(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Milestone"

m 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/milestone1969east 



miLESTWlE 

nineteen hundred and sixty-nine 







3nin-Y5xiz bri£ baibnurf n 



miiii 









;*~ r^n^gi 









> ': 



* m * m ' . 



f-^; i*j¥> : :^ 


• 


r- <r ' -**. £ ~~ 


■:tw 




•;r>^ # ;«*« 




:■"• 


r* 1 " j_ (.' _ m.' r- r ^ 

r - * 


flfci. ... < 


t 1 


£ aft ' * •-" 




* 

A 




- - 


- - 



■f^r/fi 



*■» 



•r -* 



T^ --*•? 



<y*>. 



#*JP**, : 












^^%^ 
'* &, 




nineteen hundred aiwsixtf-ninfe 



_/»' 

^ 



The Spirit of Youth. It is that sentient qua- 
lity which speaks for all that is real or im- 
agined. It envelopes a college campus with 
motivation, pride and all the cliches which 
seem unreal to a generation of realists. It 
intoxicates the creative mind. It serves as 
the life thread for an age in which it is 
fashionable to tell it like it is. 

This very spirit is Eastern's mantle. She 
wears it with a pride that at times seems al- 
most paradoxical. It reaches out. It can be 
psychedelic, or simply meditative. It is each 
individual's emerging personality, which, 
when nurtured, becomes the Spirit of East- 
ern Kentucky University. 





The Foundation of Eastern's Spirit, upon 
which all values are based, is its heritage. For 
without it, we have nothing upon which to 
build or add. 





Eastern's heritage is embellished with 
tradition. It is a composite of standards 
— statues and buildings, men and ideas 
— which svmbolize all that Eastern has 
stood for in the past and will stand for 
in the future. 

It is, therefore, that from which we 
draw in order to design our destiny. 





'"' '■M^^^^^^^^^^^W^W^'^^^^^^^V^^Mi 





Any spirit, regardless how rich its heritage, 
is worthless if bound to the past. Eastern's 
spirit is vibrant, steeped in tradition, yet 
deeply concerned with building a future 
both for those here now and for the thou- 
sands yet to come. 





I 

I 
I 

I 

I 

i 
I 

I 



1 

I 



The spirit penetrates the student and becomes 
manifested as scholarship — the growing of a 
mind toward a future that otherwise would not 
have been as rich. 



wr 



T" 




x& i &tfM 




I! 



Growth demands a variety of activities which 
stimulate special interests, through which a 
sense of awareness and a growing concern for 
social development is formulated. The maze 
of heterogeneous opportunities, the multi- 
plicity of the arts, brings a realization of that 
spirit of cultural awareness. 





12 





13 






14 




The aware student faces the realization 
that he is caught up in the spirit, in a world 
of books, balls and ballgames that chal- 
lenge his identity. His is the problem of 
maintaining individualism in the midst of 
ubiquitous crowds. 





15 



Involvement is the only way to pre- 
serve self, to keep from being en- 
gulfed in the swift current, drifting 
from one unlearned experience to 
another. 

This involvement contributes to 
the spirit, and the spirit grows . . . 





16 






17 







-i^cse- 



"^?x 






J*>> 








miLESTOnE 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Nine 
Volume 46 

EASTERN KENTUCKY 
UNIVERSITY 

Richmond, Kentucky 
JAMES A. CULBERTSON • Editor 
RAYMONDE NICELY • Managing Editor 
JAMES L. GANO • Business Manager 



-' 



wmm 






Ira! 



,.JQZTmIvI 






\5^i t».>- 



4P* ' 












$*M' 



i'iiutj* 



*«« «. 




few&*.~ 



. ^;. 



f. ,VAr 



■ r^*-* 



-T^TT 






r-— - ; .i^iJ 




:^«#w* 



~-- ""*>»• xp< 



jp «P-^^> 



_ 



|R. 



PP*^' 



b»t 










'.$**. 



' - <+ . 



. "-n 



-:*•■■■ 



.1 *T> 



- ■-.-.. y : i; » "'< 

r& v"/ : .j?->?.v., ■'. 



r/ *J . 



i ■ 






>-£**!* 



'■^flwS?** 



*»'• 







J '.la. 






/j 



y 



••!i 







CONTENTS 



FOREWORD l 

STUDENT LIFE: A HAPPENING 22 

ACADEMICS 108 

HONORS 264 

ATHLETICS 296 

ORGANIZATIONS 346 

UNDERCLASSES 452 

INDEX AND STUDENT DIRECTORY 536 



r I 




*r' 'A " 



?**i 





UUAi 



"H HW S JIWMJ 'W 



22 




Orientation: It's the adjustment to a new life. It's feeling awe, lone- 
liness, excitement, and new friendships in one ecstatic emotion. It's 
Eastern. 



23 




Good-byes must be said; frustrations of the 
first registration must be endured. Yet, after 
that first week is all over, one cannot help but 
feel pride, responsibility, accomplishment, while 
sensing the challenge that is around the bend. 




24 






25 



Time spent alone in the confines of one's own mind 
is time to ponder the future, contemplate the outside 
world, study — or even just to dream of dreams. 




26 








27 







HI 




We begin to notice those simple, ever-present substances around us and realize the sincerity of our surround- 
ings. We learn that, in order to preserve these things, we must temper our youthful zeal and hostilities with 
understanding and tolerance. 



23 







CROSS ONLY 

AT 

CROSSWALK 





29 





30 



Autumn was a paradox. Eastern slumbered 
at first, as the nights became crisper and 
the campus turned the golden colors of fall. 
The gentle strumming of a guitar and soft 
serenade were not indicative of the explo- 
sion of color and sound that were to follow. 




31 






32 





BAND DAY - 1968 



Distorted, variegated images reflect on the big 
brass tubas as they emit rhythm's oom-pa-pa; bob- 
bing plumes and prancing spats and tassels; the 
pulsating beat of a drum-roll as smiling majorettes 
perform their synchronized routines; the daring-do 
of Robyn Kidwell as she expertly twirls flaming 
batons. And finally, the sound of music, mag- 
nified 5,000 times like a giant stereo. 

It's Band Day — 1968, a spectacle which defies 
the imagination and prompts spontaneous goose- 
pimples throughout Hanger Stadium. It's excite- 
ment as Kentucky's finest high school musicians 
congregate for a joint performance under the di- 
rection of Robert Hartwell. It's a highlight of any 
football season, affording a rare opportunity for 
both the entertainers and the entertained. 




33 







34 



1 




34 








38 




ririf^ ' 



lS«IIf fi 







40 



T%ir m 





,s 5» V 



!*A 






*> .$^ 



<ms 






Homecoming, 1968. It was said with music. The 
music of electrical floats and marching bands. The 
music of old grads reminiscing of Eastern's bygone 
days. The music of a variegated body — 15,000 
strong — emitting a swelling crescendo of excite- 
ment and rah-rah-for-our-side. The sweet, undeni- 
able music of victory. 

There was the Impossible Dream. A Meditation 
Chapel. The excitement of a homecoming victory 
was accented with nostalgia as progress said fare- 
well to Hanger Stadium and made way for a bigger 
and better Eastern. B. J. Thomas socked it to em 
with music. And it was back to the dorms for a 
brief rerun of the day's excitement while old Dan'l 
— Homecoming mum in hand — adamantly stood 
watch over a quiet campus. 




There is nothing else quite like dormitory living. 
It is not necessarily a place for study or a place 
for lying around, but a medium through which 
a myriad of lasting experiences can be formed 
and enjoyed — without regard to the channel 
through which it happens to flow. 



42 







43 





44 




Men's dorms create an atmos- 
phere of living apart, yet to- 
gether in a restricted realm of 
emotion but with sophisticated 
and meaningful freedom. 





45 





46 




But it's more basic than this. It's feeling 
down-to-earth honesty with ourselves 
and with each other, laced with a benign 
sense of security and well-being. 




47 



It has been called the campus in micro- 
cosm. And so it is, for in the grill, one 
can delve into the world of students 
and witness them 'doing their thing.' 





48 






49 



Intrinsic truth lies within the relation- 
ships one has with others, for truth is 
that quality of beauty which commands 
and demands that people give of them- 
selves before receiving. 





> 



50 






51 





52 




Reflections — the mirroring medium 
through which majestic images are 
etched forever in our mind's eye. 




-- > * K 






53 



The heart of a University is it's library. 
For without it, there would be no univer- 
sity, no teachers, no students. It holds all 
that has been learned and offers a promise 
for all that will be learned. 









54 





55 



l^3P^il 



What makes a Greek? Personality, the 
enjoyment of projects shared, party- 
times, and helping people; it's the giving 
of one's time and energy for a purpose 
much bigger than himself. 





56 









57 



J#~«<*<... 





W 



.4***'"V 



*«*. 



*"^'i 








:v 



'1; 



/•""l^ 




• 




The jubilation of an excited crowd, the 
anxiety of a spectator, the concern of a 
cheerleader, and a player's pain — all forms 
of expressions and emotions of aware 

and involved youth. 





59 




Basketball — the team sport that allows individual participation by both player and spectator. But it's 
more. It is admiration for a coach and team who give the utmost to the competition. And it is hys- 
teria — appreciation for doing the best that is possible. 



60 








61 





62 





The phenomenon that civilizes man is culture. 
It hones his sharp edges of incivility and refines 
his base coarseness into a civilized being capable 
of acting beyond instinct, beyond the behavior 
of an animalistic nature. 




63 



Culture holds a different meaning for 
different people. It may be the perform- 
ing arts to some, the values of a strange 
nation to others. 



4 

... 

m 


^1 0*^ 

«-7 


wkd A 


.1 





64 





65 





66 




Individualism, for all its merit, has no 
value or meaning without the ability to 
function within the context of relation 
with others. 




67 







68 




Despite the fact that we engage in 
many activities, our final purpose is 
educating ourselves. Around this aim 
all other involvements must revolve. 




69 





70 




In the educational process, we must realize that it 
is up to each of us to make our own decisions 
about how much we want to learn; to do better 
than those before us. 




71 





72 




►^ 

-^ 




We also realize that, without proper direction, 
what we read and do will be of no value. And, 
those who do the directing must be willing to 
give of themselves for the edification of others. 




73 



Then we have learned; we have har- 
vested knowledge for our own gain . . . 
and rightly so. For what is the purpose 
of learning if not for our improvement. 





74 








75 






76 




A winter expose — it brings with it a 
nonchalant respite from the all-work-and 
-no-play regimen that produces dullness. 




77 



Once a seemingly aimless body of non-entities, 
we came into our own, taking part within the 
whole and with each other, choosing evolution 
over revolution in our struggle to be heard. 





78 








/ 



79 



/ 











lOTNIKH 

STUDENT CWNC& 



UOOWDSON 

srsDon Gguwn 




TREASURER 



HO DAVIDSON 

STUBttTOBKt 



I 



\iii ; 




8.CUII tffxcz 




| | | M.I.KRI.E. 





P.R.I.F. 






PW^M— 







80 







*2>Z<>^ 






:<^-«. 



Seeking recognition, many of us shed our 
apathy, with an aim, a purpose devoted to mak- 
ing a meaningful contribution. 




81 



Nothing exemplifies growth like pat- 
terns, for growth is an ever-changing 
constant; always moving steadily toward 
a higher goal, keeping pace with need. 





82 







83 



The rustle of papers, laughter of a 
crowd, clanging of machinery, whisper 
of a torch, and the stillness of a new 
fallen snow — harmony out of dissonance. 




84 







85 



When smiles take on an added glow; 
when work is done outside that could 
easily have been done indoors; when a 
young man's fancy turns . . . it's Spring. 





86 



M 1 1 



» 








» .-.',:•-. 




- 




87 





88 





The mark of youth is the ability to adapt to any situa- 
tion, to change moods according to our environment. 




89 



This chameleon-like moodiness underscores our 
character and, through it, by prohibiting stereo- 
types, initiates a spirit that distinguishes our 
generation from any other. 




P2- ' "VH 'I 






IHk Jnl^fl 









90 





91 





92 




We come here with young minds and young ideas. 
But when we finally have to leave, after what 
seems a lifetime of growing up, we suddenly feel 
very old. Yet it's not physical aging with which 
we are preoccupied; it's the insight of what we 
once were and what we now are. 





93 



BEAUTY 





95 



MISS 
EASTERN 

PATRICIA DOUGLAS 




96 





97 




98 



QUEEN 
ATHENA 

JAMIE MULLINS 




100 






101 



CAMPUS SWEETHEARTS 



Palmer Hall 
CAROL BELLAMY 




Mattox Hall 
JULIE WELLS 



(02 



Combs Hall 
CAROLYN THOMAS 



Miller-Beckham-McCreary Halls 
GITTEL CHASE 




Keith Hall 
DEBBIE WAXMAN 



Martin Hall 
ANN LOWHORN 




!04 



Commonwealth Hall 
BRENDA SOWDEN 




105 




MISS 

PHOTOGENIC 

PEGGY MANNEN 




106 




MISS 



MILESTONE 



NANCY VATER 




■BBnBI 



107 



Hi 
flHPVBr 




ACADEMICS 















iisi# . '■'1' 




'Every Kentuckian Counts' 
Theme of Governor Nunn 

Governor Louie B. Nunn completed his first twelve 
months in the Kentucky state house this year with 
a fine record of service to education. His administra- 
tion, strong in its support for education, is based on 
the premise that "Every Kentuckian Counts." 

A frequent visitor to the Eastern campus, Governor 
Nunn received the Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree 
from Eastern when he spoke at the 1968 Founders 
Day ceremonies. "We have placed a premium on edu- 
cation," said the Governor as he pointed out that 
67 percent of his budget was earmarked for Kentucky's 
schools. 

The Glasgow native has led the Kentucky cam- 
paigns of President Richard M. Nixon, President 
Eisenhower, and Senators John Sherman Cooper and 
Thruston B. Morton. Chairman of the board of elders 
and deacons of the First Christian Church of Glasgow, 
he is active in many civic and professional organizations. 





In two of his visits to the Eastern campus this year, Governor 
Nunn chats (above) with a member of the University Women 
and at right with Eastern author-in-residence and Kentucky 
poet laureate, Jesse Stuart, and President Martin. 




10 




Eastern's Board of Regents: Earle B. Combs, Senator Durham Howard, Sidney W. Clay, Ralph Whalin, faculty representative, William 
Wallace, President Robert R. Martin, J. C. Powell, secretary of the board, Robert Begley, Senator Wilson Palmer, and Steve Wilborn, 
student representative. Wendell Butler, not pictured, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, is ex-officio chairman of the board. 



Eastern Board of Regents Is Second in Nation to Include Student, Faculty Representation 




Judge James Chenault administers the oath of office to four new Board 
members. From left: William Wallace, Robert Begley, Steve Wilborn, student 
representative, and Ralph Whalin, faculty representative. 



Kentucky again illustrated its unhesitancy to 
innovation when the Commonwealth became 
the first state and Eastern the second institution 
in the nation to include student and faculty rep- 
resentation on the Boards of Regents of public 
colleges and universities. W. Steve Wilborn, 
Student Association president, and Mr. Ralph 
Whalin, elected faculty representative, were 
administered the oath of office this year along 
with new members, Mr. William Wallace and 
Mr. Robert Begley, who were appointed by 
Governor Nunn to regular four-year terms. 

In addition to approving a record budget of 
$18 million for the biennium, the Board okayed 
approximately $15 million in new construction 
projects this year. Included were the planned 
$6 million University Center and a $3.5 million 
classroom building. 

Throughout its history, the Board has worked 
consistently with the president of the University 
for the advancement of Eastern, diligently striv- 
ing for continued progress. The governing body 
of the University, the Board is responsible for 
the policymaking decisions which have ignited 
Eastern's unparalleled development. 



/// 




o 



>^ 





PRESIDENT ROBERT R. MARTIN: A MAN WITH A VISION 

The demands of leading a university require more of a man than the prerequisites of academic and 
administrative acumen. In a word, they require foresight. That President Robert R. Martin has this 
foresight is demonstrated by Eastern's drive toward the greatness he predicted eight years ago in his 
inaugural address, entitled, "A Vision of Greatness." It is evidenced by Dr. Martin's ability to forecast 
the future needs of the institution. 

Under President Martin's administration, the student is the central figure around whom all university 
planning revolves. Representative of the student emphasis — the "Spirit of Youth" — prevalent on the 
Eastern campus is the construction begun this year on the site of Hanger Stadium for structures to serve 
the spiritual and social needs of the students — the Meditation Chapel and University Center, shown 
on these pages. 




113 



President Martin's Eighth Year 
As Eventful As Preceding Seven 

President Martin's eighth year at the helm of Eastern 
saw the continuation of his aggressive programs as 
his administration tirelessly worked to develop new 
physical facilities, expanded academic programs and 
improved student services. It was an eventful year, 
just as the seven preceding years have been. 

During the past year, he has seen the realization of 
many academic objectives, the most pronounced being 
at both ends of the Eastern educational spectrum — 
associate and graduate degree levels. New physical 
facilities totaling some $20 million have either been 
completed or begun during this year. 

Recipient of the 1964 Outstanding Kentuckian Award 
from the Kentucky Press Association, Dr. Martin con- 
tinued to demonstrate his leadership prowess on all 
levels, holding key offices on several national educa- 
tive bodies. A recognized force behind the ascent of 
higher education in Kentucky, he provided much leader- 
ship to the development of state-wide programs such 
as the Kentucky Educational Television Network. 
Despite his grinding schedule, President and Mrs. 
Martin found time to spend with the students, attending 
as many campus events as possible. 




President Martin and other members of the Century Club 
(above) symbolically break ground for Meditation Chapel 
from a wheelbarrow at Homecoming ceremonies. Eastern's 
No. 1 fan displays his pleasure during one of the Colonels' 
home football games at right. 




President and Mrs. Martin watch most of the year's parades from the 
porch of their Blanton House home. 



14 




, ifc 




Mr. J. C. Powell, Executive Dean, maintains close contact with 
each building project in his role as fiscal aide to the President. 




Mr. Howard Unterbrink, Internal Auditor, is concerned with the 
proper maintenance of University accounts. 




Mr. John L. Vickers, Executive Assistant, is a per- 
sonal representative for the President and is Director 
of the Placement Service. 

Executive Aides Assist 



Presidential Duties 

Preparation of the University budget is one of 
the prime missions of Mr. J. C. Powell, execu- 
tive dean, who also serves as secretary of the 
Board of Regents. An important appointed role 
was also filled by Mr. Powell this year as he 
served as chairman of a committee studying 
student affairs. The organization of bond issues, 
supervision of building projects, the utilization 
of University facilities and the preparation and 
audit of internal accounts are also functions of 
his office. 

Mr. Howard L. Unterbrink, Internal Auditor, 
serves as assistant to the Executive Dean in 
affairs of internal finance. Mr. John L. Vickers, 
executive assistant, represents the President at 
many community and state functions, as well as 
administers the Presidential Scholarship pro- 
gram. In addition, he is director of the Place- 
ment Service, in which he brings Eastern stu- 
dents in contact with prospective employers. 



Academic Affairs Expands Educational Spectrum 




Significant expansion at both ends of the educa- 
tional spectrum were prime developments this 
year in the Office of Academic Affairs, under 
the direction of Vice President Thomas Fisher 
Stovall. 

Existing, and new, two-year programs were 
administratively grouped into the Richmond 
Community College at one end of Eastern's 
curriculum. At the other extreme, new master's 
degree programs in six fields were added, and 
new sixth-year specialist degrees were authorized 
in arts, sciences, education, and technology. 

In his dual capacity as Vice President of 
Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculties, 
Dr. Stovall charts the academic course of East- 
ern in coordination with the deans of the re- 
spective colleges and the Dean of the Graduate 
School. 

University-wide academic services also grew 
under Dean Stovall's supervision. These include: 
libraries, research, instructional services, inter- 
national education, and allied health programs. 



Abore: Dr. Thomas F. Stovall, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean 
of the Faculties, directs Eastern's academic course. Below: Dr. LaRue Coca- 
nougher, Dean for Continuing Education, is concerned with the development 
of off-campus classes and in-service education. 




116 




Mr. Ernest E. Weyhrauch, Director of Libraries, and Dr. R. Dean Acker, Director of 
Research often find themselves working together on research projects. 






s» , " w . W i I ™'' t '" 4 


1 




1 sA ^B 


i 


1 

1 


^^ta 




Iff T|n"| ] f'j 




^^. 


1 1 

M 

)#i'»ii.M»i 

*** 






If 1 „ . 



Above: Dr. Thomas D. Meyers, Coordinator of Allied 
Health Programs, provides information on all health 
programs the various colleges offer. Left: Dr. Kenneth 
Clawson, Dean of Richmond Community College, co- 
ordinates Eastern's Associate Degree programs. 



117 



Right: Mr. James S. Harris, Director of Instructional 
Services and Mr. John Sullivan, Coordinator of Radio, 
discuss a WEKU-FM program log. Bottom: Mr. Ed- 
ward De Carbo, Coordinator of International Educa- 
tion, advises Dr. Stovall in educational matters of an 
international nature. 





Office of Student Affairs Studies Policies 





Above: Dr. Henry G. Martin, Vice President for Student Affairs, is the chief 
administrator in areas of student interest. Left: Dr. Charles Ambrose, Dean of 
Admissions, has the basic responsibility of admission and re-admission of students. 



Revision, improvement and committee work were the key words in 
the Office of Student Affairs this year, under the direction of its 
Vice President, Dr. Henry G. Martin. 

Liberalized dormitory hours for women and more permissive motor 
vehicle regulations greeted the student body when it returned to the 
campus last fall. The entire area of student regulations was under 
study for a report to the special Faculty Committee on Student Affairs 
which is expected to have impact during the next school year. 

All policies affecting student organizations were published by Mr. 
Donald Smith, Director of Student Organizations. Miss Mary K. Ingels, 
Dean of Women, and Mr. Paul Seyfrit, Dean of Men, advised the 
Greek social organizations in addition to their normal duties of coun- 
seling and advising. 

The Admissions Office, under Dean Charles Ambrose, admitted 
and processed a record enrollment of 9,179. Mr. Herb Vescio, Director 
of Student Financial Assistance, and Dr. Wilbur Houston, University 
Physician, continued their services. 



119 




Above: Miss Mary K. Ingels, Dean of 
Women, and Mr. Paul Seyfrit, Dean 
of Men, are responsible for the well- 
being of Eastern's students. Right: Mr. 
Donald Smith, Director of Student Or- 
ganizations, administers policies that 
affect the operation of campus organi- 
zations. 




120 




Mrs. Jeannette Crockett and Mr. Robert Noble, Director of Men's and Women's 
Residence Halls, are responsible for student dormitory life. 





Mr. Herb Vescio, Director of Student Financial As- 
sistance, administers loan, stipend, and work-study pro- 
grams available at the University. 




Mr. Leonard Taylor, Registrar, supervises the registration 
and recording of grades achieved by students. 



Dr. Wilbur Houston, as Director of Student Health 
Services, administers the University Infirmary. 



121 



Office of Business Affairs Improves Services 




Mr. Neal Donaldson, Dean of Business Affairs, is responsible for the administration and coordination of all business 
activity of the University. 



Rapid growth of the student body and staff, together 
with tremendous expansion of the physical plant, is a 
constant challenge to the Office of Business Affairs 
which is responsible for those functions of the Univer- 
sity that are of a business, financial, or institutional 
service area. Continuous study and evaluation of opera- 
tions, procedures, and the staff are necessary to meet 
the needs of the institutions. 

Business Affairs oversaw the expansion of dormitory 
telephone service, acquired a new heating plant in the 
Ramsey Building, and improved financial services to 
student organizations during the year. Attractive health 
and life insurance programs were implemented for 
faculty and staff. 

This administrative office, under the direction of 
Dean Neal Donaldson, is specifically responsible for: 
receiving and safeguarding of funds; accounting and 
budgetary control; purchasing; operation and mainte- 
nance of physical plant; data processing; institutional 
services; housing; food service; safety and security; 
and the campus bookstore. 




Above: Mr. Billy A. Grubbs, Director of Purchases and Stores, 
directs the University's sole procurement agency. Below: Col. 
Shirley Castle, Director of Personnel Services, administers all 
employee benefit programs. 



122 






Above: Mr. Lawrence O. Martin, Director of Food Services, 
administers Eastern's growing system of cafeterias and grills. 
Beloiv: The maintenance of the physical plant and grounds is the 
duty of Division of Buildings and Grounds directed by Col. 
Ernest Chapman. 



Above: Mr. G. M. Brock, Comptroller, retired this year after 
serving the institution for 50 years. Below: Mr. W. A. Staple- 
ton, Bursar, supervises accounts due the University and the 
check-cashing service. 





Col. A. O. Hatch, Director of Housing, is in charge 
of public and financial matters relating to University 
housing for students, faculty and staff. 




123 



Bottom right: Mr. Pat Ridgely, Director of Data Processing,, 
provides services for the statistical data and records necessary for 
effective administration. Bottom left: Mr. Fred Ballou, manager 
of the University Bookstore, guarantees that students and faculty 
can get necessary books and supplies at a reasonable cost. Below 
right: Mr. Claude Bivins, Director of Institutional Services, co- 
ordinates postal, telephone, duplicating and filing for the Uni- 
versity. Below left: Mr. Billy Lockridge, Director of Safety and 
Security, protects and safeguards the property of Eastern, its 
students and staff. 







124 



Public Affairs Directs Century Fund Drive 




Mr. Donald R. Feltner, Dean of Public Affairs, is the chief administrator in those areas involving 
Eastern's relationship with the various publics. 




Mr. Charles D. Whitlock, Director of Publications, 
and Mr. Brown Lee Yates, Director of News, have 
the duty of presenting information about Eastern 
through various media. 



The successful completion of the Century Fund campaign 
to finance the construction of Meditation Chapel was a 
highlight of a diverse number of new programs under- 
taken by the Office of Public Affairs this year. 

Under the direction of Dean Donald R. Feltner, the 
office also separated news and publication into two divi- 
sions, and offered new services to students, faculty, school 
leaders, and campus visitors through a new area called 
Informational Services. 

The Alumni Office moved into its new home in the 
refurbished Mary Frances Richards Alumni House, while 
the other divisions within Public Affairs occupied new 
quarters in the Jones Building. 

The biggest Band Day event in history, with 5,000 
musicians participating, was coordinated by University- 
School Relations. In addition, a stepped-up program of 
recruiting is expected to result in another record enroll- 
ment next fall. Alumni Affairs drew praise for both 
Alumni Day and Homecoming programs and Placement 
expanded its Services with its first full-time director 
and new facilities. 



125 



Right: Mr. Henry F. Pryse, Director of University-School Rela- 
tions, directs the program of student recruitment. Below: Mr. 
David M. Vance, Director of Sports Information, provides 
news agencies facts about the Colonels. Bottom right: Mr. 
James W. Thurman, Director of Alumni Affairs, maintains 
close contact with Eastern's growing family of graduates. 









126 




CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



127 



% m\*a ■ ■■M H "'IIi "ill 

J «1 ■JwSp~. m mmm M 


^H 




9 KlliJr ^11 IH ,i ! ' 1 
H JP^ 9 1 i ■ ■£■■ 








1 ■ JaYJ BVm. ■■ a ■ ff ■) 




■ft H ■§ bH IB 




Alii R 


n 






^r 


■7 ^u^ 



Dean Clyde J. Lewis is responsible for administering the general education programs Eastern 
students take during their first two years. 



Central University College 
Stresses Advising Services 

Central University College, under the leadership 
of Dean Clyde Lewis, this year strengthened 
its program of academic advising in an ef- 
fort to further assist adjustment and develop- 
ment of Eastern students during their first two 
undergraduate years. 

The college, which administers the records 
of all students during their freshman and 
sophomore years, added an associate dean, Dr. 
Leroy Barlow, who worked extensively with the 
advising program. 

Mr. Bently Hilton was instrumental in the 
advising emphasis, as was the staff of advisers 
drawn from all of the Unviersity's academic 
programs. 

Central University College contains the aca- 
demic departments of social science and mili- 
tary science, while also directing general studies 
in English composition, health, physical educa- 
tion, and science. 




Associate Dean Leroy Barlow heads the Eastern program of academic advising 
for freshmen and sophomores. 



128 




Dr. Bert C. Bach coordinates the English composition portion of the 
Central University curriculum in addition to his teaching duties. 





Academic adviser, Mr. Bentley Hilton, is a key figure 
in Central University College's scholastic guidance of 
students in their first two years. 



Dr. Alan Downes, chairman of the Department of Social Science, is an 
animated lecturer. 



129 





Dr. Wallace C. Dixon coordinates the science portion of the Central 
University general studies program. 



Dr. John M. Deck chairs the physical education program 
within Central University College and is responsible for 
activity classes in that area. 




Colonel Everett N. Smith, Professor of Military Science, directs a Reserve Officer 
Training Corps that boasts a 2,600-man brigade. 



130 




COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 



131 



7f 




Administrator of the rapidly developing College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
Dean John D. Rowlett is guiding that division of the University through years of 
academic expansion and physical growth, represented here by the Burrier Building. 



Applied Arts and Technology Expands Offerings, Facilities 



The College of Applied Arts and Technology this year 
approached its goal of preparing men and women for 
technical professions and teachers of home economics, 
industrial arts and vocational-technical education with 
more resources than ever before. 

The college, under the leadership of Dean John D. 
Rowlett, acquired a new facility — the Burrier Building — 
and continued the expansion of academic offerings to a 
total of 30 undergraduate degree programs, 16 Associate 
of Arts (two-year) curricula and 14 Bachelor of Science 
degrees. The graduate program was expanded beyond 
the master's level with the addition of a sixth-year Special- 
ist in Technology degree. 

The Burrier Building provided new facilities for the 



Department of Home Economics and housed classes of the 
Department of Nursing and the School of Law Enforce- 
ment. 

Development within the other departments of Applied 
Arts and Technology — agriculture, industrial education, 
industrial technology, the Traffic Safety Institute and the 
Kentucky School of Crafts — also contributed to the over- 
all growth within the college, which has seen its enroll- 
ment more than double in two years. 

Plans for future expansion were also in the works this 
year. More degree programs, at all academic levels, were 
under constant study. It was announced that the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture is to be housed in a new technical- 
agriculture building during the 1969-70 academic year. 



132 




In the simulated environment of a greenhouse, students learn useful techniques of horticulture. 





Dr. William A. Householder, chairman of the Department of 
Agriculture, directs programs preparing students not only for 
farming, but for agriculture related occupations. 



As Associate Dean of the College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology, Dr. Jack A. Luy frequently observes classes and teaching 
techniques in the college in addition to his own administrative 
and academic responsibilities. 



133 





Knowledge gained from books is put into practice as one girl 
observes the wide-eyed innocence and curiosity of babyhood in 
the Home Economics Child Development Laboratory. 



Typesetting and the operation of presses are skills acquired in 
graphic art classes. 







As chairman of the Department of Home Economics, Dr. 
Roberta Hill directs curricula preparing dieticians and food 



service management in addition to programs to educate home 
economics teachers. 



134 




As chairman of the Department of Industrial Educa- 
tion, Mr. Ralph Whalin directs one of only 212 higher 



education programs for the preparation of certified 
industrial arts teachers. 





Dr. William Sexton (left), chairman of the Department 
of Industrial Technology, directs baccalaureate and asso- 
ciate degree programs in drafting, electronics (right), 
graphic arts and printing. 



135 




Knowledge of the techniques of fingerprinting is necessary for accurate criminal identification by students 
in the School of Law Enforcement. 








The chairman of the Kentucky School of Crafts, 
Dr. Kenneth Hansson, is concerned with assisting 



practicing and beginning craftsmen to improve 
their skills and products. 



136 




Mr. Leslie M. Leach, here administering the Breathalyzer 
test for alcohol, is director of the Traffic Safety Institute 
which is concerned with research, public service, and instruc- 
tion related to preparing driver education teachers. 




Traffic control is a skill acquired through diligent study and 
practical application. 




Mr. Robert Posey, chairman of the School of 
Law Enforcement, administers the only degree 
program in law enforcement in Kentucky. 



137 





Nursing students have diversified educational oppor- 
tunities. An Eastern nursing student (above) gains 
experience at one of the off-campus medical centers; 
while other students (below) study human anatomy 
in campus laboratories. 



Chairman of the Department of Nursing, Mrs. Charlotte Denny, is in charge 
of academic programs which prepare students to take the State Board Ex- 
amination for certification as registered nurses. 




138 





The College of Applied Arts and Technology offers a wide variety of academic 
programs — from experimental wood-bending to ornamental horticulture. 



Applied Arts and 
Technology Seniors 



HAROLD GENE ADKINS, Woodbine 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

HAROLD DUDLEY ANDERSON, Danville 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club. 

ROBERT JOHNSON ANDRIOT, Shelbyville 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



JERRY WAYNE ARCHER, Richmond 

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

ROTC Band; KIEA. 

DANA LEE BAILEY, South Vienna, Ohio 
B.S. Vocational Education. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

JERRY MARKCAL BAKER, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Education. Gymnastics Club; Beta Omi- 

cron Chi; Industrial Education Club. 




139 




MARGARET MIDDLETON BALDWIN, Paris 
B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; ROTC 
Sponsor; KYMA; Young Democrat Club; Alpha Gamma 
Delta. 

ANDREW ARNOLD BARKER, Berea 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

JAMES ELSTON BEASLEY, Lancaster 

B.S. Industrial Technology. AUSA; Counterguerrilla 

Raiders. 

RUSSELL BURTON BILLINGS, Stanton 

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

RODGER WINN BINGHAM, Crittenden 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

SUSAN BLACKBURN, Pikeville 

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

JAMES A. BLAKE, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Alpha Delta Upsilon, Presi- 
dent and Vice President; Newman Club; KIEA; Veterans 
Club; Marathon and Cross Country Team; Intra Frater- 
nity Council; Intra Dorm Council. 

JAMES JOSEPH BOGO, Georgetown 
B.S. Industrial Education Club. 

JOHNNY KESLER BOHANNON, Bagdad 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club; Student Council. 






SENIORS 







The printed word begins with concentration in a graphics class. 



140 




EDWARD GREGORY BOKAL, Binghampton, New 

York 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

MICHAEL ALLEN BOLTE, Hillsboro, New York 
B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club; 
Newman Club. 

EDWIN DANIEL BOWLING, JR., Franklin, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



RUSSELL NEWEY BRADT, Patchogue, New York 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

NEAL LANDIS BRITTAIN, Eubank 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

ALBENT L. BROWNE, Pleasureville 
B.S. Agriculture. 



ARBLE G. BRUNER, Lancaster 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

GAYLE RICHMOND BURCHETT, Prestonsburg 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

GORDON GENE BURNS, JR., Easton, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 




LAURENCE McCALLUM BURROWS, JR., Cliffside 

Park, New Jersey 
B.S. Law Enforcement. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

GERAID ANTHONY BYRD, Florence 

B.S. Law Enforcement. Pershing Rifles; Military Police; 

Varsity Rifle Team; MILESTONE. 

WESLEY RAY CAMPBELL, Barbourville 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 



MICHAEL ROBERT CARR, Independence 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

JIMMIE L. CARTER, Harlan 

B.S. Home Economics. YWCA; Young Republicans; 

Harlan County Club; Home Economics Club. 

DAVID W. CHENEY, Troy, Ohio 

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



JOHN HOWARD CHRISTIAN, Evarts 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

DONALD EUGENE CHURCH, Scotch Plains, New 

Jersey 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

ROBERT NELSON CLINGER, Mason, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



141 



ROBERTA ANN CLOYD, Junction City 
B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Parlia- 
mentarian; YWCA, Publicity Chairman. 

MILDRED CARRIER COBB, Richmond 
B.S. Dietetics. Dietetics Club, President; Home Econom- 
ics Club; YWCA. 

JOYCE A. COLE, Corinth 

B.S. Home Economics. Band; Home Economics Club. 



ROBERT THOMAS CONWAY, Frankfort 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

ROBERT EARL COOPER, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

RODNEY KENT COPPAGE, Florence 
B.S. Industrial Education. 




JANICE LAMARR CORNETT, Skyline 
B.S. Home Economics. 

JAMES HUGH CRUME, II, Bardstown 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Treasurer. 

DONALD DENNIS CULVER, Corbin 

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



RANDALL GIBSON CURRY, Richmond 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 

THEODORE R. CURTIS, II, Cynthiana 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 

CAROL DAVIDSON, Barbourville 

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



JERRY HOWARD DAVIS, Glasgow 
B.S. Law Enforcement. Veterans Club. 

JAMES DEMLER, Dayton 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Football; E-Club; Beta Omi- 

cron Chi. 

WILLIAM DEVORE, North Canton, Ohio 

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

Education Club. 

DANNY MICHAEL DILLMAN, Carlisle, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Rifle Team; Scabbard and 

Blade; Pershing Rifles; Industrial Education Club. 

ANNA MARIE DIXON, Barbourville 

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

Republicans Club. 

CHARLES ANDREW DOLL, Richmond 

B-S. Industrial Education. Wrestling Team; Industrial 

Arts Club; SNEA; Inter-dorm Council. 




142 




Seniors soak up the last warm days of Fall. 



SENIORS 




MAX L. DOTY, Hyden 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club, 

Vice President. 

RONNIE DOUGLAS ELLIOTT, Lexington 
B.S. Law Enforcement. SNEA. 

RALPH E. ESTES, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club, 

Treasurer; KIEA; CKIEA. 

STEPHEN WAYNE FARDO, Butler 
B.S. Industrial Education. Kappa Delta Pi; Scabbard 
and Blade; Young Republican Club; Industrial Educa- 
tion Club; Student Council; AUSA. 

JANE CAROL FAULKNER, Berry 

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

LINDA LEE FIGGINS, Covington 

B.S. Law Enforcement. Little Theatre, Secretary; Alpha 

Psi Omega. 

THELMA CARY FITCH, Lexington 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

JERALD GLYNDON GILBERT, Annville 
B.S. Agriculture. SCSA, President. 

ROBERT JAMES GIVIN, Ringwood, New Jersey 
B.S. Law Enforcement. AUSA. 



LARRY ALLEN GLASS, Georgetown 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

ALLAN H. GOODRICH, JR., Richmond 
B.S. Industrial Education. Student Court; Industrial Edu- 
cation Club. 

RAY LAVELLE GREEN, Milton 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 



143 



SENIORS 




The Grill is a good place to catch up on the latest news. 



JAMES PAUL GREGG, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Agriculture. Golf Team. 

ROBERT ALLEN GROSS, Milton 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

BETTY LOU GUINN, Paint Lick 

B.S. Home Economics. Young Republican; SNEA; Home 

Economics. 

ANNA G. HALL, Richmond 
B.S. Home Economics. 

ALVIN CURRY HANCOCK, JR., LaGrange 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

HARRY HANNAH, Carlisle, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Industrial 

Education Club. 



JACKIE WHITEHOUSE HARMON, Mackville 

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

Washington County Club. 

JOHN ROWLAND HARROD, Nicholasville 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

THOMAS CHARLES HARVEY, Bellevue 

B..S Industrial Education. KIEA; Industrial Education 

Club; Newman Club. 

DENNIS PAUL HASSON, Fort Thomas 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

ROBERT OSMAN HEILMAN, Pleasureville 
B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

JAMES N. HELM, JR., Burgin 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club, Sec. 




144 



TERESA LYNN HELM, Richmond 

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

GLENDA JEAN HENSLEY, Manchester 
B.S. Home Economics. 

THOMAS NELSON HOLLADAY, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Technology Club; 

Student Council; Fayette County Club. 

MARTIN C. HOOVER, Glenford, Ohio 
B.S. Agriculture. Circle K Club; Agriculture Club; Inter- 
Dorm Council. 

JIMMY D. HUGHES, Springdale, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; 

SNEA. 

THEODORE HORNSBY, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

BEVERLY KAREN HUMBLE, Mount Olivet 

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

SNEA; Young Republicans; ROTC Sponsor. 

JOHN ALLEN INGRAM, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement. Young Republicans; Delta Chi 

Theta; Student Council; Inter-Fraternity Council. 

WILLIAM DONALD JACKSON, Richmond 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

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

JOYCE ANN JONES, Falmouth 

B.S. Home Economics. YWCA, President; Young Re- 
publicans; Kappa Delta Tau; Home Economics Club. 

ROBERT CLAYTON JONES, Walton 
B.S. Industrial Education. 





GEORGE RAY KARNES, Urbana, Illinois 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

BERNIE WILSON KEARNS, Harrodsburg 
B.S. Industrial Education. Young Republicans. 

VICTOR JOHN KIDD, Cumberland 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; 

SNEA. 



JOE BRYANT KOGER, Albany 
B.S. Agriculture. 

LARRY DALE LACY, West Liberty 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 

RICHARD CREIGHTON LAYMAN, Ashland 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 



145 




SENIORS 

WARREN ALLEN MAY, Eminence 
B.S. Industrial Education. Henry County Club: Kappa 
Iota Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; Industrial Education Club, 
President; Who's Who. 

EVERETT C. MELIUS, Central Islip, New York 
B.S. Industrial Education. Inter-Dorm Council; Wres- 
tling Team. 

BETTY ELLEN MOLYNEAUX, Bardstown 

B.S. Home Economics. Delta Theta Pi, President; 

CWENS; Home Economics Club. 

CAROLYN SUE MOUNCE, Nancy 
B.S. Home Economics. 

BEVERLY IRENE MURPHY, Stearns 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; CWENS; 

Canterbury Club, Secretary. 

TERRY LEE MURPHY, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Track Team; Delta Upsilon. 

GARY BRUCE NORMAN, South Lebanon, Ohio 

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

SNEA. 

MICHAEL E. NYGREN, Morris Plains, New Jersey 
B.S. Industrial Education. Inter-Dorm Council; Inter- 
Fraternity Council; Tau Kappa Epsilon, President; Persh- 
ing Rifles. 

DANNY WESLEY O'NEAL, Catlettsburg 
B.S. Industrial Education. Circle K Club, Secretary; In- 
dustrial Education Club. 



MICHAEL IRL LEET, LaGrange 
B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Arts Club; Ora- 
torical Choir; Photography Club. 

MARION I. LEMASTER, Salyerville 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

JEFFREY LEE LITTRELL, Somerset 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Art Club. 

JUDY LYNN LYONS, Bethlehem 

B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Henry 

County Club. 

CARROLL SCOTT McBRAYER, Frankfort 
B.S. Vocational Education. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secre- 
tary; Industrial Arts Club; Inter-Dorm Council. 

DUANE C. MAGISKE, Monongahela, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. 

PEGGY ELIZABETH MAHAN, South Williamson 
B.S. Home Economics. Home Economics Club; SNEA. 

MICHAEL MARTIN, Augusta 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Psychology. Veterans Club. 

HENRY HERBERT MAURER, Alexandria, Virginia 
B.S. Law Enforcement. Phi Delta Theta; Student Court; 
AUSA; Scabbard and Blade; Military Police; Distin- 
guished Military Student. 




146 







HERSHEL WAYNE OSBORNE, Dry Ridge 
B.S. Agriculture. 

JOHN W. PATTERSON, West Alexandria, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

CARL LOUIS PAULIN, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



JOHN J. PEZZAROSSI, Louisville 
B.S. Industrial Education. SNEA; KIEA. 

JOHN EDWARD PICARSKI, Irvine 

B.S. Law Enforcement. Pershing Rifles; AUSA. 

ROBERT THOMAS PLOTTS, Easton, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Industrial Education. Football. 



WILLIAM HENRY POTTER III, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club. 

VIRGINIA ANN PREECE, Grundy, Virginia 
B.S. Home Economics. Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice Presi- 
dent; Young Republicans; Pi Alpha Theta, Historian; 
YWCA. 

DANIEL LEE PYLE, Hillsboro, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club; Student Council; 

Pershing Rifles; Young Republicans. 



JAMES M. RAMSEY, McKee 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. 

PAUL A. RAMSEY, Stanton 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

TIMOTHY MOORE REGAN, Covington 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. 



CHARLES ELDON REYNOLDS, Crittenden 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

ALLEN KURT RILEY, Stanford 

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

SNEA. 

CHARLES P. ROACH, JR., Harrodsburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Industrial Education Club; 

Sigma Tau Pi; Young Republicans. 

MICHAEL LEE ROBERTS, Smithfield 

B.S. Industrial Technology; Rifle Team; E Club. 

M. DOUGLAS ROBERTS, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club. 

CAROLYN ANN RUSSELL, Mackville 

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

Washington County Club, Secretary. 




147 




ELBERT FRANK SEALE, JR., Norton, Virginia 

B.S. Industrial Education. Sigma Nu Colony; SNEA; 

Industrial Education Club. 

MARY MARGARET SCHUMACHER, Maysville 
B.S. Dietetics. Home Economics Club; Treasurer, New- 
man Club; Dietetics Club. 

JERRY R. SCOTT, Eubank 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



DAVID LYNN SHAW, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement. Phi Delta Theta Colony; DMS; 

Military Police. 

JAMES NICHOLAS SHROUT, Sharpsburg 
B.S. Agriculture. KYMA. 

WILLIAM JOHN SIEG, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. 



SENIORS 




Child Development students plan activities to amuse children. 



DANIEL WAYNE SIMPSON, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 

ROBERT LEWIS SMITH, Manchester 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

ULYS SMITH, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; 

Veteran's Club. 

GEORGE WAIN SPALDING, Finley 

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

Club. 

LOIS SPARKS, Morrill 

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

Republicans; YWCA; ROTC Sponsor. 

JOHN W. SPRIESTERSBACH, Englewood, Ohio 
B.S. Industrial Education. Phi Delta Theta Colony; In- 
dustrial Arts Club. 




148 



SHIRLEY NEWSOME STACKHOUSE, Lincoln Park, 

Michigan 
B.S. Home Economics. Inter-Dorm Council; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

JAMES WILLIAM STEPHENS II, Stanton 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 

MARY EDNA STEPHENS, Lexington 
B.S. Home Economics. Alpha Delta Pi; Kappa Alpha 
Sweetheart; Home Economics Club; Homecoming Can- 
didate. 

GAY LEE STEWART, Manchester, Connecticut 

B.S. Home Economics and Elementary Education. SNEA; 

ACE; Home Economics Club. 

MARY LAURA STIVERS, Lexington 

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

Delta Tau. 

THEODORE ALBERT STUBER, JR., Louisville 
B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

ROBERT LYNN SWANAGIN, Fort Knox 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

DWANE LEROY THOMPSON, Hebron 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

KAY THOMPSON, Berry 

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




MICHAEL JAMES THOMPSON, Long Island, New 

York 
B.S. Law Enforcement. 

JOYCE ANN TINCHER, Booneville 

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

BSU. 

SUSAN MARGARET TRUE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Home Economics. 

WILLIAM G. TURPIN, Richmond 
B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club. 

DON TUTTLE, Wayland 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club. 

GENE RAY UNGRUHN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

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

SNEA; Circle K; Industrial Arts Club; Sigma Nu; NEA. 

CECIL HOWARD VAN DIVER, Burgin 

B.S. Industrial Technology. AUSA; Industrial Education 

Club; Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

JAMES ALLEN VITTITOE, Florence 

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

SNEA; Industrial Arts Club. 

ROBERT ALAN WALKER, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Engineering. Swim Team; "E" Club; Beta 

Omicron Chi. 




149 




There's electricity in agriculture, learn these students of barn wiring. 



JAMES McCLURE WHITE, JR., Paris 
B.S. Law Enforcement. Kappa Alpha. 

JAMES LEON WHITTAMORE, Bybee 
B.S. Industrial Education. 

LARRY DEAN WICKER, Wurtland 
B.S. Industrial Technology. 



JUDY RUTH WILLIMANN, Haledon, New Jersey 
B.S. Dietetics. Home Economics Club; Dietetics Club, 
Vice President; Secretary of Walters Hall. 

GARY LEE WILSON, Lexington 

B.S. Agriculture. Band; Biology Club; Baseball. 

PAMELA J. WILSON, Whitley City 

B.S. Home Economics. Pi Tau Chi; Baptist Student Union; 

Home Economics Club. 

HELEN JUDITH WINBURN, Crestwood 
B.S. Home Economics. Polymathologists; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; YWCA, Treasurer; Dietetics Club. 

WILLIAM CURTIS WINBURN, Smithfield 

B.S. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Vice President. 

GEORGE LEOPOLD WOLSKI, Palm Beach, Florida 
B.S. Law Enforcement. AUSA; Alpha Delta Upsilon, 
Vice President; Student Council; Football. 

GAYLE FRANCES WOOD, Middleton, Ohio 

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

GEORGE E. WYATT, Berea 

B.S. Industrial Technology. Circle K, President; Inter- 
Dorm Council, Vice President; Student Council; Young 
Republicans; Westminster Fellowship. 

WILLIAM CLARK ZWICK, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education. Industrial Education Club; 

Baseball. 




150 




ASSOCIATE of ARTS 



EDWINA MAXINE ALLEN, Paris 
AA. Nursing. 

SANDRA LEE ANKRUM, Mt. Sterling 

AA. Nursing. 



RALPH DAVID BEGLEY, Paint Lick 
A. A. Agriculture. 

DAVID LEE BENNETT, Louisville 
A. A. Drafting Technology. 

JOHNNY BROWNFIELD DAWALT, Dry Ridge 
A. A. Agriculture. 



MICHAEL GLENN DOTSON, Carlisle 
A.A. Drafting Technology. 

PAUL EDWARD FRYE, Somerset 
A.A. Agriculture. 

NANCY LEE GINDELE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.A. Nursing. 



BENITA SUE HOSIER, Georgetown 
A.A. Nursing. 

MARGARET LYNN KENLEY, Cynthiana 
A.A. Nursing. 

LEONA CAROLYN LONG, Richmond 

A.A. Nursing. 



Even the study of nursing is a rewarding experience. 




151 



DARRELL HAYDEN McALISTER, Pleasureville 
AA. Industrial Technology. 

CECIL DUNCAN McFARLAND, Lawrenceburg 
AA. Agriculture. 

GARY LEE McKILLIP, Franklin, Indiana 
AA. Agriculture. 



DANNY McKINNEY, Brodhead 
A. A. Agriculture. 

PAUL RANDALL MAYNARD, Pikeville 
AA. Law Enforcement. 

MARCIA DAVID NICKELL, Winchester 
A.A. Nursing. 





GLENDA HAYES PATTON, Wheelwright 
A.A. Nursing. 

KITTY ANNETTE PEVELER, Milford, Ohio 
A.A. Nursing. 

WILLIAM C. POORE, Hodgenville 
A.A. Agriculture. 



CAROL LYNN RECTOR, Louisville 
A.A. Nursing. 

BARBARA JOAN SHIELDS, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.A. Nursing. 

RONALD ALBERT SMITH, Paris 
A.A. Industrial Technology. 



LARRY D. SPANN, Madison, Indiana 
A.A. Agriculture. 

MICHAEL THOMAS STODGHILL, Mount Eden 
A.A. Agriculture. 

JANE ARLENE TRUE, Corinth 
AA. Nursing. 



DEBORAH S. WATSON, Cynthiana 
AA. Nursing. 

ANN WHITAKER, Winchester 
AA. Nursing. 

JOHN E. WORTH, Lebanon, Indiana 
A.A. Agriculture. 



152 




COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



153 



Arts and Sciences Revamps Department, Adds Majors 



The College of Arts and Sciences this year experienced 
further development of academic programs designed to 
enhance its goal of providing a sound liberal education 
for the Eastern student. Also in the works were new 
curricula which will be effective next fall. 

Dean Frederic D. Ogden directed the division of geog- 
raphy and geology into separate departments and super- 
vised the initiation of a major in philosophy and a minor 
in journalism at the undergraduate level and a new grad- 
uate offering leading to the Master of Arts degree in 
geography. 



Students next fall will be able to enroll for a new ma- 
jor in broadcasting and the Master of Arts in political 
science and Master of Public Administration degrees will 
be available. 

Besides offering the curricula available in the social and 
behavioral sciences, English and the foreign languages, 
the humanities and natural sciences and mathematics, the 
College of Arts and Sciences has overall responsibility 
for the coordination of the University's pre-professional 
offerings. 

Dean Frederic D. Ogden directs those programs that provide a 
basic liberal education for the students and prepare them for later 
study in professional fields. 




154 




Advanced biology students study the function of a 
turtle's heart in a zoology laboratory. 



Associate Dean Glenn O. Carey (above) is Dean Ogden's chief assistant in 
directing the academic and administrative activities of the College of Arts 
and Sciences. Dr. H. H. LaFuze (below), Chairman of the Department of 
Biology, examines a microscope station in a plant science laboratory. 





155 




Dr. Ted George, chairman of the Department of Physics, uses an animated lecture in a physical science 
course to enhance the learning process. 




Chairman of the Department of Chemistry, Dr. 
Ernest E. Byrn, uses his hands to prescribe the 



various energy levels of an atom's structure in 
a survey course. 



156 




Lab partners learn that dissecting often demands the technical abilities of two people. 




Dr. Bennie Lane, Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Mathematics explains the intricacies 
of matrix algebra. 



157 




Dr. Joseph R. Schwendeman, Jr., finds the constant 
study of topographic overlays necessary to his role 



as chairman of the Department of Geography, which 
requires the steady influx of new knowledge. 




A student (above), ponders the Earth's globe while Dr. 
Donald C. Haney, (right), Department of Geology chair- 
man, explains its structure. 




158 





Chairman of the Department of English, Dr. Kelly Thurman is 
a recognized authority in the field of semantics and author of 
a widely-used text. 



Use of modern language laboratory equipment is an important 
learning aid for language students. 




Dr. Charles Nelson directs a foreign languages program that 
offers curricula in both modern and classical tongues. 



159 





Potter's wheel, earthen 
to create a work of art. 



clay, and the artist's hand combine 



Mr. Daniel Shindelbower, chairman of the Department of Art, realizes 
the importance of individual attention and guidance in the develop- 
ment of creative talents. 




Music seminars give the students of Mr. Robert Harrwell, acting music 
chairman, a chance to discuss their individual opinions. 



160 




Dr. John C. Cooper (left), chairman of the 
Department of Philosophy, directs a program 
which studies both the classical and contem- 
porary schools of philosophical thought. 




As chairman of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Dr. Harry Hale 
is concerned with man's physical development and the functioning of primitive and 
modern societies. 



161 



^HSi*«^^^^. 




^m 


\ ^**$ 


\J f£f| 










H^ *^M 




F^ / 


a Hi : 1 - 
ml'''" 


U 



Dr. George Robinson (above), chairman of the Department of History, works closely with each 
history major in the planning of a sound course of study in the individual's area of interest. 
Dr. Dwynal Pettengill (below), chairman of the Department of Political Science, directs a dis- 
cipline demanding both subjective and objective approaches to its study. 



162 




r 



Arts and 
Sciences Seniors 

The College of Arts and Sciences covers a wide range of challenging, scientific 
subjects. 






ROBERT STEVE ABNEY, Lexington 
A.B. Anthropology. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Young Republi- 
cans. 

HALBERT E. ADAMS, Eubank 

B.S. Mathematics. Polymathologist Club; Pulaski County 

Club. 

JAMES MAURICE AITKIN, Flemingsburg 
B.S. Biology. Kappa Alpha. 

CAROLYN DAWN ALBERT, Petersburg, Virginia 
A.B. Sociology. 

MARGARET LOUISE AIKEN, Babylon, New York 
A.B. Sociology. Young Democrats Club; Sociology Club; 
Philosophy Club. 

JUDITH LOUISE ALLEY, Lexington 

A.B. Art. Little Theater; Art Club; CWENS; Methodist 

Student Center. 

SUE P. ALLMAN, Richmond 

A.B. English. SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi. 

KENNETH DOUGLAS AMBURGEY, Middletown, 

Ohio 
B.S. Music Education. Sigma Nu; Band; Orchestra; Inter- 
dorm Council; YMCA. 

EDWARD J. ANANIA, Rome, New York 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Little Theater; Debate Team; 

Newman Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 




AHMET C. AND AY, Istanbul, Turkey 
B.S. Mathematics and Physics. 

EDITH GAYLE ANDERSON, Louisville 
A.B. Sociology. Young Democrats; Pi Tau Chi; Canter- 
bury Club; Messiah; MILESTONE; Aurora: Wesley 
Foundation, Secretary. 

KAREN COHOON ANDERSON, Whitesburg 
A.B. Sociology. 

GAYLE SUE ANTLE, Russell Springs 
A.B. French and Spanish. SNEA. 

DAVID L. ARNEY, Somerset 

A.B. Art. Young Republicans; SNEA. 

JENIFER KAYE ARNOLD, Kettering, Ohio 

A.B. History. MILESTONE; Canterbury Club; SNEA. 



HELEN KAY ARTIS, Ashland 
A.B. Mathematics; SNEA. 

ALAN FRANCIS AUBREY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics. Band; Student Council; Counterguer- 

rilla Raiders; Alpha Psi Omega. 

PATRICIA ANN BAILEY, Richmond 

A.B. Social Science. CWENS; Psychology Club, Secretary; 

Collegiate Pentacle; Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary. 

MARY CAROLYN BAIZE, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology. Youn« Democrats; SNEA; Sociology 

Club. 

JIMMY T. BARBEE, Columbia 
A.B. Sociology. 

SYLVIA ANNE BARGER, Austin, Indiana 
A.B. Sociology. CWENS; Young Republicans; Photogra- 
phy Club, Treasurer; Sociology Club; Wesley Foundation. 

DANIEL HARLAN BARRETT, Booneville 
B.S. Biology 

WILLIAM E. BARROTT, Aurora, Indiana 
A.B. Social Science. 

DAVID RUSSELL BARTLEY, Louisville 
A.B. Sociology. Kappa Alpha. 

ROBERT BYRON BARTON, Covington 
A.B. English. Soil Conservation Club. 

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

DAVID FREDERICK BATE, Vanceburg 
A.B. Geography. 




164 




SENIORS 



DWIGHT ALLEN BIECHLER, Franklin, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. Circle K. 

JAMES LARRY BLACK, London 
A.B. Art. 

JOHN J. BLEIDT, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. Student Court; Tau Kappa Epsi- 
lon; Basketball; Inter-Fraternity Council; Distinguished 
Military Student. 

THOMAS HOWARD BONNEY, JR., Irvine 

B.S. Music Education. Phi Mu Alpha; Messiah; SNEA. 

DIANA LYNN BOSWELL, Harrodsburg 
A.B. Art. SNEA; Young Republicans. 

DANA BOWLING, Walton 
B.S. Biology. SNEA; Biology Club. 

BRUCE SCOTT BOYER, Indianapolis, Indiana 

A.B. History and Political Science. Swimming Team; 

Young Republicans. 

KAREN SUE BRACKNEY, Brookville, Indiana 
A.B. Spanish. Kappa Delta Tau, President; Collegiate 
Pennacle, Vice President; SNEA, Treasurer; CWENS; 
Student Council. 

JOHN ROBERT BRANSBY, Baltimore, Maryland 
A.B. Sociology. 

MARGARET RUTH BROCK, Alexandria 
A.B. Art. Polymathologists; SNEA. 

LYNN McMILLIAN BROTHERS, Maysville 

A.B. Social Science. Young Democrats, President; Student 

Council; Who's Who; Phi Alpha Theta; Ciruna. 

FRANKLIN DARRELL BROWN, Belfry 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Young Democrats; Pike 

County Club. 



SHIREEN ELIZABETH BAYSHORE, Louisville 
B.S. Mathematics. KYMA. 

TIMMY E. BAYSHORE, Louisville 
B.S. Mathematics. KYMA. 

PAULA BEGLEY, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics. Collegiate Pentacle; Canterbury Club; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Christian Youth Fellowship. 

SUSAN BENTON, Louisville 

A.B. English. Kappa Delta; Collegiate; Kappa Delta Pi; 
ROTC Sponsor; Canterbury Club; Christian Youth Fel- 
lowship. 

DALE ELLEN BERG, Jamestown, New York 

A.B. History. Pi Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta Tau; 

KYMA; Biology Club; Little Colonels Drill Team. 

KENNETH LEE BERRY, Louisville 
B.S. Biology. Kappa Tau Epsilon, Vice President and 
Chaplain; Student Council, Treasurer; KYMA, Treasurer; 
Senior Class Treasurer; MILESTONE. 




165 




THEODORE EDWARD BROWN, Louisville 
A.B. Sociology. Omega Phi Psi. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH BRYSON, Ashland 
A.B. Political Science. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL BUCKLEY, Fort Mitchell 

A.B. Political Science. Newman Club; Youne Democrats. 

LETITIA GENELL BULLOCK, Somerset 

A.B. History and Social Science. Young Republicans. 

BARBARA ANN BURCHETT, Arlington, Virginia 
B.S. Biology. CWENS; Photography Club; Biology Club, 
Vice President. 

KRISTEN ELIZABETH BURGER, Louisville 
A.B. French. KYMA. 

EMILY JANE BURKS, Norwood, Ohio 
A.B. English. Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi. 

IRVINE M. BYARS, III, Lexington 
A.B. History. 

CAROLYN CONGLETON BYRD, Barbourville 
A.B. Sociology. YWCA; Kappa Delta Tau. 



ANA MARIA CADENA, Mexico City, Mexico 
A.B. Spanish and Sociology. SNEA; Ciruna. 

TERESA ANN CALDER, Mason, Ohio 
A.B. English. Young Republicans. 

JAMES L. CAMPBELL, Arlington, Virginia 
A.B. History. 

RICHARD WAYNE CAMPBELL, Campbellsburg 
A.B. Social Science. 

HAROLD DOUGLAS CARLISLE, Carrollton 
B.S. Mathematics. Circle K. 

JERRY R. CARTER, Mousie 

A.B. Political Science. Sigma Nu; OAKS; KIE; Student 

Court; Young Democrats; Polity Society, President. 

JERRY RAY CASE, Maysville 
B.S. Biology. 

JOSE L. CASTELLANOS, Danville 
B.S. Biology. 

ARNOLD ALEX CAWTHON, Anderson, South Caro- 
lina 
A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta. 




167 



• • • • • 




Laboratory work is a necessary evil for every biology student. 



SENIORS 



VIRGINIA KAY CHADWELL, Lancaster 
A.B. Social Work. 

NICHOLAS CARL CHAMBERS, Elizabeth Town 
B.S. Physics and Mathematics. Wesley Foundation, Trea- 
surer. 

PEGGY TRUE CHANDLER, Louisville 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

JEFFREY LYNN CHAPMAN, Russell Springs 

A.B. Social Science. Young Republicans; Little Theater. 

CAROL DEAN CHEATHAM, Columbia 
B.S. Biology. SNEA. 

JOHN CURTIS CHITWOOD, Danville 
A.B. History. 

RONALD CHARLES CHRISTENSEN, Perth Amboy, 

New Jersey 
B.S. Mathematics. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Young Republi- 
cans. 

MARION WOODROW CHURCH, Ashland 
B.S. Biology. 

BRENDA FA YE CHURCHILL, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Newman Club; Canterbury Club. 




166 




LINDA KAY CORAM, Dayton, Ohio 
A.B. Sociology. Young Republicans; Behavioral Science 
Symposium; Ciruna, Secretary; International Student As- 
sociation. 

TWYLA ANN CORDER, Monticello 
A.B. English and B.S. Library Science. MILESTONE; 
SNEA; Young Republicans; Canterbury Club; Baptist 
Student Union; McGregor House Council, President; 
Inter-Dorm Council. 

ROGER LEE COX, Irvine 
B.S. Mathematics. 

JAMES LESLIE CRAFT, Wurtland 
A.B. Social Science. Young Republican Club; Counter- 
Guerrilla Raiders; AUSA; SNEA. 

CHRISTINE DEVILBISS CRIPE, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Little Theater; Alpha Psi 

Omega; Little Colonels Drill Team, Captain; Drum and 

Sandal. 

BEVERLY KA YE CRITSER, Madisonville 

A.B. Sociology and B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club. 



JUANITA CLARK, Lancaster 

B.S. Biology. Baptist Student Union; Biology Club, Sec- 
retary; Student Council. 

JOHN RICHARD CLAYTON, Ladi, New Jersey 
A.B. English. 

DANA DARE CLICK, Richmond 
A.B. Art. Kappa Delta Pi. 

NANCY SMART CLINE, Maysville 
A.B. Art. Student Council; MILESTONE. 

SHIRLEY ANN COBB, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Baptist Student Union; Young Republi- 
cans. SNEA. 

MARILYN WESLEY COFFEY, Liberty 
A.B. Social Work. Student Council; Behavorial Science 
Symposium; Burnam House Council, Vice President; 
Psychology Club. 

ANDREAE REED COLLINS, Bottom Fork 
B.S. Biology. Caduceus Club. 

WILLIAM BIARD COLLINS, III, Covington 

A.B. German and Spanish. KIE; OAK; Sigma Delta Pi. 

GARRY THOMAS COMLEY, Lancaster 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi, Vice President. 

CAROL G. CONLEY, Richmond 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi. 

WADE FERGUSON CONNICK, Louisville 
A.B. Geography. Young Republicans Club. 

DAN P. COOKSEY, Ashland 

A.B. Music. Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Band; 

AUSA. 




168 




GORDON CROSS, JR., Fort Thomas 

A.B. Social Science. Young Republican Club; SNEA; 

Glee Club. 

G. PATRICK CRUM, Wurtland 
A.B. History. Young Democrat Club. 

MELAINE ROSE CULVER, Somerset 
A.B. Sociology. 

SANDRA L. CUNDIFF, Brandenburg 
A.B. English. 

MICHAEL LOUIS DANT, Fern Creek 

A.B. History. Newman Club; Young Democrat Club; 

SNEA; Glee Club. 

EDWARD EUGENE DAUGHERTY, Brodhead 
A.B. Mathematics. 

LESLIE ANN DAVIDSON, Fort Wright 
B.S. Mathematics. Kappa Delta Tau. 

BOB A. DAVIS, Sarasota, Florida 
B.S. Physics and Mathematics. 

CONNIE SUE DAVIS, Richmond, Indiana 
A.B. English. Westminster Fellowship; ACE; PROG- 
RESS. 

LAURA B. DAVIS, Louisville 

A.B. English. SNEA; Newman Club; Young Democrats. 

LINDA JEANNE DAVIS, Elizabethtown 

A.B. English. Collegiate Pentacle; Alpha Gamma Delta; 

SNEA. 

PAUL EDWIN DEAN, Clover Bottom 
B.S. Biology and Psychology. 



Carefully applied make-up adds to the success 
of Eastern's Little Theatre productions. 



SENIORS 




169 




DANIEL NICKOLAS DE FRANCESCO, Trenton, New 

Jersey 
A.B. Sociology. 

MELINDA ANTONIA DELL' ITALIA, West Orange, 

New Jersey 
A.B. Speech. Alpha Zeta Kappa; Little Theater. 

MELVIN JAY DELONG, North Lewisburg, Ohio 
A.B. History. Wesley Foundation. 

LARRY WAYNE DENNEY, Stearns 
A.B. Political Science. Student Court; Young Republi- 
can Club; CIRUNA. 

WANDA STALLARD DICK, Science Hill 
A.B. English. 

BRUCE D. DOD, Richmond 

B.S. Earth Science. Chemistry Club; Soil Conservation 

Club, Secretary. 




MARY ANNE DOEL, Dayton 

A.B. Spanish. PROGRESS; MILESTONE, Section Editor; 

Sigma Delta Pi. 

BETTY SYBIL DOTY, Hyden 

A.B. English. SNEA; Young Republican Club. 

JACKELINE DOTY, Paint Lick 
B.S. Biology. KYMA. 

EDWIN A A. DOYLE, Frankfort 

A.B. English. CWENS; Baptist Student Union; Canter- 
bury Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Tennis Team; ROTC Spon- 
sor. 

FAYE DURHAM, Liberty 
B.S. Chemistry. 

KENNETH LEE DUTTON, Louisville 
A.B. Political Science. 

NANCY LOUISE EHRENBERG, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. History. Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Delta Tau. 

CHRISTINE EISELE, Lexington 

A.B. English. Drum and Sandal; SNEA; Young Republi- 
can Club. 

KAREN ANN ELLIOT, Wilmington, Ohio 
B.A. Art. SNEA; Kappa Pi. 

ANTHONY WAYNE ENGLAND, Cynthiana 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer; 
Band; Chamber Choir; Concert Choir; Glee Club. 

GLENNDA C. ERBAUGH, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics. CIRUNA, Vice President; SNEA; 

Polymathologists. 

MARY ELIZABETH EVANS, Eatontown, New Jersey 
A.B. Political Science. Polity Society. 



170 




SENIORS 

CHARLES RICHARD FINEISEN, Jef fersontown 

A.B. History. Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Military 

Student; Phi Alpha Theta; HPER. 

ANN DUDLEY FINZER, Louisville 
A.B. Social Work. 

JAMES ALEX FITZPATRICK, Batavia, Ohio 
A.B. History. 

LINDA C. FLEENOR, Whitesburg 
A.B. Spanish. Canterbury Club; SNEA. 

DIANA LEE FLORENCE, Falmouth 

B.S. Mathematics. Women's Officiating Service. 

ELMER FRASURE, East McDowell 
A.B. French and Political Science. 

CYNTHIA ANN FREEMAN, Louisville 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club. 

PAUL FUGATE, Middletown, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. 

JAMES LEWIS GANO, Wilmington, Ohio 
A.B. History and Social Science. MILESTONE, Business 
Manager; Student Council; Men's Inter-Dorm Council, 
Treasurer; Pershing Rifles; AUSA, Treasurer; Scabbard 
and Blade; Phi Alpha Theta. 

DUANE CHARLES GARDNER, Danville 
A.B. Geography. 

MARTHA GARLAND, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. English. AURORA, Editor; Who's Who; Lambda 

Phi Omega; Canterbury Club; Little Theater. 

VIRGINIA LYNN GARNER, Jamestown 
B.S. Pre-Medicine. Caduceus Club; Biology Club; 
CWENS; Young Republican Club; Collegiate Pentacle; 
Who's Who. 



CURT M. FARLEY, Chelsea, Michigan 
B.S. Mathematics and Philosophy. 

HOWARD M. FALLIS, Salvisa 
B.S. Biology. Young Democrat Club. 

BOBBIE GENE FELTY, Clover Bottom 
A.B. Geography. 

STEVEN MART FERGUSON, Whitley City 

A.B. English. International Students Association, Vice 

President. 

JAMES C. FERGUSON, Loyall 
A.B. Art. 

LONNIE LANE FIELDS, Brooksville 

B.M. Ed. Phi Mu Alpha, Vice President; Phi Tau Chi; 

Band; Orchestra; Drum Major; Inter-Faith Council; 

MENC. 




171 



LYNN GARRISON, Essie 
B.S. Biology. 

HELEN TERRY GEBUIS, Haskell, New Jersey 
A.B. Drama. Student Council; Little Theater. 

DAVID SPENCER GEORGE, Lexington 

A.B. Sociology and B.S. Philosophy. Sociology Club; 

Philosophy Club. 

JAMES THOMAS GILBERT, Berea 
A.B. Political Science. 

JAMES DAVID GODSEY, Ludow 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi. 

GARY LEE GOINS, Richmond 
A.B. Political Science. 

PHILLIP LARKIN GOLDSTON, Danville 
A.B. Social Science. 

THOMAS HAMP GOLDEN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.M.Ed. Phi Mu Alpha; Band; ASTA, President; Or- 
chestra; Choir. 

JACK GOOD, Gardiner, Maine 

A.B. Sociology. Golf Team; "E" Team. 





BRENDA JOYCE GORDON, Frankfort 
A.B. Sociology. 

REGINA KAY GORLEY, Danville 

B.S. Biology and Medical Technology. Caduceus Club; 

ROTC Sponsor; Biology Club. 

ARTHUR LAWRENCE GORMAN, Tuckahoe, New 

York 
A.B. French. 

ROBERT EDWARD GREGG, Williamstown 
B.M.Ed. Band; Choir. 

VIRGINIA M. GREGG, Lexington 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

JAMES LOWELL GROSS, JR., Carlisle 

A.B. History. Young Republican Club; Tau Kappa Epsi- 

lon, Treasurer; Inter Fraternity Council. 

LANA R. HACKER, London 
A.B. Social Work. Sociology Club. 

LOUISE HACKER, Manchester 
A.B. English. 

STEPHEN D. HALBERT, Martin 
A.B. History. 



172 




BRUCE ALAN HALE, London 

B.S. Biology. Men's Glee Club, Secretary. 

CHARLES ROBERT HALL, Louisa 
A.B. Geography. 

JUDITH ANN HALL, Crestwood 

A.B. Art. Kappa Pi; SNEA; Young Republican Club; 

ROTC Sponsor. 

TERESA KATHLEEN HALL, Covington 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club; Newman Club; MILE- 
STONE j^CWENS. 

GRETA KAY HAMILTON, Virgie 
A.B. Geography and History. SNEA. 

CONNIE NANTZ HAMM, Brodhead 
A.B. English. 

THOMAS MICHAEL HANEY, Covington 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 

SANDRA L. HARDIN, South Shore 

B.S. Medical Technology. Biology Club; Caduceus Club. 

JAMES LOWELL HARRINGTON, Stone Mountain, 

Georgia 
A.B. History and B.S. Philosophy. Little Theater; Alpha 
Psi Omega. 




SENIORS 



Being a member of Eastern's band calls for practice and hard work. 



173 




Through experimentation, students learn the basics of biology. 



SENIORS 

HENRY CLARK HARRISON, Stanton 

B.M. Ed. MENC, Vice President; Keyboard Award; 

Choir. 

CHARLES C. HAYES, Jackson 
B.S. Biology. 

CHARLES MARION HAYNES, Richmond 

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

RAY G. HAYS, Tyner 
B.S. Political Science. 

SHIRLEY LOUISE HAYSE, Louisville 

A.B. English. Delta Theta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle; 

SNEA; Canterbury Club; Kappa Delta Pi. 

MICHAEL CLARK HEARN, Frankfort 
B.S. Biology. 

JO ANN HELLARD, Livingston 
B.S. Mathematics. Physics Club. 

JUDITH MARLENE HERWEH, Fort Mitchell 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club. 

LENORE K. HESS, Nutley, New Jersey 
A.B. Speech. MILESTONE; Little Theater. 

MIKE E. HICKY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Geography. 

CAROLYN JEAN HILL, Louisville 

A.B. English and French. Collegiate Pentacle, President; 

Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary; Kappa Delta 

Tau, Secretary; Canterbury Club, Vice President; 

CWENS. 

NANCY HILL, Ravenna 

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

Pi; Pi Tau Chi, President; Wesley Foundation, Vice 

President. 




174 




JOHN BERRY HOAGLAND, East Orange, New Jersey 
A.B. History. 

CHERYL JEAN HODGES, Carrollton 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; AGO, Vice President; 

ROTC Sponsor; Concert Choir; Messiah. 

GAIL HOLDER, Russell Springs 

A.B. Social Work. Young Republicans; Baptist Student 

LInion. 

CHARLES FRANKLIN HOLLAND, Florence 

A.B. Social Science. Veterans Club; Youns; Republican 

Club. 

DONNA LOUISE HOPMANN, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Drum and Sandal. 

SYLVIA HOSKINS, Molus 

A.B. Political Science. Baptist Student Union; SNEA. 

MARTHA P. HOUSE, London 
A.B. Sociology. 

TECUMSEH SHAW HOWELL, Hi Hat 
B.S. Biology. 

ELIZABETH HUBBARD, Jackson 
A.B. Sociology. 

MILLARD RICHIE HUFF, Evarts 

A.B. History and French. SNEA; Young Democrat Club. 

PATRICIA ANN HUGHES, Maysville 
B.S. Biology. 

TERRY ANN HUGHES, Highland Heights 

B.M. Ed. Music Education. MENC, Secretary; Delta Omi- 

cron, Treas. 



CHARLES EDWARD HUNT, Louisville 
A.B. Art. 

DAVID A. HUTCHENS, Mentor, Ohio 
B.S. Biology. Kappa Alpha. 

GERALD LEE HUTCHINS, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science. Wesley Foundation; KIE; OAK; 

Polity Society; Young Democrat Club. 

ROGER LYNN ILLIE, Amelia, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. Phi Delta Theta. 

DAVID ERNEST IMHOFF, Louisville 

A.B. Speech. Wesley Foundation, Vice President; Student 

Council; Little Theater; Alpha Chi Iota; Phi Tau Chi. 

PAULA RUTH INGRAM, Williamsburg 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 




175 




JAMES DAVID ISHMAEL JR., Lexington 
B.S. Mathematics. 

CHARLES BURRELL IVES, Salem, New Jersey 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club. 

CHARLES SCOTT JENKINS, Covington 
B.S. Mathematics. 

DOUGLAS HAIG JENKINS, Richmond 
B.S. Chemistry. Caducesus Club; Projectionist for Cam- 
pus Flick; AUSA. 

LORAINE MARTHA JETT, Amelia, Ohio 
A.B. English. Newman Club; Young Democrats; Inter- 
Dorm Council; Kappa Delta Tau. 

GEORGE GIBSON JOHNS III, Dayton 
A.B. Sociology. 



SENIORS 




I have my diploma, may I leave now? 



MICHAEL JOSEPH JOHNSON, Louisville 
A.B. History. 

STEPHEN LESLIE JOHNSON, Washington, Pennsyl- 
vania 
A.B. Political Science. Young Republicans. 

CLARENCE ROBERT JONES, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Speech and Drama. Alpha Psi Omega; Little The- 
atre Club, President. 

JOSEPH RAYMOND JONES JR., Corbin 
A.B. History. 

NORMA JEAN JUSTICE, Pikesville 
A.B. History. Pike County Club; Collegiate Pentacle; 
Young Democrats; SNEA; Phi Alpha Theta, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

HERBERT W. KAUFMAN, Somerville, New Jersey 
B.S. Biology. 




176 



BRUCE PHILIP KAUFFMANN, Kearny, New Jersey 
A.B. Geography and History. Newman Club; World 
Affairs Club. 

JOHNNY RAY KEEN, Hyden 
A.B. History and Social Science. 

JENNIFER JO KELLEY, Lexington 
A.B. Music. Little Theatre Club. 

NANCY JEFFRIES KELLEY, Moreland 

B.S. Mathematics. Collegiate Pentacle; Lincoln County 

Club, Secretary; SNEA. 

PAUL EDWIN KELLY II, Pikeville 
A.B. Political Science. Karate Club. 

DANIEL WAYNE KENT, Florence 
A.B. Political Science. Pershing Rifles; Young Republi- 
cans; CIRUNA, President; MILESTONE; Little Theatre; 
Student Council; Men's Interdorm Council; PROGRESS. 

ROBERT DENIS KIEFER, Fort Thomas 

A.B. Speech. Debate Team; Drama; Alpha Zeta Kappa. 

CAROL RAE KING, Moorestown, New Jersey 

A.B. English. Who's Who; Young Republicans Club; 

Alpha Gamma Delta; MILESTONE Staff; Canterbury 

Club. 

BETTY JO KINTNER, Ashland 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club, Treasurer. 




CHRISTINE M. KNEPPER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. English. PROGRESS; KYMA, Little Colonels Drill 

Team; Canterbury Club. 

SHERRY ANN KOTTMYER, Constance 
A.B. Social Science. 

ANDREA MARIE KRAUSE, Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics. Band; CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; 

Kappa Delta Pi. 

JERRY L. KRING, Gahanna, Ohio 
A.B. Geography. Young Republicans. 

JOHN M. KRUMMEL, Richmond 
B.S. Biology. 

LARRY JAMES LARESE, Export, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Geography. Young Democrats Club; Newman Club. 

RITA ANN LAWRENCE, Louisville 
A.B. French. Sigma Nu Sweetheart; Delta Theta Pi; Kap- 
pa Delta Tau; Student Council; Cheerleader; KYMA 
Club. 

JAMES ARTHUR LEE, Richmond 
A.B. English. Young Republican Club. 

CAROLYN KAY LeMASTER, Prestonburg 

A.B. English. SNEA; Concert Choir; Messiah; NCTE. 




177 




VICKI RUTH LONG, Louisville 

A.B. English. Alpha Gamma Delta; Canterbury Club; 

Young Democrat Club. 

CARRIE MARIA LOVELESS, Cain's Store 
A.B. Sociology. Pulaski Co. Club, Secretary; Young Re- 
publican Club; Psychology Club; Baptist Student Union. 

MARY SUSAN LOVELL, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology. Kappa Delta Tau; Wesley Foundation; 

Sociology Club. 

CAROL SITTIG LOWE, Louisville 

A.B. Spanish. Westminster Fellowship; Spanish Depart- 
mental Award; Collegiate Pentacle, Secretary; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi; CWENS. 

JEANETTE ROBERTS LOWE, Richmond 
A.B. English. 

CAROLYN M. LUNSFORD. Hampton, Virginia 
A.B. English and German. Collegiate Pentacle; CWENS; 
SNEA; NCTE; Young Democrat Club; Behavioral Sci- 
ence Symposium; Canterbury Club; Who's Who. 

MARY LYNN McCUBBIN, Horse Cave 
B.S. Mathematics. CWENS; Sophomore Class Treasurer; 
Polymathologist Club; Collegiate Pentacle; SNEA; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, President; Who's Who. 

CHARLES DEMPSEY McKINNEY, Berea 
A.B. Art. 

MICHAEL CHARLES McKINNEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. History. Newman Club. 



SENIORS 

KENNETH H. LEDFORD, Marcum 
A.B. Geography. 

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

ALENE LINDON, Campton 
A.B. Social Science. 

DENNIS ARTHUR LING, Melbourne 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Band; Orchestra; Chamber 

Choir. 

RALPH N. LIKENS, San Nateo, California 
B.S. Biology. 

NORMA LEE LITTLE, Richmond 
A.B. Social Work. 

JOHN S. LOCKWOOD, Fort Mitchell 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. Kappa Iota Epsilon; Omicron 
Alpha Kappa, Treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi; Wesley Foun- 
dation; Newman Club; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

JOHN HERBERT LODGE, Bannock, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. Westminster Fellowship. 

BOB LOGSDON, Covington 

A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club; Young Democrat Club; 

Circle K. 




178 




DAVID FERMAN MAHAN, South Williamson 
A.B. Social Science. SNEA. 

KIRBY HUGH MAJOR, South Shore 
A.B. History. 

TONY MANNEN, Fort Jackson, Iowa 

A.B. Speech. Track Team; Little Theater; Alpha Psi 

Omega. 

REBECCA LYNN MANSFIELD, Ravenna 
A.B. English. NCTE. 

GLADYS CHARLENE MARCUM, Waco 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary; 

Little Theater; Newman Club. 

SCOTT WILLIAM MARLIN, Wantagh, New York 
A.B. History. 

DORTHY M. MARSHALL, Jackson 

A.B. Social Science. Young Democrat Club; Collegiate 

Pentacle; Phi Kappa Theta. 

TED A. MARSHALL, Phillipsburg, Ohio 
A.B. Social Work and Political Science. Eastern Colonel; 
Junior Class President; Senior Class Vice President; Stu- 
dent Court; Phi Delta Theta, President. 

DAVID FRANKLIN MARTIN, Hebron 

A.B. Geography and Geology. Intramural Sports. 



JOSEPHINE W. MARTIN, Wayland 
A.B. English. 

NANCY LU MARTIN, Covington 

A.B. English. ROTC Sponsor; Beta Omicron Chi Sweet- 
heart; Canterbury Club; Kappa Delta, Vice President; 
Young Democrat Club; Kappa Delta Tau; SNEA. 

LARRY MICHAEL MASON, Booneville 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Caduceus Club. 

DONNA LYNN MAY, Phyllis 

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

BERTHA LYNN McCREARY, Richmond 
A.B. English and Political Science. 

EDWARD JOHN McGUIRE, Central Islip, New York 
B.S. Mathematics. 

GARY LEE MEFFORD, Carrollton 
A.B. History. 

KAREN JEAN MEIER, Fort Thomas 

A.B. Speech. Little Theater; Alpha Zeta Kappa. 

DANIEL MELLUL, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 

A.B. French. Beta Omicron Chi, Secretary; Inter-Dorm 

Council. 




179 




DAVID F. MELTON, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. Sigma Nu Colony; OAK, Trea- 
surer; KIE; Young Republican Club. 

GENEVEIVE MELTON, Cody 

A.B. Spanish and French. Young Democrats; Collegiate 

Pentacle; Sigma Delta Pi; Wesley Foundation. 

JOYCE YVONNE MESSINGER, Louisville 

A.B. History and German. Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; 

Young Republican. 

CHARLES EDWARD METZGER, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. Football Team; E Club; Student 

Government, Treasurer. 

NAOMI FA YE MEYER, Louisville 

A.B. History. Collegiate Pentacle; Phi Alpha Theta; 

SNEA. 

ANN KIRK MILLER, Harrodsburg 

A.B. English. Canterbury Club; SNEA; NCTE. 

KIM C. MILLER, Glenellyn, Illinois 

A.B. Speech, Pathology and Audiology. Track Team. 

PAMELA KAY MILLER, Dayton, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. Collegiate Pentacle; Math Club, Sec- 
retary; Physics Club; Young Republicans Club. 

KRISTI LEE MILLIGAN, Ripley, Ohio 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Delta Theta Pi; Alpha Psi 

Omega; Little Theatre. 

FREDDIE L. MILLS, Lexington 

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

JAMES ANDERSON MILLS, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 
B.S. Chemistry. Student Government; Caduceus Club. 

GLENN EDWIN MOORE III, Richmond 
A.B. Political Science. 




JACK MILTON MORELAND, Brooksville 
B.S. Chemistry. 

DANIEL WILLIAM MORGAN, JR., Fort Thomas 
A.B. Art. President Freshman Class; Kappa Pi, Presi- 
dent; KIE; KYMA; NEA; KEA; SNEA; Who's Who. 

LAWRENCE D. MORPHY, Sparta, New Jersey 
A.B. Political Science. 

HARRY LEE MORRIS, Shelbyville 
B.S. Chemistry. 

CHRISTOPHER ALLEN MUNCY, Hyden 

A.B. Political Science. Pershing Rifles; AUSA; Young 

Republican Club; Student Council. 

CHARLES STEVEN MYERS, Lenoxburg 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Phi Mu Alpha; MENC; Band. 



180 




"I dare you to take that," said the coed as the shutter 
clicked. 



SENIORS 



LINDA SUE NEAL, Winchester 

A.B. Social Science. Phi Alpha Theta; Baptist Student 

Union. 

RITA EILEEN NEEDY, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science. Newman Club; Polity Society, Sec- 
retary. 

FRANKYE S. NELSON, Hamilton 

A.B. English. SNEA; Canterbury Club; Biology Club. 

ROBERT EUGENE NICKEL, South Shore 
A.B. Geography. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL NIXON, Parsippany, New Jer- 
sey 
A.B. Social Science. Kappa Iota Epsilon; OAK; Behavior- 
al Science Symposium; Scabbard and Blade. 

DALE ARLENE NOBLE, Beattyville 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC. 

GARY C. NOEL, Harrodsburg 
A.B. Geography. 

MARY COX NOEL, Harrodsburo 
A.B. English. 

PAUL RANDALL NOLTE, Independence 
A.B. Speech. Delta Sigma Rho, President; Tau Kappa 
Alpha, Vice President; Alpha Chi Lambda, President; 
Alpha Zeta Kappa, Vice President; Debate Team; West- 
minster Fellowship; Little Theatre; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil. 

JEFFREY PAUL OKESON, Andover, New Jersey 
B.S. Biology. Phi Delta Theta; Student Council; Cadu- 
ceus Club; Senior Class President. 

STEVEN WILEY OKESON, Andover, New Jersey 
B.S. Biology. Junior Class President; Senior Class Vice- 
President; Phi Delta Theta, President; KIE; Caduceus 
Club; KYMA Club. 

JUDY COLLEEN OLIN, Versailles 
B.M. Music. MENC, President; Delta Omicron, Presi- 
dent; Young Republicans; Band; Orchestra; Choir. 




181 




GWENDOLYN LEAH OLIVER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Westminster Fellowship; Canterbury Club. 

MICHAEL WAYNE OSBORNE, Virgie 

B.S. Chemistry. Chemistry Club; Young Democrats; Pike 

County Club. 

STEVE W. OSBORNE, Hyden 
A.B. English. 

JAMES B. OSBURN, Montpelier, Ohio 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Glee Club; MENC, President; 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

GLORIA PAIGE OTTO, Fort Thomas 

A.B. English and Library Science. Young Republicans; 

Canterbury Club. 

DAVID LEE PACK, Charlottesville, Virginia 
A.B. Sociology. 

KENNETH DALE PAGE, Columbia 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi. 

LELVE PONDER, Hamilton, Ohio 

A.B. History. Delta Chi Theta; Inter-Fraternity Council; 

Delta Chi Theta; Young Republicans. 

RENANNE PAPANIA, Lexington 
A.B. Social Work. KYMA Club. 



JAMES KENNETH PARKER, Danville 
A.B. Sociology. Biology Club; Sociology Club. 

JERRY ANN PARRISH, Richmond 
A.B. Art. 

GAYLE ALLEN PARSONS, Owenton 
A.B. Social Science. 

WILLIS RUDD PARSONS, JR., Louisville 
A.B. Drama. Little Theatre; Alpha Psi Omega, Vice Pres- 
ident. 

PATRICIA ANN PASLEY, Winchester 

B.S. Math. Polymathologists, Secretary; Physics Club. 

DOROTHY LENORE PEEKE, Asheville, North Caro- 
lina 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. Collegiate Pentacle; ASTA; 
MENC; CWENS; Delta Omicron. 

BARBARA LYNN PEERCY, Monticello 

A.B. German and Spanish. CWENS; Canterbury Club; 

MILESTONE; Baptist Student Union. 

LINDA LOU PENDERGRASS, Bardstown 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 

DONNA L. PENNARD, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. French. Alpha Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle; SNEA; 

Kappa Delta Pi. 




182 



JANET RUTH PENNYCUFF, Stanton 

A.B. Speech, Pathology and Audiology. Little Theatre. 

JAMES D. PERKS, Springfield, Ohio 
B.S. Math. Wesley Foundation, President; Lutheran Fel- 
lowship, President; Pi Tau Chi; Inter-Faith Council; Stu- 
dent Council; KYMA Club; Young Republicans. 

MARVA JEAN PERRY, Lynch 

A.B. Sociology and B.S. Psychology. Kappa Delta Tau; 
Student Council; Drum and Sandal; Psi Chi, Secretary; 
Clay Hall House Council, Vice President. 

MAXINE LAIL PERRY, Whitley City 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

DANIEL ANTHONY PETZOLD, Louisville 
A.B. Social Science. Inter-Dorm Council. 

THOMAS C. PFALZGRAT, Reading, Ohio 
B.S. Biology. Pershing Rifles. 

KATHY K. PHILLIPS, Pikeville 

B.S. Biology. Delta Theta Pi; Inter-Sorority Council, Vice 
President; Young Republicans; Junior Class Officer; Sen- 
ior Class Officer. 

LINDA CAROL PHILLIPS, Simpsonville 
A.B. English. Alpha Gamma Delta, President; Inter- 
Sorority Council, Secretary; Student Council; Who's Who; 
Collegiate Pentacle; Shelby County Club. 

MELODY ANN PHILLIPS, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. English. Kappa Delta; SNEA; Canterbury. 

"All the world is a stage," learns Uncle Sam in a University Theatre production. 

SENIORS 





183 




NORMAN EUGENE PHILLIPS, Louisville 

A.B. English and French. Delta Chi Theta, Secretary; 

Wesley Foundation. 

CHARLOTTE PIERCE, Wurtland 
A.B. English. SNEA. 

RAYMOND PINSON, JR., Sidney, Ohio 
A.B. English. KIE; Young Democrats; Canterbury Club; 
Baptist Student Union, Vice President; Inter-Dorm Coun- 
cil. 

JOYCE RUTH PIPES, Louisville 

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

JOHN MARSHALL PITMAN, Dunnville 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry. AUSA; Counterguerrilla 

Raiders; Young Republicans. 

BONNIE CRAFT PLUMMER, Maysville 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 

RICHARD BRYANT POE, Bedford 
B.S. Chemistry. 

DONNA LYNN POHLMANN, Louisville 
B.S. Math and Psychology. CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle; 
Psi Chi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Tau Chi; Young Republi- 
cans; Lutheran Club, President; Student Council; Inter- 
Faith Council, President. 

EUGENE C. POPLAR, Lexington 
A.B. Russian and Sociology. Glee Club. 

KATHRYN AILEEN POUND, Mount Washington 
A.B. Art. 

PAULETTE H. PRATER, Salyersville 
A.B. Sociology. 

CHARLES BURTON PREWITT, Paint Lick 
A.B. Art. KIE, Treasurer; AUSA. 



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

KENNETH WILBUR PUTNAM, JR., Randolph, Maine 
A.B. French and Sociology. Delta Chi Theta, President; 
Track Team; Pershing Rifles; Inter-Fraternity Council. 

DAVID A. RAINS, Arlington, Virginia 

A.B. Geography. Alpha Phi Gamma; MILESTONE and 

PROGRESS, Photographer. 

JAMES RAY RATLIFF, Mount Sterling 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

SHARON LEE RAZOR, Mount Sterling 

A.B. English. Alpha Delta Pi, President; Inter-Sorority 

Council; Canterbury Club; MILESTONE. 

JAMES ROBERT REBMANN, Lexington 
A.B. Geography. 




184 



RICHARD BURTON REBMANN, Lexington 
A.B. Geography and Geology. 

ERIC LYNN REED, Louisville 
B.S. Biology and Psychology. 

STEPHEN JOHN REHFUSS, Covington 
A.B. Political Science. Student Court. 

ROGER DOUGLAS REMER, Trenton, New Jersey 
A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta; Young Democrats; Wres- 
tling Team; Newman Club. 

DOLORES REPPERT, Mount Vernon 
A.B. Social Work. 

JEWELL THOMAS RIANO, Louisville 
A.B. Art. 

MORRIS WAYNE RIDDLE, Hazard 

A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta; Young Republicans. 

KAREN YVONNE RIGGINS, Russell Springs 
B.S. Biology. 

VERONICA JOAN RIGGS, Shelbyville 

A.B. Speech and Drama. Little Theatre; Debate Team; 

Delta Sigma Rho; Tau Kappa Alpha. 

PAULA JOAN RIORDAN, Louisville 
A.B. French and Spanish. 

TERRY RISNER, Pineville 

B.S. Chemistry. KIE; Chemistry Club, Secretary. 

KENNETH WARREN ROBEY, Lexington 

A.B. History. Pershing Rifles; AUSA; Scabbard and 

Blade; Kappa Alpha. 



SENIORS 




Attractive models liven up art classes. 




185 




SENIORS 



Touchdowns register on faces as well as on scoreboards. 




LINDA LEE ROBINSON, Albany 
A.B. English. 

REBECCA SUSAN ROGERS, Pikeville 
A.B. Art. Kappa Pi; SNEA. 

EULANE D. ROSE, Richmond 

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

BELINDA LEE ROSENBERGER, Carrollton 
A.B. Sociology. 

LINDA LEE ROSS, Richmond 

A.B. English and Sociology. Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; 

Canterbury Club; Behavioral Science Symposium. 

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

JAMS MARIE ROUTT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics. CWENS; Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate 

Pentacle; WRA. 

VERNA MAE ROWLAND, Clover Bottom 
A.B. English and Library Science. YWCA; Young Re- 
publicans; Canterbury Club. 

