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August came and we were here. A 
new year was ours and it, like us, was 
a fresh slate upon which to write. We 
were both like the "tabula rasa" of the 
philosophers. 

What we seemed to possess in the 
most abundant quantities was our 
idealism. "Something must be done," 
we said, almost collectively, about 
pollution, war, population, social ills 
and other critical issues. 

It was good that our awakening came 
at a time when we were motivated to 
begin searching for answers to deep- 
rooted problems; perhaps the only 
time in our lives when we could call 
upon so much knowledge, both human 
and stored, in our impatient quest 
for solutions. 



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Determined to record our influence 
upon the times, we ran, face to face, 
into our own inexperience. For all 
our idealism, we were malleable. We 
reached out for direction. The Univer- 
sity became our blacksmith. 





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We were molded, stretch- 
ed, and hammered into a 
form fashioned to help us 
meet our own personal com- 
mitment. Our very presence 
at Eastern indicated our faith 
in the future and our promise 
to meet challenges facing us. 




MILESTONE 7 



The University gave us direction. 
We became involved in varied edu- 
cational experiences. Eastern re- 
sponded to meet our needs with 
a growing physical plant, a more 
diversified curriculum, and a 
learned faculty. 





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The beauty of the campus 
and the academic society 
which it houses furthered 
our realization of our com- 
mitment to the future of a 
world which stands in 
marked contrast to the 
sheltered life within the 
University. Eastern was our 
hurricane's eye and within 
it we could develop our 
concepts free from outside 
pressures. 



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Many of us realized that 
a college education comes 
from more than going to 
classes, writing papers, and 
spending countless hours in 
the library. It is also a reaction 
between people nurtured by 
the atmosphere created by 
the University. 




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We reached out and grasped the challenge. 
Our interactions with others became formative 
forces as we moved toward an awareness that 
the growing demands of the future would be 
ours to meet. Only with a definite direction 
could we ever hope to meet this challenge. 




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All the elements at work 
combined to forge commit- 
ments that varied in inten- 
sity and direction. 




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While some focused on crucial 
issues, others acquiesced in apathy 
and trivia, consuming what could 
have been productive moments. 




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Then, in a pompous flurry of activity, 
we ended our days in the ivory tower. 
The worth of our commitment, direc- 
tion, and preparation would be mea- 
sured by history. 




MILESTONE 21 




1971 MILESTONE 

VOLUME 48 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 
Richmond, Kentucky 



Robert B. Whitlock, editor 
Paula McCann, managing editor 
James Pleasant, business manager 




CONTENTS 

Foreword 1 

Student Life ... .26 

Beauty 104 

Academics . . . .120 

Honors 198 

Athletics 226 

Organizations . . .282 

Classes of 1971 . .408 

Underclasses . . .484 

Index 566 

In Memoriam . . .612 



Calendar Brings 
Early Return 



Adoption of a new academic calen- 
dar beckoned Eastern's student body 
back to campus as early as August 
26. Although the dates were changed, 
the incoming freshmen did not escape 
the traditional events of Orientation 
Week and early fall, including the em- 
barrassment of Rat Court, the antics 
of the Powder Puff football game and 
the Sigma Chi Derby. 




The first ordeal of the school year, carrying mountains of clothes, is met by one 
of Eastern's 9.602 fall semester students 




Rat Court Justices (above) mete a hilarious sentence to an unsuspect- 
ing freshman, who (opposite) is on the receiving end of a zealous execu- 
tion by justice Al Clark. 



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During the Powder Puff football game, the K.UI s huddle to 
plot strategy for their next play 




Due to the shortage of jerseys an Alpha Gam makes a quick change before 
entering the action 



"Mortally injured", a KDT lies on 
the turf during Powder Puff play. 



28 STUDENT LIFE 




Powder Puff and Sigma Chi Derby 
Add Comic Relief to Early Weeks 




A Chi Omega courageously braves the hot sun and sour 
milk during the Derby's "baby bottle" contest 



ADPi's enthusiastically cheer their favorites during another Derby event. 



STUDENT LIFE 29 



More Than 9,600 
Register For Fall 



When registration for the first se- 
mester ended, the last student through 
the line pushed the fall enrollment 
figure to 9.602. 

The registration total was 62 stu- 
dents less than the year before: a fact 
creditable to the new draft lottery, 
an abatement of the influx of students 
from the post WWII baby boom, and a 
general cool down of the economy. 

Registration was the same as al- 
ways, with two minor exceptions. Due 
to the new academic calendar, it was 
completed about three weeks earlier 
than normal; and a few hundred in- 
coming freshmen had registered early 
in the summer. The success of the 
registration made an expansion of the 
system a certainty for the future. 



Right: Students jam the auxiliary gym in Alumni Coliseum 
during registration. Below: Needing assistance is not al- 
ways a bad experience when the Vallianettes are around. 



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Top: Excedrin Headache No. 169: The last class you need is 
closed. Left: Students take advantage of any flat surface to com- 
plete the many forms required during registration. Above: The 
last, but perhaps the most painful, task of registration is paying 
fees . . . even if you postpone it. 



STUDENT LIFE 31 




Book-buying is a necessity of a semester's 
beginning, and the zeal of the new school 
year finds many of them open before they 
are paid for. 



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Books Bought, Classes Are Begun 






Early in the year, classes are marked by 
rapt attention and the conscientious tak- 
ing of notes. 



STUDENT LIFE 33 



'Musical Dorms' 
Played By Coeds 

The year-m-year-out routine of dormi- 
tory life was enlivened this year with the 
inception of what could be called "musi- 
cal dormitories." 

Keith Hall, which had served as a 
men's residence since its construction 
more than a decade ago. was converted 
to a women's dormitory for the fall se- 
mester due to a change in the male- 
female student ratio. During the spring 
semester, with Burnam undergoing a 
renovation. Combs. Miller. Beckham and 
McCreary halls joined Keith as "men's" 
dorms being occupied by coeds. 

A concerted effort was made during 
the year for more dormitory-centered 
activities. 

Whether they were constructed as 
men's or women's halls, all of Eastern's 
dormitories continued to serve as part 
of the total educational experience. The 
lessons learned through living and 
working together were often as con- 
structive as those of the classroom. 

Right: Dorms offer an opportunity for relaxed "cutting up". 
Below: The telephone provides a necessary link with the world 
outside the dorm Below right: A coed carries her belongings into 
Earle Combs Hall at the start of the second semester. The dorm's 
freshly painted door tells the story of its conversion. 




34 STUDENT LIFE 




One of the advantages of having a roommate is that a hairdresser is always handy. 



STUDENT LIFE 35 









Window decorations, waiting for the shower, and pensive 
moments are all memorable experiences of dormitory living. 





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A suitcasing student watches patiently as she awaits her weekend ride home. 



STUDENT LIFE 37 



Governor Nunn Heads Begley Dedication 



The attention of national leaders in physi- 
cal education, law enforcement, military, and 
athletics focused on Eastern late in Septem- 
ber with the dedication of the Robert B. Beg- 
ley Building. 

A multi-purpose structure, the Begley 
Building opened, housing the headquarters 
for EKU's School of Health, Physical Educa- 
tion. Recreation and Athletics, the School of 
Law Enforcement, and the Department of 
Military Science. As an athletic facility, it was 
designed to seat 20,000 football fans to 
watch the Colonels in action on Hanger Field. 





Above: Robert B Begley. extreme right. Eastern regent and drug com- 
pany president enjoys the dedication game win over East Tennessee 
with Governor Nunn. President Martin and other dignitaries Below left: 
Governor Louie B. Nunn, framed by the national and state colors, ad- 
dresses the crowd gathered for the dedication ceremonies of the Robert 
B. Begley Building. Below: Jim Pratt, president of the EKU Student 
Association, officially accepts the Begley Building on behalf of his fel- 
low students Opposite: Eastern's flag unfurls majestically during the 
impressive flag-raising ceremonies preceding the EKU-East Tennessee 
football game. 



38 STUDENT LIFE/BEGLEY DEDICATION 




STUDENT LIFE/BEGLEY DEDICATION 39 



Wide Curriculum 
Serves Students 



Eastern students enrolled in 137 dif- 
ferent major degree programs during the 
1970-71 year. The academic offering, 
largest in EKU history, included more 
than 100 programs that did not exist at 
Eastern just ten years ago. 

Students patrticipated in 24 asso- 
ciate, 61 baccalaureate, 44 masters, 
seven specialist degree programs and in 
the joint doctoral program. 

Approved to be added to this academic 
potpoun were 1 1 new programs that will 
be offered dunngthe 1971 fall term. 

Right: The use of the cutting torch 15 not an industrial skill alone, 
as is demonstrated in this art design course Below: An Eastern 
nursing student Intently observes an operation in progress at the 
UK Medical Center. 






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Eastern art students work with varied 
media in creating their work, includ- 
ing, as in this case, the traditional 
canvas and oil 



STUDENT LIFE 41 



Right: Dyeing pigments are important in preparing 
microscope slides Below: Dr Santord Jones, who 
coordinated a summer National Science Founda- 
tion Institute in biology, conducts an experiment. 





42 STUDENT LIFE 





The Drosophila (fruit fly) remains the classic subject in 
genetic study. Right: A student gently removes fruit flies 
from a container before placing them under a dissecting 
microscope to determine sex. 



STUDENT LIFE 43 




Right: There is room for a little diversion 
in most classes Far right: A circular class 
arrangement is conducive for discussion 
in a graduate-level education course Be- 
low: Follow through on an iron shot gets 
the attention of a coed participating in a 
physical education activity class. 



44 STUDENT LIFE 




A women's physical education class receives 
struction on six-player basketball 



STUDENT LIFE 45 




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The Extended Arm: A Universal Symbol . . . 





"Body Language" was the name of a best- 
selling book during the year, but the arm 
and its language of signals could well deserve 
a volume all its own. 

Just the simple act of extending the arm 
over the head has myriad applications, all 
with different symbolism. Whether the signal 
of an official starting an athletic contest, a 
fan signaling his favorite team, an individual 
indicating power for his cause, a questioning 
student or a conductor drawing musical 
artistry, the outstretched arm is as important 
a communicative tool as the spoken word. 



STUDENT LIFE 47 



. . . With Diverse Interpretations 





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STUDENT LIFE/CHANCE MEETING 51 






Left: Pollution came under examination during an April observance of 
Earth Day, dramatized by day-long amphitheatre discussions and the 
display of truck loads of trash that littered the Madison County country- 
side. Above: Despite its occasional heavy smoke discharges, the EKU 
heating plant was |udged nearly 100 percent effective in removing 
polluting matter. Not so lucky was the H. K. Porter Plant, located near 
the campus, which was chastised by the Madison County Grand Jury 
and the Richmond administration for emitting noxious fumes Below: 
At the ROTC forum, students voice both opposition and support to 
a mandatory military science program to Charles Abner, Larry Parks 
and Gary McDavid. defenders of ROTC. 




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Critical Issues Come Into Focus 




The Eastern campus provided a sheltered environ- 
ment where the critical issues of the day could be 
examined in a rational manner without pressure and 
coercion. 

Both on-campus and universal issues came into 
focus during the year. Included in the former was the 
question of mandatory ROTC and women's dormitory 
hours, both the subjects of student forums and stu- 
dent-faculty committee study. Pollution, the war, drug 
abuse and the problems of governmental agencies at 
all levels also came under the examination of students 
and the entire University Community. 



STUDENT LIFE 53 



Coed Dorm Hours 
Draw Discussion 




Above: Edie Reynolds poses a question to Women's Interdorm Coun- 
cil members Sharon Crews. Margaret Skaggs, and Ellen Simpson (op- 
posite) at a forum examining women's dormitory hours Below: Antique 
millstones, here as they were at the beginning of the school year, were 
the center of attention in an issue concerning maintaining the "natural 
state" of the ravine when they were placed in a seating area. 






The pressing problem of child abuse was highlighted by the Kentucky 
Law Enforcement Council-sponsored Kentucky Coroners' Conference 



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Autumn Spectaculars 
Stir Campus to Life 

At the first leaves of fall blanketed the 
campus. Eastern had an outward appearance 
of slumber. However, the peaceful atmo- 
mosphere belied the outburst of activity 
which accompanied autumn to the campus. 



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Band Day Explodes 
With Color, Sound 



The first major football season production 
brought more than 5.000 high school band 
members to Richmond and Eastern for the 
annual kaleidoscope of color and sound that 
is Band Day. 

A downtown parade, a rehearsal and a pic- 
nic lunch led to the always stirring massed 
band halftime show. 




Richmond streets are brightened by the parading bands. 




58 STUDENT LIFE BAND DAY 




EKU marching band director Robert Hartwell (above) conducts th 
massed bands (below) in a voluminous halftime show. 




The Madison Central band's color guard 
stands silhouetted against a billowy sky dur- 
ing the halftime performance 



STUDENT LIFE/BAND DAY 59 



Homecoming 

Says 'You've Read 

It In The Paper' 

Homecoming '71, sporting a "You've Read 
it in the Paper" theme, began with the chores 
of float building and ended with a 17-7 foot- 
ball victory over visiting Murray. 

Among Homecoming weekend's major ac- 
tivities were a Friday night dance to the music 
of the Sirs in Brass; and a post-game concert 
by the Friends of Distinction. 

Peggy Cotten. a sophomore from Spring- 
field. Ohio, was selected Homecoming Queen 
from among 15 elected finalists. She was 
crowned in pregame ceremonies before a 
crowd of 22.500. 




Work on floats proceeds feverishly the nights before Homecoming. 




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Left: A "polluting" Murray is swept up Above: "E" mum-holding coeds 
watch dreamily as the parade passes. Below: A Lexington Shrine Temple 
clown presents a flower to a parade watcher. 




STUDENT LIFE/HOMECOMING 61 



Right: A Linus-toting majorette carries the newspaper theme into the half- 
time show. Below: Fans are still coming in as Eastern and Murray begin 
their important OVC game 





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President Martin prepares to bestow the traditional kiss upon Home- 
coming Queen Peggy Cotten as news cameras and court look on. 



Lectures, Concerts Provide Diversion 



A variety of cultural presentations provided 
self-improvement diversions throughout the 
academic year. 

The Garvice Kincaid Lecture, the Commu- 
nity Concert Series. University Theatre pro- 



ductions, art exhibits, and the University 
Center Board lecture-concert series com- 
bined to offer a year-round program for 
Eastern's students, faculty, staff and members 
of the Richmond community. 




Above: Famous guitarist Carlos Montoya performs his artistry in Brock 
Auditorium as part of the Community Concert Series. Right: Kincaid 
lecturer Jesse Stuart clasps his head during a reflective portion of his 
presentation. Opposite: University Theatre performer Robert S. Gray 
performs in the Civil War drama. "John Brown's Body." 



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Center Board 

Concerts Headline 

5th Dimension 

Right: Spotlights silhouette the performers during the University 
Center Board-sponsored Oliver Concert. Below: Folk song stylist 
Josh White entertains in Alumni Coliseum. 




