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i thousand volumes of the 1968 MILEST&^E cofcfe not completely recaptur^fe 
ivents, the people, the moods of 1967-68. This is what we thinj^this is what 

we believe; this is what wjtjiould Ukeltyou to consider. 




Collectively, we were the stu- 
dent body of Eastern Kentucky 
University— not a very rebellious 
mass, but one engulfed in tradi- 
tional rituals sadly tinged with, 
apathy. We were a society of 
conformists and a few dissenters 
meshed together; we were like 
a giant patchwork quilt being 
pulled in one direction, then an- 
other, trying to discover a way. 
We were convincing ourselves, 
and others, that we were where 
we belonged and that we be- 
longed where we were. 





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Searching focused our energies. We took new direction 
from our previous apparent aimlessness; we began to 
question, began to affirm, and more importantly, began 
to deny. We were emerging as individuals unto our- 
selves. We were no longer intellectually bound— not 
quite, but becoming, free. 











Sundered from its shell, Individualism, rein- 
forced with a distinct set of inherent talents, 
gradually unfolded. Often, without con- 
sciously trying, we found ourselves, mirrored 
in the endeavors to which we gave most 

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wilderness, seeking to conquer social and intellectual 

frontiers which challenged us to find answers. 





But in the midst of anxiety and un- 
rest, native constants serenely invited 
us to reflect, reevaluate, and 
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1968 MILESTONE volume 45 

Eastern Kentucky University/ Richmond, Kentucky 



• MARSHA WEBSTER, RICHARD EADS / Co-Editors 
JOYCE HARVILLE / Managing Editor 
WILMA ASBURY / Assistant Editor 
JOHN BRASSF1ELD / Business Manager 



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OVERVIEW ... 1 



HAPPENING 
Ray Deaton 

ACADEMICS 
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HONORS ...214 
Stephanie McKinney 
Gene Gray 



ORGANIZATIONS ... 244 
Nancy Staggs 






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ATHLETICS ... 332 


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Pat Lynch 




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INDEX ... 457 


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They call it 

Orientation Week. I felt uneasy, 

misplaced. Roaming the campus, I 

discovered student guides singing on the 

University Plaza. I added my voice and 

strings to the group; the next thing I knew, 

I was auditioning for the Freshman Talent 

Show. I watched part of the Powder Puff 

Game. But I never really liked football. 







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day, brimming with fall crispness. 

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late, as usual. I and my 14,999 

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are reluctant to relinquish 
the injustice of certain 
ritualistic traditions, are 
unable to share a "mind- 
stretching" hour with an 
aware professor, or, are 
concerned with their student 
publications only when they 
need a ride home. 



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clean; it smelts of spilled beer, stale cologne, cigarette smoke. 
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He disciplines random, movement, thereby 

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Vteac/e. He is the true prophet of our existence. 





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A rollicking Mississippi 
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A pure artistic expression, whether it be the classical dance 
of the Louisville Civic Ballet or the unpretentious vocal qualities 
of Josh White, is second only to a strawberry soda. 





It was warm, and dear; I was looking forward to the night, look- 
ing forward to seeing Lou Rawls and The Fifth Dimension. 
But . ... my MILESTONE section was due. I heard they were groovy. 



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Graduation? Undoubtedly, I'm pleasing my family today; militarily, 
I'm draf table; socially, I'm one pace ahead of all my old "friends" 

who dropped out; individually, I'm unprotectec 

When I'm alone at night, looking into the electric darkness 0/ 

my room, I sometimes wonder, "Was it really worth it?" 




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Governor, Regents 
Plan Eastern Growth 

Eastern was ably represented at the in- 
auguration of Judge Louie B. Nunn as the 
first Republican governor of Kentucky in 
twenty years. The Marching Maroons, 
Counterguerrilla Raiders, Pershing Rifles, 
and ROTC sponsors were participants in 
the December 12 event. 

The Board of Regents, acting on rec- 
ommendations of the University Presi- 
dent, implemented several new programs 
this year. A new combination football 
stadium and physical education plant, 
an addition to the administration build- 
ing, and two tower dormitories are now 
under construction. 

The Governor, Board of Regents, and 
President of the University combine their 
skills to make Eastern a valuable asset 
to the Commonwealth. 




ABOVE RIGHT: LOUIE B. NUNN, Governor of Kentucky. 
BELOW: BOARD OF REGENTS of the Mary K. Burner 
Home Economics Building cornerstone laying: Harry M. 
Sparks, Russell Todd, Mary K. Burner, Earle B. Combs, 
Wilson Palmer, Durham Howard. 



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ABOVE: BOARD OF REGENTS-left to Right: Harry M. Sparks, Earle B. 
Combs, Dean J. C. Powell, President Robert R. Martin, Durham Howard, 
Russell Todd, (not pictured) Sidney Clay and F. L. Dupree. 



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DR. ROBERT R. MARTIN 
President of Eastern 
Kentucky University. 




President Sets Pace At Eastern 

Always active in his position as an educational leader, 
President Robert R. Martin was this year elected to the 
Board of Directors of the American Association of State 
Colleges and Universities. 

Setting the pace with his own professional growth, Dr. 
Martin has continued to lead Eastern to greater academic 
excellence and physical expansion. New buildings include 
the Mary K. Burrier Home Economics Building, the Moore 
Science Building, and the first phase of the women's dorm- 
itory complex. The expansion of the masters degree pro- 
gram, establishment of the International Educational Pro- 
gram, and expansion of the Department of Research all 
reflect the growth in the scholastic realm. 

The office of the President of Eastern Kentucky Universi- 
ty requires that its holder be a man of vision and enter- 
prise. A mere glance at Eastern testifies that Dr. Robert R. 
Martin is just such a man. 



President Martin confers with a guest at the Chamber 
of Commerce luncheon. 



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First Families Are 
Active in Campus Life 

President and Mrs. Martin work as a team in their 
capacity as social pacesetters for Eastern. Anyone 
who has seen them at any University function re- 
alizes these are two of the most energetic people 
on campus. Interested in everything concerning 
Eastern, they never seem to lose their enthusiasm. 
Being relatively young themselves, they are able 
to share the school spirit of the student and at times 
may even rival the high-spirited freshmen. 

Interested in activities at Eastern year-round, 
President-emeritus and Mrs. William F. O'Donnell 
must certainly enjoy Homecoming weekend the 
most. Especially at this time they are able to see 
many of their former students and relive many 
happy memories of their life at Eastern. But Dr. 
and Mrs. O'Donnell are not exclusively interested 
in Eastern graduates. Today's students, too, enjoy 
their warmth and friendliness. 



RIGHT: PRESIDENT AND MRS. 
ROBERT R. MARTIN. BELOW: 
PRESIDENT-EMERITUS AND MRS. 
WILLIAM F. O'DONNELL. 





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JOHN L. VICKERS 
Executive Assistant 




Executive Assistant, Dean 
Are President's Right Hand 

Representing the President both on and off campus 
and assisting with the steady flow of visitors to the 
campus are the two major concerns of Mr. John L. 
Vickers, Executive Assistant to the President. The 
warmth and friendliness of Mr. Vickers represents 
the spirit of Eastern, as he travels around the state 
telling the Eastern Story. 

The position of Executive Dean requires a sound 
understanding of the financial system of the Uni- 
versity. The efficient way in which he compiles the 
budget and supervises the overall finances of the 
University shows that Mr. J. C. Powell is a man who 
is well qualified to fill the position. 

Both Mr. Vickers and Dean Powell are closely 
allied with the Office of the President. Working as 
a unit on many projects, these three men formulate 
and execute those plans which bring about con- 
tinual progress at Eastern. 



J. C. POWELL 
Executive Dean 



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THOMAS F. STOVALL, Vice President 
for Academic Affairs and Dean of the 
Faculties 




Academic Affairs Continues 
Expansion ; Add Two Divisions 



This year the Office of Academic Affairs saw the merger of 
the Council on Instruction and the Curriculum Committee into 
the Council on Academic Affairs. Other new developments 
within the office are the Allied Health Program and the 
International Education Program, concerned respectively with 
the coordination of University health programs and stimula- 
tion of interest in international affairs. 

Dr. Thomas F. Stovall, Vice President for Academic Affairs 
and Dean of the Faculties, works harmoniously with the 
academic officers to create the overall academic policy of 
the University. Collaborating with the dean of the five 
colleges, continuing education, and the Graduate School to 
effect instructional programs, Dean Stovall also coordinates 
their efforts with those of the Divisions of Libraries, Research, 
and Instructional Services. 







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LARUE COCANOUGHER, Dean for Con- 
tinuing Education 




LEFT: EDWARD A. DECARBO, Coordinator of International Education. 
BELOW: THOMAS D. MYERS, Coordinator of Allied Health Programs, and 
ERNEST E. WEYHRAUCH, Director of Libraries. BOTTOM: R. DEAN 
ACKER, Director of Research, and JAMES S. HARRIS, Director of Instruc- 
tional Services. 





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Office of Student Affairs 
Considers Change In Policy 



In the sometimes bewildering world of University life, 
guidance is always welcome. With the growth of East- 
ern, however, the limits of the University's supervisory 
role, the concept of in loco parentis has been ques- 
tioned. Two advisory committees, one headed by Dr. 
Henry G. Martin, Vice President for Student Affairs, 
were organized to study this situation at the beginning 
of the school term. 

The question now facing this office is just how much 
it should be involved in the affairs of the student. Should 
the student be held to standards of conduct and morality 
dictated to him from a source of which his age group is 
at best skeptical and at worst in complete opposition? 
Do the policies instigated for a small college in the 
1940's and '50's apply to a large university of the 
1960's? And shouldn't the student be allowed to help 
those of an older generation understand his needs and 
reconcile those outdated policies with the world as it is 
today? Helping the student by seeking to improve the 
system is the task of all those concerned with the Office 
of Student Affairs. 

RIGHT: HENRY G. MARTIN, Vice President for Siudeni Affairs. 
BOTTOM: LEONARD C. TAYLOR, Registrar, and CHARLES F. 
AMBROSE, Dean of Admissions. 





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LEFT: DONALD H. SMITH, Administrative Assistant for 
Student Affairs, and HERBERT S. VESCIO, Director of 
Student Financial Assistance. BELOW: PAUL SEYFRIT, Dean 
of Men. BOTTOM: MARY K. INGELS, Dean of Women. 





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Business Affairs Undergoes 
Extensive Structural Change 

Ever expanding because of the many phases of the 
University with which it is concerned, the Office of 
Business Affairs this year announced the reorganiza- 
tion of three departments. The growth of the data 
processing center has demanded that it be redesig- 
nated the Division of Data Process. 

The Division of Safety and Security was created to 
encompass the already established Security Office 
and to meet the need for increased safety and secur- 
ity for the University. 

Initiated because of the necessity for more admin- 
istrative supervision of campus services, the Division 
of Institutional Services is now responsible for the 
telephone, mail, central file, and central duplicating 
services. 

Mr. Neal Donaldson, Dean of Business Affairs, also 
announced the institution of the position of Bursar. 
Working closely with the Comptroller, the Bursar is 
concerned with all incoming revenue. 




TOP: NEAL DONALDSON, Dean of Business Affairs. ABOVE: WILLIAM 
STAPLETON, Bursar, and G. M. BROCK, Comptroller. RIGHT: JAMES T. 
MURPHY, Director of Buildings and Grounds. 




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LEFT: PATRICK RIDGLEY, Director of Data Process, and WILILAM F. 
SMITH, Director of Accounts and Budgetary Control. BELOW: 
ALDEN HATCH, Director of Housing, and BILLY LOCKRIDGE, 
Director of Safety and Security. 






LEFT: LAWRENCE O. MARTIN, Director of Food Services, and 
BILLY A. GRUBBS, Director of Purchases and Stores. ABOVE: 
SHIRLEY M. CASTLE, Director of Personnel Services. 



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Public Affairs- 
Voice of the University 



Whatever the world knows or thinks of Eastern can 
be largely attributed to the Office of Public Affairs. 
Characterized by the bustling activity of pecking 
typewriters and clanging telephones, this office 
presents the image of the University through news 
releases, magazines, and brochures. Setting a brisk 
pace is Dean Donald R. Feltner, who also serves as 
advisor to the Milestone, the student-published 
yearbook of the University. 

The office contains five divisions, News and 
Publications, University-School Relations, Place- 
ment, Development, and Alumni Affairs. These 
branches are the media through which the general 
public, high school students and administrators, 
prospective employers, and alumni are kept abreast 
of the ever-changing Eastern Story. 

RIGHT: DONALD R. FELTNER, Dean of Public Affairs 








ABOVE: DAVID M. VANCE, Director of News, and TRENT STRICKLAND, 
University Photographer. RIGHT: JAMES W. THURMAN, Director of Alumni 
Affairs, and HENRY F. PRYSE, Director of University-School Relations and 
Placement Service. 




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Central University College 




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Central University College 
Initiates Humanities Program 

Last fall one hundred freshmen were chosen to enter 
an experimental program in the area of general 
humanities. Conducted within the Central Univer- 
sity College, the two-year program proposes to help 
the student understand the peculiarly human ex- 
perience and to grasp the fundamental principles 
underlying the arts. The four courses composing the 
curriculum are an integration of literature, art, music, 
and philosophy. 

Formed primarily to provide freshmen and sopho- 
mores with basic requirement courses, Central Uni- 
versity College, through the other four under- 
graduate colleges, offers foundation courses for 
future majors and minors. Departments which 
operate within the college are Military Science, Social 
Science, and the Academic Advising Office. 



RIGHT: CLYDE LEWIS, Dean, 
Central U niversity College. 
BELOW: ALLEN DOWNS, Chair- 
man, Department of Social 
Science. 







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TOP: LYDIA FAKUNDINY, Assistant Professor of English. LEFT: 
BENTLEY HILTON, Director of Advising. ABOVE: FRANCIS DAVY, 
Professor of English. 



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RIGHT: SFC EUGENE MARTINEZ, Instructor of Military Science. 
BELOW: COL EVERETT N. SMITH, Professor of Military Science; 
MAJ PAL WRIGHT, Assistant Professor of Military Science. BOTTOM: 
The Grise Room provides enough space for largest survey classes. 




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College of Applied Arts and Technology 




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Applied Arts and Technology 
Provides Abundant Opportunity 



Running the gamut from pure art to the highly com- 
plex technology of electronics, the College of Applied 
Arts and Technology presents an opportunity for the 
development of many interests. A delicate touch backed 
by controlled strength represents the effort that must 
be made to master the techniques of these fields of 
study. 

Serving Eastern students and residents of an eighteen- 
county area in Kentucky, the Kentucky School of Crafts 
molds artistic skills and enhances the handicrafts that 
have been practiced over the years in Kentucky. School 
children are taught simple skills which may later become 
a more mature interest in art. Skilled craftsmen are 
encouraged to expand their abilities, enriching both 
our culture and their own lives. 

Including technology, science, administration, and 
art, the Agriculture Department delves into all phases 
of agriculture from farm management to landscaping. 
Although designed primarily for agriculture majors, 
this department also offers courses helpful to the ama- 
teur farmer who raises a small garden or the home- 
owner who wants to learn how to landscape his lawn. 



ABOVE: DR. JOHN D. ROWLETT, Dean, College of Applied Arts 
and Technology. RIGHT: CURTIS D. HULTEEN, Assistant Professor of 
Traffic Safety. BELOW: KENNETH S. HANSON, Chairman, Kentucky 
School of Crafts. 






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LEFT: WILLIAM A. HOUSEHOLDER, Chairman, Department 
culture. BELOW: ROBERT W. POSEY, Director, School of 
forcement. BOTTOM: SAM E. WHITAKER, Instructor of Ag 



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Industrial Education and Technology- 



RIGHT: WARREN L. LEFFARD, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Industrial Edu- 
cation. BELOW: WILLIAM E. SWIN- 
FORD, Assistant Professor of Indus- 
trial Art. 




Providing highly specialized training and a broad 
general education, the Department of Law Enforcement 
offers special emphasis in general law enforcement, 
juvenile corrections, and industrial security. Now plan- 
ning to expand its program to in-service training for 
employees at two Kentucky prisons, the School of Law 
Enforcement is able to provide such services under a 
grant from the U.S. Office of Law Enforcement Edu- 
cation. Eastern was the first university in the nation 
to establish a School of Law Enforcement under the 
Law Enforcement Act of 1965 and is the only uni- 
versity to have received three grants under this act. 

Spanning the field of industrial pursuits, the Depart- 
ments of Industrial Education and Industrial Technology 
prepare students for both teaching and industrial posi- 
tions. The Department of Industrial Education offers 
an associate, a baccalaureate, and emphasis for a 
Master of Arts degree programs. Considered one of 
the better programs of industrial education in the 
nation, the faculty and equipment are well above 
average. 

Preparing students for technical occupations, the 
Department of Industrial Technology offers a major 
with emphasis in either drafting, electricity-electronics, 
metals, or graphic arts. 




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TOP: JAMES S. WAY, Instructor of Industrial Technology. 
LEFT: THOMAS E. MYERS, Assistant Professor of Industrial 
Arts. ABOVE: GEORGE BROWN, Assistant Professor of Indus- 
trial Arts. 



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Nursing Graduates First Class; 
Home Economics Adds Dietetics 



The art of quelling fears and bringing comfort; the 
technology of operating modern lifesaving medical 
equipment— the combination produces a vision of white- 
ness equipped with nerves of steel and warm under- 
standing of the most enduring human emotions. The 
aim of the Department of Nursing is to create this 
vision from those young women who enter its domain. 
Through a combined program of classroom study and 
actual hospital experience, a well-rounded education 
is achieved. 

Fostering the development of a four-year program 
in dietetics, the Home Economics Department continues 
to expand into many specialized areas. The Dietetics 
Department will provide a curriculum similar to that 
of regular home economics, but with a greater emphasis 
on science. Graduates of the Home Economics De- 
partment may be qualified to teach secondary voca- 
tional home economics or to secure positions in re- 
search or other fields now open to the home economics 
major with a liberal background. 




ABOVE: MARION FSERGE, Instructor of Nursing. BELOW: /ON, 
M. PETTENGILL, Instructor of Nursing, and CHARLOTTE DENNY 
Chairman, Department of Nursing. 




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TOP: MARTHA 8. DAVIDSON, Instructor of Home Economics. LEFT: 
VEVA BUCHHOLZ, Assistant Professor of Home Economics. ABOVE: 
MARY CARROLL, Assistant Professor of Home Economics. 



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Comp/ex machinery is made simple and easy 
through teaching and experience. 




Applied Arts and Technology Seniors 




CAROL ANN ABNEY, Berea 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Alpha Pi Kap 

Collegiate Pentacle; SNEA. 

HAROLD DUDLEY ANDERSON, Perryville 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club. 

JAMES WILLIAM ANGEL, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Alpha Chi Iota,- Scabbard and Bla 

Inter-Dorm Council; Industrial Education Club. 

RILEY R. ARNOLD, Paducah 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

WILMA ELSIE ASBURY, Monticello 
B.S. Home Economics. MILESTONE, Assistant Editor; Colleg 
Pentacle; Kappa Delta Pi; CWENS; Alpha Phi Gamma; H 
Economics Club; Young Republicans. 

PHYLLIS LYNN BALLOU, Corbin 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club. 



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DUANE LEE BELCHER, Danville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 



HAZEL MAE BRANDENBURG, Clay City 
B.S. Home Economics. 



LINDA RUTH BROWN, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics. Pi Alpha Theta; KYMA. 

SHARON SUE BURCHETT, Winchester 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club. 



DAVID LEE BUTCHER, Falmouth 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Secretary, Treasurer; 

Young Republicans; SNEA. 



CHARLOTTE CALLIHAN, Pineville 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; KYMA; Delta Theta Pi. 



JAMES CLARE CANFIELD, Sarasota, Florida 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; SNEA; Circle K. 



GOLDIE PATRICK CARPENTER, Williamsburg 
B.S. Home Economics. 



JIMMIE L. CARTER, Harlan 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Younq Republicans- 

YWCA. 





JAMES B. CAYWOOD,JR., Paris 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 



RUPHENIA SUE COMBS, Hazard 
B.S. Industrial Education. ACE. 



WILLIAM DAVID CRANE, JR., Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Sigma Chi Delta; Circle K, Treasurer; 

YMCA, Treasurer; Industrial Arts Club; Shelby County Club; SNEA. 

JAMES CLAYTON CROUCH, Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club, President- 

AUSA; Shelby County Club. 

DONALD DENNIS CULVER, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Circle K; Camera Club. 

LINDA LOU DANDO, Liberty 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; WRA. 



BARBARA MARIE DAVIS, Louisville 

B.S. Dietetics. Newman Club; Home Economics Club. 



DWIGHT E. DEAN, Tinsley 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 



CHARLES ANDREW DOLL, Spring House, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Industrial Education. Wrestling; Inter-Dorm Council; Industrial 

Arts Club. 



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FOSTER WAYNE HARRIS, Harrison, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. Football. 



JAMES H. HELM, JR., Burgin 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, Secretary. 



GARY DAVID HILL, Falmouth 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 



SUSAN BLAINE IRISH, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Secretary. 



JANICE CHARLEEN JACKSON, West Union, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Secretary. 



DANNY J. JEFFRIES, Liberty 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 



DOUGLAS JENKINS, Wayland 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 



PATRICK HENRY KILROY, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Newman Club; Veterans Club; Physics 
Club; Industrial Education Club; Future Engineers of Kentucky, 
Secretary; Inter-Dorm Council; Student Council. 



JAMES DARRELL KLABER, Falmouth 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club; Young Republicans. 



PATRICIA ANN EARLE, Berry 
B.S. Dietetics. 

ROBERT RALPH FITZPATRICK, JR., Covington 

B.S. Industrial Education. SNEA; Industrial Arts Club. 



DEVONDA SUE FLOWERS, Albany 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; YWCA; SNEA. 



JOYCE FAYE FOX, Bybee 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club. 



RONALD CHENONETH GORSKY, Asbury Park, New Jersey 
B.S. Industrial Education. SNEA, Vice President; Industrial Arts 
Club; KYMA; Young Democrats; Inter-Dorm Council; Fencing 
Club; Cave Explorers Club; Canterbury Club; Student Council. 

FRANCES KAY GOSSER, Somerset 

B.S. Home Economics. Pulaski County Club; Home Economics Club; 

Young Republicans. 

WILSON DAILY GROSS, Guerrant 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

DARRELL HALCOMB, Whitesburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; 

Industrial Education Club. 



GEORGE ROBERT HARLOW, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club; Beta Omicron Chi. 



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FIELD WAYNE LITER, Bedford 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club. 

CHARLES R. LYONS, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

JAMES H. McGOWAN, Pataskala, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Kappa Delta Pi, President; Industrial 

Arts Club. 

CHARLES DARRELL McQUEEN, Bond 

B.S. Industrial Education. SNEA; Industrial Education Club; Jack- 
son County Club. 

WILLARD DOUGLAS MARSHALL, Pineville 

B.S. Industrial Technology and Mathematics. Inter-Dorm Council; 

Photo Club. 

FRANCES A. MARTIN, Covington 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Vice President- 

YWCA. 





SENIORS 



Greenhouse experiments enhance Agriculture curriculur 




JUDITH TARKINGTON MOORE, Parksville 
B.S. Home Economics. 



JAMES M. MOREILLON, New Albany, Indiana 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 



DOROTHY CAUSEY OGLESBY, Miami, Florida 

B.S. Home Economics. SNEA; Home Economics Club. 

JANE ALBRE PACE, Dizney 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Young Republi- 
cans; SNEA; BSU. 



LOU O. PIECZONKA, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Baseball; "E" Club; Industrial Educa- 
tion Club; Young Republicans; Beta Omicron Chi; HPER. 

DANIEL WILLIAM RESCH, West Liberty 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club. 



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J. BARRY RIETZE, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Circle K, Secretary; Young Republi- 
cans; Industrial Education Club. 

JOSEPH DAVID RILEY, Mount Sterling 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

RUTH RISNER, Pineville 

B.S. Home Economics. Collegiate Pentacle; Home Economics 

Club; YWCA. 

DONNA STAFFORD ROUSEY, Liberty 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; SNEA; KYMA. 

SANDRA JEANNE ROY, Stillwater, New Jersey 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, President; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle. 

SHARON ANN SCHMIDT, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; SNEA. 

ELBERT FRANK SEALE, JR., Norton, Virginia 

B.S. Industrial Education. SNEA; Industrial Education Club; Sig- 
ma Chi Delta. 

PATRICIA SEXTON, Whitesburg 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Secretary; Young 

Democrats. 

JAMES E. SIMPSON, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club; OAK. 



Eastern First With Law Enforcement 



Law enforcement program improves Kentucky police. 




BENNY JOE SIAWTER, Middleport, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; Circle K. 



JOYCE LONG SMITH, Richmond 
B.S. Home Economics. 



ROBERT LEWIS SMITH, Manchester 

B.S. Industrial Education. Young Republicans; Industrial Arts 

Club. 



RALPH DAVID SPILLMAN, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 



BONNIE SUE STEINHAUER, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Home Economics. SNEA; Home Economics Club. 



THEODORE ALBERT STUBER, JR., Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 





Farm chores become easy with modern equipment. 




FRED MORRIS TANKERSLEY, Lexington 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



JANET FAYE THOMPSON, Wheatley 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club. 



ELIZABETH ANN TURNER, Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; YWCA. 

NANCY KAY WAITS, Nicholasville 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club. 



GEORGE EDWARD WYATT, Berea 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Circle K, Vice President; Student 

Council; Interfaith Council; Westminster Fellowship. 

NANCY JORDAN ZIELKE, Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Fayette County 

Club. 



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ASSOCIATE of ARTS 



DONA DECKER BARKMAN, Lexington 

A. A. Nursing. Nursing Club; Newman Club; Young Republicans; 

Caduceus Club. 

CAROL LYNN BOCK 

A.A. Nursing. Nursing Club. 

SANDRA LEE BRENT, Carroilton 
A.A. Nursing. 

CLYDE EVANS CARTER, Monticello 
A.A. Industrial Technology. 

JUNE ESTHER CLAYTON, Cynthiana 

A.A. Nursing. Caduceus Club; Nursing Club. 

JAMES M. DAUSE, Russell Springs 

A.A. Agricultural Mechanization. Agriculture Club, Vice President. 

PAULINE GIBSON, Bronston 

A.A. Nursing. Nursing Club; Young Democrats; Pulaski County 

Club. 

JOAN GAIL HUTSON, Paris 

A.A. Nursing. Nursing Club; Caduceus Club; Newman Club. 

MARGARET LYNN KENLEY, Cynthiana 
A. A. Nursing. 



DAVID KINCAID, Versailles 

A.A. Drafting Technology. Industrial Education Club. 



LUANE RUTH LEGORE, Corbin 
A.A. Nursing. Nursing Club. 



JANAS MILLS, Independence 
A.A. Nursing. 



EUGENE ALVIN MORSE, Shelbyville 

A.A. Agriculture Mechanization. Shelby County Club. 



LINDA IOVINO NEWMAN, Richmond 
A.A. Nursing. 



DENNIS RAY RICE, Cynthiana 
A.A. Industrial Technology. 



BARBARA SUE SHEPHERD, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing. Nursing Club, Secretary; Caduceus Club. 



LUCY ANN SLADE, Cynthiana 

A.A. Nursing. Caduceus Club; YWA; Young Republicans. 

JERRY LEE WELLS, Richmond 

A.A. Drafting Technology. Industrial Education Club. 



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College of Arts and Sciences 







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Arts and Sciences 
Enlarges Program 

Encompassing a wide range of study, the College 
of Arts and Sciences offers courses toward majors 
in many fields and liberal arts background for 
many others. Masters of Arts or Science are now 
offered in English, history, biology, and, next year, 
in chemistry. Bachelors degrees are offered in 19 
fields and minors may be taken in five others. 
Striving to accommodate as many interests as pos- 
sible, the College of Arts and Sciences each year 
adds new courses and approaches, as well as 
upgrading faculty, materials, and quality of 
instruction. 

Increasing the number of courses offered, the 
Department of Speech has begun to train students 
for speech therapy and radio and television 
careers. With the advent of Eastern's own FM 
radio station, more practical experience can be 
gained by the student with such interests. 

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ABOVE RIGHT: FREDERIC D. OGDEN, Dean, College of Aris and 
Sciences. ABOVE: URSEL D. BOYD, Associate Professor of Foreign 
languages. RIGHT: PETER SCHNEIDER, Instructor of Speech. 




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TOP LEFT: CHARLES NELSON, Chairman, Department of Foreign 
Languages. TOP RIGHT: ROBERT LADD, Associate Professor of 
Foreign Languages. LEFT: ALLEN BROCK, Assistant Professor of 
English. ABOVE: ROBERT BURKHARDT, Assistant Professor of 
English. 



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Languages Instruct In 
Grammar and Literature 

Encouraging curiosity in literature from classical 
to modern, the English Department also presents 
courses dealing with grammar, semantics, and the 
origin and development of the English language. 
Poetry has always been the emotional and intel- 
lectual avenue of the aesthetic soul and with each 
generation it has changed both in form and con- 
tent. All phases may be quarried in the courses 
in the English Department. 

Engendering a knowledge of languages, socie- 
ties, and cultures other than our own, the Foreign 
Language Department provides courses in four 
major modern languages and in Greek and Latin. 
This department encourages the foreign film pro- 
gram, along with its interest in international edu- 
cation. 

The great need for social workers in our society 
has prompted the Sociology Department to orient 

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ABOVE RIGHT: BEN STARK, Associate Professor of Sociology. 
ABOVE: J. MURRAY WALKER, Assistant Professor of Anthropology 
and Sociology. RIGHT: PEGGY S. WEBB, Assistant Professor of 
Sociology. 



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TOP LEFT: ROBERT E. STEBBINS, Associate Professor of History 
TOP RIGHT: KEITH W. ALG1ER, Assistant Professor of History. LEFT: 
WILLIAM H. BERGE, Associate Professor of History. ABOVE: 
DWYNAL B. PETTENGILL, Chairman, Department of Political Science. 



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Political Science 
Joins Frankfort Program 

itself toward training students for this field. In order 
to promote the formation of a well-rounded investi- 
gator, methods of recognizing, analyzing, and resolv- 
ing social problems are basic components of the 
course of study. 

Using graduate students as teaching assistants, the 
History Department is now able to make greater use 
of the specific abilities of its highly qualified faculty. 
Because of the large number of courses now available, 
students may specialize in an area and question vari- 
ous interpretations of history. 

Attempting to train students for their role in the 
political process, the Department of Political Science 
affords study in both the domestic and international 
realm. In cooperation with Kentucky state government 
and Kentucky State College, the Frankfort Program 
was initiated this year. In this program a student 
spends part of his time in classwork and the remainder 
participating in the actual functions of state govern- 
ment at the State capital. 

To understand the ancients and question great 
truths, the Philosophy Department invites students to 
explore the world of philosophy and perhaps add to 
it. To accept and reject on the basis of knowledge 
gained through insight and to impart an attitude of 
scholarly reflection, students learn to digest the whole 
of a philosophy, know its parts, acknowledge its flaws, 
and evaluate its conclusions. 




TOP: SE JIN KIM, Associate Professor of Political Science. 
ABOVE: RODGER S. GUNN, Assistant Professor of Political 
Science. 



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E£»i ° C - SCHO «»NG, /nsfrucfor of /»Mo5ophy 

BELOW: PATOC/A L MELODY, Instructor of Speech and 
Dromo. BELOW LEFT: WADE E. MARLETTE, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Philosophy. 








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ABOVE: RON R. BANDY, Instructor of Art. RIGHT: HAROLD R/GBY, 
Assistant Professor of Music. BELOW RIGHT: STUART A. CARLSON, 
Instructor of Art. 

Arts Afford Students 
New World of Appreciation 

Performing arts are given a wide field of expression 
through the Department of Drama. Students become 
actors, directors, costumers, make-up artists, and stage 
and lighting technicians in their search for creative 
expression. 

Working with paint, clay, metal or any number of 
materials, the art student creates the visible from the 
emotional. The Art Department provides the atmosphere 
and guidance for helping students bring forth their best 
talents. 

Appreciating a concert, playing an instrument, or 
conducting an orchestra, music pervades the lives of 
many. Through the Department of Music, talented 
musicians expand their abilities, while other students 
become familiar with great works of music in appre- 
ciation class. Contributing to cultural events on campus, 
the Music Department each year presents many con- 
certs and recitals. The annual presentation of Handel's 
Messiah is one of the high points of the year. 





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Biology Offers Masters; 
Chemistry Moves to Moore 

Biological studies have become more centered on 
individual research and investigation since the 
institution of the Master of Science in biology. 
Providing information in the controversial Red 
River Dam project, members of the Biology Depart- 
ment conducted studies of the species of life there 
and the possibility of adapting them to a new 
habitat when the project is completed. 

Preparing chemists for industry and education, 
the Chemistry Department emphasizes the ability 
to use modern laboratory equipment which is now 
available in the new Moore Science Building. Gen- 
eral chemistry courses required for other majors 
are presented to give the student an overview of 
the theory and practice of chemistry. Special 
classes of chemistry have been established in 

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RIGHT: DONALD L. BATCH, Associate Professor of Biology. 
BELOW: MORRIS D. TAYLOR, Associate Professor of Chemistry. 






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TOP: JOHN MEISENHEIMER, Associate Professor of Chemistry. 
LEFT: RALPH J. THOMPSON, Associate Professor of Chemistry; 
ERNEST E. BYRN, Chairman, Department of Chemistry. ABOVE: 
EARL E. SEXTON, Instructor of Physics. 



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Physics, Mathematics 
Teach Modern Concepts 

cooperation with the Department of Nursing to meet 
their specific needs. 

The Physics Department, in keeping with new scien- 
tific developments, is increasing its emphasis on nuclear 
and radioactive laboratory experience. Physics majors 
are encouraged to enlarge their grasp of other fields 
to which physics may be applied and the inevitable 
mathematics which is an integral part of physics. 

Introducing modern mathematics to the general 
public is the responsibility of the mathematics teacher. 
Toward this end, the Department of Mathematics has 
developed such courses for both the elementary and 
high school teacher and has oriented its curriculum 
to accept this approach as a norm. Courses dealing 
with theory and older approaches are ever-present 
and valuable. 

The Departments of Geography and Geology are 
concerned with the environment, topography, and sub- 
terrain of the earth. Climatology and cartography 
laboratories give geography the facilities for predict- 
ing and studying the weather and for producing high 
quality maps. Earth samples may be more effectively 
studied in the now larger geology laboratories. 




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ABOVE RIGHT: TED M. GEORGE, Chairman, Department of Physics. 
ABOVE: KARL KUHN, Instructor of Physics. RIGHT: LYNN F. 
HOUSTON, Instructor of Mathematics. 





TOP LEFT: ALVIN G. McGLASSON, Associate Professor of Mathe- 
matics. LEFT: THOMAS F. HIGGINBOTHAM, Instructor of Mathe- 
matics. ABOVE: PHILIP W. BRASHEAR, Instructor of Mathematics 



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RIGHT: GRAHAM H. HUNT, Associate Professor of 
Geography and Geology. BELOW: VERA V. RAL- 
EIGH, Associate Professor of Geography. BELOW 
RIGHT: PERRY B. WIGLEY, Assistant Professor of 
Geology. 





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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Ruth Thornton, Secretary; Wayne Glass, Treasurer; Libby Stultz, Student Council; Jerry Stewart, President; 
Tom Binford, Student Council; Nancy Lewis, Reporter; Ted Marshall, Vice President. 



Arts and Sciences Seniors 



PATRICIA LYNN ABNEY, Miamisburg, Ohio 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Canterbury Club; Belles Lettres, Assist- 
ant Editor; Kappa Kappa Sigma; Women's Interdorm Council; 
Young Republicans. 

RUSSELL LEO ADKINS, JR., Jenkins 
A.B. Political Science. 

JAMES MAURICE AITKINS, Flemingsburg 
B.S. Biology. Gamma Delta Tau, Secretary. 

FARAMARZ FRED ALAXI, Tehran, Iran 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 

DARLA J. ALGIE, Fort Thomas 

A.B. Speech and Drama. ROTC Sponsor; Newman Club; Young 

Democrats. 

CHERYL MARIE ALLEN, Florence 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Young Democrats. 




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DAVID LEE ALLEN. Norwood. Ohio 

A.B. English and Russian. OAK, Secretary; Appalachian Volun- 
teers; Ciruna. 

SUZANNE CAROL ANKRUM, Lexington 

A.B. Drama. Collegiate Pentacle, Cartoonist; Alpha Psi Omega, 

President; Little Theatre, President; Canterbury Club; Aurora. 

JOE FRANKLIN ARTERBERRY, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry. Pershing Rifles; OAK; KIE; 
AUSA; Scabbard and Blade; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Class, Presi- 
dent; Who's Who; Brigade Commander, 1967. 

SANDRA ASBURY, Cynthiana 
A.B. History. History Club. 

DAVID ASHER, Beverly 

A.B. Political Science. Counterguerrilla Raiders, Young Republi- 
cans. 

GAYLE THOMAS BAILEY, Lexington 

B.S. Chemistry. Beta Omicron Chi, President. 



PATRICIA BAKER, Harrodsburg 

A.B. English. BSU; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Canterbury Club; 

Messiah; SNEA. 

RON L. BAKER, Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. Chemistry. Men's Interdorm Council, President; Student 

Council, Treasurer; Pulaski County Club, President; Sigma Chi 

Delta. 

ALAN ROMANS BALDWIN, Hopkinsville 

A.B. Political Science. Polity Society; Interdorm Council; KIE, 

Treasurer; OAK, Secretary; Scabbard and Blade, DMS. 



C. ANN BARKER, Majestic 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa 

Alpha; Alpha Zeta Kappa, Secretary; Debate Team. 

CHERYL ANN BASCOM, Aurora, Indiana 
A.B. History. 

GARY ALAN BASSETT, Winston Park 
A.B. History. Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

GARY EDWARD BASTIN, Somerset 
B.S. Biology and Chemistry. 

LINDA LEE BENNETT, Louisville 
A.B. French and Russian. SNEA. 

KENNETH MICHAEL BENTLEY, Whitesburg 
A.B. Sociology. 

THOMAS RAY BINFORD, Versailles 
A.B. Political Science. Alpha Chi lota. 

MARVIN EDWIN BISHOP, Falmouth 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Caduceus Club; OAK. 

PATRICIA JEAN BLACK, Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics, Milestone; KYMA; CWENS. 





ROBERTA REECE BLACKWELL, Edmonton 
A.B. Art. KYMA. 



DONALD BLAIR, Warsaw, Indiana 
A.B. French. KYMA; Circle K. 



RUTH ELIZABETH BOLEY, Covington 
B.S. Mathematics. Marching Band. 

THOMAS HOWARD BONNY, Irvine 

A.B. Music. Phi Mu Alpha; Young Republicans; Young Demo- 
crats; Messiah; SNEA. 



SUE VERALYN BOOTH, Beattyville 

A.B. Art. Student Court; Young Democrats; SNEA; Kappa Pi. 

JAMES G. BOYD, Camden, Ohio 

B.M. Ed. Music Education. Band; Choir; Orchestra; Phi Mu Alp- 
ha; MENC; SNEA; BSU; Messiah. 



DANNY STUEBING BRACKETT, Winchester 

A.B. English. KYMA; SNEA; BSU; Young Democrats; Glee Club; 

Canterbury Club; Psychology Club. 

CATHY ANN BRICKLER, Alexandria 
B.S. Mathematics. Math Club; KYMA. 



MARGARET RUTH BROCK, Alexandria 
B.S. Mathematics. Polymathologists Club. 



MEAD ALEXANDER BRODRICK, Mount Holly, New Jersey 
A.B. Sociology. Young Republicans. 



HERBIE BROWN, Lebanon, Virginia 

A.B. Political Science. World Affairs Club; KYMA. 



LYNDA ALAN BROWN, LaGrange 
A.B. Social Science. 




Most senior business is conducted at sparsely attended class meetings. 




SENIORS 



KATHLEEN MILDRED BRYAN, Lexington 

A.B. Art. Class Reporter; Fayette County Club. 



RALPH THOMAS BRYAN, Frankfort 
A.B. Art. 



JAMES LAWRENCE BULLOCK, Mount Vernon 
A.B. Art. 



CONNIE JANE BUNTAIN, Frankfort 

A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta,- SNEA; Young Democrats. 



ANN ARTHUR BURNETTE, Maysville 
A.B. Spanish. MILESTONE 



MICHAEL ROBERT BURNS, Cold Spring 
A.B. Sociology. SNEA. 





DENNIS J. BURROWS, Bedford 

A.B. English. Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, President; 

OAK; Alpha Chi Lambda; KIE; Debate Club; English Canterbury 

Club. 

LESLIE ERNEST BUTLER, Willisburg 

B.S. Physics. Scabbard and Blade; AUSA; Physics Club, President; 

Polymathologist Club; Washington Country Club. 

JUDITH CAROL CABLE, Richmond 

A.B. Music. Delta Omicron, President; MENC. 

NINOSTA E. CABREJOS, Lima, Peru 

A.B. Political Science. Burnam Hall, Social Chairman; Newman 

Club; Young Democrats. 

ROBERT JOHN CAIRNS, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 
A.B. History. Beta Omicron Chi, Vice President. 

CHARLES RAY CARPENTER, Florence 

A.B. Music. Band; Karate Club; Men's Glee Club. 

JOYCE ANN CARROLL, Nicholasville 

A.B. English. Baptist Student Union; Chamber Choir; Concert 

Choir; Canterbury Club. 

JOAN LUCKEY CARTER, Covington 
A.B. Social Science. SNEA. 

PEGGY JEAN CASTLE, Wabash, Indiana 

A.B. Political Science. MILESTONE, Section Editor; Polity Society, 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

CONNIE SUE CECIL, Salyersville 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi. 

CYNTHIA C. CERICOLA, Easton, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Sorority Council; Pi Alpha Theta, Vice 

President; Newman Club; Debate Club; Debate Team. 

DAVID WILLIAM CHASE, Bellevue 

B.S. Mathematics. Baptist Student Union; OAK; Messiah; Choir; 

Freshman Class, Vice President. 



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Pershing Rifles rally their spirit to back the Colonels. 



Winning Football Season Brightens Seniors Final Games 




CHARLES LANCE CHURCHILL, Lexington 

B.S. Chemistry and Biology. Pershing Rifles; Newman Club; Ca- 

duceus Club. 

DONNA ELIZABETH CLAUSING, Bellbrook, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science. Student Council; Polity Society; Young 

Republicans; Wesley Foundation; Messiah. 

JUDY ANN CLAY, Middletown, Ohio 

A.B. English. Appalachian Volunteers, Secretary-Treasurer; 

YWCA; SNEA; Canterbury Club; Polymathologists; Young 

Republicans. 

RAYMOND EDWARD CLAY, Winchester 

A.B. Sociolgy, Student Council; Behavioral Science Symposium. 

PAMELA COLLINS, Prestonsburg 

A.B. Sociology. Young Republicans; Karate Club; Psychology 

Club. 

JERRY T. COMPTON, Phelps 
A.B. History. Pike County Club. 

CONLEY COLE CONGLETON, Richmond 
A.B. Political Science. Scabbard and Blade. 

CRAIG BREWER CONGLETON, Richmond 

A.B. Art. Kappa Pi; Sigma Chi Delta; YMCA, Vice President. 

THOMAS EDWARD CONRAD, Falmouth 

B.S. Mathematics. Sigma Chi Delta; Counterguerrilla Raiders; 

AUSA; YMCA; Scabbard and Blade. 

LINDA SUE COUCH, Jeff 
A.B. Social Science. 

WANDA LEE COX, Shepherdsville 
A.B. Sociology. Delta Theta Pi; KYMA. 

BRENDA DRYDEN CRAIG, Mayslick 

A.B. Sociology. SNEA; Young Republicans. 



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SENIORS 




THOMAS ROY CRAWFORD, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. 

WILLIS CLARK CUNNAGIN, Richmond 
A.B. History and Political Science. 

GREGORY ZECH DAVIS, Richmond 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Caduceus Club, Vice President; Stu- 
dent Council. 

JEANNE ANN DAVIS, Somerset 
A.B. Art. 

JANE ANDERSON DEAN, Pleasureville 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Henry County Club; Young De- 
mocrats; SNEA. 

CHARLES RAYMOND DEATON, Newport 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Little Theatre, Treasurer; MILESTONE, 

Section Editor; Alpha Psi Omega; Canterbury Club. 



GERRIT ARTHUR DEJAGER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club. 

MELINDA A. DELL'ITALIA, West Orange, New Jersey 

A.B. Speech. Pi Alpha Theta; Drama Club; Alpha Zeta Kappa. 

RICHARD DANIEL DERRY, Louisville 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Concert Band; Orchestra; MENC. 



CAROLE ANNE DESCOMBES, Springfield, Ohio 
A.B. French. SNEA. 



THOMAS LAURENCE DETWILER, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 
A.B. History. 

THOMAS ELMOND DIXON, Ashland 
A.B. Political Science. 



MARY ANNE DOEL, Dayton 

A.B. Spanish. MILESTONE; PROGRESS; Little Theatre. 



BILLY J. DONOVAN, Cynthiana 

A.B. Sociology. Young Republicans; PROGRESS. 

CLYDE H. DOTSON, Belfry 
A.B. Geography and Geology. 



JAMES MAURICE DRAKE II, Berea 

A.B. Political Science. Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; 

AUSA. 



CHARLES LAMAR DUNN, Louisville 

A.B. English. PROGRESS; SNEA; Young Democrats; Canter- 
bury Club; Psychology Club. 

ROBERT EARL DURHAM, Louisville 

A.B. Geography. HPER; Young Republicans; SNEA. 




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RICHARD LEWIS DYER, Elmhurst, Illinois 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Alpha Kappa Pi, President. 



JAMES KINNEY DYKE, Worthington, Ohio 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. OAK; KIE: MENC. 



M. ANNETTE DYKE, Bethelridge 

A.B. Music. Delta Omicron Alpha; MENC. 

RICHARD STIPP EADS, Paris 

B.S. Chemistry. MILESTONE, Co-Editor; Young Democrats; OAK; 

Alpha Phi Gamma. 



WILLENA JEAN EATON, Winchester 

A.B. Art. Kappa Delta Tau: ROTC Sponsor; Alpha Pi Kappa. 



HOLLY ANN EDMONDS, Lexington 
A.B. French. 



JAMES JULIAN ELLINGTON, Lexington 
A.B. Geography and Geology. 

DENNIS RAY ELLIS, Constance 

A.B. Social Science. YMCA; Sigma Chi Delta; SNEA. 

PHYLLIS HOPE ENGLEMAN, Indianapolis, Indiana 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Wesley Foundation; ACE. 



ROGER GERALD EWING, Boston 

B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club; YMCA; Student Council; OAK. 



ALLAN FIRST, Fort Thomas 
A.B. History. 

ELLEN MAE FOSTER, Wurtland 

A.B. Social Science. Kappa Delta Tau; Young Democrats; SNEA. 

PERRY ELWOOD FOWLER, Louisville 

B.S. Geology. Gamma Delta Tau, President. 

LINDA KRESS FRANCIS, Leetonia, Ohio 

A.B. Art. Kappa Pi; Art Club; Young Republicans. 

CHARLES LEWIS FRAZIER, Barbourville 
A.B. Sociology. 



SHERRYL ANNE FREY, Lexington 

A.B. Sociology. Fayette County Club; Young Republicans. 



JENNIFER LOU FRIEND, Pikeville 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Pike County Club; Young Democrats. 



AICHAEL DREW FRISBY, Junction City 
VB. History. 




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CLARK WAYNE FULLER, Whitehall, Ohio 

A.B. Geography and Geology. Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

CAROLYN SUE GABBARD, Winchester 

A.B. English and German. Canterbury Club; SNEA. 



SHARON SUE GABBY, Lexington 

A.B. History. CWENS; Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle, Vice 

President. 



JAMES ROBY GAMBILL, Paintsville 
A.B. Geography. 

CHARLOTTE FAYE GARNER, Monticello 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; KYMA. 



RONALD GENE GIBSON, Louisville 
A.B. Sociology. 





PATRICIA ALICE GILBERT, Utica, Ohio 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Delta Omicron; MENC. 

WAYNE EDWARD GLASS, Florence 

A.B. English and History. Sigma Chi Delta; Young Republicans; 
AUSA; Scabbard and Blade; SNEA; YMCA, President; Student 
Court; Student Council; Senior Class, Treasurer; Junior Class Of- 
ficer; Sophomore Class Officer. 

JAMES EDWARD GRACEY, Dayton, Ohio 
A.B. Geography. 

EMIL JOSEPH GRAHAM, Homestead, Florida 
B.S. Biology. 

LUTHER EUGENE GRAY, Paris 

A.B. Political Science. Alpha Zeta Kappa, President and Vice 
President; MILESTONE; Polity Society; Ciruna; OAK; KIE; Stu- 
dent Court. 

ROBERT EDWARD GREGG, JR., Williamstown 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. 

BRENDA SUE GRIFFIN, Eubank 
A.B. History. SNEA. 

CAREY A. GUESS, Louisville 
B.S. Chemistry. 

MARION JACK HACKER, London 
A.B. Geography. 

BRUCE ALAN HALE, London 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Caduceus Club. 

ROBERT ALLAN HALL, Hebron, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. 

SARAH FRANCES HAMILTON, Lexington 
A.B. Art. 



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CHERYLE ANNE HAMMONDS, Vicco 
A.B. English. 



THOMAS STEELE HARKLEROAD, London 
A.B. Social Science. 



ANNA FRANCES HARRIS, Richmond 
A.B. Art. 



MARY A. HARRIS, Prestonsburg 
A.B. History. Young Democrats. 



HENRY CLARK HARRISON, Stanton 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC. 



JANE HARTLAGE, Portsmouth, Ohio 
A.B. English. KYMA; Newman Club. 





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Senior Class Actively Prepares for Homecoming 




JOYCE FAYE HARVILLE, Hamilton, Ohio 

A.B. History. MILESTONE, Managing Editor; SNEA. 

HASKEW HAYES, JR., Jenkins 
A.B. Art. 



ROBERT MICHAEL HEIDT, Lexington 
A.B. Sociology. Newman Club. 



JOHN S. HEINISCH, Maysville 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Alpha Chi Lambda; Biology Club. 



ROBERT FINLEY HENDRICKSON, Brodhead 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. KIE; OAKS; Caduceus Club; Chemis- 
try Club. 



PAUL ROBIN HERALD, Quicksand 
B.S. Mathematics. 



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SENIORS 




NANCYE LOUISE HISEL, Nicholasville 

A.B. English. Student Council; Canterbury Club. 

BARSHA LYNN HODGES, Richmond 

A.B. English. Westminster Fellowship; SNEA. 

GUSTINA J. HOGUE, Louisville 

B.S. Biology. Baptist Student Union; Biology Club, Secretary. 



JASON LEWIS HOLBROOK, JR., Louisville 
A.B. Social Science. 



SYLVIA LEE HOLCOMB, Mount Vernon 
A.B. History. SNEA, Ciruna. 



SANDRA CLAYBROOKE HOLDERMAN, Harrodsburg 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha; 

Alpha Zeta Kappa, President; SNEA. 



BRENDA JOCELYN HOLT, Berea 

A.B. English. Baptist Student Union; Canterbury Club; Collegiate 

Pentacle; Kappa Delta. 

STEPHEN MICHAEL HOLT, Wurtland 
A.B. English. KIE; OAK. 

MERRIE LOU HOTT, Frankfort 

A.B. English. Young Republicans; Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate 

Pentacle; Canterbury Club. 

JETTE EARLE HOWARD, Somerset 

A.B. Art. ROTC Sponsor; Student Council; Delta Theta Pi. 

JOE C. HOWARD, New Haven 

B.S. Mathematics. Newman Club, President. 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH HUBER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Alpha Zeta Kappa; SNEA. 

WENDELL RAY HULL, Winchester 
A.B. Music. MENC; SNEA. 



MARY ALICE HUNT, Mount Vernon 
B.S. Biology. 



VERNON H. HURT, Hazard 
B.S. Mathematics. 



LOIS A. HUTCHINS, West Union, Ohio 
A.B. English. Kappa Delta Pi. 

RONALD COLEMAN HUTCHISON, Versailles 
B.S. Biology. 

JAMES HAROLD HUTTON, Williamstown 
B.M.Ed. MENC, President. 




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GEORGE EDWARD JAMES, Vevay, Indiana 

A.B. Political Science. OAK; Polity Society, President; Sigma Chi 

Delta, President. 

GEORGE TAYLOR JAMES, Dayton 
A.B. Sociology. 



DAVID LEE JEROME, Woodport, New Jersey 
A.B. Sociology. Scabbard and Blade. 

CHARLES JOHN JERZAK, Ramsey, New Jersey 
B.S. Mathematics. KYMA; Counterguerrilla Raiders; AUSA; Scab- 
bard and Blade. 



PHRONSIE MAUREEN JETT, Mount Olivet 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi; Home Economics Club. 

GLENDA PROFFITT JONES, London 
B.S. Mathematics. SNEA. 



NORMAN EDISON JONES, Manchester 
A.B. Geography. 



WILLIAM GLENN JONES, Richmond 
A.B. Music. MENC. 



THOMAS MARSHALL JUDY, Millersburg 
A.B. History. Young Democrats. 

JOHN A. JULIAN, Alva 
A.B. Political Science. 



DAVID WILLIAM KANATZAR, Louisville 
A.B. Music. 

CAROLYN KAY KEENE, Winchester 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Young Democrats. 

RUTH A. KEETON, Grayson 

B.S. Physics and Mathematics. Physics Club; Polymathologists, 

Treasurer. 



KAREN COOK KIDD, Cumberland 

B.S. Mathematics. SNEA; Polymathologists Club. 

DAVID MURRAY KIK, Louisville 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 



WILBURN RODERICK KINCAID, Cynthiana 

A.B. Political Science. Veterans Club; Young Republicans. 

ROBERT LEWIS KIPER, Leitchfield 
B.S. Mathematics. 



JOYCE GROSS KLAVE, Paris 
A.B. History. 




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WILLIAM RICHARD KLEIN, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC. 

MARSHA LEE KOVAC, Indialantic-by-the-sea, Florida 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Drum and Sandal; Canterbury Club; 

Young Republicans; Student Council; PROGRESS. 

DAVID C. KRASINSKI, Cleveland, Ohio 

A.B. Social Science. Newman Club; Alpha Kappa Pi. 

ALEXIS JOAN KULINA, Somerville, New Jersey 
A.B. Sociology. 



JAMES A. KURZ, Lexington 

A.B. History. PROGRESS; Beta Omicron Chi. 

KENNETH RAY LAWSON, New Carlisle, Ohio 

A.B. History. Alpha Kappa Pi; Young Democrats; KYMA; Phi 

Alpha Theta, Vice President. 




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LINDA ANN LAWSON, Richmond 
B.S. Physics. Physics Club; Math Club. 

ROSEMARY LAWSON, Lexington 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; Delta Omicron. 

JERRY ALLEN LEDFORD, Somerset 

B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics. Chemistry Club. 

CHARLES ALAN LEE, Covington 

A.B. Political Science. Young Republicans; SNEA. 



JOYCE A. LEE, Pineville 

A.B. Speech and Drama. PROGRESS, Organizations Editor; Kap- 
pa Delta Tau; ROTC Sponsor; Debate Club; Behavioral Science 
Symposium. 

BARBARA ELAINE LEWIS, Portsmouth 

B.S. Biology. Kappa Delta Tau; Biology Club; KYMA. 





JANET CAROL LEWIS, Manchester 
A.B. Sociology. 

JOHN HOWARD LEWIS, Middletown, New York 
A.B. Art. 



JANICE GAYLE LIERMAN, Fort Wright 
A.B. English and French. 

LINDA GLENN LOCKNANE, Erlanger 

A.B. English. ROTC Sponsor; Burnam House Council; Lambda 

Phi Omega. 

DAVID LYNN LODWICK, New Boston, Ohio 

B.S. Pre-Medicine. Caduceus Club; Alpha Kappa Pi. 

GEORGE HENRY LONNEMAN, Fort Thomas 
A.B. History. PROGRESS. 

DAVID C. LOOSE, Collingswood, New Jersey 
A.B. English. 

JUDITH ANN LOPAZANSKI, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

A.B. Art. Newman Club; Kappa Delta Tau; Kappa Pi; Kappa 

Delta Pi. 



JOHN HOWARD LUMPING, Dayton 
A.B. History. 

FONDA L. McALISTER, Louisville 

A.B. English. Alpha Psi Omega; KYMA; Student Council. 

SHARON KAY McBRIDE, Bryan, Ohio 

A.B. English. Westminster Fellowship; Lambda Phi Omega. 



BETTY PAULINE McCAULEY, Cynthiana 
B.S. Mathematics. KYMA. 



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SENIORS 




SHEILA LYNNE McCOY, Hazard 
A.B. History. 

SUSAN BAKER McDOWELL, Lexington 

A.B. English. MENC; Alpha Pi Kappa; Kappa Delta Tau. 

YVONNE CATRON McDOWELL, Cynthiana 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Lambda Phi Omega, Vice President; 

Alpha Psi Omega; Young Republicans. 

JAMES R. McDUFFEE, Jackson 
A.B. History. 

PAUL FRANKLIN McFARLAND, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club; OAK. 

DAVID FOSTER McKINNEY, Harrodsburg 

A.B. History. AUSA; Pershing Rifles; Young Republicans; New- 
man Club; MILESTONE, Section Editor. 



STEPHANIE McKINNEY, Paris 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; Ca- 
duceus Club; Biology Club; MILESTONE, Section Editor; Mc- 
Gregor House Council. 

MARY LINDA MAGGARD, Louisville 
A.B. Sociology. 

THOMAS GAR MAHER, Covington 
B.S. Biology and Chemistry. 

KENNETH R. MAJKOT, Fairfield, Connecticut 

A.B. History and Speech. Debate Club; Newman Club; Young 

Republicans. 

TED A. MARSHALL, Phillipsburg, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology. Junior Class, President; Senior Class, Vice Presi- 
dent; Alpha Chi lota, President; Student Court. 

DAVID FRIEDRICH MELTON, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. Sigma Chi Delta; OAK, Treasurer. 



PATRICIA ANN MILES, Mason, Ohio 

A.B. Art. Newman Club; SNEA; Young Republicans. 

J. KENNETH MILLER, Lexington 
A.B. Political Science. 

REGINA LEE MILLER, Corinth 

A.B. English. CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; Canterbury Club; 

Baptist Student Union; Kappa Delta Pi. 

OPAL ADELE MILLS, Ludlow 

A.B. Art. Westminster Fellowship; Lambda Phi Omega. 

RONALD ERNEST MIRACLE, Middlesboro 
B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club. 

ANN SHELBY MITCHELL, Shelbyville 

A.B. English. Kappa Delta Tau; Collegiate Pentacle. 




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MARGARET ELAINE MITCHELL, Dayton 

B.S. Biology. CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; Baptist Student 

Union; Westminster Fellowship. 

DOROTHY FOLEY MOBERLY, Richmond 
A.B. Sociology. CWENS; Pi Tau Chi; DSF. 

JOSEPH ALBERT MOESKER, Loveland, Ohio 
A.B. English. Young Democrats; Canterbury Club. 

JOHN MICHAEL MORRA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta, President. 

KATHLEEN CAROLE MORRIS, Louisville 

A.B. English. Kappa Kappa Sigma; Canterbury Club. 

ROBERT WILLIAM MORGAN, Smithfield 

A.B. Biology. Baptist Student Union, President; Interfaith Coun- 
cil; Student Council; Pi Tau Chi. 



ROGER LEE MORRIS, Toler 

A.B. History and Political Science. Young Republicans; Pike 

County Club. 

FRED DOUGLAS MULLINS, Burgin 
A.B. English. PROGRESS, Editor. 

JAMES LEONARD MULLINS, Jackson 
A.B. Art. Young Democrats; SNEA. 

JOYCE LEE MUNSEY, Betsey 

A.B. English. KYMA; Canterbury Club. 

ADDIE L. MURPHY, Jackson 
A.B. English. Young Democrats. 

CAROLYN MARIE MURPHY, Ashland 

A.B. English and Music. Drum and Sandal; SNEA; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Canterbury Club, President; MENC. 

SAUNDRA MARY MURPHY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science. Ciruna; Young Democrats; Newman Club; 

PROGRESS, Campus Editor. 

LINDA CROSSFIELD MURRAY, Harrodsburg 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

NICK VINCENT MUSSO, London 
B.S. Biology. 

DONNA FAYE NAVARRE, Cynthiana 
A.B. History. Young Republicans. 

BRENDA JO NICHOLS, Danville 

B.S. Chemistry. SNEA; Chemistry Club. 

GEORGE WILLIAM NOE, Paint Lick 

B.S. Physics. KIE, President; OAK; Polymathologists. 




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PAUL ALBERT NORTHCUTT, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. MILESTONE, Sports Editor; AUSA; Young 

Democrats. 

ROBERT LAWRENCE OERTHER, Frankfort 
B.S. Biology. 

DOUGLAS OLIVER, Winchester 

B.S. Chemistry. KIE; OAK; Chemistry Club. 

JEAN LANE OSBORN, Gravel Switch 

A.B. Art. KYMA; Kappa Delta Tau; Young Democrats; ROTC 

Sponsor; Kappa Pi. 

CAROLYN JANE OSBORNE, Prestonsburg 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Newman Club. 

JUDY L. OSBORNE, Williamstown 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi. 

DIANA LYNN PAPE, Louisville 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Newman Club. 

MARY ELIZABETH PARKE, Louisville 
A.B. Speech and Drama. 

DIANA ANCHETA PARKS, Hyden 
B.S. Biology. 

RONALD CLAYTON PARKEY, Somerset 

A.B. Political Science. Alpha Chi Lambda; OAK; KIE, Ciruna. 

DUANE W. PARSONS, Richmond 

B.S. Chemistry. Alpha Kappa Pi; Young Republicans; KYMA; 

Caduceus Club. 

REBECCA LEE PARSONS, Columbia 
A.B. Sociology. 




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DIANA PATTERSON, Burgin 

B.S. Biology, Chemistry. Collegiate Pentacle; Caduceus Club- 

BSU. 

EARLENE PATTON, Hueyville 

A.B. History. SNEA; Pi Alpha Theta. 



MOH PAYDARFAR, Tehran, Iran 

B.S. Mathematics. Kappa Pi; Ciruna; Polymathologists. 



CAROLYN PEARSON, West Lynn, Massachusetts 
A.B. English. 



LAUREN D. PEERS, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. SNEA; BSU; Young Republicans; Sullivan 

House Council, Secretary 



DONNA LOUISE PENNARD, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. French. SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Theta Pi. 



RUTH ANN PENNINGTON, Lexington 
A.B. Art. SNEA; Kappa Pi. 

DEBORAH ELIZABETH PETERS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science. Case House Council, Vice President; 

Polity Society, Vice President. 

CHARLES PRESTON PEVELER, Milford, Ohio 
B.S. Biology. SNEA. 

CHARLENE S. PHELPS, Somerset 
A.B. English. 

RUSSELL KAY PIERCY, Monticello 
B.S. Mathematics. 

DALE ALLEN POLING, Van Wert, Ohio 

B.M. Ed. Wesley Foundation, President; OAK; MENC; KIE. 



MARK MITCHELL POOLE, Winchester 

B.S. Mathematics. Pershing Rifles; Student Council. 

JOSEPH MATTHEW PORTER, Jeffersontown 

A.B. History. Westminster Fellowship, Treasurer. 

LARRY JOE POWELL, Crestwood 
B.S. Chemistry. 

ROBERT COLEMAN POWELL II, LaGrange 
A.B. Music. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

SANDRA W. POWELL, New Castle 

A.B. English. CWENS, President; Canterbury Club; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Henry County Club. 

CHRISTINE W. PRICE, Booneville 

A.B. Art. SNEA; Young Republicans; Kappa Pi. 




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WILLIAM C. PREWITT, Harrodsburg 
A.B. Geography. AUSA. 

JERRY WAYNE PULLIAM, Berry 
B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club. 



GLEN EDWARD RACKE, Highland Heights 
B.S. Mathematics. 



CLEATUS R. RATLIFF, Jenkins 

A.B. History. Men's Interdormitory Council 

JAMES CLINTON RATLIFF, Pikeville 
A.B. English. KIE. 



NORBERT RIEGER RAWE, Covington 

B.S. Biology. Alpha Kappa Pi; Inter-Fraternity Council; Biology 

Club; Young Republicans. 




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SENIORS 



SHARON LEE RAZOR, Mount Sterling 

A.B. English. Delta Theta Pi; Sorority Council; MILESTONE; 

Student Council. 

JOSEPH RALPH REEVES, Park Hills 
A.B. Political Science. 

RUTH ANN REIBLING, Erlanger 

A.B. History. Lambda Phi Omega, President; Kappa Delta Tau; 
Canterbury Club; Sorority Council; Student Council; ROTC 
Sponsor; Student Court; Behavioral Science Symposium. 

MICHAEL GORDON REMMELE, Louisa 
A.B. Speech and Drama. Little Theatre. 

YVONNE WILLETTA RHODES, Louisville 
A.B. English. KYMA; Canterbury Club. 

WAYNE ALLEN RICHTER, Newport 
A.B. Political Science. 





BRENDA PHILPOT RISNER, Manchester 

A.B. English. PROGRESS, News Editor; Young Republicans; 

Canterbury Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

PAMELA JO ROBBINS, Danville 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; MILESTONE; Young Repub- 
licans; SNEA. 

CATHY CLARK ROBINSON, Richmond 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

PHYLLIS LESTER ROBINSON, Berea 
A.B. English. 

JERE KEVIN ROCHE, Lexington 

A.B. Art. SNEA; Polymathologists; Newman Club; Fayette 

County Club. 

REBECCA SUSAN ROGERS, Pikeville 
A.B. Art. 

REGINA M. ROSS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. French and English. Kappa Delta Pi. 

WILLIAM D. ROSS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. History. Gamma Delta Tau; Inter-fraternity Council. 

JOHN ANGELO ROSSI, Paterson, New Jersey 
B.S. Chemistry. 



HENRIETTA ROUSH, Louisville 

A.B. Art. Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Pi; Young Republicans. 



LOU RONALD RURY, Pippa Passes 
A.B. History. Scabbard and Blade. 



LINDA DIANNE RUTHERFORD, Osgood, Indiana 
B.M. Ed. Music Education. Delta Omicron; MENC. 



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THOMAS RAY RYLE, Burlington 
B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club. 

DAVID SANDERS, Ashcamp 

B.S. Mathematics. KIE; Polymathologist Club. 

NANCY KAY SANDERS, Lancaster 
A.B. Art. SNEA. 



RAY DEAN SAYLOR, Goshen, Ohio 
A.B. History. 

ELLEN CATHERINE SCHULER, Fort Thomas 

A.B. English. Student Council, Secretary; Kappa Delta Tau; 
Alpha Pi Kappa; Canterbury Club, Treasurer; Junior Class, 
Treasurer; Newman Club. 



JOE B. SCOTT, JR., Pikeville 
B.S. Chemistry. 



SENIORS 




'Dogpafchers" await the announcement of Daisy Mae and VI Abner. 



EDWARD PATRICK SHANAHAN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
A.B. Political Science. 



LINDA LOUISE SHARP, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Art. Kappa Delta Tau; KYMA. 



ROBERT ALLEN SHEPARD, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English and History. 



SHARON LOUISE SHERWOOD, Newark Valley, New York 
A.B. Sociology. 



JOHN HOBERT SHORTT, JR., Saltville, Virginia 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; Martin House Council. 



DIANN FRODGE SIMPSON, Maysville 
B.S. Mathematics. SNEA. 




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THOMAS WOODROW SINGLETON, Campbellsburg 
A.B. Social Science. Henry County Club. 



JAMES B. SKAGGS, Shepherdsville 

A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary and Tri asurer; Young 

Republicans. 



HIRAM O. SLAWTER, Middleport, Ohio 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Alpha Kappa Pi; Young Repub- 
licans; Biology Club. 



KEITH LAMONT SMALL, Lexington 
A.B. Speech. Omega Phi Psi. 



KENNETH RAY SMILEY, Robinson 
B.S. Mathematics. 



STEPHEN GARY SMITH, Richmond 
B.S. Chemistry. Alpha Kappa Pi. 



DAVID HENRY SNELL, Paris 

A.B. Social Science. Young Democrats; SNEA. 

BRUCE ALAN SNIDER, Covington 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Caduceus Club, Vice President; 

KIE; OAK. 

JAMES WALTER SNYDER, Bremen, Ohio 
B.S. Biology. 

THOMAS ALLEN SOUTHER, Covington 
B.S. Chemistry. 

KENNETH KAY SPURLOCK, Richmond 

A.B. English. PROGRESS, Sports Editor; Class Treasurer; Alpha 
Kappa Pi, Secretary and Treasurer; Class Vice President; 
KYMA; Young Democrats; Canterbury Club, Treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Treasurer. 

CHARLES DANIEL STACY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. Circle K; SNEA. 

DOUGLAS RICHARD STAGGS, Portsmouth, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. 

NANCY ELLA STAGGS, Fairfield, Ohio 

A.B. History. SNEA; MILESTONE, Section Editor; KEA; PROG- 
RESS; Student Council. 

DANIEL HOWARD STEEVES, Ashland 

B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club; Physics Club; Young Repub- 
licans. 

WILLIAM BURNELL STEVENS, Pineville 
B.S. Psychology. 

DONALD KEITH STEWART, Richmond 
A.B. Geography. Scabbard and Blade. 

JERRY MARVIN STEWART, Corbin 

A.B. History. Young Democrats; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma 
Chi Delta; YMCA; Senior Class President; Student Government, 
Vice President. 




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RON STEWART, Manchester 

A.B. Political Science. Young Republicans, Vice President; 

Psychology Club; Ciruna. 

JACQULYN D. STIGALL, Danville 
A.B. English. CWENS; KYMA; SNEA. 

JULIET FAYE STOCKDALE, Ewing 
A.B. History. 

SHARON LEE STONECIPHER, Leroy, Indiana 

A.B. English. PROGRESS, Managing Editor; MILESTONE; Young 

Republicans; Wesley Foundation. 

LINDA JEAN STRAUSBAUGH, Kettering, Ohio 
A.B. English. CWENS; Lutheran Student Group, Secretary; Can- 
terbury Club, Vice President; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Pi Tau Chi, Secretary; Psychology Club. 

LARRY DUANE STRUNK, Sidney, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. Polymathologist Club. 




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BRENDA SUE STUCKER, Shelbyville 

A.B. Sociology. Shelby County Club, Secretary. 

PEGGY MAE STRUHLREYER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Social Science. Wesley Foundation, Treasurer; CWENS; 
KYMA; Student Council; Pi Tau Chi, President; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Collegiate Pentacle,- McGregor House Council; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Young Republicans; SNEA; Student Interfaith Council. 

ELIZABETH ANN STULTZ, Stone 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; KYMA; Pike County 

Club; WRA; Student Council. 

ELIZABETH CAROL SULLIVAN, Edmonton 

A.B. English. YWCA; Young Democrats; KYMA, Secretary. 

CHARLES TACKETT, JR., Virgie 
A.B. Geography. Pike County Club. 

ADA LYNN TARTER, Hodgenville 
A.B. Art. Wesley Foundation. 




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ROBERT EDWARD TARVIN, Williamsburg, Ohio 
A.B. History. OAK; "E" Club, President. 



AUDREY F. TAYLOR, Parkers Lake 
A.B. Sociology. Baptist Student Union. 



PHYLLIS ANN TAYLOR, Louisville 
A.B. English. Alpha Pi Kappa. 



RICHARD MICHAEL TAYLOR, Wallins 
B.S. Chemistry. Caduceus Club. 

KAREN LOUISE TEHAN, Bellevue 

A.B. Political Science. PROGRESS; Ciruna; Young Democrats. 



ETTA MAE THACKER, Somerset 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club. 




DONALD L. THOMAS, Stanford 

B.S. Mathematics and Psychology. Polymathologist Club, 

Treasurer. 

JAMES LONNIE THOMAS, Irvine 

B.S. Chemistry. KIE; OAK; Chemistry Club. 

GEORGE MICHAEL THOMPSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Political Science and Sociology. 

ROBERT DEAN THURTELL, Syracuse, New York 
B.S. Chemistry. Newman Club; Chemistry Club. 

DAVID LEE TINCHER, Winchester 

B.S. Physics and Mathematics. Polymathologist Club; Physics 

Club; Young Democrats. 

JAMES GREGORY TOWNLEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. 

BONNIE ELIZABETH TRACHSEL, Mount Sterling 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Kappa Delta Tau; Young Democrats. 

BETTY LOU TROSPER, Barbourville 
A.B. English. KYMA; YWCA. 

SHARON KAY TUDOR, Louisville 

A.B. Art. SNEA; Young Democrats; Kappa Pi. 

BENNIE GOLDEN TURNER, Verda 
A.B. Geography. 

BRENDA SUE TURNER, Talbert 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

NIANA SEDELIA VANOVER, Lexington 
A.B. History. SNEA; Young Republicans. 




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Snow brings time of re/axofion from busy schedules. 



Seniors Eagerly Enter Their Last Semester 



NORMA MARGARET VANOVER, Lancaster 
A.B. Music. SNEA. 

FREDERICK C. VOIGT, Arlington, Virginia 

A.B. Geography. Scabbard and Blade; AUSA. 

CHARLES WILLIAM WALKER, Lexington 
B.S. Biology. 

DEBORAH GAIB WARREN, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics. SNEA; Young Democrats; Polymathologists. 



JAMES KEITH WARREN, Cottonburg 
A.B. English. 

MARSHA SCOTT WEBSTER, New Hope 

A.B. Political Science. MILESTONE, Co-Editor; Collegiate Pen- 
tode; Kappa Delta Pi; CWENS; Student Council; Alpha Phi 
Gamma; SNEA; Who's Who; Polity Society. 




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WILLIAM HENRY WELLMAN, JR., Blue Ash, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. 



PAULA CARSON WELSH, Leitchfield 

B.S. Mathematics. Polymathologists; Psychology Club. 

GLENN M. WERMUTH, Independence 
A.B. History. 



STANOLYN GAIL WILSON, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics. CWENS, Vice President; SNEA; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 



KENNETH L. WILSON, Harrison, Ohio 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club, Vice President. 



JUDITH KAY WILLIAMSON, Irvine 
A.B. Social Science. 



JEFFREY MICHAEL WILLIAMS, Covington 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Young Republicans. 

DAVID LEE WILLIAMS, Berea 

A.B. English and Political Science. Polity Society. 

DARLENE WILLIAMS, Louisville 
A.B. English. 

CLAUDIA JEWELL WILLIAMS, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology. Clay House Council; Walters House Council. 



MARTHA A. K. WILCOCK, Kettering, Ohio 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; Delta Omicron. 



JAMES ANDREW WIHEBRINK, Fort Thomas 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Young Republicans; KYMA; 

PROGRESS, Sports Editor; Newman Club; MILESTONE. 

SANDRA CATHERINE WILT, Roanoke, Virginia 
A.B. English. KYMA; Young Republicans. 

EDDIE WAYNE WINGHAM, Carrollton 
B.S. Mathematics. KIE; OAK. 



JILLSMITS WININGS, Paris 
A.B. Art. Lambda Phi Omega. 

JOE LEE WITT, Winchester 

A.B. Social Science. Pershing Rifles; SNEA. 

VICTOR LEON WITT, Irvine 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Agriculture Club. 

SANDRA LYNN WINTER, Detroit, Michigan 
A.B. Sociology. Delta Theta Pi. 




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SANDRA KAYE WOODS, Hyden 
A.B. English. SNEA. 

KENNETH ELDEN WOODWORTH, Oxford, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Biology and Chemistry. OAK; Caduceus Club; KIE; Stu- 
dent Council; YMCA; Sigma Chi Delta. 

RONALD WAYNE WRIGHT, Dorton 
A.B. Geography and Geology. 

STEPHEN PAUL WRIGHT, Covington 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Caduceus Club, President; OAK; 

KIE; KYMA; Student Council. 

POLLY W. WYAN, London 
A.B. Social Science. 



WILLIAM FRANK YOUNG, Bagdad 

A.B. History. Student Council; Shelby County Club, President. 

TERRY LEE ZERKLE, West Liberty, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science. Young Republicans; Polity Society. 

WAYNE HOWARD ZIMMERMAN, Covington 
A.B. English. 

HERBERT HENRY ZUREICH, JR., Newark, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. OAK; Scabbard and Blade. 



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College of Business 




Business Expands Associate Degrees 




ABOVE: WILLIAM S. CRITCHFIELD, Instructor 
of Accounting. ABOVE RIGHT: JOSEPH 
YOUNG, Dean, College of Business. 




Having accepted the challenge of the business world, the College of 
Business is now amplifying an already extensive program. Degrees 
range from a one year secretarial certificate to a Master of Business 
Administration. The Associate of Arts degree in data processing, an 
innovation of one year's duration, is designed to keep pace with the 
emphasis in this portion of the business field. Other developments 
in business are equally integrated into the department because there 
is a need for the talents of persons trained in these areas. 

Developing both an industrial and a professional program, the 
Accounting Department prepares students for entrance into an account- 
ing firm in anticipation of becoming a Certified Public Accountant 
for industrial or governmental careers without the CPA certification. 
Basic accounting courses, required for all students in the College of 
Business, offer an opportunity for gaining knowledge useful in all 
phases of business. In cooperation with the Graduate School, the 
Accounting Department offers a concentration in accounting for the 
Master of Business Administration. 



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LEFT: ALEX G. MclLVAINE, Professor of Ac- 
counting. BELOW LEFT.- DAISY 8. FRENCH, 
Assistant Professor of Accounting. BELOW: 
JACK L. DYER, Assistant Professor of Ac- 
counting. 





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Business Administration 
Economics Open Career Paths 



Combining theory and practice, the Department of 
Economics seeks to give the student the theoretical 
basis of economics by which a practical career 
as an economist may be procured. Presenting 
opportunities for basic study for non-majors and 
graduate work for majors, a wide range of course 
work has been developed in the Economics De- 
partment. 

The Department of Business Administration pre- 
sents three areas in which a bachelor's degree may 
be earned. General business gives the student an 
overview, allowing him to become familiar with all 
phases of the world of administration. Concerned 
primarily with investment, taxation, and financial 
institutions, the finance major must also interest 
himself in the other phases of business in order 
to apply his specified abilities. The management 
major has two options from which to choose, per- 
sonnel management and industrial relations or 
production management. 





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TOP: THOMAS D. PEARSON, Instructor of Economics. LEFT: KARL KEMP, Assistant 
Professor of Economics. ABOVE: RICHARD G. CHRISMAN, Professor of Economics. 



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LEFT: DAVID M. MEEKS, Instructor of 
Marketing. BELOW LEFT: JOHN T. 
GORGONE, Instructor of Business Ad- 
ministration. BELOW: WILLIAM S. 
CRITCHFIELD, Instructor of Accounting. 





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Four Degrees Offered by Business Education, Administration 



Training secondary education teachers and 
secretaries is the purpose of the Depart- 
ment of Business Education and Office Ad- 
ministration. Open to the student wishing to 
pursue a teaching career are three courses 
of study. An area in business is for students 
who will teach only business subjects; a 
major in business entitles the student to 
teach business and other courses; a certifi- 
cate for teaching in a federally reimbursed 
vocational school is awarded to those stu- 
dents in the business area or major who so 
indicate during their sophomore year. 

The secretarial programs are for one, 
two, or four years. The one year program 
leads to a certificate of Secretarial Science, 
the two year Executive Secretarial Pro- 
gram yields an associate degree, and the 

four year program the bachelors degree. 



RIGHT: ALFRED L PATRICK, Chairman, Department 
of Business Education and Office Administration. 
BELOW: EDSEL MOUNTZ, Assistant Professor of Bus- 
iness Education. 





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ABOVE: FAYE GRAY, Insfructor of Business Education. RIGHT: MYRENA S. 
JENNINGS, Instructor of Business Education. BELOW: MARTHA KEETON, 
Instructor of Business Education and Office Administration. 





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Learning to type is one of the basic skills of business. 



Business Seniors 



CHARLES ROBERT ABBOTT, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Circle K, Vice President; Stu- 
dent Council; Westminster Fellowship. 

RICHARD DALE ACHOR, Hillsboro, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education. Student Council, Secretary; Sigma Tau 

Pi; SNEA; Alpha Chi lota, Secretary; Student Court. 

CHARLES MELVIN ADAMS, Dry Ridge 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Sigma Tau Pi; Alpha Chi Lambda. 

DARRELL GENE AGEE, Harrodsburg 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. AUSA; Counterguerrilla Raid- 
ers; Scabbard and Blade. 

ANN KAREN AKIN, Frankfort 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Pi Kappa, Treasurer; 

CWENS, Secretary; Kappa Delta Tau. 

EARNEST PALMER ANDERSON, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 




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JOHN WILLIAM ANDERSON, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Kappa Tau Epsilon; KYMA, 

President; Circle K; Fayette County Club; MILESTONE. 