ROBERT JONATHAN RUSSELL, Granville, Ohio 
A.B. History. 

ALLEN DEE RUST, Walton 
A.B. History. Phi Alpha Theta. 

JAMES HAMPTON RUTH, Claymont, Delaware 

B.S. Mathematics. SNEA; Young Democrats; Polymath- 

ologists. 

ROBERT MASON RYMELL, Richmond 
A.B. Music. 




186 



JOHN KEITH SANDERS, Millfield, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. 

WILLIAM UPTEGROVE SCOTT, Raywick 
B.S. Mathematics. Pershing Rifles. 

CANDICE SANDSTROM SEARCY, Louisville 
A.B. English and Library Science. Newman Club. 

ANN FRANCES SHARP, Harrodsburg 
A.B. Art. SNEA; Kappa Pi. 

RITA LEE SHAW, Amarillo, Texas 
A.B. English. CWENS; SNEA; Canterbury Club; Col- 
legiate Pentacle. 

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





GARY LEE SHERMAN, Wales 
A.B. Geography. 

ANNE V. SHIRLEY, Somerset 
A.B. Social Work. B.S. Psychology. 

VIRGINIA LOUISE SHULL, Flat 
A.B. Sociology. 

FREDDIE MARCUS SILER, Corbin 
A.B. Art. 

MARY KATHLEEN SIMON, Portsmouth, Ohio 
A.B. English. Young Democrats, Treasurer; Canterbury 
Club; Kappa Delta Tau; Newman Club; Walters Hall 
House Council, Treasurer. 

DANIEL CRAIG SIMS, Dayton, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. 

BRENDA LOY SINGLETON, Manchester 
A.B. Social Work. 

JOHNNIE M. SIZEMORE, Confluence 
A.B. Social Science. 

ARNOLD RAY SLUSHER, Harlan 

A.B. Geography. Young Republicans; Circle K Club. 

GEORGE MATT SLUSHER, Roark City 
B.S. Biology. Biology Club. 

HUBERT FRANKLIN SMART, Winchester 

A.B. Art. B.S. Biology and Chemistry. Pi Kappa Alpha; 

Biology Club; Caduceus Club; Kappa Pi. 

EURA SMITH, JR., Georgetown 

A.B. Speech and Drama. B.S. Psychology and Philosophy. 

Alpha Psi Omega. 



(87 




SENIORS 



DOUGLAS W. SMITH, Kerby Knob 
A.B. Social Science. 

MICHAEL DWAIN SMITH, Louisville 
A.B. Geography. 

PAULINE SMITH, Paint Lick 

A.B. English. B.S. Psychology. Psi Chi, Treasurer. 

RITA MAE SMITH, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 

ROBERT LOUIS SMITH, Phelps 
A.B. History. 

SHIRLEY JEAN SMITH, Whitesburg 
B.S. Mathematics. SNEA. 

WILLIAM TAULBEE SMITH, Pikeville 
A.B. Political Science. 

W ATHENA SMYTH, Ravenna 
A.B. Art. 

LINDA SUE SNAPP, Millersburg 
A.B. English. 

RICHARD NOLDER SNYDER, Huntingdon, Pennsyl- 
vania 
A.B. Art. AUSA; Counterguerrilla Raiders. 

RICHARD CHARLES SOBANSKI, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. Counterguerrilla Raiders; Military 
Police; AUSA. 

RAYMOND PATRICK SOLOMON, Cynthiana 
A.B. Sociology. Sociology Club. 



ROBERT P. SPARKMAN, London 
B.S. Biology. 

EDWARD SPICER, Jackson 
A.B. History. 

ROBERT FRAZIER SPRAGUE, Newport 

A.B. History. Pershing Rifles; Military Police; AUSA. 

FRANK T. STACKHOUSE, Easton, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Political Science. Who's Who; Scabbard and Blade; 

Polity Society, Vice President; Young Republicans. 

SHARON SIMPSON STARNES, Lexington 
A.B. English. 

RICHARD ALAN STARR, Troy, Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science. Young Republicans. 




188 




JOHN EDWARD STIEFEL, Piqua, Ohio 

B.S. Chemistry. KIE; Student Council; Chemistry Club, 

President and Vice President. 

ANNE DURHAM STIGELL, Somerset 

A.B. Speech. CWENS; Student Council; Debate Team; 

Pulaski County Club. 

NANCY CAROL STIGERS, Frankfort 
A.B. English. Young Democrat Club; Treasurer, MILE- 
STONE, Section Editor; Biology Club; Chemistry Club; 
Caduceus Club. 

DAISY HANKINS STINSON, Eminence 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. MENC; Concert Choir; Ora- 
torio Choir. 

DAVID DALE STIVERS, Dayton, Ohio 
A.B. Music, MENC, President; Chamber Choir. 

OZZIE STIVERS, Shelbyville 
A.B. Political Science. 

ROY WAYNE STIVERS, Carrollton 

A.B. Political Science. Pershing Rifles; Phi Mu Alpha; 

Concert Band; Young Republican Club. 

LINDA BADGETT STOKE, Louisville 

B.M.Ed. Music Education. Orchestra; Departmental 

Award; ASTA; AGO. 

MARILYN McCHESNEY STONE, Frankfort 
A.B. French. Polity Society; SNEA. 

SANDRA CAROL STUMBO, Harold 
A.B. English. Canterbury Club. 

JAMES A. SULLIVAN 

A.B. Political Science. Polity Society. 

WILLIAM F. SWAIN, Corbin 
A.B. History 




BRUCE E. SWANGO, Valley Station 

B.S. Mathematics. Mathematics Club; Philosophy Club. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS TAYLOR, Louisville 

A.B. German and Russian. Alpha Psi Omega; Little 

Theater. 

GARY LYNN TAYLOR, Perryville 
A.B. Geography. 

SANDRA K. TAYLOR, Kettering, Ohio 
A.B. Sociology. 

JAMES ISAAC TERRY, Jackson 
A.B. Political Science. 

JOHN MICHAEL THACKER, Sugar Grove, Ohio 
B.S. Mathematics. 



189 



GLENN PHILLIP THIENEL, Herndon, Virginia 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. KIE; Band; Orchestra; Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia; MENC. 

WILLIAM DAVID THOMAS, Charlottesville, Virginia 
A.B. Speech and Drama. Alpha Psi Omega, President; 
Little Theater, Vice President. 

DAVID FOLEY THOMPSON, Pineville 

B.S. Mathematics. SNEA; Young Republican Club. 

LIBBIE LENORA THOMPSON, Harlan 
A.B. Art. 

SHARON ANN THOMPSON, Florence 

A.B. Social Science. Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle; 

Phi Alpha Theta; SNEA. 

MARY JO THORATON, Louisville 
A.B. Political Science. Baptist Student Union; Inter-Faith 
Council, Secretary and Treasurer; Student Council; Pi 
Tau Chi, Secretary. 




SENIORS 

JAMES THOMAS THURMAN, Richmond 
A.B. Political Science. Pershing Rifles; KYMA. 

DOUGLAS L. TREAD WAY, Geneva-On-the-Lake, Ohio 
A.B. Geography. Beta Omicron Chi, President; Inter 
Dorm Council; Pershing Rifles; AUSA. 

FRED LOUIS TROIKE, Miami, Florida 
A.B. Art. Football, Co-Captain. 

RODGER EDWARD TRUE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
A.B. Art. 

EILEEN MURIER TURNER, Erlanger 
A.B. History. Westminster Fellowship. 

HELANE M. TURNER, Portsmouth, Ohio 
A.B. Art. 

KENNETH TURNER, Jackson 
A.B. Social Science. 

MARK GLENN UPTON, Louisville 
A.B. History. Tau Kappa Epsilon, President; Student 
Council; Young Republicans; Inter Fraternity Council, 
Treasurer; Westminster Fellowship. 

LARRY WILLIAM VARNEY, Fairfield, Ohio 

A.B. English. Young Republican Club; Canterbury Club. 

DAVID ROBINSON VICKERS, Richmond 
B.S. Mathematics. AUSA; Kappa Delta Pi; Pershing 
Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Baptist Student Union; KIE; 
President of Sophomore Class. 

MARGETTA M. VOIERS, Tollesboro 
A.B. Social Work. Little Theater. 

MAUREEN KAY WADE, Milton 

A.B. English. KYMA; SNEA; KCTE; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Canterbury Club. 




190 





CHARLES WADE WAITS, Eastwood 

A.B. Geography. SNEA; Young Republican Club. 

WANITA KOTLARSZ WALTON, Boston, New York 
A.B. Art. 

DAVID EDWARD WAINSCOTT, Shelbyville 
A.B. Art. Scabbard and Blade. 

DIANE HARROD WAINSCOTT, Shelbyville 

A.B. English. CWENS; Shelby County Club, Secretary; 

Canterbury Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Who's Who. 

JAMES SCOTT WALLACE, Louisville 
A.B. History and Social Science. Counter-Guerrilla Raid- 
ers. 

JAY WALRAVEN, Wilmington, Ohio 
A.B. Social Science. Pershing Rifles. 

JOHN DORSAY WARE, Mount Sterling 
A.B. Geography. Phi Delta Theta. 

BURDETTA JINX WARREN, Richmond 

A.B. English and Spanish. Canterbury Club; Young 

Democrat Club; Sigma Delta Pi. 

CAROL ANNE WATSON, Mason, Ohio 
A.B. Speech. Debate Team; DSR-TKA, Secretary; Alpha 
Psi Omega; Alpha Zeta Kappa; Little Theater, President 
and Vice President; Collegiate Pentacle. 

JON ROBERT WEAVER, Brookville, Ohio 
A.B. Art. 

SANDRA SUE WEBER, Erlanger 

A.B. Art. Newman Club; SNEA; Appalachian Volun- 
teers; Young Republican Club; Kappa Pi. 

REBECCA MARY WEICHHAND, Covington 
A.B. History. Kappa Delta Tau; Newman Club. 

DENNIS JACK WHEELER, Chilhowie, Virginia 
B.M.Ed. Music Education. Band; Choir; KIE; Scabbard 
and Blade; AUSA; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, President; 
Wesley Foundation. 

W. STEPHEN WILBORN, Shelbyville 

A.B. Political Science. Student Council, President; Board 

of Regents; Kappa Iota Epsilon, President. 

CHARLES EARNEST WILLIAMS, JR., Lebanon 
B.S. Chemistry. 

DENNIS LEE WILLIAMS, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Chemistry. Alpha Chi Iota; Kappa Iota Epsilon, Vice 
President; Omicron Alpha Kappa; Chemistry Club, Vice- 
President and Treasurer; Choir; Band. 

JEFFREY M. WILLIAMS, Covington 

B.S. Biology. Biology Club; Young Republican Club; 

Glee Club; Karate Club. 

PORTIA KATHERINE WILLIAMSON, Lookout 

Heights 
A.B. English. Kappa Delta Pi; Canterbury Club; Spanish 
Club. 



191 



JOHN MICHAEL WILLS, Paris 

A.B. Social Science. Kappa Alpha, Vice President; Stu- 
dent Court; Student Council; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Pershing Rifles. 

EDWARD HAROLD WILSON, Paris 

A.B. Social Science and History. Young Democrat Club. 

ERNEST LEE WILSON, Paris 
B.S. Biology. Photographer. 

JUDITH MIDDAUGH WILSON, Harrodsburg 
A.B. Sociology. 

JERRY LYNN WILSON, Danville 
A.B. Political Science. 

ROBERT WAYNE WILSON, Somerset 
A.B. Social Science. 

RUTH ANN WILSON, Milford 
A.B. English. ROTC Sponsor. 

LARRY YOUNG WOFFORD, Danville 
A.B. Art. Kappi Pi; Student Council. 

JAMES MICHAEL WOOLUMS, Wilmore 

A.B. English and B.S. Elementary Education. Canterbury 

Club; SNEA; Young Republican Club. 




HIRAM TILDEN WRIGHT, Whitesburg 
A.B. Political Science. 

TOM YEAGER, Covington 

A.B. Anthropology and Sociology. Baseball. 

MARY ETTA YOUNG, Harlan 
A.B. English. 

WILLIE L. YOUNG, Hamilton, Ohio 
A.B. Art. 

JANICE ELAINE ZERHUSEN, South Fort Mitchell 
A.B. English. SNEA; Young Republican Club; MILE- 
STONE; Kappa Delta Tau; Canterbury Club; Student 
Council. 

WAYNE HOWARD ZIMMERMAN, Covington 
A.B. English. 




192 







•'.V. «• 1 v- 












COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 



1 93 




Business Revises Programs, 
Awards First M.B.A. Degrees 

Extending its academic offering, the College 
of Business developed a variety of new pro- 
grams this year to enlighten students and the 
public with knowledge of the business world. 

A revised four-year program in electronic 
data processing leading to the baccalaureate 
degree was adopted to replace the two-year, 
Associate of Arts degree curricula. The longer 
program was designed to better prepare stu- 
dents for the increased complexity of electronic 
data processing. 

This year the College of Business, in coopera- 
tion with the Graduate School, awarded East- 
ern's first Master of Business Administration 
degrees. The M.B.A. stresses accounting, eco- 
nomics and business administration. 

Workshops for specialized instruction were 
offered to businessmen and the public, in addi- 
tion to the regular courses available to students. 
Among these was a C.P.A. Review which was 
held as a refresher course for businessmen plan- 
ning to take the exam to become certified pub- 
lic accountants. A workshop on hospital ac- 
counting was also conducted, aimed at helping 
hospital personnel keep pace with the increased 
accounting problems created by the Medicare 
program. 

The College of Business, through its depart- 
ments — accounting, business administration, 
business education and office administration, 
and economics — is versatile to meet the needs 
of all business students, rather than specialized 
in any one field. The increased capabilities of 
the college is exemplified by the fact that more 
and more businesses are looking to Eastern to 
supply prospective executives. 



Dr. Joseph Young, Dean of the College of Business, directs a versatile 
academic organization which has programs aimed at keeping both the 
student and the public educated in terms of the business world. 



194 




Eastern business administration majors learn that before today's 
complex electronic data processing equipment can work its wonders, 
qualified persons must perform exacting programming. 



195 




Dr. George G. Miller (above), serves in a dual role as Associate 
Dean of the College of Business, and as chairman of the De- 
partment of Business Administration, which counts among its 



subjects electronic data processing (below), taught by Mr. John 
Gorgone. 




196 




Eastern's College of Business is trying to meet the climb- 
ing demand for qualified key punch operators that has 
been brought about by the increased dependence on 
data processing equipment. 



197 







Mr. Claude K. Smith, (above), chairman of the 
Department of Accounting, helps a student over 
a tricky entry in an Income Tax Accounting class. 



A student examines his own creativity (beloiv) 
as he looks over an assignment prepared for a 
course in advertising copy and layout. 



198 





Dr. Alfred Patrick, chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Business Education and Office Ad- 
ministration, supervises Eastern's courses that 
teach the mastery of office machines, such as 
the calculators surrounding him (left), and 
(below) the all-important typewriter. 




199 




Economics — in both theory and practice — are the domain 
of Dr. Donald Shadoan, chairman of the Department of 
Economics. 



200 





Eastern business majors get experience on modern business equipment. 



BUSINESS 
SENIORS 






CAROL MYRILAN ABNEY, Richmond 
B.S. Business Education. 

CHARLES MELVIN ADAMS, Dry Ridge 

B.S. Business. Alpha Delta Upsilon; Sigma Tau Pi; 

SNEA. 

MICHAEL LYNN ADAMS, Whitesburg 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

PHILLIS JEAN ADAMS, Hazard 
B.S. Business Education. 

DAVID HERBIE ALBAN, Ashland 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

MELVIN DANNY ALLEN, Crab Orchard 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 




201 





JUAN DALE ANDRADA, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. Intermural Sports. 

NORMA JEAN ANDRADA, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. Little Colonels; Drum and San- 
dal; Kappa Delta Tau; Alphi Pi Kappa; Student Coun- 
cil. 

RONNIE LEE ANDREWS, Sarasota, Florida 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Baseball Team; "E" 

Club. 

SUSAN ANNE ANGEROSA, Atlantic City, New Jersey 
B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi, Treasurer; New- 
man Club; MILESTONE; McGregor House Council. 

W. MICHAEL ARTHUR, Erlanger 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

JOHN J. BAIN, Erlanger 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

WARREN KENT BAKER, Perryville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

FRED AUGUSTA BARNETT, Hazard 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Circle K. 

MARILYN SUE BARNHART, New Carlisle, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. Kappa Delta, President; SNEA; 
Senior Class Reporter; Inter-Sorority Council. 

WILLIAM EDWARD BARRETT, Miami, Florida 
B.Bus. Ad. Beta Omicron Chi, President; Scabbard and 
Blade. 

DANNY ROBERT BARTLEY, Louisa 

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

Secretary and Treasurer; Kappa Iota Epsilon; Student 

Council; Omicron Alpha Kappa, Vice President; Pershing 

Rifles. 

SHERRY LYNN BAY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. Little Theater; Baptist Student 
Union; Wesley Foundation; Young Republican Club; Pi 
Tau Chi. 

SENIORS 

WILLIAM KIRBY BEVERLY, Pleasureville 
B.S. Business Education. 

STEVEN WAYNE BICKERS, Carrollton 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

HAROLD FRANKLIN BISHOP, JR., Richmond 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles. 

THERESIA ANN BLACK, Lancaster 
B.S. Business Education. 

MICHAEL HARRY BLACKBURN, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Vice President; Student Council; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Young Republican Club; Circle K. 

JAMES G. BLACKWELL, Irvine 

B.S. Accounting and B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

Young Republican Club. 



202 



JAMES DOUGLAS BLAIR, Lexington 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Kappa Alpha. 

PAMELA JONES BOGIE, Richmond 
B.S. Business Education. Young Republican Club; Ac- 
counting Club; SNEA. 

JOHN NELSON BOLEY, Maysville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

NANCY FOSTER BOLTON, Stanford 
B.S. Business Education. 

JERRYE JO BOONE, Maysville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

MARLENE Y. BOOTHE, Fort Knox 

B.S. Business Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Sigma 

Tau Pi; Newman Club. 

FRANK JOHN BORGIA, Scranton, Pennsylvania 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. "E" Club; Newman 
Club. 

BILLY COLEMAN BOYD, Mt. Sterling 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Military Police. 

JAMES EDWARD BOYD, Newport 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

PERRY E. BOZARTH, Lexington 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

DANIEL G. BRAGG, Jamestown, New York 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

RONALD LAWRENCE BRAUN, Washington Court 

House, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta; 
Alpha Chi Iota, Treasurer; Inter-Fraternity Council, Pres- 
ident and Treasurer; Who's Who. 




ALLEN KENT BRELAFORD, Clayton, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
President and Vice President; Omicron Alpha Kappa, 
President; Kappa Iota Epsilon; Band; Who's Who. 
WILLIAM JACKSON BREWER, Erlanger 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles; 
Scabbard and Blade; AUSA; Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent; Senior Citation, Military; Reserve Officer's Asso- 
ciation Medal; American Legion Medal; Brigade Com- 
mander. 

BARRY TYLER BROOKS, Springfield, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 
NEWMAN EDWARD BROWN, Crestwood 
B.S. Business Education. SNEA; KEA. 
PAULA E. BROWN, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. CWENS; Little Col- 
onels; KYMA; Si^ma Tau Pi. 
JOHN DAVID BROWNING, Harlan 
B.S. Business Education. 




203 




SENIORS 

ANN FRANKLIN CLEMMONS, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student 

Union. 

DAVID C. COATES, Owenton 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta, 

Secretary. 

JOSEPH CLEVELAND COCHRAN, Ludlow 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

CARL DAVID COFFEE, Fern Creek 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Omicron Alpha Al- 
pha; Accounting Club, Vice President; Who's Who; Stu- 
dent Council. 

LARRY JAMES COLLINS, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

DOUGLAS G. COMBS, Berea 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

MARGARET DELILIA COMBS, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education. Young Democrat Club; SNEA. 

RAYMOND BROSS COMBS, JR., Letcher 

B.S. Economics and B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

Sigma Tau Pi; Accounting Club. 

RICHARD M. CONRAD, Lexington 
B.S. Economics. 



GEORGE RICHARD BURKS II, Louisville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Kappa Alpha, Secre- 
tary; MILESTONE. 

LANNIE CLARK BUSEY, Louisville 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Gymnastics Team. 

LINDA ROBERTS BYRD, Erlanger 

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

Vice President; SNEA. 

FINLEY CAIN, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education. Alpha Detla Upsilon, Treasurer. 

SARAH S. CAMPBELL, Campbellsville 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omeea Pi; NEA; KBEA. 

JANE ANN CARR, Lexington 

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

BARBARA KIDD CASEY, Pleasant Plain, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. 

RANSOM CLARK CHAMBERLAIN JR., Bay Village, 

Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Vice President; Inter-Dorm Council. 

EDWARD F. CLANCY, Salem, New Jersey 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Men's Inter-Dorm 

Council; Brigade Commander; Who's Who. 




204 



JOHN ANTHONY CONTE, Hudson, New York 
B.S. Business Education. 

BILLY JOE COOP, Albany 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republican 

Club. 

BRIAN DOUGLAS COOPER, Lexington 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Kappa Alpha. 

SARA T. CORNETT, Paint Lick 
B.S. Business Education. 

CHARLES WESLEY COX, JR., Louisville 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republican 

Club. 

DORIS JUNE CRAFT, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. SNEA. 

CARLISS DAYLE CROWE, Winchester 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta, 

Treasurer. 





Cheer up, it's only a football game. 




DANIEL BASCOM CRUM, JR., Maysville 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republican 

Club, President; Ciruna. 

JACK BRUCE CRUSE, Somerset 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Tennis Team. 

DAVID LEWIS CUPP, Phillipsburg, Ohio 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta. 

WALLACE PORTER DAILEY, Frankfort 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

JERRY WAYNE DALE, Versailles 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Inter-Dorm Coun- 
cil; Newman Club; Young Democrat Club. 



205 




JAMES M. DANIEL, Dayton, Ohio 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Intramural Sports. 

ALBERTA GAYLE DAY, Lexington 
B.S. Accounting. 

CHARLES CURRY DEDMAN, Harrodsburg 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republican 

Club. 

NICK DEMETRE, Fort Thomas 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Young Republican 

Club. 

JENNIFER SUE DIEFENBACH, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

DAVID GERALD DIERSING, Louisville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

ROBERT J. DIVOSEVIC, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta. 

ROBERT STEPHEN DOMINKO, Lebanon, New Jersey 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. Newman Club; 
Pershing Rifles; AUSA. 

WILLIAM SMITH DUFFY, Louisville 
B.S. Economics. Sigma Chi. 

JAMES ALLAN ELKIN, Winchester 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

JUDY CARROLL ERP, Bethelridge 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. CWENS; WRA; 
Young Republican Club; KYMA; Burman House Coun- 
cil; Women's Inter-Dorm Council, Treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Tau. 

JAMES D. FARMER, Maineville, Ohio 

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

Vice President and Treasurer; Yeager, Ford and Warren 

Award. 



HARVEY KEITH FAULKNER, Mount Sterling 
B.B.A. Accounting. Accounting Club; Business Club. 

ROBERT H. FLEISCHMAN, Louisville 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

TERRY LEE FLORENCE, Falmouth 

B.Bus. Ad Business Administration. Counter-Guerrilla 

Raiders; Student Council; AUSA. 

LARRY EDWARD FRANCIS, Garrett 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

THOMAS EDWARD FREEMAN, Burgin 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

KARL J. FREY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. KYMA, Treasurer. 




206 




Business students must learn to operate all types of office machines. 



WILLIAM FUGATE, Viper 
B.S. Economics. 

KENNETH NELSON FURNISH, Covington 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

CHARLOTTE M. FUSON Pineville 

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

SNEA. 

ROY DAVIS GASH, Lawrenceburg 

B.B.A. Accounting. Young Democrat Club; Accounting 

Club, President. 

JEROME A. GEYER, Newport 
B.Bus. Ad. Business Administration. 

ROY ELDEN GIBSON, Sidney, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education. Sigma Nu; AUSA; Kappa Epsi- 

lon. 

JAMES D. GILLIS, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Republican Club; 

Karate Club. 

JERRY W. GODBEY, Eubank 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Basketball Team; "E" 

Club. 

GARY DEAN GOODAN, New Boston, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha, Trea- 
surer; Young Democrat Club. 

MICHAEL LEE GOSSOM, Milton 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Business Club. 

HOWARD RICHARD GRABILL, Hillsboro, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

WILLIAM H. GREEN, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



SENIORS 




207 




JON MICHAEL GRIM, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Accounting. Sigma Tau Pi; Young Democrats; 

Accounting Club. 

RANDALL KIETH GROGER, Florence 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Track Team; YMCA. 

JOHN JOSEPH GUILFOYLE, Sharonville, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles. 

LARRY THOMAS GUPTON, New Albany, Indiana 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

NANCY TACKETT HALL, Grethel 
B.S. Business Education. 

GEORGE EDWARD HAMPTON, Lexington 
B.S. Economics. 

DOUGLAS E. HARMON, Carrollton 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Accounting Club; Vet- 

erans Club. 

RONNIE NORMAN HARRISON, Harrodsburg 
B.S. Business Education. 

JO ANN HART, Somerset 

B.S. Business Education. Young Republican Club. 



SENIORS 



ROBERT FRANKLIN HART, JR., Winchester 
B.S. Business Education. 

HIRAM L. HARVILLE, London 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JOHN W. HASSAN, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DONALD LEE HENDERSON, Paint Lick 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

MICHAEL J. HENDRICKS, Ezel 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Circle K. 

PAUL DOUGLAS HENSLEY, Hazard 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

RONALD G. HESTER, Stanford 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

WANDA KAY HETH, Stearns 
B.S. Business Education. 

DANIEL LEE HILL, Hazard 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta. 




208 




This coed views a tense situation 
at an Eastern football game. 



MICHAEL R. HINTON, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

LAWRENCE ALBERT HOBBS, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

KAREN ELAINE HOFFMAN, Fort Thomas 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DENNY COYLE HOGUE, Waynesburg 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Lincoln County Club; 

Counter-Guerrilla Raiders. 

BARBARA DAWLEY HOLBROOK, Fremont, Ohio 
B.S. Business Education. Drum and Sandal; Student Coun- 
cil; SNEA. 

SANDRA WARDELL HOLLADAY, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education. Fayette County Club; CWENS; 

Pi Alpha Theta; Pi Omega Pi. 

CARL EVERETTE HOLLAR, Charlottesville, Virginia 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Student Council; Men's 
Inter-Dorm Council; Pershing Rifles; Military Police; 
Accounting Club. 

ROSEMARY HOLLON, Campton 

B.S. Business Education. SNEA; Young Democrat Club. 

MENDOL RUSSELL HOOVER, Bybee 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

KAREN JANE HORRAR, Louisville 

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

Young Republican Club. 

GARY HOUSEMAN, Union, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Veterans Club. 

MICHAEL EVANS IRELAND, Sonora 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Band; AUSA. 




209 




SENIORS 



Eastern's fraternities sponsor various money-raising projects. 



JOHN THOMAS ISAACS, Somerset 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CONNIE LEE JAMES, Harrodsburg. 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

IVA G. JEANES, Louisville 

B.S. Economics. Burnam House Council, Treasurer. 



WILLIAM THOMAS JENNINGS, Richmond 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

ARTHUR SCOTT JOHNSON III, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JERRY LOUIS JOHNSON, Bellevue 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



RONALD WAYNE JOHNSON, Winchester 
B.B.A. Accounting. Accounting Club. 

ROY ARNOLD KEMPF, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Football Team. 

JOHN G. KING, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Circle K; Young Re- 
publican Club; Sigma Tau Pi. 




210 




JACK ALLEN LAHUE, Louisville 
B.BA. Business Administration. 

DAVID ALLEN LAMB, Covington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JAMES BRUCE LATHROP, Harrodsburg 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 

STEVEN WAYNE LAWRENCE, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. PROGRESS, Advertis- 
ing Manager. 

WILLIAM HENRY LEDFORD, Middletown, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Vice President. 

DAVID M. LEE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Scabbard and Blade; 

AUSA, First Sergeant. 

HEARLTON LOUIS LEVERETT, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CAROLYN S. LEWIS, Princeton 

B.B.A. Business Administration. WRA; Young Republi- 
cans. 

THOMAS A. LEWIS, New Lexington, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Republicans; 

Sigma Tau Pi. 




LINDA LOU LINCICOME, Somerville, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Wesley Foundation. 

JAMES OBE LOGSDON, Covington 
B.B.A. Accounting. Veteran's Club, President; Account- 
ing Club. 

EDDIE GLENN LONG, Harrodsburg 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



JAMES LAWRENCE LOWE, Richmond 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

RUSSELL McBRIDE, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

TIMOTHY JAMES McCORMACK, Blue Ridge Summit, 

Pennsylvania 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



GEORGE M. McGOWAN, Pleasureville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GARRY RICHARD McGUIRE, Covington 
B.S. Economics. 

WILLIAM EDGAR MAGGARD, Whitesburg 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Phi Delta Theta. 




211 




CHARLES RICHARD MARRA, Jeffersonville, Indiana 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Newman Club; Young 
Democrats. 

THOMAS R. MARTIN, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

KENT ALAN MASON, Southgate 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Counter-Guerrilla Raid- 
ers, First Sergeant; Young Republicans; Inter-Dorm 
Council; Sigma Nu; Student Council; AUSA. 

EUGENE V. MASSEY, Lynch 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GREGORY JAY MEADE, Paintsville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Circle K Club. 

LENNY B. MIDDEN, Cynthiana 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



ORVILLE DOUGLAS MILLER, East Bernstadt 
B.S. Business Education. NBEA; KBEA. 

KENIS BERNARD MINS, Pikeville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

THOMAS EDWIN MINKE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles; AUSA. 



SENIORS 

DONALD BOYD MINNICH, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JOHN ROBERT MOBERLY, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Accounting Club. 

RICHARD JAY MORROW, Northridge, California 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



WALTER RALPH MURPHY, Covington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Football; E Club. 

ROGER A. MURRAY, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

THOMAS RAY MUSGRAVE, Union, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Alpha Chi Iota, Trea- 
surer; Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Tau Pi; KYMA Club; 
Eastern Colonel; Inter-Dorm Council. 



DONNA J. NICHOLS, Shelbyville 

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

PHILIP ALLEN NICHOLS, Glasgow 
B.B.A. Business Administration. AUSA. 

JAMES FLOYD OBSBORNE, Hazard 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 




212 




RITA JUNE OSBORNE, Corbin 

B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi; Young Re- 
publicans. 

W. MICHAEL PAHNER, III, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Economics. B.B.A. Business Administration. Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha; Student Council; Inter-Fraternity Council, Sec- 
retary. 

CHARLES MICHAEL PALMER, Middletown, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

LESLIE DEAN PARKS, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

WILLIAM VERNON PARRISH, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administraion. AUSA; Scabbard and 

Blade. 

CARLOS BENNY PEACE, Middlesboro 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



JAMES DARRELL PERRY, Shelbyville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CHARLES ROBERT PETERS, Lily 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GEORGE B. PIERCE, Fort Mitchell 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



JERROLD CURTIS PIGG, Berea 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles. 

JAMES DAVID PLUMMER, Maysville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JANICE A. POPE, London 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi; Young 

Republicans. 



GARY BOONE POPPENHOUSE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Economics. 

BEVERLY JEAN POZARNSKY, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi; Student Council; 

SNEA. 

BONNIE LEE POZARNSKY, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi; SNEA. 

THOMAS W. PRESLEY, Atlanta, Georgia 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Drama Club; Inter- 
Dorm Council. 

KENNETH LEE PRICE, Erlanger 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

ALTON BRYAN PULLIAM, JR., Paris 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 




213 




FRANCES MAYO RAMSEY, Louisville 
B.S. Business Education. 

RONALD J. RAPP, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.BA. Business Administration. 

DONALD PARKIS RATLIFF, Dayton, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



SANDRA LANCE REED, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Business Education. Sigma Tau Pi, Vice President; 

Pi Omega Pi; Young Democrats; Student Council. 

TED B. RHUDY, Bellevue, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JAIRO IVAN RIANO, Bogota, Colombia 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Sigma Chi Delta; New- 
man Club; CCUN, Vice President; Sigma Nu. 



H. ROSS RICE, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Beta Omicron Chi, Trea- 
surer; Inter-Fraternity Council; Inter-Dorm Council. 

MICHAEL A. RICHARDSON, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

LINDY HOWARD RIGGINS, Cambridge, Maryland 
B.B.A. Business Administration. E Club; Student Coun- 
cil; Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary; Tennis Team; 
Beta Omicron Chi. 

LARRY ALAN RITTER, Falmouth 
B.S. Accounting. 

ELDON LEE ROBBINS, London 
B.S. Business Education. 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE ROBERTS, Pikeville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



VONDA LOU ROBINSON, Lockport 
B.S. Business Education. 

JAMES RALPH ROLLINS, Rockholds 

B.S. Business Education. Siema Tau Pi, Vice President; 

Young Republicans; Baptist Student Union. 

VINCENT DYKES ROSENTHAL, Winchester 
B.B.A. Business Administration, Phi Delta Theta. 



PATERSON ROBERT ROTH, Fort Thomas 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

ROBERT ANDREW ROWLETT, Milton 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

PHILIP RUCHKA, JR., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Inter-Dorm Council. 




214 



Filling out IBM cards is one of the 
easier parts of registration. 





SENIORS 

DALE LEE RUSSELL, Liberty 

B.S. Business Education. Baptist Student Union; SNEA; 

NEA. 

ROCKE LEE SACCONE, Newport 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GARY E. SAMMONS, South Shore 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CHAD OSCAR SAMONS, Martin 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GREGORY KENNETH SAMONS, Martin 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

ROBERT EDWARD SANDERS, Covington 

B.S. Business and A.B. English. Student Council; Student 

Court. 



ROBERT LEE SANDERS, Park Hills 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Democrat Club; 

Newman Club. 

ANDREW B. SAWYER, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

LINDA MARIE SCHRADIN, Hamilton, Ohio 

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

Sigma Tau Pi; Band. 

JERRY SEBASTIAN, Newport 

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

JONATHAN WOODSON SHARPE, Fort Mitchell 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Football and Basketball 
Trainer. 

RICHARD WALKER SHEA, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



215 




THOMAS HAROLD SHUFF, Hagerstown, Maryland 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

GERALD WAYNE SIMON, Cold Spring 
B.S. Business. 

JAMES ALLEN SIMPSON, Louisa 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Pershing Rifles; Young 

Democrat Club; Delta Chi Theta. 

ROGER LEE SIMPSON, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Psi; Account- 
ing Club. 

STEPHEN SCOTT SIMPSON, Lancaster 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

KAREN SUE SINTZ, Brookville, Indiana 

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

Hall House Council. 



JANE WADE SKELTON, Grove City, Pennsylvania 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Republican Club. 

CAROL SUE SMITH, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Accounting Club; Young 

Republican Club. 

DORINDA L. SMITH, Columbia 
B.S. Business Education. SNEA. 

GARY DAVID SMITH, Washington Court House, 

Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Accounting Club; 
Young Republican Club. 

KENNETH A. SMITH, Ashland 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

WILLIAM ALBERT SMITH, Erlanger 

B.B.A. Business Administration. KYMA Club; Palmer 

Hall House Council, President. 



TIMOTHY D. SPEAKS, Lancaster, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha; "E" 

Club, Treasurer; Football Team. 

VICTOR DAVID SPURLOCK, Ary 
B.S. Economics. Young Republican Club. 

RONALD SULLIVAN, London 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Counter-Guerrilla Raid- 
ers; Scabbard and Blade; AUSA. 



DAVID LEE STAPLETON, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education. Young Republican Club; SNEA. 

WILLIAM MORRIS STEWART, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DAVID G. STUCKENBERG, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 




SHICHANG SUNG, Seoul, Korea 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

RONALD JOSEPH TASIOR, Edmeston, New York 
B.S. Business Education. 

MICHAEL TATOM, Cumberland 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Scabbard and Blade; 

Omega Phi Psi; AUSA. 



DORIS EVA THACKER, Conway 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CHARLES LOGAN TUSSEY, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Democrat Club. 

LARRY G. VAN HOOK, Somerset 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



LOUIS JOHN VOLK, Blanchester, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Republican Club. 

GLORIA JEAN WAGNER, Richmond 
B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. 

JAMES S. WAGNER, Covington 
B.S. Business Education. 

WILLIAM JOHN WALL, Prince George County, 

Virginia 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Pi Kappa Alpha, Presi- 
dent; Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice President; Distin- 
guished Military Student. 

JAMES DAVID WALTERS, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Young Republican Club; 

Sigma Tau Pi. 

DANIEL RAY WEAVER, Falmouth 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 





MICHAEL GARLAN WEIS, Wilmington, Ohio 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

MAJOR W. WHEAT, FR., Lawrenceburg 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Kappa Alpha; Circle K; 

Young Democrat Club. 

ROBERT BLAIR WHEELER, London 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JACKIE LOGAN WHITAKER, Richmond 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DANIEL R. WHITE, Alexandria 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Beta Omicron Chi, Trea- 
surer. 

LEONARD ROBERT WHITECAR, Alexandria, 

Virginia 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Business Club; Young 
Republican Club. 



217 





BEVERLY BROADDUS WICKERSHAM, Richmond 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DAVID GORDON WILDE, Louisville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

JAMES C. WILKERSON, Liberty 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



PAMELA ARNOLD WILLIAMS, Paris 
B.S. Business Education. 

ROMA JANET WILLIAMS, Kings Mountain 
B.S. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. 

WILLA DEAN WILLIAMS, Hindman 
B.S. Business Education. 

JAMES DOUGLAS WILMHOFF, Erlanger 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

DEAN ERWIN WILSON, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Circle K; Band. 

GEORGE GRADY WILSON III, Whitley City 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Baptist Student Union, 
Vice President; Sigma Tau Pi; Young Democrat Club; 
AUSA; Messia; Martin Hall Dorm Council, President. 

SENIORS 

MICHAEL EDWARD WIRA, Newport 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Delta Chi Theta; MILE- 
STONE. 

MARLENE ANN WISOWATY, Camden, New Jersey 
B.S. Business Education. 

RICHARD DEAN WOOD, Carrollton 
B.B.A. Business Administration. Freshman Class Trea- 
surer; Kappa Alpha. 

JAMES ROBERT WOODS, Pleasureville 

B.S. Business Education. Henry County Club; AUSA. 

RON WOODWARD, Cynthiana 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 

CARROLL ALLEN YATES, Simpsonville 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 



BRUCE S. YOUNG, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration. Sigma Tau Pi. 

CHARLES G. ZETER, Lexington 
B.B.A. Business Administration. 






2.18 



ASSOCIATE OF ARTS 

PATRICIA ANN BROODS, Cynthiana 
A A. Data Processing. 

CAROL BERNIECE BULLOCK, Mount Vernon 
A A. Executive Secretarial. 

GLORIA ANNETTE CANADA, Lexington 
A. A. Executive Secretarial. 



NORITA JOAN CURRY, Richmond 
A. A. Data Processing. 

PATSY DIANE DAUGHERTY, Brodhead 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

PARTICIA NELL FRENCH, Richmond 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



JAMES WILLIAM GABHART, Lexington 
A.A. Data Processing. 

DEBBIE LYNNE HALL, Warsaw 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

CAROL SUE HESS, Falmouth 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 




An examination is a test of understanding and retention. 




219 




MAURITA ANN HAMPTON, Falmouth 
AA. Executive Secretarial. 

TERRY LEE HIGGS, Jamestown, New York 
A A. Executive Secretarial. 

BEVERLY ANN KIMBLE, Nottingham, Pennsylvania 
A. A. Executive Secretarial. 



YOLANDA LANIER, Louisville 
A.A. Data Processing. 

MILDRED ANN LAWSON, Milton 
A. A. Executive Secretarial. 

JANIS ARLENE LONG, Harrodsburg 
AA. Executive Secretarial. 



JANE CAROLYN McGUIRE, Sinai, 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

GERALD L. MARTIN, Middletown, Ohio 
A.A. Data Processing. 

JAYNE ELLEN MILLER, Prestonsburg 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



BRENDA MARIE MOORE, Winchester 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

PEGGY ANN NEWTON, Irvine 
A.A. Data Processing. 

LINDA G. NICHOLS, Somerset 
A.A. Data Processing. 



RICHARD LAWRENCE SHERMAN, Winchester 
A.A. Data Processing. 

BARBARA DORIS SIEVERT, Louisville 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

SONDRA LOU STIVERS, Pleasureville 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 



MARLENE TODD, Paris 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

MARCIA LOUISE WEEKS, Louisville 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 

CECELIA JANE YOCUM, Burgin 
A.A. Executive Secretarial. 




220 







COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 




Dr. Dixon A. Barr, dean of the College of Education, directs a diversified college 
that has functions ranging from the preparation of elementary teachers and the coordi- 
nation of the secondary education programs to the education of persons in the fields 
of health, physical education and recreation. 



Education Improves Established Programs, Adds Innovations 



Upgrading of existing academic offerings and innovation 
were both key factors in the College of Education this 
year. Under the guidance of Dean Dixon A. Barr, the 
college sought improved methods for the preparation of 
teachers in already established programs and made new 
curricula available in a variety of subjects. 

A new course of study for the preparation of kinder- 
garten teachers was initiated, as were Master of Science 
degree programs in school and clinical psychology. The 
restructuring of a classroom in the Combs Building pro- 
vided a psychology laboratory to strengthen the new grad- 
uate, as well as the undergraduate, course work. The 
first persons to receive the Bachelor of Arts in library 



science were graduated. 

The college's Division of Health, Physical Education 
and Recreation was active, too. A new curriculum was 
open in public health to complement the existing school 
health offering and a successful summer sports camp 
series was begun. 

Eastern, through the College of Education, contributed 
to the Title III, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 
by providing extensive consultation service to the 18- 
county activity. The Appalachian Teacher Education Pro- 
gram, a component of Title III which recruits young per- 
sons for education and return to the reeion as teachers, 
was headquartered at Eastern. 



222 




Dr. Charles H. Gibson (left), Assistant 
Dean of the College of Education, feels 
that close teacher-student contact is 
necessary in those classes he teaches. 
Chairman of Professional Laboratory 
Experiences and Associate Dean of the 
college, Dr. J. Dorland Coates (below) 
supervises Eastern's extensive student 
teacher program. 




223 





Elementary education majors learn the tech- 
niques of bulletin board displays and get 
results like this one, which tells a story all 
by itself. 



Extensive familiarization with teaching methods are required 
before Eastern's student teachers go to the field for six 
weeks each semester. 




Dr. Eddie P. Ort, chairman of the Department of Education, is concerned with the professional orientation 
and instruction of students enrolled in Eastern's teacher education program, and those performing graduate 
study in education. 



224 





Professor C. Douglas Hindman of the psychology faculty 
(left), utilizes a sophisticated testing device, similar to a 
lie-detector in a graduate-level psychology class. Dr. James 
A. Lee (above), chairman of the department, supervises 
course work leading to the Master's degree in two fields of 
psychology. 



225 




Miss Juanita Phillips (beloiv), chairman of the Department of Library 
Science, saw her department award its first B.S. degrees this year, while 
Library Science majors (above light), learn each detail in the operation 
of school and public libraries. Dr. Ned Warren (above left), chairman 
of the Division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation directs pro- 
grams that range from graduate-level curricula to an Associate of Arts 
degree offering in recreation supervision. 




.iJ) <7 ''A* 




226 




Dr. Thomas P. Collins (above), is director of the Title III, Ele- 
mentary and Secondary Education Act, program for Region 6 in 
Southeastern Kentucky, an 18-county area. 




n 

A 5*! 



Dr. Nancy D. Peel, (left), and Dr. Florence Stratemeyer are 
both involved in the Appalachian Teacher Education Pro- 
gram component of Title III activity, which is headquartered 
at Eastern. Dr. Stratemeyer, ATEP coordinator, also serves 
the University as distinguished professor of education. 




Mr. Sam Whitaker, coordinator of the horticulture component 
of the Title III program, examines a plant life project in the 
greenhouse of Bush High School in Laurel County. 



227 




Dr. Helen Reed (right) directs Eastern's Model Laboratory 
School, a modern educational laboratory for students prepar- 
ing to be teachers, and an opportunity to benefit from the 
latest teaching methods for the students enrolled there. 





228 








The College of Education administers a variety of programs, ranging 
from physical education, (above) to Model Laboratory School. 



EDUCATION SENIORS 





BETTY L. ADAMS, Zachariah 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA 

SARA MOORES AGEE, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi. 

LINDA LEE AKERMANIS, Orlando, Florida 

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

SNEA; ACE. 

ALAVI FARAMARZ, Tehran, Iran 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Head 
Instructor of EKU Karate Club, President; HPER; So- 
ciology Club. 

MARVA FAY ALLEN, Helechawa 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

RICHARD T. ANDERSON, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Physical Education. Swimming Team; DMS. 

JANET DALE ANGEL, Lloyd 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta. 

KATHLEEN CATHERINE AQUINO, Haskell, New 

Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education. 

KATHLEEN YVONNE ARLINGHAUS, Ft. Mitchell 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, Recreation. WRA; 
WOS; Intercollegiate Volleyball and Field Hockey. 



229 




SENIORS 

FRANK LAWRENCE BALDINO, Lodi, New Jersey 
B.S. Physical Education. HPER. 

BONNIE BALL, Georgetown 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARY EMILY BALL, Nashville, Tennessee 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Burnam 
and Sullivan House Council; Biology Club; Kappa Delta 
Tau; Inter-Faith Council. 



CAROLYN SUE BARNHART, New Carlisle, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta, Secretary. 

CLIFFORD HAROLD BARTH, Cincinnati, Ohio 

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

Young Republicans. 

JAMES HARLAN BARTRAM. New Liberty 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 



MARY MARGARET BASS, Lexington 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta; Young Repub- 
lican Club; Kappa Delta Tau; Newman Club; ACE. 

ELIZABETH J. BECK, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA, Vice President. 

LINDA L. BECK, Fort Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; ACE; SNEA. 



BEATRICE R. ARNETT, Oneida 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

EMMA JEAN ARNETT, Helechawa 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LARRY LANE ARNETT, Oneida 

B.S. Elementary Education. Counter-Guerrilla Raiders; 

Young Republican Club; AUSA; Flight Program. 

VICTOR ERROL ARNETT, Oneida 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

A. MILLER ARRITT, Partlow, Virginia 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Foot- 
ball. 

MILDRED DARLENE ASBURY, Cynthiana 

B.S. Elementary Education. Little Theater; ACE; Kappa 

Delta Tau, Vice President; Collegiate Pentacle. 

NANCY KAY ASHFORD, Lexington 
B.S. Psychology. Band; Orchestra," Biology Club; West- 
minster Fellowship; MILESTONE. 

' JAMES D. ASHMAN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Scab- 
bard and Blade; HPER, President and Treasurer; Phi 
Delta Theta, Vice President. 

JEANETTE H. BAILEY, McKee 
B.S. Elementary Education. 




230 




LOUISE BEGLEY, Hyden 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

AEC; SNEA. 

LANA CHERYL BENTLEY, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta; ROTC Spon- 
sor; SNEA. 

DONNA CAROL BERTRAND, Feds Creek 

B.S. Elementary Education. Younq Republican Club; 

Pike County Club; ACE. 

PATRICIA LYNN BIEHN, Falmouth 
B.S. Elementary Education. Younsj Republican Club; 
SNEA; ACE. 

JANE ELANOR BIRCH, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; Collegiate 
Pentacle; Young Democrat Club; Oratorio Chorus; 
SNEA. 

JUNE EVELYN BIRCH, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat Club; Cho- 
rus; SNEA. 

DONNA MARIA BOWMAN, Fort Mitchell 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL BRANNON, Hyden 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

LARRY WAYNE BRANSTETTER, Louisville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Rifle 

Team; HPER. 



ROBERT DENNIS BRASINGTON, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. West- 
minster Fellowship. 

RICHARD EARL BRENDENBERG, Florence 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club, 

Treasurer; Student Council; Kappa Delta Pi; AUSA. 

CECILIA GAY BREWER, Buckhorn 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club. 

CHRISTINE MARIE' BREWER, Dayton, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Burnam House Council, Sec- 
retary; Lambda Phi Omega, Vice President and Presi- 
dent; Inter-Sorority Council, President; Student Council; 
Drum and Sandal. 

PENNY JOYCE BREWER, Mi'ddletown, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council; CWENS. 
TERRY LEE BRIDEWELL, Alexandria 
B.S. Psychology. Pershing Rifles; Young Republican 
Club. 



BILLIE SHECKLER BROCK, Irvine 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PATRICIA LOUISE BROCK, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MINA AMILEE BROCKMAN, Windsor 
B.S. Elementary Education. 




231 




ADEHLIA ANN BROGDEN, Ransomville, New York 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, Recreation. 

GLORIA JEAN BROWN, Lexington 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA LEWIS BROWNING, Evarts 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



RICKEY ALLAN BRUNER, Harrodsburg 
B.S. Physical Education. Rifle Team; HPER. 

NORMA JEAN BRYANT, Fisherville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

RAYELENE J. BRYANT, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat; ACE; 

SNEA. 



VALERIA K. BULLOCK, Mount Vernon 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

ROTC Sponsor; SNEA. 

SUSAN ELAINE BURCH, Danville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Tennis 

Team; Kappa Delta Tau; HPER; WRA; WOS. 

REBECCA CASEY BURNETTE, Frankfort 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



What do you mean you didn't bring 
your . . . ? 



232 





SENIORS 

ROBERT MICHAEL CARROLL, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Student Council; 

Rifle Team. 

MARGARET ANN CARTER, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; KYMA. 

DORIS ELAINE CASEY, Middletown 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



DONALD FRANK CECIL, Salyersville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

PEGGY ANN CHAMBERS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Drum and Sandal; "Little 

Colonels;" KYMA, Secretary; SNEA. 

JOAN DAVIS CHEEK, Cynthiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

PEGGY LOU CHENAULT, Pine Ridge 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JEANNE ELLEN CHISECK, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Senior Class, Secretary; 
CWENS, President and Advisor; Student Council; Pi 
Alpha Theta; KYMA. 

SUSAN LEIGH CHURCHMAN, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE, Treasurer. 

KAY BROTZGE CLANCY, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; ACE; 

CWENS. 

ANN BROCK CLERINGER, Arlington, Virginia 
B.S. Psychology. Chamber Choir; "Little Colonels." 

ELIZABETH CAROL COLLINS, Whitesburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat Club. 



LINDA ADAMS BURROWS, Bedford 
B.S. Elementary Education. Collegiate Pentacle; Kappa 
Delta Pi; ACE; SNEA. 

EVELYN JEAN BURTON, Washington Court House, 
Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Lambda Phi Omega; West- 
minster Fellowship; SNEA. 
DONNA JEAN CAILEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Lambda Phi Omega, Chap- 
lain and Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice President; 
Westminster Fellowship; Collegiate Pentacle; KYMA; 
Karate Club; ACE. 

LINDA KAY CARLSON, Jamestown, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 
JEFFREY MICHAEL CARMODY, Lambertville, New 
Jersey 

B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. New- 
man Club; Young Republican Club; HPER. 
GARY JOSEPH CARONI A, West Orange, New Jersey 
B.S. Health and Physical Education. 




233 



VIRGINIA RAYNELLE COMBS, Erlanger 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; Young Republicans 

Club; Delta Theta Pi, Treasurer. 

FRANCES KAY COLON, Flatwoods 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

PETER F. CONNALLON, Sparta, New Jersey 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA LOU COOK, Shelbyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SHARON LYNN CORBIN, Middleton 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JAMES NICHOLAS COSTELLO, Kingston, New York 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Colonel; 
Sigma Nu, Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council; HPER; 
KYMA; YMCA. 




A pooped, catnapping student finds the library's quiet good for more than study, 




TERRY F. COTTENGIM, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Iota Epsilon; Junior 

Class Vice President; Kappa Alpha. 

CAROLE ANN CRACRAFT, Sardis 

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

KATHLEEN MARY CREIGHTON, Suffern, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 
Newman Club; Little Theater; SNEA. 

JAMES FRENCH CROSBY, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

THOMAS A. CROTTY, Wyoming, Ohio 

B.S. Psychology. Football; Newman Club; Basketball; 

Inter-Fraternity Council; Kappa Alpha. 

JERRY WAYNE CUMMINS, Brooksville 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 




234 



PHYLLIS JEAN CUPP, Manchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

HAYWARD M. DAUGHERTY JR., Vine Grove 

B.S. Physical Education. Football; E Club, President; 

MILESTONE, Sports Editor. 

DELORES AGNES DAVIS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; PROGRESS. 

LARRY DALE DAVIS, Lexington 
B.S. Psychology. 

WILBERT DOUGLASS DAVIS II, Gary, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education. Omega Psi Phi; SNEA; HPER 

Club; Track Team; E Club. 

DEBBIE L. DAWKINS, Independence 
B.S. Elementary Education. Little Colonel Drill Team; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; SNEA; KYMA; MILESTONE; Pi 
Alpha Theta; ACE. 
ROBERT NEILL DAY, Lexington 
B.S. Recreation Administration. Kappa Alpha Order, 
President; Student Body, Vice President; Student Court; 
HPER, Vice President; Inter-Fraternity Council; Men's 
Inter-Dorm. 

GENEEN LAVERNE DECKER, Winchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; ROTC Spon- 
sor; KYMA. 

LAWRENCE DENSMORE, Richmond 
B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Sigma 
Gamma; HPER. 

SENIORS 

MICHAEL FRANKLIN DILLON, Paint Lick 
B.S. Recreation. HPER; Young Democrats Club. 

KIM DARYCE DOKES, Milford, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

GLORIA JEAN DOLL, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



BARBARA FAYE DONALDSON, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

BARBARA ANN DONNELL, Versailles 

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

BYRON DOUGLAS DOOM, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

PATRICIA ANNETTE DOUGLAS, Toledo, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; Kappa Del 
Tau; Junior Class Secretary; SNEA; ACE; WRA. 

JOEL B. DUCHIN, West Orange, New Jersey 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPE! 

Young Democrats; MILESTONE; Ciruna. 

LANA D. DUNLAP, Waynesville, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 





235 



CHARLES MICHAEL EADS, Fort Worth, Texas 
B.S. Psychology. Phi Delta Theta. 

DAVID ARTHUR ECKMAN, Florence 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

REBECCA JEAN EDEN, Berea 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



JO ELLEN EDMONDSON, Winchester 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 

Kappa Sigma. 

LINDA RAY ELKIN, Winchester 

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

ELIZABETH ANN ELKINS, West Liberty 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

DORIS JEAN ELZA, East Bernstadt 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JACK LEE EMSUER, Maineville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education. Baseball Team, Manager; "E" 

Club; Delta Upsilon; HPER. 

O. DOUGLAS ENGLE, Corbin 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SENIORS 

DALE LYNN ESTEPP, South Webster, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education. Alpha Delta Upsilon; Young 

Republican Club; HPER. 

SHARON SUE EVANS, Evarts 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

REBECCA ANN EWERS, Fredericktown, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

SNEA. 

DIANE A. FARMER, Morrow, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Oratorio Choir; SNEA; ACE; 

WRA. 

SHARON LOUISE FARMER, Somerset 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

DONNA BEA FERRELL, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CHARLES DAVID FERRIELL, Louisville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Newman 

Club; HPER. 

ELIZABETH CAROLYN FIELDS, Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

SNEA. 

JUDY ADINGTON FIELDS, Waynesburg 

'B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council; Young 

•Democrat Club; Lincoln County Club; MILESTONE; 

SNEA. 











236 




BARBARA PAIGE FINEISEN, Jeffersontown 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JAMES ARNOLD FITCH, Ripley, Ohio 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. SNEA; 

HPER. 

GLORIA JEAN FITZGERALD, Stanford 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LOWELL DOUGLAS FLANARY, Lynch 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

CASSANDRA S. FOILL, Waverly, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

MARSHA DEL FRIEDHOFF, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. WOS; 

HPER; WRA, President and Vice President. 



CHARLES FRANKLIN FROEBE, Phillipsburg, Ohio 
B.S. Recreation. Phi Delta Theta; HPER, President. 

NYOKA JEAN FUGATE, May King 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ROBERT FUGATE JR., Jackson 
B.S. Elementary Education. 




DEBORAH DELL GARDNER, Maysville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ANNE S. GARLING, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; KYMA. 

LINDA CARPENTER GEARY, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

RANDALL LEE GEORGE, Lebanon, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

GERALD LAWSON GILL, Deland, Florida 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Baseball 

Team, Captain; All Conference Baseball; "E" Club. 

SUE B. GILLIS, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

SNEA. 

NANCY LEE GILMORE, Ashland. 

B.S. Physical Education. Young Republican Club; HPER. 

DONALD DOUGLAS GOLIGHTLY, Warrenton, Vir- 
ginia 

B.S. Psychology. Sigma Nu; Scabbard and Blade; Psy- 
chology Club. 

MAX HOWARD GOOD, Richmond 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 



237 




CAROL JOAN HACKER, Manchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SAMUEL G. HACKER, McKinney 

B.S. Elementary Education. Lincoln County Club; Can- 
terbury Club; Baptist Student LInion; Young Democrat 
Club. 

GARY H. HAG ADORN, Lafayette, New Jersey 
B.S. Physical Education. KYMA; HPER; NEA. 

JIMMY RAY HALL, Garrett 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARGARET O. HALL, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; Young Re- 
publicans. 

SUE HALL, Pikeville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

TOMMY D. HALL, Betsy Layne 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

JANET KAYE HAMILTON, Berea 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARY JEAN HAMPTON, La Grange 
B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Secre- 
tary; SNEA; ACE. 

SHELDON HARDIN, Inez 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. SNEA; 

HPER. 

ROBERT BRADLEY HARGROVE, Milton 
B.S. Physical Education and Health. 

BILLIE SUE HARMON, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education. Collegiate Pentacle; Kappa 

Delta Pi; SNEA; ACE. 



WARREN ALLEN GOOLEY, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Circle K. 

KATHLEEN A. GORGONE, Windber, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Elementary Education. Oratorio Chorus; SNEA. 

MARILYN E. GREEN, Dreyfus 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SONDRA LEE GRIFFIN, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CHARITY GRIFFITH, Sebastian's Branch 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA JEANNIE GROSS, Chavies 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Young 

Democrat Club; WRA; HPER. 

SENIORS 










238 




Attention is that stuff from which grades are made. 




BARBARA LOW HARTMAN, New Albany, Indiana 
B.S. Elementary Education. Appalachian Volunteers, Vice 
President; Kappa Delta Pi. 

JUDY SHARON HAWKINS, Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Shelby County Club; SNEA. 

NELDA ANN HAWKINS, Lawrenceburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA SUE HAWKS, Berea 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA HAYS, Tyner 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

VEENA CAROL HENSLEY, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

Drill Team; Baptist Student Union; SNEA; ACE. 

RITA ANN HERR, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

CAROLYN JEAN HESLER, Falmouth 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat Club; 

CWENS; ACE; SNEA. 

PATRICIA ELLYN HICKS, Wilmington, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



LARRY DEWARD HILL, Carrollton 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

DOROTHY MAY HOFMANN, Covington 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

MARGARET SUE HOLBROOK, Sarasota, Florida 
B.S. Elementary Education 



239 




PHYLLIS J. HOLLAN, Austin, Indiana 

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

WRA; ACE; SNEA. 

RONALD TYRON HOUSE, Dayton, Ohio 
B.S. Health and Physical Education.- Football Team; 
Wrestling Team; Student Council, Vice President; "E" 
Club; Kappa Delta Pi; HPER; Who's Who; SNEA. 

LINDA JEAN HOUSTON, Brodhead 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CYNTHIA ANN HOVECAMP, Fort Mitchell 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PATRICA ANN HOWARD, Jackson 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. WRA; 

HPER. 

WAYNE LEE HUCKER, Hanburg, New Jersey 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Baseball 

Team; "E" Club. 

PAMELA M. HUGHES, Frankfort 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

FREIDA ANN HUTCHINS, Moreland 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; CWENS; Wesley 

Foundation; Young Democrat Club. 

THOMAS ANTHONY IMPARATO, Lodi, New Jersey 
B.S. Elementary Education. Inter-Dorm Council; Newman 
Club; SNEA. 

ANNA KATHRYN JACKSON, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. Pi Alpha Theta. 

JAMES MICHAEL JACKSON, Richmond 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. "E" 

Club; Athletic Trainer. 

MICHAEL DENNIS JACOBS, Silver Grove 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SENIORS 



KAREN LYNN JEDLICKA, Cincinnati, Ohio 

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

CAROL LEE JOHNSON, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta. 

KAREN LOUISE JONES, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

CWENS; ACE. 

SHARON COLLIER JONES, Richmond 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 

Delta; Drill Team; HPER. 

EARL JOSEPH HORDAN, White Plains, New York 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

FRANK PAUL JOYCE, Dunellen, New Jersey 
B.S. Psychology. 




240 




JAMES EDWARD KAVANA JR., Montrose, New York 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Beta 
Omicron Chi; Student Council; HPER. 

KATHRYN FONTAINE KEARNS, Florence 
B.S. Elementary Education. Baptist Student Union. 

SALLY JANE KEITH, Orbisonia, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education. Appalachian Volunteers; 

Young Republican Club; Wesley Foundation; ACE; 

SNEA. 

DENNIS WILLIAM KELLEY, Lakeside Park 

B.S. Psychology. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice President and 

President; Scabbard and Blade. 

TERRY WAYNE KINCER, Cromone 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MICHAEL C. KING, Erlanger 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARY ANN KINKER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Westminster Fellowship; 
ACE, Vice President. 
JANET KIRSCH, Sinai 
B.S. Elementary Education. 
KAREN LYNN KLECKNER, Dayton, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi, Secretary; 
Drum and Sandal, President; Capers, Commander; MILE- 
STONE, Section Editor; ROTC Sponsor; Little Theater; 
SNEA. 

MARGARET RUTH KLEIN, Williamsville, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Omicron; Band; Or- 
chestra; MENC; CWENS. 

LOIS FAYE KOGER, Bonneville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LAURIE KATHRYN KOLLER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; Young Re- 
publican Club; Karate Club; HPER. 



KAREN ANNE KOSFELD, Louisville 

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

Pentacle, Treasurer; Young Republican Club. 

JESSIE L. KRUMMEL, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. 

TONI K. KUTCHBACK, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Kappa Sigma, Vice 

President and Secretary; Student Council; Kappa Delta 

Pi; Burnam House Council. Vice President and President; 

Inter-Dorm Council; CWENS. 

WAVELENE McOUEEN LAKES, Bond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CLARENCE TUGGLE LAMPKIN, Chicago, Illinois 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. "E" 
Club; Track Team. 

BARBARA E. LAWSON, Whitley City 

B.S. Elementary Education. Fencing Club; SNEA. 




241 




SENIORS 



Elementary education majors learn the techniques of papier-mache in public school art class. 



AGNES LEAR, Richmond 
B.S. Recreation. 



BILLYE FA YE LIBERATORE, Lexington 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

SAMUEL MICHAEL LIBERATORE, McKeesport, 

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

MARSHALL LLOYD LINDSEY, Shelbyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CARL EDWARD LOEWENSTINE, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Baseball 
Team; HPER. 

DAVID CARTER LOWE, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology. Psi Chi, President; Debate Team; KIE, 

Secretary; Alpha Chi Lambda, President. 

DORIS LOWERY, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. MILESTONE; SNEA. 

RHODA BARBARA LUSK, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PATRICIA ANN LYNCH, Hamilton, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. MILESTONE; ROTC Spon- 
sor; SNEA; ACE; Delta Theta Pi. 

SHERRY ANNE McCARTY, Covington 
B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; Young 
Republicans. 

GLORIA JEAN McCAULEY, Versailles 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; ACE; 
Inter-Dorm Council. 
RITA GRACE McGINNIS, Greenup 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Delta 
Theta Pi; WRA; HPER; Karate Club; Young Demo- 
crats. 




242 




MAUREEN LEE McKINNEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; YWCA. 

DENNIS PAUL McKENZIE, Flint, Michigan 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

ARTHUR LEE McLAUGHLIN, Rumsey 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Inter- 
Dorm Council; HPER; Young Republicans. 

LINDA R. McMILLIN, Springfield 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

BILL MAGGARD, JR., Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Inter-Faith Council; Student 
Council; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer; Young Repub- 
licans; Behavioral Science Symposium; KYMA Club; Pi 
Tau Chi, Vice President. 

PATRICIA MAHAN, Princeton 

B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau. 



LOIS ANN MANNS, Wayland 

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

DOROTHY ELLEN MARCUM, Albany 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SAMUEL VINCENT MARTONE, Cliffside Park, New 

Jersey 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER; 
Newman Club; Young Republicans. 

JOYCE ELLEN MASON, Carrollton 

B.S. Elementary Education. Queen Athena; Lambda Phi 

Omega; Student Council; Inter-Sorority Council; SNEA. 

MARY LOUISE MATTHEWS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Wesley Foundation; KYMA 

Club; MILESTONE; ACE; Young Republicans. 

KENNETH R. MATLOCK, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



MARY MARGARET MAUNEY, Somerset 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

THERESA KATHLEEN MAXWELL, Long Beach, 

New Jersey 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

MARY COLEEN MAY, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; Student Council. 

JUDY CAROLE MEADE, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

JANET GAIL MEYER, Ghent, New York 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER, 

Vice President. 

ELIZABETH MIKE, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 




243 



BARBARA LEE MILES, Mason, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education. Drum and Sandal; HPER Club, 

Secretary; ROTC Sponsor; Student Council. 

PHYLLIS ANN MILES, Mason, Ohio 

B.S.' Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER; 

Drum and Sandal; Newman Club; WRA. 

JUDY A. MILLS, Evarts 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

DIANE JURTSEN MITCHELL, Florence 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

ALMA RUTH MOORE, Booneville 

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

JUDY ANN MOORE, Mount Sterling 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



WILLIAM MICHAEL MOORE, Sabina, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

SUSANNE MOORER, Moorestown, New Jersey 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

HOWARD R. MORRIS, Wadsworth, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education 




Foreign students discover English can be 
fun. 



244 






JACKSON DARE MORROW, JR., Richmond 
B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club. 

GENE H. MOSELY, Wheelwright 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Vet- 
eran's Club; HPER Club. 

HELEN FAYE MULLINS, Middlesboro 

B.S. Elementary Education. Pi Tau Chi, Secretary; Kappa 

Epsilon; SNEA; ACE. 

KATHLEEN D. MURPHY, Cedar Grove, New Jersey 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER 
Club; Biology Club. 

MARY ANN MURPHY, Lancaster 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE; Young Re- 
publicans. 

CHARLES MICHAEL NAPIER, Chavies 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER 

Club. 

SUE ANN NEALE, Loveland, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA. 

PATRICIA BLANCHE NEWELL, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council, Treasurer; 
CWENS; Freshman Class Secretary; Sophomore Class 
Secretary; Who's Who; Experiment in International 
Living, Foreign Ambassador; Hall of Fame. 

JOANNE POWER NICHOLS, Glasgow 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

SENIORS 

BARBARA JEAN NICKELL, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education. Canterbury Club; YWCA. 

HERMAN NOBLE, Jackson 
B.S. Psychology 

THOMAS LONG NOONING, Louisville 
B.S. Psychology. 



CHARLES LEE NORRIS, Brodhead 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

NANCY JEAN NUHN, Blanchester, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education. WRA; WOS, President; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Collegiate Pentacle. 

LINDA GAYLE NUNN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA Club; Drill Team; 

Alpha Gamma Delta; ROTC Sponsor. 

MARY ANN O'HARA, Corinth 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SHARON RENROD OLTHOUSE, Bellevue 

B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; MILESTONE. 

KAY CHRISTINA PAFF, Owensville, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Phi Delta; Kappa 
Delta Tau; SNEA, First Vice President; ACE; Newman 
Club; Student Council; Young Democrats. 



245 




ROBERT A. PLEWA, Cresson, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Health and Physical Education. E Club; Basketball 

Manager; HPER. 

EARL PHILPOT, Corbin 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

LINDA ELAINE PHIPPS, Cannel City 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JANINE ELIZABETH POWERS, Lexington 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MARGARET SUE POYNTER, Louisville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. WRA; 

WOS. 

NANCY LARUE QUIRE, Simpsonville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER; 

WOS; Baptist Student Union. 



WESLEY KAY PARKER, Lebanon, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

EDITH STEPHENS PATRICK, Hueyville 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

VIRGINIA KAY PATTERSON, Harrodsburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 



LOUELLA F. PATTON, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

BONNIE SUE PENDERGRASS, Bardstown 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

TOMMIE JEAN PENNINGTON, Combs 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



SAUNDRA LEE PERDUE, Winchester 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CHARLES PRESTON PEVELER, Milford, Ohio 
B.S. Health. HPER Club. 

JANET SUE PHELPS, Paintsville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



JESSE RALEIGH PHILLIPS, Neon 
B.S. Psychology. 

CLEOPHAS PHILON, Hazard 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

S. HILDA PITTMAN, Albany 

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






SENIORS 







246 



JUDITH ANN RAGLAND, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat Club; Pi 

Kappa Theta; SNEA. 

ELIZABETH A. RAUSCH, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Newman Club; McGregor 

House Council. 

DAPHNE D. REGER, Frankfort 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 



SUSAN ANNETTE RHODUS, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

TERRY ARTHUR RICHARD, Sabina, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

ISABELL RILEY, Nicholesville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

TRUDY FREDERICK ROBBINS, London 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LYNDA KEEN ROBERTS, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

PATRICIA DARYL ROBERTS, Harold 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER; 

WRA. 

DONNA SUE ROBERTSON, Hustonville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

GEORGE EDWARD ROBINSON, Charlottesville, 

Virginia 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

WANDA ROBINSON, Manchester 
B.S.. Elementary Education. 




LINDA LEE RODDY, Rochester, Pennsylvania 

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

Club; KYMA; SNEA. 

EDITH PYLES ROGERS, Carrollton 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ELIZABETH ANN ROGERS, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education. KYMA; Young Democrat 

Club; SNEA. 

DIANA RAE ROSE, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council; Kappa Ep- 
silon; Baptist Student Union; Young Republican Club; 
Band; SNEA. 

MARY ANNE ROYSTER, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Pi Tau Chi; Wesley Foun- 
dation. 

NANCY LOUISE RUSSELL, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education. Drum and Sandal, President; 

Who's Who. 




247 




RONALD LYNN RUSSELL, Danville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

DOUGLAS RYSEWYK, Rochester, New York 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ROSANNE SABATELLI, Harrison, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE, Secretary; SNEA. 



LINDA LONG SAYLER, Middletown 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PAUL LEONARD SAUNDERS, Richmond 
B.S. Recreation. 

PAUL BERNARD SCHEIDEL, Bellevue 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Baseball; 

HPER. 



ALEX EUGENE SEBASTIAN, Booneville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JUDY CAROL SEWELL, Jackson 

B.S. Psychology. Psychology Club; Young Democrat 

Club. 

PEGGY AUXIER SHACKELFORD, Bybee 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



LINDA LOU SCOTT, Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa 

Delta Tau; ACE. 

PHYLLIS BLACKBURN SEA, Sinai 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

MICHAEL PERRY SEARCY, Louisville 
B.S. Psychology. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Circle K. 

LARRY WAYNE SHEARER, Irvine 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

EVELYN LOUISE SHELLENBERGER, Versailles 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. WRA; 

WOS; PEMM; SNEA. 

LAURENCE W. SHUCK, Bethlehem 
B.S. Psychology. Inter-Dorm Council. 



BARBARA LEE SCHOTT, Louisville 

B S. Elementary Education. Collegiate 

CWENS; ACE. 



Pentacle; 



SANDRA LEE SCHUMMER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Westminster Fellowship, 
Secretary; Collegiate Pentacle; Young Republican Club; 
MILESTONE; ACE. 

VICKI L. SCHUFF, Brookville, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE. 

SENIORS 




248 




PATRICIA ANN SIMS, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA FAYE SININGER, West Union, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA. 

PATRICIA ANN SIPES, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; Clay Hall House Council, Treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Tau; Young Republican Club; ACE. 

GLENDA KAY SIZEMORE, Freeburn 

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

County Club; Young Democrat Club. 

ELIZABETH H. SKAGGS, Satellite Beach, Florida 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA. 

LINDA A. SMART, Nicholasville 

B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; Little Colonels Drill 

Team; KYMA. 



BEVERLY ANN SMITH, Lexington 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

BONNIE SUE SMITH, Hazard 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

FREIDA KAY SMITH, Harrodsburg 

B S Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; ACE; 

SNEA. 



JANE WILLIS SMITH, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

PATRICIA DAVIS SMITH, Cincinnati, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Westminster Fellowship, Sec- 
retary; CWENS. 

SHARON SMITH, Manchester 

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

TERESA ANN SMITH, Latham, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi; ACE, Pres- 
ident. 

ROSS MORTON SNYDER JR., Middletown, Ohio 
B.S. Psychology. Tennis Team; Phi Delta Theta; Intra- 
murals. 

WILLIAM EDWARD SPENCE, Bonneville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

BARBARA ANN SPENCER, Crestwood 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

HAROLD BOSWELL STANLEY III, Shelbyville 
B.S. Psychology. Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Mil- 
itary Student. 

DIANA LYNN STAPLETON, Richmond 
B.S. Library Science. SNEA. 




249 




ANN MARIE STEFFEN, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Democrat Club. 

SALLY IRENE STEPHENS, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. ACE; SNEA. 

MELINDA NELL STEPP, Prestonsburg 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



CAROL LEE STEVENS, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 
A.A. Recreation. 

MORRIS ALLEN STEWART, Perryville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER. 

CHERYLEEN FRANCES STIVERS, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia 

B.S. Elementary Education. Miss Eastern; ROTC Spon- 
sor; Kappa Delta Tau. 

BONNIE HAMMONS STOKES, Corbin 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

LINDA M. SUNDELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

MILESTONE. 

ANITA CHRISTINE SURO, Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Gymnastic Team; ROTC 

Sponsor; CWENS. 

LINDA CAROL SUSONG, Middletown, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education. Alpha Delta Pi; HPER, Vice 

President; PEMM, Secretary; SNEA; WRA. 

JAMES EDWARD SWETNAM, Jeffersontown 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. HPER; 

KYMA. 

PATRICIA ANN SWANGO, Kettering, Ohio 

B S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Young 

Republican Club; Inner-Sorority Council; ACE. 



THOMAS MICHAEL SWARTZ, Watervlist, Michigan 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation HPER, 
Vice President; "E" Club, Vice President; Football Team. 

JAMES BRENT TACKETT, Eubank 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

VICKY JANE TANNER, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Pi 

Alpha Theta; Clay Hall Treasurer; KYMA; ACE; 

SNEA. 

L. RICHARD TAYLOR, Williamstown 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Mathe- 
matics Club; HPER. 

MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Booneville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SUSAN GAY TAYLOR, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club- 

SNEA. 




250 




STEPHEN RAY TEMPLETON, Morehead 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 

Alpha; HPER. 

CLAUDIA BRYANT TERRY, Fairfield, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Tau; SNEA. 

CAROLYN ANN THOMAS, Wheelwright 

B.S. Elementary Education. ROTC Sponsor; Drum and 

Sandal; Majorette; Floyd County Club; SNEA. 

LINDA SUE THOMER, Cold Spring 

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

SNEA; Walters Hall House Council. 

GEORGIA M. THOMASON, Leitchfield 

B.S. Elemei .ary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta; Young 

Republican Club; Inner-Sorority Council; ACE. 

BRENDA V. THOMPSON, Arlington, Virginia 

B.S. Psychology. Collegiate Pentacle; Alpha Delta Pi; 

Kappa Delta Tau; ROTC Sponsor; Youn^ Republican 

Club; Student Council; Psi Chi; MILESTONE. 

KATHERINE DAVIS THOMPSON, Jenkins 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

CANDACE LORRAINE THORNTON, Walton 
B.S. Elementary Education. SNEA; ACE. 

BENNIE MICHAEL TRAIL, Manchester 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

LINDA MARIE TRAUTMAN, Cleves, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 
Delta Tau; Westminster Fellowship; Young Democrat 
Club; WRA; HPER. 

HELEN KATHLEEN TREES, Felicity, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

WILLIAM W. TREMPER, Silver Grove 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Scab- 
bard and Blade; AUSA; HPER. 



SENIORS 




This week it's my turn to run the maze. 



251 





SUSAN D. TUCKER, Paris 

B.S. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. HPER. 

ETHEL MAE TURNER, Williamsburg, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 

SNEA; MILESTONE. 

REECY FAE VAN SICKLE, Richmond 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



RICHARD THOMAS VEREKER, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Young 

Republican Club; HPER. 

MARGARET LORAINE WADE, Mount Orab, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. Student Council. 

JANICE JEANENE WALLINGFORD, Maysville 
B.S. Elementary Education. Wesley Foundation; SNEA. 

LYNDA KATHERINE WARD, Paintville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Younc; Democrat Club; 

SNEA; ACE; KYMA. 

MARILYN BETH WATKINS, Lexington 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 

Delta Tau; HPER. 

LINDA LEE WATSON, Louisville 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

SENIORS 

MARY JANE WEBER, Fairfield, Ohio 

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

Delta Pi; CWENS; Collegiate Pentacle. 

SANDRA RAE WELLS, Cannel City 

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

PATSY SUE WESLEY, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club. 

KENNETH DRAKE WESTLAKE, Grove City, Penn- 
sylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club; 
SNEA; NEA. 

SANDRA LEE WEYRICH, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education. ROTC Sponsor; SNEA; ACE. 

JEFFREY FORREST WHEALDON, Eubank 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

ROBERT CLIFTON WHEELER, Russell 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. PEMM; 

SNEA; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MARY ELIZABETH WHITE, Oxon Hill, Maryland 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Kappa 
Delta Tau; HPER. 

JUDY G. WHITNEY, Waynesville, Ohio 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



252 



CHARLES B. WICKER, Richmond 
B.S. Recreation. HPER. 

DANNY WILKERSON, Perryville 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 

TERRY ANN WILLIAMS, Berea 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

KATHERINE LOUISE WILSON, Loveland, Ohio 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. WRA, 
Treasurer; WOS; HPER. 
D. HORACE WITHERS, Eubank 
B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 
DONNA L. WOLFE, Covington 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Collegi- 
ate Pentacle; Kappa Delta Pi; WRA, Vice President; 
WOS; HPER; Who's Who; Basketball and Volleyball 
Team. 

PHILLIP S. WOODALL, Fresno, California 

B.S. Elementary Education. Sigma Nu, President and 

Secretary; Young Republican Club; YMCA; Inter-Dorm 

Council. 

JANE ELIZABETH WOODS, Rochester, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education. Delta Theta Pi; Kappa Delta 

Tau; ACE. 

CAROLYN SUE WREN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Young Republican Club- 

SNEA; ACE. 




LINDA IRENE WRIGHT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education. Orchestra; Delta Omicron; 

Young Republican Club; Concert Choir; ASTA. 

WAYNA CHERYL WRIGHT, Somerset 
B.S. Elementary Education. 

JERRY W. WYRICK, Hazard 
B.S. Elementary Education. 



KATHLEEN ANN YACABONE, Lincoln Park, New 

Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education. Drum and Sandal, Secretary; 

SNEA, Vice President; Student Council. 

JOHN W. YEARSLEY, Richmond 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Recreation. SNEA; 

KEA; HPER. 




253 




FRONT: Marilyn Barnhart. MIDDLE: Ken Berry; Jeanne Chi- 
seck; Steve Okeson; Kathy Philips; Gary Lightner. TOP: Jeff 
Okeson. 



CLASS OF 1969 

President: JEFF OKESON 

Vice President: STEVE OKESON 

Secretary: JEANNE CHISECK 

Treasurer: KEN BERRY 

Reporter: MARILYN BARNHART 

Student Council: GARY LIGHTNER 

Student Council: KATHY PHILIPS 



The Senior Class of 1969 contributed spiritually, 
academically and socially to life within the East- 
ern community. 

Non-denominational Meditation Chapel re- 
ceived a $2,500 donation to go toward the con- 
struction of the altar. Five worthy seniors were 
awarded grants on the basis of need and aca- 
demic achievement so that they could complete 
their educations. Homecoming and the Senior 
Banquet in May were big social events for the 
Seniors. 

The Fall class elections saw the S.O.B.E.R. 
(Seniors Offering Better Experienced Represen- 
tation) ticket swept into office. 

The highlight of the entire year was com- 
mencement. That day the significance of four 
years of challenge and work was realized for 
the Class of 1969- 



254 




GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Graduate School Expands 
Advanced Degree Programs 



Expansion and development were key words in the 
Graduate School this year. Dean E. E. Moretz super- 
vised the addition of seven new graduate degree pro- 
grams to the curriculum and coordinated the planning 
and approval of four others which will be implemented 
next fall. 

Biggest news in the graduate school was the authori- 
zation, by the Board of Regents, of the awarding of 
specialist degrees, planned sixth-year degree programs. 
Specialist curricula were offered in technology and edu- 
cation (physical education). 

In cooperation with the University's academic col- 
leges, the Graduate School offered the Master of Arts 
degree in geography and in guidance for student per- 
sonnel for the first time. A Master of Arts degree will 
be available in political science next year, as will the 
Masters of Public Administration. 

New Master of Science curricula were available in 
industrial education, industrial technology, clinical and 
school psychology and will be offered next year in 
chemistry and physical education. 




An important day in a graduate student's career (below) is 
the oral examination which tests familiarity with subject mat- 
ter and the ability to think clearly and quickly.. 



Graduate Dean E. E. Moretz coordinates with the deans of Eastern's 
academic colleges for the operation of developing graduate curricula. 







256 




Eastern's graduate level courses, like Dr. Robert 
Morsberger's English class on the "Age of Emerson," 
attract students from many walks of life. 



GRADUATE 
STUDENTS 





ROBERT L. ARVIN, Cynthiana 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling 

EDD C. BAKER, Annville 
M.S. Biology. 

RITA MARIE BEACH, Covington 
M.S. Physical Education. 



BARBARA A. BEAMS, Campbellsville 
M.A. English. 

POUNGSROI BOON-ITT, Bangkok, Thailand 
M.A. Education. 

ROBERTA MAE BOOTHBY, Holstein, Iowa 
M.A. Education 



JEANNE EGAN BOWLING, Bellevue 
M.A. Education. 

JOHN RAYMOND BRICKING, Bellevue 
M.A. Business Education. 

DARLENE CASH, Dry Ridge 
M.A. Education. 



ROBERT D. CAUDILL, Hazard 
M.A. Education. 

FAYE COTLETTE, Pineville 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

JAMES MORRIS CRITCHFIELD, Danville 
M.B.A. 



258 




WILLIAM STUART CRITCHFIELD, Danville 
M.BA. 

PAUL VERNON CUPP, JR., Louisville 
M.S. Biology. 

ALAN BRIAN CURRY, Bellevue 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 



MARIA L. DE LOS REYES, Manzanillo, Cuba 
M.S. Biology. 

EARL EMERSON DOWLING, JR., South Point, 
Ohio 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

PATRICIA ANN DRURY, Willisburg 
M.A. English. 

MARYBELLE McAFEE DUFF, Hazard 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

PHILLIP EDNIN ESTEPP, Paintsville 
M.S. Psychology. 

WILLIAM H. GEIGER, JR., Lititz, Pennsylvania 
M.S. Industrial Education. 




SUSIE R. GRAY, East Point 
M.A. Education. 

JAMES E. GREEN, Lesington 
M.S. Industrial Education. 

BARRY L. HARTMAN, Carrollton 
M.A. Education. 



LINDA LEE HODGES, Winchester 
Specialist in Education. 

EDITH FAYE HOLBROOK, Paintsville 
M.A. Education. 

NANCY D. HOLMES, Richmond 
M.A. Education. 



JERRY BERL HOPKINS, Berea 
M.A. History. 

MORGAN FOSHAY HOTALING, Montclair, New 

Jersey 
M.S. Psychology. 

JUDY TRAM HUFFMAN, Seville, Ohio 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 



259 




PENG HUNG, Taipei, Taiwan 
M.A. Education. 

LOIS A. HUTCHINS, West Union, Ohio 
M.A. English. 

JACK TALMADGE HUTCHINSON, Martin 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 



HILDRETH CHRISTIAN KIDD, Falmouth 
M.A. Education and Geography. 

KAREN COOK KIDD, Eminence 
M.A. Education. 

ROY W. KING, Richmond 
M.S. Psychology. 




Hand and machine combine to produce the mind's idea. 



MARY ELIZABETH LAIRD, Richmond 
M.A. Education. 

JACK H. LLEWELLYN, Knoxville, Tennessee 

M.A. Education. 

CLARENCE LARRY LOGAN, Maytown 
M.A. Education. 



GLENN EDWARD McNABB, Mt. Sterling 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

CHARLES DARRELL McQUEEN, Bond 
M.A. Education. 

FRED EARNEST MALINS, South Heights 

Pennsylvania 
M.A. Education. 




260 




KENNETH RAY MARTIN, Estill 
M.S. Biology. 

JULIA HARRISON MILLER, Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

PATRICIA ANN MILLER, Christiana, Pennsylvania 
MA. Education. 



THOMAS T. MILLER, Toronto, Ohio 
M.S. Psychology. 

WILLIAM DAVID MILLER, Summitville, Indiana 
M.A. History. 

PAUL CLAY MOTLEY, Richmond 

M.A. Education and Specialist in Education. 



CAROLYN MARIE MURPHY, Ashland 
M.A. English. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR NOEL, JR., Louisville. 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

LEON ELDON OLIVER, Danville 
M.A. Education. 



JOHN JOSEPH PAVLISKO, Swissvale, Pennsylvania 
M.A. Education. 

CARL WILLIAM PHARIS, Louisville 
M.A. Education. 

JAMES ROBERT PORTER, Berea 
M.B.A. 



JOSEPH MATTHEW PORTER, Jeffersontown 
M.A. History. 

L. LAURENCE POWELL, JR., Richmond 
M.A. Education. 

JEAN ELIZABETH RAMM, Hasbrouck Heights, New 

Jersey 
M.A. History. 



MARGIE CHARLENE RANSOM, Covington 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

YVONNE WILLETTA RHODES, Louisville 
M.A. English. 

VERNON EARL RICE, Annville 
M.A. Geography. 




261 




JAMES MARVIN ROBERTS, Dryhill 
M.A. Geography. 

JERE K. ROCHE, Lexington 
MA. Education. 

ELLEN DIANE ROGERS, South Irvine 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 



JANET DIANE RUSSELL, Hustonville 
M.B.A. 

CANDIS COOK SHAFER, Erlanger 
M.A. Education. 

SANDRA ANN SHELTON, Manchester 
M.A. Education. 



DAVID HENRY SNELL, Paris 
M.A. History. 

JEANNETTE B. SOWDERS, Richmond 
M.A. Education. 

JAMES STEPHEN STACY, Jackson 
M.S. Biology. 



JOHN P. STEPHENS, Flatwoods 
M.A. Education. 

JERRY MARVIN STEWART, Corbin 
M.A. History. 

PEGGY MAE STUHLREYER, Cincinnati, Ohio 
M.A. Education. 



MARY LING-TZE SUN, Taipei Taiwan, China 
M.A. Education. 

WILLIAM DAVID SWANSON, Morris, Illinois 
M.A. Education. 

CHARLES TACKETT, JR., Virgie 
MA. Geography. 



CHARLES WILLIAM TAPP, Ashland 
M.A. History. 

ROBERT EDWARD TARVIN, Williamsburg, Ohio 
M.A. History. 

THOMAS LEE TENNEY, Richeyville, Pennsylvania 
M.A. Education. 




262 




Students spend many hours in the library in quest of new knowledge through 
research. 



MARGARET M. THURMAN, Richmond 
M.S. Biology. 

BETTIE RUSSELL TIPTON, Shelbyville 
MA. Business Education. 

HENRY HALL TRIPLETT, JR., Prospect 
M.B.A. 



EDNA PENNINGTON VAN BEVER, Somerset 
M.A. Education. 

ROBERT BRYAN VAN HOOSE, Paintsville 
M.A. Non-School Guidance. 

RODNEY L. VARNEY, Forest Hills 
M.A. Education. 



WILLIAM TERRY WARD, Lebanon 
M.A. English. 

ROBERT ELLIS WARREN, Harrodsburg 
M.A. Guidance and Counseling. 

DREW D. WILSON, Magnolia, Arkansas 
M.S. Biology. 



JOEL DUDLEY WINGARD, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
M.A. English. 

WILLIAM W. WORRELL, Norton, Virginia 
M.A. English. 

FREDERICK KREBS ZEPP, Indiana, Pennsylvania 
M.B.A. 




263 



1969 Hall of Fame 



Symbolizing the highest standards of scholar- 
ship, leadership, and overall value to the aca- 
demic community are those seniors entered in 
the Milestone Hall of Fame. The Milestone 
proudly presents as the 1969 entry, Miss Patricia 
Newell: scholar, campus leader, and diligent- 
worker. Miss Newell, Louisville, epitomizes the 
sterling qualities regarded as most ideally rep- 
resentative of the Eastern Spirit of Youth. 

One of five nominees made by the senior 
honoraries, Collegiate Pentacle and OAKS, and 
the Student Council, Pat was named the 1969 
Hall of Fame entry by a secret committee chosen 
by the University president. She joins a dis- 
tinguished group of seven predecessors in earn- 
ing the Milestone's highest honor. 

Winner of the Honor Roll award signifying 
the superlative senior in the College of Educa- 
tion, Pat, who plans to become an elementary 
teacher, has compiled a 3.22 standing during 
her first three years at Eastern while maintain- 
ing an active campus leadership role. She has 
served as chairman of two vital committees, the 
Student-Teacher Course Evaluation Committee 
and the Women's Rules Evaluation Committee, 
illustrating the high esteem in which her abili- 
ties are held. Listed in Who's Who, Pat has 
served as treasurer of the Student Council, a 
member of Cwens, and Collegiate Pentacle. She 
spent last summer in Ireland as Eastern's repre- 
sentative to the Experiment in International 
Living. 

Patricia Blanche Newell 

1969 Hall of Fame 







266 







As a campus leader, Pat is active in many 
organizations. The popular '69 Hall-of- 
Famer also finds time for her social life, 
despite the time consumption of an elemen- 
tary education major. 



1969 Honor Roll 




PATRICIA NEWELL, Education 




STEVE FARDO, Applied Arts and Technology 



268 





Representing the best in their respective colleges 
are the members of the 1969 Milestone Honor 
Roll. In addition to boasting superior academic 
standings in their fields of study, the Honor 
Rollees assume key leadership roles in a diverse 
array of campus activities. 

Students receiving this coveted award are 
chosen by the individual college deans on the 
basis of academic accomplishment, leadership, 
cooperation and contributions to their respective 
field of study at Eastern. 

The 1969 Honor Roll has a combined three- 
year average academic standing of 3.623 and 
boasts an impressive set of leadership creden- 
tials. Topping the list are Political Science 
major, Jerry Carter, co-winner of the College 
of Arts and Sciences award with a perfect 4.0 
standing, and Miss Bonnie Pozarnsky, College 
of Business, 3.97. Miss Pozarnsky is a Business 
Education major. 

Arts and Sciences co-winner, Miss Martha 
Garland, an English major, has a 3.78 standing. 
The College of Applied Arts and Technology's 
Honor Roll representative is Steve Fardo, an 
Industrial Education major with an academic 
standing of 3.41. 

The Milestone's 1969 Hall of Fame Entry, 
Miss Patricia Newell, represents the College of 
Education on the Honor Roll. An Elementary 
Education major, the talented Miss Newell has 
a 3.22 overall academic standing but her pro- 
fessional education record shows an average 
of 3.76. 



Above: BEVERLY POZARNSKY, 

Business. 

Left: JERRY CARTER and MARTHA 
GARLAND, Arts and Sciences. 



269 



Milestone Senior Citations 

Serving both as an award to assiduous seniors 
and as an incentive to aspiring juniors, the Mile- 
stone Senior Citations, with a brief history of 
five years, have fast become a tradition with 
ever-ascending status. 

Students designated for this honor have de- 
monstrated outstanding leadership and ability 
in their respective areas of campus activity. Can- 
didates were nominated by department chair- 
men, organizational sponsors and advisers, and 
athletic coaches. Decisions were reached by a 
committee of administrators and students. 

Areas which are represented include outstand- 
ing students in athletics, drama, music, religion, 
speech and debate, student government, stu- 
dent publications, and Greeks. 




Religion: RAY PINSON, JIM PERKS, NANCY HILL, MARY JO THORNTON. 



270 




Military: HENRY H. MAURER, 
KEN ROBEY, BILL WALL, 
ROBERT J. GIVIN, PHILIP A. 
NICHOLS, RICHARD AN- 
DERSON, HAROLD B. STAN- 
LEY, DAVID VICKERS, ED- 
WARD CLANCY. 




Athletics: JOHN TAZEL, RICH- 
ARD ANDERSON, ROBERT 
WALKER, BOB WASHING- 
TON, DICK DUNKLE, 
GRANT COLEHOUR, RON 
HOUSE, BRUCE BOYER. 



271 



Senior Citations 




s*<M^£ 



Outstanding Greek Man and Woman: RON BRAUN, CHRIS 
BREWER. 




Student Government: STEVE OKESON, STEVE WILBORN, 
LINDA PHILLIPS, PATRICIA NEWELL. 



272 




Music: DOTTIE PEEKE, THOMAS BONNY, KAREN SEARS, 
JAMES OSBORNE. 




Drama: BILL THOMAS, CAROL WATSON, TONY MANNEN. 



273 




Senior Citations 



Student Publications: MARY ANNE 
DOEL, HAYWARD DAUGHERTY, 
KAREN KLECKNER. 



Speech: ROBBIE KIEFER, RANDY NOLTE, 
CAROL WATSON. 




274 



p -. 




'afar.;- ■nj£7 jMM 


d 



Who's Who 

Students who are honored by selection to mem- 
bership in Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities are those who have contributed 
most exceptionally to their academic institution 
during their college career. 

The thirty-eight Eastern seniors chosen this 
year to receive this prized citation were desig- 
nated as having distinguished themselves in the 
fields of scholarship, leadership, citizenship, 
extracurricular endeavors, and future potential. 
Candidates were nominated by a faculty com- 
mittee and final approval was made by the 
national organization. Each member received a 
certificate of commendation and his name was 
placed in the annual publication of Who's 
Who. 



KATHLEEN YVONNE ARLINGHAUS, Physical Ed- 
ucation. 

Below: DANNY ROBERT BARTLEY, Business Ad- 
ministration. 






Above: RONALD LAWRENCE 
BRAUN, Business Management. 
Left: ALLEN KENT BRELSFORD, 
Business Administration. 



275 



Who's Who 




PATRICIA BLANCH NEWELL, Element,*, Ed- 
ucation. 





Above: DANIEL W. MORGAN, Art. 
Right: NANCY HILL, English. 



CAROL RAE KING, English. 




276 




NANCY LOUISE RUSSELL, Elementary 
Education. 




S«>>SK%V«S 



WILLIAM MORRIS STEWART, Account- 
ing. 

LINDA CAROL PHILLIPS, English. 





CAROL SITTIG LOWE, Spanish. 




JOSEPH R. PRATT, History. 