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Above and left: The 5th Dimension performs in the Center Board's most 
heavily attended concert of the year. 



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Even In The Midst of Crowds . . 



When nearly 10,000 people are impacted 
into a relatively compact area, the individual 
is faced with the problem of maintaining 
identity. 

Eastern was no different this year. A new 
stadium made the crowds even larger and 
sometimes the elements forced humanity, 
closer together. Classes and campus side- 



walks reinforced the feeling that the student 
was no longer just himself, but part of the 
larger impersonal whole. But for the person 
who looked beneath the surface, there was 
always the opportunity to be physically alone, 
or to maintain individuality through individ- 
ual expression and reflection. 




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Building Present, 
But Centralized 



To the seasoned observer of Eastern, and 
to upperclassmen. the construction activity 
this year seemed misleadingly at a low ebb. 
In contrast to past years when construction 
work was being conducted on virtually every 
edge of the campus, it was centralized this 
year into one location. 

Rising from the old Hanger Stadium site 
were the new Powell University Center, which 
will be EKU's new social center, the William 
Wallace Building, a classroom structure, and 
the nondenominational Chapel of Meditation. 



Right: Structural steel is outlined against the sky at the William Wallace 
Building site. Below: A single photograph captures major construction 
activity at the Powell University Center, the Chapel of Meditation, and 
the Wallace Building. Opposite: A crane rises above the work on the 
University Center. 





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Snow and Cold 
Close Classes 



After a winter devoid of snowfall 
through its first two months. Eastern 
fell victim to heavy accumulations of 
the cold, white stuff in February. Slick 
roads and campus sidewalks, coupled 
with sub-10 degree weather, forced 
the cancellation of a day-and-a-half of 
classes. 

While the heating plant, which had 
suffered the burn-out of stoker motor, 
struggled to maintain campus 
warmth, students frolicked, imperv- 
ious to the cold. 



Right: The area behind the library becomes a snowball bat- 
tleground Below: Despite its drawbacks, snow provides a 
cold-weather beautification of campus shrubs. 




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Above: A stop sign makes an improvised sled for a student zipping 
down a sidewalk into the ravine. Left: The spring thaws will make 
this bird's nest again habitable. 



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February Puts Football On Ice 




Opposite, above and left: Snowfall and stu- 
dent ingenuity combine tor the inception of 
a new sport, snow football 



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Safety and Security officer Jack Lemmons per- 
forms his morning and afternoon duty of stopping 
traffic so that children attending Model Laboratory 
School can cross Lancaster Avenue in safety. 





STUDENT LIFE 




Campus Security 
Performs Services 



Above: Officer Bill James chats with a student during the 
half of an Eastern basketball game. Below: The miniature 
two-way radio is an important tool In traffic control. 



STUDENT LIFE 81 



THE Game 




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STUDENT LIFE 87 



Teaching Highlights 
Many Seniors' Year 



For more than half of Eastern's graduating 
seniors, a semester of student teaching was a 
unique experience. After three years of pre- 
paration and the study of education and 
subject matter courses, the theory of the 
classroom was put into practice. 

Besides being a valuable learning device 
for the future teachers, it was the initial, first- 
hand taste of their chosen profession. 



Right: Student teacher Jane Rice draws an amused reaction from 
student Jill Curry at Model Lab School Below: Student teachers Mar- 
tha Saylor. Miss Rice. Barbara Van Zant and Glen Hendrix compare 
notes while relaxing in the faculty lounge. 








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Miss Rice and student Cecilia Orchard enjoy a lighter moment on the 
playground during recess. 



STUDENT LIFE 89 




Glen Hendnx helps students Steve Hensel (above) and Chris Sal 
yerwith individual math problems. 



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Left: Hendrix and Miss Rice quietly discuss the next pro- 
cedure in a team-teaching effort. Below: Hendrix super- 
vises an outdoor free play period. 







STUDENT LIFE 91 




Above: Claudia Taylor entertains with "I'm Just A Girl Who Can't Say No." from "Okla- 
homa" during the talent phase of competition. Above right: The newly crowned Miss 
Eastern parades down the runway Below: Contestants Carol Schwenke. Brenda Reiter. 
Debbie Pearson. Jenny Robinson and Alice Kraig pose for the |udges during swim suit 
competition Below right: The outgoing Miss Eastern. Marty Jo Payton makes her exit sing- 
ing "The Other Mans Grass Is Always Greener." 




92 STUDENT LIFE 




Claudia Taylor Captures Miss Eastern Title 




Above: Claudia Taylor and first runnerup Vickey Carney both smile as the 
announcement revealing the 1971 Miss Eastern is made. Below: Mistress of 
ceremonies Janie Olmstead. the 1966 Miss Kentucky, prepares to read the 
judges' decisions as finalists Alice Kraig, Jenney Robinson, Brenda Reiter. 
Claudia Taylor andVickey Carney, are all beaming. 



Miss Claudia Taylor was crowned 
Miss Eastern 1971 in March as she was 
selected from among ten contestants 
to be EKU's representative in the Miss 
Kentucky Pageant and at the 1971 
Mountain Laurel Festival. 

She was crowned by the 1970 Miss 
Eastern and reigning Mountain Laurel 
Queen, Miss Marty Jo Payton. 

A Frankfort sophomore, Claudia 
decked out in western dress for her 
talent presentation, a vocal rendition 
of "I'm Just A Girl Who Can't Say No." 
from the Broadway musical "Okla- 
homa." 

Members of Miss Eastern's court 
were first runnerup. Miss Vickey Car- 
ney; second runnerup, Miss Alice 
Kraig; third runnerup, Miss Jenney 
Robinson, and fourth runnerup, Miss 
Brenda Reiter. 

The Miss Eastern Pageant was spon- 
sored by the Panhellenic Society and 
Interfraternity Council. 




STUDENT LIFE 93 




Spring Fever 
Precedes Finals 

An inescapable fact of every school 
year is that the warm weather of spring 
and the academic showdown of final 
examinations coincide. Fortunately, 
there always seem to be a few short 
weeks available to enjoy springtime be- 
fore turning to the serious work at 
hand. 



Above: A bicycle recieves a fresh rider during the Delta Upsi- 
lon bicycle marathon. Right: Physical education students 
take advantage of the warm sun on the steps of the Weaver 
Health Buildings. 




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Left: Abbreviated outfits mark the coming of warm weather Be- 
low: A cook-out at Adams' cave provides a break from the daily 
routine of classes. 






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Library Gets Workout As Exams Near 




Above: A coed relaxes in a deserted dorm lobby as she catches up on 
her reading Right: Jon May takes advantage of the periodical room 
to bone up on current issues. 



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STUDENT LIFE 97 



Opposite: Seclusion can be found between the stacks of 
books in the library Right: The library staff is kept busy as 
the closing semester and final examinations increases 
circulation Below: Teamwork is many times an asset to 
studying 





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Outdoor Activities Highlight Spring 



Spring's warming weather 
drove campus activity back to 
the outdoors as Greek events 
like Kappa Alpha's Old South 
Week, the Delta Upsilon bike 
race, and the organized spring 
sports began to dominate lei- 
sure hours. 

For more than 1,700 Eastern 
seniors, enjoying their last bout 
as students with spring fever, 
the culmination of four years 
came closer as the days drew 
longer. 




Right: One of the highlights of the KA's Old 
South Week is a parade through the campus by 
the brothers and their ladies. Above: A Colonel 
trackman clears a hurdle in the OVC trackmeet 
at Morehead. 




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Left: "Out" is the call as a Colonel base runner is 
tagged while trying to score Below: A soon to be 
graduate perches by the ravine fish pond to read 
the Progress. 




STUDENT LIFE 101 



Commencement Is 
Alpha and Omega 

Suddenly, it ended! 

For some 2,000 persons, commencement 
signaled both the end of years of preparation 
at Eastern and the beginning of a future as 
bright as their initiative and imagination 
would allow. 

Left behind were friends and the many 
things which would always be held dear. But, 
none could, if they wanted, leave behind the 
memories. 



The lighted stage of the Van Peursem Pavilion provides a beacon during 
summer commencement in the amphitheatre 





Opposite: Mothers and those 60-second photographs make commence- 
ment complete Left: The lighted stage of the Van Peursem Pavilion 
provides a beacon during summer commencement in the amphi- 
theatre Below: A congratulatory kiss is another reward 




STUDENT LIFE/COMMENCEMENT 103 




BEAUTY 



Homecoming Queen 
Queen Athena . "._-- 
Campus Beauties ,. 
Miss Photogenic . 
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HOMECOMING QUEEN 
Miss Peggy Cotten 

Miss Peggy Cotten. a junior business 
education major from Springfield, 
Ohio, was chosen from 15 student- 
elected finalists to reign over the 1970 
Homecoming. 

Vibrant Peggy, sponsored by Kappa 
Alpha Order, was selected by a panel 
of judges who used beauty, poise, and 
personality as their criteria. 





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BEAUTY/HOMECOMING QUEEN 107 




108 BEAUTY QUEEN ATHENA 



QUEEN ATHENA 
Barbara Harrison 

Miss Barbara Harrison, a junior speech pa- 
thology major from Erlanger, is the 1971 Queen 
Athena. Barbara was selected by the Associa- 
tion of the United States Army to serve as ROTC 
Corps Sponsor and sponsor commander during 
1971-72. 

Active in campus organizations, the 1971 
goddess of skill, wisdom and warfare is a mem- 
ber of Chi Omega sorority and a majorette. 




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CAMPUS BEAUTIES 

The Student Body was the judge for the 
selection of the 14 coeds featured as Campus 
Beauties in the 1971 Milestone. This year's 
Campus Beauties, including the Misses Pho- 
togenic and Milestone, are the members of 
the court of Homecoming Queen Peggy Cot- 
ten. All were chosen in a campus-wide elec- 
tion from among 45 nominees. Selected 
to begin this year's presentation is Miss Marty 
Jo Payton, the reigning Kentucky Mountain 
Laurel Queen and Miss Eastern of 1970. 




MARTY JO PAYTON, Beta Omicron Gamma 



110 BEAUTY/CAMPUS BEAUTIES 




GAIL LYTTLE, 

University Ensemble 



GINGER SPRIGGS, E Club 



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BEAUTY/CAMPUS BEAUTIES 113 




DONAGENE BRANHAM, ROTC 



114 BEAUTY CAMPUS BEAUTIES 




DARYL POYNTER, Tau Kappa Epsilon 




MILLERSON WILKINS, Delta Sigma Theta 



BEAUTY-CAMPUS BEAUTIES 115 




DEBBIE GROVE, McGregor Hal 



116 BEAUTY/CAMPUS BEAUTIES 




CONNIE HANEY, Palmer Hall 




OLIVE FALCONE, Veterans Club 



BEAUTY-CAMPUS BEAUTIES 117 



MISS PHOTOGENIC 

Marie Covington 

Photogenic, says Webster, is being artis- 
tically suitable for being photographed. That 
describes the 1971 Miss Photogenic. Marie 
Covington, a junior physical education major 
from Georgetown. 

Selected as Miss Photogenic by the Mile- 
stone photographers. Marie is active in the 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation 
Club, and was sponsored as a Homecoming 
Candidate by the Keith Hall House Council. 





118 BEAUTY/MISS PHOTOGENIC 




MISS MILESTONE 

RoxieCronenwett 

Selected by the editors 
on the basis of her cameo- 
like classic beauty is the 
1971 Miss Milestone, Roxie 
Cronenwett. Roxie is a 
sophomore physical educa- 
tion major trom Mount 
Gilead, Ohio, and was spon- 
sored by Telford Hall. 




BEAUTY MISS MILESTONE 119 



Governor Nunn 
Emphasizes Order 

The Commonwealth's Governor, the Hon- 
orable Louie B. Nunn. took special interest 
in higher education during the third year ot 
his term, as he took steps aimed at prevent- 
ing disruption on Kentucky's campuses. 

Early in the academic year, the governor 
sent letters to all students enrolled in Ken- 
tucky's public universities and colleges 
urging them to maintain order so that public 
and legislative reaction would not endanger 
the institutions' sources ot tunds. 

The Kentucky chief executive's visits to 
Eastern included a dinner honoring Regent 
Earle B. Combs on his induction into the 
baseball Hall of Fame, a press conference 
for high school journalists, and the dedica- 
tion of the Robert B. Begley Building. 

At the Begley dedication. Governor Nunn 
said, "This nation today looks to its univer- 
sities to restore themselves as citadels of 
reason in a free society." He said that "those 
who want to maintain the university must 
align themselves in support of academic 
freedom. There is no middle ground here 
because to tolerate violence is to condone 
violence." 

Right: Governor Louie B. Nunn delivers the address at the dedication of 
the Robert B Begley Building Below: The state's highest official 
answers questions from high school journalists during a summer work- 
shop. Below Right: Governor Nunn. President Martin, and members of 
the Board of Regents walk toward their seats following flag-raising 
ceremonies that preceded the Eastern-East Tennessee football game. 




122 ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION 




Regents' Decisions Affect University Life 



As the University's official governing body, 
the Board of Regents made itself felt through 
the enactment of important measures in 
virtually every phase of EKU's operation dur- 
ing the 1970-71 year. 

The administrative measure which first 
affected students was the adoption of a new 
academic calendar that advanced school 
year dates by nearly four weeks. Under the 
new schedule, the year began in late August, 
with commencement set for early May. 

Okaying a new student body constitution, 



approval of construction bond issues, the 
sanctioning of a dozen new degree programs 
and new administrative and faculty appoint- 
ments consumed a good part of the Regent's 
work. 

Eastern's Board of Regents is composed 
of men who have made significant contribu- 
tions in their professions, appointed to four- 
year terms by the Governor. Student and 
faculty representatives, who are elected by 
their peers, serve as non-voting members on 
the Board. 





EASTERN'S BOARD OF REGENTS: Earle B. Combs, Robert B. Begley, Bob 
Babbage. William L Wallace. President Robert R Martin. Wendell P. Butler 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Dr J. C. Powell, board secre- 
tary. Henry Stratton. Gerald May. Ralph Whalin. Marvin Edwards Below: 
Regents Begley. Babbage. and Wallace study a proposal for a new graduate 
degree program during a quarterly board meeting. 




ACADEMICS/BOARD OF REGENTS 123 




The President, Dr. Robert R. Martin 



124 ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION 



President Martin Assumes National Post 



Dr. Robert R. Martin began his second de- 
cade as Eastern's sixth president in impressive 
fashion this year as he reaped honors and rec- 
ognition for the achievements of his admini- 
stration and assumed an important position 
of national educational leadership. 

Recognition came in the form of resolutions 
from the EKU faculty, Board of Regents, the 
Alumni Association, and Richmond and Madi- 
son County government as Dr. Martin's 10th 
year as president ended. The resolutions com- 
mended President Martin for his efforts in 
providing educational opportunities and the 
maintenance of order on the Eastern campus. 