NORMA WHITE ANDRADA, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education. Alpha Pi Kappa; Kappa Delta Tau; 

Drum and Sandal; Little Colonels; Student Council. 



GARY CLINTON ARNETT, Salyersville 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



ANTHONY ASBURY, JR., Hazard 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

GERALD THOMAS ASHCRAFT, Covington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

DANNIE LEE BAILEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

LAWRENCE EARL BAKER, Fort Thomas 
B.S. Business. 

DAVID ERICK BARKMAN, Lexington 

B.S. Business. Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Newman 

Club. 



ROYCE BONNY BARNES, Irvine 
B.S. Business Education. 



BETTY GAYE BARNETT, Campbellsville 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

WILLARD CHARLES BATES, Haskell, New Jersey 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Lambda; Debate. 

ROBERT KENNETH BEATTY, Lima, Ohio 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 





JEAN LOU BELL, New Castle 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 



DARRELL ARBUN BENSING, New Albany, Indiana 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Circle K; Alpha Chi lota. 



MICHAEL HARRY BLACKBURN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Circle K; Young Republicans; 

Alpha Kappa Pi. 



SANDRA KAY BLADES, Richmond 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 



ROBERT BENNY BOGGS, Berea 
B.S. Business. 



LARRY R. BOTTOM, Mackville 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Sigma Tau Pi; Delta Chi Theta. 



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RUTH SCHEIBER BOTWICK, Monsey, New York 
B.S. Business Education. 



LARRY BOWLING, London 
B.S. Business Education. 



GARRETT DOWD BOURNE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Scabbard and Blade; Ac- 
counting Club. 

JAMES WILSON BOYER, Campbellsburg 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

JOHN BRUCE BRASSFIELD, Winchester 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles; AUSA; MILE- 
STONE, Business Manager. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN BROCKMAN, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education. Young Republicans, President; Student 

Council; Newman Club. 

JOE ED BROWN, Paint Lick 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Circle K; Alpha Chi Iota; AUSA. 

RICHARD JOHN BROWN, Dayton, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



WILLIAM LOUIS BRYANT, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. 



WILLIAM SHIRLEY BURRIS, Frankfort 

B.S. Business. Sigma Chi Delta; Counterguerrilla Raiders; Young 

Democrats; AUSA; YMCA. 

WILMA JOYCE BUSH, Winchester 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Pi Omega Pi; Sigma Tau Pi, 

Treasurer. 

EUSTACE ALLEN BUTLER, Mount Olivet 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Kappa Tau Epsilon. 



DAVID RANDALL BYRD, New Albany, Indiana 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Lambda; KIE. 



BRUCE ANTHONY CANNON, Louisville 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 

EVELYN CAPITO, Turners Station 

B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi; Collegiate Pentacle; Pi 

Omega Pi; SNEA. 

WILLIAM DAVID CAREY, Richmond 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



CLARETTA LOU CARTER, Mount Vernon 
B.S. Business Education. 



BRENDA SEARCY CAYS, Frankfort 

B.S. Business Education. CWENS; Pi Omega Pi. 




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WILLIAM ABEL CHANEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Business. Alpha Chi lota. 

ISSAM Y. CHIHADE, Sowida, Syria 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

WILLIAM EUGENE CHILDERS, Somerset 
B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi. 

JAMES VINCENT CIROLI, JR., Newark, Ohio 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

JANET L. CLARK, California 

B.S. Business Education. Young Democrats; MILESTONE; Sigma 

Tau Pi. 



WILLIAM PROCTOR CLEMENTS, Waverly 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Newman Club; Sigma Tau Pi; 

Young Democrats, President; Circle K. 





SENIORS 



Cadel Ryan and his date try their hand at some new dance steps at the Military Ball. 




CRAIG LEE COLDIRON, Lexington 
B.S. Business Education. 



DOUGLAS M. COMPTON, Phelps 

B.S. Business Education. Pike County Club. 



JAMES ALLEN COOK, Medina, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



LESTER COTTONGIM, JR., Manchester 

B.S. Economics. Clay County Club; Veteran's Club. 

CLARA R. CRAYCRAFT, Paris 

B.S. Business Education. Collegiate Pentacle, Secretary; Pi 
Omega Pi, President, Secretary; SNEA; Sigma Tau Pi; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 



JANICE COE DAVIS, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education. Clay County Club. 



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ALBERTA GAYLE DAY, Lexington 
B.S. Accounting 

DAVID S. DENNISON, Oxford, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



THOMAS MICHAEL DINELL, Fort Thomas 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



GARY LYNN DOLWICK, Hebron 
B.S. Business. 

MARK A. DRASKOVIC, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Iota, President; 

Inter-Fraternity Council; Student Council. 

BRUCE G. EATINGER, Fairborne, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



ROBERT ALLEN ECTON, Winchester 
B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. 

JUDITH MOORES ELSWICK, Richmond 
B.S. Business Education. Young Democrats. 

DONALD JOSEPH ERISMAN, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education. Episcopal Canterbury Club; Student 

Council; Sigma Tau Pi; Pi Omega Pi. 

ELSANNA FISEL, Lebanon Junction 

B.S. Business Education. Young Republicans; SNEA. 

JAMES ANDERSON FLUTY, Winchester 
B.S. Accounting. Accounting Club. 

LINDA CAROLYN FORD, Carrollton 
B.S. Business. 





SENIORS 



SAMMY LEE FORD, Mount Vernon 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republicans. 

DANIEL WEBSTER FOWLER, Arlington, Virginia 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

CECIL C. FOX, Winchester 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

ROY LEE FREEMAN, Winchester 
B.S. Business. 

WILLIAM JOHN FRIEND, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Accounting. Alpha Chi lota; Young Republicans. 

DENNIS J. FRINGELI, Cleveland, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



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WALTER EUGENE GADD, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Newman Club. 

KAREN DAGNA GARVIN, Glen Rock, New Jersey 

B.S. Business Education. MILESTONE; PROGRESS; Sigma Tau 

Pi, Secretary, Vice President. 

RICHARD M. GERWE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

EUGENE C. GESELE, Miami, Florida 

B.S. Business. Scabbard and Blade; Beta Omicron Chi, President. 

DEMPIL IRENE GOBLE, Starville 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. 

CAROL FAYE GRAGG, Somerset 

B.S. Business Education. Pulaski County Club. 

NANCY DABNEY GREEN, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education. Accounting Club, Secretary,- Disciples 

Student Fellowship, Secretary; Phi Tau Chi; Student Council. 

JON MICHAEL GRIM, Frankfort 

B.S. Accounting. Sigma Tau Pi; Accounting Club. 

WALLACE LEON HADDIX, Mount Sterling 
B.S. Accounting. 

JOHN STEPHEN HAJE, Morrisville, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Business. Alpha Chi lota. 

ROGER LELAND HAMILTON, Brooksville 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



FRANKLIN DAVID HARMON, Springfield 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club; Washington 

County Club. 





TRACY LIND HARRISON, Port Royal 

B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi; Pi Omega Pi; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Henry County Club. 

KAREN ANN HAWKINS, Lawrenceburg 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JIM HAYWOOD, Carr Creek 
B.S. Accounting. 



FINLEY R. HENSLEY, Sand Gap 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JOHN STEPHEN HIEBER, Fort Thomas 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



SARAH CAROLYN HILLYARD, Princeton 
B.S. Business Education. 



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EARL DAVID HOLT, Neon 

B.S. Business Education. Pershing Rifles. 

SANDRA M. HOWSE, Eminence 
B.S. Business Education. 

JO ANN HUGHES, Owenton 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

ELLA LOUISE HULETTE, Lancaster 
B.S. Business Education. WRA. 

RAYMOND JAMES HULS, Florence 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 

FREDERICK GEORGE IRTZ, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Lambda; AUSA; 

Accounting Club. 

PATRICK N. JACOVINO, Plainview, New York 

B.S. Business. OAK, President; Sigma Tau Pi; Sigma Chi Delta, 

Secretary. 

WILLIAM CLIFFORD JAMESON, Lebanon, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

KENNETH RAY JEFFRIES, Louisville 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. OAK; KIE; Accounting Club, 

President. 



MIKE RUSSELL JEFFRIES, Worthington, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. "E" Club. 



DONNA FAYE JOHNSON, Winchester 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Sigma Tau Pi; Pi Omega Pi. 

LOWELL JONES, London 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Democrats; Laurel 

County Club. 



ROBERT G. JONES, Erlanger 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



NORBERT SNYDER KEENEY, Kettering, Ohio 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. AUSA; Scabbard and Blade; 

Accounting Club. 



JUDY ANN KELLY, Lexington 
B.S. Business Education. SNEA. 



STEPHEN K. KEMP, Richmond 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republicans. 



GREG RICHARD KOPPENHOEFER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



LINDA ZULAGER LADENBURGER, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 




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ROBERT LEE KUMLER, Fort Mitchell 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Lambda; MILE- 
STONE, Photographic Editor. 

MARIE LANGDON, London 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Young Republicans. 

DAVID KEITH LAYTON, Lancaster 

B.S. Accounting. Young Republicans; OAK, Treasurer; Scab- 
bard and Blade. 

R. TRUETT LEE, Baghdad 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Democrats. 

NANCY JUNE LEWIS, Versailles 

B.S. Business Education. Alpha Pi Kappa, President; Senior Class 

Secretary; Queen Athena; Kappa Delta Tau; KYMA. 



HARRY E. LENZ, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Business Education. "E" Club. 





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Students frequently check the Placement 
Bureau for job interviews. 



Placement Provides Valuable Service to Students 




MARY L. LINDSEY, Danville 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi; SNEA. 



JOHN WILLIAM LINK, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



PAMELA SUE LOESCH, Miamisburg, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. ROTC Sponsor. 



DONALD ELWOOD LONG, Harrodsburg 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JAMES LOUIS McDANIELS, Verda 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club; Veterans 

Club. 



ROBERT FRANKLIN McDONALD, Louisville 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Circle K; MILESTONE. 



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BEN PATRICK McFALL, Jewell Ridge 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Scabbard and Blade; Sigma 

Tau Pi; AUSA; Ciruna. 

ORAN SHEPHERD McFARLAND, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Lambda; Student 

Council; Sigma Tau Pi; Fayette County Club. 

CHARLES FONTON McGUIRE, Huntington, West Virginia 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



RODMAN MAFFET, Elizabethtown 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



WILLIAM EDGAR MAGGARD, Whitesburg 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Chi lota. 

RONALD KEITH MALONEY, Jeffersonville, Indiana 
B.S. Business Management. Circle K. 

DUANE M. MARTIN, Corbin 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Democrats. 

JAMES DANIEL MARTIN, Louisville 

Bus. Ad. Business Administration. "E" Club. 

JAMES SAMUEL MARTIN, Frankfort 
B.S. Business. 

JUDY WINSTEAD MARTIN, Mount Vernon 
B.S. Business Education. 

GLENN FOSTER MASON, Carrollton 

Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi, Secretary; Sigma 

Chi Delta; Student Council. 



JAMES ALEXANDER MEIER, Covington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



ROBERT GEORGE MEIMAN, Covington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



VICTOR A. METZLER, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JAMES ALVIN MILLER, Mount Washington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 



JULIA HARRISON MILLER, Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, Vice President; Kappa 

Delta Pi, Secretary; Collegiate Pentacle. 



LARRELL R. MILLER, Richmond 
B.S. Accounting. KIE. 



ORVILLE DOUGLAS MILLER, East Bernstadt 
B.S. Business Education. 




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SENIORS 




DARYLE ANN MIMS, Pikeville 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Pike County Club. 

CLAY P. MOORE, Danville 
B.S. Business Education. 



JOHN PAUL MOORE, Lexington 
B.S. Business. 



PORTER H. MOORE, Lexington 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 

THOMAS WAYNE NELSON, Campbellsburg 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

RICHARD EARL NEWBERRY, Eubank 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. KIE; OAK; Pulaski County 

Club, President. 

WILLIAM DAVID NOEL, Lancaster 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi; Young Re- 
publicans. 



RONALD ANTHONY NOUR, Daytona Beach, Florida 
B.S. Economics. 



HUGH GUYN O'CONNELL, Nicholasville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

CHARLES EDWARD OVERSTREET, Bondville 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi; Accounting Club. 

DAVID NEEL OURSLER, Louisville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



MICHAEL W. PAHNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Pi; AUSA; Coun- 

terguerrilla Raiders; Young Republicans. 



STEPHEN CLYDE PARKS, Brookville, Ohio 
B.S. Business. Accounting Club, Treasurer. 



SANDRA GAIL PARSONS, Wildie 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi; Sigma Tau Pi; Young 

Republicans; SNEA; YWCA. 



DON STERLING PEARCE, Lexington 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 



DANNY DOUGLAS PERRY, Frankfort 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 



DAVID HOBSOU PHILLIPS, Elizabethtown 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 



JACK BRUCE PIGMAN, Hazard 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 




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PAUL RICHARD POLLITT, Lyndon 

B.S. Accounting. Sigma Tau Pi; OAK; Young Republicans. 

L. LAURENCE POWELL, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education; KIE; OAK; Canterbury Club; Young 

Republicans; Pi Omega Pi; Westminster Fellowship; Student 

Council. 

JAMES DEAN PRATHER, Somerset 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

GEORGE THOMAS PRICE, Somerset 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Veterans Club, Treasurer. 



KENNETH LEE QUINN, Newport 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



DENNIS LEE RAYMOND, Florence 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 



LANDIS DANE REECE, Eubank 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 

ANN KAYE RICHIE, London 
B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. 

ERMA LOU ROARK, Osgood, Indiana 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, Secretary. 

RONALD JOSEPH ROBY, Louisville 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Beta Omicron Chi; OAK; "E" 

Club. 



OWEN LAYTON ROGERS, Nancy 
B.S. Business. 



JEFFREY D. ROPER, Pineville 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 



Military Career Awaits Some at Graduation 



Colonel E. N. Smith congrat- 
ulates Darrell Halcomb on 
being named a Distinguished 
Military Student. 




Plllill^iJi'll 





CONNIE ROWE, Feds Creek 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Pike County Club, Treasurer. 

JESSE WARD ROWE, Prestonsburg 
B.S. Business 



JOHN DELANO SAMMONS, Hazard 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi; Veterans' Club. 

SHARON L. SHRADER, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. SNEA. 



FRANK SHOOP, Manchester 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi; Accounting 

Club; AUSA; Young Republicans. 

HARRY B. SIPPLE, Stanton 
B.S. Business. Alpha Chi lota. 



GERALD C. SLAGER, Berwyn, Illinois 
B.S. Business Education. 



JOHN RONALD SMITH, Louisville 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Psychology Club. 

REGALD BYRON SMITH, Pikeville 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Circle K; Pike County Club, 

President; Student Council; PROGRESS, News Editor. 

JAMES C. SNIDER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

DONALD G. SOSBE, Somerset 
B.S. Business. Sigma Tau Pi. 



EARL L. STAMPER, Rochester, Michigan 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



ROBERT EDWARD STOUFFER, Madeira, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. 



GRAYSON, TACKETT, Burdine 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JOHN B. TAYLOR, Corbin 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



LARRY LEWIS TAYLOR, Lawrenceburg 

B.Bus.Ad. Business Administration. MILESTONE; Pershing Rifles; 

AUSA. 



RONALD COLEMAN TAYLOR, Silver Grove 

B.S. Accounting. Gamma Delta Tau, Vice President; OAK, Vice 

President. 



NANCY BROWN TERHUNE, Lexington 
B.S. Business Education. 




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SENIORS 




JAMES OSCAR THOMPSON, Loyall 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



GEORGE M. VAUGHN, Hazard 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



DELMER WARREN, Lancaster 
B.S. Business Education 

ARTHUR DANIEL WATERS, Lancaster 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

LINDA FAYE WELCH, Winchester 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 



RAY WAYNE WELSH, Frankfort 

B.S. Business Education. Gamma Delta Tau. 

CHARLIE WEST, JR., Irvine 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



BEVERLY JEAN WESTMAN, Lakewood, New York 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Sigma Tau Pi; Delta Theta Pi, 

Vice President; Clay House Council. 



JOE GORDON WHITAKER, Richmond 
B.S. Business Education. 

WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, Louisville 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



RICHARD CARL WILLIAMS, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



GARY EUGENE WILSON, Lexington 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



GEORGE GRADY WILSON, Whitley City 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Baptist Student Union, Vice 

President; Young Democrats. 



PAUL DOUGLAS WILSON, Cynthiana 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



GARRET WAYNE WISER, Independence 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

LARRY JAMES WITHERS, Somerset 
B.S. Accounting. 

RICHARD D. WOOD, Carrollton 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



WILLIAM AUSTIN WOODWARD, Maysville 
B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



ISO 





JANET KAY WYAN, London 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 



JOHN EDWARD YOUNG, Simpsonville 
B.S. Economics. 



FREDERICK KREBS ZEPP, Indiana, Pennsylvania 

B. Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Sigma Chi Delta, Treasurer; 

OAK; Scabbard and Blade; AUSA. 




Collegiate Pentacle members enjoy food and friendly conversation at the home of Mrs. Robert R. Martin. 



ASSOCIATE OF ARTS 



KATHRYN ISABEL COLWELL, Troy, Ohio 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



PAMELA CAROL GRIM, Frankfort 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



JUDY KAYE CURTIS, Carlisle 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



LOUIS STEPHEN HALL, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 



SANDRA ANN HIPPLE, Miamisburg, Ohio 
A.A. Data Processing. CWENS. 



PEGGY JEAN LAMB, Paint Lick 

A.A. Executive Secretarial. Young Democrats; CWENS. 




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JUDY LANE LAWSON, Harrodsburg 
A. A. Executive Secretarial. 



TALIA ELLEN MOORE, Fort Thomas 
A. A. Data Processing. 



ROBERT B. PUGH, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 



JIMMY L. REYNOLDS, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 



JANE ANN RICHARDSON, Richmond 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



JUDY ANN SHANK, Erlanger 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 




ASSOCIATE OF ARTS 




SUE ANN SHARUM, Valley Station 

A.A. Executive Secretarial. Sigma Tau Pi; Newman Club. 



SHARLA G. SIMPSON, Greenup 
A.A. Data Processing. 



PATRICK HOGAN SMITH, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 



SARAH GREELY STEWART, Lexington 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



MARTHA LYNN THOMAS, Irvine 

A.A. Data Processing. Sigma Tau Pi; Young Democrats. 



PRISCILLA ANN THOMAS, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 



KAREN ELAINE WELLS, Louisville 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



PHYLLIS ANN WITT, Richmond 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



PAMELA MARIE WOLF, Loveland, Ohio 

A.A. Executive Secretarial. Young Republicans. 



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College of Education 




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College of Education 
Adds New Department 

Accreting the range of its influence, the College of 
Education this year acquired the Department of Health, 
Physical Education, and Recreation. Dedicated primarily 
to the propagation of teacher education, the College of 
Education has inevitably broadened its sphere of au- 
thority as it has developed with the growth of the 
University. 

Preparing the student for a role that has been op- 
posite to the one which he has fulfilled for most of his 
life, the Department of Education seeks to provide 
guidelines for classroom procedures and professional 
conduct. Extending its influence into all departments 
through preparatory education courses, the department 
is responsible for the majority of courses in the elemen- 
tary education curriculum. The Department of Educa- 
tion works closely with Model Laboratory School in all 
phases of teacher education from classroom observa- 
tion to student teaching. 

Offering a minor for elementary education as well 
as a full major, the Department of Library Science 
purposes to prepare school librarians and give a 

continued 




TOP: DIXON A. BARR, Dean, College of 
Education. RIGHT: ELIZABETH A. PARKER, 
Assistant Professor of Education. 




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ABOVE LEFT: N. THOMAS GILL, Assistant Professor of Education. ABOVE 
RIGHT: MARGARET E. ROSER, Assistant Professor of Library Science. 
LEFT: J. DORLAND COATES, Associate Dean, College of Education. 
ABOVE: CHARLES L. ROSS, Professor of Education. 



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Physical Education and Psychology Build Minds and Bodies 




basis for graduate study. The proper use of a library and an 
understanding of the library systems and organizations is of 
value to all those in the teaching field. Through the courses 
offered in this department, students are able to make better 
use of a library. 

Developing the body to meet the requirements of the mind 
is the aim of the Department of Health, Physical Education, 
and Recreation. Through health courses the workings and care 
of the body are relayed to perhaps the healthiest age group 
of our population. In physical education activity courses, stu- 
dents become skilled in group and individual sports, and de- 
velop better body control and coordination. Because of the 
greater amount of leisure time now available to man, the 
Department of Recreation trains students to teach more effec- 
tive use of this time. 

Oriented more toward educational psychology, the Psychol- 
ogy Department complements the Education Department with 
such courses as learning, child psychology, and intelligence 
testing. Other courses are of value to the individual in under- 
standing psychological disorders. 

ABOVE: JAMES McCHESNEY, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical 
Education. ABOVE RIGHT: JAMES G. SNOWDEN, Professor of Psychology. 
RIGHT: JAMES A. LEE, Chairman, Department of Psychology. 





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TOP: BARNEY R. GROVES, Associate Professor of Health and 
Physical Education. LEFT: VIRGINIA N. JINKS, Assistant 
Professor of Health and Physical Education. ABOVE: LEON 
ROTTERSMAN, Associate Professor of Psychology. 



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Lab School Provides Model Educational Environment 








TOP: LINDA M. INGRAM, Instructor of Elementary Education. ABOVE: 
ANNA M. CORNEUSON, Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. 
RIGHT: DAN/EL DEANE, Assistant Professor of Art. 




1SS 




Social Studies student teachers gain experience by teaching each other. 



Education Seniors 



BARBARA ANN ADAMS, New Albany, Indiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



DAVID LEON ADAMS, New Albany, Indiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



LINDA KAREN ADAMS, Salyersville 
B.S. Recreation. 



DIANA KAY ADKINS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; KYMA; ACE. 



MARY LOUISE ADKISON, Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA. 



PHYLLIS JANE ALDRIDGE, Nicholasville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; MENC. 



SHARON GAYE ALLEN, Garrett 

B.S. Psychology and Sociology. Psychology Club; KYMA. 

MARGIE ARLENE ANDERSON, Milford, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republicans. 



KATHLEEN YVONNE ARLINGHAUS, Fort Mitchell 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA. 




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NILA JANE ARMSTRONG, Bloomfield 

B.S. Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union; Young Re- 
publicans; YWCA; SNEA. 

A. MILLER ARRITT, Partlow, Virginia 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. "E" Club. 

LUCILLE A. ARTHUR, Norwood, Ohio 

B. S. Elementary Education. SNEA; McGregor House Council, 
President. 

MARTHA JANE BARKLEY, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma, President; 
Drum and Sandal; Delta Theta Pi; Sorority Council, Presi- 
dent; SNEA. 

GLENN C. BAUGH, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology. Gamma Delta Tau, President; Inter-fraternity 

Council, Vice President. 

BETTY ANN BAXTER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. MILESTONE; KYMA; SNEA. 

JANE HALL BEATTY, Greenfield, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

WILLIAM HENRY BEATTY, Hillsboro, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

JOYCE ANN BEGLEY, Beattyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



SENIORS 





NANCY LYNN BELEW, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Alpha Pi Kappa. 

ROBERT BARRY BENNINGFIELD, Lebanon 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA SUE BENNINGTON, Prestonsburg 

B.S. Psychology. Young Democrats; Psychology Club. 

JOAN ELIZABETH BERKMEYER, Southgate 

B.S. Elementary Education. Sullivan Hall House Council; ACE, 

Secretary. 

WILLIAM GENE BIERLY, Vestal, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JERALDINE BLACKBURN, Monticello 

B.S. Elementary Education. YWCA; ACE; SNEA. 

PHYLLIS DIANE BLACKBURN, Jeffersontown 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SANDRA CAROLE BLASER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; KYMA; SNEA; 

MILESTONE. 

BARBARA ANN BLEVINS, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education. Collegiate Pentacle, Treasurer; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Tau; SNEA; ACE; KYMA, Vice President. 



190 



LESLIE A. BLOOM, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club, Vice President; OAK. 

JUDY LYNNE BOWLES, Hazard 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER. 

LARRY KEITH BRADBURY, Butler 

B.S. Psychology and A.B. Political Science. Psychology Club; 

Young Republicans. 

GLENN BRADLEY, Campton 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

RONNIE LEE BRANDENBURG, Beaftyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JEAN HABERSAAT BRICKING, Bellevue 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

TERRY LEE BRIDEWELL, Alexandria 

B.S. Psychology. Pershing Rifles; Young Republicans. 

ROBERT MICHAEL BROCK, Lenarue 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Beta Omicron Chi; HPER. 

CHARLES GAMIE BROWN, Bardstown 
B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club. 





SUE ELLEN BROWN, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; ACE. 

SANDRA KAY BRYAN, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; ACE. 

MARTHA DIANE BULLOCK, Mount Vernon 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republicans. 

BILLIE JO BURNESS, Radcliff 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Pi Kappa; Kappa Delta Tau; 

Kappa Kappa Sigma; SNEA. 

JANE HARRIET CAIRNS, North Miami Beach, Florida 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; Newman Club; 

Young Republicans; SNEA. 

CAROLYN C. CAMPBELL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma; Alpha Pi 
Kappa; Sorority Council, Vice President; Student Court; Newman 
Club, Fayette County Club; SNEA. 

DONNAL CANTRELL, Beaver, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

FRANCES RAHE CARBOY, Richmond 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; Drum and Sandal. 

RICHARD ALBRECHT CARBOY, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



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Children's eager minds offer a 
challenge for siudeni teachers. 




Student Teaching Lays Foundation for Career 



THOMAS ROBERT CAREY, Encino, California 

B.S. Psychology. Sigma Chi Delta; YMCA; Young Democrats; 

Psychology Club. 

JANET LOUISE CARDIN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA; ACE; SNEA; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 

GARY JOSEPH CARONIA, West Orange, New Jersey 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. - 

RANDALL L. CARTER, JR., Fort Worth, Texas 
B.S. Psychology. Pershing Rifles. 

FRANCES DARLENE CASH, Dry Ridge 

B.S. Elementary Education. CWENS; Junior and Sophomore 

Classes, Secretary; Kappa Delta Tau. 

NANCY JEAN CHASEY, Bryan, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

CAROL ANN COAPLEN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

LUCILLE COLE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

DONNA LOUISE COLTON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; ACE; SNEA. 

GENE MIDDLETON COMBS, Winchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JUDITH RUTH CONGLETON, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

DIANA CAROL CONLEE, Rosslyn 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA; Wesley Foundation. 




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CANDIS LIN COOK, Erlanger 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

PAUL RODGER COOMBS, Pleasureville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

CHESTER A. CORNETT, Waynesburg 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

MARY LOU CORNETT, Beattyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARILYN MYERS COUCH, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JUDY G. COX, Crestwood 

B.S. Elementary Education. YWCA; SNEA; Burnam Hall House 

Council. 

JACQUELINE D. CRAWFORD, Stanford 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA. 

KATHLEEN MARY CREIGHTON, Suffern, New York 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; SNEA; Alpha Zeta 

Kappa. 

CAROLYN MAXINE CRUMP, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Collegiate Pentacle; Kappa Delta 

Tau; KYMA; SNEA; ACE; Student Council. 



MARION FRANKLIN CURNUTTE, Kenoua, West Virginia 
B.S. Physical Education. 

JANE ELIZABETH DANEHE, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Pi Alpha Theta; ROTC Sponsor. 

HAYWARD M. DAUGHERTY JR., Vine Grove 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. MILESTONE, Sports Editor; 

Young Democrats; "E" Club. 

LINDA GRACE DEANGELIS, Wallkill, New York 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; WRA; HPER. 

PHYLLIS A. DEAN, Louisville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER. 

ROBERT BURTON DEAN, Pleasureville 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club; Young Democrats; Henry 

County Club. 

LINDA S. DETMER, Middletown, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi, President; SNEA; Col- 
legiate Pentacle; CWENS; Kappa Delta Tau; KYMA. 

GENE C. DOBBS, Monticello 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

TAMMIE YVETTE DOWLER, Cumberland 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republicans. 




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THOMAS E. DOWLER, Cookeville, Tennessee 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JANE DUNN, Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education. ROTC Sponsor. 

CAROLYN JEAN DURHAM, Stanford 

B.S. Elementary Education. Lincoln County Club, President; 

PROGRESS. 

ALICE JO DYKES, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ROBERT THOMAS EASTWOOD, Park Hills 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

PATRICIA ANN ELLIS, Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Shelby County Club; SNEA; YWCA, 

Treasurer; Baptist Student Union, President. 




SENIORS 



A student teacher puts four years of knowledge into 
one semester's work. 








teM I " 




SHARON GALE FAIN, Nicholasville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JAMES K. FAWLEY, West Alexandria, Ohio 
B.S. Psychology. Sigma Chi Delta. 

JERI R. FEDDERSEN, Richmond 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. KYMA; HPER; Kappa Delta 

Tau. 



JAMES HAROLD FIELDS, Hallie 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

WILLA ANNE FITZPATRICK, Jackson, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma, Vice 

President; SNEA; HPER, WRA. 

ANITA SUE FLINCHUM, Hazard 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA. 



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BARBARA LYNNE FRISBY, Westerville, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



YOLANDA FRITZ, Richmond 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA. 



DON FUGATE, Rowdy 
B.S. Physical Education. 



JOHN JOSEPH GALLAGHER, Butler, New Jersey 

B.S. Physical Education. Newman Club; Young Democrats; HPER. 



NANCY CAROL GARRETT, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



WALLACE JOHN GARRITY, Franklin, New Jersey 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 



DIANA PATRICIA GAUTIER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 



SARAH JEAN GIRVIN, Burlington 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; MILESTONE; WRA. 



ROSALIND ADELLE GLASSCOCK, Gravel Switch 

B.S. Elementary Education. YWCA; SNEA; KYMA; ACE. 





ROBERT PAUL GOEBEL, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

JUNE LYNN GRAY, Erlanger 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Delta Theta Pi; WRA; 

CWENS; Kappa Kappa Sigma. 



LARRY MORTON GRAY, Cynthiana 
A.B. English. 



EDWIN ELLIOTT GREEN, Erlanger 
B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club. 

ROBERT EDWARD GREGG, Lexington 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club, Vice President. 

MARK A. GRIPPA, Ripley, Ohio 
B.S. Physical Education. 

MAUREEN M. GULLFOYLE, Wadsworth, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SAMUEL GAINES HACKER, McKinney 

B.S. Elementary Education. Canterbury Club; Baptist Student 

Union; Lincoln County Club; Young Democrats. 

WILMA JEAN HACKER, Manchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



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JOHN BRENT HAIL, Somerset 
B.S. Psychology. 

JIMMY RAY HALL, Garrett 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



NORMA GRACE HALL, Mason, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; YWCA; SNEA; Baptist Student 

Union. 



DONNA MAY HAMILTON, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Pi Kappa. 



JUDITH HAMILTON HANEN, New Albany, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau, Secretary; ACE, 

Vice President; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA. 



TERRI LYNN HARRELL, New Albany, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education. ROTC Sponsor; Alpha Pi Kappa; ACE. 

BARRY LYNN HARTMAN, Carrollton 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 



JUDY CAROL HATTER, Liberty 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



ANNE LOUISE HEISLER, Leola, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER. 



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H. MONTEZ HENDERSON, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi. 

CONSUELLA HENNINGER, Monticello 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; HPER; WRA; Student 

Council; Lambda Phi Omega. 

BURTON HERALD, Quicksand 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LAURA ELIZABETH HERALD, Sebastian's Branch 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

THOMAS JOHN HERDTNER, Mason, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

THELMA HAYES HERRIN, Somerset 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



CONSTANCE MARY HILAND, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Newman Club; Young Repub- 
licans. 



PATSY ROBERTA HOLLAND, Georgetown 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Young Republicans- 

KYMA. 



ANCIL R. HOUNSHELL, Jackson 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



JANET MARIE HOUNSHELL, Jackson 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

DONNA JEAN HOURIGAN, Gravel Switch 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; KYMA; YWCA. 

CHALMER HOWARD, David 
B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club. 

ELAINE CODA HOWARD, Hazard 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

JACQUELINE MILLS HOWARD, Harlan 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA; Student Council; Young 

Republicans; Westminster Fellowship. 

KATHRYN ANNE HOWARD, Prestonsburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

WAYNE LEE HUCKER, Hamburg, New Jersey 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. "E" Club. 

CHERYL LYNN HUDSON, Worthville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



MAURICE JOHN HUDSON, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; Young Democrats; 

HPER. 




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SENIORS 



LYNN PERDUE HUMBLE, Monticello 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrats; SNEA; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 

ONNA KAY HUNT, Brodhead 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

MICHAEL WAYNE HURST, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

HARRIET KAY HUTCHENS, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. MENC; SNEA; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

EDWARD ROBINSON HYDEN, Manchester 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Young Democrats; HPER. 

MARILYNN KAY JACKSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma; KYMA. 

BRUCE O'NEAL JOHNSON, Hustonville 

B.S. Psychology and Healrh and Physical Education. SNEA; HPER. 

JUDY LANE JONES, Jamestown 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

NORMA ETTALENE JONES, London 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Baptist Student Union; WRA; 

SNEA; HPER, President. 



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SANDRA KAY JONES, Richmond, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA; SNEA; Young Republican; ACE. 

THOMAS J. JONES, Germantown, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 



DEANNA ROSE JULIAN, Spirit Lake, Iowa 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



WILLIAM RANDOLPH KEETON II, LOUISA 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; Young Republican. 



JOHN MAURICE KELLER, Covingtjn 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; HPER. 



ROY WILLARD KING, Covington 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club; Student Council. 



TERRY W. KINCER, Neon 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



MICHAEL CARL KING, Erlanger 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



REBECCA SMITH KING, New Albany, Indiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; MILESTONE; Colle- 
giate Pentacle; CWENS. 





KAREN ANN KORNHOFF, Covington 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. KYMA, Secretary; Newman 
Club; WRA; HPER; Kappa Delta Tau; Kappa Delta Pi; McGregor 
House Council. 

JENNIFER SUZETTE LACEY, Richmond, Indiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; Young Republi- 
cans; SNEA. 

NICK A. LADENBURGER, Maysville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

CLARENCE TUGGLE LAMPKIN, Chicago, Illinois 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. "E" Club. 

JAMES ROGERS LANE, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Gamma Delta Tau, Vice President; 

Scabbard and Blade; Kappa Delta Pi; OAK. 

KAREN SUE LAWSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate 

Pentacle; ACE. 

REED ALLEN LEE, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

PEGGY JO LEWIS, Prestonsburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

A. LYNN LOCKARD, Pineville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi, Treasurer. 



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SENIORS 



LINDA LOUISE LYONS, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Young Republicans. 

THOMAS WARD McCANN, Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Psychology. OAK; Psychology Club, President. 

ANNA LOUISE McFARLAND, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Case Hall House Council; SNEA, 

President; ACE. 



SANDRA BRADLEY McKENZIE, West Liberty 
B.S. Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union. 

PATSY WALL McLAREN, Kings Mountain 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

THOMAS HOWARD McMULLIN, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

RITA JEAN MacDOWALL, Elmira, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JOSEPH R. MAHER, Amityville, New York 

B.S. Health and Physical Education and Psychology. HPER. 

JULIANNE E. MANNEN, Hampton, Virginia 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; WRA; Newman Club; 

SNEA. 



JAMES D. MARR, Miami, Florida 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; SNEA. 



NANCY LEE MARSH, Mount Olivet 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



ANITA CAROLE MARTIN, Wheelwright 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



FLORENCE JEAN MARTIN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrats; Baptist Student 

Union; SNEA. 



CATHERINE LOUISE MARINO, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Newman Club. 

GREGORY G. MERRILL, Barnesville, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 



PATRICIA M. MERRILL, Stanford 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



DEONA FAYE MILLS, Evarts 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Young Republicans. 



EILENE MILLS, Independence 

B.S. Elementary Education. CWENS; SNEA. 




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DEBORAH MOBERLY, Walton 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PAMELA ANN MOBERLY, Wilmore 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Kappa Delta Pi; WRA; HPER- 

SNEA. 

BARBARA ANN MOORE, Portsmouth, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA. 

RUTH ANNE FLEMING MOORE, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi. 

SHARON CLARK MOORE, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau, President; Student 
Council; Collegiate Pentode; Kappa Delta Pi; ACE; SNEA; Young 
Republicans; CWENS; Disciples Student Fellowship; KYMA. 

SANDRA SUE MORGAN, Hyden 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



JANET S. MORRISON, Mount Sterling 

B.S. Elementary Education. Burnam House Council, President. 

LOIS FAYE MUFF, Florence 

B.S. Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union, Secretary; In- 

terfaith Council, Secretary and Treasurer. 



EVA SHARON MURPHY, Union City 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



FRANK AMES MURPHY, West Milford, New Jersey 
B.S. Physical Education. Newman Club; HPER. 

JAMES PAUL MURRAY, Beartyville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

THOMAS EDWARD NADLER, Mason, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. KIE; OAK; Kappa Delta Pi. 

PAUL F. NARDUCCI, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA; SNEA; Newman Club; Kappa 

Delta Pi. 

ELIZABETH ANN NEAD, North Bend, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; KYMA. 

KATHLEEN SUE NELSON, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. ROTC Sponsor; MILESTONE; SNEA; 

Young Republicans; Baptist Student Union; ACE. 

DORIS EVELYN NELSON, Campbellsburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

DEBORAH RAYE NEWSOME, Teaberry 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER; Burnam Hall 
House Council; MILESTONE; CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Floyd County Club; SNEA. 

BRUCE T. NIELSEN, Millbrook, New York 
B.S. Recreation. 




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ADRIAN ROBERT NIX, Harlan 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

MADONNA KAYE NOBLE, Ravenna 

B.S. Elementary Education. Clay House Council, Vice President- 
Pi Alpha Theta; ROTC Sponsor; Kappa Delta Tau. 

DIANN BLANTON NORTH, Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; ROTC Sponsor. 

JANE NALL NORTHCUTT, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PHILIP STEPHEN NUTTER, Louisville 
B.S. Psychology. 

ARNOLD CHARLES NYULASSY, Saddle Brook, New Jersey 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. "E" Club. 






CHARLES ORESKOVIC, Cleveland, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 



ROBERT G. OSBORNE Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Sigma Chi Delta, Vice President, 
Treasurer; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; AUSA; SNEA; 
Drum and Sandal; YMCA; Student Court. 



SHIRLEY SUE OSBORNE, Pikeville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Pike County Club; Young Republi- 
cans; Young Democrats. 

AL COSBY PANKE, Berea 
B.S. Psychology. 

CAROLYN PARKS, Smithfield 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Young Republicans. 



MAROLYN PARKS, Smithfield 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



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INEZ BETH PATTISON, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CARL WILLIAM PHARIS, Louisville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

BRENDA SUE POWELL, Conway 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republicans; SNEA; WRA. 

MARILYNN ROSE PRIDDY, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

JOHN DAVID PYLINSKI, Cooperstown, New York 
B.S. Physical Education and Recreation. 

DAVID SAMUEL RANDOLPH, Parksville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

PATTY SUE RAY, Berea 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club. 

VICKI LYNN REEDY, Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education. McGregor House Council; Kappa 
Delta Tau; Lambda Phi Omega, Secretary; SNEA; Young Demo- 
crats; ROTC Sponsor. 

DONNA MARIE REISSER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrats; Delta Theta Pi. 

Seniors Select Invitations 





JOYCE HART REYNOLDS, Highland Heights 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 



MARILYN JANE RHODES, Maysville 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA. 



RHEDA CARROLYN RICE, Prestonburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



RITA DELORES RILEY, Nicholasville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Burnam House Council, Treasurer; 
Sigma Tau Pi; SNEA; Newman Club; ACE; Delta Theta Pi, Sec- 
retary; Young Democrats. 

JAMES ROBERT ROARK, New Boston, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

BRENDA KAY ROBBINS, Union 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA JO RODGERS, Carrollton 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



NEVA JEANNE ROGERS, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



BETTY ANN ROSS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; SNEA. 



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BILLIE CHERYL ROWLETT, Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; KYMA; ACE; MENC. 



MARYANNE ROYSTER, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



JACK PAUL RUNDT, Bellevue 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



NANCY JANE RYERSON, Newfoundland, New Jersey 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



DOUGLAS RYSEWYK, Rochester, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



RITA AUDREY SCHLESS, Norwalk, Connecticut 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

JACALYN CAROL SCHOCH, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JUDITH ANN SCHOULTHIES, Bellevue 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Delta Theta Pi. 

KATHLEEN LOUISE SCHWETTMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President; Col- 
legiate Pentode,- Pi Tau Chi; CWENS; KYMA; Ciruna; Wesley 
Foundation, Secretary; Student Council; Interfaith Council. 



JACK LYNN SCRIBER, Pleasureville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; Henry County Club; 

HPER. 



DIMPLE ROSE SELL, Albany 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARY JOYCE SELTSAM, Danville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. SNEA; Kappa Delta Tau; 

Alpha Pi Kappa; Student Council; HPER; KYMA. 

BARBARA JEAN SHEARER, Midland, Michigan 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle. 

LARRY WAYNE SHEARER, Irvine 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

EVELYN LOUISE SHELLENBERGER, Versailles 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

MARY LUCILLE SHEPHERD, Greenup 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; WRA; Westminster 

Fellowship. 



TOM SHELTER, Winston Park 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. "E" Club; HPER. 



JUDI ELAINE SHIPMAN, Sidney, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; ACE; SNEA; Young 

Republicans. 




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CAROL LEE SIBLEY, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; SNEA; ACE. 

ROBERTA MARIE SIBRAVA, Newburgh, New York 

B.S. Elementary Education. Pi Alpha Theta; Newman Club. 

RITA AAAE SKINNER, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA; YWCA; Fayette County Club. 

PATRICIA ANN SLONE, Hindman 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ANGELA SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



JUDY RHEA SMITH, Florence 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



B. ERNIE SPALDING, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club, President. 

JUDITH ROBERTS SPEGAL, Independence 

B.S. Elementary Education. Collegiate Pentacle; SNEA; ACE. 

DENNIS HUGH SPENCER, Lexington. 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



SENIORS 



REBECCA LEE SPURR, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; 

SNEA; ACE; MILESTONE. 

ELA1N STAMPER, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Young Republicans. 

CHERYL ANN STARNES, Paint Lick 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

VERNELL YOUNG STIVERS, Columbia 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

DONNA JEAN STONECIPHER, Leroy, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Student Council; Young 

Republicans; Wesley Foundation; CWENS. 



SANDRA LEE STRIKER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; Pi Alpha Theta; SNEA; 

KYMA. 



WILLIAM DAVID SWANSEN, Morris, Illinois 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

CHARLES E. SWISHER, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CONNIE LEE SWITZER, Bellevue 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 




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A senior awaits her diploma and the end of her college career. 



Good bye Eastern, Hello World 




JAMES BRENT TACKETT, Eubank 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

RONALD E. TANNER, Erlanger 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

KENNETH LLOYD TATE, JR., Lexington 
B.S. Recreation. 

GARY SYDNEY TATUM, Lebanon 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JOHN R. THARP, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Pershing Rifles; AUSA; Scab- 
bard and Blade; HPER; MILESTONE. 

DONNA JEAN THOBE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; Drum and Sandal. 

RUTH ANNE THORNTON, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Pi Kappa, Vice President; 

KYMA; SNEA; Student Council; ROTC Sponsor. 

SHARON ELAINE THOMAS, Louisville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

SANDRA ELIZABETH TILFORD, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. McGregor House Council, Vice Presi- 
dent; Student Council; MILESTONE, Section Editor; SNEA. 



JUDITH CALDWELL TRAPP, Crestwood 

B.S. Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union; SNEA. 

BETTY EDWARDS TURPIN, Bybee 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

EDNA PENNINGTON VANBEVER, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Kappa Delta Phi. 

ROBERT BRYAN VANHOOSE, Paintsville 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club; Veterans Club; Young Re- 
publicans. 

RODNEY L. VARNEY, Forest Hills 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. KEA; SNEA; HPER; Pike 

County Club. 

DONNA OAKES VOLPE, Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA. 

DAVID EDWIN VON HOLLE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Alpha Kappa Pi. 

DENNIS RANDOLPH WAGNER II, Richmond 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

JO ELLA WALLACE, Burnside 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER. 





SENIORS 



FANNIE JASPER WALLIN, Mount Vernon 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SHERRY ANN WALTERS, Middletown 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Drum and Sandal, President; 

WRA; Student Council. 

DANIEL M. WATT, Atlantic City, New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education. Sigma Chi Delta; MILESTONE; KYMA. 

JESSE WARD, Richmond 
B.S. Physical Education. 

MARY JO WARD, Fairborn, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. WRA; HPER; SNEA. 

JERRY WALTON WARREN, Greensburg 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER. 

JUDITH LYNN WATERS, Barbourville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JAMES DOUGLAS WEBB, Richmond 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

ANNA LEE WESTER, Lexington 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. Alpha Pi Kappa, Treasurer; 

HPER. 



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DEE ANN COCKERHAM WHITAKER, Winson-Salem, North Car- 
olina 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ELAINE HELEN WHITAKER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. CWENS; Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate 

Pentacle, President; Student Council; SNEA; ACE. 

RONNIE GENE WILBURN, Manchester 

B.S. Psychology. Veterans Club; Psychology Club; Young Demo- 
crats; Student Council. 

JAMES RAY WILCOX, Mount Sterling 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. KIE; HPER; SNEA. 

JUDITH ELAINE WILLIAMS, Berea 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LARRY H. WILLIAMS, Louisville 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 

SUE HEEB WILLIAMS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. CWENS; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa 

Delta Tau; SNEA. 



GEORGE R. WILLIAMSON, JR., Booneville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



SAMMYE GLADYS WILLIAMSON, McRoberts 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



SENIORS 



BETTY JEAN WILLOUGHBY, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



CHARLES LEE WILSON, Falmouth 
B.S. Psychology. 



SHERRY LEE WILSON, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



WANDA MASTERS WILSON, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. Drum and Sandal. 



SANDRA SUE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Fleming 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. HPER; SNEA; WRA. 



JUDITH ANN WRIGHT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma. 



KAY ANN WRIGHT, Hillsboro 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



REBECCA SUE YATES, Grundy, Virginia 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; KYMA; SNEA; DRF. 




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Graduate School 




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Graduate School Paces 
University Development 



Masters degree programs appear to be the coming 
thing at Eastern. Enlarging this year to offer a Master 
of Science in Biology, a Master of Arts in Music, and a 
Master of Business Administration, the Graduate School 
is preparing to offer next year a Master of Science 
in Chemistry and a Master of Arts in Geography. In 
addition to the Masters degree program the Graduate 
School also offers Rank I certification for elementary 
and secondary teachers. 

The presence of a graduate school on campus has 
greatly enhanced the idea of further education and 
has encouraged many students to pursue their own 
interests into higher scholarly fields. Contributing to 
other campus developments, graduate students be- 
come teaching assistants to lighten the classwork load 
of professors. Through their need for an extensive 
library, they have promoted expansion of facilities 
and materials of the John Grant Crabbe Library. 




ELMO E. MORETZ, Dean of the Graduate School. 



BILLY SHAW BLANKENSHIP, Crab Orchard 
M. S. Biology. 



STEVEN KENNETH BOTWICK, Spring Valley, New York 
M. A. Education. 



JOHN WILLIAM BRILL, Williamstown 
M. A. History. 



JAMES ROGER CASTLE, Paintsville 
M. S. Biology. 



CHING CHENG CHAO, Taiwan, China 
M. A. Education. 



PHILLIP D. COLE, Lexington 
M. M. Ed. Music Education. 



TERRY CLYDE COLLINS, Erlanger 
M. A. History. 



SHARON KAY CONGLETON, Richmond 
M. A. Education. 



ALMA KAY COODY, Lexington 
M. A. English 




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GLENNA ASBURY DOD, Monticello 
M. A. Education. 



LOUIS MELVYN GIANCOLA, Louisville 
M. A. Education. 



SYLVIA JEAN HARGROVE, Joliet, Illinois 
M. A. English. 



JERRY FONCE HOWELL, JR., Jackson 
M. S. Science. 



JOYCE MARIE LIBBEY, Brookville, Indiana 
M. A. History. 



MICHIKO MATSUMOTO, Tokyo, Japan 
M. A. Education. 



CHARLES EDWARD MUNTZ, Cynthiana 
M. A. History. 



ARTHUR GORMAN POPE, London 
M. A. Education. 



NANCY KAY PRINZEL, Deer Park, Ohio 
M. A. English. 




SANDRA N. ROBERTS, Erlanger 
M. A. Education. 



ANTHONY D. SCARFONE, Massapequa, New York 
M. A. Education. 



LINDA PRESTON SCOTT, Richmond 
M. A. Education. 



JOSEPH PATRICK THOMAS, Richmond 
M. S. Biology. 



JAMES P. WHITE, Crab Orchard 
M. A. History. 



MARTHA SUE WILSON, Richmond 
M. A. Education. 



ROBERT LAWRENCE WILSON, Memphis, Tennessee 
M. A. Education. 



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1968 Hall of Fame 



Honors bestowed upon the recipient of the Milestone 
Hall of Fame award are the highest that a graduat- 
ing senior can have conferred on him. The achieve- 
ment of the honor reflects superior scholarship, lead- 
ership, creative participation in campus activities, 
and a personification of the ideals and goals that 
the University holds in high esteem. Nominations 
for Hall of Fame are made by the senior honoraries 
and the Student Council with final selection being 
made by a secret committee chosen by the President. 

The 1968 Milestone presents Mr. Robert E. Tarvin 
as the newest member of the distinguished Hall of 
Fame. Bob has exhibited superior achievement in 
all endeavors he has attempted. Coming to Eastern 
on a football scholarship, he was an outstanding 
player, being named all-OVC tackle in 1966. Side- 
lined in his senior year because of ill health, he served 
as an undergraduate assistant coach, contributing 
valuable aid to the coaching staff. 

In academics Bob achieved distinction with a 3.82 
overall grade average, while serving as President 
of "E" Club, a member of Kappa lota Epsilon, Omi- 
cron Alpha Kappa, and Who's Who. Bob also served 
as Eastern's representative to the Experiment in In- 
ternational Living, spending last summer in Uruguay. 
As well as receiving the Hall of Fame award, Bob 
was also selected for the Milestone's Honor Roll as 
having the highest point average in, and the greatest 
contribution to, the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Bob's future plans include attending graduate 
school, specializing in Latin American history. 

ROBERT E. TARVIN 
1968 Hall of Fame 




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A member of several organizations, Bob 
is a campus leader. Despite his heavy 
academic schedule, Bob ably served as an 
undergraduate assistant football coach 
for the champion 1967 Eastern Colonels. 







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1968 Honor Roll 



Recipients of the Milestone's Honor Roll award are 
the best in their respective colleges. Not only do 
they represent the highest grade averages in their 
fields, but they also actively display interest in and 
contribution to campus activities, as well as ex- 
hibiting leadership in their college. 

The students cited for the Honor Roll are chosen 
by the respective college deans on the basis of high 
academic standing, leadership, cooperation and 
contribution to their field of study while at Eastern. 




ABOVE: JAMES H. Mc- 
GOWAN, Technology. 
RIGHT: KENNETH R. JEF- 
FRIES, Business. 




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LEFT: BEVERLY D. TILMES, Education. 
LEFT BELOW: GEORGE W. NOE, Arts 
and Sciences. RIGHT BELOW: ROBERT 
E. TARVIN, Arts and Sciences. 





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1968 Milestone Senior Citations 

Awards for Milestone Senior Citations have increased in im- 
portance since their inception four years ago and have come 
to occupy an increasing status among the emulative goals 
that graduating seniors or terminating juniors strive to attain. 

Students cited for Senior Citations have demonstrated ex- 
ceptional ability, achievement, and leadership in their re- 
spective academic or extracurricular fields. Nominated by 
department chairmen, organization advisors, and athletic 
coaches, final selections were made by a committee of student 
and administrative composition. 

Awards were made in the areas of athletics, drama, music, 
religion, speech and debate, student government, student 
publications, and, for the first time, Greeks. 



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Mi/ifary: ROBERT MORR/SON, TOM CONRAD, ROGER LANE, JACK BREWER, CLARK FULLER, ROBERT LONG, 
DONALD SM/TH, JR., FRED ZEPP, ALAN BALDWIN, BOB TSCHUDI (not pictured). 



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Siudeni Government: ELLEN SCHULER, 
JERRY STEWART, WILLIAM McCONNELL, 
ROBERT ABBOTT. 

Athletics: ALAN CHAFLIN, DOUG CORDIER, RON 
ROBY, BILL WALKER, ARNOLD NYULASSY. 



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Senior Citations 



Dromo: SUZANNE ANKRUM. 




Music: DALE POLING, PAT- 
TRICIA GILBERT, JAMES DYKE. 




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Religion: LINDA STRAUSBAUGH, 
NONA CHUHAY. 




Speech and Debate: DENNIS BURROWS, SANDRA HOLDERMAN, ANN BARKER . 



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Senior Citations 



Outstanding Greek Man and Woman: GLENN 
BAUGH, LINDA DETMER. 





Student Publications: WILMA ASBURY, MARSHA SCOTT WEBSTER, ROY WATSON, FRED MULLINS, 
JOYCE HARVILLE. 



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Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 



Students who are recognized as contributing significant- 
ly to their college or university during their educational 
career are honored by receiving membership in the na- 
tional publication Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 

Thirty-seven Eastern seniors were awarded membership 
in the coveted national organization this year. Induction 
into Who's Who is based upon scholarship, leadership, 
extracurricular participation, citizenship, and future po- 
tential. The nominees are selected by a faculty committee 
and final determination made by the national organiza- 
tion. Those who are finally chosen receive a certificate 
recognizing their achievement and their names placed in 
the annual publication of Who's Who. 








ABOVE: WILMA E. ASBURY, Home Eco- 
nomics. LEFT: ALAN R. BALDWIN, Political 
Science. 



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Who's Who 



RIGHT: PHILIP R. COMBS, 
History. BELOW: NONA L. 
CHUHAY, Elementary Educa- 
tion. 




RIGHT: CLARA R. CRAY- 
CRAFT, Business Education 




LEFT: PATRICK JACOVINO, Business. 
BELOW: DONALD J. ERISMAN, 
Elementary Education. 





ABOVE: KENNETH R. JEFFRIES, 
Accounting. RIGHT: STEPHEN R. 
HOLT, English. 




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RIGHT: JAMES R. LANE, JR., Ele- 
mentary Education. BELOW: CAR- 
OLYN M. MURPHY, English. 






ABOVE CENTER: ANN S. MITCHELL, 
English. RIGHT: JAMES H. McGOWAN, 
Industrial Arts. 




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Who's Who 





LEFT ABOVE: STEPHANIE McKINNEY, 
Biology. RIGHT ABOVE: GORDON W. 
JENNINGS, Psychology. LEFT: TRUETT R. 
LEE, Business. 



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ABOVE: RICHARD E. NEWBERRY, Business. 
BELOW RIGHT: GEORGE W. NOE, Physics. 
BELOW LEFT: ROBERT G. OSBORNE, Ele- 
mentary Education. 





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LEFT: DEBORAH R. NEWSOME, Physical 
Education. BELOW: RUTH A. REIBUNG, 
History. 





LEFT: SANDRA W. POWELL, 
English. 



Who's Who 



RIGHT: DARRELL W. R08/N- 
SON, Mathematics. BELOW 
LEFT: BRUCE A. SNIDER, Bi- 
ology. 






ABOVE: DONALD H. SMITH, English. 




LEFT: SANDRA J. ROY, Home Economics. BELOW: 
KENNETH K. SPURLOCK and BRENDA J. HOLT, 
English. 






LEFT: KATHLEEN L. SCHWETTMAN, Elementary Education. 
ABOVE: ELLEN C. SCHULER, English. 



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RIGHT: MARSHA S. WEBSTER, Political Science. 
BELOW: STEPHEN P. WRIGHT, Chemistry. 
BOTTOM: ROBERT E. TARVIN, History. 




Who's Who 






LEFT: STANOLYN G. WILSON, Mathematics. 
BELOW: BEVERLY D. TILMES, Elementary Education. 






LEFT: KEN E. WOODWORTH, Pre-Medicine. 
ABOVE: FREDERICK K. ZEPP, Business. 



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Omicron Alpha Kappa 



Omicron Alpha Kappa is an honorary society 
for junior and senior men who have demon- 
strated character, scholarship, intelligence, and 
leadership. Its members must have acquired and 
maintained an academic standing of 3.4. 

The major project for the year was the orga- 
nization of an academic "college bowl" team 
for Eastern. The society was also active in 
such campus events as orientation of new fresh- 
men, the honors program in the spring, home- 
coming preparations, and making nominations 
for the Hall of Fame. 

Included in its proposed endeavors is making 
an effort to become associated with the nation- 
al senior men's honorary, Omicron Delta Kappa. 




At times like these OAK's president, Gordon Jennings, considers the hours 
spent mastering parliamentary procedure not to have been in vain. 



David Allen 
Alan Baldwin 
Dennis Burrows 
Richard Eads 
Roger Ewing 



Eugene Gray 
Finley Hendrickson 
Pat Jacovino 
Edward James 
Roger Lane 



David Layton 
Thomas McCann 
David Melton 
George Noe 
Ronald Parkey 



Dale Poling 
Paul Pollitt 
Ronald Roby 
James Simpson 
Bob Tarvin 



Ronald Taylor 
Ken Woodworth 
Steve Wright 
Frederick Zepp 
Herbert Zureich 





Carol Abney 
Suzanne Ankrum 
Wilma Asbury 
Barbara Blevins 
Evelyn Capito 
Clara Craycraft 



Carolyn Crump 
Linda Detmer 
Sandra Howse 
Becky Smith King 
Karen Lawson 
Stephanie McKinney 



Regina Miller 
Ann Mitchell 
Margie Mitchell 
Sharon Moore 
Deborah Newsome 
Diana Patterson 



Sandra Roy 
Kathy Schwettman 
Barbara Shearer 
Peggy Struhlreyer 
Marsha Scott Webster 
Elaine Whitaker 



Collegiate Pentacle members chat with Mrs. Robert Martin at a tea for them 
in her home. 




Collegiate Pentacle 

Highlighting the year's activities for Colle- 
giate Pentacle, senior women's honorary, was 
the traditional tapping ceremony of prospec- 
tive members, and later on, the initiation 
banquet at Boone Tavern. Other activities 
included giving a coke party for transfer stu- 
dents during Orientation, decorating the SUB 
for Homecoming, delivering Thanksgiving 
baskets to needy families, giving a tea for 
Dean Ingels and her staff, planning a party 
for Brockton children, and sponsoring a hen 
party for those girls seeking membership 
into the organization. 

Collegiate Pentacle is organized in order 
to recognize those senior women who have 
obtained academic achievement and have 
displayed high standards of leadership and 
character. Membership is afforded to those 
women who have maintained an overall 3.0 
standing for a minimum of 90 semester hours, 
and who have participated in extracurricular 
activities. At the present time Collegiate Pen- 
tacle is in the process of becoming affiliated 
with Mortar Board, a national honorary. 



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Robert Adams 
James Alexander 
James Bryant 
Gary Brueggen 
Don Burkhead 



Michael Cowman 
Stephen Creech 
John Crites 
Mark Gritton 
Terry Gruelle 



Danny Harris 
Charles Hollar 
Michael Hounshell 
William Marksbury 
Chelsea Merrirt 



Robert Monfort 
Michael Munn 
Jerry Necessary 
Jack Phelps 
Robert Zwick 




Kappa lota Epsilon 

Composed of sophomore men who have attained 
a 3.0 or better scholastic standing, Kappa lota 
Epsilon encourages academic achievement and 
renders service to the Eastern community. Nomi- 
nated on the basis of citizenship, scholarship, and 
leadership as freshmen, members are selected by 
outgoing KIE's and a faculty committee. 

Service is the key to the organization's activities. 
Members served as guides during Orientation 
Week, formed an advisory council for assisting 
freshmen with academic problems, and helped 
with decorations for the Homecoming dance. A 
traditional end to the year was the spring banquet. 



One of the highlights of Orientation Week was the freshman talent 
show, co-sponsored by Kappa lota Epsilon. 




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Cwens assist in serving at a tea given for members of their or- 
ganization and Collegiate Pentacle at the home of President and 
Mrs. Martin. 



Cwens 

Mu Chapter of the National Society of Cwens is the 
honorary organization for sophomore women at East- 
ern. Its purpose is to foster leadership, scholarship, and 
fellowship among sophomore women and to help lay 
the foundation for leaders among freshman women. 

During the year, Cwens filled its calendar with a 
wide variety of activities. They served as Orientation 
guides, sponsored the freshman talent show, published 
guidebooks for freshmen, and gave a Christmas ban- 
quet for freshman women. Cwens honored their pledge 
of service to Eastern by working as Homecoming guides, 
assisting with Honors Day, and sponsoring fall and 
spring informal dances. 

Cwens felt that the image they project of Eastern 
will help it to grow and so they engaged in several 
community service projects. Working at the Telford 
Community Center, visiting nursing homes, Christmas 
caroling, and sending baked goods to soldiers in Viet 
Nam kept these girls busy throughout the year. 




Margaret Barnard 
Joy Barr 
Phyllis Byrely 
Debbie Cobb 
Javena Cox 
Joyce Crossfield 



Diane Cruey 
Jovita Dick 
Sharon Goodie! 
Linda Hankins 
Loraine Hauschildt 
Martha Hendrix 



Nancy Hewitt 
Sandy Hinger 
Barbara Jefferies 
Linda Jenkins 
Gloria Johnson 
Kay McNeil 



Rheba Miller 
Jamie Mullins 
Laura Niles 
Sylvia Phillips 
Lee Ratliff 
Gail Rhodes 



Susan Sand 
Candy Stratton 
Kathy Thomas 
Lillian Wells 
Karen Williams 
Phyllis Wright 



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Alpha Psi Omega members discuss technical organization, the basis for a successful dramatic production. 



Alpha Psi Omega, a chapter of a 
national dramatics honorary frater- 
nity, was established to recognize stu- 
dents who have made outstanding 
contributions to the theatre, either 
through performance, costuming, or 
technical activity. 

Alpha Psi Omega members, in con- 
junction with Eastern Little Theatre, 
were responsible for the many fine 
dramatic productions enjoyed by East- 
ern students this year. 

Students who participate in drama- 
tics are awarded points on the basis 
of the type of role, the length of the 
play, or the hours of technical work. 
Membership in Alpha Psi Omega is 
conferred for life. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Harry Thompson, Suzanne Ankrum, Karen Fletcher, Yvonne McDowell, 
Fonda McAlister. SECOND ROW: Rudd Parsons, Carol Watson, Ed Anania, Chris Taul- 
bee. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Peggy M. Stuhlreyer, Barbara A. Blevins, 
Kathy L. Schweftman, Carolyn M. Murphy, Ellen C. Schuler, 
Karen S. Lawson, Nancy Hill. SECOND ROW: Deborah R. 
Newsome, Julia J. Miller, Elaine Whitaker, Tracy L. Harrison, 
Sharon C. Moore, Judith H. Hanen, Marsha S. Webster, Wilma 
E. Asbury. THIRD ROW: Ruth A. Moore, Regina L. Miller, Bar- 



bara J. Shearer, Clara Craycraft, Edna P. VanBever, Sandra 
Roy, Rebecca L. Spurr. FOURTH ROW: James H. McGowan, 
Florence Stratemeyer, Donna L. Pennart, Mabel W. Jennings, 
Linda Strausbaugh, Sue H. Williams, Elizabeth A. Nead, Ken- 
neth K. Spurlock. 




Kappa Delta Pi 



Striving to encourage high professional, intellec- 
tual, and personal standards, Kappa Delta seeks 
out and recognizes outstanding contributions to 
education. 

Organized in 1935 under the Delta Alpha 
Chapter charter, Kappa Delta Pi accepts only 
those students who have a junior standing with a 
cumulative grade average of 3.1, who display 
worthy educational ideals, and who are working 
toward twelve hours in professional education. 

Kappa Delta Pi contributed necessary teaching 
aids to a one-room school in Clay County, Ken- 
tucky, and gave cash awards to a sophomore 
man and woman who demonstrated exceptional 
scholarship and leadership in the field of educa- 
tion. In addition, the organization promoted pro- 
grams of vital interest to student teachers. 



Kappa Delia Pi initiates become full-fledged members when they 
receive their pins. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Tracy Harrison, Donna Johnson, Demphil I, 
Goble, Sandra G. Parsons, Julia H. Miller, Evelyn Capito. SEC- 



OND ROW: Bob Ecton, Mary Lindsey, Erma Roark, Linda Rob- 
erts, Joyce Bush, Clara Craycraft, Donald Erisman. 



Pi Omega Pi 



Organized as the first honorary on Eastern's 
campus, Pi Omega Pi continues to honor 
outstanding students who are interested in 
teaching in the business field. 

Active members must be enrolled in a 
business education curriculum; have com- 
pleted at least three semesters of college, 
including twelve hours in business; and have 
attained a 3.0 academic average in busi- 
ness and education courses. 

Activities of the organization are de- 
signed to enhance the desirability of the 
teaching of business. 




Mr. Charles Bright talks fo Pi Omega Pi members on the importance of 
vocational education in business. 



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Scabbard and Blade 




K Company, 15th Regiment of Scabbard and Blade was 
founded at Eastern in 1964. It became a part of the 
long-established national Scabbard and Blade tradi- 
tion which is dedicated to fostering a sense of loyalty, 
honor, duty, and brotherhood among the members and 
graduates of the advanced cadets of the ROTC pro- 
gram. 



1966 Homecoming Queen, Judy Drake, walks 
iJw&VigSSSHP under the saber arch formed by Scabbard 
■"*'" and Blade as she is introduced at this year's 

''-.TV. '" T -* '- pre-game ceremony. 

Membership in the honorary is limited to those who 
have maintained a 3.0 academic average and who 
have been selected and voted on by the active members. 

Scabbard and Blade conducted pledge initiations, 
sponsored trips to Army posts, and contributed to the 
impressive dignity of the Military Ball and Homecom- 
ing by forming a saber arch. 



BOTTOM ROW: Donald K. Stewart, Ben P. McFall, Jr., Alan R. 
Baldwin, Herbert H. Zureich, Bob G. Osborne, Fred C. Voight, 
James W. Angel. SECOND ROW: William Nixon, Roger Lane, 
Jack Brewer, John Tharp, Dennis Raymond, Danny W. Smith, 



Robert E. Morrison. THIRD ROW: Major William T. Collier, David 
L. Jerome, Donald H. Smith, Jr., David K. Layton, Garrett D. 
Bourne, Leslie E. Butler, Gene Gesele. 




Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 



Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 
is a nationally chartered honorary 
for outstanding students in debate, 
extemporaneous speaking, foren- 
sics, oratory, and responsible public 
speaking. 

DSR-TKA had as its program 
recruiting of notable speakers to 
Eastern's campus, assisting in spon- 
soring the annual British-Eastern 
public debate, and planning the 
campus-wide Weaver and Keene 
oratorical contests for men and 
women. In addition, DSR-TKA mem- 
bers served as discussion and de- 
bate judges for the annual regional 
high school speech festival. 




BOTTOM ROW: Carol Watson, Ann Barker, Sandy Holderman, Karen Fletcher. SECOND 
ROW: Gene Gray, Dennis Burrows, Randy Nolte, Robert King. 



Kappa Pi 



Alpha Alpha Psi Chapter of Kappa Pi, national art fraternity, 
gears its activities to the promotion of potential and professional 
art ability among outstanding students in the field. 

The organization conducts exhibits of work done by students 
and professors in the Art Department. It also aids in bringing art 
exhibit tours to Eastern's campus. This year the group toured 
various art centers throughout the state, as well as studying works 
of renowned artists. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Gittel Chase, Judith Lopazanski, Phronsie Jett, 
Cindy Adams, Guyvonne Tribble, Cheryle Sexton, Barbara Thom- 
as, Connie Cecil. SECOND ROW: Judith Van Arsdale, A. M. Sex- 
ton, Connie Bates, Robert Bell, Dan Morgan, Jean Waters, Garry 



Comley, Christine W. Price. THIRD ROW: Dean Gatwood, Larry 
Wofford, Sharon Tudor, Barbara Spicer, Jean Lane Osborn, Rod- 
ger E. True. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Linda Strausbaugh, Donna Pohlmann, Phyllis 
Engleman, Nancy Hill, Kathy Schwettman, Peggy Stuhlreyer. 



SECOND ROW: Willis Parkhurst, Eugene N. Barnes, Bill Mag- 
gard, Dale Poling, Jerry Hopkins, David Imhoff, James Perks. 



Pi Tau Chi 



Pi Tau Chi, a national religious honorary society, 
recognizes outstanding students who have distin- 
guished themselves by leading Christian lives and 
by exhibiting Christian leadership. 

Membership is granted only to those who have at 
least sophomore status and who have been nomi- 
nated by the members of the campus religious orga- 
nizations. 

Plans were made this year to establish an active 



alumni file. In addition, the group organized a "Com- 
pany of Compassion" as a part of the Laubach Liter- 
acy Foundation's Army striving to increase adult 
literacy at home and abroad. 

Eastern's Zeta Chapter of Pi Tau Chi actively en- 
courages support of and interest in religious orga- 
nizations as a means to a fuller and happier Christ- 
ian life both as a college student and in the years 
after graduation. 



BOTTOM ROW: Rita Needy, Debbie Peters, Sandy Murphy, Peggy Castle. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ronald Parkey, Ed James, Rodger S. Gunn, Gene Gray, D. B. 
Pettengill. 



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Polity Society 



Achieving its objective of promoting schol- 
arship among political scientists, the Polity 
Society devoted its regular meetings to the 
discussion of pertinent political problems. 

Members of the group, who must have 
at least twelve hours in political science 
and a 3.0 average, seek to objectively 
study existing political and governmental 
institutions and find means for improve- 
ment in these areas. 

Activities included a tea for new mem- 
bers at which they were introduced to old 
members and the faculty of the Political 
Science Department. A banquet featuring 
a guest speaker ended the year. 



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Student Government 
Assumes True Role 

Finding itself in the midst of a student body 
beginning to clamor for its rights from a seem- 
ingly static administration, Eastern's Student Gov- 
ernment Association set as its goal for 1967-68 
the provision of a forum through which student 
opinion could be expressed. 

To this end, the Student Council, led by Presi- 
dent Steve Wilborn, went on record as opposing 
the policy of mandatory ROTC for all male fresh- 
men and sophomores. Further committees under 
the auspices of the council investigated several 
of the unpopular administrative policies, such as 
women's hours and classroom attendance, as well 
as determining the validity of reports of alleged 
discrimination. 

During the past year, Eastern's Student Gov- 
ernment finally asserted itself as the authentic 
voice of Eastern students. 




STEVE WILBORN, President of Student Government Association 




BOTTOM ROW: Brenda J. Butler; Jacqueline M. Howard; 
Kathy S. Schwettman; Yvonne C. McDowell; Sandra C. Wilt; 
Toni J. Eastham; Diana R. Rose; Ellen C. Shuler, Secretary; 
Juanita Clark. SECOND ROW; Janet L. Terry; Toni A. 
Kutchback; Elizabeth A. Stultz; Nancy P. Smart; Lucille A. 
Arthur; Laura M. Niles; Sandy L. Todd; Joyce E. Mason; 
Sharon C. Moore. THIRD ROW: Robert M. Carroll; Laurence 



Powell; Donna J. Stonecipher; Jim Pellegrinon; Sylvia L. 
Phillips; Phyllis J. Wright; Martha K. Hendrix; Linda C. 
Phillips; George E. Wyatt; Ronnie G. Wilburn. FOURTH 
ROW: Gregory Z. Davis; Bill Maggard, Jr.; Larry Wofford; 
Ken P. Keebler; Jack B. Cruse; Robert N. Day; Ron C. 
Gorsky; Carl D. Coffee; Richard W. Judson. 





ABOVE: The rustle of white uniforms, 
the penetrating smell of alcohol, and 
the jab of the needle: this all to 
help others. LEFT: The Student Council 
gives every student the opportunity to 
speak out against or for every issue. 



247 



Student Court 




SITTING: Diana F. Cruey; Ruth A. Reibling; Veralyn S. Booth; 
Ted A. Marshall; John M. Cunningham, Chief Justice; Wayne 
E. Glass; Henry H. Maurer; Patsy A. Palmer; Pat A. Burrus. 



STANDING: Robert N. Day; Jerry M. Stewart, Prosecuting 
Attorney; Diane H. Moore; Richard D. Achor; Karen Hender- 
son. 




The traditional decorum of judges does not quite extend to Rat Court. 



248 




The Arts 



College is more than knowledge 
gained from a textbook or learned 
from a lecture. It is a period of grow- 
ing appreciation of the finer things 
in life— a broadening of one's world, 
obtained by contributing time and 
talents to different facets of the arts. 







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RIGHT: Drum and Sandal brings to life Charles Dick- 
ens' "A Christmas Carol." BELOW: Make-up is only 
one behind-the-scene requirement before the curtain 
goes up. BOTTOM: The percussion section leads a 
cadence and chant as the Marching Maroons wait 
to line up for the Inaugural parade. 






Arts Encourage Creative Expression 

Grace and beauty of movement are found not only at a ballet, 
whether it be on stage or in the water, but also on a trampoline. 
College life can be forgotten by seeking the realm of imagina- 
tion the Little Theatre set forth. 

The music produced by and for Eastern students may bring a 
tear to the eye or thrill to the heart, be it the traditional Handel's 
Messiah or the patriotic Star Spangled Banner. 




Amahl offered all he had for what he loved. 



251 



RIGHT: Drum and Sandal displays the Yuletide 
spirit fhrough the movement of o dance. BELOW: 
Lights, death, darkness ... a sense of gaining a 
different personality with each new scene and 
becoming yourself again with each closed curtain. 




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Art Is Found in Varied Forms 





LEFT: Mory Jo Ward exhibits grace and skill before a 
massive Homecoming crowd. ABOVE: Ten seconds before 
the half, some band members find it hard to get their 
minds off the game. 



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Kappa Kappa Sigma Splashes Through Kaleidoscope of Color 



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ABOVE: Kappa Kappa Sigma, through the grace of 
a swim stroke, relates to its audience the events of 
the year. RIGHT: A silent swimmer awaits her cue. 




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Eastern Little Theatre 




BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Melody, Sponsor; Karen Meier; Linda 
Dell'ltalia; Yvonne C. McDowell; Vice President; Sandra K. 
Proctor; Kathy Kendall; Linda Figgins; Kathy Creighton; Fonda 
McAlister; Mr. Harry Thompson, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Martha 
Garland, Secretary; Sara Hammons; Sherry Faulkner; Suzanne 
Ankrum; Karen P. Fletcher; Charlene Marcum; Martha Jo Click. 



THIRD ROW: David M. Kik; Bill Thomas; Claudia S. Shearer; 
Sherry L. Bay; Clarence R. Jones; Ed Anania; Carol Watson, 
President; Robert Carver; Ray Deaton, Treasurer. FOURTH ROW: 
Tony Mannen; Rudd Parsons; Mike Laycock; Russell Mims; Gary 
W. Moore; Jeffrey C. McKay; Steve Stanley; Harold R. Spillman. 



Symphonic Band 




FLUTE: Margaret Carl; Sharon Gabby; Ruth Boley; Terry Hughes; 
Pam Harmon; Bonnie Richardson. PICCOLO: Sharon Collins. 
CLARINET: Bob Lawrence; Glenn Thienel; Sandra Reeves; Nancy 
Graves; Ray Blevins; Betty Harmon; Charlotte Garner; Debby 
Cobb. ALTO CLARINET: Beverly Applegate. CONTRABASS 
CLARINET: JoAnne Bradford. OBOE: Judy Olin; Elaine Whitaker. 
BASSOON: Trent Holtsberry; Raymonde Nicely. ALTO SAX: Bob 
Rymell; Charles Carpenter. TENOR SAX: Dave Stegner; Millie 
Huffman. FRENCH HORN: Gary Adams; Phil Cole; Bob Gregg. 



CORNET: Mike Hounshell; Mike Gerace; Bob Zwick; Rick Klein 
Bob Adams; Julia Ramsey. TRUMPET: Bob Young; Roger Dane 
Steve Myers; Jim Byrnes. TROMBONE: Dan Harris; Dave Duff 
Dennis Ling; Ray Hurt; Lonnie Fields; Dennis Van Horn. BARI- 
TONE: Jerry Freeman; Lewis Baumstark. TUBA: Jim Drake; Dan 
Cooksey; Leon Blanton; John Webb. PERCUSSION: Dennis 
Wheeler; Alex Ceruzzi; Finley Hamilton; Larry Borabeck; Bill 
Jones. DIRECTOR: Gerald K. Gro'se. 



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FLUTES: Diane Carter, Virginia Hunt, Valerie Shaw, Alice Vance, 
Sharon Warner. OBOE: Judy Olin, Liz Wosciehowski. E CLAR- 
INET: Jim Osborn. BASSOON: Larry Hurt, Lester Johnson. CLAR- 
INET: Carolyn Brickey, Nila Bruno, Kathy Fletcher, Dennis Green, 
Mike Kemper, Susan Roller, Cullen Slone, Cheryl Smith, Sandra 
Steele, Debra Van Guilder, Mary Jo Ward. BASS CLARINET: 
Joyce Crossfield. ALTO SAX: Shirlee Booth, Lisabeth Hopkins, 
Mary Owens. TENOR SAX: James Searcy, William Winkler. 
BARITONE SAX: Billy Ratliff. CORNET: Mike Baker, Lloyd Blevins, 
Skip Frank, Gary Gaines, David Hayes, James Lunford, Bill May, 



Bill McFalls, Rita Morgan, James Proctor, Ray Sanders. TRUMPET: 
Michael Crabtree, Jerry Pickerel. FRENCH HORN: John Shorrt, 
Tom Taylor. BARITONE: Michael Barnard, Roger Bluskill, John 
Cissell, Dennis Ling. TROMBONE: Ernest Boardman, Anthony 
England, Gary Glaze, John Lockwood, Jeff McDonald, Doug 
Oatley, Kevin Robertson, Gilbert Shake, Roy Stivers. TUBA: 
Ken Amburgey, Ed Eyre, Steve Fegenbush. PERCUSSION: 
Barbara Chrisman, Don Hull, Jeff McKay, Andy Williams. 
DIRECTOR: Robert W. Hartwell. 



Concert Band 




Band members march onto the stage for the President's Anniversary Concert to present highlights of their 1967 halftime shows. 



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Concert Choir 




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BOTTOM ROW: Shirley A. Childers, Deborah J. Cobb, Jane C. 
Bauer, Mary Presley See, Mary A. Schmidt, David M. Hayes, 
David V. Steidle, David D. Stivers, Robert E. Gregg, Anthony W. 
England, Gary L. Grant, Libbi J. Hopkins, Joy A. Barr, Janet 
Smyers, Rita G. Morgan. SECOND ROW: Mary F. Mitchell, San- 
dra J. Steele, Phyllis A. Grisier, Cheryl A. King, M. Susan Lovell, 
Bonnie Crisp, Danny Hanson, Mark L. Eads, Eric W. Lee, Ray E. 
Hurt, Mike Hounshell, Paul E. Abercrumbie, Reggie G. Walters, 
Joan Steinberg, Daisy Stinson, Margie A. Halcomb, Dody J. Crisp, 
Anne L. Schroder, Idella E. Holt. THIRD ROW: Darla K. Stokely, 
Anita L. Weber, Sherry L. Conn, Sharon K. Wright, Diana Moore, 




Nona Henry, Marie Sears, George W. Noe, Ralph W. Phillips, 
Insco W. Rue, Jim B. Osborn, Gary Glaze, Tom Bonny, Barry 
Benjamin, Amy P. Jett, Linda D. Richter, Marilyn Scroggin, Sara 
Vice, Jo Anne Bradford, Ann Moore, Paula Goins. FOURTH ROW: 
Betty J. Latimer, Sandra L. Shafer, Monna G. Breland, Valerie E. 
Shaw, M. Annette Dyke, Louisa A. Flook, Lucretia J. Reid, Julie 
A. Brumback, Danny A. Forman, Barry W. Carmickle, Floyd R. 
Blevins, Lloyd K. Blevins, Carl D. Holbrook, Jeffrey C. McKay, 
James G. Boyd, Margaret Brock, Shirlee A. Booth, Marty L. 
Adkins, Raymonde Nicely, Virginia Parmley, Patricia A. Gilbert. 




Enthusiasm, seen in every singer's face, is an important part of the music. 



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Chamber Choir 



Concentrated effort leads to the development of 
a pleasing sound. 




BOTTOM ROW: Vicki L. Mullins, David M. Hayes, Phyllis A. 
Grisier, Danny Hanson, David D. Stivers, Joy A. Barr. SECOND 
ROW: Henry C. Harrison, Patricia A. Gilbert, Anthony W. Eng- 
land, Sara Vice, Insco W. Rue, JoAnne Bradford, Robert E. 