277 



Who's Who 





CAROLINE JEAN HILL, English. 



FRANK T. STACKHOUSE, Political Science. 




DIANE HARROD WAINSCOTT, English. 



WARREN ALLEN MAY, Industrial Education. 



278 




^ 



^T5 





W. STEPHEN WILBORN, Political Science. 



DONNA L. WOLFE, Physical Education. 





Jill 



RITA LEE SHAW, English. 

JANICE ELAINE ZERHUSEN, English. 



279 




BEVERLY IRENE MURPHY, Home. Economics. 





CARL DAVID COFFEE, Accounting. 



MADELINE BROTZGE CLANCY, Elementary 
Education. 




7LM 

EDWARD FRANCIS CLANCY, Economics. 



280 



Who's Who 





JERRY R. CARTER, Political Science. 



LYNN McMILLIAN BROTHERS, So- 
cial Science. 





MARSHA DE FRIEDHOFF, Physical Education. 



MARTHA GARLAND, English. 






281 



Who's Who 



Left: MARY LYNN McCUBBIN, Mathematics. 
Below: VIRGINIA LYNN GARNER, Biology. 








1 


mk 









Above: BONNIE LEE POYAMSKY, Business 
Education. 

Right: RONALD LYNN HOUSE, Physical Edu- 
cation. 



282 



t 





Left: BEVERLY JEAN POZARNSKY, Business Education. 

Below: SANDRA WARDELL HOLLADAY, Business Educa- 
tion. 






Above: MARGERT CAROLYN LUNSFORD, German. 
Left: PATRICIA DAVIS SMITH, Elementary Education. 



283 



OMICRON ALPHA KAPPA 



Omicron Alpha Kappa is composed of junior 
and senior men who have distinguished them- 
selves by demonstrating outstanding leader- 
ship, scholarship, and character. O.A.K. up- 
holds the highest scholastic qualifications of 
any campus organization. Members are re- 
quired to have maintained a 3.4 average 
and to have participated in at least one extra- 
curricular activity. 

The organization's activities included hold- 
ing a smoker for transfer students and co- 
sponsoring the Honors Day Program with 
Collegiate Pentacle. The men also held their 
annual recognition ceremony for new mem- 
bers, honoring all incoming Omicron Alpha 
Kappa members. 




A committee of OAK's discuss plans for the annual Honors Day program, which 
is co-sponsored by Collegiate Pentacle. 




FIRST ROW: Gary Bleichner, Ron Braun, Jerry Hutchins, Danny Bartley, Allen Brelsford. SECOND ROW: Bill 
Collins, Dan MacDonald, David Coffer. 



284 



Collegiate Pentacle 




BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Salko Spriesterback, Darlene 
Asbury, Carol Lowe, Carolyn Hill, Linda Adams Bur- 
rows, Barbara Schott, Shirley Hayse, Brenda Thompson. 
SECOND ROW: Sharon Thompson, Billie Harmon, 
Carolyn Lundsford, Pam Miller, Dorothy Marshall, San- 
dy Schummer, Rita Lee Shaw, Pat Bailey, Norma Justice, 
Linda Davis, Linda Phillips, Pat Newell, Karen Kosfeld. 



THIRD ROW: Virginia Garner, Jane Birch, Naomi 
Meyer, Donna Pohlmann, Donna Wolfe, Donna Cailey, 
Donna Pennard. Andrea Krause, Geneva Melton, Mary 
Jane Weher, Sharon Corbin, Mary Lynn McCubbin, 
Susan Benton, Dottie Peake, Paula Begley, Karen Brack- 
ney. 




Senior women selected for membership to Col- 
legiate Pentacle are those who have distinguish- 
ed themselves by excelling in scholarship, 
leadership and service to the LJniversity during 
their academic career. 

Upholding its fine tradition, this organization 
served both the community and University this 
year by acting as guides during Orientation 
Week, co-sponsoring a coke party for transfer 
students, providintr Thanksqivin" baskets for 
needy families, and giving a Christmas party for 
children at the Telford Center. They also do- 
nated to the Meditation Chapel fund, and gave 
an informal party for prospective new members. 



Sponsor of Collegiate Pentacle, Mrs. Bonnie Shupe, advises Carol Lowe 
and Carolyn Hill about details of the Honors Day program. 



Scabbard and Blade 



Scabbard and Blade, a national military honor 
society founded in 1904 and begun at Eastern 
in 1964, supports the improvement of military 
education, encourages development of leader- 
ship qualities, and promotes friendship and fel- 
lowship among cadet officers. 

This year Scabbard and Blade performed at 
Homecoming and the Military Ball by execut- 
ing the traditional saber arch; and maintained 
active and alumni correspondence. The organi- 
zation also participated in assisting needy fam- 
ilies at Christmastime. 




Major William Collier passes under raised sabers during an inspection 
of Scabbard and Blade. 



& 9 **$ ^^ 




BOTTOM ROW: Henry Maurer; Michael Catlett; Jamie 
Mullins, co-ed sponsor; Harold Stanley; David Phelps; Ken- 
neth W. Robey, company commander. SECOND ROW: Frank 
Stackhouse; David Lee; Danny Dillman; Ronald Poling; 



John B. Crites. THIRD ROW: James Robertson; Douglas 
Draper; Mark Gritton; Jack Whitney; William Tremper. 
FOURTH ROW: David Vickers; Jack Phelps; David Wain- 
scott; Mike Cowmna. 



286 



Kappa Iota Epsilon 

Kappa Iota Epsilon, the sophomore men's hon- 
orary, is composed of those men who have 
upheld an academic average of 3.0 and have 
displayed both good leadership and citizenship. 
This year, K.I.E. members helped by serving 
as guides during freshman Orientation Week, 
co-sponsored with Cwens both a social mixer 
for incoming freshmen and parents and a fresh- 
man talent show. They also drove cars for some 
Queen candidates in the Homecoming parade. 
New members were introduced to the organiza- 
tion at the annual spring banquet, held this 
year in the Blue Room in the Keene Johnson 
Student Union Building. 




BOTTOM ROW: Larry Farmer; Larry Solvey; Ed Raker; John Young; Stuart 
Reagan; Jim Pellegrinon; Dan Hempel; Yashiniko Yagi; Mr. Clifford Par- 
sons, sponsor; Mike Fey. SECOND ROW: Steve Stanley; Jim Pratt; Charles 
Van Pelt; Bob Blythe; Tim Bosse; Joan Buchanan; Jerry Gossom; Jim Caudill. 
THIRD ROW: Bill McCaw; Herb Jones; Larry Fields; Paul Lundy; Max 
Money; Bob Wiseman; Lloyd Blevins, Ray Blevins. 




BOTTOM ROW: Carole Cracraft; Jane McGuire; Jayne Miller; Paula Neal; 
Linda Van Oss; Sarah Hammons; Gay Jennings; Maureta Hampton; Mary 
Helen Johnson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Martha Grise, sponsor; Sandy Hinger; 
Phyliss Wright; Connie Vermillion; Carol Stevens; Jeanne Switzer; Pat Studer; 
Sandy Castegnaro; Kathy Martin; Rita Thomas; Donna Taylor; Pat Klinger; 
Sandy Schafer; Pat Frost; Kathy Conrad; Kathy Weaver; Kathy Blaut; Kathy 
Wozny; Margaret Skaggs; Maria Owens; Patsy Baird; Diana Moore; Frances 
Wagner; Sharon Bryant; Karen Bryant; Sherry Faulkner. THIRD ROW: 
Linda Lyons, president; Patti Gains, treasurer; Karen Henderson, vice presi- 
dent; Judy Turner; Nancy Anderson; Cindy Dorman; Cecelia Jasper. 



Cwens 



Eastern's Mu Chapter of the National Society of 
Cwens is the sophomore women's honorary. 
Members are those who have proved themselves 
scholars and leaders during their freshman year. 

To begin the school year, Cwens served as 
guides during Orientation Week, and co-spon- 
sored a social mixer and talent show for fresh- 
men with Kappa Iota Epsilon, their male coun- 
terpart. In October, Mrs. Robert Grise, faculty 
adviser, and two representatives of Cwens 
traveled to Kansas State University for the Na- 
tional Convention. 

During the year, the girls upheld their tra- 
dition of outstanding service by helping at a 
local rest home, selling Christmas cards for 
U.N.I. C.E.F. foundation, and serving at the 
faculty banquets. 

Cwens held their eighteenth annual Christmas 
banquet for all freshman women to acquaint 
prospective members with the activities and 
functions of the organization. 



287 



Alpha Phi Gamma 



Socking it to the Eastern student body in word 
and picture are staff members of The Eastern 
Progress, the Milestone and the Aurora. Alpha 
Phi Gamma admits to membership individuals 
from these staffs who have demonstrated dedi- 
cation and achievement in collegiate student 
publications and journalism. 

Professor J. W. Click of the University of 
Ohio initiated the charter members of the Delta 
Iota Chapter last spring. The chapter has nearly 
doubled in size since then. This can in part be 
attributed to the increased interest in journalism 
and the continued high quality student publica- 
tions that attract competent staff members. 

Alpha Phi Gamma, as the newest honorary- 
fraternity on campus, became the first to pledge 
$500 to the Century Fund to help construct the 
Meditation Chapel. The chapter's "Tip the 
Ch 
first year 



apel" drive netted more than $100 during the 




BOTTOM ROW: James Culbertson, Jill Austin, Marianne Falk. SECOND 
ROW: Martha Garland, Joe Edwards, Gayle Schloss. THIRD ROW: Roy 
Watson, Nancy Brucchieri, Lynda McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Craig Am- 
merman, Jamie Hounchell, Bobby Whitlock, Allen Trimble. FIFTH ROW: 
Mr. Glen Kleine, SPONSOR; Mr. Donald Feltner, SPONSOR; Karl Parks. 




Alpha Psi Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega, a national honorary fraternity 
of dramatics, places the honor of membership 
on those students who have made outstanding 
contributions to the theater art. Points are 
awarded to members for length of play, cos- 
tuming, degree of difficulty, and hours spent on 
technical production. Alpha Psi Omega, which 
works jointly with Eastern's Little Theatre, was 
responsible for the exemplary productions en- 
joyed by the students this year. Membership in 
Alpha Psi Omega is conferred for life. 



BOTTOM ROW: Charlene Marcum; Mr. Harry Thompson, sponsor; Bill 
Thomas; Mary Parke. SECOND ROW: Clarence Jones; Larry Pergram; Bob 
Carver; Sarah Hammons; Alan Aubrey; Charles Taylor; Larry Powell. 



288 



Kappa Delta Pi 



Active on Eastern's campus since 1935, Kappa 
Delta Pi encourages professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards for students. Selection 
for Kappa Delta Psi is rigorous. To qualify, one 
must be in the upper fifth of his class and 
striving to obtain a degree in professional edu- 
cation. 

This year, the chapter again gave two schol- 
arships to a sophomore man and woman who 
are scholastically minded and who plan to enter 
the teaching profession. They also aided a one- 
room school in Clay County in helping to raise 
the school's standards. In addition, Kappa Delta 
Pi provided programs for student teachers to 
participate in discussions with other teachers, ex- 
pressing the experiences they encounter. 




BOTTOM ROW: Dave Vickers; Mary Dynn McCubbin; Donna Carley; 
Carolyn Hill; Nancy Hill. SECOND ROW: Jane Brick; Susan Bentley; 
Carol Lowe; Dana Click; Toni Kutchback; Sharon Thompson; Billie Har- 
mon; Diane Waiscott; Terry A. Smith. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Mabel Jennings, 
SPONSOR; Portia Williamson; Joyce Messinger; Donna Pohlmann; Karen 
Kornhoff; Steve Fardo; Mary Jane Weber; Emily Bucks; Warren May. 
FOURTH ROW: Warren May; John Lockwood. 




Kappa Pi 



Kappa Pi, national art fraternity which pro- 
motes student interest in the visual arts, brought 
several exhibit tours to Eastern's campus 
throughout the year. 

Touring art museums and various art centers 
in Kentucky were part of the fraternity's ac- 
tivities. Kappa Pi also sponsored its anual side- 
walk art exhibit providing an opportunty for 
students to display their works. 



BOTTOM ROW: Gittel Chase; Patty Fairbanks. SECOND ROW: Susan 
Rogers; Gail Morgan; Guyvonne Trible; Ken Pagi; Molly Neal; Cindy 
Adams; Barbara Thomas. THIRD ROW: Andrea Ranghorst; Ron Wagman; 
Sue Anne Miller; Judy Hall; Garry Comely; Fran Sharp; Sandy Weber; 
Judy Alley; Susanne Kuhns; Ron Hamilton. FOURTH ROW: Bob Bell; 
Dan Morgan; Mike Fey; Lanny Forman; Sally Beers; Dean Gatwood, 
SPONSOR; Mike Harrel, Rodger True. 



289 



Pi Omega Pi 



Pi Omega Pi, a business education 
society and Eastern's first honorary, 
strives to promote scholarship and to 
provide an interest in the teaching 
of business. 

To be eligible for membership, a 
student must be enrolled in a busi- 
ness education curriculum, have a 
scholastic standing of 3.0, have been 
at Eastern for three semesters, and 
have completed twelve hours of 
business courses. 




FRONT ROW: Kay Johnson; Sarah Campbell; Sandra Reed; Sandy Holiday. SECOND 
ROW: Gloria Wagner; Rebecca Fryman; Katherine Callis; Charlotte Fuson. THIRD 
ROW: Hazel Walker; Karen Horrar; Dr. Oberita Hager, SPONSOR; Pat LaRosa; 
Linda Schradin; Linda Byrd; Karen Sintz. 



Pi Tau Chi 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gaynelle Tatum, sponsor; Mary Jo Thornton; Nancy 
Hill; Peggy Stuhlreyer; Margie Halcomb; Gayle Anderson. SECOND 
ROW: George Pierce; Jane Smith; Helen Mullins; Sherry Bay; Jim Perks. 
THIRD ROW: Bill Maggard Jr.; Joe Porter; Rev. Dwight Lyonds; Mr. 
Willis Parkhurst, SPONSOR. 




To those students who wish to distinguish them- 
selves as Christian leaders, Pi Tau Chi offers reli- 
gious enlightenment, support, and leadership. 
Representing all denominations, the Zeta chapter 
accepted four new members this year, which is 
granted only to those who have at least sophomore 
status and have been nominated by the members 
of the campus religious organizations. A spring 
banquet paid tribute to the new members elect. 



290 










)-- -<* 



Sigma Delta Pi 

Sigma Delta Pi is an honorary for Spanish 
majors and minors who maintain a 3.0 in 
Spanish and a 2.5 over-all average. Initiated 
in January, 1969, Sigma Delta Pi is spon- 
sored by Dr. Charles Nelson. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Collins, Jinx Warren, Mary Anne Doel, Carol Lowe, Jinny 
Melton, Paulette McWhorter, Dr. Charles Nelson, Barbara Peercy. 




FRONT ROW: David Walters, Barbara Robbins, Susan Angerosa, 
Sandra Reed, Danny Sexton. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Tipton, 
Larry Bottom, Candy Johnson, Jane McGuire, Maurita Hampton, 
Linda Schradin, Linda Kindoll, Rita Osborne, Rebecca Frymen. 



THIRD ROW: Jon Grim, George Wilson, Ralph Rollins, Mary 
Wellman, Donna Nichols, Janice Pope, Charlotte Fuson, Gayle 
Hines, Paula Brown. 



Sigma Tau Pi 



Founded in 1926, Sigma Tau Pi is one of the oldest 
honorary clubs on the campus. Its membership consists 
of business majors or students planning a career in busi- 
ness who have earned twelve hours of credit in business 



while maintaining a 2.0 overall standing. Guest speakers 
are invited to each meeting and field trips are scheduled 
each spring semester. Sigma Tau Pi's activities are high- 
lighted in the spring with an annual banquet. 



291 



Delta Sigma Rho-Tau 
Kappa Alpha 

Ddca Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha involves 
those students who show a talent and scholas- 
tic achievement in debate, extemporaneous 
speaking, forensics, oratory, and public 
speaking. This nationally-chartered honorary 
was responsible for many of the notable 
speakers who made Eastern appearances. 
Other activities included sponsoring the 
British-Eastern public debate, the campus- 
wide Keene and Weaver oratorical contests, 
and serving as discussion and debate judges 
for the annual Regional High School Speech 
and Debate Festivals. 




Robert King, sponsor; Carol Watson; Randy Nolte; Jerry House; Veronica Riggs. 




BOTTOM ROW: Norma Justice, Jim Skaggs, Pat Bailey. SEC- 
OND ROW: Linda Neal, Brenda Beaty, Dorthy Marshall, Lee 
Diane Watson, Peggy Stuhlreyer, Naomi Meyer, Susan Pracht, 
Sharon Thompson, Polly Wyan, Betty Hupp, Barbara Williams, 



Doris Dewyer. THIRD ROW: Allen Rust, Paul Fugate, Jim 
Gano, Arnold Cawthorn, David Snell, Don Buehler, Don Dick- 
son, Roger Remer, Cleteus Burtum. 



Phi Alpha Theta 



Initiated in December of 1968, Phi Alpha Theta is one 
of the society's largest chapter organizations. This hon- 
orary is open to history majors who maintain a 3.0 over- 
all average. Meetings feature group discussion on current 
event topics and are held in professors' homes. The local 



chapter makes awards to outstanding freshmen, sopho- 
mores and juniors in the field of history. Worthy students 
majoring in history are provided scholarships by the na- 
tional organization. 



292 




Polity Society 

The Polity Society provides an opportunity for 
those students who are interested in the field of 
political science and who have a 3.0 standing. 
Its purpose is to stimulate an interest in civic 
affairs and government service. To promote in- 
terest in these subjects, regular meetings are 
held to discuss the political problems of our day 
and ways in which they can be improved. A ban- 
quet climaxed the activities for the year. 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Thomas Dunne, Elmer Frasure, Miss Jane Gurganus, 
Dr. Dwynal Pettengill, Linda Barth, Marilyn Stone, Mr. Robert Bruce. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Michael Cody, Frank Stackhouse, Phil Strebling, Guy 
Colson, Gerald Hutchins, Mr. W. E. Moomaw, Mr. Rodolfo Martinez. 



Psi Chi 



Psi Chi was initiated in 1968 as an hon- 
orary for students majoring in psychol- 
ogy. The members must have nine hours 
of credit in psychology while main- 
taining a 3.0 in their major and a 2.8 
overall. Seminars with other universities 
and lectures by guest speakers afford 
stimulating discussions in the field of 
psychology. Psi Chi, a member of Col- 
legiate Honor Societies, is recognized 
by the American Psychological Associa- 
tion. The organization was instrumental 
in naming the psychology lab after Dr. 
Hull, a former psychology teacher at 
Eastern. 



PMION Of sovtPT 80c|Mlsr nrp „.„„ 




BOTTOM ROW: Michel Catlett, David Lowe, Pauline Smith, Marva Perry, Donna 
Pohlmann. SECOND ROW: Dr. Douglas Hindman, Carol Byrd, Brenda Thompson, 
Phil Eastup, Diane Davy, Marsha Mahar, Don Crowder, Dr. James Lee. 



293 




Mr. and Miss 
Popularity 



The true Spirit of Youth is not limited to the classroom and the 
laboratory, important as these are. It is also reflected by students 
who contribute to the social aspects of campus life for these, 
too, are important ingredients of a university community. Ac- 
claimed by their fellow students on the basis of popularity, 
personality and poise in all areas of Eastern life are Mr. and 
Miss Popularity. Chosen in a campus-wide election were seniors 
Steven Okeson, biology and chemistry major from Andover, 
New Jersey, and Miss Joyce Mason, elementary education major 
from Carrol Iron. 



294 




Personable Steve Okeson is vice president of the Senior 
Class, president of Phi Delta Theta and a member of the 
Interfraternity Council. Last year, he was president of 
the Junior Class. 






Miss Popularity, whose favorite pastime is being with 
people, reigned over the ROTC Brigade this year as 
Queen Athena. Also a nominee for Miss Eastern, 
Joyce is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. 



295 



llll ' ' Ml 




w WtM 

¥&$&^* '■''■■■■■ .■■'■■.:■ y. 



1-y -w -^ 






ATHLETICS 



;;; : ■■■"■■ :: - ■:?:;||»p|rK 




2nd Straight OVC Crown 
Signals New Grid Era 

Eastern football fans ran the gamut of emo- 
tions this season. They saw another Ohio 
Valley Conference champion. They watched 
with awe as the Colonels won the close ones 
and ran their unbeaten string in the league to 
14 games. They taxed Hanger Stadium to 
standing-room-only capacity as it hosted the 
nationally ranked Colonels for the last time. 
Eastern's football success and a campus that 
is reaching its outer limits sidelined the 32- 
year-old stadium to make way for a new 20,- 
000-seat complex. 

The Colonels finished with an 8-2 record 
and ranked ninth in the country in the final 
college division wire service polls. It was an 
exciting team. One which displayed an al- 
most uncanny ability to perform under pres- 
sure. One which could destroy the opposition 
on ground or by air. One which experienced 
heartbreak only briefly. One which took on a 
gruelling schedule and ten opponents bent on 
upset. 

But most of all, one which was a winner. 



The 1,000-word picture: Chuck Walroth signals 
triumphantly as the official's hands go skyward 
and a dejected Western player watches helplessly. 
It says victory. 




The 1968 Football Colonels. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Fred Francis, manager 
Lowell Flannary, Tim Speaks, Don Buehler, William Wright, Vern Town, Bob 
Luman, Charles Walton, Ron McCloud, Ted Green, Pete Compassi, Bob Beck, 
Bill March, manager Skip Daugherty, graduate assistant Dick Roddy. SECOND 
ROW: Butch Troutman, Allen Baker, Doug Johnston, Brian Siemon, Harry 
Gibbs, Bill Bishop, Rick Dryden, Miller Arritt, Tom Shetler, Bob Webb, Dick 
Dunkle, Don Minor, Bill Brewer, Butch Evans, Don Moore. 



Pi 






ff^'M 




$ 



m 



m^ 



i 



&-&S&&V 



5&j£gjSBnS&& 



SMSUUfl 



■*%ffiiim*k»t*s< 




THIRD ROW: trainer Mike Jackson, graduate assistant Fred Malins, Coach 
Jack Ison, Mark Shireman, John Ankney, Pat Sheridan, Sidney Yeldell, James 
Wilson, Ron Reed, Jim Demler, Dave Maupin, Ron House, Jim Guice, Phil 
Knauer, Ted Taylor, John Tazel, James Kelley, Coach Bill Shannon, Coach 
Bobby Harville, graduate assistant Elmer Stephens. BACK ROW: graduate 
assistant Bill Worrell, Fred Troike, Harold Joyce, Jack Armstrong, Ken Richard- 
son, Donnie Evans, Tom Swartz, Paul Hampton, Jimmy Moberly, Don Wiggin- 
ton, Head Coach Roy Kidd. 





Coach Roy Kidd and familiar No. 12 — quarterback 
Jim Guice — cook up trouble for a foe in one of 
their strategy meetings. 



Eastern was, indeed, No. 1 in the OVC 



299 






Colonels Flex Muscles Early, 
Reel Off Three Straight 

Hillsdale ventured from Michigan to provide the 
first test for Eastern's defending OVC and NCAA 
Mideast Regional champions. It was the annual 
Shrine Game at Ashland and a full house was on 
hand to see if Coach Roy Kidds' Colonels were 
for real. They were. The Colonels drubbed the 
Chargers 63-0 and Coach "Muddy" Waters — who 
called Eastern the finest college division team he 
had ever seen — admitted that the score could have 
been worse. It was an awesome display. 

East Tennessee was next and the Buccaneers 
were braced for the upset. They had spent four 
weeks preparing for the Colonels, and brought the 
fight to Richmond. But a substitute quarterback, 
an Army veteran and a freshman slammed the 
door on the Bucs. Jerry Pullins kicked an OVC 
record three field goals and Bill March passed ten 
yards to Chuck Walroth on fourth down for a 
touchdown. Pullins' extra point made it 23-20 
with 19 seconds to play. 

Eastern carried its 2-0 record to Austin Peay the 

following week. The Colonels moved into a 21-0 

lead, bogged down, suffered a mental error with 

1 1 seconds left and had to slap down an attempted 

two-point Austin Peay conversion to preserve a 

21-20 victory. 

Caught in his own backfield, an Akron ball carrier braces 
for the oncoming Colonel defense. 




Tangled arms and legs offer an interesting vantage point 
as Eastern's Jimmy Brooks picks up a first down against 
Murray. 





\5 




Don Buehler goes high amid Murray defenders 
for a key reception in the 21-20 win over the 
Racers that sent a Homecoming crowd of 
15,000 away happy. 



300 



Guice unloads against Akron just before the 
lowering of the boom from behind. 





k--- *m>£**m 







H H 



The gnashing of teeth and pounding of flesh against shoulder pads tell what football's 
all about. In this case, it also means a first down for Bob Beck (30) and Eastern 
against Murray. 



301 




Jim Brooks, the nation's top freshman rusher with 1069 yards, gains up the middle 
against Akron. 

Colonels Spurt, Sputter Then Splatter Hilltoppers 



Jim Guice, who had played in only four quarters during 
the first three games due to an injury, finally returned 
to form against Middle Tennessee. It was a nice form, 
too. Guice passed for 320 yards and two touchdowns 
and ran for six more points as Eastern romped 49-20. 

Akron was next. The Zips, hungry for national ex- 
posure, played fired-up football but didn't appear to 
have the necessary manpower in the first half. Then an 
intercepted pitchout by an Akron lineman in the second 
half led to one touchdown. A bad punt minutes later 
paved the way for another Akron score and the Colonels 
couldn't recover. Final score: Akron 31, Eastern 20. 

The loss simply added incentive to incentive. 



The Colonels traveled to Western Kentucky, at that 
time the only unscored-upon team in the country. Guice 
was knocked unconscious early in the game and the Hill- 
toppers grabbed a 7-0 advantage. That touchdown 
cleared Guice's head. He returned to the lineup and 
directed Eastern to the Hilltopper 10 where he found 
Chuck Walroth with a touchdown pass. The Western 
crowd of 20,000 was stunned. So were the 'toppers.' 
Jimmy Brooks, a freshman who was beginning to find 
himself, almost out-rushed the entire Western team and 
the balanced attack proved too much. Mighty Western 
crumbled, 16-7, as several hundred Eastern students 
watched from outside the fences. 



302 





w^-^r^^m'm^m^f^i 





An airborne John Tazel — with the ball 
tucked safely under arm — comes down 
hard with a big pass against Murray. 



Football affords those moments of glory for the hero-worshippers, be it a precision pass 
over the middle, or seven maroon jerseys converging on a Murray runner. 



303 







EKU Pops Racers' Bubble, 

Clips Eagles' Wings 

For Consecutive OVC Halos 

Murray provided the opposition in the Colonels' 
seventh game. The Racers were unbeaten and 
primed for the upset. It never materialized. Eastern 
took a 14-0 lead, allowed Murray to tie it up, 
scored another touchdown and then halted a Racer 
two-point conversion with seconds remaining to 
secure a 21-20 victory. It was hair-raising. 

The Colonels were rolling. Especially since 
Brooks had developed into a devastating runner. 
He gained a school record 187 yards in 37 attempts 
against Tennessee Tech. The final score was 38-14, 
Eastern as the Colonels clinched a share of the 
OVC championship. 

Then came a dirty shame. There was too much 
mud, and slop, and rain at Youngstown. The Pen- 
guins, down by one touchdown in the fourth quar- 
ter, found their footing and buried the Colonels, 
26-12. It was a bitter defeat. 

But once again the Colonels bounced back. 
Guice who surpassed the 5,000-yard mark for his 
career, threw to Don Buehler for two touchdowns, 
Brooks went over the 1,000-yard mark for the 
season and the Colonel defense, led by Jimmy 
Moberly, Teddy Taylor, and Tom Shelter, was 
downright stingy. The opponent was Morehead 
arjd the result was a 35-7 Eastern romp, for the 
Colonels' second straight OVC title. 



Above: on defense — as mighty Western discovers — Eastern is like a 
giant maroon and white vise. Below: On offense — as Middle Tennessee 
finds out — the Colonels can go under, over or around you. 



304 





Bill March holds as Jerry Pullins kicks a hole in the OVC record 
book and the vicious blocking of Bob Beck lowers the proverbial 
boom on one of many defensive players he felled during his four 
years at Eastern. 





Like a proud eagle watching its prey, the Colonel offense (below) 
perches on the sidelines waiting for the defensive unit to halt a 
drive. Meanwhile, the master paces the sidelines, mapping his 
strategy as he communicates with an aide in the pressbox. 




Championship Trail 



1969 COLONEL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 
63.. 



Opponent 

Hillsdale (Mich.) 

23 East Tennessee 20 

21 Austin Peay 20 

49 Middle Tennessee 21 

20 Akron (Ohio) 31 

16 Western Kentucky 7 

21 Murray State 20 

38 Tennessee Tech 14 

12 Youngstown (Ohio) 26 

35 Morehead 7 




The Western stadium, packed with 20,000 Hilltopper 
fans, emitted the "sounds of silence" as the Colonels 
took command. The big noise — prompted by the 
strong right arm of Jim Guice — came from 2,000 
Colonel fans OUTSIDE the stadium. 




306 




This, without question, is what happiness is ... a convincing victory over Western . . . national ratings ... an OVC championship. It's 
called success. 





Left: Jim Guice heads lovingly toward paydirt and Pete Com- 
passi (above) muscles his way past a Middle Tennessee de- 
fender. 



307 



Colonels Shake Off Slump 
For Strong Season Finish 

A close look at Eastern's basketball season reveals one 
very obvious fact: by season's end, there wasn't a bet- 
ter basketball team in the Ohio Valley Conference. The 
Colonels won nine of their last 12 games and seven 
of their last 10 league games. A closer examination 
shows that the starting unit was, in fact, 23 points bet- 
ter in the last half of the season. 

For example, through the first nine games, Bobby 
Washington averaged 17.5 points. In the last 1 3, he 
averaged 24. Toke Coleman is another example. He 
carried a 16-point average after mid-season. And Boyd 
Lynch scored at a 17-point clip after becoming a starter 
in mid-January. So the improvement is obvious. And 
since nine of 11 players return next season, there's 
every reason for optimism. 

The Colonels finished with a 13-9 record and were 
7-7 in the OVC after dropping their first four league 
games. The entire season can be broken down into 
three stages. First came a 4-1 record which included 
victories over Ball State, Canisius, Marshall and Tran- 
sylvania. The loss was a home defeat to Morehead. 



Right: Boyd Lynch (30) and Toke Coleman both are high for a 
possible tip-in, but a teammate's shot has already swished the net in 
the Colonels' win over Marshall 100-95. Beloiv. Willie Woods goes 
high over Ball State's Steve Burlingame for a bucket that helped 
Eastern to a 99-75 opening win. 





308 




1968-69 BASKETBALL COLONELS: FRONT ROW: Toke 
Coleman, Paul Bryant, Bobby Washington, Dan Jordan, Willie 
Woods, Beecher Hale. SECOND ROW: Tom Schrader, Ed Hare, 
Charles Elza, Jerry Godbey, Gary Paul, Clent Arnold, Rod Webb, 



Hal Wallace. THIRD ROW: Bob Pleva, Coach Guy Strong, Tim 
Argabright, Chester Rose, Boyd Lynch, Carl Greenfield, Ron 
Young, Gary Holbrook, Assistant Coach Jack Hissom, Graduate 
Assistant, Chuck Eckler. 





Right: Coach Strong makes a vociferous 
point during a Colonel timeout in the 
home win over Marshall. Above: Gary 
Paul gets the first two of a three-point 
play as Marshall's Bernard Bradshaw 
fouls him. 



309 



Home Losses Smite 
Eastern's OVC Hopes 

Then disaster struck. Dayton, down by one at half- 
time, battled back to defeat Eastern 85-76 on the 
Flyer's home court. But the Colonels returned to the 
friendly confines of Alumni Coliseum for two im- 
portant league games. Both Austin Peay and eventual 
league champion Murray did what they weren't sup- 
posed to do — beat Eastern at Richmond. That left 
the Colonels with an 0-3 OVC record and they hadn't 
even played a road game yet. 

To make matters worse, the next game was at West- 
ern Kentucky. Once again, Eastern had a brief, tell- 
tale lapse and the Hilltoppers pulled out a 73-60 victory. 

That was the turning point. 













s Ssli 


Ik- I 




HT 




«jk »^ ~K M 






[ -^fSi '^Hy???S9 








^^^^i 


mm 4^1 ■ ■ 






: 1|V Ikv 


■ - - m^L' * ^^H«f 





Bobby Washington, getting the step on Marshall's Dan D'Antoni 
(above), and leading the Colonel fast-break against Ball State, is at 
his best picking apart opposing defenses. 



* 


9- 


1. Ik, 
.til T^ft ; — - 


t A § % 




Li^'-f 


fl 


- ™ 

w 


Jfv 


/ * 1 >i 


p§ 


^ J ^^ 


\ i \ * y 


►4 1 



310 





Above: Toke Coleman seems to think the secret to 
rebounding is "holding your mouth right" as he out- 
hustles his Marshall foe. Below: Morehead's leaping 
Lamar Green takes a missed shot off the boards away 
from Eastern's Gary Paul and Carl Greenfield in the 
Eagles' 73-60 win. 



Gary Paul and Marshall's Jim Davidson stage a personal battle for the ball 
under the watchful eyes of teammates and the referee. 




311 



Big "E" Regroups on Road, 
Begins Comeback Battle 

Middle Tennessee was next and the Colonels re- 
grouped. They overcame a 12-point second-half 
deficit and Toke Coleman's last second shot gave 
Eastern a 90-89 overtime victory on the Blue Raid- 
er's home court. The following week Coach Guy 
Strong took his club to East Tennessee. With Bobby 
Washington showing the way, the Colonels left with 
a 70-69 victory. 

Then came triumphs over Tennessee Tech and 
Virginia Tech, a heart-breaking 81-79 loss at Mar- 
shall, and an impressive 92-72 win over powerful 
St. Francis. 





Carl Greenfield (above) muscles in this shot against Austin Peay's 
masked Howard Wright, but the Colonels lost at home. Toke Coleman 
(left) and Bobby Washington (below) provide a guard combination 
that proved too much for Tennessee Tech and Virginia Tech. 




312 








Even a little body contact from a Virginia Tech player 
(left) can't keep Boyd Lynch's deadly jump shot out of 
the air. A highly rated St. 'Francis squad found a strong 
Carl Greenfield (above) too much to contend with under 
the boards. 



313 



Win Over Western 
Kills Topper Hopes 

A loss to Morehead only served as a hypo as the Colonels pre- 
pared for their revenge battle against Western. The Hilltoppers 
were in the thick of the title chase and appeared to be peaking. 
But Washington and Coleman were at their best, especially 
in the overtime period in which they out-scored Western eight 
points to gain a 85-77 victory. Washington's dribbling act at 
the end gave Colonel fans something to yell about. Western 
fans, meanwhile, were ever-so quiet. 

A trip to Murray for a game with the OVC leader was 
next on the agenda. Strong's coaching and Coleman's outside 
shooting gave the Racers their biggest home scare of the season. 
Murray prevailed 80-78, but not before some anxious moments 
at the end. 

The Colonels followed up with impressive wins over Austin 
Peay, Middle Tennessee and East Tennessee. Washington put 
on his greatest performance in his final appearance before the 
home folks, scoring 32 points and 13 assists. Eastern closed 
out with a 92-87 loss at Tennessee Tech despite a tenacious 
second half sparked by Lynch's 33 points. Washington was 
sidelined with an injury and did not play the final game. 




S3 7 ' 

Boyd Lynch and a Hilltopper foe (above) seem to have the dancing 
urge; while Bobby Washington (right) teaches Western another step 
as he flips a shot toward the basket. 










314 




Tim Argabright's strain mirrors the determination the Colonels dis- 
played in their spectacular comeback. 



315 



1968-69 COLONEL BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

99 Ball State 75 

72 ... . Canisius 65 

100 Marshall 95 

60 ... . Morehead 73 

78 ... . Transylvania 49 

76. . . .Dayton 85 

67 ... . Austin Peay 73 

77. . . .Murray 78 

60 Western 73 

90 Middle Tennessee 89 (OT) 

70 ... . East Tennessee 69 

87 ... . Tennessee Tech 71 

73 Virginia Tech 65 

79 Marshall 81 

92. . . .St. Francis 72 

65 ... . Morehead 77 

85.... Western 77 (OT) 

78. . . .Murray 80 

91 ... . Austin Peay 82 

82 ... . East Tennessee 77 

87. . . .Tennessee Tech 92 




Bobby Washington (above) didn't spend much time on the bench this year, 
but he seems pleased with the score in closing minutes of one Colonel game. 
In the waning seconds of another contest (below) Eastern controls the ball 
after outscoring Western by eight in an overtime period. 



316 





1968-69 BABY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Coach Jack His- 
som; Mike Klopfer; George Bryant; Bill Burton; Paul Day; 
Chuck Eckler, graduate assistant. BACK ROW: Ray Hall, man- 



ager; Charles Brunker; Mike Sucher; Daryl Dunagan; Mike 
Rogers; Jim Storm; Tom Mastin, manager. 



Baby Colonels 
Post 12-6 Mark 

Eastern's freshman basketball team served notice to the 
future this season with an impressive 12-6 record against 
the strongest competition available. Coaches Guy Strong 
and Jack Hissom recruited three guards and a forward 
and fashioned them into a well-synchronized unit. 

They parlayed quickness and a keen shooting eye to de- 
feat some outstanding junior college competition as well 
as the top freshman teams in this part of the country. 
The Baby Colonels boast a road victory over Dayton's 
freshman team — something which couldn't be accom- 
plished by either Kentucky or Louisville. 

George Bryant was the leading scorer with a 24.4 av- 
erage per game. Then came Charlie Brunker (15.4"), Billy 
Burton (15.0), Mike Rogers (13-4) and Daryl Dunagan 
(13-3 and 12.5 rebounds). 

Burton, selected most valuable player on an objective 
point system, joined Bryant on the All-OVC freshman 
team. Brunker and Dunagan were second-team choices. 



1968-69 FRESHMAN COLONEL 
BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

E'lstem Opponent 

HI Somerset Junior College 87 

90 Somerset Junior College 92 (OT) 

77 Sue Bennett Junior College 71 

106 Saint Catherine Junior College 83 

66 Transylvania 59 

80 Dayton 74 

64 Sullivan Business College 75 

103 Cumberland 74 

131 South East Christian Junior College .... 81 

79 Jerry's AAU 82 

96 Lee's Junior College 70 

102 Morehead 76 

73 Dayton 78 

72 Transylvania 93 

84 Lindsey Wilson Junior College 73 

100 Morehead 55 

75 Lindsey Wilson Junior College 78 

99 South East Christian Junior College .... 76 



317 



Two Ail-Americans 
Van Colonel Runners 

Two University Division Ail-Americans and the Kentucky 
Federation team championship highlighted Eastern's 1968 
cross-country season. 

Grant Colehour, a finalist in the Olympic team trials 
last summer at Lake Tahoe, California, finished fourth in 
the NCAA meet at Manhattan College, becoming the first 
university division Ail-American in Eastern history. Not far 
behind was Ken Silvious, a sophomore, who finished 14th, 
also earnine Ail-American status. 

o 

It was Colehour's seventh Ail-American certificate. 

Coach Conan Smith's runners swept through the regular 
season undefeated, winning four invitationals, including 
the Atlanta and Craig Air Force Base meets, the Daytona 
Beach Run and the Kentucky Federation Meet. The Colo- 
nels handily disposed of five opponents in dual encounters. 

The distance runners, short of manpower, finished third 
in the Ohio Valley Conference despite the fact that Cole- 
hour and Silvious finished 1-2 to gain individual honors. 

Eastern finished the season with a record of nine vic- 
tories and one loss. 




ttV^tL-jtta^. "-o 



Bunched in the early going, the runners didn't stay packed long 
as Eastern strided to an easy 18-95 win over Cumberland. 




Above: A breathless Cumberland runner offers assistance to a more exhausted, 
but victorious, Colonel thinclad. Right: Ken Silvious and Grant Colehour, 
Eastern's cross-country All-Americans, found themselves running a two-man 
race — with each other — in most of the Colonel meets. 




318 









1968 COLONEL RUNNERS: Floyd Wilson, Maury Searcy, Harold Burke, Ron Bock, 
Gary Steen, Ken Silvious, and Grant Colehour. 



Eastern 



1 968 CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 



Opponent Eastern 



Opponent 



18 



19 
18 



Atlanta Invitational 

Eastern 25 

Georgia- Tech 41 

Atlanta Track Club 71 

Craig Air Force Base Invitational 

Eastern 21 

Pensacola Jr. College .... 37 
Columbus Track Club .... 82 
Birmingham Track Club .100 

Cumberland 95 

Daytona Beach Run 

Eastern 34 

East Carolina 51 

Baptist University 98 

Florida University 102 

Florida State 128 

Morehead 39 

Illinois State 41 



20 Northern Illinois 37 

22 Kentucky State 33 

Kentucky Federation Meet 

Eastern 33 

Kentucky 75 

Kentucky State 90 

Morehead 107 

Bellarmine 153 

OVC Meet 

Murray 54 

Western 63 

Eastern 77 

East Tennessee 78 

Morehead 126 

Tennessee Tech 176 

Middle Tennessee 186 

Austin Peay 196 



319 




1968-69 EASTERN EELS. FRONT ROW: David Bokelman, 
Eddie Shasek, Sandy Wickmen, Rich Anderson, Bob Walker, 
Jim Miller, Bruce Boyer, Dale Gilbert, Bobby Webbler. SEC- 
OND ROW: Pete Reed, Link Dorroh, Mike Niemyer, Ken 



Klein, Tevis Grey, Bob Sanford, Ken Walters, Karl Brubaker, 
Greg Marquis. THIRD ROW: Jay Chanley, Steve Dannecker, 
Lacy Hagood, Ron Holihan, Jim Schwartz, Allen Bokelman, 
John Buckner. 



Eels Splash to Seventh Straight State Championship 



Eastern's "electrifying" Eels splashed to their seventh con- 
secutive Kentucky Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving 
Championship this year as they celebrated their first year 
of competition in the NCAA's University Division. 

The Eels swam to a 9-1 dual meet record, the only 
loss coming to Southeastern Conference power Alabama 
(67-46) in the Tide's pool. Competing in two invitational 
meets — the Illinois Invitational and the Indiana Invita- 
tional — the Eels brought home two third-place trophies. 
They finished behind the same two teams, Southern Illi- 
nois and Indiana State, in both meets. 

The seventh straight state title was managed handily 



by the Eels, who claimed 10 of the 16 first places. Eastern 
out-distanced its nearest rival, the University of Kentucky, 
619 to 469, breaking four KISC records in the process. 

Ron Holihan, who bettered the existing record for 
the 200 butterfly in every pool this year, was the leading 
point-getter with 52 in the state meet. He was Eastern's 
only qualifier for the University Division championships. 

The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Rich Anderson, 
Jim Schwarz, Pete Reed, and Karl Brubaker went unde- 
feated during the season, recording the nation's 28th 
best time. 



320 




Jim Schwarz, sporting a "low drag" Mohawk hairstyle, stretches 
out over the water as he starts his leg of a freestyle relay race. 



321 




Eastern's undefeated 400-yard freestyle re- 
lay team members — Jim Schwarz, in the 
water, Pete Reed, in the air, Karl Bru- 
baker, standing left, and Rich Anderson, 
sacrificed their hair for times, as they re- 
corded a 3:16.1 record time this season. 




HOME 
OF 
EASTERN'S ELECTRIFYING EELS 

KY COLLEGIATE SWIM CHAMPS 

'59 63 64 '65 '66 '67 98 



One of the prices you pay for winning is an out-of-date sign. This Donald Combs Nata- 
torium wall needs a '69 in recognition of the Eels' seventh straight title to be straight. 



322 




1969 Colonel Swimming 

SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

75 . . .Union College 36 

65 . . . Kenyon College 39 

74 . . . Wittenberg 30 

73 . . . Louisville 40 

61 . . . Eastern Michigan 52 

71 . . .Ball State 42 

46 ... A labama 67 

81... Sewanee 31 

68 . . . Morehead 45 

88 . . . University of Kentucky 25 



Successful Eastern swim coach, Don Combs (above) goes over 
times with his undefeated "Bald Eel" relay team. Ron Hnlihan 
(below), Eastern's sole University Division qualifier, broke 
the existing record for the 200-yard butterfly in every pool the 
Eels competed in this year. 




323 










THE '68 BASEBALL COLONELS. FIRST ROW: Coach Charles Jimmy Cain, Arnold Nyulassy, Bill Zivick, Larry Robertson, Lewis 

(Turkey) Hughes, Jack Emsuer, Tom Elble, Carl Shay, Don Escobar, Martin Milburn, Mike Simpson, David Cupp, Ken 

McCullough, Bill Goebel and Gerry Gill. BACK ROW: Cecil Woodruff, Paul Scheidel and Rick Houseman. 
Christie, Frank Borgia, Ron Andrews, Gary Klenk, Lee Hunker, 




Jimmy Cain, who was among the leaders in the nation in home runs 
and runs batted in, displays one of the necessary tools for successful 
baseball: concentration. 




Eastern's baseball team drew large crowds for its home games. Some even found the view better from beneath the bleachers. 




Craig Milburn prepares to release his pitch while third 
baseman Cain braces on defense. 



Cain, Borgia, Escobar Spark 



Hard-Luck Baseball Team 



Tell-tale injuries and a belligerent weatherman prevailed 
as the baseball team registered a 12-8 record for the sea- 
son. For most teams, that constitutes a respectable record. 
For Eastern it was disastrous. 

After an opening loss to Wittenburg, Transylvania be- 
came the first of four straight victims which allowed the 
Colonels to push across double-figure scoring. Included 
was the University of Kentucky, which fell 14-3 as Jim- 
my Cain, Frank Borgia, and Louie Escobar provided the 
punch. A 4-3 loss to North Carolina offered the only 
blemish since the season opener. But injuries to an already 
weak pitching corps began to take its toll. Eastern won 
four of its next five games and then the roof fell in. 

Morehead squeaked out a 1-0 victory in a crucial OVC 
contest. It was a heartbreaker for pitcher Frank Andrews 
and set the theme for the remainder of the season. Eastern 
lost five of its last eight games and reached a low point 
when Lincoln Memorial University pounded out a 19-7 
triumph. Coach "Turkey" Hughes elected to use his young- 
er pitchers against LMU, saving his veterans for a league 
game with East Tennessee the next day. And the next 
day, the rains came. The strategy had backfired. 



325 







Gleaming cleats tell a shortstop to "jump, baby, 
jump." Rick Houseman said just that as he broke up 
a Tennessee Tech double play. 



National Pastime 



Has Many Faces 



Baseball, like all athletic events, is a game of 
emotions. And Eastern ran the gamut during its 
see-saw season. Success was not in abundance, 
although the Colonels did win more than 60 
per cent of their games. Frank Borgia and Jim- 
my Cain provided a few of the bright spots. 
Borgia's .474 batting average ranked fifth in 
the entire country according to the National 
Collegiate Sports Service. Cain, meanwhile, was 
among the national leaders in extra-base hits. 
He was sixth in home runs with six and fin- 
ished third in the runs-batted-in category with 
a total of 25. 

Narrow defeats took their toll on a shallow, 
injury plagued pitching staff. Although a 
strong batting contingent absorbed the weak- 
nesses and kept the Colonels in gear, the weath- 
erman had the final word. He said, very simply, 
that the Colonels were not a title contender. It 
was a puzzling, disappointing way to become 
spectators for the title game. 




Baseball has many faces. With victory comes jubilation while sadness 
accompanies defeat. For pitcher Ron Andrews, the consoling hands of a 
friend eases the pain. 



326 






Above: Larry Robertson unleashes a curve with a fierce flip of the 
wrist and a look of determination. Left: Baseball's two extremes also 
are mirrored at the plate. Jimmy Cain's face shows the confidence 
which comes with a home run (above) and the astonishment of a 
called third strike is evident for Ron Houseman. 



1968 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

3 . . . Wittenburg 7 

12 . . .Transylvania 3 

14 . . . University of Kentucky 4 

16. . .Malone College 4 

11... Centre 2 

3 . . . North Carolina 4 

4-2 . . . Georgia Southern 2-8 

4 . . . Erskine College 3 

15... Maryville College 3 

6 . . . Tennessee Tech 5 

. . . Morehead 1 

7 . . . Lincoln Memorial 19 

3-8 .. . Morehead 12-6 

4 . . . Xavier 6 

3-12. . .East Tennessee 1-10 

2 . . . Morehead 3 



327 



Track Team Finishes 



Third in OVC 



It would be a gross understatement to call Grant 
Colehour the highlight of the track season. He 
was, perhaps, the highlight of the athletic sea- 
son. Colehour won the NCAA college division 
in the 10,000 meters and the 5,000 meters. He 
progressed to a berth on the Olympic tryout 
team at South Lake Tahoe, California and made 
an impressive showing despite missing a spot on 
the honor team in Mexico City. Colehour now 
has earned All-American status six times. Their 
greatest strength showed in the distance events 
and relays. Coach Connie Smith — preferring 
exposure in the prestigious relay meets — dis- 
played the team only once for the home crowd 
and Eastern came out on top in a triangular 
meet with Kentucky State and Morehead. 








Top: Ron Bock displays the form that carried him to a second-place finish in the 
400-yard intermediate hurdles at the Ohio Valley Conference track Meet. Above: 
Exhaustion takes its toll after a grueling distance run by Doug Cordier. 




328 












Le//.' Grant Colehour finds himself in a familiar spot — leading the pack — during 
the mile run in the Ohio Valley Conference meet. Colehour won his third straight OVC 
title although teammate Jim Banks matched him stride-for-stride most of the way. Top 
Left: Track Coach Connie Smith records another Eastern victory. Above: Cordier serves 
as a human crutch for distance runner Banks after the rugged mile race. 



329 






Best-Ever Record Spices Golf Season 







THE '68 GOLF COLONELS: Coach Glenn Presnell, 
Bob Bower, Jack Good, John Newton, Paul Schultz, Ron 
Roby, Jimmy Martin, Jimmy Saunders, and Jim Gregg. 

Coach Glenn Presnell smoothed out the rough 
edges of Eastern's golf team and produced the 
finest record in the school's history. Eastern 
mastered 15 of its 18 opponents, fashioning an 
impressive aggregate score that could match any 
of the finest teams in the country. Counted 
among its victims were Kentucky, Cincinnati, 
and Dayton. 

Led by Jack Good, Ron Roby, and Paul 
Schultz, the Colonels golfers found great suc- 
cess in match competition but lost two of three 
in medal play. The Colonels had trouble adjust- 
ing to course conditions in the Ohio Valley . 
Conference meet but recovered well in the sec- 
ond day of competition to finish third in team 
standings. 

Dayton edged Eastern in the first meeting be- 
tween the two schools but the Colonels found 
their home course more to their liking in the 
return match and drubbed the Ohio school 17-1. 
Cincinnati also split with the Colonels and 
Louisvile was the only team to defeat Eastern in 
a dual meet. In the Marshall Invitational, the 
Colonels finished fourth in an impressive eight- 
team field. 

Jack Good watches this four-footer drop for a birdie. 








330 





- 



GOLF SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

12 Centre College 6 

l4l/ 2 - ■ .University of Kentucky 9 l /z 

19I/2 • ■ .Northwood Institute 4l/ 2 

15 Transylvania 9 

387 University of Kentucky 385 

I8I/2 . . .Xavier University 5 V2 

381 University of Dayton 409 

23 Bowling Green 1 

7I/2 ■ • -University of Cincinnati IOV2 

17 Xavier University 2 

11 University of Cincinnati 7 

393 University of Louisville 402 

22I/2 . . .Northwood Institute U/- 

Third Place Ohio Valley Conference 
Fourth Place Marshall Invitational 





ii 1 -i 




Above: Jimmy Saunders uses his pitching wedge to perfection as he sal- 
vages a par on No. 9 at Madison Country Club, the Colonels' home course. 
Left: Head down, following through, John Newton displays good form 
from the pesky sand trap. 



4» 



331 




Snyder and Riggins 
Provide 1-2 Punch 



"Sparky" Snyder and Lindy Riggins provided 
the 1-2 punch as the Colonel tennis team de- 
feated all but two of its opponents during reg- 
ular season play and finished third in the Ohio 
Valley Conference tournament. Tennessee, one 
of the strongest teams in the south, turned back 
Coach Jack Adams' netters 3-6 while Western 
avenged an earlier 7-2 loss to Eastern with a 
1-5 victory. 

Snyder, the No. 1 singles player, tackled the 
opponents' top men each time. His strong serv- 
ice and deceptive quickness was one of the 
prime ingredients in Eastern's success. Riggins, 
who pushed Snyder all season for the No. 1 
job, proved equally effective in singles play. 

Counted among the Colonels' victims were 
Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Indiana State, and 
Ohio University. 




Right: The net frames Tom Davis as he returns a soft lob during a 
home match. Above: Lindy Riggins had to fade deep to retreat a 
high lob by his opponent. His well-placed backhand put him back 
on the offensive. 



i 



i 



/ 



332 




1968 TENNIS COLONELS: Greg Stephenson, Mike Barnes, Mel 
Martin, Pat Guerin, Tom Davis, Fred Grant and Danny Susong. 
Not Pictured: Allen Steffey, "Sparky" Snyder, Lindy Riggins and 
Coach Jack Adams. 



■ ■ "■■ mm 




Mi* 

*«4 








TENNIS SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 



Opponent 

.Ohio University 4 

. Centre College 

. Western Kentucky 2 

.Tennessee 6 

. Indiana State 1 

. East Tennessee 1 

. Virginia Tech 4 

.Morehead 2 

.Western Kentucky 5 

.Murray 1 

. Morehead 



Mike Barnes begins his follow-through after returning a 
hard service by teammate Tom Davis during a practice 
session. 



333 




The 1968-69 COLONEL GRAPPLERS. FRONT ROW: Butch 
Mitchell, Frank Campo, Bobby Humphries, John Mautner, Bruce 
Drummond. SECOND ROW: Ron Jackson, Dennis McCIish, 

Desire, Pride Spell Success 
for Eastern's Matmen 

Desire and pride exemplified the 1968-69 
wrestling team. Each individual had to carry 
an unusually heavy load through a long hard 
season. One of the key factors adding to the 
challenge was Coach John Pavlisko's task of 
developing an intercollegiate program after 
a four-year layoff. 

Eastern compiled a 7-4 record against op- 
ponents which had established wrestling 
teams. The matmen pulled more than their 
load in every match, as they had to come 
from behind each match due to injuries and 
lack of personnel. The will to win was shown 
especially in the Centre match, in which East- 
ern had to forfeit 20 points and still came 
back to win 31-20. Co-captain Joe Howard 
was lost in the match due to an elbow injury. 

Ron House was voted the most valuable 
wrestler of the team. Senior Roger Remer 
was named most improved wrestler. The 
100% team award was earned by John Maut- 
ner. 



Roger Remer, Harry Gibbs, Earl Jones, Joe Howard co-captain, 
Bill Dempsey, Ron House, co-captain, Coach John Pavlisko. 



Ron Jackson gets a two-point takedown against his foe in the Colonels' win 
over Centre. 




334 




John Mautner (above), who received the team's 100 per cent 
award, plans his strategy in the opening minutes with his op- 
ponent. 



Coach John Pavlisko (below) makes a megaphone with his cupped 
hands as he shouts encouragement to his team. 





335 




1968-69 COLONEL RIFLE TEAM. FRONT ROW: Dan Dillman, David Carpenter, Mike Roberts, Vern Sowden, Benny Brewer. 
BACK ROW: Tony Gruelle, Damon Abell, William Rogers, Dennis McKenzie. 



Riflemen Take Split in Six Dual Meets 

Eastern's senior-laden rifle team managed a .500 season over a schedule 
of six dual meets, and finished fourth in a 13-team field in the Cincin- 
nati Consectional Meet, missing third by one point. 

The marksmen, led by senior Dan Dillman's 264 season average, 
won their opener over Middle Tennessee, and also scored wins against 
Western and Dayton. Losses were at the hands of Cincinnati, Xavier, 
and Murray. 

Facing next year's rifle team will be the challenge of building a squad 
around only two returning lettermen. 



336 




INTRAMURALS 



337 



Intramurals Fulfill 
Competitive Needs 

Eastern's intramural program, under the direction of 
Dr. Barney Groves, has grown to become an integral 
part of the athletic program. For those who do not 
compete on varsity teams, intramurals has provided a 
recreational, athletic outlet. 

A system featuring two divisions of competition — 
fraternity and independent — was a key factor in the 
increased interest in intramurals. This year more than 
2,700 men participated. At the end of each team sport, 
the fraternity league and independent league champions 
met for the campus-wide title. 

Intramural sports center around football and basket- 
ball in the fall semester and volleyball and Softball 
in the spring. However, there is an extensive offering 
of other team and individual sports. Competition was 
also held this year in archery, billiards, cross-country, 
decathlon, handball, hole-in-one golf, swimming, table 
tennis, tennis, track, tug-o-war, weight-lifting and wres- 
tling. 




•<*"v 



Football (above) kicks off intramural activity in the fall, while fleet 
feet and crisp blocking (below) display their value in a spirited 
flag football contest. 



338 







HSr 



\ 



•»»»J» 4 




_t_,i,-.S, 



This flag football chase results in a tooth- 
rattling confrontation with Mother Earth for 
an intramural ball-carrier. 



Line-of-scrimmage formations are limited only by the imagination as these intramural 
gridders display. 



339 





Determination under the boards (above) is an important factor 
in intramural, as well as varsity, basketball. 



A little one-on-one backcourt play (below) is a prelude to a driv- 
ing layup attempt in this intramural contest. 




340 



_. 




Women's Intramurals Aim 
for More Involvement 

The women's athletic program, directed by Mrs. 
Mildred Maupin, strove for increased participa- 
tion this year by selecting a wide variety of ac- 
tivities. 

The scope of the activities were planned so 
that students of all skill levels could compete. 
An intercollegiate program in field hockey and 
basketball were offered to meet the needs of 
the exceptionally talented coeds. 

Competitive units were formed by sororities, 
dormitories and other independent groups for 
participation in soccer, basketball, tennis and 
swimming on the intramural level. 



Basketball is a woman's game, too, and when Eastern's coeds take to the 
floor the results range from hard-played, well-executed action like that 
above to the graceful and comical, displayed on the next two pages. 



341 



342 




i 






343 




Girls are proud of their femininity and 
gentleness, but as this series of photo- 
graphs of women's field hockey displays, 
they don't waste it on each other. 




344 





Members of Eastern's acrobatics squad display strength and grace in a variety of activities. 
Precision is required in each of the phases of acrobatics demonstrated here, with mood 
depicted by facial expression — intense concentration (above); concern (above, rig 
and a little amusement over the whole thing (below). 





345 



wm'^^~ vl§i 




ORGANIZATIONS 








mi 



SOm3fctf;'J W?Wl ^3? 



'/&'.*yfc>^& 






STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Pat Newell, treasurer; 
Steve Wilborn, president; Neill Day, vice president; Toni Eastham, 
secretary. 



Student Association Takes on More Active Role 



The Student Association attempted to take on a more ag- 
gressive role this year by sponsoring legislation, through 
the Student Council, its representative body, that would 
dramatically affect the student life at Eastern. 

The Council, chaired by Steve Wilborn, president of 
the Student Association, passed a resolution proposing a 
pass-fail system to be established on a three-year trial 
basis. As a result of the insistance of the Council, a more 
efficient method of processing student organizations ac- 
counts was effected. 

The Experiment in International Living, a cultural ex- 
change program sponsored by the Council and the Uni- 
versity, enables an Eastern student to spend two summer 
months in a foreign country. Selected this year to visit 
in England was Miss Cindi Dorman, a sophomore from 
Covington. 

In an attempt to up-date the organization and improve 



the efficiency of the Council, a constitutional revision com- 
mittee was named to thoroughly study the constitution and 
recommend revisions. 

Other activities attempted by the Council included a stu- 
dent discount system and a free speech union. Nearly 
1,800 students purchased discount cards from the six Rich- 
mond merchants who participated. 

The free speech union proposed to lay the path for con- 
troversial and informative speakers to be brought to the 
campus. The first speaker heard was a young Negro stu- 
dent whose speech was entitled, "The Negro and the 
Status Quo." 

The Council also helped plan many of the activities for 
Freshman Orientation Week, sponsoring the Josh White 
Concert and assisting with other functions in an effort to 
make freshmen feel welcome at Eastern. 



348 




SERVICE 



349 



Service Involves a 
Multitude of Activities 

With all the organizations on campus students 
seldom realize the important role Eastern's service 
clubs play. These non-profit organizations' only 
reward is the feeling of self-satisfaction and 
pride they get from helping others. Along with 
activities on campus such as serving at banquets, 
helping out during band day, and boosting school 
spirit they also serve the community of Richmond 
by making Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets 
for the needy and working at Telford Center with 
underprivileged children. Every organization has a 
purpose and these clubs fulfill theirs with en- 
thusiasm and hard work. 








Top: Amidst sawdust and confusion Circle K's 
refreshment stand was a welcome oasis for 
thirsty float builders. Middle: Practice and con- 
centration go into the unique precision drill 
of Eastern's Little Colonels. Bottom: The tra- 
ditional Hanging of the Greens brings the 
spirit and joy of Christmas to the Campus. 




350 




Left: By selling programs for home sports events, Varsity "E" 
serves the University. Bottom: Besides a money raising proj- 
ect, Kappa Delta Tau pledges learn gas tanks aren't always 
in the rear. 




351 





7 /7>a ]Y . 



i\\Sf\f^ 



j jy 



i 




** 



Right: Enthusiasm and spirit of the 
Cheerleaders send our football team 
off to victory. Below: Sending Christ- 
mas cards to soldiers in Viet Nam was 
one of the projects of Alpha Sigma 
Upsilon. Bottom Right: Preparing the 
tactics for their next play, "Moose" 
Mannen gives advice to her teammates 
in the "Powder Puff" game. 




U A 






352 




Circle K Club 

Drives for Thanksgiving canned food, Toys for 
Tots and collection of boots for the needy 
children of Richmond were among the many 
service projects of Circle K Club. As a safety 
campaign Circle K distributed safe driving leaf- 
lets for Christmas and Spring breaks and also 
painted crosswalks on campus. During registra- 
tion week the boys carried books purchased by 
the coeds from the Campus Bookstore. During 
the week of homecoming float building Circle 
K was in charge of Hi $ Warehouse. The mem- 
bers also attended workshops throughout the 
year to help promote citi2enship and leadership 
among themselves. 



The meaning of Christmas is expressed as Circle K help the needy. 




BOTTOM ROW: George Wyatt, president; Dud- 
ley Goodlet, vice president; Joe Baue. SECOND 
ROW: Carl Rodgers; Gary Abney; Howard Hos- 
kins; Jim Murphy, treasurer; Danny O'Neal, secre- 
tary. THIRD ROW: Roger Meade, sponsor; Doug 



Holiday; Fred Barnett; Doug Hensley; John King. 
FOURTH ROW: Larry Morgan, vice president; 
Arnold Slusher; Sparky Bechler; Doug Carlisle; Ron 
Combs; Tom Cordez; James Ledford. 



353 



Kappa Delta Tau 




BOTTOM ROW: Sue Lovell; Marva Perry, vice president; Caro- 
lyn Hill, secretary; Doris Moore, treasurer; Karen Brackney, 
president. SECOND ROW: Linda Roddy; Becky Wuhhland; 
Mary Jane Weber; Brenda Ragland; Karen Augspurger; Kitty 
Jordan; Gloria McCauley; Dale Berg; Linda Scott; Nancy 



Ehrenber; Sandra Wells. THIRD ROW: Pat Douglas; Kathy 
Simon; Nancy Barnes; Phyllis Hollan; Nancy Brucchieri; Peggy 
Mannen; Leslie Davidson; Michele Young; Laverene Jett; Jan 
Holland; Rita Lawrence; Ruth Keiffir; Kay Paff. 



It's football time again, and Kappa Delta Tau 
Service Sorority opened the season at Eastern 
with the annual Powder Puff Football game 
during Orientation week. This year's game was 
played against Kappa Phi Delta and although 
Kappa Delta Tau lost, fun abounded and the 
new school year was officially underway. For 
the first time, this year the Kappa Delta Tau 
pledges were organized into their own pledge 
class with officers and a variety of activities 
to keep them busy. As in the past, serving at 
banquets has been a major club project as well 
as serving as guides during Band Day. A new 
goal this year has to bring school spirit to its 
highest peak. 

During the Thanksgiving season, both ac- 
tives and pledges gave a basket to some deserv- 
ing families and before the holidays, they 
pumped gas for a money-raising project. Carol- 
ing for the Old Folk's Home and a party for 
children living in Brockton, brought Christmas 
closer to these girls. The traditional tapping 
ceremony and breakfast was held for the 
pledges, and the formal initiation was held at 
the Spring Banquet. 



Pledges and banner spurred school spirit as the Colonels left for Western. 



354 








Dan Crum, president; Ken Patterson, vice president; Candy Johnson, secre- 
tary; Harry Blue, treasurer. 



Young Republicans 

Eastern's Young Republicans Club has the honor 
of being the largest on campus, in the state, 
and also third largest in the nation. Their aim 
is to stimulate interest and participation in gov- 
ernment and the Republican Party. They up- 
held this aim in this year's elections by passing 
out materials, babysitting for people while they 
voted, and providing transportation to the polls 
for those who had no other way. With elections 
over, they traveled to Louisville for the college 
Young Republicans Convention and ended the 
year with a banquet. 



A PROVEN LEADER 




Marlow Cook takes time from his campaign to address Eastern Young Republicans. 



355 



Young Democrats 

The Young Democrats Club started this year 
in full swing as they plunged tirelessly into 
helping with the elections. The aims of this 
organization are to involve students in politics 
and make them more aware of the existing 
problems of today's government. They support 
this aim by such projects as sponsoring speakers 
on campus and having panel discussions on 
important political issues. 




Greeting Lynn Brothers and other officers of Eastern's Young Democrats in 
Frankfort is Lt. Governor Wendell Ford. 







BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Brothers, president; Nancy Stigers, treas- 
urer; Hal Smith, vice president. SECOND ROW: Sandra Dim- 
mitt; Lynda Ward; Kathryn Conrad; Jane Bauer; Freida Hutchins; 
Sharon McGee. THIRD ROW: Bill Parker; Sharon Williams; 
Linda Cox; Victoria Brown; Ginny Marsh. FOURTH ROW: 



Gerald Hutchins; Beverly Persley; Laureen Kovreg; Michele Den- 
ham; Karen Madras; Donna Anderson. FIFTH ROW: Darrell 
House; Joe Tussey; Bill Frazier; Mike Brammell; Howard Fallis; 
Roy Gash; David Snell. 



356 






YWCA 




BOTTOM ROW: Nikki Ramsey, president; Linda Nichols, vice 
president; Barbara Goggin, treasurer; Kathleen Rader. SECOND 
ROW: Margaret Whitehead; Jeanne Switzer; Janet Orth; Patsy 
York; Mary Black; Jackie Reifsnyder; Delsie Thompson; Jan 
Madison; Diana Cornett; Joyce Brown; Linda Bentley; Lois Ram- 



sey; Belinda Estepp. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Carroll, SPONSOR; 
Sandra Settles; Linda Ball; Ginny Sliva; Ellen Stevenson; Linda 
Osborne; Susie Ellis; Clarice Burton; Gerry Phillips; Christine 
Green; Tobie Horn; Glenda Harris; Carole Cracraft; Rebecca 
Reinheimer. FOURTH ROW: Mary Johnson; Francine Maxwell. 




The Young Women's Christian Association, a 
service club, was one of the first organizations 
formed on Eastern's campus. The main service 
projects of YWCA consist of doing things for 
the children at Telford Center. The girls gave 
Halloween and Valentine parties for the chil- 
dren and sponsored tutorial programs. The tu- 
torial programs consisted mainly of sewing and 
cooking projects for the girls who came to the 
center. 

During the Christmas season, the YWCA was 
responsible for the Hanging of the Greens Cere- 
mony officially opening the holiday season on 
campus. 

The Easter Sunrise Service was another im- 
portant project undertaken by these girls for the 
spiritual benefit of interested students. Finally, 
the girls raised money for a donation to the 
Patty A. Clay Hospital building fund. 



Children receive a warm smile of welcome from Mrs. 
Mary Carroll at YWCA's Valentine Party for the 
children of Telford center. 



357 



KYMA Club 

KYMA, Eastern's pep club, has been in existence 
since 1939- During these years, this organization 
has tried to booster the spirit and enthusiasm 
of Eastern students in every facet of college life. 

KYMA club sponsors the sale of beanies dur- 
ing Freshman Orientation Week. A new activity 
this year for the organization was the Spirit Con- 
test. A spirit stick was given to the most enthu- 
siastic group at pep rallies, and the group winning 
the stick the greatest number of times received 
a trophy. The Sadie Hawkins dance is an annual 
club activity as well as the Snow Ball dance held 
during the spring semester. 

The Eastern Cheerleaders and the Little Colonels 
are under the sponsorship of KYMA. This past 
summer the cheerleaders traveled to Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi to participate in the National Col- 
legiate Workshop. They were honored with seven 
second place ribbons in competition against other 
cheerleading squads throughout the United States. 
The thirty-two Little Colonels marched in the 
Homecoming Parade and for several basketball 
games. These girls have new uniforms this year 
bought by KYMA and rented to the girls. 




Pompons and girls create an interesting half-time show. 




BOTTOM ROW: William Smith; Karl Frey, treasurer; Linda 
Nunn; Bill Maggard; Linda Carman, secretary; Tim Bay- 
sore, president. SECOND ROW: Dale Berg; Sue Anne Speed; 
Donna Cryer; Connie Haney; Mary Ilacqua; Linda Lawson; 
Carolyn Engel; Shireen Baysore; Kristen Burger; James Shrout. 
THIRD ROW: Brenda Butler; Sherri Pean; Linda Stone; Mary 



Edwards; Sherri Craddock; Sandy Wilde; Judy Hanson; Paula 
Weaver; Julia Williams; Gail Van Ness; Sarah Lynn Young; 
Debbie Dawkins. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Wheeler; Sandy 
Smith; Sharon McGohon; Debbie Noland; Jovita Dick; Peggy 
Mannen; Gwen Reed; Linda Van Oss; Ricky Philpot; Diane 
Fischer. 



358 



Cheerleaders Spark Teams 




MM 

xffWV 



to v Jxfxfk 













¥ 



.P 

toft' 

.*♦* 

. xtof 



1 




CHEERLEADERS: Leslie Funk, Rita Lawrence, 
Gwen Reed, Ted Marshal, Sarah Vice- Jerry Feder- 



son, Tom Musgrave, Christy Coates, Jovita Dick, 
Peggy Mannen. 



Little Colonels 



1 


i 




■ .-§< |V 


J &> <'&r U-.U*s>f \:$V$ 1 




< 




If 


V 

Ij 






— ■ 



BOTTOM ROW: Merry Hoffman; Ricky Philpot; Haney; Linda Nunn; Dale Berg; Debbie Daw- 
Diane Fischer, Cadet Captain; Sherri Pean; Sue kins; Peggy Bryan; JoAnn Lorenz; Peggy Mathes. 
Maeder. SECOND ROW: Nancy Butters; Paulette FOURTH ROW: Jan Herndon; Gayle Schloss; 
Click; Donna Cryer; Linda Stone; Julia Williams; Janie Compton; Judy Rowe; Linda Van Oss; Sue 
Brenda Butler; Gail Van Ness; Sarah Young; Sally Speed; Bonnie Wheeler; Linda Murphy; Micki 
Wefler. THIRD ROW: Ann Clevinger; Connie McCrary. 



359 



Alpha Sigma Upsilon 




BOTTOM ROW: James Logsdon, president; Frank 
Cramer; Estil Daniels; Larry Genton, secretary; 
Glenn Roberts, treasurer; Gene H. Mosley, vice 
president; Bruce Stewart. SECOND ROW: Harold 
Goode; Charles Poynter; Ben Taylor; David Wil- 



liams; John Clark. THIRD ROW: Manuel Spencer; 
Clinton Jett; Robert Gieszl; Jerry Davis; Robert 
Mills; Bob Thompson; Ulys Smith. FOURTH 
ROW: Theodore Bruning, advisor. 



Varsity "E" Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Ken Silvious; Joe Voets; Tom Swartz, vice 
president; Ronnie Andrews; Tim Speaks, treasurer; Paul Schultz; 
Greg Marquis; Jack Emsuer; Jim Moberly; Lindy Riggins; Peter 
Reed; Walt Murphy; Frank Borgia; John Sims; Skip Daugherty, 
president; Don Moore; Lory Hagood; James Mills; Lowell Flan- 



ary, vice president; Robert Washington; Ronald Bock; Ron 
Reed; John Buckner; Jay Chanley; Phil Knauer; Boyd Lynch; 
Jerry Godhey; Ron House; Butch Evans; Bob Webb; Donald 
Buehler; Mike Jackson. 



360 




RELIGION 



361 



Religion Combines 
Ceremony and Leisure 

Of all the aspects of campus life, religion can- 
not be neglected. Although the religious organi- 
zations on campus are sometimes pushed into 
the background by studies, classes and other ac- 
tivities, they do serve a vital role in college life. 
These organizations are sponsored by different 
Faiths and, through them, students can develop 
their spiritual being and participate in church 
life. 

Right: Candle, robe, girl and carols all symbolize a 
part of Christmas. Below: At the Alley Way, one 
finds an escape from the worries of the day. 





362 





Above: The campus centers provide places where 
students can seek solutions to their problems through 
prayer. Left: Many students frequent the Methodist 
Center to meet new friends and sometimes engage 
in a friendly card game. 



363 



Baptist Student Union 




BOTTOM ROW: Diana Moore; Elizabeth Ambrose; Linda 
Fleming; Linda Perry; Vicki Mullins; Sherrill Burton; Gail 
Holder; Verna Hensley; Diane Hill; Margie Halcomb. SECOND 
ROW: Bobbi Randall; Brenda Gaffney; Susan Small; Mary Jo 
Thornton; Pam Roberts; Susan Wilson; Judy Wilson; Shirley 
Smith; Kathy Kearns; Shirley Cobb; Susan Taylor; Carolyn Bog- 
gess. THIRD ROW: Louise Lyons; Kathy Quire; Connie Huff- 
man; Judy Angel; Laverne Pippin; Naomi Gibson; Genny Jack- 



son; Cathy Lesshafft; Linda Hendren; Fayrene Keith; Jeanne 
Cooper; Sharon Curtis; Tayla Corder. FOURTH ROW: Tom 
Blanton; Harry Blue; Lyndon Weakley; J. Rollins; Allen Baker; 
David Vickers; Sylvia Hoskins; Carolyn Litteral; Dwight Lyons; 
Sharon Burke; Jerry Burke; Hershall Williams; Anoy Crawford. 
FIFTH ROW: Raymond Pinson; Gary Franklin; George Wilson; 
Lloyd Blevins; David Reasor; Floyd Blevins; Larry Underwood; 
Robert Jones; Larry Hopkins. 






The BSU provided a wide variety of activities to 
interest the students on campus. 

Vesper services were held through the week 
and included speakers, films, panel discussions, 
and Bible studies. The BSU choir went on tour 
twice during the year and took several local 
trips to raise money for summer mission proj- 
ects. 

The Young Woman's Auxiliary and the 
young Bachelor's Association met weekly for 
dinner and programs, and members of BSU 
attended statewide meetings such as the State 
BSU Convention and the Spring Leadership 
Training Conference. 

Service projects of Baptist students included 
tutoring aid summer missions. Two students 
have been appointed to serve as Baptist Student 
Union summer missionaries while many others 
have applied to serve as summer missionaries 
under the Home Mission Board. 




The B.S.U.'s coffee house, "The Ark," provides 
pressures of classes and homework. 



pleasant escape from the 



364 



Newman Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn Engel; Casey Wilms, treasurer. SEC- 
OND ROW: Diane Haslinger; Dorothy Bulcher; Stephanie 
Sckloemer; Karen Moore; Ruth Uhrig; Peggy Wires; Terry Town- 
send; Donna Sergeant; Sandy Weber; Lynne Schmidt; Sue Sha- 



rum, secretary. THIRD ROW: Rev. McGuire, chaplain; Thomas 
Brecht; Leonard Schockling; Jerry Back; John Blum; Jim Conrad, 
vice president; William Hall; Jack Kane; Brent Laswell; Richar 
Lisi; Frederick Dejaco; Kenneth Keebler. 



The Newman Club combined a program of both 
service and fellowship to enrich the lives of the 
Catholic students on campus. The club spon- 
sored the annual Mardi Gras dance in February 
and in March members went on retreat to Mary- 
dale Retreat House in Cincinnati. 

The group took trips to Appalachia to do 
voluntary missionary work with Father Ralph 
Briting in Mount Vernon. Several of the New- 
man members worked for the Richmond Federal 
Credit Union in the east end and volunteered 
with various community action projects in the 
city. 




Church services serve to draw people out of their own world and bring 
them closer together as they worship God. 



365 



Westminster 




BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Brucchieri; John Lodge; Joe Porter; 
Connie Davis; Kathy Matchett; Sharon McBride; Sandy Schum- 
mer; Eileen Nugent; Nancy McConnell; Shawna Cartwright; 
Nancy Ashford; Donna Cailey. SECOND ROW: Mark Adams; 



Gary Shrout; Laura Lee Roser; George Pierce; Rick Girth; Wayne 
Patterson; Betsy Shrader; George Wyatt; Bob Brasington; Marty 
Searcy; Mark Upton. 



Westminster Fellowship went on weekend le- 
treats twice during the year at the church camp 
in nearby Irvine. Other activities were the annual 
Thanksgiving Banquet for foreign students on 
campus, visiting at the county old folks' home, 
Christmas caroling, cooking dinner on Wednes- 
day nights, and a supper program of study and 
fellowship on Sunday evening. 

For the second year, the group assisted the 
pastor in work with a smaller Presbyterian 
church in the city, developing the leadership 
capacities of the members and working with 
the Sunday School and youth groups. WF works 
closely with the Interfaith Council together with 
the other religious groups in bringing movies to 
campus, tutoring, participation in a live nativity 
scene, and the planning of the Freshman Week 
vesper service. 

Delegates were sent to the December Qua- 
drennial Conference in Atlanta, and to the sum- 
mer conference in Montreal, North Carolina. 



■ 







Westminster members present a program about the Quadrennial 
Conference they attended in Atlanta. 



366 



* • 




DEPARTMENTALS 



367 



Departmentals 
Specialize Interests 

Learning is the most important goal in educa- 
tion but departmental organizations give stu- 
dents the chance to further their knowledge in 
subjects that are of interest to them and make 
new friends who share this interest. Through 
these organizations, students can learn beyond 
what is required in the classroom. 

Right: Learning to milk a cow is one of the delicate 
operations an Agriculture major learns. Below: Field 
hockey could be a dangerous sport but is still enjoyed 
by these members of W.R.A. 





368 





Top: Examining bones, muscles and nerves, Caduceus 
Club members further their knowledge in the field 
of medicine. Left: Building your own radio was one 
of the many projects of the Industrial Education 
majors. 



369 



Departmentals have given students the oppor- 
tunity to further develop their interests in a 
particular field, through stimulating programs 
and fellowship. 

The Accounting Club has taken trips to Gen- 
eral Electric and to IBM and Owens, Potter, 
and Hisle Accounting Firm. The main program 
this year for the Agriculture Club was to set up 
a four-year academic program in which under- 
graduate training could be received without 
transferring to another institution. Each year 
the Association for childhood Education under- 
takes a special project for enriching children's 
lives. The Biology Club has successfuly spon- 
sored the Audubon Lecture Series. At each 
meeting of the Caduceus Club, a different 
speaker was present to speak on his particular 
field of medicine. 



The Chemistry Club brings other aspects of the 
field to its members, other than what is pre- 
sented in class. The members of Ciruna at- 
tended several conferences during the year: The 
Mid-West Mock U.N. Assembly at St. Louis, 
the Mid-East Mock U.N. Assembly at Bethany, 
West Virginia and many others. The Eastern 
Debate Team represented the University in in- 
tercollegiate debate. They traveled in a ten-state 
area and were not limited to any one conference. 
The Home Economics Club of Eastern is, for 
the first time, associated with the national pro- 
fessional organization of home economists, The 
American Home Economics Association. The 
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation 
Club, known as HPER, planned faculty fitness 
programs and skill demonstrations. 



Accounting Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Janice Lane; Roy Gash, president; Jim Farmer, 
treasurer; Pam Bogie. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kenneth Griffith, 
SPONSOR; Stephen Huntsberger; Doug Harmon; Carl Gough; 



Ronald Johnson; Kenneth Lipton; Barry Cummins; Charles Wal- 
lin; James Logsdon. THIRD ROW: James Branscum; Gary Smith; 
William Stewart; Eddie McCoy; John Moberly. 



370 



Agriculture Club 




BOTTOM ROW: James Dause, president; Paul Jef- 
fries, vice president; Gary McKillip, secretary; James 
Bryant, treasurer; Dr. Hayes, SPONSOR. SECOND 
ROW: Teddy Hays; Norman Cox; George Norton; 



Gregg Woodruff; Larry Lacy; William Turpin. 

THIRD ROW: Daryl Satchwell; Dennis Reynolds; 

Martin Woodruff; John Worth; Eddie Kelly; Joe 
Raisor. 



Association for Childhood Education 




BOTTOM ROW: Wesley Parker, vice president; Ros- 
anne Sabatelli, secretary; Mary Ann Kinker, vice presi- 
dent Teresa Ann Smith, president. SECOND ROW: 
Debbie Noland; Karen Branscome; Sally Keith; Verna 
Hensley; Freida Smith; Mary Sue Campbell. THIRD 
ROW: Billie Sue Harmon; Pat Douglas; Ann Burkhead; 
Kay Patterson; Lois Manns; Elizabeth Mike; Eva Ferrell. 
FOURTH ROW: Lynda Ward; Jane Woods; Nicky 



Schnell; Freida Hutchins; Diane Farmer; Gay Lee Stew- 
art; Helen Stempfer. FIFTH ROW: Judy Carroll; Mary 
Govitz; Sandi Weyrich; Candy Thornton; Sue Neale; 
Carolyn Hesler; Vicki Schuff; Beverly Middleton. 
SIXTH ROW: Miss Sams, SPONSOR; Bill Maggard; 
Marilyn McLemore; Rayelene Bryant; Louise Begley; 
Patricia Biehn; Vicky Tanner. 



371 






Biology Club 




BOTTOM ROW: James Smith, president; Juanita Clark, 
secretary; Barbara Burchett, vice president. SECOND ROW: 
Donald Batch, SPONSOR; Edd Baker; Dolores Reppert; 
Gerald" Rowe; Phyllis Byrley; Patricia Hughes; Sandra Fry- 



man; Betty Jo Kintner, treasurer; Venita Bright; Donna 
May; Susie Darrett; Dianne Wilson; Mrs. McGlasson, 

SPONSOR. 



Caduceus Club 







BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Caldwell; Virginia Garner; Randy 
Ward; James Cundiff, treasurer; Jimmy Caudill; Larry Fields; 
Jerald Combs; Yoshihiko Yagi. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline 
Schrader; Frances Barthel; Terry Gruelle; Allan Coldiron; Gene 
Robinette; James Hill; Rodney Haddix; Carl Chaplin; Winston 
Halcomb. THIRD ROW: Peggy Dodd; Katherine Kranz; Eliza- 
beth Hall; Linda Johnson; Jennifer Kennedy, secretary; Marsha 
Tracy; James Foster; Douglas Jenkins; William McCaw. 



FOURTH ROW: John Pryse; Michael Alexander; Jeff Okeson; 
Alice Cox; Donna Mancuso; Jean Adams; Beth Benard; Pamela 
Andrew; Steven Okeson. FIFTH ROW: Michael Hamilton; 
Richard Burnett; David Adkins; Lawrence Brock; Larry Mason; 
Donna Smith; Donna Martz; Dr. Meisenheimer, SPONSOR; Mr. 
Jones, SPONSOR. SIXTH ROW: Kenny Luxon; Jerry Poynter; 
Ronald Poling, president. 



372 




BOTTOM ROW: Charles Williams; Larry 
Fields, secretary; Terry Risner, treasurer; John 
Stiefer, president. SECOND ROW: Michael 



Alexander; Michael 
Rick Cundiff. 



Osborne; Jerald Combs; 



Chemistry Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Joyce Ann Yao; Betty Ann 
Hupp; Linda Barth; Claire James; Phyllis Faulk- 
ner; Loh Lee. SECOND ROW: Philip Sterbling; 
Douglas Harvey; Dan Crum; Jack Seay; Ro- 



dolfo Martinez, SPONSOR; John Moody; Scott 
Marlin; Tim Jones; Sam Reder; Robert Jackson; 
Kenneth Tipton. 



Ciruna 



373 



Debate Team 




Home Economics Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Carol Watson; Toni Whitfield; Lana Bell; Cathy Henderson; 
Jodye Rogers; Mary Pat Wills; Mrs. Jimmie Moomau, SPONSOR. SECOND 
ROW: Peter Schneider, SPONSOR; Robert Warfield; Steve Stanley; Charles 
London. 




BOTTOM ROW: Mary Helen Johnson, president; Karen Hen- 
derson, vice president; Kathryn Conrad; Barbara Gozzin, treas- 
urer; Sandra Settles, secretary; Jeanne Switzer. SECOND ROW: 
Roberta Cloyd; Sue Niswonger; Janet Orth; Judy Roesch; Ellen 
Stevenson; Karen Latimer; Ronda LaForge; Belinda Estepp; Judy 
L. Wilson; Gay Jennings; Carol Davidson; Beverley K. Humble; 
Linda Rainville; Jane Humlong. THIRD ROW: Rita Thomas; 
Linda Lyons; Nancy Metz; Emma Edington; Jan Madison; Carsle 
Cracraft; Christine Green; Tobie Horn; Karen Surface; Linda 
Osborne; Linda Ball; Jackie Reifsynder; Adele Herald; Joyce 



Brown; Gerry Philp; Susie Ellis; Esther Farris; Janice Burdette; 
Connee Wheeler; Patricia Carpenter; Scottye Helton. FOURTH 
ROW: Lois Sparks; Phyllis Wright; Susan Sand. FIFTH ROW: 
Elizabeth MacDonald; Rita Peterson; Carolyn Zanone; Lois Ram- 
sey; Linda Bentley; Randy Nickel; Mary Black; Lenane Turner; 
Carolyn Adkins; Linda Nichols; Ginny Sliva; Kay Barnes; Delsie 
Thompson; Ann Biermann; Pat Studer; Mary Jane Conley; Carla 
Loftis; Debbie Pritchett; Judith Wilson; Debbie Grove; Kathy 
Hoeweler; Pat Taylor; Becky Goshorn; Ellen Fischer; Yvonne 
Hogg; Patricia Brown; Barb Jennings. 



374 



HPER Club 




BOTTOM ROW: Jack L. Emsuer; Joe Prats; Linda Spiess; Kathy 
McMillin, secretary; Cathy Sullivan; Wanda Butcher; Diana 
Cruey; Carol Stevens; Carl Severs; Terry Hinkle. SECOND ROW: 
Bob Harris; Larry Cox; Lynda Rowe; Susan Haas; Janet Meyer, 
vice president; Barbara Miles; Vickie Reeves; Susan Turker; Sue 
Hall. THIRD ROW: Wanda Wilkerson; Gail Reedy; Harriett 



Belcher; Sharon Warner; Susan Fetter; Cindy Winburn; Charlie 
Smith; Kathy Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Miss Summa, SPONSOR; 
Lydia Gross; Ronald House; Mary Riley; Irene Wyckoff; Patricia 
Roberts; Jan Jones; Jim Ashman, treasurer. FIFTH ROW: Terry 
Richard; Michael Moore; James Fitch; Tom Swartz; Walter Soro- 
chan; Fred Grant; Chuck Froebe, president. 




Industrial Education Club 



BOTTOM ROW: Tim Herr, treasurer; Warren May, president; Max Doty, 
vice-president. SECOND ROW: George R. Karnes; R. William DeVore; 
Jack Kane; Charles Barr; Anthony Ryan; Lynn Bush. THIRD ROW: Thomas 
E. Peck; Robert A. Gross; Allen Johnson; Gerald W. Hughes. 



375 



SNEA 




BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Hinger, secretary; Karen Brackney, Kay Paff, vice president; Miss Holcomb, Mr. Arterberry, 

treasurer; Jeff Bonnell, vice president; Zola Hammond, president; SPONSORS. 



WRA 




BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Martin, president; Cindy Winburn, vice 
president; Susan Fetter. SECOND ROW: Terry Hinkle; Joanne Bog- 
danski; Doris Miller; Diana Burke; Nancy Nuhn. THIRD ROW: Jane 
Long; Cheri Miller; Gail Reedy; Deborah Woodside; Carol Stevens. 
FOURTH ROW: Lorraine Stark, secretary; Jane Hammond; Sharon 
Smith; Pecgy Poynter: Linda Kees. FIFTH ROW: Cathy Fletcher, 
treasurer; Linda Arnold; Mary Whitehouse; Bonnie Dentler; Charlene 
Morris. SIXTH ROW: Sharon Warner; Kathy Wilson; Martha Hen- 
drix; Marsha Friedhoff. 



376 




ARTS 



377 






Arts Express 
Creative Talent 

College is a time for furthering one's education; 
it is also a time for broadening other qualities 
of one's life. The arts take in a multitude of 
shapes, forms and activities, ranging from music 
to gymnastics. Many organizations on campus 
offer every student an opportunity to contribute 
through time and talent to the many varied 
forms of art. 



* ; •- -fe 








| JB 


...... 


■1 




1 


■■ 



Kappa Kappa Sigma members display the skill and timing required for synchronized swimming. 




378 




Left: The Little Theatre's Santa Claus, with his round 
belly and white whiskers, is all that's needed to con- 
vey the magic of Christmas to every child. Below: 
one of the first stunts learned by Kappa Kappa 
Sigma members is termed the "ballet let." Bottom: 
Skill, along with strength, is required for the diffi- 
cult stunts performed by the Gymnastics Club. 





379 



Bo/lom: The Marching Maroons rehearse one of 
their complicated formations in Hanger Stadium. 
Right: Weeks of hard work paid off in the open- 
ing performance of "The Skin of Our Teeth." 








380 




Eastern's Little Theatre 

Eastern's Little Theatre was organized to pro- 
mote and support theatre interest and activity 
on campus. This year they have taken over 
all box office and publicity responsibilities. 
Along with presenting numerous plays through- 
out the year they also find time to work with 
the children at Telford Center and Richmond 
Community Center. 



Little Theatre performers learn to convey 
meaning through expression. 




BOTTOM ROW: Terry Higgs; Sheila Kirby; Veronica Riggs; 
Sharon Tackett; Bill Thomas, vice president; Laurence Pergram, 
treasurer. SECOND ROW: Cathy Henderson; Linda Figgins, 
secretary; Kathy Creighton; Sarah Hammons; Marianne Mont- 
gonery; Janie Wilson; Kathy Browning; Sonja Foley; Jean 
Bryant; Penny Hasekaester; Marilyn Richardson; Miss Melody, 
sponsor. THIRD ROW: Lelani Butler; Paula Kinker; Margetta 



Vaiers; Cathy Hornsby; Chris Flint. FOURTH ROW: Clarence 
Jones, president; Helen Gebris; Lanna Bell; Charlene Mar- 
cum; Candie Balmos; Lynn Cross; Terry Townsend; Lynda Nor- 
fleet; Carolyn Ritchie; Gary Shields. FIFTH ROW: John Graves; 
Mike Laycock; Doug Hiep; Robert Carver; Kirby Camm; Craig 
Singer; Tony Mannen; Chuck Taylor. 



381 



Concert Band 




Symphonic Band 




m 







382 



Orchestra 




BOTTOM ROW: R. Stacker, D. Peeke, G. Angus, D. Cohen, 
A. Laube, P. Kogut, M. Sher, S. Lovell. SECOND ROW: T. 
Golden, L. Cox, D. Wilborn, K. Anderson, C. Hensley, A. Kraig, 
H. Brown, B. Rhodes. THIRD ROW: L. Wright, T. Baker, 
L. Gates, N. Freeman, J. Sigman, M. Klein, C. Click, E. Hicker- 



son, S. Ward, L. Stoke. FOURTH ROW: F. Hamilton, L. 
Borabeck, G. Land, M. Fisk, G. Thienel, L. Johnson, T. Helts- 
berry, T. Schooley, R. Click, D. Harris. FIFTH ROW: S. Cornett, 
J. Ross, H. Post, L. Lawry, G. Adams, J. Byrns, D. Burchfield, 
D. Ling, L. Fields, D. Ball, K. Amburgey. 



CONCERT BAND: (opposite page) FRONT ROW: A. Vance, B. Budke, 
S. Warner, A. Gregory, B. Williamson, V. Kohl, E. Hickerson. SECOND 
ROW: P. Gillespie, T. Goebel, N. Bruno, S. Hobbs, S. Nicholas, D. Cantrill, 
J. Bradford, L. Hurt, L. Johnson. THIRD ROW: M. Clayton, S. Roller, 

C. Slone, R. Rue, C. Smith, L. Ball, S. Pence, B. Pfluger, W. Crouch, P. 
Lemay, S. Lovell, S. Burke, M. Osborne, T. Taylor. FOURTH ROW: J. 
Kinder, G. Crowell, J. Pipes, V. Yaden, P. Harmon, J. Wilson, J. Searcy, A. 
Martion, G. Wilson, B. Ratliff, R. Young, J. Burke, J. Pickrell, R. Green, 

D. Preston, J. Cooley, M. Proctor, S. Emerson, S. Frank, D. Burchfield. 
FIFTH ROW: J. McKay, C. Penn, K. Shaurer, N. Freeman, A. Blevins, R. 
McCarren, R. Kelley, E. Eyre, L. Blanton, V. Watson, A. Coffey, S. 
Forsythe, D. Owen, T. Smith, J. Stegner, J. McDonald, D. Crow, T. 
England, J. Lockwood, K. Robertson, C. Lichtenberger. 

SYMPHONIC BAND: (opposite page) FRONT ROW: J. Sigman, P. 
Harmon, T. Hughes, B. Lawrence, G. Thienel, R. Acquino, J. Olin, D. Cobb. 
SECOND ROW: V. Shaw, S. Wilson, M. Fisk, T. Reastor, S. Reeves, N. 
Graves, J. Ross, H. Post, L. Lawry, G Adams. THIRD ROW: D. Stegner, 
M. Owens, G Land, R. Blevins, R. Kidwell, A. Burdette, M. Riggle, K. 
Blevins, M. Gerace, R. Dane, B. Adams. FOURTH ROW: M. Huffman, A. 
stark, M. Hounshell, B. Zwick, J. Ramsey. FIFTH ROW: G. K. Grose, 
Turner, B. Wroe, J. Long, T. Holtsberry, R. Nicely, M. Bernard, L. Baum- 
D. L. Turpin, L. Borabeck, F. Hamilton, S. Cornett, D. Wheeler, D. Cooksey, 
K. Amburgey, T. England, D. Ball, D. Harris, D. Ling, L. Fields, D. Oatley. 