Later in the year, in ceremonies at More- 
head, President Martin received the Joint 
Alumni Council of Kentucky's first award for 
distinguished service to education. 

Dr. Martin was thrust into a position of na- 
tional leadership in November when the Amer- 
ican Association of State Colleges and Univer- 
sities elected him as the organization's presi- 
dent-elect. He will serve as president of the 
275-institution group next year. 

Earlier, during the summer, Dr. Martin rep- 
resented the AASCU before a Congressional 
education and labor committee studying fed- 



eral assistance to college and university stu- 
dents. 

In testimony that received prominent atten- 
tion from federal government and the national 
press, Dr. Martin likened a student aid plan 
that would restrict funds to disrupted cam- 
puses to a "three-legged horse." He pointed 
that the plan, which would have made an es- 
timated 100,000 low-income students ineli- 
gible for financial aid, would "limp along badly 
until it finally collapses." 

In January, Dr. Martin issued a 36-page re- 
port of Eastern's development from 1959-60 
to 1969-70. Entitled "Toward a Vision," the 
report outlined quantitative and qualitative 
developments at Eastern in the primary areas 
of physical plant, faculty, curricula, and stu- 
dent services. 

The latter area, student services, received 
special emphasis from President Martin dur- 
ing the 1970-71 year. The establishment of a 
counseling center away from administrative 
offices and an expanded program within the 
residence halls were parts of the effort to bring 
student services on par with other University 
functions. 




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President Martin addresses a gathering of faculty, staff, city and county 
government officials, and newsmen during ceremonies marking the 
end of his 10th year in office. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 125 



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John L. Vickers serves as President Martin's executive as- 
sistant in addition to his duties as director of placement. 



President and Mrs. Martin, here enjoying one ot Easterns areas of 
flowers, try to attend most campus events 




President Martin displays two phases of an administrator's duties as 
he listens intently (above) during a Board of Regents' meeting, and 
hails the first ball hit at the Arlington Golf Course when he cere- 
moniously opened it last summer. 



126 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




Left: Vice President for Administration. 
Dr J, C Powell, has diverse respon- 
sibilities for the University and serves 
as Secretary to the Board of Regents. 



Regents Name Center To Honor Powel 



Vice President for Administration, Dr. 
J. C. Powell, was recognized this year for 
his contributions to the University during 
the past decade when the Board of Regents 
named the new university center to honor 
him. 

Concerned with the University's fiscal 
affairs and with certain areas of general 
administration, Dr. Powell has as one of his 
major assignments the preparation of 
Eastern's internal budget. He prepares the 
University's annual budget request for 



funds appropriated by the General Assem- 
bly of the Commonwealth. The organiza- 
tion of bond issues for construction proj- 
ects and development of applications for 
federal funds for construction were among 
other responsibilities assigned to his office. 
The Vice President for Administration 
has responsibilities for the Office of Inter- 
nal Auditor, Division of Safety and Security 
and Division of Data Processing. The Safety 
and Security operation moved into new 
facilities in the Brewer Building this year. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 127 



New Academic 
Programs Begun 

Coordinating the implementation 
of 18 new degree programs while gain- 
ing Board of Regents sanction of 11 
more was a major effort of the Office 
of Academic Affairs, directed by Vice 
President Thomas F. Stovall, during 
the 1970-71 academic year. 

Graduate degree programs offered 
for the first time included the Special- 
ists in Education degree in four areas; 
three Master of Arts in Education con- 
centrations; and MA's in physics, geol- 
ogy, psychology and criminal justice. 

New undergraduate fields included 
the Bachelor of Arts in journalism and 
regional planning, Bachelor of Science 
degrees in fisheries management, 
distributive education and rehabilita- 
tion education. A bachelor's degree 
program leading to certification in 
special education was also added, and 
an Associate of Arts in medical assist- 
ing was new. 

Programs approved for 1971-72 
included master's degrees in French, 
Spanish, mathematics, psychology, 
and education with emphasis in school 
health, plus a fifth-year program in 
school health education. Baccalau- 
reate programs were nursing, interior 
design, art, and minors in social work 
and rehabilitation education. An asso- 
ciate program in interior decoration 
was also okayed. 

In other important actions this year, 
a new pass-fail grading system was 
initiated for student teaching and the 
Division of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation and Athletics was redesig- 
nated as a school. 




Dr Thomas F. Stovall. Vice President of Academic Affairs, directs Eastern's 
overall scholastic program 



128 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




Top Left: Mr. Leonard Taylor, the University's 
registrar, is responsible for maintaining aca- 
demic records of EKU students. Left: As Dean 
for Continuing Education. Dr. LaRue Coca- 
nougher heads a program of off-campus exten- 
sion, correspondence, and Saturday and evening 
classes. Above: Dr Kenneth Clawson. Dean of 
Richmond Community College, provides a cen- 
tral source of information about Eastern's two- 
year associate degree programs. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 129 




Above: Dr Charles Ambrose. Dean of Admis- 
sions, supervises the processing of paperwork 
generated by prospective students' applications 
for admission Right: Dr Tom Myers, Vice Pres- 
ident for Student Affairs, tries to follow a policy 
of positive assistance to students rather than 
assuming the role of a disciplinarian 



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130 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 





Miss Mary Ingels. Dean of Women, and Dr. James Allen, Dean of Men. head 
offices aimed at the social advising and well being of the Eastern student body. 



Activities, Counseling Receive Attention 



An office of student organizations and ac- 
tivities and a counseling center were among 
the development in the Office of Student Af- 
fairs. 

The Student organizations and activities 
operation was made responsible for scheduling 
and coordinating University-sponsored activ- 
ities as well as activities of campus organiza- 
tions. This office was planned to work with the 
University Center Board upon completion of 
the University Center. 

A counseling center was also an important 
addition to the student affairs program. The 
center, housed in Ellendale Hall, offered free 
counseling to any Eastern student. The coun- 
seling center also operated a phone-in service 
until midnight, permitting students calls to dis- 
cuss any problem or request needed informa- 



tion. 

The campus infirmary offered improved 
services this year with the addition of a nurse 
and an evening physician. With these additions 
the infirmary remained open to students until 
11 p.m. 

A program of hiring full time dorm directors 
was also initiated as activities in the residence 
halls took on a two-fold purpose this year. In 
an attempt to make the dorms educational, as 
well as residence halls special programs and 
encounter groups were implemented to insure 
that students and directors work together in 
the operation of the residence halls. 

The admissions office became more efficient 
with the hiring of an admissions counselor. The 
hiring of a second counselor was planned for 
the near future. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 131 



Research Sanctions Thirty-Six Projects 



The Office of Research and Develop- 
ment, headed by Vice President John 
D. Rowlett. continued its accelerated 
expansion of the '60's with the funding 
of 36 new projects during the 1970 
calendar year. 

A service arm of the University 
which assists EKU's academic func- 
tions, the office also worked closely 
with projects and programs supported 
by federal and other non-institutional 
funds. Dr. Rowlett's division provided 
the central contact between the Uni- 
versity and various federal agencies. 

Support for the 36 projects came 
from such agencies as the National 
Science Foundation. U.S. Office of 
Education, National Institutes of 
Health, Law Enforcement Assistance 
Administration. National Highway 
Safety Bureau. U.S. Public Health 
Service, Corporation for Public Broad- 
casting. Housing and Urban Develop- 
ment, and Social and Rehabilitation 
Service. 



Top Right: Vice President for Research and Development. 
Dr John D. Rowlett. is responsible for Eastern's relation- 
ships with governmental agencies that award grants to the 
University Below Right: The Director of Institutional 
Research. Dr. R. Dean Acker, coordinates the administra- 
tion of undergraduate and graduate record examinations, 
in addition to his research duties. 




132 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




Business Affairs 
Extends Scope 



Under the guidance of Vice President for 
Business Affairs Neal Donaldson, the Office 
of Business Affairs met the burgeoning 
business, financial and institutional services 
requirements of the University during 
1970-71. requirements which were broad- 
ened by the expanding physical plant. 

The complex organization of the office 
necessary to provide required services to the 
institution includes divisions of accounting 
and budgetary control, bursar, buildings 
and grounds, housing, institutional services, 
personnel services, purchases and store, 
university store, and the university farm £ 

The efforts of the office to maintain a 
constant flow of electricity throughout the 
campus was improved during the Christmas 
break when the Division of Buildings and 
Grounds secured a substantial system to 
withstand heavy overloads. 



Left: The Office of Business Affairs is headed by Vice President 
Neal Donaldson who oversees operations of his office's nine 
divisions Below Left: The EKU bursar. Mr William Stapleton. 
collects funds due the University and cashes checks for the stu- 
dent body Below: Mr H L Unterbrink, Controller, handles 
University transactions with student organizations and insurance 
of Eastern's physical property. 




ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 133 



Public Affairs Sees Fund Drive Ended 



Renewal of the Century Fund drive to fi- 
nance the construction of the Chapel of Medi- 
tation with private funds was a highlight of the 
year's activities of the Office of Public Affairs. 

Under the direction of Vice President for 
Public Affairs. Mr. Donald R. Feltner. the of- 
fice, through the Division of Alumni Affairs, 
successfully tackled the task of raising 
$120,000 in additional funds to complete the 
drive to build the non-denominational chapel. 
The Century Fund stood at $236,000 when bid 
openings for the project in August revealed 
that inflation had forced an original $200,000 
cost estimate to soar to $355,000. 

New pledges and extensions of previous 
pledges — including contributions of both 
types from numerous student organizations 
— raised the required funds. Contracts were 
signed in October and a fall. 1971. completion 
date was set. 

Several special events were held during the 



year including five dedication programs, most 
colorful of which was the dedication of the 
Robert B. Begley Building. A morning address 
by Governor Louie B. Nunn provided the high- 
light. 

The Office of Public Affairs also maintained 
its continuing programs in the divisions of 
Alumni Affairs. University-School Relations, 
News and Publications. Placement and Infor- 
mational Services. Band Day. High School 
Senior Day. Homecoming. Alumni Day and an 
assortment of high school festivals, camps 
and other events were recurring programs of 
the office which attracted thousands of per- 
sons to the campus. 

During the fall, the office compiled and 
edited, in cooperation with other major ad- 
ministrative offices, a 10-year report of the 
President of the past decade, entitled, "To- 
ward A Vision." 




Vice President for Public Affairs Donald R. Feltner. in addition to coor- 
dinating the University's relations with its varied publics, advises EKU's 
All-Amencan student publications, the PROGRESS and MILESTONE. 



134 ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION 






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CUC Opens Doors to Fields of Study 

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Central University College was orginated 
with the two-fold purpose of developing inter- 
disciplinary curricula and advising its stu- 
dents. 

Students enter Eastern and CUC simul- 
taneously, proceeding through two years of 
general studies. After meeting academic re- 
quirements, students are admitted into upper 
division colleges where they finish studies 
in a specialized major. 

The "Learning Laboratory" is a special 
feature of CUC. The lab was set up to advise 
and direct students who showed difficulty 
in adjusting to academic pressures, yet 
whose high school and test records displayed 
ability to achieve. 

Experimental classes were adapted in 
freshman English composition classes this 
year. Students were able to proceed at their 
own rate to complete the courses and did not 
have the worry of direct competition to con- 
tend with. 

Future plans are to apply experimental 
class techniques to general studies science 
classes. 



Right: Dean of Central University College. Dr. Clyde J. 
Lewis, who administers Eastern's General Education pro- 
gram, tosses an acorn to one ot the campus squirrels. 
Below: A freshman coed reflects three stages of expres- 
sions as she encounters her first registration. 






136 ACADEMICS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 




Top: Dr Kenneth D Tunnell, chairman of the social sci- 
ence program confers the outcome of an examination on 
one of his classes Above: Associate Dean of CUC, Dr. Le- 
roy L. Barlow also is responsible for academic advising at 
freshmen and sophomore levels. 



ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 137 




CUC Strengthens 
Academic Offering 



Above: Pictured as he appeared on the 
EKU Instructional TV is chairman of 
the general studies humanities pro- 
gram. Dr Bryan E Lindsay Right: The 
new head of the School and Public 
Health program is Dr Herman S. Bush. 







138 ACADEMICS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 






Above Left: Dr. John Long is head of general 
studies English and also teaches freshman com- 
position classes. Above: Chairman of the physi- 
cal science program. Dr Wallace C. Dixon, 
flashes a transparency for one of his classes. 
Left: Dr. John M. Deck, chairman of CUC physi- 
cal education classes, goes over tests with a 
graduate assistant. 



ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 139 




Above: Mrs. Ann Algier heads the CUC learn- 
ing laboratory, established to help students 
make adjustments toward scholastic achieve- 
ment Above Right: Colonel Joseph L. Pilant, 
head of the Military Science Department — 
addresses the Army commissioning cere- 
monies for graduating seniors. Right: Eastern 
graduates of the ROTC program take their 
oath as commissioned second lieutenants in 
theU. S. Army 



140 ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 




APPLIED ART 



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The Dean of the College of Applied Arts and Technology. 
Dr. William Sexton, stands responsible for the additional 
programs in the College. 




Arts and Technology Expands Programs 



The College of Applied Arts and Technology 
expanded opportunities during the fall semes- 
ter of 1970. when three new programs enlarged 
the Departments of Agriculture. Law Enforce- 
ment, and Nursing. Students interested in a 
two-year program in Turf-Management, a Mas- 
ter of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, or 
two-year programs in Clinical Medical Assisting 
and Administrative Medical Assisting now find 
these available to them. 

During the fall semester, three specialized 
projects were undertaken in the fields of law en- 
forcement and vocational-technical education. 
Eastern's School of Law Enforcement was 
awarded 12 of the 16 graduate fellowships 
approved nationally to prepare college teachers 
of law enforcement. 

A program in regional corrections training 
was implemented to serve the states of Ken- 
tucky. Tennessee, and West Virginia. 

In conjunction with the Pikeville Model City 



Agency. Eastern began an innovative program 
in vocational-technical education for the Pike- 
ville City Schools. 

New facilities also supplemented the oppor- 
tunities offered by the College. Agriculture 
offered its first class in the A.B. Carter Build- 
ing during the fall semester, while both the 
School of Law Enforcement and the Traffic 
Safety Institute found new headquarters in the 
Begley Building. 

During the fall semester. 1970. a total of 
1.310 majors (full-time and part-time) were en- 
rolled in four-year programs and 807 were 
entered in two-year programs. 

The faculty grew to a total of 61 full-time 
and part-time members. Mr. Ralph W. Whalin. 
Chairman of the Industrial Education Depart- 
ment for 30 years, retired from the chairman- 
ship to return to full-time teaching. Dr. Clyde 
O. Craft was named to succeed Mr. Whalin. 



142 ACADEMICS APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Left: Students observe while the teacher illustrates proper lighting 
procedures for the blow torch Below: Dr. Jack A. Luy. Associate 
Dean of the College, has principle duties of advising students with 
curricula, plus serving as University Ombudsman. 