Gregg. THIRD ROW: Linda A. Pettigrew, Tom Bonny, Eulane 
Rose, Carl D. Holbrook, Terry Ann Hughes, Jim B. Osborn, 
Susan E. Lovell. 




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Gymnastic Club 




Barney R. Groves, Sponsor; Ray Susong, President; Jerry Baker, 
Vice President; Michelle Connelly, Secretary; Donna Babinski; 
Lannie C. Busey, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Laura A. Kretch; 
Jovita R. Dick; Carolyn Pearson; Elisena M. Turman; Sherry L. 



Smith. THIRD ROW: Donald G. Struve; Butch Belcher; Christy 
Coate; Patty Williams; Judy Sanders. FOURTH ROW: Robert L. 
Cowan; Judge R. Roach; Michael W. Hensley; Paul N. Calkins; 
David E. Stebing; Gene B. Gilbert. 



Kappa Kappa Sigma 



BOTTOM ROW: Dot Kirkpatrick, Sponsor; Haze Randolph; 
Leslie Funk; Mary Ann Kalb, Secretary; Denise Metzger. 
SECOND ROW: Jo E. Edmondson; Patsy Carter; Amy L. 
Young; Toni K. Kutchback, Vice President; June L. Gray. 



THIRD ROW: Kathleen F. Blaut; Martha J. Coleman; Ann L. 
Muskopf; Martha J. Barkley, President; Cecelia Sue Potter. 
FOURTH ROW: Willa A. Fitzpatrick; Dee A. Goff; Linda J. 
Wynn; Judy Wright, Treasurer; Lori Byrne. 




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MESSIAH Chorus and Symphony Orchestra 



MESSIAH'S Conductors and 
Soloists: Donald Henrickson; 
Robert Oppelt; Janette Am- 
boise-Chaumont; Bruce Hoag- 
land. 




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Departmental 



Learning is the vital concern of any institu- 
tion of higher education. And so it is at 
Eastern, but not always does it come from 
the classroom and the library. 

The extracurricular departmental organi- 
zations serve as stimuli for practical, com- 
mon sense implementation of the tools of 
theory which are taught in the textbooks. 
Socially, they offer an avenue for acquaint- 
ances, friendships, and cooperation in ful- 
filling a common goal. 




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These organizations' concerns are evident in 
nearly all social functions such as dances, dis- 
cussions, Homecoming festivities, public debates, 
intramural activities, or entertainment and ser- 
vices at athletic events. 

In addition, these clubs meet regularly to 
discuss issues and problems pertinent to their 
own area of study and interest. The ideas traded 
and originated on these occasions are most 
important in the learning process. 

Thus, it becomes more than a teacher, text- 
book, test, student relationship. Students con- 
tribute and receive from their organization. 
It is an enjoyable yet beneficial diversion from 
the routine classwork and study assignments 
that can become boring, although the worth of 
such duties are not forgotten. 




ABOVE RIGHT: Biology Club members actively take part 
in a protest march against the proposed Red River Dam 
Project. ABOVE: Members of the Home Economics Club 
find that hard labor and long hours are required before 
their Homecoming float is ready for the traditional 
parade. RIGHT: Homecoming parade observers admire 
the beauty of HPER Club's float. 





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Activities Center on Students' Interests 






ABOVE LEFT: Proofreading requires time, but is a vital 
necessity for the final publication of the AURORA, Canter- 
bury's literary publication. ABOVE: Napkin stuffing is an 
important part of producing a Homecoming float, which 
Sigma Tau Phi members discover. LEFT: The correct method 
of transplanting is demonstrated at the Agriculture Club 
Open House. 



263 



International Interest Runs High 



RIGHT: Alpha Zeta Kappa prepares to defeat 
the on-coming British. BELOW: The Ciruna 
crew spends most of its hours trying to plan 
their annual trip to the U.N. 






Caduceus Club sponsors student blood drive 



Accounting Club 




BOTTOM ROW: James A. Fluty, George T. Price, Ronald 
W. Johnson, Charles E. Overstreet. SECOND ROW: 
Harvey K. Faulkner, Roy D. Gash, Nancy D. Green, Wil- 



liam M. Stewart. THIRD ROW: Carl D. Coffee, Stephen 
C. Parks, James B. Farmer, James L. McDaniels, James 
B. Lathrop. 



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Agriculture Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Samuel E. Whitaker, Sponsor; Cecil D. Hays; 
Thomas Blanton; Jimmy Marcum; Roger F. Pilaris; James M. Dause, 
Vice President; Robert T. Brown; Glenn W. Hayes, Sponsor. SEC- 
OND ROW: David L. Butcher; Joe Koger; Hershel Osborne; Victor 
L. Witt; John E. Worth; James E. Sosby; Johnny K. Bohannon. 



THIRD ROW: Frederick E. Hale; William E. Genton, President- 
Gerald L. Galloway; Norman R. Cox; Harold D. Craig; Wythe C. 
Morris; Mike J. Stodghill. FOURTH ROW: Teddy L. Hays; Overt 
L. Tallent; Gary L. McKillip; Michael F. Cowman; Dallas R. Staf- 
ford; William C. Poore. 



Alpha Zeta Kappa 



FIRST ROW: Sandra C. Holderman, Presi- 
dent; Melinda A. Dell'ltalia; Karen Meier; 
Anne D. Stigall; Jimmie Meese, Sponsor. 
SECOND ROW: Randall Nolte, Vice Presi- 
dent; Cindy C. Cericola; Carolyn Huber; 
Marti Freeh; Robert Kiefer. THIRD ROW: 
Tony Mannen; Larry W. Bailey; Steve Stan- 
ley. 




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Association for Childhood Education 




BOTTOM ROW: Elaine H. Whitaker; Sue E. Brown; Wesley K. 
Parker; Judy A. Mills; Connie J. Switzer; Linda J. Carpenter; 
Maureen L. McKinney; Susan D. Greene; Judy R. Spegal; Billie 
S. Harman; Nancy Belew; Miss Ethel Sams. SECOND ROW: 
Linda L. Scott; Judith H. Hanen; Kay Brotzge; Terry Hinkle; Frida 
Smith; Kay Patterson; Carolyn Hesler; Donna C. Bertrand; Rebec- 
ca S. Yates; Lucille Cole. THIRD ROW: Teresa A. Smith; Mary 



A. Kinker; Kay C. Pafr; Ruphenia S. Combs; Georgia M. Thoma- 
son; Ruth A. Thorton; Linda A. Ritchie; Janice J. Etchison; Gail 
M. Souleurette; Barbara A. Alexander; Norma G. Hall. FOURTH 
ROW: Jeraldine Blackburn; Marilyn Rhodes; Suzanne Moorer; 
Joan Berkemeyer; Donna J. Stonecipher; Helen F. Mullins; San- 
dra K. Bryan; Phyllis J. Hollan; Gloria McCauley; Susan 
Churchman. 



Biology Club 



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BOTTOM ROW: Virginia L. Garner; Venita D. Bright; Lois J. bara Burchett; Gustina Hogue. THIRD ROW: James R. Smith; 

Bingham; Barbara E. Lewis; Nancy C. Stigers; Mary McGlas- Charles M. Haynes; Samuel M. Call; Victor L. Wirt, Donald 

son, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Phyllis K. Byrley, Patricia A. R. VanMeter, President; Ken L. Wilson, Vice President; Jef- 

Hughes; Sally A. Adams; Treasurer; Nancy Coffey; Bar- frey M. Williams; Fred K. Mundey. 



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Canterbury Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Teresa K. Hall; Nancy Hill; Lee Shaw; Carolyn 
Lunsford; Sharon Razor; Phyllis Engleman; Ann Kirk; Marsha 
Glasscock; Shirley L. Hayse. SECOND ROW: Janice E. Zerhusen; 
Carolyn M. Murphy; Vicki R. Long; Carolyn Pearson; Jennifer K. 
Arnold; Zola A. Hammond; Sandra W. Powell; Martha Garland; 
Twyla A. Corder; Edwina A. Doyle. THIRD ROW: Barbara J. 



Nickell; Addie L. Murphy; Sandra K. Woods, Linda V. Straus- 
baugh; Sandra S. Hinger; Portia K. Williamson; Carolyn J. Hill; 
Kathy Morris; Yvonne W. Rhodes. FOURTH ROW: Jeffrey C. Bon- 
nell; Joseph A. Moesker; David M. Kik; Nancye L. Hisel; Ethyl 
Floon; Brenda Holt; Maxine Perry; James A. Wihebrink; Ken 
Spurlock. 



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Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Sanford L. Jones; Jimmy T. Barbee,- David L. Lud- 
wick; Lawrence O. Brock; Sally Adams; Nancy Stigers; Jackie 
Schroder; Darwin Edwards; Richard M. Taylor; Dr. John L. Mei- 
senhelmer. SECOND ROW: Marvin E. Bishop; Gregory Z. Davis; 
Ronald G. Poling; Lillian A. Wells; June E. Clayton; Lucy A. 
Slade; Diana Patterson; James Mills; Bruce A. Hale. THIRD ROW: 



Jeffrey P. Okeson; Steven W. Okenson; Bruce A. Snider; Judy L. 
Alley; Diane D. Addington; Virginia L. Garner; Daryl L. Eisen- 
menger; Kenneth E. Woodworth; Floyd D. Hursh; Kenneth G. 
Luxon; Jerald R. Combs; Stephen P. Wright; James B. Lunsford; 
Forest C. Hume. 





Chemistry Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Darnell Salyer, 
Sponsor; John E. Stiefel, Vice Presi- 
dent; Terry Risner, Secretary. SEC- 
OND ROW: Roger G. Ewing; Robert 
D. Thurtell; James A. Mills. THIRD 
ROW: Daniel H. Steeves, President; 
Timothy B. Newland; Jerry A. Led- 
ford. FOURTH ROW: Dennis C. Wil- 
liams, Treasurer; Bruce D. Dod; Ray- 
mond Campbell. 



Ciruna 




BOTTOM ROW: Renee C. Bledsoe; Glennda C. Erbaugh, 
Treasurer; Lynn A. Bowling; Susan Shakib; Dr. S. J. Kim, 
Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Linda K. Coran, Secretary; 
Joyce R. Pipes; Pamela K. Graham; Diana A. Parks; 



Sandy L. Beattie; Shell! Denham. THIRD ROW: Danny S. 
Brackett; Robert K. Jackson; Lynn M. Brothers; Robert L. 
Case; Earl W. Litton; Kenneth L. Houp. 



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Home Economics Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Durham; Janice Madison; Joyce A. 
Tincher; Carolyn A. Russell; Devonda C. Flowers; Linda C. Wil- 
loughby; Calleen D. Moore; Roberta A. Cloyd; Virginia C. Ep- 
ling; Jeanne M. Switzer; Eloise J. McKitric; Carol Davidson; 
Beverley K. Humble. SECOND ROW: Glenda J. Hensley; Peggy 
E. Mahan; Shirley A. Newsome; Jackie E. Whitehouse; Janice 
Begley; Joan C. Whitaker; Christine L. Green, Sandra K. Settles; 
Linda Pando; Phoebe J. Coleman; Brenda A. Dotson; Judy T. 
Bohannon; Mildred C. Cobb; N. Karen Henderson. THIRD ROW: 



Lydia C. Moore; Janet Baker; Nancy Waits, Sissy Baldwin; Wilma 
E. Asbury; Judy Roesch; Linda C. Lyons; Susan C. Ellis; Kathryn J. 
Conrad; Barbara A. Goggin; Donna Bingham; Jeanne Veehe- 
man; Janice C. Jackson; Phyllis Ballou. FOURTH ROW: Jane C. 
Faulkner; Kay Thompson; Linda S. Nichols; Mary H. Johnson; 
Helen J. Winburn; Sharon Burchett; Patricia Brown; Sandra Roy, 
President; Jane A. Pace; Mary Schumacher, Treasurer; Elizabeth 
Turner, Reporter; Jameserta Peyton; Frances A. Martin, Vice 
President; Phyllis J. McQuinn; Lois Sparks. 



HPER Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Pamela A. Moberly; Barbara L. Miles, Secre- 
tary; Sandra S. Wojciechowski; Ann S. Logan; Jovita R. Dick; 
Mary E. White; Sam V. Martons; Rita A. Schless; Linda M. Traut- 
man, Linda K. Spiess; Diana F. Cruey; Sharon C. Jones; Carol L. 
Brassfield; Paulefte Corns; Janet Meyer. SECOND ROW: Larry 
L. Belcher, Treasurer; Elaine Summa, Sponsor; Elizabeth Stutlz; 
Sarah Girvin; Larry Shearer; M. Lucille Shepherd; Wanda M. 
Wilkerson; L. Jeannie Gross; Phyllis Miles; Merry Hoffman; 
Greg T. Morquis; Jack L. Emsuer; Kathy McMillin; Mary E. Ball; 



Rita McGinnis; Linda Susong, Vice President; Sue Hall; Susan 
Tucker; Susan E. Burch, Kathy L. Wilson. THIRD ROW: Terry A. 
Richard; Ron T. House; Adrian R. Nix; James D. Ashman, Presi- 
dent; Neill R. Day; Steve Templeton; Thomas M. Swartz; W. 
Michael Moore; Tom V. Shetler; Charles F. Froebe; Larry W. 
Branstetter; Ray D. Saylor; Jack D. Pylinski; Robert D. Brasing- 
ton; James A. Fitch; Bob Siebel; Bill J. Wayman; Arthur L. 
McLaughlin. 



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Industrial Education Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Robert L. Smith; John L. Underwood; Robert J. 
Wagner; Warren A. May; Garland W. Wilson; Joe T. Balmos; 
Gary B. Norman; Robert E. Cooper; Patrick H. Kilroy; Daniel A. 
Cummins; Gary F. Glass; Ralph Estes; Carolyn E. Lutes; Barbara 
J. Columbia; Danny E. Walls; John H. Scarborough; Roy L. Chap- 
man. SECOND ROW: Damon R. Pence; Matthew F. Barsotti; 
Michael A. Bolte; Jerry W. Archer; David Cheney; James Crouch, 
President; Field W. Liter; Gene Ungruhn; Jerry C. Ross; William 
E. Simpson; Joseph E. Layman; Damian F. Abell; Ron C. Gorsky; 
Richard Lise; Keith A. Anderson. THIRD ROW: Jerry R. Scott, 



Treasurer; Thomas C. Harvey; Donnie R. William; John R. Motley; 
William C. Zwick; Douglas Roberts; Danny W. O'Neal; John C. 
Leakke; Darrell R. Green; David Kincaid; T. Dwaine Riddell; 
James E. Simpson; Ted A. Stuber; Roger D. McKinney; Durward 
R. Center; Michael D. Leach; Joseph D. Riley. FOURTH ROW: 
James B. Caywood; E. Michael Gabbard; Robert C. Trenz; David 
P. Duvall; David B. Bannister; Larry H. Cook; George R. Karnes; 
Dennis D. Scarbrough; Thomas W. Schultz; Harry D. Wood; Rob- 
ert A. Gross; Max L. Doty; Wayne Skaggs; Louie L. Ames, Allen 
H. Goodrich, Jr.; Carl Brewer. 



Sigma Tau Pi 




BOTTOM ROW: Fred A. Engle; William D. Noel; Larry R. 
Bottom; Linda M. Schradin; Charlotte Johnson; Donald Fris- 
man; Kathy Colwell; Myrna Janes; Susan Angerosa, Treasur- 
er; Karen Garvin, Vice President; S. Gail Parson; Janice A. 
Pope; David Walters; Edsel R. Mountz. SECOND ROW: Har- 
vey K. Faulkner; Ralph Rollins; Sandra Reed; Diane H. 
Moore; Pamela C. Grim, Secretary; Donna J. Nichols; Char- 



lotte Fuson; Janet E. Long; Karen J. Horrar; Linda Welch; 
Linda Roberts; Donna F. Johnson; Bruce Young; Jerry M. 
Edwards. THIRD ROW: Paul R. Pollitt, President; Donald G. 
Sosbe; James D. Prather; Jon M. Grim; Raymond B. Combs; 
Roger L. Simpson; Carles B. Peace; Jeff D. Roper; Danny S. 
Sexton; Carl D. Coffee; William Jameson; Oran S. McFarlan. 



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SNEA 




BOTTOM ROW: Sandra S. Hinger, Secretary; Anna McFarland, President; Kathe Yacabone, Vice 
President; Marianne Whitacre, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Ron C. Gorsky; Paul F. Narducci. 



WRA 




BOTTOM ROW: Patricia A. Johnson, Sponsor; Doris J. Miller; 
Ella Hulett; Carolyn Naticchioni; Betty Cox; Cathy L. Sullivan; 
Jane Hammond; Nancy Nuhn. SECOND ROW: Anne L. Heisler; 
Deborah L. Woodside; Pamela A. Moberly; Kate Y. Arlinghaus; 
Linda Nelson; Pat Nichols; Peg Poynter. THIRD ROW: Sandra 
Martin, Secretary; Gail S. Reedy; Willa A. Fitzpatrick; Evelyn 



Schellenberger; Dianna K. Scott; Phyllis Hollan; Susan Burch; 
Lorraine Stark. FOURTH ROW: Donna L. Wolfe, Vice President; 
Kathy L. Wilson, Treasurer; Martha Hendrix; Julianne Mannen, 
President; Linda Ivan; Linda G. Nunn; Linda L. Griffin; Marsha 
D. Friedhoff. 



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Greek: 




Greeks on Eastern's campus have initiated a new 
way of life. No longer is there the prevalent 
restricted attitude of individual existence formerly 
common to Eastern. Greeks have added that all 
important unity. It kindles a bond that is everlasting 
and engenders a spirit of working toward common 
goals. 

More than parties and pins, Greeks serve as the 
cohesive link which correlates a meaningful and 
memorable college career for its men and women. 
Through the ties of brotherhood and sisterhood, 
Greeks represent healthy social, moral, religious, 




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ABOVE: If enthusiasm added points to the scoreboard, the Colonels wou/d 
always be on top. TOP RIGHT: Anything goes, but she may have trouble 
in the locker room. 




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Spirit Sparked by Socials 

Greek enthusiam sparked school spirit to a fever pitch this year. 
Running the ball to Morehead and forming an arch for the foot- 
ball players were samples of the activities the Greeks organized. 
The Greeks also transformed Homecoming into an extravaganza 
of kaleidoscopic colors, sights, and sounds. 





TOP: Man, look at those ankles! LEFT: Fraternities give the 
Colonels just what they need— plenty of support. ABOVE: 
As the University spirit grows, so grow its mascots. 



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RIGHT: The Greeks form a pathway hoping it will become the 
road to victory. BELOW: It's a clog's life! People just do not 
realize an official mascot should be able to see the game. 
BOTTOM: An air of intense expectation pervades the atmo- 
sphere as the fans watch the Colonels' next play. 







BELOW LEFT: The finished product does not show the frustra- 
tion, aggravation, and jubilation that brought it into existence. 
BELOW RIGHT: Industry and ingenuity rank high in the con- 
struction of floats during Homecoming. 



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A Floor in Lieu of a House 

Jocular associations, remembered experiences and comaradie will always 
be the elements that endear dorm life to each and every student. This 
was especially true of the Greeks because this year the fraternities and 
sororities had individual floors— their floors, their homes. 









TOP: Dorm life must integrate a successful combination of study and 
relaxation. LEFT: BOX actives are known for the artistic interior deco- 
ration of their dorm rooms. ABOVE: Music— people type by it, exercise 
by it, and some even study by it. 



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BELOW: If an Alpha Chi Lambda pledge gets through this, he de- 
serves to become an active. LEFT: Attending church becomes an 
integral part of fraternity life. 




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ABOVE: Each pledge hopeful asks the gypsy to look into the 
crystal ball to see what her Greek future might be. ABOVE 
RIGHT: "We/come, honorable rushees, into humble home of Delts." 
RIGHT: Greek Day is one of impressions— good and bad. 




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Rush a Time of Welcome 

Rush was a time of estatic joy, steaming frus- 
tration, and sheer exhaustion. New faces 
were encountered and remembered. Choices 
were made, dreams fulfilled and shattered. 
This gamut of emotions made up the scintil- 
lating quality of rush. 



ABOVE: A root'n, toot'n, shoot'n time develops when 
Alpha Pi Kappa goes West. LEFT: Customs, traditions, 
and the every day life of an AXI are revealed to pro- 
spective pledges on Greek day. 



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Soon the parlies will be over- then there is a night of waiting, waiting. 




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Pledges— A Group Apart 

Pledges constituted a group apart. For the pledges, 
stamina, patience, and fortitude were essentials. Possess- 
ing these qualities were necessary for survival. Upon 
culmination of this period, the pledges became another 
group apart— Greeks. 




LEFT: So an active decides to harrass you. You enjoy it or else. 
ABOVE: "Gimme' my little red wagon, you no good pledge." 



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RIGHT: Egg on the face isn't unusual, but in the 
ears and under the arms too? BELOW: Pledges 
earn money by shoe shines, car washes, shoe 
shines, carrying books, shoe shines, selling apples 
—and there's always shoe shines. 





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LEFT: Sometimes a GDT pledge feels as if the whole world's deserted him, but 
there is still someone left who cares— Joson. BELOW: Twiggys they aren't. BOT- 
TOM: With customers like these, what BOX pledge wouldn't sell apples. 







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Socials Serve Others Than Themselves 



Although the party image is the one which is usually associated with 
Greeks, the core of their activities is service centered. Throughout 
the year, Eastern's fraternities and sororities gave willingly of their 
time, talent, and money to fund-raising drives, to the underprivileged 
of the Richmond community, and to their fellow students, thereby 
enriching their world and themselves. 





ABOVE: Being able to help a child is only one of the characteristics 
of the adult. LEFT: The parts must inevitably give rise to the whole. 
BELOW: Giving is only the first step toward curing childhood diseases. 




Inter-Fraternity Council 




BOTTOM ROW: Tom Conrad, Ken Putnam, Frank Campo, Joe 
Pickett, Dennis Day, John Ingram. SECOND ROW: Ken Wood- 
worth, Steve Okeson, Tom Crotty, Bill Barrett, Lindy Riggins, 



Ted Marshall. THIRD ROW: Rick Dyer, James Culbertson, Lew 
Ponder, Ron Braun, Michael Pahner, Jim Gross, Andy Sawyer, 
Allen Brelsford, Bill Wall. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Martha Barkley, President; Pat Newell, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Cris Brewer; Carolyn Campbell, Vice President. 
SECOND ROW: Susan Irish; Sharon Jones; Betty Molyneaux; 



Sharon Razor; Kathy Phillips. THIRD ROW: Joyce Mason; Janet 
Terry; Ruth Reibling; Pat Sipes; Linda Phillips; Ruth Thornton; 
Carolyn Barnhart. 



Alpha Chi lota 



President TED MARSHALL 

Vice President TED HOLCOMB 

Secretary RICHARD ACHOR 

Treasurer RON BRAUN 



Jim Angel 
Jim Ashman 
Doug Bales 
Thomas Binford 
Ron Braun 



Joe Brown 
Bill Chaney 
David Coafes 
Ralph Cox 
Carliss Crowe 



David Cupp 
Robert Divosevic 
Mark Draskovic 
Alex Dumin 
Mike Eads 




Frank Flint 
Bill Friend 
Chuck Froebe 
John Haje 
Danny Hill 



Eddie Maggard 
Ted Marshall 
Thomas Musgrave 
Jeff Okeson 
Steve Okeson 



Phil Powell 
Joe Prats 
Vince Rosenthal 
David Shaw 
Harry Sipple 



Ross Snyder 
John Spriestersbach 
John Ware 
Dennis Williams 




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President RANDALL NOLTE 

Vice President JIM BLAKE 

Secretary GEORGE WOLSKI 

Treasurer JON SHARPE 



Alpha Chi Lambda 




Charles Adams 
Gary Amburgey 
Willard Bates 
James Blake 



Paul Buckholz 
Dennis Burrows 
Randy Byrd 
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John Heinisch 
Ben Hek 



David Imhoff 
Fred Irtz 
David Jones 
Rob Kumler 



David Lowe 
Michael McClain 
Skip McFarlan 
John Mautner 



Randall Nolte 
Dennis Nolting 
Joseph Pickett 
Ronald Poling 



Ivan Scholl 
Jon Sharpe 
George Wolski 



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Alpha Kappa Pi 



President RICHARD DYER 

Vice President KENNETH LAWSON 

Secretary KENNETH SPURLOCK 

Treasurer WILLIAM WALL 



Edward Anania 
Dana Bailey 
Michael Blackbu 
Rufus Brown 
William Brown 



Donald Buehler 
Richard Dyer 
Gary Goodan 
David Krasinski 
Kenneth Lawson 



Bruce Lewis 
David Lodwick 
David Martell 
Michael Pahner 
Duane Parsons 



Norbert Rawe 
Hiram Slawter 
Stephen Smith 
Kenneth Spurlock 
David Von Holle 



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the community center. 




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Alpha Pi Kappa 




Carol Abney 
Karen Akin 
Carolyn Barnhart 



President NANCY LEWIS 

Vice President RUTH THORNTON 

Secretary TERRI HARRELL 

Treasurer ANN WESTER 



Marilyn Barnhart 
Lana Bentley 
Sue Benton 



Ann Burk 
Jo Burness 
Carolyn Campbell 



Willie Eaton 
Terri Harrel! 
Debby Hughes 



Sharon Jones 
Nancy Lewis 
Nancy Martin 



Melody Phillips 
Phyllis Taylor 
Ruth Thornton 



Ann Wester 




APK sisters entertain rushees with dance hall 
hospitality. 



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President GAYLE BAILEY 

Vice President .... DOUG TREADWAY 

D~l-* Or»^:^^^« CW. Secretary BILL BARRET 

beta V^JmiCrOn \JC\\ Treasurer ROSS RICE 




Beta Omicron Chi begins at the foot of the job. 



Gayle Bailey 
Bob Cairns 
Bob Egan 
George Harlow 
Bob Horton 
Mike Jeffries 



Jim Kurz 
Jim Martin 
Dan Mellul 
Lou Pieczonka 
Jack Rench 
Lindy Riggins 



Ron Roby 
Doug Treadway 
Dan White 




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Delta Theta Pi 



President LINDA DETMER 

Vice President .... BEVERLY WESTMAN 

Secretary JUDY SCHOULTHIES 

Treasurer LYNN LOCKARD 




Pat Abney 
Marty Barkley 
Sandy Blazer 
Jane Cairns 
Charlotte Callihan 
Donna Colton 



Raynelle Combs 
Wanda Cox 
Ltnda Detmer 
Sandy Diltz 
Linda Etkin 
June Gray 



Shirley Hayse 
Sandee Howse 
Jette Howard 
Becky King 
Karen Kleckner 
Lynn Lockard 



Sherri McCarry 
Rita McGinnis 
Merle Metelits 
Denise Metzger 
Kristi Milligan 
Betty Molyneaux 



Laura Niles 
Sue Anne Owens 
Donna Pennard 
Judy Phillips 
Kathy Phillips 
Sharon Razor 



Rita Riley 
Judy Schoulthies 
Becky Spurr 
Mary Stephens 
Brenda Thompson 
Beverly Westman 



Sandy Winter 
Jane Woods 



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James Aitkin 
Glenn Bough 
Ronald Burgess 
Richard Burks 
Guy Colson 
Brian Cooper 



Terry Cottengim 
Carlton Ray Crosier 
Thomas A. Crotty 
James Culbertson 
Nc-ill Day 
Perry Elwood Fowler 



Don Howard 
James Lane 
Michael W. Nantz 
Tilden A. Poe 
Ken Robey 
William Ross 



Richard Lee Sellman 
Steve B. Statzer 
Bill Stoess 
Ronald Taylor 
Ray Welsh 
Jim White 



Mike Wills 
Richard D. Wood 




Gamma Delta Tau 



President GLENN BAUGH 

Vice President . . . RONALD TAYLOR 
Record Secretary . . . JAMES AITKIN 
Treasurer DON HOWARD 



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Robert Eugene Adams 
Danny Robert Bartley 
Ken Berry 



Thomas Peter Bouma 
Allen Kent Brelsford 
Lawrence McCallum Burrows 



Eustace Allen Butler 
Ransom Clark Chamberlain 
Ronald Charles Christensen 



Byron Lee Collins 
Harry Hannah 
Mike Hay 



Dennis William Kelley 
William E. Lesak 
James Lowell 



Scott McBrayer 
Darryl Monroe Mink 
Danny Walker Mitchell 



Michael E. Nygeen 
Greg Rhodus 
Andy Sawyer 



Robert Alan Wartschlager 
Robert William Young 



Kappa Tau Epsilon 



President . 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Secretary . 



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DANNY BARTLEY 
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Lambda Phi Omega 



President .... CHRISTINE BREWER 
Vice President . . YVONNE McDOWELL 

Secretary VICKY REEDY 

Treasurer LILLIAN WELLS 



Jean Burton 
Donna Cailey 
Mlchele Denham 
Martha Garland 
Consuella Henninger 
Linda Locknane 



Sharon McBride 
Yvonne McDowell 
Joyce Mason 
Opal Mills 
Sue Moberly 
Diane Moore 



Patsy Palmer 
Mary Ratliff 
Vicky Reedy 
Ruth Reibling 
Suzanne Scola 
Lillian Wells 




Lambdas cheerfully lend a helping hand to clean a play area for Richmond's children. 





Pi Alpha Theta put Snoopy head and shoulders above other floats. 



Pi Alpha Theta 



President .... SUSAN IRISH 
Vice President . CINDY CERICOLA 
Secretary . . . SANDY STRIKER 
Treasurer . GEORGIA THOMASON 




Janet Angel 
Margaret Baldwin 
Marlene Boothe 
Linda Brown 



Linda Davis 
Debbie Dawkins 
Nancy Ehrenberg 
Anna Jackson 



Carol Johnson 
Carol King 
Patricia Newell 
Linda Nunn 



Brenda Sandker 
Patricia Sipes 
Brenda Smythe 
Patricia Swango 



Vicky Tanner 
Judith Wiglesworth 



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Ken Amburgey 
Ron Baker 
Rick Burns 
Bill Burris 
Tom Carey 
Tom Conrad 



Bill Crane 
Dennis Ellis 
James Fawley 
Wayne Glass 
Pat Jacovino 
Ed James 



Sigma Chi Delta 



President ED JAMES 

Vice President . MIKE CUNNINGHAM 
Secretary ... PAT JACOVINO 
Treasurer .... BOB OSBORNE 





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"Hey, buddy, wanna' shot?— and make mine a double/' 



Richard Judson 
Gary King 
Glenn Mason 
David Melton 
Mike Munn 
Bob Osborne 



Frank Seale 
Jerry Stewart 
Steve Wilborn 
Phil Woodatl 
Fred Zepp 




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Military 



While many college students are reaching the pub- 
lic mind through sit-ins, draft card burnings, and 
anti-war demonstrations, one element of university 
life, deserving of commendation, is often pushed 
into the background. This segment of the college 
population, the members of military organizations, 
realize that they must make themselves capable of 
leading men to war's end rather than complaining 
about war's existence. Dedicated to their belief, they, 
through a variety of activities, prepare themselves 
to cope with a world of reality instead of building 
a world of idealism. 




Officially ifs Pershing Rifle Pledge Week; com- 
monly it's called "Hell Week." During this period 
these insignificant "little" people— in the actives' 
eyes— perform chores normally done by actives. 
Pledges are assigned any menial task that an 
active orders, from scrubbing the floor with a 
toothbrush to shining their superiors' shoes. Physi- 
cal fitness, demonstrated through the number of 
push-ups a pledge is able to do, is also stressed. 

Counterguerrilla Raiders take a different ap- 
proach to pledging, emphasizing rigorous physical 
exercise and combat training. Pledges are en- 
couraged to excel and above all to defeat the 
actives. 

The seemingly rough nature of these pledge 
periods actually has a very significant purpose, 
for the most important aspect of the entire ex- 
perience is the feeling engendered in the pledges. 
Something inside says that he must do what is 
demanded and so he performs well. But more than 
this is the bond of friendship which is formed 
among the members and almost members of the 
organization. The feeling is climaxed the day the 
pledge receives his cord. He is frightened, but 
ecstatic. He has succeeded. He is now an active. 

New Counterguerrilla Raiders receive their cords during a 
solemn ceremony. 




Becoming a Pershing Rifleman means physical training 



acknowledging the superiority of actives 




Pledge Activities Reap New Members for PR's and CG'< 




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Counterguerrilla Raiders demonstrate band-to-hand combat techniques to prospective members. 



a burial detail 



and receiving that cherished blue and white cord. 




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RIGHT: A CG develops proficiency in the art of 
repelling. BELOW: Orientation Sunday brings 
questions from parents and answers from a help- 
ful PR. BOTTOM: Military Day ceremonies were 
capped with the firing of the ROTC cannons. 






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Military Activities 
Service Oriented 



Members of the Pershing Rifles, Counterguerrilla Raiders, 
Association of the United States Army, and the young women 
who are members of the ROTC Brigade, do not keep to 
their own world, but volunteer their services to the com- 
munity around them. 

PR's and CG's offered the guiding hand that directed 
and installed freshmen into their new homes and provided 
the pointing finger that helped their fellow students through 
the miasma of registration. In December the ROTC Sponsors, 
Counterguerrillas, and Pershing Rifles represented Eastern 
in the Governor's inaugural parade. 

In March the Military Ball, climaxed by the presentation 
of Queen Athena, was a gala occasion in the finest tradi- 
tion of the military. Arched sabers, uniforms bedecked with 
shining brass, and lovely ladies splendidly arrayed made it 
one of the major social events of the year. 



A puzzled registrant seeks the aid of a CG guide. 




Representing the mare attractive aspect of Eastern's ROTC Brigade, the Sponsors pass in review at the Governor's .naugurat parade. 



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AUSA 




The highlight of the Military Ball, sponsored by AUSA, is the introduction of 
the retiring Queen Athena and crowning of the new queen. 






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BOHOM ROW: Carl M. Dozier; Richard C. Sobanski; Ronald 
Campbell; Steve W. Fardo; William R. Hils; James E. Beasley; 
Robert J. Givin; William W. Tremper. SECOND ROW: Ronald 
D. Boyd; Robert D. Fink; Thomas W. Schultz; Kenneth W. Robey; 
Stephen R. Miller; Eric W. Lee; Earl D. Warren. THIRD ROW: 
David F. McKinney; James L. Gano; John R. Tharp; William J. 



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Brewer; Kent A. Mason; Gerrit A. DeJager; Thomas E. Conrad, 
Company Commander; Raymond A. Bricking, Jr. FOURTH ROW: 
William V. Farrell; Jack L. Phelps; Robert F. Sprague; William 
Whitlow; Richard W. O'Connell; Larry L. Arnett; Michael E. 
Ireland. 



Counterguerrilla Raiders 




BOTTOM ROW: James Beasley, Alan Aubrey, Terry Florence, William Hils, Larry 
Arnett. SECOND ROW: Kent Mason, Raymond Campbell, Richard Sobanski, James 
Ellison. THIRD ROW: Sonny W. McNamara, Richard Davidson, Frank McMullen. 
FOURTH ROW: William Boner, Eric Lee, Steve Miller. FIFTH ROW: William V. 
Farrell, Robert Fink, Thomas Schultz, William Witlow, Jack Collins. 




Captain Miller demonstrates proper hand posi- 
tions for a CG learning to cross difficult terrain 
features. 



ROTC Sponsors 




BOTTOM ROW: Sandy House, Karen Kleckner, 
Lana Bentley, Joyce Lee, Sandy Reeves, Nancy 
Lewis. SECOND ROW: Beverly Humble, Debbie 
Hall, Donna Babinski, Anita Suro, Joyce Mason. 
THIRD ROW: Vicki Reedy, Ruth Wilson, Annette 
Poynter, Ruth Thornton, Bobbie Brittain. FOURTH 
ROW: Madonna Noble, Jane Danahe, Kay Gor- 
ley, Pat Lynch, Geneen Decker. FIFTH ROW: Terri 
Harrell, Sue Benton. SIXTH ROW: Yvonne Honey- 
curt, Pat La Rosa, Jane Dunn, Brenda Smyth. 



Pershing Rifles 



Commander DARRELL HALCOMB 

Executive Officer DAVID McKINNEY 

Finance Officer JOHN BRASSFIELD 



John Brassfield 
Michael Cowman 
John Crites 



Carl Dozier 
James Gano 
Reuben Hacker 
Darrell Halcomb 
Paul Hay 
Mike Hollar 



Carl Holt 
Lonnie Jones 
Barry Marshal 
David McKinney 
Allan Muncy 
Donald Nalley 



Chip Osborne 
David Phelps 
John Pickarski 
Thomas Pinkerton 
Mark Poole 
Roy Stivers 



Raymond Straviski 
Larry Taylor 
John Tharp 
James Thurman 
Timothy Tillson 
Jack Whitney 




Displaying precision handling with rifles, the Pershing Rifles Suicide Squad performs at halftime. 




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Religion 



Students who are interested in the combined 
development of their mental, physical, social, 
and spiritual being can go to parties, picnics, 
dances, conferences, and retreats provided by 
the religious groups of the University. Religion 
is brought to the students on campus by the 
many different organizations sponsored by 
various denominations. Some groups have build- 
ings near campus where the students can go 
for Christian fun and fellowship. Many of the 
churches downtown open their doors to the 
groups and encourage them to participate in 
the life of the church. 




Religious Groups Exemplify 
Spirit, Fellowship, and Hope 

RIGHT: With a deadline to meet, DSF students labored 
nightly on their contribution to the Homecoming parade. 
BELOW: Westminster Fellowship spread Yuletide cheer by 
caroling at Christmas time. 





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No matter what the religious beliefs of any student are, 
there is a group on campus to fit his needs and to give 
him a chance to serve his church and the college com- 
munity through a variety of meaningful activities. 




TOP LEFT: Lutheran students channel a portion of fhei'r energy info 
the pathway of song. LEFT: The annual Mardi Gras Dance provides 
students with a fun filled evening and the excitement of crowning 
a new queen. ABOVE: Sunday evening dinners precede stimulating 
group discussions at the Episcopal Canterbury Club. 



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RIGHT: "Harmony Among Religions" was the theme of the Thanksgiving Interfaith Con- 
ference. TOP: The Baptist Student Union provides after-the-game parties to alleviate 
everyday campus life. ABOVE: The Wesley Foundation allows its members nourishment 
for body and soul. 




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Student Interfaith Counci 




BOTTOM ROW: Nona L. Chuhay; Colleen D. Moore; Nancy 
Hill; Helen F. Mullins; Lois F. Muff, Secretary-Treasurer. SEC- 
OND ROW: Donald L. Batch, Sponsor; Dennis R. Nolting, Vice 
President; Bill Maggard, Jr., President; Dale A. Poling. 

Baptist Student Union 




BOTTOM ROW: Susangay G. Taylor; Juanita Clark; Sharon J. 
Curtis; Patricia J. Farris; Judy E. Engel; Vicki L. Mullins. SECOND 
ROW: Twyla A. Corder; Pamela J. Strunk; Jeanne I. Cooper; 
Audrey Taylor, Secretary; Regina L. Miller; Mary Jo Thornton; 
Sylvia L. Phillips. THIRD ROW: Brenda Holt, Publicity; Margaret 
Skaggs; Ann F. Clemmons; Sherry L. Bay; Margie Halcomb; Kathy 
Kearns; Cheryl A. King; Lois F. Muff. FOURTH ROW: Jerry W. 



Delaney; Tony Elam; Lawrence L. Hopkins; Carolyn S. Litteral; 
Margaret E. Mitchell; Floyd R. 3levins; Lloyd K. Blevins; Raymond 
Pinson, Jr. FIFTH ROW: David R. Vickers; Larry R. Underwood; J. 
Ralph Rollins; George G. Wilson III; Gary R. Franklin; Ralph W. 
Gilbert, Jr.; Stephen R. Fegenbush; Dwight K. Lyons, Campus 
Minister. SIXTH ROW: Robert W. Morgan, Jr., President; Jeffrey 
C. McKay; Jerry M. Campbell. 



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Disciples Student Fellowship 



BOTTOM ROW: Ernest L. Boardman, President; 
Neville L. Blakemore; William L. Long. SEC- 
OND ROW: Linda Ross; Nancy Harkleroad; 
Carol S. Adams; Norita Curry, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 




Episcopal 
Canterbury Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Marsha L. Kovac; 
Donald J. Erisman, Secretary; Jo Ann 
Hairston. SECOND ROW: Jane E. 
Smith; Sandra J. Roy; Sarah J. Gir- 
vin. THIRD ROW: W. Vance Smith; 
C. Jeffrey Bonnell; Ron C. Gorsky. 
FOURTH ROW: L. Laurence Powell, Jr.; 
Allen E. Ragan, Sponsor. 




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Lutheran Students 



BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ann Kalb; James 
Perks, President; Donna L. Pohlmann, 
Secretary. SECOND ROW: David E. Im- 
hoff; Linda J. Strausbaugh; Karen J. 
Schmidt, Publicity; John E. Heiderich, 
Student Council. 



Newman Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Joe Howard, President; Brenda J. Sandler; 
Kathleen Simon; Lynne J. Sunderland; Sandra L. Striker; Cathy 
J. Brown; Jeanne Howard; Sue A. Sharum; Carolyn E. Engel; 
Mary E. Riley; Ruth A. Keifer, Reporter; Rev. John J. McGuire, 
Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Charles Brown; Roger Remer; James 



W. Brown, Treasurer; Ernie Spalding, Vice President; Ann E. 
Lockwood; Michele Young, Corresponding Secretary; Judith A. 
Hoisington; Patti A. Moser; Carol L. Trabits; Michael L. Dant; 
James T. Conrad; Kenneth P. Keebler. 



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Wesley Foundation 



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BOTTOM ROW: Nancy D. Brumback; Freida A. Hutchins; Grover 
Syck; Phyllis Engleman; Jennifer L. Ingram; Norma E. Crowe; 
Jackie I. Van Asdlan; Genevieve Melton; Linda J. Strausbaugh; 
Eleanor J. Law; Mary Anne Royster; Roberta Hathaway; Linda 
Carman; Karen Williams; Nancy Hill; Bill Maggard, Treasurer; 



Fritz Jacob. SECOND ROW: Gerald L. Hutchins; Melvin J. Deling; 
Nichol C. Chambers; Sherry L. Bay; Audeen Pace; Carole A. 
Cracraft; Jeanene Wallingford; David E.lmhoff; James Perks, Vice 
President; Janet Reed; Sandy Proctor; Sharon Pence; Dale Poling, 
President; Harold R. Spillman; Larry Bailey; James E. Wilson. 



Westminster 
Fellowship 



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BOTTOM ROW: Linda M. Trautman; Sharon K. 
McBride; Connie S. Davis. SECOND ROW: Jean 
Burton, Secretary; Nona L. Chuhay, President; 
Sandra Schummer; Harriet K. Hutchens. THIRD 
ROW: Shelli Denham; Nancy C. Brucchieri; Donna 
Cailey; Laura L. Roser. FOURTH ROW: Wayne R. 
Patterson; Joseph M. Porter; Mrs. D. E. Bellairs. 
FIFTH ROW: George B. Pierce; Nancy K. Ashford; 
Laurence L. Powell; Lillian A. Wells; John H. 
Lodge. 





Service 



Many organizations have worked earnestly to keep 
Eastern vital. At times these activities remain unnoticed 
by the students who do not realize the large amount 
of work it entails to keep our campus functioning. 
Service organizations gain no profit. Their single 
reward is pride which resulted from their close asso- 
ciation with Eastern and their satisfaction of helping 
others. 

These organizations may be found in any place and 
at any time, serving and giving their talents in ways 
that emphasize the University's image of a well- 
rounded school. Their activities encompassed every 
aspect of campus life, serving at banquets, working 
at community centers, participating in tutoring pro- 
grams, bringing political life to Eastern, and improv- 
ing school spirit. Their initial hope is that their fellow 
students will be caught up in the maelstrom of enthu- 
siasm associated with being a part of Eastern. 





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BELOW: You can't tell a player without a 
program, and Varsity "E" Club members are 
there to see you get one. RIGHT: Sandy 
Howse is revived by team physician and 
waterboy before re-entering the Kappa 
Delta Tau powder puff football game. 
ABOVE RIGHT: Jen Fedderson faces the 
opposing team with staunch determination 
after pausing for a quick refresher. 



Service Organizations Everywhere 





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LEFT: Henry Ward discusses politics with Lynn Brothers after his 
rally with the Young Democrats on campus. BELOW: One of 
the service projects undertaken by the Veteran's Club this year 
was to sponsor a drive to send Christmas cards to soldiers in 
Vietnam. BOTTOM: A pretty coed is all concentration as she works 
for the Homecoming parade. 





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TOP: The Young Republicans escort Louie Nunn, candidate for governor, 
fo meet with potential voters. ABOVE: The Justice of the Peace hitched Sadie 
Hawkins couples into a fantasy world of marriage. RIGHT: Circle K could 
wash away your troubles . . . if they were nothing but a dirty car. 




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Raising the spirits of others to back Eastern is done 
through active participation in school functions. While 
they help others, they in the process help themselves. 



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Alpha Zeta Upsilon 




BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth L. Houp; George T. Price; Ben E. Taylor; 
Ruth A. Gilbert; Gene H. Mosley; Douglas Fugate; Robert B. Van 
Hoose. SECOND ROW: James L. McDaniels; Ronnie G. Wilburn, 
Student Council; Roy W. King, President; Robert E. Mills, Secre- 



tary; Jerry E. Pollins; Richard G. Howard, Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Larry E. Vencill, Manuel R. Spencer. THIRD ROW: Harold L. 
Goode; Frank Cramer; Robert J. Hazelton; Estil C. Daniels; Glenn 
P. Roberts; Gary E. Trusty; Larry M. Genton; James O. Logsdon. 



Circle K 




BOTTOM ROW: Benny J. Slawter; Ron K. Moloney; Robert 
F. McDonald; George E. Wyatt, Vice President; Michael H. 
Blackburn; Ron Pierce, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Bob Logs- 
don; Dale Barker; Larry Morgan; Terry Mynk; Dennis Miller; 
Tommy Moody. THIRD ROW: Paul D. Hensley; Louis L. Ames; 



Charles T. Williams; Gregory J. Meade; Danny W. O'Neal; 
Barry Rietze, Secretary. FOURTH ROW: K. Rodger Meade, 
Sponsor; Bill Clements, President; James P. Ledford; Charles 
D. Stacy; Bill Crane, Treasurer. 



Varsity "E" Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Gregory T. Marquis; Lindy H. Riggins; James J. 
Moberly; Don L. Wiggington; Robert G. Beck; Wilson A. Hays; 
Walter R. Murphy; Paul W. Schultz; Harry E. Lenz; Tim Speaks; 
Skip Dougherty; John E. Tazel; Jack B. Cruse. SECOND ROW: 
Bill J. Wayman; Lacy E. Hagood; Jack L. Emsuer; Don Moore; 
James M. Jackson; Frank J. Borgia; Mike Jeffries; Lynn Ray; Ted 
Holcomb; Rick Dryden; Lowell D. Flanary; Fred Troike. THIRD 




ROW: Ronnie L. Andrews; Robert A. Walker; James W. Dernier; 
Don Minor; Ron House; Jim Guice; Ron Reed; Jim Martin; Bob 
Webb; Joe Prats; Robert Washington; Robert Bauer; Clarence T. 
Lampkin. FOURTH ROW: Robert E. Tarvin; Jack Good; Bill Brew- 
er; Phil Knauer; Miller Arritt; Tom V. Shetler; Charlie Metzger; 
John Buchner; Steve Dannecker; Jerry Godbey; Paul Bryant; W. 
Lee Huckell: Arnold Nyulassy; Earl J. Jordan. 



Cheerleading Squad 



BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Kidd; Jenny Harville. SECOND 
ROW: Jeri Fedderson; Jovita Dick. THIRD ROW: Kathy 
Thomas; Tom Prino; Sarann Sheperd. FOURTH ROW: 
Paul Narducci; Ann Miller; Peggy Mannen; Gwen Reed; 
Jim Costello. 



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Little Colonels Drill Team 




BOTTOM ROW: Nancy A. Volk; N. Jean Andrada, Sec- 
retary. SECOND ROW: Leslie A. Funk; Barbara R. Storck; 
Fonda L. McAlister; Sandy C. Wilt; Susan K. Maeder, 
Treasurer. THIRD ROW: Donna A. Babinski; Debbie L. 
Dawkins; Dale E. Berg; Diane L. Fischer; Bobbie L. Brit- 



tain. FOURTH ROW: Paulette McWhorter; Denise Metz- 
ger; Dinah G. Storie; Jamie L. Mullins; Sharon C. Jones. 
FIFTH ROW: Chris Knepper; Gayle E. Schloss; Chris Cripe 
DeVilbiss, President; Janice Herndon; Peggy Chambers, 
Vice President. 



KYMA Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Mary L. Ratliff; Marti L. Freeh; Phyllis J. Gould; Linda K. Carman; Sharon 
G. Allen; Carol Sullivan, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Betty L. Trosper; Rosalind A. Glass- 
cock; Pat Sims; Sharon A. Pence; Carolyn E. Engel; Betty P. McCauley. THIRD ROW: 
Patricia B. Newell; Karen S. Cahoon; Donna J. Cailey; Elizabeth H. Spicer; Sandra L. 
Haas; Charles J. Jerzak. FOURTH ROW: William A. Smith; Ron C. Gorsky; Sue Pollock- 
Eleanor J. Law; Karl Frey; John W. Anderson, President; Bill Maggard, Jr. 



YMCA 




BOTTOM ROW: Richard A. Burns, Secretary; Phillip S. 
Woodal; James R. Gregory, Song Director; Michael D. 
Munn; Thomas R. Carey; Wayne E. Glass, President; 
Bill Crane, Treasurer; Mr. Bentley J. Hilton, Sponsor. 
SECOND ROW: Kenneth E. Woodworth; Robert G. 



Osborne; Gordon W. Jennings; Gene R. Ungrhun; 
Thomas E. Conrad; Jerry M. Stewart, Vice President. 
THIRD ROW: Roy W. Stivers; Jim Marcum; Gary S. King; 
Richard W. Judson, Reporter; David F. Melton; Dennis 
K. Ellis, Student Council Representative. 



YWCA 




BOTTOM ROW: Dixie M. Mylum, Sponsor; Scottye N. Helton; 
Rita G. Hunter; Beverley K. Humble; Roberta A. Cloyd, Publicity; 
Linda Carol Willoughby; Eloise J. McKitric; Mary E. Carroll, 
Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Verna M. Rowland; Phoebe J. Cole- 
man; Mary Helen Johnson; Barbara A. Goggin; Christine L. 



Green; Francine E. Maxwell. THIRD ROW: Lois Sparks; Phyllis S. 
Wright; Lauretta J. Harris; Glenda H. Harris; Diana Moore; 
Teresia Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Ann Preece, Program Chairman; 
Kathy Bishop; Cathy Wozny; Linda Nichols; Mary Wellman, 
Vice President; Sandra Commons. 



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Young Democrats 




BOTTOM ROW: Rosalee Royalty; Yvonne Honeycutt; Lynda 
Ward; Cabrejos Ninoska; Carolyn Lunsford; Carol S. Adams; 
Nancy G. Stigers; Judy K. Adington; Jim Simpson. SECOND 
ROW: Sandra C. Walter; Diane H. Moore; Pamela C. Grim; 
Shell! Denham; Darla J. Algie; Howard M. Fallis; Roy D. 



BOTTOM ROW: Don B. Mills; Betty J. Dulworth; Donna C. Bertrand; 
Nita K. Henderson; Charlotte E. Johnson; Carolyn Welch; Donna 
Godbey; Ingra Godbey; Myrna Jones; Virginia Epling; Gloria 
Johnson; Paula L. Neal; Darlene Rieber; Beverley Humble; Letitia 
Bullock; Lynne Sunderland; Fred Engle, Jr. SECOND ROW: Dan 
B. Crum; Lois Sparks; Brenda Powell; Mary H. Johnson; Sharon 
Stonecipher; Cyndy Locke; Sharon Faulkner; Jane Armstrong; 
Gail Parsons; Verna M. Rowland; Georgia M. Thompson; Sue 
Wren; Pat Swango; Ann Preece; Barbara Snedegar. THIRD ROW: 



Gash; Kathleen M. Simon; Kenneth L. Houp. THIRD ROW: 
John R. Moore; W. Tim Fister; Lynn M. Brothers; Jon M. Grim; 
Judy Marshall; David Snell; Danny S. Bracket!; Edward H. 
Wilson. 



Young Republicans 



Marcy Frazier; Margaret A. Skaggs; Jo Ann Hart; Diana Boswell; 
Jenny S. Lacey; Donna J. Stonecipher; Betty S. Doty; Anna F. 
Hunley; Larry Breitenstein; Michael H. Blackburn; William R. 
Brockman; Gary F. Glass; Steve Fardo; Harry Blue; Keith E. 
Grubbs. FOURTH ROW: Paul R. Pollitt; Max L. Doty; James L 
Craft; Charles T. Williams; William G. Thompson; David F. 
Thompson; Gordon R. Cross; Arthur L. McLaughlin; William M. 
Alexander; Shelby A. Stirn; Kenn Harp; David Noel. 





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Kappa Delta Tau 



President 
Vice Pres. 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



SHARON MOORE 
PEGGY MANNEN 
. . JUDY HANEN 
. SHIRLEY SALKO 




Diana Adkins 
Linda Akermanis 
Carolyn Barnhart 
Dale Berg 
Barbara Blevins 



Sandi Bryan 
Jo Burness 
Darlene Cash 
Carolyn Crump 
Linda Detmer 



Willena Eaton 
Ellen Foster 
Judy Hanen 
Sandy House 
Becky King 



Karen KornhofT 
Jenny Lacey 
Joyce Lee 
Barbara Lewis 
Nancy Lewis 



Ann Mitchell 
Sharon Moore 
Madonna Noble 
Vickl Reedy 
Shirley Salko 



Ellen Schuler 
Joyce Seltsam 
Carol Sibley 
Linda Trautman 
Jan Zerhusen 



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Alert Progress Coverage 
Generates Additional Pages 

Information and interpretation of the events and 
crucial issues at Eastern is the task of THE 
EASTERN PROGRESS. 

THE EASTERN PROGRESS, presently in its 
forty-fifth year of publication, is published weekly 
throughout the academic year. It serves the cam- 
pus with a ten-page paper, the largest college 
publication in the Commonwealth. 

Aggressive local reporting provided significant 
stories on student rights and responsibilities, civil 
rights, ROTC, and a host of OVC championships. 
The nationally syndicated columnist Ralph McGill 
and the analytical cartoons of Hugh Haynie were 
joined this year by the "Gallery of Great Amer- 
icans" and the satirical pen of Feiffer. 

Special supplements highlighting Eastern's 
history, athletic achievements, and the fine arts 
were published during 1967-68. Increased local 
and national news and views generated sufficient 
readership and advertising support to increase 
the size of the paper by two pages. 





TOP RIGHT: FRED MULLINS, Editor-in-Chief. RIGHT: 
CRAIG AMMERMAN, Managing Editor. ABOVE: ROY 
WATSON, Business Manager. 




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GLEN KLEINE, Adviser 



BOTTOM ROW: Deborah Cobb; Joyce Lee; Barbara Donnell; Carolyn Dur- 
ham. SECOND ROW: Karen Garvin; Judith Ledford; Roberta Osborn; Diane 
Hopkins; Cynthia Locke; Cheryl Marmillot; Connie Davis; Jo Anne Collins; 
Judy Wigglesworth. THIRD ROW: Bobby Whitlock; Kenneth Putnam; Regald 
Smith; Allen Trimble; Karl Parks; Neal Donaldson; Terry Rankin. 



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Milestone — 
Child of Confusion " 

Hard work, tears, and perseverance do not 
even begin to describe the effort needed to 
create the MILESTONE. A chaos of pencils, 
pictures, papers, and rulers somehow fall 
into place to form a story of Eastern and the 
students who live here. 

The editors are the ones who must keep 
a watchful eye over every facet of the book. 
They do this through skill, patience, and 
sometimes a sympathetic shoulder or a dead- 
ening scream. 

The section editors take a special portion 
of the book and design the pages and try 
their best to get the pictures they need. The 
entire staff is needed to accomplish all the 
jobs, big or small. The MILESTONE is born 
and developed through spurts of creativity, 
some shortness of temper, and very often 
much laughter. It often appears that it shall 
never be finished, yet, through some heaven- 
sent "miracle in March," it is. 





TOP: MARSHA SCOTT WEBSTER, Co-editor. ABOVE: JOHN 
BRASSFIELD, Business Manager. RIGHT: RICHARD EADS, Co- 
editor. 



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TOP LEFT: WILMA ASBURY, Assistant Editor. TOP RIGHT: RAY 
DEAJON, Happening Editor. LEFT: JOYCE HARVILLE, Managing 
Editor. ABOVE: NANCY STAGGS, Organizations Editor. 



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The last days of the MILESTONE found Effie 
Wells, Raymonde Nicely, and Carol Brass- 
field working diligently on the Final one 
hundred pages. 





BOTTOM ROW: Jill Austin; Nancy Brucchier; Patti Lawson. SECOND ROW: Marianne 
Falk; Connee Wheeler; Ken Wardrip. THIRD ROW: Danny Kent; James Culbertson; 
Ann Burnett. 



ABOVE: DAVID RAINS, Photographer. RIGHT: 
NANCY STIGERS and PAT LYNCH, Under- 
classes Co-editors. 




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LEFT: PEGGY CASTLE and DAVID McKINNEY, Academics Co- 
editors. BELOW: KAREN KLECKNER, Index Editor. 






LEFT: SKIP DAUGHERTY, Sports Editor. ABOVE: STEPHANIE 
McKINNEY and GENE GRAY, Honors Co-editors. 



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ABOVE: Eastern's defensive unit puts a stop to 
Dayton's powerful offense on the two-yard line. 
RIGHT: John Tazel tries to evade threatening 
Austin Peay tacklers. BELOW: Muscles tense as 
Dick Dunkle prepares to snap the ball to Gu/'ce. 





Pre-Season Goals Become Post-Season Realities 




Tim Speaks throws to John Tazel as he runs 
a sideline pattern. 



Coach Roy Kidd set three goals for the 1967 Colonels: win the con- 
ference championship, get national ratings, and go to a post season 
bowl. The regular season began and ended disappointingly, but 
the eight games in between were the best ever for Eastern. 

In the opener against Dayton, the Colonels, unable to get their 
ground attack under way, gained only 34 yards. The Colonels' 
defense, the more impressive unit, stopped the Flyers' powerful of- 
fense twice inside the five. 

The Colonels second opponent, East Tennessee, was prepared for 
a passing attack but not a combined ground and air assault. The 
Buccaneers, falling 35-7, picked up 39 yards on the ground. Jack 
McCoy gained 74 yards in 13 carries and Aaron Marsh, displaying 
his All-America form, caught one touchdown pass from quarterback 
Jim Guice and returned the second half kickoff 94 yards for a touch- 
down. Eastern's AII-OVC guard, Teddy Taylor, was credited with 
seven tackles and 14 assists, while all-conference safety, Harry Lenz, 
picked up six tackles and five assists. 





ABOVE: Guard Fred Troike grimaces as he 
emerges from a pileup. BELOW: Quarterback Jim 
Guice displays a look of concern as he hands off 
to fullback Bob Beck. LEFT: The Colonels charge 
downfield to cover Teddy Taylor's opening kickoff. 




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Tennesseans Fall 37-0, 14-7 

Sparking the Colonels to a 37-0 win against Austin Peay, 
sophomore Tim Speaks took over the reins, filling in at quar- 
terback for the injured Guice. Speak's specialty, the option 
run, kept the Governors guessing. He completed his first 
seven passes and finished with two touchdown aerials, to 
Marsh and John Tazel, respectively. McCoy ran for 132 
yards in 20 carries. 

The defense remained tough, allowing only 132 yards 
total offense and no points. Chuck Siemon was named OVC 
defensive player of the week, producing eight tackles and 
nine assists, while throwing the passer for losses four times. 

Eastern romped to their third consecutive victory after de- 
feating powerful Middle Tennessee 14-7. Returning to action 
after a two-week layoff, Guice completed eight of 15 passes 
for 123 yards. McCoy, contained well by the Raider front 
wall, threw his first pass as a collegian, completing it to 
Marsh for a 44-yard touchdown. Tazel caught five passes 
for 70 yards. Freshman cornerback Ted Green sewed up the 
game for the Colonels in the fourth quarter, returning a 
Middle Tennessee punt 60 yards for a touchdown. 

Once again it was Siemon and Lenz supplying the signif- 
icant defensive plays for the Colonels. Siemon caught the 

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ABOVE: Coach Kidd surveys the situation during the 
Western game as quarterback Guice waits for instruction. 
BELOW: Tailback Jack McCoy looks for daylight as he 
sweeps around end against Austin Peay. 





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Arch-Rivals Lock Horns 
In Thrilling 14-14 Tie 

quarterback for losses three times in the fourth 
quarter, as well as causing the fumble that 
stopped the Raiders' last threat. Lenz knocked 
down two key Middle Tennessee passes. 

Eastern 55-Northwood 0— school records were 
broken that day. Marsh set a NCAA record with 
19 receptions for 316 yards and four touchdowns. 
Guice and Speaks threw 48 passes, completing 
28 for 451 yards and six touchdowns. The Colo- 
nels combined for 629 yards and 32 first downs. 

Then came the heartbreaking 14-14 tie with 
arch-rival Western. Tied for first place in the 
conference, the meeting was accurately billed as 
the OVC game of the year. Early in the third 
quarter, as Eastern had a second and two situa- 
tion on the Eastern three-yard line, the determined 
defense rose to the occasion. 

In three plays Western was able to gain two 
yards, making the first down by a matter of 
inches. Still on the one-yard line, three plays 
later, the Hilltopper's Dickie Moore swept around 
left end and scored. Although Western scored, 
the tenacious defense received a standing ovation 
from the fans. Ron Reed and Taylor lead the 
Headhunters in tackles and assists. Rallying to 
salvage a tie with the scrambling Hilltoppers, Bob 
Beck ran the touchdown and Guice converted 
for two points in the final minutes. 

Eastern entered the contest against Murray with 
four wins, one tie and one loss. The Colonels 

continued 




1968 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 


Opponent 


. 


. Dayton 16 


35 . 


. East Tennessee . 


7 


37 . 


. Austin Peay 





14 . 


. Middle Tennessee 


7 


55 . 


. Northwood 





14 . 


. Western 


14 


28 . 


. Murray .... 


7 


24 . 


. Tennessee Tech . - 





37 . 


. Youngstown 


12 


7 . 


. Morehead . 


7 



27 



Ball State .... 13 
Grantland Rice Bowl 




\ 
Halfback Ted Ho/comb, determined to get through, looks ahead for running room. 




BOTTOM ROW: Offensive Line Coach Bobby Harville, Defensive 
Back Secondary Coach Jack Ison, Tom Swartz, Don Wigginton, 
Tim Speaks, John Tazel, Harry Lenz, Jim Moberly, Walt Murphy, 
Ron McCloud, Bob Beck, Ted Green, Pete Compassi, Bill Wall, 
Mike Ayers, Sidney Yeldell, James Hoskin, Head Manager Skip 
Daughtrey. SECOND ROW: Student Coach Bob Tarvin, De- 
fensive Line Coach Bill Shannon, Lynn Ray, Don Seyfert, Chuck 
Siemon, Don Beuhler, Harry Gibbs, Bob Webb, Bill Brewer, 



Bob Lerman, Don Moore, Lowell Flanary, Foster Harris, Rick 
Dryden, Don Minor, Ron House, Jim Guice, Aaron Marsh, Ted 
Holcomb, Offensive Back Coach Fred Francis, Graduate Coach 
Jim Ratliff, Head Trainer Dave Huffstetter, Head Coach Roy Kidd. 
THIRD ROW: Jim Dernier, Paul Hampton, Fred Troike, Doug 
Hampton, Ron Reed, Don Evans Charles Metsger, Tom Murphy, 
Miller Arritt, Mark Fisher, Dick Dunkle, Bob Platts, Teddy Tay- 
lor, Tom Shelter, Ed Keukne, Duke Baker, Phil Knauer. 



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BELOW: Don Wiggington and Bob Beck clear the 
way for Jack McCoy on an end sweep. ABOVE: 
Under pressure from Morehead, Jim Guice cocks his 
arm as he prepares to throw. 



Eastern Romps Over Murray, Tech 



jumped to an early 21-0 lead, sailing to their fifth victory of the 
season. The running of Beck, Ted Holcomb, and Foster Harris 
lead the Eastern team to their best rushing game of the year, 
gaining 231 yards for a touchdown. Don Moore, Green and 
Lenz, teaming up with defensive tackles Miller Arritt and Jim 
Dernier, threw Murray for seven loses and combined a total of 
15 tackles and 15 assists. 

Winning its sixth game 24-0, Eastern's offense ran for a total 
of 354 yards, while the defense held Tech to 152 yards. Playing 
Tennessee Tech at home, Eastern seized the lead in the second 
quarter with Walt Murphy's 35-yard field goal. Two more touch- 
downs in the second quarter clinched the game for the Colonels. 
Guice threw his second touchdown pass late in the fourth quar- 
ter to Marsh for the final score of the game. Linebacker Jimmy 
Moberly, who had three tackles and 12 assists, threw the passer 
for three losses, while defensive end Tom Shelter had three 
tackles and 10 assists. Shelter also recovered one Tech fumble. 
Guice completed 20 of 32 passes for 244 yards. Marsh caught 

continued 





Defensive safety Harry 
Lenz returns the punt 
that set up the tying 
touchdown with More- 
head. 



Colonels Capture OVC, 
Mid-East Championships 

12 of these for 156 yards and one touchdown as the 
Colonels defeated Youngstown 37-12. McCoy led 
Eastern's ground attack, picking up 118 yards in 21 
carries, as Headhunters Arritt and Lenz racked up 
14 tackles, 24 assists, and one interception. 

The 7-7 tie with Morehead produced the most frus- 
trated conference champions in the country. Eastern 
scored in the fourth quarter on a pass from Guice to 
tight end Don Buehler after the touchdown was set 
up by a Lenz pass interception. The game left the 
Colonels with a 5-0-2 conference mark and a 7-1-2 
record for the season. 




ABOVE: Coach Kidd, proudly displaying the Rice Bowl trophy, 
beams as he is carried from the field. BELOW: Trying to pick 
up yardage against the Colonels, Amos Van Pelt drives hard. 




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LEFT: Marsh shows his All-America form as he cuts up field 
on another jaunt in the Bowl game. BELOW: Snogging one 
of J I passes, Tazel set a pass reception record in the Grant- 
land Rice Bowl game. 



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After three months of dedication and discipline, the hard-nosed Colonels 
accepted the long-awaited bid to the Grantland Rice Bowl. This Mid-East 
Regional Championship game promised to be a battle between Eastern's 
air attack and Ball State's strong ground game. 

Roy Kidd showed why he was the OVC coach-of-the-year as he moved 
split-end Marsh to tailback. The little All-America senior responded by 
returning the initial kickoff 21 yards. Eastern then shocked the Cardinals 
as they streaked 69 yards to score via Marsh's 42 yards in three carries, 
and three Guice to Tazel aerials. 

Eastern's "Headhunter defense" came in fired up to stop State cold and 
once again the Colonels hit paydirt five plays later with Guice doing the 
honors from the five-yard line. Walter Murphy converted the PAT. 

Eastern retaliated after the Cards amassed a 67-yard scoring drive. 
Taylor snatched a State handoff and raced 37 yards for the touchdown. 
The "Headhunters" held the Hoosiers at bay while Guice and Holcomb 
capped a 91 -yard drive with a 23-yard touchdown pass. 

Jim Novas scored State's final score late in the fourth period. The 
game ended on State's one-yard line with Eastern in possession of the 
pigskin and the Mid-East Regional Championship. 



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New Coach Starts Strong 






TOP LEFT: Jerry Godbey holds on for dear life as he waits for the whistle signaling "jump ball." ABOVE 
LEFT: Beneath the basket calves strain, knees bend, and feet rise. ABOVE: Head Coach Guy Strong gives 
the team some new strategy during a time out. BELOW: Victory is sweet. 







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Under the leadership of Coach Guy Strong, the 
Eastern Colonels upset such highly acclaimed 
teams as Dayton, Marshall, and Western Ken- 
tucky. 

AII-OVC guard Bobby Washington led the 
Colonels' offense with his pin-point passing and 
18.0 scoring average. Giving Eastern a one- 
two scoring punch was AII-OVC senior center 
Garfield Smith, who averaged 17.1 points and 
19.7 rebounds. Smith was the second leading 
rebounder in the nation. Also giving ample sup- 
port to the Colonel cause were Willie Woods 
(14.5), Toke Coleman (11.6) and Boyd Lynch 
(8.0). 

After falling to East Tennessee, 64-50, in the 
Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, the Col- 
onels made their 1967-68 home debut with a 
76-75 upset over the highly regarded Dayton 
Flyers. Lynch rose to the occasion in his first 
starting role, scoring 28 points, 22 of them 
coming in the second half. 

Lynch wasn't alone in heroics however, as 
Smith pulled down a game high 23 rebounds, 
and Woods gave a superb defensive exhibition, 
holding Dayton's All-America Don May to three 
field goals. The Flyers led by seven points at 
the half, but the Colonels regained the lead at 
51-46 behind Lynch's deft shooting from the 
corner. The veteran Flyers again captured the 
lead at 73-72 in the last minute of play, but 
Strong's team was not to be denied, as Gary 
Paul calmly sank two free throws to seal the 
victory for Eastern. 

Smith's record 33 rebounds and 22 points led 
the Colonels to their second victory of the young 
season as Eastern came from behind to defeat 
the Thundering Herd from Marshall University. 
The Colonels overcame a ten point deficit in the 
final period to hand the nationally ranked Mar- 
shall five their first defeat of the season. 

After downing Tampa, 89-85, in their first 
road trip, the Colonels suffered their first loss 
at Miami (Florida). Cold shooting and numerous 
floor errors plagued Eastern. Miami gained 
a 93-87 victory. 

While preparing for their first conference 
games during the Christmas holidays, Strong's 

continued 

LEFT: Garfield Smith, the nation's number two rebounder, 
•-(■ tips in a missed shot in the Colonel's upset of Marshall. 



Eastern Blasts Western, 
Middle; Drops Five Straight 

cagers humiliated Ball State, 95-66. The Colonels 
survived a late surge by Austin Peay to capture their 
first conference victory, 88-83. Eastern dropped its 
record to 5-2 as Murray stifled the cold-shooting 
Colonels' second-half surge to hand them their first 
OVC loss. 

Playing impeccable basketball for the first twenty 
minutes, the hustling Colonels built an insurmountable 
56-18 lead, to establish the foundation for a 99-69 
defeat of the Hilltoppers from Western. Again the 
aggressive rebounding of Smith, coupled with four 
players in double figures, provided the Colonels with 
their fifth victory. 

Eastern fans began to build hopes of an OVC 
Championship when the Colonels handily defeated 
Middle Tennessee 98-76. Then the paradox came; 
Strong's squad hit a slump. 

After losing to Virginia Tech, 84-74, and Marshall, 
86-71, Eastern returned to Alumni Coliseum hoping 
to end the streak. However, East Tennessee slipped 
Eastern its first home loss of the. season. Trailing by 
10 points at halftime, the Colonels managed to nar- 
row the gap to five points several times during the 
closing minutes, but the Buccaneers prevailed, 64-50. 
Eastern shot a cold 30.6% from the field. 





TOP: Willie Woods turns to drive into the basket as forward Gary Paul 
moves into position. ABOVE: AII-OVC guard Bobby Washington takes 
a hard spill in the Middle Tennessee game. RIGHT: Toke Coleman puts 
up a short jump shot despite the effort of Bill Bland. 




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BOTTOM LEFT: Smith shows concern to what is happening to his 
teammates after getting into foul trouble against Tech. BELOW: 
Smith pulls down another rebound against Tennessee Tech, contribut- 
ing to his J 9.7 season average. 



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Eastern 

50 
76 
76 
95 
87 
95 
88 
67 
99 
98 
74 
71 
63 
75 
80 
67 
66 
91 
81 
76 
67 
76 
82 
94 




BOTTOM ROW: Dan Jordan; Larry Trunnel; Bobby Wash- 
ington; Joe Prats; Leon Bailey; Paul Bryant. SECOND ROW: 
Guy Strong, Coach; Jerry Godbey; Toke Coleman; Willie 
Woods; Ed Hare; Jack Hissom, Ass't. Coach. THIRD ROW: 



Dove Riggins, Manager; Chester Rose; Gary Paul; Boyd 
Lynch; Garfield Smith; Bob Pleva, Manager; Donnie Har- 
ville, Graduate Ass't. 



Jerry Godbey leaps high as he tips in two points. 



1967-68 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 



East Tennessee 
Dayton . 
Marshall 
Tampa . 
Miami (Fla.) 
Ball State . 
Austin Peay 
Murray . 
Western 
Middle Tennessee 
Virginia Tech . 
Marshall 
East Tennessee 
St. Francis . 
Morehead . 
Tennessee Tech 
Murray . 
Austin Peay 
Middle Tennessee 
Western 
East Tennessee 
Tennesse Tech . 
Miami (Ohio) . 
Morehead . 



Opponent 

64 
75 
73 
89 
93 
66 
83 
71 
69 
76 
84 
86 
79 
90 
89 
64 
68 
79 
83 
79 
70 
77 
84 
84 




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BOTTOM LEFT: Looks like Willie's safe! BOTTOM RIGHT: Gory Paul 
scraps for a rebound against Morehead. LEFT: Willie Woods shows 
his prowess as he springs up for the tip in. BELOW: Garfield shows 
how easy it is to drop the ball in the bucket for two points. 






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350 




ABOVE: Jerry Godbey shoofs over the out-stretched arms of a 
Middle Tennessee defender. BELOW: Eastern's leading scorer, 
Bobby Washington, moves in the lane to snare a rebound from 
the reach of an aggressive Raider. 



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Title Hopes Shattered, 
But Future Optimistic 

Ragged defensive play by the Colonel squad allowed 
St. Francis to deal Eastern its fourth loss in a 
row. The Colonels then returned to the home state 
only to find the cage trail just as competitive. In what 
was possibly Morehead's finest performance of the 
year, the improved Colonels suffered an 89-80 set- 
back. Morehead substitute Bobby Hiles played a 
major role in the game, coming off the bench to 
score 14 points in the final period. Washington paced 
the Eastern attack with 29 points. 

Perched on the gratis stripe for 31 attempts and 
connecting on 18, Murray nosed out a 68-66 victory 
over the foul-plagued Colonels. With Eastern forced 
to abandon their normal aggressive play because of 
foul trouble, the visiting Racers streaked to a 37- 
19 lead. Following the impressive play-making of 
Washington, the Colonels fought back to capture 
the lead at 49-47. But with Smith on the bench with 
five fouls, the Racers controlled the boards and 
charged to a seven point lead. Eastern moved within 
two points, but missed on three chances in the waning 
seconds as Murray erased all title chances the 
Colonels had. 

Eastern returned to the win column by defeating 
Austin Peay, 91-79. Coleman led the Colonel attack 
with 23 points while Washington connected for 16. 
Smith shattered Eastern's season rebounding record 
with another superb performance on the boards, 
pulling in 15 miscues. 

Success was short-lived, however, as East Tennes- 
see rendered the Colonels a 70-67 defeat. The 
Colonels also dropped the next contest to Miami of 
Ohio, 84-82, in three overtimes, and Tennessee Tech 
avenged an earlier loss by defeating the near-miss 
Colonels, 77-76. 

As Eastern downed Morehead, 94-83, in the sea- 
son's finale, Colonel fans began to take the "wait till 
next year" attitude with good reason. Although the 
loss of Smith's rebounding strength will be detri- 
mental, the young Colonels return four starters and 
two top reserves next season. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Connie Smith, Doug Cordier, Glen Town, 
Jerry Kroiss, Grant Colehour, Dean Dannenberg, Ken Silvieus. 



Ivan Scholl, Manager Harry Flint, Jimmy Nichols. 



1967 CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

25 Eastern Track Club 42 

15 Murray 50 

17 Florida State 44 

20 Florida 43 

18 Ohio Valley Track Club .... 45 

21 Morehead 34 

15 Kentucky State 48 

16 Morehead 46 

First place Harding Invitational 
First Place O.V.C. Tournament 




Glen Town prepares for the big meet. 



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ABOVE: After a triumphant run, Grant Colehour eases off gradually 
in true championship form. BELOW: Eastern's runners outpaced every 
other team in competition, as they captured another cross country 
championship for Eastern. 



Thinclads Take Third 
Consecutive OVC Title 

Eastern's mercury-footed thinclads, paced by 
Grant Colehour, the only four time All-America 
in Eastern's history, finished the season with a 
10-0 record. To Coach Connie Smith it was another 
normal season as his cross country runners cap- 
tured their third consecutive OVC cross country title 
and placed 13th in the NCAA. 

On the way to an undefeated season, the Colo- 
nels overpowered such opposition as Florida and 
Florida State. At the Harding Invitational, Eastern 
captured first place by defeating competition from 
fourteen schools, including Western,- Harding Col- 
lege,- and Arkansas State, who finished fourth in 
the NCAA meet. 

Being a champion is nothing new to Eastern's 
cross country and track coach Connie Smith. Since 
the fall of 1964, when Coach Smith took over the 
Colonel helm, Eastern has been a dominant figure 
in cross country. In four years under Smith's guid- 
ance, Eastern has won 37 meets while losing only 
four. The past three years the Colonels have cap- 
tured the Ohio Valley Conference title and ranked 
high in NCAA competition. 

Coach Smith, losing only Senior Brent Arnold, 
anticipates another great season in 1968. Return- 
ing will be Colehour, Silvieus, Schol, Cordier, 
Nichols, Town, Kroiss and Dannenberg. 




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BOTTOM ROW: Joe Peck; Butch Hays; Ed Shasek; Jim 
Miller; Manny Figueroa; Lacy Hagood; Bill Wayman; 
Charley Smith; Greg Marquis; Bruce Bayer; Rich Anderson, 
Co-captain. SECOND ROW: Allen Orendorff; Rick Hill; 

Eels Take KISC Laurels 



After a regular season mark of 1 1-2, Eastern's power-packed 
swimming team captured ten of sixteen first places and tied 
for another in the KISC meet, drowning their nearest rival by 
240 points. The Eels took 35-50 medals. Finishing second to 
Lacy Hagood in the butterfly stroke, Ail-American Rick Hill 
nabbed the 100 yard breaststroke and the 200 yard in- 
dividual medley. The 400 yard free style relay team, com- 
posed of Bill Walker, Eddie Shannon, Pete Reed, and Rich 
Anderson, tied with UK to set a new KISC record of 3:21.4. 
In the NCAA meet, Eastern advanced two places over last 
year's ratings. With fourteen members qualifying for the 
finals, EKU emerged with eight All America's and tenth place 
in the NCAA. All-America men had to place twelfth or better. 
Walker and Hill earned the honor for the third year as 
Hagood, Reed, Jim Miller, Steve Dannecker, John Buckner, 
and Jay Chanley received it for the first time. 



Coach Combs and his 1967 All-America's: Rich Anderson; Rick Hill; 
Bill Walker; Bob Walker. 



Casey Granville; Bill Walker; Bob Walker; Al Krueger; 
Jay Chanley; Steve Dannecker; John Buckner; John Sims; 
Bruce Lang; Pete Reed. 




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Though seemingly not as daring as diving off the high board, the skill and precision on a low 
board is just as exacting. 



355 





TOP: Stretching for distance, the flight off the block strains 
every muscle the swimmer can muster. ABOVE: The butterfly 
depends on an even, consistent stroke and the endurance 
that Lacy Hagood put into it. RIGHT: The last lap means rest 
for the swimmer and victory for Eastern. 




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ABOVE: Charley Smith doubletakes as he watches the extraordi- 
nary performance of his teammates. BELOW: Victory in his grasp, 
an Eastern Eel surges ahead of his opponents. 



Eastern 

73 
63 
65 
79 
64 
68 
72 
56 
70 
69 
78 
58 
49 



1967-68 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 



University of Louisville 
Western .... 
Vanderbilt University 
University of the South 
Kenyon College . 
Eastern Michigan . 
Evansville University 
Alabama 
Morehead . 
Union College . 
Wittenberg 
University of Kentucky 
University of Cincinnati 



Opponent 

40 
39 
48 
34 
40 
45 
41 
57 
34 
44 
26 
55 
66 




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Colonels Set OVC Record, 
Win Tenth Conference Crown 



Eastern's hard-slugging Colonels set a conference record 
by winning their tenth OVC championship in twenty years 
of play. Power, speed, and good field play were the im- 
portant factors in the Colonels' 19-10 overall record and 
conference record of 7-4. 