Eastern's Music Department has achieved 
much acclaim throughout the state and has been 
one of the most active departments on campus. 
The Symphony Orchestra presented concerts for 
the community and the student body, and went 
on spring tour to present programs for several 
high schools in Kentucky. The highlight of the 
year was the performance of Handel's "Mes- 
siah," the traditional Christmas program, in 
conjunction with the Choral Department. The 
Marching Maroons add sparkle to the football 
season with their half-time shows, as well as 
providing a pep band for the basketball games. 
The Twilight Concert series was held again 
in the spring, outdoors in the Van Peurseum 
Pavilion, sponsored by the Symphonic Band. 



383 



Concert Choir 




Chamber Choir 



CONCERT CHOIR: Martha Adkins; Jane Bauer; 
Evelyn Baugh-Lyons; Barry Benjamin; David Bot- 
tom; JoAnn Bradford; Monna Breland; Karen Bric- 
key; Linda Bryant; Sharon Burke; Elizabeth Busch- 
meyer; Charles Calvert; Shirley Childers; Sherry 
Conn; Bonnie Crisp; Annette Daffron; Diane David- 
son; Mary Glovitz; Anthony England; Louisa Flook; 
Lanny Forman; Diane Ganyard; Paula Goins; Fran 
Graff; David Hayes; Carolyn Hodges; Cheryl Hodges; 
Gwendolyn Holbrook; Idella Holt; Joanetta Hopkins; 
Lizabeth Hopkins; Carolyn Howard; Mary Huf faker; 
Amy fett; Barry McCauley; Jeffrey McKay; Marilyn 
McLemore; Ann Moore; Diane Moore; Dale Noble; 
William Owens; Virginia Parmley; Holly Post; Julia 
Ramsey; Jackie Reifsnyder; Martha Richeson; Linda 
Richter; Marsha Riggle; Insco Rue; Mary See; Mike 
Sher; Judy Sigman; Blaine Smith; Sandra Steele; John 
Stegner; David Steidle; David Stivers; Kay Taylor; 
Connie Thomas; Brenda Thompson; Toni Trimble; 
Susan Utter; Theresa Waclawski; Reginald Walters; 
Samual Ward; Darlene Wilborn; Barbara William- 
son; Linda Wright; Sharon Wright; Fumihiko Yagi. 

CHAMBER CHOIR: Diehl Ackerman; Kaye Asher; 
Joy Barr; Barbara Benton; Thomas Bonny; Jo Anne 
Bradford; Judy Corey; Bonnie Crisp; William Donta; 
Anthony England; Phyllis Grisier; David Hayes; 
Linda Hensley; Sharon King; Ann Laube; Dennis 
Ling; Susan Lovell; Barry McCauley; Raymonde Nice- 
ly; James Osburn; Anna Pettigrew; Insco Rue; San- 
dra Schafer; John Stegner; David Stivers; Kay Taylor; 
Susan Utter; Sara Vice; Samual Ward; Darlene Wil- 
born. 




\k 



'- | I 



I 




384 




BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Robert Riseling, adviser; Dorothy Peeke, 
treasurer; Pamela Harmon; Nancy Graves; Judith Sigman; Jo 
Anne Bradford; Deborah Cobb. SECOND ROW: Linda Wright; 



Susan Lovell; Eulane Rose; Terry Hughes; Monna Breland, 
secretary; Raymonde Nicely, vice president; Judy Olin, president; 
Ann Beth Moore. 



Phi Mu Alpha 




BOTTOM ROW: Dan Cooksey; Dave Hayes; Larry Barabeck; 
Tom Taylor; Michael Fisk, treasurer; Finley Hamilton. SECOND 
ROW: John Lock wood; Lonnie Fields, vice president; Lloyd 
Blevins; Gary Adams; Floyd Blevins; Mike Gerace; Jim Osburn. 



THIRD ROW: Tony England; Steve Myers; Michael Hounshell; 
Glenn Angus; Douglas Oatley; Dennis Wheeler. FOURTH ROW: 
David Stegner; Dennis Ling; Trent Holtsberry, president; Lester 
Johnson; Roy Stivers. 



385 



Gymnastics 







HW ^H 


i "' ^^B 








Mr Hi)**- JP^^^ 






d 


Lys 


i^i 


Jh Ho ^1 


9i il 




H Bp ''M V * 








40 II f ' 


HM *" * ^ '^* 




i*- '^^^^P^ 


i ' fl 


*^ * 




^^»_^j» j ^a 


sPSto^^ ^^^rf**^!L 


' j£*& 




^_ 




* 


i 



BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Heinz; Barb Harrison; Ginger Spriggs, 
secretary; Debbie Holcomb; Carol Bellany; Joyce Orth; Carolyn 
Naticchioni. SECOND ROW: Gayle Grant; Paula McCann; Irene 
Wycoff; Jill Lewig; Alice Kraig; Linda Kincaid; Sally Wefler; 



Kathy Watkins. THIRD ROW: Dr. Barney Groves, SPONSOR; 
Jerry Smith; Bill England, treasurer; Rich Roach, president; 
Mike Hensley; vice president; Lannie Busey; Mike Davis; John 
Quick; Jerry Lyndes; Gene Gilbert. 



Kappa Kappa Sigma 




BOTTOM ROW: Sue Ehrman; Toni Kutchback, secretary; Joy Harkins; Lynn Cross; Susie Burkhardt. THIRD ROW: Kathy 

Cecelia Potter; Dee Goff, treasurer; Lori Bryns, president; Sandy Blaut; Sharon Schradin; Jamie Hounchell; Mary Alford; Jo Ed- 

Blake; Miss Kirkpatrick, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Amy Young; monson. 



386 




0$m 

. — ■ •• 1 - . ^ 



GREEKS 



387 




Youth's Spirit Is Embodied 
in Bonds of Greek Life 

To 500 students, the Eastern Community took on added 
meaning. These were the members of the Greek Com- 
munity who were guided by such key words as involve- 
ment, service and dedication. 

These were the students who contributed themselves 
to the activities and goals of their respective group, at- 
taining a sense of pride and accomplishment for their 
efforts. 

The Greek Community — eight fraternities and five 
sororities — continued its history of contribution to the 
University through service functions and a continuing 
emphasis on school spirit. 



388 




I 






389 



Activity Highlights 
Greek Life 

Right: Football season at EKU is full of excitement 
and zest and Greeks play an important role in creat- 
ing spirit. Beloir: Tau Kappa Epsilon was one of the 
attractions of the carnival held for Freshmen during 
orientation week. Below Right: On Band Day, 
members of Phi Delta Theta sold Eastern pennants 
to both students and visitors. 


















390 






Above: KA's added a touch of humor and originality 
to the traditional Homecoming Parade. Left: This 
Disneyland character is really a PIKE in disguise. 



<-*i99r. 




391 



Right: These beauties lent their talents as cheerleaders 
for the Powder Puff Football Game. Below: Frater- 
nity football games can be seen at almost any time 
of the day, or night. Bottom: Girls of Kappa Phi 
Delta and Kappa Delta Tau service sorority became 
football players for an afternoon during Freshman 
Orientation Week. 





u* 




392 




W*£*- , 5? 




Competition 
Raises Spirit 

There was much opportunity this year for com- 
petition in Greek life. There was the spirited, 
good-natured competition among the Greek or- 
ganizations themselves as they sought new mem- 
bers and planned activities. 

Athletic competition was part of the action, 
too. The intramural program had separate 
leagues for the Greeks, and a fraternity-spon- 
sored invitational basketball tourney was a win- 
ter highlight. 



Above: Members of Sigma Nu Colony prepare to 
leave the campus in the "Sigma Nu Special" for the 
game-of-the-year at Western. Left: Phi Delta Theta 
Colony battles out the basketball championship against 
Beta Omicron Chi. 



393 



Rush Creates 
Anticipation 

Sleepless nights of anticipation . . . 

So many names and faces to remember . . . 

The climax of preference night . . . 

Early morning tapping . . . 

All is worthwhile to the proud bearer of a 

pledge pin, and the new title of brother or 

sister has a nostalgic sound. 

Top: Alpha Gam actives pause to meet and talk with 
each guest. Bottom: Chi O's sing out their message of 
welcome to rushees. 





394 






Top: A witches brew? No, simply stirring in the 
qualities of a Kappa Delta. Above: After the ADPi 
skit of Toybox, refreshments were served to rushees. 
Left: Kappa Phi Delta carried out their theme of 
being the baby of the sororities. 



395 





Top: Name tags ease the task of learning the many names and faces 
of rushees. Above: Laughing about a good joke together is one of 
the best ways to get to know someone. Right: Members of Delta 
Upsilon are eager to show the awards that the fraternity has achieved. 







396 




As Rush Approaches, Greeks 
Attain National Affiliation 

The Spring Semester rush was an important 
time for Eastern's Greeks. Besides the pressing 
drive for new members, there was the excite- 
ment of national affiliation. 

A major step in the growth of Eastern's fra- 
ternity and sorority systems was accomplished 
with the advancement from colony to chapter 
status of three fraternities and four sororities. 

Left: A rushee reads over the Charter of BOX frater- 
nity as he pauses at the table displaying various 
credentials. Below: At the KA table, rushees glance 
at pictures of some fraternity activities to see what 
might be in store for them as potential pledges. 




397 







Pledges Endure a 
Variety of Experiences 

Pledges are usually easy to spot and can be seen 
engaged in nearly any activity from collecting 
money for a worthy cause to being hit in the 
face with an egg. Whatever they're doing, it's 
done in good spirit, and exemplifies the fact 
that Pledges add sparkle to Greek life. 



Above: Once again, BOX, at their annual pledge 
shoeshine, kept the shoes of Eastern's students shin- 
ing. Right: On Eastern's campus you can find most 
any kind of person. Even the "Ugliest Man." 




398 




Left: "Oh, that cold water feels good!" exclaims 
one pledge at a balloon-throwing contest. Bottom: 
Happiness was found by one of these three males 
at the Kappa Delta "Dating Game." Below: Frater- 
nities and Sororities shared the joint agony of those 
raw eggs. 





399 



Greek Life 
Is Lasting 

Greek life is all encompassing. Whether it in- 
volves working together or just having some 
good times, brotherhood is foremost. Lasting 
friendships are built and a sense of pride exists 
for each accomplishment of a brother or sister. 
The symbols of unity are many, but for a Greek, 
those certain Greek letters have a precious 
meaning. 

Right: A KA pledge polishes the crest as one of the 
many tasks required by actives. Below: In this DU 
room in Todd Hall are found two brothers who enjoy 
living under their beds. 





400 




<■'</ <mfi 


[■ ml 1 

fc . J - "— Eg 




' yr 




LI. ,1 1 "*"*^ ■■• 


^r 




2'' 2 &~h 


H 

' m 
■■ ■ | 


i e \ jBC 


^^W 




■ "■ iwj 


gp^d A 




1 4 


Wmrsam^ 


1 ' If fl 














' / ^ 




Top: ADPi's enjoyed working on a skit presented to 
the Grand Council who visited Eastern for the sorori- 
ty's national initiation. Left: Theta Chi brothers work 
together on various projects displaying brotherhood. 
Above: A room becomes a meeting place and a 
break in the day's schedule to relax and talk. 



401 




2*W 



> 




/■B 



^ 






*' 



If 



Z 1 ~ ^ 



*% 



AAn 





1/ 



n ■si 



« * 






.%4pn 




■»l$51& ■#&?!&« 



1. Judy Phillips 

2. Linda Elkin 

3. Betty Molyneaux 

4. Linda Susong 

5. Kathy Phillips 

6. Sharon Razor 

7. Sue Anne Owens 

8. Julie Molyneaux 

9. Rita Lawrence 

10. Linda Chism 

11. Louisa Flook 

12. Marilyn Park 

13. Sandi Ankrum 

14. Pat Lynch 

15. Sherrill Schweitzer 

16. Sherry McCarty 



17. Shirley Hayse 

18. Jamie Mullins 
19- Donna Pennard 

20. Denise Metzger 

21. Raynelle Combs 

22. Mary Stephens 

23. Pat Douglas 

24. Jane Woods 

25. Brenda Thompson 

26. Sandy Todd 

27. Rita McGinnis 

28. Brenda Chism 

29. Merle Metelits 

30. Michie Winter 

31. Charlotte Callihan 

32. Karen Kleckner 



402 






Alpha Delta Pi 



Sharon Razor President 

Karen Kleckner Vice President 

Merle Metelits Secretary 

Raynelle Combs Treasurer 



Alpha Delta Pi was involved in many social 
activities and service projects this year. In No- 
vember they co-sponsored a Muscular Dystrophy 
Drive with Kappa Alpha and Beta Omicron 
Chi; $850 was collected. At Thanksgiving and 
Christmas they sent baskets of food to needy 
families, had parties for underprivileged chil- 
dren, and "caroled for cans" with other Greeks. 
Alpha Delta Pi co-sponsored a dance for fresh- 
men during orientation week with Kappa Alpha 
and sponsored an all-campus dance featuring 
the "Purple Bus Stop." In November Alpha 
Delta Pi's Leg-Face Match Contest was the 
center of attention at the Student Union Grill. 

Alpha Delta Pi is. a national social sorority 
founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Geor- 
gia, May 15, 1851. It was the first national 
secret society for women. The former local soro- 
rity, Delta Theta Pi, affiliated with Alpha Delta 
Pi October 30, 1968, when thirty-three members 
were pledged. A February initiation preceded 
their first rush as nationals. 



403 




Alpha Gamma Delta 

Linda Phillips President 

Brenda Sandker Vice President 

Mary Jean Hampton Secretary 

Nancy Ehrenberg Treasurer 



A mixer for all Greek women, using "Friend- 
ship is the Key to Sisterhood" as the theme, 
started off the year for Alpha Gamma Delta. 
Other activities included the Open House for 
prospective rushees, the Greek Holly Ball, a 
party for Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae, and 
their annual Roaring-Twenties party in the 
spring for pledges. Each month a new service 
project was selected. Some of these were collect- 
ing canned goods for Thanksgiving baskets, 
giving a Christmas party for needy children, 
caroling to rest homes, working with the Cere- 
bral Palsy class at Model, sending Valentines to 
shut-ins, sponsoring an Easter egg hunt for 
underprivileged children, and presenting a pup- 
pet show for children in hospitals. 

Alpha Gamma Delta was formerly a local 
sorority, Pi Alpha Theta, formed in 1966, when 
the Administration permited sororities on cam- 
pus. Now Pi Alpha Theta is Gamma Omicron 
Chapter, the 100th Chapter of Alpha Gamma 
Delta fraternity and the first Panhellenic group 
on Eastern's campus as of their installation, 
October 26, 1968. 





404 




I 





fr 


W 


if 


K 



<h 



1 t 





G. 




4 



3*' 




I f( 




•*«*&£ 



1. 


Carol Miller 


14. 


Carol Johnson 


2. 


Vicky Tanner 


15. 


Carol King 


3. 


Mary Jean Hampton 


16. 


Linda Nunn 


4. 


Debbie Digby 


17. 


Nancy Ehrenberg 


5. 


Pat Swango 


18. 


Linda Phillips 


6. 


Linda Scott 


19. 


Janet Angel 


7. 


Lee Watson Tonar 


20. 


Brenda Sandker 


8. 


Trish McDevitt 


21. 


Linda Davis 


9. 


Debbie Dawkins 


22. 


Chris Lewandowsk 


10. 


Vicki Long 


2^. 


Marlene Boothe 


11. 


Gaye Jennings 


24. 


Georgia Thomason 


12. 


Bev Meece 


25. 


Ann Preece 


13. 


Sharon Shively 







ArA 



405 




Xft 



1. 


Joyce Mason 


15 


Sue Scola 


2. 


Sharon McBride 


16 


Sheri Pean 


3. 


Gettle Chase 


17. 


Wanda Parton 


4. 


Carol Sue Adams 


18. 


Lillian Wells 


5. 


Martha Garland 


19- 


Sandy Walter 


6. 


Peggy Bryan 


20. 


Carol Brassfield 


7. 


Ricky Philpot 


21. 


Brenda Butler 


8. 


Lee Ratliff 


22. 


Lynn Bileske 


9. 


Diane Fisher 


21. 


Joanne Covington 


10. 


Elaine Britt 


24. 


Kaye Johnson 


11. 


Diane Clover 


25. 


Chris Brewer 


12. 


Shelli Denham 


26. 


Pat Theiler 


13. 


Donna Babinski 


27. 


Jeanne Burton 


14. 


Donna Cailey 


28. 


Ann Watson 






406 






Chi Omega 



Chris Brewer President 

Sue Scola Vice President 

Lee Ratliff Secretary 

Lillian Wells Treasurer 



Chi Omega's began their year by sponsoring a 
carnival during Orientation Week. During the 
rest of the fall months, they busied themselves 
with such activities as campus dances, collecting 
for the heart and cancer funds, working on their 
Homecoming entry, visiting an old folks' home, 
working on class election polls, and presenting 
their annual fashion show entitled "Break 
Through in Fashion," in cooperation with the 
U shop. 

As winter arrived, the Chi O's held their 
traditional Christmas dinner, the Holly Feast, 
and attended the Greek Holly Ball, sponsored 
by the Inter-Sorority Council. Rush was the 
main attraction for spring, followed by the 
Spring Formal to draw the year to a close. 

Founded at the University of Arkansas April 
5, 1895, Chi Omega's Eastern chapter was 
established at the University as Lambda Phi 
Omega October 10, 1966. Originally numbering 
twenty Charter members, this sorority has in- 
creased to twenty-seven members with twenty- 
four alumnae. 



407 




Kappa Delta 



Marilyn Barnhart President 

Nancy Martin Vice President 

Judy Wasserman Secretary 

Donna Justice Treasurer 

Kappa Delta's kept busy this year with both 
social and service activities. They were involved 
in monthly service projects and fund raising 
drives such as a rummage sale. Their national 
philanthropy is working with the Cerebral Palsy 
children at Model and throughout the year 
various activities were planned for these chil- 
dren. At the beginning of the year, the Kappa 
Delta's again presented their Mock Dating 
Game. The sorority was involved in its own 
Christmas ceremony and Christmas dance in 
addition to the Greek Holly Ball. The im- 
portant activities in the Spring were rush, the 
annual Senior Breakfast and the Spring White 
Rose Forma) 

October 18, 1966, Eastern accepted Alpha Pi 
Kappa to the campus. In the Spring of 1968, 
they petitioned the national sorority, Kappa 
Delta, and December 7 the pledges of Kappa 
Delta were installed as members of Kappa Del- 
ta sorority. Kappa Delta was founded October 
23, 1897, by four women at Longwood College 
and was the first sorority established in the 
state of Virginia. The sorority now includes 105 
chapters and over 60,000 members. 





408 




KA 



1 


Jovita Dick 


16 


Pam Coplin 


2. 


Linda Thomer 


17 


Carolyn Barnhart 


3. 


Judy Wasserman 


18 


Peggy Bass 


4. 


Linda Lawson 


19 


Marilyn Barnhart 


5. 


Donna Justice 


20 


Loni Algier 


6. 


Barbara Jo Thomas 


21. 


Anne Burk 


7. 


Leslie Funk- 


22. 


Sharon Jones 


8. 


Jan Hern 


23. 


Sue Benton 


9. 


Christi Coates 


24. 


Linda Gates 


10. 


Jean Burness 


25. 


Nancy Armstrong 


11. 


Lana Bentley 


26. 


Carol Lehman 


12. 


Mary Moore 


27. 


Sena Turmin 


13. 


Carol Davis 


28. 


Shannon Logan 


14. 


Patsy Baird 


29. 


Nancy Martin 


15. 


Monica Decker 


30. 


Martha Jo Click 



409 



Iz -"5*5! 




K$A 



i. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 

11. 



Carolyn Richardson 
Dee Golf 
Merle Judson 
Cindi Dorman 
Anne Vavra 
Toni Eastham 
Barb Pennington 
Candi Moores 
Gwen Reed 
Anita Weber 
Kay Paff 



12. Zena Calvert 

13. Sue Zavis 

14. Donna Frasher 

15. Carla Cavin 

16. Peggy Dodd 

17. Mary Lvnn Jasper 

18. Becky George 
19- Sarah Vice 

20. Billie Ratliff 

21. Marilyn Scroggins 



410 





Kappa Phi Delta 



Sarah Vice President 

Becky George Vice President 

Mary Lynn Jasper Secretary 

Dee Golf Treasurer 



Kappa Phi Delta, Eastern's newest sorority, 
entered Greek life with much enthusiasm. Kap- 
pa faces became familiar on campus from the 
beginning of the year, when they served as 
orientation guides. During the fall weeks, they 
busied themselves with a city-wide "clean-up" 
day and leaf rake, collecting for UNICEF. 
Throughout the year they participated in other 
service projects such as sponsoring a Korean 
orphan, helping with the Richmond Community 
Center, and sending packages to Viet Nam for 
Christmas. One of their highlight projects was 
a coffee house called the "Kappa Kafe". Kap- 
pa's were proud to begin their year also by 
winning the Powder Puff Football Game, beat- 
ing Kappa Delta Tau. Parties, dances, the Greek 
Holly Ball ,and their May Celebration also gave 
the girls a whirl of social activity. Each month 
the Kappa's chose a "Kappa Kutie" from the 
men on campus and besides taking this "Kutie" 
to dinner, they did various other tasks for him 
such as laundry and ironing. 

Kappa Phi Delta was recognized as a local 
sorority on Eastern's campus in May of 1968. 



411 




Beta Omicron Chi 

Bill Barrett President 

Richard Warren Vice President 

Jack Rench Secretary 

Dan White Treasurer 

Beta Omicron Chi joined Alpha Delta Pi and 
Kappa Alpha Order in collecting money for 
Muscular Dystrophy. November's highlight 
was a Thanksgiving banquet. In December, 
BOX brought "The Exciters" to Eastern for one 
of the many campus dances they annually spon- 
sor. Fall and spring formats were among the 
main social events of the year for BOX. Beta 
Omicron Chi received the first Fraternity Schol- 
arship Award, and was the all-fraternity and 
all-campus intramural sports champion for 
1967-1968. 

November 22, 1966, Beta Omicron Chi re- 
ceived recognition as a social fraternity on 
Eastern's campus. Although it is a local, Beta 
Omicron Chi has definite plans for affiliation 
with a national organization. 



. 









412 



NOT TALK 

D PRISONERS 
M>cttq/t 

DOWS 




1. Mike Jones 

2. Dwight Brown 

3. John Bunton 

4. Rick Roach 

5. Bob Egan 

6. Mike Brock 

7. Rick Newman 

Bob Wanger 

Rick Warren 

Mark Fisher 

Bill Duffy 

Bill Feltner 

Tony Baker 



9. 
10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 



14. Ron McCloud 

15. Danny White 

16. Dan Mellul 
Bill Barrett 
Gary Lightner 
Mike Jeffries 
Larry Wright 
Lindy Riggins 
Bob Webb 
Bob Roberts 
Dave Barowich 
Doug Treadway 



17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



BOX 



413 






'■-• 



iV : 



>\ 









AT 



^•iw 



1. 


Dale Estepp 


12. 


George Wolski 


2. 


Terry Murphy 


13. 


Dave Jones 


3. 


Glen Town 


14. 


Bill Bates 


4. 


Tim Argabright 


15. 


Gerry House 


5. 


Gary Amburgey 


16. 


Finley Cain 


6. 


Dennis Day 


17. 


Jack Emsure 


7. 


Bob Corbin 


18. 


Jim Blake 


8. 


Skip McFarlan 


19. 


Dan Jordan 


9. 


Charles Adams 


20. 


Frank Campo 


10. 


Jerry Kraiss 


21. 


Joel Vedelli 


11. 


Mike McClain 


22. 


Ben Hek 



414 





Delta Upsilon 



Dennis Day President 

George Wolski Vice President 

Gerry House Secretary 

Finley Cain Treasurer 

Active in campus and community service and 
social projects, Delta Upsilon's activities for the 
year included a Halloween party for the children 
of faculty members, food baskets at Christmas 
for needy families in the Richmond area, and 
several match parties with Eastern's sororities. 
The fraternity, founded nationally in 1834 
and locally in 1966, was formerly known as 
Alpha Chi Lambda and instituted as a colony 
of Delta Upsilon International November 10, 
1968. Being the only non-secretive fraternity at 
Eastern, Delta Upsilon has also come to be 
known as "The Unpledge," meaning that new 
members are initiated as Junior Actives, be- 
coming active members upon completion of 
training in the four principles of Delta Upsilon. 





Kappa Alpha Order 



Neill Day President 

Mike Wills Vice President 

Guy Colson Secretary 

Richard Sellman Treasurer 



Kappa Alpha Order has been active in both 
service and social activities in '68-69- The KA's 
collected money for Muscular Dystrophy with 
Alpha Delta Pi and Beta Omicron Chi, and 
during Orientation Week the brothers spon- 
sored their annual all-campus dance with Alpha 
Delta Pi. In addition to the Homecoming fes- 
tivities, a Christmas party and pep rallies, Kappa 
Alpha sponsored two other special social events. 
In January, the KA's had Convivium in ob- 
servance of Robert E. Lee's birthday. The cul- 
mination of the KA's year came in the spring 
when they proclaimed Old South Week. 

In 1968, the KA's finished second in the 
Tau Kappa Epsilon basketball tournament, and 
received honorable mention for its float in the 
Homecoming parade. The year also marked 
Jason's third birthday and his second year as 
the KA's mascot. 

Eastern's chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was 
originally founded as Gamma Delta Tau in the 
fall of 1966. Since Kappa Alpha's founding at 
Washington and Lee University in Lexington, 
Virginia in 1865, the Order has stressed the 
traditions of the Old South, as were exempli- 
fied by its spiritual founder, Robert E. Lee. 







416 



■ ■ B ■ i I I 



2 y 






<r~f I •*.- - . ^-M ..,j'. 




1. Gee Gee Criswell 

2. Johnny Pace 

3. David Bartley 

4. Major Wheat 

5. James Culbertson 

6. Dick Burks 

7. Roger Lane 

8. Mary Stevens 

9. Neill Day 

10. Jim Blair 

11. Terry Cottengim 

12. Bill Stoess 

13. Mike Jones 

14. Bill Ross 

15. Ron Burgess 



16. Rick Vice 

17. Steve Templeton 

18. Ken Robey 

19. Rick Wood 

20. Guy Colson 

21. Doug Arnold 

22. Mike Gebhart 

23. Jimmy White 

24. Steve Creech 

25. David Hutchens 

26. Jim Aitkin 

27. Tom Crotty 

28. Mike Nantz 

29. Mike Wills 

30. Gary Beroset 



KA 



417 







<M0 



Carliss Crowe 
Jim Marcum 
Doug Ulrich 
Mike Eads 
Jim Ashman 
Steve Okeson 

7. Chuck Froebe 

8. Ted Marshall 

9. Joe Pratts 

10. Frank Flint 

11. Tom Musgrave 
Joe Moyer 
Bill Dwelley 
Gene Davies 
Eddie Maggard 
Greg Marshall 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 



17. Dave Cupp 

18. Chip Maurer 

19. Danny Hill 

20. Roger Illie 

21. Vince Rosenthal 

22. Gene Franciscus 

23. Mike Bowers 

24. Mike Miltko 

25. Dave Shaw 

26. Ray Susong 

27. Ken Campbell 

28. Ralph Cox 

29. Jeff Okeson 

30. Dan Bechtold 

31. Marty Tracy 

32. Dave Coates 



418 






Phi Delta Theta 

Steve Okeson President 

Jim Ashman Vice President 

Dave Coates Secretary 

Carless Crowe Treasurer 

Throughout the year, the Phi Delts became 
involved in many campus activities including 
Homecoming, promoting school spirit aided by 
the two fraternity brothers who act as yell lead- 
ers on the cheerleading squad, continuing the 
winning tradition of AXI in the Campus Intra- 
mural sports program, and sponsoring a driving 
safety campaign the week before Spring Break. 
Community-wise, the Phi Delts visited shut-ins 
and gave a Christmas party for the boys at 
Kentucky village, the juvenile corrections insti- 
tution at Lexington. 

Alpha Chi Iota local fraternity became a col- 
ony of Phi Delta Theta national fraternity 
August 29, 1968. The national fraternity was 
founded at Miami University in Ohio in 1848. 



419 




Pi Kappa Alpha 

Bill Wall President 

Mike Blackburn Vice President 

Tim Lanfersiek Secretary 

Gary Goodan ....'. Treasurer 



The annual Hell's Angel Party, a Dream Girl 
Ball, Mom and Dad's Day, and the Spring 
Formal were highlights of Pi Kappa Alpha's 
social year. Other activities included Pike's Big 
Brother Day and painting the Richmond Com- 
munity Center. In the Spring, Pi Kappa Alpha 
held its Pikes Peak Day, honoring outstanding 
girls on campus. Homecoming day, their "Whis- 
tle While You Work" float was recognized as 
"Most Original." At the year's end, Pikes 
awarded a trophy to the most proficient sorority. 
This year Pi Kappa Alpha attended the Nation- 
al Centennial Convention and the National 
Leadership School at the University of Virginia. 
Founded March 1, 1868, at the University of 
Virginia, the national fraternity celebrated its 
100th birthday last year. The local Alpha Kappa 
Pi was recognized as a local fraternity in the 
Spring of 1967, and April 28, 1968, became a 
colony of Pi Kappa Alpha. In February of 1969 
Pi Kappa Alpha was initiated by its national 
and received its Chapter Charter. 





420 




1. 


Doug Long 


16. 


Leslie Funk 


31. 


Frank Smart 


2. 


Brian Siemon 


17. 


Dave Butler 


32. 


Mike Pahner 


3. 


Mike Mancik 


18. 


Gary Goodan 


33. 


Butch Evans 


4. 


Tom Goedeking 


19. 


Tim Lanfersiek 


34. 


Monte Martin 


5. 


Tom Williams 


20. 


Dean Grisso 


35. 


Jeff Bonnell 


6. 


Vern Town 


21. 


Mike Kaylor 


36. 


Steve Collins 


7. 


Jack Morrow 


22. 


Bruce Lewis 


37. 


Dan Bailey 


8. 


Jon Ankney 


23- 


Dave Martell 


38. 


Dave Fitzpatrick 


9. 


Mike Blackburn 


24. 


Bob Wheeler 


39. 


Mike Catlett 


10. 


Rufus Brown 


25. 


Jim Macy 


40. 


Bruce Elias 


11. 


Larry Hay 


26. 


Russ Mims 


41. 


Carl Kloentrup 


12 


Ed Anania 


27. 


Bill Barker 


42. 


David Von Holle 


13 


Chuck Ross 


28. 


Don Buehler 


43. 


Mike Pasley 


14 


Greg Marquis 


29. 


Tim Speaks 


44. 


David Temple 


15 


Bill Wall 


30. 


Marion Mattingly 


45. 


Bruce Lang 



IIKA 



421 




2N 



1 


Bill Crane 


12. 


Tom Conrad 


?.. 


Patrick Shine 


13. 


Phil Woodall 


7 >. 


Don Golightly 


14. 


Kent Mason 


4. 


Edward Bowling 


15. 


Jim Insco 


"j. 


John Wooten 


16. 


Gene Ungruhn 


6. 


Ken Woodruff 


17. 


Richard Judson 


7. 


Gary King 


18. 


Tom Carrey 


8 


Dave Melton 


19. 


Al Krueger 


9 


Rita Lawrence 


20. 


Dave Kessler 


n 


Mike Monacelli 


21. 


Tom Dorrah 


l. 


Frank Seale 


22. 


Eric Smith 



422 









Sigma Nu 



Phillip Woodall President 

Frank Seale Vice President 

Edwin Mason Secretary 

Bruce Williamson Treasurer 

Riding the game ball via bicycle to Western 
Kentucky University's Homecoming was' the 
center of attention surrounding Sigma Nu's 
activities. Other projects this year included col- 
lecting for the Heart Drive, a Christmas party 
for the children of Telford Center and an Easter 
Egg Hunt for the children of the Richmond 
Community Center. Rush, Christmas caroling 
with other Greeks, and also participating in the 
first all-Greek sing were activities in '68-69 of 
Sigma Nu. 

This year the former Sigma Chi Delta local 
fraternity was initiated as a Colony of the Sigma 
Nu International Fraternity. Sigma Nu was 
founded January 1, 1869, at the Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute. Since that time, when the first 
vows were taken, Sigma Nu's ideology has 
spread to over 161 college campuses throughout 
the United States and Canada. 



423 




Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Mike Nygren President 

Bill Ledford Vice President 

Scott McBrayer Secretary 

Jim Gross Treasurer 



During the year, the brothers of Tau Kappa 
Epsilon have tutored under-privileged children 
of Richmond and have donated many pints of 
blood to the Bloodmobile. They also sponsored 
campus dances, a Greek Invitational Basketball 
Tournament, and a Homecoming Tea for their 
alumni and parents. The biggest event of the 
year for TKE was the Red Carnation Ball, their 
Sweetheart Dance, at which Miss Sherri Pean, 
sweetheart for 1968-1969 reigned. 

Founded January 10, 1899, at Illinois Wes- 
leyan University, Tau Kappa Epsilon has be- 
come the largest men's social fraternity in num- 
ber of chapters and undergraduate strength. The 
local chapter from Eastern was given its affiliate 
charter in May of 1968. This group was former- 
ly Kappa Tau Epsilon. 





424 




1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12 
13. 
14. 



Dan Watson 
Rod Williams 
Mark Upton 
Darryl Mink 
Ken Berry 
Bill Ledford 
Ken Craycraft 
Ken Dees 
Rick Odle 
Doug Harris 
John Bleit 
Bob Adams 
Ron Christensen 
Mike Searcy 



15. Bill Lesak 

16. Steve Abney 

17. Mike Nygren 

18. Dan Bartley 

19. Ish Purcell 

20. Dave Mathis 

21. Scott McBrayer 

22. Jeff Thalmann 

23. Sam Hill 

24. Greg Rhodus 

25. Bill Dunn 

26. Tom Ramey 

27. Don Napier 

28. John Scarborough 



29. Jim Gross 

30. Larry Breitenstein 

31. Al Brelsford 

32. Bob Wartschlager 

33. John Barkau 

34. Dennis Kelley 

35. Cal Burrows 

36. Mike Carroll 

37. Roger Long 

38. Ranny Chamberlain 

39. Harry Hannah 

40. Matt Barsotti 



TKE 



425 



IS* 



:i.:'V- 



>' 




^k&ft'^ 






«<. 



* 



•. 



@X 



, A 



■<.** 



W*~m 



•&-.: 



V 



' r 



ii& 




- 








1. Michael Wira 

2. Larry Bottom 

3. Norman Phillips 

4. James Simpson 

5. John Moore 

6. Lelve Ponder 

7. David Stebing 

8. David Ehret 

9. Gary Bleichner 

10. George Million 

1 1 . Robert Kraus 

12. Gary Brueggen 

13. Kenneth Putnam 

14. Joe Parasiliti 

15. J. Edward Akers 

16. Jack Whitney 


* 



426 





Theta Chi 




Gary Brueggen President 

Gary Bleichner Vice President 

Michael Wira Secretary 

Jack Whitney Treasurer 



Theta Chi's outstanding annual social events 
included a Christmas Party and a Spring Formal. 
This Spring at an awards banquet, the fraternity 
recognized its members for their work and ac- 
complishments. Working with the Richmond 
Community Center and collecting canned goods 
for Christmas baskets were their main service 
projects. 

Theta Chi recently colonized Eastern's new- 
est fraternity, Delta Chi Theta. Delta Chi Theta 
was recognized as a local fraternity at Eastern 
February 5, 1968. Theta Chi was founded on 
the University of Norwich Campus in Vermont 
April 10, 1856. There are now 151 undergrad- 
uate chapters throughout the country. 




427 



Inter-Sorority Council 




BOTTOM ROW: Linda Phillips, secretary, treasurer; Chris 
Brewer, president; Kathy Phillips, vice president. SECOND 
ROW: Pat Swango; Georgia Thomason; Ann Preece; Sharon 
Razor; Barbara Jo Thomas; Cindi Dorman; Sandy Todd. THIRD 



ROW: Joyce Mason; Michie Winter; Susan Scola; Kaye Johnson; 
Marilyn Barnhart; Monica Decker; Jovita Dick; Donna Frasher; 
Billie Ratliff; Ann Watson; Sarah Vice. 



Inter-Fraternity Council 




BOTTOM ROW: Ken Putnam; Bill Wall, vice president; Ron 
Braun, president; Phil Woodall; Frank Seale; Richard Judson. 
SECOND ROW: Joel Vedelli; Joe Parasiliti; Gary Brueggen; 



Michael Nygren; John Bleidt; Lindy Riggins, secretary; Dean 
Paul Seyfrit, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Dennis Day; Rufus Brown; 
Mike Wills; Guy Colson; Neill Day; Mike Gebart. 



428 




MILITARY 



429 



Military Day Honors 
Eastern's R.O.T.C. Department 



Right: Fast moving action of the football game holds the un- 
divided attention of the R.O.T.C. Corps. Below: Park Drive 
finds R.O.T.C. men assembling for the annual Military Day 
Parade. 





430 






Top: First Sergeant Darrell Green cases the flag in respect 
to our nation's colors. Left: Companies pay tribute to President 
Martin and Governor Nunn during pre-game ceremonies. 
Above: After the pre-game activities, the troops fall out to 
enjoy an afternoon of football. 



431 



Cadets Strive to 

Learn Drill and 

Combat Training 



Right: The Pershing Rifles' Vallianettes entertain 
at a basketball half time show. Below: Military 
Police members take up an M-60 machine gun on 
a Jr.-Sr. F.T.X. 





432 




Below and Left: In hand-to-hand combat, Raiders 
learn to defend themselves against an armed enemy. 
Bottom: P.R.'s are honor guard for the John Hanlon 
dedication ceremonies. 





433 



The Military - Many 

Unique Parts To Make 

Up One Whole 

Right: The technique of hand-to-hand combat is 
practiced by Counter Guerrilla Raiders during an 
F.T.X. Below: The Spirit of Christmas could be 
heard through the voices of the Pershing Rifles. 





434 




Left: The C.G. cadets anxiously await the presenta- 
tion of their cords. Below left: The more glamorous 
side of the military marched during the pre-game 
ceremonies of Eastern's last home basketball game. 
Below: Precision, skill, and practice go into the 
intricate drill of the Pershing Rifles Suicide Squad. 





435 



AUSA 




BOTTOM ROW: C. M. Dozier; R. C. Sobanski; Joyce Mason, 
sponsor; R. F. Sprague, company commander; David Lee. SEC- 
OND ROW: Philip Nichols; Pat Shine; Bill Tremper; Raymond 
Bricking; Major W. H. Casey, advisor. THIRD ROW: David 



McKinney; William Farrell; Steve Miller; Dennis Van Horn; 
Roy Gibson. FOURTH ROW: Randolph Blackburn; David 
Phelps; Samuel Hill; Jack Phelps; David Vickers. FIFTH ROW: 
Michael Welch; Lansy Githerman; Charles Sewell; James Wright. 



The John Nick Combs Memorial Company o£ 
the Association of the United States Army is a 
national organization which is composed of 
both members of the basic and advanced corps 
of the ROTC department. 

The purposes of this organization include 
the improvement of the cadets and the service 
not only to the school but to the community 
as well. 

The AUSA company sponsors the annual 
Spring Military Ball, elects Queen Athena, and 
presents guest lecturers throughout the year. 
Along with these activities, the AUSA partici- 
pates in Eastern's homecoming parade. 




Chicken wire, pliers, dexterity and hard work all contribute to 
the making of a float. 



436 



ROTC Sponsors 









BOTTOM ROW: Dave Shaw; Terry Florence; Jim Given; Tom 
Thurman. SECOND ROW: Jan Hennessey; Dee Smith; Anne 
Vavra; Kathy Powers; Judy Hall; Lois Sparks; Christi Coates; 
Joyce Mason; Linda Nunn; Ann Lowhorn; Brenda Thompson; 
Barbara Miles; Patty Anderson; Jamie Mullins; Louisa Flook. 




THIRD ROW: Captain Meyer, Sponsor; Valerie Bullock; 
Connie Rozy; Donna Babinski; Carolyn Richardson; Julia Wil- 
liams; Edwina Doyle; Cheryl Hodges; Linda Coleman; Sandy 
Weyrich; Paula Creel; Diana Cruey; Anita Suro; Donna Siders. 



Each fall the advanced corps cadets nominate 
and elect a coed sponsor who will represent 
their unit during the forthcoming year. These 
young women are representative of the out- 
standing, beautiful and intelligent coeds on 
campus. 

These qualities are necessary for the activi- 
ties in which they are usually involved. Each 
Spring and Fall the sponsors make trips to 
Ireland Army Hospital, Fort Knox. Upon ar- 
rival, they begin a day of comforting Vietnam 
Veterans. This is where just a smile leads 
the way for a speedy recovery. Other activities 
include help given to aid the AUSA in provid- 
ing the materials for Richmond orphans to have 
a pleasant Christmas season. 

The lonely hours spent in recovery are shortened 
for a Vietnam veteran by Brenda Thompson's warm 
smile and cheerful personality. 



437 



Counter-Guerilla Raiders 




BOTTOM ROW: Hubert Hendrin; Jim Wright; Lawrence Du- 
lin; William Hils; Jim Beasly; Richard Sobanski, COMPANY 
COMMANDER. SECOND ROW: Steven Watkins; Terry 
Prather; Kenneth Kemble; Mike Froman; Allan Clark. THIRD 



ROW: Doug Warren; Stephen Cornett; Charles Sewell, Charles 
Murphy. FOURTH ROW: Gary Jenkin; William Farrell; Con- 
way Dooley; Randle Hays; Herald Bush. 



Counter-Guerrilla Raider Company is a mili- 
tary organization designed for the development, 
both physically and mentally, of cadets in the 
ROTC program who plan to defend our coun- 
try in the future. Its goal is to familiarize the 
cadets with the training which special forces 
receive. 

The C.G.'s do many things that other military 
organizations are not permitted to do on cam- 
pus. Some of these special activities are repel- 
ling and hand-to-hand combat. The member- 
ship is small compared to the activities carried 
out by the company due to the vigorous train- 
ing required to be admitted to the company. 




Lt. Col. Alonzo Golden presents Cadet Hubert Hendren with a special 
ribbon for being one of the top three pledges to graduate into the C. G. 
Company. 



438 



Military Police 




BOTTOM ROW: R. L. Baldwin; Mike Drago; Paul Carpenter; 
Francis Carrico; Roger Morefield; James Elam; Robert Givin, 
COMMANDER. SECOND ROW: Gary Reed; Wilfred Wright; 



George Hathaway; Jerry Elam; Larry Bates; James Miller. THIRD 
ROW: Gary Wilson; Gar)- Brown; Willard Dalton; Ronald 
Thompson; Craig Singer. 




In 1967, the Military Police Company, dedicated to Col- 
onel Everett M. Smith, was formed on the Eastern Ken- 
tucky University campus. The first of its kind in the nation, 
its purpose is to offer students interested in Military 
and Law Enforcement practical experience in these fields. 
Their members participate in security details, traffic de- 
tails and act as guides on campus. The Military Police 
take pride in their smart appearance and active role in 
benefiting the activities in school affairs at Eastern. 

Left: Military Police act as Color Guard during formal programs 
in Alumni Coliseum. 



439 



Pershing Rifles 



Company R-l began its fourteenth year of 
existence on Eastern's campus. After the annual 
week's work of handling registration activities, 
traffic direction, etc. members settled down to 
the task of developing competitive drill teams. 

Following a rigid twenty-two week pledge 
semester, the company admitted twenty-three 
new actives. The new members received their 
blue and white cords and ribbons at the annual 
Pledge Dance following a demanding "Hell 
Week" and second semester registration aid. 

This year, R-l founded a co-ed affiliate drill 
unit called "The Capers." The Capers also drill 
in competition, accompanying the IDR and 
Exhibition units in drill meets against schools 
in Kentucky and other states. 



Participating in the Homecoming Parade, the Suicide 
Squad display their unique precision abilities. 





BOTTOM ROW: Chloteno Branham; Paula Brown; Verna 
Hensley; Linda Heilman; Sharon Lakes; Nancy Barnes; Betty 
Dulworth; Donagene Branham; Susan Watkins; Rita Bell. 
SECOND ROW: Sharon Faulkner; Mary Jane Conley; Darlene 
Pullen; Singie Stephens; Dee Smith, sponsor; Karen Kleckner; 
Joanne Covington; Elaine Britt; Donna Cobb; Rita Osborne. 
THIRD ROW: Michael Cowman; Danny Dillman; David 



Phelps; Jack Phelps; David McKinney; Jack Whitney; Jack 
Crites; Carl Dozier; James Pleasant; Thomas Ramey. FOURTH 
ROW: Roy Stivers; John Pickarski; Samuel Hill; Richard Yates; 
Darrell Green; Mark Fleming; Randall Honeycutt; Garland 
Wilson; Lonnie Jones. FIFTH ROW: Thomas Pinkerton; Ray 
Staviski; Chip Osborne; Allen Muncy; Robert Brooks; Frank 
Niemeyer; Larry Farmer; Larry Solvey; Dewey Crawford. 



440 




STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 



441 



AURORA 




AURORA STAFF: Sandy Hinger; Shawna Cartwright; Audrey Morrison, Editor-in-Chief; Bev Meece; Cindi Dorman. 



AURORA, Eastern's magazine of creative writ- 
ing, is published in the spring of each year, 
under the sponsorship of the Canterbury Club. 
This magazine is published with the purpose 
of giving talented students a chance to write 
for publication, and to provide for the student 
body and faculty an example of what is being 
done on campus in the vein of creative en- 
deavors. Poems, short stories, one-act plays and 
essays are considered for publication, and with 
the birth of AURORA last year, art work was 
also accepted. Final selection for the magazine 
is done by the editors, but the staff works close- 
ly with faculty advisers, who read and comment 
on the submitted manuscripts. 

Working diligently, the AURORA staff performs the 
inevitable task required of all publications — proof- 
reading. 




442 







Craig Ammerman, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. 



Allen Trimble, EXECUTIVE EDITOR. 



EASTERN PROGRESS 

Expands in Size and Scope 

Information and interpretation of the events 
and crucial issues at and around Eastern is the 
task of THE EASTERN PROGRESS. 

THE EASTERN PROGRESS, presently in 
its forty-sixth year of publication, is published 
weekly throughout the academic year. It serves 
the campus with a full-size, twelve-page paper, 
the Commonwealth's largest weekly. 

Local reporting centered largely on a study 
of student affairs, revision of student govern- 
ment, civil rights, the rise of the Greeks and 
intercollegiate athletics. The nationally syndi- 
cated columnist, Carl Rowan, analytical car- 
toons of Hugh Haynie, the satirical pen of 
Feiffer and the personal column of Craig Am- 
merman gave a flavor to the award-winning 
editorial pages. 

Special supplements highlighting Eastern's 
athletic achievements, the Greek system and 
the fine arts were published during 1968-69. 
Increased local and national news and views 
generated sufficient readership and advertis- 
ing support to increase the size of the paper 
by two pages. 




443 



Ri^ht: Roy Watson, BUSINESS MANAGER. Beloiv 
Ris>ht: Karl Park, SPORTS EDITOR. Below: Joe 
Edwards, NEWS EDITOR. 






444 




PROGRESS STAFF: Julia Williams; John Perkins; Jack Frost; John Graves; 
Larry Bailey; Kenney Ritter; David Rains; Karen Schmidt. 



Kitty Dyehouse, ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR; Gayle Schloss, RESEARCH ED- 
ITOR. 





Mike Park, ASSISTANT BUSINESS MAN- 
AGER. 

Janet Coane, ACADEMICS EDITOR; Patty 
O'Neill, FEATURE EDITOR. 




445 



University Photographers 
Strive for Excellence 

The taking and processing of the thousands of 
pictures required for a yearbook the size of 
the MILESTONE is a monumental undertak- 
ing. In a concerted drive for quality, the work 
is multiplied, for it is sometimes necessary to 
take a half dozen or more shots to get the one 
good enough for publication. 

Directing Eastern's photographic services, 
which also include providing pictures for offi- 
cial University news and publication purposes 
and for the EASTERN PROGRESS, was Mr. 
Craig M. Clover, University Photographer. Mr. 
Clover came to Eastern with photographic ex- 
perience in the U. S. Army and with the Ken- 
tucky Department of Public Information and 
free lance work in California. 

It would have been impossible for the pho- 
tographic department to have accomplished its 
requirements without a staff of skilled student 
assistants, headed by Ken Harlow and Bobby 
Whitlock. 

Charged with the overall photographic responsibilities 
of the Office of Public Affairs is University Pho- 
tographer Craig M. Clover, whose expertise is evi- 
denced throughout the 1969 MILESTONE. 





KEN HARLOW 
Student Photographer 



BOBBY WHITLOCK 

Student Photographer 



446 




All assignments are not so tough for the student photographers. 







JOHN GRAVES 



TUG WILSON 



PATSY GROSS 



LARRY BAILEY 



447 



1969 Milestone Presents 
the "Spirit of Youth" 

College life perhaps represents the truest symbol of 
youth. The exuberance of fresh ideas, innovation and 
constant activity by young adults whose energy is burst- 
ing to be released demands that it be so. 

In the years ahead, something will spark a memory 
of past days at Eastern, which will cause us to remi- 
nisce. This is the thought which has given the editors 
direction in preparing this volume. This is what the 
1969 MILESTONE purports to do — to provide a per- 
manent record of the 1968-69 year on this campus 
in such a manner that it will be a source of enjoyment, 
of recollection of memories, and indeed, of pride for 
all Eastern people. 

Successor to four consecutive Ail-American winners, 
the '69 MILESTONE has tried to capture within these 
576 pages the symbols of Eastern — the smiles, the tears, 
the excitement, the hysteria, the triumphs, and, yes, 
the disappointments, too — all precious moments which 
represent "the greatest years of our lives." 

The finished product did not appear at once. It 
began as an idea that took much patience and countless 
hours of dedicated work to reach its present form. The 
'69 MILESTONE came about after inestimable time, 
imagination, and effort required to sponsor such "extra- 
curricular" activities as the Hall of Fame, Honor Roll 
and Senior Citations, all parts of what is perhaps the 
most comprehensive Honors Section in the country. 
And social recognition was not overlooked, evidenced 
by Miss Eastern, Mr. and Miss Popularity, and the ex- 
panded Beauty Section. 

The '69 MILESTONE, through the extra efforts of 
the business manager and the entire yearbook staff, 
was produced at an actual cost of approximately 25 
per cent more than its cost to the students of Eastern. 
But, regardless of its cost, the '69 MILESTONE, like 
its predecessors, will, hopefully, become a priceless 
possession in the personal libraries of 8,250 holders. 

It is hoped that you will read carefully every word 
and linger over each spread, because the '69 MILE- 
STONE tells a story with real meaning — the story 
of the SPIRIT OF YOUTH. 




MJ1EST0ME 



Above: James Culbertson, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. Below: Jim Gano, 
BUSINESS MANAGER. 




448 





Connie Wheeler and Carol Brassfield, ACADEMICS CO- 
EDITORS. 



Raymonde Nicely, MANAGING EDITOR. 





Daryl Poynter, HONORS EDITOR. 



Mary Anne Doyle, HAPPENING EDITOR. 



449 




Right: Jill Austin and Nancy Brucchieri, ORGANI- 
ZATIONS CO-EDITORS. Below Right: Skip Daugh- 
erty, SPORTS EDITOR. Below: Effie Wells and 
Marianne Falk, UNDERCLASS CO-EDITORS. 






nnniTi 1 11 rv rw> 



450 




BOTTOM ROW: Stephen Miller; Sharon Wientjes. SECOND 
ROW: Mike Bowers; Jim Marcum; Dick Burks; Pat Johnson; 
Bill Stoess; Bruce Joachim; Melinda Wheeler. 




Pat Lynch, INDEX EDITOR. 



451 




CLASSES 



mm ■ WSSB® 



Wr 




JUNIORS - Class of 1970 




FRONT ROW: LINDA CHISM, Student Council; SHANNON 
LOGAN, Treasurer; DONNA JUSTICE, Secretary. SECOND 
ROW: MIKE BOWERS, Reporter; GUY COLSON, Student 



Council; RALPH COX, Vice President; JIM MARCUM, Presi- 
dent. 



The Junior Class under the leadership of its 
president, Jim Marcum, sponsored activities 
which promoted academic and social life at 
Eastern. 

In an effort to recognize academic achieve- 
ment, the class of 1970 offered scholarships to 
Eastern students who excelled both academically 
and socially. Hoping to boost school spirit for 
Eastern athletes, the class started a spirit cam- 
paign. In addition to building a float for the 
Homecoming Parade, the class added spirit by 
sending up balloons at the beginning of the last 
football game played in Hanger Stadium. The 
class of 1970 closed a successful year by spon- 
soring the Prom and Prom Concert. 



454 




CHARLYN L. ABELL 

Shepherdsville 
PAUL E. ABERCRUMBIE 

Covington 
GARY C. ABNEY 

Richmond 
BEVERLY A. ACHZEHNER 

Fort Thomas 
NEVELYN N. ACTON 

Danville 
CAROL M. ADAMS 

Monticello 
KAREN ADAMS 

Cynthiana 
ROBERT E. ADAMS 

Newport 
SHARON R. ADAMS 

Erlanger 
AGNES AKEMON 

Hazard 
MARGARET S. ALBRIGHT 

Newport News, Virginia 
JAMES G. ALEXANDER 

Harrodsburg 
LINDA K. ALEXANDER 

Campton 
BRENDA D. ALLEY 
. McCarr 
CLAUDE F. ALLEY 

Forest Hills 
RONALD E. ALLISON 

Corning, New York 
CLINTON S. ALLTEN 

Richmond 
E. GARY AMBURGEY 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
ELLIS C. ANDERSON 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
PAUL P. ANDREWS, JR. 

Southampton, L. I.. New York 
ELIZABETH D. ANGEL 

LeBanon 
GLENN E. ANGUS 

Flint, Michigan 
BEVERLY K. APPLEGATE 

Manchester, Ohio 
ENRICO P. AQUINO 

Haskell, New Jersey 
TIM A. ARGABRIGHT 

Anderson, Indiana 
SHARON L. ARMSTRONG 

Louisville 
JAN ARNEY 

Carrollton 
GERALD W. ARNOLD 

Erlanger 



Experience Leads to Progress 



LINDA K. ARNOLD 

Louisville 
JERRY A. BABER 

Paris 
DONNA V. BABINSKI 

Manville, New Jersey 
JULIE BADER 

Jeffersontown 
RONALD C. BAGWELL 

Lebanon 
STEPHEN C. BAHNS 

Centerville, Ohio 
DONNA M. BAILEY 

Gordon 
OSCAR L. BAILEY 

Lancaster 
ALLEN H. BAKER 

Crab Orchard 
MARGARET A. BAKER 

Manchester 
CHARLENE L. BALDINGER 

Cold Spring 
JOSEPH T. BALMOS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL L. BANNING 

Louisville 
DAVID B. BANNISTER 

Paris 
BARRY G. BARD 

Erlanger 
SUE BARGER 

Richmond 
JOHN J. BARKER, JR. 

Louisville 
MARGARET H. BARNARD 

Mt. Sterling 
DAVID C. BARNES 

Lexington 
HARRIETT R. BARNES 

Colonial Heights, Virginia 
NANCY j. BARNES 

Alexandria 
JACK C. BARNETT, JR. 

Louisville 
LINDA L. BARTH 

Dayton 
FRANCES BARTHEL 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MITCHEL F. BASS 

Louisville 
CONSTANCE J. BAUGHMAN 

Vandalia, Ohio 
ELAINE J. BAULT 

Greensburg 
GARY S. BEAGLE 

Valley Station 




455 




WM. T. BEASLEY 

Louisville 
BRENDA S. BEATY 

Dayton 
JANICE BEGLEY 

Buckhorn 
SHARON BEGLEY 

Lebanon 
LANA L. BELL 

Louisville 
RITA F. BELL 

Monticello 
DORIS L. BENGE 

Manchester 
BARBARA L. BENNETT 

Manchester 
LOIS V. BENNETT 

Louisville 
CAROLYN M. BERGER 

St. Albans, West Virginia 
CLETUS M. BERTRAM 

Monticello 
LYNNE M. BILESKE 

Fredonia, New York 
THOMAS BILLINGS 

Felton, Delaware 
MARY L. BLACK 

London 
NEVILLE L. BLAKEMORE 

Seminole, Florida 
GARY J. BLEICHNER 

Southgate 
JILL BLOOMER 

Kettering, Ohio 
ERNEST L. BOARDMAN 

Richmond 
GUIDO BOGGIO 

Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey 
CHARLES R. BOGLE 

Louisville 
LINDA L. BOHANNON 

Pleasureville 
KIETH . BOLLY 

Richmond 
C. JEFFREY BONNELL 

Worthington, Ohio 
BILLIE T. BONNY 

Irvine 
MARSHA W. BONNY 

Irvine 
MICHAEL R. BORDERS 

Paintsville 
DARRELL M. BOWERS 

Springfield, Ohio 
DAVID G. BOWLING 

Hamilton, Ohio 



JUNIORS 



LYNN E. BOYER 

Grand Isle, Bahamas 
JANE W, BRANCH 

DELORIS A. BRANDENBURG 

Clay City 
FREDDY BRANHAM 

Pikeville 
KAREN R. BRANSCOME 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES R. BRANSCUM 

Taylor, Michigan 
GARY T. BRANTLEY 

Homestead, Florida 




Juniors learn to smile and accept the fact 
that moving is unavoidable. 




CAROL L. BRASSFIELD 

Winchester 
ROBERT F. BRAUN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KEN E. BREWER 

Franklin, Ohio 
DONNA J. BREWSTER 

Pekin, Indiana 
JAMES F. BRIBE 

Hardinsburg 
JOHN D. BRIDEWELL 

Alexandria 
ELAINE W. BRITT 

Vanceburg 
MILDRED E. BROUSSARD 

Louisville 
BETTY A. BROWN 

Bardstown 
CATHY J. BROWN 

Clifton, New Jersey 
COY J. BROWN 

Brodhead 
JAMES D. BROWN 

Richmond 
JANIS R. BROWN 

Lexington 
LIZ BROWN 

Whitesburg 
PATRICIA L. BROWN 

Albany 
CAROL A. BROWNING 

Lexington 
NANCY C. BRUCCHIERI 

Louisville 
GARY S. BRUEGGEN 

Dayton 
THOMAS G. BRUMBACK 

Goshen 
JAMES D. BRYANT 

Hazard 
NANCY L. BRYANT 

Harlan 
PAUL H. BUCKHOLZ 

Frankfort 
DONALD S. BUEHLER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DARRELL E. BUMGARDNER 

Campton 
RONALD L. BURGESS 

Carroll ton 
ANN R. BUNK 

Cynthiana 
BETTY L. BURKE 

Somerset 
HAROLD J. BURKE 

Gardiner, Maine 




Juniors Enter Into a Year of Excitement 




457 



DON R. BURKHEAD 

Winchester 
LESTER C. BURRES 

Louisville 
SUE A. BUSH 

Louisville 
WANDA M. BUTCHER 

Falmouth 
LARRY L. BYRD 

West Chester, Ohio 
RONALD L. BYRD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LORI W. BYRNE 

Louisville 
NINA CALDER 

Louisville 
SHERRY L. CALDWELL 

329 Center St. Berea 
KATHERINE CALLIS 

Lancaster 
PETE CAMPASSI, III 

Frankfort 
KENNETH E. CAMPBELL 

Nerk, Ohio 
MARY S. CAMPBELL 

Barbourville 
DIANNE CARDER 

Campbellsburg 
LINDA K. CARMAN 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
JOAN F. CARNES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DAVID K. CARPENTER 

Shelbyville 
PAMELA G. CARPENTER 

Harrodsburg 
JUDITH E. CARROLL 

Batesville, Indiana 
ANN V. CARTER 

Louisville 
CLYDE E. CARTER 

Monticello 
SHAWNA J. CARTWRIGHT 

Bromley 
MICHAEL J. CASEY 

Lexington 
VICTORIA L. CASTEGNARO 

Hardburly 
MICHAEL S. CATLETT 

Shelbyville 
MICHAEL A. CAUDILL 

Teffersontown 
CHARLES H. CAYTON 

Warsaw 
THOMAS E. CAYTON 

Dayton 



ROBERT L. CELLA 

Dover, New Jersey 
DATHA P. CHADWELL 

Somerset 
DAVID C. CHADWELL 

Barbourville 
MICHAEL T. CHAPMAN 

Louisville 
ROY L. CHAPMAN 

Phelps 
ANN F. CHARIOTT 

Westport, Connecticut 
DIANA C. CHESSER 

Louisville 
BRENDA L. CHISM 

Winchester 
LINDA L. CHISM 

Winchester 
BETTY S. CLARK 

Lancaster 
LARRY B. CLEVINGER 

Elkhorn City 
GARY F. CLIFTON 

Owenton 
JUDY A. CLOUSE 

So. Ft. Mitchell 
JANET L. COANE 

Ft. Pierce, Florida 
DEBORAH J. COBB 

Ft. Mitchell 
DONNA C. COBB 

Williamstown 
GILLIAM L. COLE 

Winchester 
CHARLES C. COLEMAN 

Ft. Thomas 
DONNA L. COLEMAN 

Middlesboro 
BYRON L. COLLINS 

Richmond 
DIANA R. COLLINS 

Elkhorn City 
GUY R. COLSON 

Campbellsville 
JOHN L. COLVIN 

Volga 
PAULETTE COMBS 

Sassafras 
TRUMAN S. CONGLETON, JR. 

Beattyville 
SHERRY L. CONN 

Harold 
MICHELLE L. CONNELLY 

Princeton, New Jersey 
SUSAN J. CONNORS 

Louisville 




Tensions Can Build as Classes Progress 




CRAIG H. CONRAD 

West Coxsackie. New York 
BOBBY COOK 

Shelbyville 
FREDERICK J. COOK 

Utica, New York 
RICKEY L. COOPER 

Russell Srpings 
EUNICE Y. CORBETT 

Louisville 
ROBERT L. CORBIN 

Lexington 
THOMAS L. CORDES 

Napoleon, Ohio 
JIMMIE A. CORNETT 

Skyline 
SONDRA L. CORNETT 

Richmond 
MICHAEL F. COWMAN 

Wilmington. Ohio 
GARY G. COX 

Independence 
JAUENA A. COX 

Lancaster 
JUANITA F. COX 

Mt. Vernon 
NORMAN R. COX 

Wilmington, Ohio 
RALPH W. COX 

Elizabethtown 
GERALD G. CRACRAFT 

Covington 
MARTHA M. CRAFT 

Richmond 
CHARLES S. CRAIG 

Falmouth 
FRANK CRAMER 

Bolivar, Ohio 
JOHN B. CRITES 

Wilmington, Ohio 
DAVID W. CROSS 

Louisville 
JOYCE A. CROSSFIELD 

Lawrenceburg 
LARRY R. CROUCHER 

Ashland 
MONICA I. CROWE 

Stanton 
DIANA F. CRUEY 

Covington 
DONNA CRYER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
BARRY K. CUMMINS 

Brooksville 
EARL C. CUMMINS 

Mt. Vernon 



458 




JACKSON L. CUMMINS 

Independence 
STEVE C. CURRAN 

S. Ft. Mitchell 
TAMMIE L. CUSTIS 

Wilmington, Ohio 
THOMAS M. CZARKOWSKI 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 
JIMMY P. D'AMBROSIO 

So. Ft. Mitchel 
ROGER DANE 

Keyport, New Jersey 
RONNIE T. DANIEL 

Oxford. Ohio 
THEODORE DANIEL 

Paintsville 
WILLIAM C. DARLAND 

Harrodsburg 
CARL D. DAVIS, II 

Middlesboro 
HARRISON B. DAVIS 

Barbourville 
WILLIAM E. DAVIS 

LaGrange 
DAVID L. DAWKINS 

Louisville 
C. BENTON DAY 

Paris 
MONICA M. DECKER 

Winchester 
PATRICIA S. DeJARNETTE 

Winchester 
MICHELE B. DENHAM 

Maysville 
TINA V. DENTON 

Erlanger 
JOHN F. DeSPAIN 

Maysville 
DARYL J. DEVBNER 

Zoar, Ohio 
RALPH E. DEVINE 

Springfield 
JOVITA R. DICK 

West Milton, Ohio 
DONALD D. DICKSON, JR. 

Maysville 
DEBORAH A. DIGBY 

Moorestown, New Jersey 
MARY W. DOWNING 

Maysville 
CARL M. DOZIER 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
DOUGLAS G. DRAPER 

Dayton 
DUANE C. DRINGENBURG 

Florence 



JUNIORS 



DAVE A. DUFF 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BETTY J. DULWORTH 

Louisville 
DAVID A. DUNAWAY 

Louisville 
RANDALL E. DUNLAP 

Waynesville, Ohio 
DELORES DUNN 

Lexington 
JAMES C. DUNNETT 

Maysville 
TIM DURISIN 

Duquesne, Pennsylvania 
DORIS D. DWYER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONALD L. EASTER 

Beattyville 
SANDRA L. EATON 

Madison, New Jersey 
THOMAS C. EDDINS 

Frankfort 
HAROLD D. EDEN 

Berea 
DEBORA A. EDWARDS 

Louisville 
JOE M. EDWARDS 

Crawfordsville, Indiana 




Some people take long walks to relieve frustrations, 
but this student has another method. 



^V 



;>-»• 




459 




ROBERT M. EGAN 

Bellevue 
DAVID \V. EHRET 

Easton, Pennsylvania 
GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT 

Corbin 
PEGGY W. ELLIS 

Louisville 
BRUCE R. ELIAS 

Georgetown 
MARY R. ELOVITZ 

Lexington 
DERALD E. EMORY 

Fort Knox 
CAROLYN E. ENGEL 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DENNIS H. ENGLAND 

Middlesboro 
VIRGINIA C. EPLING 

Pikeville 
WILLIAM J. ESTEP 

Louisville 
NANCY L. ESTRIDGE 

Loyall 
ANNA L. EVANS 

Lebanon 
WILLIAM V. FARRELL 

Frankfort 
SHARON M. FALKWER 

Stanton 
JOSEPHINE FELTNER 

Leatherwood 
WILLIAM F. FELTNER 

Manchester 
RONALD W. FERGUSON 

Bronx, New York 
SUSAN C. FETTER 

Louisville 
GERALD K. FIELDS 

Falmouth 
DIANE L. FISCHER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ELLEN F. FISCHER 

LaGrange 
MARK FISCHER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL L. FISK 

Dry Ridge 
MARVIN C. FITZGERALD 

Monticello 
DAVID A. FITZPATRICK 

Springfield, Ohio 
SHARON L. FLAHERTY 

Louisville 
THELMA F. FLECKIGER 

Covington 



The Lettermen Captivate Eastern Audience 



JAMES L. FLOWERS, JR. 

Manning, South Carolina 
MARILYN B. FLOWERS 

Albany 
JAMES J. FOLLMER 

Mavsville 
GARY E. FOOKES 

Parle Hills 
JAMES M. FORSYTHE 

Paris 
TIM FOSDICK 

Ft. Thomas 
JUANITA G. FOSTER 

Richmond 
DONNA L. FOUST 

Louisville 
J. D. FRANKENBERGER 

Louisville 
GARY R. FRANKLIN 

Bellevue 
ROBERT E. FRENCH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
VAUGHN FREY 

Carlisle 
SANDRA J. FRYE 

Cains Store 
REBECCA J. FRYMAN 

Cynthiana 
SANDRA F. FRYMAN 

Cynthiana 
DOUGLAS FUGATE 

Hazard 
GLEN M. FUGATE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DIANE P. FULLENWIDER 

Richmond 
KENNETH D. FULMER 

Erlanger 
DONNA G. FULTON 

Erlanger 
LESLIE A. FUNK 

Springfield, Ohio 
JAMES H. GABBARD 

Guerrant 
ROY D. GABBARD 

Corbin 
CHARLES W. GaGEL 

Louisville 
SIDNEY L. GAGEL 

Louisville 
M. SUE GALLENSTEIN 

Maysville 
GERALD L. GALLOWAY 

Falmouth 
SHARON F. GARRETT 

Whitesburg 




f^ % f # 



kVfcifTll 



460 




One of the Lettermen takes time out to get better ac- 
quainted with the audience. 



STEPHEN E. GARRETT 

Irvine 
GARY W. GARRISON 

Ft. Thomas 
JOYCE A. GARRISON 

Manchester 
LYNDA J. GATES 

Rosemont. Pennsylvania 
BERTRAM D. GAY 

London 
LARRY M. GENTON 

Crab Orchard 
WILLIAM E. GENTON 

Crab Orchard 
DOUGLAS D. GEPHART 

Springboro, Ohio 
MICHAEL E. GERACE 

Parma. Ohio 
JERRY GIANCOLA 

Louisville 
HARRY R. GIBBS 

Atlanta. Georgia 
JAMES C. GIBSON 

Georgetown, South Carolina 
CEBERT GILBERT 

Stanton 
GENE GILBERT 

Dayton, Ohio 




JUNIORS 




RICHARD E. GIVAN 

Louisville 
GARY F. GLASS 

Lexington 
LINDA S. GLASS 

Georgetown 
MARSHA J. GLASSCOCK 

Taylorsville 
SHIRLEY A. GOBLE 

Ivel 
PATRICIA M. GOLDEY 

Nicholasville 
PRICE S. GOLDSTON 

Dinvilie 
CAROLYN A. GOOCH 

Stanford 
CAROLYN K. GOODNIGHT 

Lexington 
CARL K. GOUGH 

Winchester 
PHYLLIS J. GOULD 

Irvine 
GARY L. GRANT 

Louisville 
J. FREDERICK GRANT 

Denver, Colorado 
HAROLD S. GRAY 

Frankfort 
KENNETH E. GRAY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARIETTA GRAY 

Manchester 
ROBERT S. GREEN 

Lexington 
THEODORE C. GREEN 

Atlanta. Georgia 
JaNELLE GREENE 

Florence 
MARTY GREGORY 

Fredonia, New York 
EDWARD W. GRIDLEY, II 

Lexington 
ELLEN R. GRIFFIN 

Richmond 
VIRGINIA F. GRIGGS 

Lancaster 
LARRY R. GRINER 

Louisville 
MARK T. GRITTON 

Lawrenceburg 
PHYLLIS J. GRITTON 

Bloomfield 
DIANA E. GROSS 

Beatryville 
MICHAEL L. GROVES 

Valley Station 




TERRY V. GRUELLE 

Union 
ELLEN G. GUTKNECHT 

Franksville, Wisconsin 
CYNTHIA W. GYSIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDITH A. HABEKOST 

West Alexandria, Ohio 
REBECCA A. HACKER 

Wild Cat 
JANE F. HALCOMB 

Manchester 
MARGIE A. HALCOMB 

Camden, Ohio 
WARD B. HALE 

Prestonsburg 
FREIDA L. HALL 

Berea 
SHERRY J. HALL 

Larkslane 
TERESIA A. HALL 

Springfield, Ohio 
WILLIAM J. HALL 

Louisville 
CHARLES H. HAMILTON 

Morrow, Ohio 
DAN N. HAMILTON 

Madison, Indiana 
FINLEY R. HAMILTON 

Richmond 
CAROL J. HAMMOND 

Kenton 
ZOLA A. HAMMOND 

Eustis, Florida 
PAULA L. HAMMONS 

Corbin 
PATSY P. HAMPTON 

Cynthiana 
HERBERT M. HANCOCK 

Carrollton 
JAMES A. HANDMAN 

Louisville 
RAYMOND E. HANGER 

Troy, Ohio 
LINDA R. HANKINS 

Fort Mitchell ' 
H. EDWARD HARBER 

Corbin 
CHARLES E. HARDY, JR. 

Lexington 
CHERYL L. HARDY 

Butler 
EDWARD J. HARE 

Cambridge, Ohio 
PAMELA S. HARMON 

Greenup 



Warm Fall Days Brought Students Outdoors 



BRENDA A. HARNEY 

Paris 
DANNY HARRIS 

Somerset 
LARRY K. HARRISON 

Winchester 
PAULA J. HARRISON 

Richmond 
ROBERT J. HARRISON 

Beattyville 
JULIE A. HART 

Fort Myers, Florida 
F. MICHAEL HASSAN 

Newport 
PHILLIP L. HATCHER 

Pikeville 
WALTER W. HATTERICK 

Cynthiana 
LORAINE C. HAUSCHILDT 

Louisville 
LARRY HAY 

Maysville 
PAUL B. HAY 

Winchester 
ROSE M. HAYDEN 

Jeffersontown 
DAVID M. HAYES 

Trenton, Ohio 
TOM HAYNES 

Richmond 
BEN L. HEK 

San Diego, California 
ROBERT J. HEMMING 

Latham, Ohio 
L. KEITH HENDRICKS 

Louisville 
MARTHA K. HENDRIX 

Downingtown, Pennsylvania 
MARY B. HENSLEY 

Manchester 
MICHAEL W. HENSLEY 

Orlando, Florida 
TIMOTHY N. HERN 

Lancaster, Pennyslvania 
JAN HERNDON 

Dayton, Ohio 
ALBERT D. HEWETSON 

Ft. Thomas 
NANCY E. HEWITT 

Louisville 
RICHARD L. HILEMAN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
RALPH M. HILLER 

London 
GAYLE J. HINES 

Goshen, Ohio 




462 






SANDRA S. HINGER 

Dayton, Ohio 
LARRY W. HITCH 

Covington 
MEREDITH G. HOFFMAN 

Ft. Thomas 
MICHAEL J. HOFFMAN 

Southgate. Michigan 
RICHARD T. HOGAN 

Salem, New Jersey 
YVONNE M. HOGG 

Louisville 
JULIA A. HOLLAN 

Booneville 
JAN HOLLAND 

Canton, North Carolina 
CHARLES D. HOLLAR 

Cynthiana 
G. TRENTON HOLTSBERRY 

Worthington, Ohio 
LISABETH J. HOPKINS 

McDowell 
SANDRA K. HORN 

Cynthiana 
SANDRA J. HORSLEY 

Louisville 
BETSY C. HOSKINS 

Pine Ridge 
BEVERLY A. HOSKLNS 

Liberty 
GARY W. HOUBEN 

Alexandria 
MICHAEL D. HOUNSHELL 

Bristol. Virginia 
GERRY L. HOUSE 

South Fort Mitchell 
JIMMY W. HOWARD 

Lancaster 
LINDA L. HOWLETT 

Shepherdsville 
HAZELLE A. HUDSON 

CONSTANCE L. HUFFMAN 

Shelbian3 
GERALD W. HUGHES 

Simpsonville 
MICHELLE HUMBLE 

Monticello 
ANNA F. HUNLEY 

Somerset 
RHETA I. HUNT 

McAndrews 
BETTY A. HUPP 

Bloomfield 
ALAN J. HYDEN 

Martin 




JUNIORS 




LINDA K. IRVIN 

Columbia 
ARNOLD C. ISAACS 

Waynesburg 
INGRID C. JACKSON 

Junction City 
MARK S. JACKSON 

Lexington 
SUE M. JACKSON 

Flemingsburg 
ANDREW JAYSNOVITCH 

South River, New Jersey 
BARBARA A. JEFFRIES 

Liberty 
PAUL R. JEFFRIES 

Moreland 
LINDA A. JENKINS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CLINTON JETT, JR. 

Mt. Olivet 
BRENDA A. JEWELL 

Mt. Eden 
BERT N. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
CHARLOTTE E. JOHNSON 

Pikeville 
COOLEE J. JOHNSON 

Hazard 




Modern art? Could be. 



463 




This coed soon discovered that short skirts can 
create a problem. 




GREGORY JOHNSON 

Myra 
JACQUELINE C. JOHNSON 

Berea 
JAMES S. JOHNSON 

London 
JOHN P. JOHNSON 

Richmond 
JON K. JOHNSON 

Mobile, Alabama 
MARY P. JOHNSON 

Valois, New York 
MICHAEL C. JOHNSON 

Corbin 



JUNIORS 



SANDRA K. JOHNSON 

Pikeville 
STEPHON R. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
DAVID C. JONES 

Anderson. Indiana 
JAN D. JONES 

Harrodsburg 
JOHN F. JONES 

Danville 
LONNIE C. JONES 

Carrollton 
PAUL D. JONES 

Sadieville 
PEARL JONES 

Jackson 
ROBERT D. JONES 

East Bernstadt 
SANDRA L. JONES 

Stanford 
TIMOTHY J. JONES 

Bellevue 
BONNIE L. JORDAN 

Mt. Vernon 
DANIEL D. JORDAN 

Milroy, Indiana 
KITTY A. JORDAN 

Piqua, Ohio 
RICHARD W. JUDSON 

Bardstown 
GARY K. JUSTICE 

Pikeville 
PHOEBE C. JUSTICE 

Lookout 
JOHN N. KANE 

Louisville 
ROBERT C. KANZINGER 

Louisville 
NORBERT P. KAZINSKI 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 
CONNIE C. KEEN 

Maloneton 
KAROL Y. KEEN 

Kalamazoo. Michigan 
KENNETH W. KEEN 

Hyden 
JOHN D. KEENAN 

Louisville 
PAUL KEIBLER 

Louisville 
LARRY M. KEITHLEY 

New Ab3ny. Indiana 
BETTY L. KEMPER 

Frankfort 
CARL M. KENDALL 

Carrollton 




464 




GEORGE B. KENDRICK 

Paris 
GOLDIE C. KIDWELL 

Walton 
RUTH A. KIEFER 

Louisville 
GARY J. KINCAID 

Smithfield 
DOUGLAS K. KING 

McAndrews 
GAIL E. KING 

Cynthiana 
JERRY K. KING 

Paint Lick 
DINAH M. KIRBY 

Richmond 
DONALD C. KISSLER 

Louisville 
ALICE F. KLABER 

Falmouth 
GARY G. KLENK 

Buffalo, New York 
CHARLES F. KLEYKAMP 

Russell 
SUSAN A. KLINGENSMITH 

Bowling Green, Ohio 
WM. P. KNIGHT 

Louisville 
WARREN J. KOOI 

Pitman, New Jersey 
STEPHEN G. KORNFELD 

Linden, New Jersey 
SUSAN E. KOTTE 

Loveland, Ohio 
DAVID W. KREBS 

Richmond 
VINA KREBS 

Richmond 
DAVE R. KREMER 

Ft. Thomas 
MARCEY KRINGLE 

Radcliff 
JONG Y. KWON 

Korea 
KATHY A. LALLY 

Louisville 
TIM B. LANFERSIER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BETTY A. LANGDON 

Manchester 
RUBY LANGDON 

Manchester 
ROBERT P. LaPORTA 

Lodi, New Jersey 
PATRICIA A. LaROSA 

Newport 



Dating: A Way of Life 



ROBERT B. LAUX 

Sarasota, Florida 
ELEANOR J. LAW 

Lexington 
JUDY L. LAWSON 

Harrodsburg 
LINDA S. LAWSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
NEDRA S. LAWSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PATSY L. LAWSON 

Williamsburg 
PATRICIA A. LEAR 

Paint Lick 
JUDY R. LEATHERS 

Jackson 
JANET K. LEE 

Mt. Sterling 
LENVILLE R. LEE 

Barbourville 
ROY D. LEE 

Middletown 
LINDA C. LEGEL 

Louisville 
WILLIAM E. LESAK 

Louisville 
ANTOINETTE LESLIE 

Pikeville 
DANNY H. LESTER 

Feds Creek 
CHRISTINA H. 

LEWANDOWSKI 

Collingswood, New Jersey 
BARBARA L. LEWIS 

Richmond 
JOHN L. LEWIS 

New Lexington, Ohio 
MARTIN A. LEWIS 

Inwood. Long Island, New York 
DOROTHY A. LIKE 

Maple Shade, New Jersey 
SUSAN D. LINDSEY 

Eaton, Ohio 
CHARLES W. LINK 

Washington Court House, Ohio 
RICHARD R. LISI 

Richmond 
PHYLLIS D. LITTLE 

Price 
CALVIN M. LLOYD 

Louisville 
RICHARD V. LOCKARD 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
CYNDY J. LOCKE 

Louisville 
A. SHANNON LOGAN 

Wheelwright 




465 



RAY R. LONG 

Pine Knot 
ANN E. LONGNECKER 

Hagustown, Maryland 
MICHAEL R. LOUGHMILLER 

Valley Station 
SUSAN E. LOVELL 

Rchmond 
LORETTA A. LOWHORN 

Albany 
RICHARD W. LYNSTER 

New York, New York 
DANIEL M. MacDONALD 

Wilmington, Ohio 
DAVID L. MacDONALD 

Wilmington. Ohio 
VIVIEN D. McANINCH 

Liberty 
MICHAEL W. McCALPIN 

Hollidaysburg. Pennsylvania 
RON B. McCLOUD 

Worthington 
JOHN M. McCORMACK 

Ft. Wright 
RONALD G. McCOY 

Pikeville 
LYNDA K. McDONALD 

Wihliamsburg, Ohio 

vicki g. Mcdowell 

Mt. Olivet 
CECIL D. McFARLAND 

Tater Knob 
DANNY D. McKINNEY 

Paris 
ELOISE J. McKITRIC 

Harrodsburg 
MARILYN K. McLEMORE 

Richmond 
KATHY J. McMILLIN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
EMERY G. McQUEEN 

Bond 
WILLIAM M. McVICKER 

Danville 
JAMES B. MACY 

Union City, Indiana 
MARCIA A. MAHER 

Covington 
SANDRA J. MAHER 

Richmond 
LYNN E. MANAHAN 

Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 
MICHAEL A. MANCIK 

Lexington 
MARION K. MANN 

Carlisle 




Juniors' Float Exhibits Spirit of Youth 




WILLIAM E. MARCH 

Miami, Florida 
DANNY L. MARCUM 

Eminence 
JAMES C. MARCUM 

West Point 
JAMES H. MARCUM, II 

Paint Lick 
ROBERT K. MARINARO 

Elkhorn City 
WILLIAM L. MARKSBERRY 

Florence 
KELBY S. MARLETT 

Louisville 
PAUL R. MARMIE 

Barnesville, Ohio 
GREGORY T. MARQUIS 

Erlanger 
GREGORY L. MARSHALL 

Frankfort 
ARNOLD W. MARTIN 

Evarts 
LINDA L. MARTIN 

Corbin 
MELVIN S. MARTIN 

Bountiful, Utah 
MONTE H. MARTIN 

Kettering, Ohio 
PATTY L. MARTIN 

Stanton 
MARGIE E. MARTINEK 

Middletown, Ohio 
EDWIN M. MASON 

Lexington 
LARRY N. MASON 

Lexington 
AUDREY MASTIN 

Yerkes 
EDWARD MASTREAN 

Arr.bridge, Pennsylvania 
BOBBY F. MATNEY 

Elkhorn City 
CAROLYN L. MAUPIN 

Richmond 
JOHN J. MAUTNER 

Interlaken, New Jersey 
KELLY G. MAY 

Pikeville 
SHEILA MEAD 

Hi-Hat 
TERRY E. MEADOWS 

Flatwoods 
DAVID L. MEEKS 

Greenup 
TOM K. MEEKS 

Cropper 



466 








i 



\ ■ 



V 

n 










At last the final touches are put onto what was 
once an empty hay wagon, a roll of chicken wire, 
and a huge pile of paper flowers. 



ROBERT D. MEENACH 
Flatwoods 

HENRY T. MERCER 

Sabina, Ohio 
MICHAEL A. MERRIFIELD 

Louisville 
MERLE L. METELITS 

Norwalk, Connecticut 
DENISE A. METZGER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BEVERLY A. MIDDLETON 

Mason, Ohio 
CHARLES K. MIFFLIN 

Lexington 




JUNIORS 




$ U\ 9. 




REX E. MILBURN 

Springfield 
CAROL M. MILLER 

Louisville 
DORIS J. MILLER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
GERALDINE MILLER 

Liberty 
JAMES P. V MILLER, JR. 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
REBA L. MILLER 

Corbin 
RONNIE O. MILLER 

Erlanger 
SUE C. MILLION 

Erlanger 
DENVER R. MILLS 

Pineville 
ROBERT E. MILLS 

Manchester 
MARGARET GAIL P. MINKE 

Lexington 
KAREN L. MITCHELL 

Grethel 
MARTIN V. MITCHELL 

Louisville 
ROBERT B. MITCHELL 

Buffalo. New York 
CAROLYN MOBLEY 

Wilmington, Ohio 
JEFFRY D. MOFFITT 

Ft. Thomas 
DANNY A. MOGG 

Albany 
JAMES B. MONEY 

Milford, Ohio 
ROBERT D. MONFORT 

Norwood, Ohio 
BARBARA D. MONSON 

Irvine 
JOHN D. MOODY 

Lonesome Dove. Texas 
BOBBIE L. MOORE 

Drift 
DORIS M. MOORE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
JAMES R. MOORE 

Pikeville 
JOSEPH B. MOORE 

Nicholasville 
MARY MOORE 

Huntington, New York 
TERESA K. MOORE 

Mt. Sterling 
RITA G. MORGAN 

Lebanon. Ohio 



467 



BONNIE L. MORRIS 

Pitman, New Jersey 
WYTHE C. MORRIS, JR. 

Wytheville, Virginia 
JOE W. MOYER 

Mansfield, Ohio 
JAMES E. MUDD 

Pewee Valley 
BENNY A. MULLINS 

McRoberts 
JAMIE L. MULLINS 

Mt, Vernon 
RODNEY E. MULLINS 

Jenkins 
VICKI L. MULLINS 

Florence 
WILLIAM S. MULLINS 

Dix Dam 
JOHN S. MUMME 

Newport 
LINDA L. MUNCY 

Hyden 
FRED K. MUNDEY 

New Carlisle. Ohio 
CLARENCE W. MURPHY 

Lebanon 
THOMAS W. MURPHY, JR. 

McKeesport, Pennsylvania 
ANGELA G. MURRAY 

Richmond 
ANN L. MUSKOPF 

Fairfield. Ohio 
REGINA J. MYERS 

Richmond 
DONALD M. NALLEY 

Louisville 
JERRY D. NECESSARY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DAVID W. NELSON 

London 
RICHARD A. NETZLEY 

Pleasant Hill, Ohio 
JOHN O. NEUGEBAUER 

Corning, New York 
SAM H. NEWCOMB 

Campbellsville 
RAYMONDE NICELY 

Kettering, Ohio 
JOYCE L. NICHOLAS 

Somerset • 
PATRICIA A. NICHOLAS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT B. NIEMEIER 

Louisville 
JOHN A. NOLAND 

Ft. Myers, Florida 




Thanksgiving Vacation Can't Come Too Soon 




DENNIS R. NOLTING 

Columbus, Indiana 
ROBERTA N. NOONING 

Louisville 
RONALD L. NORCROSS 

Lakewood, New Jersey 
DOUGLAS W. OATLEY 

Lexington 
MERLE R. ODLE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
BEVERLY S. OERTHER 

Louisville 
KATHLEEN M. OGRADY 

Syracuse, New York 
PATRICIA B. OLIVER 

Williamson, West Virginia 
KATHLEEN E. O'NEILL 

Easton, Pennsylvania 
PATRICIA A. O'NEILL 

Fort Pierce, Florida 
GARY L. OSBORNE 

Eubank 
GARY R. OSBORNE 

Portsmouth. Ohio 
LARRY S. OSBORNE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
LEONARD S. OSBORNE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
STANLEY J. OSBORNE 

Virgie 
GLENN A. OTT 

Louisville 
S. JOAN OVERSTREET 

Louisville 
SUE A. OWENS 

Stanford 
JOHNNY L. PACE 

Dizney 
JANE A. PALMER 

Frankfort 
RUSSELL T. PALSGROVE 

Vandalia, Ohio 
MARILYN S. PARK 

Moorestown, New Jersey 
DIANE E. PARKER 

Greenup 
ROGER G. PARKER 

Neptune City, New Jersey 
GERALD L. PARKS 

Corbin 
DAVID D. PARRETT 

Annville 
JANE S. PARSLEY 

Ashland 
DARRYL A. PARSONS 

Richmond 



468 




t • * 





SYLVIA A. PATER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
WAYNE R. PATTERSON 

Sugarcreek, Ohio 
EDWARD F. PEACE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BRENDA F. PEAVLER 

Stanford 
CAROL J. PEEKE 

Asheville, North Carolina 
BETTY D. PEERCY 

Monticello 
SHARON A. PENCE 

St. Paris. Ohio 
BARBARA A. PENNINGTON 

Lexington 
LARRY S. PERGRAM 

EcCletic. New York 
BRENDA L. PERRY 

Ohve mi 
DOUG PERRY 

Richmond 
JOHN J. PERRY 

Wl.tley Citv 
BEVERLY L. PERSLEY 

Centenville 
JAMES H PETREY 

Louisville 
DAVID R. PHELPS 

Norwood. Ohio 
JACK L. PHELPS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA A, PHILLIPS 

Valley Staion 
NAOMI F. PIERCEY 

Albany 
PAMELA L. PIKE 

Louisville 
JUDY L. PLANCK 

Fltm'ngsburg 
HOWARD C. PLATT, JR. 

Lexington 
JAMES E. POER 

Winchester 
RONALD G. POLING 

Van Wert. Oh : o 
LEWIS H. POTTER 

Falls Church, Virginia 
SPENCER G. POTTER 

Harrodsburg 
DENNIS W. POWELL 

Louisville 
HENRY S. POWERS 

JANICE M. POWERS 
Richmond 



JUNIORS 



MARY ANN POWERS 

Lexington 
CHARLES D. POYNTER 

MARGARET A. POYNTER 

Corbin 
SUSAN K. PRACHT 

Lexington 
JOHN D. PRAITHER 

Walton 
LYNN R. PRESCOTT 

Fairport, New York 
EARL C. PRICE 

Vincent 
WANDA D. PULLEN 

Big Springs 
CLEOPHUS PURSIFULL 

Middlesboro 
GARY S. QUIG 

New Richmond, Ohio 
BRENDA S. RAGLAND 

Louisville 
JULIA H. RAMSEY 

Abingdon, Virginia 
MARY L. RATLIFF 

Louisville 
HOLLY A. RAYMOND 

Brooksville 
ALAN S. RAZOR 

Dayton, Ohio 
THOMAS J. REASTER 

Dayton, Ohio 
JIMMIE REDFORD 

Louisville 
GARY E. REECE 

Annville 
ERNEST J. REED 

Shelbyville 
STEPHEN I.. REED 

Louisville 
SANDRA K. REEVES 

Melvin 
VICKIE L. REEVES 

Ludlow 
RONALD L. REID 

Manchester 
CHRIS J. REITZ 

Ft. Thomas 
MARYJANE REMUS 

Montuale, New Jersey 
GREGORY D. RICE 

Dayton, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. RICE 

Whitesburg 
CAROLYN L. RICHARDSON 

Ashland 




469 




LINDA E. RICKETTS 

Louisville 
THOMAS D. RIDDELI. 

Irvine 
ROBERT M. RIGGS 

Middletown, Ohio 
HARRIETTE A. RITTER 

Richmond 
JUDGE R. ROACH 

Eangallie, Florida 
BOBBY ROBERTS 

Manchester 
WARREN J. ROBERTSON 

Unadilla, New York 
LINDA C. ROBINSON 

Louisville 
MARION M. ROBINSON, III 

Berea 
WILLIAM A. ROBINSON 

Lawrenceburg 
HANNAH E. RODAN 

Lexington 
RICHARD RODGERS 

Pittsfield, Maine 
HERBERT J. ROGERS. JR. 

Richmond 
GARY L. ROMOHR 

Wilmington. Ohio 
LAURA L. ROSER 

Lexington 
JUDY L. ROWE 

Pikeville 
PAUL L. ROY 

Louisville 
ROSALEE ROYALTY 

Harrodsburg 
MICHAEL B. RUFFNER 

Middlesboro 
ROBERT J. RUH 

Florence 
ROGER D. RUSSELL 

Danville 
HARRIET L. RYAN 

Lebanon 
JOHN E. SABO 

Miami, Florida 
LARRY L. SAFFELL 

New Lexington, Ohio 
ROBERT L. SAINLAR 

Louisville 
MICHAEL H. SAMMINS 

Hazard 
SUSAN C. SAND 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
BEVERLY J. SANDIDGE 

Eubank 



JUNIORS 



BRENDA J. SANDKER 

Racine. Wisconsin 
DANNY D. SCALF 

McKee 
DAVID R. SCALF 

Corbin 
GAYLE E. SCHLOSS 

Williamsburg. Ohio 
KAREN J. SCHMIDT 

Orlando, Florida 
WALTER F. SCHOELLMANN 

Loveland. Ohio 
JACQUELINE M. SCHRADER 

Lexington 
RONALD L. SCHWALLIE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
GLENDA K. SCHWARTZ 

Southgate 
EDWARD A. SCIARRA 

Louisville 
SUZANNE C. SCOLA 

Middletown, New Jersey 
DIANA L. SCOTT 

Winchester 
ROBERT M. SEARS 

Lookout Heights 
DORIS J. SEBASTIAN 

Newport 




Everyone loves a parade, but a warm sunny day 
and a good view add to the attraction. 



470 





CHARLES R. SECRIST 

Fayettevilie, Pennsylvania 
SANDRA K. SETTLES 

Springfield 
PATRICIA A. SEXTON 

Hueysville 
SUSAN SHAKIB 

Tehran, Iran 
MICHAEL E. SHANNON 

Trenton, Ohio 
SUE A. SHARUM 

Valley Staion 
ALANA J. SHEARER 

Frazer 
RALPH L. SHELBURNE 

Louisville 
REGINA K. SHEPARD 

Louisville 
WAYNE SHEPHERD 

Connersville, Indiana 
NEESON SHER 

Louisville 
PATRICK T. SHINE 

Ft. Thomas 
CHARLTON A. SHIPP 

Paris 
CHERYL A. SHOOK 

Covington 
WILLARD SHORT 

Saldee 
BETSY H. SHRADER 

Columbia 
J.. DARLENE SHRADER 

Louisville 
JAMES W. SHUMARD, III 

Kettering, Ohio 
ROBERT A. SIEBEL 

Alexandria, Virginia 
WAYNE R. SIEBERT 

Morrow, Ohio 
BARBARA A. SILER 

Middlesborough 
WILLIAM E. SIMPSON 

Danville 
JOHN E. SIMS 

Harrodsburg 
VIRGINIA K. SLIVA 

Trumbull, Conneciticut 
RITA H. SMART 

Carlisle 
CHARLES H. SMITH 

Waverly, Ohio 
CHARLIE J. SMITH 

London 
ERIC A. SMITH 

Xenia, Ohio 



Parade Begins Homecoming Day Festivities 



JAMES R. SMITH 

Louisville 
JOYCE A. SMITH 

Owenton 
JUDY E. SMITH 

London 
LYNDA K. SMITH 

Russell Springs 
SHERRY L. SMITH 

Falmouth 
WILSON V. SMITH 

Middlesboro 
JOHN N. SMOOT 

Carlisle 
JANIE L. SMYTH 

Ravenna 
KENNETH T. SNYDER 

Lancaster 
PERRY N. SOUTHARD 

Lexington 
JOHN A. SPARROW 

Harrodsburg 
PAUL SPECTOR 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
SUE A. SPEED 

Louisville 
BEVERLY A. SPENCER 

Pine Ridge 
EVERETT SPENCER 

Chavies 
MANUEL R. SPENCER 

Covington 
LINDA K. SPIESS 

Wausean, Ohio 
RICHARD A. SPOTTZ 

Elmont, Long Island, New York 
LINDA T. STANIFER 

Richmond 
JUDITH A. STANLEY 

Hamilton, Ohio 
ERICA L. STANTON 

Collingswood, New Jersey 
LORRAINE E. STARK 

Newton. New Jersey 
RAYMOND T. STAVISKI 

Southgate 
JERRY S. STEDMAN 

Somerset 
LILLIAN P. STEELE 

Gray 
ROBERT C. STEGER 

Mt. Sterling 
DAVID C. STEGNER 

Ft. Thomas 
JOHN M. STEGNER 

New Carlisle, Ohio 




471 




*< § f § 



LllL 




HELEN M. STEMPFER 

Jeannette, Pennsylvania 
SINGIE STEPHENS 

Nicholasville 
PHILIP R. STERBLING 

Cincinnati, Oh ; o 
BRUCE E. STEWART 

Lexington 
DAVID L. STEWART 

Louisville 
SHELBY A. STIRN 

Middletown 
GARY C. STIVERS 

Richmond 
CARLA S. STOBER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM L. STOESS 

Crestwood 
GREGORY H. STONER 

Hagerstown, Maryland 
CANDY R. STRATTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MELVIN D. STRAUB 

Duquesuve, Pennsylvania 
JUNE STRICKLAND 

Corbin 
HANK STROLL 

Louisville 
RAY W. SUSONC. 