ACADEMICS APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 143 



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New Building 

Aids Ag 

Students 





Above Right: Dr William A Householder. Chair- 
man of the Department of Agriculture, answers 
student questions in his office. Right: Fertilizing 
the ground is a necessary function for reviving 
and producing satisfactory sod for agricultural 
purposes. Above: Agriculture students maioring 
in the field of plant production frequently spend 
their time in the greenhouse under the super- 
vision of Mr. Sam Whitaker 



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144 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 



Left: Agriculture students develop posters to illustrate 
a class proiect on earthworms and the benefits to soil. 
Below: Dr. Glenn Hayes demonstrates the proper weld- 
ing techniques in an agriculture mechanics class 




ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 145 




Above: Coeds learn homemaking first-hand during their semester in the home manage- 
ment house. Below: Mr. Donald Gates heads Eastern's fledgling four-year program in 
interior design 



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146 ACADEMICS APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Home Economics Provides Wide Scope 




Left: Dr Roberta Hill chairs Eastern's Department of 
Home Economics and is concerned with administering 
a wide-ranging curriculum. Above: Mrs. Christine Cal- 
vert, who directs Eastern's textiles and design program. 
explains the application of different stitches to appro- 
priate material 




ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 147 



Dr Kenneth Hansson chairs the Department of 
Industrial Technology which prepares its majors for 
industrially-oriented careers. 




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operating electronic equipment. 



148 ACADEMICS APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Students Prepare 
For Industry And 
Technology 



Left: Advanced mechanical drawing is a skill which both industrial edu- 
cation and technology students must master Below: Dr. Clyde Craft, 
new chairman of the Department of Industrial Education, is concerned 
with preparing teachers of industrial arts and related areas. 




ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 149 



Nurses Undergo Off -Campus Experiences 




Right: Miss Charlotte Denny. EKU nursing chairman, is charged with 
administering both two- and four-year nursing curricula. As part 
of their off-campus laboratory experiences. EKU nursing students 
assist in operations at the UK Medical Center Above: A student 
nurse holds her hands away from her body during pre-operative 
sterilization Below: A knee operation in progress, nursing students 
prepare one of many instruments for use. 





Left: The serious thoughts of a student nurse are mirrored 
in her eyes. Above: Nimble fingers prepare a suture for the 
surgeon's use. Below: A student nurse helps a doctor and his 
aides in restraining a patient who is being put in body cast. 




ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 151 



Law Enforcement Begins Regional Corrections 




Above: Mr. Robert Posey, director of the School of Law 
Enforcement, demonstrates to his class a microscopic 
ballistics examination of a 38-caliber bullet. Right: A close- 
up view of a Richmond City Policeman's insignia is typical 
of a familiar scene in law enforcement classes. Many in- 
service law officers attend courses in EKU's program 




152 ACADEMICS APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Robert Hammons and Tom Gardner, two EKU security officers who are maionng in law 
enforcement, demonstrate radio techniques to Karen Hamilton. Hammons and Gardner 
were credited with saving a student's life through first aid this year. 




Participating in a seminar-type discussion are five students attending 
Eastern's School of Law Enforcement on U.S. Office of Education 



grants. The graduate students are preparing themselves to serve as 
college-level teachers of law enforcement. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 153 




Above: Mr Leslie M Leach, head of the Traffic Safety Institute, of- 
fers courses to teachers who conduct driver education classes in 
high schools Right: Mr Robert Stone directs the Kentucky Law En- 
forcement Council, a state agency housed on the EKU campus 




154 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




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ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Arts and Sciences Expand Programs 



The College of Arts and Sciences imple- 
mented eight new academic degree pro- 
grams — three undergraduate and five grad- 
uate — during the 1970-71 year while laying 
plans for six more new programs for summer 
1971. 

Begun on the baccalaureate level were 
programs in journalism, regional planning 
and fisheries management. Graduate cur- 
ricula initiated were concentrations in 
French. Spanish, and earth science for the 
MA in Education, and Master of Science de- 
grees in geology and physics. 

Go ahead was given during the year for 
additional master's curricula in math. 
French. Spanish, and experimental psychol- 
ogy. 

The completion of the William L. Wallace 
Building, anticipated in the fall, will provide 
office and classroom space for the de- 
partments of English, drama and speech, 
philosophy, anthropology and sociology, and 
mathematics. 

Areas of concentration presently include 
art, English, social science, music, fishery 
management, wildlife management, and 
regional planning. 

Master of Science. Master of Arts. Master 
of Music Education, and Master of Public Ad- 
ministration were the graduate degrees of- 
fered in the College of Arts and Sciences. BS 
and BA curricula were offered in 28 majors. 




Dean Fredric Ogden heads the College of Arts and Sciences and 
assists the departments in accomplishing their general education 
and major degree program missions. 



156 ACADEMICS ARTS AND SCIENCES 





Above: Students use the resources ot the Science Edu- 
cation Center in Memorial Science Building prior to 
going into the field for student teaching Left: Associate 
Dean Glenn Carey assists with the administrative activ- 
ities of the College of Arts and Sciences. 



ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 157 



Anthropology 

Studies Include 

Ancient Cultures 



Right: The Department of Anthropology and Sociology is headed by 
Dr. Richard Armstrong Below. Anthropology studies art from ancient 
cultures and societies. 




158 ACADEMICS ARTS AND SCIENCES 




ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 159 




Biology Gets 
N.F.C. Grant 



Above: Extensive laboratory research is required of all graduate stu- 
dents in biology Right: Dr Edwin Hess heads the Department of 
Biological Sciences. 




160 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Left: Dr Harry M. Smiley, Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Chemistry, ponders a question asked by a 
student. Below: Chemistry students examine the 
results of a recently performed experiment. 




ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 161 



Drama Entertains 
by Presenting Plays 



Right: Chairman of the Department of Drama and Speech. Dr Richard 
Benson, studies a script for a possible presentation. Below: Anger is 
depicted on faces of the cast of "John Browns Body " ^>-j.*ILjl ►- 




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Students have time set aside to work on in-class English compositions. 




Dr. Kelly Thurman. head of the English department, concentrates on 
documents dealing with both undergraduate and graduate programs 
which are administered by his department. 



ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 163 




Above: Dr. Donald Haney, chairman of the Department of Geology, con- 
sults with colleague Dr. Samuel Leung Right: Dr. Graham Hunt explains 
a theory to a geology class. 




164 ACADEMICS-ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Geography Surveys Madison County 







Left: Chairman of the Department of Geography. Dr J R. 
Schwendeman. reviews data recorded in the Madison 
County road survey Below: Dr William Adams explains 
the fundamentals of surveying to geography students. 




ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 165 




The language laboratory offers the student a capability of individually 
controlled experiences with foreign languages. 



166 ACADEMICS ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Philosophy Department 
Awaits Wallace Building 




Left: Dr Charles Nelson, foreign languages chair- 
man, checks degree applications against curricu- 
lum contracts. Above: Dr John Cooper, chairman 
of the philosophy department, enjoys an out-of- 
class discussion with a student Below: Dr George 
Robinson, chairman of the Department of History. 
reviews applications for graduate assistantships in 
his department. 




ACADEMICS- ARTS AND SCIENCES 167 



Music Department Presents Concerts 



Right: Dr. George Muns. chairman of the music » 
department, emphasizes a point during a music 1 
class Below: A music appreciation student follows 




168 ACADEMICS-ARTS AND SCIENCES 




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Above: Head of the Department of Physics. Dr. Ted George, explains 
a complex problem during a class Left: A warning is posted for one of 
the physics department's informative hallway displays. 





ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 169 



Right: Mathematics chairman, Dr Bennie R Lane, works a problem in 
an elementary mathematics class Below: A student works at a card 
punch which plays a large part in the life of a mathematics ma|or. 








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Political Science Assists Local Government 



Left: Dr. Dwynal B. Pettengill, chairman of the Department of Political 
Science, discusses reports with an interested student. Below: Political 
Science graduate students take a coffee break during a seminar. 




ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 171 



Psychology Studies 
Animal Behavior 



Right: Dr James Lee chairman of the Department of Psychol- 
ogy, leads an informal class discussion. Below: A group of 
psychology students does research on animal behavior using a 
rat as a subject- 




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172 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 




COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 



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Business Initiates New BS Program 



Under the direction of Dr. Joseph H. 
Young, the College of Business suc- 
cessfully initiated a new program, the 
Bachelor of Science in Distributive 
Education. Besides heading the Col- 
lege of Business, Dean Young also 
served the university as acting chair- 
man of the Department of Business 
Administration. 

After receiving a liberal education, 
business majors moved forward within 
the wide range of two- and four-year 
programs offered toward a career in 
such business areas as accounting, 
economics, electronic data processing, 
management, marketing, secretarial 
science, and general business. Many 
of the two-year programs were de- 
signed for vocational careers or served 
as preparation for the four-year cur- 
ricula. These four-year degrees led stu- 
dents to the knowledge and skill de- 
manded in the complicated business 
world. 

The Master of Arts in Education 
was offered through the cooperation 
of the Department of Business Edu- 
cation and Office Administration, the 
Graduate School and the College of 
Education. While concentrating on 
business aspects, the program certi- 
fied the degree holder to teach sub- 
jects in secondary and vocational 
schools, junior colleges and univer- 
sities as well as supervisory and ad- 
ministrative positions at local and 
state levels. 

Secretarial programs included the 
core courses of the College of Business 
plus additional courses in shorthand, 
typing, office machines, secretarial 
practice and office management. The 
graduates were prepared to move to 
high-level positions within business, 
industry, and government as execu- 
tives secretaries, administrative as- 
sistants and managerial positions. 




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As Dean of the College of Business and acting Chairman of the De- 
partment of Business Administration. Dr. Joseph H. Young, spends 
many long hours with paper work to organize and direct the exten- 
sive academic programs under his leadership. 



174 ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 




Above: Chairman of the Department of Econo- 
mics, Dr. Donald Shadoan, spreads the under- 
standing of economic systems and theories. 
Left: This coed displays the concentration 
needed to master typing skills. 



ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 175 



Accounting Stresses Two Programs 




Above: Mr. Claude K. Smith, chairman of the Department 
of Accounting organizes both the professional and indus- 
trial accounting programs Right: Complex machinery 
is involved in the field of electronic data processing 




176 ACADEMICS BUSINESS 




Left: Like this business student, all future secre- 
taries realize the importance of basic needs of 
their field Below: Dr Robert Hungarland lec- 
tures on aspects of the advertising field 



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ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 177 




Above: Dr Alfred Patrick, chairman of the Department of 
Business Education, explains the new degree program, 
the Bachelor of Science in Distributive Education Right: 
Miss Jo Neil Jones supervises as students review compli- 
cated shorthand techniques. 




178 ACADEMICS BUSINESS 



Graduates Work Closely With Students 




Top: Students listen during one of the business courses lectured by 
graduate students. Above: Graduate assistants often spend extra 
time helping students gain efficiency working office machinery. 



A student signals a graduate assistant for help. 



ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 179 



Machine Proficiency is a Must 




Above: Data processing programming requires 
extreme accuracy Above Right: Miss Gloria 
Wagner explains the complications of a calcu- 
lator to this marketing maior 



There are few businesses that do not rely on the 
ditto machine. 




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180 ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 



Education Enjoys News Facilities 

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One highlight for many departments in the 
College of Education this year was the mov- 
ing into new buildings with visions of more 
to come. The Director of the School of 
Health, Physical Education, Recreation and 
Athletics along with the departments of Phys- 
ical Education for Men, Recreation and Park 
Administration moved into the Begley Build- 
ing. Besides these advancements, plans were 
made for next year to move the Special Edu- 
cation and Rehabilitation Department into 
the new facilities of the William Wallace 
Classroom Building. 

Under Dr. Dixon A. Barr. Dean of the Col- 
lege of Education, various new programs 
were implemented and approved, including 
a new masters degree in school health and a 
minor in rehabilitation education. The al- 
ready wide curricula expanded further with 
specialist degree programs in elementary 
education, school guidance and counseling, 



student personnel services in higher educa- 
tion, and educational administration. Stu- 
dent teachers were evaluated for the first 
time this year on a pass-fail basis. 

The College of Education encompassed 
many and varied fields of study. After com- 
pleting the general education courses, edu- 
cation majors moved into their specialized 
and professional education programs. 

In the final stages of preparation for 
launching their careers, the students went 
into an actual classroom situation with eight 
weeks of supervised teaching. Besides teach- 
ing, the College of Education offered such 
majors as school hbrananship and guidance 
and counseling. Within the college, the 
School of Health, Physical Education Recre- 
ation and Athletics offered a wide range of 
studies in school health, public health, recre- 
ational training and a wide scope of physical 
education programs. 




Above: Many hours spent by Dr. Dixon A. Barr, dean of the College 
of Education, go into planning and implementing new programs. 



182 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 







Left: Associate Dean of the College of Educa- 
tion. Dr Charles H. Gibson, explains the prin- 
ciples behind advanced research methodology 
to an evening class Below: Chairman of the 
Educational Administration department. Dr 
Henry G. Martin, emphasizes the need for gradu- 
ate studies. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 183 



Special Education Awaits New Quarters 




As chairman of the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Dr. Wieste de Hoop is in charge of organ- 
izing the curricula for this growing and much-demanded field of educational training. 




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Left: In a gym day for special education students, this child watches 
a demonstration on the trampoline. Center: With the help of a spe- 
cial education major, he attempts his first jumping experience. 
Right: After his turn, the little guy decides to rest and explore. 



184 ACADEMICS-EDUCATION 




Left: Dr. Robert Hayes. Chairman of the Department of 
Educational Psychology and Guidance, directs both of the 
programs offered in his department for teaching and non- 
teaching Below: Dr. Richard Deane instructs second- 
graders at Model Lab School in the art of pasting 




ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 185 



Foundations 
Examines Problems 



Right: Dr William McKenney, head of the Department ot Educa- 
tional Foundations sits among a class discussing educational prob- 
lems and possible solutions. Below: An education major listens in- 
tently to a human development lecture. 




186 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 





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Top. This coed practices techniques to preserve equipment for years 
of use by elementary age hands. Above: Future teachers learn the 
art of making bookmarkers which will prompt children to read. 



Above: In public school music, education maiors master a variety 
of skills designed for both elementary and secondary education. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 187 



Among the responsibilities of Dr. William 
Morris, elementary education chairman, 
is the coodination of student observation 
at Model Laboratory School. 




Dr. David Rush. Director of Professional Laboratory Experiences is 
new to Eastern's faculty this year 



188 ACADEMICS EDUCATION 



Teacher Prep Involves Unique Methods 




Prospective student teachers create classroom pandemoneum to 
help prepare a classmate for the real thing. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 189 



Fundamentals Are . . . 