Coach Charles Hughes, OVC Coach-of-the-Year for 
the second straight year, had this to say about the team, 
"Much of our success was due to our infield combination, 
possibly the best in the country." The performance of Arnie 
Nyulassy, Frank Borgia, Jimmy Cain, and Louis Escobar 
combined for 38 double plays in 29 games and hit for an 
average of .380. Cain was the leading hitter with an aver- 
age of .395, while Borgia was voted the team's "Most 
Valuable Player". 

In addition to the superb hitting and infield skill of East- 
ern's players, two men on the mound also deserve partial 
credit for the Colonels' successful season. Ron Andrews 
and Glen Marshall both posted 5-1 records. 



ABOVE: Teammates carry Ron Andrews off the field after 
his pitching clinched the OVC championship. BELOW: 
Arnie Nyulassy stretches for the ball, putting his team one 
step closer to victory. 




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BOTTOM ROW: Assistant Coach Bill Pearce, Rick Houseman, 
Arnold Nyulassy, Glenn Marshall, Manager Jack Emsurer, Lou 
Escobar. SECOND ROW: Batboy Mark Staples, Lee Hucker, 
Jerry Gill, Dave Price, Ron Pinsenschaum, Bill Whitehead, Larry 



Robertson, Bill Zwick, Manager Butch Coleman, Larry Williams, 
Frank Borgia, Greg Durham, Cecil Christie. THIRD ROW: Mike 
Hay, Jim Cain, Mike Simpson, Dave Culp, Don McCallough. 




A good pitch produces a near 
miss for the final strike. 



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Coach "Turkey" Hughes shows concern, pride, 
and ultimately happiness as his team captured 
the tenth OVC baseball championship for 
Eastern in twenty years of conference play. 











Eastern 

14 

19 

5-6 

9 

7 

3 

11 

5 

10 

5-5 

3-1 



2-5 

6 

6-3 

9 

3-8 

7-2 

4-3 

5 
6 



1967 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 



Hilsdale College 
Transylvania . . 
Cumberland College 
Lincoln Memorial 
Georgia Southern . 
Georgia Southern . 
Georgia Southern . 
Carson-Newman 
Milligan College 
East Tennessee . 
Morehead 

University of Kentucky 
Xavier University . 
Transylvania 
Morehead 
Tennessee Tech . 
University of Cincinnati 
East Tennessee . 
Tennessee Tech 
OVC Playoff 
Murray .... 
Murray .... 



Opponent 

4 
1 

6-4 

3 
6 
6 
3 
5 

1-6 

0-2 
5 

6-7 
5 

0-4 
7 

0-9 
5-17 

1-1 



LEFT: Coach advises pitcher at the critical moment 
of the game. BELOW: Lonely equipment stands for- 
gotten offer a victorious season. BELOW RIGHT: 
Glenn Marshall checks his opponent before letting fly 
the decisive pitch. 




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361 



EKU's Sprinters Sparkle 



Competing against the talent-rich schools from 
the Big 10, SEC, and Missouri Valley Conferences, 
Eastern's cindermen set three meet records at the 
Indiana Relays. Clarence Lampkin also set new 
school records in the 400 and 220 with times of 
47.4 and 21.4 respectively. With nationally ranked 
teams attending the Colonels captured the meet 
with 53 points. 

Grant Colehour, Eastern's first three-time All 
America, led EKU's domination of the Kentucky 
Federation meet by barely missing the NCAA 
record of 14:14.8 minutes in the three mile run. 
At the NCAA College Track and Field Champion- 
ship, Colehour captured the six run and placed 
third in the three mile event. 

The previously demonstrated excellence of the 
cindermen pushed them to a strong third in the 
OVC championship. Hurdler Carey Guess clipped 
the 120 highs in 14.1 and veteran Colehour hand- 
ily won the three mile run. Losing only two seniors, 
the thinclads will undoubtedly be one of the major 
contenders for next year's laurels. 




Sights set toward still another record, Carey Guess flies to the finish 
of a high hurdles race. 



BOTTOM ROW: Earl Jordan, Harold Burk, Buddy Smith, Bill 
Hinklemen, Stan Smith, Robin Fritts, Terry Murphy, Doc Putman, 
Henry Altenweg, Clarence Lampkin. SECOND ROW: Graduate 
assistant John Hemner, Keith Smul, Ivan Scholl, Clark Fuller, 



Harry Faint, Carey Guess, Bruce Elias, Jim Wood, Brent Arnold, 
Grant Colehour. THIRD ROW: Ken Nelson, Graduate assistant 
Ronnie Hard, Joe Meyer, Nate Regan, Rex Rader, Dave Roman, 
Dave Stegring, Chuck Koepp, Doug Cordier. 




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LEFT: C. T. Lampkin tenses as he awaits 
the crack of the starter's gun. BELOW 
LEFT: Poised for action, pole vaulter Terry 
Murphy runs to attempt another record 
jump. BELOW: Veteran Guess soars in the 
triple broad jump event. 





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Jack Good watches the flight of 
his ball as he hits out of ffie 
rough on the seventh green. 




Linksters Swing Back, 
Post Winning Season 

Eastern's linksters got off to a fast start in the 1967 season 
by posting a record of 4-2-1 before spring vacation. Return- 
ing from the break, they experienced a slump, dropping five 
consecutive matches. Recovering to win their last nine deci- 
sions, the team posted a season record of 13-6-2. 

The Colonels' success against top-notched competition 
such as the universities of Dayton, Cincinnati, Kentucky, and 
Xavier- can be attributed to outstanding players like junior 
mainstays, Edwin Luxon, Jack Good, Ron Roby, Jim Martin, 
and freshman Paul Schultz. Highlighting the season was the 
defeat of Ohio State, the Mid-America champions. 

Edwin Luxon takes a practice swing 
before sinking a putt on eighth green. 



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Tennis Team Nets 13-5 Record 



Eastern's tennis team, coached by Jack Adams, got 
its season off to a strong start with four consecutive 
victories. Their first losses came at the hands of 
Southeastern Conference powers Tennessee and 
Florida and small college champion Rollins College. 

In their next outing the netters rebounded to de- 
feat defending Ohio Valley Conference champion 
Murray and Western, the coaches' choice to take top 
conference honors in the 1967 season. The match 
with Western proved to be the highlight of the season 
when Sparky Snyder defeated Jackie Cooper, the 
OVC singles champ who advanced to the semi-finals 
of the NCAA university division in 1966. 

Gaining momentum, the Colonels went on to com- 
pile a season record of 13-5, while preparing for the 
upcoming conference championship tournament. 
After the tournament, the season's finale, the Colonels 
found themselves in third place, close behind West- 
ern and champion Murray. 




LEFT: Reaching skyward, Lindy Riggins re- 
turns a serve. ABOVE: Veteran Riggins reacts to 
his opponent's serve. 



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366 




Increased Interest Creates 
Action Packed Intramurals 



ABOVE: Players clash at an attempt to block a rebound. BELOW: A 
wrestler's physical stamina is tested in an intramural wrestling match. 



Intramurals sports have reached an all-time high 
under the supervision of hard working Barney 
Groves, Director of Intramurals, who made recrea- 
tional activities available to every concerned stu- 
dent on campus. The increased involvement of 
students demanded an expansion and develop- 
ment of new leagues in each major athletic event. 

The system now adopted consists of having an 
independent and a fraternity league. At the end 
of each season's play, the winners of each division 
competed for the campus championship. 

Taking pride in their squads, many teams 
created a feeling of homogenity by equipping 
themselves with personalized colors and uniforms. 
Wide interest was reflected by the large number of 
participants entering each sport. The major attrac- 
tions, football, basketball, wrestling, and volley- 
ball, had a combined total of 259 spirited teams. 




Students Achieve Physical Fitness 




TOP: Perfect form is not always required to catch a pass. LEFT: Yardage 
gained requires a strong line and good blocking. ABOVE: Daylight found— 
TD in sight. RIGHT: Green's show No. 1 form. 



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Wrestling Provides Keen Competition 





TOP RIGHT: Intramural basketball calls for a 
little strategy as well as a good athlete. 
ABOVE: Springing high, a Green's player fights 
for the rebound. RIGHT: Nothing slips the eye 
of this wide awake referee. 







TOP: Looks like a pin to me ref!! BfcLOW: Sam Liberatore pushes 
against mat to prevent a takedown. 



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RIGHT: Well! Will it go in or not? BELOW: Cage 
ball is enjoyed by many coeds. BOTTOM: This skilled 
coed is reaching high to spike the ball. 







ABOVE: This coed hopes for two points as she shoots for her team. 
RIGHT: Donna Wolfe attempts a difficult return. BELOW: An over the 
head shot is attempted by a participant in a WRA volleyball game. 




nterest Increases 
In Women's Intramurals 



Women on Eastern's campus enjoy many physical 
activities sponsored through the intramural pro- 
gram. Athletics such as field hockey, basketball, 
volleyball, badminton, swimming and tennis round 
out the sports that women may play. 

Teams are composed of women representing 
sororities, church groups, dormitories and inde- 
pendent organizations. Games are played during 
the early evening one or two nights a week, which 
increased women participation over last year's 
program. 




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Gymnastics Demands Perfection 






LEFT: A trampoline artisan "flies through the air with the greatest 
of ease." TOP: The archful grace of a gymnast can be compared 
to the delicate movements of the ballet. ABOVE: A mixture of 
timing, balance and strength are needed to perform difficult 
acrobatics. 



374 




SGT Smiddy checks the scoring of the day's firing. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Tony Gruelle; Mike Roberts; David Carpenter; Vernon Swoden; 
Damon Abe//; Gene Mosley; Larry Branstetter; Richard Englehardt. 



Sharpshooters Show 
Promise for Future 



Lacking in competitive experience, the var- 
sity rifle team has proven to be one of 
the better squads in this area. Sophomore 
letterman Tony Gruelle led the inexperi- 
enced sharpshooters with a 260 average. 
Although a minor sport, the practice re- 
quires much perseverance and training. 
With the experience gained this year, the 
sharpshooters offer the rifle team a promise 
for future championships. 




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UNDERCLASSES 






Juniors . . 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 



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Class of 1969 




BOTTOM ROW: PAT DOUGLAS, Secretary; PAT NEWELL, Student Council; KATHY 
PHILLIPS, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: MIKE CARROLL, Student Council; STEVE OKESON, 
President; LYNN BROTHERS, Reporter; TERRY COTTINGIM, Vice President. 

The class of 1969, under the puissant leadership of Steve Okeson, 
has in the last year put behind them yet another milestone in 
their striving to be the most successful class to graduate from 
Eastern Kentucky University. 

With the Prom and all Prom-oriented activities its main con- 
cern, the Juniors put in many long hours in preparation for this 
year-capping event. In order to revolutionize the usual Prom 
procedures, this year a Prom Concert featuring little Anthony 
and the Imperials held prior to the dance was scheduled and 
proved successful. From this, the activities plunged headlong into 
the Prom itself, with the music being provided by the orchestra 
of Cecil Jones. With the conclusion of the Prom came the end of 
Prom weekend, thus bringing to an end another prosperous and 
active year for the class of 1969. 



378 




ROBERT STEVEN ABNEY 

L..,n fl .on 
BETTY I A0AM5 

Zocharloh 
UNDA CAROL ADAMS 

Bedford 
MAMIE LAVONNA ADAMS 

Delphlci 
SAUY A ADAMS 

Orlondo i 
JUDY KAYE ADINGTON 

Woyneiburo, 
GALE ADKINS 

Lc.lond. Ohio 

SARA KAVANAUGH AGEE 
Bereo 

UNDA LEE AKERMANIS 

Orlondo, Florida 
JERRY DENTON ALEXANDER 

Somen,! 
CLINTON STONE ALLEN 

Richmond 
DICK MAYO ALLEN, JR. 

Richmond 
EDWINA MAXINE ALLEN 

Pori. 
KENNETH DOUGLAS AMBURGEY 

Middlctown, Ohio 

LOUIS I AMES 

Evan.ville, Indiono 
EDWARD J ANANIA 

Rome, New York 
GAYLE ANDERSON 

Louisville 
RICHARD T ANDERSON 

West Haven, Connecticut 
JUAN DALE ANDRADA 



Lo 



...Mr 



ROBERT JOHNSON ANDRIOT 

Shelbyville 
JANET DALE ANGEL 

Lloyd 

5U5AN A ANGEROSA 

Atlantic City. New Jeney 
JERRY WAYNE ARCHER 

Richmond 
LARRY LANE ARNETT 

Oneida 
VICTOR ERROl ARNETT 

Oneida 
JENNIFER KAYE ARNOLD 

Kettering, Ohio 
WILLIAM MICHAEL ARTHUR 

Erlanger 

HELEN KAY ARTIS 
Ashland 

MILDRED DARLENE ASBURY 

Cyn.hiono 
JACKIE SUE ASHER 

Hyden 
NANCY KAY ASHFORD 

Le.inglon 
NORMA LEE ASHLEY 

Saiiofrai 
JAMES DAVID ASHMAN 

Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania 
ALAN FRANCIS AUBREY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA HELEN BADGETT 

Louisville 

DANA LEE BAILEY 

Soulh Vienno. Ohio 
JEANETTE H BAILEY 



PATRICIA ANN BAILEY 

Richmond 
JOHN JOSEPH BAIN 

Erlanger 
CAROLYN BAIZE 

Louisville 
HAROLD DEAN BAKER 

Corbin 
JANICE FAYE BAKER 

Oneida 



Juniors Rush . . . Rush . . . Rush . . . 



FRANK LAWRENCE BALDINO 

Lodi, New Jersey 
MARGARET M. BALDWIN 

Pans 
MARY EMILY BALL 

Shepherdsville 
JOSEPH HERNDON BANE 

Maysville 
TIMOTHY ALLEN BARANOUSKAS 

Des Moinei. lowo 
JIMMY T. BARBEE 

Columbio 
CAROLYN SUE BARNHART 

New Carlisle, Ohio 

MARILYN SUE BARNHART 

New Carlisle. Ohio 
WILLIAM EDWARD BARRETT 

Miami, Florida 
CLIFFORD HAROLD BARTH 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DANNY ROBERT BARTLEY 

Louisa 
MARY MARGARET BASS 

Lexington 
DAVID FREDERICK BATE 

Vaneeburg 
SHERRY LYNN BAY 

Cincinnati Ohio 




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379 




TIMMY EUGENE BAYSORE 

Louisville 
LINDA L BECK 

Fori Mitchell 
ROBERT G BECK 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DANIEL PAUL BECHTOLD 

Lebanon, Pennsylvania 
BEVERLY RUTH BEELER 

Pikeville 
PAULA DYCHE BEGLFY 

Richmond 
LINDA CAROLE BENN 



LANA CHERYL BENTLEY 



5USAN K BENTON 

Louisville 
DALE ELLEN BERG 

Jameiiown, New York 
DALE ELLEN BERG 

Jamestown, New York 
KENNETH LEE BERRY 

Louisville 
DONNA CAROL BERTRAND 

Feds Creek 
WILLIAM KIRBY BEVERLY 

Pleasureville 

STEVEN WAYNE BICKERS 

Carrollton 
DWIGHT ALLEN BIECHLER 

Franklin, Ohio 
PATRICIA LYNN BIF.HN 

Falmouth 
ROGER WINN BINGHAM 



JANE E BIRCH 

Louisville 
JUNE E BIRCH 

Louisville 
THERESIA ANN BLACK 



LaDONNA DARLENE BLACKBURN 

Presto nsburg 
STEPHEN F BLACKBURN 

Carrollton 
SUSAN BLACKBURN 

Pikeville 
JAMES G BLACKWELL 

Irvine 
JAMES A. BLAKE 

JOHN JUSTIN BLEIDT 

Louiiville 
JOHNNY KESLER BOHANNON 

Bagdad 



Juniors Quickly Form Daily Routine 



JUDY T BOHANNON 
Bagdad 

JOHN STEVEN BOLIN 

Moores Hill, Indiana 
MICHAEL ALLEN BOLTE 

Hillsboro, Ohio 
EDDJE BOLTON 

Corbin 
MARLENE Y BOOTHE 

Fort Knox 
FRANK JOHN BORGIA 

Scronton, Pennsylvania 
LARRY GENE BOUCHER 

Frankfort 

THOMAS PETER BOUMA 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 
JOHN CHARLES BOURNE 

Nicholasville 
DANA BOWLING 

Walton 
EDWIN DANIEL BOWLING. JR. 

Franklin, Ohio 
JEWEL DEANE BOWLING 

Williamsburg, Ohio 
RICHARD W BOWLING 

Bellevue 
DONNA MARIA BOWMAN 

Fort Mitchell 

JAMES EDWARD BOYD 

Newport 
BILLY COLEMAN BOYD 

Mount Sterling 
BRUCE SCOn BOYER 

CHARLES THOMAS BRACKETT 

Pineville 
KAREN SUE BRACKNEY 

Brookville. Indiana 
JUDY RENEE BRADSHAW 

Lexington 
DANIEL GRANT BRAGG 

Jamestown, New York 

ROBERT CHARLES BRAMLETT 

Corbin 
WILLIAM RUSSELL BRANNON 

Hyden 
JOHN ROBERT BRANSBY 

Baltimore, Moryland 
LARRY W BRANSTETTER 

Louisville 
ROBERT DENNIS BRASINGTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONALD LAWRENCE BRAUN 

Dayton, Ohio 
RICHARD EARL BREDENBERC- 

Florence 





380 



ALLEN KENT BRELSFORD 

Cloyton, Ohio 
FRANK JOSEPH BRENNAN 

Roekoway Point, New York 
CARL WAYNE BREWER 

le.ington 
CECELIA GAY BREWER 

BucMiorn 
CHRISTINE MARIE BREWER 

Dayton, Ohio 
PENNY JOYCE BREWER 

Middlelown, Ohio 
NOEL WAYNE BRITTAIN 

Eubank 

LAWRENCE OTTO BROCK, JR 
Columbia 

PATRICIA LOUISE BROCK 

Loimville 
BARRY T BROOKS 

Springfield, Ohio 
LYNN M BROTHERS 

KAY BROTZGE 

Loultville 
JUDITH ANN BROUGH 

FRANKLIN D. BROWN 
Belfry 

SALLY LYNNE BROWN 
LouHvilla 

JOHN DAVID BROWNING III 

LINDA LEWIS BROWNING 

Evarti 
ELECTA JANE BRUBAKER 

Washington Court Home, 01 
LLOYD NOLAND BRUMMETT 

Stanford 
RICKEY ALLAN BRUNEft 

Harrodiburg 
CLAUDIA BRYANT 

Fairfield, Ohio 

NORMA JEAN BRYANT 

Fiiherville 
ARTHUR JOSEPH BRYSON 

Aihland 
WILLIAM MICHAEL BUCKLEY 

Fort Mitchell 
KAREN LEE BUEHNER 

Louavilla 
LETITIA GENELL BULLOCK 



VALERIA K BULLOCK 



SUSAN ELAINE BURCH 




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BRABARA ANN BURCHETT 

Arlington. Virginia 
GAYLE RICHMOND BURCHEn 

Preitoniburg 

Jill BURDINE 

Nkholotville 
KRISTEN E BURGER 

LeuiivilU 
DICK BURK5 

Louiiville 
EMILY JANE BURKS 

Norwood, Ohio 
HAROLD JAMES BURKE 

Gardiner. Maine 

GORDON GENE BURNS, JR 

Eaiton. Penn.ylvania 
RICHARD ALAN BURNS 

Cold Spr.ng 

LAWRENCE M. BURROWS, JR. 

Cliffiide Park, New Jtr.ey 
JEAN BURTON 

Washington Court HouW, Ohio 
LANNIE CLARK BUSEY 

louii'ille 
MARGARET LOUISE BUTTS 

Trenton, Ohio 
IRVINE M BYARS 

Lexington 




Talcing time out to enjoy a men! 
makes the day go a little more 
smoothly. 




CAROLYN CONGLETON BYRD 

Borbourvllla 
GERALD A, BYRD 

Florence 
ANA MARIA CADENA 

Mexico City, Mexico 
DONNA JEAN CAILEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
FINLEY CAIN 

Foirfield, Ohio 
TERESA ANN CALDER 



Mate 



Oh o 



RICHARD A. CALDWELL 
Butler 

JAMES L. CAMPBELL 

Arlington, Virginia 

RICHARD WAYNE CAMPBELL 

Campbellsburg 
PATRICIA ANN CARDINAL 

Pikeville 
MARGO CAREY 

Harrodsburg 
MARGARET RUTH CARL 

Williamsville, New York 
HAROLD DOUGLAS CARLISLE 

Carrollton 
LINDA KAY CARLSON 

Jamestown. New York 

JEFF MICHAEL CARMODY 



DEANNA CARPENTER 

Annville 
LINDA JAYE CARPENTER 

Louisville 
DELWOOD D. CARR 

Pork 
MICHAEL ROBERT CARR 

Piner 
RONALD JAMES CARR 

Lexington 
ROBERT MICHAEL CARROLL 



MARGARET ANN CARTER 

Richmond 
JERRY RAY CASE 

MaysvHIe 
ROBERT LEE CASE 

South Height!, Pennsylvonio 
REBECCA CASEY 

FranHort 
DORIS E CASEY 

Middletown 
WARREN G CASSADY 

Inez 
MICHAEL STEPHEN CATLETT 

Shelbyville 

DAVID HAROLD CAUDILL 

Booneville 
VIRGINIA KAY CHADWELL 

Lancaster 
LARRY JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN 

Trenton, Ohio 
RANSOM C. CHAMBERLAIN, JR 



Loui 



'ille 



SHERIE L. CHAMBERLAIN 

Trenton, Ohio 
NICHOLAS CARL CHAMBERS 

Etiiobethtown 
PEGGY ANN CHAMBERS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



JUNIORS 



JEFFREY LYNN CHAPMAN 

Russell Springs, Kentucky 
PEGGY LOU CHENAULT 

Pine Ridge 
DAVID W CHENEY 



Trc 



, Ohio 



JEANNE E CHISECK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONALD CHARLES CHRISTENSEN 

Perth Amboy, New Jersey 
JOHN HOWARD CHRISTIAN 

Evorts 
DONALD ENGENE CHURCH 

Scotch Plains, New Jersey 




The pert and pretty girls of the 
Little Colonels drill team were 
a delightful addition to the 
Homecoming parade. 




BRENDA FAYE CHURCHIU 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

SUSAN LEIGH CHURCHMAN 

Louisvillo 
EDWARD FRANCIS ClANCV 

Salem, New Jersey 
JUANITA CLARK 

Loncsitor 
ANN FRANKLIN CLEMMONS 

Bereo 
ANN BROCK CLEVINGER 

Arlington, Virginio 
DANA DARE CLICK 

Richmond 

KENNETH B, CLINE 

Pikeville 
ROBERT N CLINGNER 

Moion. Ohio 

ROBERTA ANN CLOYD 

Junction City 
DAVID C. COATES 

MILDRED CARRIER COBB 

Richmond 
SHIRLEY ANN COBB 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DON D. COCHRAN 



H., 



odsbui 



PEGGY LOUISE COCHRAN 

Middlelown, Ohio 
CARL DAVID COFFEE 

Fern Creek 
NANCY COFFEY 

Revelo 
JOYCE F COLE 

Corinth 
ANDREAE REED COLLINS 

Whitesburg 
BYRON LEE COLLINS 

Lexington 
ELIZABETH CAROL COLLINS 

Whitesburg 

WILLIAM BAIRD COLLINS III 

Covington 

JAMES EDWIN COMBEST 

Somerset 
MARGARET DELIL1A COMBS 

Manchester 
RAYMOND BROSS COMBS, JR. 

Whitesburg 
V RAYNELLE COMBS 

Erlonger 
GARRY THOMAS COMLEY 

Lancaster 
TRUMAN S CONGLETON, JR. 

Beottyville 

CAROL G CONLEY 

McArthur, Ohio 
FRANCES KAY CONLON 



Flat 



oods 



PETER F CONNALLEN 
Sporta, New Jersey 

JOHN ANTHONY CONTE 
Hudson, New York 

BRIAN DOUGLAS COOPER 

KENNETH LEE COOPER 
Montictlla 

ROBERT EARL COOPER 
Dayton, Ohio 



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RODNEY KENT COPPAGE 

Florence 
LINDA KAY CORAM 

Doyton, Ohio 
ROBERT LEE CORBIN 

On'ord, Ohio 
SHARON LYNN CORBIN 

Mlddletown 
TWYIA ANN CORDER 



>,■-... 



till 



RONNIE C CORMNEY 

Loncoiler 
TERESA LYNN CORNETT 

Richmond 

TERRY F COTTENGIM 



CAROLE ANN CRACRAFT 

Sardis 
JAMES LESLIE CRAFT 






■nd 



LARRY DON CRITCHFIELD 

Lrmington 
BEVERLY KAYE CRITSER 

Modisonville 
GORDON RHU CROSS, JR. 
Fort Thomos 

THOMAS A CROTTY 

Wyoming. Ohio 
CARLISS DAYLE CROWE 

Winchester 
BARBARA ANN CRUM 

DANIEL BASCOM CRUM. JR. 

Moyiville 
GEORGE PATRICK CRUM 

Wurllond 
JACK BRUCE CRUSE 

Somerset 
DEBORAH IEE CULVER 

Frankfort 



3S3 



Thousands of high school mu- 
sicians prepare to present 
Eastern with "The Sound of 
Music/' 




SANdRA L CUNDIFF 

Brandenburg 
DAVID LEWIS CUPP 

Phill.piburg. Ohio 
PHYLLIS JEAN CUPP 

Manchester 
THEODORE R CURDIS II 

Cynthiana 
CAROL ANN CURNUTTE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
THOMAS MARK CZARKOWSKI 

Scronlon, Pennsylvania 

WALLACE PORTER DAILEY 

Frankfort 

JERRY WAYNE DALE 



MICHAEL LOUIS DART 

Fern Creek 
ANNA JEAN DAVIDSON 

Manchester 
L. CAROL DAVIDSON 

Barhourville 
LESLIE ANN DAVIDSON 

Fort Wright 
ROBERT ENGENE DAVIDSON 

Berea 
EUGENE ROBERT DAVIES 

Lebanon, Pennsylvania 

BRENDA ANN DAVIS 

Whitesburg 
CONNIE SUE DAVIS 

Louisville 
DIANE JEAN DAVIS 

Jordan, New York 
JEFFREY MICHAEL DAVIS 

Richmond 
LARRY DALE DAVIS 

Lexington 
LAURA 6 DAVIS 



LINDA JEANNE DAVIS 
Elizabelhtown 

PATRICIA ANN DAVIS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBBIE LYNN DAWKINS 

RICHARD DARRET.L DAY 

Whitesburg 
ROBERT NEILL DAY 

Lexington 
PAUL EDWIN DEAN 

Clover Bottom 
GENEEN loVERNE DECKER 

DANIEL NICKOLAS DeFRANCESCO 
Trenton, New Jersey 




u And The Bands Played On 



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MELVIN JAY DelONG 
North Lewiiborg. Ohio 

NICK DENIETRE 
Fort Thomas 

LARRY W. DENNEY 
Steam* 

R WILLIAM DeVORE 

Canton. Ohio 

KATHY EILEEN DICK 

Monti cello 
JENNIFER S DicFENBACH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DAVID GERALD DIERSING 



Louii 



ille 



DANNY MICHAEL DILLMAN 

Carlisle, Ohio 
SANDRA RUTH DILTZ 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT J DIVOSEVIC 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
PATRICIA ANN DODGE 

Louisville 
KIM DARYCE DOLVES 

Mllford, Ohio 
GLORIA JEAN DOLL 

Springhouie, Pennsylvania 
BARBARA ANN DONNELL 




BYRON DOUGLAS DOOM 
Danville 

PAMELA ANN DORMAN 

Spnng lob. 

BETTY SYBIL DOTY 

Hyd.n 
JACQUELINE DOTY 



Pain 



LI . 



MAX LO DOTY 

Indionopolii. Indiano 
PATRICIA ANNETTE DOUGLAS 

Toledo. Ohio 
EDWtNA ANN DOYLE 

F.onL-foft 

JEFFREY ALSON DREW 

Richmond 
ALEY DUMIN 

Pittibufgh, P.nniyl.onia 
GAYLA SUE DUNBAR 

Roneil Spring. 
UNA D DUNLAP 

Woyfleivill,, Odlo 
RANOAll E DUNUP 

Woynewille. Ohio 
CHARLES MICHAEL EADS 

Mount Sibling 
DAVID A. ECKMAN 

Florence 

JO ELLEN EDMONDSON 

Winchester 
SHIREEN ELIZABETH EDMONDSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
TERRY THOMAS EDMONDSON 

Williomitown 
JAMES DOUGLAS EDWARDS 

Wayneiville, Ohio 
JERRY EDWARDS 

La n co iter 
KAREN VIRGINIA EDWARDS 

Richmond 
NANCY LOUISE EHRENBERG 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

CHRISTINE E1SELE 

Lexington 
DARYl LEE EISENMENGER 

Louisville 
JAMES ALLAN ELK1N 

Winchester 
LINDA RAY ELKIN 

Winchetter 
KAREN ANN ElllOTT 

Wilmington, Ohio 
DORIS JEAN ELZA 

Eail Bermtod! 
SHIRLEY R ELZA 

London 

ANTHNOY WAYNE ENGLAND 

Cynlhiono 
CARLA MARIE ENOS 

Soint Joieph. Missouri 
JUDY CARROLl ERP 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
GARY THOMAS EPPERSON 

Middlesboro 
DALE L. ESTEPP 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
RALPH E ESTES 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JANICE JOAN ETCHISON 

Hamilton, Ohio 

REBECCA ANN EWERS 

Fredericbtown, Ohio 

HOWARD WAYNE FAHS 



DIANA IEE FARDO 



STEVE WAYNE FARDO 



DIANE A. FARMER 



JAMES D FARMER 
Molneville. Ohio 



SHARON LOUISE FARMER 

Same net 
BERNARD E. FAULKNER 

Hazard 
HARVEY KEITH FAULKNER 

JANE CAROL FAULKNER 

Berry 

CAROL SUE FEATHERSTON 

Lexington 
BOBBIE GENE FELTY 

Clover Bottom 
CHARLES DAVID FERRIELL 

Lorerto 

DONALD LEE FILBRUN 

Doyfon, Ohio 
E. CAROLYN FIELDS 

Hazard 
LONNIE LANE FIELDS 

Brooksvllle 
LINDA LEE FIGGINS 

Covington 
MARY ALICE FISCHER 

Fori Thomas 
CAROLYN SUE FISHER 

Bedford 
JOHN MAC FISHER 

Waynesboro, Virginia 




385 




JAMES ARNOLD FITCH 

Ripley, Ohio 
JAMES A. FITZPATRICK 

Botovia, Ohio 
LOWELL D FLANARY 

Lynch 
LINDA C. FLEENOR 

Whitesburg 
H. ROBERT FLEISCHMAN 



Lou 



rilla 



KAREN PORTER FLETCHER 

Middlubere 
TERRY LEE FLORENCE 

Falmoulfa 

CASSANDRA S. FOILL 

Waverly, Ohio 
GARY ELLIOTT FOOKES 

Covington 

LARRY EDWARD FRANCIS 

Garten 
ELMER FRASURE 

Eon McDowell 
QUINNA ELAINE FRAZIER 

Cordon 
TRUDY DELAINE FREDERICK 

London 
CYNTHIA ANN FREEMAN 

Louisville 

KARL J FREY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES FRANKLIN FROEBE 

Phillipsburg, Ohio 
NYOKA JEAN FUG ATE 

PAUL FUGATE 

Middlefown. Ohio 
KENNETH DENVER FULMER 

E.longer 
KENNETH NELSON FURNISH 



STAN GALBRA1TH 

Carlisle 
PATRICIA ANN GAMBILL 

PointivMe 
JAMES LEWIS GANO 

Wilmington, Ohio 
DEBBIE DELL GARDNER 

Moytvllle 
MARTHA GARLAND 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
VIRGINIA LYNN GARNER 

Jomestown 
ROY DAVIS GASH 



HELEN TERRY GEBUIS 
Haskell, New Jersey 

RANDALL LEE GEORGE 
Lebanon, Ohio 

JAMES EDWARD GIBSON 
Harlan 

ROY ELDEN GIBSON 



Sidn. 



, Ohio 



JAMES THOMAS GILBERT 

Berea 
MICHAEL J GILLEN 

Breezy Point, New York 
DENNIS JOSEPH GILLESPIE 



/1C GILLILAND 



JAMES DOUGLAS GILLIS 

Louisville 
NANCY LEE GILMORE 

Ashland 
ROBERT JAMES GIVIN 

Ringwood, New Jersey 
GARY LEE GOINS 

Newport 
PHILLIP LARKIN GOLDSTON 



ALLAN H. GOODRICH, JR. 

Clarksburg, Massachusetts 
WARREN ALLEN GOOLEY 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
BRENDA JOYCE GORDON 

Frankfort 
KAY GORLEY 

Danville 
LARRY CLEATH GOSSER 

Russell Springs 
RITA M. GOSSER 

Russell Springs 
RAY LAUELLE GREEN 

Milton 

ROBERT STANLEY GREEN 

Lexington 
LINDA LEE GREENE 

SUSAN DOLORES GREENE 

Arlington, Virginia 
JAMES PAUL GREGG 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JAMES LOWELL GROSS. JR 

Carlisle, Oh.o 
ROBERT ALLEN GROSS 

Milton 
KEITH EDWARD GRUBBS 

Middlcsboro 




386 



AUDREY loBlANCHE GRUNDY 

Louisville 
JOHN JOSEPH GU1LFOYLE 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
BETTY LOU GUINN 

Po.nt Lick 
IARRY THOMAS GUPTON 

New Albany, Indiana 
SANDRA U HAAS 

Wouseon, Ohio 
CONSTANCE SIOANE HACKER 

Elkhorn City 
LANA R HACKER 

London 

REUBEN GRANT HACKER 

Oneida 
GARY H HAGADORN 

lofoyette. New Jeney 
STEPHEN D. HALBERT 

BARBARA VIOLA HALL 

Oestwood 
CHARLES ROBERT HALL 

Louisa 
JERRY T. HALL 

Pikeville 
JOHN LINCOLN HALL 

Moorcstown, New Jersey 

JUDITH ANN HALL 



TERESA KATHLEEN HALL 

Covington 
TOMMY D. HALL 

GRETA KAY HAMILTON 

Virgie 
JANET KAYE HAMILTON 

Berea 
GEORGE E HAMPTON 

MARY JEAN HAMPTON 

LaGronge 
RALPH MARION HANEN II 

New Albany, Indiana 
THOMAS MICHAEL HANEY 

Covington 
HARRY HANNAH 

Carlisle, Ohio 
SANDRA L HARDIN 

South Shore 
SHELDON HARDIN 

WILLIAM MICHAEL HARGIS 
Covington 

ROBERT BRADLEY HARGROVE 

Milton 
GENE ALLEN HARMAN 

Elkhorn City 
BILLIE SUE HARMON 

Horrodsburg 

JAMES STEVEN HARNED 

Louisville 
KENNETH RAY HARP 

Flnchville 
BARBARA PAIGE HARRIS 

Jeffersontown 
BOBBY JOHN HARRIS 

Richmond 




JUNIORS 




CLAUDIA STEVENS HARRIS 

Louisville 
JO ANN HART 

Somerset 
LARRY WAYNE HART 

Corbln 
ROBERT FRANKLIN HART JR 

Winchester 
BARBARA LOU HARTMAN 

New Albany, Indiana 

HIRAM LEE HARVILLE 

London 

DENNIS PAUL HASSON 
Fo't Thomas 

JUDY SHARON HAWKINS 

Shelbyvllle 
NELDA ANN HAWKINS 

lawrencrburg 
LARRY HAY 

Maysvllle 
WllBERT HAYES 

Louisville 
WILSON ALLEN HAYS 

Southgote 
SHIRLEY LOUISE HAYSE 

Louisville 
JO ANN HELLARD 



CATHERINE ANN HEllEN 

Louisville 
CAHTY DARLENE HENDERSON 

fort Milchill 
J MICHAEL HENDRICKS 

Eitl 
GLENDA JEAN HENSLEY 

London 
PAUL DOUGLAS HENSLEY 

VERNA CAROL HENSLEY 

Hamilton. Ohio 
CURTIS LYNN HERRING 

Lenington 



387 




CAROLYN JEAN HESLER 

Falmouth 
RONALD GENE HESTER 

Stanford 

MIKE HICKEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PATRICIA ELLYN HICKS 

Wilmington, Ohio 
CAROLYN JEAN HILL 

Louisville 
DANIEL LEE HILL 

Dallas, Texas 
NANCY HILL 



.'OSEPH MONTGOMERY HINTON 

MICHAEL R. HINTON 

Louisville 
DOUGLAS HISEL 

McKee 
JOHN BERRY HOAGLAND 

BARBARA DAWLEY HOLBROOK 

Clyde. Ohio 
SUE HOLBROOK 

Sarasota, Florida 
TED B HOLCOMB 

Troy, Ohio 

GAIL HOLDER 

Russell Springs 

THOMAS NELSON HOllADAY 

PHYLLIS J. HOLLAN 

Austin. Indiana 
CHARLES FRANKLIN HOLLAND 

Florence 
CARL EVERETTE HOLLAR. JR_ 

Chorlottesville. Virginia 
JOHN W HOLLOWAY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
YVONNE HONEYCUTT 

Lincoln Park, Michigan 

MARTIN C HOOVER 

Glenford. Ohio 

MENDOL RUSSELL HOOVER 

Bybee 
DONNA LOUISE HOPMANN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
JOSEPH LEE HORAN 

Louisville 
TED HORNSBY 

Hamilton, Ohio 
KAREN JANE HORRAR 

Louisville 
ROBERT LEE HORTON 

Goshen 

SYLVIA HOSKINS 

Cumberland 
KENNETH LEE HOUP 

High Bridge 
MARTHA P. HOUSE 

London 
RONALD TYRONE HOUSE 

Dayton, Ohio 
LINDA JEAN HOUSTON 

Brodhead 
CYNTHIA ANN HOVEKAMP 

Fort Mitchell 
DAVID WAYNE HOWARD 

Independence 



Football Fever Infects Campus 



DONALD L. HOWARD 

Lexington 

GLENNA JEAN HOWARD 

Richmond 
PATRICIA ANN HOWARD 

Jackson 
ELIZABETH HUBBARD 

Jackson 
MILLARD RICHIE HUFF 

Evarts 
JAMES RONALD HUFFMAN 

Rkavillfl 
DEBORAH ANN HUGHES 

Woyland 

JIMMY DWAIN HUGHES 

Springdale, Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN HUGHES 

Moysville 
RAYMOND LEON HUGHES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
TERRY ANN HUGHES 

Highland Heights 
BEVERLEY KAREN HUMBLE 

Mount Olive) 
CHARLES EDWARD HUNT 



GERALD LEE HUTCHINS 



DAVID ERNEST IMHOFF 

Louisville 
THOMAS ANTHONY IMPARATO 

Lodi, New Jersey 
JOHN ALLEN INGRAM 

Hamilton. Ohio 
PAULA RUTH INGRAM 

Williamsburg 
MICHAEL EVANS IRELANO 

Sonora 
LINDA KAY IRVIN 

Columbia 
JACQUELINE SUE IRVINE 

Eubank 




388 




Every eye follows the ball ot a crucial moment during the game. 




JOHN THOMAS ISAACS 

CHARLES BURREll IVES 

Salem. N*w .:-.-, 
ANNA KAYE JACKSON 

Richmond 
MICHAEL DENNIS JACOBS 

Silver Grov. 
ROBERT KENTON JACKSON 

Bagdad 
WILLIAM DONALD JACKSON 

R.chmond 

IVA JEANES 

Louisville 



KAREN LYNN JEDLICKA 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA LOU JEFFRIES 

Louisville 
NANCY LOIS JEFFRIES 

Moreland 
CHARLES SCOn JENKIN5 

Covington 

DOUGLAS HAIG JENKINS 

Richmond 
WILLIAM THOMAS JENNINGS 

Richmond 
LORAINE MARTHA JETT 

Amelia, Ohio 

CAROL LEE JOHNSON 

Ashland 
MICHAEL JOSEPH JOHNSON 



Leu. 



'ille 



RONALD WAYNE JOHNSON 

Winchester 
STEPHEN MASON JOHNSON 

Frankfort 
CLARENCE ROBERT JONES 



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.Ohio 



JOSEPH RAYMOND JONES, JR. 

Carbin 
JOYCE ANN JONES 



KAREN LOUISE JONES 

Louisville 
SHARON COLLIER JONES 

Richmond 
WILLIAM ELDON JONES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DIANE MARIE JURTSEN 

Florence 
NORMA JEAN JUSTICE 



MARY ANN KALB 



Kearney, New Jersey 

HERBERT W. KAUFMAN 

Somerville. New Jersey 
JAMES EDWARD KAVANA 

Montrose 

KATHRYN FONTAINE KEARNS 

JOHNNY RAY KEEN 

Hyden 
SALLY JANE KEITH 

Orbiionia, Pennsylvania 
GARY LEE KELLER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DENNIS WILLIAM KELLEY 

Lakeside Park 

PAUL EDWIN KELLY II 

Pikeville 
BARBARA JEAN KIDD 

Plecsant Plain, Ohio 
VICTOR JOHN KIDD 

Cumberland 
ROBERT TRUMAN KIEFER 

Fort Thomas 
GARNARD CHELDON K1NCER, JR. 

Cremona 
CAROL RAE KING 

Moarestown. New Jersey 
JOHN G. KING 

Lexington 




38* 




MARY ANN KINKER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

MARTHA SUE KINNEY 

McKinney 
BETTY JO KINTNER 

Ashland 
ANN CLAY KIRK 

Harrodsburg 
JANET KIRSCH 

Sinai 
KAREN LYNN KLECKNER 

Dayton, Ohio 
CHRISTINE KNEPPER 



CHARLES KOEPP 

Aurora, Illinois 
JOE BRYANT KOGER 

Albany 
KAREN ANNE KOSFELD 

Louisville 
SHERRY ANN KOTTMYER 

Constance 
TONI KAY KUTCHBACK 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JOHN MILLER LACKEY 

Bern 
JACK ALLEN LAHUE 

Louisville 

CAROL ANN LAIRD 

London, Ohio 
MELVIN LAKES 

McKee 
RONNIE DAK LAKES 

McKee 
MARGARET ADAMS LANDEFELD 

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 
YOLONDA LANIER 

Louisville 
LARRY JAMES LARESE 

Export, Pennsylvania 
JAMES BRUCE LATHROP 

Harrodsburg 

HAROLD W LATT1MORE 

Newton. New Jersey 
RITA ANN LAWRENCE 

Louisville 
STEVEN WAYNE LAWRENCE 

Louisville 
BARBARA ETTA LAWSON 

Whitley Ciry 
AGNES LEAR 

Richmond 
JAMES POPE LEDFORD 

JUDI LEDFORD 



KEN LEDFORD 



WILLIAM HENRY LEDFORD 



Aiddlei 



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DAVID M. LEE 

MICHAEL IRL LEET 

LaGrange 
CAROLYN KAY LeMASTER 

Prestoniburg 

CAROLYN SUE LEWIS 

Princeton 
WILLIAM BRUCE LEWIS 



GARY L LIGHTNER 

West Milton. Ohio 
LINDA LOU LINCICOME 

Somerville. Ohio 
ALENE LINDON 

Compton 
DENNIS A LING 

Melbourne 
EARL WAYBURN LITTON 

Cropper 
SUE LITZENBERGER 

El.iobethlown 
JOHN S LOCKWOOD 



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JUNIORS 



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JOHN HERBERT LODGE 

Bonnock, Ohio 
CARL EDWARD LOEWENSTINE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BONNIE L IOGAN 

Lancaster 
BOB LOBSOON 



VICKI RUTH LONG 

Louisville 
CARRIE MARIA LOVELESS 

Cain's Store 

MARY SUSAN LOVELl 



Lo 



ville 



DAVID CARTER LOWE 

Sondusky, Ohio 
JAMES LAWRENCE LOWE 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 

JEANETTE ROBERTS LOWE 



Morr 



. Ohio 



CAROLYN LUNSFORD 

Hampton, Virginia 
RHODA B LUSK 

Louisville 
PATRICIA ANN LYNCH 

Hamilton, Ohio 

LINDA LOUISE LYONS 

Maysville 
CARROLL SCOTT McBRAYER 

Fronkfort 
SHERSI ANNE McCARTY 

Coving.on 

GLORIA JEAN McCAULEY 

Versailles 
MARY LYNN McCUBBIN 

Horse Cave 
RITA GRACE McGINNIS 

Load 
GEORGE M McGOWAN 



EDWARD JOHN McGUIRE 

Central Islip, New York 
JANE C. McKINNEY 

Berea 
MAUREEN LEE McKINNEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL CHARLES McKINNEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BILL MAGGARD. JR 

Louisville 
DAVID FERMAN MAHAN 

South Williamson 
PATRICIA MAHAN 

Princeton 

PEGGY ELIZABETH MAHAN 

South Williamson 
LESTER LEE MAINOUS 

Beattyville 
KIRBY H. MAJOR 

South Shore 
MICHAEL EDWARD MALEY 

Erlonger 
PEGGY MANNEN 

Hampton, Virginia 
TONY MANNEN 

Baltimore. Maryland 
LOIS ANN MANNS 

Waylond 

DOROTHY E MARCUM 

Albany 
CHARLES RICHARD MARRA 

Jeffersonville, Indiana 
DAVID R MARTELL 

Cranston. Rhode Island 
DAVID FRANKLIN MARTIN 

Hchron 
JUDITH KAY MARTIN 

South Shore 
M. MICHAEL MARTIN 

NANCY LEE MARTIN 




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Friends, a bright atmosphere, 
and good food are conducive 
to enjoyable dining at Sidney 
Clay cafeteria. 



THOMAS R. MARTIN 

Lou^ville 
SAMUEL VINCENT MARTONE 

Cliffside Pork, New Jersey 
JOYCE ELLEN MASON 

Carrol I ton 
KENT A. MASON 

Sauthgato 
LARRY MICHAEL MASON 

Booneville 
ENGENE V. MASSEY 

Lynch 
WILLIAM DAVID MATHIS 

Shelbyville 

KEN MATLOCK 

LINDA SUE MATTHEWS 

Richmond 
MARY L. MATTHEWS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
HENRY H. MAURER 



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JOHN J. MAUTNER 

Interloken, New Jersey 

DONNA LYNN MAY 
Phyllis 

WARREN ALLEN MAY 



BILLIE YVONNE MAYS 

Williamsburg 
GARY LEE MEFFORD 

Corrollton 
KAREN JEAN MEIER 

Fort Thomoi 
EVERETT C. MELIUS 

Central Islip, New York 
DANIEL MELUL 

Haddon Heights, New Jersey 
GENEVIEVE MELTON 

Cody 
JOYCE YVONNE MESSINGER 

Richmond 

JANET GAIL MEYER 

Somen. New York 
NAOMI FAYE MEYER 

Louisville 
BEVERLY ANN MIDDLETON 

Mason, Ohio 
ELIZABETH MIKE 




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BARBARA LEE MILES 

Mason, Ohio 
PAMELA KAY MILLER 

Dayton, Ohio 
THOMAS K MILLER 







KRISTI LEE MILLIGAN 

Ripley, Ohio 
FREDDIE LOVE MILLS 

JUDY A MILLO 
Evarti 

JAMES ANDERSON MILLS 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

DARRYL MONROE MINK 
London 

GLENDA L MINTON 

DANNY WALKER MITCHELL 
Fronkfort 

PAMELA LEE MITCHELL 
Frankfort 

SUE KAREN MOBERLY 

Richmond 
EDWARD C. MOEVES 

Erlanger 

BETTY ELLEN MOLYNEAUX 

Bardstown 
VEVA MARIE MONICAL 



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MICHAEL CLARK MONTGOMERY 

McKinney 
COLLEEN DEE MOORE 

Independence 



Christmas festivities included an Open 
House at Walters Hall, the newest 
women's dormitory. 





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JUDY ANN MOOBE 

MouBI Sterling 

WILLIAM MICHAEL MOOBE 

Sobmo. Ohio 
SUSANNE MOOHEB 

Moo„i,own, N.w ) w , My 
WIUIAM B MOOBE 

London 
VICKt MOOBES 

Oglelhorpv, Georgia 
JACK MILION MOREUND 
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DANIEL WILLIAM MORGAN 
LARRY WHEELER MORGAN 

LibrMy 

LAWRENCE D MORPHY 

Spa.to. --■ 
HARRY LEE MORRIS 

She1by>m. 
HOWARD R MORRIS 

Liverpool, England 
NITA ELAINE MORRISON 

ElitabetMown 
SHARYNN N MORT 

Orb.ionio. Pennsylvanio 

GARY LYNN MOSLEY 

Hoiord 
GENE H MOStEY 

Wheelwr.ght 

TED MOSLEY 

London 
JOHN ROBERT MOTLEY 

W e „ Liberty 

CAROLYN SUE MOUNCE 

Nancy 
HELEN FAYE MULLINS 

Middletboro 
CHRISTOPHER A MUNCY 
Hydnn 

BEVEBLY IRENE MURPHY 

Stearns 
KATHLEEN D MURPHY 

Cedor Grove, New Jersey 
MARY ANN MURPHY 

Lancaster 
MICHAEL MURPHY 

lencaiter 
TERRY IEE MURPHY 

Louisville 
WALTER RALPH MURPHY 

ROGER A MURRAY 



Yuletide Means Pilgrimage Home 



SHARON LEE MURRAY 

Largo, Florida 

THOMAS RAY MUSGRAVE 

Union. Ohio 
CHARLES STEVEN MYERS 

LINDA SUE NEAL 
Winchester 

SUE ANN NEALE 

Loveland, Ohio 
RITA EILEEN NEEDY 

Louisville 
RICHARD EWING NELSON 

Lexington 

PATIRCIA BLANCHE NEWELL 

Louisville 
CONNIE ANN NEWMAN 

Richmond 
SHIRLEY ANN NEWSOME 

Lincoln Park. Michigan 
DONNA J. NICHOLS 

Shelbyville 
JO ANNE NICHOLS 

Glasgow 
PHILIP ALLEN NICHOLS 

Glasgow 
BARBARA JEAN NICKELL 

Ashland 

DALE ARLENE NOBLE 

Beattyville 
PAUL RANDALL NOLTE 

Fort Mitchell 
GARY BRUCE NORMAN 

South Lebanon. Ohio 
NANCY JEAN NUHN 



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. Ohio 



LINDA GAYLE NUUN 



MICHAEL E NYGREN 

Morris Plains, New Jersey 

MARY ANN O'HARA 
Corinth 

JEFFREY PAUL OKESON 
Andover, New Jersey 

STEVEN WILEY OKESON 
Andover, New Jersey 

JUDY COLLEEN OLIN 
Versailles 

GWENDOLYN LEAH OLIVER 



DANNY WESLEY O'NEAL 

Catlettsburg 
MICHAEL WAYNE OSBORNE 

Virgie 
RITA JUNE OSBORNE 

Corbin 




303 





REBECCA SUE OWEN 

Compbellsville 
SUE ANNE OWENS 

Stanford 
ARTHUR GRANT PACE 

Dizney 
DAVID LEE PACK 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
KENNETH DALE PAGE 

Columbia 
CHARLES MICHAEL PALMER 

Middletown, Ohio 
JAMES KENNETH PARKER 



WILLIAM V PARRISH 

Richmond 
GAYLE ALLEN PARSONS 

Owenton 
WILLIS RUDD PARSONS. JR. 

Louisville 
PATRICIA ANN PASLEY 

Winchester 
ELOISE P PATTERSON 

South Shore 
JOHN W PATTERSON 

West Alexandria, Ohio 
KENNETH RAY PATTERSON 

Corbin 

VIRGINIA KAY PATTERSON 

Harrodsburg 

LOUELLA F PATTON 

Richmond 
CARLOS BENNY PEACE 

Middlesboro 
WILLIAM CALDWELL PECK 

Mount Sterling 
BARBARA LYNN PEERCY 

Monticello 
BONNIE SUE PENDERGRASS 

Bordstown 
LINDA LOU PENDERGRASS 

Bardstown 

TOMMIE JEAN PENNINGTON 

Berea 
JANET RUTH PENNYCUFF 

SHARON LANE PENROD 

Bellevue 
SAUNDRA LEE PERDUE 

Winchester 
JAMES PERKS 

Springfield. Ohio 
DARRELL PERRY 

Shelbyville 
MAXINE LAIL PERRY 

Whitley City 

CHARLES ROBERT PETERS 

Lily 
MARY ELIZABETH PETIT 

Lexington 
JAMES ALVA PETTIT 



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DANIEL ANTHONY PETZOLD 

Louisville 
JAMESETTA FRANCENE PEYTON 

Richmond 
WILLIAM JOSEPH PFEFFER 

Mayiville 
JESSE RALEIGH PHILLIPS 

JUDITH W. PHILLIPS 

Pikevillc 
KATHY PHILLIPS 

Pikevllla 
LINDA CAROL PHILLIPS 

Simpsonvllle 
MELODY ANN PHILLIPS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
NORMAN EUGENE PHILLIPS 

Louisville 
CLEOPHAS PHILON 

Hazard 
LINDA ELAINE PHIPPS 

Conncl City 




394 




A radiant smile, as junior Peggy Mannen dis- 
covered, is a vital quality for Homecoming parade. 



JOHN EDWARD PICKARSKI 

JOSEPH M PICKETT 

Stotetville. North Carolina 
CHARIOTTE PIERCE 

Worllond 

GEORGE B. PIERCE 

South Fort Mitchell 
PATRICIA ANN PIGMAN 

Hazard 
THOMAS CAREY PINKERTON 

Lexington 
RAYMOND PINSON JR. 

Sidney. Ohio 




JUNIORS 




JOYCE RUTH PIPES 



DONNO LYNN POHLMANN 

Louisville 
JAMES OTIS POL LEY 

Hodgenville 

LELVE PONDER 

Homifton. Ohio 

JANICE ALENE POPE 

London 
EUGENE C POPLAR 

Lexington 

GARY B POPPENHOUSE 
Cincinnotl, Ohio 

WILLIAM HENRY POTTER 

Harrodlburg 

KATHRYN AILEEN POUND 

Mount Wojhlngton 

LINDA CAROL POWELL 
Monticella 

PHILIP JOSEPH POWELL 

Lexington 
JANINE ELIZABETH POWERS 

Winchester 
BEVERLY JEAN POZARNSKY 



BONNIE LEE POZARNSICY 



JOSEPH R PRATS 
Mamfleld, Ohio 
VIRGINIA ANN PREECE 

Grundy. Virg.nlo 

THOMAS W PRESLEY 

Atlonto, Georgia 

CHARLES BURTON PREWlTT 

Paint Lick 

JUDITH KAY PRICE 

Beattyville 
JERRY EUGENE PUILINS 

Mineral City. Ohio 

CLEOPHUS PURSIFUll 
Mlddleiboro 

KENNETH WILBUR PUTNAM 

Randolph. Maine 
OANIEL LEE PYLE 

Greenfield. Ohio 
FRANCES MAYO QUEEN 

Louisville 
NANCY LaRUE QUIRE 

SimpionvEIU 
DAVID RADER 

Moncheiter 
JUDITH ANN RAGUND 

Wlncheiter 
HAZEL FRANCES RANDOLPH 

Dayton, Ohio 

JAMES M RAMSEY 
McKee 

JAMES RAY RATLIFF 

Mount Sterling 

ALAN SCOn RAZOR 

Doyton. Ohio 
JAMES ROBERT RESMANN 

PAUL DOUGLAS REDwQN 

Lexington 
SANDRA UNCE REED 

Harrodtburg 
MARY CHARLENE REESE 



395 



Now all she needs (in addition 
to getting her term paper writ- 
ten) is a young man to carry 
her books back to the dorm. 




ROGER DOUGLAS REMER 

Trenton, New Jersey 
JO ANN RENFROE 

South Point, Ohio 
CHARLES ELDON REYNOLDS 

Crittenden 
WILLIAM GREGORY RHODUS 

Ashland 
TERRY ARTHUR RICHARD 

Sobino. Ohio 
LINDY HOWARD RIGGINS 

Cambridge, Maryland 
ROBERT H RIGGS 



ALLEN KURT RILEY 

Stanford 
ELIZABETH ANNE RILEY 

ISABELL RILEY 

Nicbolaivllle 
TERRY RISNER 

Pineville 
LINDA ANN RITCHIE 

Carlisle 
LARRY A RITTER 

Falmouth 
CHARLES P. ROACH 

Harrodiburg 

ELDON LEE ROBBINS 

London 
DAVID MAURICE ROBERTS 

Louisville 
LINDA R. ROBERTS 

Erlanger 
PATRICIA D. ROBERTS 

Harold 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE ROBERTS 

Piheville 
KENNETH W. ROBEY 

Lexington 
CARL C ROBINSON 

Jenkins 

GEORGE EDWARD ROBINSON 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
LINDA LEE ROBINSON 

Albany 
MARION MARSHALL ROBINSON I 

Berea 
VONDA LOU ROBNISON 

LocVport 
WANDA ROBINSON 

Manchester 
LINDA LEE RODDY 

Rochester. Pennsylvania 
CARL H. ROGERS 



JAMES RALPH ROLLINS 
Rockhold 

DAVID JAMES ROMAN 

Moline, Illinois 
DIANA RAE ROSE 



JUDITH TAYLOR ROSE 

Whitesburg 
BELINDA ROSENBERGER 

Carrollton 
VINCENT DYKES ROSENTHAL 

Winchester 

LINDA LEE ROSS 

Richmond 
JANIS M. ROUTT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
VERNA HAE ROWLAND 

Clover Bottom 
ROBERT ANDREW ROWLETT 

Milton 
PHILIP RUCHKA, JR. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
CAROLYN ANN RUSSELL 

Mackville 
ROBERT JONATHAN RUSSELL 

Granville, Ohio 




396 



NANCY LOUISE RUSSELL 

Ashland 
RONALD LYNN RUSSELL 

Danville 
JAMES HAMPTON RUTH 

Claymont, Delaware 
ROSANNE SABATELLI 

Harrison, Ohio 
ROCKE LEE SACCONE 

SHIRLEY MAE SALKO 

Newton, New Jersey 
GREGORY KENNETH SAMONS 

Martin 

OSCAR SAMONS 

JOHN KEITH SANDERS 

Millfield, Ohio 
ROBERT EDWARD SANDERS 

Covington 
MARVIN J SANDS 

Louisa 
PAUL L SAUNDERS 

ANDY SAWYER 

Louisville 
LINDA MARIE SCHRADIN 

Hamilton, Ohio 

VICKI LIZABETH SCHUFF 

Drookville, Ohio 
SANDRA LEE SCHUMMER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA LOU SCOn 

WILLIAM U SCOn 



Sebastian's Dronch 
JUDITH CAROL SEWELL 

Jackson 
WILLIAM BRENT SHADWICK 

Bethlehem 

ANN FRANCES SHARP 

Harrodsburg 
JON WOODSON SHARPE 

South Fort Mitchell 
DAVID LYNN SHAW 

North Bend. Ohio 
JOSEPH WILLIAM SHEILLEY 

Louisville 
DONALD LEE SHEPHERD 

Junction City 
ROBERT MERRILL SHERMAN 

Winchester 
GARY DEAN SHROUT 

Mount Sterling 

LAURENCE WILLIAM SHUCK 

Bethlehem 
THOMAS HAROLD SHUFF 

Hagerstown, Moryland 
VIRGINIA LOUISE SHULL 

Flat 
ROBERT ALAN SIEBEL 

Springfield, Virginia 
MARY KATHLEEN SIMON 

Ports, Ohio 
DANIEL WAYNE SIMPSON 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JAMES ALLEN 5IMPSON 

Louisa 

STEPHEN SCOTT SIMPSON 

Lancaster 
DANIEL CRAIG SIMS 

Dayton, Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN SIMS 

Richmond 
BRENDA LOY SINGLETON 

Manchester 
LINDA FAYE SININGER 





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KAREN SUE SINTZ 

Brookville, Indian. 
PATRICIA SIPES 




Three Down And One To Go 




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CAROL LOUISE SITTIG 

Louisville 
GLENDA KAY SIZEMORE 

Freeburn 
JOHNNIE M. SIZEMORE 

Hyden 

ELIZABETH H SKAGGS 

Indian Harbour Beoch, Florida 
JANE WADE SKELTON 

Grove City, Pennilyvonia 
RUSSELL J. SLONE 

ARNOLD RAY SLUSHER 
Harlan 

HUBERT FRANKLIN SMART 

Winchester 
BEVERLY ANN SMITH 

Lexington 
BONNIE SUE SMITH 

Hazard 
CARL ANTHONY SMITH 

Richmond 
DOUGLAS SMITH 

Kerby Knot. 
EURA 5MITH, JR, 

FREIDA KAY SMITH 
Harrodsburg 



397 




GARY DAVID SMITH 

Leesburg, Ohio 
JANE ELIZABETH SMITH 

Mars Hill, Maine 
JANE WILLIS SMITH 

Swannanoa, North Carol 
JENNY WILSON SMITH 

Louisa 
JERRY RONALD SMITH 

Hazard 
KENNETH ALLEN SMITH 

Ashland 
MICHAEL DWAIN SMITH 



P. VINCENT SMITH 
Trenton, Ohio 

RITA MAE SMITH 



SHARON SMITH 

Manchester 
SHIRLEY J, SMITH 

Whitesburg 
TERESA ANN SMITH 

Latham, Ohio 
ULYS SMITH 



WILLIAM ALBERT SMITH 



WILLIAM TAULBEE SMITH 

PikevFlle 
WILSON VANCE SMITH 

Middlesboro 
WATHENA SMYTH 

Ravenna 
BRENDA RUTH SMYTHE 

Ashland 
ROSS MORTON SNYDER, JR. 

Middletown, Ohio 
RICHARD CHARLES SOBANSKI 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES STEPHEN SOUTHERLAN 

Husfonvilfe 

GEORGE WAIN SPALDING 

LOIS SPARKS 

Morrill 
EDWARD SPICER 

Jackson 
ELIZABETH H. SPICER 

Richmond 
ROBERT FRAZIER SPRAGUE 

Newport 
JOHN W. SPR1ESTERSBACH 

Dayton, Ohio 
FRANK T. STACKHOUSE 

Eastern, Pennstyvanio 



DAVID LEE STAPLETON 

Richmond 
DIANA LYNN STAPLETON 

Richmond 
SHARON SIMPSON STARNES 

STEVE B, STATZER 

Richmond 
GAIL HOPE STAYTON 

Lexington 
ANN MARIE STEFFEN 

Maysville 
DUANE L. STEPHENS 

Nicholosville 

JAMES WILLIAM STEPHENS 

Stanton 
MARY EDNA STEPHENS 

SALLY IRENE STEPHENS 

Louisville 
MORRIS ALLEN STEWART 

Perryville 
WILLIAM MORRIS STEWART 

JOHN EDWARD STIEFEL 

Piqua, Ohio 
NANCY CAROL STIGERS 



MARY LAURA STIVERS 

ROY WAYNE STIVERS 

Carrolllon 
DONALD RAY STOKLEY 

DONALD CLYDE STORM 

Lily 
LEATH R STORY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARVIN LEE STRONG 

Tyner 
DAVID STUCKENBERG 

Homilton, Ohio 

SANDRA CAROL STUMBO 

Harold 
LINDA M. SUNDELL 

Louisville 
ANITA CHRISTINE SURO 

Kettering, Ohio 
LINDA CAROL SUSONG 

Middletown, Ohio 
WILLIAM F SWAIN 

Corbin 
BRUCE ERWARD SWANGO 

Volly Station 
PATRICIA ANN SWANGO 

Kettering, Ohio 





THOMAS MICHAEL SWARTZ 
Wot*rvli»t, Michigan 

JIM EDWARD SWETNAM 
JefUreontewn 

ANNE HOFFMAN TACKETT 

"jOT.rnrl 

DONAID BRUCE TANDY 

Mad-ion, Indiana 
VICKY JANE TANNER 

Richmond 
PATRICIA ANN TAfiVIN 

California 
CHARLES DOUGLAS TAYLOR 

Louiiville 

MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

Booneville 
RAY TURNER TAYLOR 

Por.i 

RICHARD TAYLOR 

Wrlliamitewn 
SUSAN GAY TAYLOR 

Richmond 
STEVE TEMPLETON 

Moreheod 
JANET LOUISE TERRY 

Jock ion 
JOHN MICHAEL THACKER 

Sugof Grove, Ohio 

VERA RAE THACKER 
GLENN PHILLIP THEREl 



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BARBARA JO THOMAS 

New Boston, Ohio 
CAROLYN ANN THOMAS 

Wheelwright 
LINDA SUE THOMER 

Cold Spring 
WILLIAM DAVID THOMAS 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
GEORGIA MAE THOMASON 

Leitchfietd 

BRENDA VIRGINIA THOMPSON 

Arlington, Virginia 
DAVID FOLEY THOMPSON 

Pmeville 
DWANE LEROY THOMPSON 

Hebron 
KAY THOMPSON 

Berry 
LIBBIE LENORA THOMPSON 

Harlan 
SHARON ANN THOMPSON 

Florence 
CANDACE LORRAINE THORNTON 

Walton 



JUNIORS 



JAMES THOMAS THURMAN 

Richmond 
JOYCE A. TINCHER 

Booneville 
LAWRENCE B. TOWNSEND, JR. 

AltaVista, Virginia 
BENNIE MICHAEL TRAIL 

Manchester 

LINDA MARIE TRAUTMAN 

Cleves, Ohio 
DOUGLAS I TREADWAY 

Geneva-On-The-Loke, Ohio 
WILLIAM W. TREMPER 

Silver Grove 

FRED LOUIS TROIKE 

Miami, Florida 
RODGER E TRUE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SUSAN M. TRUE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA SUE TUCKER 

New Baltimore, Ohio 
SUSAN DELL TUCKER 

Paris 
CHARLES BERRY TURNER 

Booneville 
EILEEN MURIEL TURNER 

Erlanger 

ETHEL MAE TURNER 

Williamsburg, Ohio 
GENE RAY UNGRUHN 

Fort Meyers Beach, Florida 
MARK GLENN UPTON 

Louisville 
JOHN CLAYTON VANETTI 

Jefferson town 
REECY FAE VAN SICKLE 

Richmond 
JAN PAUL VARNEY 

LARRY WILLIAM VARNEY 
Fairfield. Ohio 

GARY DEAN VENCILL 

Richmond 
LARRY E. VENCILL 

Richmond 
RICHARD T. VEREKER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
DAVID ROBINSON VICKERS 

Richmond 
JIM A. VITTITOE 

Florence 
WILLIAM CHARLES VOELKER 

MARGETTA M VOIERS 

Tollesboro 




3?o 




LORAINE WADE 

Mount Orab, Ohio 
MAUREEN KAY WADE 

Milton 
LOUIS J. VOLK 

Blanchester, Ohio 
GLORIA JEAN WAGNER 

Richmond 
JAMES SYLVESTER WAGNER 

Covington 
DAVID EDWARD WAINSCOTT 

Shelbyville 
DIANE HARROD WAINSCOTT 

Shelbyville 

CHARLES WADE WAITS 

Eastwood 
KAREN KASH WALKER 



WILLIAM JOHN WALL 

Prince George County, Vir, 
JAMES SCOTT WALLACE 

Louisville 
JEANENE WALLINGFORD 

Maysville 
JAY WALRAVEN 

Wilmington, Ohio 

DAVID WALTERS 

Lexington 
BRENDA G WAMPLER 

Whrtesburg 
DONALD FOX WARD 

Hazard 
LYNDA K. WARD 

Painfcvllle 
JOHN D. WARE 

Mout Sterling 
BURDETTA JINX WARREN 

Richmond 
MARILYN BETH WATKINS 

Lexington 

CAROL ANNE WATSON 



NEILL T. WATTS 

Louisville 
SHARON ZENITA WATTS 

Halite 
LYNDON BROWN WEAKLEY 

5Impsonville 
DANIEL RAY WEAVE 

Falmouth 
MARY JANE WEBER 

Fairfield, Ohio 

RON JAMES WEBSTER 

Erlonger 
RECECCA WEICHHAND 

Covington 
MICHAEL G. WEIS 

Wilmington, Ohio 
JULIE ANN WELLS 

Covington 
SANDRA R. WELLS 

Connel City 
KENNETH DRAKE WESTLAKE 

Grove City, Pennsylvania 
SANDRA LEE WEYR1CH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



Shades Of Bourbon Street Shadow Mardi Gras 



ROBERT BLAIR WHEELER 

London 
ROBERT CLIFTON WHEELER 

Russell 
JACKIE L WHITAKER 

Richmond 
ROLAND WHITAKER 

Winchester 
DANIEL R. WHITE 

Alexandria 
JAMES MeCLURE WHITE 

Paris 
MARY E. WHITE 

Pittsford, Vermont 

LEONARD ROBERT WHITECAR 

Alexandria, Virginia 
JACKIE EVON WHITEHOUSE 

Mockville 
RONALD LEE WHITMER 

Harrodsburg 
JUDY GAYLE WHITNEY 

Waynesville, Ohio 
JAMES LEON WHITTAMORE 

Bybee 
JUDITH SELLER WIGLESWORTH 

Versailles 
STEVE WILBORN 

Shelbyville 

DAVID GORDON WILDE 



KAREN YVONNE WILHAM 

Liberty 
DENNIS LEE WILLIAMS 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
HOWARD MAURICE WILLIAMS 

McKee 
JANET ROMA WILLIAMS 

Kings Mountain 
TERRY ANN WILLIAMS 

Berea 
PORTIA KATHERINE WILLIAMSON 

Covington 




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JAMES DOUGLAS WILMHOFF 

E.lang.r 
JUDY RUTH WILLIMANN 

Hal.don, N«w J.rtty 
ROBERT BRUCE WILLIAMSON 

North Vernon, Indiana 
JOHN MICHAEL WILLS 

Peril 
EDWARD HAROLD WILSON 

Porii 
JUDITH MIDDAUGH WILSON 

Harrodiburg 
RINE L 
land, ( 

ROBERT WAYNE WILSON 

SenwMf 
RUTH ANN WILSON 

Milford. Ohio 

MICHAEL EDWARD WIRA 

Newport 
MARLENE ANN WISOWATY 

Camden, New Jency 
CONNIE LEA Win 

McKee 
DANNY RAY Win 

JOHN CHARLES Win 
LARRY YOUNG WOFFURM 



DONNA L WOLFE 

Covington 
GEORGE L. WOLSKI 

Palm Beach, Florida 
GAYLE F WOOD 

Middletown, Ohio 
JAMES MICHAEL WOOD 

Circleville, Ohio 
PHILLIP SCOn WOODALL 



JANE ELIZABETH WOODS 
Rochesler, Pennsylvania 

RON PAUL WOODWARD 



JULIAN WILLIAM WRIGHT 

Spnngfield, Ohio 
LINDA IRENE WRIGHT 

Louisville 
KATHLEEN A YACABONE 

Lincoln Park. New Jeney 
CARROLL ALLEN YATES 

ShelbyvHIe 
JOHN W YEARSLEY 

Cvnthiona 

BRUCE S. YOUNG 

Louisville 
ROBERT WILLIAM YOUNG 

Middletown, Ohio 
WILLIE I YOUNG 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JANICE E. ZERHUSEN 

South Fori Mitchell 
WILLIAM CLARK ZWICK 




Students enjoy the candle- 
light atmosphere at the an- 
nual Mardi Gras Dance. 



4C1 



Class of 1970 




CLASS OFFICERS: JIM MARCUM, President: MIKE MUNN, Treasurer; RON BURGESS, Vice 
President; MIKE BOWERS, Student Council; BOBBIE BRITTAIN, Student Council; SANDY TODD, 
Reporter; KATHY COLWELL, Secretary. 

This year the Sophomore Class blossomed into one of the most 
ambitious organizations on campus. Under the aggressive lead- 
ership of its president, Jim Marcum, the class of '70 has branched 
out into several areas of endeavor heretofore left untouched 
by Eastern's previous classes. 

In the area of academic achievement, the class offered scholar- 
ships to students in various departments whose talents merited 
rewarding. Not to leave unnoticed the deserving children of 
the state as well, the class purchased 100 footballs and dis- 
tributed them to the needy children of the communities surround- 
ing Eastern. Recognizing the need of more activities on campus, 
the class sponsored several dances throughout the school year 
for the students and erected huge posters declaring its support 
of our athletes, thus giving an immeasurable boost to our some- 
time indifferent school spirit. To be sure, the year of '67-'68 
was a richly rewarding experience for the Sophomore Class. 



402 




CHARLYN LEE ABELl 

Louisville 
PAUL ERIC A8ERCRUMBIE 

CAROL MARIE ADAMS 

Mont.c«1lo 
JAMES G ADAMS 

Flounce 
ROBERT EUGENE ADAMS 

SHARON RAE AOAMS 

Erlong.r 
DOUGLAS EUGENE ADKINS 



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Ohio 



JAY EDWARD AKERS 

Anderson, Indiana 
THARON JEAN AKERS 

Preslombgfg 
BARBARA ANN ALEXANDER 

Pleasant Hill. Ohio 
JAMES G ALEXANDER 

Horrodtburg 
LINDA KAY ALEXANDER 

Campton 
JERRY GRANT ALLEN 

Paris 
CLAUDE FRED ALLEY 

Forest Hills 

STEVEN RAY ALLISON 

Lexington 
E GARY AUBURGEY 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
WANDA FAYE AMBURGY 

Pine R<dge 
CRAIG I AMMERMAN 

Richmond 
ELLIS ANDERSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM K ANDERSON 

Albion, New York 
GLENN ELDON ANGUS 

Owoiio, Michigan 

SANDRA LEE ANKfiUM 

Lexington 
JOAN KAY ANSLEY 

Kenton, Ohio 
TIM A ARGABRIGHT 

Anderson, Indiana 
SHARON LEE ARMSTRONG 

Louisville 
DOUGLAS MICHAEL ARNOLD 

Jamestown, New York 
GEORGE RALPH ARNOLD 

Lancaster 
GERALD WILLIAM ARNOLD 



KAREN ELAINE AUGSPURGER 

Eaton, Ohio 
KAREN SUE AUSTIN 

Fort Thomas 
MARK ARTHUR AUSTIN 

Poducah 
DONNA VALERIE BABINSKI 

JULIE BADER 



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RONALD CAMPBELL BAGWELL 

Lebanon 
STEPHEN CHARLES BAHNS 

Centersville, Ohio 

DONNA MARIAH BAILEY 

Gordon 
JAMES LYNN BAILEY 

Miomisburg, Ohio 
BRENDA LOU BAIRD 

Barbourville 
ALLEN HOWARD BAKER 

Crob Orchard 
DANNY CARL BAKER 

Walton 
MARGARET ANN BAKER 

Manchester 
MICHAEL A BAKER 

Miamisburg, Ohio 



Competent New Class Officers Assume Positions 



CHARLENE I. BALDINGER 

DOUGLAS KENT BALES 

New Lebanon 
JOE THOMAS BALMOS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL LEE BANNING 



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DAVID BURNS BANNISTER 

Paris 
BARRY GLYN BARD 

Middletown, Ohio 
DONNA SUE BARGER 

Montrose, New York 

SUE BARGER 

Richmond 
JOHN JOSEPH BARKER 



Louis 



Tile 



MARSHA JEAN BARKHAU 

Erlanger 
MARGARET HARRIS BARNARD 

Mount Sterling 
NANCY JANE BARNES 

Alexandria 
BILL CLAYTON BARNETT 

Winchester 
JACK CRAMER BARNETT, JR 




403 




JOY ANN BARR 

Dayton, Ohio 
JAMES ROBERT BARRIER 

Monlieello 
LINDA LEE BARTH 

Dayton 
FRANCES L BARTHEL 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CONNIE RAMSEY BATES 



Moi 



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HOWARD EUGENE BATTLES 

Stanton 
ROBERT DOUGLAS BAUER 

Napoleon, Ohio 

CONSTANCE J. BAUGHMAN 

Vandalia, Ohio 
ROBERT S BAUMGARDNER 

Louisville 
GARY SANTFORD BEAGLE 

Valley Station 
SHERRY LYNN BEAM 

Louisville 
SANDRA L. BEATTIE 

Lexington 
BRENDA SUE BEATY 

Doyton, Ohio 
MARILYN BEESLEY 

Brookville 

JANICE BEGLEY 

Goys Creek 
RITA FAYE BELL 

Monticello 
YVETTE MAREA BED. 

Louisville 
BARBARA LOU BENNETT 

DAVID LEE BENNETT 

Louisville 
CAROLYN MAE BERGER 

Saint Albans, West Virginia 
KENNETH RAY BERRY 



MARC HAROLD BERRY 

Russell 
CLETUS MICKEY BERTRAM 

Monticello 
LYNNE MARIE BILESKE 

Fredonia, New York 
DONNA BINGHAM 

Middlesboro 
LOIS JEAN BINGHAM 

Richmond 
MARY LOU BLACK 

BARBARA ANN BLACKBURN 
Carrollfon 



NEVILLE LOREN BLAKEMORE 

Largo, Florida 

RENEE CLARE BLEDSOE 

Louisville 
GARY JOSEPH BLEICHNER 

Southgo'e 
JILL F. BLOOMER 

Kettering, Ohio 
ERINEST LANE BOARDMAN 

Richmond 
GUIDO BOGGIO 

Haibrouck Heights, New Jer«y 
CHARLES RAY BOGLE 



Lou, 



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LINDA LEE BOHANNON 

Pleosureville 
C. JEFFREY BONNELL 

Worthirtgton, Ohio 
B1LLIE TERESA BONNY 

MARSHA W BONNY 

Irvine 
DIANA LYNN BOSWELL 

Horrodiburg 
DARRELL MICHAEL BOWERS 

Springfield. Ohio 
DAVID G BOWLING 



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ilton. Oh,o 



SANDRA LYNN BOWLING 

Point Lick 
LYNN EMERSON BOYER 

Dayton, Ohio 
JO ANNE BRADFORD 

Woodbine, Maryland 
BILLY H. BRAFFORD 

Carbin 
DELORIS ANN BRANDENBURG 

Cloy City 
GARY TALMADGE BRANTLEY 

Homesteod, Florida 
CAROL LYNN BRASSFIELD 

Winchester 

JAMES RILEY BRAWSUM 

Taylor, Michigan 
ELIZABETH ANN BREWER 

Louisville 
DONNA J BREWSTER 

Pekin, Indiana 
J DANIEL BRIPEWELL 

Alexandria 
JAMES F. BRITE 

Hardinsburg 
ELAINE WOOD BRITT 

Vonceburg 
BARBARA LEANNA BRITTAIN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 




404 



ZELLA MARTIN BROCK 

Winchester 

PATRICIA ANN BROOKS 

Cynthia 
BRUCE BERNARD BROWN 

Liberty 
CATHY JANE BROWN 

Clifton, New Jersey 
GARRETT ADAMS BROWN 

lawrenceburg 
JAMES DANIEL BROWN 

Richmond 
UNDA DIANE BROWN 

Louisville 

LIZ BROWN 

Whilesburg 
PATRICIA L BROWN 

Albany 
RONALD JAY BROWN 

PIkevIlle 
RUFUS STONE BROWN 

Richmond 
WILLIAM C BROWN 

CAROL ANN BROWNING 

Lexington 
GARY STEVEN BRUEGGEN 

Dayton, Kentucky 

GAYLE ANNE BRUMFIELD 

Lexington 
CHARLES L. BRYANT 

Stanford 
JAMES DARRELL BRYANT 

Hazard 
NANCY LYNN BRYANT 



RAYELENE J BRYANT 

Jackson 
PAUL HERBERT BUCKHOLZ 

Frankfort 

DONALD STANLEY BUEHLER 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

DANNY DALE BULLARD 
Shelbyvllla 

JOHN LARWIN BUNTON 

Hunrsville. Alabama 
MICHAEL RAY BURDETTE 

Lebanon 
RONALD LAYNE BURGESS 

Corrolllon 
ANN ROSS BURK 

Cynthiano 
DON RICHARD BURKHEAD 

Wlncheiter 
LORI WALDO BYRNE 

Louisville 




Experience— No Help In Registration 




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LESTER CLAYTON BURRES 

Louisville 
ARDEN LANE BURROWS 

Fort Mitchell 
CHARLES EDWARD BURTON 

Hustonvifle 
SUE ANN BUSH 

Louisville 
WANDA MARIE BUTCHER 

Falmouth 
PHYLI5S KAY BYRLEY 

Corbln 
SANDI L CAIN 



NINA CALDER 

Louisville 
RONNIE DALE CALLIHAN 

Barbourvllle 
KATHERINE MARIE CALLIS 

Lancaster 
ZENA CALVERT 

Louisv.lle 
JOAN CAMPBELL 

Paris 
KENNY CAMPBELL 

Newark, Ohio 
MARY SUE CAMPBELL 




Stooping down to sort all of the forms necessary for 
registration helps occupy the time spent in line. 