Middletown. Ohio 
JERVIS D. SUTTON 

Lancaster 
KENNETH W. SWEASY 

Grayson 
JEANNE M. SWITZER 

Bellevue 
CAROL S. SWOPE 

Fort Thomas 
ROSEMARY TACKETT 

Grethel 
DONALD A. TALBOT 

Edmeston, New York 
RONALD J. TALBOT 

Edmeston, New York 
OVERT L. TALLENT 

Albany 
MARTIN T. TALMAGE 

Sabina, Ohio 
JOHNNY C. TARTER 

Louisville 
CAMILLE K. TAYLOR 

Louisville 
JUDY M. TAYLOR 

Waco 
LINDA TAYLOR 

Louisville 



Juniors Learn the Meaning of Individuality 



THOMAS C. TAYLOR 

North Vernon, Indiana 
MICHAEL TEMPLEMAN 

Pikeville 
JIMMIE G. TERHUNE 

Shelbyville 
PAUL A. TERSTEGGE 

Boston 
CHARLES R. THARP 

Lebanon 
PATRICIA L. THEILER 

Louisville 
GARY J. THIBODEANY 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 




The program to beautify Eastern's campus not only 
includes landscaping but a bath for Daniel Boone 
as well. 



472 





The student body is composed of people 
from all parts of the world and all walks 
of life. 




M. LYNN THOMAS 

Irvine 
WENDELL TINCHER 

Tyner 
KENNETH G. TIPTON 

Campbellsville 
LARRY W. TIPTON 

Irvine 
MARIANNE TIRIOLO 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
JESSICA A. TODD 

Lawrenceburg, Indiana 
ROBERT C. TRENZ 

West Milford, New Jersey 



JUNIORS 



GERALDINE TRUE 

Versailles 
JAMES TURNER, JR. 

Jackson 
MARILYN A. TURNER 

Fairborn, Ohio 
MARTIN L. UPCHURCH 

Monticello 
MICHAEL D. VANCE 

Wheelwright 
DENNIS G. VANHORN 

Warren, Ohio 
JEANNE VEENEMAN 

Louisville 
TRUDY A. VITATOE 

Wheelwright 
JOSEPH C. VOETS 

Orange, Conneticut 
PATRICIA A. VOGLER 

Frankfort 
RONNIE L. VonSICK 

Louisville 
DONNA L. WAGERS 

Manchester 
RONALD N. WAGMAN 

Norwalk, Connecticut 
JAMES S. WAGNER 

Covington 
DONNA P. WAINSCOTT 

Wheatley 
RODDY G. WALDROUP 

Kings Mountain 
CHARLES M. WALKER 

Richmond 
MARVIN T. WALKER 

Henderson 

lARLES W. WALLIN 

West Liberty 
ARTHUR J. WALSH, JR. 

Ft. Mitchell 
SANDRA C. WALTER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WAYNE L. WALTERS 

Preston sburg 
CHARLES R. WALTON 

Dayton 
HILDA WARD 

Covington 
LINDA D. WARDRUP 

London 
ROBERT N. WARFIELD 

Louisville 
BRENDA S. WARNER 

Pleasant Hill, Ohio 
JEWELDEAN WARREN 

Walker 




473 




Daniel's statue frames coeds, and a reflected library. 




ROBERT A. WARTSCHLAGER 

Louisville 
JUDITH A. WASSERMAN 

Portsmouth. Ohio 
LEE D. WATSON 

Kettering, Ohio 
WILLIAM J. WAYMAN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHELBYE J. WEAVER 

Mayfield 
ROBERT S. WEBB 

Miami, Florida 
WILLIAM L. WEBB 

Shelbyville 
A, MICHAEL WELCH 

Erlanger 
DARLENE J. WELCH 

Elizabethtown 
EFFIE WELLS 

London 
LILLIAN A. WELLS 

Cox's Creek 
NITA A. WELSH 

Owensboro 
PATRICIA A. WEST 

DAVID L. WETHERBEE 
Rochester, New York 



JUNIORS 



GEORGE S. WHEELER 

Lexington 
TONI L. WHEELER 

Bristol. Virginia 
EDGAR WHITAKER 

Carcassonne 
GEORGIA M. WHITAKER 

Cynthiana 
RUTH WHITAKER 

Winchester 
DANIEL T. WHITE 

Ft. Thomas 
WILLIAM A, WHITE 

Salem. New Jersey 
ROGER L. WHITEHEAD 

Wurtland 
JACK C. WHITNEY 

Sunbury. Ohio 
WILLIAM L. WICKMAN 

Lexington 
JOHNNY W. WILHOIT 

London 
WANDA M. WILKERSON 

Perryville 
DAWN K. WILKINSON 

Nicholasville 
DEANNA J. WILKIRSON 

Paris 
ANDREW WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
BARBARA K. WILLIAMS 

Corb'n 
BUFORD S. WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
FRANKIE J. WILLIAMS 

Bulan 
NEVEL T. WILLIAMS 

Berry 
SHARON A. WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
THOMAS J. WILLIAMS 

Newton, New Jersey 
CAROL A. WILLIAMSON 

Covington 
CATHERINE V. WILMS 

Norwood, Ohio 
DAVID L. WILSON 

Harrodsburg 
ELAINE WILSON 

Tyner 
GERALDINE P. WILSON 

Hurleyville, New York 
PAULA M. WILSON 

Somerset 
RONALD C. WILSON 

Paris 




«. # £ 



%. #: £; $ 




474 




PRISCILLA K. WOLFE 

Greenup 
JOHN H. WOLFF 

Louisville 
JAMES M. WOOD 

Circleville, Ohio 
ROBERT M. WOOD 

Frankfort 
KENNETH L. WOODRUFF 

Morrow, Ohio 
SHARON A. WOODRUFF 

Morrow, Ohio 
WILLIAM R. WOODS 

Berea 
DEBORAH L. WOODSIDE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARTHA K. WORKMAN 

Brook sville 
BARBARA L. WRIGHT 

Goshen, Ohio 
LARRY E. WRIGHT 

West Chester, Ohio 
PHYLLIS A. WRIGHT 

Cumberland, Maryland 
PHYLLIS S. WRIGHT 

Springfield, Ohio 
TERRI WRIGHT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DORIAN P. YEAGER 

Richmond 
ROBERT L. YEARY 

Middlesboro 
M. MICHELE YOUNG 

Louisville 
SARAH L. YOUNG 

Prestonsburg 
RANDY J. ZACHRITZ 

Bellevue 
SUSAN A. ZWEIG 

Winchester 
ROBERT A. ZWICK 

Delaware, Ohio 




The penetrating warmth of the sun, brilliant 
green leaves, and -warm breezes all announce 
that spring has once again returned to East- 
ern. 



475 



CLASS OF 1971 




LEFT TO RIGHT: BILL DWELLEY, Reporter; STUART REA- 
GAN, Vice President; PATTY ANDERSON, Treasurer; MARY 
LYNN JASPER, Secretary; KAREN BRYANT, Student Council; 
MIKE MILTKO, President; JIM PELLEGRINON, Student 
Council. 



Sophomores felt an excitement different from 
the uncertainty of last year as they returned to 
Eastern's campus. Everything still looked the 
same, except for a few buildings which had 
been completed during the summer. Daniel 
Boone still kept a watchful eye on the thousands 
of students who passed before him every day. 
Feelings, however, had changed. Life wasn't as 
simple anymore; new questions had to be an- 
swered and new problems had to be faced. It 
was a time when they started to search for 
themselves; they were no longer content to pat- 
tern themselves after someone else, but realized 
that they were individuals. 



476 






CAROL S. ADAMS 

Richmond 
CINDY R. ADAMS 

Newport 
CYNTHIA R. ADAMS 

Cold Spring 
SALLY A. ADCOCK 

Lexington 
D. DIANE ADDINGTON 

Elizabethtown 
CATHERINE B. ADERHOLDT 

Kingsport, Tennessee 
CARL H. ADIN 

Xenia, Ohio 
MARTHA L. ADKINS 

Louisville 
DONNA R. ALBERS 

Frankfort 
WILLIAM M. ALEXANDER 

Louisville 
DEBORAH A. ALLEN 

Louisville 
VERA L. ALLEN 

Raceland 
MICHAEL F. AMBURGEY 

Mt. Sterling 
CHARLES E. ANDERSON 

Elkhorn City 
NANCY L. ANDERSON 

Paris 
PATTY L. ANDERSON 

Hazard 
RAYMOND C. ANDERSON 

Berea 
JUDY E. ANGEL 

Louisville 
NANCY S. ARMSTRONG 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN W. ARNOLD 

Columbia 
GLENNA R. ARVIN 

Lebanon 




Responsible Leadership Is Shown by Class Officers 





ANTHONY ASBRIDGE 

Corbin 
ROY P. ASHCRAFT 

Louisville 
LOUISE ASHER 

Hyden 
KATHY C. ASHLEY 

Corbin 
MARY L. ATHEY 

Washington Court House, Ohio 
JILL A. AUSTIN 

Cleveland, Ohio 
ROBERT E. AUSTIN 

South Portsmouth 
PAUL R. BADGETT 

Ashland 
LARRY W. BAILEY 

Winchester 
PATSY A. BAIRD 

Middletown, Ohio 
EDSEL R. BAKER 

Lexington 
DURUNDA BALDWIN 

Huddy 
RONNIE L. BALDWIN 

Covington 
BONNIE L. BALL 

Kingsport. Tennessee 
MATTHEW BARGO II 

Gray 
SANDRA L. BARGO 

Barbourville 
JOHN A. BARKAl' 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM P. BARKER 

Brandenburg 
KAY L. BARNES 

Lynch 
DAViD A. BAROWICH 

McKeesport, Pennsylvania 
MATTHEW F. BARSOTTI 

Ellwoood City, Pennsylvania 
JANET K. BASTIAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DONALD R. BATTLES 

Stanton 
JANE C. BAUER 

Louisville 
BUFORD D. BAUGHN 

Buena Vista 
BRUCE E. BAUMAN 

Sarasota, Florida 
DONNA S. BEGLEY 

Lexington 
GEORGE R. BEGLEY 

Richmond 
HELEN M. BEGLEY 

Waynesburg 
RUSSELL W. BEHANAN 

Carrollton 
HARRIETT F. BELCHER 

Danville 
HUDSON L. BELCHER 

Danville 
JOE E. BELGRADE 

Louisville 
JEROME M. BELL 

Glasgow 
MARTHA A. BELL 

Louisville 



477 




DEBBIE J. BELTLE 

Louisville 
JANICE A. BENASSI 

Frankfort 
JAMES P. BENDS 

Georgetown, Ohio 
WESLEY M. BENTLEY 

South Shore 
SANDRA BERRY 

Maysville 
AMY M. BICKETT 

Louisville 
ANN E. BIERMANN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBORAH L. BINGHAM 

Tyner 
KATHRYN S. BISHOP 

Louisville 
EDWARD A. BITSKO 

Newton, New Jersey 
BARBARA L. BLACK 

LaGrange 
BEVERLY G. BLACK 

West Liberty 
RONALD L. BLACK 

Silver Grove 
RANDOLPH L. BLACKBURN, 

JR. 

Louisville 
CHERYL M. BLAGG 

Trenton, Ohio 
KAREN L. BLAKE 

Dayton, Ohio 
IRA L. BLAKEMAN 

THOMAS E. BLANDFORD 

Lebanon 
CALVIN T. BLANTON 

Crab Orchard 
KATHLEEN F. BLAUT 

Southgate 
FLOYD R. BLEVINS 

Monticello 
LLOYD K. BLEVINS 

Monticello 
ROBERT R. BLYTHE 

Richmond 
RONALD D. BOAZ 

Paris 
RONALD N. BOCK 

Euclid, Ohio 
JOHN A. BORIN 

Norwood, Ohio 
TIMOTHY J. BOSSE 

Ft. Thomas 
SUSIE BOSTON 

Jeffersontown 
BRIAN L. BOWLES 

Hazard 
KERMITT R. BOWLING 

Mt. Vernon 
LYNN A. BOWLING 

Brookville, Indiana 
CONNIE M. BOWMAN 

Taylorsville 
SHIRLEY A. BOWMAN 

Booneville 
RONALD D. BOYD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
IRIS E. BOYLE 

Hustonville 



SOPHOMORES 



NORA D. BRADBURY 

LISA BRANDENBURG 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHLOTENE BRANHAM 

Paintsville 
DONAGENE BRANHAM 

Paintsville 
DENNIS BRANT 

Danville 
BRENDA D. BRASHEAR 

Viper 
HAROLD D. BREAHM 

Elkhorn City 




Neither rain nor sleet nor snow 



classes. 



478 




LARRY D. BREITENSTEIN 

Louisville 
FRED G. J. BRENNAN 

Ft. Mitchell 
KAREN G. BRICKEY 

Gate City, Virginia 
GARY W. BRITTAIN 

Norwood, Ohio 
KAREN L. BROERING 

Ft. Thomas 
JAMES R. BROWN 

Anchorage 
JAMES H. BROOKS 

Huntsville, Tennessee 
JOHN G. BROOKS 

Elizabethtown 
BETTY L. BROUGHTON 

Pineville 
LINDA S. BROUGHTON 

Norwood. Ohio 
STANLEY W. BROUGHTON 

Lancaster 
CATHY S. BROWN 

Louisville 
DEBORAH J. BROWN 

Louisville 
HELEN I. BROWN 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
JOHN W. BROWN 

Whitesburg 
LARRY A. BROWN 

Fort Thomas 
PAUL A. BROWN 

Albany 
ROBERT T. BROWN 

Burgin 
THOMAS R. BROWN 

Versailles 
WILLIAM C. BROWN 

Camden, Ohio 
KATHLEEN F. BROWNING 

Mitchellsburg 
WILLIAM K. BROWNING 

Newport 
BRENDA S. BRUMBACK 

Jackson 
MARSHALL BRUMBACK 

Norwood, Ohio 
BARBARA L. BRUMET 

Bristol, Virginia 
JUDITH M. BRUNER 

London 
NILA J. BRUNO 

Clyde, Ohio 
PEGGY L. BRYAN 

Centerville, Ohio 
JANICE M. BRYANT 

Williamsbrug 
KARAN L. BRYANT 

Frankfort 
SHARAN L. BRYANT 

Frankfort 
TERRI A. BRYSON 

Louisville 
JANET L. BUCHANAN 

Vejay, Indiana 
JOHN L. BUCHANAN 

Lebanon, Ohio 
JASON A. BUGG 

Harrodsburg 




^B *4L ^l 



«m 





Classes Begin a New Year at Eastern 




JUDY L. BUJDOSO 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ANNA B. BUNCH 

Lebanon Junction 
BEVERLY M. BURCHELL 

Bradfordsville 
JOHN E. BURK 

Lexington 
MARY C. BURK 

Covington 
SHERRY L. BURKE 

Lexington 
TERRY BURKHOLDER 

Elida, Ohio 
JEAN A. BURNESS 

Radcliff 
CLARICE J. BURTON 

Columbia 
MICHAEL W. BUSH 

Pleasureville 
BRENDA I. BUTLER 

Hopewell, Virginia 
LELANI BUTLER 

Cynthiana 
NANCY E. BUTLER 

Louisville 
WM. D. BUTLER 

Troy, Ohio 
NINA I. BUTTS 

Jackson. Ohio 
KATHLEEN M. BYRNE 

Bloomfield, New Jersey 
BRENDA A. CAIN 

Richmond 
PAUL N. CALKINS 

Kettering, Ohio 
CHARLES A. CALVERT 

Maysville 
JEROME M. CAMPBELL 

Middlesboro 
LARRY W. CAMPBELL 

Pine Knot 



479 



PHYLLIS J. CARDER 

Trenton, Ohio 
PATRICIA L. CARPENTER 

Pendleton 
DAVID P. CARR 

Independence 
KEN M. CARTER 

Richmond 
ROSEANNA L. CARTER 

Raceland 
WILLIAM D. CARTINHOUR 

Lawrenceburg 
DANNY B. CASEY 

Rxhmond 
TERRY A. CASSITY 

Millersbug 
SANDRA K. CASTEGNARO 

Hardburly 
CONLEY CAUDILL 

London 
JIMMY S. CAUDILL 

Carcassonne 
SHARON F. CAUDILL 

Columbus, Indiana 
MARIAN J. CAYWOOD 

Crestwood 
DURWARD R. CENTER 

R chmond 
JIMMIE CHADWELL 

London 
DEBORAH A. CHALIN 

Lexington 
LINDA C- CHAMBERLAIN 

North Middletown 
JAY H. CHANLEY 

Miami, Florida 
CARL D. CHAPLIN 

Richmond 
STANLEY W. CHAPMAN 

Louisville 
WILLIAM H. CHARLTON 

Worthing ton, Ohio 




SOPHOMORES 




JoANN CHARMOLI 

Louisville 
C. GITTEL CHASE 

Richmond 
DIAN CHASE 

Richmond 
HOBERT L. CHEATHAM 

Harrodsburg 
DEBORAH S. CHESLER 

Shady Side, Maryland 
CHERYL L. CHESNEY 

Monticello 
BARBARA L. CHRISMAN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
STEVEN C. CHRISMAN 

Hillsboro. Ohio 
JANE S. CHRISTOPHER 

Irvine 
CHIP CLARK 

Monterey 
DAVID H. CLARK 

Jenkins 
ELIZABETH A. CLARK 

Pineville 
HAROLD R. CLARK 

Booneville 
JOHN R. CLARK, JR. 

Louisville 



Cwens are kept busy during homecoming 
with their candy apple sale. 



480 





MICHAEL W. CLARK 

Fra.ikfort 
NORA L. CLARK 

Martin 
LALA J. CLEARY 

South Shore 
MARTHA J. CLICK 

Waco 
JACK A. CLIFTON 

Middletown, Ohio 
CHRISTY K. COATE 

Celina, Ohio 
RANDY L. COATES 

Covington 
NANCY E. COBB 

Covington 
FRED W. COFFMAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BRENT L. COLDIRON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SYLVIA A. COLE 

Louisville 
FREDDIE J. COLEMAN 

Elkhorn City 
KAREN R. COLEMAN 

Clearwater, Florida 
LINDA L. COLEMAN 

Jamboree 
MARTHA J. COLEMAN 

Cleves, Ohio 
SARAH A. COLEMAN 

Williamson, West Virginia 
DARLENE COLLINS 

Whitesburg 
STEVEN W. COLLINS 

Louisville 
LINDA M. COLLIVER 

Lexington 
JUDITH A. COLVIN 

Ludlow 
BOBBYE G. COMBS 

Liberty 
JAMES L. COMBS 

Lexington 
JERALD F. COMBS 

Whitesburg 
LORETTA COMBS - 

McKee 
SANDRA J. COMMONS 

Louisville 
JANIE COMPTON 

Phelps 
LARRY F. COMPTON 

Virgie 
MARY J. CONLEY 

Belfry 
ANNE L. CONNELL 

Louisville 
STEVEN J. CONNER 

Hebron 
ALFRED C. CONNOLLEY 

Montrose, New York 
KATHRYN J. CONRAD 

Falmouth 
GARY P. COOK 

Bagdad 
JENNY L. COOK 

Lawrenceburg 
ALICE L. COOPER 

Vanceburg 



The Campus Comes Alive With the Excitement of Homecoming 



JEANNE L. COOPER 

Eubank 
STEVE A. COOPER 

Richmond 
JOHN H. CORLIS 

Brooksville 
ALFRED M. CORNACCHIO. IR. 

North Merrick, L. I., New York 
REBECCA J. CORNETT 

Skyline 
LINDA KATHRYN COSBY 

Richmond 
BARBARA J. COTTON 

Florence 
JOANN COVINGTON 

R chmond 
CHARLES T. COWNE 

Nokesville, Virginia 
BETTY C. COX 

Lexington 
CHARLES COX, JR. 

Irvine 
LINDA S. COX 

Louisville 
LINDA R. COYLE 

Berea 
WINFORD F. CRACE 

Lexington 
CAROLE A. CRACRAFT 

Germantown 
CARLOS H. CRACRAFT 

North Middletown 
BARBARA J. CRAIG 

Dayton, Ohio 
JON M. CRAIG 

New Albany, Indiana 
DEWEY F. CRAWFORD 

London 
DIANN K. CRAWFORD 

Winnsboro, Texas 
JEFFERY L. CREECH 

Middlesboro 




481 




WANDA J. CREED 

Louisville 
STEVEN P. CRISLER 

Erlanger 
BONNIE CRISP 

Martin 
DODY J. CRISP 

Ripley, Ohio 
GLEN CRITTENDON 

Newport 
WILLIAM R. CROSSFIELD 

Paris 
HAZEL E. CROUCH 

Shelbyville 
SHERRILL K. CROUCHER 

Jermiah 
NORMA E. CROWE 

Winchester 
KEVIN L. CROXTON 

Peasureville 
RICHARD L. CRUMP 

Lexington 
LINDA O. CUMMINS 

Brodhead 
PHIL CUMMINS 

Georgetown 
JAMES R. CUNDIFF, JR. 

Shepherdsburg 
STEPHEN L. CUNNINGHAM 

Newport 
BERRY M. CUPP 

London 
JANET A. CURRIE 

Harlan 
BEVERLY L. CURTIS 

Stamping Ground 
SHARON I. CURTIS 

Louisville 
LARRY J. DADO 

Freeburn 
MICHAEL W. DALTON 

Middlesboro 



Education Is Not All Work 



RONALD D. DAMRON 

DOUGLAS B. DAUGHERTY 

Ft. Mitchell 
LARRY DAVIS 

Independence 
PAUL DAVY 

Long Beach. New York 
DAVID L. DAWKINS 

Louisville 
PETER R. DAWKINS 

Louisville 
JAMES L. DAY 

Big Creek 
PAMELA W. DEAN 

Brooksville 
STEPHEN T. DEAN 

Brooksville 
JOHN P. DECKER 

Winchester 
MIKE K. DEEB 

Louisville 
PENNY L. DEES 

Louisville 
FREDRICK J. DeJACO 

Alexandria 
GARY DELANEY 

Mason 
LINDA S. ELK 

Somerset 
HAROLD M. DENHAM 

Danville 
DONNA R. DENNEY 

Brodhead 
JAMES E. DENNIS 

Stanton 
PAMELA L. DERRY 

Louisville 
JO A. DETWEILER 

Easton, Pennsylvania 
GLORIA J. DEVERS 

Midway 
DIANA L. DIBBLE 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
DANN A. DICKEY 

Gibsonia. Pennsylvania 
PAUL R. DIERSING 

Louisville 
SANDRA S. DIMMITT 

Brooksville 
PHYLLIS G. DINGUS 

Martin 
LYNNETTE DIXON 

Letcher 
PEGGY M. DODD 

Dayton 
JOHN N. DOGGENDORF 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM L. DOHERTY 

Louisville 
RONNIE K. DOLEN 

Monticello 
THOMAS L. DORROTT 

Hopkinsville 
SUSAN K. DORSEY 

Elizaville 
DALE M. DOTSON 

Pikeville 
BEVERLY A. DOTY 

Paint Lick 




482 






RITA F. DOUGLAS 

New Castle 
MICHAEL B. DRUMMOND 

Wilmington, Ohio 
PEGGY J. DUNBAR 

Russell Springs 
GARY \V. DUNCAN 

Beaver Dam 
LARRY A. DUNCAN 

Jeffersontown 
MICHAEL L. DUNCAN 

Warsaw 
CHARLOTTE M. DUNN 

Burgin 
WILLIAM R. DUNN 

Medina, New York 
JUDY K. DWELLY 

Mayslick 
TONI J. EASTHAM 

Wurtland 
MARGARET A. ECKERT 

Newport 
GARY R. EDEN 

Lexington 
RONALD W. EDEN 

R chmond 
KAREN L. EDWARDS 

Louisville 
DON E. ELBLE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SUSAN C. ELLIS 

Moorestown, New Jersey 
SHARON L. ELLIS 

Moorestown, New- Jersey 
CHARLES E. ELZA 

East Bernstadt 
DORETHA G. EMERSON 

Lexington 
SARA G. ESTES 

Berea 
JAMES A. EVANS 

Lebanon 




SOPHOMORES 




LINDA S. EVANS 

Richmond 
SUSAN K. FAESENMEIER 

Louisville 
MARIANNE E. FALK 

Cleveland. Ohio 
JERRY L. FAIR 

Carrollton, Ohio 
DANNY R. FANNIN 

Germantown 
JOHN D. FARMER 

Corbin 
JOSEPH T. FARMER 

GARLAND R. FARMER 

New Zion 
LARRY D. FARMER 

Dayton, Ohio 
ESTHER E. FARRIS 

Richmond 
SHERRY A. FAULKNER 

Walton 
SUSAN K. FEDERBUSH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
F. ADRIAN FELDMAN 

Stanford 
SANDRA L. FELTNER 

Hardburly 




A sunny fall day just wasn't made for study- 
ing. 



483 



A. MICHAEL FEY 

Ft- Thomas 
ARTHUR D. FIELDS. JR 

Hamilton, Ohio 
LARRY S. FIELDS 

Grayson 
DONNA J. FISHER 

Louisville 
JANICE D. FISHER 

Lexington 
RODNEY D. FISK 

Independence 
LINDA D. FITZGERALD 

Dayton. Ohio 
NANCY L. FITZPATRICK 

Frankfort 
FRANK A. FLEMING 

Ft. Clayton. Canal Zone 
LOUISA A. FLOOR 

New Carlisle. Ohio 
GARY W. FLORENCE 

Lexington 
MICHELLE E. FOGARTY 

Okinawa 
LANNY A. FORMAN 

Florence 
ILA G. FORTNER 

Williamstown 
JAMES M. FOSTER JR. 

Louisville 
DIANA L. FOUTZ 

Seven Mile, Ohio 
CYNTHIA J. FOWLER 

Berea 
DONNA R. FRASHER 

Louisville 
SKIP FRANK 

Danville 
EUGGLE FRASURE 

East McDowell 
CAROLYN S. FRAZIER 

North Middletown 
PAMELA L. FREDERICK 

Mt. Sterling 
MICHAEL W. FRENCH 

Richmond 
KENNETH A. FRITH 

Lexington 
NANCY J. FRITZ 

Enon. Ohio 
PAMELA L. FROST 

Carrollton 
SUSAN \V. FRYMAN 

Germantown 
DONNA C. FUGATE 

Hazard 
KAY FUGATE 

Hazard 
EDGAR W. FULLENWIDER 

Shelbyville 
MARILYN R. FULLER 

Somerset 
JO A. GABBY 

Lexington 
BRENDA R. GAFFNEY 

Lancaster 
DEBORAH L. GANTT 

Centerburg. Ohio 
ROBERT W. CAREY 

Maysville 




A Sigh of Relief Follows Mid-Term Exams 




LARRY A. GARLAND 

Middlesboro 
DARRELL L. GARRETT 

Louisville 
MARGARET C. GATTIS 

Frankfort 
MARK L. GELKE 

Ft. Thomas 
REBECCA GEORGE 

Lebanon. Ohio 
RICHARD W. GERTH 

Walton 
VANCE M. GIBSON 

Regina 
JAMES L. GILBERT 

Irvine 
DORIS F. GILLIAM 

London 
GARY B. GILMET 

Louisville 
HOWARD E. GILVIN 

Winchester 
M. LAWRENCE GIRTEN 

Louisville 
PATRICIA K. GLEICH 

Lancaster 
DANIEL W. GLIER 

Fort Thomas 
DAVID M. GOATLEY 

Springfield 
ROBERT S. GOBLE 

Prestonsburg 
VICTOR M. GOBLE 

Prestonsburg 
BRENDA S. GOFF 

Jackson 
DEE GOFF 

Lexington 
BARBARA A. GOGGIN 

Stanford 
PATRICIA A. GOINS 

Richmond 



484 




Mid-term exams over, it's time for a brief 
autumn snooze. 



PAULA J. GOINS 

Louisville 
BARBARA A. GOLD 

Owensboro 
GENE A. GOLDSCHMIDT 

Reading, Ohio 
JEFFREY L. GOODE 

Covington 
ALICE I. GOODRICH 

Richmond 
SHARON K. GOOLMAN 

Winchester 
VICKI L. GORMLEY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




SOPHOMORES 




DONNA L. GORSUCH 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
TERRY D. GOSSOM 

Milton 
PRISCILLA B. GOULD 

Irvine 
BOBBIE L. GRAHAM 

Grand Forks, North Dakota 
FRANCES L. GRAVES 

Louisville 
JOHN M. GRAVES 

Harrodsburg 
NANCY K. GRAVES 

Hazard 
ORA M. GRAVES 

Louisville 
MARY O. GRAY 

Danville 
ROSEMARY GRAY 

East Po ; nt 
LEONARD F. GREATHOUSE 

Midway 
CHRISTINE L. GREEN 

Anchorage 
DARRELL F. GREEN 

Versailles 
KEN E. GREEN 

Louisville 
R. CARL GREENFIELD 

Bordentown, New Jersey 
BETTY J. GREER 

Prestonsburg 
GARY L. GREER 

Valley Station 
RICHARD D. GRIEME 

Covington 
LINDA G. GRIFFIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT L. GRIFFIN 

Danville 
JAMES L. GRTGSBY 

Hamilton, Ohio 
PHYLLIS A. GRISIER 

Archbold. Ohio 
GLEN A. GRITTON 

Sinai 
BRENDA S. GROSS 

Harlan 
JANE R. GROVER 

Maysville 
PATTY J. GULLION 

Carroll ton 
MARY J. GUPTON 

New Albany, Indiana 
MARILYN K. HAAS 

Louisville 
MICHAEL T. HACK 

Louisville 
JOHN A. HAINES 

Marion, Ohio 
WINSTON C. HALCOMB 

Richmond 
RONNIA HALE 

Tyner 
DEIDRI HALEY 

Brooksville 
BENJAMIN F. HALL 

Nicholasville 
ELIZABETH A. HALL 

Pineville 



485 




MARGIE A. HALL 

Richmond 
PATRICIA A. HALL 

Beattyville 
KAREN P. HAMILTON 

Rockledge, Florida 
MICHAEL R. HAMILTON 

David 
CHESTER A. HAMMONS 

Richmond 
SARAH L. HAMMONS 

Paris 
KENNETH E. HAMPTON 

Campbellsville 
VIRGINIA A. HANSBOROUGH 

McLean, Va. 
SHARON A. HANNA 

Crestwood 
STEPHEN E. HARBIN 

Louisville 
CLARENCE K. HARLOW 

Neon 
KATY L. HARRIEK 

Lexington 
FRANCES G. HARRIS 

Morehead 
GLENDA H. HARRIS 

Louisville 
LAURETTA J. HARRIS 

Louisville 
EDITH F. HARRISON 

Lebanon, Ohio 
LAWRENCE R. HARRISON 

Louisville 
PAUL D. HARVEY 

Booneville 
ROBERT D. HARVEY 

Ontario, Canada 
BERT D. HATFIELD 

Freeburn 
SHARON D. HAWKINS 

Lexington 
ROBERTA L. HAYES 

Brodhead 
CECIL D. HAYS 

Gravel Switch 
EDWARD R. HEATON 

Mt. Sterling 
MARCELLYN G. HEDRICK 

Frankfort 
NITA J. HEGNER 

Sewickley 
KAREN L. HEID 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA K. HEILMAN 

Alexandria 
GARY L. HELF 

Columbus, Ohio 
SCOTTYE N. HELTON 

Ezel 
DANIEL R. HEMPEL 

Winchester 
NITA K. HENDERSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA S. HENDREN 

Harrodsburg 
EDWARD M. HENRICKS 

Louisville 
JIMMY M. HENDRICKSON, 

Corbin 



SOPHOMORES 



MYRON D. HERNDON 

Sparta 
RONALD D. HERRINGTON 

Paris 
MARGARET L. HERRMANN 

Louisville 
JUDY E. HESS 

Springfield 
JOYCE M. HETZEL 

Hebron 
JANET HIBBARD 

Manchester 
LINDA L. HIGGINS 

Louisville 




Thousands of weary, confused high school 
band members listened intently to the flaw- 
less performance of Eastern's Marching Ma- 
roons. 



486 




JAMES L. HILL 

Corbin 
ROSEMARY HILL 

Lexington 
SAMUEL W. HILL 

Jackson 
WILLIAM F. HILS 

Ft. Wright 
TONY E. HOBBS 

Beattyville 
JOHN R. HODGE 

Louisville 
CARL D. HOLBROOK 

Sarasota, Florida 
BARB^RA G. HOLDER 

Frankfort 
MARV A. HOLLAND 

Lexington 
PATRICIA A. HOLLON 

Bradfordsville 
IDELLA E. HOLT 

Neon 
RANDALL J. HONEYCUTT 

Pinetop 
GEORGE L. HOPE 

Lexington 
LAWRENCE L. HOPKINS 

Louisville 
REBECCA L. HOPKINS 

Kettering, Oh-'o 
TOBIE A. HORN 

Frankfort 
ROBERT W. HORNSBY 

Tyner 
KATHRYNE S. HOSTETTER 

Maineville, Ohio 
SUE K. HOUGHTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES S. HOUSE 

Lexinrjton 
ARTHUR L. HOWARD 

Chicago, Illinois 
HARRY D. HOWARD 

Lancaster 
JANET D. HOWARD 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
JERRY L. HOWARD 

Manchester 
JAMES M. HOWE 

Richmond 
SUSAN V. HUFFMAN 

Louisville 
JAMES R. HUGHES, JR. 

Simpsonville 
MARY H. HUMPHRIES 

VIRGINIA L. HUNT 

Mt- Vernon 
LARRY W. HURD 

Norwood, Ohio 
FLOYD D. HURSH 

Springfield, Ohio 
LARRY B. HURT 

Hazard 
LORA E. HUTCHINSON 

Falls Church, Virginia 
MARY L. HYDEN 

Manchester 
JENNIFER L. INGRAM 

Cincinnati, Ohio 




Eastern Once Again Hosts High School Bands 




JAMES B. INSCO 

Evansville, Indiana 
JAMES H. INSKO 

Paris 
JAMES B. IRWIN 

Dayton, Ohio 
CANDY B. JACKSON 

Wellsville, Ohio 
CONNIE JACKSON 

Ashland 
GEORGE D. JACKSON 

Louisville 
MARG-VRET C. JACKSON 

Richmond 
VIRGINIA L. JACKSON 

Burnside 
FRITZ F. JACOBS. JR. 

Circleville, Ohio 
SAUNDRA J. JAMES 

Maloneton 
VERLA A. JAMES 

Lexington 
CECE JASPER 

Somerset 
MARY L. JASPER 

Somerset 
DAVID T. JENKINS 

Middlesboro 
WILLIAM J. JENKINS 

New Boston. Ohio 
ELIZABETH G. JENNINGS 

Nicholasville 
BETSY A. JOHNSON 

Lexington 
BEVERLY A. JOHNSON 

Berea 
DANNIE L. JOHNSON 

Middlesboro 
GREGORY K. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
JANICE S. JOHNSON 

Deane 



487 



JOHN W. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
LINDA J. JOHNSON 

Elkhorn City 
MARSHA L. JOHNSON 

Covington 
MARY H. JOHNSON 

Pikeville 
PAUL C. JOHNSON III 

Spring Lake Heights, New Jetsey 
RAY G. JOHNSON 

Hazard 
GUY D. JOHNSTON 

Norfolk, Virginia 
DONALD R. JONES 

London 
THOMAS N. JONES 

Reading, Ohio 
STAYCE L. JORDAN 

Lexington 
MARILYN A. JUDSON 

Bardstown 
CLINTON D. JUSTICE 

Elkhorn City 
JERRY W. KARR 

Louisville 
RONALD L. KAUFMAN 

Louisville 
PATRICIA E. KEAL 

Louisville 
DEBORAH L. KELLER 

Morrow. Ohio 
ROBERT L. KELLEY 

Ft. Thomas 
MALCOLM H. KELLY 

Oxford, Pennsylvania 
ALBERTA J. KEMPER 

Lexington 
KATHRYN J. KENDALL 

West Union, Ohio 
RONALD G. KENDRICK 

Florence 
JAMES F. KENNEDY 

London 
JENNIFER L. KENNEDY 

Richmond 
DAVID L. KESSLER 

Marion, Indiana 
KAREN D. KETRON 

Elizabethtown 
EARNEST G. KIDD 

Hebron 
SALLY L. KILDAY 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JOYCE F. KINCAID 

Rogers 
JUDY L. KINDER 

Pikeville 
CATHERINE A. KIPP 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOEY KLAMO 

Fairfield, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. KLINGLER 

Carrollton 
LARRY G. KNUCKLES 

Dayton 
LOUREEN A. KOVREG 

Louisville 
KATHERINE L. KRANZ 

Erlanger 




SOPHOMORES 



A hopeful and enthusiastic crowd 
Eastern's Colonels off to Western. 



sends 




488 



PAULA M. KRIEL 

Louisville 
ALAN C. KRUEGER 

Phoenix, Arizona 
SUSANNE E. KUHNS 

Louisv'lle 
JAN S. KUNKEL 

Independence 
KRISAND L. KUNST 

Springfield. Ohio 
JAN L LaMONDA 

Milford 
FRANK B. LANGE 

Piqua, Ohio 
BRENT R. LASWELL 

Mt. Vernon 
SUZANNE M. LAVALLEE 

Valley Station 
PATRICIA E. LAWSON 

Battletown 
MARY J. LAYFORD 

Dayton, Ohio 
JOHN C. LEAKE 

Raywick 
NORMAN A. LEDFORD 

Harrodsburg 
JERRY W. LEFEVERS 

P neville 
CAROL J. LEHMAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
REBEKAH R. LeMASTER 

Lou'sville 
NANCY L. LETHGO 

Ravenna 
JAMES M. LEWIS 

Davton, Ohio 
STEPHEN S. LEWIS 

Lexington 
SUSAN C. LEWIS 

Frankfort 
COLEEN S. LIESKE 

Brownsburg, Indiana 
CAROLYN S. LITTERAL 

Irvine 
CELESTINE A. LITTLE 

Louisville 
DAVID M. LLOYD 

Louisville 
TERESA K. LOCKER 

Berea 
ANN E. LOCKWOOD 

Fort Mitchell 
MAHALA A. LOGAN 

Bnrdstown 
REVELLA A.LOGAN 

Danville 
CHARLES J. LONDON 

Louisville 
DONALD L. LONG 

Brodhead 
JERRY A. LONG 

Bellevue 
LARRY M. LONG 

Harrodsburg 
BELINDA E. LOVELL- 

Richmond 
THOMAS A. LOVINS 

Huntington, West Virginia 
WILLIAM S. LUCAS 

Stanford 




Happiness Is Victory Over Western 




PAUL D. LUNDY 

Pineville 
KENNETH G. LUXON 

Richmond 
MARLENE E. LYON 

Louisville 
GLENN E. LYONS 

Aurora, Indiana 
JACK L. LYONS 

Louisville 
MIKE C. LYONS 

South Shore 
KELTA A. McCABE 

Elizabethtown 
E. LYNN McCALL 

Newton. New Jersey 
WILLIAM C. McCAW 

Lexington 
TERRY L. McCRACKEN 

Richmond 
ROBERT W. McCLOUD 

Harrodsburg 
NANCY P. McDEVITT 

Louisville 
TRISH E. McDEVITT 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

byron d. Mcdonald 

Danville 
JEFFREY G. McDONALD 
Paris 

karol s. Mcdowell 

Shelbyville 
JEAN L. McGREW 

Eminence 
ELIZABETH K. McGEE 

Louisville 
SHARON G. McGEE 

Falmouth 
JAMES M. McGLONE 

Harrodsburg 
JENNIFER J McINTOSH 

Winchester 



489 



ROGER D. McKINNEY 

Richmond 
HELEN M.McNAY 

Falmouth 
WILLIAM D. McNEIL 

Louisville 
BARBARA S. McWHORTER 

Knifley 
SARAH E. MACKEY 

Louisville 
REBECCA J. MACY 

Hardinsburg 
JAMES H. MADDEN 

Evarts 
JANICE M. MADISON 

Albany 
DEBORAH J. MAGGARD 

Hazard 
WINNIE A. MALATESTA 

Maple Shade, New Jersey 
ROBERT C. M ALONE Y 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM P. MANION 

Maysville 
BARBARA J. MANN 

Carrollton 
ED MARCUM 

Paris 
VIVIAN G. MARCUM 

McKee 
MARY J. MARSHALL 

Jackson 
JAMES C. MARTIN 

Covington 
KATHY MARTIN 

Richmond 
LOIS MARTIN 

Garrett 
NORMAN A. MARTIN, JR. 

Wilmington, Ohio 
GARY L. MASON 

Booneville 




SOPHOMORES 




JAYNE A. MASON 

Loveland, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. MASTERS 

Cottonburg 
KATHLEEN A. MATCHETT 

Fort Mitchell 
MARY J. MATTHEWS 

Louisville 
MARION C. MATTINGLY 

Springfield 
FRANCINE E. MAXWELL 

Louisville 
JUDY G. MAYFIELD 

Lancaster 
DAVID K. MAUPIN 

Louisville 
ANN MAYO 

Martin 
GINGER A, MEDLEY 

Middlesboro 
JOSEPH D. MEDLEY 

Loretto 
BEVERLY S. MEECE 

Dayton, Ohio 
SANDRA R. MERCER 

West Point 
THOMAS R. MERCER 

Edgewood 
JOHN W. MERRILL 

Barnesville, Ohio 
MARY K. MIFFLIN 

Georgetown 
SUSAN L. MILES 

Lexington 
JANET S. MILLER 

Ft. Mitchell 
JOHN T. MILLER 

Russell Springs 
MARIAN R. MILLER 

Hardingburg 
PAMELA M. MILLER 

Centerville, Ohio 



Students, faculty and alumni urge the Colonels on 
to victory. 



490 





SHELBIE J. MILLER 

Williamsburg 
STEPHEN R. MILLER 

Louisville 
BARBARA J. MILLS 

London 
PHYLLIS K. MIRACLE 

Barbourville 
DWIGHT E. MITCHELL 

Batavia, Ohio 
JULIA A. MOLYNEAUX 

Bardstown 
MAX L. MONEY 

Pineville 
CARL E. MOODY 

Harlan 
TOMMY F. MOODY 

Middlesboro 
ANN B. MOORE 

Bethlehem 
DIANA MOORE 

Pikeville 
DONNA S. MOORE 

Barbourville 
HARRY E. MOORE 

Maysville 
JOHN R. MOORE 

Frankfort 
LYDIA C. MOORE 

Booneville 
SANDRA J. MOORMAN 

Dayton, Ohio 
PATRICIA D. MORELAND 

Maysville 
SUSAN C. MORGAN 

Albany 
STEPHEN E. MORRISON 

Lexington 
CRAIG R. MOSHER 

Louisa 
CAROL F. MOSS 

Lexington 



Winning Team Plus Fans; Championship Formula 



ROGER J. MUNCH 

Dover, New Jersey 
LINDA L. MURPHY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JACKIE MURRAY 

Valley Station 
SUSAN J. MYERS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
R. SUSAN NANCE 

Pikeville 
CAROLYN NATICCHIONI 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LONNIE C. NAYLOR 

Lancaster 
MOLLY K. NEAL 

Saint Albans, West Virginia 
PAULA L. NEAL 

Irvine 
LINDA S. NICHOLS 

Cynthiana 
FRANK B. NIEMEYER 

Ft. Mitchell 
GARY T. NOLAND 

Stanford 
DANNY NORDHEIM 

Lebanon. Ohio 
LYNDA S. NORFLEET 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
DAVID S. NORMAN 

Louisville 
DONNA J. NORTHCUTT 

Independence 
GEORGE P. NORTON 

Winchester 
BARRY M. OGDEN 

Lexington 
CAROL A. OLIVER 

Winchester • 
STANLEY R. OLIVER 

Campton 
DAVID M. O'NEAL 

Germantown, Ohio 
KATHLEEN G. O'NEILL 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
ERIC V. O REA 

Louisville 
CAROLYN K. ORME 

Milford. Ohio 
ROBERTA A OSBORN 

Morrow, Ohio 
KAREN M. OSBORNE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MADELEINE OSBORNE 

Ashland 
CHESTER M. OTIS, JR. 

Mt. Sterling 
CHARLES A. OWENS 

Louisville 
DELMAR OWENS 

Nicholasville 
MAVA J. OWENS 

Mt. Vernon 
AUDEEN PACE 

Winchester 
RICHARD M. PACK 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
NATASHA T. PARKS 

Richmond 
VIRGINIA I. PARMLEY 

Monticello 




491 




LINDA L. PARRETT 

Annville 
JOY L. PARRIGIN 

Monticello 
HOWARD B. PASLEY 

Winchester 
ANNETTE S. PAULEY 

Williamson, West Virginia 
MILDRED E. PAYNE 

Louisville 
DONALD G. PEACE 

Lexington 
KENNETH E. PEACE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHERRI L. PEAN 

Dayton, Ohio 
KRISTINE PEASE 

Cortrn 
PRISCILLA A. PECK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES V. PELLEGRINON 

New Boston, Ohio 
RONNIE PENNINGTON 

Manchester 
B. JILL PERKINS 

Louisville 
HARRY B. PETERS, JR. 

Springfield 
ANNA L. PETTIGREW 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
CAROL A. PFEIFER 

Alexandria, Virginia 
PATRICIA A. PHELPS 

Columbia 
GAIL PHILLIPS 

Richmond 
RICKY L. PHILPOT 

Centerville, Ohio 
PAUL G. PICKRELL 

Augusta 
ANN L. PIPPIN 

Louisville 
GAYLE J. PITTMAN 

Louisville 
JANET S. PLAYFORTH 

Crab Orchard 
WILLIAM R. PLOUVIER 

Hodgenville 
PAMELA M. POPE 

Fern Creek 
LARRY S. POTRAFKE 

Norwood, Ohio 
CECELIA S. POTTER 

Harrodsburg 
LAVONNA POTTER 

Elkhorn City 
VICKI G. POTTER 

Worthington 
MARTHA J. POWELL 

Louisville 
DONALD G. POWERS 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
VAN A. POWERS 

Lexington 
JERRY L. POYNTER 

Livingston 
JAMES A. PRATT 

West Mansfield, Ohio 
JERRY L. PRICE 

Paris 



SOPHOMORES 



Some talent and a few friends fill up a lonely X;t,~ 
weekend. 
















492 



SHARON G. PUCKETT 

Hazel Green 
ISHMAEL L. PURCELL 

Lexington 
JUDY PYLE 

Harlan 
JAMES R. QUEENER 

Benham 
PAMELA K. QUIGGINS 

Louisville 
SHARON E. QUIGGINS 

Lou'sville 
EDGAR A. RAHER 

Carrol Iton 
DENNIS S. RAISOR 

Sanders 
D. THOMAS RAMEY 

Park Hills 
NIKKI L. RAMSEY 

Monticello 
LOUIS A. RANIERO, JR. 

Newport 
KENNETH J. RAPP 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM R. RATCLIFF 

Corinth 
FREDERICK C. RATLIFF 

Hazard 
PAT RAUEN 

Fort Mitchell 
JANICE L. RAWSON 

Ashland 
STUART A. REAGAN 

Frankfort 
CHARLES B. REED III 

Louisville 
GWENDOLYN S. REED 

Covington 
JACQUELINE L. REED 

Lou'sville 
PETER D. REED 

Levittown, Pennsylvania 
GAIL S. REEDY 

Norwood, Ohio 
DEBORAH J. REEVES 

Walton 
GREGORY A. REEVES 

Lookout Heights 
JANICE E. REEVES 

Richmond 
WILLIAM B. REEVES 

Lexington 
EILEEN M. REHKAMP 

Florence 
LUCRETIA J. REID 

Lexington 
JANYCE L. REINDERS 

Florence 
THELMA F. RELFORD 

Lexington 
CAROLYN D. REYNOLDS 

Hazard 
DAN C REYNOLDS 

Cottonburg 
JAMES W. REYNOLDS 

Pikeville 
JOE A. REYNOLDS 

Richmond 
EDNA J. RICE 

Catlettsburg 




A University Is More Than Buildings 




PAM J. RICE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KENNETH A. RICHARDSON 

Dayton 
LARRY E. RICHARDSON 

Williamsburg 
MARTHA J. RICHESON 

Louisville 
LINDA D. RICHTER 

Garrett 
MARY K. RIDDLE 

Monterey 
DWON C. RIDLEY 

Louisville 
MARY E. RILEY 

Nicholasville 
PATRICIA M. RITCHEY 

Lexington 
LINDA F. RITCHIE 

Maysville 
MARY S. ROACH 

Eau Gallic, Florida 
BRENDA C. ROBERTS 

Hustonville 
JAMES S. ROBERTS 

Middletown, Ohio 
KEVIN M. ROBERTSON 

Lebanon 
PEGGY L. ROBINETTE 

Harlan 
SHIRLEY J. ROBINSON 

Shelbyville 
STEPHEN H. ROCKENSTEIN 

Covington 
JUDY C. ROESCH 

New Lebanon, Ohio 
HAZEL J. ROGERS 

Richmond 
KENNETH L. ROGERS 

Lookout Heights 
PAUL B. ROGERS 

Winchester 



493 



GERMAINE V. ROGGENKAMP 

Louisville 
SUSAN J. ROLLER 

Louisville 
MARY C. ROSE 

Owenton 
JULIA L. ROSS 

Ashland 
GERALD L. ROWE 

Georgetown 
SUE E. ROWLEY 

Celina, Ohio 
FAY ROY 

Columbia 
LARRY W. ROYALTY 

Paris 
PAULA L. RUBY 

Chaplin 
JOHN E. RUCK 

Bellevue 
STEVEN M. RUCKMAN 

Plymouth, Ohio 
SAM L. RUDER 

London 
PHILLIP RUNYON 

Richmond 
STEPHEN A. RUPARD 

Winchester 
MARGARET M. RYAN 

Peek-skill, New Yoik 
BECKY SAMPLES 

Tipp City, Ohio 
ERA G. SANDERS 

Ettrick, Virginia 
PHIL D SAPP 

Maysville 
JAMES P. SAUNDERS 

Salem. Indiana 
THOMAS E. SAUNDERS 

Owensville 
MARTHA SAYLOR 

R'chmond 
JOHN-H. SCARBOROUGH 

Northfield, New Jersey 
SANDRA L. SCHAFER 

Florence 
SHARON L. SCHRADIN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
RON A. SCHREICK 

Lucasville, Oh : o 
SHIRLY L. SCHUETZ 

Sidney, Ohio 
PAMELA M. SCHULTE 

Bellevue 
RHONDA R. SCHWARTZ 

Van Wert. Oh : o 
JAMES V, SCHWARZ 

Levittown, Pennsylvania 
GARY L. SCHWEIKERT 

Newport 
SHERRILL L. SCHWEITZER 

Bardstown 
DIANNA K. SCOTT 

M'lton 
CHARLES G. SCRIVNER 

MARILYN J. SCROGGIN 

Burlington 
MARGENE SEARS 

Norwood, Ohio 




Students Voice Opinions at Campus Elections 




CLYDE E. SELLERS 

Loveland, Ohio 
BEVERLY L, SETTLES 

Jeffersontown 
CAROL R. SEVERS 

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 
DEAN SHARP 

Cynthiana 
VALERIE E. SHAW 

Lexington 
CARL A. SHAY 

Newport 
PHYLLIS J. SHEPHERD 

Mt. Vernon 
RANDY S. SHEPHERD 

South Shore 
PATRICK T. SHERIDAN 

Newport 
MARK SHIREMAN 

Brandenburg 
SHARON E. SHIVELEY 

Batavia, Oh'O 
BERNIE A. SHORT 

Lexington 
CONNIE M. SHOTWELL 

Florence 
ELEANOR J. SIMPKINS 

Phelps 
ELLEN H. SIMPSON 

Louisville 
MARYSUSAN J. SIMPSON 

Junction City 
ROSE M. SIMPSON 

Lexington 
TERRY J. SIMS 

Lancaster 
TERRY W. SINGLETON 

Richmond 
ERNEST W. SKAGGS 

Buffalo 
GREGORY A. SKAGGS 

Allison Park, Pennsylvania 



494 




MARGARET A. SKAGGS 

Ashland 
GILDA E. SKEEN 

Reading, Ohio 
JAY H. SKEEN 

Reading. Ohio 
HAROLD S. SLOAN 

Elkhorn City 
CULLEN B. SLONE 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
SUSAN L. SMALL 

Carlisle 
BETTY S. SMITH 

Jeffersontown 
HAL D. SMITH 

Grayson 
CHERYL L. SMITH 

Louisville 
CLARA M. SMITH 

Batavia, Oh : o 
CRAIG C. SMITH 

Bellevue 
DIANNE SMITH 

London 
DEANNE E. SMITH 

Cincinnati, Ahio 
JAYNE W. SMITH 

Hazard 
LEANNA SMITH 

Morrow, Ohio 
MARK R. SMITH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MITCHELL E. SMITH 

Stanton 
PHYLLIS A. SMITH 

Harlan 
SHARON A. SMITH 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
MYRA J. SNAPP 

Cynthiana 
NOLAN S. SNELL 

Covington 



SOPHOMORES 



JOEL A, SNELLING 

Springfield, Oho 
DEBBIE K. SNIDER 

Mt. Orab, Ohio 
MICHAEL H. SNYDER 

Louisville 
LARRY V. SOLVEY 

Mineral City. Ohio 
JAMES E. SOSBY 

Winchester 
STEPHEN D. SPARKS 

Winchester 
JERRY H. SPARROW 

Burgin 





Democracy prevails on Eastern's campus. 



495 



SAMUEL D. SPEARS 

Albany 
RONALD W. SPENCER 

Walton 
SANDRA L. SPIESER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDITH C. SPOO 

Lou-sville 
ROBIN R. SPROLES 

Mt. Sterling 
STEVEN B. STANLEY 

Rushsylvania. Ohio 
PAMELA J. STAPLETON 

Elkhorn City 
HOWARD R. STARNES 

Elkhorn City 
DAVID E. STEBING 

Aubutn, Indiana 
LANA C. STEELMAN 

Harrison, Ohio 
BOBBI K. STERN 

Louisville 
BARBARA G. STEVENSON 

Winchester 
SHARON R. STEWART 

Lexington 
ALLEN F. STEWART 

Taylorsville 
STEPHEN A. STICE 

Louisville 
DIANNE E. STOEBER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONNIE E. STONE 

Lebanon, Ohio 
CHARLES W. STOUT 

Shelbyville 
RICHARD D. STOVER 

Carbondale, Pennsylvania 
JAMES H. STRINGER 

Danville 
LEONARD B. STRONG 
Beattyville 




Suitcasing Is a Favorite Sport Among Students 




PATRICIA A. STUDER 

Cold Springs 
CATHY L. SULLIVAN 

Goshen, Ohio 
TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN 

Gahanna, Ohio 
LORIE L. SUSEMICHEL 

Louisville 
GROVER T. SYCK 

Pikeville 
RICHARD W. TABELING 

Covington 
SANDRA S. TARTER 

Nancy 
DONNA S. TAYLOR 

Corbin 
IRIS K. TAYLOR 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JANE D. TAYLOR 

Bardstown 
RALPH D. TAYLOR 

Morrow, Ohio 
WILLIAM E. TAYLOR 

Honey Bee 
GARY S. TEDFORD 

Norwood, Ohio 
SUE C. TERRELL 

Chaplin 
BETTY B. TERRY 

Mt. Sterling 
CRAIG R. THALMANN 

Harrington Park. New Jersey 
BARBARA A. THOMAS 

Pine Knot 
CHARLES R. THOMAS 

Pineville 
MARGARET V. THOMAS 

Greenup 
NORRIS E. THOMAS 

Rush 
RITA THOMAS 

Elizabethtown 
WALTER W. THOMAS 

Fort Myers Beach, Florida 
BRUCE N. THOMPSON 

Pleasureville 
DEBORAH L.THOMPSON 

Cleves, Ohio 
DELSIE L. THOMPSON 

Carlisle 
DORIS K. THOMPSON 

Pikeville 
ELLA R. (FISCHER) 

THOMPSON 

Lexington 
LETITIA A. THOMPSON 

Louisville 
WILLIAM C. THOMPSON 

Ravenna 
WILLIAM F. THOMPSON 

Florence 
WILLIAM G. THOMPSON 

Pineville 
FREDDIE J. TOLLE 

Maysville 
DARLENE TOLLIVER 

Titusville, Florida 
ANN H. TOWLER 

Ashland 
CAROL L. TRABITS 

Fredonia, New York 



496 




On weekends one feels all alone and, at 
times, he is. 



SOPHOMORES 



A. GUYVONNE TRIBBLE 

Richmond 
TERESA A. TROWER 

Fern Creek 
GARY E. TRUSTY 

Garrett 
SARA H. TUGGLE 

Somerset 
JUDITH A. TURNER 

Maysville 
RITA L. TURNER 

Richmond 
CAROL A. TUTTLE 

London 
LINDA M. TYLER 

Anderson, Indiana 
JOSEPH D. ULRICH 

Farmersville, Ohio 
JANICE C. UPTON 

Louisville 
JACQUELINE I. VanASDLAN 

Ft. Thomas 
KENNETH J. VanDEVENTER 

Elmhurst, Illinois 
GARY K. VanHOOSE 

Paintsville 
LINDA L. VanHORNE 

Cincinnati 
GAIL A. VanNESS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA M. VanOSS 

Dayton, Ohio 
BEVERLY VanPELT 

Leesburg. Ohio 
CHARLES G. VanPELT 

Edmeston, New York 
LOIS A. VAUGHN 

Stearns 
ANNE C. VAVRA 

Cleveland, Ohio 
CONNIE M. VERMILLION 

Junction City 
SARA A. VICE 

Maysville 
CATHERINE D. VIPPERMAN 

Bethel. Ohio 
MICHAEL R. VOTEL 

Newport 
DURRELL L. WACHS 

Southgate 
MADLYN G. WADDELL 

Russell 
GLENN E. WADE 
Springboro, Ohio 
CLAIRE F. WAGNER 

Middlesboro 
ROBERT J. WAGNER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBORAH E. WAINSCOTT 

Burlington 
SANDRA K. WAITS 

LaGrange 
VICKI D. WAITS 

Frankfort 
CANDACE S. WALKER 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 
DONALD R. WALKER 

Niagara Falls, New York 
HAROLD C. WALLACE 
Amelia, Ohio 




t § f f f 



497 



SAMUEL M. WARD 

Hazard 
CAROLYN L. WARINNER 

Albany 
WILLIAM D. WARINNER 

Albany 
GREGORY S. WARNER 

Richmond 
SHARON S. WARNER 

Austin, Indiana 
EARL D. WARREN 

Ft. Mitchell 
JAMES A. WARREN 

Independence 
JOHN H. WARTHMAN 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
GLORIA Y. WATERS 

Lebanon Junction 
PEGGY J. WATKINS 

Beattyville 
STEVEN C. WATKINS 

Troy, Ohio 
VIRGINIA L. WATKINS 

Hazard 
ANNE B. WATSON 

Louisville 
WILLIAM H. WATSON 

Crab Orchard 
DEBORAH L. WAYMAN 

Fort Mitchell 
CHERYL A. WEAVER 

Florence 
GAYLE C. WELLS 

Paris 
PHILLIP R. WELLS 

Cincinnati, Ahio 
RONNIE D. WELLS 

Paintsville 
JUDITH A. WESSEL 

Cleves, Ohio 
DOUG W, WEST 

Richmond 



f t t 




t MR ; f 





SOPHOMORES 




CONSTANCE R. WHEELER 

Ashland 
DOUGLAS R. WHEELER 

Bedford 
JOE P. WHEELER 

Bardstown 
MELINDA L. WHEELER 

Lexington 
RHONDA M. WHITAKER 

Smithfield 
CAROLE L. WHITE 

Xenia, Ohio 
MARGARET J. WHITEHEAD 

Brooksville 
RHONDA G. WHITEHEAD 

Lexington 
STEVE A. WHITEHOUSE 

Milford, Ohio 
ROBERT B. WHITLOCK 

Richmond 
SUSAN WHITTON 

Frankfort 
CARL H. WICHLUND 

Independence 
MARTY A. WIDMER 

Louisville 
SHARON WIENTJES 

Waynesville, Ohio 
SUSAN C. WILCHER 

Jeffersontown 
CAROL L. WILCOX 

Marion, Ohio 
CHARLES C. WILEY 

Richmond 
MILLERSON L. WILKINS 

Louisville 
BETTY A. WILLIAMS 

Barbourville 
JAMES W. WILLIAMS 

Bethel, Ohio 
MARGARET A. WILLIAMS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SANDRA K. WILLIAMS 

Corbin 
TED S. WILLIAMS 

London 
SHARON D. WILLIS 

Corbin 
JANE F. WILLS 

Winchester 
DOUGLAS D. WILSON 

Gobblers Knob 
LINDA L. WILSON 

Valley Station 
MARY S. WILSON 

Eubank 
RODNEY J. WILSON 

New Lexington, Oho 
RUTH A. WILSON 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
CYNTHIA C. WINBURN 

Ft. Thomas 
MICHON R. WINTER 

Detroit, Michigan 
KAREN A. WISHER 

Covington 
MARGARET E. 
WOJCIECHOWSKI 

Fleming 
JAMES C. WOMACK 

Grayson 



498 




MARTIN W. WOODRUFF 

Sabin3, Ohio 
JOHN R. WOOTEN 

Dayton 
ELIZABETH A. 
WORTHINGTON 

Louisville 
CATHY WOZNY 

Louisville 
JOLINDA M. WRIGHT 

Whitesburg 
SHARON K. WRIGHT 

Harrodsburg 
LARRY G. WYATT 

Berea 
IRENE A. WYCKOFF 

Toledo, Ohio 
YOSHIHIKO YAGI 

Tokyo, lapan 
RICHARD H, YATES 

Washington D.C. 
AMELIA L. YOUNG 

Lexington 
DOUGLAS A. YOUNG 

Gahanna, Ohio 
DOUGLASS W. YOUNG 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN A. YOUNG 

Junction C'ty 
LINDA M. YOUNG 

West Chester, Ohio 
MICHAEL R. YOUNG 

Lexington 
SUE M. ZAVIS 

Cleveland. Ohio 
LINDA F. ZWICK 

Lexington 



The first snow ushers in a feeling of peace and tranquility. 




m m*mr 




499 



FRESHMEN - Class of 1972 




CLASS OFFICERS: MR. FRED W. BRIZENDINE, Sponsor, 
DR. EMOGENE M. HOGG, Sponsor; NAN HUDSON, Re- 
porter; SUZANNE HIGGINS, Treasurer; PAULA McCANN, 



Secretary; CHRISTY SCHAEFER, Student Council; KIP CAM- 
ERON, President; CHARLES DORROH, Vice President. 



Homesickness, bewilderment, and adventure 
seized the freshman class as they said tearful 
farewells to their families. Only freshmen know 
the anticipation and fear that is felt during 
Orientation Week. Many new friends are made 
and the trials and tribulations of dorm life are 
overcome. After numerous meetings with ad- 
visors and painstaking care, a schedule is finally 
made only to be completely revised during the 
hectic confusion of registration. At last, after 
hours of panic, disappointment, and sometimes 
tears, they emerge with a handful of precious 
class cards. 

Their college experiences grow through the 
excitement of homecoming, football and basket- 
ball games, the White Rose Formal, and the 
drudgery of cramming for finals. At times it 
seems as if the whole world was against them 
and they were often scared, depressed, and 
ready to give up, but they bravely faced the 
challenge of college life. 



500 



PAMELA C. ADAMS 

Sulphur 
SONDRA J. ADAMS 

Carrollton 
DAVID S. ADAMSON 

Louisville 
BRENDA 1. ADCOCK 

Shelbyville 
CAROLYN G. ADKINS 

JAMES C. ADRIAN 

Lexington 
JUDITH A. AHLERS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
NANCY L. AHLERS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN D. AIKEN 

Babylon, New Yotk 
JOHN AKEMON. Ill 

Barwick 
STEPHEN K. AKER 

Brookville, Oh'o 
TERRY J. AKERS 

Lexington 
WILLARD L. AKERS 

Hazard 
JEANNE A. ALBRECHT 

New Lebanon, Ohio 




The World of Eastern Confronts Freshmen 







PATRICIA S. ALEXANDER 

Ravenna 
MARY M. ALFORD 

WILLIAM C. ALFORD 

Waynesburg 
BETTY L. ALLEN 

Irvine 
DIANA L. ALLEN 

R'chmond 
LINDA L. ALLEN 

Dayton, Ohio 
MICHAEL W. ALLEN 

Oneida 
SAMMY D. ALLEY 

Albany 
GLENN L. ALLRED 

Belfrv 
ELIZABETH P. AMBROSE 

R'chmond 
ALBERT ANDERSON, JR. 

Coxton 
CESSIE M. ANDERSON 

Hall 
DONNA S. ANDERSON 

Louisville 
GARY B. ANDERSON 

Eubank 
KAREN M. ANDERSON 

Middletown, Ohio 
KELLY R. ANDERSON 

Carrollton 
RALPH ANDERSON 

Lancaster 
LINDA S, ANDREW 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAMELA M. ANDREW 

Bedford 
JEAN A. ANSLEY 

Kenton, Ohio 
BRENDA S. ANTHONY 

Louisville 
ROBERT D. ANTROBUS 

Falmouth 
BEVERLY D. ARD 

Danville 
MICHAEL L. ARMSTRONG 

Dayton, Ohio 
JAMES C. ARTHUR 

Erlanger 
WILLIAM C. ASHBY 

Valley Station 
ANNA M, ASHCRAFT 

Hamilton, Ohio 
NOAH M. ASHER 

Berea 
LINDA L. ATKINSON 

Valley Station 
CANDACE J. AULICK 

Covington 
JIM E. AUSTIN 

Louisville 
THOMAS E. AVERITT, JR. 

Thomson, Georgia 
SHARON L. BABB 

West Milford, New Jersey 
ROY T. BABER 

Paris 
FANNY S. BACK 

Jeremiah 



501 



GERALD L. BACK 

Loirsville 
STEPHEN A. BACK 

Washington, D.C. 
CHERYL C. BADGER 

Valley Station 
CAROLYN BAGWELL 

Louisville 
DEBORAH L. BAILEY 

Demossville 
DEVONA L. BAILEY 

Valley Station 
GARY S. BAILEY 

Shelbyville 
PATRICIA A. BAILEY 

Dayton, Ohio 
HERBERT C. BAIRD, II 

Troy, Ohio 
CHARLES D. BAKER 

Mt. Vernon 
DAVID J. BALL 

Ashland 
LINDA S. BALL 

Ham'lto". Ohio 
N. CATHERINE BALL 

Dayton, Ohio 
ELIZABETH A. BALLARD 

Lexington 




Registration Is an Unavoidable Horror 




ROBERT H. BALLARD 

Lancaster 
CANDICE J. BALMOS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CLINTON W. BANTA 

Corbin 
JACK R. BARBER 

Ashland 
MICHAEL D. BARKER 

Taylor Mill 
ANN E. BARLOW 

Indianapolis, Ind'ana 
MICHAEL L. BARNARD 

Erlander 
GERALD E. BARNES 

Dayton, Ohico 
JANICE K. BARNES 

Louisville 
SANDRA J. BARNES 

Dayton, Ohio 
RON L. BARNETT 

Lexington 
CHARLES A, BARR 

Louisville 
DONALD K. BARTH 

Dayton 
JAMES C. BARTLESON 

Burgin 
ROGER L. BASHAM 

Louisville 
BRUCE M. BASS 

Louisville 
WILLIAM K. BATTE 

Cynthiana 
JAMES R. BAUER 

Lockland, Ohio 
EVELYN BAUGHLYONS 

Bethelridge 
LINDA L. BAUGR 

Harrison. Ohio 
DANIEL J. BAUR 

Athens, Ohio 
ADAIR R. BAXTER 

Mt. Sterling 
CHERI L. BEADLE 

New Boston, Ohio 
WILLIAM J. BEARD 

Louisville 
PHYLLIS J. BECK 

Ft. Mitchell 
RUDOLPH W. BECK 

Suriname, South America 
SUSAN A. BEDELL 

Louisville 
LINDA F. BEECHBQARD 

Monticello 
REBECCA A. BEEKMAN 

Dayton, Ohio 
CAROLYN J. BEELER 

Hazard 
JIMMIE A. BEGLEY 

Hazard 
JOHN W. BEGLEY 

Corbin 
MARSHA J. BEGLEY 

Hyden 
DEBORAH E. BEHYMER 

Hillsboro, Ohio 
ALGIE F. BELCHER, JR. 

ELKHORN City 
MICHAEL S. BELCHER 

Parksville 
LENISE R. BELL 

Louisv'lle 
KATHERINE V. BELLAMY 

Louisville 
MARGARET C. BELLAMY 

Richmond 
ROBERT J. BELLMAN 

Wilmore 
BETH L. BENARD 

North Baltimore, Ohio 
AMOS S. BENJAMIN 

Lexington 



502 




Freshmen face a world of confusion. 



FRESHMEN 



LINDA S. BENNING 

Troy. Ohio 
JACK T. BENNINGS 

Fort Mitchell 
NOELLA Y. BENOIT 

Center Line. Michigan 
DANNY R. BENTLEY 

South Portsmouth 
LINDA A. BENTLEY 

South Portsmouth 
NOVELLA BENTLEY 

Wayland 
NETTA J. BENTON 

Dayton. Ohio 
RICHARD C. BENZ 

Louisville 
DONNA L. BERGEN 

Park Hills 
ELAINE W. BERRY 

Cynthiana 
SANDRA L. BERRY 

Ghent 
T. GAIL BERRY 

Danville 
WANDA L. BERRY 

Ghent 
JEAN K. BERTRAND 

Feds Creek 
KEITH T. BERTRAND 

St. Arima, Trinidad 
JOHN J. BIERMANN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JIMMIE BINGHAM 

Flat Lick 
HAROLD W. BIRCHFIELD 

Irvine 
DONNA F. BLACK 

Richmond 
MARY E. BLACK 

Flat Lick 
LINDA C. BLACKBURN 

Burlington 
VICTORIA C. BLACKBURN 

Hazard 
LINDA J. BLACKWOOD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROSA M. BLAIR 

Versailles 
TERRY BLAIR 

Georgetown 
HOWARD D. BLAKE 

Paris 
JIMMY D. BLANKENSHIP 

Nicholasville 
TERRY G. BLANKENSHIP 

Winchester 
JANICE R. BLANTON 

Lynch 
CAROL J. BLAUT 

Southgate 
ANGELA BLEVINS 

Monticello 
PRISCILLA F. BLEVINS 

Jenkins 
JOHN C. BLUM 

Louisville 
BONNIE S. BLUMER 

Erlanger 
RANDY F. BOARD 

Louisville 
HARVEY H. BODLEY 

Loveland, Ohio 
CAROLYN L. BOGGESS 

Greenville 
LAUREN B. BOGO 

Georgetown 
CONSTANCE A. BOHANNON 

Louisville 
ALLEN E. BOKELMAN 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
DAVE J. BOKELMAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANIEL U. BORDEN 

Covington 




503 







ELAINE L. BORING 

Mt. Gilead, Ohio 
STEVEN K. BORING 

Mount Gilead, Ohio 
PAMELA K. BOSTICK 

Lebanon, Ohio 
DAVID A. BOTTOM 

Springfield 
GUY S. BOTTS 

Florence 
STEPHANIE K. BOWERS 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
•GLENNA P. BOWLIN 

Richmond 
JOY L. BOWLING 

Chavies 
MICHAEL L. BOWLING 

Versailles, Indiana 
LOYD BOWMAN 

Manchester 
TERRY BOX 

Cynthiana 
PATTI A. BOYD 

Newport 
MICHAEL L. BRAMMELL 

Grayson 
SHARON K. BRANDENBURG 

Clay Citv 
SHERRY BRASHEAR 

Masons Creek 
BARBARA A. BRAY 

Butler 
ROBERT B BREEDING 

Monticello 
CLIFFORD A. BREEHL, JR. 

Louisville 
ARTHUR P. BRENDA 

Crab Orchard 
RAYMOND O. BRENDA 

Crab Orchard 
ILENE BRENT 

Carrollton 
KATHY BREUEL 

Miami, Florida 
CYNTHIA A. BREWER 

Dayton, Ohio 
GARY D. BREWER 

Louisa 
LONNIE D. BREWER 

Flemingsburg 
NANCY L. BRITTON 

Harrodsburg 
DONALD W. BROCK 

Lexington 
TONY BROCKMAN 

McKee 
KURT H. BROERING 

Ft. Thomas 
ALICE M. BROOKS 

Frankfort 
DON C. BROOKS 

Richmond 
LESLIE C. BROSIUS 

Hamilton. Ohio 
ARCIE G. BROWN 

Albany 
BETTY J. BROWN 

Brodhead 
BRENDA G. BROWN 

Rockholds 
JOE K. BROWN 

Danville 
JOHN R. BROWN 

Oneida 
JOYCE A. BROWN 

Foster 
MARILYN A. BROWN 

Troy, Ohio 
MICHAEL C. BROWN 

Lexington 
PHILLIP E. BROWN 

Louisville 
RUTH A. BROWN 

East Bernstadt 



Even Roommates Can Be Your Best Friend 



SHARON A. BROWN 

Barbourville 
SUE M. BROWN 

Ft. Mitchell 
VICTORIA L. BROWN 

Grayson 
WILLIAM D. BROWN 

Dayton, Ohio 
RONNIE L. BROWNING 

Falmouth 
DARLENE A. BRUCE 

Valley Station 
MARILYN C. BRUCE 

Ft Mitchell 
GEORGE C. BRYANT 

Burnside 
LINDA S. BRYANT 

Louisville 
SHERRY L. BRYANT 

Louisville 
ANNE E. BUCKHOLZ 

Frankfort 
BARBARA A. BUDKE 

Covington 
MICHAEL A. BUIS 

Liberty 
DOROTHY A. BULCHER 

Versailles. Ohio 




504 



JUDITH ANN BULLOCK 

Brodhead 
MICHAEL R. BURCHWELL 

Greenup 
ANNE K. BURDETTE 

Lebanon 
JANICE O. BURDETTE 

Lancaster 
DAVID A. BURDINE 

Lexington 
JERRY F. BURKE 

Mouth Card 
MARGARET A. BURKE 

Louisville 
PATRICIA Y. BURKE 

Hamilton, Ohio 
SHARON K. BURKE 

Mouth Card 
VIOLET BURKE 

Lancaster 
SUZANNE R. BURKRART 

Valley Station 
ANN L. BURKHEAD 

Mt. Washington 
JUDY K. BURTON 

Corbin 
SHERRILL L. BURTON 

Monticello 
ELIZABETH B. BUSCHEMEYER 

Louisville 
BARRY L. BUSH 

Winchester 
LARRY G. BUSH 

Winchester 
BRUCE E. BUTCHER 

Lexington 
KATHLEEN J. BUTLER 

Troy, Ohio 
SHARON E. BYERS 

Canton, North Carolina 
JOYCE L. BYRUM 

Louisville 
JUDITH E. CAHALL 

Georgetown, Ohio 
WILLIAM R. CALDWELL 

Carlisle 
RICHARD K. CAMERON 

Hopkinsville 
EARL F. CAMIC 

Harrodsburg 
DARRELL CAMPBELL 

Krypton 
DIANE CAMPBELL 

Mt. Sterling 
JAMES K. CAMPBELL 

Campton 
LARRY J. CAMPBELL 

Richmond 
LINDA K. CAMPBELL 

Lexington 
PATRICIA A. CAMPBELL 

Corbin 
ROGER D. CAMPBELL 

Hazard 
TOMMY D. CAMPBELL 

Lebanon, Ohio 
DAVID W. CANNON 

Middlesboro 
DAVID H. CAPPEL 

Covington 
JAMES K. CAREY 

Harrodsburg 
VELMA J. CAREY 

Louisville 
BARRY W. CARMICKLE 

Danville 
DONALD D. CARMICLE 

Liberty 
CAROLYN J. CARNES 

Richmond 
JO A. CARNES 

R-chmond 
MONTY D. CARNEY 

Louisville 




fc'L%lf 'fe fc 



FRESHMEN 




Eastern is a microcosm of many indi- 
viduals. 




A variety of expressions, from happi- 
ness to disgust, accompany an Eastern 
football game. 



FRESHMEN 



PAUL D. CARPENTER 

Paris 
PATRICIA A. CARR 

Williamsburg 
BARRY D. CARRENDER 

Burgin 
FRANCIS I. CARRICO 

Louisville 
KEITH F. CARROLL 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARSHALL T. CARTER 

Louisville 
NONA G CARTER 

Hustonville 
REBECCA L. CARTWRIGHT 

Akron, Ohio 
HAROLD W. CARVER 

Albany 
OTTIS W. CARVER, JR. 

Belfry 
BARBARA J. CASH 

Danville 
RHONDA CASSIDY 

Stanford 
ARTHUR D. CASSILL 

Chatauqua, Ohio 
CHERYL L. CASTLE 

Paintsville 
LOIS C. CAUDILL 

Hazard 
JO A. CAVALIER 

Huntington, New York 
JOHN T. CENTER 

Campton 
SHARON G. CHADWELL 

Booneville 
SHARON E. CHANEY 

Troy. Ohio 
WENDELL T. CHANEY 

Waynesvlle, Ohio 
JACQUELINE R. CHAPMAN 

Bethel, Ohio 
DORANN CHASE 

Mt. Vernon 
NINA CHASE 

Richmond 
BILLIE G. CHELF 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ANNA L. CHENAULT 

Richmond 
MARTHA A. CHILDERS 

Pikeville 
MARY L. CHILDERS 

Middletown 
JUDITH A. CHILES 

Falmouth 
TERRY R. CHITTUM 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
EVELYN L. CHRISMAN 

San Gap 
JOANNE F. CLAGUE 

Lexington 
JANICE L. CLARK 

Hamilton, Ohio 
MURRAY B. CLARK 

Mt. Washington 
SARAH J. CLARK 

Lexington 
MICHAEL A. CLAYTON 

Lenoxburg 
DELORES. J. CLEVINGER 

Breaks, Virginia 
MARY B. CLICK 

Barbourville 
BARBARA A. CLIFFORD 

Englewood, Ohio 
TERESA A. CLIFTON 

Lexington 
KAREN CLINE 

Lovely 
OWEN L. CLUTTERBUCK 

Newport 
DANIEL J. COALT 

Dayton, Ohio 




506 




SARAH M. COBB 

Fort Mitchell 
GWENDOLYN COBURN 

Ashland 
ELIZABETH L. 
COCANOUGHER 

Richmond 
TONY C. COCANOUGHER 

Perryville 
SHARON R. COCHRAN 

Kettering, Ohio 
ALLEN W. COFFEY 

Louisville 
CAROLYN F. COIN 

Livermore 
ALLAN D. COLDIRON 

Bledsoe 
EVELYN B. COLE 

Louisville 
JAMES C. COLEMAN 

Paris 
JOYCE L. COLLETT 

Covington 
MEI.1NDA S. COLLEY 

Haysi, Virginia 
RENNIE COLLINS 

Greensburg 
WILLIAM M. COLLINS 

Richmond 
DAVID E. COLVILLE 

Ft. Mitchell 
TED L. COLVIN 

Foster 
BONNIE L. COMBS 

Qu cksand 
BYRON F. COMBS 

Hazard 
CHARLOTTE A. COMBS 

Camden, Ohio 
DAVID F. COMPTON 

Louisa 
JAMES M. COMPTON 

Pikeville 
BETTY A. CONGLETON 

Barbourville 
LARRY C, CONNER 

North Middletown 
SARAH J. CONNER 

MICHAEL E. CONNOR 

Covington 
DOROTHY M. COOK 

Nicholasville 
LARRY W. COOK 

Lebanon 
SONDRA L. COOK 

Georgetown 
CATHERINE A. COOPER 

Dayton, Ohio 
KATHALEEN COOPER 

Danville 
WAYNE H. COOPER 

Goshen, Ohio 
DONNA M. COPE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RAYMOND W. COPENHAUER 

Frazer 
COLIN K. CORNETT 

Whitesburg 
DIANA C. CORNETT 

Cawood 
LINDA F. CORNETT 

Lexington 
STEPHEN D. CORNETT 

Ft. Mitchell 
PATRICIA M. CORNWELL 

Louisville 
REGINA B. CORONADO 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 
JUDITH R COSBY 

Richmond 
MARGARET B. COTTEN 

Springfield, Ohio 
JOHN R. COTTRILL 

Hodgenville 



Unforgettable Moments Are Spent Watching the O.V.C. Champs 



ALICE C. COX 

Owensboro 
GARY L. COX 

Elizabethtown 
IRENE COX 

Manchester 
LARRY T. COX 

Danville 
MARY L. COX 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
TERRY C. COX 

Frankfort 
JOHN M. COYLE 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
BRENDA K. CRAFT 

South Shore 
ELINDA D. CRAFT 

South Shore 
NORMA S. CRAFT 

Mayking 
JOYCE A. CRAIG 

Midway 
MARTY A. CRAIG 

Louisville 
PHYLLIS L. CRAIG 

Lexington 
CHARLOTTE F. CRAIN 

Lawrenceburg 




507 



DAVE P. CRAVEN 

Ft. Mitchell 
GERRI L. CRAWFORD 

Manchester 
NANCY S. CRAWFORD 

Manchester 
BYRON D. CREECH 

Eminence 
THOMAS L. CRISPIN 

Louisville 
SHERIDAN L. CROSS 

Elsmene 
DONNA F. CROSSFIELD 

Lawrenceburg 
MELL W. CROUCH, JR. 

Springfield 
DOUGLAS L. CROWE 

Winchester 
GLORIA J. CROWELL 

Vine Grove 
GEORGE D. CULL 

Carrollton 
JOHN W. CURLIS 

Stanford 
JANET L. CURRY 

Richmond 
JILL W. CURRY 

Georgetown 
CONNIE M. CURTIS 

Cynthiana 
MARGO A. CURTSINGER 

Florence 
ANNETTE S. DAFFRON 

Monticello 
JEANIE C. DAFFRON 

Monticello 
DEBRA L. DAHN 

Cynthiana 
MARY C. DAKEL 

Loveland. Ohio 
RONNIE E. DALY 

Lancaster 
SHEILA K. DAMREL 

Beattyville 
EVELYN J. DAMRON 

Pikeville 
ROBERT DANIEL 

Corbin 
MARTHA K. DANIELS 

Frankfort 
LUCY A. DAVIDSON 

Hampton, Virginia 
LYNN S. DAVIDSON 

Pleasant Plain, Ohio 
REBECCA D. DAVIDSON 

Mt. Vernon 
BRUCE H, DAVIS 

Monticello 
LORETTA F. DAVIS 

Richmond 
ROY W. DAVIS 

Lancaster 
BEATRICE R. DAY 

Cromona 
JAMES A. DEAN 

Harrodsburg 
EVELYN R. DeBELL 

Mt. Washington 
DAVE A. DEDRICK 

Wappingers Falls, New York 
PATRICIA A. DEES 

Shelbyville 
DONNA L. DEITEMEYER 

Dayton 
VICTORIA E. DelVECCHIO 

Ashland 
WILLIAM G. DEMPSEY 

Geneseo, New York 
AMIL D DEMROW 

Stanford 
DEBORAH M. DENIAL 

Pleasant Hill, Ohio 
JANET S. DENISTON 

Westport, Indiana 




High School Is Now a Fond Memory 




LINDA C. DENNEY 

Monticello 
MARY E. DENNEY 

Louisville 
KAREN L. DePEW 

Dayton, Ohio 
CHERILYNN S. DeRONDE 

Loveland. Ohio 
TALMADGE C. DERRINGER 

Liberty 
CRAIG L. DICKEN 

New- Carlisle, Ohio 
MICHAEL J. DICKMAN 

Fort Thomas 
DOUGLAS A. DIDION 

Sandusky, Ohio 
CONNIE J. DILS 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
BILLY R. DISHION 

Mt. Vernon 
CHARLES S. DITSLER 

Louisville 
LARRY D. DIXON 

Jenkins 
RITA L. DIXON 

Walton 
LINDA C. DOOLEY 

Hamilton, Ohio 



508 




CHARLES L. DORROH 

Hopkinsville 
JUDY C. DORSE Y 

Hebron 
GEORGE W. DOTSON, JR. 

McCarr 
GEORGE T. DOYLE 

Paris 
CHERYL D. DRINGENBURG 

Florence 
ANNE M. DRISCOLL 

Louisville 
DOUGLAS D. DROZ 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
JEFFREY M. DUFF 

Lexington 
MARY A. DUGAN 

Bloomfield 
RITA J. DULL 

Gratis, Ohio 
PHILLIP R. DUNCAN 

South Shore 
BEVERLY A. DUNN 

Lou ; svilIe 
REX DUNN 

Burgen 
RODNEY K. DUNN 

Louisville 
KATHY DUNSIL 

McKee 
JAMES M. DURHAM 

Stanford 
JANICE L. DURHAM 

Stanford 
DOUG T, DURRETT 

Louisville 
EMILY S. DURRETT 

Snvthfield 
PATRICIA A. DUVALL 

Owenton 
CLAUDE W. DYE 

Somerset 
JUDY A. DYEHOUSE 

Crab Orchard 
KITTY B. DYEHOUSE 

Lancaster 
SALLY B. DYKES 

Richmond 
EMMA J. EDINGTON 

CARL D. EDWARDS 

Lou : svilIe 
FRANK W. EDWARDS, JR. 

Danville 
MARY M. EDWARDS 

Lebanon 
WALLACE EDWARDS 

Booneville 
HARDIN M. EGERTON 

Elizabeththown 
SUE C. EHRMAN 

Fairview Park, Ohio 
ROBERT E. EKLE 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
JAMES R. ELAM 

Monticello 
JERRY R. ELAM 

Monticello 
DONNA L. ELDREDGE 

Paintsville 
JESS L. ELLIS 

Shelbyville 
ROSEMARY E. ELMER 

Fort Thomas 
STEVE D. EMERSON 

Lexington 
DEBBE E. ENDRES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LARRY L. ENGLAND 

Cynthiana 
WILLIAM M. ENGLAND 

Covington 
LINDA S. ENLOW 

Mansfield, Ohio 



FRESHMEN 



JOSEPH ESPINOSA 

S'lver City, New Mexico 
RONNIE W. ESTEP 

Crab Orchard 
BELINDA K. ESTEPP 

Mt. Sterling, Ohio 
JAMES H. EVANS. JR. 

Hustonville 
KATHERINE E. EVANS 

Georgetown 
TEMORD* O. EVANS 

Louisville 
DONNA S. EWING 

Danville 
WILLIAM R. EWING 

Campbellsville 
PATTY A. FAIRBANKS 

Covington 
JANICE E. FAHRNEY 

West Carrollton, Ohio 
DEBRA E. FANT 

Louisville 
JANET L. FARMER 

Lexington 
F. KEITH FARMER 

Dayton, Ohio 
WILMA S. FARRIS 

Louisville 




509 




BRENDA S. FARTHING 

Richmond 
TONY FAULCONER 

Georgetown 
DEBORAH A. FAULKNER 

Middletown, Ohio 
PHYLLIS A. FAULKNER 

Campbellsville 
MARTHA J. FAWLEY 

West Alexandria, Ohio 
CATHY C. FERRELL 

Delaware, Ohio 
EVA S. FERRELL 

Dayton, Ohio 
FRANK J. FESSLER 

Newport 
ROSE G. FINLEY 

Manchester 
FOSTER B. FINN 

Louisville 
B. SUSAN FISCHER 

LaGrange 
CRITTENDEN M. FISHER 

Paris 
STEVE A. FISK 

Dry RidEe 
RUSSELL B. FITZPATRICK, 

Mt. Sterling 



JR. 



FRESHMEN 



ELIZABETH L. FLANNERY 

Jackson 
MICHAEL L. FLANNERY 

Newport 
LINDA A. FLEMING 

Louisville 
CHRISTINE A. FLINT 

West Carrollton, Ohio 
RITA S. FLORENCE 

Falmouth 
SONJA FOLEY 

Columbia 
JUDITH E. FORD 

Louisville 
BEVERLY D. FORNASH 

Covington 
DAVID W FORTNER 

Williamstown 
SUSAN C. FOUST 

Covington 
JULIE E. FOUTZ 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
LINDA S. FOXWORTHY 

Fort Knox 
ROBERT M. FOX 

Louisville 
SARAH E. FRALIX 

Florence 
CLARENCE L. FRANK 

Louisville 
BILLY J. FRAZER 

Shepherdsville 
HARRY D. FREDERICH 

Lexington 
DIANA L. FREEMAN 

Richmond 
JAMES W. FREEMAN 

London 
MARY E. FREEMAN 

Merchantville. New Jersey 
NANCY J. FREEMAN 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey 
LARRY R. FRENCH 

Hodgenville 
SANDRA K. FREYTAG 

Alliance, Ohio 
ROBERT W. FRICKER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
JOAN Y. FRIED 

Lou ; sville 
NANETTE J. FRITZ 

North Ridgeville, Ohio 
BONNIE FROST 

Booneville 
DANNY L. FULTZ 
Louisville 




Group therapy works wonders. 




CYNTHIA R. GAHRIS 

Dayton, Ohio 
LORRIE L. GAJEWSKI 

Toledo, Ohio 
DIANE L. GANYARD 

Medina, Ohio 
BECKETT L. GARGES 

Columbus, Ohio 
SUSAN M. GARLAND 

Loveland, Ohio 
DEBORAH L. GARNETT 

Hopkinsville 
JACQUELINE GARR 

Brvantsville 
EDITH C GARRETT 

Lou<sville 
W. MARSHALL GARRETT 

Bardstown 
NORVETTA L. GARRETT 

Mt. Sterling 
PHYLLIS J. GARRETT 

Dayton, Ohio 
GLENNA F. GARRISON 

Manchester 
DIANE J. GASKINS 

Newport 
JANE E. GAUCH 

West Manchester, Ohio 




Close and Lasting Friendships Are Made Freshman Year 




FRED R. GEHRON 

Germantown, Ohio 
GARY W. GIBBONS 

Dayton 
MARY B. GIBSON 

Louisville 
MICHAEL E. GIBSON 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
NAOMI S. GIBSON 

Lancaster 
BILLIE J. GILBERT 

Clay City 
DALE W. GILBERT 

Annandale, Virginia 
PAMELA G. GILLESPIE 

Paris 
GWEN S. GILMORE 

Ashland 
PRIDE S. GINGERY 

Ashland, Ohio 
SHEILA E. GINTER 

Mt. Sterling 
LARRY W. GITHERMAN 

Carrollton 
GLORIA F. GLASS 

Middletnwn. Ohio 
JOSE A. GODOY 

M'dland Park, New Jersey 
W. TERRY GOEBEL 

Flo r ence 
REBECCA K. GONTERMAN 

Louisville 
JUDY L, GOOCH 

Covington 
CHERYL K. GOOD 

Hialeah, Florida 
DARRELL R. GOODE 

Liberty 
GAIL GOODEN 

Harlan 
GARY GOODLETT 

Taylorsville 
LACY GOODMAN, JR. 

Pikeville 
NANCY L. GORDON 

Louisville 
BECKY R GOSHORN 

Fort Thomas 
CECIL G. GOVER 

Monticello 
GAYLE A. GRANT 

Louisville 
DEBORAH A. GRAVIL 

Ft. Thomas 
GENEVA GRAY 

Manchester 
JOYCE A. GRAY 

Louisville 
TEVIS P. GRAY 

Cynthiana 
GORDON E. GREEN 

Harrodsburg 
RODNEY L. GREEN 

Danville 
SARA L. GREEN 

Somerset 
TERESA L. GREEN 

Winchester 
TIMOTHY B. GREENLEE 

Tackson 
RONNIE W. GREER 

Hodgenville 
ANNE GREGORY 

Wilmington, Ohio 
GLENN C. GREGORY 

Lawrenceburg 
BILLY F GRIDER 

Jamestown 
CHARLES M. GRIFFIN 

Harrodsburg 
GREGORY M, GRIFFIN 

Harrodsburg 
JACKIE GRIFFIN 



511 



SARA R. GRIFFITHS 

Winchester 
RANDAL G. GRIMME 

Lakeside Park 
JANICE L. GROSS 

Milton 
JIMMY W. GROSS 

Corbin 
DEBRA K. GROVE 

Bordentown. New Jersey 
CHERYL L. GLIDE 

Louisville 
TERRY L. GUGEL 

Newport 
DAVID A. GULICK 

Covington 
JUDY C. GUNDLACH 

Cincinnati 
DANNY L. GUNSELMAN 

North Rideeville. Ohio 
HUGH B. GWYNN 

Elizabethtown 
SUSAN K. HAAS 

Wauseon, Ohio 
DEBBIE A. HAAP 

Cincinnati. Ohio 
GREGORY L. HACKMAN 

Fort Mitchell 
ANN R. HAGAN 

Paint Lick 
STEVEN D. HALDERMAN 

Independence 
CHRISTINE HALE 

Lexington 
JANE E. HALE 

Tompkinsville 
PAULETTA HALE 

Tackson, Ohio 
DALE C. HALL 

Shepherdsville 
DELBERT R. HALL 

Burnside 
MICHAEL D. HALL 

Wheelwright 
ROBERT B. HALL 

Litt Carr 
ROBERT S. HALL 

Pikeville 
SHERREL K. HALL 

Ravenna 
TOMMY HALL 

Harlan 
JACK R. HALTER 

Lexington 
CHARLES M. HAMILTON 

Louisville 
DANNY D. HAMILTON 

Brooksville 
GAY HAMILTON 

Lexington 
LINDA A. HAMILTON 

Loretto 
ROGER A. HAMILTON 

Reading, Ohio 
PATRICIA E. HAMM 

Williamsburg, Ohio 
GARYR. HAMMONDS 

Louisa 
RICK T. HAMPTON 

Erlanger 
RANDALL P. HANCOCK 

Lexington 
CONNIE A. HANEY 

New Boston, Ohio 
MARY A. HANEY 

Irvine 
CHARLES R. HANGER 

Wheelwright 
JOHN R. HANGER 

Troy, Ohio 
GEORGE B. HANRAHAN. JR. 