Above: While cutting out figures from construction paper, education 
majors test for themselves assignments they will later give elemen- 
tary students Above Right: Even future teachers must know how to 
act. and a fundamentals student gives here a stereotyped "what not 
to do" demonstration. Right: During fundamentals, common errors 
are caught and corrected, such as the improper usage of a pronoun 
on this poster. 




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190 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 




. . . Work, Work 
And More Work 



Above: A vivid imagination turns the ABC's 
into comical characters tor primary grade 
usage. Left: Students in this fundamentals 
class examine a variety of hand puppets used 
by nursery school and kindergarten teachers. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 191 



Librarians Meet 
Constant Demand 



Right: Besides teaching courses in library science, Miss Juanita 
Phillips. Chairman of the Library Science Department, also in- 
structs elementary education majors in use and value of chil- 
dren's literature and related reading materials Below: Library 
science majors work on ideas for interest-arousing displays. 





192 ACADEMICS'EDUCATION 





Top: These prospective teachers assemble a pamphlet for 
distribution to their education class before observing at 
Model Lab School. Left: Dr. Joe Wise. Chairman of the 
Department of Secondary and Higher Education, coor- 
dinates student teaching in high schools. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 193 



Begley Building 

Houses Variety 

Of Activities 

Right: Dr. Ned Warren heads Eastern's School of 
Health. Physical Education. Recreation and Athletics, 
the largest academic division within the College ot 
Education Below: Dr Warren's school is housed in the 
Robert B. Begley Building, shown here during dedica- 
tion ceremonies in September. 





194 ACADEMICS EDUCATION 





Above: Physical Education majors learn to use a parachut for rec- 
reational activity. Left: Future gym workers receive instruction in 
the proper techniques of spotting. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 195 



Graduate Schoo 
Boosts Programs 



Advancements in graduate studies oc- 
curred on two broad fronts during the aca- 
demic year, 1970-1971. The man supervising 
the planning and approval of new graduate 
degrees was Dean Elmo E. Moretz. 

New Master of Science Degree programs 
were inititated in the fields of criminal jus- 
tice, geology, and physics. The areas of earth 
science, French. Spanish, and special educa- 
tion were added as options for graduate 
study. They were opened to students seeking 
the Master of Arts in Education Degree, mak- 
ing Eastern a more comprehensive univer- 
sity in terms of programming for teachers. 

At the advanced graduate level, four addi- 
tional emphases were added leading to the 
Specialist in Education Degree: Elementary 
education, guidance and counseling, student 
personnel, and administrative and super- 
vision. 

Enrollment increase from some 800 to 
1200. including better than 400 full-time 
students, was the other area of significant 
progress. Graduates of many other institu- 
tions attended Eastern as a graduate institu- 
tion. The proportion of students with gradu- 
ate degrees pursuing doctoral programs and 
joining the faculties of junior and four-year 
colleges was at an all-time high. 



Bill Stoess. a graduate student in the College 
of Business, works at his graduate assistant- 
ship in public affairs 




196 ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 




Left: Graduate candidates pensively await the 
conferring ot their degrees at spring commence- 
ment Below: The Graduate School dean, Dr. 
Elmo Moretz, coordinates the implementation 
of new degree programs. 




ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 197 




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200 HONORS HALL OF FAME 



Margaret Skaggs Namedl971 Hall Of Fame 




Symbolizing the highest stan- 
dards of scholarship, leadership, 
and overall value to the University 
and community is the 1971 entry 
into the Eastern Hall of Fame, Miss 
Margaret Ann Skaggs. Miss Skaggs, 
from Ashland, Kentucky, is distin- 
guished as a scholar-leader who has 
made the most of her college years 
contributing to the betterment of 
the University's people and pro- 
grams. 

The winner was selected by a 
secret committee named by Presi- 
dent Martin from nominations 
made by each of the four colleges, 
the Student Association, Omicron 
Alpha Kappa, and Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. 

A classical foreign languages 
major, Miss Skaggs has maintained 
a perfect 4.0 overall academic 
standing. In addition to being named 
the 1971 Hall of Fame entry, she is 
listed in Who's Who. Margaret was 
named highest ranking sophomore 
working toward a professional de- 
gree, and she also received a de- 
partmental award for the best stu- 
dent in Latin. 

Her many campus activities in- 
clude membership in Kappa Delta 
Pi where she served as vice-presi- 
dent, CWENS, Interdorm Council, 
and secretary of Collegiate Penta- 
cle. Upon graduation, she plans to 
enter graduate school to study clas- 
sic languages. 

The Milestone proudly salutes 
Miss Margaret Ann Skaggs, 1971 
entry into the Eastern Hall of Fame. 



HONORS/HALL OF FAME 201 



Honor Rollees Display Varied Activities 



The 1971 Milestone Honor Roll denotes 
the highest achievement in each of the four 
colleges in regard to a particular field of stu- 
dy and a displayed interest and contribution 
to campus activities. Nominations were made 
by the deans of each respective college on 
the foundation of high academic standing 
and leadership qualities. 

The 1971 Honor Roll has a combined 
three-year academic standing of 3.55. Crown- 
ing the list is Miss Nita Henderson, a home 
economics education major with a 3.876 
point standing. Some of her activities include 
CWENS, Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Who's Who, and the Burrier Award. James V. 
Pellegrinon, a Political Science major with 
a 3.32 average, has been active in KIE, Polity 
Society, the Student Association of which he 
served as President, and is listed in Who's 
Who. Miss Diana Moore, a speech and audiol- 
ogy major with a 3.55 standing, has been 
active in CWENS. Sigma Tau Pi, Chi Omega, 
was runner-up in the 1970 Miss Richmond 
Pageant, and finalist in both the 1969 and 
1970 Homecoming Queen contests. Mrs. 
Jane Gritton, a business education major 
with a 3.41 average, has been an active mem- 
ber of CWENS. SNEA. Sigma Tau Pi, and Col- 
legiate Pentacle. 




JANE C. GRITTON. College of Business. 




JAMES V PELLEGRINON. College of Arts and Sciences. 



202 HONORS HONOR ROLL 




NITA KAREN HENDERSON. College of Applied Arts and Technology. 



HONORS/ HONOR ROLL 203 



nvolved Seniors 



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seven-year-old tradition of hon- SSS--^ iaiJ^S 



The Milestone, continued its 
seven-year-old tradition of hon- 
oring seniors who have shown 
involvement in campus life 
through leadership and abilities 
in extra-curricular activities. 
Senior Citations are awarded 
to students in the areas of mu- 
sic, religion, student govern- 
ment, military, student publica- 
tions, and Greeks. 

Candidates were nominated 
by departmental chairmen and 
organization sponsors. Final 
selections were made by a se- 
cret committee of faculty, ad- 
ministration, and student repre- 
sentatives. 




Religion: BONNIE RICHARDSON. JIM PELLEGRINON. and JEAN BURTON. 



Student Government: JIM PEL- 
LEGRINON, ROBERT BLYTHE. 
CATHY WOZNY. HERB JONES, 
and JAMES PRATT 




204 HONORS SENIOR CITATIONS 




Outstanding Greek Man and Woman: HERB JONES, and ELLEN 
SIMPSON. 



Military: LARRY FIELDS. DANNY FANNIN. BOB WHiTLOCK. and DON 
POWERS Not Pictured: RANDALL HONEYCUTT. and RANDY LONG. 




Publications: STUART REAGAN. LARRY BAILEY. SUSIE BOSTON, and 
BOB WHITLOCK. Not pictured: KEN GREEN. 



HONORS/SENIORCITATIONS 205 



Thirty-Eight Gain 
Who's Who Rating 

Thirty-eight Eastern Kentucy Uni- 
versity students were selected for list- 
ing in the 1970-71 edition of Who's 
Who Among Students in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 

After nominations were submitted 
by department chairmen and the stu- 
dent association. EKU's nominees to 
the national organization were se- 
lected by a faculty committee. Both 
the local and national criteria included 
the demonstration of outstanding 
traits of scholarship, leadership and 
service. 

Each member received a certificate 
of commendation from Who's Who 
and was listed with his achievements 
in the annual publication. 




RICHARD MALOY. Elementary Education 




NITA KAREN HENDERSON. Home Economics 



206 HONORS WHO'S WHO 




NORA D. BRASHEAR, Sociology 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 207 




YOSHIHIKO YAGI. Pre-Medical 



ARLENE COOPER. Sociology 




STUART A. REAGAN AND DONALD G. POWERS. Political Science 



208 HONORS'WHO'SWHO 




KAREN L. HEID, Elementary Education 




MARGARET SKAGGS. Foreign Languages 



SHARAN L. BRYANT, Elementary Education 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 209 




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MARILYN SCROGGIN, Physical Education 




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KAREN BROERING, Foreign Languages 



PATRICIA A. GOINS. Mathematics 



210 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 




LARRY FIELDS. Chemistry 



CAROLYN NATICCHIONI, Physical Education 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 211 




MARY RITATHOMAS. Home Economics 




THOMAS ALIG. History 



212 HONORS WHO'S WHO 




BETTY STEPHENS. Mathematics 



CINDI DORMAN. English 




SANDRA OSBORNE. Music 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 213 




ROBERT BLYTHE, Mathematics 




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ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON. Foreign Languages 




PATTY TARVIN. Business Education 



214 WHO'S WHO/HONORS 




DONAGENE BRANHAM, Public Health 




MARKGELKE, History 



ELLEN SIMPSON. Sociology 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 215 




CLARICE BURTON. Dietetics 



A. MICHAEL FEY. Art 



216 HONORS WHO'S WHO 




MIKE LYONS, Recreation 





MARY HELEN COMPTON. Home Economics 



SHARON VAN HOOSE, Music 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 217 



OAK's Participate In Honors Program 



Omicron Alpha Kappa par- 
ticipated in the organization 
of the Honors Day program 
at the end of the 1969-70 school 
year to recognize outstanding 
students, and worked with Col- 
legiate Pentacle in many activi- 
ties throughout the year. 

OAK's is a national honor 
society to recognize Junior and 
Senior men who have attained 
a 3.4 point standing and who 
have displayed qualities of char- 
acter, leadership, fellowship, 
and service in collegiate activi- 
ties. 




James Breland. Ken Carmichael. and Dan Nordhei 



Scabbard And Blade Maintains Traditions 



Company K. 15th Regiment, Eastern's 
Chapter of Scabbard and Blade was involved 
in several traditional activities throughout 
the year including the saber arch for Governor 
Nunn and for the Homecoming Queen, high 
school ROTC orientations, pre-camp orienta- 
tion for Juniors, fall and spring navigation 



courses, as well as participation in the Nation- 
al Scabbard and Blade Day. 

A national military honor society. Scabbard 
and Blade is composed of outstanding mem- 
bers of Advanced ROTC dedicated to develop- 
ing the leadership qualities of not only 
enlightened officers, but responsible citizens. 




FRONT ROW: Don Powers. Jim Insco. Larry Fields, Jan Sheppard. 
Sponsor, John Wooten. and Larry Solvey. BACK ROW: Lieutenant 



Colonel Graham. Danny Fannin. Dan Baur. Bob Whitlock. Steve Shinn. 
Stephen Aker, William Brown, and Major Nichols, 



218 HONORS HONORARIES 




Business Honoraries 
Pursue Goals 



Pi Omega Pi, business education honorary, 
held Christmas and Spring Banquets and a 
dance which highlighted the year's activities. 

Organized in 1935. it is one of the oldest 
honoraries on campus. It stands as an incen- 
tive for achievement in the field of business 
education. Membership standards consist of 
3.0 grade average in business and education 
combined. 

Sigma Tau Pi, the honorary business soci- 
ety, strives to promote a better understand- 
ing of the business world. This year, mem- 
bers visited the Cincinnati Branch of the 
Federal Reserve Bank and sponsored a book 
swap and a picnic for the members. 

Founded in 1926, Sigma Tau Pi is the old- 
est organization of its kind on Eastern's cam- 
pus. To become a member, a student must 
have 12 semester hours in business while 
maintaining a 2.5 overall. 



FRONT ROW: Pam Frost. Susie Broughton, and Sylvia Davis. BACK ROW 
Mike Klopfer, Linda Tuttle. Becky Unger, Judy Ann Bowling, and Patty 
Tarvln. 




FRONT ROW: Fred Engle. Gloria Higdon, Dan Glier, and Bob Derrick. 
SECOND ROW: Wanda Garr, Lynda Kuhnhenn, Margaret Gordon. Ann 
Prather, Erma Snapp. Roy Ashcraft. Gayle Wells, and Gary Leasor. 



THIRD ROW: Phillip Reed. Steve Kelsay. Fred Brennan. Richard Tabel- 
ing. and William Recker. BACK ROW: David Cooper. John White. 
Steven Durbin. Jerry Tipton, and Larry Locknane. 



HONORS HONORARIES 219 



Kappa Delta Pi Gives Scholarship Award 



Kappa Delta Pi gave a scholarship award 
to the sophomore man and woman with the 
highest academic standing who were planning 
to teach. 

Delta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was 
installed on May 5. 1935 with the purpose of 



recognizing outstanding contributions to 
education. Each candidate for membership 
must exhibit worthy educational ideals with 
the intention to continue in the field of educa- 
tion and a minimum academic standing of 3.1. 




FRONT ROW: Floyd Blevms. Margene Sears. Janet Gunnell. Connie 
Vermillion. Sheila Kirby. Sharan Bryant. Sharon Fike. Gloria Cole- 
man, and Helen Humphries SECOND ROW: Mary Stanger, Susan 
Boone. Mary Elovitz, Patricia Goins. Lynn McCall, Myra Swope. Karen 



Heid. Karen Henderson. Karen Miller, and Clara Smith. BACK ROW: 
Dr Evelyn Francis. Margaret Skaggs. Margaret Jackson. Pam Marks. 
Lloyd Blevms. Barbara Bunch. Mark Gelke. Linda Van Oss, Charlene 
Baldinger, and Mabel Jennings. 



Psi Chi Invites Guest Speakers 



Psi Chi held the club's two traditional fac- 
ulty-student picnics this year. Also, several 
speakers gave talks on specified topics of 
interest in the field of psychology through- 
out the year. 

The Eastern chapter of Psi Chi. the national 
honor society for psychology, was installed 



on May 24. 1968. Requirements for member- 
ship include at least eight hours of psychology 
with a major or minor in this field, a rank in 
the top 35% of the class in general scholarship 
and an indication of superior scholarship in 
psychology. 




FRONT ROW: Pam Kuhn. Sun Dusing. Shirleen Howard. Diane Ful- 
lenwider Jane Halcomb. and John Wubbenhorst. BACK ROW: Sam 



Davis. Karen Hamilton. George Mitchell. Steve Schenck. Glenna Ker- 
by, and Dr. Douglas Hindman. 



220 HONORS HONORARIES 



Polity Society Debates 



Polity Society held campus-wide lectures with 
different speakers throughout the year. Debates 
on political issues kept the interest of the group, 
as well as discussions on questionable topics. 