RONALD ADAM CAMPBELL 

Heidelberg 
FRANK CAMPO 

Penns Grove, New Jersey 
DIANNE CARDER 

Compbellsburg 
LINDA KAY CARMAN 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
JOAN FRANCES CARNES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDITH ELAINE CARROLL 

Auroro, Indiana 
ANN V. CARTER 



JANICE SUE CARTER 

Tompkinsville 
SHAWNA JILL CARTWRIGHT 

Bromley 
ROBERT DEAN CARVER 

Petersburg 
BRENDA PAIGE CASEY 

Perryville 
MICHAEL J CASEY 

Lexington 
VICTORIA LEE CASTEGNARO 

Hardburiy 
JUDITH LYNN CATRON 



SHARON F CAUDILL 

Columbus, Indiana 
CHARLES HARRY CAYTON 

Warsaw 
ROBERT LOUIS CELLA 

Wharton, New Jersey 
JAMES RUSSELL CHADWEll 

Shelbyville 
ROY LEE CHAPMAN 

Phelps 
ANN FRANCES CHARIOTT 

Westport, Connecticut 
DIANA CAROL CHESSER 



DEBORAH LUCILLE CHAPMAN 



Louis 



Me 



BRENDA LEE CHISM 

Winchester 
LINDA L. CHISM 

Winchester 
GARY HUSTON CLARK 

Richmond 
NANCY LORAINE CLARK 

Richmond 
RICHARD SCOTT CLEMENTS 

Walton 
THERESA MARIE CLEPHAS 



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V,IV 



LARRY BLAKE CLEVINGER 

EUhorn City 
GARY F. CLIFTON 

Owenton 
JUDY ANN CLOUSE 

South Fort Mitchell 
DEBORAH JANE COBB 

Fort Mitchell 
DONNA LYNN COLEMAN 



PHOEBE ELLEN COLEMAN 



DIANA RHEA COLLINS 
Elkhorn City 



GUY RANDAL COLSON 

Campbellsville 
DANNY COMBS 

Hazard 
PAULETTE COMBS 

Sassafras 
SHERRY LYNN CONN 

Harold 
MICHELLE LINDA CONNELLY 

Princeton, New Jersey 
SUSAN J CONNERS 

Louisville 
RICKEY LYNN COOPER 

Russell Springs 




Three young gentlemen spend a leisurely afternoon waiting and watching for the girls to go by. 




PAMELA COPLIN 

Dollos. Texai 
THOMAS LEE CORDES 

Napoleon, Ohio 
SONORA LEE CORNET7 

Richmond 
ROBERT LEE COWAN. JR 

Jeffersontown 
RODERICK J COWGIIL. JR. 

Louisville 
MICHAEL F, COWMAN 

Wilmington. Ohio 
JAVENA ANN COX 



Ian. 



iter 



JERRY L COX 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUANITA FEYE COX 

Mount Vernon 
MARSHALL HESS COX 

Carlisle 
NORMAN ROBERT COX 

Wilmington. Ohio 
RALPH WILLIAM COX 

Elizabethtown 
PEGGY MARIE COYLE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
HAROLD DAVID CRAIG 

Mount Olivet 

FRANK CRAMER 

Bolivar, Ohio 
STEPHEN E CREECH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BRENDA FAYE CREWS 

Lebanon 
JOHN B. CRITES 

Wilmington. Ohio 
CARLTON RAY CROSIER 

Louisville 
DAVID WILLIAM CROSS, JR. 

Louisville 
MAUREEN ANN CROSS 

Winchester 

JOYCE ANN CROSSFIELD 
Lawrenceburg 

LARRY R CROUCHER 

Ashland 
CAROLE JEAN CROWE 



Loui 



rille 



MONICA IRENE CROWE 

Stanton 
DIANA FAYE CRUEY 

Covington 
DONNA CRYER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES ALLEN CULBERTSON 

Pari i 

BARRY KEITH CUMMINS 

Brooksville 
DANIEL ASA CUMMINS 

Paris 
JACKSON LYNN CUMMINS 

NORITA JOAN CURRY 

Richmond 
TAMMIE LEE CUSTIS 



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, Ohio 



JAMES PHILLIP D'AMBROSIO 

South Fort Mitchell 
RONNIE T DANIEL 

Oxford, Ohio 




SOPHOMORES 




WILLIAM CARLTON DARLANC 

Harrodsburg 
RONNIE MACK DAVENPORT 

Richmond 
PERILLOUX W. DAVID 

Louisville 
RONNIE DAVIDSON 

Moineville. Ohio 
CARL DAVID DAVIS II 

Mlddlesboro 
HARRISON B DAVIS 

Borbourville 
SHEILA ANNE DAVIS 



WILLIAM EDWARD DAVIS 

loGronge 
CHARLES BENTON DAY 

Paris 
CYNTHIA L, DAY 

Erlanger 
DENNIS GARLAND DAY 

New Boston. Ohio 
RODNEY GENE DAY 

New Philadelphia, Ohio 
MONICA MARY DECKER 

PATRICIA SUE DeJARNETTE 

Winchester 

MICHELE B DENHAM 
TINA VIRGIL DENTON 

BOBBY ALLEN DERRICK 

Corbin 
DANA CAROLE DERRINGER 

Monterey 
HELEN DeSANTIS 

Anchorage 
BEVERLY JEAN DETWILER 

Phoeninville. Pennsylvania 
RALPH EUGENE DEVINE 

Springfield 



407 



JOVITA RAE DICK 

Wed Milton, Ohio 
DON DARRELL DICKSON, JR. 

Moysville 
DEBBIE ANN DIGBY 

Moorestown, New Jersey 
PATTY ANN DODD 

Dayton 
SUSAN COLLETTE DONNELLY 

Alden, New York 
ADRIANNE PATRICIA DORNHORST 

Hamilton, Ohio 
BRENDA GAIL DOTSON 

McCarr 

GLENNA GAYLE DOTSON 

ELIZABETH LEE DOWNES 

Middletown 
MARY W DOWNING 

Maysville 
MAX JAMES DOYLE 

Shelbyville 
CARL MICHAEL DOZIER 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
CAROLYN ANNE DUFF 

Dayton, Ohio 
DAVID ALLEN DUFF 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




Autumn Days Turn Campus Into Wonderland of Color 




DELORES DUNN 

DAVID ALAN DUNAWAY 
Louisville 

DIANA LOU DUNN 

Winchester 
JAMES CURETON DUNNETT 

Moyiville 
BARBARA R. DURHAM 

TIM G. DURISIN 

Duquesne, Pennsylvonio 
FREDERICK MICHAEL DURR 

DIANA RUTH DUVALL 

Sondy Hook 
DORIS DAWN DWYER 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
HAROLD DAVID EDEN 

Berea 
REBECCA JEAN EDEN 

Berea 
DEBORA ANN EDWARDS 

Louisville 
THERESA ANNA EDWARDS 

Lexington 
ROBERT MICHAEL EGAN 



DAVID WILSON EHUET 

Easton, Pennsylvania 
BRUCE RALPH ELIAS 

Georgetown 
ROBERT ALLAN ELLIOTT 

Bromley 
MARY REGINA ELOVITZ 

Lexington 
LINDA D. EMBRY 

Le itch field 
WENDELL T. EMBRY 

Louisville 
DERALD EDGAR EMORY 

Fort Knox 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH ENGEL 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
DENNI5 HASSON ENGLAND 

Middlesboro 
ELIZABETH ANN ENGLAND 

Jackson, Ohio 
VIRGINIA CARROL EPLING 

Pikeville 
BILLY JOE ESTEP 

Louisville 
TERRIANN DURRETT ETHINGTON 

Shelbyville 
GEORGE J. FAHEY 

Volley Stotion 

NANITA FAYE FARRIN 

New Boston, Ohio 
SHARON MAE FAULKNER 

LYNDA FERGUSON 

Whitesburg 
GERALD KEITH FIELDS 

Falmouth 
PATRICIA RUTH FIELDS 



DAVID SIMON FINN 

DIANE LYNN FISCHER 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

ELLEN FAY FISCHER 

loGrange 
CANDY FISCHER 

Goshen, Ohio 
LYNDA ANN FISHER 

Bedford 
MICHAEL LEE FISK 

Dry Ridge 
WILLIAM TIMOTHY FISTER 

GLORIA JEAN FITZGERALD 

Stanford 
MARVIN C FITZGERALD 

Monticello 



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RUTH TUCKER FITZGERALD 

Danvilla 
DAVID A. FITZPATRICK 

Springfield. Ohio 
SHARON LEIGH FLAHERTY 

Louisville 
THELMA FAY FLECKIGER 

Covington 
FRANK F. FLINT 



Hoi 



ilton. Ohio 



MARILYN BEA FLOWERS 

Albany 
JUANITA GOLDSTON FOSTER 

Richmond 

JAMES D. FRANKENBERGER 

Louiiville 
GARY RONALD FRANKLIN 

Bellevue 
MARCY FRAZIER 

Whitesburg 
MARTI LEE FREEH 

Washington, D.C. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH FREEMAN 

Merchontville, New Jersey 
LINDA SUE FREY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT HESKELL FRITTS 

Cambridge, Ohio 

BOB FROST 

Middletown 
SANDRA JOY FRYE 

Cains Store 
REBECCA JEAN FRYMAN 

Cynthiana 
SANDRA FAYE FRYMAN 

Cynthiono 
DOUGLAS FUGATE 

Hazard 

DONNA GAIL FULTON 

Erlanger 
LESLIE ANN FUNK 

Springfield, Ohio 

DAVID L GABBARD 

Booneville 
HENRY DELL GABBARD 

Lancaster 
JAMES YV. GABHART 

Lexington 
CHARLES WAYNE GAGEL 



M. SUE GALLENSTEIN 

Ma ysvi lie 
GERALD LYNN GALLOWAY 

Falmouth 
JOHN H. GARLING 

Louisville 

SHARON FAYE GARRETT 

Whitesburg 
JOYCE ANN GARRISON 

LYNDA JOAN GATES 

Springfield. Pennsylvania 
MICHAEL JAMES GEBHART 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
LARRY MICHAEL GENTON 

Crab Orchard 
MICHAEL E. GERACE 

Parma, Ohio 
WILLIAM DONALD GESLING 

Ashland 

HARRY RICHARD GIBBS 

Atlanta. Georgia 

CEBERT GILBERT, JR. 

Stanton 
JAMES L. GILBERT 

GARY L. G1NTER 

Winchester 
GARY FRANKLIN GLASS 

MARSHA JEAN GLASSCOCK 

Taylorsville 
GARY WAYNE GLAZE 

Pinevllle 




Eastern's high-stepping Marching Maroons fall in line to climax the Band Day parade. 





Showing their enthusiasm , Eastern fans greet their team. 




ORVAl FRANK GLYNN 



ERNEST WAYNE GOINS 

Lexington 
DAVID ALLEN GOLD 

Goshen, Ohio 
PATRICIA M GOLDEY 

Nicholosville 
PRICE SUTTON GOLDSTON 

Danville 
CAROLYN ANITA GOOCH 



JOE HENRY GOODIN 

Tinsley 
SHARON TURNER GOODLETT 

Sinai 
CAROLYN KAY GOODNIGHT 

CAROL KENNETH GOUGH 

Winchester 
PHYLISS JO GOULD 

PAMELA KAY GRAHAM 

GARY L. GRANT 



SOPHOMORES 



JOYCE ANN GRAVES 

Erlanger 
MARIETTA GRAY 

Manchester 
MARILYN ELIZABETH GREEN 

Dreyfus 
RICHARD GREER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CAROLYN SUE GREGORY 

Manchester 
MARKA GREGORY 

Morgonfisld 
MARTY GREGORY 

Fredonia, New York 

EDWARD WATSON GRIDLEY 

VIRGINIA FAYE GRIGGS 

Lancaster 
GARY LEROY GRIM 

Pojfitiville 
MARK TODD GRITTON 

Lawrencetturg 
PHYLLIS J GRITTON 

Bloomfield 
L. JEANNIE GROSS 

Chavies 



WILLIAM G GROVES 

Cynthiana 
TERRY VERNON GRUEllE 

Union 
ELLEN GUTKNECHT 

Franksville. Wisconsin 
CAROL JOAN HACKER 

Manchester 
LOUISE HACKER 

Manchester 
PETER ERIC HAINES 



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. Ohio 



JANE F HALCOMB 



Mai 



Chester 



MARGIE ANN HALCOMB 

Camden, Ohio 
BOBBY GLENN HALL 

Beattyville 
FREIDA LYNN HALL 

SHARON HALL 
Laburn 

TERESIA ANN HAIL 
Springfield, Ohio 
WILLIAM JOSEPH HALL 



JAMES R. HAM 




CHARLES H. HAMILTON 

Morrow. Ohio 
DAN N. HAMILTON 

Mod, ion. Indlono 
FINLEY R. HAMILTON 

Richmond 
CAROL JANE HAMMOND 

Morningview 
ZOLA AEROLENE HAMMOND 

Euitii, Florida 
PAULA LYNN HAMMONS 

Corbin 
GLENDA FAYE HAMPTON 

Barbourville 

RICHARD LEWIS HAMPTON 

Oestwood 
HERBERT MARTIN HANCOCK 

Corroliton 
JAMES A. HANDMAN 

Louiiville 
RAYMOND E HANGER 

Troy, Ohio 
LINDA RUTH HANKINS 

Fori Mitchell 
CHARLES EUGENE HANDY, JR 

Lexington 
CHERYL LYNN HARDY 

Butler 

EDWARD JAMES HARE 

Combridge. Ohio 
BETTY ANN HARMON 

Rochester. New York 
DOUGLAS E HARMON 

Corroliton 
PAMELA SUE HARMON 

Greenup 
BRENDA ANN HARNEY 

Millersburg 
MICHAEL JEFFERSON HARNEY 

Paris 
DANNY HARRIS 



PAULA JEAN HARRISON 

Richmond 
THOMAS CHARLES HARVEY 

Bellevue 
FRANK MICHAEL HASSAN 

Newport 
CONNIE LEE HASTIE 

Winchester 
CAROLYN LOU HATTER 

Liberty 
LORAINE CLARE HAUSCHILDT 





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PAUL B. HAY 
Winchester 

LINDA JOAN HAYES 

Eaton, Ohio 
TOM HAYNES 

Richmond 
YVONNE CAROL HAYS 

CincinnoH. Ohio 
CAROLYN HAYWOOD 

Ashland 
BEN L. HEK 

San Diego, California 
ROBERT J. HEMMING 

Latham, Oh,o 

MARTHA K. HENDRIX 

Downingtown, Pennsylvania 
SHARON KAY HENRY 

Fairdale 
MARY BELLE HENSLEY 

Manchester 
MICHAEL WAYNE HENSLEY 

Orlando. Florida 
JANICE EVELYN HERNDON 

Dayton. Ohio 
RONALD DEAN HERRINGTON 

Paris 
JUDY E, HES5 

Springfield, Ohio 

ALBERT DUTTON HEWETSON 

Fort Thomas 
NANCY ELLEN HEWITT 

Louisville 
SHARON JEAN HEWLETT 

Louisa 
LINDA LEE HIGGINS 

Louiiville 
RICHARD L HILEMAN 

Hamilton. Ohio 
GAYLE JEAN HINES 

Goshen, Ohio 
SANDRA SUE HINGER 

Doyton, Ohio 

LARRY WAYNE HITCH 

Covington 
PHILIP GARY HOBBS 

Campbells., lie 
CHERYL JEAN HODGE5 

Corroliton 
DOROTHY MAY HOFMANN 

YVONNE MARIE HOGG 

Louisville 
JANICE E. HOLLAND 

Conton, North Carolino 
CHARLES DEE HOLLAR 

Cynthiano 



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USABETH JEAN HOPKINS 

McDowell 
SANDRA KAYE HORN 

Cynthtono 
SANDRA JEAN HORSLEY 

Louisville 
GARY W. HOVBEN 

Alexandria, 
MICHAEL D HOUNSHELL 

Bristol. Virginia 
BARBARA CAROL HOWARD 

Versailles 
DELORIESJEAN HOWARD 

Salyersville 

PAULETTE HOWARD 

Solyersville 
RICHARD GARDNER HOWARD 

Ashland 
BERNICE DELOISE HOWELL 

BYRON ESTLE HOWELL 

Louisville 
MARY JEAN HUFF 

Louisville 
GERALD WILLIAM HUGHES 

Simpsonville 
JANET L HUGHES 

Columbus, Ohio 

ANNA FAYE HUNLEY 

Somerset 
RHETA JO HUNT 

McAndrews 
STEPHEN C. HUNTSBERGER 

Orrville, Ohio 
BETTY ANN HUPP 

Bloomfield 
NANCY ELIZABETH HURST 



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RAY EDWARD HURT 

Richmond 
FREIDA ANN HUTCHINS 

Moreland 

ALAN JOE HYDEN 

Martin 
JAMES ARNOLD HOSKINS 

Richmond 
ARNOLD CECIL ISAACS 

LEONA CAROLYN ISAACS 

Richmond 
INGRID CAROL JACKSON 

Junction City 
MARK STEWART JACKSON 

Lexington 
SUE MARGARET JACKSON 

MYRNA FAY JANES 

Louisville 
JUDITH CAROL JAMES 

ANDREW N JAYSNOVITCH 
South River, New Jersey 

BARBARA ANN JEFFRIES 
Liberty 

PAUL RAY JEFFRIES 
Moreland 

BEVERLY A. JENKINS 

LINDA ANNE JENKINS 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



CLINTON, JETT, JR. 

Mount Olivet 
CHARLES EDWARD JOHNSON 

Middleburg 
CHARLOTTE E JOHNSON 

Pikevlile 
GLORIA JEAN JOHNSON 

Highland Heighls 
GREGORY JOHNSON 

Myra 
JAMES SCOTT JOHNSON 

London 
JIMMY JOHNSON 




Suitcasing always entails that 
evitable return on Sunday. 




JON K JOHNSON 

Virgie 
LORENE JOHNSON 

Losing Ion 
MARY PATRICIA JOHNSON 

Volois. New York 
SANDRA KAY JOHNSON 

Pikeville 
MICHAEL LEONARD JOHNSTON 

Chorlottesville, Virginio 
DAVID CARL JONES 

Anderson, Indiona 
BERT N JOHNSON 



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JAMES BENNETT JONES 

Virgie 
JAN DEE JONES 

Horrodsburg 
JOHN FRANKLIN JONES 

Danville 
IONNIE CON JONES 

Carrollton 
MICHAEL SCOTT JONES 

West Milton. Ohio 
PAUL DAVID JONES 

Sodievill* 
PEARL JONES 

Jackson 

SANDRA LEE JONES 

Stanford 
TIMOTHY JOSEPH JONES 

Bellevue 
DANIEL DAVID JORDAN 

Milroy, Indiana 
KITTY ANN JORDAN 

Piqua, Ohio 
RICHARD WALKER JUDSON 

Barditown 
VICKI LYN JUMONVILLE 

Burnside 
DONNA LYNN JUSTICE 

Pikeville 

GARY K JUSTICE 

Pikeville, 
ROBERT CHARLES KANZINGER 

Louisville 
KAROL YVONNE KEEN 

Kalamazoo. Michigan 

JOHN DALE KEENAN 

Louisville 
MARGARET ELLEN KEMP 

Richmond 
BETTY LOU KEMPER 

Frankfort 
DONNA RAYE KEMPER 

Owenton 

CARL MAURICE KENDALL 

Co rro I [ton 
GEORGE BEVINS KENDRICK 

Pans 
E B PATRICK KENNEDY 

Fort Mitchell 
RUTH ANN KIEFER 

Louisville 
JILL LYNN KIMBROUGH 

Cynlh.ana 
GAIL EDWARD KING 

Cynthiona 
GARY S KING 




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JERRY KEITH KING 

Point Lick 
DINAH MARIE KIRBY 

Richmond 
DONALD CARLYLE KISSLER 



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ALICE T-AE KLABER 



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GARY GORDON KLENK 

Buffalo New York 
SUE ANNE KLINGENSMITH 

Bowl.ng Green. Ohio 
WILLIAM PATRICK KNIGHT 



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LAURIE K KOLLER 
Cincinnati. Ohio 

WARREN J. KOOI 
Pitman. New Jersey 

STEPHEN G KORNFELD 
Linden, New Jersey 

LINDA ANNE KOTTMYER 

Hebron 

ROBERT G KRAUS 

Linden, New Jersey 
DAVID WILLIAM KREBS 

DAVE ROBERT KREMER 



MARCEY KRINGLE 

Fort Knox 
JANICE ELLEN LAMBERT 

Wiekliffe 
MARY ANN LANDEN 

Mason, Ohio 
NANCY K LANDRUM 

Fort Myers, Florida 
TIM BAKER LANFERSICK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BETTY ANN LANGDON 

Manchester 
CAROL JEAN LANGDON 

Moncheiler 



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RUBY LANGDON 

Manchester 
BOB PHILIP LaPORTA 

Lodi. New Jersey 
PATRICIA ANN LaROSA 

ROBERT BAR1E LAUX 

Sarasota, Florida 
ELEANOR JAMES LAW 

Lexington 
NEDRA SUE LAWSON 

Deer Pork, Ohio 
PATSY LEE LAWSON 

Williamsburg 

THELMA 5. LAWSON 

Garrison 
GARY LEE LAYMAN 

Ashland 
JUDY ROSE LEATHERS 

Jackson 
LINDA LeCOMPTE 

New Coslle 
LEWIS ERNEST LEE 

Milford, Ohio 
ROY D. LEE, JR. 

Middletown 
LINDA CAROL LEGEL 



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WILLIAM E LESAK 



ANTOINEnE LESLIE 

Pikeville 
CHRISTINA H. LEWANDOWSKI 

Collingswood, New Jersey 
STEPHEN D. LEWIS 

Middletown, Ohio 
THOMAS A. LEWIS 

New Lexington. Ohio 
MICHEAL GRAY LIGON 

Owenton 
DOROTHY ANN LIKE 

Mople Shode, New Jersey 

LEE ALISON L1NDSEY 

Louisville 
SUSAN DIANE LINDSEY 

Eaton. Ohio 
RICHARD ROLAND LISI 

Westfield, Massachusetts 
BARBARA ANN LITTLE 

Fort Knox 
PHYLLIS DEAN LITTLE 



CALVIN MILLER LLOYD 



CYNDY JOYCE LOCKE 



ANN SHANNON LOGAN 

Wheelwright 
JANET EVELYN LONG 

Pikeville 
RAY ROGER LONG 

Pine Knot 
WILLIAM LESLIE LONG 

Richmond 
SUSAN ELAINE LOVELL 

Richmond 
MICHAEL RYA LOUGHMiLLER 

Valley Station 
PATTI LYN LOWE 

Car roll ton 

LORETTA ANN LOWHORN 

Albany 
BOYD L. LYNCH 

Louisville 
RICHARD WILLIAM LYNSTER 

New York, New York 
WAYNE GRAY LYSTER, III 

Pari* 
ERNEST CHARLES McAFEE 

Haiord 
MARY KATHRYN McCAULEY 

Pikeville 
DANNY SEYMOUR McCHORD 

Lebanon 




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MICHAEL D. McCLAIN 

Anderson, Indiono 
DENNIS EUGENE McCLISH 

Findloy, Ohio 
RONALD B. MtClOUD 

Worihingfon 
RONALD GENE McCOY 

Pilwvllla 
RANDY LEE McDANIEL 

LYNDA KAYE McDONALD 
Williomib U rg, Ohio 

vicki gail McDowell 

Mount Olivet 

CECIL DUNCAN McFARLAND 
Lawrenceburg 

CHARLOTTE ROSE McHONE 

Richmond 
CHERIE LYNN MclNTOSH 

West Carrollton, Ohio 
GARY LEE McKILLIP 

Franklin, Indiana 
KATHY JO McMILLIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KATHLEEN AMELIA McMULLIN 

Richmond 
KATHRYN FRANCES McNEIL 




SOPHOMORES 




PAULETTE McWHORTER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANIEL M. MacDONALD 

Wilmington, Ohio 
DAVID L MacDONALD 

Wilmington, Ohio 
ROBERT CARY MAHAN 

Ashland 
MARCIA ANN MAHER 



GERALD STEPHEN MANNING 



GLADYS CHARLENE MARCUM 

JAMES C MARCUM, JR. 

Weit Point 
JAMES HARDIN MARCUM, II 

Richmond 
WILLIAM LEE MARKSBERRY 

Florence 
PAUL RICHARD MARMIE 

Barnesville, Ohio 
CHERYL LYNN MARMILLOT 

Louiiviile 
GREGORY THOMAS MARQUIS 

Erlonger 

BARRY JOSEPH MARSHALL 

Le«,nglon 
GREGORY LEE MARSHALL 

Frankfort 
GERALD L MARTIN 

Middletown. Ohio 
PATRICIA F MARTIN 

Wheelwright 
PATTY LOUISE MARTIN 

Stonton 
SANDRA MARTIN 

Richmond 
MARGIE MARTINEK 

Middle-town. Ohio 

EDWIN M MASON 

Corrollton 
LAWRENCE EDWARD MASON 

Nicholasville 
AUDREY MASTIN 

Yerkei 
JACK MATNEY 

Plkevllle 
SHEILA MEAD 

H> Hal 
DAVID L MEEKS 



ROBERT D MEENACH 
South Shore 

HENRY T. MERCER 

Sabino, Ohio 
MICHAEL ANDREW MERRIFIELD 

Louiiviile 
CHELSEA C MERRITT 

Tolleiboro 
LEO JOSEPH METCALF 

Louiiviile 
MERLE LYNN METELITS 

Norfolk, Connect.cut 
DENISE ANN METZGER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
REX EUGENE MILBURN 

Springfield 

BARBARA JEAN MILLER 

Irvine 
CAROL MAE MILLER 



LINDA KATHRYN MILLER 



MARY JANE MILLER 



REGENIA ANN MILLER 
Foirfield, Ohio 



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DENVER RAY MILLS 

Pineville 
ROBERT EUGENE MILLS 

Manchester 

GARY LEE MINCH 

Owenton 

RITA DIAN MINTER 

Suck horn 
AWN FORREST MISTIER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
KAREN LYNN MITCHELL 

Grethel 
CAROLYN MOBLEY 

Wilmington, Ohio 

JEFF DAVID MOFFITT 

Fort Thomas 
ROBERT WILLIAM MONAGHAN 

Cherry Hilt, New Jersey 
JAMES BLAINE MONEY 

Milford, Ohio 
ROBERT DALE MONFORT 

Norwood, Ohio 
JUDY MARIE MONNIER 

Plquo, Ohio 

JILL CAROLYN MONSON 

Ravenna 
JOHN MOONEY 

New Carlisle, Ohio 

ALMA RUTH MOORE 

Be 3 n evi 1 1 e 
BOBBIE LYNN MOORE 

Drift 
DORIS MARIE MOORE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
MARY MOORE 

Huntington, New York 
TERESA KAY MOORE 

Mount Sterling 
CANDICE ANN MOORES 

Benton 
GLENDA GAYLE MORGAN 



MICHAEL ALLEN MORGAN 

Jackson, Ohio 
BONNIE LYNNE MORRIS 

Pitman, New Jersey 
LAWRENCE WILLIAM MORRIS 

Morrow, Ohio 
WYTHE CARROLL MORRIS 

Wytheville, Virginia 
AUDREY JEAN MORRISON 

Mount Sterling 
JOSEPH WILLIAM MOYER 

Cotskill, New York 
SHARON LEE MUFF 



JAMIE LYNN MULLINS 

Mount Vernon 
RODNEY EUGENE MULLINS 

Jenkins 
VICKI LEE MULLINS 

Florence 
w scon MULLINS 

Di» Dam 
JOHN S- MUMME 

Newport 
LINDA LOU MUNCY 

Hyden 
FRED K. MUNDEY 

New Carlisle, Ohio 

MICHAEL DOUGLAS MUNN 

New Lebanon, Ohio 
JAMES ROBERT MURPHY 

Springfield, Ohio 
WALLACE RAY MURPHY 

Louisville 
ANGELA GAYLE MURRAY 

Richmond 
ANN LOUISE MUSKOPF 

Foirfidd. Ohio 
MARIE M. MYERS 

Dayton, Ohio 
MICHAEL TRENT MYNK 



DONALD M. NALLEY 

Louisville 
MICHAEL W. NANTZ 

JERRY DOUGLAS NECESSARY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SAM HACKLEY NEWCOMB 

Campbellsville 
RICHARD ALLEN NEWMAN 

Lebanon, Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN NICHOLAS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT BRUCE NIEMEIER 

Louisville 

LAURA MARIE NILES 

Toledo, Ohio 
BEVERLY ANN NOCKERTS 

Louisville 
DENNIS ROBERT NOTTING 

Vilonio. Arkansas 
DOUGLAS WAYNE OATLEY 

MERLE RICKEY ODLE 

Portsmouth. Ohio 
SHARON LOUISE OLINGER 

F airfield, Ohio 

PATRICIA BLAINE OLIVER 
Williamson, West Virginia 




PATRICIA 5. OLSHANSK 



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KATHLEEN E O'NEILL 

Eoston, Pennsylvania 
GARY LEE OSBORNE 

Eubank 
LARRY STEVEN OSBORNE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
LEONARD S OSBORNE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
GLENN ALAN OTT 



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JOHNNY LEE PACE 



KAY CHRISTINA PAFF 

OwBniville, Ohio 
JANE ALLEN PALMER 

Frankfort 

PATSY ANN PALMER 

Cynthiono 
HERMAN O. PALMIERI 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvonio 
RUSSELL TILLMAN PALSGROVE 

Vandal, a. Ohio 

JOSEPH SAMUEL PARASILITI 

Jomestown, New York 
KARL SIMPSON PARK 

Richmond 

MARILYN SERENA PARK 

Moorestown, New Jersey 
WESLEY KAY PARKER 

Lebanon, Ohio 
DAVID D PARRETT 

Annville 
ROBERT JOSEPH PARROTT 

Jeffersontown 
DARRYL ANN PAR50NS 

Richmond 
THOMAS WAYNE PARSONS 

Cloy City 
SYLVIA ANN PATER 

Foirfield, Ohio 

JOHN C. PATTERSON 

South Shore 
LOUIE PAULIN 



Ho 



lilton, Ohio 



EDWARD F. PEACE 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
BRENDA FAYE PEARLER 

Stanford 
BETTY DIANN PEERCY 

Monticello 
JANE A. PELLEGRINON 

Portsmouth. Ohio 
SHARON ANN PENCE 




Bowl Game Victory Cheered by All 




GILBERT EUGENE PENN 

Louisville 
JOHN JEFFREY PERRY 

Whitley City 
BEVERLY I PERSLEY 

Centerville 
JAMES HARRY PETREY 

Loulsville- 
DAVID ROBERT PHELPS 

Norwood. Ohio 
JACK L PHELPS 

Cintinnoli, Ohio 
SYLVIA LEAS PHILLIPS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

BERNARD EUGENE PICKETT 

Louisville 
JOYCE MARIE PIERCE 

Liberty 
NAOMI FAYE PIERCEY 

Albany 

PAMELA LYNN PIKE 
Louisville 

HOWARD JOSEPH PIPES 

Okalona 
JUDY LYNN PLANCK 

Flemingsburg 

TILDEN A. POE 
Le-ington 

JAMES EDWARD POER 

Winchester 
RONALD GENE POLING 

Van Wert. Ohio 
BETTY L POPE 

London 
LEWIS HAWSE POTTER 

Falls Church, Virginio 
SANDRA W POWELL 

New Castle 
MARYANN POWERS 



Al ROY PRATER 

Pine Knot 
EARL C PRICE 

Vincent 
JAMES ROBERT QUEENER 

Benhara 
JUDY F QUINN 

Winchester 
REX NEAl RADER 

Richwood, Ohio 
NATHAN P RAGAN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 



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BRENDA SUE RAGLAND 

Louisville 
K. INGRID RALSTON 

Middlesboro 
JULIA HARRISON RAMSEY 

Abingdon. Virginia 
HARRISON T. RANKIN 

Paris 
MARY LEE RATLIFF 

Louisville 
ELIZABETH ANN RAUSCH 

Louisville 
HOLLY ANN RAYMOND 



SOPHOMORES 



ANNA JEAN REAGAN 

Flint, Michigan 
JIMMIE REDFORD 

Louisville 
GARY EDWARD REECE 

Tyner 
STEPHEN LEE REED 

Louisville 
HARRIET ANNE REARDON 

Louisville 
RICHARD DAVID REETZKE 

Louisville 
SANDRA KAY REEVES 

Melvin 

VICKIE LYNN REEVES 

Ludlow 
LAWRENCE JOSEPH REID 

Nework, Ohio 
RONALD LYLE REID 

Manchester 
BARBARA VIRGINIA REILLY 

Lexington 
JACK F. RENCH 

Rocky River, Ohio 
RONALD EUGENE REYNOLDS 



GREGORY DALE RICE 

Doyion, Ohio 
JAMES H. RICE 

Shepherdsville 
LINDA EILEEN RICKETTS 

Louisville 
THOMAS DWAINE RIDDELL 

CONNIE JO RILEY 

Birminghom, Alabama 

HARRIETTE ANN RITTER 

Richmond 
JUDGE RICHARDSON ROACH 

Eou Gallie, Florida 

BARBARA PHYLLIS ROBBINS 

Calvin 
JUNE ELLEN ROBBINS 

Dayton, Ohio 
JAMES MICHAEL ROBERTSON 

E.langer 
LARRY E ROBERTSON 

New Carlisle. Ohio 
LINDA CAROL ROBINSON 

Louisville 
WILLIAM A ROBINSON 

Vicksburg, Mississippi 
DENNIS RAY ROEDERER 



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HERBERT JAMES ROGERS, JR 

Richmond 
GARY L. ROMOHR 

Blanchcsler, Ohio 
LAURA LEE ROSER 

Lexington 
JUDY LYNN ROWE 

P-keville 
ROSALEE ROYALTY 

Horrodsburg 
DONNA SUE RUSSELL 

Hustonvllle 
ROGER D. RUSSELL 




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Couples dance to ihe syncopated rhythm of the Roy 
Sharpe Orchestra at the 1967 Homecoming Dance. 



JOAN SORRIILE RYAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN T RYAN 

Loretto 
LARRY LEE SAFFELL 

New Lexington. Ohio 
ROBERT L SAINLAR 

Lauiiville 
GWEN SALYER 

Ri^ng Sun, Indiana 
ERNEST E SAMPSON 

Winchester 





SUSAN C SAND 

Cincinnati, Oh, a 
BEVERLY JAYNE SANDJDGE 

Eubank 
BRENDA JOY SANOKER 

CINDY LOIS SATTERLY 

Lowrenceburg 
DAVID R. SCALF 

Corbin 
DENNIS D SCARBOROUGH 

Louitville 
BARBARA JO SCHEHR 

Lcuiiville 

MARILYN SUE SCHERER 

Lauifvtlle 
GAYLE E. SCHLOSS 

Williamsburg. Ohio 
KAREN JEAN SCHMIDT 

Richmond 
MARY ANN SCHMIDT 

Moyiville 
JOAN LEE SCHOIL 

Roievilte, Michigan 
PAMELA MAE SCHOO 

MARY JACQUELINE SCHRADER 

Le.ing.on 

RONALD LEWIS SCHWAILIE 



EDWARD ALLEN SCIARRA 



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5UZANNE CLAIR SCOLA 
Middletown, New Jeney 

DIANA LYNN SCOTT 
Winehetler 

JOHN D. SEAY 
Bloomfiild 

RICHARD WAYNE SEBASTIAN 

Lonco.ter 

MARY PRESLEY SEE 
Corrollton 

RICHARD LEE SELLMAN 

Dayton, Ohio 
SANDRA KATHERINE SETTLES 

J. COLLINS SEVIER 

Danville 
DANNY STEWART SEXTON 

Jcnkini 
PATRICIA ANN SEXTON 

Hueysvilla 
SUSAN SHAK1B 

Tehran-Iran 

ALANA JOYCE SHEARER 



CLAUDIA SUE SHEARER 

Jef»er I0 nt O wn 
KAREN BETH SHELTON 

Lexington 
REGINA KAY SHEPARD 

Louiiville 
ANTHONY WAYNE SHEPHERD 

Connenville, Indiana 
PATRICK THOMAS SHINE 

Southgale 
CHARLTON ALEXANDER SHIPP 

Pori* 
LINDA DARLENE SHRADER 



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JAMES WARREN SHUMARD, III 

Kettering, Ohio 
HOMER C. SHUMATE 

Middleiboro 
DONNA SIDERS 

Wilmington, Ohio 
WAYNE R. SIEBERT 



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, Ohio 



BARBARA ANN SILER 

Middlesborough 
WILLIAM EDWARD SIMPSON 

Danville 
GENIE G. SIMS 

Hortodsburg 

WIILIAM DAVID SMALLWOOD 

Independence 
JAMES ROLAND SMITH 

Louisville 
JOYCE ANN SMITH 

New Liberty 
JULIA KATHRYN SMITH 



LONZO SMITH 

Manchester 
MARY CHRISTINE SMITH 

Stanford 
ROGER BRENT SMITH 

Liberty 

RONALD ALBERT SMITH 



JANIE LOU SMYTH 

Ravenna 
JOHN N SMOOT 

Carlisle 
GAIL MARIE SOULEYRETTE 

Danville 
LINDA KAY SPIESS 

Wouseon, Ohio 
LINDA TATE STANIFER 

Richmond 
ERICA LEE STANTON 

Collingjwood, New Jersey 

LORRAINE E. STARK 

Newton. New Jersey 
RAYMOND THOMAS STAVISKI 

Soulhgcrte 
JERRY SCOTT STEDMAN 

New Cumberland, Pennsylvoni 
DAVID C STEGNER 

Fort Thomos 
HELEN MARIE STEMPFER 

Jeonnette, Pennsylvania 
MELINDA NELL STEPP 

Preston ib urg 
DAVID LAMAR STEWART 

Louisville 

ROGER RAY STEWART 

Pikeville 
SHELBY ALAN STIRN 

Middletown 
HOBERT MICHAEL SLOANE 



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CARLA SUE STOBER 



WILLIAM L. STOESS 



ELIZABETH R. STOLL 



MARILYN M. STONE 



BARBARA R. STORCK 

Dayton, Ohio 
DINAH GAY STORIE 

Catlettiburg 
MICHAEL WAYNE STORM 

London 
CANDY ROSE STRATTON 



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MCHAEL A. STRECK 



JUNE STRICKLAND 



HENRY PAUL STROLL 




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DONALD PAUL STURGEON 

Wolton 
LEWIS HENRY SUBLETT 

RAY WESLEY SUSONG 

Middletown, Ohio 
ROBERT KEITH SUTTER 

LoGtonge Park. Illinois 
CONNIE JEAN SWART 

Neville. Ohio 
KENNETH WAYNE SWEASY 

CAROL SUE SWOPE 
Fort Thomas 

ROSEMARY TACKETT 

Gerethel 
OVERT LAWRENCE TALLENT 

Albany 
MARTIN TRENT TALMAGE 

Sobino, Ohio 
PAULETTE TATE 

Paris 
CAMILLE KAY TAYLOR 

Louisville 
HARRY GILBERT TAYLOR 

Louisville 
JUDY MANSFIELD TAYLOR 



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LINDA TAYLOR 

LoufivilU 
THOMAS CHARLES TAYLOR 

North Vernon, Indiana 
LINDA CAROL TEATER 

B u . B ,n 
PATRICIA LORRAINE THEILER 

Richmond 
ANTHONY D THOMAS 

Louiivill. 
KATHLEEN MARIE THOMAS 

louitvill* 
JOHN W THOMPSON 

LouiivilU 

TIMOTHY B TILLSON 

Haitingt-onHudtOn, New York 

WENDELL TINCHER 

Tyn.r 
CHERYL LOU TIPTON 

Palicily, Ohio 
DONNIE G TIPTON 

Richmond 
SANDY LEE TODD 

Fort Mitchell 
GLENNA TRAUTMAN 

Clevei. Ohio 
JOHNNY MICHAEL TRAUTWEIN 

LouiivilU 

ROBERT CLARKE TRENZ 

Weil Milford, New Jeney 
ALLEN C TRIMBLE 

Richmond 
GERAIDINE TRUE 

Veno.llei 
LARRY R TRUNNELL 

Louitvllle 
STANLEY REUEL TRUSLER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM THOMAS TURNBLAZER 

Middleiboro 
JOHN TURNER 

Newport 

MARILYN AILEEN TURNER 

Foirborn, Oh,o 

MARTIN LEE UPCHURCH 

Montinlla 
NANCYE LOUISE URMSTON 

Middletown, Ohio 
MICHAEL DEAN VANCE 

Wheelwright 
DENNIS GREGORY VAN HORN 

Le.ington 

JEANNE VECNEMAN 

Louifvilla 
RICHARD LEE VICE 

Maytvills 

TRUDY ANN VITATOE 

Wheelwright 
PATRICIA ANN VOGIER 

Frankfort 
NANCY ANN VOLK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONNIE LEE VONSICK 

LouisvillB 
CHARLE5 S WAGERS 

Richmond 
DONNA LOU WAGERS 

Mancheiter 

DONNA WAINSCOTT 
Wheotley 

RODDY GLYNN WALDROUP 

Kmgi Mountain 
CHARLES W WALLIN 

Weil Liberty 
SANDRA C WALTER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
HILDA WARD 

ROBERT NEAL WARFIELD 

Lou, iv, lie 
8RENDA SUE WARNER 

Pleoiont Hill. Ohio 
ROBERT AWN WARTSCHLAGER 

Lauisvill* 



Christmas at Eastern wouldn't be complete without the pageantry of the Hanging 
of the Greens in Walnut Hall. 




JUDITH ANN WASSERMAN 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
DEBORAH S, WATSON 

Cynthiono 
LEE DIANE WATSON 

Kettering, Ohio 
WILLIAM JOSEPH WAYMAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SALLY LYNN WEAVER 

Union 
SHELBYE STEWART WEAVER 

Moyfield 
SUZY WEBB 

Mount Sterling 

WILLIAM LEE WEBB 

Shelbyville 
DONNA KAY WEDDLE 

Somerset 
A. MICHAEL WELCH 

CAROLYN SUE WELCH 

Burlington, New Jersey 
DON WELLS 

Lawrenceburg 
LILLIAN ANN WELLS 

Cox's Creek 
STEPHEN DUANE WELLS 

Anderson, Indiana 

KATHI JO WELSH 

Louisville 
NITA ANN WELSH 

Owensboro 
STEPHEN G. WESSEL 

Ashland 
JOHN S WEST 

Xenia, Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN WEST 

CLAUDIA D, WESTERMAN 

Villa H,lls 
MARIANNE WHITACRE 

Morrow, Ohio 

EDGAR WHITAKER, JR. 

Carcassonne 
GEORGIA M. WHITAKER 

Cynthiona 
JOAN CHARMAINE WHITAKER 

Chavies 
RUTH WHITAKER 

Winchester 
DANIEL THOMAS WHITE 

Fort Thomas 
WILLIAM E WHITE 

Winchester 
JACK CRAWFORD WHITNEY 

Sunbury, Ohio 

BENNY LEIGH WHITTAKER 

Richmond 
WANDA MARIE WILKERSON 

Perryville 
DAWN KRISTIN WILKINSON 

Nicholasville 
ANDREW WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
BO WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
DOROTHEA W. WILLIAMS 

Berea 
E. CAROL WILLIAMS 




SOPHOMORES 




EDDIE JOE WILLIAMS 

Russell 
KAREN LEE WILLIAMS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHARON ALISSA WILLIAMS 



Loo 



rille 



THOMAS JAMES WILLIAMS 

Newlon, New Jersey 
CAROL ANN WILLIAMSON 

DONNIE R. WILLIAN 

Hodgenville 
CASEY WILMS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

JERRY L. WILSON 

Danville 
JIMMY CLARK WILSON 

Paris 
ROGER ALLAN WILSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONALD CLAY WILSON 

Paris 
BRENDA GAYLE WINBURN 

Smithneld 
VINA MAE WINKLER 

ROY DALE WINSTEAD 
Mount Vernon 

PRISCILLA KAYE WOLFE 

Greenup 
JOHN H. WOLFF, JR. 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
CAROL LYNN WOOD 

Bagdad 
HARRY DAVID WOOD 

Milton 
KENNETH LEE WOODRUFF 

Morrow, Ohio 
SHARON A. WOODRUFF 



Morr 



, Ohio 



WILLIAM RAY WOODS 



422 




DEBORAH L WOODSIDE 

Cincinnati, Oh,o 
MARTHA KAY WORKMAN 

Brooktvilli 
BARBARA ANN WORLEY 

FcrryvilU 
JOHN EDWARD WORTH 

Thornlown, Indians 
BARBARA LYNN WRIGHT 

Goihen, Ohio 
LARRY EVAN WRIGHT 

Weil Chc.tr.. Ohio 
PHYLLIS ANN WRIGHT 

Cumberland. Moryland 

PHYLLIS SHARON WRIGHT 

Spr.nofield. Ohio 
THERESA ANN WRIGHT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA JEAN WYNN 

Springfield. Oh.O 

THOMAS DAVID YATES 

Fart Thomai 
DORIAN PHILLIP YEAGER 

Richmond 
M, MICHELE YOUNG 

Louiiville 
SARAH LYNN YOUNG 

P.eitonibufg 

JERRY LEE ZACHARY 
Liberty 

RANDY J. ZACHRITZ 

Belltvue 
WESLEY M ZANONE 

Lancaster 
SUSAN ANNE ZWEIG 

W.ncKester 
ROBERT ALAN ZWICK 

Deloware, Ohio 




A beautiful fall day is the perfect 
time ta spend a few reflective mo- 
ments alone in the ravine. 



Class of 1971 




BOTTOM ROW: SUSAN DORSEY, Secretary; PATTI ANDERSON, Treasurer; TON/ EASTHAM, 
Student Council Representative. TOP ROW: JIM PELLEGR1NON, Student Council Representa- 
tive; JOE BELGRADE, Vice President; MIKE MILTKO, President; STEVE GOODROE, Reporter. 

Upheaval was the characteristic which predominantly marked 
our freshman year. Tossed haphazardly into a world of pro- 
tocol, research papers, rules, regulations, curfews, and contra- 
dictions of every imaginable sort, we fought equally as hard 
to maintain our sanity and identity, as well as to attain a 
respectable academic level. 

Homecoming, dances, final exams, fraternity and sorority 
rushes, sporting events, and suitcasing Olympics, all combined 
to make up the initial period of transition from the safe, settling, 
and predictable environment of home to the swirling maelstrom 
of university life. The year over, we emerged battle-proven 
veterans, confident of handling any matter thrust our way. 



4 24 




JEBBY I ABRAMS 

Emin.nc. 
NIKKI I ACTON 

W.n Milton, Ohio 
CAROl S ADAMS 

Richmond 
CINOY R ADAM5 

Cold Spring 
CYNTHIA fl ADAMS 

Toylor Mill 
THERESA K. ADAMS 

Aihlond 
WILLIAM E. ADAMS 

Podvcoh 
SAllY A ADCOCK 

Lexington 
DIANE D ADDINGTON 

Eli*obcthto*n 
CATHERINE 6 ADERHOIDT 

Kingiport, Tcnnesiee 
MARTHA I ADKINS 

Louisville 
NANCY C, ADKINS 

Virgie 
RITA D ADKINS 



MARGARET S ALBRIGHT 

Newport New,. Virginio 
WILLIAM M ALEXANDER 

Louisville 
LONI AIGIER 

Richmond 
THOMAS G. ALIG 

Ludlow 
JOHNNY D ALLEN 

West liberty 
JULIA ALLEN 

Loyall 
KATHLEEN I ALLEN 

Bordstown 
VERA I ALLEN 

Raceland 
DANNY CLAY AILNUTT 

Lexington 
WILLIAM G ALMARA 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
JANICE M. ALWOOD 

Louisville 
MICHAEL F- AMBURGEY 

Mount Sterling 
CHARLES E ANDERSON 

ElVhorn City 
KEITH A ANDERSON 



NANCY L. ANDERSON 

Paris 

PATTY L. ANDERSON 

Norwood, Ohio 
RAYMOND F ANDERSON 

Borea 
JUDY E ANGEL 

Louisville 
ROBERT D ANTROBUS 

Falmouth 
CATHIE I ARCHABLE 

Findlay, Ohio 
EDDIE L. ARMBRECHT 



JERRY M ARNOLD 
GLENNA R. ARVIN 

BILLY W. ASBERRY 

Albany 
ANTHONY ASBRIDGE 

Corbin 
PEGGY A ASHBY 

Shepherdtville 
LINDA J ASHCROFT 

Winchester 
ROY P ASHCRAFT 

Louisville 



First Year at College Paves Way to Future 



LOUISE ASHER 
Hyden 

VERNON ASHER 

Beverly 
KENNETH C ASHLEY 

RUBY I. ATKINSON 

Hardinsburg 
MARY L ATHEY 

Washington Court House 

Ohio 

FRANK B. AUBREY. II 

RICHARD L. AUCHEY 

New Oxford, Pennsylvon 
JILL A. AUSTIN 

Cleveland. Ohio 
ROBERT E. AUSTIN 

South Portsmouth 
GLENN A BAILEY 

Stanford 
LARRY W BAILEY 

Winchester 
PATSY A BAIRD 

Middletown, Ohio 
DAVID L BAKER 

JANET P BAKER 
Manchester 




425 




RONNIE L BALDWIN 

Covington 
BONNIE L BAIL 

Klngsport. Tennessee 
MARY M. BALLENGER 

Gohanno, Ohio 
JAMES B BANKS 

Compton 
JERRY L. BANKS 

Hamilton, Ohio 
MARLA K. BANKS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARILYN D BANNISTER 

Paris 

GEORGE D BARGER 

Richmond 
JOHN A BARKAU 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM P BARKER 

Brandenburg 

KAY L. BARNES 

DEVIN B. BARNETT 

Mount Ol.ve 
MATTHEW F. BARSETTI 

Ellwood City, Pennsylvan 
JANET K BASTIAN 



Cinci 



, Ohio 



DEBI L BATES 

Hazard 
DONALD R BATTLES 

Stanton 
JANE C. BAUER 

Louisville 
BUFORD D BAUGHN 

Bueno Vista 
BRUCE E BAUMAN 

Sarasota, Florida 
CHERRYL L- BAXTER 



Lei 






DIANA M BAYNARD 

Saint Petersburg, Florida 

JACK E. BAYSORE 
Louisville 

SHARON A BECK 
Louisville 

LARRY BECKETT 

DONNA S BEGLEY 

GEORGE R BEGLEY 

Richmond 
MARGARET M BEITZ 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
HUDSON L. BELCHER, II 

Danville 



Orientation Week— Time To Get Acquainted 



JOSEPH E BELGRADE 

Louisville 
DAVID E BELL 

Frankfort 
JEROME M. BELL 



MARTHA A. BELL 



ROBERT J BELL 



JANICE A BENASSI 
Frankfort 

JAMES P BENDS 

Georgetown, Ohio 
DONALD L BENNETT 

Aurora, Indiana 
VALORIE E BENT 

Le.ington 
WESLEY M. BENTLEY 

South Shore 
NORA I BERRY 

Stanford 
SANDRA BERRY 

Moysville 
WILLIAM P BERTKE 

Fort Mitchell 
AMY M. BICKETT 

Louisville 
ANN E BIERMANN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBORAH L. BINGHAM 

Tyner 
JAMES E BINGHAM 

Corbin 
KATHRYN S BISHOP 

Louisville 
MARGARET A. BISHOP 

Oneida 
BARBARA L, BLACK 

La Gronge 
LARRY J BLACK 



RONALD L BLACK 

Silver Grove 
DONALD W BLACKBURN 

Jefferson town 
LARRY E BLACKBURN 

Goody 
BRENDA J BLADEN 

Milton 
CHERYL M. BIAGG 

Trenton, Ohio 
KAREN L. BLAKE 

Dayton, Ohio 




426 



IRA L BLAKEMAN 

Sinai 
HOWARD E. 8LAKER 

Hebron 
JERRY D. BLANKENSHIP 

CorbTn 
CALVIN T BLANTON 

Crab Orchard 
KATHLEEN F BLAUT 

Southgote 
STEPHAN A. 8LEVENS 

Louisville 
DONNA J 8LEVINS 

Louisville 

FLOYD R. BLEVINS 

Monlieello 
LINDA K. BLEVINS 

Mount Sterling 
LLOYD K. BLEVINS 

Montieello 
ROBERT R. BLYTHE 

Richmond 
STEPHEN J. BOARD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM M. BONER 

Brocton, New York 
ROBERT C. BOOTH 

Elmhurst, Illinois 
JOHN A. BORIN 

Norwood, Ohio 
VELINDA S BOSTON 

Louisvillo 
LINDA S BOTTOMS 

Perryville 
BECKY A. BOURNE 

Owenton 
LYNN A. BOWLING 

Brookville, Indiana 
CONNIE M BOWMAN 

Toylorville 
JACQUELIN M. BOWMAN 

Campion 
SHIRLEY A. BOWMAN 



TERRY W. BOWMAN 

Fairdale 
RONALD D. BOYD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
IRIS E BOYLE 



Mor 



and 



LYNDA C BRAMEL 

Maysville 
SHARON A. BRANDTS 

Celina, Ohio 
BRENDA D. BRASHEAR 

Viper 





NORA D BRASHEAR 

Cor bin 
HAROLD D. BREAHM 

Lookout 
LARRY D. BREITENSTEIN 

Louisville 
CHARLES J BREWER 

Augusta 
EVALENE BREWER 

Campion 
KAREN G BRICKEY 

Gate City, Virginia 
WILLIAM T BRIGHT 

Pleosureville 

GARY W. BRITTAIN 

Norwood. Ohio 
JOHN W BRITTINGHAM 

CECELIA BRONDDAS 

Richmond 
KAREN L. BROERING 

Fort Thomos 
JAMES R. BRONN 

BOBBY S BROOKS 

Richmond 
JOHN G. BROOKS 

Eliiabethtown 




Whaf's in the box? 




STANLEY W. BROUGHTON 

Lancaster 
CAROL J. BROWN 

Oneida 

CATHY S. BROWN 

Louisville 
DEBORAH J. BROWN 

Louisville 
DENNIS J BROWN 

Vevay. Indiana 
GARY F. BROWN 

Louisville 
HELEN I. BROWN 

Portsmouth. Ohio 
JACK BROWN 

Lexington 

JUDITH D. BROWN 
Fort Wright 

LARRY A. BROWN 

Fort Thomas 
PAUL A. BROWN 

Albany 
THOMAS R BROWN 



Ver 



bIIIm 



VICTORIA L. BROWN 

DANNY BROWNING 
Lancaster 

KATHLEEN F. BROWNING 

Mitehellsburg 
WILLIAM K. BROWNING. JR. 

JULIE A. BRUMBACK 

MARSHALL BRUMBACK 

No, wood, Ohio 
DONALD W, BRUMFIELD 

Wilmore 
JAMES E. BRUNER 

JUDITH M. BRUNER 
London 



FRESHMEN 



NILA J BRUNO 

Clyde, Ohio 
PEGGY L BRYAN 

Centerville, Ohio 
JAMES D BRYANT 



An< he 



oge 



JOHN B BRYANT 

Lexington 
KARAN L. BRYANT 

Frankfort 
SHARON L. BRYANT 

Frankfort 
TERRI A. BRYSON 



Louis 



ilte 



JOHN L. BUCHANAN 

Lebanon, Ohio 
JUDY L BUJDOSO 

Cincinnati 
CAROL B BULLOCK 

Mount Vernon 
ANNA B BUNCH 

Valley Station 
JAMES M BUQUO 

Norwood, Ohio 
ROGER L BURCHETTE 

Albany 
LINDA ', BURD 

Celino, Ohio 

LARRY W. BURGESS 

Bearfyville 
VICKI L. BURGNER 

Vandalio, Ohio 
JOHN E BURK 

M CAROLYN BURK 

SHERRY L BURKE 

TERRY BURKHOLDER 

El do Ohio 
JEAN A BURNESS 

Raddiff 
CYNTHIA K. BURNS 

Sanders 
PAMELA J BURNS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CLARICE J BURTON 

Columbia 
EDDIE D BUTLER 

Cyn.h.ana 

JERRY P. BUTLER 

LELANI BUTLER 

Cynthiana 
NANCY E. BUTLER 
Louisville 

WILLIAM D. BUTLER 

Troy. Ohio 

YVONNE BUTLER 

Cynthiana 
NANCY L BUTTERS 

Louisville 
KATHLEEN M. BYRNE 

Bloomfield, New Jern 
HELEN CAIN 

Buck horn 
KAREN L. CAIN 

Valley Station 
EDWINA K CAISE 

Lexington 




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PAUL N CALKINS 
Kettering, Ohio 
CHARLES A CALVERT 

Mo j 1 1 i 1 1 ■ 

JAYNE R CALVERT 

CHARLES K CAM* 

LewtarilU 
SHIRLEY D CAMP 

LouirrOU 
DAVID CAMPBELL 

Corbin 
JEROME M CAMPBELL 

Middleiboro 

WALTER M CAMPBELL 

Hoov.n. Ohio 
JOYCE J. CANNON 

No'Th Middlelown 
PHriLtS J. CARDER 

Trenton, Ohio 
RONALD L. CARMICLE 

Liberty 
WALLACE D. CARMICLE 

liberty 
BETTY L CARPENTER 

Manchester 
DAVID M. CARPENTER 

Richmond 

PATRICIA L CARPENTER 

Pendleton 
THOMAS E CARR 

Folrhoven, Moiiochuietti 
JOHN W CARROLL 

Alhland 
DIANA J. CARTER 

Loui.ville 
EDDIE R. CARTER 

Stanford 
JAMES A CARTER 

Fo.rdole 
KEN M CARTER 

Richmond 

PATSY S CARTER 

Venoillei 
ROSEANNA L. CARTER 

Racelond 
WILLIAM D CARTINHOUR 

lawrenceburg 
ROBERT C CASE 

Maytville 
PAUL CASH. JR. 



Lou 



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TERRY A. CASSITY 

M-llersburg 

SANDRA K. CASTEGNARO 
Hardburiy 

CONLEY CAUDIH 

London 
DAVID M CAUDILL 

Jeremiah 
JIMMY S CAUDILL 

Cauauonne 
GRANVILLE I- CAYCE 

Hopkinivllle 
MARIAN J. CAYWOOD 

Creitwood 
DURWARD R CENTER 

Richmond 
DEBORAH A. CHALIN 

lei.ngton 



LINDA G CHAMBERS 

Mount Sterling 
JAY H. CHANLEY 

Miami. Florida 
JO ANN CHARMOll 

Louisville 
CARMEN G CHASE 

Richmond 
JAMES F, CHATMAN 

Loufrville 
PAULA A CHEAP 

Flemlngiburg 
ANDREA I. CHERNE 

Middletown. New Jersey 





Freshmen pause for a moment 
of prayer during Orientation 
Week. 




DEBORAH S. CHESLER 

Shady Side, Maryland 
CHERYL L CHESNEY 

Monticello 
LINDA L. CHESSER 

Louisville 
BARBARA L. CHRISMAN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
STEVEN C. CHRISMAN 

H.lhboro. Ohio 

JANE S. CHRISTOPHER 

Irvine 
JOHN F CISSELl 

Hodgenville 

DAVID H. CLARK 

Jenkins 
ELIZABETH A. CLARK 

Pineville 
FRANK CLARK 

Monterey 
HAROLD R. CLARK 

Booneville 
NORA I. CLARK 

MARTHA J. CLICK 

Richmond 
JACK A. CLIFTON 

Middletown, Ohio 



Freshmen Discover What Rats the Upperclassmen Are . 



CHRISTY K COATE 

Celino, Ohio 
RANDY L. COATES 

Covington 
JAMES W. COBB 

Lexington 
RONITA L. COBB 

Corbin 
EDWARD L COCHRAN 

Germantown, Ohio 
BRENT L. COLDIRON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SYLVIA A COLE 

Louisville 
KAREN R COLEMAN 

Cleorwater, Florida 
LARRY G COLEMAN 

Lebanon Junction 
LINDA L COLEMAN 

Jamboree 
MARTHA J COLEMAN 



Cle- 



, Ohio 



SARAH A. COLEMAN 

Williamson, West Virgini 

RAYMOND B. COLLES 
Valley Station 

BARBARA D COLLINS 
Whlteiborg 

JO A COLLINS 

Versailles 
STEVEN W COLLINS 

Louisville 
LINDA M. COLLIVER 

Lexington 
BARBARA J COLUMBIA 

JUDITH A COLVIN 

Ludlow 
JERALD F COMBS 

Whitesburg 
ROBERT P COMBS 

Frankfort 

VEDA COMBS 
Buckhorn 

SANDRA J. COMMONS 

Louisville 
ELIZABETH A. COMPTON 

Phelps 
LAURA J. COMPTON 

Phelps 
FREEDA E CONLEY 

Garrett 
MARY J CONLEY 

Belfry 
ANNE L CONNELL 

Louisville 
CARLOTTA F CONNER 

Cynthiano 
ALFRED C CONNOLLEY 

Montrose, New York 
KATHRYN J. CONRAD 

Falmouth 
GARY P COOK 

Bagdad 

JENNY L. COOK 

LARRY H COOK 

Louisville 
MARY A COOK 
Volley Stotion 

NATALIE COOK 

Louisville 
BARBARA N. COOL 

Albany 
ALICE L COOPER 

Vanceburg 
JEANNE L. COOPER 

Eubank 
STEPHEN A COOPER 

Richmond 
ROBERT L. CORBIN 

Lexington 
MARY L CORLEY 






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430 



JOHN H. CORLIS 

Brooksville 
A M. CORNACCHIO, JR. 

North MerficV, New York 
REBECCA J. CORNETT 

Hazard 
LINDA K. COSBY 

Richmond 
BARBARA J. COTTON 

Florence 
BONNIE L COVER 

JOANNE COVINGTON 

Richmond 

BEHY C. COX 
CHARLES COX, JR. 

LINDA S. COX 

Louisville 
PHYLLIS J. COXE 

Louisville 
SUSAN M. CRABB 

Sulphur 
CAROLE A. CRACRAFT 

CARLOS H. CRACRAFT 

North Middlclown 




In Court, That Is 




LARRY CRAFT 
Aurora, Indio 



BARBARA J CRAIG 

Dayton, Ohio 
DEWEY F. CRAWFORD 

London 
DIANN K CRAWFORD 

Winnsboro. Tenos 
KENNETH L. CRAYCRAFT 

Middletown, Ohio 
JEFFERY L. CREECH 

Middlesboro 
HENRY C CREECH 

Moncheiler 
WANDA J CREED 

Louisville 
MICHAEL E CREUTZINGER 

Ludlow 
SALLY A. CREWS 

Fort Thomas 
BONNIE CRISP 



AIV1N J CRISWELL 

Paris 
GLENN CRITTENDON 

HAZEL E CROUCH 
Shelbyville 

SHERRILL K CHOUCHER 

Jeremiah 
NORMA E CROWE 

Winchester 
SUSAN K CROWE 

Louisville 
JAMES R CUNDIFF 

Shepherdsville 
STEPHEN L. CUNNINGHAM 

Newport 
ELOISE E CURRENT 

Paris 
JANET A CURRIE 



LEONH S CURRY 

Richmond 
BEVERLY L CURTIS 

Stomping Ground 
PHILLIP A CURTIS 

Cynthlana 
SHARON I CURTIS 

Louisville 
CAROLYN J. CUTSHAW 

Georgetown 
LARRY J DADO 

Freeburn 
BELINDA C DANIELS 




3>"1 Accused freshmen leave all ideas of "innocent until proven guilty" 
behind when they appear before the Rat Court bench. 



431 




DEAN S. DANNENBERG 

Rockford, Illinois 
SONDRA L. DARNEAL 

JUDITH C. DARNELL 

Sinai 
LINDA D DARNELL 

Frankfort 
DOUGLAS B. DAUGHERTY 

Mitchell 
PATSY D. DAUGHERTY 

Brodhead 
REBECCA A. DAVIS 

Louisville 



SHELBY J. DAVIS 

Eau Claire. Wisconsii 
JOHNNY B. DAWALT 

Dry Ridge 
STEPHEN T. DEAN 

Brooksville 
JOHN P. DECKER 

Winchester 
MIKE K. DEEB 

Louisville 
KENNY L. DEES 



GARY DELANEY 

Mason 
HAROLD M. DENHAM 

Danville 
DONNA R. DENNEY 

Brodhead 
JAMES E. DENNIS 

Stanton 

WALTER W. DERRICKS 



PAMELA L DERRY 



FREDRICK J. DE VACO 

Alexandria 
GLORIA J DEVERS 

Midway 
DANN A. DICKEY 

Gibsonia, Pa. 
PAUL R. DIERSING 

Louisville 
SUSAN L. DILS 

Ashland 
SANDRA S. DIMMITT 

Brooksville 
PHYLLIS G. DINGUS 

Martin 
DAVID A DIXON 

Valley Station 



FRESHMEN 



JOHN N DOGGENDORF 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONNIE K. DOLEN 

Monticello 
NEAL P DONALDSON 

Richmond 
MARY A. DONNELL 

Versailles 
WILLIAM M. DONOVAN 

Carlisle 
JOHN P. DOOLOUKAS 

Goshen, Ohio 
CINDI R DORMAN 

Covington 

THOMAS L DORROH 

Hopkinsville 
SUSAN K DORSEY 

Flemingsburg 
RITA F. DOUGLAS 

Eminence 
JOHN W. DOWNS, JR. 

Louisville 
IIBBY K. DOZIER 

West Irvine 
MICHAEL B DRUMMOND 

Wilmington, Ohio 
JALAINE A DUDDEY 

Villa Hills 
PEGGY J. DUNBAR 

Russell Springs 
DANNY M DUNCAN 

Georgetown 
GARY W. DUNCAN 

Evorti 
LARRY A. DUNCAN 

Louisville 
MICHEAL L DUNCAN 

Warsaw 
SHIRLEY M DUNHAM 

Milford, Ohio 
MICHAEL S. DUNKER 

Erlonger 

CHARLOTTE M. DUNN 

Burgin 
LAWRENCE E. DUNN 

Fort Knox 
PAULETTE R. DUNN 

Georgetown 
WILLIAM R. DUNN 

Medina, New York 
BILL E DWELLEY 

Lexington 
JUDY K, DWELLY 

Washington 
JANET L. EADS 

Georgetown 




BLAIR D EARKMAN 



Lsull 



,iic 



DELCENIA F EASTERLING 

Richmond 
TONI J EASTHAM 

Wortfand 
ROGER I EATON 



Loui 



.Hie 



DAN H ECKLEN 

Lexington 
GARY R EOEN 

Lexington 
RONALD W EDEN 

Richmond 

FREDRICK D EDRINGTON 

Louisville 
CHARLOTE J. EGNEW 

Broaksvilfa 
JOSEPH A ELAM 

Lexington 
LESTER R. ELAM 

SUSAN C. ELLIS 

Moorestawn, New Jersey 
CHARLES E. ELZA 

London 
MAXINE Y EMBRY 

Richmond 
DORETHA G EMERSON 

Lexington 
DENNIS R. ENGLE 

Corbin 
STUART B ENIOW 

Danville 
THOMAS F ENLOW 

Danville 
KRISTINE A ERICKSON 

Cleveland. Ohio 
JOHN F. ERNST 

Lexington 
JENNY L EVANS 

Louisville 

LINDA S EVANS 



SUSAN PC. FAESENMEIER 



MARIANNE E FALK 



DANNY R FANNIN 



JOHN D. FARMER 

Corbin 
JOSEPH T. FARMER 

Corbin 
LARRY D FARMER 

Dayton, Ohio 





MARY K FARMER 
Lexington 

ESTHER E. FARRIS 

Richmond 
PATRICIA J FARRIS 

Louisville 
DAVID H FALKNER 

Winchester 
SHERRY A. FAULKNER 

Walton 
SUSAN K. FEDERBUSH 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
STEPHEN R. FEGENBUSH 

Louisville 

SANDRA L. FELTNER 
Hazard 

BRENDA G FERGUSON 

Manchester 
SHIRLEY I FERGUSON 

lex. ng ton 
A MICHAEL FEY 

Fort Thomas 

LOREDA G. FEY 

Cincinnoti. Ohio 

LARRY S FIELDS 

LINDA R_ FIELDS 

Lexington 

MANUEL FIGUEROA 

Coral Gables, Florida 
ELLA R- FISCHER 

Perryville 
RODNEY D. FISK 

Independence 
LINDA D FITZGERALD 

Daylon. Ohio 
NANCY l_ FIT2PATRICK 

Frankfort 
CURTIS P FLANARY 

Virgin 
SHEILA F. FLANARY 



FRANK A FLEMING 

Fort Campbell 
MARK A FLEMING 

Cincinnoti. Ohio 

LOUISA A FLOOK 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
DAVID A FLYNN 

CECIL E. FOLEY 



Paris 
JUDY FORD 



WILLIAM B. FORD 



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LANNY A. FORMAN 

JAMES C FOSTER 

Lexington 
DIANA L. FOUTZ 

Seven Mile, Ohio 
CYNTHIA J FOWLER 

Bereo 
WILLIAM B. FRAKES 

Lexington 
WOODY FRANCIS 

Bulon 
SKIP FRANK 

Danville 
JOHN O FRANKLIN 



EUGGLE FRASURE 

Eost McDowell 
CAROLYN S. FRAZIER 

North Middletown 
PAMELA L. FREDERICK 

Mount Sterling 
LINDA C FREEMAN 

Lexington 
KENNETH A. FRITH 

Lexington 

NANCY FRITZ 

Enon, Ohio 

JOHN B FROST 

PAMELA L. FROST 

Carrollton 
PAUL E. FRYE 

Nancy 

SUSAN W. FRYMAN 

DANNY A. FUGATE 

Hazard 
DARIUS D FUGATE 

Mayking 

DONNA C. FUGATE 

Hazard 

KAY FUGATE 
Hazard 

MARILYN R. FULLER 

JOHN D. GABBARD 



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JO ANN GABBY 

NELL M. GAFFORD 

Eliiobethtown 
BEVERLY A. GALLOWAY 

Hustonville 
DEBORAH L GANTT 

Centerburg, Ohio 
ROBERT W. GAREY 

Moysville 
TERRY A GARWOOD 

Alexandria, Virginia 
MARK L. GELKE 

Fort Thomas 
BARBARA A. GENTRY 

RICHARD C GENTRY. JR. 

Horrodsburg 
DAVID R. GENTRY 

Lackland, Ohio 



Powder Puff of the Gridiron 



REBECCA GEORGE 

Lebanon, Ohio 
TONI R GIBSON 

Louisville 
VANCE M. GIBSON 

Elkhorn City 
CHRISTINE E GIESZL 

Corbin 
5USAN C GILKEY 

Louisville 
ANGELA K GILLIAM 

Lexington 
DORIS F GILLIAM 




Eager for victory, the veteran opposition storms toward 
Hangar Stadium for the annual Powder Puff football game. 




NANCY L, GINDELE 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

CONNIE L GLASSCOCK 
Brodfordsvillo 

PATRICIA K. GlEICH 



Lam 



ister 



DANIEL W. GLIER 

Fort Thomas 
DAVID M. GOATLEY 

Springfield 
EVELYN M GODBEY 

Danville 
WILLIAM M, GOEBEl 

Fort Mitchell 

THOMAS J. GOEDEKING 

Gahonno, Ohio 
BRENDA S. GOFF 

Jackson 
DEBORAH A. GOFF 

BARBARA A. GOGGIN 

Stanford 
PATRICIA A GOINS 

Richmond 
PAULA J GOINS 

Louisville 
BARBARA A. GOLD 

KENNETH A. GOLDEN 

Middlesboro 
ENGENE A. GOLDSCHMIDT 

Reading, Ohio 
MARTIN J. GOLDSMITH 



Lou. 



-,!i. 



OSA H GOOCH 

Stonford 
JEFFREY I GOODE 

Covington 
MYRA C GOODIETT 

Lawrencebgrg 
VICKI L GORMLEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

DONNA L. GORSUCH 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
ROBERTA J GOSSER 

Somerset 
JOYCE A. GOUGH 

Louisville 
PRISCILLA B GOULD 

CECIL G. GOVER 

Dayton, Ohio 
MARY M. GRAHAM 

Homestead. Florida 

RONNIE I. GRANT 

Columbia 
BETTY J GRAVES 

Frankfort 
FRANCES L GRAVES 

Louisville 
NANCY K. GRAVES 

Talcum 
ORA M GRAVES 

Louisville 
MARY O GRAY 

Danville 
ROY C. GRAY 

Beortyville 
LEONARD F. GREATHOUSE, JR. 

Midway 





♦ •• 



DEBBIE L. GREAVES 

Louisville 
CHRISTINE L GREEN 



DARRELL f GREEN 

Versailles 
KEN E. GREEN 



Lo 



rille 



TONI S GREEN 

Richmond 
BETTY J GREER 

Pestonsburg 
LINDA L. GREER 

Burdine 
CONNIE l. GRIFFIN 

W.lliomstown 
LINDA G- GRIFFIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA L GRIFFIN 

Mount Vernon 
WILLIAM J. GRIFFITH, JR. 

Louisville 
PHYLLIS A GRISIER 

Archbold, Ohio 
DEAN F GRISSO 

New Carlisle. Ohio 
GLEN A. GRITTON 

Sinai 

BRENDA S GROSS 

Coldrron 
JANE R. GROVER 

Maysville 
JEANNE A. GUEPE 

Nashville, Tennessee 
LARRY E GULLADY 

Winchester 
PATTY J. GULLION 

Carrollton 
MARY J GUPTON 

New Albony, Indiana 
MARILYN K HAAS 



435 




RODNEY D. HADDIX 

Richmond 
ALICE A. HAINLINE 

Owingsville 
MICHAEL T, HACK 

Louisville 
JO A HAIRSTON 

Lexington 
WILSTON C HALCOMB 

Richmond 
FREDERICK E. HALE M 

Nkholasville 
RONNIA HALE 

Tyner 
DEBBIE L HALL 

ELIZABETH A HALL 

Pikeville 
MARGIE A. HALL 

Richmond 
MAXINE HALL 

Jackson 
KAREN P HAMILTON 

Rockledge, Florida 
MARIE N. HAMILTON 

Louisville 
SARAH L. HAMMONS 



MAURITA A. HAMPTON 
Falmouth 

SHARON A. HANNA 

ERIC A. HAPPEL 

Crestwood 
BARBARA E. HARDIN 

South Shore 

HAROLD D HARE 

Lexington 

DENNIS G HARGROVE 

JOHN T. HARLE5S 

Dayton, Ohio 
HELEN L HARMON 

Williamson, West Virgin 
HENRY H. HARNED 

Frankfort 
ANN R. HARPER 

New Vienna, Ohio 
MICHAEL W. HARRELL 

Middlesboro 
KATY L HARRICK 

Lexington 
DIANA B. HARRIS 

Jefiersontown 
GLENDA H HARRIS 

Louisville 

LAURETTA J. HARRIS 

Louisville 
MENDELL G. HARRIS 

Richmond 
SHELIA D. HARRIS 

Richmond 
EDITH F HARRISON 

Lebanon. Ohio 
LARRY K. HARRISON 

PAUL D HARVEY 

Booneville 
JERRY M. HATHORN 

Cincrnnoti, Ohio 
ANTHONY W HATTON 

Winchester 
SHARON D HAWKINS 

Lexington 
MEXICO HAYDEN 

Nicholaiville 
CECIL D. HAYS 

Grovel Switch 
TEDDY L. HAYS 

Gray Hawk 
BILLY J. HEARN 

Frankfort 
JAME5 L. HECK 

Louisville 



FRESHMEN 



KAREN L HEID 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN E. HEIDERICH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA K. HEILMAN 

Highland Heights 
JANIE HELTON 

Williamsburg 
SCOTTYE N. HELTON 

Eiel 
MICHAEL B HENDERSON 

Olive Hill 
N1TA K HENDER50N 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

MARCELLYN G HEDRICK 

Frankfort 
EDWARD M HENRICKS 

Louisville 
CAROLYN L HENDRICKSON 

Pmeville 
KAY F HENDRICKSON 

Middlesboro 
GLEN A HENDRIX 

Hyden 
JUDY L HENKEL 

Dayton, Ohio 
ALAN L HENNESS 

Doyton, Ohio 






A weary freshman begins the last lap of registration by 
placing her classes on her many multicolored cards. 



JAMES T HEPIER 

Caracal. Venezuela 
GRACE W. HENRY 

Ostrander, Ohio 
SUSAN J HENRY 

Waynesville, Ohio 
TERESA A. HERBST 

Monticello 
MARGARET L HERRMANN 

Louisville 
LUCILLE HERRON 

London 
CAROL S. HESS 

Falmouth 

JOYCE M. HET2EL 

Hebron 
TERRY L HIGGS 

Jamestown, New York 
KAREN J. HILL 

Louisville 
ROSEMARY HILL 

Lexington 
SAMUEL W HILL 

Jackson 
SHARON A HILL 

Richmond 
WILLIAM F HILS 

Fori Wright 

JOHN T HINTON 

Louisville 
RICHARD A. H1TTINGER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
TONY E. HOBBS 

Beattyville 
JOHN R. HODGE 

Louisville 
KAREN L HOGGE 

Lexington 
JUDITH A. HOISINGTON 

Fredonio, New York 
CARL D- HOLBROOK 

Sorosota, Florida 

BARBARA G. HOLDER 



JAMES D HOLLIDAY 
Hazard 

PATRICIA A. HOLION 

Bradfordsville 
IDELLA E HOLT 

Neon 
LONNIE D HON 

Mount Sterling 
RANDALL J. HONEYCUTT 

Cody 
GREGORY T HOOKER 

San Pedro, California 





LAWRENE L HOPKINS 



Lou 



ville 



REBECCA L. HOPKINS 

Dayton. Ohio 
TOBIE A. HORN 

Frankfort 
BENITA S HOSIER 

KATHRYNE S HOSTETTER 

Maineville, Ohio 
SUE K HOUGHTON 



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iod. Ohio 



CAROLYN M HOURIGAN 



GEORGE D HOVEKAMP 

Lakeside Park 
ARTHUR L HOWARD 

Pari) 
GLENNA HOWARD 

Manchester 
JANET D HOWARD 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
LINDA K HOWARD 

Louisville 
PATSY D HOWARD 

Richmond 
JAMES M HOWE 

Richmond 



437 




HAROLD V. HOWELL 
Middletown. Ohio 

DONNA L. HUFFMAN 
Danville 

JERRY C. HUFFMAN 

MILDRED HUFFMAN 

Whealley 
SUSAN V. HUFFMAN 

Louisville 
FOREST C. HUME 

Richmond 
SANDRA S. HUMMEL 

Lexington 

MARY H. HUMPHRIES 



JOHN B. HUNDLEY 

Anchorage 
RITA G. HUNTER 

Carlisle 
STEVEN C, HUNTER 

Lexington 
FLOYD D. HURSH 

Springfield. Ohio 
LARRY B. HURT 

Hazard 
BETSY L. HUTCHINS 

Lexington 

LINDA S. HUTCHINSON 
MARILYN HUTTON 

ZETHREE A. HYDRICK 

Ashland 
JENNIFER L. INGRAM 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
HAROLD B. INMAN 

Corbin 
JAMES B. INSCO 

Hopkinsville 
JAMES H. INSKO 

Poris 

JAMES B. IRWIN 

Doyton, Ohio 
FLOYD T. ISAACS 

Lebanon 
DOUGLAS M. ISON 

Arlington, Virginia 
CANDY B. JACKSON 

Welliville, Ohio 
CONNIE JACKSON 

Ashland 
GARY D JACKSON 

W es t Union, Ohio 
MARGARET C. JACKSON 

Richmond 



Registration Bewilders Freshmen 



VIRGINIA L. JACKSON 

Burn side 
FRITZ F. JACOBS, JR. 