Frankfort 
JUDITH A. HANSON 

Dayton, Ohio 



f f ; 1l 9 




FRESHMEN 




MARK J. HARDESTY 

Louisville 
THOMAS L. HARDESTY 

Shelbvville 
ROBERT L. HARDIN 

Burgin 
SUSAN K. HARDY 

Irvine 
WENDELL H. HARLAN 

Albany 
PEGGY A. HARMON 

Gravel Switch 
TERRI G. HARMON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONNIE N. HARNEY 

Paris 
LEE A. HARRINGTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
AMY L. HARRIS 

Shelbvville 
CHARLINDAA. HARRIS 

Fleming 
CLARA J. HARRIS 

Wheelwright 
THOMAS W. HARRIS 

Louisville 
BARBARA J. HARRISON 

Erlanger 



512 



TIMOTHY R. HARRISON 

Port Royal 
JOYCE A. HARTLEY 

Louisville 
PENELOPE A. HASEHOESTER 

Southgate 
PHIL L. HASH 

Danville 
DIANE M. HASLINGER 

Fremont, Ohio 
GUY HATFIELD 

Irvine 
GEORGE R. HATHAWAY 

St. Clairsville, Ohio 
THOMAS L. HATTON 

Irvine 
NICK L. HAVERKOS 

Loveland. Ohio 
SUSAN K. HAWKINS 

Georgetown 
TERESA A. HAWKINS 

Wilmore 
NANCY L. HAYES 

Jenkins 
JUDY C. HAYS 

Tyner 
NANCY J. HAYS 

Pikeville 




New Experiences Create an Awareness of Life 




RANDY R. HEAD 

Shelbyville 
ROXANNE HEEKIN 

Dayton, Ohio 
BARBARA A. HEFFRON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBARAH K. HEINZ 

Louisville 
VERLA M. HELLAKD 

Livingston 
CARYN E. HELMS 

McAndrews 
FAY R. HELTON 

Oxford, Ohio 
YVONNE S. HEMPFLING 

Hebron 
KATHY HENCHEY 

Shepherdsville 
BRENDA S. HENDERSON 

Louisville 
DONITA F. HENDERSON 

Lexington 
MICHAEL R. HENDERSON 

Eminence 
PATRICIA HENDERSON 

Paint Lick 
SARAH B. HENDERSON 

Irvine 
TERRY L. HENDERSON 

Harlan 
PAULA G. HENDRICKS 

Louisville 
JAN L. HENNESSEY 

Gainesville, Florida 
BETTY A. HENNIES 

Louisville 
JANICE E. HENSLEY 

Williamstown 
PHYLLIS K. HENSLEY 

Mary Alice 
ADELE L. HERALD 

Greenup 
JANE M. HERN 

Hillsboro. Ohio 
CASSANDRA L. HESS 

Grundy, Virginia 
ROBERT L. HESS, JR. 

Fairfield. Ohio 
CHANCELLOR L. HESTER 

Spotsylvania, Virginia 
JUNE HIBBARD 

Barbourville 
BRENDA K. HIBBERD 

Louisville 
EDNA M. HICKERSON 

Louisville 
SANDRA K. HICKMAN 

South Shore 
WILLIAM HICKMAN, III 

Virgie 
JAMES E. HICKS 

Elizabeth town 
STEVEN E. HICKS 

Corbin 
DEBRA A. HIGDON 

Louisville 
GREG C. HIGGINS 

Forest Hills 
SUZANNE M. HIGGINS 

Hopkinsville 
DIANE K. HILL 

Louisville 
JAMES D. HILL 

Ravenna 
JOHN E. HILL 

Williamsburg 
RAYMOND HILL 

Burgin 
RUSSELL W. HILL 

Lucasville, Ohio 
SHARON K. HILL 

Allen 
SUSAN M. HILL 

Union, Ohio 



513 



VICKIE L. HILL 

Frankfort 
DUDLEY R. HILTON 

Springfield 
CARMEL HINES 

Louisville 
PHILIP R. HINES 

Lebanon, Ohio 
SUSAN D. HINES 

Goshen, Ohio 
LINDA S. HINKLE 

Corb ; n 
CONNIE D. HINKLEY 

Pleasureville 
SARAH E. HOBBS 

Big Stone Gap, Virginia 
PATRICIA A. HODGE 

Shepherdsville 
CAROLYN J. HODGES 

Lexington 
JILL M. HOEFKER 

Covington 
KATHY A. HOEWELER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KENNETH J. HOFFMAN 

Coldspring 
ROBERT E. HOFFMAN, II 

Cleves, Ohio 




Cutting Up Isn't Always Fun and Games 




REMUS D. HOLBROOK 

Bevinsville 
RICHARD K. HOLBROOK 

Irvine 
DEBORAH P. HOLCOMB 

South Portsmouth 
CHARLES M. HOLDER 

Walton 
RONALD J. HOLIHAN 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
GARY D. HOLLAN 

Austin, Indiana 
DONNA L. HOLLAND 

Campbellsville 
LENARD A. HOLLAND 

Trotwood, Ohio 
CHARLES E. HOLLIDAY 

Hamilton, Oh : o 
JUDY L. HOLMAN 

Brodhead 
EMMITT B. HOLTZJAW 

Martinsville, Ohio 
JANERIA E. HOLT 

Louisville 
EMMITT B. HOLTZJAW 

Lancaster 
GWENK. HOOVER 

Dayton, Ohio 
VICKI L. HOOVER 

Lexington 
JOANETTA HOPKINS 

Shelbiana 
DONNA G. HORN 

Harrodsburg 
CATHY D. HORNSBY 

Tyner 
NANCY L. HORRAR 

Louisville 
ROY B. HOURIGAN, III 

Lebanon 
JAMES A. HOUSE 

Richmond 
JERRALD A. HOUSEHOLDER 

Richmond 
SUSAN L. HOUSTON 

Dayton, Ohio 
BILLIE J. HOWARD 

Richmond 
CAROL J. HOWARD 

Loyall 
CHESTER HOWARD 

Pineville 
ELIZABETH A. HOWARD 

Harlan 
TOM E. HOWARD 

Lexington 



A steady hand and gentle probing are im- 
portant to accomplish a successful dissection. 








Busy? Are you kidding? 



FRESHMEN 



STAN C. HOWELL 

Lexington 
WILLIAM L. HOWITZ 

Brandenburg 
LAURA R. HOY 

South Charleston, West Virginia 
CAROL D. SUBBARD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
EFFIE S. HUBBARD 

Lexington 
NAN B. HUDSON 

Hopkinsville 
DEBORAH S. HUENEFELD 

Ft. Thomas 
RON L. HUFF 

Npt 
MARY J. HUFFAKER 

Monticello 
WILLIAM E. HUFFMAN 

Lawrenceburg 
DEBORAH S. HUGHES 

Monroe. Ohio 
JULIA E. HUGUELY 

Richmond 
MARSHA H. HUGULEY 

Richmond 
JOAN C. HULL 

Paris 
RICHARD E. HUME 

Harrison. Ohio 
JANE C. HUMLONG 

Maysville 
SHERRY L. HUMPHREY 

Hebron 
ROBERT L. HUMPHRIES 

Covington 
WILLIAM D. HUNKLER 

Barnesville, Ohio 
PHILLIP W. HUNT 

Mt. Vernon 
LUTHER C. HUTCHERSON 

Frankfort 
SUSAN G. HUTCHISON 

Corbin 
R. EILEEN HUTTON 

Williamstown 
BECKY A. IDDINGS 
West Milton, Ohio 
KENNETH R. IDLE 

Dayton, Ohio 
DORA C. INGRAM 

Williamsburg 
PHILIP R. INNIS 

Dayton, Ohio 
HARRY C. IRWIN 

Elizabethtown 
ORDIE S. IRWIN 

Elizabethtown 
JOHN E. ISAACS 

Lexington 
ROSIE M. ISAACS 

Waynesburg 
CARLTON E. ISON, JR. 

Louisa 
JOSEPH D. ISON 

Cumberland 
STEVEN R. IVES 

Salem, New Jersey 
ROBERT J. IYLEHART 

Hamilton, Ohio 
MARY A. JACINA 

Lexington 
RICK J. JACKMAN 

Louisville 
BARBARA G. JACKSON 

Richmond 
JIMMIE R. JACKSON 

Whitley City 
RONNIE E. JACKSON 

Lexington 
SANDRA J. JACKSON 

Tompkinsville 
JOHN D. JAMES 
Lexington 




515 





JUDITH C. JAMES 

Campbellsville 
KEITH JAMES 

Lawrenceburg 
RITA G. JAMES 

Harrodsburg 
MARK C. JAMISON 

Louisville 
JOYCE E. JARBOE 

Louisville 
DAPHNE R. JEFFRIES 

Hustonville 
JOANIE M. JENKINS 

Danville 
BARBARA J. JENNINGS 

Covington 
SALLY L. JENNINGS 

Richmond 
GORDON L. JETT 

Valley Station 
RICKI L. JETT 

Mt. Olivet 
DONALD C. JEWELL 

Mount Eden 
BRUCE L. JOACHIM 

Cleveland, Ohio 
BARRY C. JOHNS 

Robinson Creek 
KITTY L. JOHNS 

Nicholasville 
VALERI J. JOHNS 

Lexington 
VIRGINIA S. JOHNS 

Nicholasville 
ALLEN K. JOHNSON 

Winchester 
CAROLE J. JOHNSON 

Flat Gap 
CURTIS R. JOHNSON 

Fort Thomas 
DEBORAH L. JOHNSON 

Lancaster 
GEORGE R. JOHNSON 

Nicholasville 
GWENDEL JOHNSON 

Myra 
LYNN R. JOHNSON 

Warren, Ohio 
PHILIP JOHNSON 

Newport 
SHAWN M. JOHNSON 

Louisville 
M. DIANE JOHNSTON 

Louisville 
CHERYLE E. JONES 

Gettysburg, Ohio 
JOSEPH R JONES 

Williamsburg 
PATRICIA JONES 

Lexington 
ROBERT N. JONES 

Columbus, Indiana 
ROGER N. JONES 

Loveland, Ohio 
SHARON B. JONES 

Lexington 
TOMMIE S. JONES 

Lexington 
VIVIAN C. JONES 

Lexington 
CHARLENE JORDAN 

Nicholasville 
MARTHA A. JORDAN 

Covington 
MARY J. JORDAN 

Pikeville 
GLENDA R. JUDD 

Yosemite 
NICKY R. JUDD 

Beattyville 
MARSHA D. JUSTICE 

Pikeville 
LARRY W. KAELIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



The Holidays Are a Long-Awaited Relief 



CHARLES W. KALB 

Covington 
JERRY L. KALLOP 

Lexington 
GALIB E. KAWAJA 

Paintsville 
DAVID A. KAZINSKI 

Altoona, Pennsylvania 
JOHN M. KEARNS 

Cynthiana 
JANICE J. KEENE 

Freeburn 
LINDA J. KEES 

Alexandria 
PATTY J. KEFAUVER 

Kettering, Ohio 
KATHLEEN S. KEITCHER 

Anchorage 
NADLE F. KEITH 

Parkers Lake 
KAREN A. KELLERMAN 

Louisville 
NANCY S. KELLEY 

Ft. Mitchell 
EDDIE J. KELLY 

Danville 
KENNETH S. KELSAY 

Taylor Mill 




516 



CHARLES K. KEMBLE 

Louisville 
BELINDA R. KENDRIC 

Pikeville 
ALBERT S. KENNEDY 

M'dway 
LARRY B. KESSINGER 

Louisville 
BETTINA E. KIDD 

Falmouth 
ROBYN M. KIDWELL 

Ft. Wright 
PAMELA K. KILBURN 

Booneville 
LINDA L. KINCAID 

Louisville 
JANICE E. KINDER 

Kings Mills, Ohio 
LINDA F. KINDOLL 

Carrollton 
KATHY A. KING 

Largo, Florida 
SHARON J. KING 

Harlan 
SHARON L. KING 

Ft. Thomas 
SHIRLEY R. KING 

Richmond 
WILLIAM D. KINKEAD 

Harrodshurg 
PAULA S. KINKER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DOROTHY A. KINMON 

Dry Ridge 
FAEDEH KIOUMEHR 

Tehran, Iran 
THERESF A. KISH 

Sparta. New Jersey 
KENNETH C. KLEIN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL I. KLOPFER 

Xenia, Ohio 
GARRY E. KNAUER 

Shepherdsville 
SHIRLEY M. KNAUER 

Williamsburg, Ohio 
THOMAS L. KNECHT 

Brookville, Indiana 
PATRICIA A. KNIGHT 

Lebanon, Ohio 
WILLETTA J. KNIGHT 

Cumberland 
THOMAS C. KNOWLES 

Hazard 
JOHN T. KNOX 

Stanton 
BARBARA I. KNUDSEN 

Owensville, Ohio 
GENE J. KOENIG 

Louisville 
VALERIE R. KOHL 

Winchester 
BERNARD R. KOHLS 

Melbourne 
SANDY A. KORNRUMPF 

Bryan, Ohio 
MARY JO KRAFT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ALICE K. KRAIG 

Louisville 
JOHN R. KRIEGEL 

Georgetown 
RICHARD S. KRUCKER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
ROBERT L. LACY 

Lexington 
BENTON E. LAKE 

Harrodsburg 
TERRY L. LAKE 

St. Albans, West Virginia 
TINA Y. LAKE 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
SHARON L. LAKES 

Hamilton. Ohio 




FRESHMEN 




NANCY A. LAMB 

Danville 
LARRY W. LAMBDIN 

Williamsburg 
REBECCA A. LANCASHIRE 

Jeannette, Pennsylvania 
SALLY A. LANCASTER 

Independence 
GLORIA J. LAND 

Covington 
JUDY LAND 

Covington 
KATHY E. LANDEN 

Erianger 
JOHN W. LANDRETH 

Cynthiana 
BEVERLY J. LANDRUM 

Cynthiana 
BRENDA G. LANDRUM 

Hazard 
DANNY D. LANE 

C^mpton 
MICHAEL N. LANFERSIEK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BRUCE M. LANGE 

Newark, Ohio 
ANDREA C. LANGHORST 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



517 



KAREN M. LANZ 

Elizabethtown 
CHARLES F. LARMOUR 

Lexington 
JAMES J. LARMOUR 

Lexington 
STEPHEN C. LaSHORN 

Lexington 
KAREN A. LATIMER 

Williamstown 
ETHRIDGE R. LAWLES S 

Liberty 
FRANK D. LAWSON 

Lexington 
SHIELA A. LAYTON 

Lancaster 
RICE W. LEAR 

Burgin 
WANDA L. LEATH 

Harlan 
WOODIE G. LEAVELL 

Lancaster 
EILEEN G. LEDFORD 

Paint Lick 
RONALD M. LEDFORD 

Paint Lick 
ALBERT C. LEE 

Williamsburg 
CARL W. LEE 

Lancaster 
CHEE LEE 

Hong Kong 
LOK LEE 

Hong Kong 
RONDA D. LeFORGE 

Maysville 
SONDRA G. LEGEAR 

Berea 
PEGGY A. LEMAY 

Fairfield, Ohio 
NANCY K. LENGEL 

Owen ton 
CATHY L. LESSHAFFT 

Louisville 
DEBORAH LESTER 

Elkhorn City 
JILL A. LEUNIG 

Louisville 
CAROLYN S. LEWIS 

Brooksville 
EDDIE M. LEWIS 

Lexington 
MERVYN P. LEWIS 

St. Arima, Trinidad 
SHIRLEY LEWIS 

Louisville 
DON E. LIEBERUM 

Louisville 
LINDA J. LIGHTNER 

West Milton. Ohio 
ROBERT A. LILLY 

Richmond 
BARBARA A. LIMING 

Georgetown, Ohio 
JUDY C. LITTLE 

Fleming 
PATRICIA J. LITTLE 

Pikeville 
JOE H. LITTRAL 

Lexington 
RITA G. LIVINGOOD 

Carlisle 
CONNIE P. LLOYD 

Barbourville 
SUZANNE LLOYD 

Corbin 
LINDA R. LOCKHART 

South Shore 
SCOTT C. LOCKHART 

Middletown 
LARRY G. LOCKNANE 

Erlanger 
DIANE LOCKRIDGE 

Mt. Sterling 




FRESHMEN 




Listening, thinking, and learning are 
important in the quest for knowledge. 



CARLA Y. LOFTIS 

Toler 
MARGIE B. LOGAN 

Wheelwright 
JANE R. LONG 

Cape Coral, Florida 
KENNETH J. LONG 

Bethpage, New York 
HARRY E. LOPP, JR. 

Louisville 
JoANN R. LORENZ 

Newport 
ROBERT G. LOSE 

Anchorage 
BENDIA L. LOUDERMILK 

Livingston 
ANDREA C. LUCKETT 

Louisville 
GEORGE M. LUNING 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
ERIC B. LUNSFORD 

Sidney, Ohio 
ELLEN L. LUSK 

Louisville 
LARRY J. LYKINS 

Campton 
GERALD F. LYNDES 

North Ridgeville, Ohio 




Classes Are Exercises in Discipline 



&£.$• 



i? : , 




SHARON R LYNN 

Moreland 
DAVID L. LYONS 

Pleasureville 
NANCY B. LYONS 

Fairdale 
JUNE W. LYSTER 

Paris 
ELIZABETH A. MacDONALD 

Louisville 
SUZANNE B. MacKNIGHT 

Ft. Thomas 
NANCY R. MacNAB 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

william t. McAllister 

Florence 
MAUREEN P. McCABE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAULA McCANN 

Lockport, Illinois 
RICHARD L. McCarren 

Harveysburg, Ohio 

donald w. Mccarty 

Campbellsburg 
DANNY A. McCLAIN 

Paris 
DONNA D. McCLANAHAN 

Lexington 
WAYNE P. McCLISH 

Findlay. Ohio 
PEGGY A. McCLURE 

Erlanger 
PHIL W. McCONATHY 

Lexington 
NANCY H. McCONNELL 

Louisville 
EVELYN K. McCORD 

Winchester 
BETH A. McCORMACK 

Lexington 
GARY W. McCORMICK 

Alexandria 
LYNNE P. McCORMICK 

Lexington 
MICHELE A. McCRARY 

Louisville 
PEGGY J. McDANELL 

Owenton 
GARY M. McDAVID 

Knoxville, Tennessee 
BRUCE N. McDONALD 

Danville 
DEBORAH J. McDONALD 

Harlan 

Joseph Mcdowell 

Lexington 
KATHY L. McENTEER 

Mansfield. Ohio 
RONNIE D. McGLNNIS 

Harrodsburg 
SHARON A. McGOHON 

Raywick 
VICTORIA L. McGUIRE 

Erlanger 
REBECCA A. McINTYRE 

Lexington 
JIMMY R. McIVER 

Albany 
BEVERLY J. McKEE 

Covington 
PAUL N. McKEE 

Covington 
PEGGY A. McKEE 

Lebanon. Ohio 
JAMES W. McKINNEY. JR. 

Elkhorn City 
ROBERT E. McKINNEY 

Bedford 
ARPER E. McKINNON 

T rvine'on 
PAMELA J. McLEAN 

Frankfort 
BARBARA J. McNABB 

Erlanger 



519 




PAULA J. McNEIL 

Pikeville 
JUDITH A. McNICOL 

Xenia. Ohio 
JANICE I. McQUANY 

Louisville 
BRENDA L. McWHORTER 

London 
LINDA' J. McWHORTER 

Annville 
REGINA S. McWHORTER 

Hustonville 
LONNIE C. MADDOX 

Fort Thomas 
KAREN M. MADRAS 

Louisville 
LYNDA M. MAHAUN 

St. Petersburg, Florida 
SANDRA L. MALACHOWSKI 

Jeanette. Pennsylvania 
RHOWDA P. MALONE 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaina 
FRANK C. MANGIONE 

Lexington 
GILBERT C. MANN 

Ft. Mitchell 
CATHY A. MARCUM 

Frankfort 



Variety Incites Student Participation 



RICHARD L. MARKS 

Georgetown, Ohio 
JAMES R MARKSHERRY 

Shelbyville 
VICKI S MARLOW 

Louisville 
SUE E. MARRS 
Tompkinsville 
GINNY L. MARSH 

Burlington 
DANNY E. MARSHALL 

Lexington 
DAVID G. MARSHALL 

Carrollton 
JAMES B MARSHALL, JR. 

Louisville 
LOIS E. MARSHALL 

Pekin, Indiana 
BECKY MARTIN 

Louisville 
DFNNIS W. MARTIN 

Corbin 
DIANE A. MARTIN 

Lexington 
GINGER L. MARTIN 

Gahanna, Ohio 
JAMES P. MARTIN 

Ravenna 
JEFFREY A. MARTIN 

Englewood, Ohio 
JOSEPH E. MARTIN 

Louisville 
M. ANN MARTIN 

Augusta 
ROBERT A. MARTIN 

Fort Mitchell 
DONNA M. MARTZ 

Lexington 
MYRA J. MASON 
Mt. Washington 
PEGGY J. MATHES 

Kettering, Ohio 
BRENDA L. MATTING LY 

Loretto 
CONSTANCE MATTINGLY 

Owensboro 
JE ANNIE R. MATTOX 

Paris 
WILLIAM J. MATTOX 

Cynthiana 
ROBERT M. MAVITY 

Richmond 
GERALD G. MAY 

Elizabethtown 
PATRICK MAY. JR. 

Louisa 
BERNADETTE M. MAYER 

Cox's Creek 
SHEILA J. MAYS 

Booneville 
EUGENE MEADE 

Jack horn 
PATRICIA L. MEADE 

Paintsville 
JIM F. MEADORS 

Corbin 
JOHN J. MEAK 

Uniondale, New York 
GEORGE R. MEANS 

Albany 
GENE E. MEEKS 

Shelbyville 
CHERYL L, MEINER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JANE MELZONI 

Harlan 
PATTI J. MERRITT 

Pineville 
JERALD M. MESSER 

Pineville 
LONNIE S. MESSER 

Straight Creek 
NANCY M. METZ 
Brookville, Indiana 









* ^ Sjjpr §* 




520 



STEPHEN M. METZGER 

Covington 
WAYNE MEYER 

Valley Station 
MERLE H. MIDDLETON, JR. 

Harlan 
ANN B. MILLER 

Campbellsville 
CHERYL A. MILLER 

Gratis, Ohio 
DANIEL R. MILLER 

Dayton 
GEORGE R. MILLER 

South Shore 
JAMES P. MILLER 

Birmingham, Michigan 
LARRY E. MILLER 

Mt. Vernon 
LINDA S. MILLER 

Fairfield, Ohio 
OTIS M. MILLER 

Louisville 
RAMONA D. MILLER 

Richmond 
WESLEY C. MILLER 

Lexington 
ROSS W. MILLS 

Frankfort 




FRESHMEN 




m 




KAREN D. MINOR 

Campbellsville 
MELAN1E A. MITCH 

Springfield, Ohio 
L. JEFFREY MITCHELL 

Pataskala, Ohio 
HARRY MOBERLY, JR. 

Richmond 
PHILLIP M. MOBERLY 

Richmond 
SUSAN L. MOBERLY 

London 
DANNY R. MOBLEY 

Harrodsburg 
BENJAMIN A. MOFFETT 

Frankfort 
CAROLYN J. MONHOLLON 

Louisville 
MARIANNE MONTGOMERY 

Danville 
MARTY -M. MONTGOMERY 

Harrodsburg 
JOANNE MOORE 

Phelps 
KAREN T. MOORE 

Frankfort 
VERNETTA MORAN 

Richmond 
ROGER D. MOREFIELD 

Paris 
SYLVIA MORENO 

Danville 
GAIL M. MORGAN 

Ft. Thomas 
SHARON E. MORGAN 

Closplint 
STELLA M. MORGAN 

Corbin 
LAWRENCE E. MORRELL 

Louisville 
DALE M. MORRIS 

Hodgenville 
SAMUEL A. MORRIS 

Fairfield, Ohio 
MARY A. MOSSBARGER 

New Holland, Ohio 
JEAN MOYER 

Geor 'down. Ohio 
SANDRA K. MUDD 

Lexington 
DENNIS W. MULLLNS 

Erlanger 
PAMELA A. MUNDAY 

Florence 
DEBORAH L. MUNSEY 

Somerset 
DEBORAH L. MUNZ 

Hamilton, Ohio 
CHARLES E. MURPHY 

Covington 
DARLENE M. MURPHY 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KENNY W. MURPHY 

Lexington 
RANDALL L. MURPHY 

Nicholasville 
REBECCA D. MURPHY 

Tompkinsville 
JAMES M. MUSICK 

Corbin 
HANNELORE MYATT 

Tompkinsville 
CAROL E. MYERS 

Piqua, Ohio 
DAVID H. MYERS 

New Vienna, Ohio 
KAVOOSE NAMAZI 

Lexington 
VICKI L. NANCE 

Pikeville 
DONALD R. NAPIER 

Chavies 
PATTI A. NASH 

Pikeville 



521 



SUSAN A. NEAL 

Carlisle 
KATHY L. NEEDLES 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBORAH L. NELSON 

Kettering, Ohio 
ANTHONY L. NEWSOME 

Louisville 
MICHAEL R. NICHOLS 

Lexington 
MICHAEL L. NICHOLSON 

Marietta, Ohio 
BARBARA J. NICKELL 

Xenia, Ohio 
LINDA C. NICKELL 

Daysboro 
CANDICE L. NIELANDER 

Ft. Thomas 
ROBERT M. NIEMEYER 

Covington 
DONALD O. NOE, JR. 

Valley Station 
LARRY R. NOE 

Lexington 
RICHARD H. NOELCKE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOY L. NOLAN 

Middlesboro 



5jj£^^P^(i 



*: '*; ! <§ 




There Is Never an Idle Moment 




KENNETH NOLAN 

Bledsoe 
DEBORAH L. NOLAND 

Louisville - 
STEPHANIE NONNEMACHER 

Columbus, Ohio 
ERNEST B. NORTHERN 

Beattyville 
MICHAEL E. NORTON 

Mt. Vernon 
PATRICIA A. NORTON 

Florence 
EILEEN P. NUGENT 

Louisville 
SUZANNE NUMANN 

Louisville 
ARTHUR C. NUNN 

Winchester 
KENNETH P. NUSSBAUM 

Fort Mitchell 
BECKY A. OAKES 

New Carlisle, Ohio 
N. CHRISTINE OAKS 

Beattyville 
ANGELA K. OAST 

Owensboro 
RONALD P. OBRYAN 

Lexington 
GREGORY L. OLIVER 

Berea 
JOYCE L. ORTH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES F. OSBORNE 

Lexington 
DALLAS F. OSBORNE, JR. 

Paris 
GLENDA F. OSBORNE 

Brodhead 
LINDA S. OSBORNE 

Midland, Ohio 
MICHAEL B. OSBORNE 

Clyde, Ohio 
PATRICIA OSBORNE 

Essie 
GENEVA L. OVERSTREET 

Bradfordsville 
SAUNDRA M, OVERSTREET 

Lancaster 
DANNY H. OWEN 

Newport 
MORRIS W. OWEN 

Louisville 
CHARLES A. OWENS 

Hazard 
KENNETH R. OWENS 

Monticello 
HENRY L. OWINGS 

Louisville 
JOE N. PACK 

Louisa 
PATRICIA K. PALMER 

Middletown, Ohio 
CONNIE L. PALSGROVE 

Vandalia, Ohio 
BRADLEY S. PARK 

Richmond 
ROBERTA L. PARK 

Centerville, Ohio 
EARLENE F. PARKE 

Richmond 
BILL J. PARKER 

Blackey 
DWIGHT E. PARKS 

Ft. Thomas 
THURMAN M. PARSONS 

Richmond 
TWYLA L. PARSONS 

Clay City 
RONNIE R. PARTIN 

Williamsburg 
PATRICIA J. PARVIN 

Merchantville, New Jersey 
CECIL D. PATRICK 

Irvine 






522 



TERESA r. PATRICK 

Louisville 
DONALD A. PAULIN 

Hamilton, Ohio 
ALBERT B. PAYNE 

Front Royal, Virginia 
JOHN D. PAYNE 

Louisville 
ETHEL P. PEACE 

Pineville 
JANICE L. PEAVLER 

Harrodsburg 
FRANK L. PEDDICORD 

Louisville 
DONALD E. PELLY 

Fern Creek 
DAVID L. PENDLETON 

Lexington 
ROBERT L. PENDYGRAFT 

Danville 
CHARLES W. PENN 

Stamping Ground 
CAROLYN L. PERKINS 

Owenton 
DORMAN L. PERRY 

Honey Bee 
LIND\ G. PERRY 

Valley Station 
MARY R. PETERSON 

Lebanon 
E. WILLIAM PETTER 

Louisville 
BARRY L. PFLUGER 

Red Wing, Minnesota 
ARNOLD PHILLIPS, JR. 

Phelps 
FRANCIS P. PHILLIPS 

Winchester 
VICKI W. PHILLIPS 

Milford, Ohio 
GERMAN, PHILP 

Bordentown, New Jersey 
FRED A. PHILPOT 

Pineville 
DAVID T, PICKETT 

E danger 
JAMES M. PICKETT 

Lexington 
LLOYD V. PICKETT 

Harrodsburg 
JOSEPH D. PINGHORE 

Dayton, Ohio 
ALAN J. PINNICK 

Louisville 
JOYCE A. PIPER 

Johnstown, Ohio 
NANCI L. PITCOCK 

Louisville 
HILLMAN E. PITTMAN 

Albany 
NANCY E. PLATT 

Harrison, Ohio 
JEANNE R. POHLMANN 

Louisville 
EUGENIA C. PORTER 

Flemingsburg 
MARY M. PORTER 

Louisville 
HOLLY R. POST 

Fairview Park, Ohio 
DANIEL D. POSTON 

Burlington 
KENNETH L. POTT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
VERNON E. POTTENGER 

Fairfield, Ohio 
RICHARD L. POTTS 

Valley Station 
JERRY L. POWELL 

Louisville 
JOHN A. POWELL 

Winchester 
VICKI G. POWELL 

Elizabethtown 




«?#:*#■'• 



FRESHMEN 



P'b; 




If nothing else you can learn to knit! 




KATHRYN L. POWER 

Glasgow 
WANDA M. POWERS 

Somerset 
DARYL L. POYNTER 

Florence 
PAUL M. PRAITHER 

Walton 
HELEN R. PRATER 

Enon, Ohio 
LINDA K. PRATER 

Hueysville 
KERRY W. PRATHER 

Harrodsburg 
SHARON A. PRATHER 

Cvnthiana 
RICHARD J. PRATT 

Lexington 
DENNIS A. PRESTON 

Harrodsburg 
BETTY F. PREWITT 

Lancaster 
EDNA B. PREWITT 

Lexington 
JAN R. PREWITT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BRENDA G. PRICE 

Booneville 



FRESHMEN 



CATHERINE M. PRICE 

Carlisle, Ohio 
DIANNA G. PRICE 

Vincent 
ED A. PRICE 

Louisville 
WILLIAM G. PRICE 

Ocean Sprines 
KRISTINA PRIKRYL 

Jamestown 
DEBORAH T. PRITCHETT 

Dayton, Ohio 
MARY E. PROFFITT 

Paint Lick 
PAMELA J. PRYSE 

Valley Station 
DAVID L. PUCKETT 

Jeffersontown 
KAREN A. PURSIFULL 

Harrison. Ohio 
LUCINDA J. PUTNAM 

Dayton, Ohio 
THOMAS C. QUARLES, JR. 

Frankfort 
LOUIE L. QUEEN 

Georgetown 
BRUCE W. QUICK 

Lexington 
WILLIAM T. QUICK, II 

Louisville 
KATHY G. QUIRE 

Simpsonville 
LEZLIE A. RACE 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN J. RADER 

Fairfield, Ohio 
JUDY L. RADER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
TERRY E. RADER 

Paris 
RICHARD D. RAGAN 

Frankfort 
GREGORY K. RAIRDEN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
RICHARD L. RAINES 

Elkhorn Gty 
LINDA M. RAINVILLE 

Butler, New Jersey 
BRENDA G. RAINS 

Monticello 
JOE C. RAISOR 

Sanders 
LOIS A. RAMSEY 

Albany 
DANIEL A. RAPP 
Bellevue 





After all that studying you find you don't 
know anymore than when you started. 



-^rJSfSKM ...d 



SANDRA E. READ 

Greenville. Ohio 
EDWARD D. REASOR 

Corbin 
KENDRA J. REDDING 

Frankfort 
LARRY K. REDFERN 

Clarksville, Ohio 
EDDIE L. REDMOND 

Corbin 
LINDA G. REED 

Stanton 
LYNNE C. REED 

Harrodsburg 
PHILLIP G. REED 

Fort Thomas 
SHARON K. REED 

West Liberty 
MARY K. REID 

Henderson 
THOMAS L. REID 

Lancaster, Ohio 
JACKIE C. REIFSNYDER 

North Canton, Ohio 
MICHAEL P. REILLY 

Fort Thomas 
REBECCA E. REINHEIMER 

Foster 




Studying Is a Means to Reach an End 




LEO J. REISTER 

Lexington 
GLENNA M. RELFORD 

Lexington 
CHERYL L. RENNER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CYNTHIA D. REYNOLDS 

Monticello 
GARY A. REYNOLDS 

London 
HAROLD D. REYNOLDS 

Danville 
JAMES M. REYNOLDS 

Lebanon 
JO A. REYNOLDS 

Perryville 
GEORGE R. RICE 

Louisville 
GEORGE D. RICHARDSON 

Lexington 
JIMMY L. RICHARDSON 

Winchester 
CATHERINE A. RICHMOND 

Brookville, Indiana 
EDWIN H. RIDDLEBARGER 

Portsmouth, Ohio 
BRUCE E. RIGGINS 

Millington, New Jersey 
MARSHA L. RIGGLE 

Ashland 
DEBBIE S. RILEY 

Ghent 
SHARLEEN C. RIPPERDAN 

Brandenburg 
CAROLYN K. RITCHIE 

Cynthiana 
SHARON L. RITCHIE 

Louisville 
SHERRY L. ROBB 

Richmond 
GLENDA F. ROBERTS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA S. ROBERTS 

Smithfield 
PAMELA J. ROBERTS 

Fairfield, Ohio 
ROGER S. ROBERTS 

Wilmington, Ohio 
JAMES M. ROBERTSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
HULEN G. ROBINETTE 

Majestic 
CAROL J. ROBINSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES D. ROBINSON 

Richwood 
PAUL R. ROBINSON 

Fort Wright 
MARILYN O. ROBINSON 

Richmond 
RUTH E. ROBINSON 

Gary, Indiana 
MARJTA ROBINSON 

Harrodsburg 
WILLIAM E. ROBINSON, JR. 

Somerset 
MARLENE D. ROBISON 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
PEGGI A. ROCHE 

Danville 
NATALIE RODRIGUEZ 

Middletown, Ohio 
DANNY G. ROE 

Paris 
SUSAN J. ROELL 

Ft. Thomas 
DANNY D. ROGER 

Morrill 
ANNE N. ROGERS 

Lexington 
DELMAR M. ROGERS 

Mt. Sterling 
DONALD T. ROGERS 

Bardstown 



525 





Nailbiting and Pencil Gnawing Accompany Inevitable Finals 



JOANNE ROGERS 

Louisville 
MARY T. ROGERS 

Greensburg 
MICHAEL C. ROGERS 

Danville 
RANDALL ROGERS 

Harrodsburg 
BRENDA D. ROHRER 

New Lebanon, Ohio 
LINDA J. ROLFES 

Ludlow 
JAMES M. ROLLER 

Gravel Switch 
RAE P. ROLLINGS 

Lexington 
MARGARETHA E. K. 

RONNBERG 

Pitea, Sweden 
DONNA L. ROSE 

Louisville 
JAY ROSENZWEIG 

Milford, Ohio 
SUSAN L. ROSS 

Ashland 
HARRY L. ROTH, II 

Springfield, Ohio 
CONNIE S. ROUSEY 

Liberty 
SANDRA K. ROWLETT 

Be re a 
TERRY A. ROWLETT 

Bedford 
MARY K. ROY 

Ingle 
JUDITH R. ROYALTY 

Burgin 
BARBARA A. ROYSE 

Fairfield, Ohio 
NANCY L. RUCK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
REBECCA J. RUE 

Harrodsburg 
KATHRYN RULON 

Wilmington, Ohio 
JAMES D. RUNYON 

Elkhorn City 
WILLIAM M. RUSCH 

Louisville 
ANTHONY D. RYAN 

Pine Knot 
SHARON A. RYAN 

Louisville 
KANDY RYSER 

East Bernstadt 
LINDA G. SALLEE 

Stanford 
DEBORAH A. SALYER 

Rising Sun, Indiana 
ROBERT A. SAMMONS 

South Shore 
ELMER E. SAMPSON 

Harrodsburg 
LINDY J. SARLLS 

Jeffersontown 
DARYL L. SATCHWELL 

Ghent 
ESAW SAYLOR 

Coxton 
LAURA B. SAYLOR 

Richmond 
JERRY W. SCALF 

Corbin 
CHRISTY SCHAEFER 

Clearwater, Florida 
EDITH B. SCHENKER 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANIEL G. SCHIAVONE 

Lexington 
BARBARA A. SCHIEMAN 

Louisville 
CRAIG B. SCHLEIGH 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 
STEPHANIE K. SCHLOEMER 

Frankfort 



CINDY A. SCHLOSSER 

Ft. Thomas 
LYNNE M. SCHMIDT 

Covington 
ORVILLE K. SCHMIED 

Louisville 
NICOLA S. SCHNELL 

West Carrollton, Ohio 
ROGER G. SCHOMAKER 

Newport 
JACKIE L. SCHOULTHIES 

Bellevue 
THOMAS E. SCHROEDER 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
ELIZABETH R. SEIFER 

Mt. Sterling 
JANICE M. SEIDELMAN 

Lexington 
ESTHER G. SEATON 

Lexington 
LINDA S. SEARS 

Corbin 
LINDA L. SEARS 

Louisville 
LINDA L. SEALS 

Harlan 
MARSHA G. SCOTT 

Winchester 




526 



DONNA S. SEMONES 

Louisville 
DEBORAH A. SENNET 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
VICKI L. SERGE 

Norwood, Ohio 
SHARON A. SEVIER 

Gray 
CHARLES B. SEWELL 

Winchester 
CHARLES K. SEWELL 

Dayton, Ohio 
ROBERTA L. SEXTON 

Hueysville 
PAMELA S. SHARP 

Brandenburg 
S. KRISTINE SHAURER 

Ludlow Falls, Ohio 
JOHN W. SHEARER 

Richmond 
GWENDOLYN SHEARIN 

Liberty 
BARBARA A. SHELL 

Paint Lick 
RONALD J. SHELTON 

Louisville 
JAN M. SHEPPARD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
BOBBY A SHIELDS 

Carrollton 
GARY L. SHIELDS 

Southgate 
SONDRA C. SHIELDS 

Batavia, Ohio 
GARY W. S HOCKLEY 

Carlisle, Ohio 
VICKI L. SHUMARD 

Kettering, Ohio 
MICHAEL P. SIDERS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH W. SIDLES 

Paris 
NANCY J. SILCOX 

Erlanger 
PATRICIA K. SILER 

Middlesboro 
CAROLE L. SILLER 

Newport 
CELINDA L. SIMPSON 

Dayton, Ohio 
RONALD L. SIMPSON 

Covington 
ELIZABETH J. SIMS 

Lawrenceburg 
MARGIE A. SIMS 

Jeffersontown 
WANITA M. SIPE 

Levington 
RANDOL A. SIRCLE 

Blanchester, Ohio 
JACQUELINE S. SITZ 

Glencoe, Illinois 
SHIRLEY R. SIZEMORE 

Bear Branch 
KENNETH B. SKEA 

Louisville 
PHYLLIS D. SKEEN 

Mt. Vernon 
PATRICIA A. SKIDMORE 

Louisville 
WILLIAM SKINNER, JR. 

Lexington 
JODY K. SKIPWORTH 

Louisville 
ANDREW P. SLONE 

Lexington 
GEORGE T. SLONE 

Piqua, Ohio 
JOHNNIE O. SLONE 

Pikeville 
PHYLLIS E. SLUSHER 

Middlesboro 
BLAINE R. SMITH 

Bellevue 




FRESHMEN 




CONNIE S. SMITH 

Crab Orchard 
CURTIS M. SMITH 

Phelps 
DEBORAH K. SMITH 

Burlington 
DONNA K. SMITH 

Crab Orchard 
DORIS G. SMITH 

Catlettsburg 
JACKIE K. SMITH 

Louisville 
JAMES D. SMITH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JANICE R. SMITH 

Harrodsburg 
JOHN L. SMITH 

London 
JOHNNY T. SMITH 

Garrard 
LaMONDA D. SMITH 

Paris 
MELVIN S. SMITH 

Frankfort 
MILDRED L. SMITH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAMELA S. SMITH 

Lexington 



527 



Even on a cold morning a call from 
home is welcome. 





FRESHMEN 




RHONDA C. SMITH 

Seymour, Indiana 
SANDRA A. SMITH 

Lebanon 
SHARON S. SMITH 

Hazard 
SHIRLEY A. SMITH 

Monticello 
THADDEUS M. SMITH 

Winchester 
WILMA J. SMITH 

Manchester 
VIRGINIA I. SMOOT 

Williamsburg 
JAMES D. SMOTHERS 

Gravel Switch 
JOSEPH R. SMOTHERS 

Gravel Switch 
JANET E. SMYERS 

Louisville 
ERMA J. SNAPP 

Cynthiana 
EUGENE L. SNOWDEN 

Winchester 
JILL E. SNYDER 

Columbus, Ohio 
BETSY A SORRELL 

Mt. Sterling 
CHARLOTTE E. SORRELL 

Morrow, Ohio 
ROBERT A. SOUDER 

Valley Station 
BRENDA F. SOWDER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JERRY R. SOWERS 

Richmond 
CAROLYN S. SPARKS 

Paint Lick 
GLENNA I. SPARKS 

Dayton, Ohio 
RALPH V. SPARKS 

Lawrenceburg 
RAYMOND L. SPARNON, JR. 

Hackettstown, New Jersey 
BRENDA ). SPEAGLE 

Independence 
NANCY C. SPENCER 

Beartyville 
RICHARD A. SPENCER 

Louisville 
SHIRLEY M. SPENCER 

Beattyville 
ROBERT SPINELLA 

Plainview, New York 
JOYCE L. SPOTTS 

Georgetown 
SARA A. SPRINKEL 

Winter Haven. Florida 
SHARON J. SPURGEON 

Bethel, Ohio 
LYNDA J. STACY 

Corbin 
BERMA L. STAHL 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
TIMOTHY L. STANFORD 

Hebron 
PAUL S. STANSBURY 

Fern Creek 
BARBRA R. STEELE 

Lynch 
LEE A. STEELE 

Corbin 
RONALD L. STEELE 

Waynesville, Ohio 
BURTON G. STEEN 

Silver Spring, Maryland 
ELIZABETH T. STEFANICS 

Dayton, Ohio 
SUSAN A. STEGER 

Florence 
KENNETH F. STEGGEMAN 

Ft. Thomas 
SUELLEN STEINMETZ 

Milan, Indiana 



528 




BARBARA A. STEPHENS 

Frankfort 
RICHARD G. STEPHENS 

Richmond, Virginia 
VICKI C. STEPHENS 

Stanton 
HOLLY STEPHENSON 

Oxford, Ohio 
MARY R. STEVENS 

Louisville 
ELLEN L. STEVENSON 

Albion. New York 
CAROL A. STEWART 

Mt. Vernon 
PAMELA D. STEWART 

Somerset 
GARNIE S. STIDHAM 

Wheelwright 
LARRY M. STIDHAM 

Jackson 
JUDITH A. STIEBEL 

Louisville 
TERESA A. STILES 

BellHrook. Ohio 
VERNON F. STILWELL 

Paris 
MICHAEL K. STIVERS 

New Castle 



The Security of Home Still Isn't Quite Forgotten. 



EDDIE S. STOKES, III 

Fern Creek 
KATHERINE L. STOLL 

Richmond 
LINDA D. STONE 

Norwood, Ohio 
RANDALL M. STONE 

Toler 
JIMMY STORM 

London 
STEVEN W. STRAUSBAUGH 

Irwin, Ohio 
DAVID S. STREVELS 

Parksville 
MICHAEL R. STRINGER 

Eubank 
DONALD A. STRINGFIELD 

Louisville 
COLLEEN J. STROBLE 

Cincinnati, Oh : o 
PAUL T. STURGEON 

Louisville 
MICHAEL C. SUCHER 

Dayton 
JAMES D. SULLIVAN 

Belfry 
ROBERT M. SULLIVAN 

Louisville 
ERMA J. SUMNER 

Peabody 
ROBERT M. SUNLEY 

Paris 
KAREN L. SURFACE 

Rockville, Maryland 
DAVID W. SUTHERLAND 

Providence 
JAMES E. SUTTON 

London 
DAVID N. SWANGO 

Louisville 
SUSAN M. SWANN 

Louisville 
SYLVIA A. SWINFORD 

Richmond 
JAMES E. SYKES 

Ashland 
LINDA S. TABB 

Eli2abethtown 
DANNY O. TACKETT 

Lexington 
JAMES M. TACKETT 

Paintsville 
JIMMY TACKETT 

Louisville 
SHARON G. TACKETT 

Virgie 
LESLIE G. TAIT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY F. TALLENT 

Albany 
DAN C. TARVIN 

Williamsburg, Ohio 
DENNIS C. TARVIN 

Maysville 
THOMAS B. TATE 

Paris 
DEBBY K. TAYLOR 

Florence 
ELIZABETH I. TAYLOR 

Middletown, Ohio 
JACKIE M. TAYLOR 

Amelia, Ohio 
CARRY D. TAYLOR 

Port Royal 
LINDA L. TAYLOR 

Louisville 
MARY J. TAYLOR 

Lexington 
MELINDA J. TAYLOR 

Brooksville 
PATRICIA A. TAYLOR 

Dayton, Ohio 
SANDY K. TAYLOR 

Cincinnati, Ohio 







529 





Participation Aids in Learning 



WAYNE K. TAYLOR 

Lexington 
JANE L. TEATER 

Harrodsburg 
BEVERLY G. TEEGARDEN 

Independence 
REBECCA A. TERRILL 

Jenkins 
WILLIAM R. TERRY 

Mt. Sterling 
JON C. THALMAN 

Dayton, Ohio 
LEWIS S. THARP 

Bedford 
CONNIE L. THOMAS 

Charlestown, Indiana 
ELMER C. THOMAS 

Louisville 
GAIL THOMAS 

Richmond 
HOMER D. THOMAS 

Barkesville 
LINDA J. THOMAS 

Hamilton, Ohio 
SANDRA R.THOMAS 

Wilmore 
BARBARA S. THOMPSON 

Ft. Thomas 
BRENDA G. THOMPSON 

Jackson 
JO A. THOMPSON 

Lebanon, Ohio 
WILLIAM W. THOMPSON 

Dayton, Ohio 
DAVID T. THOMSON 

Tucson, Arizona 
TOBY A. THORPE 

Wayland 
CHARLES D. THORNTON 

Walton 
ROBERT L. TIPTON 

Winchester 
BARBARA A. TODD 

Lexington 
ROBERT E. TOLIN 

New Richmond, Ohio 
WILLIAM R. TONNE 

Aurora, Indiana 
GLENN P. TOWN 

Rockford, Illinois 
MARSHA J. TRACY 

Richmond 
TONI C. TRIMBLE 

Richmond 
RONNIE N. TUCKER 

Louisville 
CHERYL L. TUDOR 

Richmond 
LEONARD M. TUDOR 

Richmond 
GLORIA J. TURNER 

Bouneville 
LENANE TURNER 

Barnesville, Ohio 
LEXENE TURNER 

Houston 
MARION L.TURNER 

Louisville 
SHARON G. TURNER 

Hyden 
VICKI L. TURNER 

Rahway, New Jersey 
IRA J. TUSSEY 

David 
KENNETH B. TWYMAN 

Valley Station 
REBECCA L. TYLER 

Danville 
RUTH F. UHRIG 

Kettering, Ohio 
DONNA M. ULEARY 

Eminence 
REBECCA S. UNGER 

Lewisburg, Ohio 



GARY K. UPCHURCH 

Monticello 
SUSAN C. UTTER 

Elmira, New York 
GEORGE R. VAIEA 

Newark, Ohio 
ELIZABETH. A- VAN ARSDALE 

Winchester 
ROBERT D. VAN ARSDALE 

Yardley. Pennsylvania 
DOUG K. VANCE 

Hazard 
BETTY J. VanDIVER 

Burgin 
JAMES R. VANOVER 

Middlesboro 
DON W. VAN SLYKE 

Louisville 
KEVIN D. VARNEY 

Forest Hills 
NANCY L. UPTER 

Coraopolis, Pennsylvania 
NIJEL K. VEIRS 

Louisville 
CYNTHIA E. VINCENT 

Springfield, Ohio 
ANTHONY R. VIRES 

London 







530 




The best way to learn is to teach. 



FRESHMEN 



DARRELL VIRES 

Chavies 
GARY N. VITATOE 

Wheelwright 
THERESA M. WACLAWSKI 

Louisville 
STEPHEN W. WADDLE 

Charlestown, Indiana 
BILLIE W. WADE 

Lebanon 
JACKIE L. WAGNER 

Newport 
CONSTANCE F. WAINRIGHT 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LYNN WALDEN 

London 
CHARLES L. WALKER 

Valley Station 
CHARLES S. WALKER 

Lexington 
HILDA A. WALL 

Waynesburg 
JENNY K. WALL 

Lexington 
CHARLES H. WALRATH 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
KEN W. WALTERS 

Clearwater, Florida 
LARRY E. WALTERS 

Fairfield, Ohio 
ANTHONY WAMPLER 

Lexington 
HUBERT E. WARFORD 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUANITA F. WARFORD 

Mt. Eden 
LARRY A. WARREN 

Waynesburg 
JOHN A. WARRINGTON 

Miamisburg, Ohio 
CATHLYNN WATKINS 

Springfield, Ohio 
DEBORAH G. WATSON 

Brodhead 
MARILYN K. WATSON 

Liberty 
TERRY L. WATSON 

Liberty 
DONALD R. WATTS 

Frankfort 
NANCY S. WAYNE 

Denver, Colorado 
PAULA J. WEAVER 

Dayton, Ohio 
FREDA G. WEBB 

Louisville 
ROLENA S. WEBB 

South Portsmouth 
DEENA D. WEBSTER 

Ashland 
SALLY D. WEFLER 

Kettering, Ohio 
RODNEY L. WELCH 

Danville 
DONALD W. WELLS 

Paris 
DORIS J. WELLS 

Louisville 
LEONARD S. WELLS 

London 
WILLIAM B, WELLS 

Richmond 
JO E. WESLEY 

Lexington 
LINDA C. WESLEY 

Danville 
JUDY R. WESSEL 

Louisville 
PAUL W. WESTERMAN 

Villa Hills 
WILLIAM M. WETHINGTON 

Walton 
PHILLIP G. WHEAT 

Valley Station 




531 




FRESHMEN 



RONALD E. WHEATLEY 

Louisville 
BONNIE A. WHEELER 

Dayton, Ohio 
STEPHEN J. WHITAKER 

Columbus, Indiana 
WILLIAM J. WHITAKER 

Louisville 
JOHN W. WHITE 

Crab Orchard 
ROSEMARY WHITE 

Lexington 
WALKER G. WHITE 

Lexington 
WILLIAM D. WHITE 

Lexington 
JANET L. WHITEHOUSE 

Louisville 
ROGER D. WHITEHOUSE 

Bloomfield 
TONI M. WHITFIELD 

Louisville 
WILLIAM S. WHITSON 

Fort Mitchell 
WILLIAM K. WICKLIFFE 

Bardstown 
SUSAN D. WILBORN 

Shelbyville 
SANDRA L. WILDE 

Dayton. Ohio 
E. KAREN WILEY 

Lexington 
RHONDA K. WILHOITE 

Elliston 
COLLEEN A. WILLETT 

Louisville 
CAROLYN S. WILLIAMS 

Frenchburg 
DAVID E. WILLIAMS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JULIA A. WILLIAMS 

Lexington 
KRISTA K. WILLIAMS 

Paintsville 
ROBERT M. WILLIAMS 

Louisville 
BARBARA L. WILLIAMSON 

Phyllis 
BILLY J. WILLIAN 

Hodgenville 
MARY P. WILLS 

Paris 
BEVERLY A. WILSON 

Milford, Ohio 
DAVID E. WILSON 

Brookville, Ohio 
DEBORAH A. WILSON 

Carlisle 
FLOYD E. WILSON 

Randolph, Maine 
JEROME G. WILSON 

Williamsburg 
JOHN D. WILSON 

Harrison, Ohio 
JUDITH A WILSON 

Brooksville 
JUDY L. WILSON 

Edmonton 
KAREN K. WILSON 

Higginsport, Ohio 
MICHAEL A. WILSON 

Lexington 
PATRICIA L. WILSON 

Richmond 
ROBYNN L. WILSON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
SUSAN J. WILSON 

Louisville 
JENNY L. WINBURN 

Richmond 
BEVERLY J. WIND 

Bellevue 
DEBORAH D. WINKLE 

Irvine 



PENNY D. WINKLE 

Northfield, Ohio 
DWIGHT L. WINKLER 

Richmond 
LONNIE E. WINN 

Lexington 
RICK W. WINTERS 

Louisville 
MARGARET A. WIRES 

Lexington 
PEGGY L. WISE 

Sunbury, Ohio 
KAREN L. WOERNER 

Louisville 
ROBERT H. WOFFORD 

Harrodsburg 
SUSAN L, WOMACK 

Lexington 
DIANE WOOD 

Middletown, Ohio 
JAMES R. WOOD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
KRISTIN M. WOOD 

Xenia, Ohio 
GREGORY A. WOODRUFF 

Sabina, Ohio 
HOBERT WOODS, JR. 
Manchester 




532 



SHIRLEY D. WOODS 

Frankfort 
SUSAN J. WOODS 
Sturgis, Michigan 
ALBERT J. WOOSLEY 

Louisville 
LOWELL B. WORKMAN 

Dry Radge 
CHERYL M.WORMALD 

Ft. Thomas 
BILLY R. WORRELL 

Irvine 
MARILYN L. WORSHAM 

Monticello 
ROBERT W. WORTHINGTON 

Trenton, New Jersey 
CONSTANCE K. WOZNY 

Louisville 
YVONNE WRAY 

Louisville 
ALICE L. WRIGHT 

Greensburg 
JAMES E. WRIGHT 

Louisville 
JANE E. WRIGHT 

Prestonburg 
PATRICIA E. WRIGHT 

Democrat 
WANDA M. WRIGHT 

Lexington 
WILLIAM D. WRIGHT 

Lebanon 
LARRY R. WYNN 

Crittenden 
VERA A. YADEN 

Bardstown 
PHILIP D. YANCEY 

Frankfort 
JOYCE A. YAO 

Hong Kong 
JAMES E. YATES 

Louisville 
WILLIAM G. YATES 

Grundy, Virginia 
DALE E. YERIAN 

Kettering, Ohio 
BARBARA A. YOAK 

Paintsville 
CAROLYN A. YOUNG 

Louisville 
ELIZABETH A. YOUNG 

Tompkinsville 
KARYL D. YOUNG 

Louisville 
PATSEY A. YOUNG 

Forest Park, Ohio 
RICHARD E. YOUNG 

Bedford 
THOMAS B. YOUNG 

Newark, Ohio 
CAROLYN J. ZANONE 

Lancaster 
PAMELA J. ZEA 

Neptune, New Jersey 
ANNE R. ZIMMERMAN 

South Newport 
JO ZIMMERMAN 

Xenia, Ohio 
MARY A. ZIMMERMAN 
Newport 




Future Is Held in the Hands of the Youth 




Childhood is a time of innocence. 



JEFFERY L. AKERS 

Gratis. Ohio 
JANICE M. ALWOOD 

Louisville 
NED A. ARDINGER 

Williamsport, Maryland 
RAYMOND ASHER JR. 

Crab Orchard 
DANNY C. BAKER 

Walton 
EDWARD G. BARR 

Louisville 
STEPHEN O. BAMIDURO 

Awe, via Oyo Western State, 
Nigeria 
DONALD W. BLACKBURN 

Jeffersontown 
SHIRLEE A. BOOTH 

East Stroudsburg. Pennsylvania 
JUDY C. BORDERS 

Louisville 
JOHN C. BOURNE 

Nicholasville 
JOHN C. BOWERS 

Lexington 
CHARLES R. BOYLE 

Harrodsburg 
MICHAEL P. BRADY 

Hamilton. Ohio 
FRANK J. BRENNAN 

Queens. New York 
ROBERT C. BRYANT 

Louisville 
CAROL A. CARBONE 

Valley Station 
DIANE K. CHARLES 

Connersville, Indiana 
MARGARET L. COLLINS 

Jackson 
SANDRA L. COOINGTON 

Jacksonville. Florida 
BENJAMIN E. DOHNER 

Cleona. Penna. 
CARLA M. ENOS 

St. Joseph, Missouri 
MYRA G. FEAGANS 

Lexington 
VERNON L. FRYKHOLM JR. 

Radcliff 
ROBERT D. GOLDIN 

Hollywood, Florida 
ROBERT G. GOLDEN 

Goshen, Ohio 
JOHN D. GOODLETTE 

Naples, Florida 
JOSEPH M. HINTON 

Georgetown 
MARILYN R. HORNSBY 

Booneville 
SEAN A. HOSKINS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICTORIA A. JACOBS 

Lexington 
CHERINE H. KIRCHNER 

Louisville 
JUDI LEDFORD 

Paint Lick 
MARY L. McCLANAHAN 

Irvine 
SALLY C. McCORMACK 

Ft. Wright 




Second Semester Students 



534 






CHARLES MARZ 

Georgetown 
DENNIS A. MILLER 

Middlesboro 
ALAN F. MISTLER 

Hamilton, Ohio 
JANICE S. MOORE 

Pikeville 
JUDITH E. MOORE 

Winchester 
MARSHA L. MORAN 

Springfield 
WILLIAM J. NELSON 

Enon, Ohio 
JURAN D. PARKS 

Richmond 
JAMES W. PERKINS 

Lexington 
POLLY G. PFERSICK 

Washington Court House. Ohin 
CHARLES N. POWELL 

Elkhorn City 
JERRY M. PURCELL 

Lancaster 
SUE A. RODMAN 

Danville 
MARGARET B. RUDER 

London 
DEBORAH G. SHIELDS 

Louisville 
GEORGANNA SHOUSE 

Danville 
SUE A. SPARKS 

Ft. Thomas 
TONI C. SPRADLIN 

Paintsville 
PATRICA STEPP 

South Shore 
PRUDA E. STEWART 

Letcher 
JANICE M. STILLWELL 

Ft. Mitchell 
LINDA F. TERRELL 

Springfield 
WILLIAM R. TUPMAN 

Florence 
HELEN J. WADDELL 

Grayson 
IVAN R. WEIR 

Windsor 
SUSAN M. WILSON 

Middlesboro 
PATTY S. WITHERS 

Cynthiana 
MICHELLE M. WOLFE 

Danville 

TIN-JOR WONG 

Hong Kong-British 

Commonwealth Colony 
DAVID M. WOODRING 

Rineyville 
GWEN A. WRIGHT 

Carrol lton 
DANIEL M. WURTH 

Covington 



The threat of Hong Kong flu makes this student extra careful; he's not taking any 
chances. After a routine checkup, his case is carefully diagnosed — Hong Kong flu. 





535 



1," '"■"« .-<■ 




INDEX AND 
DIRECTORY 



■u 



Student Index and Directory 



Abell, Charlyn L.; 455 
Abercrombie, Janice M.; 455 
Abney, Carol M.; 201 
Abney, Gary C; 353, 455 
Abney, Robert S.; 163 
Abney, Steve; 425 
Accounting Club; 372 
Ackerman, Diehl; 384, 455 
Acquino, R.; 383 
Acton, Nevelyn N.; 455 
Adams, Barbara A.; 383 
Adams, Betty L.; 229 
Adams, Carol M.; 455 
Adams, Carol S.; 410, 477 
Adams, Charles M.; 201, 414 
Adams, Cynthia R.; 289, 477 
Adams, Cynthia R.; 477 
Adams, Gary; 385 
Adams, George T.; 383 
Adams, Halbert E.; 163 
Adams, Jean; 374 
Adams, Madelyn K.; 455 
Adams, Mark W.; 366 
Adams, Pamela C; 501 
Adams, Phyllis J. W.; 201 
Adams, Robert E.; 425, 455 
Adams, Sharon R.; 455 
Adams, Sondra J.; 501 
Adamson, David S., Jr.; 501 
Adcock, Brenda J.; 501 
Adcock, Sally A.; 477 
Addington, Doris D.; 477 
Aderholdt, Catherine; 477 
Adin, Carl H., Jr.; 477 
Adkins, Carolyn G; 376, 501 
Adkins, David N.; 374 
Adkins, Harold G; 139 
Adkins, Martha L.; 384, 477 
Adrian, James C; 501 
Agriculture Club; 373 
Agee, Sara Moores; 229 
Ahlers, Judith A.; 501 
Ahlers, Nancy L.; 501 
Aiken, John D.; 501 



Aiken, Margaret L.; 163 
Aitkin, James M.; 163, 417 
Akemon, Agnes; 455 
Akemon, John III; 501 
Aker, Stephen K.; 501 
Akermanis, Linda Lee; 229 
Akers, Jay E.; 426 
Akers, Jeffery L.; 534 
Akers, Terry J.; 501 
Akers, Willard L.; 501 
Alban, David H.; 201 
Albers, Donna R.; 477 
Albert, Carolyn D.; 163 
Albrecht, Jeanne A.; 501 
Albright, Margaret S.; 455 
Alexander, James G.", 455 
Alexander, Linda K.; 455 
Alexander, Michael A.; 374, 375 
Alexander, Patricia S.; 501 
Alexander, William M.; 477 
Alford, Mary M.; 386, 501 
Alford, William C; 501 
Algier, Laloni J.; 406 
Allen, Betty L.; 501 
Allen, Deborah A.; 477 
Allen, Diana L.; 501 
Allen, Edwina M.; 151 
Allen, Linda L.; 501 
Allen, Marva F. L.; 229 
Allen, Melvin D.; 201 
Allen, Michael W.; 501 
Allen, Vera L.; 477 
Alley, Brenda D.; 455 
Alley, Claude F.; 455 
Alley, Judith L.; 163, 289 
Alley, Sammy D.; 501 
Allison, Ronald E.; 455 
Allman, Sue P.; 163 
Allred, Glenn L.; 501 
Allten, Clinton S.; 455 
Alpha Delta Pi; 402-403 
Alpha Gamma Delta; 404 
Alpha Phi Gamma; 288 
Alpha Psi Omega; 288 
Alpha Sigma Upsilon; 360 



Alpha Zela Upsilon; 360 

Alwood, Janice M.; 534 

Ambrose, Elizabeth P.; 364, 501 

Amburgey, Ewel G; 414, 455 

Amburgey, Kenneth D.; 383, 163 

Amburgey, Michael F.; 477 

Ammerman, Craig L.; 288, 443 

Anania, Edward J.; 163, 421 

Anday, Ahmet C; 164 

Anderson, Albert, Jr.; 501 

Anderson, Cessie M.; 501 

Anderson, Charles E.; 477 

Anderson, Donna L.; 356 

Anderson, Donna S.; 501 

Anderson, Edith G; 164, 290 

Anderson, Ellis C; 455 

Anderson, Gary B.; 501 

Anderson, Harold D.; 139 

Anderson, Karen C; 164 

Anderson, Karen M.; 401 

Anderson, Kelly R.; 383, 501 

Anderson, Nancy L.; 287, 477 

Anderson, Patty L.; 437, 477 

Anderson, Ralph; 501 

Anderson, Raymond C; 477 

Anderson, Richard T.; 271, 229, 
320 

Andrada, Juan D.; 202 

Andrada, Norma J. W.; 202 

Andrew, Linda S.; 501 

Andrew, Pamela M.; 374, 501 

Andrews, Paul P., Jr.; 455 

Andrews, Ronald L.; 202, 360 

Androit, Robert J.; 139 

Angel, Elizabeth D.; 455 

Angel, Janet D.; 229, 405 

Angel, Judy E.; 364, 477, 

Angerosa, Susan A.; 202 

Angus, Glenn E.; 383, 385, 455 

Ankney, Jon W.; 299, 421 

Ankrum, Sandra L.; 151, 402 

Ansley, Jean A.; 501 

Anthony, Brenda S.; 501 

Antle, Gayla S. D.; 164 

Antrobus, Robert D.; 501 



Applegate, Beverly 455 

Aquino, Enrico P.; 455 

Aquino, Kathleen C; 229 

Archer, Jerry W.; 139 

Ard, Beverly D.; 501 

Ardinger, Ned A.; 534 

Argabright, Tim A.; 309, 414, 455 

Arlinghaus, Kathleen Y.; 229, 275 

Armstrong, Michael L.; 501 

Armstrong, Nancy S.; 406, 477 

Armstrong, Sharon L.; 455 

Armstrong, William J.; 299 

Arnett, Beatrice R.; 230 

Arnett, Emma J.; 230 

Arnett, Larry L.; 230 

Arnett, Victor E.; 230 

Arney, David L.; 164 

Arney, Janice L.; 455 

Arnold, Clenantt; 309 

Arnold, Douglas M.; 417 

Arnold, Gerald W.; 455 

Arnold, Jennifer K.; 164 

Arnold, John W.; 477 

Arnold, Linda K.; 378, 455 

Arritt, Alvin M.; 230, 298 

Arthur, James C; 501 

Arthur, William M.; 202 

Artis, Helen K.; 164 

Arvin, Glenna R.; 477 

Arvin, Robert L.; 258 

Asbridge, Anthony; 477 

Asbury, Mildred D.; 285, 230 

Ashby, William C; 501 

Ashcraft, Anna M.; 501 

Ashcraft, Roy P.; 477 

Asher, Louise; 477 

Asher, Mary K.; 384 

Asher, Noah M.; 501 

Asher, Raymond, Jr.; 534 

Ashford, Nancy K.; 230, 366 

Ashley, Kathryn C; 477 

Ashman, James D.; 419, 418, 377, 
230 

Association for Childhood 
Education; 3 73 

Athey, Mary L.; 477 



538 



Atkinson, Linda L.; 501 
Aubrey, Alan F.; 164, 288 
Augspurger, Karen E.; 354 
Aulick, Candace J.; 501 
Aurora; 442 
Ausa; 436 

Austin, Jill A.; 288, 450, 477 
Austin, Jim E.; 501 
Austin, Robert E.; 477 
Averitt, Thomas E. Jr.; 501 

— B— 

Babb, Sharon L.; 501 

Baber, Jerry A.; 455 

Baber, Roy T.; 501 

Babinski, Valeria A.;410, 437, 455 

Back, Fanny S.; 501 

Back, Gerald L.; 365, 502 

Back, Stephen A.; 502 

Bader, Juliana; 455 

Badger, Cheryl C; 502 

Badgett, Paul R.; 477 

Bagwell, Carolyn; 502 

Bagwell, Ronald C; 455 

Bahns, Stephen C; 455 

Bailey, Dana L.; 139 

Bailey, Deborah L.; 502 

Bailey, Devona L.; 502 

Bailey, Donald W.; 421 

Bailey, Donna M.; 455 

Bailey, Gary S.; 502 

Bailey, Jeanette H.; 230 

Bailey, Larry W.; 445, 447, 477 

Bailey, Oscar L.; 455 

Bailey, Patricia A.; 502 

Bailey, Patricia A.; 164, 285 

Bain, John J.; 202 

Baird, Herbert C; 502 

Baird, Patsy A.; 406, 287, 477 

Baize, Mary C; 164 

Baker, Allen H.; 298, 364, 455 

Baker, Charles D.; 502 

Baker, Danny C; 534 

Baker, Edd C; 258, 374 

Baker, Edsel R.; 477 

Baker, Janet T.; 383 



Baker, Jerry M.; 139 
Baker, Margaret A.; 455 
Baker, Tony; 413 
Baker, Warren K.; 202 
Baldinger, Charlene L.; 455 
Baldino, Frank L.; 230 
Baldwin, Durunda; 477 
Baldwin, Margaret M.; 140 
Baldwin, Ronnie L.; 349, 477 
Ball, Bonnie C; 477 
Ball, Bonnie L.; 230 
Ball, David J.; 383, 502 
Ball, Linda S.; 357, 376, 383, 502 
Ball, Mary E.; 230 
Ball, N. Catherine; 502 
Ballard, Elizabeth A.; 502 
Ballard, Robert H.; 502 
Balmos, Candice J.; 381, 502 
Balmos, Joe T.; 455 
Bamiduro, Stephen O.; 534 
Banning, Michael L.; 455 
Bannister, David B.; 455 
Banta, Clinton W.; 502 
Baptist Student Union; 364 
Barabeck, Larry; 385 
Barbee, Jimmy T.; 164 
Barber, Jack R.; 502 
Bard, Barry G.; 455 
Barger, Sue; 455 
Barger, Sylvia A.; 164 
Bargo, Matthew; 477 
Bargo, Sandra L.; 477 
Barkau, John A.; 425, 477 
Barker, Andrew A.; 140 
Barker, John J.; 417, 455 
Barker, Michael D.; 502 
Barker, William P.; 421, 477 
Barlow, Ann E.; 502 
Barnard, Margaret H.; 455 
Barnard, Michael L.; 502 
Barnes, David C; 455 
Barnes, Gerald E.; 502 
Barnes, Janice K.;502 
Barnes, Kay L.; 376 ,477 
Barnes, Nancy J.; 354, 455 
Barnes, Sandra J.; 502 



Barnett, Freddy A.; 202, 353 
Barnett, Jack C; 455 
Barnett, Ron L.; 502 
Barnhart, Carolyn S.; 406, 230 

Barnhart, Marilyn S.; 201, 254, 

407, 406 

Barowich, David A.; 413, 477 

Barr, Charles A.; 377, 502 

Barr, Edward G.; 534 

Barr, Joy A.; 384 

Barrett, Daniel H.; 164 

Barrett, William E.; 164, 412, 413 

Barrott, William E.; 202 

Barsotti, Matthew F.; 425, 477 

Bartl, Clifford Harold; 230 

Barth, Donald K; 502 

Barth, Linda L.; 375, 455 

Barthel, Frances L.; 374, 455 

Bartleson, James C; 502 

Bartley, Danny R.; 284, 202, 425, 
275 

Bartley, David R.; 164, 417 

Bartram, James Harlan; 164 

Bascom, Cheryl A.; 230 

Basham, Roger L.; 502 

Bass, Bruce M.; 502 

Bass, Mary M.; 406, 230 

Bass, Mitchel F.; 455 

Bastian, Janet K; 477 

Bastin, Gary E.; 164 

Bate, David F.; 164 

Bates, Bill; 414 

Bates, Larry P.; 349 

Batte, William K; 502 

Battles, Donald R.; 477 

Battles, Howard E.; 353 

Baur, Joe; 353 

Bauer, James R.; 502 

Bauer, Jane C; 356, 384, 477 

Baugh, E. Evelyn; 384 

Baughlyons, Evelyn; 502 

Buaghman, Constance J.; 455 

Baughn, Buford D.; 

Baugr, Linda; 502,477 

Bault, Elaine J.; 455 

Bauman, Bruce E.; 477 

Baumstark, Lewis B.; 383 



Baur, Daniel J.; 502 
Baxter, Adair R.; 502 
Bay, Sherry L.; 202, 290 
Baysore, Shireen E. E.; 358, 165 
Baysore, Timmy E.; 358, 165 
Beach, Rita M.; 258 
Beadle, Cheri L.; 502 
Beagle, Gary S.; 455 
Beams, Barbara A.; 258 
Beard, William J.; 502 
Beasley, James E.; 140, 483 
Beasley, William T; 456 
Beaty, Brenda S.; 456 
Bechtold, Daniel P.; 418 
Bechler, Sparky; 353 
Beck, Elizabeth H. S.; 230 
Beck, Linda I.; 230 
Beck, Phyllis J.; 502 
Beck, Robert G.; 298 
Beck, Rudolph W.; 502 
Bedell, Susan A.; 502 
Beechboard, Linda F.; 502 
Beekman, Rebecca A.; 502 
Beeler, Carolyn J.; 502 
Beers, Sally E.; 289 
Begley, Donna S. ; 477 
Begley, George R.; 477 
Begley, Helen M.; 477 
Begley, Janice; 456 
Begley, Jimmie A.; 502 
Begley, John W.; 502 
Begley, Louise; 231, 373 
Begley, Marsha Jo; 502 
Begley, Myra S.; 456 
Begley, Paula D.; 165, 2S5 
Begley, Ralph D.; 151 
Behanan, Russell W.; 477 
Behymer, Deborah E.; 502 
Belcher, Algie F., Jr.; 502 
Belcher, Harriett F.; 377, 477 
Belcher, Hudson L .; 477 
Belcher, Michael S.; 502 
Belgrade, Joe E.; 477 
Bell, Jerome M.; 477 
Bell, Lana L.; 376, 381, 456 
Bell, Lenise R.; 502 



539 



Bell, Martha A.; 477 

Bell, Rita F.; 456 

Bell, Robert J.; 289 

Bellamy, Katherine V.; 502 

Bellamy, Margaret C; 386, 502 

Bellman, Robert J.; 502 

Beltle, Debbie J.; 478 

Benard, Beth L.; 374, 502 

Benassi, Janice A.; 478 

Bends, James P.; 478 

Benge, Doris L.; 456 

Benjamin, Amos S.; 502 

Benjamin, Barry K.; 384 

Bennett, Barbara L.; 456 

Bennett, David L.; 151 

Bennett, Lois V.; 456 

Benning, Linda S.; 503 

Bennings, Jack T.; 503 

Benoit, Noella Y.; 503 

Bentley, Danny R.; 503 

Bentley, Lana C; 406, 231 

Bentley, Linda A.; 357, 376, 503 

Bentley, Novella; 503 

Bentley, Wesley M.; 478 

Benton, Barbara A.; 384 

Benton, Netta J,; 503 

Benton, Susan K.; 165, 406, 285, 
289 

Benz, Richard C; 503 

Berg, Dale E.; 165, 354, 358, 359 

Bergen, Donna L.; 503 

Berger, Carolyn M.; 456 

Bernard, M.; 383 

Beroset, Gary A.; 417 

Berry, Elaine W.; 503 

Berry.T. Gail; 503 

Berry, Kenneth L.; 165, 254, 425 

Berry, Sandra Lee; 478, 503 

Berry, Wanda L.; 503 

Bertram, Cletus M.; 456 

Bertrand, Donna C; 231 

Bertrand, Jean K.; 503 

Bertrand, Keith T.; 503 

Beta Omicron Chi; 412 

Beverly, William K; 202 

Bickers, Steven W.; 202 

Bickett, Amy M.; 478 



Biechler, Dwight A.; 165 

Biehn, Patricia L.;231, 373 

Biermann, Ann E.; 376, 478 

Biermann, John J.; 503 

Bileske, Lynne M.; 410, 456 

Billings, R. Thomas; 456 

Billings, Russell B.; 140 

Bingham, Deborah L.; 478 

Bingham, Jimmie; 503 

Bingham, Rodger W.; 140 

Biology Club; 374 

Birch, JaneE.; 2S5, 231 

Birchfield, Harold W.; 503 

Bishop, Billy M.; 298 

Bishop, Harold F., Jr.; 202 

Bishop, Kathryn S.; 478 

Bitsko, Edward A.; 478 

Black, Barbara L.; 478 

Black, Beverly G; 478 

Black, Donna F.; 503 

Black, James L.; 165 

Black, Mary E.; 503 

Black, Mary L.; 357, 376, 456 

Black, Ronald L.; 478 

Black, Theresia A.; 202 

Blackburn, Donald W.; 534 

Blackburn, Linda C; 503 

Blackburn, Michael H.; 202, 420, 
421 

Blackburn, Randolph L.; 436, 478 

Blackburn, Susan; 140 

Blackburn, Vickie C; 503 

Blackwell, James G.; 202 

Blackwood, Linda J.; 503 

Blagg, Cheryl M.; 478 

Blair, James D.; 203, 417 

Blair, Rosa M.; 503 

Blair, Terry; 503 

Blake, Howard D.; 503 

Blake, James A.; 140, 414 

Blake, Karen L.; 478 

Blake, Sandra A.; 386 

Blakeman, Ira L.; 478 

Blakemore, Neville L.; 456 

Blandford, Thomas E.; 478 

Blankenship, Jimmy D.; 503 

Blankenship, Terry G.; 503 



Blanton, Calvin T.; 364, 478 

Blanton, Janice R.; 503 

Blanton, Rueben L.; 383 

Blaut, Carol J.; 503 

Blaut, Kathleen F.; 287, 386, 478 

Bleichner, Gary J.; 427, 426, 456, 
284 

Bleidt, John J.; 165, 425 

Blevins, Angela; 383,503 

Blevins, Floyd R.;287, 364, 383, 
385, 478 

Blevins, Lloyd K; 287, 364, 383, 
385, 478 

Blevins, Priscilla F.; 503 

Bloomer, Jill F.; 456 

Blue, Harry A.; 355, 364 

Blum, John C; 365, 503 

Blumer, Bonnie S.; 503 

Blythe, Robert R.; 287, 478 

Board, Randy F.; 503 

Boardman, Ernest L.; 456 



Boaz, Ronnie D.; 478 
Bock, Ronald N.; 319, 360, 478 
Bodley, Harvey H., Jr.; 503 
Bogdanski, Joanne T.; 378 
Boggess, Carolyn L.; 364, 503 
Boggio, Guido; 456 
Bogie, Pamela B. J.; 203 
Bogle, Charles R.; 456 
Bogo, James J.; 140 
Bogo, Lauren B.; 503 
Bohannon, Constance A.; 503 
Bohannon, Johnny K; 140 
Bohannon, Linda L.; 456 
Bokal, Edward G.; 141 
Bokelman, Allen E.; 320, 503 
Bokelman, David J.; 320, 503 
Boley, John N.; 203 
Bolly, Keith E.; 456 
Bolte, Mike A.; 141 




On the trampoline, this coed displays form. Degree of dif- 
ficulty— .001. 



540 



Bolton, Nancy F.; 203 

Bonnell, Charles J.; 378, 421, 456 

Bonny, Billie T.; 456 

Bonny, Marsha W.; 456 

Bonny, Thomas H.; 165 

Bonny, Thomas H., Sr.; 384 

Boonitt, Poungsroi; 258 

Boone, Geraldine J.; 203 

Booth, Shirlee A.; 534 

Boothby, Roberta M.; 258 
Boothe, Marlene Y.; 203, 405 

Borabeck, Larry; 383 

Borden, Daniel U.; 503 

Borders, Judy C; 534 

Borders, Michael R.; 456 

Borgia, Frank J.; 203, 360 

Borin, John A.; 478 

Boring, Elaine L.; 504 

Boring, Steven K.; 504 

Bosse, Timothy J.; 287, 478 

Bostick, Pamela K.; 504 

Boston, Susie; 478 

Boswell, Diana L.; 165 

Bottom, David A.; 384, 504 

Bottom, Larry R.; 426, 291 

Botts, Guy S.; 504 

Bourne, John C; 534 

Bowers, Darrell M.; 418, 451, 454, 
456 

Bowers, John C; 534 

Bowers, Stephanie K.; 504 

Bowles, Brian L.; 478 

Bowlin, Glenna P.; 504 

Bowling, Dana; 165 

Bowling, David G.; 456 

Bowling, Edwin D., Jr.; 141, 422 

Bowling, Jean J. E.; 258 

Bowling, Joy L.; 504 

Bowling, Kermitt R.; 478 

Bowling, Lynn A.; 478 

Bowling, Michael; 504 

Bowman, Connie M.; 478 

Bowman, Donna Maria; 231 

Bowman, Loyd; 504 

Bowman, Shirley A.; 478 

Box, Terry; 504 

Boyd, Billy C; 203 



Boyd, James E.; 203 

Boyd, Patricia A.; 504 

Boyd, Ronald D.; 478 

Boyer, Bruce S.; 165, 271, 320 

Boyer, Lynn E.; 456 

Boyle, Charles R.; 478 

Bozarth, Perry E.; 203 

Brackney, Karen S.; 165, 285, 354 
378 

Bradbury, Nora D.; 478 

Bradford, Jo A.; 383, 384, 385 

Bradt, Russell N; 141 

Brady, Michael P.; 534 

Bragg, Daniel G.; 203 

Brammell, Michael L.; 356, 504 

Branch, Jane W.; 456 

Brandenburg, Deloris; 456 

Brandenburg, Lisa; 478 

Brandenburg, Sharon K.; 504 

Branham, Chlotene; 478 

Branham, Donagene; 478 

Branham, William F.; 456 

Brannon, William R.; 231 

Bransby, John R.; 165 

Branscome, Karen R.; 373, 456 

Branscum, James R.; 456 

Branstetter, Larry W.; 231 

Brant, Dennis L.; 478 

Brantley, Gary T; 456 

Brashear, Brenda D.; 478 

Brashear, Sherry; 504 

Brasington, Robert D.; 231, 366 

Brassfield, Carol L.; 410, 449, 457 

Braun, Robert F.; 457 

Braun, Ronald L.; 284, 203, 272 
275 

Bray, Barbara A.; 504 

Breahm, Harold D.; 478 

Brecht, Thomas C; 365 

Breeding, Robert B.; 504 

Breehl, Clifford A., Jr.; 504 

Breisford, Allen; 284 

Breitenstein, Larry D.; 425, 478 

Breland, Monna G; 384, 385 

Breisford, Allen K; 203, 425, 275 

Brenda, Arthur P.; 504 

Brenda, Raymond O.; 504 

Brendenberg, Richard Earl; 231 



Brennan, Francis J.; 479, 534 

Brent, Ilene; 504 

Breuel, Kathern; 504 

Brewer, Cecilia G.; 231 

Brewer, Christine M.; 410, 411, 
272, 231 

Brewer, Cynthia A.; 504 

Brewer, Gary D.; 504 

Brewer, Kenneth E.; 457 

Brewer, Lonnie D.; 504 

Brewer, Penny J.; 231 

Brewer, William J.; 203, 298 

Brewster, Donna J.; 457 

Bribe, James F.; 457 

Brick, Jane; 289 

Brickey, Karen G.; 384, 479 

Bricking, Raymond A.; 437 

Bridewell, John D.; 258, 457 

Bridewell, Terry L.; 231 

Bright, Venita D.; 374 

Britt, Elaine W.; 410, 457 

Brittain, Gary W.; 479 

Brittain, Neal L.; 141 

Britton, Nancy L.; 504 

Brock, Billie Sheckler; 231 

Brock, Donald W.; 504 

Brock, Lawrence O., Jr.; 374 

Brock, Margaret R.; 165 

Brock, Patricia Louise; 231 

Brock, Robert M.; 413 

Brockman, Mina A.; 231 

Brockman, Tony; 504 

Broering, Karen L.; 479 

Broering, Kurt H.; 504 

Brogden, Adehlia A.; 232 

Brooks, Alice M.; 504 

Brooks, Barry T.; 203 

Brooks, Don C; 504 

Brooks, James H.; 479 

Brooks, John G.; 479 

Brooks, Patricia A.; 219 

Brosius, Leslie C; 504 

Brothers, Lynn M.; 165, 281, 356 

Broughton, Betty L.; 479 

Broughton, Linda S.; 479 

Broughton, Stanley W.; 479 

Broussard, Mildred E.; 457 



Brown, Arcie G.; 504 
Brown, Betty A.; 457 
Brown, Betty J.; 504 
Brown, Brenda G.; 504 
Brown, Cathy J.; 457 
Brown, Cathy S.; 479 
Brown, Coy J.; 457 
Brown, Deborah J.; 479 
Brown, Dwight E.; 413 
Brown, Elizabeth A.; 457 
Brown, Franklin D.;165 
Brown, Gary F.; 165 
Brown, Gloria Jean; 232 
Brown, Helen I.; 383, 479 
Brown, James D.; 457 
Brown, James R.; 479 
Brown, Janis R.; 457 
Brown, Joe K; 504 
Brown, John R.; 504 
Brown, John W.; 479 
Brown, Joyce A.; 376, 504 
Brown, Joyce E.; 357 
Brown, Larry A.; 479 
Brown, Marilyn A.; 504 
Brown, Norman E.; 203 
Brown, Patricia L.; 376, 457 
Brown, Paul A.; 479 
Brown, Paula E.; 291, 203 
Brown, Phillip E.; 504 
Brown, Robert T.; 479 
Brown, Rufus S.; 421 
Brown, Ruth A.; 504 
Brown, Sharon A.; 504 
Brown, Sue M.; 504 
Brown, Theodore E.; 166 
Brown, Thomas R.; 479 
Brown, Victoria L.; 356, 504 
Brown, William C; 479 
Brown, William D.; 504 
Browne, Albert L.; 141 
Browning, Carol A.; 457 
Browning, John D.; 203 
Browning, Kathleen F.; 381, 479 
Browning, Linda G. L.; 232 
Browning, Ronald L.; 504 
Browning, William K.; 479 
Brubaker, Karl J.; 320 



541 



Brucchieri, Nancy C; 288, 354, 
366, 450, 457 

Bruce, Darlene A.; 504 

Bruce, Marilyn C; 504 

Brueggen, Gary S.; 427, 426, 457 

Brumback, Brenda S. M.; 479 

Brumback, Marshall; 479 

Brumback, Thomas G.; 457 

Brumet, Barbara L.; 479 

Bruner, Arble G., Jr.; 141 

Bruner, Judith M.; 479 

Bruner, Rickey A.; 232 

Bruno, Nila J.; 383, 479 

Bryan, Peggy L.; 359, 410, 479 

Bryant, George C; 504 

Bryant, James D.; 373, 457 

Bryant, Janice M.; 381 

Bryant, Karan L.; 479 

Bryant, Linda S.; 384, 504 

Bryant, Nancy L.; 457 

Bryant, Norma J.; 232 

Bryant, Paul E.; 309 

Bryant, Karen; 287 

Bryant, Rayelene J.; 232, 373 

Bryant, Robert C; 534 

Bryant, Sharan L.; 287, 479 

Bryant, Sherry L.; 504 

Bryson, Arthur J.; 166 

Bryson, Terri A.; 479 

Buchanan, Janet L.; 479 

Buchanan, Joan; 287 

Buchanan, John L.; 479 

Bucks, Emily; 289 

Buckholz, Anne E.; 504 

Buckholz, Paul H.; 457 

Buckley, William M.; 166 

Buckner, John E.; 320, 360 

Budke, Barbara A.; 383, 504 

Buehler, Donald S.; 298, 360, 421, 
457 

Bugg, Jason A.; 479 

Buis, Michael A.; 504 

Bujdoso, Judy L.; 479 

Bulcher, Dorothy A.; 365, 504 

Bullock, Carol B.; 21 

Bullock, Judith A.; 505 

Bullock, Letitia G.; 166 

Bullock, Valeria K.; 232, 437 



Bumgardner, Darrell E .; 457 

Bunch, Anna B.; 479 

Bunton, John L.; 413 

Burch, Susan E.; 232 

Burchell, Beverly A. M.; 479 

Burchett, Barbara A.; 166, 374 

Burchfield, David R.; 383 

Burchwell, Michael R.; 505 

Burdette, Anne K.; 383, 505 

Burdette, Janice O.; 376, 505 

Burdine, David A.; 505 

Burger, Kristen E.; 358, 166 

Burgess, Ronald L.; 417, 457 

Burk, Ann R.; 406 

Burk, John E.; 479 

Burk, Mary C; 479 

Burke, Betty L.; 457 

Burke, Diana L.; 378 

Burke, Harold J.; 319, 457 

Burke, Jerry F.; 364, 383, 505 

Burke, Margaret A.; 505 

Burke, Margaret A.; 505 

Burke, Patricia Y.; 505 

Burke, Sharon K.; 364, 383, 384, 
505 

Burke, Sherry L.; 479 

Burke, Violet A.; 505 

Burkhart, Suzanne R.; 386, 505 

Burkhead, Ann L.; 373, 505 

Burkhead, Don R.; 457 

Burkholder, Terry R.; 479 

Burks, Emily J.; 166 

Burks, George R.; 204, 417, 451 

Burness, Jean A.; 406, 479 

Burnett, Richard B.; 374 

Bumette, Rebecca C; 232 

Burns, Gordon G., Jr.; 141 

Burres, Lester C; 457 

Burrows, Cal; 426 

Burrows, Laurence M.; 141 

Burrows, Linda C. A.; 233, 285 

Burton, Clarice J.; 357, 479 

Burton, Evelyn J.; 233, 410 

Burton, Judy K.; 505 

Burton, Sherrill L.; 364, 505 

Buschemeyer, Elizabet; 384, 505 

Busey, Lannie C; 203, 386 



Bush, Barry L.; 505 

Bush, Harold G.; 438 

Bush, Janet Lynn; 377 

Bush, Larry G; 505 

Bush, Michael W.; 479 

Bush, Sue A.; 457 

Butcher, Bruce E.; 505 

Butcher, Wanda M.; 377, 457 

Butler, Brenda J.; 358, 359, 410, 
479 

Butler, Kathleen J.; 505 

Butler, Lelani; 381, 479 

Butler, Nancy E.; 479 

Butler, William D.; 421, 479 

Butters, Nancy L.; 359 

Butts, Nina I.; 479 

Byars, Irvine M., Ill; 166 

Byers, Sharon E.; 505 

Byrd, Carolyn K. C; 166 

Byrd, Gerald A.; 141 

Byrd, Larry L.; 457 

Byrd, Linda R. R.; 205, 290 

Byrley, Phyllis K; 374 

Byrne, Kathleen M.; 479 

Byrne, Lori; 457 

Byrnes, James M.; 383 

Byrum, Joyce L.; 505 



Cadena, Ana M.; 166 

Cadeuceus Club; 374 

Cahall, Judith E.; 505 

Cailey, Donna J.; 233, 285, 366, 
410 

Cain, Brenda A.; 479 

Cain, Finley; 204, 415, 414 

Calder, Nina C; 457 

Calder, Teresa A.; 166 

Caldwell, Sherry; 374, 457 

Caldwell, William R.; 505 

Calkins, Paul N.; 479 

Callihan, Charlotte; 402 

Callis, Katherine M.; 290, 457 

Calvert, Charles A.; 384, 479 

Calvert Zena; 409 

Cameron, Richard K; 500 

Camic, Earl F.; 505 

Camm, Charles K.; 381 



Campassi, Pete; 457 
Campbell, Darrell; 505 
Campbell, James K.; 505 
Campbell, James L.; 166 
Campbell, Jerry M.; 479 
Campbell, Kenneth E.; 418, 457 
Campbell, Larry J.; 505 
Campbell, Larry W.; 479 
Campbell, Linda K; 505 
Campbell, Mary S.; 373, 457 
Campbell, Patricia A.; 505 
Campbell, Richard W.; 166 
Campbell, James K; 505 
Campbell, James L.; 166 
Campbell, Jerry M.; 479 
Campbell, Kenneth E.; 418, 457 
Campbell, Larry J.; 505 
Campbell, Larry W.; 479 
Campbell, Linda K; 505 
Campbell, Mary S.; 373, 457 
Campbell, MonteW.; 505 
Campbell, Patricia A.; 505 
Campbell, Richard W.; 166 
Campbell, Roger D.; 505 
Campbell, Sarah S.; 204, 290 
Campbell, Tommy D.; 505 
Campbell, Wesley R.; 141 
Campo, Frank; 334, 414 
Canada, Gloria A.; 219 
Cannon, David W.; 505 
Cantrill, Debra K; 383 
Cappel, David H.; 505 
Carbone, Carol A.; 534 
Carder, Peggy D.; 457 
Carder, Phyllis J.; 480 
Carey, James K; 505 
Carey, Thomas R.; 422 
Carey, Velma J.; 505 
Carley, Donna; 389 
Carlisle, Harold D.; 166, 353 
Carlson, Linda K; 233 
Carman, Linda K; 358, 457 
Carmickle, Barry W.; 505 
Carmicle, Donald D.; 505 
Carmody, Jeffery M.; 233 
Carnes, Carolyn J.; 505 
Carnes, Jo Ann; 505 



542 



Carries, Joan F.; 457 

Carney, Monty D.; 505 

Caronia, Gary J.; 233 

Carpenter, David K.; 457 

Carpenter, Pamela K. G.; 457 

Carpenter, Patricia L.; 376, 480 

Carpenter, Paul D.; 349, 506 

Carr, David P.; 480 

Carr, Jane A.; 204 

Carr, Jane A.; 204 

Carr, Michael R.; 141 

Carr, Patricia A.; 506 

Carrender, Barry D.; 506 

Carrico, Francis J.; 349, 506 

Carroll, Judith E.; 373, 457 

Carroll, Keith F.; 506 

Carroll, Robert M.; 425, 233 

Carter, Ann V.; 457 

Carter, Clyde E.; 457 

Carter, Jerry R.;166 

Carter, Jerry W.; 269, 281 

Carter, Jimmie L.; 141 

Carter, Kenneth M.; 480 

Carter, Margaret A.; 233 

Carter, Marshall T.; 506 

Carter, Nona G.; 506 

Carter, Roseanna L.; 480 

Cartinhour, William D.; 480 

Cartwright, Rebecca L.; 506 

Cartwright, Shawna J.; 366, 442, 
457 

Carver, Harold W.; 506 

Carver, Ottis W., Jr.; 506 

Carver, Robert D.; 288, 381 

Case, Jerry Ray; 166 

Casey, Barbara J. K.; 204 

Casey, Danny B.; 480 

Casey, Doris E.; 233 

Casey, Michael J.; 457 

Cash, Barbara J.; 506 

Cash, Frances D.; 258 

Cassidy, Rhonda L.; 506 

Cassill, Arthur D.; 506 

Cassity, Terry A.; 480 

Castegnaro, Sandra K.; 287, 480 

Castegnaro, Victoria; 457 

Castellanos, Jose L.; 166 



Castle, Cheryl L.; 506 
Catlett, Michael S.; 421, 457 
Caudill, Conley; 480 
Caudill, James A.; 287 
Caudill, Jimmy S.; 480 
Caudill, Lois C; 506 
Caudill, Michael A.; 457 
Caudill, Robert D.; 258 
Caudill, Sharon F.; 480 
Cavalier, Jo A.; 506 
Cavin, Carla D.; 409 
Cawthon, Arnold A.; 166 
Cayton, Charles H.; 457 
Cayton, Thomas E.; 457 
Caywood, Marion J.; 480 
Cecil, Donald Frank; 233 
Cella, Robert L.; 458 
Center, Durward R.; 480 
Center, John T.; 506 
Chadwell, Datha P.; 458 
Chadwell, David C; 458 
Chadwell, Jimmie; 480 
Chadwell, Sharon G.; 506 
Chadwell, Virginia K.; 167 
Chalin, Deborah A.; 480 
Chamber Choir; 384 
Chamberlain, Linda C; 480 
Chamberlain, Ransom C; 204, 425 
Chambers, Nicholas C; 167 
Chambers, Peggy Ann; 233 
Chandler, Peggy T.; 167 
Chaney, Sharon E.; 506 
Chaney, Wendell T.; 506 
Chanley, Jay H.; 320, 480 
Chaplin, Carl D.; 374, 480 
Chapman, Jacqueline R.; 506 
Chapman, Jeffrey L.; 167 
Chapman, Roy L.; 458 
Chapman, Stanley .W; 480 
Chariott, Ann F.; 458 
Charles, DaneK; 534 
Charlton, William H.; 480 
Charmoli, Jo Ann; 480 
Chase, Carmen G.; 410, 289, 480 
Chase, Dian; 480 
Chase, Dorann; 506 



Chase, Nina; 506 
Cheatham, Carol D.; 167 
Cheatham, Hobert L.; 480 
Cheek, Joan D.; 233 
Cheerleaders; 359 
Chelf, Billie G.; 506 
Chemistry Club; 375 
Chenault, Anna L.; 506 
Chenault, Peggy L.; 233 
Cheney, David W.; 141 
Chesler, Deborah S.; 480 
Chesney, Cheryl L.; 480 
Chesser, Diana C; 458 
Chi Omega; 406, 411 
Childers, Martha A.; 506 
Childers, Mary L.; 506 
Childers, Shirley A.; 384 
Chiles, Judith A.; 506 
Chiseck, Jean E.; 233, 254 
Chism, Brenda L.; 402, 458 
Chism, Linda L.; 402, 454, 458 
Chittum, Terry R.; 506 
Chitwood, John C; 167 
Chrisman, Barbara L.; 480 
Chrisman, Evelyn L.; 506 
Chrisman, Steven C; 480 
Christensen, Ronald C; 167, 425 
Christian, John H.; 141 
Christopher, Jane S.; 480 
Church, Donald E.; 141 
Church, Marion W.; 167 
Churchill, Brenda F.; 167 
Circle K; 353 
Ciruna; 375 
Clague, Joanne F.; 506 
Clancy, Edward F.; 204, 271, 280 
Clancy, Madeline K. B.; 280, 233 
Clark, Alan D.; 483 
Clark, Betty S.; 458 
Clark, Chip; 480 
Clark, David H.; 480 
Clark, Elizabeth A.; 480 
Clark, Harold R.; 480 
Clark, Janice L.; 506 
Clark, John R., Jr.; 360, 480 
Clark, Juanita; 168, 374 
Clark, Murray B., Jr.; 506 



Clark, Sarah J.; 506 
Clayton, John R.; 168 
Clayton, Michael A.; 383, 506 
Clemmons, Ann F.; 204 
Clevinger, Ann B.; 233. 3J9 
Clevinger, Delores J.; 506 
Clevinger, Larry B.; 458 
Click, Claudia S. H.; 383 
Click, Dana D.; 168, 289 
Click, Martha Jo; 406 
Click, Mary B.; 506 
Click, Roger O.; 383 
Clifford, Barbara A.; 506 
Clifton, Gary F.; 458 
Clifton Tresa A.; 506 
Clifton, Tresa A.; 506 
Cline, Kenneth B.; 506 
Cline, Kenneth B.; 506 
Cline, Nancy P. S.; 168 
Clingner, Robert N. ;l4l 
Clouse, Judy A.; 458 
Clover, Craig M.; 446 
Clover, Diane H. M.; 410 
Cloyd, Roberta A.; 142, 376 
Clutterbuck, Owen L.; 506 
Coalt, Daniel J.; 506 
Coane, Janet L.; 445, 458 
Coate, Christy K.; 406 
Coates, Christi; 359, 437 
Coates, David C; 204, 418, 419 
Cobb, Deborah J.; 385, 458 
Cobb, Donna C; 383, 458 
Cobb, Mildred C; 142 
Cobb, Sarah M.; 507 
Cobb, Shirley A.; 168, 364 
Coburn, Gwendolyn; 507 
Cocanougher, Elizabet; 507 
Cocanougher, Tony C; 507 
Cochran, Joseph C; 204 
Cochran, Sharon R.; 507 
Coffer, David; 284, 204, 280 
Coffey, Allen W.; 383, 507 
Coffey, Marilyn W.; 168 
Cohen, Donald M.; 383 
Coin, Carolyn F.; 507 
Coldiron, Allan D.; 374, 507 
Cole, Evelyn B.; 507 



543 



Cole, Gilliam L.; 458 
Cole, Joyce A. F.; 142 
Colehour, Grant E.; 271, 319 
Coleman, Charles C; 458 
Coleman, Donna L.; 458 
Coleman, Donna L.; 458 
Coleman, Fielding C; 309 
Coleman, James C; 507 
Coleman, Linda L.; 437 
Collett, Delores F.; 258 
Collett, Joyce L.; 507 
Colley, Melinda S.; 507 
Collins, Andreae R.; 168 
Collins, Byron L.; 458 
Collins, Diana R.; 458 
Collins, Elizabeth C; 233 
Collins, Larry J.; 204 
Collins, Margaret L.; 534 
Collin, Rennie; 507 
Collins, William B.; 168, 291 
Collins, William M.; 284, 507 
Colon, Frances Kay; 234 
Colson, Guy R.; 416, 417, 454, 458 
Colville, David E.; 507 
Colvin, Ted L.; 507 
Combs, Bonnie L.; 507 
Combs, Byron F.; 507 
Combs, Charlotte A.; 507 
Combs, Douglas G; 204 
Combs, Jerald F.; 374, 375 
Combs, Margaret D.; 204 
Combs, Paulette; 458 
Combs, Raymond B., Jr.; 204 
Combs, Ronald G; 353 
Combs, Virginia R.; 234, 402 
Comley, Garry T.; 168, 289 
Compton, David F.; 507 
Compton, James M.; 359, 507 
Concert Band; 382 
Concert Choir; 384 
Congleton, Betty A.; 507 
Congleton, Truman S.; 458 
Conley, Carol G.; 168 
Conley, Mary J.; 376 
Conn, Sherry L.; 384, 458 
Connallon, Peter F.; 234 
Connelly, Michelle L.; 458 
Conner, Larry C; 507 
Conner, Sarah J.; 507 



Connick, Wade F.; 168 

Connor, Michael'E.; 507 

Connors, Susan J.; 458 

Conrad, Craig H.; 458 

Conrad, James T; 364 

Conrad, Kathryn J.; 287, 356, 376 

Conrad, Richard M.; 204 

Conrad, Thomas E.; 422 

Conte, John A.; 205 

Conway, Robert T.; 142 

Cook, Bobby; 458 

Cook, Dorothy M.; 507 

Cook, Frederick J.; 458 

Cook, Larry W.; 507 

Cook, Linda L. G; 234 

Cook, Sondra L.; 507 

Cooksey, Daniel P.; 168, 383, 385 

Cooley, James M.; 383 

Coop, Billy J.; 205 

Cooper, Brian D.; 205, 417 

Cooper, Catherine A.; 507 

Cooper, Jeanne L.; 364 

Cooper, Kathaleen; 507 

Cooper, Rickey L.; 458 

Cooper, Robert E.; 142 

Cooper, Wayne H.; 507 

Cope, Donna M.; 507 

Copenhaver, Raymond W.; 507 

Coplin, Pamela; 406 

Coppage, Rodney Kent; 142 

Coram, Linda K; 168 

Corbett, Eunice Y.; 458 

Corbin, Robert L.; 414, 458 

Corbin, Sharon L.; 285, 234 

Corder, Twyla A.; 168, 364 

Cordes, Thomas L.; 353, 458 

Corey, Judy L.; 384 

Cornett, Colin K.; 507 

Cornett, Diana C; 357, 507 

Cornett, Janice L. L.; 142 

Cornett, Jimmie A.; 458 

Cornett, Linda F.; 507 

Cornett, Sara T.; 205 

Cornett, Sondra L.; 458 

Cornett, Stephen D.; 383, 438, 507 

Cornwell, Patricia M.; 507 

Coronado, Regina B.; 507 

Cosby, Judith R.; 507 

Costello, James N.; 234 



Cotten, Margaret B.; 507 

Cottengim, Terry F.; 417, 231 

Cottrill, John R.; 507 

Counter-Guerilla Raiders; 438 

Covington, Joanne; 410 

Covington, Sandra L.; 534 

Cowman, Michael F.; 286, 458 

Cowne, Charles T; 481 

Cox, Alice C; 374, 507 

Cox, Betty C; 481 

Cox, Charles W., Jr.; 481, 205 

Cox, Gary G; 458 

Cox, Gary L.; 507 

Cox, Irene; 507 

Cox, Javena A.; 458 

Cox, Juanita F.; 458 

Cox, Larry T.; 377, 383, 507 

Cox, Linda Sue; 356, 481 

Cox, Mary L.; 507 

Cox, Norman Robert; 373, 458 

Cox, Ralph W.; 418, 454, 458 

Cox, Roger L.; 168 

Cox, Teresa C; 507 

Coyle, John M.; 507 

Coyle, Linda R.; 481 

Crace, Winford F.; 481 

Cracraft, Carlos H.; 376 

Cracraft, Carole A.; 231, 357, 287 

Cracraft, Carole A.; 481 

Cracraft, Gerald G; 458 

Craddock, Sherri A.; 358 

Craft, Brenda K.; 507 

Craft, Doris J.; 205 

Craft, Elinda D.; 507 

Craft, James L.; 168 

Craft, Martha S. M.; 458 

Craft, Norma S.; 507 

Craig, Barbara Jean; 481 

Craig, Charles S.; 458 

Craig, Jon M.; 481 

Craig, Joyce A.; 507 

Craig, Marty A.; 507 

Craig, Phyllis L.; 507 

Crain, Charlotte F.; 507 

Cramer, Franklin L.; 360, 458 

Crane, William D.; 422 

Crawford, Dewey F.; 48>1 

Crawford, Diann K; 481 

Crawford, Geraldine; 508 



Crawford, Nancy S.; 508 

Craycraft, Kenneth L.; 425 

Creech, Byron D.; 508 

Creech, Jeffery L.; 481 

Creech, Stephan E.; 417 

Creed, Wanda J.; 482 

Creel, Paula; 437 

Creighton, Kathleen Mary; 234, 
381 

Cripe, Christine D.; 168 

Crisler, Steven P.; 482 

Crisp, Bonnie J.; 384, 482 

Crispin, Thomas L.; 508 

Criswell, Alvin J., Jr.; 417 

Critchfield, James M.; 258 

Critchfield, William; 259 

Crites, John B.; 286, 458 

Critser, Beverly K; 168 

Crittendon, Glenn; 482 

Crosby, James F.; 234 

Cross, David W.; 458 

Cross, Gordon R., Jr.; 169 

Cross, Sheridan L.; 381, 386, 508 

Crossfield, Donna F.; 508 

Crossfield, Joyce A.; 458 

Crossfield, William R.; 482 

Crotty, Thomas A.; 234, 417 

Crouch, Hazel Elaine; 482 

Crouch, Mell W., Jr.; 383, 508 

Croucher, Larry R.; 458 

Croucher, Sherrill K.; 482 

Crow, Danny D.; 383 

Crowder, Donal L.; 293 

Crowe, Carliss D.; 205, 418, 419 

Crowe, Douglas L.; 508 

Crowe, Monica I.; 458 

Crowe, Norma E.; 482 

Crowell, Gloria J.; 383, 508 

Croxton, Kevin L.; 482 

Cruey, Diana F.; 377, 437, 458 

Crum, Daniel B., Jr.; 205, 355, 
375 

Crum, George P.; 169 

Crume, James H.; 142 

Crump, Richard L.; 482 

Cruse, Jack B.; 205 

Cryer, Donna L.; 358, 359, 458 

Culbertson, James A.; 288, 417, 
448 

Cull, George D.; 508 



544 




Lunch is a welcome break for 5,000 hungry high school students during Band Day. 