The Polity Society promotes the political role in 
everyday life and makes membership open to Polit- 
ical Science majors with nine hours and a 3.0 grade 
average. 




FRONT ROW: Sandy Spieser. Stuart Reagan. Claire Jar 
Pfeifer, and Jo Ann Brothers. 



les. Mary Pettengill, Ray Sparnon. Carol 



Honor Society 
Boosts History 



Phi Alpha Theta, national 
history honorary, held discus- 
sions in informal settings at 
the homes of faculty members, 
where the members discussed 
history-related subjects. 

Xi-Theta Chapter of Phi Alpha 
Theta requires that members be 
junior or senior history majors 
maintaining a 3.0 point stand- 
ing. The honorary seeks to bring 
students, teachers, and writers 
of history together both intel- 
lectually and socially. 




FRONT ROW: Jeffrey Duff. Helen Fardo. Kathy Cwans. Kay Robinson, 
Cherilynn De Ronde. Brenda Beaty, Carol Tuttle. and Mrs. Nancy For- 
derhase. SECOND ROW: Jerry Price. Ron Reid, Jayne Mason, Audeen 
Pace, Phyllis Wright, Patricia Shaw. Rebecca Remheimer. Denver 



McFadden. and Arnold Slusher. BACK ROW: James Cwans. Gerald Her- 
rm. James Gano. Doris Duryer, Sterne Hurst, Barbara Gold. Thad 
Smith. Becky Oaks. Paul Stansbury. and Mark Gelke. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 221 



A.P.G. Members 
Attend Meeting 



Members of Alpha Phi Gamma at- 
tended the Associated Collegiate Press 
Convention in Minneapolis to learn 
new ways of improving college journa- 
lism publications. During the year, 
they held money making projects to 
meet their pledge for the Meditation 
Chapel. 

Delta lota Chapter of Alpha Phi 
Gamma honors individual achieve- 
ment in journalism as shown through 
a student's participation on one of the 
three campus publications. 





FRONT ROW: Robert Babbage. Sue Mantel. Patsy Gross. Mary Pat 
Willis. Schley Cox. Roxanne Heekm. Judy Stiebel. Jack Frost. Julia 
Williams, and Glen Kleine. sponsor. BACK ROW Ken Green. Stuart 



Reagan. Sonja Foley. Mike Park. Paula McCann. Daryl Poynter. Bob 
Whitlock. Kitty Dyehouse. Sharon Wientjes. and Marianne Falk. 



222 HONORS HONORARIES 




FRONT ROW: Dan Meckstroth. William Eggemeier. 
Chris Minch, Peter Trzop, Paul Lanier, Jim Moore, 



Phil Hicks. Bob Kutchback, Dave Siereveld, Don 
Meineke, and Mike Roe. 



KIE Renovates Richmond Map 



Kappa lota Epsilon co-spon- 
sored the Freshman Talent Show 
with CWENS during Orientation 
Week. The members worked to 
renovate the map of Richmond, 
and tutored students with their 
academic problems. 



KIE is a sophomore man's hon- 
orary requiring a 3.0 point stand- 
ing and a displayed interest in 
student life through participation 
in campus organizations and 
activities. 




FRONT ROW: Sandra Croley, Debra Hensley. Patti 
Flowers. Judy Alderson, Darla Donley. Janna Par- 
tin, and Marcie Marlow. SECOND ROW: Terry 
Wells, Charlotte Phelps. June Denny. Margaret 
Kurapkat, Sue Lickert, Peggy Robinson. Martha 
Crawford, and Kathy Hughlett. THIRD ROW: Kris- 
tie Gray, Janie Elkin, Lynn Sensel, Vikki Jansen. 



Lynn Dowell, Carol Hornsby, Linda Cooper, and 
Sharon Stroud FOURTH ROW: Diana Hall, Cheryl 
Ellis, Mariann Bundy. Jill Borthen, Debra Hamil- 
ton. Judy Hall. Edwina Hatcher, and Brenda 
Hughes. BACK ROW: Lorna Back. Kathie Rogers. 
Paula Bunch. Joyce Allsmiller, Ellen Glassford, 
and Jayne Bangs. 



CWENS Helps Orient Freshmen 



Members of the Mu Chapter of 
CWENS served as Orientation 
workers for Freshmen at the be- 
ginning of the year. In December 
they held a Christmas banquet 
for all freshmen, active mem- 
bers, and invited guests. 

CWENS is a service sorority 



designed for sophomore women 
with high achievement in scho- 
lastics and to better prepare her 
for a rewarding life. Applicants 
for membership must have a 3.0 
point standing or better, be a 
freshman, and be involved in at 
least two other social activities. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 223 



Pi Tau Chi Attends 
National Confab 



Attendance at the Pi Tau Chi national 
convention at Columbus. Mississippi, 
was the major event of the year tor EKU's 
Zeta Chapter. 

Monthly dinner meetings helped mem- 
bers become better acquainted. 

New members were inducted into Pi 
Tau Chi at the end of the year. Nominees 
are admitted on the basis of honorable 
distinction in Christian service. 

FRONT ROW: Steven Boring. Barbara Ann Yoak. and Kenneth 
S. Kelsay. SECOND ROW: Jill A Leumg. Jacqueline V. Stigall. 
and Jams E Kinder THIRD ROW: Jo Ann Hairston. Elizabeth 
Ann Worthington. and George B Pierce. BACK ROW: C. Jean 
Burton, Eileen P Nugent, and Mr Willis Parkhurst 





FRONT ROW: Patti Goins, Lynn McCall, Susie Broughton, Shelia 
Kirley. Peggy Dodd. Gloria Coleman. Karen Brickey. and Helen 
Humphries SECOND ROW: Cindi Dorman. Karen Henderson. 
Marlene Lyon. Connie Vermillion, Jane Gntton, Jean Burton. 



Paula Ruby. Sharon Van Hoose. Debbie Salyer, and Chris Green, 
BACK ROW: Debbie Gantt. Margene Sears, Elrene May. Barbara 
Bunch, Margaret Skaggs. Pat Rauen. Sharon Fike, Margaret 
Jackson, and Cathy Wozny 



Collegiate Pentacle Greets Transfers 



Members of Collegiate Pentacle served 
as usherettes at Baccalaureate and Com- 
mencement exercises and sponsored a 
coke party for transfer students during 
Orientation. During the Fall, they sold tic- 
kets to a Colonel basketball game to bene- 
fit Richmond's retarded children. 



Collegiate Pentacle is a women's hon- 
orary society recognizing students who 
have shown outstanding qualities of lead- 
ership and service. Requirements for mem- 
bership include a 3.0 or better academic 
standing, and be active in at least two or 
more organizations. 



224 HONORS HONORARIES 



Alpha Phi Sigma Sponsors Spook House 



Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma spon- 
sored a "spook house" to familiarize students 
and citizens with a positive side of law enforce- 
ment, sponsored a Law Enforcement Explorer 
Post, and attended the National Criminal Jus- 
tice Conference at Michigan State University. 

Formed to unite students preparing for pro- 



fessional careers in the field of law enforce- 
ment. Alpha Phi Sigma received their national 
status and charter in the spring of 1970. Re- 
quirements for membership include a major 
in Law Enforcement and a 3.0 point standing 
or better in major subjects, and a 2.5 or better 
accumulative standing. 




FRONT ROW: Bill Hatfield. Darrell Bowen. Paul Andrews. Paul McCau- 
ley. Dan Brennan. Jim Gilbert, and Dan Montambo SECOND ROW: Mr. 
Robert Posey, sponsor. Gary May. Dave Bubel, Phil Jones. Ed Miller, 



Lt Lewis Babb. and Bob Bryant BACK ROW: Jess Bowe. Chester Keet- 
on. Bob Averitt. Mr. Hugh Byrd. sponsor. Marty Meyer. Capt James 
Cox. and Carl Shye. 



HONORS'HONORARIES 225 



ATHLETICS 

Football ...... .228 Golf ........ .260 

Basketball .... .238 Tennis ...... .262 

Crosscountry . . .248 Wrestling ..... .264 

Swimming .... .250 Gymnastics .... ,266 

Basebali ..... .254 Rifle ....... .268 

Track ....... .258 Intramurals .... .269 



OVC Halo Eludes 
Young Colonels 

In the second year of rebuilding after win- 
ning the Ohio Valley Conference halo in 1967 
and 1968, Eastern's sophomore-dominated 
Colonels surprised their football peers and 
were in the race for the OVC championship 
until the last three minutes of the season. 

With the title seemingly in grasp and need- 
ing only a victory in the season finale over 
Morehead, Coach Roy Kidd's Colonels suf- 
fered one of the most heartbreaking upsets in 
EKU football history. 

The Eagles' freshman kicking specialist, 
Kirk Andrews, booted a 22-yard field goal 
with 2:31 remaining to give Morehead a 16-13 
decision and knock Eastern out of a third 
OVC crown in four years and drop the Colo- 
nels' record to 8-2 for the 1970 campaign. 

Had Coach Kidd been able to look ahead 
and visualize the outcome of the season, 
he probably would have been pleased. But 
had he forseen the two losses and what they 
would mean, there doubtless would have 
been more than a trace of disappointment 
in his expression. 

The two setbacks came against perennial 
archnvals Western and Morehead, and both 
were fateful to Eastern's title hopes. 




Above: The Robert B Begley Building stadium seats, packed with fans, 
loom above Coach Roy Kidd and his Colonel bench during the first half 
of the big East Tennessee win Below: The rapid footwork of AII-OVC 
halfback Jimmy Brooks and the "panning" of the camera combine to 
record part of football's action in a still photograph. 





A zoom lens captures some of the impact and high drama of football as 
(Top) Paul Hampton dives between East Tennessee players toward a 
fumbled ball, and (Above) quarterback Bob Fricker barks an audible 
against a tensed Buc defense. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 229 




Above: Jimmy Brooks takes Bob Fricker's handoff for a two- 
yard touchdown run in the 21-10 win against Eastern Michi- 
gan Below: All-conference fullback Butch Evans rips off a 



long gainer to the Huron 28-yard line to set up the second 
Colonel score against EMU 




230 ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 




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._ Narrow Win Kicksoff 
Gridders' Campaign 

Pre-season calculations made Eastern 
look good on paper, but many ot the 
Colonels were young and untested and 
perhaps no one suspected that five Colo- 
nels would make AII-OVC and two would 
receive mention on All-Amencan units. 

Eastern's offensive standout, Jimmy 
Brooks, along with Butch Evans, Pat 
Sheridan, James Croudep and Wally 
Chambers were picked as all-conference 
honorees while Brooks and Croudep 
were recognized nationally. 

The Colonels visited Muncie, Indiana 
for their season-opener against non- 
league foe Ball State — a game Coach 
Kidd predicted would determine the 
season. A 13-12 EKU victory did exactly 
that. The Cols later missed the crown 
just as narrowly as they won that first 
game. 

The Colonel defense dominates play as (left) Mike Nicholson 
crushes a Middle Tennessee passer, and (below) Wally Cham- 
bers (78) and Tom Gaebler (83) combine to stop Western's 
John Embree for no gain Middle fell 24-10 to the Colonels, 
but Western handed EKU its first defeat. 19-7 





EKU Topples Bucs, 
Overwhelms Govs 

Jackie Miller and the educated toe of Ralph 
Gillespie were prime factors in that initial 
triumph. Miller, a defensive back, crashed in 
to block a Ball State conversion attempt 
and Gillespie later tacked an extra point onto 
Eastern's second touchdown to provide the 
margin. 

An air of excitement prevailed as the Colo- 
nels prepared for defending OVC champion 
and 1969 Grantland Rice Bowl winner East 
Tennessee. Billed as a game that might even- 
tually decide the 1970 title. Eastern over- 
came the Bucs and a fourth quarter rain 
storm to emerge with a 10-6 victory and place 
itself in the driver's seat of the league. 

Game No. 3 found Eastern on the road 
against Austin Peay and the Colonels as- 
sasinated the Governors. 38-7. with Brooks 
rushing for over 140 yards. 



Above: Coach Roy Kidd berates his offensive unit as it leaves the field 
after a stalled drive Below: AII-OVC tackle Wally Chambers slaps down 
a Murray pass in a 17-7 win for the Homecoming Colonels. 




232 ATHLETICS FOOTBALL 




Flanker William Wright (26) beats the official with the touchdown signal as James 
Wilson rolls in the end zone after receiving a 10-yard pass against Murray 




Jimmy Brooks gets a spectacular block from Alfred Thompson as he 
streaks for yardage against the Racers. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 233 




Bob Fncker calls signals (Top) and then drops back to pass (Above) 
in the all-decisive clash with Morehead 



234 ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 



Stung By Western Loss, EKU Recovers 



The stage was set for the 43rd renewal 
of the classic Eastern-Western battle. The 
Colonels packed up their 5-0 record and 
headed for Bowling Green. Western was 4-0-1 
and the survivor was expected to have a 
strong hold on the OVC race. 

Along with 20,000 fans and the excite- 
ment, came the rains. Western took a two- 
touchdown lead before halftime, and Eastern, 
trying to play catch-up, could not contend 
with the weather and the Toppers. So Western 
moved atop the OVC and Eastern had suf- 



fered its first defeat. 

The loss was quickly shelved, though, and 
the Colonels unleased their wrath on Mur- 
ray and redeemed themselves with a 17-7 
Homecoming victory over the Racers before 
22,500 fans. Quarterback Bob Fricker and 
end Larry Kirksey provided the fireworks, 
teaming for several long pass completions 
that pointed to victory. 

Eastern was 6-1 . . . but Western kept win- 
ning and hopes dimmed in Richmond for any 
chance of the championship. 





Defensive tackle Eddie Huffman nurses a sore leg while the of- 
fensive unit carries thefight to Morehead. 



Jimmy Brooks picks up a wall of Colonel blockers at the start of a 57-yard 
touchdown romp against Middle Tennessee. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 235 



Colonels Take Lead 
But Falter In Finale 

Then came Saturday. October 13. and 
behold. Eastern was back on top in the con- 
ference race! The Colonels toppled Ten- 
nessee Tech 20-13 while Middle Tennessee 
was upsetting Western. Now it boiled down to 
Morehead for Eastern and Murray for the 
Hilltoppers. 

In the meantime, the Colonels blanked 
Indiana State 9-0 and took an 8-1 mark into 
the finale against Morehead. A desparate 
Western faced Murray. The two games would 
decide the OVC race in one of several pos- 
sible ways. It was curtains for Eastern, how- 
ever, for while Morehead was playing the 
spoiler for the Colonels. Western was whip- 
ping the Racers. That combination gave the 
Toppers the title. 

Previously anticipating a bid to the Grant- 
land Rice Bowl. Eastern, though compiling a 
splendid 8-2 record, had nothing left but to 
"wait until next year." And next year could 
belong to the Colonels as Coach Kidd loser 
only three players through graduation — 
Evans. Paul Hampton and Mike Armstrong. 