Circleville, Ohio 
SAUNDRA J JAMES 

South Shore 
MARY S. JARBOE 

Junction City 
CECELIA R. JASPER 

B-elheli doe 
MARY L. JASPER 

NORBERT JASPER 
Pleasure Ridge Park 

THOMAS L. JEFFERS 

Middlesboro 
ELIZABETH G. JENNINGS 

Nicholasville 
JOSEPH J. JENNINGS 

WILLIAM K JESSEE 

Bristol, Virginia 
PHILLIP H. JETT 

Mount Olivel 
WANDA JETT 

Gays Creek 
BEVERLY A. JOHNSON 

DANNIE L, JOHNSON 

Middlesboro 
GWENDOLYN E. JOHNSON 

Richmond 
JANICE S. JOHNSON 

Deo no 
JOHN W. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
LINDA J. JOHNSON 

Elkhorn City 
MARSHA L JOHNSON 

Covington 
MARY H. JOHNSON 

Pikeville 

DANNY E. JONES 

Greensburg, Indiana 
DONALD R. JONES 

London 
HERBERT E. JONES 

Ashland, Ohio 
ROBERT M. JONES 

Winchester 
RONALD G. JONES 

Middletown 
THOMAS N. JONES 

Reoding, Ohio 
STAYCE I. JORDAN 

Lexington 




438 




THOMAS E JUMP 

Dayton 
CLINTON D. JUSTICE 

Ell.hc.rn City 
DURUNDA JUSTICE 

Muddy 
ELKA S KATZ 

Wellivillt, Ohio 
RONALD I KAUFMAN 

Uulivlllt 
CHESTER M KAVANAUGH 

La n eailar 
MICHAEl S KEITH 

Owen Ion 

DEBORAH L KEUER 

Morrow, Ohio 
CHRISTOPHER I KELLEY 

MAICOLM H, KELLY 

0«ford, Penmylvonia 
ALBERTA J. KEMPER 

Lexington 

MICHALE E KEMPER 

Carrolllon 
KATHRYN J KENDALL 

Weit Union, Ohio 
GARY W KENDRICK 

Welltton, Ohio 

JAMES F KENNEDY 

London 
JENNIFER I KENNEDY 

Richmond 
ROGER L KENNEDY 

Covington 
HERBERT KENTER, III 



VICKI L KERR 

EUhorn City 
KAREN D KETRON 

El.zobelhtown 
BRADLEY E. KILLION 

Louisville 

BEVERLY A. KIMBLE 

Nottingham, Penntylvc 
JOYCE F, KINCAID 

Rogers 
JUDY L KINDER 

Pikeville 
CHERYL A KING 

Pleasure Ridge Pork 
PHILIP KINMAN 

Dry Ridge 
MARY K. KINNAIRD 

Lexington 
CATHERINE A. KIPP 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



JOANN KIRSCH 

Sinai 
JO A KLAMO 

Fairfield, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. KLINGLER 

Carrollton 
DARYL I KLINGLESMITH 



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rille 



LARRY G. KNUCKLES 

Doyton 
KATHY J. KOGER 

Somerset 
JERRY W. KRAISS 

Chambenburg, Penniylvon 

KATHERINE L- KRANZ 

Erlonger 
LAURA A. KRATCH 

Worthington. Ohio 
PAULA M. KRIEL 

Louisville 
CHARLES C. KRING 

Versailles 
ALAN C KRUEGER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
JUDITH A. KUKIELKA 

Valley Station 
JANE S KUNKEL 

KRISAND L KUNST 

Springfield Ohio 

DEBORAH J LAFONTAINE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
AARON D. LAINHART 

Richmond 
JANE L. IAMONDA 

Milford 
BRENT R. LASWELL 

Mount Vernon 
BETTY J LATIMER 

SUZANNE LAVALIEE 
Valley Station 

CONSTANCE E. LAWLESS 

Ruuell Springs 
MILDRED A. LAWSON 

PATRICIA E. LAWSON 

Bottle town 
REBECCA J, LAWSON 

Chicago, Illinois 
MICHAEL G LAYCOCK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY J IAYFORD 

Dayton, Ohio 
SUSAN P. LEA 

Shelbyville 




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MICHAEL D LEACH 




Peru, Indiono 




PATRICIA A. LEAHY 




Fort Thomos 




JOHN C. LEAKE 




Roywiek 


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MAHCELLA LEAR 




McKm 


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RONALD M. LEDFORD 
Point Lick 




ERIC W. LEE 




Georgetown 


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PRINCEA5 P. LEE 




Cumberland 




PHILIP H LEMASTER 




Hitehins 




REBEKAH R. LEMASTER 




Louisville 




NANCY L. LETHGO 


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Ravenna 
MARILYN R LEVY 




Bristol, Virginia 




BRUCE A. LEWIS 


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Lexington 




GEORGIA A LEWIS 


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louijville 


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JAMES M LEWIS 


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Dayton, Ohio 




MARY A. LEWIS 




Hamilton, Ohio 




STEPHEN S LEWIS 




Lexington 




5TEVE J LEWIS 




Pari* 




COLEEN S LIESKE 




Brownsburg. Indiana 


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JANICE F LIPPERT 




Midway 




CAROLYN S LITTERAL 




Irvine 


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CELESTINE A. LITTLE 




Louisville 



Upperclassmen introduce freshmen to the com- 
petitive political world. 





DAVID M. LLOYD 

Louisville 
PATRICIA D. LOCKHART 

Breaks, Virginia 
DALLAS L LOCKNANE 

Erlanger 
ANN E LOCKWOOD 

Fort Mitchell 
REUELLA A. LOGAN 

Danville 
WESLEY G. LOGAN 

Lancaster 
SUSAN R. LOGSDON 

Louisville 
CHARLES J LONDON 

Louisville 
DOUGLAS K LONG 

Germoniown, Ohio 
JANIS A LONG 

Horrodsburg 
LARRY M LONG 

Horrodsburg 
RANDY D. LOVINS 

Hindroan 
BARBARA A LUCAS 

Springfield, Ohio 
SUSAN LUNDERGAN 

Louisville 

PAUL D LUNDY 

Pineville 
CAROLYN E. LUTES 

Frankfort 
KENNETH G LUXON 

Richmond 
CHARLOTTE G LYNN 



Mai 



and 



MARLENE E. LYON 



GLENN E LYONS 



JACK L LYONS 



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LINDA C LYONS 

Bethlehem 
JUDITH A. McANELLY 

Huiionvllle 
CHERYL I McATEE 

Dayton, Ohio 
ELIZABETH A McBRAYER 

Racoiand 

Patrick w. McCarthy 



ROBERT W McCLOUD 
Harradiburg 

DUSTAN E. McCOY 

DORIS J. McCREARY 

Corbin 
CARLANNE MtCRYSTAL 

Harrodsburg 
SANDRA C. McDADE 

Louisville 
KAY McDANIEL 

Dayton, Ohio 
IRISH E. McDEVITT 

Maple Shade, New Jersey 
NANCY P. McDEVITT 

Louisville 

byron d. McDonald 

Danville 

donna j, Mcdonald 

Harlan 
JEFFREY G. McDONALD 
Paris 

karol s. Mcdowell 

Shelbyville, Indiana 
ELIZABETH K. McGEE 

Louisville 
SHARON G. McGEE 

Falmouth 
BECKY E. McGOWAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

JEAN L. McGREW 

Eminence 
JANE C. McGUIRE 

Sinai 
VALORIE L. McGUIRE 

Shelbyville 
JENNIFER J. MclNTOSH 

Winchester 
JON T. McKEEVER 

Sobina, Ohio 
GREGORY A McKENZIE 

Fort Mitchell 
DANNY McKINNEY 

Bradheod 

MARILYN K, McLEMORE 

Rome, New York 
HELEN M. McNAY 

Falmouth 
WILLIAM D McNEIL 

GEORGIA W, McNORGAN 

Fori Thomas 
GORDON C. McQUERRY 



Lancaster 

PHYLLIS J. McQUJS 

Winchester 
REBECCA J- MACY 

Hordinsburg 



N 




FRESHMEN 




MICHAEL G, MADDOX 

Louisville 
JANICE M MADISON 

Albany 
DEBORAH J MAGGARD 

Hazard 
WINNIE A MALATESTA 

Mople Shade. New Jers 
ROBERT C MALONEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DONNA R. MANCUSO 

Louisville 
WILLIAM M. MANGUS 

Richmond 
WILLIAM P. MANION 

May's Lick 
BARBARA J MANN 

Letcher 
DONNA J MANN 



Louii 



ille 



GLENDA J. MARCUM 

Middlesboro 
PAMELA 5 MARKS 

Georgetown, Ohio 
TERRY L MARKUS 

Alexandria 
BEVERLY A MARLOWE 

Bradfordsville 

MARY J. MARSHALL 

Jackson 
WILLIAM T MARSHALL 

Shelbyville 
MICHAEL J. MARTELLO 



Lei 






ANNA L. MARTIN 



DENNIS M. MARTIN 

Bellevue 
JAMES T MARTIN 

McKee 
NORMAN A MARTIN, JR 

Wilmington, Ohio 



441 




ROBERTA K MARTIN 

Richmond 
JAYNE A. MASON 

Lovelond, Ohio 
KATHLEEN A. MATCHETT 

Fort Mitchell 
MARY J. MATTHEWS 

Louisville 
MARION C. MATTINGLY 

Springfield 
FRANCINE E. MAXWELL 

Louisville 
WILLIAM F, MAY 

Langley 

JUDY G. MAYFIELD 

ANN MAYO 

Martin 
DANA S. MAYS 

ROGER C MAYS, JR. 

Middlesboro 
STEVIE H MAYS 

Qeattyville 
MARRIN D MEADOWS 

Richmond 
MILDRED MEADOWS 

Richmond 



Uncertainty Characterizes Freshman Year 



JERE S. MEDARIS 

Danville 
GINGER A. MEDLEY 

Middlesboro 
BEVERLY S. MEECE 

Clayton, Ohio 
DALE G. MEFFORD 

Worthville 
THOMAS R MERCER 

Edgewood 
JOHN W MERRILL 

Barnesville, Ohio 
RICHARD C. MESSMER 

Fort Thomos 
STEPHEN L. MEYERS 



MARTIN C. MILBURN 

Springfield 
SUSAN L MILES 

Lexington 
BEATRICE MILLER 

Richmond 
CRAIG R MILLER 

Germantown, Ohio 
DENNIS A MILLER 

Middlesboro 

DORIS J. MILLER 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

JAMES P. MILLER 

Daytono Beoch, Flor 

JAYNE E. MILLER 

Preslonsburg 

JOHN T MILLER 

Russell Springs 

LARRY E MILLER 



LUCILLE 



MLLER 



PAMELA M. MILLER 
Cenlerville, Ohio 

ROBERT L. MILLER, JR. 

Campbellsville 
SHELBIE J MILLER 

Williamsburg 
STEPHEN R. MILLER 



Lou-s 



tile 



C MICHAEL MILTKO 



RUSSELL R. MIMS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES A. MINER 

Middlesboro 
P. LYNNE MINISH 

Louisville 
DEBORAH I MINNISH 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JEFFERY L MIRACLE 

Middlesboro 
PHYLLIS K MIRACLE 

Barbourville 
MARTIN V. MITCHELL 

Louisville 
GEARLDINE MOBLEY 

Oneida 
JULIA A MOLYNEAUX 

Bordstown 
MICHAEL T. MONACELLI 

Albion. New York 

REBECCA S MONARCH 

Hardinsburg 
MAX L. MONEY 

Pineville 
BRENDA J. MOODY 

Wilmore 
TOMMY F MOODY 

Middlesboro 
ANN B. MOORE 

Bethlehem 
DIANA MOORE 

Pikeville 



JOHN J. MOORE 
Lexington 




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JOHN R, MOORE 

F.onUo.t 
tINDA S MOORE 

Mount Vornon 
LYOlA C MOORE 

ftoontvltla 
WIIUAM C MOORES 

Bcreo 
MARSHA I MOHAN 

SpringWd 
JUDY A MORELANO 

Richmond 
PATRICIA D MOREUND 

Mayi-illr 

MARILYN E MORGAN 

Yot.m.te 
SUSAN C MORGAN 

Albany 
LESLIE R. MORGESON 

Plcoiure Ridge Pari 
LINDA G MORRIS 

LouitvilU 
LARRY K MORRIS 

Groy Hawk 
PAni A MOSER 



P LYNN MOSES 
Richmond 

CRAIG R MOSHER 

Loulia 
GARY T MOSS 

Louisville 
FREDRICK 6 MULLINS 

Aihcamp 
GARY W MULLINS 

CampbelUvill* 
KENNETH L MULLINS 

Walton 
ROGER J MUNCH 

Dove., New Jciey 
LINDA I MURPHY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JACKIE S MURRAY 

Volley Stoi.on 
CHARLE5 W MURRELL 

Lexington 
EDWIN E MYERS 

Bethel, Oh,o 
EUEN E MYERS 

Louisville 
PATRICIA G MYERS 



SUSAN J MYERS 



MARDA G MYNK 



REBECCA S NANCE 

Pikeville 
SANDRA G. NANTZ 

Richmond 
CAROLYN NATICCHIONI 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
IONNIE C NAYLOR 

Lancaster 
MOUY K. NEAL 

Soint Albont, Wed Virg 
PAULA L. NEAL 

Irvine 
MICHAEL C NEWKIRK 

Wincheiter 
PEGGY A NEWTON 



LINDA G NICHOLS 

Some.jer 
LINDA S. NICHOLS 

Cynthiano 
MARLIA D NICKELL 

Wincheiter 
FRANK B. NIEMEYER 

Fori Mitchell 
GWEN A. NOBLE 

KATHLEEN M. NOONAN 




A helping hand is the first step to forming new friendships. 




DANNY NORDHEIM 

Springboro 
DAVID S NORMAN 

Louisville 
DONNA J NORTHCUTT 

Independence 
MILTON B NUGENT 

Louisville 
CHARLES T NUS5BAUM 

Fori Mitchell 
BARRY M. OGDEN 

Lexington 
PEGGY A O'NEIL 

Lyndhurst, New Jersey 

ERIC V. O'REA 

Louisville 
JOHN A. ORENDORFF 

Saint Petersburg, Florid. 
CAROLYN K. ORME 

Milford, Ohio 
ROBERTA A. OSBORN 



Morr 



, Ohio 



CONSTANCE E. OWENS 
Lynch 

MAVA J. OWENS 

Mount Vernon 
TERESA I OWENS 

Louisville 
AUDEEN PACE 

Winchester 
RICHARD M. PACH 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
WILLIAM L. PALMER 

Mount Eden 
SANDRA L. PARK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JURAN D. PARKS 

Richmond 
VIRGINIA I PARMLEY 

Montlcello 
LINDA I. PARRETT 

Annville 
JOY L PARR1GIN 

Monticello 
JAMES H. PARSONS 

Wildie 
WANDA J PAXTON 

Winchester 
ANNETTE 5. PAULEY 

Williamson, West Virgin 
MILDRED E. PAYNE 



Lot 



mile 



DONALD G PEACE 

Lexington 
ETHEL P. PEACE 



FRESHMEN 



SHERRI L. PEAN 

Centerville. Ohio 
KRISTINE D PEASE 

Corbin 
JOHN D PECK 

Richmond 
THOMAS E PEEK 

Lexington 
JAMES V PELLEGRINON 

New Boston, Ohio 
LINDA G PENICK 

Dry Ridge 
BARRY L PENN 

Barbourville 

BARRY W PENNINGTON 

Norwood, Ohio 
JUDIE E PENNINGTON 

West Chester, Ohio 
JESSE D PENNY 

Louisville 
DAVID F. PEREZ 

JAMES W PERKINS 

ANNA L. PETTIGREW 

Fort Knox 
KITTY A PEVELER 

Milford, Ohio 

CAROL A PFEIFER 



Al« 



andr, 



PATRICIA A. PHELPS 

Columbia 
DONNA L PHILLIPS 

Hamilton, Ohio 
GAIL PHILLIPS 

Richmond 
RICKY L PHILPOT 

Centerville, Ohio 
PAUL G PICKRELL 

Augusta 
ANN L PIPPIN 

Louisville 

WENDY K PITCHER 

FronkKn, Indiana 
JANET S. PLAYFORTH 

Crab Orchard 
LINDA C POOLE 

Volley Station 
DAVID G. POORE 

Middlesboro 
PAMFLA M, POPE 

Fern Creek 
LARRY S POTRAFKE 

Norwood, Ohio 
LAVONNA POTTER 

Elkhorn City 





VICKI G POTTER 

Worthing ion 
MARTHA J POWELL 

Louiiv.lU 
NIETA G POWELL 

DONALD G POWERS 
Chorloiisivtllu, Virginia 

CHARLES D POYNTER 
Corbln 

JAMES M POYNTER 

JERRY I POYNTER 

Li.inostor. 
KATHY L. PRATER 

HusyiVl'Ifa 

CHARLES W. PRICE 

Howsivilla 
GARY E. PRICE 

Millard 
JERRY L PRICE 

Parit 
PHYLLIS J, PRIDEMORE 

Hamilton, Ohio 
LOIS PROFITT 

Homitlon. Ohio 

EARL J PUCKETT, JR. 

Sinai 

SHARON G PUCKETT 

Hard Green 
WANDA D PULLEN 

Louisville 
ISHMAEl L PURCEll 

JUDY PYLE 

Harlan 
TERRY L. PYLES 

Louisville 
TERRY L PYLES 

Russell Spring, 
ARCH M QUARLE5 

Frankfort 

PAMELA K OUIGGINS 

Lounville 
SHARON E QUIGGINS 

Voile/ Station 
RANDALL J. QUISENBERRY 

le.ina.on 
KATHLEEN RADER 

Tyner 
FRANK R RADUNE 

McArthur, Ohio 
DENNIS S RAISOR 

Sonde.) 
EDGAR A. RAKER 



DON T RAMEY 

Park Hills 
ETHEL J RAMSEY 

McKee 
PAMELA K. RAMSEY 

Dayton, Ohio 
SHIRLEY G RAMSEY 

Albany 
VIKKI L. RAMSEY 

Monticello 
LOUIS A. RANIERO, JR. 

BILLIE K. RATLIFF 
Raceland 

FREDERICK L. RATLIFF 

Hazard 
PAT L RAVEN 

Fort Mitchell 
ADAM D RAUH 

Louisville 
JANICE L. RAWSON 

Ashland 
NANCY S. RAY 

Jackson, Ohio 
BARBARA J. RAYMER 

Eminence 
STUART A. REAGAN 

Frankfort 

RALPH B. REAM 

West MiTton, Ohio 
CAROL L. RECTOR 

Louisville 
DONALD S. REEB 

Louisville 
DENNIS C. REED 

JefTersontown 
GARY L. REED 

GWENDOLYN S. REED 

Covington 
JACQUELINE L REED 

Louisville 
LINDA G REED 

Stanton 
PETER D REED 

levittown, Pennsylvania 
JAMES H. REEDER, JR. 



Louis 



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GAIL S. REEDY 

Norwood. Ohio 
DEBORAH JO REEVES 

Walton 
LUCRETIA J. REID 

Lexington 
JANYCE L. RE1NDERS 

Florence 




445 




LEO J REISTER 
THEIMA F. RELFORD 

JOHN W. RENSEL 

Louisville 
LFVIDA L REYNOLDS 

Louisville 
MARILYN A. REYNOLDS 

Booneville 
RUBY F RHODUS 

Richmond 
SHIRLEY A. RICE 

Pointsville 

BOBBYE G RICHARDSON 

Liberty 
CAROLYN L. RICHARDSON 

Richmond, Virginia 
MARTHA J. RICHESON 

Louisville 
REGENA K. RICHEY 

Mount Orab, Ohio 
LINDA D. RICHTER 

Garrett 
MARY K. RIDDLE 

Owenton 
DWON C RIDLEY 

O'Donnell 
MARY D. R1EBER 



Lou, 



rille 



LINDA F RITCHIE 

Maysville 
LETTY RITTER 

Lexington 
ANIBAL RIVERA, JR. 

JAMES E ROARX 
Lebanon 

BRENDA C. ROBERTS 

Hustonville 
EVERETT C ROBERTS 



Freshmen Exude Spirit During Initial Year at Eastern 



JAMES S ROBERTS 

Middletown, Ohio 
JERRY W. ROBERTS 

Belfry 
KEVIN M. ROBERTSON 

Lebanon 
PEGGY I ROBINETTE 

Harlan 
ANTHONY L. ROBINSON 

Louisville 
FORESTEENE ROBINSON 

East Bernstodt 
JOHN L ROBINSON 



MARILYN G ROBINSON 

Leckport 

PATRICIA A ROBINSON 



W,l, 



, Ohio 



SHIRLEY J ROBINSON 

Shelbyville 
PAULA L ROBY 

Chaplin 
JUDY C ROESCH 

New Lebanon, Ohio 
HAZEL J. ROGERS 

Richmond 
PAUL B ROGERS 

Winchester 
SUSAN J ROLLER 

Louisville 
DIANA L. ROSE 

Columbus, Ohio 
DORIS A. ROSE 

Williamsburg 
MARY C ROSE 

Owenton 
PATRICK C ROSS 

Park Hills 

GERALD L ROWE 

SUE E ROWLEY 
Celina, Ohio 
LARRY W ROYALTY 

Paris 
VIRGINIA A RUBARTS 

Dunnville 
JOHN E. RUCK 

Bellevue 
STEVEN M. RUCKMAN 

Plymouth, Ohio 
SAM L. RUDER 

London 
PHILLIP RUNYON 

Richmond 
STEPHEN A. RUPARD 

Winchester 

LEONARD A RUSSELL 

Paris 
SUSAN J RUTTER 

Miamlsburg, Ohio 
MARGARET M. RYAN 

Peekskill. New York 
DOROTHY L SADDLER 

Cynthiana 
SUSAN A SALEM 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA K SALLEE 

Richmond 
REBECCA L SAMPLES 

Tipp City, Ohio 












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ERA G SANDERS 

P.t.r.byro. V.rgimo 

JUDY A SANDERS 

Lexington 
CHALORDIAS A SANGESTER 



Lewi 



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LINDA K SATCHWILL 

Richmond 
JAMES R SAUNDERS 

Solem, Indiana 
MARTHA SAYLOH 

Richmond 
JOHN M SCARBOROUGH 

No/thf.eld, N«w J«ri*y 
SANDRA l SCHAFER 

Florence 
MARY BETH SCHEin 

Erlcng.r 
SAUIE L SCHMIDT 

Highlond Height. 
ANNE I SCHRADER 

Jefftrwnviil*, Indiono 
SHARON I SCHRADIN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
STANLEY P SCHU 

SHIRLEY L SCHUETZ 

Sidney. Ohio 

THOMAS W SCHULTZ 

Hoddonficld. Nc. Jer.oy 

RHONDA R SCHWARTZ 

Van Wert, Ohio 
LINDA E SCHWARZ 

Ringwood, New Jeriry 
GARY L. SCHWEIKERT 

Newport 
SHERRIll I. SCHWEITZER 

Bardilown 
JOHN E SCHWICKERT 



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iun( Sterl.ng 
L. SCHWORM 



DIANN K. SCOTT 
Madijon. Indiana 

CHARLES G- SCRIVNER 
Irvine 

MARGENE SEARS 



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ioti, Ohic 



BARBARA C SEIFER 

Mt. Sterling 
CLYDE E. SELLERS 

Loveland, Ohio 
BEVERLY L SETTLES 

J e Frerjo n town 
CAROL R. SEVERS 

Pompton Lokes, New Ji 

MARGARET A. SEWELL 

Valley Station 
PAUL E SHADOWENS 

Folrdote 
GILBERT W SHAKE 

Shepherdtville 
DONNA S SHANNON 

Danville 
CURTIS M. SHARFF 

BERTA D. SHARP 
Cynthiana 

GARY C SHAW 



Loui 



rille 



PARTICIA A. SHAW 
Amorillo Texai 

VALERIE E SHAW 
Lexington 

WAYNE L SHAW 
Louisville 

CARL A. SHAY 

A. EDWARD SHELLEY 
Hamilton, Ohio 

JOYCE L SHELTON 
Lexington 

VIVIAN R SHELTON 





Freshman enthusiasm proved to be that "extra 
something" needed to spark the team's spirit. 




RANDY S. SHEPHERD 

South Shore 
BARBARA J. SHIELDS 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
MARK C. SHIREMAN 

Brandenburg 
SHARON E. SH1VELEY 

Batavia, Ohio 
SUE A. SHORT 

Richmond 
CONNIE M. SHOTWELL 

Florence 
BARBARA D. SIEVERT 

Louisville 
KENNETH R. SILVIOUS 

Mount Jackson, Virgin k 
PHYLLIS K, SIMMONS 

Brandenburg 
ELEANOR J SIMPKINS 

Phelps 
ROSE M SIMPSON 

MARILYN C. SITZ 
Latenla 

ERNEST W. SKAGGS 

Buffalo 
GREGORY A SKAGGS 

Allison Park. Penniylvai 

MARGARET A. SKAGGS 

Ashland 
GILDA E. SKEEN 

Reading, Ohio 
JAY H, SKEEN 

Reading, Ohio 
DEBORAH J SKINNER 

Fori Mitchell 
VICKI K SLADE 

Mount Olivet 
HAROLD G. SLONE 

Phyllis 
JANICE A. SLONE 

Regino 
RAMONA A. SMILEY 

Louisville 
BARBARA L. SMITH 

Cincinnoti 
CAROLYN R. SMITH 

Ashland 
CHARLES E. SMITH 

Fort Mitchell 
CHERYL A. SMITH 

Louisville 
CHERYL L. SMITH 



Batavia, Ohio 
HAL D. SMITH 
HAROLD E SMITH 

HELENE E SMITH 

South Fort Mitchel 
LEANNA SMITH 

Morrow, Ohio 
LYNDA K. SMITH 

Russell Springs 
MARK R SMITH 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
PENNY J. SMITH 

Wooster, Ohio 
PHYLLIS A SMITH 



SARAH M. SMITH 

Shelbyville 
SHARON A. SMITH 

Pleosure Ridge Park 
WILLIAM F SMITH 

Richmond 
MYRA J SNAPP 

Cynthiono 
BARBARA SNEDEGAR 

Owingsville 
NOLAN S SNELL 

Covington 



FRESHMEN 



CATHY L. SNYDER 
Kettering, Ohio 

LARRY V SOLVEY 
Mineral City, Ohio 

STEPHEN D SPARKS 
Winchester 

JERRY H SPARROW 



SAMUEL D. SPEARS 

Albany 
SANDRA L SPIESER 

Cincinnoti, Ohio 
HAROLD R SPILLMAN 

New Castle 

JUDITH C. SPOO 

Louisville 
TONI C SPRADLIN 

Paintsville 
ROBIN R SPROLES 

Mount Sterling 

SHIRLEY A STACY 

Ludlow 
LINDA S. STADLER 

Hamilton 
RON J. STAFFORD 

Miamiiburg, Ohio 
STEVEN B, STANLEY 

West Mansfield, Ohio 




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ence . . . Freshman men. 



JANET J, STANS8URY 

Fern Creek 
PAMELA J. STAPIETON 

Elkhorn City 
LARRY S. STARNES 

Tompkinsville 
RANDALL STARNES 

Elkhorn City 
DAVID £. STEBING 

Auburn, Indiana 
SANDRA J. STEELE 

Corrollton 
RANDY L. STEGEMOLLER 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

PEGGt J. STEPHENS 

Nicholasvllle 
CAROL F. STEPHENSON 

RONALD W STEPHENSON 

CAROL L. STEVENS 

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 
ROBERT M, STEVENS, JR. 

Perryville 
BARBARA G. STEVENSON 

Winchester 
ALLEN F STEWART 

Taylonvllle 
STEPHEN A. STICE 

Louisville 
CHERYL K. STIVERS 

Eminence 
SONDRA I. STIVERS 

Pleasureville 
WALTER D. STOCKERS, JR. 

lowrenceburg 
MICHAEL T. STODGHILL 

Waddy 
DIANNE E, STOEBER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DARLA K. STOKELY 

Winchester 

CHARLES T. STONE 

Winchester 
NANCY A. STOUDER 

Danville 

CHARLES W. STOUT 

Shelbyville 
CAROL J. STRAUSBAUGH 

Kettering, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. STUDER 

Cold Springs 
CATHY L. SULLIVAN 

Goshen, Ohio 
JANICE K. SUMMERS 

Lexington 

WILLIAM E. SUMNER 

Fort Knox 
LORIE L SUSEMICHEL 

Louisville 
EARL SWAFFORD 

Big Creek 
DAVID N. SWANGO 

Louisville 
GARY L SWEAZY 

Taylorsville 
LINDA M. SWEENEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JEANNE M. SWITZER 

Bellevue 
GLORIA J SWOOPE 

RICHARD W TABEIING 
Covington 

PAULA A. TANNER 

Ashland 
SANDRA S. TARTER 

Nancy 
RONALD H. TASMAN 



CLIFTON L. TATUM 



ANNA N. TAYLOR 
Columbia 




449 






A steady hand and a ball poini pen are 
important assets in writing a theme. 





DONNA S TAYLOR 

Corbin 
WILLIAM E TAYLOR 

Honeybee 
GARY S TEDFORD 

Norwood 
DENNIS R. TERRELL 

Louisville 
SUE C. TERRELL 

Choplin 
BETTY B. TERRY 

ROGER B. THACKER 

Regino 
CRAIG R. THALMANN 

Harrington Pork, New Je, 
BARBARA A. THOMAS 

Creel, more 
BARBARA L THOMAS 

Louisville 
CHARLES R THOMAS 

Pineville 
JEANETTE T. THOMAS 

Englewood, Ohio 
MARGARET L THOMAS 

Wilmore 
MARGARET V. THOMAS 

Greenup 




College Isn't All Fun; Exams Cloud the Atmosphere 




MARY R. THOMAS 

Elizobethtown 
WAYNE A. THOMAS 

Dover 
BOB THOMER 

Cold Spring 
BRUCE N. THOMPSON 

Pleosureville 
DELSIE L. THOMPSON 

Carlisle 
DORIS K THOMPSON 

Pikeville 
LETITIA A. THOMPSON 



REDA K THOMPSON 

Jenkins 
WILLIAM C. THOMPSON, JR. 

Ravenna 
WILLIAM G. THOMPSON 

Pineville 
ALICE A TILLOTSON 

Eliiobelhiown 
SUE C. TINDLE 

Toylorsville 
MARLENE TODD 

Parit 
FREDDIE J TOLLE 

Moysville 
GARY R. TOOLE 

Carrollton 
LOGAN R TOWERY 

Berea 
ANN H. TOWLER 

Boyd County 
GLENN P. TOWN 

Rockford, lltlnoli 
CAROL L. TRABITS 

Fredonia, New York 
JENNY L. TREES 

Port Isabel, Ohio 
A. GUYVONNE TRIBBLE 

Richmond 
TERESA A. TROWER 

Fern Creek 
JANE A TRUE 

Corinth 
LEE J TRUESDELL 

Ran 
ROBERT P TRUMBO 

Danville 
GARY E. TRUSTY 

Garrett 
CHARLES G TUCKER 

Parksville 
ELISENA M, TURMAN 

Danville 




JANET I TURNBUIL 

LouicIHe 
JUDITH A TURNER 



Moyi 



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LINDA L TURNER 

Kellaring, Ohio 
CAROL A. TUTUE 

London 
JOSEPH D. ULRICH 

farmenvillf. r Ohio 

JOHN L UNDERWOOD 

LoulivilU 
LARRY R. UNDERWOOD 



WILLIAM A VAIWNCE 

RuimII 
DAVID G VANOARSDALE 

UulivilU 
J. IRENE VAN ASDLON 

Fort Thomoi 
BELINDA K VANCE 

MoyivilU 
SANDRA L VANCE 

KENNETH J VAN DEVENTER 

Elmhunt, lllinoii 
DEBRA K. VAN GILDER 

Borden, Indiana 

SONJA G VANHOOSE 

Wittenivillc 
LINDA L, VAN HORNE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
GAIL A, VAN NESS 

Cincinnali, Ohio 
LINDA M VAN OSS 

Dayton, Ohio 
BEVERLY P VAN PELT 

Leeiburg, Ohio 
CHERYL M VAN VACTOR 



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CHARLES A. VAUGHN 



LOIS A. VAUGHN 

Steam* 
ANNE C VAVRA 

Cleveland. Ohio 
CONNIE M VERMILLION 

Junction City 

BETTY L. VERVIUE 

Mayiville 
SARA A VICE 

Moyiville 
JACQUELINE D. V1DETTO 

louiiville 
CATHRINE D VIPPERMAN 



MADLYN G WADDELL 

Ruiiell 
CLAIRE F WAGNER 

Middleiboro 
ROBERT J WAGNER 

Cincinnali, Ohio 
DAVID L WAGONER 

Pom 
DONALD R WAGONER 

Paris 
DEBORAH E WAINSCOTT 

Burlington 
VICKI D WAITS 

Frankfort 

WAYNE N WALDEN 

London 
CANDACE S. WALKER 

Homilton, Ohio 
CLARA E WAIKER 

Junction City 
JEROLINE WALKER 

Richmond 
JOE WALKER 



Mai 



:heitei 



HAROLD C WALLACE 

Amelia, Ohio 
H GREGORY WALTERS 

REGGIE G WALTERS 



Louis 



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CYNTHIA L. WALTON 

Pekin, Indiana 
RICHARD D. WARD 

Lexington 
KENNETH W. WARDRIP 

Brandenburg 
IOLA H WARFORD 

Richmond 
MATTIE J WARFORD 

Richmond 
WILLIAM D. WARINNER 

Albany 

SHARON S. WARNER 

Austin, Indiana 
JAMES A. WARREN 

Independence 
JOHN H. WARTMAN 

Erie, Penniylvania 
GLORIA Y WATERS 

Lebanon Junction 
N. JEAN WATERS 

Steam; 
STEVEN C WATKINS 

Troy, Ohio 
WILLIAM H WATSON 

Crab Orchard 




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DEBORAH I WAYMAN 

Covington 
CHERYL A. WEAVER 

Florence 
KATHLEEN WEAVER 

Fort Mitchell 
JOHNNY D. WEBB 

Jenkins 
MELONIE I. WEBB 

ANITA L. WEBER 

Fort Thomas 
MARCIA L WEEKS 

Valley Station 
JIMMIE W. WELCH 



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MICHAEL A WELCH 

Lookout Heights 
GERALD E WELLS 

Winchester 
ROBERT L. WELLS 

Lotonla 
RONNIE D WELLS 

Pointsville 
SHARON K. WELLS 

JUDITH A. WESSEL 



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ELIZABETH T. WEST 

Fort Mitchell 
CONSTANCE R. WHEELER 

Ashland 
MELINDA L- WHEELER 

ROBERT L. WHIPPLE 

Greensburg 
ANN WHITAKER 

Winchester 
REBECCA A. WHITAKER 

Jenkins 
RHONDA M. WHITAKER 



TRACY L. WHITAKER 

JOHN T WHITE II 

Lexington 
MARY K. WHITE 

Mount Orob. Ohio 
PAMELA P. WHITE 

Germontown 
MARGARET J WHITEHEAD 

Brooksville 
STEVEN A. WHITEHOUSE 

Milford, Ohio 

JENNIE WHITLOCK 
Lexington 

ROBERT 8 WHITLOCK 

Richmond 
SUSAN WHITTON 

Frankfort 
SANDI M, WIBBELS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DOLPHUS J. WICKLIFFE 



leu 



ville 



SHARON WIENTJE5 



CAROL L. WILCOX 



AMOS WILDER 



FRESHMEN 



THOMAS H. WILKIN 

Hillsboro, Ohio 
MILLERSON L. WILKINS 

Louisville 
BETTY A WILLIAMS 

Barbourville 
DONNA J WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
ELLEN R WILLIAMS 

Bereo 
GEORGETTA WILLIAMS 

Wallins Creek 
JAMES W WILLIAMS 

Bethel, Ohio 
JERRY R. WILLIAMS 

Lookout 
ROBERT I WILLIAMS 

Russell Springs 
SANDRA K. WILLIAMS 

Corbin 
CHARLES R WILLINGHURST 

Louisville 
MARGARET A WILLIS 

Middletown 
SHARON D WILLIS 

Corbin 
JANE F WILLS 

Winchester 

JERRY W WILLS 

Winchester 
DOUGLAS D WILSON 

Gobblers Knob 
GARLAND W WILSON 

Lexington 
GARY A WILSON 

Louisville 
LINDA L WILSON 

Valley Station 
MAROLYN S WILSON 

MARY S WILSON 
Eubank 




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RODNEY K WILSON 

Louiiville 
RUTH A WILSON 

Pittiburgh, Ponniylvanio 
MARGARET E WOJCIECHOWSKI 

Fleming 
STANLEY P WOLFF 

LoulivllU 
KATHY M. WOLFORD 

Phelpi 
ALLEN P WOOD 

Cerrallton 
CATHERINE E WOOLARD 

Spring Volley, Ohio 

JOHN R WOOTEN 

Doylon 
JOSEPH K WOOTEN 

Louiiville 
CATHY WOZNY 

Louiiville 
SHARON K WRIGHT 

Harrediburg 
WILFRED R WRIGHT 

Elizabelhtown 
LARRY G WYATT 

Una 
IRENE A WYCKOFF 

Berea 

RICHARD H YATES 

Washington, DC. 
DENNIS E YEARY 

Eminence 
WAITER R YEARY 

C. JANE YOCUM 



DOUGLASS W YOUNG 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

JOHN A YOUNG 
Junction City 

KENNETH D YOUNG 



LINDA M, YOUNG 

Weil Chester, Ohio 
MICHAEL R YOUNG 



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STEVEN G YOWORSKY 

Philadelphia, Penniylva 
SUE M. ZAVIS 

Rocky River, Ohio 




All the world seems at peace when the campus is blanketed by fresh-fallen snow. 



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HARRIET R. BARNES 

Coloniol Heighh, Virgin 
HOMER W BEACH, JR. 

Bethel 
HASSAN M. BASI 

Medina, Saudi Arabia 
G. DIANE BOWLES 

Lexington 
LINDA S. BROUGHTON 

Norwood, Ohio 
GLORIA J BROWN 

RAYMONA CAMPBELL 

Banner 
BARRY W CARMtCKLE 

Danville 
LINDA L CAUDILL 

Ashland 
CATHY CLEVINGER 



Pike 



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GARY G- COX 

Independence 
DAVID I. CREECH 

Franklin, Ohio 
DODY J. CRISP 

Ripley, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. DYEHOUSE 

Richmond 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 



APRIL L. ECKSTEIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
O. DOUGLAS ENGLE 

Corbin 
JOSEPHINE FELTNER 

Springfield, Ohio 
SUSAN C. FETTER 

Louisville 
LEONARD W. FITZWATER, JR. 

Greenup 
FRANK A. FLEMING 

Fort Clayton, Canal Zone 
JEAN A. FRONK 

Cincinnotti, Ohio 
STEPHEN F GAMES 

Frankfort 
MAE R GAYHEART 

Eastern 
JERALD G GILBERT 

Annville 
JANELLE GREENE 

Florence 
CHRISTOPHER T. HALL 

CLYDA F HENDREN 

Lexington 
ROBERT W HORNSBY 

Tyner 
MIKE V. HOWARD 

Frankfort 
PAUL S. JANSEN 

Miami Beach, Florido 
CLARENCE L JOHNSON 



Loui 



ille 



JANICE F LIPPERT 

Midway 
THOMAS M LONERGAN 

South Fort Mitchell 
ANDREA MeELWEE 

Ithaca, New York 
MICHAEL A MANCIK 

ROBERT MARCUM 

Hazard 
ARTHUR F. MARINARO 

Elkhorn City 
ROBERT K. MARINARO 

Elkhorn City 
KELBY S. MARLETT 






ille 



LINDA L. MARTIN 

Corbin 
KELLY F. MILLER 

Jockson 
BONNIE J. MOORE 

Phelps 
JACKIE D. MYERS 

Goshen, Ohio 
LYNDA NORFLEET 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
MARVA J. PERRY 

Lynch 
BRENDA H. POPE 

Louisville 
DENNI5 W POWELL 

Louisville 
DANIEL A. RAPP 

Bellevue 
DAPHNE D. REGER 

Lexington 
LARRY L REYNOLDS 

Hamilton, Ohio 
LARRY R. RUNYAN 

Belfry 
FAWZY R. SAIED 

Medinah, Saudi Arc 
FREDDIE M SILER 

Corbin 
ELLEN H SIMPSON 



Lou 



ivillo 



GERRY A. S1ZEMORE 

Manchester 
VIRGINIA K. SUVA 

Trumbull, Connecticut 




ISAAC K. SMITH 

Campbelliburg 
JANET E. SMYERS 

Louisville 
KENNETH G STEVENSON 

Philodelphio, Penmylvonio 
A. JOANNE STONE 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
KENNETH M WALLINGFORD 

Georgetown, Ohio 
VIRGINIA L. WATKINS 

Hazard 
SUSAN WEAS 

Batavio, Ohio 
DARLENE J WELCH 

Elizobethtown 
CHARLES T WILLIAMS 

Man 
CYNTHIA C WINBURN 

Fort Thomai 




High school became merely a reflected memory for this freshman co-ed after a few days at Eastern. 




455 



In Memoriam 

Mrs. Lucy East 

' ' - William Sprague 




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Abbott, Charles R.; 168 
Abbott, Robert; 219 
Abell, Charlyn L.; 403 
Abell, Damian F.; 273 
Abercrumbie, Paul E. ; 257, 403 
Abney, Carol; 291 
Abney, Patricia L; 135, 293 
Abney, Robert S.; 379 
Abrams, Jerry L.; 425 
Achor, Richard D.; 168, 248 
Acker, Dean R.; 97 
Acton, Nikki L; 425 
Adams, Barbara A.; 189 
Adams, Betty L; 379 
Adams, Carol M.; 403 
Adams, Carol S.; 312, 324, 425 
Adams, Charles M.; 168, 289 
Adams, Cynthia R.; 242, 425 
Adams, David I.; 189 
Adams, James G.; 255, 403 
Adams, Linda C; 379 
Adams, Linda K.; 189 
Adams, Mamie L.; 379 
Adams, Robert E.; 255, 295, 403 
Adams, Sally A.; 269, 270, 379 
Adams, Sharon R.; 403 
Adams, Theresa K.; 425 
Adams, William E.; 425 
Adcock, Sally A.; 425 
Addington, Diane D.; 270, 425 
Aderholdt, Catherine B.; 425 
Adington, Judy K. ; 324, 379 
Adkins, Diana K.; 189, 325 
Adkins, Douglas E.; 403 
Adkins, Gale; 379 
Adkins, Martha L; 257, 425 
Adkins, Nancy C; 425 
Adkins, Rita D.; 425 
Adkins, Jr., Russell L.; 135 
Adkison, Mary L.; 189 
Agee, Darrell G.; 168 
Agee, Sara K.; 379 
AGRICULTURE CLUB; 268 
Aitkin, James M.; 135, 294 
Akermans, Linda L.; 325, 379 
Akers, Jay E.; 403 
Akers, Tharon J.; 403 
Akin, Ann K.; 168 
Akin, Karen; 291 
Alavi, Faramarz F.; 135 
Albers, Donna R.; 425 
Albright, Margaret S.; 425 
Aldridge, Phyllis J.; 189 
Alexander, Barbara A.; 269, 403 
Alexander, Jerry D.; 379 
Alexander, James G.; 403 
Alexander, Linda K.; 403 



Alexander, William M.; 324, 425 

Algie, Darla J.; 135, 324 

Algier, Keith W.; 125 

Algier, Loni; 425 

Alig, Thomas G-; 425 

Allen, Cheryl M.; 135 

Allen, Clinton S.; 379 

Allen, David L.; 136, 234 

Allen, Dick M. ; 379 

Allen, Edwina M.; 379 

Allen, Jerry G.; 403 

Allen, Johnny D.; 425 

Allen, Julia; 425 

Allen, Kathleen L.; 425 

Allen, Sharon G.; 189, 322 

Allen, Vera L. ; 425 

Alley, Claude F.; 403 

Alley, Judy L.; 270 

Allison, Steven R.; 403 

Allnutt, Danny C; 425 

Almara, William G.; 425 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA; 238 

ALPHA ZETA KAPPA; 268 

ALPHA ZETA UPSILON; 320 

Alternweg, Henry; 362 

Aiwood, Janice M.; 425 

Ambrose, Charles F.; 98 

Amburgey, Gary; 289, 403 

Amburgey, Kenneth D.; 256, 298, 379 

Amburgey, Michael F.; 425 

Amburgy, Wanda F-; 403 

Ames, Louis L.; 273, 320, 379 

Ammerman, Craig L.; 325, 403 

Anania, Edward J.; 255, 290, 379 

Anderson, Charles E.; 425 

Anderson, Earnest P.; 168 

Anderson, Ellis; 403 

Anderson, Gayle; 379 

Anderson, John W.; 169, 322 

Anderson, Keith A.; 273, 425 

Anderson, Margie A.; 189 

Anderson, Nancy L.; 425 

Anderson, Patti; 305, 424 

Anderson, Patty L.; 425 

Anderson, Raymond F.; 425 

Anderson, Richard T.; 356, 379 

Anderson, William K.; 403 

Androda, Juan D.; 379 

Andrada, N. Jean; 322 

Andrada, Norma W.; 169 

Andrews, Ronnie L.; 321 

Andriot, Robert J.; 379 

Angel, James W.; 241, 288 

Angel, Janet D. ; 297, 379 

Angel, Judy E.; 311, 425 

Angerosa, Susan A.; 273, 379 

Angus, Glenn E.; 403 

Ankrum, Sandra L.; 403 




Ankrum, Suzanne; 136, 220, 238, 255 

Ansley, Joan K.; 403 

Antrobus, Robert D.; 425 

Applegate, Beverly; 255 

Archable, Cathie L.; 425 

Archer, Jerry W.; 273, 379 

Argarbright, Tim A.; 403 

Arlinghaus, Kathleen Y.; 189, 272 

Armbrecht, Eddie L.; 425 

Armstrong, Jane; 324 

Armstrong, Nila J.; 190 

Armstrong, Sharon L.; 403 

Arnett, Gary C; 169 

Arnett, Larry L; 304, 305, 379 

Arnett, Victor E.; 379 

Arnold, Brent; 362 

Arnold, Douglas M.; 403 

Arnold, George R.; 403 

Arnold, Gerald W.; 403 

Arnold, Jennifer K.; 270, 379 

Arnold, Jerry M.; 425 

Arritt, Miller; 190, 321, 340 

Arterberry, Joe F.; 136 

Arthur, Lucille A.; 190, 246 

Arthur, William M.; 379 

Artis, Helen K.; 379 

Arvin, Glenna R.; 425 

Asberry, Billy W.; 425 

Asbridge, Anthony; 425 

Asbury, Mildred D.; 379 

Asbury, Sandra; 136 

Asbury, Tony; 169 

Asbury, Wilma E.; 222, 223, 239, 272, 329 

Ashby, Peggy A.; 425 

Ashcraft, Gerald T.; 169 

Ashcraft, Linda J.; 425 

Ashcraft, Roy P.; 425 

Asher, David; 136 

Asher, Jackie S.; 379 

Asher, Louise; 425 

Asher, Vernon; 425 

Ashford, Nancy K.; 314, 379 

Ashley, Kenneth C; 425 

Ashley, Norma L.; 379 

Ashman, James D.; 272, 288, 379 

ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION; 269 

Athey, Mary L; 425 

Atkinson, Ruby I.; 425 

Aubrey, Alan F.; 305, 379 

Aubrey, Frank B.; 425 

Auchey, Richard L.; 425 

Augspurger, Karen E.; 403 

Austin, Jill A. ; 330, 425 

Austin, Karen S.; 403 

Austin, Mark A.; 403 

Austin, Robert E.; 425 

Ayers, Mike; 340 

-B- 

Babaugh, Glennda C; 271 

Babinski, Donna V.; 259, 305, 322, 403 

Bader, Julie; 403 

Badgett, Linda H.; 379 

Bagwell, Ronald C; 403 

Bahns, Stephen C; 403 

Bailey, Dana L.; 169, 290, 379 

Bailey, Donna M.; 403 

Bailey, Gayle T.; 136, 292 

Bailey, Glenn A.; 425 

Bailey, James L.; 348, 403 

Bailey, Jeanette H.; 379 

Bailey, Larry W. ; 268, 314, 425 

Bailey, Patricia A.; 379 

Bain, John J.; 379 

Baird, Brenda L.; 403 

Baird, Patsy A.; 425 

Baize, Carolyn; 379 

Baker, Allen H.; 403 

Baker, Danny C; 403 

Baker, David L; 425 

Baker, Duke; 340 



Baker, Harold D.; 379 

Baker, Janet P.; 272, 425 

Baker, Janice F.; 379 

Baker, Jerry; 259 

Baker, Lawrence E-; 169 

Baker, Margaret A.; 403 

Baker, Michael A.; 256, 403 

Baker, Patricia V.; 136 

Baker, Ron L; 136, 298 

Baldinger, Charlene L; 403 

Baldino, Frank L; 379 

Baldwin, Alan R. ; 136, 218, 223, 234, 241 

Baldwin, Margaret M.; 87, 272, 297, 379 

Baldwin, Ronnie L; 426 

Bales, Douglas K.; 288, 403 

Ball, Bonnie L; 426 

Ball, Mary E.; 272, 379 

Ballenger, Mary M.; 426 

Ballou, Phyllis; 272 

Balmos, Joe T.; 273, 403 

Bane, Joseph H. ; 379 

Banks, James B.; 426 

Banks, Jerry L; 426 

Banks, Maria K.; 426 

Banning, Michael L; 403 

Bannister, David B.; 273, 403 

Bannister, Marilyn D.; 426 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION; 311 

Baranouskas, Timothy A.; 379 

Barbee, Jimmy T.; 270, 379 

Bard, Barry G.; 403 

Barger, Donna S.; 403 

Barger, George D.; 426 

Barger, Sue; 403 

Barkau, John A.; 426 

Barker, C. Ann, 136, 221, 242 

Barker, Dale; 320 

Barker, John J.; 403 

Barker, William R. ; 426 

Barkhau, Marsha J.; 403 

Barkley, Martha J.; 190, 259, 287, 293 

Barkman, David E.; 169 

Barkman, Dona D.; 120 

Barnard, Margaret H. ; 237, 403 

Barnard, Michael 

Barnes, Eugene N.; 243 

Barnes, Harriett R.; 454 

Barnes, Kay L.; 426 

Barnes, Nancy J.; 403 

Barnes, Royce B.; 169 

Barnett, Betty G.; 169 

Barnett, Bill C; 403 

Barnett, Devin B. ; 426 

Barnett, Jack C, Jr.; 403 

Barney, Rodney L; 208 

Barnhart, Carolyn Sue; 287, 291, 325, 379 

Barnhart, Marilyn S.; 291, 379 

Barr, Dixon A.; 184 

Barr, Joy A.; 237, 257, 258, 404 

Barrett, William E.; 287, 379 

Barrier, James R.; 404 

Barsotti, Matthew F. ; 273, 426 

Barth, Clifford H.; 379 

Barth, Linda L.; 404 

Barthel, Frances L; 404 

Bartley, Danny R.; 295, 379 

Bascom, Cheryl A.; 136 

Basi, Hassan M.; 454 

Bass, Mary M. ; 379 

Bassett, Gary A.; 136 

Bastion, Janet K.; 426 

Bastin, Gary E.; 136 

Batch, Donald L.; 311 

Bate, David F.; 379 

Bates, Connie R.; 242, 404 

Bates, Debi L. ; 426 

Bates, Willard C; 169 

Bates, William, 289 

Batliff, Mary L.; 322 

Battles, Donald R.; 426 

Battles, Howard E.; 404 



Bauer, Robert D.; 321, 404 

Bough, M. Annette 

Baugh, Glenn; 190, 222, 294 

Boughman, Constance J.; 404 

Baughn, Buford D.; 426 

Baumgaroner, Robert S.; 404 

Baumstark, Lewis; 255 

Baunan, Bruce E-; 426 

Baver, Jane C; 426 

Baxter, Betty A.; 190 

Baxter, Cherryl L.; 426 

Bay, Sherry L; 255, 311, 314, 379 

Baynard, Diana M.; 426 

Baysore, Jack E.; 426 

Baysore, Timmy E.; 380 

Beach, Homer W., Jr.; 454 

Beagle, Gary S.; 404 

Beam, Sherry L.; 404 

Bearce, Bill; 359 

Beasley, James E.; 304, 305 

Beattie, Sandra L.; 271, 404 

Beatty, Jane H.; 190 

Beatty, Robert K.; 169 

Beatty, William H.; 190 

Beaty, Brendo S.; 404 

Bechtoll, Daniel P.; 380 

Beck, Bob; 340 

Beck, Linda L; 380 

Beck, Robert G.; 321, 380 

Beck, Sharon A.; 426 

Beckett, Larry; 426 

Beeler, Beverly R. ; 380 

Beesley, Marilyn; 404 

Begley, Donna 5.; 426 

Begley, George R.; 426 

Begley, Janice; 272, 404 

Begley, Joyce A.; 190 

Begley, Paula D.; 380 

Beitz, Margaret M.; 426 

Belcher, Butch; 259 

Belcher, Duane L.; 115 

Belcher, Hudson L ; 426 

Belcher, Larry L; 272 

Belew, Nancy L.; 190, 269 

Belgrade, Joseph E.; 426 

Bell, David E.; 426 

Bell, Jean L. ; 169 

Bell, Jerome M. ; 426 

Bell, Lana L.; 426 

Bell, Martha A.; 426 

Bell, Rita F.; 404 

Bell, Robert J.; 242, 426 

Bell, Yvette M.; 404 

Bellairs, Mrs. D. E.j 314 

Benassl, Janice A.; 426 

Bends, James P.; 426 

Benjamin, Barry; 257 

Benn, Linda C; 380 

Bennett, Barbara L.; 404 

Bennett, David L.; 404 

Bennett, Donald L.; 426 

Bennett, Linda L.; 136 

Bennington, Linda S-; 190 

Bennington, Robert B.; 190 

Bensing, Darrell A.; 169 

Bent, Valerie E.; 426 

Bentley, Kenneth M.; 136 

Bentley, Lana C; 291, 305, 380 

Bentley, Wesley M.; 426 

Benton, Susan K.; 291, 305, 380 

Berg, Dcrle E.; 322, 325, 380 

Berge, Marion; 1 12 

Berge, William H., 125 

Berger, Carolyn M.; 404 

Berkmeyer, Joan E.; 190, 269 

Berry, Kenneth L.; 380 

Berry, Kenneth R.; 295, 404 

Berry, Marc H.; 404 

Berry, Nora L.; 426 

Berry, Sandra, 426 

Bertke, William P.; 426 



Bertram, Clelus M.; 404 

Bertrand, Donna C; 269, 324, 380 

Beuhler, Don; 340 

Beverly, William K.; 380 

Bickers, Steven W. ; 380 

Bickett, Amy M. ; 426 

Biechler, Dwight A.; 380 

Biehn, Patricia L.; 380 

Bierly, William G.; 190 

Biermann, Ann E.; 426 

Bileske, Lynne M.; 404 

Binford, Thomas R.; 135, 136, 288 

Bingham, Donna; 272, 404 

Bingham, Deborah L.; 426 

Bingham, James E.; 426 

Bingham, Lois J.; 269, 404 

Bingham, Rodger W. ; 380 

BIOLOGY CLUB; 269 

Birch, Jane E.; 380 

Bishop, Kathryn S.; 323, 426 

Bishop, Margret A.; 426 

Bishop, Marvin E.; 136, 270 

Black, Barbara L.; 426 

Black, Larry J.; 426 

Black, Mary L; 404 

Black, Patricia J.; 136 

Black, Ronald L.; 426 

Black, Theresa A.; 380 

Blackburn, Barbara A.; 404 

Blackburn, Donald W.; 426 

Blackburn, Jeraldine; 190, 269 

Blackburn, LaDonna D. ; 380 

Blackburn, Larry E.; 426 

Blackburn, Michael H.; 169, 290, 320, 324 

Blackburn, Phyllis D. ; 190 

Blackburn, Stephen F.; 380 

Blackburn, Susan; 380 

Blackwell, James G.; 380 

Blackwell, Roberta R.; 137 

Blact, Kathleen F. ; 427 

Bladen, Brenda J.; 426 

Blades, Sandra K.r 169 

Blagg, Cheryl M.; 426 

Blair, Donald; 137 

Blake, James A.; 289, 380 

Blake, Karen L. ; 426 

Blakeman, Ira L.; 427 

Blakemore, Neville L.; 312, 404 

Blaker, Howard E. ; 427 

Blankenship, Billy S.; 212 

Blankenship, Jerry D.; 427 

Blanton, Calvin T.; 427 

Blantan, Leon; 255 

Blanton, Thomas; 268 

Blaut, Kathleen F„ 259 

Blazer, Sandy; 190, 293 

Bledsoe, Renee C; 271, 404 

Bleichner, Gary J.; 404 

Bleidt, John J.; 380 

Blevens, Stephan A.; 427 

Blevins, Barbara A.; 190. 239, 325 

Blevins, Donna J.; 427 

Blevins, Floyd R.; 255, 257, 311, 427 

Blevins, Linda K.; 427 

Blevins, Lloyd K. ; 256, 257, 311, 427 

Bloom, Leslie A.; 191 

Bloomer, Jill F.; 404 

Blue, Harry; 324 

Blythe, Robert R.; 427 

BOARD OF REGENTS; 92 

Board, Stephen J.; 427 

Boardman, Ernest L.; 256, 312, 404 

Bock, Carol Lynn; 120 

Boggio, Cuido; 404 

Boggs, Robert B.; 169 

Bogle, Charles R.; 404 

Bohannon, Johnny K.; 268. 380 

Bohannon, Judy T.; 272, 380 

Bohannon, Linda L-; 404 

Boley, Ruth E.; 137, 255 

Bolin, John S.; 380 



45« 



Bolte, Michael A.; 273, 380 

Bolton, Eddie; 380 

Booth, Shirlee A.; 257 

Booth, Veralyn S.; 137, 248 

Boothe, Marlene Y. ; 380 

Boner, William M. ; 305, 427 

Bonnell, Jeffrey C; 270, 312, 404 

Bonny, Billie T.; 404 

Bonny, Marsha W.; 404 

Bonny, Thomas H.; 137, 257, 258 

Booth, Robert C; 427 

Booth, Shirlee; 256 

Boothe, Marlene; 297 

Borabeck, Larry; 255 

Borgia, Frank J.; 321, 359, 380 

Borin, John A.; 427 

Boston, Velinda S.; 427 

Boswell, Diana L; 324, 404 

Bottom, Larry R.; 169, 273 

Bottoms, Linda S.; 427 

Botwick, Ruth S.; 170 

Botwick, Steven K.; 212 

Boucher, Larry G.; 380 

Bouer, Bruce S.; 380 

Bouma, Thomas P.; 295, 380 

Bouman, Jacquelin M-; 427 

Bourne, Becky A.; 427 

Bourne, Garrett D.; 170, 241 

Bourne, John C; 380 

Bowers, Darrell M.; 404 

Bowles, G. Dianne; 454 

Bowles, Judy L.; 191 

Bowling, Dana; 380 

Bowling, David G.; 404 

Bowling, Edwin D.; 380 

Bowling, Jewel D.; 380 

Bowling, Larry; 170 

Bowling, Lynn A.; 271, 427 

Bowling, Richard W.; 380 

Bowling, Sandra L.; 404 

Bowman, Connie M.; 427 

Bowman, Donna M.; 380 - 

Bowman, Shirley A.; 427 

Bowman, Terry W.; 427 

Boyd, Billy C; 380 

Boyd, James G.; 137, 257 

Boyd, James E.; 380 

Boyd, Ronald D.; 304, 427 

Boyer, Bruce; 356 

Boyer, James W.; 170 

Boyer, Lynn E.; 404 

Boyle, Iris E.; 427 

Brackeft, Charles T.; 380 

Brackett, Danny S.; 137, 271, 324 

Brackney, Karen S-; 380 

Bradbury, Larry K.; 191 

Bradford, Jo A. ; 255, 257, 258, 404 

Bradley, Glenn; 191 

Brafford, Billy H.; 404 

Bragg, Daniel G.; 380 

Braidshaw, Judy R.; 380 

Bramel, Lynda C; 427 

Bramletf, Robert C; 380 

Brandenburg, Deloris A.; 404 

Brandenburg, Hazel M.; 115 

Brendenburg, Ronnie L.; 191 

Brandis, Sharon A.; 427 

Brannon, William R.; 380 

Bransby, John R.; 380 

Branstetter, Larry W.; 272, 380 

Brantley, Gary T.; 404 

Brashear, Brenda D.; 427 

Brashear, Nora D.; 427 

Brashear, Philip W.; 133 

Brasington, Roberta D.; 272, 380 

Brassfield, Carol L.; 272, 404 

Brassfield, John B.; 170, 306, 328 

Braun, Ronald L.; 287, 288, 380 

Brawsam, James R.; 404 

Breahm, Harold D.; 427 

Bredenberg, Richard E.; 380 



Breitenstein, Larry D.; 324, 427 

Breland, Monna G.; 257 

Brelsford, Allen K.; 287, 295, 381 

Brennan, Frank J.; 381 

Brent, Sandra L.; 120 

Brewer, Carl W.; 273, 381 

Brewer, Cecilia G.; 381 

Brewer, Charles J.; 427 

Brewer, Christine M.; 287, 381 

Brewer, Elizabeth A.; 404 

Brewer, Evalene; 427 

Brewer, Jack; 218, 241 

Brewer, Penny J.; 381 

Brewer, William J.; 304, 321, 340 

Brewster, Donna J.; 404 

Brickey, Carolyn; 256 

Brickey, Karen G.; 427 

Brickler, Cathy A.; 137 

Bricking, Jean H.; 191 

Bricking, Raymond A.; 304 

Bridewell, Terry L.; 191 

Bright, Venita D.; 269 

Bright, William T.; 427 

Brill, John W.; 212 

Bripewell, J. Daniel; 404 

Brite, James F.; 404 

Britt, Elaine W.; 404 

Brittain, Barbara L.; 305, 322, 404 

Brittain, Gary W. ; 427 

Brittain, Noel W„- 381 

Brittingham, John W.; 427 

Broaddus, Cecilia; 427 

Brock, Allen, Jr.; 123 
Brock, G. M. ; 100 
Brock, Lawrence O.; 270, 381 
Brock, Margaret R.; 137, 257 

Brock, Patricia L.; 381 

Brock, Robert M. ; 191 

Brock, Zella M.; 405 

Brockman, William F.; 170, 324 

Brodrick, Mead A.; 137 

Broering, Karen L.; 427 

Bronn, James R.; 427 

Brooks, Barry T.; 381 

Brooks, Bobby S.; 427 

Brooks, John G.; 427 

Brooks, Patricia A.; 405 

Brothers, Lynn M.; 271, 324, 378, 381 

Brotzge, Kay; 269, 381 

Brough, Judith A.; 381 

Broughton, Linda S.; 454 

Broughton, Stanley W.; 428 

Brouning, Linda L.; 381 

Brown, Bruce B.; 405 

Brown, Cathy J. ; 313, 405 

Brown, Cathy S.; 428 

Brown, Charles G.; 191, 313 

Brown, Carol J.; 428 

Brown, Deborah J.; 428 

Brown, Dennis J.; 428 

Brown, Franklin D.; 381 

Brown, Garrett A.; 405 

Brown, Gary F.; 428 

Brown, George; 111 

Brown, Gloria J.; 454 

Brown, Helen 1.; 428 

Brown, Herbie; 137 

Brown, Jack; 428 

Brown, James D.; 405 

Brown, James W.; 313 

Brown, Joe E.; 170, 288 

Brown, Judith D.; 428 

Brown, Larry A.; 428 

Brown, Linda D.; 405 

Brown, Linda Ruth; 115, 297 

Brown, Liz; 405 

Brown, Lynda A.; 137 

Brown, Patricia L.; 272, 405 

Brown, Paul A.; 428 

Brown, Richard J.; 170 

Brown, Robert T.; 268 



Brown, Ronald J.; 405 
Brown, Rufus S.; 290, 405 
Brown, Sally L.; 381 
Brown, Sue E.; 191, 269 
Brown, Thomas R-; 428 
Brown, Victoria L.; 428 
Brown, William C; 290, 405 
Browning, Carol A.; 405 
Browning, Danny; 428 
Browning, John D.; 381 
Browning, Kathleen F.; 428 
Browning, William K.; 428 
Brubaker, Elecia J.; 381 
Brucchreri, Nancy C; 314, 330 
Brueggen, Gary S.; 405 
Brumback, Julie A.; 257, 428 
Brumback, Marshall; 428 
Brumback, Nancy D.; 314 
Brumfield, Donald W.; 428 
Brumfield, Gayle A.; 405 
Brummett, Lloyd N.; 381 
Bruner, Judith M.; 428 
Bruner, Rickey A.; 381 
Bruno, Nila J.; 256, 428 
Bryan, Kathleen M.; 138 
Bryan, Peggy L.; 428 
Bryan, Ralph T.; 138 
Bryan, Sandra K.; 191, 269, 325 
Bryant, Charles L.; 405 
Bryant, Claudia; 381 
Bryant, James D.; 405, 428 
Bryant, John B.; 428 
Bryant, Karan L.; 428 
Bryant, Nancy L.; 405 
Bryant, Norma J.; 381 
Bryant, Paul; 321, 348 
Bryant, Rayelene J.; 405 
Bryant, Sharan L.; 428 
Bryant, William L.; 170 
Bryner, Mames E.; 428 
Bryson, Arthur J.; 381 
Bryson, Terri A.; 428 
Buchanan, John L; 428 
Buchholz, Veva; 1 13 
Buchner, John; 321 
Buckholz, Paul H. ; 289, 405 
Buckley, William M.; 381 
Buckner, John; 356 
Buehler, Donald S. ; 290, 405 
Buehner, Karen L.; 381 
Bujdoso, Judy L.; 428 
Bullard, Danny D.; 405 
Bullick, Valeria K.; 381 
Bullock, Carol B.; 428 
Bullock, James L.; 138 
Bullock, Letitia G.; 324, 381 
Bullock, Martha D.; 191 
Bunch, Anna B.; 428 
Buntain, Connie J.; 138 
Bunton, John L.; 405 
Buquo, James M.; 428 
Burch, Susan E.; 272, 381 
Burchett, Barbara A.; 269, 381 
Burchett, Gayle R.; 381 
Burchett, Sharon; 115, 272 
Burchette, Roger L.; 428 
Burd, Linda S.; 428 
Burdette, Michael R.; 405 
Burdine, Jill; 381 
Burger, Kristen E.; 381 
Burgess, Larry W.; 428 
Burgess, Ronald L.; 294, 405 
Burgner, Vicki L.; 428 
Burk, Ann R.; 291, 405 
Buik John E.; 428 
Burk, M. Carolyn; 428 
Burke, Harold J.; 362, 381 
Burke, Sherry L.; 428 
Burkhardt, Robert; 123 
Burkhead, Don R.; 405 
Burkholder, Terry; 428 



460 



Burks, Dick; 294, 381 

Burks, Emily J.; 381 

Burness, Billie J.; 191, 291, 325 

Burness, Jean A.; 428 

Burnette, Ann A.; 138, 330 

Burns, Cynthia K.; 428 

Burns, Gordon G-; 381 

Burns, Michael R.; 138 

Burns, Pamela J.; 428 

Burns, Richard A.; 298, 323, 381 

Burres, Lester C; 405 

Burrier, Mary K.; 92 

Burris, William S.; 170, 298 

Burrows, Arden L; 405 

Burrows, Dennis; 138, 221, 234, 242, 289 

Burrows, Lawrence M.; 295, 381 

Burrus, Pat A.; 248 

Burton, Charles E.; 405 

Burton, Clarice J.; 428 

Burton, Jean; 296, 314, 381 

Busey, Lannie C; 259, 381 

Bush, Joyce; 240 

Bush, Sue A.; 405 
Bush, Wilma J.; 170 

Buskill, Roger; 256 
Butcher, David L.; 115, 268 
Butcher, Wanda M.; 405 
Butler, Brenda J.; 246 
Butler, Eddie D. ; 428 
Butler, Eustace A.; 170, 295 
Butler, Jerry P.; 428 
Butler, Lelani; 428 
Butler, Leslie E.; 138, 241 
Butler, Nancy E.; 428 
Butler, William D.; 428 
Butler, Yvonne; 428 
Butters, Nancy L.; 428 
Butts, Margaret L.; 381 
Byars, Irvine M.; 381 
Byrd, Carolyn C; 382 
Byrd, David R.; 170 
Byrd, Gerald A.; 382 
Byrd, Randy, 289 
Byrely, Phyllis; 237 
Byrley, Phyliss K.; 269, 405 
Byrn, Ernest E.; 131 
Byrne, Kathleen M.; 428 
Byrne, Lori W.; 259, 405 
Byrnes, Jim; 255 



Cailey, Donna J.; 296, 322, 382 

Cain, Finely; 289, 382 

Cain, Helen; 428 

Cain, Jim; 359 

Cain, Karen L.; 428 

Cain, Sandi L.; 405 

Cairns, Jane H.; 191, 293 

Cairns, Robert J.; 138, 292 

Caise, Edwina K.; 428 

Caller, Nina; 405 

Colder, Teresa A.; 382 

Caldwell, Richard A.; 382 

Calkins, Paul N.; 259, 429 

Call, Samuel M.; 269 

Callihan, Charlotte; 115, 293 

Callihan, Ronnie D.; 405 

Callis, Katherine M.; 405 

Calvert, Charles A.; 429 

Calvert, Jayne R.; 429 

Calvert, Zena; 405 

Camm, Charles K.; 429 

Camp, Shirley D.; 429 

Campbell, Carolyn C; 191, 287, 291 

Campbell, David; 429 

Campbell, James L.; 382 

Campbell, Jerry M.; 311, 429 

Campbell, Joan; 405 

Campbell, Kenny; 405 

Campbell, Mary S.; 405 

Campbell, Raymona, 454 




Campbell, Raymond; 271 

Campbell, Richard W.; 382 

Campbell, Ronald A.; 304, 305, 406 

Campbell, Walter M.; 429 

Campe, Frank, 287, 289, 406 

Canfleld, James Clare; 115 

Cannon, Bruce A.; 170 

Cannon, Joyce J.; 429 

Cano, James; 306 

CANTERBURY CLUB; 270, 312 

Cantrell, Donnal; 191 

Capite, Evelyn; 170 

Capito, Evelyn; 240 

Carboy, Frances R-; 191 

Carboy, Richard A., 191 

Carder, Dianne; 406 

Carder, Phyllis J.; 429 

Cardin, Janet L.; 192 

Cardinal, Patricia A.; 382 

Carey, Margo; 382 

Carey, Thomas R.; 192, 298, 323 



Carey, William D.; 170 
Carl, Margaret R.; 255, 382 
Carley, Donna; 314 
Carlisle, Harold D.; 382 
Carlson, Linda K.; 382 
Carman, Linda K.; 314, 322, 406 
Carmickle, Barry W.; 257, 454 
Carmicle, Ronald I.; 429 
Carmicle, Wallace D.; 429 
Carmody, Jeff M.; 382 
Carnes, Joan F.; 406 
Caronia, Gary J.; 192 
Carpenter, Betty L.; 429 
Carpenter, Charles R.; 138, 255 
Carpenter, David M.; 429 
Carpenter, Deanna; 382 
Carpenter, Goldie Patrick; 115 
Carpenter, Linda J.; 269, 382 
Carpenter, Patricia L.; 429 
Carr, Delwood D.; 382 
Carr, Michael R.; 382 



461 



Carr, Ronald J.; 382 
Carr, Thomas E.; 429 
Carroll, John W.; 429 
Carroll, Joyce A.; 138 
Carroll, Judith E. ; 406 
Carroll, Mary E. ; 113, 323 
Carroll, Mike; 295, 378 
Carroll, Robert M.; 246, 382 
Carter, Ann V.; 406 
Carter, Claretta L; 170 
Carter, Clyde Evans; 120 
Carter, Diana J.; 256, 429 
Carter, Eddie R.; 429 
Carter, James A.; 429 
Carter, Janice S.; 406 
Carter, Jimmie L; 1 15 
Carter, Joan L; 138 
Carter, Ken M.; 429 
Carter, Margaret A.; 382 
Carter, Patsy S.; 259, 429 
Carter, Randall L. Jr.; 192 
Carter, Roseanna L.; 429 
Cartinhour, William D.; 429 
Cartwright, Shawna J.; 406 
Carver, Robert D. ; 255, 406 
Case, Jerry R.; 382 
Case, Robert C; 429 
Case, Robert L. ; 271, 382 
Casey, Brenda P.; 406 
Casey, Doris E.; 382 
Casey, Granville; 356 
Casey, Michael J.; 406 
Casey, Rebecca; 382 
Cash, Frances D. ; 192, 325 
Cash, Paul Jr.; 429 
Cassady, Warren G.; 382 
Cassity, Terry A.; 429 
Castegnaro, Sandra K.; 429 
Castegnaro, Victoria L-; 406 
Castle, James R.; 212 
Castle, Peggy J.; 138, 243, 331 
Castle, Shirley M.; 101 
Catlett, Michael S.; 382 
Catron, Judith L; 406 
Caudill, Conley; 429 
Caudill, David H.; 382 
Caudill, David M.; 429 
Caudill, Jimmy S.; 429 
Caudill, Linda J.; 454 
Caudill, Sharon F.; 406 
Cayce, Granville L; 429 
Cays, Brenda S.; 170 
Cayton, Charles H.; 406 
Caywood, James B.; 115, 273 
Caywood, Marian J.; 429 
Cecil, Connie, 138, 242 
Cella, Robert L; 406 

Center, Durward R.; 273, 429 

Cericola, Cynthia C; 138, 268 

Ceruzzi, Alex; 255 

Chadwell, James R.; 406 

Chadwell, Virginia K.; 382 

Chalin, Deborah A.; 429 

Chamberlain, Larry J.; 382 

Chamberlain, Ransom C, Jr.; 295, 382 

Chamberlain, Sherie L.; 382 

Chambers, Linda G.; 429 

Chambers, Nicholas C; 382 

Chambers, Peggy; 322, 382 

Chanbers, Nichol C; 314 

Chaney, William A.; 171, 288 

Cable, Judith C; 138 

Cabrejos, Ninoska E.; 138 

Cadena, Ana M. ; 382 

Cahoon, Karen S.; 322 

Chanley, Jay H.; 356, 429 

Chao, Ching C; 212 

Chapman, Deborah L.; 406 

Chapman, Jeffrey L.; 382 

Chapman, Roy L.; 273, 406 

Chariott, Ann F.; 406 



Charmoli, JoAnn; 429 

Chase, Carmen G.; 429 

Chase, David W.; 138 

Chase, Gittel; 242 

Chasey, Nancy J.; 192 

Chatman, James F.; 429 

Cheap, Paula A.; 429 

CHEMISTRY CLUB; 271 

Cheney, David; 273, 289, 382 

Cherault, Peggy L.; 382 

Cherne, Andrea L.; 429 

Chesler, Deborah S.; 430 

Chesney, Cheryl L-; 430 

Chesser, Diana C; 406 

Chesser, Linda L.; 430 

Chihade, Issam Y.; 171 

Childers, Shirley A.; 257 

Childers, William E.; 171 

Chiseck, Jeanne E-; 382 

Chism, Brenda L.; 406 

Chism, Linda L. ; 406 

Chrisman, Barbara L.; 256, 430 

Chrisman, Richard G.; 164 

Chrisman, Steven C; 430 

Christensen, Ronald C; 295, 382 

Christian, John H.; 382 

Christie, Ceceil; 359 

Christopher, Jane S.; 430 

Chuhay, Nona L; 221, 224, 311, 314 

Church, Donald E.; 382 

Churchill, Brenda F. ; 383 

Churchill, Charles L.; 139 

Churchman, Susan L-; 383 

Churchman, Susan; 269 

CIRCLE K; 320 

Ciroli. James V., Jr.; 171 

CI RUN A; 271 

Cissell, John F.; 256, 430 

Clancy, Edward F.; 383 

Clark, David H.; 430 

Clark, Eliabeth A.; 430 

Clark, Frank; 430 

Clark, Gary H.; 406 

Clark, Harold R.; 430 

Clark, Janet L.; 171 

Clark, Juanita; 246, 311, 383 

Clark, Nancy L.; 406 

Clark, Nora L.; 430 

Clausing, Donna E-; 139 

Clay, Judy A.; 139 

Clay, Raymond E.; 139 

Clayton, June Ester; 120, 270 

Clements, Bill; 320 

Clements, Richard S.; 406 

Clements, William P.; 171 

Clemmons, Ann E.; 311, 383 

Clephas, Theresa M.; 406 

Clevinger, Ann B.; 383 

Clevinger, Cathy; 454 

Clevinger, Larry B.; 406 

Click, Dana D.; 383 

Click, Martha J.; 255, 430 

Clifton, Gary F.; 406 

Clifton, Jack A.; 430 

Cline, Kenneth B.; 383 

dinger, Robert N.; 383 

Clouse, Judy A.; 406 

Cloyd, Roberta A.; 272, 323, 383 

Coaplen, Carol A.; 192 

Coate, Christy K.; 259, 430 

Coates, David C; 288, 383 

Coates, J. Dorland; 185 

Coates, Randy L.; 430 

Cobb, Debbie; 237, 255, 327 
Cobb, Deborah J.; 406 
Cobb, James W.; 430 
Cobb, Mildred C; 383 
Cobb, Mildred C; 272 
Cobb, Ronita L; 430 
Cobb, Shirley A.; 383 
Cocanougher, Larue; 96 
Cochran, Don D.; 383 




Cochran, Edward L.; 430 
Cochran, Peggy L-; 246, 383 
Coffee, Carl D. ; 383 
Coffee, Carl D.; 265, 273 
Coffey, Nancy; 269 
Coffey, Nancy; 383 
Coldiron, Brent L. ; 430 
Coldiron, Craig L.; 171 
Cole, Joyce F.; 383 
Cole, Lucille; 192 
Cole, Lucille; 269 
Cole, Phillip D.; 212, 255 
Cole, Sylvia A.; 430 
Colehour, Grant; 362 
Coleman, Butch; 359 
Colehour, Grant; 352 
Coleman, Donna L.; 406 
Coleman, Karen R.; 430 
Coleman, Larry G-; 430 
Coleman, Linda L.; 430 
Coleman, Martha J.; 259, 430 
Coleman, Phoebe E.; 406 
Coleman, Phoebe J.; 272, 323 
Coleman, Sarah A.; 430 
Coleman, Toke; 348 
Colles, Raymond B.; 430 
Collier, William T.; 241 
Collins, Andreae R.; 383 
Collins, Barbara D.; 430 
Collins, Byron L.; 295, 383 
Collins, Diana R.; 406 
Collins, Eliabeth C; 383 
Collins, Jack; 305 
Collins, JoAnne; 430 
Collins, Pamela; 139 
Collins, Sharon; 255 
Collins, Steve W.j 430 
Collins, Terry C; 212 
Collins, William B.; 383 
Colliver, Linda M.; 430 
Colson, Guy R.; 294; 406 
Colton, Donna L.; 192, 293 
Columbia, Barbara J.; 273, 430 
Colvin, Julith A.; 430 
Colwell, Kathryn I.; 181 
Colwell, Kathy; 273 
Combest, James E.; 383 
Combs, Danny; 406 
Combs, Earl B.; 92 



462 




Combs, Gene M.; 192 

Combs, Jerald F.; 430 

Combs, Jerald R.; 270 

Combs, Margaret D.; 383 

Combs, Paulette; 406 

Combs, Philip R. ; 224 

Combs, Raymond B.; 273, 383 

Combs, Raynelle V.; 293, 383 

Combs, Robert P.; 430 

Combs, Ruphenia S.; 269 

Combs, Ruphenta Sue; 115 

Combs, Veda; 430 

Comley, Garry T.; 383 

Comley, Gerry; 242 

Commons, Sandra J.; 323, 430 

Compassr, Pete; 340 

Compton, Douglas M.; 171 

Compton, Eliabeth A.; 430 

Compton, Jerry T.; 139 

Compton, Laura J.; 430 

Corns, Paulette; 272 

Congleton, Judith R.; 192 

Congleton, Truman S-; 383 

Conlee, Diana C; 192 

Conley, Carol G.; 383 

Conley, Freeda E.; 430 

Conley, Mary J.; 430 

Conlon, Frances K.; 383 

Congleton, Conley C; 139 

Congleton, Craig B.; 139 

Congleton, Sharon K.; 212 

Conn, Sherry L; 257, 406 

Connell, Anne L.; 430 

Connelly, Michelle L; 259, 406 

Conner, Carlotta F.; 430 

Connolley, Alfred C; 430 

Connors, Susan J.; 406 

Conrad, James T-; 313 

Conrad, Kathryn J.; 272, 430 

Conrad, Thomas E.; 139, 218, 287, 298, 304, 323 

Conrallen, Peter F. ; 383 

Conte, John A.; 383 

Coody, Alma K.; 212 

Cook, Candis L; 193 

Cook, Gory P.; 430 

Cook, James A.; 171 

Cook, Jenny L.; 430 

Cook, Larry H.; 273, 430 

Cook, Mary A.; 430 



Cook, Natalie; 430 
Cooksey, Dan; 255 
Cool, Barbara St.; 430 
Cooper, Alice L.; 430 
Coombs, Paul R.; 193 
Cooper, Brian D.; 294, 383 
Cooper, Donald A.; 129 
Cooper, Jeanne L.; 311, 436 
Cooper, Kenneth L.; 383 
Cooper, Rickey L.; 406 
Cooper, Robert E.; 383 
Cooper, Robert E.; 273 
Cooper, Stephen A.; 430 
Coplin, Pamela L.; 407 
Coppage, Rodney K.; 383 
Coram, Linda K.; 383 
Coran, Linda E.; 271 
Corbin, Robert L.; 383 
Corbin, Robert L.; 430 
Corbin, Sharon L.; 383 
Corder, Twyla A.; 383 
Corder, Twyla A.; 270, 311 
Cordes, Thomas L.; 407 
Cordier, Doug; 219, 352, 362 
Corley, Mary L.; 430 
Corlis, John H. ; 431 
Cormney, Ronnie C; 383 
Cornacchio, Alfred M.; 431 
Cornelison, Anna M.; 188 
Cornett, Chester A.; 193 
Cornett, Mary L.; 193 
Cornett, Rebecca J.; 431 
Cornett, Sondra L.; 407 
Cornett, Teresa L.; 383 
Cosby, Linda K. ; 431 
Costello, Jim; 321 
Cortengim, Terry F.; 383 
Cotton, Barbara J.; 431 
Cottingim, Terry; 294, 378 
Cottongim, Lester, Jr.; 171 
Couch, Linda S.; 139 
Couch, Marilyn M.; 193 
Cover, Bonnie L.; 431 
Covington, Joanne; 431 
Cowman, Michael F.; 268, 306 
Cowman, Michael F.; 407 
Cowan, Robert L., Jr.; 259, 407 
Cowgill, Roderick J., Jr.; 407 
Cox, Betty C; 272, 431 