Culver, Donald D.; 142 
Culver, Melanie R.; 169 
Cummins, Barry K.; 458 
Cummings, Earl C; 458 
Cummins, Jackson L.; 459 
Cummings, Jerry Wayne; 234 
Cummins, Linda O.; 482 
Cummins, Philip; 482 
Cundiff, James R.; 374, 375, 482 
Cundiff, Sandra L.; 169 
Cunningham, Stephen L.; 482 
Cupp, Berry M.; 482 
Cupp, David L.; 205, 324, 418 
Cupp, Paul V.; 259 
Cupp, Phyllis J.; 235 
Curlis, John W.; 508 
Curran, Steve C; 459 
Currie, Janet A.; 482 
Curry, Alan B.; 259 
Curry, Janet L.; 508 
Curry, Jill W.; 508 
Curry, Norita J.; 219 
Curry, Randall G.; 142 
Curtis, Beverly L.; 482 
Curtis, Connie M.; 508 
Curtis, Sharon I.; 364, 482 
Curtis, Theodore R.; 142 
Curtsinger, Margo A.; 508 
Custis, Tammie L.; 459 



Czarkowski, Thomas M.; 459 

— D— 

DAmbrosio, James P.; 459 
Dado, Larry J.; 482 
Daffron, Annette S.; 384, 508 
Daffron, Jeanie C; 508 
Dahn, Debra L.; 508 
Dailey, Wallace P.; 205 
Dakel, Mary C; 508 
Dale, Jerry W.; 205 
Dalton, Willard M.; 341 482 
Daly, Ronnie E.; 508 
Damrel, Sheila K.; 508 
Damron, Evelyn J.; 508 
Damron, Ronald D.; 482 
Dane, Roger C; 383, 459 
Daniel, James M.; 206 
Daniel, Robert; 508 
Daniel, Ronald T.; 459 
Daniel, Theodore; 459 
Daniels, Estil C; 360 
Daniels, Martha K.; 508 
Dannecker, Steven C; 320 
Dant, Michael L.; 169 
Darland, William C; 459 
Darrett, Susie; 374 
Daugherty, Douglas B.; 482 
Daugherty, Edward E.; 169 



Daugherty, Hayward M.; 235, 274, 
360, 450 

Daugherty, Patsy D.; 219, 298 

Dause, James M.; 373 

Davidson, Carol; 142, 376 

Davidson, Diane; 384 

Davidson, Leslie A.; 169, 354 

Davidson, Lucy A.; 508 

Davidson, Lynn S.; 508 

Davidson, Rebecca D.; 508 

Davies, Eugene R.; 418 

Davis, Bob A.; 169 

Davis, Bruce H.; 508 

Davis, Carl D.; 459 

Davis, Carol L.; 406 

Davis, Connie S.; 169, 366 

Davis, Delores Agnes; 235 

Davis, Harrison B.; 459 

Davis, Jerry H.; 142, 360 

Davis, Larry D.; 235, 482 

Davis, Laura B.; 169 

Davis, Linda J.; 169, 285, 405 

Davis, Loretta S.; 508 

Davis, Mike; 386 

Davis, Roy W.; 508 

Davis, Thomas P.; 333 

Davis, Wilbert D„ Jr.; 235 

Davis, William E.; 459 

Davy, Dianne M.; 292 

Davy, Paul C; 482 



Dawalt, Johnny B.; 151 

Dawkins, David L.; 459, 482 

Dawkins, Deborah L.; 235, 358, 
359, 405 

Dawkins, Peter R.; 482 

Day, Alberta G.; 206 

Day, Beatrice R.; 508 

Day, Charles B.; 459 

Day, Dennis G; 414, 415, 428 

Day, James L.; 482 

Day, Neill; 348, 416, 417, 428 

Day, Robert N.; 235 

DeBell, Evelyn R.; 508 

DeFrancesco, Daniel N.; 170 

DeJarnette, Patricia; 459 

DeLosReyes, Maria; 259 

DePew, Karen L.; 508 

DeRonde, Cherilynn S.; 508 

DeSpain, John F.; 459 

DeVore, R. William; 377 

Dean, James A.; 508 

Dean, Pamela W.; 482 

Dean, Paul E.; 169 

Dean, Stephen T.; 482 

Debate Team; 374, 372, 376 

Decker, Geneen L.; 235 

Decker, John P.; 482 

Decker, Monica M.; 406, 428, 459 

Dedman, Charles C; 206 



545 



Dedrick, Dave A.; 508 

Deeb, Michael K.; 482 

Dees, Kenny L.; 425 

Dees, Patricia A.; 508 

Dees, Penny L.; 482 

Deitemeyer, Donna L.; 508 

Dejaco, Frederick J.; 365, 482 

DelVecchio, Victoria; 508 

Delaney, Gary; 482 

Delk, Linda S.; 482 

Dell Italia, Melinda; 170 

Delong, Melvin J.; 170 

Delta Omicron; 385 

Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa 
Alpha; 292 

Delta Upsilon; 414, 415 

Demetre, Nick; 206 

Demler, James W.; 142, 299 

Dempsey, William G.; 334, 508 

Denrow, Amil D.; 508 

Denham, Harold M.; 482 

Denham, Michele B.; 356, 459 

Denham, Shelli; 410 

Denial, Deborah M.; 508 

Deniston, Janet S.; 508 

Denney, Donna R.; 482 

Denney, Larry W.; 170 

Denney, Linda C; 508 

Denney, Mary E. ; 508 

Dennis, James E.; 482 

Densmore, Lawrence; 235 

Dentler, Bonnie L.; 378 

Denton, Tina V.; 459 

Derringer, Talmadge C; 508 

Derry, Pamela L.; 482 

Detweiler, Jo A.; 482 

Devers, Gloria J.; 482 

Devine, Ralph E.; 459 

Devore, William; 142 

Dewyer, Doris; 292 

Dibble, Diana L.; 482 

Dick, Jovita R.; 358, 359, 406, 
428, 459 

Dick, Wanda Rae S.; 170 

Dicken, Craig L.; 508 

Dickey, Dann A.; 482 

Dickman, Michael J.; 508 

Dickson, Donald D.; 292, 459 

Didion, Douglas A.; 508 



Diefenbach, Jennifer; 206 

Diersing, David G.; 206 

Diersing, Paul R.; 482 

Digby, Deborah A.; 405, 459 

Dillman, Danny M.; 142, 286 

Dillon, Michael F.; 235 

Dils, Connie J.; 508 

Dimmitt, Sandra S.; 356, 482 

Dingus, Phyllis G.; 482 

Dishion, Billy R.; 508 

Ditsler, Charles S.; 508 

Divosevic, Robert J.; 206 

Dixon, Anna M.; 142 

Dixon, Larry D.; 508 

Dixon, Lynnette; 482 

Dixon, Rita L.; 50S 

Dod, Bruce D.; 170 

Dodd, Peggy M.; 374, 409, 482 

Doel, Mary A.; 170, 274, 291, 449 

Doggendorf, John N.; 482 

Doherty, William L.; 482 

Dohner, Benjamin E.; 534 

Dokes, Kim D.; 235 

Dolen, Ronnie K.; 482 

Doll, Charles A.; 142 

Doll, Gloria J.; 235 

Dominko, Robert S.; 206 

Donaldson, Barbara F.; 235 

Donnell, Barbara A.; 235 

Donta, William S.; 384 

Dooley, Conway, III; 438 

Dooley, Linda C; 508 

Doom, Byron D.; 235 

Dorman, Cindi R.; 287, 409, 428, 
442 

Dorroh, Charles L.; 500, 509 

Dorroh, Thomas L.; 320, 422 

Dorrott, Thomas L.; 482 

Dorsey, Judy C; 509 

Dorsey, Susan K.; 482 

Dotson, Dale M.; 482 

Dotson, George W., Jr.; 509 

Dotson, Michael G.; 151 

Doty, Betty S. M.; 170 

Doty, Beverly A.; 482 

Doty, Jacqueline; 170 

Doty, Max L.; 143, 377 

Douglas, Patricia A.; 96, 235, 354, 
373, 402 




And A'one, and A'two . . . 

Douglas, Rita F.; 483 
Dowling, Earl E., Jr.; 259 
Downing, Mary W.; 459 
Doyle, Edwina A.; 170, 437 
Doyle, George T.; 509 
Dozier, Carl M.; 436, 459 
Drago, Michael E.; 349 
Draper, Douglas G.; 286, 459 
Dringenburg, Cheryl D.; 509 
Dringenburg, Duane C; 459 
Driscoll, Anne M.; 509 
Droz, Douglas D.; 509 
Drummond, Michael B.; 334, 483 
Drury, Patricia; 259 
Dryden, Richard A.; 298 
Duchin, Joel B.; 235 
Duff, David A.; 459 
Duff, Jeffrey M.; 509 
Duff, Maybelle M.; 259 
Duffy, William S.; 206, 413 
Dugan, Mary A.; 509 
Dulin, Lawrence, Jr.; 438 
Dull, Rita J.; 509 
Dulworth, Betty J.; 459 



Dunaway, David A.; 459 
Dunbar, Peggy J.; 483 
Duncan, Gary W.; 483 
Duncan, Larry A.; 483 
Duncan, Micheal L.; 483 
Duncan, Phillip R.; 509 
Dunkle, Richard L.; 271, 298 
Dunlap, Lana D.; 235 
Dunlap, Randall E.; 459 
Dunn, Beverly A.; 509 
Dunn, Charlotte M.; 483 
Dunn, Delores; 459 
Dunn, Rex; 509 
Dunn, Rodney K.; 509 
Dunn, William C; 425 
Dunn, William R.; 483 
Dunnett, James C; 459 
Dunsil, Kathy A.; 509 
Durham, Faye; 170 
Durham, James M.; 509 
Durham, Janice L.; 509 
Durisin, Timothy G.; 459 
Durrett, Douglas T.; 509 



546 



Durrett, Emily S.; 509 
Dutton, Kenneth L.; 170 
Duvall, Patricia A.; 509 
Dwelley, William E.; 418, 476 
Dwelly, Judy K.; 483 
Dwyer, Doris D.; 459 
Dye, Claude W.; 509 
Dyehouse, Judy A.; 509 
Dyehouse, Kitty B.; 445, 509 
Dykes, Sally B.; 509 

— E— 

Eads, Charles M.; 236, 418 

Easter, Ronnie L.; 459 

Eastham, Toni J.; 409, 482, 348 

Eastup, Philip; 293 

Eaton, Sandra L.; 459 

Eckert, Margaret A.; 483 

Eckler, Charles M.; 309 

Eckman, David A.; 236 

Eddins, Thomas C; 459 

Eden, Gary R.; 483 

Eden, Harold D.; 459 

Eden, Rebecca J.; 236 

Eden, Ronald W.; 483 

Edington, Emma J.; 376, 509 

Edmondson, Jo E.; 236, 386 

Edwards, Carl D.; 509 

Edwards, Debora A.; 459 

Edwards, Frank W., Jr.; 509 

Edwards, Joe M.; 288, 444, 459 

Edwards, Karen L.; 483 

Edwards, Mary M.; 358, 509 

Edwards, Wallace; 509 

Egan, Robert M.; 413, 460 

Egerton, Hardin M.; 509 

Ehrenberg, Nancy L.; 170, 354, 
404, 405 

Ehret, David W.; 426, 460 

Ehrman, Sue C; 386, 509 

Eisele, Christine; 170 

Ekle, Robert E.; 509 

Elam, James R.; 349, 509 

Elam, Jerry R.; 349, 509 

Elble, Ronald E.; 324, 483 

Eldredge, Donna L.; 509 

Elias, Bruce R.; 421, 460 

Elkin, James A.; 206 

Elkin, Linda R.; 236, 402 



Elkins, Elizabeth A.; 236 

Elliott, Genevieve; 460 

Elliott, Karen A.; 170 

Elliott, Ronnie D.; 143 

Ellis, Jess L.; 509 

Ellis, Peggy R.; 460 

Ellis, Sharon L.; 483 

Ellis, Susan C; 357, 376, 483 

Elmer, Rosemary E.; 509 

Elovitz, Mary R.; 460 

Elza, Charles E.; 309, 483 

Elza, Doris J.; 236 

Emerson, Doretha G.; 483 

Emerson, Steven D.; 383, 509 

Emory, Derald E.; 460 

Emsuer, James L.; 236 

Emsure, Jack; 324, 360, 377, 414 

Endres, Deborah E.; 509 

Engel, Carolyn E.; 358, 365, 460 

England, Anthony W.; 170, 383, 
384, 385 

England, Dennis H.; 460 

England, Larry L.; 509 

England, William M.; 386, 509 

Engle, Oral D.; 236 

Enlow, Linda S.; 509 

Enos, Carla M.; 534 

Epling, Virginia C; 460 

Erbaugh, Glennda C; 170 

Erp, Judy C; 206 

Escobar, Luis F.; 324 

Espinosa, Joseph; 509 

Estep, Billy J.; 460 

Estep, Ronnie W.; 509 

Estepp, Belinda K.; 357, 376, 509 

Estepp, Dale L.; 236, 414 

Estepp, Phillip E.; 259 

Estes, Ralph E.; 143 

Estes, Sara G.; 483 

Estridge, Nancy L.; 460 

Evans, Anna L.; 460 

Evans, Butch; 298, 360, 421 

Evans, Donald B.; 299 

Evans, James A.; 482 

Evans, James H., Jr.; 409 

Evans, Katherine E.; 509 

Evans, Linda S.; 483 

Evans, Mary E. F.; 170 

Evans, Sharon S.; 236 



Evans, Tenoeda O.; 509 
Ewers, Rebecca A.; 236 
Ewing, Donna S.; 509 
Ewing, William R.; 509 
Eyre, Edward E.; 383 

— F— 

Faesenmeier, Susan K; 482 
Fahrney, Janice E.; 509 
Fairbanks, Patricia A.; 289, 509 
Falk, Marianne E.; 288, 450, 482 
Fallis, Howard M.; 171, 356 
Fannin, Danny R.; 483 
Fant, Debra E.; 509 
Faramarz, Alavi; 229 
Fardo, Steve W.; 143, 268, 287 
Farley, Curtis M.; 171 
Farmer, Diane A.; 236, 373 
Farmer, F. Keith; 509 
Farmer, Garland R.; 483 
Farmer, James D.; 206 
Farmer, Janet L.; 509 
Farmer, John D.; 482 
Farmer, Joseph T.; 483 
Farmer, Larry D.; 287, 483 
Farmer, Sharon L.; 236 
Farrell, William V.; 436, 438, 460 
Farris, Esther E.; 376, 483 
Farris, Wilma S.; 509 
Farthing, Brenda S.; 510 
Faulconer, Chas. A.; 510 
Faulkner, Deborah A.; 510 
Faulkner, Harvey K; 206 
Faulkner, Jane C; 143 
Faulkner, Phyllis A.; 375, 510 
Faulkner, Sharon M.; 460 
Faulkner, Sherry A.; 287, 483 
Fawley, Martha J.; 510 
Feagans, Myra G; 534 
Feddersen, Jeri R.; 359 
Federbush, Susan K.; 483 
Feldman, F. Adrian; 483 
Feltner, Josephine; 460 
Feltner, Sandra L.; 483 
Feltner, William E.; 413, 460 
Felty, Bobbie G.; 171 
Ferguson, James C; 171 
Ferguson, Ronald W.; 460 



Ferguson, Stephen M.; 171 

Ferrell, Cathy C; 510 

Ferrell, Donna B.; 236 

Ferrell, Eva S.; 373, 510 

Ferriell, Charles D.; 236 

Fessler, Frank J.; 510 

Fetter, Susan C; 377, 378, 460 

Fey, A. M.; 287, 289, 484 

Fields, Arthur D., Jr.; 484 

Fields, Elizabeth C; 236 

Fields, Gerald K; 460 

Fields, Judy K. A.; 236 

Fields, Larry S.; 287, 374, 375, 484 

Fields, Lonnie L.; 383, 385, 171 

Figgins, Linda L.; 143, 381 

Fineisen, Barbara P. H.; 237 

Fineisen, Charles R.; 171 

Finley, Rose G.; 510 

Finn, Foster B.; 510 

Finzer, Ann D.; 171 

Fischer, Bertie S.; 510 

Fischer, Diane L.; 358, 460 

Fischer, Ella R.; 460 

Fischer, Ellen F.; 376 

Fischer, Mark; 413, 460 

Fisher, Crittenden M.; 510 

Fisher, Diane; 359, 410 

Fisher, Donna J.; 484 

Fisher, Janice D.; 484 

Fisk, Michael L.; 383, 385, 460 

Fisk, Rodney D.; 484 

Fisk, Steve A.; 510 

Fitch, James A.; 377, 237 

Fitch, Thelma C; 143 

Fitzgerald, Gloria J.; 237 

Fitzgerald, Linda D.; 484 

Fitzgerald, Marvin C; 460 

Fitzpatrick, David A.; 421, 460 

Fitzpatrick, James A.; 171 

Fitzpatrick, Nancy L.; 484 

Fitzpatrick, Russell; 510 

Flaherty, Sharon L.; 460 

Flanary, Lowell D.; 237, 298, 360 

Flannery, Elizabeth L.; 510 

Flannery, Michael L.; 510 

Fleckiger, Thelma F.; 460 

Fleenor, Linda C; 171 
Fleischman, Hugo R.; 206 
Fleming, Frank A.; 484 



547 



Fleming, Linda A.; 364, 510 

Fletcher, Cathy L.; 378 

Flint, Christine A.; 381, 510 

Flint, Frank F.; 418 

Flook, Louisa A.; 98, 384, 402, 
437, 484 

Florence, Diana L. F.; 171 

Florence, Gary W.; 484 

Florence, Rita S.; 510 

Florence. Terry L.; 206, 437 

Flowers, James L.; 460 

Flowers, Marilyn B.; 460 

Fogarty, Michell E. E.; 484 

Foill, Cassandra S.; 237 

Foley, Sonja; 381, 510 

Follmer, Jim J.; 460 

Ford, Judith E.; 510 

Fookes, Gary E.; 460 

Forman, Lanny A.; 289, 384, 484 

Fornash, Beverly D.; 510 

Forsythe, James M.; 460 

Forsythe, Stanley L.; 383 

Former, David W.; 510 

Fortner, Ila G; 484 

Fosdick, Tim L.; 460 

Foster, James M., Jr.; 484 

Foster, James P.; 374 

Foster, Juanita G.; 460 

Foust, Donna L.; 460 

Foust, Susan C; 510 

Foutz, Diana L.; 484 

Foutz, Julie E.; 510 

Fowler, Cynthia J.; 484 

Fox, Robert M.; 510 

Foxworthy, Linda S.; 510 

Fralix, Sarah E.; 510 

Francis, Larry E.; 206 

Franciscus, Eugene; 418 

Frank, Clarence L.; 510 

Frank, Skip; 383, 484 

Frankenberger, James; 460 

Franklin, Gary R.; 364, 460 

Frasher, Donna R.; 409, 428, 484 

Frasure, Elmer; 171, 293 

Frasure, Euggle; 484 

Frazier, Billy J.; 356, 510 

Frazier, Carolyn S.; 484 

Frederich, Harry D.; 510 

Frederick, Pamela L.; 484 



Freeman, Cynthia A.; 171 

Freeman, Diana L.; 510 

Freeman, James W.; 510 

Freeman, Mary E.; 510 

Freeman, Nancy J.; 383, 510 

Freeman, Nolen W.; 383 

Freeman, Thomas E.; 206 

French, Larry R.; 510 

French, Michael W.; 484 

French, Patricia N.; 219 

French, Robert E.; 460 

Frey, Karl J.; 206, 358 

Frey, William V.; 460 

Freytag, Saadra K.; 510 

Fricker, Robert W.; 510 

Fried, Joan Y.; 510 

Friedhoff, Marsha D.; 237, 281, 
378 

Frith, Kenneth A.; 484 

Fritz, Nancy J.; 484 

Fritz, Nanette J.; 510 

Froebe, Charles F.; 377, 418, 237 

Froman, Michael K.; 438 

Frost, Bonnie M.; 510 

Frost, Jack D.; 445 

Frost, Pamela L.; 287, 484 

Frye, Paul E.; 151 

Frye, Sandra J.; 460 

Frykholm, Vernon L., Jr.; 534 

Fryman, Rebecca J.; 290, 291, 460 

Fryman, Sandra F.; 374, 460 

Fryman, Susan W.; 484 

Fugate, Donna C; 484 

Fugate, Douglas; 460 

Fugate, Glen M.; 460 

Fugate, Kay; 484 

Fugate, Nyoka K.; 237 

Fugate, Paul; 171, 292 

Fugate, Robert J.; 237 

Fugate, William; 207 

Fullenwider, Diane P.; 460 

Fullenwider, Edgar W.; 484 

Fuller, Marilyn R.; 484 

Fulmer, Kenneth D.; 460 

Fulton, Donna G.; 460 

Fultz, Danny L.; 510 

Funk, Leslie A.; 359, 406, 421, 460 

Furnish, Kenneth N.; 207 

Fuson, Charlotte M.; 207, 290, 291 



— G— 

Gabbard, Roy D.; 460 

Gabby, Jo Ann; 484 

Gabhart, James W.; 219 

Gaffney, Brenda R.; 364, 484 

Gagel, Charles W.; 460 

Gagel, Sidney L.; 460 

Gahris, Cynthia R.; 511 

Gajewski, Lorrie L.; 511 

Gallenstein, Mary S.; 460 

Galloway, Gerald L.; 460 

Gano, James L.; 171, 292, 448 

Gantt, Deborah L.; 484 

Ganyard, Diane L.; 384, 511 

Gardner, Deborah D.; 237 

Gardner, Duane C; 171 

Garey, Robert W.; 484 

Garges, Beckett L.; 511 

Garland, Larry A.; 484 

Garland, Martha; 171, 269, 281, 
288, 410 

Garland, Susan M.; 511 

Garling, Anne S.; 237 

Garner, Virginia L.; 171, 282, 285, 
374 

Garnett, Deborah L.; 484, 511 

Garr, Jacqueline; 511 

Garrett, Edith C; 511 

Garrett, Norvetta L.; 511 

Garrett, Phyllis J.; 511 

Garrett, Sharon F.; 460 

Garrett, Stephen E.; 461 

Garrett, Walter M.; 511 

Garrison, Gary W.; 461 

Garrison, Glenna F.; 511 

Garrison, Joyce A.; 461 

Garrison, Lynn; 172 

Gash, RoyD.; 207 

Gaskins, Diane J.; 511 

Gates, Lynda J.; 383, 406, 461 

Gattis, Margaret C; 484 

Gauch, Jane E.; 511 

Gay, Bertram D.; 461 

Geary, Linda C; 237 

Gebhart, Michael J.; 417, 428 

Gebuis, Helen T.; 172, 381 

Gehron, Fred R.; 511 

Geiger, William H.; 259 



Gelke, Mark L.; 484 

Genton, Larry M.; 360, 461 

Genton, William E.; 461 

George, David S.; 172 

George, Randall L.; 237 

George, Rebecca; 408, 409, 484 

Gephart, Douglas D.; 461 

Gerace, Michael E.; 383, 385, 461 

Gerth, Richard W.; 484 

Geyer, Jerome A.; 207 

Giancola, Jerome E.; 461 

Gibbons, Gary W.; 511 

Gibbs, Harry R.; 298, 334, 461 

Gibson, James C; 461 

Gibson, Mary B.; 511 

Gibson, Michael E.; 511 

Gibson, Naomi S.; 364, 511 

Gibson, Vance M.; 484 

Gieszl, Robert E.; 360 

Gilbert, Billie J.; 511 

Gilbert, Cebert; 461 

Gilbert, Dale W.; 320, 511 

Gilbert, James L.; 484 

Gilbert, James T.; 172 

Gilbert, Jerald G; 143, 386, 461 

Gill, Gerald L.; 237 

Gill, Kenneth R.; 324 

Gillespie, Pamela G; 511 

Gilliam, Doris F.; 484 

Gillis, James D.; 207 

Gillis, Sue B.; 237 

Gillispie, Pamela G.; 383 

Gilmet, Gary B.; 484 

Gilmore, Gwen S.; 511 

Gilmore, Nancy L.; 237 

Gilvin, Howard E.; 484 

Gindele, Nancy L.; 151 

Gingery, Pride J.; 511 

Ginter, Shelia E.; 511 

Girten, Murrel L.; 484 

Girth, Rick; 366 

Githerman, Larry W.; 436, 511 

Givan, Richard E.; 461 

Givin, Robert J.; 143, 271, 349, 
437 

Glass, Gary F.; 461 

Glass, Gloria F.; 511 

Glass, Larry A.; 143 

Glass, Linda S.; 461 



548 



Glasscock, Marsha J.; 461 
Gleich, Patricia K.; 484 
Glier, Daniel W.; 484 
Glovitz, Mary; 384 
Goatley, David M.; 484 
Goble, Robert S.; 484 
Goble, Shirley A.; 461 
Goble, Victor M.; 484 
Godbey, Jerry W.; 207, 309 
Godhey, Jerry; 360 
Godoy, Jose A.; 511 
Godsey, James D.; 172 
Goebel, Terrence W.; 383, 511 
Goebel, William M.; 324 
Goedeking, Thomas J.; 421 
Goff, Brenda S.; 484 
Goff, Dee; 386 
Goggin, Barbara A.; 357, 484 
Goins, Gary L.; 172 
Goins, Patricia A.; 287, 484 
Goins, Paula J.; 384, 485 
Gold, Barbara A.; 485 
Golden, Robert G.; 534 
Golden, Thomas H.; 172, 383 

Goldey, Patricia M.; 461 
Goldin, Robert D.; 534 

Goldschmidt, Eugene A.; 485 
Goldston, Phillip L.; 172 

Goldston, Price S.; 461 

Golf, Dee; 408, 409 

Golightly, Donald D.; 237, 422 

Gonterman, Rebecca K.; 511 

Gooch, Carolyn A.; 461 

Gooch, Judy L.; 511 

Good, Cheryl K.; 511 

Good, Jack; 172, 330 

Good, Max H.; 237 

Goodan, Gary D .; 207, 420, 421 

Goode, Darrell R.; 511 

Goode, Harold L.; 360 

Goode, Jeffrey L.; 485 

Gooden, Gail; 511 

Goodlett, Gary; 511 

Goodlett, Robert D.; 353 

Goodlette, John D.; 534 

Goodman, Lacy M.; 511 

Goodnight, Carolyn K.; 461 

Goodrich, Alice I. C; 485 

Goodrich, Allan H., Jr.; 143 



Gooley, Warren A.; 238 

Goolman, Sharon K.; 485 

Gibson, Roy E.; 207, 486 

Gorgone, Kathleen A.; 238 

Gordon, Brenda J.; 172 

Gordon, Nancy L.; 511 

Gorley, Regina K.; 172 

Gorman, Arthur L.; 172 

Gormley, Vicki L.; 485 

Gorsuch, Donna L.; 485 

Goshorn, Rebecca R.; 376, 511 

Gossom, Mike L.; 207 

Gossom, Terry D.; 287, 485 

Gough, Carl K.; 461 

Gould, Phyllis J.; 461 

Gould, Priscilla B.; 485 

Gover, Cecil G.; 511 

Govitz, Mary, 373 

Gozzin, Barbara; 376 

Grabill, Howard R.; 207 

Graff, Frances J.; 384 

Graham, Bobbie L.; 485 

Grant, Gary L.; 461 

Grant, Gayle A.; 386, 511 

Grant, Joseph F.; 333, 377, 461 

Graves, Frances L.; 485 

Graves, John M.; 381, 445, 447, 
485 

Graves, Nancy K.; 383, 385, 485 

Graves, Ora M.; 485 

Gravil, Deborah A.; 511 

Gray, Geneva; 511 

Gray, Harold S.; 461 

Gray, Joyce A.; 511 

Gray, Kenneth E.; 461 

Gray, Marietta; 461 

Gray, Mary O.; 485 

Gray, Rosemary; 485 

Gray, Susie R.; 259 

Gray, Tevis P.; 511 

Greathouse, Leonard F.; 485 

Green, Christine L.; 357, 376, 485 

Green, Darrell F.; 485 

Green, Gordon E.; 511 

Green, Jimmy E.; 259 

Green, Kenneth E.; 485 

Green, Marilyn E.; 239 

Green, Ray L.; 143 

Green, Robert S.; 461 



Green, Rodney L.; 383, 511 
Green, Sara L.; 511 
Green, Teresa L.; 511 
Green, Theodore C; 298, 461 
Green, William H.; 207 
Greene, JaNelle; 461 
Greenfield, Rochester; 309, 485 
Greenlee, Timothy B.; 511 
Greer, Betty J.; 485 
Greer, Gary L.; 485 
Greer, Ronnie W.; 511 
Gregg, James P.; 144, 330 
Gregg, Robert E., Jr.; 172 
Gregg, Virginia L. M.; 172 
Gregory, Anne; 383, 511 
Gregory, Glenn C; 511 
Gregory, Martin W.; 461 
Grey, Tevis; 320 
Grider, Billy F.; 511 
Gridley, Edward W.; 461 
Grieme, Richard D.; 485 
Griffin, Charles M.; 511 
Griffin, Ellen R.; 461 
Griffin, Gregory M.; 511 
Griffin, Jackie; 511 
Griffin, Linda G; 485 
Griffin, Robert L.; 485 
Griffin, Sondra L.; 238 
Griffith, Charity; 238 
Griffiths, Sara R.; 512 
Griggs, Virginia F.; 461 
Grigsby, James L.; 485 
Grim, Jon M.; 208, 291 
Grimme, Randal G; 512 
Griner, Larry R.; 461 
Grisier, Phyllis A.; 384, 485 
Grisso, Dean F.; 421 
Gritton, Glen A.; 485 
Gritton, Mark T.; 286, 461 
Gritton, Phyllis J.; 461 
Groger, Randall K.; 208 
Grose, Patricia L.; 383 
Gross, Brenda S.; 485 
Gross, Diana E.; 461 
Gross, James L.; 172, 425 
Gross, Janice L.*, 512 
Gross, Jimmy W.; 424, 512 
Gross, Lydia J.; 238, 377 
Gross, Patsy L.; 447 



Gross, Robert A.; 144, 377 
Grove, Debra K.; 376, 512 
Grover, Jane R.; 485 
Groves, Michael L.; 461 
Gruelle, Terry V.; 374, 462 
Gude, Cheri L; 512 
Guerin, Pat; 333 
Gugel, Terry L.; 512 
Guice, James C; 299 
Guilfoyle, John J.; 208 
Guillion, Patty J.; 485 
Guinn, Betty L.; 144 
Gulick, David A.; 512 
Gundlach, Judy C; 512 
Gunselman, Danny L.; 512 
Gupton, Larry T.; 208 
Gupton, Mary J.; 285 
Gutknecht, Ellen G; 462 
Gwynn, Hugh B.; 512 
Gymnastics Club; 386 
Gysin, Cynthia W.; 462 

— H— 

Haap, Deborah A.; 512 

Haas, Marilyn K; 485 

Haas, Susan K.; 377, 512 

Habekost, Judith A.; 462 

Hack, Michael T.; 485 

Hacker, Carol J.; 238 

Hacker, Lana R.; 172 

Hacker, Louise; 172 

Hacker, Rebecca A.; 462 

Hacker, Samuel G; 238 

Hackman, Gregory L.; 512 

Haddix, Rodney D.; 374 

Hagadorn, Gary H.; 238 

Hagan, Ann R.; 512 

Hagood, Lacy E.; 320, 360 

Haines, John A.; 485 

Halbert, Stephen D.; 172 

Halcomb, Jane F.; 462 

Halcomb, Margie A.; 290, 364, 462 

Halcomb, Winston C, H; 374, 484 

Halderman, Steve D .; 512 

Hale, Bruce A.; 173 

Hale, Christine; 512 

Hale, Jane E .; 512 

Hale, Pauletta; 512 



549 



Hale, Ronnia; 485 

Hale, Ward B.; 309, 462 

Haley, Deidri; 485 

Hall of Fame; 266 

Hall, Anna G.; 144 

Hall, Benjamin F.; 485 

Hall, Charles R.; 173 

Hall, Dale C; 512 

Hall, Debbie L.; 219 

Hall, Delbert R.; 512 

Hall, Elizabeth A.; 374, 485 

Hall, Freida L.; 462 

Hall, Jimmy R.; 238 

Hall, Judith A.; 173, 289, 437 

Hall, Margaret O.; 238 

Hall, Margie A.; 486 

Hall, Michael D.; 512 

Hall, Nancy; 208 

Hall, Patricia A.; 486 

Hall, Robert B.; 512 

Hall, Roberts.; 512 

Hall, Sherrel K.; 512 

Hall, Sherry J.; 462 

Hall, Sue; 238, 377 

Hall, Teresa K.; 173 

Hall, Teresia A.; 462 

Hall, Tommy; 512 

Hall, Tommy D.; 238 

Hall, William J.; 365, 462 

Halter, Jack R.; 512 

Hamilton, Charles H.; 462 

Hamilton, Charles M.; 512 

Hamilton, Daniel N.; 462 

Hamilton, Danny D.; 512 

Hamilton, Finley R.; 289, 383, 385, 
462 

Hamilton, Greta K.; 173 

Hamilton, Janet K. T.; 238 

Hamilton, Karen P.; 486 

Hamilton, Linda A.; 512 

Hamilton, Michael R.; 374, 486 

Hamilton, Roger A.; 512 

Hamilton, Virginia G; 512 

Hamm, Connie N.; 173 

Hamm, Patricia E.; 512 

Hammond, Carol J.; 378, 462 

Hammond, Zola A.; 378, 462 

Hammonds, Gary R.; 512 

Hammons, Chester A.; 486 



Hammons, Paula L.; 462 

Hammons, Sarah L.; 287, 288, 381, 
486 

Hampton, George E.; 208 

Hampton, Kenneth E.; 486 

Hampton, Mary J.; 238, 404, 405 

Hampton, Maurita A.; 220, 287, 
291 

Hampton, Patsy P.; 462 

Hampton, Paul D.; 299 

Hampton, Ricky T.; 512 

Hancock, Alvin C, Jr.; 144 

Hancock, Herbert M.; 462 

Hancock, Randall P.; 512 

Handman, James A.; 462 

Haney, Connie A.; 358, 359, 512 

Haney, Mary A.; 512 

Haney, Thomas M.; 173 

Hanger, Charles R.; 512 

Hanger, John R.; 512 

Hanger, Raymond E.; 462 

Hankins, Linda R.; 462 

Hanna, Sharon A.; 486 

Hannah, Harry A., Jr.; 144, 425 

Hanrahan, George B., Jr.; 512 

Hansborough, Virginia; 486 

Hanson, Judith A.; 358, 512 

Harber, Hubert E., Jr.; 462 

Harbin, Stephen E.; 486 

Hardesty, Mark J.; 512 

Hardesty, Thomas L.; 512 

Hardin, Robert L.; 512 

Hardin, Sandra L.; 173 

Hardin, Sheldon; 238 

Hardy, Charles E.; 462 

Hardy, Cheryl L.; 462 

Hardy, Susan K.; 512 

Hare, Edward J.; 309, 462 

Hargrove, Robert B.; 238 

Harkins, Melissa J.; 386 

Harlan, Wendell H.; 512 

Harlow, Clarence K.; 446, 486 

Harmon, Billie S.; 238, 285, 287, 

373 

Harmon, Douglas E.; 208 
Harmon, Jackie E. W.; 144 
Harmon, Pamela S.; 383, 385, 462 
Harmon, Peggy A.; 383, 512 
Harmon, Terri G. L.; 512 
Harney, Brenda A.; 462 



Harney, Ronnie N.; 512 
Harrell, Michael W.; 289 
Harriek, Katy L.; 486 
Harrington, James L.; 173 
Harrington, Lee Ann; 512 
Harris, Amy L.; 512 
Harris, Charlinda A.; 512 
Harris, Clara J.; 512 
Harris, Danny; 462 
Harris, Danny P.; 383 
Harris, Douglas C; 425 
Harris, Frances G; 486 
Harris, Glenda H.; 357, 486 
Harris, Lauretta J.; 486 
Harris, Robert J.; 377 
Harris, Thomas W.; 512 
Harrison, Barbara J.; 386, 512 
Harrison, Edith F.; 486 
Harrison, Henry C; 174 
Harrison, Larry K.; 462 
Harrison, Lawrence R.; 486 
Harrison, Paula J.; 462 
Harrison, Robert J.; 462 
Harrison, Ronnie N.; 208 
Harrison, Timothy R.; 513 
Harrod, John R.; 144 
Hart, JoAnn; 208 
Hart, Julie A.; 462 
Hart, Robert F., Jr.; 208 
Hartley, Joyce A.; 513 
Hartman, Barbara L.; 239 
Hartman, Barry L.; 259 
Harvey, Paul D.; 375, 486 
Haney, Robert D.; 486 
Harvey, Thomas C; 144 
Harville, Hiram L.; 208 
Hasekoester, Penelope; 381, 513 
Hash, Phillip L.; 513 
Haslinger, Diane M.; 365, 513 
Hassan, Frank M.; 462 
Hassan, John W., Jr.; 208 
Hasson, Dennis P.; 144 
Hatcher, Phillip L; 462 
Hatfield, Bertie D.; 486 
Hatfield, Guy; 513 
Hathaway, George R.; 349, 513 
Hatterick, Walter W.; 462 
Hatton, Thomas L.; 513 
Hauschildt, Loraine C; 462 



Haverkos, Nicholas L.; 513 
Hawkins, Judy S.; 239 
Hawkins, Nelda A.; 239 
Hawkins, Sharon D.; 486, 513 
Hawkins, Teresa A.; 513 
Hawks, Linda S.; 239 
Hay, Lawrence P.; 421, 462 
Hay, Paul B.; 462 
Hayden, Rose M.; 462 
Hayes, Charles C, Jr.; 174 
Hayes, David M.; 384, 385, 462 
Hayes, Nancy L.; 513 
Hayes, Roberta L.; 486 
Haynes, Charles M.; 174 
Haynes, Thomas L.; 462 
Hays, Cecil D.; 486 
Hays, Judy C; 513 
Hays, Linda P.; 239 
Hays, Nancy J.; 513 
Hays, Ray G.; 174 
Hays, Randle; 438 
Hays, Teddy L.; 373 
Hayse, Shirley L.; 174, 285, 402 
Head, Randy R.; 513 
Hearn, Michael C; 174 
Heaton, Edward R.; 486 
Hedrick, Marcellyn G.; 486 
Heekin, Virginia R.; 513 
Heffron, Barbara A.; 513 
Hegner, Nita J.; 486 
Heid, Karen L.; 486 
Heilman, Linda K.; 486 
Heilman, Robert O.; 144 
Heinz, Deborah K.; 386, 513 
Hek, Ben L.; 414, 462 
Hellard, JoAnn; 174 
Hellard, Verla M.; 513 
Helm, James H., Jr.; 144 
Helm, Teresa L. G; 145 
Helms, Caryn E.; 513 
Helton, Fay R.; 513 
Helton, Scottye N.; 376, 486 
Heltsberry, T; 383 
Hemming, Robert J.; 462 
Hempel, Daniel R.; 287, 486 
Hempfling, Yvonne S.; 513 
Henchey, Mary K.; 513 
Henderson, Brenda S.; 513 
Henderson, Cathy D.; 376, 381 



550 



Henderson, Donald L.; 208 
Henderson, Donita F.; 513 
Henderson, Karen; 287, 376 
Henderson, Michael R.; 513 
Henderson, Nita K.; 486 
Henderson, Patricia A.; 513 
Henderson, Sarah B.; 513 
Henderson, Terry L.; 513 
Hendren, Hubert F.; 438 
Hendren, Linda S.; 364, 486 
Hendricks, Leslie K.; 462 
Hendricks, Micheal J.; 208 
Hendricks, Paula G.; 513 
Hendrix, Martha K.; 378, 46 
Hennessey, Jan L.; 437, 513 
Hennies, Betty A.; 513 
Henricks, Edward M.; 486 
Henrickson, Janice I.; 486 
Hensley, Connie D.; 383 
Hensley, Glenda J.; 145 
Hensley, Janice E.; 513 
Hensley, Linda L.; 389 
Hensley, Mary B.; 462 
Hensley, Michael W.; 386, 462 



Hensley, Paul D.; 208 
Hensley, Phyllis K.; 513 
Henlsey, Verna C; 239, 364, 373 
Herald, Adele L.; 376, 513 
Hern, Jane M.; 406, 513 
Hern, Timothy N.; 462 
Herndon, Janice E.; 359, 462 
Herr, Tira A.; 239 
Herweh, Judith M.; 174 
Hesler, Carolyn J.; 239, 373 
Hess, Carol S.; 219 
Hess, Cassandra L.; 513 
Hess, Lenore K.; 174 
Hess, Robert L., Jr.; 513 
Hester, Chancellor L.; 513 
Hester, Ronald G.; 208 
Heth, Wanda K.; 208 
Hewetson, Albert D.; 462 
Hewitt, Nancy E.; 462 
Hibbard, June; 513 
Hibberd, Brenda K.; 513 
Hickerson, Edna M.; 383, 513 
Hickman, Sandra K.; 513 
Hickman, William, III; 513 



Hicks, James E.; 513 

Hicks, Patricia E.; 239 

Hicks, Steven E.; 513 

Hiep, Doug; 381 

Hicky, Mike E.; 174 

Higdon, Debra A.; 513 

Higgins, Gregory C; 513 

Higgins, Suzanne M.; 500, 513 

Higgs, Terry L.; 220, 381 

Hileman, Richard L.; 462 

Hill, Carolyn J.; 174, 278, 285, 
287, 354 

Hill, Daniel L.; 208, 364, 418 

Hill, Diane K.; 513 

Hill, James D.; 374, 513 

Hill, James L.; 487 

Hill, John E.; 513 

Hill, Larry D.; 239 

Hill, Nancy; 174, 270, 276, 287, 
290 

Hill, Raymond; 513 

Hill, Rosemary; 487 

Hill, Russell W.; 513 

Hill, Samuel W.; 425, 435, 487 

Hill, Sharon K.; 513 




Even during the excitement of a homecoming parade, time is taken for a snapshot to be sent home. 



Hill, Susan M.; 513 

Hill, Vickie L.; 514 

Hiller, Ralph M.; 462 

Hils, William F.; 438, 487 

Hilton, Dudley R.; 514 

Hines, Carmel; 514 

Hines, Gayle J.; 291, 462 

Hines, Philip R.; 514 

Hines, Susan D.; 514 

Hinger, Sandra S.; 287, 378, 442, 
463 

Hinkle, Linda S.; 514 

Hinkle, Terry L.; 377, 378 

Hinkley, Connie D.; 514 

Hinton, Joseph M.; 534 

Hinton, Michael R.; 209 

Hitch, Larry W.; 463 

Hoagland, John B.; 175 

Hobbs, Lawrence A.; 209 

Hobbs, Sarah E.; 383, 514 

Hobbs, Tony E„ Jr.; 487 

Hodge, John R.; 487 

Hodge, Patricia A.; 514 

Hodges, Carolyn J.; 514, 384 

Hodges, Cheryl J.; 175, 384, 437 

Hodges, Linda L.; 259 

Hoefker, Jill M.; 514 

Hoeweler, Kathleen A.; 514, 376 

Hoffman, Karen E.; 209 

Hoffman, Kenneth J.; 514 

Hoffman, Merry; 359, 463 

Hoffman, Michael J.; 463 

Hoffman, Robert E. II; 514 

Hofmann, Dorothy M.; 239 

Hogan, Richard T.; 463 

Hogg, Yvonne M.; 376, 463 

Hogue, Denny C; 209 

Holbrook, Barbara D.; 209 

Holbrook, Carl D.; 487 

Holbrook, Edith F.; 259 

Holbrook, Gary L.; 309 

Holbrook, Gwendolyn; 384 

Holbrook, Margaret S.; 239 

Holbrook, Remus D.; 514 

Holbrook, Richard K.; 514 

Holcomb, Deborah P.; 386, 514 

Holder, Barbara G; 487 

Holder, Charles M.; 514 

Holder, Gail; 175, 364 



551 



Holiday, Doug; 353 

Holihan, Ronald J.; 320, 514 

Holladay, Sandra L.W.; 209, 283, 
290 

Holladay, Thomas N.; 145 

Hollan, Gary D.; 514 

Hollan, Judith K. P.; 463 

Hollan, Julia A.; 463 

Hollan, Phyllis J.; 241, 354 

Holland, Charles F.; 175 

Holland, Donna L.; 514 

Holland, Janice E.; 354, 463 

Holland, Lenard A.; 514 

Holland, Mary A.; 487 

Hollar, Carl E.; 209 

Hollar, Charles D.; 463 

Holliday, Charles E.; 514 

Hollon, Patricia A.; 487 

Hollon, Rosemary; 209 

Holman, Judy L.; 514 

Holt, Idella E.; 384, 487 

Holt, Janeria E.; 514 

Holtsberry, G. Trenton; 385, 463, 
383 

Holtzdaw, Emmitt B.; 514 

Home Economics Club; 374, 376 

Honeycutt, Randall J.; 487 

Hoover, Gwendolyn; 514 

Hoover, Martin C; 145 

Hoover, Mendol R.; 209 

Hoover, Vicki L.; 514 

Hope, George L.; 487 

Hopkins, Jerry B.; 259 

Hopkins, Joanetta; 384, 514 

Hopkins, Lawrence L.; 364, 487 

Hopkins, Lisabeth J.; 463, 384 

Hopkins, Rebecca L.; 487 

Hopmann, Donna L.; 175 

Horn, Donna G.; 514 

Horn, Sandra K.; 463 

Horn, Tobie A.; 376, 357, 487 

Hornsby, Cathy D .; 381, 514 

Hornsby, Marilyn A. R.; 534 

Hornsby, Robert W.; 463, 487 

Hornsby, Theodore; 145 

Horrar, Karen J.; 209 

Horrar, Nancy L.; 290, 514 

Hosier, Benita S.; 151 

Hoskins, Arland; 534 



Hoskins., Betsy C; 463 

Hoskins, Betsy C; 463 

Hoskins, Howard W.; 353 

Hoskins, Sylvia; 175, 364 

Hostetter, Kathryne S.; 487 

Hotaling, Morgan F.; 259 

Houben, Gary W.; 463 

Houghton, Susan K.; 487 

Hounchell, Jamie P.; 288, 386 

Hounshell, Michael D.; 305, 463, 
383 

Hourigan, Roy B., Ill; 514 

House, Charles S.; 487 

House, Gerry L.; 414, 415, 463 

House, James A.; 514 

House, Martha P.; 175 

House, Ronald T.; 241, 271, 282, 
334, 377, 240 

Householder, Jerrald; 514 

Houseman, Gary; 209 

Houston, Linda J.; 240 

Houston, Susan L.; 514 

Hovekamp, Cynthia A.; 240 

Howard, Arthur L., Jr.; 487 

Howard, Billie J.; 514 

Howard, Carol J.; 514, 384 

Howard, Chester; 514 

Howard, Elizabeth A.; 514 

Howard, Harry D.; 487 

Howard, Janet D.; 487 

Howard, Jerry L.; 487 

Howard, Jimmy W.; 463 

Howard, Joe; 334 

Howard, Patricia A.; 240 

Howard, Thomas E.; 514 

Howe, James M.; 487 

Howell, Stan C; 515 

Howell, Tecumseh S.; 175 

Howitz, William L.; 515 

Hewlett, Linda L.; 463 

Hoy, Laura R.; 515 

Hper Club; 375, 377 

Hubbard, Carol D.; 515 

Hubbard, Effie S.; 515 

Hubbard, Elizabeth; 175 

Hucker, Wayne L.; 240 

Hudson, Hazelle A.; 463 

Hudson, Nan B.; 515 

Huenefeld, Deborah S.; 515 

Huff, Millard R.; 175 



Huff, Ronald L.; 515 
Huffaker, Mary J.; 384, 515 
Huffman, Constance L.; 364, 463 
Huffman, Judy T.; 259 
Huffman, Mildred; 383 
Huffman, Susan V.; 487 
Huffman, William E.; 515 
Hughes, Deborah S.; 515 
Hughes, Gerald W.; 377, 463 
Hughes, James R., Jr.; 487 
Hughes, Jimmy D.; 145 
Hughes, Patricia A.; 175, 374, 240 
Hughes, Terry A.; 175 
Hughes, Tim R.; 383 
Huguely, Julia E.; 515 
Huguley, Marsha H.; 515 
Hull, Joan C; 515 
Humble, Beverley K.; 145, 376 



Humble, Michelle; 463 
Hume, Richard E.; 515 
Humlong, Jane C; 515, 376 
Humphrey, Sherry L.; 515 
Humphries, Mary H.; 487 
Humphries, Robert L.; 334, 515 
Hung, Peng; 260 
Hunkler, William D.; 515 
Hunley, Anna F.; 463 
Hunt, Charles E.; 175 
Hunt, Phillip W.; 515 
Hunt, Rheta J.; 463 
Hunt, Virginia L.; 487 
Hupp, Betty A.; 463, 375 
Hurd, Larry W.; 487 
Hurr, Tim; 377 
Hursh, Floyd D.; 487 
Hurt, Larry B.; 383, 487 




Go Eastern! 



552 



Hutchens, David A.; 175, 417 
Hutcherson, Luther C; 515 
Hutchins, Freida A. S.; 240, 373 
Hutchins, Gerald L.; 175, 284 
Hutchins, Lois A.; 260 
Hutchinson, Jack T.; 260 
Hutchinson, Lora E.; 487 
Hutchison, Susan G.; 515 
Hutton, R. Eileen; 515 
Hyden, Alan J.; 463 
Hyden, Mary J.; 487 

—I— 

Iddings, Rebecca A.; 515 

Idle, Kenneth R.; 515 

Ilacqua, Mary; 358 

Illie, Roger L.; 175, 418 

Imhoff, David E.; 175 

Imparato, Thomas A.; 240 

Industrial Education Club; 375, 
377 

Ingram, Dora C; 515 

Ingram, Jennifer L.; 487 

Ingram, John A.; 145 

Ingram, Paula R.; 175 

Innis, Philip R.; 515 

Insco, James B.; 422, 487 

Insko, James H.; 487 

Inter-fraternity Council; 428 

Inter-sorority Council; 428 

Ireland, Michael E.; 209 

Irvin, Linda K.; 463 

Irwin, Harry C; 515 

Irwin, James B.; 487 

Irwin, Ordie S.; 515 

Isaacs, Arnold C; 463 

Isaacs, John E.; 515 

Isaacs, John T.; 210 

Isaacs, Rosie M.; 515 

Ishmael, James D.; 176 

Ison, Carlton E., Jr.; 515 

Ison, Joseph D.; 515 

Ives, Charles B.; 176 

Ives, Steven R.; 515 

Iylehart, Robert J.; 515 

"J- 

Jacina, Mary A.; 515 



Jackman, Richard J.; 515 
Jackson, Anna K.; 240 
Jackson, Barbara G.; 515 
Jackson, Candrid B.; 364, 487 
Jackson, Connie B.; 487 
Jackson, George D.; 487 
Jackson, Ingrid C; 463 
Jackson, James M.; 240 
Jackson, Jimmie R.; 515 
Jackson, Margaret C; 487 
Jackson, Mark S.; 463 
Jackson, Robert K.; 375 
Jackson, Ronald T.; 334 
Jackson, Ronnie E.; 515 
Jackson, Sandra J.; 515 
Jackson, Sue M.; 463 
Jackson, Virginia L.; 487 
Jackson, William D.; 1445 
Jacobs, Fritz F.; 487 
Jacobs, Michael D.; 240 
Jacobs, Victoria A.; 534 
James, Connie L.; 210, 375 
James, John D., Jr.; 515 
James, Judith C; 516 
James, Keith; 516 
James, Rita G.; 516 
James, Saundra J.; 487 
James, Verla A.; 487 
Jamison, Mark C; 516 
Jarboe, Joyce E.; 516 
Jasper, Cecelia R.; 287, 487 
Jasper, Mary L.; 408, 409, 487 
Jaysnovitch, Andrew; 463 
Jeanes, Iva G.; 210 
Jedlicka, Karen L.; 240 
Jeffries, Barbara A. R.; 463 
Jeffries, Danny J.; 145 
Jeffries, Daphne R .; 516 
Jeffries, Michael R.; 413 
Jeffries, Paul R.; 463, 373 
Jenkins, Charles S.; 176 
Jenkins, David T.; 487 
Jenkins, Douglas H.; 176, 374 
Jenkins, Gary E.; 438 
Jenkins, Joan M.; 516 
Jenkins, Linda A.; 463 
Jenkins, William J.; 487 
Jennings, Barbara J.; 516, 376 



Jennings, Elizabeth G.; 287, 405, 
487, 376 

Jennings, Sally L.; 516 

Jennings, William T.; 210 

Jett, Amy P.; 384 

Jett, Clinton, Jr.; 463 

Jett, Gordon L.; 516 

Jett, Helen L.; 354 

Jett, Loraine M.; 176 

Jett, Ricki L.; 516 

Jewell, Brenda A. C; 463 

Jewell, Donald C; 516 

Joachim, Bruce L.; 451, 516 

Johns, Barry C; 516 

Johns, George G.; 176 

Johns, Kitty L.; 516 

Johns, Valeri J.; 516 

Johns, Virginia S.; 516 

Johnson, Allen K.; 377, 516 

Johnson, Arthur S., Ill; 210 

Johnson, Bert N.; 463 

Johnson, Betsy A.; 487 

Johnson, Beverly A.; 487 

Johnson, Carol L.; 240, 405 

Johnson, Carole J.; 516 

Johnson, Charlotte E.; 355, 463 

Johnson, Coolee J.; 463 

Johnson, Curtis R.; 516 

Johnson, Dannie L.; 487 

Johnson, Deborah L.; 516 

Johnson, George R.; 516 

Johnson, Gregory; 464 

Johnson, Gregory K.; 487 

Johnson, Gwendel; 516 

Johnson^ Jacqueline C; 464 

Johnson, James S.; 464 

Johnson, Janice S.; 487 

Johnson, Jerry L.; 210 

Johnson, John P.; 463 

Johnson, John W.; 488 

Johnson, Jon K.; 464 

Johnson, L. Douglas; 385 

Johnson, Lillie M.; 383 

Johnson, Linda J.; 488 

Johnson, Lorene; 383 

Johnson, Lynn R.; 516 

Johnson, Marsha L.; 488 

Johnson, Mary H.; 287, 488, 376 

Johnson, Mary P.; 357, 464 



Johnson, Michael C; 464 

Johnson, Mike J.; 176 

Johnson, Patricia H.; 451 

Johnson, Paul C; 488 

Johnson, Philip; 516 

Johnson, RayG.; 488 

Johnson, Ronald W.; 210 

Johnson, Sandra K; 410, 464 

Johnson, Shawn M.; 516 

Johnson, Stephen L.; 176 

Johnson, Stephon R.; 464 

Johnston, Guy D.; 298, 488 

Johnston, Mary D.; 516 

Jones, Cheryl E .; 516 

Jones, Clarence R.; 176, 288, 381 

Jones, David C; 414, 464 

Jones, Earl; 488 

Jones, Herbert E.; 287 

Jones, Janice D.; 377, 464 

Jones, John F.; 464 

Jones, Joseph R.; 176, 516 

Jones, Joyce A.; 145 

Jones, Karen L.; 240 

Jones, Lonnie C; 464 

Jones, Michael A.; 417 

Jones, Michael S.; 413 

Jones, Patricia S.; 516 

Jones, Paul D.; 464 

Jones, Pearl; 464 

Jones, Robert C; 145 

Jones, Robert D.; 464 

Jones, Robert M.; 364 

Jones, Robert N.; 516 

Jones, Roger N.; 516 

Jones, Sandra L.; 464 

Jones, Sharon B.; 406, 516 

Jones, Sharon C; 240 

Jones, Thomas N.; 488 

Jones, Timothy J.; 375, 464 

Jones, Tommie S.; 516 

Jones, Vivian C; 516 

Jordan, Bonnie L.; 464 

Jordan, Charlene; 516 

Jordan, Daniel D.; 309, 414, 464 

Jordan, Earl J.; 240 

Jordan, Kathleen A.; 354, 464 

Jordan, Martha A.; 516 

Jordan, Mary J.; 516 

Jordon, Stayce L.; 488 



553 



Joyce, Frank P.; 240 

Judd, Glenda R.; 516 

Judd, Nicky R.; 516 

Judson, Marilyn A.; 409, 488 

Justice, Clinton D.; 488 

Judson, Richard W.; 422, 464 

Justice, Donna L.; 406, 407, 454 

Justice, Gary K.; 464 

Justice, Marsha D.; 516 

Justice, Norma J.; 176, 285 

Justice, Phoebe E. C; 464 

— K— 

Kaelin, Lawrence W.; 516 
Kalb, Charles W.; 516 
Kallop, Jerry L.; 516 
Kane, Jack; 365, 377 
Kane, John N.; 464 
Kanzinger, Robert C; 464 
Kappa Alpha Order; 416 
Kappa Delia; 408 
Kappa Delia Pi; 289 
Kappa Delta Tau; 334 
Kappa lota Epsilon; 287 
Kappa Kappa Sigma; 378, 386 
Kappa Phi Delta; 410 
Karnes, George R.; 145, 377 
Karr, Jerry W.; 488 
Kauffmann, Bruce P.; 177 
Kaufman, Herbert W.; 176 
Kaufman, Ronald L.; 488 
Kavana, James E.; 241 
Kawaja, Galib E.; 516 
Kaylor, Michael R.; 421 
Kazinski, David A.; 516 
Keal, Patricia E.; 488 
Kearns, Bernie W.; 145 
Kearns, John M.; 516 
Kearns, Kathryn F.; 241, 364 
Keebler, Kenneth P.; 365 
Keen, Connie C.j 464 
Keen, Johnny R.; 177 
Keen, Karol Y.; 464 
Keen, Kenneth W.; 464 
Keenan, John D.; 464 
Keene, Janice J.; 516 
Kees, Linda J.; 378, 516 
Kefauver, Patty J.; 516 



Keibler, Paul; 464 
Keiffir, Ruth; 354 
Keitchen, Kathleen S.; 516 
Keith, Nadle F.; 364, 516 
Keith, Sally J.; 241, 373 
Keithley, Larry M.; 464 
Keller, Deborah L.; 488 
Kellerman, Karen A.; 516 
Kelley, Dennis W.; 241, 425 
Kelley, Jennifer J.; 177 
Kelley, Nancy J.; 177 
Kelley, Nancy S.; 516 
Kelley, Robert L.; 283, 488 
Kelly, Eddie J.; 373, 516 
Kelly, Malcolm H.; 488 
Kelly, Paul E., II; 177 
Kelsay, Kenneth S.; 516 
Kemble, Charles K.; 438, 517 
Kemper, Alberta J.; 488 
Kemper, Betty L.; 464 
Kempf, Roy A.; 210 
Kendall, Carl M.; 464 
Kendall, Kathryn J.; 488 
Kendrick, Belinda R.; 517 
Kendnck, George B.; 465 
Kendrick, Ronald G.; 488 
Kenley, Margaret L.; 151 
Kennedy, Albert S.; 517 
Kennedy, James F.; 488 
Kennedy, Jennifer L.; 374, 488 
Kent, Daniel W.; 177 
Kessinger, Larry B.; 517 
Kessler, David L.; 422, 488 
Ketron, Karen D.; 488 
Kidd, Bettina E.; 517 
Kidd, Earnest G.; 488 
Kidd, Hildreth C; 260 
Kidd, Karen C; 260 
Kidd, Victor J.; 145 
Kidwell, Goldie C; 465 
Kidwell, Robyn M.; 383, 517 
Kiefer, Robert D.; 177, 274 
Kiefer, Ruth A.; 465 
Kilburn, Pamela K; 517 
Kilday, Sally L.; 488 
Kimble, Beverly A.; 220 
Kincaid, Gary J.; 465 
Kincaid, Joyce F.; 488 
Kincaid, Linda L.; 386, 517 



Kincer, Terry W.; 241 
Kinder, Janice E.; 383, 517 
Kinder, Judy L.; 488 
Kindoll, Linda F.; 291, 517 
King, Carol R.; 177, 276, 405 
King, Douglas K.; 465 
King, Gail E.; 417, 465 
King, Gary S.; 422 
King, Jerry K; 465 
King, John G.; 353, 210 
King, Kathy A.; 517 
King, Michael C; 241 
King, Roy W.; 260 
King, Sharon J.; 384, 517 
King, Sharon L.; 517 
King, Shirley R.; 517 
Kinkead, William D.; 517 
Kinker, Mary A.; 241, 373 
Kinker, Paula S.; 381, 517 
Kinmon, Dorothy A.; 517 
Kintner, Betty J.; 177, 374 
Kioumehr, Faedeh; 517 
Kipp, Catherine A.; 488 
Kirby, Dinah M.; 465 
Kirby, Sheila L.; 381 
Kirchner, Cherine H.; 534 
Kirsch, Janet; 241 
Kish, Therese A.; 517 
Kissler, Donald C; 465 
Klaber, Alice F.; 465 
Klamo, Jo A.; 488 
Kleckner, Karen; 274, 402, 241 
Klein, Kenneth C; 320, 517 
Klein, Margaret R. C; 241, 383 
Klenk, Gary G.; 465 
Kleykamp, Charles F.; 465 
Klingler, Patricia A.; 287, 488 
Klinglesmith, Daryl L.; 465 
Kloentrup, Carl J.; 421 
Klopfer, Michael J.; 517 
Knauer, Garry E.; 517 
Knauer, Shirley M.; 517 
Knecht, Thomas L.; 517 
Knepper, Mary C; 177 
Knight, Patricia A.; 517 
Knight, Willetta J.; 517 
Knight, William P.; 465 
Knowles, Thomas C; 517 
Knox, John T.; 517 



Knuckles, Larry G.; 488 
Knudsen, Barbara I.; 517 
Koenig, Eugene J., Jr.; 517 
Koger, Joe B.; 145 
Koger, Lois F.; 241 
Kogut, Paul M.; 383 
Kohl, Valerie R.; 383, 517 
Kohls, Bernard R.; 517 
Koller, Laurette K; 24l 
Kooi, Warren J.; 465 
Kornfeld, Stephen G.; 465 
Kornrumpf, Sandra A.; 517 
Kosfeld, Karen A.; 241, 285, 289 
Kotlarsz, Wanita L.; 191 
Kotte, Susan E.; 465 
Kottmyer, Sherri A.; 177 
Kovreg, Loureen A.; 488 
Kraft, Mary J.; 517 
Kraig, Alice K.; 383, 517, 386 
Kraiss, Jerry W.; 414 
Kranz, Katherine L.; 374, 488 
Kraus, Robert G.; 426 
Krause, Andrea M.; 177, 285 
Krebs, David W.; 465 
Krebs, Vina M. W.; 465 
Kremer, David R.; 465 
Kriegel, John R.; 517 
Kriel, Paula M.; 488 
Kring, Jerry L.; 177 
Kringle, Marcella H.; 465 
Krucker, Richard S.; 517 
Krueger, Alan C; 422, 489 
Krummel, Jessie L.; 241 
Krummel, John M.; 177 
Kuhns, Susanne E.; 289, 489 
Kunkel, Jane S.; 489 
Kunst, Krisand L.; 489 
Kutchback, Toni K; 241,289, 386 
Kwon, Jong Y.; 465 
Kyma Club; 338 



LaForge, Ronda; 376 
LaMonda, Jane L.; 489 
LaPorta, Robert P.; 465 
LaRosa, Patricia A.; 290, 465 
Lacy, Larry D.; 145, 373 
Lacy, Robert L.; 517 



554 



Lahue, Jack A.; 201 

Laird, Mary E.; 260 

Lake, Benton E.; 517 

Lake, Terry L.; 517 

Lake, Tina Y.; 517 

Lakes, Sharon L.; 517 

Lakes, Wavelene M.; 241 

Lally, Kathleen A.; 465 

Lamb, David A.; 211 

Lamb, Nancy A.; 517 

Lambdin, Larry W.; 517 

Lampkin, Clarence T.; 241 

Lancashire, Rebecca A.; 517 

Lancaster, Sally A.; 517 

Land, Gloria J.; 383, 383, 517 

Land, Judy P.; 517 

Landen, Kathy E.; 517 

Landreth, John W.; 517 

Landrum, Beverly J.; 517 

Landmm, Brenda G.; 517 

Lane, Danny D.; 517 

Lanfersiek, Michael N.; 420, 517 

Lanfersiek, Tim B.; 421, 465 

Langdon, Betty A.; 465 

Langdon, Ruby; 465 

Lange, Bruce M.; 421, 517 

Lange, Frank B.; 489 

Langhorst, Andrea C; 517 

Lanier, Yolanda; 220 

Lanz, Karen M.; 518 

Larese, Larry J.; 177 

Larmour, Charles F.; 518 

Larmour, James J.; 518 

Lashorne, Stephen C; 518 

Laswell, Brent R.; 365, 489 

Lathrop, James B.; 211 

Latimer, Karen A.; 376, 518 

Laube, Marguerite A.; 383, 384 

Laux, Robert B.; 465 

Lavallee, Suzanne M.; 489 

Law, Eleanor J.; 465 

Lawless, Ethridge R.; 518 

Lawrence, Rita A.; 177, 354, 402, 
422, 359 

Lawrence, Robert M.; 383 

Lawrence, Steven W.; 211 

Lawry, Florence L.; 383, 383 

Lawson, Barbara E.; 241 

Lawson, Frank D.; 518 



Lawson, Judy L.; 465 

Lawson, Linda S.; 358, 406, 465 

Lawson, Mildred A.; 220 

Lawson, Nedra S.; 465 

Lawson, Patricia E.; 489 

Lawson, Patsy L.; 465 

Laycock, Michael G.; 381 

Layford, Mary J.; 489 

Layman, Richard C; 145 

Lavton, Shiela A.; 518 

Leake, John C; 489 

Lear, Agnes; 242 

Lear, Patricia A.; 465 

Lear, Rice W.; 518 

Leath, Wanda L.; 518 

Leathers, Judy R.; 465 

Leavell, Woodie G.; 518 

Ledford, Eileen G.; 518 

Ledford, James P., Ill; 353 

Ledford, Judith G.; 534 

Ledford, Kenneth H.; 178 

Ledford, Norman A.; 489 

Ledford, Ronald M.; 518 

Ledford, William H.; 211, 424, 
425 

Lee, Albert C, Jr.; 518 

Lee, Carl W.; 518 

Lee, Chee; 518 

Lee, David M.; 211 

Lee, James A.; 177 

Lee, Janet K.; 465 

Lee, Lenville R.; 465 

Lee, Lok; 375, 518 

Lee, Roy D.; 465 

Leet, Michael I.; 146 

Lefevers, Jerry W.; 489 

LeForge, Ronda D.; 518 

Legear, Sondra G.; 518 

Legel, Linda C; 465 

Lehman, Carol J.; 406, 489 

Lemaster, Carolyn K.; 177 

LeMaster, Rebekah R.; 489 

LeMay, Peggy A.; 383, 518 

Lengel, Nancy K.; 518 

Lesak, William E.; 425, 465 

Leslie, Antoinette; 465 

Lesshafft, Cathy L.; 364, 518 

Lester, Danny H.; 465 

Lester, Deborah; 518 



Lethgo, Nancy L.; 489 

Leunig, Jill A.; 518 

Leverett, Hearlton L.; 211 

Lewandowski, Christin; 405, 465 

Lewig, Jill; 384 

Lewis, Barbara L.; 465 

Lewis, Bruce R.; 421 

Lewis, Carol S.; 518 

Lewis, Carolyn S.; 211 

Lewis, Eddie M.; 518 

Lewis, James M.; 489 

Lewis, John L.; 465 

Lewis, Martin A.; 465 

Lewis, Mervyn; 518 

Lewis, Shirley M.; 518 

Lewis, Stephen S.; 489 

Lewis, Susan C; 489 

Lewis, Thomas A.; 211 

Liberatore, Billye F.; 242 

Liberatore, Samuel M.; 242 

Lichtenberger, Clayto; 383 

Lieberum, Donald E.; 518 

Lierman, Janice G.; 178 

Lieske, Coleen S.; 489 

Lightner, Gary L.; 254, 413 

Lightner, Linda J.; 518 

Like, Dorothy A.; 465 

Likens, Ralph N; 178 

Lilly, Robert A.; 518 

Liming, Barbara A.; 518 

Lincicome, Linda L.; 211 

Lindon, Alene; 178 

Lindsey, Marshall L.; 242 

Lindsey, Susan D.; 465 

Ling, Dennis A.; 383, 178, 383, 
384, 385 

Link, Charles W.; 465 
Lisi, Richard R.; 365, 465 
Litteral, Carolyn S.; 364, 489 
Litteral, Jeffrey L.; 146 
Little, Celestine A.; 489 
Little Colonels; 3)9 
Little, Judy C; 518 
Little, Norma L. A.; 178 
Little, Patricia J.; 518 
Little, Phyllis D.; 465 
Little Theater; 381 
Littrai, Joseph H.; 518 
Livingood, Rita G.; 518 



Llewellyn, Jack H.; 260 

Lloyd, Calvin M.; 465 

Lloyd, Connie P.; 518 

Lloyd, David M.; 489 

Lloyd, Suzanne; 518 

Lockard, Richard V.; 465 

Locke, Cynthia J.; 465 

Locker. Teresa K.; 489 

Lockhart, Linda R.; 518 

Lockhart, Scott C; 518 

Locknane, Larry G.; 518 

Lockridge, Diane; 518 

Lockwood, Ann E.; 489 

Lockwood, John S.; 383, 178, 289, 
385 

Lodge, John H.; 178, 366 

Loewenstine, Carl E.; 242 

Loftis, Carla Y.; 376, 519 

Logan, Ann S.; 406, 454, 465 

Logan, Clarence L.; 260 

Logan, Mahala A.; 489 

Logan, Margie B.; 519 

Logan, Revella A .; 489- 

Logsdon, James O.; 211 

Logsdon, Robert L.; 178 

London, Charles J.; 376, 489 

Long, Charles R.; 425 

Long. Donald L.; 489 

Long, Douglas K.; 421 

Long, Eddie G; 211 

Long, JaneR.; 378, 519 

Long. Janis A.; 220 

Long, Jerry A.; 383, 489 

Long, Kenneth J.; 519 

Long, Larry M.; 489 

Long, Leona I. C; 151 

Long, Ray R.; 466 

Long, Vicki R.; 178, 405 

Longnecker, Anne; 466 

Lopp, Harry E., Jr.; 519 

Lorenz, Joann R.; 359, 519 

Lose, Robert G.; 519 

Loudermilk, Bendia L.; 519 

Loughmiller, Michael; 466 

Loveless, Carrie M.; 178 

Lovell, Belinda E. V.; 489 

Lovell, Mary S.; 178 

Lovell, Susan E.; 384, 354, 383, 
466, 383 



555 



Lovins, Thomas A.; 489 

Lowe, Carol L. S.; 178, 277, 285, 
289, 291 

Lowe, David C; 242 

Lowe, James L.; 211 

Lowe, Jeanette R.; 178 

Lowery, Doris J.; 242 

Lowhorn, Loretta A.; 437, 466 

Lucas, William S.; 489 

Luckett, Andrea C; 519 

Luman, Robert L.; 298 

Lundy, Paul D.; 287, 489 

Luning, George M.; 519 

Lunsford, Carolyn M.; 178, 285 

Lunsford, Eric B.; 519 

Lunsford, Margaret C; 283 

Lusk, Ellen L.; 519 

Lusk, Rhoda B.; 242 

Luxon, Kenneth G.; 374, 489 

Lykins, Larry J.; 519 

Lynch, Boyd L.; 309 

Lynch, Patricia A.; 402, 451, 242 

Lyndes, Gerald F.; 386, 519 

Lynn, Sharon R.; 519 

Lynster, Richard W.; 466 

Lyon, Marlene E.; 489 

Lyons, Dwight; 364, 519 

Lyons, Glenn E^; 489 

Lyons, Jack L.; 489 

Lyons, Judy L.; 146, 364 

Lyons, Linda C; 287, 376 

Lyons, Mike C; 489 

Lyons, Nancy B.; 519 

Lyster, June W.; 519 

— M— 

MacDonald, Daniel M.; 284, 466 
MacDonald, David L.; 466 
MacDonald, Elizabeth; 376, 519 
MacKnight, Suzanne B.; 519 
MacNab, Nancy R.; 519 
MacKenzie, James C; 421 
Mackey, Sarah E.; 490 
Macy, James B.; 466 
Macy, Rebecca J.; 490 
Madden, James H.; 490 
Maddox, Lonnie C; 520 
Madison, Janice M.; 357, 490, 376 



Madras, Karen M.; 520 

Maeder, Susan K; 359 

Maggard, Bill, Jr.; 243, 358 

Maggard, Deborah J.; 490 

Maggard, William E.; 211, 290, 
373, 418 

Magiske, Duane C; 146 

Mahan, David F.; 179 

Mahan, Patricia ; 243 

Mahan, Peggy E. W.; 146 

Mahaun, Lynda M.; 520 

Maher, Marcia A.; 466 

Maher, Sandra J. G.; 466 

Major, Hugh K; 179 

Malachowski, Sandra L.;- 520 

Malatesta, Winnie A.; 490 

Malins, Fred E.; 260 

Malone, Rhonda P.; 520 

Maloney, Robert C; 490 

Manahan, Lynn E.; 466 

Mancik, Michael A.; 421, 466 

Mancuso, Donna R.; 374 

Mangione, Frank C.J 520 

Manion, William P.; 490 

Mann, Barbara J.; 490 

Mann, Gilbert C, Jr.; 520 

Mann, Marion K. M.; 466 

Mannen, Mary M.; 106, 354, 358, 
359 

Mannen, William A.; 179, 273, 
381 

Manns, Lois A.; 243, 373 

Mansfield, Rebecca L.; 179 

March, William E.; 298, 466 

Marcum, Catherine A.; 288, 381, 
520 

Marcum, Danny L.; 466 

Marcum, Dorothy E.; 243 

Marcum, Ed; 490 

Marcum, Gladys C; 179 

Marcum, James C.J 418, 451, 454, 
466 

Marcum, James H.; 466 

Marcum, Vivian G.; 490 

Marinaro, Robert K; 466 

Marks, Richard L.j 520 

Marksberry, James R.; 520 

Marksberry, William; 466 

Marlett, Kelby S.; 466 

Marlin, Scott W.; 179, 375 

Marlow, Vicki S .; 520 



Marquis, Gregory T.; 320, 421, 
466 

Marra, Charles R.; 212 

Marrs, Sue E.; 520 

Marsh, Ginny L.; 520 

Marshall, Danny E.; 520 

Marshall, David G.; 520 

Marshall, Dorothy M.; 179, 285 

Marshall, Gregory L.; 418, 466 

Marshall, James B.; 520 

Marshall, Lois E.; 520 

Marshall, Mary J.; 490 

Marshall. Ted A.; 179, 418, 359 

Martell, David R.; 421 

Martin, Arno'd W.; 466 

Martin, David F.; 179 

Martin, Dennis W.; 520 

Martin, Diane A.; 520 

Martin, Gerald L.; 220 

Martin, Ginger L.; 520 

Martin, James C; 490 

Martin, James P.; 520 

Martin, Jeffrey A.; 520 

Martin, Joseph E.; 520 

Martin, Josephine W.; 179 

Martin, Kenneth R.; 261 

Martin. Linda L.; 466 

Martin, Lois; 490 

Martin, Melvin S.; 466 

Martin, Michael; 146 
Martin, Mildred A.; 520 

Martin, Monte H.; 421, 466 

Martin, Nancy L.; 179, 406, 407 

Martin, Norman A., Jr.; 490 

Martin, Patty L.; 466 

Martin, Rebecca A.; 520 

Martin, Robert A.; 520 

Martin, Roberta K.; 287 

Martin, Sandra; 378 

Martin, Thomas R.; 212 

Martinek, Margaret E.; 466 

Martone, Samuel V.; 243 

Martz, Donna M.; 374, 520 

Marz, Charles; 535 

Mason, Edwin M.; 466 

Mason, Gary L.; 490 

Mason, Jayne A.; 490 

Mason, Joyce E.; 243, 410, 437 

Mason, Kent A.; 212, 422 



Mason, Larry M.; 179, 374 

Mason, Larry N.; 466 

Mason, Myra J.; 520 

Massey, Eugene V.; 212 

Masters, Patricia A.; 490 

Mastin, Audrey; 466 

Mastrean, Edward; 466 

Matchett, Kathleen A.; 366, 490 

Mathes, Peggy J.; 359, 520 

Mathis, William D.; 425 

Matlock, Kenneth R.; 243 

Matney, Bobby F.; 466 

Matthews, Mary J.; 490 

Matthews, Mary L.; 243 

Mattingly, Brenda L.; 520 

Mattingly, Constance; 520 

Mattingly, Marion C; 421, 490 

Mattox, Jeannie R.; 520 

Mattox, William J.; 520 

Mauney, Mary M.; 243 

Maupin, Carolyn L.; 466 

Maupin, David K; 490 

Maurer, Henry H.; 146, 271, 418 

Mautner, John J.; 334, 466 

Maviry, Robert M.; 520 

Maxwell, Francine E.; 357, 490 

Maxwell, Theresa K.; 243 

May, Donna L.; 179, 374 

May, Gerald G.; 520 

May, Kelly G.; 466 

May, Mary C; 243 

May, Patrick, Jr.; 520 

May, Warren A.; 146, 278, 289, 
377 

Mayer, Bernadette M.; 520 

Mayfield, Judy G.; 490 

Maynard, Paul R.; 152 

Mayo, Frances A.; 490 

Mays, Sheila J.; 520 

McAlister, Darrell H.; 152 

McAllister, William; 519 

McAninch, Vivien D.; 466 

McBrayer, Carroll S.; 146, 425 

McBrayer, Scott; 424 

McBride, Russell; 211 

McBride, Sharon; 366, 410 

McCabe, Kelta A.; 489 

McCabe, Maureen P.; 519 

McCall, Evelyn L.; 489 



556 



McCalpin, Michael W.; 466 

McCann, Paula; 386, 519 

McCarren, Richard L.; 383, 519 

McCarty, Donald W.; 519 

McCarty, Sherri A.; 402, 242 

McCauley, Barry L.; 384, 314 

McCauley, Gloria J.; 242, 354 

McCaw, William C; 287, 489, 374 

McClain, Danny A.; 519 

McCIain, Michael D.; 414 

McClanahan, Donna D.; 519 

McClanahan, Mary L. M.; 534 

McClish, Dennis E.; 334 

McClish, Wayne P.; 519 

McCloud, Robert W.; 489 

McCloud, Ronald B.; 413, 298, 466 

McClure, Peggy A.; 519 

McConathy, Phil W.; 519 

McConnell, Nancy H.; 366, 519 

McCord, Evelyn K.; 519 

McCormack, Beth A.; 519 

McCormack, John M.; 466 

McCormack, Sally C; 534 

McCormack, Timothy; 211 

McCormick, Gary W.; 519 

McCormick, Lynne P.; 519 

McCoy, Ronald G; 466 

McCracken, Terry L.; 489 

McCrary, Michele A.; 359, 519 

McCreary, Bertha L.; 179 

McCubbin, Mary L.; 178, 282, 285, 
289 

McDanell, Margaret J.; 519 

McDavid, Gary M.; 519 

McDevitt, Nancy P.; 489 

McDevitt, Patricia E.; 405, 489 

McDonald, Bruce N.; 519 

McDonald, Byron D.; 489 

McDonald, Deborah J.; 519 

McDonald, Jeffrey G.; 383, 489 

McDonald, Lynda K.; 288, 466 

McDowell, Joseph; 519 

McDowell, Karol S.; 489 

McDowell, Vicki G .; 466 

McEnteer, Kathy L.; 519 

McFarland, Cecil D.; 152, 466 

McFarland, Paul F.; 414 

McGee, Elizabeth K.; 489 

McGee, Sharon G.; 489 



McGinnis, Rita; 402, 242 

McGinnis, Ronald D. ;519 

McGIone, James M.; 489 

McGohon, Sharon A.; 358, 519 

McGowan, George M.; 211 

McGrew, Jean L.; 489 

McGuire, Edward J.; 179 

McGuire, Garry R.; 211 

McGuire, Jane C; 220, 287, 291 

McGuire, Victoria L.; 519 

Mcintosh, Jennifer J.; 489 

Mclntyre, Rebecca A.; 519 

Mclver, Jimmy R.; 519 

McKay, Jeffrey C; 383, 384 

McKee, Beverly J.; 519 

McKee, Paul N; 519 

McKee, Peggy A.; 519 

McKenzie, Dennis P.; 243 

McKillip, GaryL.; 152, 373 

McKinney, Charles D.; 178 

McKinney, Danny; 152, 466 

McKinney, James W., Jr.; 519 

McKinney, Maureen L.; 243 

McKinney, Michael C; 178 

McKinney, Robert E.; 519 

McKinney, Roger D.; 490 

McKinnon, Arper E.; 519 

McKitric, Eloise J.; 466 

McLean, Pamela J.; 519 

McLemore, Marilyn K.; 373, 384, 
466 

McLaughlin, Arthur L.; 243 

McMillin, Kathy J.; 377, 466 

McMillin, Linda R.; 243 

McNabb, Barbara J.; 519 

McNabb, Glenn E.; 260 

McNay, Helen M.; 490 

McNeil, Paula J.; 520 

McNeil, William D.; 490 

McNicol, Judith A.; 520 

McQuany, Janice I.; 520 

McQueen, Charles D.; 260 

McQueen, Emery G.; 466 

McVicker, William M.; 466 

McWhorter, Barbara S.; 490 

McWhorter, Brenda L.; 520 

McWhorter, Linda J.; 520 

McWhorter, Regina S.; 520 

McWhorter, Regina S.; 291 




Signs of progress. 