Statistically. Brooks, who will return as a 
senior for the 1971 season, led the Colonels 
in rushing with 970 yards in 248 carries. This 
brought his three-year total to 3.028. He also 
led the EKU scoring with 11 TD's for 66 
points. 

Kirksey was the top pass-receiver with 25 
receptions for 286 yards and two touch- 
downs. Fncker led the passing, completing 55 
of 123 for a 44.7 percentage and seven tal- 
lies. 

Chambers topped the defense with 65 tac- 
kles and 57 assists while receiving able back- 
ing from Croudep. Miller. Eddie Huffman. 
Richard Cook and James Porter. 

With such a nucleus returning. Coach Kidd 
and his Colonels are good bets to be back at 
the pinnacle of the Ohio Valley Converence 
again in '71. 



236 ATHLETICS FOOTBALL 




Below: Mike Nicholson gets to Morehead quarterback Dave Schaetz- 
ke. who was a thorn in the Colonel's side all afternoon 



♦ * 



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1970 COLONEL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 



Above: Alfred Thompson bursts through a hole between two Eagle 
defenders in first half action against Morehead. 



13. 
10. 
38. 
24. 
21 . 

7. 
17. 
20. 

9. 
13. 



Ball State 12 

East Tennessee 6 

Austin Peay 7 

Middle Tennessee 10 

Eastern Michigan 10 

Western Kentucky 19 

Murray State 7 

Tennessee Tech 13 

Indiana State 

Morehead State 16 




THE 1970 FOOTBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Trainer Ken Murray. 
Bill Hammons, Harold Borders, Ralph Gillespie. Keith James, Ralph 
Coldiron. Jim Lyons, Jackie Miller, Mike Armstrong, Butch Evans. 
James Croudep. Pat Sheridan, Don Peters. Coach Fred Francis. SEC- 
OND ROW: Coach Jack Ison. Coach Bobby Harville. Sam Gano, Bob 
Fricker. Larry Blackburn. Donald Salsbury. Marshall Bush, Richard 
Cook. Alfred Thompson. Danny Turner. Chuck Walroth. Brian Sie- 
mon, Jimmy Brooks, James Porter. Paul Hampton, Coach Bill Shan- 



non. Head Coach Roy Kidd. THIRD ROW: James Wilson. Mike O'Neal. 
Karl Moran. Jack McCulley. Dick Christian. Donnie Young, Otto 
Hughes, Joe Washington. Larry Kirksey, William Wright, Bill Gardner. 
Larry Kaelin. Ed King. Eddie Huffman BACK ROW: Fred Sandusky. 
Wallace Chambers, Mike Nicholson. Frank Brohm. Mark Shireman, 
Tom Gaebler. Harry Irwin. Tom Reid. John Schmidt. Doug Greene, 
Jack Bowman. Ed Carnvale. Steve Fman. Dick Straten. Jon Ankney. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 237 



Colonels Snap Back To Tie For 2nd In OVC 



It was a unique sort of season for the East- 
ern basketball squad, and nobody was really 
ready for it to end. 

Just when the Colonels had jelled, ripping 
off 9 wins in the last 11 starts, the season 
closed. After a shaky beginning, Eastern had 
roared to a 16-8 record and a 10-4 mark in 
the Ohio Valley Conference that was good for 
a second place tie with Murray. It was the 
highest league finish for the Colonels since 
1966. 

An oddity of the season was that Eastern 
posted identical 5-2 home and road confer- 
ence records. Only team to beat the Colonels 



twice — including a heart-stopping 94-93 
overtime battle — was league champion 
Western. 

After brushing aside neighboring Berea 
111-77 in their opener, the Colonels got their 
first of five exposures to nationally ranked 
teams. After leading eventual Big Eight 
champ Kansas 40-32 at the half, the Colonels 
lost 79-65. 

Coach Guy Strong's squad was flat when it 
returned home, permitting college-division 
power Howard Payne slip from Alumni Coli- 
seum with a 96-89 victory. 



(Opposite) Hustling guard Billy Burton slaps away an Austin Peay in- 
bounds pass in the Colonels' big 1 15-89 OVC win 




Eastern's AII-OVC guard George Bryant displays his command of the 
court that earned him the nickname. "King George." as. (from 
left) he shows his ambidexterity by firing a lefthander against 
Austin Peay and a long right-hander against Virginia Common- 
wealth On the opposite page. George rebounds against the Gover- 
nors and applies defensive pressure in the Howard Payne game. 



238 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 





ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 239 




Senior forward Carl Greenfield muscles his way in for a basket as the 
Colonels rip Virginia Commonwealth 107-80 




An abiect Daryl Dunagm holds up his hand after committing a charg- 
ing foul during an Austin Peay rally EKU held off the Governor threat 



to win going away 



240 ATHLETICS BASKETBALL 



Eastern Gets Hot, Then Enters Slump 



It wasn't until the season's fourth game that 
the Colonels showed some of the form expect- 
ed of them in pre-season forecasts. Trailing 
visiting St. Francis 41-35 at the half, Eastern 
caught fire and overtook the Frankies for a 
91-87 win behind George Bryant's 38 points. 
Virginia Commonwealth was the next oppo- 
nent, and the Rams left Alumni Coliseum 
smarting from a 107-80 whipping as Bryant 
got 31. King George got 31 again five nights 
later as the Colonels ended the homestand 
with an 89-83 triumph over Western Carolina. 

Christmas break found Eastern in Evans- 
ville for the Holiday Invitational against tough 
Weber State, perennial Big Sky champ. The 
Colonels led by two. 40-38. at the half, but big 
Willie Sojourner finished with 28 points, 16 



rebounds and a dozen blocked shots. Eastern 
lost 83-76. The next night EKU bounced back 
to topple Portland 80-70 in the consolation 
game. 

The Weber and Portland games started a 
wm-a-game, lose-a-game streak that lasted 
for eight games of mid-season "doldrums" for 
the Colonels. Returning home for two OVC 
games with students away on vacation, East- 
ern was entering what proved to be a crucial 
portion of the schedule. 

Murray came to the Coliseum first and beat 
the sputtering Colonels 81-74 in a game mar- 
red by the Racer reserves and coaches leaving 
the floor 11 seconds before the buzzer with 
Ron Johnson shooting foul shots. 





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Above: Murray's Ron Johnson shoots a free throw before a deserted 
Racer bench during EKU's 81-74 home court loss. Murray's bench 
and coaches walked off the floor with 1 1 seconds left in a reminder 
of an Alumni Coliseum clock malfunction the year before. Later, 
when Eastern won 82-81 at Murray, the 'Breds stayed for the whole 
game. Left: Sophomore Charlie Mitchell falls away to shoot over 
Virginia Tech's Tom Trice in the 86-79 win against the Gobblers. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 241 




Eastern's George Bryant tries to outmuscle Virginia Tech centerCharlie Libscomb in the Colonels' 86-79 triumph over the Gobblers 



Sputtering Colonels Turn Season Around 



The theatrics were a reminder of the year 
before when a clock malfunction ended a 
game with Eastern one point ahead. Austin 
Peay. hitting the off-again, on-again Colonels 
on the wrong night, fell victim 1 15-89. Against 
the Governors. Bryant had 26, while heralded 
sophomore, Charlie Mitchell, began to rumble 
to life with 25. 

Then came important road games at West- 
ern and Middle Tennessee. True to form. East- 
ern lost the first one, at Bowling Green 83-64, 
while apparently Middle Tennessee was doom- 
ed by fate to an 88-64 home-court shellacking 
by the Colonels who were led by Mitchell's 24. 

A nine-point second half lead dwindled 
away at Johnson City as East Tennessee won 
70-64 and the alternative win-lose streak was 
over. The Colonels were 7-6 on the season and 
2-3 in league play. Few expected them to win 
eight of their next nine OVC games. 

But, Bryant and Mitchell, with 22 and 19 



respectively, led the Colonels past Tennessee 
Tech 79-67 in the Coliseum. Then, Bryant 
ripped off 44 points and a school record 18 
field goals against Virginia Tech in an 86-79 
win. A 13-day layoff followed, capped with a 
trip to Dayton where the Flyers whipped a 
sluggish Eastern 110-86. It must have awaken- 
ed the Colonels . . . they would lose only once 
more. 

Two successive OVC wins, Morehead 90-62 
and Austin Peay 99-72, showed the Colonels 
were primed for the return match with Murray. 
Bryant got 28, but Mitchell, with 22, was the 
big hero. With Murray down by one, and 11 
seconds (ironically) to go, the sophomore hit 
two free throws. This time, the Murray re- 
serves and coaches remained as Eastern, out- 
of-reach of a last second shot, won 81-80. On 
the second game of the trip, Middle Tennessee 
fell victim to the Colonels 65-60, and the surg- 
ing Mitchell got 31. 



242 ATHLETICS/ BASKETBALL 




Left: Eastern's Tim Argabnght and Dayton's Tom Crosswhite battle 
for a rebound as the Colonels suffered their worst defeat of the sea- 
son. 110-86. Above: Charlie Mitchell, the Colonels' sophomore sen- 
sation, hooks a shot over the outstretched arm of Flyer George Jack- 
son. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 243 



EKU Loses Thriller, 
Wins Last Three Games 

Then came the decisive home game with 
Western. Four technical touls. one on the 
crowd ot 8,200, and three on Coach Guy 
Strong, who was automatically ejected, punc- 
tuated 40 minutes of regulation play that 
ended 83-83, after Eastern had led almost the 
entire game. A Hilltopper shot with five sec- 
onds to go killed Eastern's upset hopes 94-93. 

Their title hopes gone. Eastern was now 
locked in a second place race with Murray. 
Avenging the earlier loss to East Tennessee 
with an 85-78 win. the Colonels then polished 
off Tennessee Tech. 95-91. and Morehead 76- 
74 on the road to close the season in a dead- 
lock for the runnerup spot with the Racers. 

Statistical leaders for the Colonels were 
leading scorer Bryant with 24.7 points per 
game, followed by Mitchell's 16.6. Carl Green- 
field's 10.5 and Billy Burton with 10.2. 

Greenfield's 11.8 rebounds per game was 
high, followed by Mitchell's 8.4. and Daryl 
Dunagan with 6.8. 

Below: While Western Kentucky's Jim McDaniels blocks Billy Bur- 
ton's shot. Eastern's George Bryant (Right) outmaneuvers a sliding 
Jim Rose for this field goal attempt in the Hilltoppers' 94-93 over- 
time victory over the Colonels. 




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Opposing players seem to be giving sig- 
nals with their fingers as Eastern's 
Billy Burton looks for the Colonels' 
Charlie Mitchell under the basket. 




1970-71 BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Tom Schroeder, 
manager, Wade Upchurch. Vince Mrazovich. Charlie Brunker, Billy 
Burton, George Bryant, Phil Storm, Mike Smith, Mike Myers, manager. 
BACK ROW: Coach Guy Strong. Assistant Coach Jack Hissom. Charlie 



Elza, Daryl Dunagan, Chuck Worthmgton, Carl Greenfield, Dan Arga- 
bright, Tim Argabright, Ralph Johnson. Charlie Mitchell, Dan Jordan, 
graduate assistant, Assistant Coach Tommy Harper. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 245 



1970-71 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 
111 
65 

89 

91 

107 

89 

76 
80 
74 
115 
64 
88 
64 
79 
86 
86 
90 
99 
82 
65 
93 
85 
95 
76 



Opponent 

Berea College 77 

Kansas 79 

Howard Payne 96 

St. Francis (Pa.) 87 

Va. Commonwealth 80 

Western Carolina 83 

Weber State 83 

Portland 70 

Murray State 81 

Austin Peay 89 

Western Kentucky 83 

Middle Tennessee 64 

East Tennessee 70 

Tennessee Tech 67 

Va.Tech 79 

Dayton 110 

Morehead 62 

Austin Peay 72 

Murray State 81 

Middle Tennessee 60 

Western Kentucky 94 

East Tennessee 78 

Tennessee Tech 91 

Morehead 74 







Above: Eastern's Charlie Mitchell outpositions three East Tennessee 
Bucs for a rebound in the Colonels' 85-78 win. Below: Eastern coach 
Guy Strong gives instructions to his team via a miniature chalk board. 




246 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 





Baby Colonels Post 16-6 Season Mark 

Eastern's freshman basketball team com- ball" in 1970 (an honor bestowed upon the top 

pleted its most successful season since 1966- high school player in the state each year), led 

67 as Coach Jack Hissom's squad compiled four double-figure scorers for the Baby Col- 

a 16-6 record. Playing against some of the onels with his 23.5 average. Supporting 

strongest competition in this section of the Brooks in the scoring column were Bob Wie- 

nation, the Baby Colonels were able to accu- gele (17.7), Bobby Newell (17.1), and Rick 

mulate two winning streaks, one of seven Stansel (13.0). Brooks also topped Eastern 

games to start the season and the six-game rebounders with a 15.4 average, followed 

skein at the end of the year. closely by Stansel's 14.4 mark. 

Robert Brooks, Kentucky's "Mr. Basket- 

1970-71 BABY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Mike Meyers, manager, man. Mike Haremski, Kevin Kok, Bob Wiegele. Robert Brooks. Rick 

Bobby Newell, Ron Day. Dwight Douglas, Phil McAfee. Billy Bacon. Stansel, Dan Jordan, graduate assistant. Gene Kinnetz, graduate 

Rusty Way. BACK ROW: Coach Jack Hissom. Anders Fogt. Keith Huys- assistant 

1970-71 FRESHMAN COLONELS 

Eastern's Robert Brooks uses one of his patented base line moves to RA^IKFTRAI I SPORF RD ARH 
collect two points against Alice Lloyd Junior College. 

Eastern Opponent 

"-. C£h£JH&\ 4 J fJf tt-^MQlMB 81 ""Centre 67 

**' "St™ ^'^<*J%*^MPi 94. .. .Southeastern Christian 56 

Wm mimm WFSMHk I W 'fc* «». 'M-'^mm 102 ... .Virginia Commonwealth 70 

K'^0% j ' t? % 87. .. .Sullivan Business College 65 

r &A*C !*'',#( r\\\^ll 79 """Transylvania" '.'.'.'. 76 

^^ m W .WWW W J 108 ... . Somerset 87 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 247 




Harriers Hurt But 
Silvious Sparkles 

After starting the season on the right foot 
with six consecutive wins, injuries began to 
plague the Colonel cross-country squad the 
latter part of the schedule. The best coach 
E. G. Plummer's squad could muster in the 
Ohio Valley Conference Meet was a seventh 
place finish. 

Ken Silvious, Eastern's two-time cross- 
country All-American, did, however, com- 
plete another successful season. The 5-7, 
137-pound senior from Mt. Jackson, Va., 
placed first in every dual meet and won the 
Ohio Valley Conference meet, setting a new 
course record with a time of 29:16. 