Cox, Charles; 431 

Cox, Gary G.; 454 

Cox, Javona A.; 237, 407 

Cox, Jerry L.; 407 

Cox, Juonita F.; 407 

Cox, Judy G.; 193 

Cox, Linda S.; 431 

Cox, Marshall H.; 289, 407 

Cox, Mary M.; 383 

Cox, Norman R.; 268, 407 

Cox, Ralph W.; 288, 407 

Cox, Wanda L; 139, 293 

Coxe, Phyllis J.; 431 

Coyle, Peggy M.; 407 

Crabb, Susan M.; 431 

Crabtree, Michael; 256 

Cracraft, Carlos H.; 431 

Cracraft, Carole A.; 314, 383, 431 

Craft, James L; 324, 383 

Craft, Larry; 431 

Craig, Barbara J.; 431 

Craig, Brenda D.; 139 

Craig, Harold D.; 407 

Craig, Harold D. ; 268 

Cramer, Frank; 407 

Cramer, Frank; 320 

Crane, William David; 115, 298, 320, 323 

Crawford, Dewey F.; 431 

Crawford, Diann K.; 431 

Crawford, Jacqueline D.; 193 

Crawford, Thomas R.; 140 

Craycraft, Clara R.; 171, 224, 239, 240 

Craycraft, Kenneth L.; 431 

Creech, David L.; 454 

Creech, Henry C; 431 

Creech, Jeffery L.; 431 

Creech, Stephen E-; 407 

Creed, Wanda J.; 431 

Creighton, Kathleen M.; 193, 255 

Creutzinger, Michael E.; 431 

Crews, Brenda F.; 407 

Crews, Sally A.; 431 

Cripe, Chris D.; 322 

Crisp, Bonnie; 257, 431 

Crisp, Dody J., 257, 454 

Criswell, Alvin J. ; 431 

Critcheld, Larry D.; 383 

Critchfield, William S.; 162, 165 

Crites, John B.; 306, 407 

Crister, Beverly K.; 383 

Crirtendon, Glenn; 431 

Crosier, Carlton R.; 294, 407 

Cross, David W., Jr.; 407 

Cross, Gordon R.; 383 

Cross, Gordon R.; 324 

Cross, Maureen A.; 407 

Crossfield, Joyce; 237 

Crossfleld, Joyce A.; 407 

Crotty, Thomas A.; 287, 294, 383 

Crouch, Hazel E.; 431 

Crouch, James; 115, 273 

Croucher, Larry R.; 407 

Croucher, Sherrill K.; 431 

Crowe, Carliss D.; 288, 383 

Crowe, Carole J.; 407 

Crowe, Monica I.; 407 

Crowe, Norma E.; 314, 431 

Crowe, Susan K.; 431 

Cruey, Diane; 237, 248, 272 

Cruey, Diana F.; 407 

Crum, Barbara A.; 383 

Crum, Daniel B.; 383 

Crum, George P.; 383 

Crump, Carolyn M.; 193, 325 

Cruse, Jack B.; 246, 321 

Cruse, Jack B.; 383 

Cryer, Donna; 407 

Culbertson, James A.; 287, 294, 330, 407 

Culp, Dave; 359 

Culver, Deborah L.; 383 

Culver, Donald Dennis; 115 



403 




Cummins, Barry K-; 407 
Cummins, Daniel A.; 407 
Cummins, Daniel A.; 273 
Cummins, Jackson L; 407 
Cundiff, James R.; 431 
Cundiff, Sandra L.; 384 
Cunnagin, Willis C; 140 
Cunningham, John M-; 248 
Cunningham, Stephen L.; 431 
Cupp, David L. ; 288, 384 
Cupp, Phyllis J.; 384 
Curdis, Theodore R.; 384 
Curnutte, Carol A.; 384 
Curnutte, Marion F.; 193 
Current, Eloise E.; 431 
Currie, Janet A.; 431 
Curry, Leonh S.; 431 
Curry, Norita; 312 
Curry, Norita J.; 407 
Curtis, Beverly L; 431 
Curtis, Judy K. ; 181 
Curtis, Phillip A.; 431 
Curtis, Sharon I.; 431 
Curtis, Sharon J.; 311 
Custis, Tammie L.; 407 
Cutshaw, Carolyn J.; 431 
CWENS; 237 
Czarkowski, Thomas M.; 384 



D'Ambrosia, James P.; 407 

Dado, Larry J.; 431 

Dailey, Wallace P.; 384 

Dale, Jerry W.; 384 

Dando, Linda Lou; 115 

Dane, Roger; 255 

Danehe, Jane E.; 193, 305 

Daniel, Ronnie T.; 407 

Daniels, Estil C; 320 

Daniels, Belinda Gj 431 

Dannecker, Steve; 321, 356 

Dannenberg, Dean; 352, 432 

Dant, Michael I.; 313, 384 

Darland, William C; 407 

Darnell, Linda D.; 432 

Darnell, Judith C; 432 

Darneal, Sondra L.; 432 

Dougherty, Douglas B.; 432 

Dougherty, Hayward M., Jr.; 193, 331 



Dougherty, Patsy D.; 432 

Dougherty, Skip; 321, 340 

Douse, James M.; 120, 268 

Davenport, Ronnie M.; 407 

David, Perilloux W.; 407 

Davidson, Anne J.; 384 

Davidson, L. Carol; 372, 384 

Davidson, Leslie A.; 384 

Davidson, Martha B.; 113 

Davidson, Richard; 305 

Davidson, Robert E.; 384 

Davidson, Ronnie; 407 

Davies, Eugene R.; 384 

Davis, Barbara Marie; 115 

Davis, Brenda A.; 384 

Davis, Carl D., Jr.; 407 

Davis, Connie S., 314, 327, 384 

Davis, Diane J.; 384 

Davis, Gregory Z.; 140, 246, 270 

Davis, Harrison B.; 407 

Davis, Janice C; 171 

Davis, Jeanne A.; 140 

Davis, Jeffrey M.; 384 

Davis, Larry D.; 384 

Davis, Laura B.; 384 

Davis, Linda J.; 297, 384 

Davis, Patricia A.; 384 

Davis, Rebecca A.; 432 

Davis, Rose; 432 

Davis, Sheila A.; 407 

Davis, Shelby J.; 432 

Davis, William E.; 407 

Davy, Francis; 105 

Dawalt, Johnny B.; 432 

Dawkins, Debbie L.; 297, 322, 384 

Day, Alberta G.; 172 

Day, Charles B.; 407 

Day, Cynthia L.; 407 

Day, Dennis G.; 287, 289, 407 

Day, Neil R.; 272 

Day, Richard D.; 384 

Day, R. Neill; 246, 248, 294, 394 

Day, Rodney G.; 407 

Dean, Dwight E.; 115 

Dean, Jane A.; 140 

Dean, Paul D.; 384 

Dean, Phyllis A.; 193 

Dean, Robert B.; 193 

Dean, Stephen T.; 432 



Deane, Daniel; 188 

Deangelis, Linda G.; 193 

Deaton, C. Raymond; 140, 255, 329 

Decarbo, Edward A.; 97 

Decker, Geneen L.; 305, 384 

Decker, John; 432 

Decker, Monica M.; 407 

Deeb, Mike K. ; 432 

Dees, Kenny L.; 432 

DeFrancesco, Daniel N-; 384 

DeJager, Gerrit A.; 304 

DeJoco, Frederick J.; 432 

Deivietre, Nick; 384 

DeJager, Gerrit A.; 140 

DeJernette, Patricia S.; 407 

Delaney, Gary; 432 

Delaney, Jerry W.; 311 

DeLong, Melvin J.; 314, 384 

Dell'ltalia, Melinda A.; 140, 255, 268 

DELTA SIGMA RHO-TAU KAPPA ALPHA; 242 

Dernier, James W.; 321 

Dernier, Jim; 340 

Denham, Harold M.; 432 

Denham, Michele B.; 296, 407 

Denham, Shelli; 271, 314, 324 

Denney, Donna R.; 432 

Denney, Larry W.; 384 

Dennis, James E.; 432 

Dennis, Raymond; 241 

Dennison, David S.; 172 

Denny, Charlotte; 112 

Denton, Tina V.; 407 

Derrick, Bobby A.; 407 

Derricks, Walter W.; 432 

Derringer, Dana C; 407 

Derry, Pamela L.; 432 

Derry, Richard D.; 140 

DeSantis, Helen; 407 

DesCombes, Carole A.; 140 

Detmer, Linda S.; 193, 222, 293, 325 

Defwiler, Beverly J.; 407 

Detwiler, Thomas L.; 140 

Devers, Gloria J.; 432 

Devine, Ralph E.; 407 

DeVore, R. William; 384 

Dick, Jovita R.; 237, 259, 272, 321, 408 

Dick, Kathy E.; 384 

Dickey, Dann A.; 432 

Dickson, Don D., Jr.; 408 



464 



Diefenbauch, Jennifer J.; 384 

Diersing, David G-; 384 

Diersing, Paul R.; 432 

Digby, Debbie A.; 408 

Dillman, Danny M.; 384 

Dils, Susan L; 432 

Diltz, Sandra R. ; 293, 384 

Dimmitt, Sandra S.; 432 

Dinell, Thomas M.; 172 

Dingus, Phyllis G.; 432 

DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP; 312 

Divosevic, Robert J.; 288, 384 

Dixon, David A.; 432 

Dixon, Thomas E.; 140 

Dobbs, Gene C; 193 

Dod, Bruce D.; 271 

Dod, Glenna A.; 213 

Dodd, Patty A.; 408 

Dodge, Patricia A.; 384 

Doel, Mary A.; 140 

Dokes, Kim D. ; 384 

Doggendore, John N.; 432 

Dolen, Ronnie K.; 432 

Dolier, Carl; 306 

Doll, Charles Andrew; 115 

Doll, Gloria J.; 384 

Dolwick, Gary L.; 172 

Donaldson, Neal P.; 100, 327, 432 

Donnell, Barbara A.; 327, 384 

Donnell, Mary A.; 432 

Donnelly, Susan C; 408 

Donovan, Billy J.; 140 

Donovan, William M.; 432 

Dooloukas, John P.; 432 

Doom, Byron D.; 385 

Dorman, Cindi R.; 432 

Dorman, Pamela A.; 385 

Dornhorst, Adrianne P.; 408 

Dorroh, Thomas L.; 432 

Dorsey, Susan K. ; 424, 432 

Dotson, Brenda A.; 272 

Dotson, Brenda G.; 408 

Dotson, Clyde H.; 140 

Dotson, Glenna G.; 408 

Doty, Betty S.; 324, 385 

Doty, Jacqueline; 87, 385 

Doty, Max L; 273, 324, 385 
Douglas, Patricia A.; 378, 385 
Douglas, Rita F.; 432 
Dowler, Tammie Y.; 193 
Dowler, Thomas E„- 194 
Downes, Allen; 104 
Downes, Elizabeth L.; 408 
Downing, Mary W.; 408 
Downs, John W.; 432 
Doyle, Edwina A.; 270, 385 
Doyle, Max J.; 408 
Dozier, Carl M.; 304; 408 
Dozier, Libby K.; 432 
Drake, Judy G.; 241 
Drake, James M., II; 140, 255 
Draskovic, Mark A.; 172, 288 
Drew, Jeffrey A.; 385 
Drummond, Michael B.; 432 
Dryden, Rick; 321, 340 
Duddey, Jalaine A.; 432 
Duff, Carolyn A.; 408 
Duff, David A.; 255, 408 
Dulworth, Betty J.; 324 
Dumrn, Alex; 288, 385 
Dunaway, David A.; 408 
Dunbar, Gayla S.; 385 
Dunbar, Peggy J.; 432 
Duncan, Danny M.; 432 
Duncan, Gary W.; 432 
Duncan, Larry A.; 432 
Duncan, Michael L.; 432 
Dunham, Shirley M.; 432 
Dunkle, Dick; 340 
Dunker, Michael S.; 432 
Dunlap, Lana D.; 385 



Dunlap, Randall E.; 385 
Dunn, Chariotte M.; 432 
Dunn, Charles L.; 140 
Dunn, Delores; 408 
Dunn, Diana L.; 408 
Dunn, Jane; 194, 305 
Dunn, Lawrence E.; 432 
Dunn, Paulette R.; 432 
Dunn, William R.; 432 
Dunnett, James C; 408 
Durham, Barbara; 272 
Durham, Barbara R.; 408 
Durham, Carolyn J.; 194, 327 
Durham, Greg; 359 
Durham, Robert E.; 140 
Durisin, Tim G.; 408 
Durr, Fredrick M.; 408 
Duvall, David P.; 273 
Duvall, Diana Ruth; 408 
Dwelley, Bill E.; 432 
Dwelly, Judy K.; 432 
Dwyer, Doris D.; 408 
Dyehouse, Patricia A.; 454 
Dyer, Jack L.; 163 
Dyer, Richard L; 141, 287, 290 
Dyke, M. Annette; 257 
Dyke, James; 141, 220 
Dykes, Alice J.; 194 
Eyre, Ed; 256 

-E- 

Eades, Mark L.; 257 
Eads, Charles M.; 385 
Eads, Janet L.; 432 
Eads, Mike; 288 
Eads, Richard; 141, 234, 328 
Earle, Patricia Ann; 116 
Earkman, Blair D.; 433 
Easterling, Delcenia F.; 433 
Eastham, Toni J.; 246, 424, 433 
Eastwood, Robert T.; 194 
Eatinger, Bruce G.; 172 
Eaton, Roger L.; 433 
Eaton, Willena J.; 140, 291, 325 
Ecklen, Dan H.; 433 
Eckman, David A.; 385 
Eckstein, April L.; 454 
Ecton, Robert A.; 172, 240 
Eden, Gary R.; 433 
Eden, Harold D.; 408 
Eden, Rebecca J.; 408 
Eden, Ronald W. ; 433 
Edmonds, Holly A.; 140 
Edmondson, Jo E.; 259, 385 
Edmondson, Shireen E.; 385 
Edmondson, Terry T.; 385 
Edringtor, Fredrick D.; 433 
Edwards, Darwin; 270 
Edwards, Debra A.; 408 
Edwards, James D.; 385 
Edwards, Jerry M.; 273, 385 
Edwards, Karen V.; 385 
Edwards, Theresa A.; 408 
Egan, Robert M.; 292, 408 
Egnew, Charlotte J.; 433 
Ehrenberg, Nancy L.; 297, 385 
Ehret, David W.; 408 
Eisele, Christine; 385 
Eisenmenger, Daryl L.; 270, 385 
Elam, Joseph A.; 433 
Elam, Lester R.; 433 
Elam, Tony; 31 1 
Elias, Bruce R.; 408 
Eliss, Bruce; 362 
Eliza, Doris J.; 385 
Elkin, James A.; 385 
Elkin, Linda R.; 293, 385 
Ellington, James J.; 141 
Elliott, Karen A.; 385 
Elliott, Robert A.; 289, 408 
Ellis, Dennis R.; 141, 298, 323 



Ellis, Patricia A.; 194 

Ellis, Susan C; 272, 433 

Ellison, James; 305 

Elovitz, Mary R. ; 408 

Elswick, Judith M.; 172 

Elza, Charles E.; 433 

Elza, Shirley R.; 385 

Embry, Linda D.; 408 

Embry, Maxine Y.; 433 

Embry, Wendell T. ; 408 

Emerson, Doretha G.; 433 

Emory, Derald E.; 408 

Emsuer, Jack L.; 272, 321, 359 

Engel, Carolyn E.; 313, 322, 408 

England, Anthony W. ; 256, 257, 258, 385 

England, Dennis H.; 408 

England, Elizabeth A.; 408 

Engle, Dennis R.; 433 

Engle, Fred, Jr.; 273, 324 

Engle, O. Douglas; 454 

Engleman, Phyllis H.; 141, 243, 270, 314, 320 

Enlow, Stuart B.; 433 

Enlow, Thomas F.; 433 

EPISCOPAL CANTERBURY CLUB; 312 

Enos, Carlo M. ; 485 

Epling, Virginia C; 272, 324, 408 

Epperson, Gary T.; 385 

Erickson, Kristine A.; 433 

Erisman, Donald J.; 225, 240, 312 

Erisman, Donald J.; 172 

Ernst, John F. ; 433 

Erp, Judy C; 385 

Escobar, Lou; 359 

Estepp, Dale L.; 385 

Ester, Billy J.; 408 

Estes, Ralph E.; 273, 385 

Etchison, Janice J.; 269, 385 

Ethington, Terriann D.; 408 

Evans, Don; 340 

Evans, Jenny L-; 433 

Evans, Linda S.; 433 

Ewers, Rebecca A.; 385 

Ewing, Roger G.; 141, 234, 271 

-F- 

Faesenmeier, Susan K-; 433 

Fahel, George J.; 408 

Fain, Sharon G.; 194 

Faint, Barry; 362 

Fakundiny, Lydia; 105 

Folk, Marianne E. ; 330, 433 

Fallis, Howard M.; 324, 385 

Falls, Howard W.; 385 

Fannin, Danny R.; 433 

Fannin, Nanita F.; 408 

Farlo, Diana L.; 385 

Fardo, Steve W. ; 304, 324, 385 

Farmer, Diane A.; 385 

Farmer, James D.; 265, 385 

Farmer, John D.; 433 

Farmer, Joseph T.; 433 

Farmer, Larry D.; 433 

Farmer, Mary K.; 433 

Farmer, Sharon L-; 385 

Farrell, William V.; 304, 305 

Farris, Esther E.; 433 

Farris, Patricia J.; 311, 433 

Faulkner, Bernard E.; 385 

Faulkner, David H.; 433 

Faulkner, Harvey K.; 265, 273, 385 

Faulkner, Jane C; 272, 385 

Faulkner, Sharon M.; 324, 408 

Faulkner, Sherry A.; 255, 433 

Fawley, James K.; 194, 298 

Featherston, Carol S.; 385 

Feddersen, Jeri R. ; 194, 321 

Federbush, Susan K.; 433 

Fegenbush, Stephen R.; 256, 311, 433 

Feltner, Donald R.; 102 

Feltner, Josephine; 454 



465 




Feltner, Sandra L; 433 
Felty, Bobbie G.; 385 
Ferguson, Brenda G.; 433 
Ferguson, Lynda; 408 
Ferguson, Shirley L; 433 
FerrieM, Charles D. ; 385 
Fetter, Susan C; 454 
Fey, A. Michael; 433 
Fey, Loreda G.; 433 
Fields, E. Carolyn; 385 
Fields, Gerald K.; 408 
Fields, James H„- 194 
Fields, Larry S.; 433 
Fields, Linda R.; 433 
Fields, Lonnie L.; 257, 385 
Fields, Patricia R.; 408 
Figgins, Linda L.; 255, 385 
Figueroa, Manuel; 356, 433 
Filbrun, Donald L.; 385 
Fink, Robert D.; 304, 305 
Finn, David S.; 408 
First, Allan; 141 
Fischer, Diane L.; 322, 408 
Fischer, Ella R.; 433 
Fischer, Ellen F. ; 408 
Fischer, Mary A.; 385 
Fisel, Elsanna; 172 
Fisher, Candy; 408 
Fisher, Carolyn S.; 385 



Fisher, John M.; 385 

Fisher, Lynda A.; 408 

Fisher, Mark; 340 

Fisk, Michael L; 408 

Fisk, Rodney D.; 433 

Fister, W. Tim; 324 

Fister, William T.j 408 

Fitch, James A.; 272, 386 

Fitzgerald, Gloria J.; 408 

Fitzgerald, Linda D.; 433 

Fitzgerald, Marvin C; 408 

Fitzgerald, Ruth T.; 409 

Fitzpatrick, David A.; 409 

Fitzpatrick, James A.; 386 

Fitzpatrick, Nancy L.; 433 

Fitzpatrick, Robert Ralph; 116 

Fitzpatrick, Willa A.; 194, 259, 272 

Fitzwater, Leonard W., Jr.; 454 

Flaherty, Sharon L.; 409 

Flanary, Curtis P.; 433 

Flanary, Lowell D.; 321, 340, 381 

Flanary, Sheila F.; 433 

Fleckiger, Thelma F.; 409 

Fleenor, Linda C; 386 

Fleischman, H. Robert; 386 

Fleming, Frank A.; 433, 454 

Fleming, Mark A.; 433 

Fletcher, Karen P.; 238, 242, 255, 386 

Fletcher, Kathy; 256 

Flinchum, Anita S.; 194 

Flint, Frank F.; 288, 409 

Flint, Harry; 352 

Flook, Louisa A.; 257, 433 

Floon, Ethyl; 270 

Florence, Terry L.; 305, 386 

Flowers, Devonda C; 116, 272 

Flowers, Marilyn B.; 409 

Fluty, James A.; 172, 265 

Flynn, David A.; 433 

Foil I, Cassandra S.; 386 

Foley, Cecil E., 433 

Fookes, Gary E.; 386 

Ford, Judy; 433 

Ford, Linda C; 172 

Ford, Sammy L.; 172 

Ford, William B.; 433 

Forman, Lanny A.; 257, 434 

Foster, Ellen M.; 151, 325 

Foster, James C; 434 

Foster, Juanlta G.; 409 

Foutz, Diana L.; 434 

Fowler, Cynthia J.; 434 

Fowler, Daniel W.; 172 

Fowler, Perry E.; 141, 294 

Fox, Cecil C.j 172 

Fox, Joyce Fate; 1 16 

Frakes, William B.; 434 

Francis, Fred; 340 

Francis, Larry E.; 386 

Francis, Linda K-; 141 

Francis, Woody; 434 

Frank, Skip; 256, 434 

Frankenberger, James D.; 409 

Franklin, Gary R.; 311, 409 

Franklin, John O.; 434 

Frasher, Donna R.; 434 

Frosure, Elmer; 386 

Frasure, Euggle; 434 

Frazier, Carolyn S.; 434 

Frazier, Charles L.; 141 

Frazier, Marcy; 324, 409 

Frazier, Quinna E.; 386 

Frederick, Pamela L.; 434 

Fredrick, Trudy D.; 386 

Freeh, Marti; 268, 322, 409 

Freeman, Cynthia A.; 386 

Freeman, Jerry; 255 

Freeman, Linda C; 434 

Freeman, Martha E.; 409 

Freeman, Roy L.; 172 

French, Daisy B.; 163 

Frey, Karl; 322, 386 



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Frey, Linda S.; 409 

Frey, Sherryl A.; 141 

FriedhofF, Marsha D.; 272 

Friend, Jennifer L.; 141 

Friend, William J.; 172, 288 

Fringeli, Dennis J.; 172 

Frisby, Barbara L.; 195 

Frisby, Michael D.; 141 

Frisman, Donald; 273 

Frith, Kenneth A.; 434 

Fritte, Robin; 362 

Fritts, Robert H.; 409 

Fritz, Nancy; 434 

Fritz, Yolanda; 195 

Froebe, Charles F.; 272, 288, 386 

Fronk, Jean A.; 454 

Frost, Bob, 409 

Frost, John B.; 434 

Frost, Pamela L.; 434 

Frye, Paul E.; 434 

Frye, Sandra J.; 409 

Fryman, Rebecca J.; 409 

Fryman, Sandra F.; 409 

Fryman, Susan W-; 434 

Fugate, Danny A.; 434 

Fugate, Darvis D.; 434 

Fugate, Don; 195 

Fugate, Donna C; 434 

Fugate, Douglas; 320, 409 

Fugate, Kay; 434 

Fugate, Nyoka J.; 386 

Fugate, Paul; 386 

Fuller, Clark; 142, 218, 362 

Fuller, Marilyn R. ; 434 

Fulmer, Kenneth D.; 386 

Fulton, Donna G.; 409 

Funk, Leslie A.; 259, 322, 409 

Furnish, Kenneth N.; 386 

Fuson, Charlotte; 273, 386 



Gabbard, Carolyn S.; 142 

Gabbard, David L.; 409 

Gabbard, Henry D.; 409 

Gabbard, John D.; 434 

Gabbard, E. Michael; 273 

Gabby, Jo Ann; 434 

Gabby, Sharon S.; 142, 255 

Gabhant, James W.; 409 

Gadd, Walter E.; 173 

GafFord, Nell M.; 434 

Gagel, Charles W.; 409 

Gaines, Gary; 256 

Galbraith, Stan; 386 

Gallagher, John J.; 195 

Gallenstein, M. Sue; 409 

Galloway, Beverly A.; 434 

Galloway, Gerald L.; 268, 409 

Gambill, James R.; 142 

Gambill, Patricia A.; 386 

Games, Stephen F.; 454 

Gano, James L.; 304, 386 

Gantt, Deborah L.; 434 

Gardnes, Debbie D.; 386 

Garey, Robert W.; 434 

Garland, Martha; 255, 270, 296, 386 

Garling, John H.; 409 

Garner, Charlotte F.; 142, 255 

Garner, Virginia L.; 269, 270, 386 

Garrett, Nancy C; 195 

Garrett, Sharon F.; 409 

Garrison, Joyce A.; 409 

Garrity, Wallace J.; 195 

Garvin, Karen D.; 173, 273, 327 

Garwool, Terry A,; 434 

Gash, Roy D.; 265, 324, 386 

Gates, Lynda J.; 409 

Gatwood, Dean; 242 

Gautier, Diana P.; 195 

Gayheart, Mae R.; 454 

Gebhart, Michael J.; 409 



Gebnis, Helen T. ; 386 

Gelke, Mark L; 434 

Genton, Larry M. ; 320, 409 

Genton, William E.; 268 

Gentry, Barbara A.; 434 

Gentry, Richard C; 434 

George, Randell L; 386 

Gerace, Michael E.; 255, 409 

Gerwe, Richard M.; 173 

Gesele, Eugene C; 173, 241 

Gesling, William D.; 409 

Gewtry, David R.; 434 

George, Rebecca; 434 

Gibbs, Harry R.; 340, 409 

Gibson, James E-; 386 

Gibson, Pauline; 120 

Gibson, Ronald G.; 142 

Gibson, Roy E.; 386 

Gibson, Toni R.; 434 

Gibson, Vance M.; 434 

Gieszl, Christine E.; 434 

Gilbert, Jr., Cebert; 409 

Gillbert, Gene B.; 259 

Gilbert, James L; 409 

Gilbert, James T.; 386 

Gilbert, Jerald G.; 454 

Gilbert, Patricia A.; 142, 220, 257, 258 

Gilbert, Ralph W. ; 311 

Gilbert, Ruth A.; 320 

Gilkey, Susan C; 434 

Gill, Jerry; 359 

Gill, N. Thomas; 185 

Gillen, Michael J.; 386 

Gillespie, Dennis J.; 386 

Gilliam, Angela K.; 434 

Gilliam, Doris F.; 434 

Gilliland, Vic; 386 

Gillis, James D.; 386 

Gilmore, Nancy L.; 386 

Gindele, Nancy L; 435 

Ginter, Gary L; 409 

Girvin, Sarah; 272, 312 

Girvin, Sharon J.; 195 

Givin, R. James; 304, 386 

Gjancola, Louis M.; 213 

Glass, Gary F.j 273, 324 

Glass, Gary F.; 409 

Glass, Wayne E. ; 135, 248, 298, 323 

Glasscock, Connie L.; 435 

Glasscock, Marsha J.; 409 

Glasscock, Rosiland A.; 195, 322 

Glasscock, Marsha; 270 

Glass, Wayne E.; 142 

Glaze, Gary W.; 256, 257, 409 

Gleich, Patricia K.; 435 

Glier, Daniel W. ; 435 

Glynn, Orval F.; 410 

Goatley, David M.; 435 

Goble, Dempil I.; 173, 240 

Godbey, Donna; 324 

Godbey, Jerry; 321, 348 

Godby, Evelyn M.; 435 

Goebel, Robert P.; 195 

Goebel, William M.; 435 

Goedeking, Thomas J.; 435 

Got?, Brenda S.; 435 

Goff, Deborah Anne; 259, 435 

Goff, H. A.; 410 

Goggin, Barbara A.; 272, 323, 435 

Goins, Ernest W.; 410 

Goins, Gary L.; 386 

Goins, Patricia A.; 435 

Goins, Paula J.; 257, 435 

Gold, Barbara A.; 435 

Gold, David A.; 410 

Golden, Kenneth A.; 435 

Goldey, Patricia M.; 410 

Goldschmidt, Eugene A.; 435 

Gollsmith, Martin J.; 435 

Goldston, Phillip L.; 386 

Goldston, Price S.; 410 



Gooch, Carolyn A.; 410 

Gooch, Osa H.; 435 

Good, Jack; 321 

Goodan, Gary D.; 290, 386 

Goode, Harold J.; 320 

Goode, Jeffery L.; 435 

Goodin, Joe H.; 410 

Goodlett, Myra C.J 435 

Goodlett, Sharon T.; 237, 410 

Goodnight, Carolyn K-; 410 

Goodrich, Allan H.; 273, 386 

Goodroe, Steve; 424 

Gooley, Warren A.; 386 

Gordon, Brenda J.; 386 

Gorgone, John T.; 165 

Gorley, Kay; 305, 386 

Gormley, Vicki L.; 435 

Gorsky, Ron C; 116, 246, 272, 273, 312, 322 

Gorsuch, Donna L.; 435 

Gosser, Fransis K.; 116 

Gosser, Larry C; 386 

Gosser, Rita M. ; 386 

Gosser, Roberta J.; 435 

Gough, Carl K.; 410 

Gougli, Joyce A.; 435 

Gould, Phyllis J.; 322, 410 

Gould, Pricilla B.; 435 

Gover, Cecil G.; 435 

Gracey, James E-; 142 

Gragg, Carol F,; 173 

Graham, Emil J.; 142 

Graham, Mary M.; 435 

Graham, Pamela K.; 271, 410 

Grant, Gary L.; 257, 410 

Grant, Ronnie L-; 435 

Graves, Betty J.; 435 

Graves, Frances L.; 435 

Graves, Joyce A.; 410 

Graves, Mary O.; 435 

Graves, Nancy K.; 255, 435 

Graves, Ora M.; 435 

Gray, Fay; 167 

Gray, Gene; 234, 242, 243, 331 

Gray, June L. ; 195, 259, 293 

Gray, Larry M.; 195 

Gray, Luther E.; 142 

Gray, Marietta; 410 

Gray, Roy C; 435 

Greathouse, Leonard F.; 435 

Greaves, Debbie L.; 435 

Green, Christine L .; 272, 323, 435 

Green, Darrell F.; 435 

Green, Darrell R.; 273 

Green, Dennis; 256 

Green, Edwin E.; 195 

Greene, Janelle; 454 

Green, Ken E.; 435 

Green, Marilyn E.; 410 

Green, Nancy D.; 173, 265 

Green, Ray L.; 386 

Green, Ted; 340 

Green, Toni S.; 435 

Greene, Linda L.; 386 

Greene, Robert S.; 386 

Greene, Susan D. ; 269, 386 

Geer, Betty J.; 435 

Greer, Linda L-; 435 

Greer, Richard; 410 

Gregg, James R-; 386 

Gregg, Robert E.; 142, 195, 255, 257, 258 

Gregory, Carolyn S.; 410 

Gregory, James R.; 323 

Gregory, Marka; 410 

Gregory, Marty; 410 

Gridley, Edward W„- 410 

Griffin, Brenda S.; 142 

Griffin, Connie L.; 435 

Griffin, Linda G.; 435 

Griffin, Linda L.; 272 

Griffith, William J.; 435 

Griggs, Virginia F.; 410 



Grim, Gary L.; 410 
Grim, Jon M.; 173, 273, 324 
Grim, Pamela C; 181, 273, 324 
Grippa, Mark A.; 195 
Grisier, Phyllis A.; 257, 258, 435 
Grisso, Dean F.; 435 
Gritton, Glen A.; 435 
Gritton, Mark T.; 410 
Gritton, Phyllis J.; 410 
Grose, Gerald K.; 255 
Gross, Brenda S-; 435 
Gross, James L.; 287, 386 
Gross, L. Jeannie; 272, 410 
Gross, Robert A.; 273, 386 
Gross, Wilson D.; 116 
Grover, Jane R.; 435 
Groves, Barney R.; 187 
Groves, Barrey R.; 259 
Groves, Michael L.; 410 
Groves, William G.; 410 
Grubbs, Billy A.; 101 
Grubbs, Keith E.; 324, 386 
Gruelle, Terry V.; 410 
Grum, Dan B.; 324 
Grundy, Audrey L.; 387 
Guepe, Jeanne A.; 435 
Guess, Carey A.; 142, 362 
Guice, Jim; 321, 340 
Guilfoyle, John J.; 387 
Guinn, Betty L.; 387 
Gullady, Larry E.; 435 
Guilfoyle, Maureen M.; 195 
Gullion, Patty J.; 435 
Gunn, Rodger S.; 243 
Gupton, Mary J.; 435 
Gutknecht, Ellen; 410 
Gupton, Larry T.; 387 

-H- 

Haas, Sandra L, 322, 387 

Hack, Michael T.j 436 

Hacker, Carol J.; 410 

Hacker, Constance S.; 387 

Hacker, Lana R.; 387 

Hacker, Louise; 410 

Hacker, Marion J.; 142 

Hacker, Reuben G.; 306, 387 

Hacker, Samuel G.; 195 

Hacker, Wilma J.; 195 

Haddix, Rodney D.; 436 

Haddix, Wallace L. ; 173 

Hagadorn, Gary H.; 387 

Hagood, Lacy E.; 321, 356 

Haines, Peter E.; 410 

Hainline, Alice A.; 436 

Hairston, Jo A.; 312, 436 

Haje, John S.; 173, 288 

Hake, Paul; 295 

Halbert, Stephen D.; 387 

Halcomb, Darrell; 116, 306 

Halcomb, Jane F.; 410 

Halcomb, Margie A.; 257, 311, 410 

Halcomb, Winston D.; 436 

Hale, Bruce A.; 142, 270 

Hale, Frederick E. ; 268, 436 

Hale, Ronnia; 436 

Hall, Barbara V.; 387 

Hall, Bobby G.; 410 

Hall, Charles R.; 387 

Hall, Christopher T.; 454 

Hall, Debbie L.; 305, 436 

Hall, Elizabeth A.; 436 

Hall, Freida L.; 410 

Hall, Jerry T.; 387 

Hall, Jimmy R.; 196 

Hall, John B.; 196 

Hall, John L.; 387 

Hall, Judith A.; 387 

Hall, Louis S.; 181 

Hall, Margie A. ; 436 



467 



Hall, Maxine; 436 

Hall, Norma G. ; 196, 269 

Hall, Robert A.; 142 

Hall, Sharon; 410 

Hall, Sue; 272, 387 

Hall, Teresa K.; 270, 387, 410 

Hall, Tommy D.; 387 

Hall, William J.; 410 

Ham, James R.; 410 

Hamilton, Charles H.; 411 

Hamilton, Dan N.; 411 

Hamilton, Donna M.; 196 

Hamilton, Finley R.; 255, 411 

Hamilton, Greta K.; 387 

Hamilton, Janet K.; 387 

Hamilton, Karen P.; 436 

Hamilton, Nickey M.; 436 

Hamilton, Roger L; 173 

Hamilton, Sarah F.; 142 

Hammond, Carol J.; 411 

Hammond, Jane; 272 

Hammond, Zola A.; 270, 411 

Hammonds, Cheryte A.; 143 

Hammons, Paula L; 411 

Hammons, Sarah L; 436 

Hampton, Doug; 340 

Hampton, George E.; 387 

Hampton, Glenda F.; 411 

Hampton, Mary J.; 387 

Hampton, Maurita A.; 436 

Hampton, Paul; 340 

Hampton, Richard L.; 411 

Hancock, Herbert M.; 411 

Handman, James A.; 411 

Hanen, Judith H.; 196, 239, 269, 325 

Hanen, Ralph M.; 387 

Haney, Thomas M.; 387 

Hanger, Raymond E.; 411 

Hankins, Linda R.; 237, 411 

Handy, Charles E., Jr.; 411 

Hanna, Sharon A.; 436 

Hannah, Harry; 295 

Hannatt, Harry; 387 

Hanson, Danny; 257, 258 

Hanson, Kenneth S.; 106 

Happel, Eric A.; 436 

Hardin, Barbara E.; 436 

Hardin, Sandra L-; 387 

Hardon, Sheldon; 387 

Hardy, Cheryl L; 411 

Hare, Edward J.; 348, 411 

Hare, Harold D.; 436 

Hargis, William M.; 387 

Hargrove, Dennis G.; 436 

Hargrove, Robert B.; 387 

Harkleroad, Nancy; 312 

Harkleroad, Thomas S.; 143 

Harless, John T.; 436 

Harlow, George Robert; 116, 292 

Harman, Gene A.; 387 

Harmon, Billie S.; 269, 387 

Harmon, Betty A.; 255, 411 

Harmon, Douglas E.; 411 

Harmon, Franklin D.; 173 

Harmon, Helen L; 436 

Harmon, Pamela S.; 255, 411 

Homed, Henry H.; 436 

Homed, James S.; 387 

Harney, Brenda A.; 411 

Harney, Michael J.; 289, 411 

Harp, Kenneth R.; 324, 387 

Harper, Ann R.; 436 

Harrell, Michael W.; 436 

Harrell, Terri L; 196, 291, 305 

Harrick, Katy L.; 436 

Harris, Anna F.; 143 

Harris, Barbara B.; 387 

Harris, Bobby J.; 387 

Harris, Claudia S.; 387 

Harris, Danny; 255, 411 

Harris, Diana B.; 436 



Harris, Foster W.; 116, 340 
Harris, Glenda H.; 323, 436 
Harris, James S.; 97 
Harris, Lauretta J.; 323, 436 
Harris, Mary A.; 143 
Harris, Meudell G.; 436 
Harris, Shelia D.; 436 

Harrison, Edith F.; 436 

Harrison, Henry C; 143, 258 

Harrison, Larry K.; 436 

Harrison, Paula J.; 411 

Harrison, Tracy L.; 173, 239. 240 

Hart, Jo Ann; 324, 387 

Hart, Larry W.; 387 

Hart, Robert F.; 387 

Hartgrove, Sylvia; 213 

Hartiage, Jane; 143 

Hartman, Barbara L.; 387 

Hartman, Barry L.; 196 

Hartwell, Robert W. ; 256 

Harvey, Thomas C; 273, 411 

Harvey, Paul D.; 436 

Harville, Bobby; 340 

Harville, Donnie; 348 

Harville, Hiram L.; 387 

Harville, Jenny; 321 

Harville, Joyce F.; 143, 222, 329 

Hass, Marilyn K.; 435 

Hassan, Frank M.; 41 1 

Hasson, Dennis P.; 387 

Hastie, Connie L.; 411 

Hatch, Alden; 101 

Hathaway, Roberta, 314 

Hathorn, Jerry M.; 436 

Hatton, Anthony W.; 436 

Hatter, Carolyn L.; 411 

Hatter, Judy C; 196 

Hauschildt, Loraine C; 237, 411 

Hawkins, Judy S.; 387 

Hawkins, Karen A.; 173 

Hawkins, Nelda A.; 387 

Hawkins, Sharon D.; 436 

Hay, Larry; 387 

Hay, Mike; 295, 359, 41 1 

Hay, Paul B.; 306, 411 

Hayden, Mexico; 436 

Hayes, Butch; 356 

Hayes, David M.; 256, 257, 258 

Hayes, Glenn W.; 268 

Hayes, Haskew; 143 

Hayes, Linda J.; 411 

Hayes, Wilbert; 387 

Haynes, Charles M.; 269 

Haynes, Tom; 41 1 

Hays, Cecil D„- 268, 436 

Hays, Teddy L.; 268, 436 

Hays, Wilson A.; 321, 387 

Hays, Yvonne C; 411 
Hayse, Shirley L.; 270, 293, 387 
Haywood, Carolyn; 411 
Haywood, Jim; 173 
Hazelton, Robert J.; 320 
Hearn, Billy J.; 436 
Heck, James L.; 436 
Hedrick, Marcellyn G.; 436 
Heid, Karen L; 436 
Heiderich, John E.; 313, 436 
Heidt, Robert M.; 143 
Heilman, Linda K.; 436 
Heinisch, John S.; 143, 289 
Heisler, Anne L.; 196. 272 
Hek, Ben L.; 289, 411 
Hellard, Jo Ann; 387 
Hellen, Catherine A.; 387 
Helm, James H.; 116 
Helton, Janie; 436 
Helton, Scottye N.; 323, 436 
Hemming, Robert J.; 41 1 
Hemner, John; 362 
Henderson, Cathy D.; 387 
Henderson, Michael B.; 436 



Henderson, H. Montez; 197 

Henderson, Nita K.; 248, 272, 324, 436 

Hendren, Clyda F-; 454 

Hendricks, Edward M.; 436 

Hendricks, J. Michael; 387 

Hendrickson, Carolyn L-; 436 

Hendrickson, Kay F.; 436 

Hendrickson, Finley; 234 

Hendrickson, Robert F.; 143 

Hendrix, Glen A.; 436 

Hendrix, Martha K.; 237, 246, 272, 411 

Henkel, Judy L; 436 

Henness, Alan L.; 436 

Henninger, Consuella; 197, 296 

Henry, Grace W.; 437 

Henry, Nona; 257 

Henry, Sharon K.; 411 

Henry, Susan J.; 437 

Hensley, Finley R.; 173 

Hensley, Glenda J.; 272, 387 

Hensley, Mary B.; 411 

Hensley, Michael W.; 259, 411 

Herndon, Janice E-; 411 

Hensley, Paul D. ; 320, 387 

Hensley, Verna C; 387 

Hepler, James T-; 437 

Herbst, Teresa A.; 437 

Herald, Burton; 197 

Herald, Laura E.; 197 

Herald, Paul R.; 143 

Herdtner, Thomas J.; 197 

Herndon, Janice; 322 

Herrin, Thelma H.; 197 

Herring, Curtis L; 387 

Herrington, Ronald D-; 411 

Herrmann, Margaret L.; 437 

Herron, Lucille; 437 

Hesler, Carolyn J.; 269, 388 

Hess, Judy E.; 411 

Hess, Carol S.; 437 

Hester, Ronald G.; 388 

Hetzel, Joyce M.; 437 

Hewetson, Albert D.; 411 

Hewitt, Nancy E.; 237, 41 1 

Hewlett, Sharon J.; 411 

Hickey, Mike; 388 

Hicks, Patricia E.; 388 

Hieber, John S.; 173 

Higginbotham, Thomas F.; 133 

Higgins, Linda L-; 41 1 

Higgs, Terry L.; 437 

Hiland, Constance M.; 197 

Hileman, Richard L.; 411 

Hill, Carolyn J.; 270, 388 

Hill, Daniel L.; 288, 388 

Hill, Gary David; 116 

Hill, James A.; 271 

Hill, Karen J.; 437 

Hill, Nancy; 239, 243, 270, 311, 314, 388 

Hill, Rick; 356 

Hill, Rosemary; 437 

Hill, Samuel W.; 437 

Hill, Sharon A.; 437 

Hils, William F. ; 304, 305, 437 

Hillyard, Saral C; 173 

Hilton, Bentley J.; 105, 323 

Hinger, Sandra S.; 237, 270, 272, 411 

Hinkle, Terry; 269 

Hinklemen, Bill; 362 

Hines, Gayle J.; 411 

Hinton, John T. ; 437 

Hinton, Joseph M.; 388 

Hinton, Michael R.; 388 

Hippie, Sandra A.; 181 

Hisel, Douglas; 388 

Hisel, Nancye L; 144, 270 

Hissom, Jack; 348 

Hitch, Larry W.; 411 

Hittinger, Richard A.; 437 

Hoagland, Bruce D ; 129 

Hoagland, John B.; 388 



468 



Hobbs, Tony E.; 437 

Hobbs, Philip G.; 411 

Hodge, John R.; 437 

Hodge, Karen L.; 437 

Hodges, Barsha L.; 144 

Hodges, Cheryl J.; 41 1 

Hoffman, Merry; 272 

Hofmann, Dorothy M.; 411 

Hogg, Yvonne M.; 411 

Hogue, Guslina J.; 144, 269 

Hoisington, Judith A„- 313, 437 

Holbrook, Barbara D.; 388 

Holbrook, Carl D.; 257, 258, 437 

Holbrook, Jason L.; 144 

Holbrook, Sue; 388 

Holcomb, Sylvia L; 144 

Holcomb, Ted B.; 321, 340, 388 

Holder, Barbara G.; 437 

Holder, Gail; 388 

Holderman, Sandra C; 144, 221, 242, 268 

Holladay, Thomas N.; 388 

Hollan, Phyllis J.; 269, 272, 388 

Holland, Charles F.; 388 

Holland, Janice E.; 411 

Holland, Patsy R.; 197 

Hollar, Carl E.; 388 

Hollar, Charles D.; 411 

Hollar, Mike, 306 

Holliday, James D.; 437 

Hollon, Patricia A.; 437 

Holloway, John W. ; 388 

Holt, Brenda J.; 144, 231, 270, 311 

Holt, Carl, 306 

Holt, Earl D. ; 174 

Holt, Idella E. ; 257, 437 

Holt, Stephen M.; 144, 225 

Holtsberry, Trent; 255 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB; 272 

Hon, Lonnie D.; 437 

Honeycutt, Yvonne; 305, 324, 388 

Honeycutt, Randall J.; 437 

Hooker, Gregory T.; 437 

Hoover, Martin C; 388 

Hoover, Mendol R.; 388 

Hopkins, Diane; 327 

Hopkins, Jerry; 243 

Hopkins, Lawrence L.; 311, 437 

Hopkins, Lisabeth J.; 256, 257, 412 

Hopkins, Rebecca L.; 437 

Hopmann, Donna L.; 388 

Horan, Joseph L.; 388 

Hord, Ronnie; 362 

Horn, Sandra K.; 412 

Horn, Tobie A.; 437 

Hornsby, Robert W., 454 

Hornsby, Ted; 388 

Horrar, Karen J.; 273, 388 

Horsley, Sandra J.; 412 

Horton, Robert L. ; 292, 388 

Hosier, Benita S.; 437 

Hoskins, James A.; 340, 412 

Hoskins, Sylvia; 388 

Hostetter, Katherine S.; 437 

Hott, Merrie L.; 144 

Houben, Gary W.; 412 

Houghton, Sue K.; 437 

Hounshell, Ancil R.; 197 

Hounshell, Janet M.; 197 

Hounshell, Michael D.; 255, 257, 412 

Houp, Kenneth L.; 271, 320, 324, 388 

Hourigan, Carolyn M.; 437 

Hourigan, Donna J-; 197 

House, Martha P.; 388 

House, Ronald T.; 272, 321, 340, 388 

House, Sandy, 305, 325 

Householder, William A.; 109 

Houseman, Rick; 359 

Houston, Linda J.; 388 

Hovekamp, Cynthia A,; 388 

Hovekamp, George D,; 437 

Howard, Arthur L.; 437 



Howard, Barbara C.J 412 
Howard, Chalmer; 197 
Howard, David W.; 388 
Howard, Delories J.; 412 
Howard, Donald L.; 294, 388 
Howard, Durham; 92 
Howard, Elaine C; 197 
Howard, Glenna J.; 388, 437 
Howard, Jacqueline M.; 197, 246 
Howard, Janet D.; 437 
Howard, Jeanne; 313 
Howard, Jette E.; 144, 293, 305 
Howard, Joe; 144, 313 
Howard, Kathryn A.; 197 
Howard, Linda K.; 437 
Howard, Mike V.; 454 
Howard, Patricia A.; 388 
Howard, Patsy D.; 437 
Howard, Paulette; 412 
Howard, Richard G.; 320, 412 
Howe, James M.; 437 
Howell, Bernice D.; 412 
Howell, Bryon E.; 412 



Hughes, Patricia A.; 269, 388 

Hughes, Raymond L-; 388 

Hughes, Terry A.; 255, 258, 388 

Hulette, Ella L.; 174, 272 

Hull, Don; 256 

Hull, Wendell R.; 144 

Huls, Raymond J.; 174 

Hulteen, Curtis D. ; 106 

Humble, Beverly K. ; 272, 305, 323, 324, 388 

Humble, Lynn P.; 198 

Hume, Forest C; 270, 438 

Hunley, Anna F.; 324, 412 

Hummel, Sandra S.; 438 

Humphries, Mary H.; 438 

Hundley, John B.; 438 

Hunt, Charles E.; 388 

Hunt, Graham H.; 134 

Hunt, Mary A.; 144 

Hunt, Onna K.; 198 

Hunt, Rheta J.; 412 

Hunt, Virginia; 256 

Hunter, Rita G.; 323, 438 

Hunter, Steven C; 438 




Howell, Jerry F.; 213 
Howell, Harold V.; 438 
Howse, Sandra M.; 174, 293 
Hubbard, Elizabeth; 388 
Huber, Carolyn; 144, 268 
Huckel, W. Loe; 321, 359 
Hucker, Wayne L; 197 
Hudson, Cheryl L; 197 
Hudson, Maurice J.; 197 
Huff, Mary J.; 412 
Huff, Millard R.; 388 
Huffman, Donna L.; 438 
Huffman, James R.; 388 
Huffman, Jerry C; 438 
Huffman, Mildred; 255, 438 
Huffstetter, Dave; 340 
Hughes, Deborah A.; 291, 388 
Hughes, Gerald W.; 412 
Hughes, Janet L.; 412 
Hughes, Jimmy D.; 388 
Hughes, Jo Ann; 174 



Huntsberger, Stephen C; 412 
Hupp, Betty A.; 412 
Hursh, Floyd D. ; 270, 438 
Hurst, Michael W.; 198 
Hurst, Nancy E.; 412 
Hurt, Larry B.; 256, 438 
Hurt, Ray E.; 255, 257, 412 
Hurt, Vernon H.; 144 
Hutchins, Betsy L; 438 
Hutchens, Harriet K.; 198 
Hutchins, Freida A„- 314, 412 
Hutchins, Gerald L.; 314, 388 
Hutchens, Harriet K.; 314 
Hutchins, Lois A.; 144 
Hutchinson, Linda S.; 438 
Hutchison, Ronald C; 144 
Hutson, Joan Gail; 120 
Hutton, James H.; 144 
Hutton, Marilyn; 438 
Huffman, Susan V.; 438 
Hyden, Alan J.; 412 



469 



Hyden, Edward R.; 198 
Hydrick, Zethree A.; 438 
HPER CLUB; 272 

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Imhoff, David E. ; 243, 289, 313, 314, 388 

Imparato, Thomas A.; 388 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CLUB; 273 

Ingels, Mary K. ; 99 

Ingram, Jennifer L.; 314, 438 

Ingram, John A.; 287, 388 

Ingram, Linda M.; 188 

Ingram, Paula R.; 388 

Inman, Harold B-; 438 

Insko, James H.; 438 

Ireland, Michael E.; 304, 388 

Irish, Susan Blaine; 116, 287 

Irtz, Frederick G .; 174, 289 

Irvin, Linda K.; 272, 388 

Irvine, Jacqueline S.; 388 

Irwin, James B. ; 438 

Isaacs, Arnold C; 412 

Isaacs, Floyd T.; 438 

Isaacs, John T.; 389 

Isaacs, Leona C; 412 

Ison, Douglas M.; 438 

Ison, Jack; 340 

Ives, Charles B.; 389 

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Jackson, Anna K.; 297, 389 

Jackson, Candy B.; 438 

Carol Jackson; 297 

Jackson, Connie; 438 

Jackson, Gary D.; 438 

Jackson, Ingrid C; 412 

Jackson, James M.; 321 

Jackson, Janice C; 116, 272 

Jackson, Margaret C; 438 

Jackson, Marilynn K.; 198 

Jackson, Mark S.; 412 

Jackson, Robert K.; 271, 389 

Jackson, Sue M.; 412 

Jackson, Virginia L.; 438 

Jackson, William D.; 389 

Jacobs, Fritz F.; 314, 438 

Jacovino, Patrick N.; 174, 225, 234, 298 

Jacubs, Michael D.; 389 

James, Ed; 234, 298 

James, George T.; 145 

James, Judith C; 412 

James, Saundra J.; 438 

Jameson, William C; 174, 273 

Janes, Myrna; 273, 412 

Jansen, Paul S.; 454 

Jarboe, Mary S.; 438 

Jasper, Cecelia R.; 438 

Jasper, Mary L-; 438 

Jasper, Norbert; 438 

Jaysnovitch, Andrew N.; 412 

Jeanes, Iva; 389 

Jedlicka, Karen L.; 389 

Jefferies, Barbara; 237 

Jeffers, Thomas L.; 438 

Jeffries, Barbara A.; 412 

Jeffries, Danny J.; 116 

Jeffries, Kenneth R.; 174, 216, 225 

Jeffries, Linda L.; 389 

Jeffries, Mike R.; 174, 292, 321 

Jeffries, Nancy L; 389 

Jeffries, Paul R.; 412 

Jenkins, Beverly A.; 412 

Jenkins, Charles S.; 389 

Jenkins, Douglas H.; 389 

Jenkins, Douglas Wayland; 116 

Jenkins, Linda A.; 237, 412 

Jennings, Elizabeth G.; 438 

Jennings, Gordon W.; 227, 323 

Jennings, Joseph J.; 438 

Jennings, Mabel W.; 239 

Jennings, Myrena S.; 166 




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Jennings, William T.; 389 

Jerome, David L.; 145, 241 

Jerzak, Charles J.; 145, 322 

Jessee, William K.; 438 

Jett, Amy P.; 257 

Jett, Clinton, Jr.; 412 

Jett, Loraine M.; 389 

Jett, Phillip H.; 438 

Jett, Phronsie M.; 145 

Jett, Wanda; 438 

Jinks, Virginia N.; 187 

Johnson, Bert N.; 413 

Johnson, Beverly A.; 438 

Johnson, Bruce O.; 198 

Johnson, Carol L.; 389 

Johnson, Charles E.; 412 

Johnson, Charlotte; 273, 324, 412 

Johnson, Clarence L.; 454 

Johnson, Dannie L.; 438 

Johnson, Donna F.; 174, 240, 273 

Johnson, Gloria J.; 237, 324, 412 

Johnson, Gregory; 412 

Johnson, Gwendolyn E.; 438 

Johnson, Janice S.; 438 

Johnson, James S.; 412 

Johnson, Jimmy; 412 

Johnson, John W.; 438 

Johnson, Jon K.; 413 

Johnson, Lester; 256 

Johnson, Linda J.; 438 

Johnson, Lorene; 413 

Johnson, Marsha L.; 438 

Johnson, Mary H.; 272, 323, 324, 438 

Johnson, Mary P.; 413 

Johnson, Michael J.; 389 

Johnson, Patricia A.; 272 

Johnson, Ronald W.; 265, 389 



Johnson, Sandra K.; 413 
Johnson, Stephen M.; 389 
Johnston, Michael L-; 413 
Jones, Clarence R.; 255, 389 
Jones, Danny E.; 438 
Jones, David C; 289, 413 
Jones, Donald R.; 438 
Jones, Glenda P.; 145 
Jones, Herbert E.; 438 
Jones, James B.; 413 
Jones, Jan D-; 413 
Jones, John F.; 413 
Jones, Joseph R., Jr.; 389 
Jones, Joyce A.; 389 
Jones, Judy L, 198 
Jones, Karen L„- 389 
Jones, Lonnie C; 306, 413 
Jones, Lowell; 174 
Jones, Michael S.; 413 
Jones, Myrna; 324 
Jones, Norma E.; 198 
Jones, Norman E.; 145 
Jones, Paul D.; 413 

Jones, Pearl; 413 

Jones, Robert G.; 174 

Jones, Robert M.; 438 

Jones, Ronald G.; 438 

Jones, Sandra K.; 199 

Jones, Sanford L.; 270, 413 

Jones, Sharon C; 272, 287, 291, 322, 389 

Jones, Thomas N.; 199, 438 

Jones, Timothy J.; 413 

Jones, Stayce L.; 438 

Jones, William E.; 389 

Jones, William G.; 145, 255 

Jordan, Daniel D.; 348, 413 

Jordan, Earl J.; 321, 362 

Jordan, Kitty A.; 413 

Judson, Richard W.; 246, 298, 323, 413 

Judy, Thomas M.; 145 

Julian, Deanna R.; 199 

Julian, John A.; 145 

Jump, Thomas E.; 439 

Jumonville, Vicki L.; 413 

Jurtsen, Diane M.; 389 

Justice, Donna L.; 413 

Justice, Durunda; 439 

Justice, Clinton D.; 439 

Justice, Gary K.; 413 

Justice, Norma J.; 389 

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Kaiber, James Darrell; 116 
Kalb, Mary A.; 259, 313, 389 
Kanatzar, David W. : 145 
Kanzinger, Robert C; 413 
KAPPA DELTA PI; 239 
KAPPA PI; 242 
Karnes, George R.; 273 
Katz, Elka S.; 439 
Kaufman, Herbert W. ; 389 
Kaufman, Ronald L.; 439 
Kauffmann, Bruce P.; 389 
Kavana, James E.; 389 
Kavanaugh, Chester M.; 439 
Kearns, Kathryn F.; 311, 389 
Keebler, Kenneth P.; 246, 313 
Keen, Johnny R.; 389 
Keen, Karol Y.; 413 
Keene, Carolyn K.; 145 
Keeney, Norbert S.; 174 
Keeton, Ruth A.; 145 
Keeton, William R„ II; 199 
Keith, Michael S.; 439 
Keith, Sally J.; 389 
Keller, Deborah L.; 439 
Keller, John M.; 199 
Kelley, Christopher L.; 439 
Kelley, Dennis W.; 295, 389 
Keller, Gary L; 389 



470 



Kelly, Judy A.; 174 

Kelly, Malcolm H.; 439 

Kelly, Paul E., II; 389 

Kemp, Karl; 164 

Kemp, Margaret E.; 413 

Kemp, Stephen K.; 174 

Kemper, Alberta J.; 439 

Kemper, Betty L; 413 

Kemper, Donna R.; 413 

Kemper, Michale E.; 256, 439 

Kendall, Carl M.; 413 

Kendall, Kathryn J.; 255, 439 

Kendrick, Gary W.; 439 

Kendrick, George B.; 413 

Kenley, Margaret Lynn; 120 

Kennan, John D.; 413 

Kennedy, E. B. Patrick; 413 

Kennedy, James F.; 439 

Kennedy, Jennifer L.; 439 

Kennedy, Roger L-; 439 

Kent, Danny; 330 

Kenter, Herbert, III; 439 

Kerr, Vicki L; 439 

Ketron, Karen D.; 439 

Keukne, Ed; 340 

Kidd, Barbara J.; 389 

Kidd, Karen C; 145 

Kidd, Kathy; 321 

Kidd, Roy; 340 

Kidd, Victor J. ; 389 

Kiefer, Robert; 268, 389 

Kiefer, Ruth A.; 313, 413 

Kik, David M. ; 145, 255, 270 

Kilroy, Patrick H. ; 116, 273 

Killion, Bradley E.; 439 

Kim, Dr. S. J.; 271 

Kimble, Beverly A.; 439 

Kimbrough, Jill L; 413 

Kincaid, David; 120, 273 

Kincaid, Joyce F, ; 439 

Kincaid, Wilburn R. ; 145 

Kincer, Terry W.; 199 

Kinder, Judy L.; 439 

Kineer, Garnard C, Jr.; 389 

King, Becky; 293, 325 

King, Carol R. ; 297, 389 

King, Cheryl A.; 257, 31 1, 439 

King, Gail E.; 413 

King, Gary S.; 298, 323, 413 

King, Jerry K.; 413 

King, John G.; 389 

King, Michael C; 199 

King, Rebecca S.; 199 

King, Robert G.; 242 

King, Roy W.; 199, 320 

Kinker, Mary A.; 269, 390 

Kinman, Philip; 439 

Kinnaird, Mary K.; 439 

Kinney, Martha S.; 390 

Kinter, Betty J.; 390 

Kiper, Robert L; 145 

Kipp, Catherine A.; 439 

Kirby, Dinah M.; 413 

Kirk, Ann C; 270, 390 

Kirkpatrick, Dot; 259 

Kirsch, Janet; 390 

Kirsch, Joann; 439 

Kissler, Donald C; 413 

Klaber, Alice F.; 413 

Klamo, Jo A.; 439 

Klave, Joyce G.; 145 

Kleckner, Karen L; 293, 305, 331, 390 

Klein, William R. ; 146, 255 

Klenk, Gary G.; 413 

Klingensmith, Sue A.; 413 

Klingler, Patricia A.; 439 

Klinglesmith, Daryl L; 439 

Knauer, Phil; 321, 340 

Knepper, Christine; 322, 390 

Knight, William P.; 413 

Knuckles, Larry G.; 439 



Koepp, Charles; 362, 390 
Koger, Joe B.; 268, 390 
Koger, Kathy J.; 439 
Koller, Laurie K-; 413 
Kooi, Warren J.; 413 
Koppenhoefer, Greg R-; 174 
Kornfeld, Stephen G.; 413 
Kornhoff, Karen A.; 199, 325 
Kosfeld, Karen A.; 390 
Kottmyer, Linda A.; 413 
Kottmyer, Sherry A.; 390 
Kovac, Marsha L; 146, 312 
Kraiss, Jerry; 352, 439 
Kranz, Katherine L.; 439 
Krasinski, David C; 146, 290 
Kratch, Laura A ; 259, 439 
Kraus, Robert G.; 413 
Krebs, David Wm.; 413 
Kremer, Dave R.; 413 
Kriel, Paula M.; 439 
Kring, Charles C; 439 
Kringle, Marcey; 413 
Krueger, Alan C.j 356, 439 
Kukielka, Judith A., 439 
Kulina, Alexis J.; 146 
Kumler, Robert L.; 175, 289, 327 
Kunkel, Jane S.; 439 
Kunst, Krisand L.; 439 
Kurz, James A.; 146, 292 
Kutchback, Toni K. ; 246, 259, 390 
KYMA CLUB; 322 

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Lacey, Jennifer S.; 199, 324, 325 

Lackey, John M. ; 390 

Ladd, Robert; 123 

Ladenburger, Linda Z.; 174 

Ladenburger, Nick A.; 199 

LaFontaine, Deborah J.; 439 

LaHue, Jack A.; 390 

Lainhart, Aaron D.; 439 

Laird, Carol A.; 390 

Lakes, Melvin; 390 

Lakes, Ronnie D., 390 

Lamb, Peggy J. ; 181 

Lambert, Janice E.; 413 

LaMonda, Jane L.; 439 

Lamping, John H.; 147 

Lampkin, Clarence T.; 199, 321, 362 

Landereld, Margaret A.; 390 

Landen, Mary A.; 413 

Landrum, Nancy K.; 413 

Lane, James R. ; 199, 218, 226, 234, 241, 294 

Lanfersick, Tim B.; 413 

Lang, Bruce; 356 

Langdon, Betty A.; 413 

Langdon, Carol J.; 413 

Langdon, Marie; 175 

Langdon, Ruby; 414 

Lanier, Yolanda; 390 

LaPorta, Bob P.; 414 

Larese, Larry J,; 390 

LaRosa, Patricia A.; 305, 414 

Laswell, Brent R.; 439 

Lathrop, James B.; 265, 390 

Latimer, Betty J.; 257, 439 

Lattimore, Harold W. ; 390 

Laux, Robert B.; 414 

Lavallee, Suzanne; 439 

Law, Eleanor J., 314, 322, 414 

Lawless, Constance E.; 439 

Lawrence, Bob; 255 

Lawrence, Rita A.; 390 

Lawrence, Steven W.; 390 

Lawson, Barbara E.; 390 

Lawson, Judy L.; 182 

Lawson, Karen S.; 199, 239 

Lawson, Kenneth R.; 146, 290 

Lawson, Linda A.; 147 

Lawson, Mildred A.; 439 

Lawson, Nedra S.; 414 



Lawson, Patricia E.; 330, 439 

Lawson, Patsy L.; 414 

Lawson, Rebecca J.; 439 

Lawson, Rosemary; 147 

Lawson, Thelma S.; 414 

Laycock, Michael G.; 255, 439 

Layford, Mary J.; 439 

Layman, Gary L.; 414 

Layman, Joseph E.; 273 

Layton, David K.; 175, 234, 241 

Lea, Susan P.; 439 

Leach, Michael D. ; 273, 440 

Leahy, Patricia A.; 440 

Leake, John C; 273, 440 

Lear, Agnes; 390 

Lear, Marcella; 440 

Leathers, Judy R.; 414 

LeCompte, Linda; 414 

Ledford, James P.; 320, 390 

Ledford, Jerry A.; 147, 271 

Ledford, Judi; 327, 390 

Ledford, Ken; 390 

Ledford, Ronald M.; 440 

Ledford, William H.; 390 

Lee, Charles A.; 147 

Lee, David M.; 390 

Lee, Eric W.; 257, 304, 305, 440 

Lee, James A.; 186 

Lee, Joyce A , 147, 305, 325, 327 

Lee, Lewis E.; 414 

Lee, Princeas P.; 440 

Lee, Reed A.; 1 99 

Lee, Roy D. Jr.; 414 

Lee, R. Truett; 175, 227 

Leet, Michael I.; 390 

Legel, Linda C; 414 

Legore, Luane Ruth; 120 

LeMaster, Carolyn K.,- 390 

LeMaster, Philip H.; 440 

LeMaster, Rebekah R.; 440 

Lenz, Harry E.; 175, 321, 340 

Lerman, Bob; 340 

Lesak, William E.; 295, 414 

Leslie, Antoinette; 414 

Lethgo, Nancy L.; 440 

Lewandowski, Christina H.; 414 

Lewis, Barbara B.; 269, 325 

Lewis, Barbara E.; 147 

Lewis, Bruce A.; 290, 440 

Lewis, Carolyn S.; 390 

Lewis, Clyde; 104 

Lewis, Georgia A.; 440 

Lewis, James M.; 440 

Lewis, Janet C; 147 

Lewis, John H.; 1 47 

Lewis, Mary A.; 440 

Lewis, Nancy J.; 83, 135, 175, 291, 305, 325 

Lewis, Peggy J.; 199 

Lewis, Stephen D.; 414 

Lewis, Stephen S.; 440 

Lewis, Steve J.; 440 

Lewis, Thomas A.; 414 

Lewis, William B.; 390 

Levy, Marilyn R.; 440 

Libbey, Joyce M.; 213 

Lierman, Janice G.; 147 

Lieske, Coleen S.; 440 

Lightner, Gary L.; 390 

Ligon, Michael G.; 414 

Like, Dorothy A.; 414 

Lincicome, Linda L.; 390 

Lindon, Alene; 390 

Lindsey, Lee A.; 414 

Lindsey, Mary L.; 175, 240 

Lindsey, Susan D.; 414 

Ling, Dennis A.; 255, 256, 390 

Link, John W.; 175 

Lippert, Janice F.; 440, 454 

Lise, Richard; 273 

Lisi, Richard R.; 414 

Liter, Field W.; 273 



471 



Litten, Earl W.; 271 

Litteral, Carolyn S.; 311, 440 

Little, Barbara A.; 414 

Little, Celestine A.; 440 

Little, Phyllis D.; 414 

LITTLE COLONELS; 322 

Litton, Earl W. ; 390 

Litzenberger, Sue; 390 

Lloyd, Calvin M. ; 414 

Lloyd, David M.; 440 

Lockard, A. Lynn; 199, 293 

Locke, Cyndy J.; 324, 327, 414 

Lockhart, Patricia O.; 440 

Locknane, Dallas L.; 440 

Locknane, Linda G.; 147, 296 

Lockridge, Billy; 101 

Lockwood, Ann E.; 313, 440 

Lockwood, John S.; 256, 390 

Lodge, John H.; 314, 391 

Lodwick, David L.; 147,290 

Loesch, Pamela S.; 175 

Loewenstine, Carl E.; 391 

Logan, Ann S.; 272, 414 

Logan, Bonnie L.; 391 

Logan, Revella A.; 440 

Logan, Wesley G.; 440 

Logsdon, Bob; 320, 391 

Logsdon, James O.; 320 

Logsdon, Susan R.; 440 

London, Charles J.; 440 

Lonergan, Thomas M.; 454 

Long, Donald E.; 175 

Long, Douglas K-; 440 

Long, Janet E.; 273, 414 

Long, Janis A.; 440 

Long, Larry M.; 440 

Long, Linda L; 391 

Long, Ray R.; 414 

Long, Robert; 218 

Long, Vicke R. ; 270, 391 

Long, William L.; 312, 414 

Lonneman, George H.; 147 

Loose, David C; 147 

Lopanzanski, Judith; 147, 242 

Loughmiller, Michael R.; 414 

Loveless, Carrie M.; 391 

Lovell, Mary S.; 391 

Lovell, Susan E.; 257, 258, 414 

Lovins, Randy D.; 440 

Lowe, David C; 289, 391 

Lowe, James L-; 391 

Lowe, Jeanette R.; 391 

Lowe, Patti L.; 414 

Lowell, James; 295 

Lowhorn, Loretta A.; 414 

Lucas, Barbara A.; 440 

Ludwick, David L.; 270 

Lundergan, Susan; 440 

Lundy, Paul D.; 440 

Lunford, James B.; 256, 270 

Lunsford, Carolyn; 270, 324, 391 

Lusk, Rhoda B.; 391 

Lutes, Carolyn E.; 273, 440 

LUTHERAN STUDENTS; 313 

Luxon, Kenneth G ; 270, 440 

Lynch, Boyd L; 348, 414 

Lynch, Patricia A. ; 305, 330, 391 

Lynn, Charlotte G.; 440 

Lynster, Richard W.; 414 

Lyons, Dwight K.; 311 

Lyons, Glenn E.; 440 

Lyons, Jack L.; 440 

Lyons, Linda C; 272, 441 

Lyons, Linda L.; 391 

Lyon, Marlene E.; 440 

Lyster, Wayne G. Ill; 414 

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MacDonald, Daniel M.; 415 
MacDonald, David L.; 415 



McAnelly, Judith A.; 441 

McAfee, Cheryl L.; 441 

McAfee, Ernest C; 414 

McAlister, Fonda L.; 86, 148, 238, 255, 322 

McBrayer, Carroll S.; 391 

McBrayer, Elizabeth A.; 441 

McBrayer, Scott; 295 

McBride, Sharon K.; 147, 296, 314 

McCallough, Don; 359 

McCann, Thomas; 234 

McCarthy, Patrick W.; 441 

McCarty, Sherri A.; 293, 391 

McCauley, Betty P.; 147, 322 

McCauley, Gloria J.; 269, 391 

McCauley, Mary K.; 414 

McCaw, William C; 441 

McChesney, James; 186 

McChord, Danny S.; 414 

McClain, Michael D.; 289, 415 

McClish, Dennis E.; 415 

McCloud, Ronald B.; 340, 415 

McCloud, Robert W. ; 441 

McConnell, William; 219 

McCoy, Dustan E.; 441 

McCoy, Ronald G.; 415 

McCoy, Sheila L; 148 

McCreary, Doris J.; 441 

McCrystal, Carlanne; 441 

McCubbin, Mary L.; 391 

McDade, Sandra C; 441 

McDaniel, Kay; 441 

McDaniel, Randy L.; 415 

McDaniels, James L.; 175, 265, 320 

McDevitt, Nancy P.; 441 

McDevitt, Trish E.; 441 

McDonald, Byron D.; 441 

McDonald, Donna J.; 441 

McDonald, Jeffrey G.; 256, 441 

McDonald, Lynda K.; 415 

McDonald, Robert F.; 175, 320 

McDowell, Karol S.; 441 

McDowell, Susan B.; 148 

McDowell, Vicki G.; 415 

McDowell, Yvonne; 148, 238, 246, 255, 296 

McDuffee, James R.; 148 

McElwee, Andrea, 454 

McFall, Ben P., Jr.; 176, 241 

McFalls, Bill; 256 

McFarlan, Skip, 289 

McFarlan, Oran S.; 176, 273 

McFarland, Anna; 272 

McFarland, Cecil D.; 415 

McFarland, Paul F.; 148 

McGee, Elizabeth K.; 441 

McGee, Sharon G.; 441 

McGinnis, Rita; 272, 293 

McGlasson, Alvin G.; 133 

McGlasson, Mary; 269 

McGowan, Becky E.; 441 

McGowan, George M.; 391 

McGowan, James H.; 216, 226, 239 

McGrew, Jean L.; 441 

McGuire, Charles F.; 176 

McGuire, Jane C; 441 

McGuire, Edward J.; 391 

McGuire, Rev. John J.; 313 

McGuire, Valorie I.; 441 

McHone, Charlotte R.; 415 

Mcllvaine, Alex G.; 163 

Mcintosh, Cherie L.; 415 

Mcintosh, Jennifer J.; 441 

McKay, Jeffrey C; 255, 256, 257, 311 

McKeever, Jon T.; 441 

McKenzie, Gregory A.; 441 

McKillip, Gary L; 268, 415 

McKinney, Danny; 441 

McKinney, David F.; 148, 304, 306, 331 

McKinney, Jane C; 391 

McKinney, Maureen L.; 269, 391 

McKinney, Michael C; 391 



McKinney, Roger D.; 273 
McKinney, Stephanie; 148, 227, 331 
McKitric, Eloisa J.; 272, 323 
McLaughlin, Arthur L.; 272, 324 
McLemore, Marilyn K.; 441 
McMillin, Kathy J.; 272, 415 
McMullen, Frank, 305 
McMullin, Kathleen A.; 415 
McNamara, Sonny W., 305 
McNeil, Kathryn F.; 237, 415 
McNay, Helen M.; 441 
McNeil, William D.; 441 
McNorgan, Georgia W.; 441 
McQuerry, Gordon C; 441 
McQuinn, Phyllis J.; 272, 441 
McWhorter, Paulette; 322, 415 

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Macy, Rebecca J.; 441 

Maddox, Michael G-; 441 

Madison, Janice; 272, 441 

Maeder, Susan K.; 322 

Matter, Rodman; 176 

Maggard, Bill, Jr.; 243, 246, 311, 314, 322, 391 

Maggard, Deborah J.; 441 

Maggard, Eddie, 288 

Maggard, Mary L.; 148 

Maggard, William E.; 176 

Mahan, David F. ; 391 

Mahan, Patricia; 391 

Mahan, Peggy E.; 272, 391 

Mahan, Robert C; 415 

Maher, Marcia A.; 415 

Maher, Thomas G.; 148 

Moinous, Lester L.; 391 

Majkot, Kenneth R.; 148 

Major, Kirby H.; 391 

Malatesta, Winnie A.; 441 

Maley, Michael E. ; 391 

Moloney, Robert C; 441 

Moloney, Ronald K.; 176, 320 

Mancik, Michael A.; 454 

Mancuso, Donna R.; 441 

Mangus, William M.; 441 

Manion, William P.; 441 

Mann, Barbara J.; 441 

Mann, Donna J.; 441 

Mann, Marion K; 415 

Mannen, Julianne; 272 

Mannen, Peggy; 82, 321, 391, 395 

Mannen, Tony; 255, 268, 391 

Manning, Gerald S.; 415 

Manns, Lois A.; 391 

Marcum, Charlene; 255 

Marcum, Dorothy E.; 391 

Marcum, Gladys C; 415 

Marcum, Glenda J.; 441 

Marcum, James C; 323, 415 

Marcum, James H.; 323, 415 

Marcum, Jimmy; 268, 323 

Marcum, Robert; 454 

Marinaro, Arthur F.; 454 

Marinaro, Robert K.; 454 

Marino, Catherine L.; 201 

Martin, Linda L.; 454 

Marks, Pamela S.; 441 

Marksberry, William L; 415 

Markus, Terry L.; 441 

Marlello, Michael J.; 441 

Marlett, Kelby S.; 454 

Marlette, Wade E.; 127 

Marlowe, Beverly A.; 441 

Marmie, Paul R.; 415 

Marmillot, Cheryl L.; 327, 415 

Marquis, Gregory T.; 272, 321, 356, 415 

Marr, James D.; 201 

Marra, Charles R.; 391 

Marsh, Aaron; 340 

Marsh, Nancy L; 201 

Marshall, Barry J.; 415 



472 




Marshall, Gregory L; 415 

Marshall, Glenn; 359 

Marshall, Judy; 324 

Marshall, Mary J.; 441 

Marshall, Ted A.; 135, 148, 248, 288 

Marshall, William T.; 441 

Martell, David R.; 290, 391 

Martin, Anita C; 201 

Martin, Anna L.; 441 

Martin, David F.; 391 

Martin, Dennis M-; 441 

Martin, Duane M.; 176 

Martin, Florence J.; 201 

Martin, Frances A.; 272 

Martin, Gerald L; 415 

Martin, Henry G.; 98 

Martin, James D.; 176, 292, 321 

Martin, James S.; 176 

Martin, James T.; 441 

Martin, Judith K.; 391 

Martin, Judy W.; 176 

Martin, Lawrence O.; 101 

Martin, Michael; 391 

Martin, Nancy L; 291, 391 

Martin, Norman A.; 441 

Martin, Patricia F.; 415 

Martin, Patty L; 415 

Martin, Roberta K.; 442 

Martin, Robert R.; 92, 93, 94 

Martin, Mrs. Robert R.; 94 

Martin, Sandra; 272, 415 

Martin, Thomas R.; 392 

Martinek, Margie; 415 



Martinez, Eugene; 123 

Mortons, Sam V.; 272, 392 

Mason, Edwin M.; 415 

Mason, Glenn F.; 176, 298 

Mason, Jayne A.; 442 

Mason, Joyce E.; 81, 246, 296, 305, 392 

Mason, Kent A.; 304, 305, 392 

Mason, Larry M.; 392 

Mason, Lawrence E.; 415 

Massey, Eugene V.; 392 

Mastin, Audrey; 415 

Matchett, Kathleen A.; 442 

Mathis, William D. ; 392 

Matlock, Ken; 392 

Matney, Jack; 415 

Matsumoto, Michiko; 213 

Matthews, Linda S.; 392 

Matthews, Mary J.; 442 

Matthews, Mary L.; 392 

Mattingly, Marion C; 442 

Maurer, Henry H.; 248, 392 

Mautner, John J.; 289, 392 

Maxwell, Francine E.; 323, 442 

May, Donna L.; 392 

May, Warren A.; 392 

May, Warren A.; 273 

May, William F.; 256, 442 

Mayfield, July G., 442 

Mayo, Ann; 442 

Mays, Billie Y.; 392 

Mays, Dana S.; 442 

Mays, Roger C; 442 

Mays, Stevie H.; 442 



Mead, Sheila; 415 
Meade, Gregory J.; 320 
Meade, K. Rodger; 320 
Meadows, Marvin D.; 442 
Meadows, Mildred; 442 
Medaris, Jere S.; 442 
Medley, Ginger A.; 442 
Meece, Beverly S.; 442 
Meeks, David L; 415 
Meeks, David M.; 165 
Meenach, Robert D.; 415 
Meese, Jimmie; 268 
Mefford, Dale G.; 442 
Mefford, Gary L., 392 
Meier, James A.; 176 
Meier, Karen J.; 255, 268, 392 
Meiman, Robert G.; 176 
Meisenheimer, John; 131 
Meisenhelmer, John L.; 270 
Melius, Everett C; 392 
Mellul, Daniel; 292, 392 
Melody, Patricia L.; 127, 255 
Melton, David; 148, 234, 298, 323 
Melton, Genevieve; 314, 392 
Mercer, Henry T.; 415 
Mercer, Thomas R.; 442 
Merrifield, Michael A.; 415 
Merrill, Gregory O.; 201 
Merrill, John W. ; 442 
Merrill, Patricia M. ; 201 
Merritt, Chelsea C; 415 
Messinger, Joyce Y.; 392 
Messmer, Richard C; 442 