Mead, Sheila; 466 
Meade, Eugene; 520 
Meade, Gregory J.; 212 
Meade, Judy C; 243 
Meade, Roger; 353 
Meade, Patricia L.; 520 
Meadors, James F.; 520 
Meadows, Terry E.; 466 
Meak, John J.; 520 
Means, George R.; 520 
Medley, Ginger A.; 490 
Medley, Joseph D.; 490 
Meece, Beverly S.; 405, 442, 490 
Meeks, David L.; 466 
Meeks, Gene E.; 520 
Meeks, Thomas K.; 466 
Meenach, Robert D.; 467 
Mefford, Gary L.; 179 
Meier, Karen J.; 179 
Meiner, Cheryl L.; 520 
Melius, Everett C, Jr.; 146 



Mellul, Daniel; 413, 179 
Melton, David F.; 180, 422 
Melton, Genevieve; 180, 285, 291 
Melzoni, Carol J.; 520 
Mercer, Henry T.; 467 
Mercer, Sandra R.; 490 
Mercer, Thomas R.; 490 
Merrill, John W.; 490 
Merritt, Patti J.; 520 
Messer, Jerald M.; 520 
Messer, Lonnie S.; 520 
Messinger, Joyce Y.; 180, 289 
Metelits, Merle L.; 402, 467 
Metz, Nancy M.; 520, 376 
Metzger, Charles E.; 180 
Metzger, Denise A.; 402, 467 
Metzger, Stephen M.; 521 
Meyer, Janet G.; 243, 377 
Meyer, Naomi F.; 180, 285 
Meyer, Wayne; 521 
Meyers, Stephen L.; 385 



5 57 



Midden, Lenny B.; 212 

Middleton, Beverly A.; 373, 467 

Middleton, Merle H., II; 521 

Mifflin, Mary K.; 467, 490 

Mike, Elizabeth; 243, 373 

Milburn, Rex E.; 467 

Miles, Barbara L.; 244, 377, 437 

Miles, Phyllis A.; 244 

Miles, Susan L.; 490 

Miller, Ann B.; 521 

Miller, Ann C. K.; 180 

Miller, Carol M.; 405, 467 

Miller, Cheryl A.; 378, 521 

Miller, Daniel R.; 521 

Miller, Dennis A.; 535 

Miller, Doris J.; 378, 467 

Miller, George R.; 521 

Miller, Geraldine; 467 

Miller, James P., Jr.; 320, 467, 521 

Miller, James P.; 349 

Miller, Janet S.; 490 

Miller, Jayne E.; 220, 287 

Miller, John T.; 490 

Miller, Julia J. H.; 261 

Miller, K. C; 180 

Miller, Larry E.; 521 

Miller, Linda S.; 521 

Miller, Marian R.; 490 

Miller, Orville D.; 212 

Miller, Otis M.; 521 

Miller, Pamela K.; 180 

Miller, Pamela M.; 285, 490 

Miller, Patricia A.; 261 

Miller, Ramona D.; 521 

Miller, Reba L.; 467 

Miller, Ronnie C; 467 

Miller, Shelbie J.; 491 

Miller, Stephen D.; 451 

Miller, Stephen R.; 491 

Miller, Sue M. J.; 289 

Miller, Thomas T.; 261 

Miller, Wesley C; 521 

Miller, William D.; 261 

Milligan, Kristi L.; 180 

Million, George R.; 426 

Million, Sue C; 467 

Mills, Barbara J.; 490 

Mills, Denver R.; 467 

Mills, Freddie L.; 180 



Mills, James A.; 180 
Mills, Judy A.; 244 
Mills, Robert E.; 467 
Mills, Ross W.; 521 
MILESTONE; 448 
Military Police; 459 
Miltko, C. Michael; 418 
Minis, Kenis B.; 212 
Mims, Russell R.; 421 
Mink, Darryl M.; 425 
Minke, Margaret G. P.; 467 
Minke, Thomas E.; 212 
Minnich, Donald B.; 212 
Minor, Donald P.; 298 
Minor, Karen D.; 521 
Miracle, Phyllis K.; 490 
Mistier, Alan F.; 535 
Mitch, Melanie A.; 521 
Mitchell, Butch; 334 
Mitchell, Diane J.; 244 
Mitchell, Dwight E.; 490 
Mitchell, Karen L.; 467 
Mitchell, Lester J.; 521 
Mitchell, Martin V.; 467 
Mitchell, Robert B.; 467 
Moberly, Harry, Jr.; 521 
Moberly, John R.; 212 
Moberly, Phillip M.; 521 
Moberly, Susan L.; 521 
Mobley, Carolyn; 467 
Mobley, Danny R.; 521 
Moffett, Benjamin A.; 521 
Moffitt, JeffryD.; 467 
Mogg, Danny A.; 467 
Molyneaux, Betty E.; 146, 402 
Molyneaux, Julia A.; 402, 491 
Monacelli, Michael T.; 422 
Money, James B.; 467 
Money, Max L.; 287, 491 
Monfort, Robert D.; 467 
Monhollon, Carolyn J.; 521 
Monson, Barbara R. D.; 467 
Montgomery, Marianne; 381, 521 
Montgomery, Marty M.; 521 
Moody, Carl E.; 491 
Moody, John D.; 375, 467 
Moody, Tommy F.; 491 
Moore, Alma R.; 244 
Moore, Ann B.; 384, 491 



Moore, Bobbie L.; 467 

Moore, Brenda M.; 220 

Moore, Diana; 287, 364, 491, 384 

Moore, Donald; 298 

Moore, Donna S.; 491 

Moore, Doris M.; 354, 467 

Moore, Glenn E.; 180 

Moore, Harry E.; 491 

Moore, James R.; 467 

Moore, Janice S.; 535 

Moore, Joanne; 521 

Moore, John R.; 426, 491 

Moore, Joseph B.; 467 

Moore, Judith E.; 535 

Moore, Judy A.; 244 

Moore, Karen T.; 365, 521 

Moore, Lydia C; 491 

Moore, Mary A.; 406, 467 

Moore, Michael B.; 377 

Moore, Teresa K.; 467 

Moore, William M.; 244 

Moorer, Susanne; 244 

Moores, Candice A.; 409 

Moorman, Sandra J.; 491 

Moran, Marsha L.; 535 

Moran, Vernetta; 521 

Morefield, Roger D.; 349, 521 

Moreland, Jack M.; 180 

Moreland, Patricia D.; 491 

Moreno, Sylvia; 521 

Morgan, Daniel W., Jr.; 180, 276, 
289 

Morgan, Gail M.; 289, 521 

Morgan, Larry E.; 353 

Morgan, Rita G ; 467 

Morgan, Sharon E.; 521 

Morgan, Stella M.; 521 

Morgan, Susan C; 491 

Morphy, Lawrence D.; 180 

Morrell, Lawrence E.; 521 

Morris, Bonnie L.; 468 

Morris, Charlene; 378 

Morris, Dale M.; 521 

Morris, Harry L.; 180 

Morris, Howard R.; 244 

Morris, Samuel A.; 521 

Morris, Wythe C; 468 

Morrison, Audrey J.; 442 

Morrison, Stephen E.; 491 



Morrow, Jackson D.; 245, 421 

Morrow, Richard J.; 212 

Mosher, Craig R.; 491 

Mosley, Gene H.; 245 

Moss, Carol F.; 491 

Mossbarger, Mary A.; 521 

Motley, Paul C; 261 

Mounce, Carolyn S.; 146 

Moyer, Joseph W.; 418, 468 

Moyer, Viola J.; 521 

Mudd, James E.; 468 

Mudd, Sandra K.; 521 

Mullins, Benny A.; 468 

Mullins, Dennis W.; 521 

Mullins, Helen F.; 245 

Mullins, Helen S.; 290 

Mullins, Jamie L.; 100, 402, 437 

Mullins, Rodney E.; 468 

Mullins, Vicki L.; 364, 468 

Mullins, William S.; 468 

Mumme, John S.; 468 

Munch, Roger; 491 

Muncy, Christopher A.; 180 

Muncy, Linda L.; 468 

Munday, Pamela A.; 521 

Mundey, Fredric K.; 468 

Munsey, Deborah L.; 521 

Munz, Deborah L.; 521 

Murphy, Beverly L; 146, 280 

Murphy, Carolyn M.; 261 

Murphy, Charles E.; 438, 521 

Murphy, Clarence W.; 468 

Murphy, Darlene F.; 521 

Murphy, James R.; 353 

Murphy, Kathleen D.; 245 

Murphy, Kenny W.; 521 

Murphy, Linda L.; 359, 491 

Murphy, Mary A.; 245 

Murphy, Randall L.; 521 

Murphy, Rebecca D.; 521 

Murphy, Terry L.; 146, 414 

Murphy, Thomas W.; 468 

Murphy, Walter R.; 212 

Murray, Angela G; 468 

Murray, Jacqueline S.; 491 

Murray, Roger A.; 212 

Musgrave, Thomas R.; 212, 418, 
359 

Musick, James M.; 521 



558 



Muskopf, Ann L.; 468 
Myatt, Hannelore; 521 
Myers, Carol E.; 521 
Myers, Charles S.; 180 
Myers, David H.; 521 
Myers, Regina J.; 468 
Myers^ Susan J.; 491 

— N— 

Nalley, Donald M.; 468 

Namazi, Kavoose; 521 

Nance, Rebecca S.; 491 

Nance, Vicki L.; 521 

Nantz, Michael W.; 417 

Napier, Charles M.; 245 

Napier, Donald G.; 425, 521 

Nash, Patricia A.; 521 

Naticchioni, Carolyn; 386, 49) 

Naylor, Lonnie C; 491 

Neal, Linda S.; 181 

Neal, Molly K.; 289, 491 

Neal, Paula L.; 287, 491 

Neal, Susan A.; 522 

Neale, Sue A.; 245, 373 

Necessary, Jerry D.; 468 

Needles, Kathy L.; 522 

Needy, Rita E.; 181 

Nelson, David W.; 468 

Nelson, Deborah L.; 522 

Nelson, Frankye S.; 181 

Nelson, William J.; 535 

Netzley, Richard A.; 468 

Neugebauer, John O.; 468 

Newcomb, Sam H.; 468, 469 

Newell, Patricia B.; 245, 266, 268, 
272, 276, 285, 348 

Newman Club; 365 

Newman, Richard A.; 413 

Newsome, Anthony L.; 522 

Newton, Peggy A.; 220 

Nicely, Raymonde; 383, 314, 468 

Nicholas, Joyce L.; 468 

Nicholas, Patricia A.; 468 

Nicholas, Steven E.; 383 

Nichols, Donna J.; 212, 291 

Nichols, Joanne P.; 245 

Nichols, Linda G.; 220 

Nichols, Linda S.; 357, 491, 376 

Nichols, Michael R.; 522 



Nichols, Philip A.; 212, 271 

Nicholson, Michael L.; 522 

Nickel, Randy E.; 376 

Nickel, Robert E.; 181 

Nickell, Barbara J.; 245, 522 

Nickell, Linda C; 522 

Nickell, Marcia D.; 152 

Nielander, Candice L.; 522 

Niemeier, Robert B.; 468 

Niemeyer, Frank B.; 491, 522 

Niemeyer, Robert M.; 320 

Niswonger, Susan J.; 376 

Nixon, William M.; 181 

Noble, Dale A.; 384, 181 

Noble, Herman; 245 

Noe, Donald O., Jr.; 522 

Noe, Larry R.; 522 

Noel, Gary C; 181 

Noel, Mary M. C; 181 

Noel, William A., Jr.; 261 

Noelcke, Richard H.; 522 

Nolan, Joyce L.; 522 

Nolan, Kenneth; 522 

Noland, Deborah L.; 358, 373, 522 

Noland, Gary T.; 491 

Noland, John A.; 468 

Nolte, Paul R.; 181, 274 

Nolting, Dennis R.; 468 

Nonnemacher, Stephani; 522 

Nooning, Roberta N; 468 

Nooning, Thomas L.; 245 

Norcross, Ronald L.; 468 

Nordheim, Daniel; 491 

Norfleet, Lynda S.; 381, 491 

Norman, David S.; 491 

Norman, Gary B.; 146 

Norris, Charles L.; 245 

Northcutt, Donna J.; 491 

Northern, Ernest B.; 522 

Norton, George P.; 491, 373 

Norton, Michael E.; 522 

Norton, Patricia A.; 522 

Nugent, Eileen P.; 522, 366 

Noland, John A.; 468 

Nuhn, Nancy J.; 245, 378 

Numann, Suzanne; 522 

Nunn, Arthur C; 522 

Nunn, Linda G.; 245, 358, 405, 
437 



Nussbaum, Kenneth P.; 522 
Nygren, Michael E.; 146, 424 

— o— 

O'Bryan, Ronald P.; 522 

OGrady, Kathleen M.; 468 

O'Hara, Mary A.; 245 

O'Neal, Danny W.; 146, 353 

O'Neal, David M.; 491 

O'Neill, Kathleen E.; 468 

O'Neill, Kathleen G.; 491 

O'Neill, Patricia A.; 445, 468 

O'Rea, Eric V.; 491 

Oakes, Becky A.; 522 

Oaks, Norma C; 522 

Oast, Angela K.; 522 

Oatley, Douglas W.; 385, 468, 383 

Odle, Merle R.; 425, 468 

Oerther, Beverly S.; 468 

Ogden, Barry M.; 491 

Okeson, Jeffrey P.; 181, 254, 418, 
374 

Okeson, Steven W.; 181, 254, 272, 
419, 418, 374 

Olin, Judy C; 383, 181 

Oliver, Carol A.; 491 

Oliver, Gregory L.; 522 

Oliver, Leon E.; 261 

Oliver, Patricia B.; 468 

Oliver, Stanley R.; 491 

Olthouse, Sharon L. P.; 245 

Omicron Alpha Kappa; 284 

Orchestra; 383 

Orme, Carolyn K.; 491 

Orth, Janet S.; 376 

Orth, Joyce L.; 357, 386, 522 

Osborn, Roberta A.; 491 

Osborne, Charles F.; 522 

Osborne, Dallas F., Jr.; 522 

Osborne, Gary L.; 468 

Osborne, Gary R.; 468 

Osborne, Glenda F.; 522 

Osborne, Hershel W.; 147 

Osborne, James F.; 212, 273, 385, 
314 

Osborne, Karen M.; 491 

Osborne, Larry S.; 468 

Osborne, Leonard S.; 468 

Osborne, Linda S.; 357, 522, 376 



Osborne, Madeline G.; 491 
Osborne, Marshall D.; 383 
Osborne, Michael B.; 522 
Osborne, Michael W.; 375 
Osborne, Patricia; 522 
Osborne, Rita J.; 213, 291 
Osborne, Stanley J.; 468 
Otis, Chester; 491 
Ott, Glenn A.; 468 
Overstreet, Geneva L.; 522 
Overstreet, Saundra M.; 522 
Overstreet, Shirley J.; 468 
Owen, Danny H.; 383, 522 
Owen, Morris W.; 522 
Owens, Charles A.; 522 
Owens, Charles A.; 491 
Owens, Delmar; 491 
Owens, Kenneth R.; 522 
Owens, Mary J.; 287 
Owens, Mava J.; 383, 491 
Owens, Sue A.; 402, 468 
Owens, William D.; 384 
Owings, Henry L.; 522 

— P— 

Pace, Audeen; 491 

Pace, Johnny L.; 417, 468 

Pack, David L.; 182 

Pack, Joe N; 522 

Pack, Richard M.; 491 

Paff, Kay C; 245, 354, 378, 409 

Page, Kenneth D.; 182, 289 

Pahner, Wilfred M.; 213, 421 

Palmer, Charles M.; 213 

Palmer, Jane A.; 468 

Palmer, Patricia K.; 522 

Palsgrove, Connie L.; 522 

Palsgrove, Russell T.; 468 

Papania, Renanne; 182 

Parasiliti, Joseph S.; 426 

Park, Bradley S.; 522 

Park, Karl S.; AAA 

Park, Marilyn S.; 402, 468 

Park, Michael F.; 445 

Park, Roberta L.; 522 

Parke, Earlene F.; 522 

Parke, Mary E. M.; 288 

Parker, Bill J.; 522 



559 



Parker, Diane E.; 468 

Parker, James K.; 182 

Parker, Roger G.; 468 

Parker, Wesley K.; 246, 373 

Parks, Dwight E.; 522 

Parks, Gerald L.; 468 

Parks, Juran D.; 535 

Parks, Leslie D.; 213 

Parks, Natasha T.; 491 

Parmley, Virginia I.; 491, 384 

Parrett, David D.; 468 

Parrett, Linda L.; 492 

Parrigin, Joy L.; 492 

Parrish, Jerry A.; 182 

Parrish, William V.; 213 

Parrott, Robert J.; 417 

Parsley, Jane S.; 468 

Parsons, Darryl A.; 468 

Parsons, Gayle A.; 182 

Parsons, Thurman M.; 522 

Parsons, Twyla L.; 522 

Parsons, Willis R.; 182 

Partin, Ronnie R.; 522 

Parton, Wanda J.; 410 

Parvin, Patricia J.; 522 

Pasley, Howard B.; 535 

Pasley, James M.; 421 

Pasley, Patricia A.; 182 

Pater, Sylvia A.; 469 

Patrick, Cecil D.; 522 

Patrick, Edith S.; 246 

Patrick, Teresa I.; 523 
Patterson, John W.; 147 

Patterson, Kay, 373 
Patterson, Kenneth R.; 355 
Patterson, Virginia K; 246 
Patterson, Wayne R.; 366, 469 
Patton, Glenda G. H.; 152 
Paul, Gary M.; 309 
Pauley, Annette S.; 535 
Paulin, Carl L.; 147 
Paulin, Donald A.; 523 
Pavlisko, John J.; 261, 334 
Payne, Albert B.; 523 
Payne, John D.; 523 
Peace, Carlos B.; 213 
Peace, Edward F.; 469 
Peace, Ethel P.; 523 



Peace, Kenneth E.; 492 

Pean, Sherri L.;358, 359, 410 

Pease, Kristine D.; 492 

Peavler, Brenda F.; 469 

Peavler, Janice L.; 523 

Peck, Priscilla A.; 492 

Peck, Thomas E.; 377 

Peddicord, Frank L.; 523 

Peeke, Carol J.; 469 

Peeke, Dorothy L.; 182, 273 

Peercy, Barbara L.; 182, 291 

Peercy, Betty D.; 469 

Pellegrinon, James V.; 287, 476, 
492 

Pelly, Donald E.; 523 

Pence, Sharon A.; 383, 469 

Pendergrass, Bonnie S.; 246 

Pendergrass, Linda L.; 182 

Pendleton, David L.; 523 

Pendygraft, Robert L.; 523 

Penn, Charles W.; 383, 523 

Pennard, Donna L.; 182, 285, 402 

Pennington, Barbara; 409, 469 

Pennington, Tommie J.; 246 

Pennycuff, Janet R.; 183 

Perdue, Saundra L.; 246 

Pergram, Larry S.; 381, 288, 469 

Perkins, Barbara J.; 492 

Perkins, Carolyn L.; 523 

Perkins, James W.; 535 

Perkins, John S.; 445 

Perks, Denzil J.; 183, 270, 290 

Perry, Brenda L.; 469 

Perry, Dorman L.; 523 

Perry, Douglas W.; 469 

Perry, James D.; 213 

Perry, John J.; 469 

Perry, Linda G.; 523 

Perry, Marva J.; 183, 354, 293 

Perry, Maxine L.; 183 

Pershing Rifles; 440, 4i2 

Persley, Beverly L.; 469 

Peters, Charles R.; 213 

Peters, Harry B., Jr.; 492 

Peterson, Mary R.; 523, 376 

Petrey, James H.; 469 

Petter, Earl W.; 523 

Pettigrew, Anna L.; 314, 492 




During a hotly contested field hockey match these three girls 
demonstrate their graceful feminine form. 



Petzold, Daniel A.; 183 

Peveler, Charles P.; 246 

Peveler, Kitty A.; 152 

Pezzarossi, John J.; 147 

Pfersick, Polly G; 535 

Pfluger, Barry L.; 383, 523 

Pharis, Carl W.; 261 

Phelps, David R.; 286, 436, 469 

Phelps, Jackie L.; 286, 436, 469 

Phelps, Janet S.; 246 

Phi Alpha Theta; 292 

Phi Delta Theta; 418, 419 

Phi Mu Alpha; 383 

Phelps, Patty A.; 492 

Phillips, Arnold, Jr.; 523 

Phillips, Barbara A.; 469 

Phillips, Francis P.; 523 

Phillips, Gail; 492 

Phillips, Gerry; 387 

Phillips, Jesse R.; 246 

Phillips, Judith W.; 402 

Phillips, Kathleen K; 183, 402, 
254, 428 

Phillips, Linda C; 183, 272, 277, 
285, 404, 405, 428 

Phillips, Melody A.; 183 

Phillips, Norman E.; 184, 426 

Phillips, Vickie W.; 523 

Philon, Cleophas; 246 

Philp, Germaine; 523, 376 

Philpot, Earl; 246 



Philpot, Fred A.; 523 

Philpot, Ricky L.; 358, 359, 410, 
492 

Phipps, Linda E.; 246 

Photographers; 446 

Pi Kappa Alpha; 420 

Pi Omega Pi; 290 

Pi Tau Chi; 290 

Pickarski, John E.; 147 

Pickett, David T.; 523 

Pickett, James M.; 523 

Pickett, Lloyd V., Jr.; 523 

Pickrell, J.; 383 

Pickrell, Paul G; 492 

Pierce, George B.; 213, 366 

Pierce, George D.; 290 

Pierce, Norma C; 184 

Piercey, Naomi F.; 469 

Pigg, Jerrold C; 213 

Pike, Pamela L.; 469 

Pingitore, Joseph D.; 523 

Pinnick, Alan J.; 523 

Pinson, Raymond, Jr.; 184, 270, 
364 

Piper, Joyce A.; 523 

Pipes, Joyce R.; 184, 383 

Pippin, Ann L.; 364, 492 

Pitcock, Nancy L.; 523 

Pitman, John M.; 184 

Pittman, Gayle J.; 492 

Pittman, Hilda; 246 



560 



Pittman, Hillman E.; 523 

Planck, Judy L.; 469 

Piatt, Howard C; 469 

Piatt, Nancy E.; 523 

Playforth, Janet S.; 492 

Pleva, Robert A.; 309, 246 

Plotts, Robert T.; 147 

Plouvier, William R.; 492 

Plummer, Bonnie J. C; 184 

Plummer, James D.; 213 

Poe, Richard B.; 184 

Poer, James E.; 469 

Pohlmann, Donna L.; 184, 285, 
289, 293 

Pohlmann, Jeanne R.; 523 

Poling, Ronald G.; 374, 286, 469 

Polity Society; 293 

Ponder, LelveL; 182, 426 

Poore, William C; 152 

Pope, Janice A.; 213, 291 

Pope, Pamela M.; 492 

Poplar, Eugene C; 184 

Poppenhouse, Gary B.; 213 

Porter, Eugenia C; 523 

Porter, James R.; 261 

Porter, Joseph M.; 261, 290 

Porter, Mary M.; 523 

Post, Holly R.; 523, 384, 383 

Poston, Daniel D.; 523 

Potrafke, Larry S.; 492 

Pott, Kenneth L.; 523 

Pottenger, Vernon E.; 523 

Potter, Cecelia S.; 386, 492 

Potter, Lavonna; 492 

Potter, Lewis H; 469 

Potter, Spencer G.; 469 

Potter, Vicki G.; 492 

Potter, William H.; 147 

Potts, Richard L.; 523 

Pound, Kathryn A.; 184 

Powell, Charles N.; 535 

Powell, Dennis W.; 469 

Powell, Jerry L.; 523 

Powell, John A.; 523 

Powell, Luther L.; 261, 288 

Powell, Martha J.; 492 

Powell, Victoria G; 523 

Power, Kathryn L.; 437, 524 



Powers, Donald G.; 492 

Powers, Henry S.; 469 

Powers, Janice F. M.; 469 

Powers, Janine E.; 246 

Powers, Mary A.; 469 

Powers, Van A.; 492 

Powers, Wanda M.; 524 

Poyamsky, Bonnie L.; 282 

Poynter, Charles D.; 469 

Poynter, Daryl L.; 449, 524 

Poynter, Jerry L.; 374, 492 

Poynter, Margaret A.; 469 

Poynter, Margaret S.; 246 

Poynter, Peggy; 378 

Pozarnsky, Beverly J.; 213, 283, 
269 

Pozarnsky, Bonnie L.; 213 

Pracht, Susan K.; 469 

Praither, John D.; 469 

Praither, Paul M.; 524 

Prater, Helen R.; 524 

Prater, Linda K.; 524 

Prater, Paulette H.; 184 

Prather, Kerry W.; 524 

Prather, Sharon A.; 524 

Prather, Terry L.; 438 

Pratt, James A.; 287, 492 

Pratt, Richard J.; 524 

Pratts, Joe; 277, 377, 418 

Preece, Virginia A.; 147, 405 

Prescott, Lynn R.; 469 

Presley, Thomas W.; 213 

Preston, Dennis A.; 383, 524 

Prewitt, Betty F.; 524 

Prewitt, Charles B.; 184 

Prewitt, Edna B.; 524 

Prewitt, Jan R.; 524 

Prewitt, William C; 184 

Price, Brenda G.; 524 

Price, Catherine M.; 524 

Price, Dianna G; 524 

Price, Earl C; 469 

Price, Edward A.; 524 

Price, Jerry L.; 492 

Price, Kenneth L.; 213 

Price, William G.; 524 

Prikryl, Kristina R.; 524 

Pritchett, Deborah T.; 376, 524 



Proctor, James M.; 383 
Proffitt, Mary E.; 524 
Progress; 444 
Pryse, John C; 374, 417 
Pryse, Pamela J.; 524 
Psi Chi; 29S 
Puckett, David L.; 524 
Puckett, Sharon G; 493 
Pullen, Wanda D.; 469 
Pulliam, Alton B., Jr.; 213 
Purcell, Ishmael L.; 425, 493 
Purcell, Jerry M.; 535 
Pursiful, Karen A.; 524 
Pursifull, Cleophus; 469 
Putnam, Kenneth W.; 184, 426 
Putnam, Lucinda J.; 524 
Pyle, Daniel L.; 147 
Pyle, Judith N.; 493 



Quarles, Thomas C, Jr.; 524 
Queen, Louie L.; 524 
Queener, James R.; 493 
Quick, Bruce W.; 524 
Quick, John L .; 386 
Quick, William T, II; 524 
Quig, Gary S.; 469 
Quiggins, Pamela K.; 493 
Quiggins, Sharon E.; 493 
Quire, Kathy G.; 364, 524 
Quire, Nancy L.; 246 

— R— 

Race, Lezlie A.; 524 
Rader, John J.; 524 
Rader, Judy L.; 524 
Rader, Kathleen; 357 
Rader, Terry E.; 524 
Ragan, Richard D.; 524 
Ragland, Brenda S.; 354, 469 
Ragland, Judith A.; 247 
Raher, Edgar A.; 493 
Raines, Richard L.; 524 
Rains, Brenda G.; 524 
Rains, David A.; 184, 445 
Rainville, Linda M.; 376, 524 
Rairden, Gregory K.; 524 
Raisor, Dennis S.; 493 



Raisor, JoeC; 373, 524 

Raker, Edgar A.; 287 

Ralston, David T.; 425 

Ramey, Don T.; 493 

Ramm, Jean E.; 261 

Ramsey, Frances M. Q.; 214 

Ramsey, James M.; 147 

Ramsey, Julia H.; 383, 384, 469 

Ramsey, Lois A.; 376, 357, 524 

Ramsey, Nikki L.; 357, 493 

Ramsey, Paul A.; 147 

Randall, Roberta L.; 364 

Ranghorst, Andrea; 289 

Raniero, Louis A., Jr.; 493 

Ransom, Margie C; 261 

Rapp, Daniel A.; 524 

Rapp, Kenneth J.; 493 

Rapp, Ronald J.; 214 

Ratcliff, William R.^493 

Ratliff, Billie K.; 383, 409, 428 

Ratliff, Donald P.; 214 

Ratliff, Frederick C; 493 

Ratliff, James R.; 184 

Ratliff, Mary L.; 410, 411, 469 

Rauen, Patricia L.; 493 

Rausch, Elizabeth A.; 247 

Rawson, Janice L.; 493 

Raymond, Holly A.; 469 

Razor, Alan S.; 469 

Razor, Sharon L.; 184, 402, 428 

Read, Sandra E.; 525 

Reagan, Stuart A.; 287, 476, 493 

Reasor, David L.; 364 

Reasor, Edward D.; 525 

Reaster, Thomas J.; 383, 469 

Rebmann, James R.; 184 

Rebmann, Richard B.; 185 

Rector, Carol L.; 152 

Redding, Kendra J.; 525 

Redfern, Larry K; 525 

Redford, Jimmie L.; 469 

Redmond, Eddie L.; 525 

Reece, Gary E.; 469 

Reed, Charles B., Ill; 493 

Reed, Eric L.; 185 

Reed, Ernest J.; 469 

Reed, Gary L.; 349 

Reed, Gwendolyn S.; 359, 409, 493 



561 



Reed, Jacqueline L.; 493 

Reed, Linda G.; 525 

Reed, Lynne C; 525 

Reed, Peter D.; 320, 493 

Reed, Phillip G.; 525 

Reed, Sandra L.; 214, 290, 291 

Reed, Sharon K.; 525 

Reed, Stephen L.; 469 

Reeder, Sam B., Jr.; 375 

Reedy, Gail S.; 377, 378, 493 

Reeves, Deborah J.; 493 

Reeves, Gregory A.; 493 

Reeves, Janice E.; 493 

Reeves, Sandra K.; 469 

Reeves, Sue J.; 383 

Reeves, Vickie L.; 377, 469 

Reeves, William B.; 493 

Regan, Timothy M.; 147 

Reger, Daphne D.; 247 

Rehfuss, Stephen J.; 185 

Rehkamp, Eileen M.; 493 

Reid, Lucretia J.; 493 

Reid, Mary K.; 525 

Reid, Ronald L.; 469 

Reid, Thomas L.; 525 

Reifsnyder, Jackie C; 376, 384, 
357, 525 

Reilly, Michael P.; 525 

Reinders, Janyce L.; 493 

Reinheimer, Rebecca E.; 357, 525 

Reister, Leo J.; 525 

Reitz, Chris J.; 469 

Relford, GlennaM.; 525 

Relford, Thelma F.; 493 

Remer, Roger D.; 185, 334 
Remus, Mary J.; 469 
Rench, John F.; 412 
Renner, Cheryl L.; 525 
Reppert, Dolores; 185, 374 
Reynolds, Carolyn D.; 493 
Reynolds, Charles E.; 147 
Reynolds, Cynthia D.; 525 
Reynolds, Dennis; 373 
Reynolds, Dan C; 493 
Reynolds, Gary A.; 525 
Reynolds, Harold D.; 525 
Reynolds, James M.; 525 
Reynolds, James W.; 493 



Reynolds, Jo A.; 525 
Reynolds, Joe A.; 493 
Rhodes, Byno R., II; 383 
Rhodes, Myra G.; 425 
Rhodes, Yvonne W.; 261 
Rhodus, Susan A. M.; 247 
Rhudy, Ted B.; 214 
Riano, Jairo I.; 214 
Riano, Jewell E.T.; 185 
Rice, Edna J.; 493 
Rice, George R.; 525 
Rice, Gregory D.; 469 
Rice, Harry R.; 214 
Rice, Pamela J.; 493 
Rice, Patricia A. G. N.; 469 
Rice, Vernon E.; 261 
Richard, Terry A.; 247, 377 

Richardson, Carolyn L.; 409, 469, 

437 

Richardson, George D.; 525 
Richardson, Jimmy L.; 525 
Richardson, Kenneth A.; 493 
Richardson, Larry E.; 493 
Richardson, Marilyn S.; 381 
Richardson, Michael A.; 214 
Richeson, Martha J.; 384, 493 
Richmond, Catherine A.; 525 
Richter, Linda D.; 384, 493 
Ricketts, Linda E.; 470 
Riddell, Thomas D.; 470 
Riddle, Mary K.; 493 
Riddle, Morris W.; 185 
Riddlebarger, Edwin H; 525 
Ridley, Dwon C; 493 
Riggins, Bruce E.; 525 
Riggins, Karen Y. W.; 185 
Riggins, Lindy H; 214, 413, 428 
Riggle, Marsha L.; 383, 384, 525 
Riggs, Robert M.; 470 
Riggs, Veronica J. M.; 185, 381 
Riley, Allen K; 147 
Riley, Deborah S.; 525 
Riley, Isabell; 247 
Riley, Mary E.; 377, 493 
Riordan, Paula J.; 185 
Ripperdan, Sharleen C; 525 
Risner, Terry; 185, 375 
Ritchey, Patricia M.; 493 
Ritchie, Carolyn K.; 381, 525 



Ritchie, Sharon L.; 525 

Ritter, Harriette A.; 470 

Ritter, Kenneth M.; 445 

Ritter, Larry A.; 214 

Roach, Charles P.; 147 

Roach, Judge R.; 470 

Roach, Mary S.; 493 

Roach, Richard; 413, 386 

Robb, Sherry L.; 525 

Robbins, Barbara P.; 291 

Robbins, Eldon L.; 214 

Robbins, Trudy D. F.; 247 

Roberts, Bobby J.; 470 

Roberts, Brenda C; 493 

Roberts, Glenda F.; 525 

Roberts, James M.; 262 

Roberts, James S.; 493 

Roberts, Linda S.; 525 

Roberts, Lynda K; 247 

Roberts, Malvin D.; 147 

Roberts, Michael L.; 147 

Roberts, Pamela J.; 364, 525 

Roberts, Patricia D.; 247, 377 

Roberts, Roger S.; 525 

Roberts, Robert; 413 

Roberts, William L.; 214 

Robertson, Donna S. R.; 247 

Robertson, James M.; 525 

Robertson, James M.; 286 

Robertson, Kevin M.; 383, 493 

Robertson, Larry E.; 324 

Robertson, Warren J.; 470 

Robey, Kenneth W , 185, 271, 286, 
417 

Robinette, Gene; 374 

Robinette, Hulen G.; 525 

Robinette, Peggy I..; 493 

Robinson, Carol J.; 525 

Robinson, Charles D.; 525 

Robinson, George E.; 247 

Robinson, Linda C; 470 

Robinson, Linda L.; 186 

Robinson, Marilyn O.; 525 

Robinson, Marion M.; 470 

Robinson, Marita; 525 

Robinson, Paul R.; 525 

Robinson, Ruth E.; 525 

Robinson, Shirley J.; 493 

Robinson, Vonda L.; 214 



Robinson, Wanda; 247 
Robinson, William A.; 470 
Robinson, William E., Jr.; 525 
Robison, Marlene D.; 525 
Roby, Ron; 330 
Roche, Jere K; 262 
Roche, Peggi A.; 525 
Rockenstein, Stephen; 493 
Rodan, Hannah L.; 470 
Roddy, Linda L.; 354, 247 
Rodgers, Carl; 353 
Rodgers, Richard G.; 470 
Rodman, Sue A.; 535 
Rodriguez, Natalie; 525 
Roe, Danny G.; 525 
Roell, Susan J.; 525 
Roesch, Judith C; 376, 493 
Rogers, Anne N.; 525 
Rogers, Danny D.; 525 
Rogers, Delmar M.; 525 
Rogers, Donald T.; 525 
Rogers, Edith P.; 247 
Rogers, Elizabeth A.; 247 
Rogers, Ellen D.; 262 
Rogers, Hazel J.; 493 
Rogers, Herbert J.; 470 
Rogers, Joanne; 526 
Rogers, Jodye; 376 
Rogers, Kenneth L.; 493 
Rogers, Mary T.; 526 
Rogers, Michael C; 526 
Rogers, Paul B.; 493 
r ?&:-r;, Randall; 526 
Rogers, Rebecca S.; 186 
Rogers, Susan; 289 
Roggenkamp, Germaine; 494 
Rohrer, Brenda D.; 526 
Rolfes, Linda J.; 526 
Roller, Susan J.; 383, 494 
Rollings, Rae P.; 526 
Rollins, James M.; 526 
Rollins, James R.; 214, 364 
Rollins, Ralph; 291 
Romohr, Gary L.; 470 
Ronnberg, Margaretha; 526 
Ronny, Thomas; 273 
Rose, Chester A.; 309 
Rose, Diana R.; 247 



562 




When high school students take a day to look at Eastern, they 
look at everything. 



Rose, Donna L.; 526 
Rose, Eulane D.; 186 
Rose, Mary C; 494 
Rosenberger, Belinda; 186 
Rosenthal, Vincent D.; 214, 418 
Rosenrweig, Jacob; 526 
Roser, Laura L.; 366, 470 
Ross, Charles E.; 421 
Ross, Julia L.; 383, 494 
Ross, Linda L.; 186 
Ross, Susan L.; 526 
Ross, William D.; 417 
Rossi, John A.; 186 
ROTC Sponsors; 437 
Roth, Harry L., II; 526 
Roth, Paterson R.; 214 
Rousey, Connie S.; 526 



Rowe, Gerald L.; 374, 494 
Rowe, Judy L.; 359, 470 
Rowe, Linda L.; 377 
Rowland, Verna M.; 186 
Rowlett, Robert A.; 214 
Rowlett, Sandra K.; 526 
Rowlett, Terry A.; 526 
Rowley, Sue E.; 494 
Roy, Alice F.; 494 
Roy, Mary K.; 526 
Roy, Paul L.; 470 
Royalty, Judith R.; 526 
Royalty, Larry W.; 494 
Royalty, Rosalee; 470 
Royse, Barbara A.; 526 
Royster, Mary A.; 247 
Rozy, Connie; 437 



Ruby, Paula L.; 494 
Ruchka, Philip, Jr.; 214 
Ruck, John E.; 494 
Ruck, Nancy L.; 526 
Ruckman, Steven M.; 494 
Ruder, Margaret B.; 535 
Ruder, Samuel L.; 494 
Rue, Insco W.; 384, 314 
Rue, Rebecca J.; 383, 526 
Ruffner, Michael B.; 470 
Ruh, Robert J., Jr.; 470 
Rulon, Kathryn; 526 
Runyon, James D.; 526 
Runyon, Phillip; 494 
Rupard, Stephen A.; 494 
Rusch, William M., Jr.; 526 
Russell, Carolyn A.; 147 
Russell, DaleL.; 215 
Russell, Janet D.; 262 
Russell, Nancy L.; 277 
Russell, Nancy L.; 247 
Russell, Robert J.; 186 
Russell, Roger D.; 470 
Russell, Ronald L.; 248 
Rust, Allen D.; 186 
Ruth, James H.; 186 
Ryan, Anthony D.; 526 
Ryan, Harriet L.; 377, 470 
Ryan, Margaret M.; 494 
Ryan, Sharon A.; 526 
Rymell, Robert M.; 186 
Ryser, Kandy L.; 526 
Rysewyk, Douglas; 248 

— s— 

Sabatelli, Rosanne; 248, 373 
Sabo, John E.; 470 
Saccone, Rocke L.; 215 
Saffell, Larry L.; 470 
Sainlar, Robert L.; 470 
Salko, Shirley M.; 285 
Sallee, Linda G.; 526 
Salyer, Deborah A.; 526 
Salyer, Linda L. L.; 248 
Sammons, Gary E.; 215 
Sammons, Michael H.; 470 
Sammons, Robert A.; 526 
Samons, Gregory K.; 215 



Samons, Oscar; 215 

Samples, Rebecca L.; 494 

Sampson, Elmer E.; 526 

Sand, Susan C; 376, 470 

Sanders, Era G; 494 

Sanders, John K.; 187 

Sanders, Robert E.; 215 

Sanders, Robert L.; 215 

Sandford, Robert M.; 320 

Sandidge, Beverly J.; 470 

Sandker, Brenda J.; 404, 405, 470 

Sapp, Phil D.; 494 

Sarlls, Lindy J.; 526 

Satchwell, Daryl L.; 313, 526 

Saunders, James R.; 330, 494 

Saunders, Paul L., 248 

Saunders, Thomas E.; 494 

Sawyer, Andrew B.; 215 

Saylor, Esaw; 526 

Saylor, Laura B.; 526 

Saylor, Martha; 494 

Scabbard and Blade: 286 

Scalf, Danny D.; 470 

Scalf, David R.; 470 

Scalf, Jerry W.; 526 

Scarborough, John H.; 425, 494 

Schaefer, Christina L.; 500, 526 

Schafer, Sandra L.; 314, 287, 494 

Scheidel, Paul B.; 248, 324 

Schenker, Edith B.; 526 

Schiavone, Daniel G; 526 

Schieman, Barbara A.; 526 

Schleigh, Craig B.; 526 

Schloemer, Stephanie; 526 

Schloss, Gayle E.; 288, 359, 445, 
470 

Schlosser, Cynthia A.; 526 

Schmidt, Karen J.; 445, 470 

Schmidt, Lynne M.; 365, 526 

Schmied, Orville K.; Jr.; 526 

Schnell, Nicola S.; 373, 526 

Schockling, Leonard; 365 

Schoellmann, Walter; 470 

Schomaker, Roger G.; 526 

Schooley, J.; 383 

Schott, Barbara; 248, 285 

Schoulthies, Jackie L.; 526 

Schrader, Jacqueline; 374 

Schrader, Mary J.; 470 



563 



Schradin, Linda M.; 215, 291, 296 

Schradin, Sharon L.; 386, 494 

Schreick, Ronald A.; 494 

Schroeder, Thomas E.; 526 

Schuetz, Shirley L.; 494 

Schuff, Vicki L.; 248, 373 

Schulte, Pamela M.; 494 

Schultz, William P.; 330 

Schumacher, Mary M.; 148 

Schummer, Sandra L.; 248, 285, 
366 

Schwallie, Ronald L.; 470 

Schwartz, Glenda K.; 470 

Schwartz, Jim; 320 

Schwartz, Rhonda R.; 494 

Schwarz, James V.; 494 

Schweikert, Gary L.; 494 

Schweitzer, Sherrill; 402, 494 

Sciarra, Edward A.; 470 

Sckloemer, Stephanie; 365 

Scola, Suzanne C; 410, 411, 428, 
470 

Scott, Diana L.; 470 

Scott, Dianna K.; 494 

Scott, Jerry R.; 148 

Scott, Linda L.; 354, 248, 405 

Scott, Marsha G.; 526 

Scott, William U.; 187 

Scrivner, Charles G.; 494 

Scroggin, Marilyn J.; 409, 494 

Sea, Phyllis D. B.; 248 

Seale, Elbert F.; 422, 148, 428 

Searcy, Candice L. S.; 187 

Searcy, James L.; 383 

Searcy, Maurice L.; 366, 319 

Searcy, Michael P.; 248, 425 

Sears, Karen M. C; 273 

Sears, Linda L.; 526 

Sears, Linda L.; 526 

Sears, Linda S.; 526 

Sears, Margene; 494 

Sears, Robert M.; 470 

Seaton, Esther G; 526 

Seay, John D.; 375 

Sebastian, Alex E.; 248 

Sebastian, Doris J.; 470 

Sebastian, Jerry; 215 

Secrist, Charles R.; 471 

See, Mary P.; 384 



Seidelman, Janice M.; 526 
Seifer, Elizabeth R.; 526 
Sellers, Clyde E.; 494 
Sellman, Richard L.; 416, 417 
Semones, Donna S.; 527 
Sennet, Deborah A.; 527 
Serge, Victoria L.; 527 
Sergeant, Donna M.; 365 
Settles, Beverly L.; 494 
Settles, Sandra K.; 376, 357, 471 
Severs, Carol R.; 377, 494 
Sevier, Sharon A.; 527 
Sewell, Charles B., Ill; 436, 527 
Sewell, Charles K.; 438, 527 
Sewell, Judith C; 248 
Sexton, Danny S.; 291 
Sexton, Patricia A.; 471 
Sexton, Roberta L.; 527 
Shackelford, Peggy A.; 248 
Shafer, Candis L. C; 262 
Shakib, Susan; 471 
Shannon, Michael E.; 471 
Sharp, Ann F.; 187, 289 
Sharp, Berta D.; 494 
Sharp, Pamela S.; 527 
Sharpe, Jonathan W.; 215 
Sharum, Sue A.; 365, 471 
Shasek, Edward A., Jr.; 320 
Shaurer, Stella K.; 383, 527 
Shaw, David L.; 148, 418, 437 
Shaw, Rita L.; 187, 279, 285 
Shaw, Valerie E.; 383, 494 
Shay, Carl A., Jr.; 324, 494 
Shea, Richard W.; 215 
Shearer, Alana J.; 471 
Shearer, John W.; 527 
Shearer, Larry W.; 248 
Shearin, Gwendolyn; 527 
Shelburne, Ralph L.; 471 
Shell, Barbara A.; 527 
Shellenberger, Evelyn L.; 248 
Shelton, Ronald J.; 527 
Shelton, Sandra A.; 262 
Shepard, Regina K.; 471 
Shepard, Robert A.; 187 
Shepherd, Phyllis J.; 494 
Shepherd, Randy S.; 494 
Shepherd, Wayne; 471 



Sheppard, Jan M.; 527 
Sher, Michael N.; 383, 384, 471 
Sheridan, Patrick T.; 494 
Sherman, Gary L.; 187 
Sherman, Richard L.; 220 
Shields, Barbara J.; 152 
Shields, Bobby A.; 527 
Shields, Deborah G; 535 
Shields, Gary L.; 381, 527 
Shields, Sondra C; 527 
Shine, Patrick T.; 422, 436, 471 
Shipp, Charlton A.; 471 
Shireman, Mark C; 494 
Shirley, Anne V.; 187 
Shiveley, Sharon E.; 405, 494 
Shockley, Gary W.; 527 
Shook, Cheryl A.; 471 
Short, Bernie A.; 494 
Short, Willard; 471 
Shotwell, Connie M.; 494 
Shouse, Georganna; 535 
Shrader, Betsy H.; 366, 471 
Shrader, J. Darlene; 471 
Shrout, Gary D.; 366 
Shrout, James N.; 148, 358 
Shuck, Laurence W.; 248 
Shuff, Thomas H.; 216 
Shull, Virginia L.; 187 
Shumard, James W.; 471 
Shumard, Vicki L.; 527 
Siders, Donna P.; 437 
Siders, Michael P.; 527 
Sidles, Joseph W.; 527 
Siebel, Robert A.; 471 
Siebert, Wayne R.; 471 
Sieg, William J.; 148 
Siemon, Brian R.; 421 
Sievert, Barbara D.; 220 
Sigma Delta Pi; 291 
Sigma Nu; 422, 423 
Sigma Tau Pi; 291 
Sigman, Judy A.; 384, 383 
Silcox, Nancy J.; 527 
Siler, Barbara A.; 471 
Siler, Freddie M.; 187 
Siler, Patricia K.; 527 
Siller, Carole L.; 527 
Silvious, Kenneth R.; 319 



Simon, Gerald W.; 216 
Simon, Mary K.; 357, 187 
Simpkins, Eleanor J.; 494 
Simpson, Celinda L.; 527 
Simpson, Daniel W.; 148 
Simpson, Ellen H.; 494 
Simpson, James A.; 216, 426 
Simpson, Marysusan J.; 494 
Simpson, Michael K; 324 
Simpson, Roger L.; 216 
Simpson, Ronald L.; 527 
Simpson, Rose M.; 494 
Simpson, Stephen S.; 216 
Simpson, William E.; 471 
Sims, Daniel C; 187 
Sims, Elizabeth J.; 527 
Sims, John E.; 471 
Sims, Margie A.; 527 
Sims, Patricia A.; 249 
Sims, Terry J.; 494 
Singer, Craig S.; 381, 349 
Singleton, Brenda L.; 187 
Singleton, Terry W.; 494 
Sininger, Linda F.; 249 
Sintz, Karen S.; 216, 290 
Sipe, Wanita M.; 527 
Sipes, Patricia A.; 249 
Sircle, Randal A.; 527 
Sitz, Jacqueline S.; 527 
Sizemore, Glenda K.; 249 
Sizemore, Johnnie M.; 187 
Sizemore, Shirley R.; 527 
Skaggs, Elizabeth H.; 249 
Skaggs, Ernest W.; 494 
Skaggs, Gregory A.; 494 
Skaggs, Margaret A.; 287, 495 
Skea, Kenneth; 527 
Skeen, Gilda E.; 495 
Skeen, Jay H.; 495 
Skeen, Phyllis D.; 527 
Skelton, Jane W.; 216 
Skidmore, Patricia A.; 527 
Skinner, William, Jr.; 527 
Skipworth, Jody K; 527 
Sliva, Virginia K.; 376, 357, 471 
Sloan, Harold S.; 495 
Slone, Andrew P.; 527 
Slone, Cullen B.; 383, 495 



564 



Slone, George T.; 527 
Slone, Johnnie O.; 527 
Slusher, Arnold R.; 353, 187 
Slusher, George M.; 187 
Slusher, Phyllis E.; 527 
Small, Susan L.; 364, 495 
Smart, Hubert F.; 187, 421 
Smart, Linda A. R.; 249 
Smart, Rita H.; 471 
Smith, Betty S.; 495 
Smith, Beverly A.; 249 
Smith, Blaine R.; 384, 527 
Smith, Bonnie S.; 249 
Smith, Carol S.; 216 
Smith, Carolyn R.; 383 
Smith, Charles H.; 471 
Smith, Charlie J.; 377, 471 
Smith, Cheryl L.; 495 
Smith, Clara M.; 495 
Smith, Connie S.; 527 
Smith, Craig C; 495 
Smith, Curtis M.; 527 
Smith, Deanne E.; 437, 495 
Smith, Deborah K; 527 
Smith, Dianne; 495 
Smith, Donna D.; 374 
Smith, Donna K.; 527 
Smith, Dorinda L.; 216 
Smith, Doris G.; 527 
Smith, Douglas W.; 188 
Smith, Eric A.; 422, 471 
Smith, Eura, Jr.; 187 
Smith, Freida K.; 249, 373 
Smith, Gary D.; 216 
Smith, Hal D.; 495 
Smith, Jackie K.; 527 
Smith, James; 374 
Smith, James D.; 527 
Smith, James R.; 471 
Smith, Jane; 290 
Smith, Janice R.; 527 
Smith, Jayne W.; 249, 495 
Smith, Jerry; 386 
Smith, John L.; 527 
Smith, Johnny T.; 527 
Smith, Joyce A.; 471 
Smith, Judy E.; 471 
Smith, Kenneth A.; 216 



Smith, LaMonda D.; 527 

Smith, Leanna; 495 

Smith, Lynda K.; 471 

Smith, Mark R.; 495 

Smith, Melvin S.; 527 

Smith, Michael D.; 188 

Smith, Mildred L.; 527 

Smith, Mitchell E.; 495 

Smith, Pamela S.; 527 

Smith, Patricia R.; 249, 283, 293 

Smith, Pauline; 188 

Smith, Phyllis A.; 495 

Smith, Rhonda C; 528 

Smith, Rita M.; 188 

Smith, Robert L.; 148 

Smith, Robert L.; 188 

Smith, Ronald A.; 152 

Smith, Sandra A.; 358, 528 

Smith, Sharon; 249 

Smit, Sharon A.; 495 

Smith, Sharon A.; 378 

Smith, Sharon S.; 528 

Smith, Sherry L.; 471 

Smith, Shirley A.; 364, 528 

Smith, Shirley J.; 188 

Smith, Terry A.; 249, 289, 373, 
383 

Smith, Thaddeus M.; 528 

Smith, Ulys; 148 

Smith, William A.; 216, 358 

Smith, William T.; 188 

Smith, Wilma J.; 528 

Smith, Wilson V.; 471 

Smoot, John N.; 471 

Smoot, Virginia I.; 528 

Smothers, James D.; 528 

Smothers, Joseph R.; 528 

Smyers, Janet E.; 528 

Smyth, Janie L.; 471 

Smyth, Wathena; 188 

Snapp, Erma J.; 528 

Snapp, Linda S.; 188 

Snapp, Myra J.; 495 

Snell, David H.; 262 

Snell, Nolan S.; 495 

Snelling, Joel A.; 495 

Snider, Debbie K .; 495 

Snowden, Eugene L.; 528 



Snyder, Jill E.; 528 

Snyder, Kenneth T.; 471 

Snyder, Michael H.; 495 

Snyder, Richard N.; 188 

Snyder, Ross M.; 249 

Sobanski, Richard C; 438, 188, 
436 

Solomon, Raymond P.; 188 

Solvey, Larry V.; 287, 495 

Sorrell, Betsy A.; 528 

Sorrel I, Charlotte E.; 528 

Sosby, James E.; 495 

Souder, Robert A.; 528 

Southard, Perry N.; 471 

Sowder, Brenda F.; 528 

Sowders, Jeannette B.; 262 

Sowers, Jerry R.; 528 

Spalding, George W.; 148 

Spann, Larry D.; 152 

Sparkman, Robert P.; 188 

Sparks, Carolyn S.; 528 

Sparks, Glenna I.; 528 

Sparks, Lois; 376, 148, 437 

Sparks, Ralph V.; 528 

Sparks, Stephen D.; 495 

Sparks, Sue A.; 535 

Sparnon, Raymond L.; 528 

Sparrow, Jerry H.; 495 

Sparrow, John A.; 471 

Speagle, Brenda J.; 528 

Speaks, Timothy D.; 216, 421 

Spears, Samuel D.; 496 

Spector, Paul; 471 

Speed, Sue A.; 359, 358, 471 

Spence, William E.; 249 

Spencer, Barbara A. C; 249 

Spencer, Beverley A.; 471 

Spencer, Everett; 471 

Spencer, Manuel R.; 471 

Spencer, Nancy C; 528 

Spencer, Richard A.; 528 

Spencer, Ronald W.; 496 

Spencer, Shirley M.; 528 

Spicer, Edward; 188 

Spieser, Sandra L.; 496 

Spiess, Linda K; 377, 471 

Spinella, Robert; 528 

Spoo, Judith G; 496 



Spots, Joyce L.; 528 

Spottz, Richard A.; 471 

Spradlin, Toni C; 535 

Sprague, Robert F.; 188 

Spriestersbach, John; 148 

Spriggs, Ginger L.; 386 

Sprinkel, Sara A.; 528 

Sproles, Robin R.; 496 

Spurgeon, Sharon J.; 528 

Spurlock, Victor D.; 216 

Stackhouse, Frank T.; 188, 278, 
286 

Stackhouse, Shirley N.; 149, 293 

Stacy, James S.; 262 

Stacy, Lynda J.; 528 

Stahl, Berma L.; 528 

Stanford, Timothy L.; 528 

Stanifer, Linda A. T.; 471 

Stanley, Harold B., Ill; 249, 271, 
286 

Stanley, Judith A.; 471 

Stanley, Steven B.; 287, 376, 496 

Stansbury, Paul S.; 528 

Stanton, Erica L.; 471 

Stapleton, David L.; 216 

Stapleton, Diana L.; 249 

Stapleton, Pamela J.; 496 

Stark, Lorraine E.; 378, 471 

Starnes, Howard R.; 496 

Starnes, Sharon R. S.; 188 

Starr, Richard A.; 188 

Staviski, Raymond T.; 471 

Stebing, David E.; 426, 496 

Stedman, Jerry S.; 471 

Steele, Barbara R.; 528 

Steele, Lee A.; 528 

Steele, Lillian P.; 471 

Steele, Ronald L.; 528 

Steele, Sandra J.; 384 

Steelman, Lana C; 496 

Steen, Burton G.; 319, 528 

Stefanics, Elizabeth; 528 

Steffen, Ann M.; 250, 250 

Steger, Robert C; 471 

Steger, Susan A.; 528 

Steggeman, Kenneth F.; 528 

Stegner, David C; 383, 471 

Stegner, John M.; 383, 384, 314, 
471 

Steidle, David V.; 384 



565 




Steinmetz, Suellen; 528 

Stempfer, Helen M.; 373, 472 

Stephens, Barbara A.; 529 

Stephens, James W.; 149 

Stephens, John P.; 262 

Stephens, Mary E.; 149, 402 

Stephens, Richard G ; 529 

Stephens, Sally I.; 258 

Stephens, Single; 472 

Stephens, Vicki C; 529 

Stephenson, Greg K.; 333 

Stephenson, Holly; 529 

Stepp, Melinda N.; 250 

Stepp, Patrica; 535 

Sterbling, Philip R.; 293, 375, 472 

Stern, Bobbi K; 496 

Stevens, Carol L.; 250, 287, 377, 
378 

Stevens, Mary E.; 417 

Stevens, Mary R.; 529 



Please, let's communicate ! 

Stevenson, Barbara G.; 496 
Stevenson, Ellen L; 376, 357, 529 
Stewart, Allen F.; 496 
Stewart, Bruce E.; 472 
Stewart, Carol A.; 529 
Stewart, David L.; 472 
Stewart, Gay L.; 149, 373 
Stewart, Jerry M.; 262 
Stewart, Morris A.; 250 
Stewart, Pamela D.; 529 
Stewart, Pruda E.; 535 
Stewart, Sharon; 496 
Stewart, William M.; 216, 277 
Stice, Stephen A.; 496 
Stidham, Garnie S.; 529 
Stidham, Larry M.; 529 
Stiebel, Judith A.; 529 
Stiefel, John E.; 189, 375 
Stigall, Anne D.; 189 



Stigers, Nancy C; 189 

Stiles, Teresa A.; 529 

Stillwell, Janice M.; 535 

Stilwell, Vernon F.; 529 

Stinson, Daisy H.; 189 

Stirn, Shelby A.; 472 

Stivers, Cheryleen; 250 

Stivers, David D.; 189, 314, 384 

Stivers, Gary C; 472 

Stivers, Mary L.; 149 

Stivers, Michael K.; 529 

Stivers, Ozzie; 189 

Stivers, Roy W.; 189, 385 

Stivers, Sondra L.; 220 

Stober, Carla S.; 472 

Stocker, William R.; 383 

Stodghill, Michael T.; 152 

Stoeber, Dianne E.; 496 

Stoess, William L.; 417, 451, 472 

Stoke, Linda H. B.; 189, 383 

Stokes, Bonnie G. H.; 250 

Stokes, Edward S., Ill; 529 

Stoll, Katherine I .; 529 

Stone, Linda D.; 358, 359, 529 

Stone, Marilyn M.; 189, 293 

Stone, Randall M.; 529 

Stone, Ronnie E.; 496 

Stoner, Gregory H.; 472 

Storm, Jimmy H.; 529 

Stout, Charles W.; 496 

Stover, Richard D.; 496 

Stratton, Candance; 472 

Straub, Melvin D.; 472 

Strausbaugh, Steven W.; 529 

Strevels, David S.; 529 

Strickland, June; 472 

Stringer, James H.; 496 

Stringer, Michael R.; 529 

Stringfield, Donald A.; 529 

Stroble, Colleen J.; 529 

Stroll, Hank; 472 

Strong, Leonard B.; 496 

Stuber, Theodore A.; 149 

Stuckenberg, David O.; 216 

Student Council; 348 

Student National Education 
Association; 376, 378 

Studer, Patricia A.; 376, 287, 496 



Stuhlreyer, Peggy M.; 262, 290 

Stumbo, Sandra C; 189 

Sturgeon, Paul T.; 529 

Sucher, Michael C; 529 

Sullivan, Cathy L.; 377, 496 

Sullivan, James A.; 189 

Sullivan, James D.; 529 

Sullivan, Robert M.; 529 

Sullivan, Ronald; 216 

Sullivan, Timothy D.; 496 

Sumner, Erma J.; 529 

Sun, Mary L. T.; 262 

Sundell, Linda M.; 250 

Sunley, Robert M.; 529 

Surface, Karen L.; 276, 529 

Suro, Anita C; 250, 437 

Susemichel, Lorie L.; 496 

Susong, Danny A.; 333 

Susong, Linda C; 250, 402 

Susong, Ray W.; 418, 472 

Sutherland, David W.; 529 

Sutton, James E.; 529 

Sutton, Jervis D.; 472 

Swain, William F.; 189 

Swanagin, Robert L.; 149 

Swango, Bruce E.; 189 

Swango, David N.; 529 

Swango, Patricia; 250, 405, 428 

Swann, Susan M.; 529 

Swanson, William D.; 262 

Swartz, Thomas M.; 250, 377 

Sweasy, Kenneth W.; 472 

Swetnam, James E.; 250 

Swinford, Sylvia A.; 529 

Switzer Jeanne M.; 376, 287, 357, 
472 

Swope, Carol S.; 472 

Syck, Grover T.; 496 

Sykes, James E.; 529 

Symphonic Band; 382 

— T— 

Tabb, Linda S.; 529 
Tabeling, Richard W.; 496 
Tackett, Charles, Jr.; 262 
Tackett, Danny O.; 529 
Tackett, James M.; 529 
Tackett, Jimmy; 250, 529 



566 



Tackett, Rosemary; 472 
Tackett, Sharon G.; 529 
Tackett, Sharon J.; 381 
Tait, Leslie G.; 529 
Talbot, Donald A.; 472 
Talbot, Ronald J.; 472 
Tallent, Mary F.; 529 
Tallent, Overt L.; 472 
Talmage, Martin T.; 472 
Tanner, Vickie; 250, 373, 405 
Tapp, Charles W.; 262 
Tarter, Johnny C; 472 
Tarter, Sandra S.; 496 
Tarvin, Daniel C; 529 
Tarvin, Dennis C; 529 
Tarvin, Robert E.; 262 
Tate, Thomas B.; 529 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; 424 
Taylor, Camille K.; 472 
Taylor, Carry D.; 529 
Taylor, Charles D.; 189, 288 
Taylor, Charles L.; 381 
Taylor, Deborah K; 529 
Taylor, Donna S.; 287, 496 
Taylor, Elizabeth I.; 529 
Taylor, Gary L.; 189 
Taylor, Iris K.; 496 
Taylor, Jacqueline M.; 529 
Taylor, Jane D.; 496 
Taylor, Judy M.; 472 
Taylor, Kay D.; 384, 314 
Taylor, Linda L.; 472, 529 
Taylor, Louis R.; 250 
Taylor, Mary E.; 250 
Taylor, Mary J.; 529 
Taylor, Melinda J.; 529 
Taylor, Patricia A.; 376, 529 
Taylor, Ralph D.; 496 
Taylor, Sandra K.; 189, 529 
Taylor, Susan G; 250, 364 
Taylor, Thomas C; 383, 385, 472 
Taylor, Wayne K.; 530 
Taylor, William E.; 496 
Tazel, Johnnie E.; 271 
Teater, Jane L.; 530 
Tedford, Gary S.; 496 
Teegarden, Beverly G; 530 
Temple, David O.; 421 



Templeman, Michael D.; 472 

Templeton, Stephen R.; 251 

Tenney, Thomas L.; 262 

Terhune, Jimmie G; 472 

Terrell, Linda F.; 535 

Terrell, Sue C; 496 

Terrill, Rebecca A.; 530 

Terry, Betty B .; 496 

Terry, Claudia B.; 251 

Terry, James I.; 189 

Terry, William R.; 530 

Terstegge, Paul A.; 472 

Thacker, John M.; 189 

Thalman, Jon C; 530 

Thalmann, Craig R.; 496 

Thalmann, Jeffrey B.; 42j 

Tharp, Charles R.; 472 

Tharp, Lewis S.; 530 

Theiler, Patricia L.; 410, 472 

theta Chi; 426, 421 

Thienel, Glenn P.; 190, 383 

Thomas, Barbara A.; 496 

Thomas, Barbara J.; 289, 406, 428 

Thomas, Carolyn A.; 251 

Thomas, Charles R.; 496 

Thomas, Connie L.; 384, 530 

Thomas, Elmer C; 530 

Thomas, Gail; 530 

Thomas, Homer D.; 530 

Thomas, Linda J.; 530 

Thomas, Margaret V.; 496 

Thomas, Martha L.; 473 

Thomas, Norris E.; 496 

Thomas, Rita; 376, 287, 496 

Thomas, Sandra R.; 530 

Thomas, Walter W.; 496 

Thomas, William D.; 190, 273, 
381 

Thomas, William J.; 288 

Thomason, Georgia; 251, 405, 428 

Thomer, Linda S.; 251, 406 

Thompson, Barbara S.; 530 

Thompson, Brenda G; 530 

Thompson, Brenda V.; 384, 251, 
285, 402, 437 

Thompson, Brenda Y.; 293 

Thompson, Bruce N.; 496 

Thompson, David F.; 190 

Thompson, Deborah L.; 496 



Thompson, Delsie L.; 357, 496, 
376 

Thompson, Doris K.; 496 

Thompson, Dwane L.; 149 

Thompson, Jo A.; 530 

Thompson, Kay; 149 

Thompson, Katherine D.; 251 

Thompson, Letitia A.; 496 

Thompson, Libbie L.; 190 

Thompson, Michael J.; 149 

Thompson, Ronald E.; 349 

Thompson, Sharon A.; 190, 285, 
289 

Thompson, William C; 496 

Thompson, William F.; 496 

Thompson, William G; 496 

Thompson, William W.; 530 

Thomson, David T.; 530 

Thornton, Candace L.; 251, 373 

Thornton, Charles D.; 530 

Thornton, Mary J.; 190, 270, 290, 
364 

Thorpe, Toby A.; 530 

Thurman, James T.; 190, 437 

Thurman, Margaret M.; 263 

Tincher, Joyce A.; 149 

Tincher, Wendell; 473 

Tipton, Bettie R.; 263 

Tipton, Kenneth G.; 291, 375, 473 

Tipton, Larry W.; 473 

Tipton, Robert L.; 530 

Tiriolo, Marianne; 473 

Todd, Barbara A.; 530 

Todd, Jessica A.; 473 

Todd, Marlene; 220 

Todd, Sandy L.; 402, 428 

Tolin, Robert E.; 530 

Tolle, Freddie J.; 496 

Tolliver, Darlene; 496 

Tonar, Lee W.; 405 

Tonne, William R.; 530 

Towler, Ann H.; 496 

Town, Glenn P.; 414, 530 

Town, Vernon A.; 421 

Townsend, Teresa L.; 365 

Townsend, Terry; 381 

Trabits, Carol L.; 496 

Tracy, Marsha J.; 374, 530 

Tracy, Bennie M.; 251 



Tracy, Martin M.; 418 
Trail, Bennie M.; 251 
Trautman, Linda M.; 251 
Treadway, Douglas L.; 413, 190 
Trees, Helen K; 251 

Tremper, William W.; 251, 286, 

436 

Trenz, Robert C; 473 
Tribble, Ann G; 289, 497 
Trimble, Allen C; 288, 443 
Trimble, Toni C; 384, 530 
Triplett, Henry H., Jr.; 263 
Troike, Fred L.; 190 
Trower, Teresa A.; 497 
True, Geraldine; 473 
True, Jane A.; 152 
True, Rodger E.; 190, 289 
True, Susan M.; 149 
Trusty, Gary E.; 497 
Tucker, Ronald N.; 530 
Tucker, Susan D.; 252 
Tudor, Cheryl L.; 530 
Tudor, Leonard M.; 530 
Tuggle, Sara H.; 497 
Tupman, William R.; 535 
Turker, Susan; 377 
Turman, Elisena M.; 406 
Turner, Alfred D.; 383 
Turner, Eileen M.; 190 
Turner, Ethel M.; 252 
Turner, Gloria J.; 530 
Turner, Helane M.; 190 
Turner, James, Jr.; 473 
Turner, Judith A.; 287, 497 
Turner, Kenneth; 190 
Turner, Lenane; 376, 530 
Turner, Lexene; 530 
Turner, Marian L.; 530 
Turner, Marilyn A.; 473 
Turner, Rita L.; 497 
Turner, Sharon G; 530 
Turner, Vicki L.; 530 
Turpin, Donald L.; 383 
Turpin, William G; 149, 373 
Tussey, Ira J.; 530 
Tuttle, Carol A.; 497 
Tuttle, Don; 149 
Twyman, Kenneth B.; 530 



567 



Tyler, Linda M.; 497 
Tyler, Rebecca L.; 530 

— u— 

Uhrig, Ruth F.; 365, 530 
Uleary, Donna M.; 530 
Ulrich, Joseph D.; 418, 497 
Ulrich, Doug; 418, 497 
Underwood, Larry R.; 364 
Unger, Rebecca S.; 530 
Ungruhn, Gene R.; 422, 149 
Upchurch, Gary K.; 530 
Upchurch, Martin L.; 473 
Upton, Janice C; 497 
Upton, Mark G.; 366, 190, 425 
Utter, Susan C; 384, 314, 530 

—V— 

Vaiea, George R.; 530 

Vaiers, Margetta; 381 

Van Arsdale, Elizabet; 530 

Van Arsdall, Robert D.; 530 

Van Asdlan, Jacquelin; 497 

Van Bever, Edna P.; 263 

Van Deventer, Kenneth; 497 

Van Diver, Betty J.; 530 

Van Diver, Cecil H.; 149 

Van Hoose, Gary K.; 497 

Van Hoose, Robert B.; 263 

Van Horne, Linda L.; 497 

Van Ness, Gail A.; 497, 359 

Van Oss, Linda M.; 359, 287, 358, 
497 

Van Pelt, Beverly P.; 497 

Van Pelt, Charles G; 287,497 

Van Sickle, Reecy F.; 252 

Van Slyke, Don W.; 530 

Vance, Alice A. T.; 383 

Vance, Michael D.; 473 

Vanhorn, Dennis G.; 473 

Vanover, James R.; 530 

Varney, Kevin D.; 530 

Varney, Larry W.; 190 

Varney, Rodney L.; 263 

Varsity "E" Club; 360 

Vater, Nancy L.; 530 

Vaughn, Lois A.; 497 

Vavra, Anne C; 437, 409, 497 



Vedelli, Joel; 414, 428 

Veeneman, Jeanne; 473 

Veirs, Nijel K.; 530 

Vereker, Richard T.; 252 

Vermillion, Connie M.; 287, 497 

Vice, Sara A.; 359, 314, 408, 409, 
428, 497 

Vickers, David R.; 190, 271, 286, 
289, 364, 436 

Vincent, Cynthia E.; 530 

Vipperman, Catherine; 497 

Vires, Anthony R.; 530 

Vires, Darrell; 531 

Vitatoe, Gary N.; 531 

Vitatoe, Trudy A.; 473 

Vittitoe, James A.; 149 

Voets, Joseph C; 473 

Vogler, Patricia A.; 473 

Voiers, Margetta M.; 190 

Von Holle, David; 421 

Vonsick, Ronald L.; 473 

Vontner, Nancy; 107 

Votel, Michael R.; 497 

— W— 

Wachs, Durrell L.; 497 
Waclauski, Theresa M.; 384, 531 
Waddell, Helen J.; 535 
Waddell, Madlyn G.; 497 
Waddle, Stephen W.; 531 
Wade, Billie W.; 531 
Wade, Glenn E.; 497 
Wade, Margaret L.; 252 
Wade, Maureen K.; 190 
Wagers, Donna L.; 473 
Wagman, Ronald N.; 289, 473 
Wagner, Claire F.; 287, 497 
Wagner, Gloria J.; 290 
Wagner, Jackie L.; 531 
Wagner, James S.; 473 
Wagner, Robert J.; 497 
Wahhland, Becky; 354 
Wainright, Constance; 531 
Wainscott, David E.; 191, 286 
Wainscott, Debora E.; 497 

Wainscott, Diane H.; 191, 289, 

377 

Wainscott, Donna P.; 473 
Waits, Charles W.; 190 



Warren, Burdetta J.; 191, 473 

Warren, Earl D.; 498, 438 

Warren, James A.; 49S 

Warren, Jinx; 291 

Warren. Larry A.; 531 

Warren, Richard C; 413, 412 

Warren, Robert E.; 263 

Warrington, John A., Jr.; 531 

Warthman, John H.; 498 

Wartschlager, Robert; 425, 474 

Washington, Robert L.; 271, 309 

Wasserman, Judith A.; 406, 407, 
474 

Waters, Gloria Y.; 498 

Watkins, Cathlynn; 386, 531 

Watkins, Marilyn B.; 252 

Watkins, Peggy J.; 498 

Watkins, Steven C; 43S, 498 

Watkins, Virginia L.; 498 

Watson, Anne B.; 410, 428, 498 

Watson, Carol A.; 191, 376 

Watson, Dan; 425, 273, 274 

Watson, Deborah G ; 531 

Watson, Deborah S.; 152 

Watson, Lee D ; 474 

Watson, Linda L.; 252 

Watson, Marilyn K.; 531 

Watson, Roy R.; 288, 444 

Watson, Terry L.; 531 

Watson, Vincent R.; 383 

Watson, William H.; 498 

Watts, Donald R.; 531 

Wayman, Deborah L.; 498 

Wayman, William J.; 474 

Wayne, Nancy S.; 531 

Weakley, Lyndon B.; 364 

Weaver, Cheryl A.; 498 

Weaver, Kathleen; 287 

Weaver, Paula J.; 358, 531 

Weaver, Shelbye S.; 474 

Webb, Freda G.; 531 

Webb, Robert S.; 413, 474 

Webb, Roderick R.; 309 

Webb, Rolena S.; 531 

Webb, William L.; 474 

Webeler, Robert A.; 320 

Weber, Anita L.; 409 

Weber, Mary J.; 252, 354, 285, 
289 



Waits, Sandra K.; 497 

Waits, Vicki D.; 497 

Walden, Wayne N; 531 

Waldroup, Roddy G; 473 

Walker, Candace S.; 497 

Walker, Charles L.; 531 

Walker, Charles M.; 473 

Walker, Charles S.; 531 

Walker, Do.iald R.; 497 

Walker, Hazel F. R.; 290 

Walker, Marvin T.; 473 

Walker, Robert A.; 149, 271, 320 

Wall, Hilda A. ; 531 

Wall, Jenny K.; 531 

Wall, William J.; 271, 420, 421, 
428 

Wallace, Harold C; 309, 497 

Wallace, James S.; 191 

Wallin, Charles W.; 473 

Wallingford, Janice J.; 252 

Walraven, Jay; 191 

Walroth, Charles H ; 531 

Walsh, Arthur J., Jr.; 473 

Walter, Sandra C; 410, 473 

Walters, David; 291 

Walters, Kenneth W., Jr.; 320, 
531 

Walters, Larry E.; 531 

Walters, Reginald G.; 384 

Walters, Wayne L.; 473 

Walton, Charles R.; 473 

Wampler, Anthony; 531 

Wanger, Robert; 413 

Ward, Hilda H.; 473 

Ward, Lynda K.; 252, 373 

Ward, Randy J.; 374 

Ward, Samuel M.; 314, 498, 384, 
383 

Ward, William T; 263 

Wardrup, Linda D.; 473 

Ware, Johnny D.; 191 

Warfield, Robert N; 376 ,473 

Warford, Hubert E.; 531 

Warford, Juanita F.; 531 

Warinner, Carolyn L.; 498 

Warinner, William D.; 498 

Warner, Brenda S.; 473 

Warner, Gregory S.; 498 

Warner, Sharon S.; 383, 498, 377, 
378 



568 



Webster, D'eena D.; 531 
Weber, Sandra S.; 191, 289, 365 
Weeks. Marcia L.; 220 
Wefler, Sally D.; 359, 386, 531 
Weichhand, Rebecca M.; 191 
Weir, Ivan R.; 535 
Welch, A. Michael; 474 
Welch, Darlene J.; 474 
Welch, Rodney L.; 531 
Weliman, Mary F.; 291 
Wells, Donald W.; 531 
Wells, Doris J.; 531 
Wells, Effie; 450, 474 
Wells, Gayle C; 498 
Wells, Leonard S.; 531 
Wells, Lillian A.; 411, 474 
Wells, Phillip R.; 498 
Wells, Ronnie D.; 498 
Wells, Sandra; 252, 354, 410 
Wells, William B.; 531 
Welsh, Micheal; 436 
Welsh, Nita A.; 474 
Wesley, Jo E.; 531 
Wesley, Linda C; 531 
Wesley, Patsy S.; 252 
Wessel, Judith A.; 498 
Wessel, Judy R.; 531 
West, Douglas W.: 49S 



West, Patricia A.; 474 

Wseterman, Paul W.; 531 

Westlake, Kenneth D.; 252 

Wetherbee, David L.; 474 

Westminster Fellowship; 366 

Wethington, William M.; 531 

Weyrich. Sandra L.; 252, 437, 373 

Wheat, Major W.; 417 

Wheat, Phillip G.; 531 

Wheatley, Ronald E.; 532 

Wheeldon, Jeffrey F.; 252 

Wheeler, Bonnie A.; 359, 358, 532 

Wheeler, Constance R.; 449, 498, 
376 

Wheeler. Dennis J.; 191, 383. 385 

Wheeler, Douglas R.; 498 

Wheeler, George S.; 474 

Wheeler, Joseph P.; 498 

Wheeler, Melinda L.; 451, 498 

Wheeler, Robert B.; 421 

Wheeler, Robert C; 252 

Wheeler, Toni L.; 474 

Whitaker, Ann; 152 

Whitaker, Edgar; 474 

Whitaker. Georgia M.; 474 

Whitaker, Rhonda M.; 49S 

Whitaker, Ruth; 474 

Whitaker. Stephen J.; 5^2 

Whitaker, William J.; 532 



White, Carole L.; 498 
White, Daniel R.; 412 
White, Daniel T.; 413, 474 
White, James M.; 150, 417 
White, John W.; 532 
White, Mary E.; 252 
White, Rosemary; 532 
White, Walker G; 532 
White, William A.; 474 
White, William D.; 532 
Whitehead, Margaret J.; 357, 498 
Whitehead, Rhonda G.; 49S 
Whitehead, Roger L.; 474 
Whitehouse, Janet L.; 532 
Whitehouse, Mary E.; 37S 
Whitehouse, Roger D.; 532 
Whitehouse, Steven A.; 498 
Whitfield, Toni M.; 376, 532 
Whitlock, Robert B.; 288, 446, 498 

Whitney, Jack C; 286, 426, 427, 

474 

Whitney, Judy G.; 252 
Whitson, William S.; 532 
Whittamore, James L.; 150 
Whitton, Susan; 498 
Wicker, Charles B.; 253 
Wicker, Larry D.; 150 
Wickersham, Beverly B.; 2 IS 
Wickliffe, William K.; 532 



Wicklund, Carl H.; 498 

Wickman, William L.; 474 

Wickrmen, Sandy; 320 

Widmer, Martha A.; 498 

Wientjes, Sharon; 451, 498 

Wilborn, Darlene; 383, 384, 314 

Wilborn, Susan D.; 532 

Wilborn, Woody S.; 191, 272, 279, 
348 

Wilcher, Susan C; 49S 

Wilcox, Carol L.; 498 

Wilde, David G.; 218 

Wilde, Sandra L.; 358, 532 

Wiley, Charles C; 498 

Wiley, Elizabeth K.; 532 

Wilhoit, Johnny W.; 474 

Wilhoite, Rhonda K.; 532 

Wilkerson, Danny; 253 

Wilkerson, James C; 218 

Wilkerson, Wanda M.; 377, 474 

Wilkins, Millerson L.; 498 

Wilkinson, Dawn K.; 474 

Wilkirson, Deanna J.; 474 

Willett, Colleen A.; 532 

Williams, Andrew; 474 

Williams, Barbara K.; 474 

Williams, Betty A.; 498 

Williams, Buford S.; 474 

Williams, Carolyn S.; 532 




The class of '69 will take with them a part of Eastern and will leave a part of themselves behind. 



569 



Williams, Charles E.; 191, 375 

Williams, David E.; 532 

Williams, Dennis L.; 191 

Williams, Frankie J.; 474 

Williams, Hershall D.; 364 

Williams, James W.; 498 

Williams, Jeffrey M.; 191 

Williams, Julia A.; 445, 437, 358, 
532, 359 

Williams, Krista K.; 532 

Williams, Margaret A.; 498 

Williams, Nevel T.; 474 

Williams, Pamela A.; 218 

Williams, Robert M.; 532 

Williams, Rod; 425 

Williams, Roma J.; 218 

Williams, Sandra K.; 498 

Williams, Sharon A.; 474 

Williams, Ted S.; 498 

Williams, Terry A.; 253 

Williams, Thomas J.; 421, 474 

Williams, WillaD.; 218 

Williamson, Barbara L.; 384, 383, 
532 

Williamson, Carol A.; 474 

Williamson, Portia K.; 191, 289 

Willian, Billy J.; 532 

Willimann, Judy R.; 150 

Willis, Sharon D.; 498 

Wills, Jane F.; 498 

Wills, John M.; 192, 416, 428 

Wills, Mary P.; 376, 532 

Wilmhoff, James D.; 218 

Wilms, Catherine V.; 365, 474 

Wilson, Beverly A.; 532 

Wilson, David E.; 532 

Wilson, David L.; 474 

Wilson, Dean E.; 218 

Wilson, Deobrah A.; 532 

Wilson, Dianne; 374 

Wilson, Douglas D.; 498 

Wilson, Drew D., Jr.; 263 

Wilson, Edward H.; 192 

Wilson, Elaine; 474 

Wilson, Ernest L.; 192 

Wilson, Floyd E.; 319, 532 

Wilson, Gary L.; 150, 349 

Wilson, George G.; 218 

Wilson, George R.; 291, 364 



Wilson, Geraldine P.; 474 

Wilson, Gilbert A.; 383 

Wilson, Janie M.; 381, 383 

Wilson, Jerome G.; 532 

Wilson, Jerry L.; 192 

Wilson, JohnD.; 532 

Wilson, Judith A.; 532 

Wilson, Judith M.; 192 

Wilson, Judith C. G.; 364 

Wilson, Judy L.; 376, 532 

Wilson, Karen K; 532 

Wilson, Katherine L.; 253, 377, 
378 

Wilson, Linda L.; 498 

Wilson, Mary S.; 498 

Wilson, Michael A.; 532 

Wilson, Pamela J. S.; 150 

Wilson, Patricia; 532 

Wilson, Paula M.; 474 

Wilson, Robert W.; 192 

Wilson, Robynn L.; 532 

Wilson, Rodney J.; 498 

Wilson, Ronnie C; 474 

Wilson, Ruth A.; 192, 498 

Wilson, Susan J.; 364, 532 

Wilson, Susan M.; 383, 535 

Wilson, Tug; 447 

Winburn, Cynthia C; 377, 378, 
498 

Winburn, Helen J.; 150 

Winburn, Jenny L.; 532 

Winburn, William C; 150 

Wind, Beverly J.; 532 

Wingard, Joel D.; 263 

Winkle, Deborah D.; 532 

Winkle, Penny D.; 532 

Winkler, Dwight L.; 532 

Winn, Lonnie E.; 532 

Winter, Michon R.; 402, 498 

Winters, Richard W.; 532 

Wira, Michael E.; 218, 426, 427 

Wires, Margaret A.; 532 

Wires, Peggy; 365 

Wise, Peggy L.; 532 

Wiseman, Robert C; 287 

Wisher, Karen A.; 498 

Wisowaty, Marlene A.; 218 

Withers, Darrell H.; 253 

Withers, Patti S.; 535 



Woerner, Karen L.; 532 

Wofford, Larry Y.; 192 

Wofford, Robert H.; 532 

Wojciechowski, Marg; 498 

Wolfe, Donna L.; 253, 279, 285 

Wolfe, Michelle M.; 535 

Wolfe, Priscilla K; 475 

Wolff, John H.; 475 

Wolski, George L.; 150, 414, 415 

Womack, James C; 498 

Womack, Susan L.; 532 

Women's Recreation Association; 
376, 378 

Wong, Tin Jor; 535 

Wood, Diane; 532 

Wood, Gayle F.; 150 

Wood, James M.; 475 

Wood, James R.; 532 

Wood, Kristin M.; 532 

Wood, Richard D.; 218, 417 

Wood, Robert M.; 475 

Woodall, Phillip S.; 253, 422, 428 

Woodring, David M.; 535 

Woodruff, Gregory A.; 373, 532 

Woodruff, Kenneth L.; 422, 324 
475 

Woodruff, Martin W.; 373, 499 

Woodruff, Sharon A.; 475 

Woods, Hobert, Jr.; 532 

Woods, Jane E.; 253, 402, 373 

Woods, Shirley D.; 533 

Woods, Susan J.; 533 

Woods, William H.; 309 

Woods, William R.; 475 

Woodside, Deborah L.; 378, 475 

Woodward, Ronald P.; 218 

Woolums, James M.; 192 

Woosley, Albert J.; 533 

Wooten, John R.; 422, 499 

Workman, Lowell B.; 533 

Workman, Martha K; 475 

Worlmald, Cheryl M.; 533 

Worrell, Billy R.; 533 

Worrell, William W.; 263 

Worsham, Marilyn L.; 533 

Worth, John E.; 152, 373 

Worthington, Elizabeth A.; 499 

Worthington, Robert . ' ■ 533 

Wozny, Katherine C; 287, 498 



Wozny, Constance K.; 533 

Wray, Yvonne; 533 

Wren, Caxolyn S.; 253 

Wright, Alice L.; 533 

Wright, Barbara L.; 475 

Wright, Gwendolyn A.; 535 

Wright, Hiram T.; 192 

Wright, James E., Jr.; 438, 436, 
533 

Wright, Jane E.; 533 

Wright, Jolinda R. M.; 499 

Wright, Larry E.; 413, 475 

Wright, Linda I.; 253, 384, 437 

Wright, Patricia E.; 533 

Wright, Phyliss; 287 

Wright, Phyllis A.; 376, 475 

Wright, Phyllis S.; 475 

Wright, Sharon K; 384, 499 

Wright, Theresa A.; 475 

Wright, Wanda M. P.; 533 

Wright, Wayna C; 253 

Wright, Wilfred R.; 349 

Wright, William D.; 533 

Wroe, Barbara J.; 383 

Wurth, Daniel M.; 535 

Wyatt, George E.; 150, 366, 353 

Wyatt, Larry G.; 499 

Wyckoff, Irene A.; 499, 377, 386 

Wynn, Larry R.; 533 

Wyrick, Jerry W.; 253 



Yacabone, Kathleen A.; 253 
Yaden, Vera A.; 383, 533 
Yagi, Fumihiko; 384 
Yagi, Yoshihiko; 374, 287, 499 
Yancey, Philip D.; 533 
Yao, Joyce A.; 375, 533 
Yates, Carroll A.; 218 
Yates, James E.; 533 
Yates, Richard H.; 499 
Yates, William G.; 533 
Yeager, Dorian P.; 475 
Yeager, Thomas H.; 192 
Yearsley, John W., Jr.; 253 
Yeary, Robert L.; 475 
Yerian, Dale E.; 533 
Yoak, Barbara A.; 533 






570 



Yocum, Cecelia J.; 220 
York, Patsy J.; 357 
Young, Amelia L.; 386, 499 
Young, Bruce S.; 218 
Young, Carolyn A.; 533 
Young Democrats; 355, 356 
Young, Douglas A.; 499 
Young, Douglass W.; 499 
Young, Elizabeth A.; 533 
Young, John A.; 287, 499 
Young, Karyl D.; 533 



Ambrose, Charles; 119 
Arterberry, T. L.; 378 
Bach, Bert C; 129 
Ballou, Fred; 124 
Barlow, Leroy; 128 
Barr, Dixon A.; 222 
Begley, Robert 111 
Bivins, Claude; 124 
Brock, G. M.; 123 
Bruce, Robert; 293 
Bruning, Theodore; 360 
Byrn, Ernest E.; 156 
Carroll, Mary; 357 
Carey, Glenn O.; 155 
Casey, W. H; 436 
Castle, Shirley; 122 
Chapman, Ernest; 123 
Clawson, Kenneth; 117 
Clay, Sidney W.; Ill 
Clover, Craig M.; 446 
Coates, J. Dorland; 223 
Cocanougher, LaRue; 116 
Cody, Michael; 293 
Collins, Thomas P.; 227 
Combs, EarleB.; Ill 
Cooper, John C; 
Crockett, Jeannette; 121 
DeCarbo, Edward; 118 
Deck, John M.; 130 
Dixon, Wallace; 130 
Denny, Charlotte; 138 
Donaldson, Neal; 122 
Downes, Alan; 129 
Dunne, Thomas; 293 



Young, Linda M.; 499 
Young, M. Michele; 475 
Young, Mary E.; 192 
Young, Michael R.; 499 
Young, Michele; 354 
Young, Neal R.; 
Young, Patsey A.; 533 
Young Republicans; 355 
Young, Richard E.; 533 
Young, Robert W.; 383 
Young, Ronald R.; 309 



Young, Sarah L.; 358, 475, 359 

Young, Thomas B.; 533 

Young, Willie L.; 192 

Young Women's Christian 
Association; 351 



Zachritz, Randy J.; 475 
Zanone, Carolyn J.; 376, 533 
Zavis, Suzanne M.; 409, 499 
Zea, Pamela J.; 533 



Administration and Faculty Index 



Feltner, Donald R.; 288, 125 
Francis, Fred L.; 298 
George, Ted; 156 
Gatewood, Dean; 289 
Gibson, Charles H.; 223 
Gorgone, John; 196 
Grise, Martha; 287 
Groves, Barney; 386 
Grubbs, Billy A.; 122 
Gurganus, Jane; 293 
Hale, Harry; 161 
Haney, Donald C; 158 
Hansson, Kenneth S.; 138 
Harville, Robert; 299 
Harris, James S.; 118 
Harrwell, Robert; 160 
Hatch, A. O.; 123 
Hayes, Glenn W.; 373 
Hill, Roberta; 134 
Hilton, Bentley; 129 
Hindman, C. Douglas; 225 
Holcomb, La Verne; 378 
Householder, William A.; 133 
Houston, Wilburn; 121 
Howard, Durham; 111 
Hughes, Charles; 324 
Ingels, Mary K.; 122 
Ison, Jack; 299 
Jennings, Mable; 289 
Jones, Sanford L.; 374 
Kleine, Glen; 288 
Kidd, Roy; 299 
King, Robert; 299 
Kirkpatrick, Dorothy; 386 



LaFuze, H. H; 155 
Lane, Bennie; 157 
Leach, Leslie H; 
Lee, James; 293, 225 
Lewis, Clyde J.; 128 
Lockridge, Billy; 124 
Luy, Jack A.; 133 
Martin, Henry; 119 
Martin, Lawrence; 123 
Martin, Robert R.; 113, 114 
Martinez, Rodolfo; 393 
McGlasson, Mary; 374 
Messenheimer, John; 374 
Miller, George G.; 196 
Morsberger, Robert; 257 
Moomaw, Jimmie; 376 
Moomaw, W. E.; 293 
Moretz, Elmo E.; 256 
Myers, Thomas D.; 117 
Nelson, Charles; 1 59 
Noble, Robert; 121 
Nunn, Louie B., Gov.; 110 
Ogden, Frederic D.; 154 
Ore, Eddie P.; 224 
Palmer, Wilson; 111 
Parkhurst, Willis; 290 
Parsons, Clifford; 287 
Patrick, Alfred; 199 
Pryse, Henry; 126 
Peel, Nancy D.; 227 
Pettengill, Dwynal B.; 162 
Phillips, Juanita; 226 
Posey, Robert; 137 
Powell, J. C; 115 
Presnell, Glenn; 330 



Zepp, Frederick K.; 263 
Zerhusen, Janice E.; 192, 279 
Zeter, Charles G; 218 
Zimmerman, Anne R.; 533 
Zimmerman, Jo A.; 533 
Zimmerman, Mary A.; 533 
Zimmerman, Wayne H; 192 
Zweig, Susan A.; 475 
Zwick, Bill; 324 
Zwick, Robert A.; 383, 475 
Zwick, Shirley L. F.; 499 



Reed, Helen; 228 
Ridgley, Pat; 124 
Riseling, Robert; 385 
Robinson, George W.; 162 
Rowlett, John D.; 132 
Schneider, Peter; 376 
Schwendeman, Jr.; 158 
Sexton, William; 135 
Seyfrit, Paul; 122 
Shadoan, Donald; 200 
Shindelbower, Daniel; 160 
Smith, Claude K; 198 
Smith, Donald; 122 
Smith, Everett N.; 130 
Stapleton, W. A.; 123 
Stovall, Thomas F.; 118 
Stratemeyer, Florence; 227 
Sullivan, John; 118 
Summa, Elaine; 377 
Taylor, Leonard; 121 
Thompson, Harry; 288 
Thurman, James W.; 126 
Thurman, Kelly; 159 
Unterbrink, Howard; 115 
Vance, David M.; 126 
Vescio, Herb; 121 
Vickers, John L.; 115 
Wallace, William; 111 
Warren, Ned; 226 
Weyhrauch, Ernest E.; 117 
Whalin, Ralph; 135 
Whitaker, Sam; 227 
Whitlock, Charles D.; 125 
Yates, Brown Lee; 125 
Young, Joseph; 194 



571 




&$&£ 



In Memoriam 



>8H 



h 



HtHra 



■ 



':.!■''■- 



.'.■,•'.".■■ 



H 



n 



m 



■ 






HP' 
HflK 



CHARLES A. VAUGHN 

Freshman, Evarts 

Summer, 1968 



DON MARSHALL TAYLOR 

Freshman, Lexington 

October 1, 1968 



JO ANNE GABBY GRAHAM 

Sophomore, Lexington 

March 1, 1969 





574 



Editor's Note 

When the 1969 MILESTONE was begun, it was my contention that this 
page be devoted to all those people who made it possible, for one person 
cannot do it all. This, then, is the purpose of this page. 

Without the diligence on the part of my section editors and staff, this 
book would be one of blank pages. No one but they can realize what thousands 
of hours of work, true devotion to a cause, and self-sacrifice can mean. Most 
of them went "beyond the call of duty" in this respect and I owe everything 
that this book is to them. 

But there remains one person to whom I owe more than I can repay. Dean 
Don Feltner, adviser to the MILESTONE, has given his time, effort, and 
sweat to its production. Without his guidance, aid, and staff the book would 
never have been published. And special thanks should be given to Doug 
Whitlock, Director of Publications, and David Vance, Sports Information 
Director, for their unparalleled efforts and interest in the MILESTONE. 

I would also like to use this opportunity to thank: 

— Craig Clover, University Photographer, and his band of student assistants, 
Ken Harlow, Bobby Whitlock, Larry Bailey, Tug Wilson, John Graves and 
Patsy Gross. 

— The people at Taylor Publishing Company, Fred Kroger, Phil Orman, 
Dale Bennett, Mac Upshaw and their able photographer, Royce Rhodes, who 
were wonderful to work with, and contributed greatly to the '69 MILESTONE. 

— John Mullaney, Len Osborne, Larry Knejfle, Steve May and Betty 
Megerle of Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Inc., Cincinnati, for portraits, 
and selected activity pictures and a continued outstanding relationship. 

— Billy Davis III, for aerial color photographs on pages 18, 19 and 32. 

James A. Culbertson 



575 



Specifications For the 1969 Milestone 



The 1969 Milestone was prepared by the students of 
Eastern Kentucky University and printed by offset lithog- 
raphy by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. 

The first 104 pages are printed on 80-pound Saxony 
Embossed stock. The remaining 472 pages are printed 
on Meads Moistrite 80-pound Matte-finish offset text. 
The endsheets are 65# cover-weight smooth vellum 
bristol, printed in PMS 291 and PMS 294. The divider 
page separating the front endsheets and the text is motif 
parchment, woodgrain, printed in PMS 294. 

The basic type font used throughout the entire book 
in body copy is Garamond, composed photographically 
by the Intertype Fototronic Computer. Body copy for the 
opening 93 pages is 14 point with 2-point leading; for 
the remainder of the book, 12 point, with 2-point lead- 
ing. Cutlines are 10 point. Senior listings are 10 point 
and underclasses, 6 point. Headlines are Garamond, 18 
point. 

Various special effects are used in several sections of 
the Milestone in an attempt to achieve maximum reader 
appeal. Art conversions and mezzotints, printed in two 
colors, PMS 291 and black, are used for photographs 
appearing on the divisional pages. Sub-divisional pages 



are line conversions, printed in a single color, PMS 291. 
Four-color mezzoprint is used on pages 8 and 9. Two- 
color steel die screen appears on page 298. A four- 
color circular line conversion is used on page 39. Two- 
color posterization appears on page 41. 

Other special effects were achieved photographically. 
Photographs appearing on pages 1 and 2 are triple ex- 
posures, printed in four-color. 

Art on page 34 introducing the special Homecoming 
gatefold was a combination four-color process halftone 
and line art by the creative design department of Taylor. 
The art of President Martin on pages 112-113 was done 
by Tom Williams of Taylor, using acrylics. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures, both four- 
color and black-and-white, appearing in the 1969 Mile- 
stone included: Nikon (35mm), Rolleiflex (2l / ^"x21 / 4"), 
Mamiyaflex (21^"x2l4"), and Speed Graphic (4"x5"). 
Senior and underclass portraits were photographed with 
a Beattie Portronic Camera, 70mm, using dual Speedo- 
tram strobe lights, by Osborne Photographic Laboratories, 
Cincinnati. 

Press run was 8,250 copies. 



576 



M