473 



Metcalf, Leo J.; 415 

Metelits, Merle L; 293, 415 

Metzger, Charles; 321, 340 

Metzger, Denise A.; 259, 293, 322, 415 

Metzler, Victor A.; 176 

Meyer, Janet; 272 

Meyer, Janet G.; 392 

Meyer, Joe; 362 

Meyer, Naomi F.; 392 

Meyers, Stephen L; 442 

Meyers, Susan J.; 443 

Middleton, Beverly A.; 392 

Mielcarek, Terry C; 442 

Mike, Elizabeth; 392 

Milburn, Martin C.J 442 

Milburn, Rex E.; 415 

Miles, Barbara L; 272, 305, 392 

Miles, Patricia A.; 148 

Miles, Phyllis; 272 

Miles, Susan L.; 442 

Miller, Ann; 321 

Miller, Barbara J.; 415 

Miller, Beatrice; 442 

Miller, Carol M.; 415 

Miller, Dennis; 320 

Miller, Craig P..; 442 

Miller, Dennis A.; 442 

Miller, Doris J.; 272, 442 

Miller, G. B.; 415 

Miller, James A.; 176 

Miller, James P.; 356, 442 

Miller, Jayne E.; 442 

Miller, John T.; 442 

Miller, Julia H.; 176, 240 

Miller, Julia J.; 239 

Miller, Kelly F.; 454 

Miller, J. Kenneth; 148 

Miller, Larrell R.; 176 

Miller, Larry E.; 442 

Miller, Linda K.; 415 

Miller, Lucille; 442 

Miller, Mary J.; 415 

Miller, Orville D.; 176 

Miller, Pamela K. ; 392 

Miller, Pamela M.; 442 

Miller, Reba L.; 415 

Miller, Regenia A.; 415 

Miller, Regina L.; 148, 239, 311 

Miller, Rheba; 237 

Miller, Robert L; 442 

Miller, Shelbie J.; 442 

Miller, Stephen R.; 304, 305, 422 

Miller, Thomas K.; 392 

Milligan, Kristi L; 293, 392 

Mills, Denver R.; 416 

Mills, Deona F.; 201 
Mills, Don B. ; 324 

Mills, Eilene; 201 

Mills, Freddie L.; 392 

Mills, James A.; 270, 392 

Mills, Janas; 120 

Mills, Judy A.; 269, 392 

Mills, Opal A.; 148, 296 

Mills, Robert E.; 320, 416 

Miltko, C. Michael; 424, 442 

Mims, Daryle A.; 177 

Mims, Russell R.; 255, 442 

Minch, Gary L.; 416 

Miner, James A.; 442 

Mink, Darryl M.; 295, 392 

Minish, P. Lynne; 442 

Minnich, Deborah L-; 442 

Minor, Don; 321, 340 

Minter, Rita D.; 416 

Minton, Glenda L.; 392 

Miracle, Phyllis K.; 442 

Miracle, Ronald E.; 148 

Mistier, Alan F.; 416 

Mitchell, Ann S.; 148, 226, 325 

Mitchell, Danny W.; 295, 392 



Mitchell, Karen L. ; 416 

Mitchell, Margaret E.; 149, 311 

Mitchell, Martin V.; 442 

Mitchell, Mary F.; 257 

Mitchell, Pamela L; 392 

Mobley, Carolyn; 416 

Moberly, Dorothy F.; 149 

Mobley, Geraldine; 442 

Moberly, James J.; 321, 340 

Moberly, Pamela A.; 201, 272 

Moberly, Sue K.; 296, 392 

Moesker, Joseph A.; 149, 270 

Moeves, Edward C; 392 

Moffitt, Jeff D.; 416 

Molyneaux, Betty E.; 293, 392 

Molyneaux, Julia A.; 442 

Monacelli, Michael T.; 442 

Monarch, Rebecca S.; 442 

Money, James B.; 416 

Money, Max L.; 442 

Monfort, Robert D.; 416 

Monical, Veva M.; 392 

Monnier, Judy M.; 416 

Monoghan, Robert Wm.; 416 

Monson, Jill C; 416 

Montgomery, Michael C; 392 

Moody, Brenda J.; 442 

Moody, Tommy; 320, 442 

Mooney, John; 416 

Moore, Alma R.; 416 

Moore, Ann B.; 257, 442 

Moore, Barbara A.; 201 

Moore, Bobbie L.; 416 

Moore, Bonnie J.; 454 

Moore, Clay P.; 177 

Moore, Colleen D.; 272, 311, 392 

Moore, Diana; 257, 323, 442 

Moore, Diane H.; 248, 273, 296, 324, 393 

Moore, Don; 321, 340 

Moore, Doris M-; 416 

Moore, Gary W. ; 255 

Moore, John J.; 442 

Moore, John P.; 177 

Moore, John R.; 324, 443 

Moore, Judy A.; 393 

Moore, Linda S.; 443 

Moore, Lydia C; 272, 443 

Moore, Mary; 416 

Moore, Michael; 393 

Moore, Porter H.; 177 

Moore, Ruth A.; 201 

Moore, Ruth A.; 239 

Moore, Sharon C; 201, 239, 246, 325 

Moore, Talia E.; 182 

Moore, Teresa K.; 416 

Moore, W. Michael; 272 

Moore, William R.; 393 

Moorer, Susanne; 393 

Moorer, Susanne; 269 

Moores, Candice A.; 416 

Moores, Vicki; 393 

Moores, William C; 443 

Moran, Marsha L.; 443 

Moreland, Jack M.; 393 

Moreland, Judy A.; 443 

Moreland, Patricia D.; 443 

Morgan, Daniel W.; 242, 393 

Morgan, Glenda G.; 416 

Morgan, Larry W.; 320, 393 

Morgan, Marilyn E.; 443 

Morgan, Michael A.; 416 

Morgan, Rita G.; 256, 257 

Morgan, Robert W., Jr.; 149, 311 

Morgan, Sandra S.; 201 

Morgan, Susan C; 443 

Morgeson, Leslie R.; 443 

Morphy, Lawrence D.; 393 

Morra, John M.; 149 

Morris, Bonnie L.; 416 

Morris, Harry L.; 393 



Morris, Howard R.; 393 

Morris, Kathy; 149, 270 

Morris, Larry K.; 443 

Morris, Lawrence Wm.; 416 

Morris, Linda G.; 443 

Morris, Roger L.; 149 

Morris, Wythe C; 268, 416 

Morrison, Janet S.; 201 

Morrison, Audrey J.; 416 

Morrison, Nita E.; 393 

Morrison, Robert E.; 218, 241 

Morse, Eugene Alvin; 120 

Mort, Sharynn N.; 393 

Moser, Patti A.; 313, 443 

Moses, P. Lynn; 443 

Mosher, Craig R.; 443 

Mosley, Gary L.; 393 

Mosley, Gene H.; 320, 393 

Mosley, Ted; 393 

Moss, Gary T.; 443 

Motley, John R.; 273, 393 

Mounce, Carolyn S.; 393 

Mountz, Edsel R.; 167, 273 

Moverly, Deborah L; 201 

Moyer, Joseph Wm.; 416 

Muff, Lois F.; 201, 311 

Muff, Sharon L.; 416 

Mullins, Fredrick B.; 149, 222, 325, 443 

Mullins, Gary W.; 443 

Mullins, Helen F.; 269, 311, 393 

Mullins, Jamie L; 237, 322, 416 

Mullins, James L.; 149 

Mullins, Kenneth L; 443 

Mullins, Rodney E.; 416 

Mullins, Vicki L; 258, 311, 416 

Mullins, W. Scott; 416 

Mumme, John S.; 416 

Munch, Roger J.; 443 

Muncy, Allan, 306 

Muncy, Christopher A.; 393 

Muncy, Linda L.; 416 

Mundey, Fred K.; 269, 416 

Munn, Michael D.; 298, 323, 416 

Munsey, Joyce L.; 149 

Muntz, Charles E.; 213 

Murphy, Addie L.; 149, 270 

Murphy, Beverly E.; 393 

Murphy, Carolyn M.; 149, 226, 239, 270 

Murphy, Eva S.; 201 

Murphy, Frank A.; 202 

Murphy, James P.; 202 

Murphy, James R.; 416 

Murphy, James T.; 100 

Murphy, Kathleen D.; 393 

Murphy, Linda L.; 443 

Murphy, Mary A.; 393 

Murphy, Michael; 393 

Murphy, Sandy; 149, 243 

Murphy, Terry L.; 362, 393 

Murphy, Tom; 340 

Murphy, Wallace R.; 416 

Murphy, Walt; 340 

Murphy, Walter R.; 321, 393 

Murray, Angela G.; 416 

Murray, Jackie S.; 443 

Murray, Linda C; 149 

Murray, Roger A.; 393 

Murray, Sharon L.; 393 

Murrell, Charles W.; 443 

Musgrave, Thomas R.; 288, 393 

Muskopf, Ann L; 259, 416 

Musso, Nick V.; 149 

Myers, Charles S.; 255, 393 

Myers, Edwin E.; 443 

Myers, Ellen E.; 443 

Myers, Jackie D.; 454 

Myers, Marie M.; 416 

Myers, Patricia G.; 443 

Myers, Thomas D.; 97 

Myers, Thomas E.; Ill 



474 



Mylum, Dixie B. ; 323 
Mynk, Marda G-; 443 
Mynk, Michael T.; 416 
Mynk, Terry; 320 

-N- 

Nadler, Thomas E.; 202 

Nalley, Donald M., 306, 416 

Nance, Rebecca S.; 443 

Nantz, Michael W.; 294, 416 

Nantz, Sandra; 443 

Narducci, Paul F.i 202, 272, 321 

Naticchioni, Carolyn; 272, 443 

Navarre, Donna F.; 149 

Naylor, Lonnie C; 443 

Nead, Elizabeth A.; 202, 239 

Neal, Linda S.; 393 

Neal, Molly K.; 443 

Neal, Paula L; 324, 443 

Neale, Sue A.; 393 

Necessary, Jerry D.; 416 

Needy, Rita E.; 243, 393 

Nelson, Doris E.; 202 

Nelson, Charles; 123 

Nelson, Kathleen S.; 202 

Nelson, Ken; 362 

Nelson, Linda; 272 

Nelson, Richard E.; 393 

Nelson, Thomas W. ; 177 

Newberry, Richard E.; 177, 228 

Newcomb, Sam H.; 416 

Newell, Patricia B.; 297, 378, 393 

Newell, Patricia S.; 322 

Newkirk, Michael C; 443 

Newland, Timothy B.; 271 

Newman Club; 31 3 

Newman, Connie A.; 393 

Newman, Linda Jovino, 120 

Newman, Richard A.; 416 

Newsome, Deborah R.; 202, 229, 239 

Newsome, Shirley A.; 272, 393 

Newton, Peggy A.; 443 

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cely, Raymonde; 255, 257 

cholas, Patricia A.; 416 

chols, Brenda J.; 149 

chols, Donna J.; 273, 393 

chols, Jimmy; 352 

chols, Jo A.; 393 

chols, Linda G.; 323, 443 

chols, Linda S.; 272, 323, 443 

chols, Patricia; 272 

chols, Philip A.; 393 

ckell, Barbara J.; 270, 393 

ckell, Marcia D. ; 443 

elsen, Bruce T.; 202 

emeier, Robert B.; 416 

emeyer, Frank B.; 443 

les, Laura; 237, 246, 293, 416 

noska, Cabrejos; 324 

x, Adrian R. ; 202, 272 

xon, William; 241 
Noble, Dale A.; 393 
Noble, Gwen A.; 443 
Noble, Madonna K. ; 202, 305, 325 
Nockerts, Beverly A.; 416 
Noe, George W. ; 149, 217, 228, 234, 257 
Noel, David; 324 
Noel, William D. ; 177, 273 
Nolte, Paul R.; 242, 268, 289, 393 
Nolting, Dennis R. ; 289, 311, 416 
Noonan, Kathleen M.; 443 
Nordheim, Danny; 444 
Norfleet, Lynda, 454 
Norman, David S.; 444 
Norman, Gary B.; 273, 393 
North, Diann B.; 202 
Northcutt, Donna J.; 444 
Northcutt, Jane N.; 203 
Northcutt, Paul A.; 150 
Nour, Ronald A.; 177 




Nugent, Milton B.; 444 

Nuhn. Nancy J.; 272, 393 

Nunn, Linda G .; 272, 297, 393 

Nunn, Loute B.; 92 

Nussbaum, Charles T.; 444 

Nutter, Philip S.; 203 

Nygren, Michael E.; 295, 393 

Nyulassy, Arnold C; 203, 219, 321, 359 

-O- 

Oatley, Douglas W.j 256, 416 

O'Connell, Hugh G. ; 177 

O'Connell, Richard W.; 304 

Odle, Merle R.; 416 

O'Donnell, William F.; 94 

O'Donnell, Mrs. William F.; 94 

Oerther, Robert L.; 150 

Ogdon, Barry M.; 444 

O'Hara, Mary A.; 393 

Okeson, Jeffrey P.; 270, 288, 393 

Okeson, Steven W.; 270, 288, 378, 383 

Olin, Judy C, 255, 256, 393 

dinger, Sharon L.; 416 

Oliver, Douglas; 150 

Oliver, Gwendolyn L.; 393 

Oliver, Patricia B., 416 

Olshanski, Patricia A.; 417 

OMICRON ALPHA KAPPA; 234 

O'Neal, Danny W.; 273, 320, 393 

O'Neil, Peggy A., 444 

O'Neill, Kathleen E.; 417 

O'Rea, Eric V.; 444 

Orendorff, John A.; 356, 444 



Oreskovic, Charles; 203 

Orme, Carolyn K.; 444 

Osborn, Jean L.; 150, 242 

Osborn, Jim B., 256, 257, 258 

Osborn, Roberta A., 327, 444 

Osborne, Carolyn J.; 150 

Osborne, Chip, 306 

Osborne, Gary L.; 417 

Osborne, Hershel; 268 

Osborne, Judy L-; 150 

Osborne, Larry S.; 417 

Osborne, Leonard S.; 417 

Osborne, Michael W.; 393 

Osborne, Rita J.; 393 

Osborne, Robert G.; 203, 228, 241, 298, 323 

Osborne, Shirley S.; 203 

Ott, Glenn A.; 417 

Oursler, David N. ; 177 

Overstreet, Charles E. ; 177, 265 

Owen, Rebecca S.; 394 

Owens, Constance E.; 444 

Owens, Mava J.; 444 

Owens, Sue Anne; 87, 293, 394 

Owens, Teresa L.; 444 

-P- 

Pace, Arthur G.; 394 
Pace, Audeen; 314, 444 
Pace, Jane A. ; 272 
Pace, Johnny L.; 417 
Pack, David L.; 394 
Pack, Richard M.; 444 
Paff, Kay C; 269, 417 



475 



Page, Kenneth D.; 394 
Pahner, Michael W. ; 177, 290 
Palmer, Charles M.; 394 
Palmer, Jane A.; 417 
Palmer, Palsy A.; 248, 296, 417 
Palmer, William L; 444 
Palmer, Wilson; 92 
Palmieri, Herman D.; 417 
Pando, Linda; 272 
Panke, Al C; 203 
Pape, Diana L; 150 
Parasiliti, Joseph S.; 417 
Park, Karl S.; 417 
Park, Marilyn S.; 417 
Park, Sandra L; 444 
Parke, Mary E.; 150 
Parker, Elizabeth A.; 184 
Parker, James K.; 394 
Parker, Wesley K.; 269, 417 
Parkey, Ronald; 150, 234 
Parkhurst, Willis; 243 
Parks, Marolyn; 203 
Parks, Diana A.; 150 
Parks, Juran D.; 444 
Parks, Karl; 327 
Parks, Carolyn; 203 
Parks, Stephen C; 177, 265 
Parmley, Virginia I.; 257, 444 
Parrett, David D. ; 417 
Parrett, Linda L.; 444 
Parrigin, Joy L.; 444 
Parrish, William V.; 394 
Parrott, Robert J.; 417 
Parson, S. Gail; 273, 324 
Parsons, Darryl A.; 417 
Parsons, Duane W.; 150, 290 
Parsons, Gayle A.; 394 
Parsons, James H.; 444 
Parsons, Rebecca L.; 150 
Parsons, Rudd, 255 
Parsons, Sandra G.; 240 
Parsons, Sandra G.; 177 
Parsons, Thomas W.; 417 
Pater, Sylvia A.; 417 
Patterson, Diana; 151, 270 
Patterson, John C; 417 
Patterson, Wayne R.; 314 
Patsgrove, Russell T.; 417 
Parsons, Willis R.; 394 
Pasley, Patricia A.; 394 
Patrick, Alfred L.; 166 
Patterson, Eloise P.; 394 
Patterson, John W.; 394 



Patterson, Kay; 269 

Patterson, Kenneth R.; 394 

Patterson, Virginia K.; 394 

Pattison, Inez B.; 203 

Patton, Earlene; 151 

Patton, Louella F.; 394 

Paul, Gary; 348 

Pauley, Annette 5.; 444 

Paulin, Louie; 417 

Paxton, Wanda J.; 444 

Paydarfar, Moh; 151 

Payne, Mildred E.; 444 

Peace, Carlos B.; 394 

Peace, Charles B.; 273 

Peace, Donald G.; 444 

Peace, Edward F.; 417 

Peace, Ethel P.; 444 

Pean, Sherri L-; 444 

Pearce, Don S.; 177 

Pearler, Brenda F.; 417 

Pearson, Carolyn; 151, 259 

Pearson, Thomas D.; 164 

Pease, Kristine D.; 444 

Peck, Joe; 356 

Peck, John D.; 444 

Peck, William C; 394 

Peek, Thomas E.; 444 

Peercy, Barbara L.; 394 

Peercy, Betty D.; 417 

Peers, Lauren D.; 151 

Pellegrinon, James V.; 246, 444 

Pellegrinon, Jane A.; 417 

Pence, Damon R.; 273 

Pence, Sharon A.; 314, 322 

Pence, Sharon A.; 417 

Pendergrass, Bonnie S.; 394 

Pendergrass, Linda L.; 394 

Penick, Linda G.; 444 

Penn, Barry L.; 444 

Penn, Gilbert E.; 417 

Pennard, Donna L.; 151, 239, 293 

Pennington, Barry W.; 444 

Pennington, Ruth A.; 151 

Pennington, Judie E-; 444 

Pennington, Tommie J.; 394 

Penny, Jesse D.; 444 

Pennycuff, Janet R.; 394 

Penrod, Sharon L.; 394 

Perdue, Saundra L.; 394 

Perez, David F.; 444 

Perkins, James W,; 444 

Perks, Diana A.; 271 

Perks, James; 243, 313, 314, 394 



Perry, Danny D.; 177 

Perry, Darrell; 394 

Perry, John J.; 417 

Perry, Marva J.; 454 

Perry, Maxine L.; 270, 394 

Persley, Beverly L-; 417 

Person, Carolyn; 270 

Peters, Charles R.; 394 

Peters, Debbie; 151, 243 

Petit, Mary E.; 394 

Petrey, James H.; 417 

Pettengill, D. B.; 243 

Pettengill, Dwynal B.; 123, 125 

Pettengill, lona M.; 112 

Pettigrew, Anna L.; 444 

Pertit, James A.; 394 

Pettigrew, Linda A.; 258 

Petzold, Daniel A.; 394 

Peveler, Charles P.; 151 

Peveler, Kitty A.; 444 

Peyton, Jamesetta F.; 272, 394 

Pfeifer, Carol A.; 444 

Pfeffer, William J.; 394 

Pharis, Carl W.; 203 

Pharis, Roger F.; 268 

Phelps, Charlene S.; 151 

Phelps, David R.; 306, 417 

Phelps, Jack L.; 304, 417 

Phelps, Patricia A.; 444 

Phillips, David H.; 177 

Phillips, Donna L.; 444 

Phillips, Gail; 444 

Phillips, Jesse R.; 394 

Phillips, Judith W. ; 293, 394 

Phillips, Kathy; 293, 378, 394 

Phillips, Linda C; 246, 394 

Phillips, Melody A.; 291, 394 

Phillips, Norman E.; 394 

Phillips, Ralph; 257 

Phillips, Sylvia L.; 237, 246, 311, 417 

Philon, Cleophas; 394 

Philpot, Ricky L; 444 

Phipps, Linda E.; 394 

Pickarski, John E.; 306, 395 

Pickerel, Jerry; 256 

Pickett, Bernard E.; 417 

Pickett, Joseph M.; 289, 395 

Pickrell, Paul G.; 444 

Pierce, Charlotte; 395 

Pierce, George B.; 314, 395 

Pierce, Joyce M-; 417 

Pierce, Ron; 320 

Piercey, Naomi F.; 417 




Piercy, Russell K.; 151 

Pieczonka, Lou; 292 

Pigman, Jack B.; 177 

Pigman, Patricia A.; 395 

Pinkerton, Thomas C; 395 

Pike, Pamela L.; 417 

Pinkerton, Thomas; 306 

Pinsenschaum, Ron; 359 

Pinson, Raymond; 311, 395 

PI OMEGA PI; 240 

Pipes, Howard J.; 417 

Pipes, Joyce R.; 271, 395 

Pippin, Ann L; 444 

PI TAU CHI; 243 

Pitcher, Wendy K.; 444 

Planck, Judy L; 417 

Platts, Bob; 340 

Playforth, Janet S.; 444 

Pleva, Bob, 348 

Poe, Tilden A.; 294, 417 

Poer, James E.; 417 

Pohlmann, Donna L.; 243, 313, 395 

Poling, Dale A.; 151, 220, 234, 243, 311, 314 

Poling, Ronald G.; 270, 289, 417 

POLITY SOCIETY; 243 

Polley, James O.; 395 

Pollick, Sue; 322 

Pollins, Jerry E.; 320 

Pollitt, Paul R.; 178, 234, 273, 324 

Ponder, Lelve; 395 

Poole, Linda C; 444 

Poole, Mark M.; 151, 306 

Poore, David G.; 444 

Poore, William C; 268 

Pope, Arthur G.; 213 

Pope, Betty L.; 417 

Pope, Brenda; 454 

Pope, Janice A.; 273, 395 

Pope, Pamela M.; 444 

Poplar, Eugene C; 395 

Poppenhouse, Gasy B.; 395 

Porter, Joseph M.; 151, 314 

Potrafke, Larry S.; 444 

Potter, Cecelia Sue; 259 

Potter, Lavonna; 444 

Potter, Lewis H.; 417 

Potter, Vicki G.; 445 

Potter, William H.; 395 

Pound, Kathryn A.; 395 

Powell, Brenda S.; 203, 324 

Powell, Dennis W. ; 454 

Powell, J. C; 92, 95 

Powell, Linda C; 395 

Powell, L. Laurence, Jr.; 151, 178, 246, 312, 314 

Powell, Martha J.; 445 

Powell, Nieta G.; 445 

Powell, Philip J. ; 288, 395 

Powell, Robert C, II; 151 

Powell, Sandra W.; 151, 229, 270, 417 

Powers, Donald G.; 445 

Powers, Janine E.; 395 

Powers, Maryann; 417 

Poynter, Annette, 305 

Poynter, Charles D.; 445 

Poynter, James M.; 445 

Poynter, Jerry L.; 445 

Poynter, Margaret A.; 417 

Poynter, Peg; 272 

Pozarnsky, Bonnie L.; 395 

Pozarvsky, Beverly J.; 395 

Praither, John D.; 417 

Prater, Al R.; 417 

Prather, James D.; 178, 273 

Prater, Kalhy L.; 445 

Prats, Joseph R.; 288, 321, 348, 395 

Preece, Ann; 323, 324 

Preece, Virginia A.; 395 

Presley, Thomas W.; 395 

Prewitt, Charles B.; 395 

Prewitt, William C; 152 



Price, Charles W.; 445 
Price, Christine W.; 151, 242 
Price, Goty E.; 445 
Price, Dave; 359 
Price, Earl C; 417 
Price, George T.; 178, 320 
Price, Jerry L-; 445 
Price, Judith K. ; 395 
George T. Price; 265 
Priddy, Marilynn R.; 203 
Pridemore, Phyllis J.; 445 
Prino, Tom; 321 
Prinzel, Nancy K.; 213 
Proctor, James; 256 
Proctor, Sandy; 255, 314 
Profit!, Lois; 445 
Pronsie, Jett; 242 
Pryse, Henry F.; 102 
Puckett, Earl J.; 445 
Puckett, Sharon G.; 445 
Pugh, Robert B.; 120, 182 
Pullen, Wanda D.; 445 
Pulliam, Jerry W. ; 152 
Pullins, Jerry E. ; 395 
Purcell, Ishmael L.; 445 
Pursifull, Cleophus, 395 
Putman, Doc; 362 
Putnam, Kenneth W.; 327, 395 
Pyle, Daniel L.; 395 
Pyle, Judy; 445 
Pyles, Terry L.; 445 
Pylinski, John D. ; 203, 272 

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Quarles, Arch M.; 445 
Queen, Frances M.; 395 
Queener, James R-; 417 
Quiggins, Pamela K.; 445 
Quiggins, Sharon E-; 445 
Quinn, Judy F.; 417 
Quinn, Kenneth L.; 178 
Quire, Nancy L.; 395 
Quisenberry, Randall J.; 445 



Racke, Glen E. ; 152 
Rader, David; 395 
Rader, Kathleen; 445 
Rader, Rex N.; 362, 417 
Radune, Frank R.; 445 
Ragan, Allen E.; 312 
Ragan, Nathan P.; 417 
Ragland, Brenda S.; 418 
Ragland, Judith A.; 395 
Rains, David; 330 
Raisor, Dennis S.; 445 
Raker, Edgar A.; 445 
Raleigh, Vera V.; 134 
Ralston, K. Ingrid; 418 
Ramey, Don T.; 445 
Ramsey, Ethel J.; 445 
Ramsey, James M.; 395 
Ramsey, Julia H.; 255, 418 
Ramsey, Nikki L.; 445 
Ramsey, Pamela K.; 445 
Ramsey, Shirley G-; 445 
Randolph, David S.; 203 
Randolph, Hazel F.; 259, 395 
Raniero, Louis A., Jr.; 445 
Rankin, Harrison T.; 327, 418 
Ranzor, Sharon; 270 
Rapp, Daniel A.; 454 
Ratliff, Billie K.; 256, 445 
Ratliff, Cleatus R.; 152 
RotlifF, Frederick L.; 445 
Ratliff, James C; 152, 340 
Ratliff, James R.; 395 
Ratliff, Lee; 237 
Ratliff, Mary L.; 296, 418 
Rauen, Pat L.; 445 



Rauh, Adam D.; 445 

Rausch, Elizabeth A.; 418 

Rawe, Norbert R.; 152, 290 

Rawson, Janice L.; 445 

Ray, Lynn; 321, 340 

Ray, Nancy S.; 445 

Ray, Patty S.; 203 

Raymer, Barbara J.; 445 

Raymond, Dennis L.; 178 

Raymond, Holly A.; 418 

Razor, Alan S.; 395 

Razor, Sharon L.; 153, 293 

Reagan, Anna J.; 418 

Reagan, Stuart A.; 445 

Ream, Ralph B.; 445 

Rearoon, Harriet A.; 418 

Rebmann, James R.; 395 

Rector, Carol L.; 445 

Redford, Jimmie; 418 

Redmon, Paul D.; 395 

Reeb, Donald S.; 445 

Reece, Gary E.; 418 

Reece, Landis D. ; 178 

Reed, Dennis C; 445 

Reed, Gary L., 445 

Reed, Gwendolyn S.; 321, 445 

Reed, Jacqueline L.; 445 

Reel, Janet, 314 

Reed, Linda G.; 445 

Reed, Peter D. ; 356, 445 

Reed, Ron; 321, 340 

Reed, Sandra L; 273, 395 

Reed, Stephen L.; 418 

Reeder, James H., Jr.; 445 

Reedy, Gail S.; 272, 445 

Reedy, Vicky L; 84, 85, 203, 296, 305, 325 

Reese, Mary C; 395 

Reetzke, Richard D.; 418 

Reeves, Deborah J.; 445 

Reeves, Joseph R„ 153 

Reeves, Sandra K.; 255, 305, 418 

Reeves, Vickie L.; 418 

Regan, Nate; 362 

Reger, Daphne D.; 454 

Reibling, Ruth; 153, 229, 248, 296 

Reid, Lawrence J.; 418 

Reid, Lucretia J.; 257, 445 

Reid, Ronald L.; 418 

Reilly, Barbara V.; 418 

Reinders, Janyce L.; 445 

Reisser, Donna N.; 203 

Reister, Leo J.; 446 

Relford, Thelma F., 446 

Remer, Roger D.; 313, 396 

Remmele, Michael G-; 153 

Rench, Jack F.; 292, 418 

Renfroe, Jo A.; 396 

Rensel, John W.; 446 

Reynolds, Charles E.; 396 

Reynolds, Jimmy L.; 120, 182 

Reynolds, Joyce H.; 204 

Reynolds, Larry L.; 454 

Reynolds, Linda L.; 446 

Reynolds, Marilyn A.; 446 

Reynolds, Ronald E.; 418 

Rhodes, Gail; 237 

Rhodes, Marilyn J.; 204, 269 

Rhodes, Myra G.; 418 

Rhodes, Yvonne W.; 153, 270 

Rhodus, Ruby F. ; 446 

Rhodus, William G.; 295, 396 

Rice, Dennis Ray; 120 

Rice, Gregory D.; 418 

Rice, Jcmes H.; 418 

Rice, Rhela C; 204 

Rice, Shirley A.; 446 

Richard, Terry A.; 272, 396 

Richardson, Bobbye G.; 446 

Richardson, Bonnie; 255 

Richardson, Carolyn L.; 446 

Richardson, Jane A.; 182 



477 



Richeson, Martha J.; 446 
Richey, Regena K.; 446 
Richie, Ann K.; 178 
Richter, Linda D.; 257, 446 
Richter, Wayne A.; 153 
Ricketts, Linda E.; 418 
Riddell, Thomas D.; 418 
RiddeM, T. Dwaine; 273, 327 
Riddle, Mary K. ; 446 
Ridley, Dwon C.j 446 
Ridgley, Patrick; 101 
Rieber, Darlene; 324 
Rieber, Marry D.; 446 
Rietze, Barry; 320 
Riggins, Dave; 348 
Riggins, Lindy H.; 293, 321, 396 
Riggs, Robert H.; 396 
Riley, Allen K.; 396 
Riley, Connie J.; 418 
Riley, Elizabeth A.; 396 
Riley, Isabel); 396 
Riley, Joseph D. ; 273 
Riley, Mary E.; 313 
Riley, Rita D.; 204, 293 
Risnen, Brenda P.; 153 
Risner, Terry; 271, 396 
Ritchie, Linla A,; 269, 396 
Ritchie, Linda F.; 446 
Ritter, Harriette A.; 418 
Ritter, Larry A.; 396 
Ritter, Letty; 446 
Rivera, Anibal, Jr.; 446 
Roach, Charles P.; 396 
Roach, Judge R. ; 259, 418 
Roark, Erma L.; 178, 240 
Roark, James E.; 446 
Roark, James R.; 204 
Robbins, Barbara P.; 418 
Robbins, Brenda K.; 204 
Robbins, Eldon L.; 396 
Robbins, June E.; 418 
Robbins, Pamela J.; 153 
Roberts, Brenda C; 446 
Roberts, David M.; 396 
Roberts, Douglas; 273 
Roberts, Everett C; 446 
Roberts, Glenn P.; 320 
Roberts, James S-; 446 

Roberts, Jerry W. ; 446 
Roberts, Linda R.; 240, 273, 396 
Roberts, Patricia D.; 396 
Roberts, Sandra N.; 213 

Roberts, William L; 396 

Robertson, James M.; 418 

Robertson, Kevin M.; 256, 446 

Robertson, Larry E.; 359, 418 

Robey, Kenneth W.; 294, 304, 396 

Robinette, Peggy L.; 446 

Robinson, Anthony L.; 446 

Robinson, Carl C; 396 

Robinson, Cathy C; 153 

Robinson, Darrell; 230 

Robinson, George E.; 396 

Robinson, Foresteene; 446 

Robinson, John L.; 446 

Robinson, Linda C; 418 

Robinson, Linda L.; 396 

Robinson, Marilyn G-; 446 

Robinson, Marion M.; 396 

Robinson, Patricia A.; 446 

Robinson, Phyllis L.; 153 

Robinson, Shirley J.; 446 

Robinson, Vonda L.; 396 

Robinson, Wanda; 396 

Robinson, William A.; 418 

Roby, Paula L.; 446 

Roby, Ronald J.; 178, 219, 234, 292 

Roche, Jere K.; 153 

Roddy, Linda L.; 396 

Rodgers, Linda J.; 205 

Rodgers, Neva J.; 205 



Roederer, Dennis R.; 418 

Roesch, Judy; 272, 446 

Rogers, Carl H.; 396 

Rogers, Hazel J.; 446 

Rogers, Herbert J., Jr.; 418 

Rogers, Owen L.; 178 

Rogers, Paul B.; 446 

Rogers, Rebecca S.; 153 

Roller, Susan J.; 256, 446 

Rollins, James R.; 396 

Rollins, Ralph; 273, 311 

Roman, David J.; 362, 396 

Romohr, Gary L.; 418 

Roper, Jeff D. ; 273 

Roper, Jeffrey D.; 178 

Rose, Chester; 348 

Rose, Diana L-; 446 

Rose, Diana R.; 246, 396 

Rose, Doris A.; 446 

Rose, Evlane D.; 258, 396 

Rose, Judith T.; 396 

Rose, Mary C; 446 

Rosenberger, Belinda; 396 

Rosenthal, Vincent D.; 288, 396 

Roser, Laura L.; 314 

Roser, Margaret E.; 185 

Rosey, Robert W.; 109 

Ross, Betty A.; 205 

Ross, Charles L.; 185 

Ross, Jerry C; 273 

Ross, Linda L; 312, 396 

Ross, Patrick C.j 446 

Ross, Regina M.; 153 

Ross, William D.; 153, 294 

Rosser, Laura L.; 418 

Rossi, John A.; 153 

Rottersman, Leon; 187 

Roush, Henrietta; 153 

Routt, Janis M.; 396 

Rowe, Connie; 179 

Rowe, Gerald L.; 446 

Rowe, Jesse W.; 179 

Rowe, Judy L.; 418 

Rowland, Verna M.; 323, 324, 396 

Rowlett, Billie C; 205 

Rowlett, John D.; 106 

Rowlett, Robert A.; 396 

Rowley, Sue E-; 446 

Roy, Sandra J.; 231, 239, 272, 312 

Royalty, Larry W.; 446 

Royalty, Rosalee; 324, 418 

Royster, Mary Anne; 205, 314 

Rubarts, Virginia A.; 446 



Ruchka, Philip; 396 
Ruck, John E.; 446 
Ruckman, Steven M.; 446 
Ruder, Sam L.; 446 
Rue, Insco W., Ill; 257, 258 
Rundt, Jack P.; 205 
Runyan, Larry R-; 454 
Runyon, Phillips; 446 
Rupard, Stephen A.; 446 
Rury, Lou R.; 153 
Russell, Carolyn A.; 272, 396 
Russell, Donna S.; 418 
Russell, Leonard A.; 446 
Russell, Nancy L.; 397 
Russell, Robert J.; 396 
Russell, Roger D.; 418 
Russell, Ronald L.; 397 
Ruth, James H.; 397 
Rutherford, Linda D.; 153 
Rutter, Susan J.; 446 
Ryan, Joan S.; 419 
Ryan, John T.; 419 
Ryan, Margaret M.; 446 
Ryerson, Nancy J.; 205 
Ryle, Thomas R.; 154 
Rymell, Bob; 255 
Rysewyx, Douglas; 205 



Sabatelli, Rosanne; 397 
Saccone, Rocke L.; 397 
Saddler, Dorothy L.; 446 
Saffell, Larry L; 419 
Saied, Fawzy R-; 454 
Sainlar, Robert L.; 419 
Salem, Susan A.; 446 
Salko, Shirley M.; 325, 397 
Sallee, Linda K.; 446 
Salyer, Darnell; 271 
Salyer, Gwen; 419 
Sammons, John D.; 179 
Samons, Gregory K-; 397 
Samons, Oscar; 397 
Samples, Rebecca L.; 446 
Sampson, Ernest E.; 419 
Sams, Ethel; 269 
Sand, Susan C.j 237, 419 
Sanders, David; 154 
Sanders, Era G.; 447 
Sanders, Judy A.; 259, 447 
Sanders, Nancy K.; 154 
Sanders, Ray; 256 
Sanders, Robert E.; 397 




Sandidge, Beverly J.; 419 

Sandler, Brenda J.; 297, 313, 419 

Sands, Marvin J.; 397 

Sangester, Chalondias A.; 447 

Satchwill, Linda K.; 447 

Softerly, Cindy L.; 419 

Saunders, James R-; 447 

Saunders, Paul L; 397 

Sawders, John K-; 397 

Sawyer, Andy; 295, 397 

Saylor, Martha; 447 

Saylor, Ray D.; 154, 272 

SCABBARD AND BLADE; 241 

Scalf, David R.; 419 

Scarborough, John H.; 273, 447 

Scarbrough, Dennis D.; 273, 419 

Scarfone, Anthony D.; 213 

Schafer, Sandra L.; 447 

Shaw, David; 288 

Schehr, Barbara J.; 419 

Scheitz, Mary B.; 447 

Scherer, Marilyn S.; 419 

Schless, Rita A.; 205, 272 

Schloss, Gayle E.; 322, 419 

Schmidt, Karen J.; 313, 419 

Schmidt, Mary A.; 257, 419 

Schmidt, Sallie L.; 447 

Schoch, Jacalyn C; 205 

Schockling, Leonard C; 127 

Scholl, Ivan; 289, 352, 362 

Schoo, Pamela M.; 419 

School, Ivan L.; 419 

Schoulthies, Judith A.; 205, 293 

Schroder, Anne L.; 257, 447 

Schroder, Jackie; 270 

Schroder, Mary J.; 419 

Schradin, Linda M.; 273, 397 

Schradin, Sharon L.; 447 

Schu, Stanley P.; 447 

Schuetz, Shirley L-; 447 

Schuff, Vicki L; 397 

Schuler, Ellen C; 154, 219, 231, 239, 246, 325 

Schultz, Paul W. ; 321 

Schultz, Thomas W. ; 273, 304, 305, 447 

Schumacher, Mary; 272 

Schummer, Sandra L.; 314, 397 

Schwallie, Ronald L; 419 

Schwarz, Linda E.; 447 

Schwartz, Rhonda R.; 447 

Schweikert, Gary L-; 447 

Schweitzer, Sherrill L.; 447 

Schwettman, Kathleen I.; 205, 231, 239, 243, 246 

Schwickert, John E.; 447 



Schworm, Ann L.; 447 
Sciarra, Edward A.; 419 
Scola, Suzanne C; 296, 419 
Scott, Diana L.; 419 
Scott, Dianna K.; 272, 447 
Scott, Jerry R.; 273 
Scott, Joe B.; 154 
Scott, Linda L.; 269, 397 
Scott, Linda P.; 213 
Scott, William U.; 397 
Scriber, Jackie L.; 205 
Scrivner, Charles G-; 447 
Scroggin, Marilyn; 257 
Seale, Frank; 298 
Searcy, James; 256 
Sears, Marie; 257 
Sears, Margene; 447 
Seay, John D.; 419 
Sebastian, Jerry; 397 
Sebastian, Richard W. ; 419 
See, Mary P.; 257, 419 
Seifer, Barbara C; 447 
Sell, Dimple R.; 205 
Sellers, Clyde E.; 447 
Sellman, Richard L.; 294, 419 
Seltsam, Mary J.; 205, 325 
Settles, Beverly L.; 447 
Settles, Sandra K; 272, 419 
Severs, Carol R.; 447 
Sevier, J. Collins; 419 
Sewell, Judith C; 397 
Sewell, Margaret A.; 447 
Sexton, A. M.; 242 
Sexton, Cheryle; 242 
Sexton, Danny S.; 273, 419 
Sexton, Earl E., II; 131 
Sexton, Patricia A.; 419 
Seyfert, Don; 340 
Seyfrit, Paul; 99 
Shadowens, Paul E.; 447 
Shadwick, William B.; 397 
Shafer, Sandra L.; 257 
Shake, Gilbert W.; 256, 447 
Shakib, Susan; 271, 419 
Shanahan, Edward P.; 154 
Shannon, Bill; 340 
Shannon, Donna S.; 447 
Shank, Judy A.; 182 
Sharfr, Curtis M.; 447 
Sharp, Ann F.; 397 
Sharp, Berta D.; 447 
Sharp, Linda L.; 154 
Sharpe, Jon W.; 289, 397 




Sharum, Sue A. ; 182, 313 
Shasek, Ed; 356 
Shaw, David L.; 397 
Shaw, Gary C; 447 
Shaw, Lee; 270 
Shaw, Patricia A.; 447 
Shaw, Valerie E„ 256, 257, 447 
Shaw, Wayne L.; 447 
Shay, Carl A.; 447 
Shearer, Alana J.; 419 
Shearer, Barbara J.; 205, 239 
Shearer, Claudia S.; 255, 419 
Shearer, Larry W.; 205, 272 
Sheilley, Joseph W. ; 397 
Shellenberger, Evelyn L.; 205, 272 
Shelley, A. Edward; 447 
Shelton, Joyce L.; 447 
Shelton, Karen B.; 419 
Shelton, Vivian R.; 447 
Shepard, Regina K.; 419 
Shepard, Robert A.; 154 
Sheperd, Sarann; 321 
Shephard, Barbara Sue; 120 
Shepherd, Anthony W. ; 419 
Shepherd, Donald L.; 397 
Shepherd, Mary L; 206, 272 
Shepherd, Randy S.; 448 
Sherman, Robert M.; 397 
Sherwood, Sharon L.; 154 
Shetler, Tom; 206, 340 
Shetler, Tom V.; 272, 321 
Shields, Barbara J.; 448 
Shine, Patrick T.; 419 
Shipman, Judi E.; 206 
Shipp, Charlton A.; 419 
Shireman, Mark C; 448 
Shiveley, Sharon E.; 448 
Shoop, Frank; 179 

Short, Sue A.; 448 

ShorM, John H.; 154, 256 

Shotwell, Connie M.; 448 

Shrader, Linda D.; 419 

Shrader, Sharon L.; 179 

Shrout, Gary D.; 397 

Shuck, Laurence W.; 397 

Shuff, Thomas H.; 397 

Shull, Virginia L.; 397 

Shumard, James W., Ill; 420 

Shumate, Homer C; 420 

Sibley, Carol L. ; 206, 325 

Sibrava, Roberta M.; 206 

Siders, Donna; 420 

Siebel, Robert A.; 272, 397 

Siebert, Wayne R.; 420 

Siemon, Chuck; 340 

Sievert, Barbara D.; 448 

SIGMA TALI PI; 273 

Siler, Barbara A.; 420 

Siler, Freddie; 454 

Silvious, Kenneth R.; 352, 448 

Simmons, Phyllis K.; 448 

Simon, Kathleen M.; 313, 324 

Simon, Mary K.; 397 

Simpkins, Eleanor J.; 448 

Simpson, Daniel W.; 397 

Simpson, Diann F.; 154 

Simpson, Ellen H.; 454 

Simpson, James A.; 234, 273, 324, 397 

Simpson, Mike; 359 

Simpson, Roger L-; 273 

Simpson, Rose M.; 448 

Simpson, Sharla G.; 182 

Simpson, Stephen S.; 397 

Simpson, William E.; 273, 420 

Sims, Daniel C.j 397 

Sims, Genie G-; 420 

Sims, John; 356 

Sims, Patricia A.; 322, 397 

Singleton, Brenda L.; 397 

Singleton, Thomas W.; 155 

Sininger, Linda F.; 397 




Sinlz, Karen S.; 397 
Sipes, Patricia; 297, 397 
Sipple, Harry B.; 179, 288 
Sitig, Carol L.; 397 
Sitz, Marilyn C; 448 
Sizemore, Gerry A.; 454 
Sizemore, Glenda K.; 397 
Sizemore, Johnnie M.; 397 
Skaggs, Elizabeth H.; 397 
Skaggs, Ernest W.; 448 
Skaggs, Gregory A.; 448 
Skaggs, James B.; 155 
Skoggs, Margaret; 311, 324, 448 
Skaggs, Wayne; 273 
Skeen, Gilda E.; 448 
Skeen, Jay H„ 448 
Skelton, Jane W.; 397 
Skinner, Deborah J.; 448 
Skinner, Rita M,; 206 
Slade, Lucy A.; 120, 270 
Slade, Vicki K.; 448 
Slager, Gerald C.j 179 
Slawter, Benny J.; 320 
Slawter, Hiram O.; 155, 290 
Sliva, Virginia K.; 454 
Sloane, Hobert M.; 420 
Slone, Cullen; 256 
Slone, Harold G.; 448 
Slone, Janice A.; 448 
Slone, Patricia A.; 206 
Slone, Russell J.; 397 
Slusher, Arnold R.; 397 
Small, Keith L; 155 



Smallwood, William D.; 420 
Smart, Hubert F.; 397 
Smart, Nancy; 246 
Smiley, Kenneth R.; 155 
Smiley, Ramona A.; 448 
Smith, Angela; 206 
Smith, Barbara L; 448 
Smith, Beverly A.; 397 
Smith, Bonnie S.; 397 
Smith, Buddy; 362 
Smith, Carl A.; 397 
Smith, Carolyn R.; 448 
Smith, Charles E. ; 356, 448 
Smith, Cheryl A.; 448 
Smith, Cheryl L; 256, 259, 448 
Smith, Clara M.; 448 
Smith, Connie; 352 

Smith, Donald H„ Jr 

Smith, Douglas; 397 

Smith, Euro; 397 

Smith, Everett N. ; 123 

Smith, Freida K.; 269, 397 

Smith, Garfield; 348 

Smith, Gary D.; 398 

Smith, Harold E. ; 448 

Smith, Helene E.; 448 

Smith, Isaac, 454 

Smith, James R.; 269, 420 

Smith, Jane E.; 312, 398 

Smith, Jane W.; 398 

Smith, Jenny W. ; 398 

Smith, Jerry R.; 398 

Smith, John R.; 179 



99, 218, 230, 241 



Smith, Joyce A.; 420 

Smith, Judy R.; 206 

Smith, Julia K.; 420 

Smith, Kennith A.; 398 

Smith, Leanna; 448 

Smith, Lonzo; 420 

Smith, Lyndq K.; 448 

Smith, Mark R.; 448 

Smith, Mary C; 420 

Smith, Michael D.; 398 

Smith, Patrick H. ; 182 

Smith, Penny J.; 448 

Smith, Phyllis A.; 448 

Smith, P. Vincent; 398 

Smith, Regald B., 179, 327 

Smith, Rita M.; 398 

Smith, Robert E.; 241, 273 

Smith, Roger B.; 420 

Smith, Ronald A.; 420 

Smith, Sarah M.; 448 

Smith, Sharon A.; 398, 448 

Smith, Shirley J.; 398 

Smith, Stan; 362 

Smith, Stephen G.; 155, 290 

Smith, Teresa A.; 269, 398 

Smith, Ulys; 398 

Smith, William A.; 322, 398 

Smith, William F. ; 101, 448 

Smith, William T.J 398 

Smith, Wilson V.; 398 

Smith, W. Vance; 312 

Smoot, John N.; 420 

Smul, Neith; 362 

Smyers, Janet E.; 257, 454 

Smyth, Brenda; 297, 305, 398 

Smyth, Janie L; 420 

Smyth, Wathena; 398 

Snapp, Myra J.; 448 

Snedegar, Barbara; 324, 448 

Snell, David; 155, 324 

Snell, Nolan S.; 448 

Snider, Bruce A.; 155, 230, 270 

Snider, James C; 179 

Snowden, James G-; 186 

Snyder, Cathy L; 448 

Snyder, James W.; 155 

Snyder, Ross M., Jr.; 398 

Sobanski, Richard C; 304, 305, 398 

Solvey, Larry V.; 448 

Sosbe, Donald G.; 179, 273 

Sosby, James E-; 268 

Souleurette, Gail M.; 269, 420 

Souther, Thomas A.; 155 

Southerlan, James S.; 398 

Spalding, B. Ernie; 207, 313 

Spalding, George W. ; 398 

Sparks, Henry M.; 92 

Sparks, Lois; 272, 323, 324, 398 

Sparks, Stephen D.; 448 

Sparrow, Jerry H.; 448 

Speaks, Tim; 321, 340 

Spears, Samuel D.; 448 

Spegal, Judith R.; 207, 269 

Spencer, Dennis H.; 207 

Spencer, Manuel R.; 320 

Spicer, Barbara; 242 

Spicer, Edward; 398 

Spicer, Elizabeth H.; 322, 398 

Spieser, Sandra L.; 448 

Spiess, Linda K.; 272, 420 

Spillman, Harold R.; 255, 314, 448 

Spoo, Judith C; 448 

Spradlin, Toni C; 448 

Sprague, Robert F.; 304, 398 

Spriesterbach, John W.; 288, 398 

Sproles, Robin R.; 448 

Spurlock, Kenneth K.; 155, 231, 239, 270, 290 

Spurr, Rebecca L; 207, 239, 293 

Stackhouse, Frank T.; 398 

Stacy, Charles D.; 155, 320 

Stacy, Shirley A.; 448 

Stadler, Linda S.: 448 



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Stafford, Dallas R.; 268 

Stafford, Ron J.; 448 

Staggs, Douglas R.; 155 

Staggs, Nancy E ; 155, 329 

Stamper, Earl L; 179 

Stamper, Elaine; 207 

Stanifer, Linda T.; 420 

Stanley, Steven B. ; 255, 268, 448 

Stansbury, Janet J.; 449 

Stanton, Erica L; 420 

Staples, Mark; 359 

Stapleton, David L; 398 

Stapleton, Diana L; 398 

Stapleton, Pamela J.; 449 

Stapleton, William; 100 

Stark, Lorraine E.; 272, 420 

Starnes, Cheryl A.; 207 

Starnes, Larry S.; 449 

Starnes, Randall; 449 

Starnes, Sharon S.; 398 

Statzer, Steve B.; 294, 398 

Staviski, Raymond T.; 420 

Stayfon, Gail H.; 398 

Stebbins, Robert E.; 125 

Stebing, Davil E.; 259, 449 

Stedman, Jerry S-; 420 

Steele, Sandra J.; 256, 257, 449 

Steevens, Daniel H.; 271 

Steeves, Daniel H.; 155 

Steffen, Ann M.; 398 

Stegemoller, Randy L.; 449 

Stegner, David C; 255, 420 

Stegring, Dave; 362 

Steidle, David V.; 257 

Steinberg, Joan; 257 

Stempfer, Helen M.; 420 

Stephens, Duane L.; 398 

Stephens, James W.; 398 

Stephens, Mary E.; 293, 398 

Stephens, Peggi J.; 449 

Stephens, Sally I.; 398 

Stephenson, Carol f.; 449 

Stephenson, Ronald W.; 449 

Stepp, Melinda N.; 420 

Stevens, Carol L.; 449 

Stevens, Robert M., Jr.; 449 

Stevens, William B.; 155 

Stevenson, Barbara G.; 449 

Stevenson, Kenneth G.; 454 

Stewart, Allen F.; 449 

Stewart, David L.; 420 

Stewart, Donald K.; 155, 241 

Stewart, Jerry; 135, 155, 219, 248, 298, 323 

Stewart, Morris A.; 398 

Stewart, Roger R.; 420 

Stewart, Ron; 156 

Stewart, Sarah G.; 182 

Stewart, William M.; 265, 398 

Stice, Stephen A.; 449 

Stiefel, John E.; 271, 398 

Stigall, Anne D.; 268 

Stigall, Jacqulyn D.; 156 

Stigers, Nancy G.; 269, 270, 324, 398, 330 

Stinson, Daisy; 257 

Stirers, Mary L.; 398 

Stirn, Shelby A.; 324, 420 

Stivers, Cheryl K.; 449 

Stivers, David D.; 257, 258 

Stivers, Roy W,; 256, 306, 323, 398 

Stivers, Sondra L.; 449 

Stivers, Vernell Y.; 207 

Stober, Carlo S.; 420 

Stockdale, Juliet F.; 156 

Stocker, Walter D., Jr.; 449 

Stodghill, Michael T.; 268, 449 

Stoeber, Dianne E.; 449 

Stoess, William L.; 294, 420 

Stokely, Darla K.; 257, 449 

Stokley, Donald R„- 398 

Stall, Elizabeth R.; 420 

Stone, Charles T.; 449 




Stone, A. Joanne; 454 

Stone, Marilyn M.; 420 

Stonecipher, Donna J.; 207, 246, 269, 324 

Stonecipher, Sharon; 156, 324 

Storch, Barbara R.; 322, 420 

Storie, Dinah G.; 322, 420 

Storm, Donald D.; 398 

Storm, Michael W.; 420 

Story, Leath R.; 398 

Stouder, Nancy A.; 449 

Stouffer, Robert E.; 179 

Stout, Charles W.; 449 

Stovall, Thomas F.; 96 

Stratemeyer, Florence; 239 

Stratton, Candy R.; 237, 420 

Strausbaugh, Carol J.; 449 

Strausbaugh, Linda J.; 156, 221, 239, 243, 270 

313, 314 
Straviski, Raymond; 306 
Streck, Michael A.; 420 
Strickland, June; 420 
Strickland, Trent; 102 
Striker, Sandra L.; 207, 313 
Stroll, Henry P.; 420 
Strong, Guy; 348 
Strong, Marvin L.; 398 
Strunk, Larry D.; 156 
Strunk, Pamela J.; 311 
Struve, Donald G.; 259 
Stuber, Ted A.; 273 
Stuckenberg, David; 398 
Stucker, Brenda S.; 156 
STUDENT INTERFAITH COUNCIL; 311 
Studer, Patricia A.; 449 
Stuhlreyer, Peggy; 156, 239, 243 
Stultz, Elizabeth A.; 135, 156, 246, 272 
Stumbo, Sandra C; 398 
Sturgeon, Donald P.; 420 
Sublett, Lewis H.; 420 
Sullivan, Cathy L.; 272, 449 
Sullivan, Elizabeth C; 156, 322 
Summa, Elaine; 272 
Summers, Janice K.; 449 
Summer, William E.; 449 
Sundell, Linda M. ; 398 
Sunderland, Lynne J.; 313, 324 
Suro, Amita C; 305, 398 
Susemichel, Lorie L.; 449 
Susong, Linda C; 272, 398 
Susong, Ray W.; 259, 420 
Sutter, Robert K.; 420 
Swafford, Earl; 449 
Swain, William F.; 398 
Swango, Bruce E.; 398 
Swango, David N.; 449 
Swango, Patricia A.; 297, 324, 398 
Swansen, William D.; 207 
Swart, Connie J.; 420 
Swartz, Thomas M.; 272, 340, 399 
Sweasy, Kenneth W.; 420 
Sweazy, Gary L.; 449 
Sweeney, Linda M.; 449 
Swetnam, Jim E.; 399 
Swisher, Charles E.; 207 
Switzer, Connie L. ; 207, 269 
Switzer, Jeanne M.; 272, 449 
Swoope, Gloria J.; 449 
Swope, Carol S.; 420 
Syck, Grover; 314 
Synder, Ross; 288 

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Tabeling, Richard W.; 449 
Tackett, Anne H.; 399 
Tackett, Charles; 156 
Tackett, Grayson; 179 
Tackett, James B.; 207 
Tackett, Rosemary; 420 
Tallent, Overt L.; 268, 420 
Talmage, Martin T.; 420 
Tandy, Donald B.; 399 



Tanner, Paula A.; 449 

Tanner, Ronald E.; 207 

Tanner, Vicky J.; 297, 399 

Tarter, Ada L; 156 

Tarvin, Patricia A.; 399 

Tarvin, Robert E.; 80, 84, 85, 157, 214, 215, 217, 

232, 234, 321, 340 
Tarter, Sandra S-; 449 
Tate, Kenneth L, Jr.; 207 
Tatum, Gary S.; 207 
Tasman, Ronald H.; 449 
Tate, Paulette; 420 
Tatum, Clifton L; 449 
Taylor, Anna N.; 449 
Taylor, Audrey F.; 157, 311 
Taylor, Ben E.; 320 
Taylor, Camille K.; 420 
Taylor, Charles D. ; 399 
Taylor, Donna S.; 450 
Taylor, Harry G.; 420 
Taylor, Judy M.; 420 
Taylor, Larry; 306 
Taylor, Leonard C; 98 
Taylor, Linda; 421 
Taylor, Mary E.; 399 
Taylor, Phyllis A. ; 157, 291 
Taylor, Ray T. ; 399 
Toylor, Richard M.; 157, 270, 399 
Taylor, Ronald C; 179; 234, 294 
Taylor, Susan G.; 399 
Taylor, Susangay G.; 311 
Taylor, Teddy; 340 
Taylor, Thomas C; 256, 421 
Taylor, William E.; 450 
Tazel, John E.; 321, 340 
Teater, Linda C; 421 
Tedford, Gary S.; 450 
Tehan, Karen L.; 157 
Templeton, Steve; 272, 399 

Terhune, Nancy B.; 179 

Terrell, Dennis R.; 450 

Terrell, Sue C; 450 

Terry, Betty B.; 450 

Terry, Janet L.; 246, 399 

Thacker, Etta M.; 157 

Thacker, John M.; 399 

Thacker, Roger B.; 450 

Thacker, Vera R.; 399 

Thalman, Craig R.; 450 

Tharp, John R.; 207, 241, 304, 306 

Theiler, Patricia L; 421 

Thienel, Glenn P.; 255, 399 

Thobe, Donna J.; 207 

Thomas, Anthony D.; 421 

Thomas, Barbara A.; 242, 450 

Thomas, Barbara J.; 399 

Thomas, Barbara L.; 450 

Thomas, Carolyn A.; 399 

Thomas, Charles R.; 450 

Thomas, Donall L.; 157 

Thomas, James L.; 157 

Thomas, Jeanette T.; 450 

Thompson, John W.; 421 

Thomas, Joseph P.; 213 

Thomas, Kathleen M.; 421 

Thomas, Kathy; 237, 321 

Thomas, Margaret L.; 450 

Thomas, Margaret V.; 450 

Thomas, Martha L.; 182 

Thomas, Mary R.; 450 

Thomas, Priscillo A.; 182 

Thomas, Sharon E.; 208 

Thomas, Teresia; 323 

Thomas, Wayne A.; 450 

Thomas, William D.; 255, 399 

Thomason, Georgia M.; 269, 399 

Thomer, Bob; 450 

Thomer, Linda S.; 399 

Thompson, Brenda V.; 293, 399 

Thompson, Bruce N.; 450 
Thompson, David F.; 324, 399 



Thompson, Delsie L.; 450 

Thompson, Doris K.; 450 

Thompson, Dwane L.; 399 

Thompson, George M.; 157 

Thompson, Georgia M.; 324 

Thompson, Harry; 238, 255 

Thompson, James O.; 180 

Thompson, Kay; 272 

Thompson, Letitia A.; 450 

Thompson, Libbie L.; 399 

Thompson, Ralph J.; 131 

Thompson, Reda K.; 450 

Thompson, Sharon A.; 399 

Thompson, William C. Jr.; 450 

Thompson, William G.; 324, 450 

Thornton, Candace L.; 399 

Thornton, Mary J.; 311 

Thornton, Ruth A.; 135, 208, 269, 291, 305 

Thurman, James T.; 399 

Thruman, James W.; 102 

Thurman, John; 306 

Thurtell, Robert D.; 157, 271 

Tilford, Sandra E.; 208 

Tillotson, Alice A.; 450 

Tillson, Timothy B.; 306, 421 

Tilmes, Beverly D.; 217, 233 

Tincher, David L; 157 

Tincher, Joyce A.; 272, 399 

Tincher, Wendell; 421 

Tindle, Sue C; 450 

Tipton, Cheryl L.; 421 

Tipton, Donnie G.; 421 

Todd, Marlene; 450 

Todd, Russell; 92 

Todd, Sandy L; 246, 421 

Tolle, Freddie J.; 450 



Thompson, Kay; 399 

Toole, Gary R.; 450 

Towery, Logan R.; 450 

Towler, Ann H.; 450 

Town, Glenn P.; 354, 450 

Townley, James G.; 157 

Townsend, Lawrence B.; 399 

Trabits, Carol L.; 313, 450 

Trachsel, Bonnie E.; 157 

Trail, Bennie M.; 399 

Trapp, Judith C; 208 

Trautman, Glenna; 421 

Trautman, Linda M.; 272, 314, 325, 399 

Trautwein, Johnny M.; 421 

Treadway, Douglas L.; 292, 399 

Trees, Jenny L.; 450 

Tremper, William W.; 304, 399 

Trenz, Robert C.j 421 

Trenz, Robert C; 273 

Tribble, Guyvonne; 242, 450 

Trimble, Allen C; 327, 421 

Troike, Fred; 321, 340, 399 

Trosper, Betty L; 157, 322 

Trower, Teresa A.; 450 

True, Geraldine; 421 

True, Jane A.; 450 

True, Rodger E.; 242, 399 

True, Susan M.; 399 

Truesdell, Lee J.; 450 

Trumbo, Robert P.; 450 

Trunnell, Larry R.; 348, 421 

Truster, Stanley R-; 421 

Trusty, Gary E.; 320, 450 

Tucker, Charles G.; 450 

Tucker, Linda S.; 399 

Tucker, Susan D.; 272, 399 






Tudor, Sharon K.; 157, 242 
Turmah, Elisena M.; 259 
Turman, Elisena M.; 450 
Turnblazer, William T.; 421 
Turnbull, Janet L. ; 451 
Turner, Bennie G.; 157 
Turner, Brenda S.; 157 
Turner, Charles B.; 399 
Turner, Eileen M.; 399 
Turner, Elizabeth; 272 
Turner, Ethel M. ; 399 
Turner, John; 421 
Turner, Judith A.; 451 
Turner, Linda L; 451 
Turner, Marilyn A.; 421 
Turpin, Betty E.; 208 
Turtle, Carol A.; 451 

-U- 

Ulrich, Joseph D. ; 451 
Underwood, John L.; 273, 311 
Underwood, Larry R.; 311, 451 
Ungruhn, Gene; 273, 323 
Ungruhn, Gene R.; 399 
Upchurch, Martin L.; 421 
Upton, Mark G. ; 399 
Urmston, Nancye L.; 421 

-V- 

Vallance, William A.; 451 

Vanarsdale, David G.; 451 

Van Arsdale, Judith; 242 

Van Asdlen, Jacqueline I.; 314, 451 

Vanbever, Edna P.; 208, 239 

Vance, Alice; 256 

Vance, Belinda K.; 451 

Vance, David M.; 102 

Vance, Michael D.; 421 

Vance, Sandra L.; 451 

Van Deventer, Kenneth J.; 451 



Van Gilder, Debra K.; 451 
Vanhoose, Robert B.; 208 
Van Hoose, Sonja G.; 451 
VanHorn, Dennis G; 255, 421 
^an Home, Linda L.; 451 
VanMeter, Donald R.; 269 
Van Ness, Gail A.; 451 
Vanetti, John C; 399 
Vanover, Niana S.; 157 
Vanover, Norma M.; 158 
Van Oss, Linda M.; 451 
Van Pelt, Beverly P.; 451 
VanSickle, Reecy F., 399 
Van Vactor, Cheryl M.; 451 
Varney, Jan P.; 399 
Varney, Larry W.; 399 
Varney, Rodney L.; 208 
VARSITY "E" CLUB; 321 
Vaughn, Charles A.; 451 
Vaughn, George M.; 180 
Vaughn, Lois A.; 451 
Vavra, Anne C; 451 
Veeneman, Jeanne; 421 
Vermillion, Connie M.; 451 
Verville, Betty L.; 451 
Veeheman, Jeanne; 272 
Vencill, Gary D.; 399 
Vencill, Larry E.; 320, 399 
Vereker, Richard T. ; 399 
Vescio, Hervert S.; 99 
Vice, Richard L.; 421 
Vice, Sara A.; 257, 258, 451 
Vickers, David R.; 311, 399 
Vicker, John L.; 95 
Videtto, Jacqueline D.; 451 
Vipperman, Catherine D.; 451 
Vitatoe, Trudy A.; 421 
Vittitoe, Jim A.; 399 
Voelker, William C; 399 
Vogler, Patricia A., 421 
Voiers, Margetta M.; 399 



Voight, Fred C; 241 
Voigt, Frederick C; 158 
Volk, Louis J.; 400 
Volk, Nancy A.; 322, 421 
Volpe, Donna O.; 208 
Von Holle, David; 208, 290 
VonSick, Ronnie L, 421 

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Waddell, Madlyn G.; 451 
Wade, Loraine; 400 
Wade, Maureen K.; 400 
Wagers, Charles S.; 421 
Wagers, Donna L.; 421 
Wagner, Claire F.; 451 
Wagner, Dennis R.; 208 
Wagner, Gloria J.; 400 
Wagner, James S.; 400 
Wagner, Robert J.; 273, 451 
Wagoner, David L.; 451 
Wagoner, Donald R.; 451 
Wainscott, David E.; 400 
Wainscott, Deborah E.; 451 
Wainscott, Diane H.; 400 
Wainscott, Donna; 421 
Waits, Charles W.; 400 
Waits, Nancy; 272 
Waits, Vicki D. ; 451 
Walden, Wayne N.; 451 
Waldroup, Roddy G.; 421 
Walker, Bill; 219 
Walker, Candace S.; 451 
Walker, Charles W. ; 158 
Walker, Clara E.; 451 
Walker, Jeroline; 451 
Walker, Joe; 451 
Walker, Karen K.; 400 
Walker, Robert A.; 321, 356 
Walker, William R ; 356, 400 
Wall, William J.; 340, 400 



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Wallace, Harold C; 451 

Wallace, James S.; 400 

Wallace, Jo E.; 208 

Wallin, Charles W.; 421 

Wallin, Fannie J.; 208 

Wallingford, Jeanene; 314, 400 

Walllngford, Kenneth M.; 454 

Walls, Danny E. ; 273 

Walraven, Jay; 400 

Walter, Sandra C; 324, 421 

Walters, David; 273, 400 

Walters, H. Gregory; 451 

Walter, Reggie G.; 257, 451 

Walters, Sherry A.; 208 

Walton, Cynthia L; 451 

Wampler, Brenda G.; 400 

Ward, Donald F.; 400 

Ward, Hilda; 421 

Ward, Jesse; 208 

Ward, Lynda K.; 324, 400 

Ward, Mary J.; 208, 256 

Ward, Richard D.; 451 

Wardrip, Kenneth W.; 330, 451 

Ware, John D.; 288, 400 

Warfield, Robert N.; 421 

Warford, lola H.; 451 

Warford, Mattie J.; 451 

Warinner, William D.; 451 

Warner, Brenda S.; 421 

Warner, Sharon S.; 256, 451 

Warren, Burdetta J.; 400 

Warren, Deborah G.; 158 

Warren, Delmer; 180 

Warren, Earl D.; 304 

Warren, James A.; 451 

Warren, James K.; 158 

Warren, Jerry W.; 208 

Warthman, John H.; 451 

Wartschlager, Robert A.; 295, 313, 421 

Washington, Robert; 321, 348 

Wasserman, Judith A.; 422 

Waters, Arthur D.; 180 

Waters, Glorio Y.; 451 

Waters, N. Jean; 242, 451 

Waters, Judith L; 209 

Watkins, Marilyn B.; 400 

Watkins, Steven C; 451 

Watkins, Virginia L; 454 

Watson, Carol A.; 242, 255, 400 

Watson, Deborah S.; 422 

Watson, Lee D. ; 422 

Watson, Linda L„ 400 

Watson, Roy; 222, 325 

Watson, William H.; 451 

Watt, Daniel M.; 208 

Watts, Neill T.; 400 

Watts, Sharon Z.; 400 

Way, James S., Ill 

Wayman, Bill J. ; 272, 321 

Wayman, Deborah L.; 452 

Wayman, William J ; 356, 422 

Weakley, Lyndon B.; 400 

Weas, Susan; 454 

Weaver, Cheryl A.; 452 

Weaver, Daniel R.; 400 

Weaver, Kathleen; 452 

Weaver, Sally L; 422 

Weaver, Shelbye S.; 422 

Webb, Bob; 321, 340 

Webb, James D.; 209 

Webb, Johnny D.; 255, 452 

Webb, Melonie L.; 452 

Webb, Suzy; 422 

Webb, William L.; 422 

Weber, Anita L.; 257, 452 

Weber, Mary J.; 400 

Webster, Anna L.; 209, 291 

Webster, Marsha S.; 158, 222, 232, 239, 328 

Webster, Ron J.; 400 

Weddle, Donna K.; 422 

Weeks, Marcia L.; 452 



Weichhand, Rebecca, 400 

Weis, Michael G.; 400 

Welch, A. Michael; 422 

Welch, Carolyn S.; 324, 422 

Welch, Darlene J.; 454 

Welch, Jimmie W.; 452 

Welch, Linda F. ; 180, 273 

Welch, Michael A.; 452 

Wellman, Mary; 323 

Wellman, William H.; 159 

Wells, Don; 422 

Wells, Gerald E.; 452 

Wells, Jerry Lee; 120 

Wells, Julie A.; 400 

Wells, Karen E.; 182 

Wells, Lillian A.; 270, 296, 314, 422 

Wells, Robert L. ; 452 

Wells, Ronnie D.; 452 

Wells, Sandra R.; 400 

Wells, Sharon K.; 452 

Wells, Stephen D .; 422 

Welsh, Paula C.J 159 

Welsh, Kathi J.; 422 

Welsh, Nita A.; 422 

Welsh, Ray W.; 180, 294 

Wermuth, Glenn M.; 159 

Wessel, Stephen G.; 422 

Wessel, Judith A.; 452 

West, Charlie, Jr.; 180 

West, Elizabeth T.; 452 

West, John S.; 422 

West, Patricia A.; 422 

Westerman, Claudia D.; 422 

Westlake, Kenneth D.; 400 

Westman, Beverly J.; 180, 293 

Weyhrauch, Earnest E.; 97 

Weyrich, Sandra L.; 400 

Wheeler, Constance R.; 330, 452 

Wheeler, Dennis; 255 

Wheeler, Melinda L.; 452 

Wheeler, Robert B.; 400 

Wheeler, Robert C; 400 

Whipple, Robert L; 452 

Whitacker, Dee A.; 209 

Whitacre, Marianne; 272, 422 

Whitaker, Ann; 452 

Whitaker, Edgar, Jr.; 422 

Whitaker, Elaine H.; 209, 239, 255, 269 

Whitaker, Georgia M.; 422 

Whitehead, Margaret J.; 452 

Whitehead, William; 180, 359 

Whitehouse, Jackie E. ; 272, 490 

Whitehouse, Steven A.; 452 

Whitlock, Jennie; 452 

Whitlock, Robert B.; 327, 452 

Whitlow, William; 304 

Whitmer, Ronald L.; 400 

Whitney, Jack C; 306, 422 

Whitney, Judy G.; 400 

Whittaker, Benny L.; 422 

Whittamore, James L.; 400 

Whitton, Susan; 452 

Wibbels, Sandi M.; 452 

Wickliffe, Dolphus J.; 452 

Wientjes, Sharon; 452 

Wigginton, Don L.; 321, 340 

Wiglesworth, Judith S.; 297, 327, 400 

Wigley, Perry B., Jr.; 134 

Wihebrink, James A.; 159, 270 

Whitaker, Jackie L.; 400 

Whitaker, Joan C; 272, 422 

Whitaker, Joe G.; 180 

Whitaker, Rebecca A.; 452 

Whitaker, Rhonda M.; 452 

Whitaker, Roland; 400 

Whitaker, Ruth; 422 

Whitaker, Sam E.; 109 

Whitaker, Samuel E.j 268 

Whitaker, Tracy L.; 452 

White, Daniel R.; 400 

White, Daniel T.; 292, 422 



White, James M.; 400 
White, James P.; 213, 294 
White, John T., Jr.; 452 
White, Mary E.; 272, 400 
White, Mary K.; 452 
White, Pamela P.; 452 
White, William E.; 422 
Whitecar, Leonard R.; 400 
Wilborn, Steve; 246, 298, 400 
Wilburn, Ronnie G.; 209, 246, 320 
Wilcock, Martha A. K.; 159 
Wilcox, Carol L; 452 
Wilcox, James R. ; 209 
Wilde, David G.; 400 
Wilder, Amos; 452 
Wilham, Karen Y.; 400 
Wilkerson, Wanda M.; 272, 422 
Wilkin, Thomas H.; 452 
Wilkins, Millerson L.; 452 
Wilkinson, Dawn K.; 422 
William, Donnie R.; 422 
Williams, Andrew; 422 
Williams, Betty A.; 452 
Williams, Bo; 422 

Williams, Charles T.; 320, 324, 454 
Williams, Claudia J.; 159 
Williams, Darlene; 159 
Williams, David L.; 159 
Williams, Dennis C; 271 
Williams, Dennis L.; 288, 400 
Williams, Donna J.; 452 
Williams, Dorothea W. ; 422 
Williams, E. Carol; 422 

Williams, Eddie J.; 422 

Williams, Ellen R.; 452 

Williams, Georgetta; 452 

Williams, Howard M.; 400 

Williams, James W.; 452 

Williams, Jerry R.; 453 

Williams, Jeffrey M.; 159, 269 

Williams, Judith E.; 209 

Williams, Karen L; 237, 314, 422 

Williams, Larry H.; 209, 359 

Williams, Patricia; 259 

Williams, Roma J.; 400 

Williams, Richard C; 180 

Williams, Robert L.; 453 

Williams, Sandra K.; 453 

Williams, Sharon A.; 422 

Williams, Sue H.; 209, 239 

Williams, Terry A.; 400 

Williams, Thomas J.; 422 

Williamson, Carol A.; 422 

Williamson, George R., Jr.; 209 

Williamson, Judith K.; 159 

Williamson, Portia K.; 270, 400 

Williamson, Robert B.; 401 

Williamson, Sammye G.; 209 

Willian, Donnie R.; 273 

Willimann, Judy R.; 401 

Willinghurst, Charles R.; 453 

Willis, Margaret A.; 453 

Willis, Sharon D.; 453 

Willoughby, Betty J.; 210 

Willoughby, Linda C; 272, 323 

Wills, Jane F.; 453 

Wills, Jerry W.; 453 

Wills, John M.; 294, 401 

Wilmhoff, James D.; 401 

Wilms, Casey; 422 

Wilson, Charles L; 210 

Wilson, Douglas D.; 453 

Wilson, Edward H.; 324, 401 

Wilson, Garland W.; 273, 453 

Wilson, Gary A.; 453 

Wilson, Gary E.; 180 

Wilson, George G.; 180, 311 

Wilson, James E.; 314 

Wilson, Jerry L.; 422 

Wilson, Jimmy C; 422 

Wilson, Judith M.; 401 



484 



Wilson, Katherine L; 272, 401 

Wilson, Kenneth L; 159, 269 

Wilson, Linda L; 453 

Wilson, Marolyn S.; 453 

Wilson, Martha S.; 213 

Wilson, Mary S.; 453 

Wilson, Paul D. ; 180 

Wilson, Robert L; 213 

Wilson, Robert W.; 401 

Wilson, Rodney K.; 453 

Wilson, Roger A.; 422 

Wilson, Ronald C; 422 

Wilson, Ruth A.; 305, 401, 453 

Wilson, Sherry L; 210 

Wilson, Stanolyn G. ; 159, 233 

Wilson, Wanda M.; 210 

Wilt, Sandra C; 159, 246, 322 

Winburn, Brenda G.; 422 

Winburn, Cynthia C; 454 

Winburn, Helen J.; 272 

Wingham, Eddie W. ; 159 

Winings, Jill S.; 159 

Winkler, Vina M.; 87, 422 

Winkler, William; 256 

Winstead, Roy D.; 422 

Winter, Sandra L; 159, 293 

Wira, Michael E.; 401 

Wiser, Garret W. ; 180 

Wisowaty, Marlene A.; 401 

Withers, Larry J.; 180 

Witlow, William, 305 

Witt, Connie L.; 401 

Witt, Danny R.; 401 

Witt, Joe L; 159 

Witt, John C; 401 

Witt, Phyllis A.; 182 

Witt, Victor L.; 159, 268, 269 

Wofford, Larry; 242, 246, 401 

Wojciechowski, Margaret E.; 453 

Woiciechowski, Sandra S.; 210, 272 

Wolf, Pamela M. ; 182 

Wolfe, Donna L.; 272, 401 

Wolfe, Priscilla K.; 422 

Wolff, John H., Jr.; 422 

Wolff, Stanley P.; 453 

Wolford, Kothy M.; 453 



Wolski, George L; 289, 401 

Wood, Allen P.; 453 

Wood, Carol L.; 422 

Wood, Gayle F.; 401 

Wood, Harry D.; 273, 422 

Wood, James M. ; 362, 401 

Wood, Richard D,; 180, 294 

Woodall, Phillip S.; 298, 323, 401 

Woodruff, Kenneth L.; 422 

Woodruff, Sharon A.; 422 

Woods, Jane E.; 293, 401 

Woods, Sandra K.; 160, 270 

Woods, William R.; 348, 422 

Woodside, Deborah L.; 272, 423 

Woodward, Ron P.; 401 

Woodward, William A.; 180 

Woodworth, Kenneth E.; 160, 233, 234, 270, 323 

Woolard, Catherine E.; 453 

Wooten, John R.; 453 

Wooten, Joseph K. ; 453 

Workman, Martha K.; 423 

Worley, Barbara A.; 423 

Worth, John E.; 268, 423 

Wosciehowski, Liz; 256 

Wozny, Cathy; 323, 453 

Wren, Sue; 324, 401 

Wright, Barbara L.; 423 

Wright, Judith A.; 210, 259 

Wright, Julian; 401 

Wright, Kay A.; 210 

Wright, Larry E.; 423 

Wright, Linda I.; 401 

Wright, Phyllis A.; 237, 423 

Wright, Phyllis S.; 246, 323, 423 

Wright, Ronald W.; 160 

Wright, Sharon K.; 257, 453 

Wright, Stephen P.; 160, 232, 234, 270 

Wright, Theresa A.; 423 

Wright, Wilfred R.; 453 

Wyan, Janet K.; 181 

Wyan, Polly W. ; 160 

Wyott, George E.; 246, 320 

Wyatt, Larry G.; 453 

Wyckoff, Irene A.; 453 

Wynn, Linda J.; 259, 423 



Yacabone, Kathleen A.; 272, 401 
Yates, Carroll A.; 401 
Yates, Rebecca S.; 210, 269 
Yates, Richard H.; 453 
Yates, Thomas D.; 423 
Yeager, Dorian P.; 423 
Yearsley, John W.; 401 
Yeary, Dennis E.; 453 
Yeary, Walter R.; 453 
Yeldell, Sidney; 340 
Yocum, C. Jane; 453 
Young, Amy L.; 259 
Young, Angelia L.; 453 
Young, Bruce S.; 273, 401 
YOUNG DEMOCRATS; 324 
Young, Douglass W.; 453 
Young, John A.; 453 
Young, John E.; 181 
Young, Joseph; 162 
Young, Kenneth D.; 453 
Young, Linda M.; 453 
Young, M. Michele; 423 
Young, Michael R.; 313, 453 
YOUNG REPUBLICANS; 324 
Young, Robert W. ; 255, 295, 401 
Young, Sarah L.; 423 
Young, William F„- 160 
Young, Willie L.; 401 
Yoworsky, Steven G-; 453 



Zachary, Jerry L.; 423 

Zachritz, Randy J.; 423 

Zanone, Wesley M.; 423 

Zavis, Sue M.; 453 

Zepp, Frederick K.; 181, 218, 233, 234, 298 

Zerhusen, Janice E.; 270, 325, 401 

Zerkle, Terry L.; 160 

Zimmerman, Wayne H.; 160 

Zureich, Herbert H.; 160, 234, 241 

Zweig, Susan A.; 423 

Zwick, Robert A.; 255, 423 

Zwick, William C.j 273, 401 




Retrospect 




to remember a lifetime, others better forgotten. Some of us grew up in a 
hurry, because he had to; sadly, some of us never will. We learned from it, 
whether we wanted to or not. Hopefully, we will improve on it 




Editor's Note 



The 1968 MILESTONE is, above all, a yearbook, a record of the events and 
the people of 1967-68. But it is our contention that a yearbook should be 
more than this. Therefore, we have edited a book which we hope will not 
only bring a smile of remembrance as you look through its pages, but will 
cause you to take an appraising look at this year, this school, and you. 
Now that it is over, editing the MILESTONE doesn't seem as if it were 
the task that it really was. For the most part, it was a joy, but there were 
times when we felt that if there were ever a 1968 MILESTONE, it would 
be in spite of, rather than because of, a good many people. 




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Perhaps the people to whom we owe the most thanks are Joyce Harville, 
and Wilma Asbury, managing and assistant editors; our faithful section 
editors who persevered through more than a few trying times; and the loyal 
staff members who always did unquestioningly what they were asked. To 
our "big daddies", Harrell Brooks, Foote and Davies representative, and 
Don Feltner, our advisor, we also say thanks for advice and encourage- 
ment. 

We also acknowledge the contributions of the following photographers: 
Trent Strickland; Dave Rains; Dwaine Riddle; Bobby Whitlock; Rob Kum- 
ler; and Nancy Staggs and Dave McKinney, section editors who took pic- 
tures in their "spare" time. Special thanks go to John Mullaney, Ron Car- 
roll, Bob Buring, Osborne Photographic Laboratories; and to Michael Coers. 






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