Breaking course records was certainly not 
an oddity for Silvious during the 1970 cam- 
paign. In fact, in the 14 meets in which 
Eastern competed, Silvious was able to set 
new course standards in six of these. Per- 
haps, Silvious' most impressive showing 
came at Atlanta, Ga., in the Southeastern Col- 
legiate Championships. 



Above: Tom Finley has no company but the morning mist as he works 
out early in preparation for the cross country season. Below: All-Amen- 
can Ken Silvious. here way out in front toward a meet's end, set six 
course records during the season. 



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248 ATHLETICS/CROSSCOUNTRY 




1970 CROSS COUNTRY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Ken Collins. Mervin 
Lewis. Howard Hallinan, Ken Sllvious, Jerry Kraiss, Gary Branden. 
BACK ROW: Tom Finley, James Sebree, Randall Karric. Chuck Cole- 
hour. Charles Dawson, Rick Rash, Ron Bock, 



1970 CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

28. . .Cumberland 29 

23 . . . Furman 32 

19 ... Middle Tennessee 37 

26. . . Morehead 22 

22. . .Centre 31 

18. . . Berea 37 

22 ... Somerset Community College . . .33 

49 . . . Morehead 15 

1st . . . Anthens 11 -mile run 
1st . . . Cades Cove 10-mile run 
1st . . . Stone Mountain 10-mile Race 
7th . . . Western Ky. Invitational 
3rd . . . Southern States 5-mile run 
7th ... Ohio Valley Conference Meet 



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The pack Is bunched in the early going of the Colonels' home meet with 
Cumberland. 



ATHLETICS/CROSSCOUNTRY 249 



Eels Keep Crown; Combs Wins 100th 



It was another banner year for East- 
ern's Eels and Coach Don Combs. 

The powerful EKU swimmers present- 
ed Combs with the biggest milestone in 
his career — win number 100 — with a 
64-49 triumph over Indiana State in the 
next-to-last meet of the year. 

The last meet? It was win number 101 
as the Eels won their ninth straight Ken- 
tucky Swimming and Diving Champion- 
ships, outstripping their closest com- 
petition — the University of Kentucky — 
5784 to 317. 

Only blemish on the Eels' year was a 
63-50 early season loss to Southeastern 
Conference powerhouse Alabama. They 
more than evened the score against 
SEC competition later, however, splash- 
ing Georgia 74-39. Vanderbilt 64 1 2 -48 1 2 . 
and Kentucky 61-52. 



Another season high spot was a 60-53 
triumph against previously unbeaten 
Eastern Michigan — four-time National 
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 
champion — in the Hurons' home pool. 

Three Eels posted regular season 
times good enough to qualify for the NC- 
AA Championships at Ames, Iowa. They 
were freshmen Kevin Miles. 200-yard 
freestyle, and Rick Murphy, 200-yard 
butterfly, and sophomore Scott Gallant, 
one-meter diving. 

Only two Eels were lost through gradu- 
ation. They were co-captains Pete Reed 
and Jay Chanley, both EKU record hold- 
ers, both of whom earned College Divi- 
sion All-Amencan recognition in 1968. 
the year before the Eels entered uni- 
versity-division competition. 




Coach Don Combs shouts instructions and lap times to his swimmers 
during a home meet. Combs has won 100 dual meets while losing only 
20 in nine seasons. 



250 ATHLETICS SWIMMING 




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Left (above and below): EKU star diver and NCAA one-meter quali- 
fier, Scott Gallant, executes a dive and makes a turbulent entry, 
photographed through a pool observation port. Above: Eastern and 
Indiana State swimmers prepare to hit the water during EKU's 64-49 
home victory. 



ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 251 



Right: Pete Reed and Rick Murphy get mentally 
ready for the next event Below: A capacity 
crowd of more than 700 watches the Eels nip 
Kentucky 61-52 in Donald Combs Natatonum. 





252 ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 



Eastern 

66 

50 

75 

72 

69 

83 

67 

74 

73 

60 

74' 

64 > 

77 

61 

64 



1970-71 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 

Opponent 

. Sewanee 42 

. Alabama 63 

. Louisville 37 

.Marshall 40 

. Eastern Illinois 44 

. Ball State 30 

. Bowling Green 43 

. Ohio University 39 

. Union College 38 

. Eastern Michigan 53 

Western Kentucky 36% 

Vanderbilt 48% 

. Morehead 35 

. Kentucky 52 

. Indiana University 49 




1971 EASTERN EELS. FRONT ROW: Earl Robbins. Mike Alley. John 
Davenport, Scott Gallant. Wilson Myers. Pete Reed. SECOND ROW: 
Greg Spahr. Ken Klein. Rick Murphy. David Bokelman. Charles Dor- 



roh. Chris Webb, Allen Bokelman. Bob Sandford. THIRD ROW: Bob 
Webeler. John Whiteside. Jerry Paul. Bill Stapleton. Jay Chanley. Jim 
Callahan. Kevin Miles. Ron Hohhan. Ken Walters. 



ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 253 







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Above: Head Coach "Turkey" Hughes, patching his team's success- 
ful play, is a study In success himself. Right: Billy Wells puts his best 
foot forward and delivers a strike in a game with Xavier. 




254 ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 



Young Team Shows Promise For Future 




Senior pitcher Don McCullough displays the form that helped him lead 
the team with an earned run average of 1.76. 



Coach C. T. "Turkey" Hughes fielded a 
young but talented team last season and his 
leadership brought them a second place fin- 
ish in the OVC's Eastern division. Only two 
seniors were listed on the squad and they 
were both pitchers. Coach Hughes called it a 
rebuilding year, and build is what he did while 
posting a 17-11 record. 

Sophomore second baseman Buzz Ashby 
led the team in hitting with a .385 average. He 
was the only Colonel to win all-OVC honors. 
The team was loaded with offensive punch, 
right fielder Larry Cook finished the season 
with a batting average of .344 and shortstop 
Mike Powers ended the campaign at .346. 
The Colonel pitching was in the hands of Don 
McCullough and Larry Robertson, but both 
were lost due to graduation. 

Coach Hughes, who has won 10 confer- 
ence championships in 22 years is hoping 
his Colonels have gained the experience 
needed to bring home another conference 
crown. 







THE 1970 BASEBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Don McCullough, 
John Foland. Buzz Ashby, Dave Staten, Mark Williams, Robbin Story, 
Gary Roe, Charlie Bidwell, Ron Davidson, Bill Wells. SECOND ROW: 
Coach Hughes, Carl Shay, Ken Woodruff, mgr., Roger Roberts, Craig 



Milburn, Larry Robertson, Mike Powers, Craig Schleigh, Phil Storm, 
Tim Jones, Larry Cook. Martie Lange. graduate assistant coach Jack 
Llewellyn, 



ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 255 




1970 BASEBALL RESULTS 



Above: Shirtless railbirds roost and roast under a hot sun at Turkey 
Hughes Field. Below: Senior hurler Larry Robertson gives that extra 
kick in a close game with Morehead 



Easte 


rn 


Opponent 


2 


Wittenberg 


6 


3-13 


Flint Community College 


2-0 


6 


Flint Community College 


2 


9 


Lincoln Memorial University 


7 


1-3 


Georgia Southern 


6-4 


2-1 


Georgia Southern 


9-4 


7 


Erskine 


4 


13 


Carson-Newman 


12 


11-6 


East Tennessee 


2-3 


7 


Louisville 


6 


6 


Georgetown 





12 


Louisville 





2-9 


East Tennessee 


0-0 


7 


Xavier 


9 


15-5 


Morehead 


19-3 


7-8 


Morehead 


6-10 


8-3 


Tennessee Tech 


7-6 


18 


Transylvania 


2 


2-0 


Tennessee Tech 

Won 17, Lost 11 


6-3 




256 ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 



Left: Ken Blewitt checks signals with his third base coach after 
receiving a strike. Below: Charlie Bidwell watches a high ball 
come sailing in as the camera freezes the action in a game 
with Morehead. 







The Colonels were guided by Coach C. T. "Turkey" Hughes and grad- 
uate assistant Jack Lewellyn throughout the season. The grit of the 
teeth by the two coaches tells a story that the picture doesn't show. 



ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 257 



Thincladson Road 
For Major Meets 

It wasn't very apparent in 1970, but East- 
ern had a track team, and a successful one as 
well. The team was not seen very often in 
competition at Eastern. A new track was 
laid during the season and. as a result, the 
thinclads were forced to cancel all but two 
meets at home. Eastern came to victor in 
those two meets, first by stopping More- 
head. 105-40. and then in triangular com- 
petition with Kentucky State and Morehead. 

Eastern competed in the Florida Relays, 
the Ball State Relays, the Drake Relays, and 
the NCAA Championship. The Colonels had a 
number of fine athletes in sprint as well as 
in their always strong distance team. Art 
Howard and John Johnson were considered 
among the best in the OVC in the 100-yard 
dash and the high hurdles. 




Above: Ron White strains every muscle as he kicks 
off the first leg of a 440 relay event. Below: All-Ameri- 
can Ken Silvious leads the field in a gruelling three 
mile run. 



258 





Practice is important in track as well as other team sports. Here Win- 
ston Emmannuel finishes a practice relay leg as Keith Bertrand hands 
off to Galib Kawaja. 



ATHLETICS/TRACK 259 











Link Play Shows 
m proved Record 



Coach Glenn Presnell and a young, inex- 
perienced golf team entered a tough 
schedule last spring and came out winners. 
The linksters had only one senior, Paul 
Schultz, and a host of talented underclass- 
men and finished the season with an 11-1 
mark. The golfers came back later and whip- 
ped the only team to defeat them, the 
University of Kentucky. 

The team competed in duel competition 
at the Furman Invitational where there were 
some of the better golf teams in the nation. 
They came home with an eleventh place fin- 
ish out of twenty-two teams. In the Mid-South 
Classic the Colonels captured sixth place out 
of sixteen teams. 

It was not until the OVC meet that the 
Colonels experienced trouble. There things 
went badly as the linksters finished seventh. 
Paul Schultz took medalist honors for the 
team and he was backed by Jim Moore and 
Jim Saunders. 




Above: Jim Saunder's face shows the concentration needed to get the 
direct line of the ball. Below: Two EKU golfers cross a bridge feeling 
lucky their balls didn't force them to travel under it. 



260 ATHLETICS/GOLF 




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1970GOLF RESULTS 

Eastern Opponent 

370 University of Kentucky 383 

375 Union College 400 

375 University of Kentucky 379 

376 Xa.vier 405 
376 Saginau Valley 409 
386 Indiana State 365 
363 Jefferson Community College 409 
406 Centre College 384 
5 l 2 Xavier 124 
356 Cumberland 385 
363 Transylvania 392 
363 Hanover 411 

Won 11, Lost 1 



With a hopeful look in his eye. Saunders watches his putt head toward 
the cup. 




THE 1970 GOLF COLONELS. Tim Brown, Rick Rawlings. Jack Barber. 
Billy Price. Jimmy Moore, Coach Presnell. 



ATHLETICS/GOLF 261 



Netters Have A Disappointing Year 



The Eastern tennis team, hit hard by grad- 
uation the previous year, suffered through a 
long losing season. The Colonel netters were 
young and inexperienced in a strong eight- 
team conference. A sixth place finish was the 
best they could manage, but there were a 
number of outstanding individual perfor- 
mances. The top scorer was Tom Davis. He 
was backed by the fine play of Pat Geron and 
John Young. 

Coach Jack Adams took his team around 
the south and competed against a number of 
strong powers such as South Carolina. David- 
son and Furman. The schedule also included 
Ohio State and Eastern Michigan. 



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Above: Pat Geron places a backhand return in the middle of the 
racket Right: Jack Bennings throws the ball high and reaches back 
to serve a strong shot to his opponent. 



262 ATHLETICS/TENNIS 







THE 1970 TENNIS COLONELS- FRONT ROW: John Young, Chuck 
Ramirez. Johm Bohuslav. Greg Stephenson. SECOND ROW: Pat 
Geron. Dan Susong. Jim Steisack. Pete Ballard. Jim Greenup 



1970 TENNIS RESULTS 




Eastern 


Opponents 


1 


Louisville 


8 


7 


Louisville 


2 


6 


University of Cincinnati 


3 


5 


Ohio State 


4 


6 


Eastern Michigan 


3 


4 


University of Cincinnati 


5 


2 


Western 


7 


1 


University of Kentucky 


8 


5 


University of Cincinnati 


4 


4 


Furman 


5 


1 


University of South Carolina 


8 


9 


Davidson 


10 





Middle Tennessee 


9 


2 


Austin Peay 


7 


5 


Western 


4 


2 


Murray 


7 


4 


University of Kentucky 


5 


2 


Tennessee Tech 


7 


4 


Morehead 

Won 6, Lost 13 


5 



Jack Bennings puts a little fencing style into his backhand return. 



ATHLETICS/TENNIS 263 



Grapplers Finish 
High In AAU Meet 

Eastern's wrestling Colonels, young and 
minus their regular coach, grappled their 
way to a 6-5-1 season record and made a 
good showing in the Kentucky State AAU 
Tournament at Louisville. 

Skip Daugherty took over the squad when 
Coach Ron House was hospitalized in Decem- 
ber, and capably guided the EKU team 
through the bulk of the season. 

In the AAU Meet, Eastern wrestlers claimed 
two firsts, a second and a third. Dick Loewen- 
stine (126 lb.) and Marvin Alstott (146 lb.) 
won their divisions with Alstott being named 
the Outstanding Wrestler in the tournament. 
Chris Reeder took second in the 180-pound 
division with Keith Carroll taking third in 
the heavyweight category. 





Above: Displaying the form that won him Outstanding Wrestler honors in 
the State AAU Tournament. Marvin Alstott applies a hammerlock to his 
opponent. Right: Being on top is natural for Dick Loewenstine. He won 
his division in the State AAU competition at Louisville. 







264 ATHLETICS WRESTLING 




1970-71 WRESTLING SCOREBOARD 

rn Opponent 

. Morehead 23 

.Chattanooga 31 

. Notre Dame 17 

. Taylor University 20 

. Centre 3 

. Dayton 11 

. Cincinnati 25 

. Morehead 23 

. Marshall 8 

.Wilbertorce 9 

. Anderson 14 

.Chattanooga 16 



Danny Nettle has his opponent all wrapped up during the win over the 
University of Dayton 




1970-71 WRESTLING COLONELS- FRONT ROW: Bobby Roach. Mac Nick- 
son. Dan Nettle. Joe Neff, Dick Loewenstine. Bill Froman, manager Mike 
Drago. BACK ROW: Coach Skip Daugherty. Paul DeLott. Charles Roach. 
Dwight Mitchell. Chris Reeder. Leland Stewart. Randy Randolph, Gregg 
Combs, Doug Johnston, Marvin Alstott. manager Michael Asher. 



ATHLETICS/WRESTLING 265 




Above: Bob Wolf pauses during his high bar performance. 
Left: Steve Johnson concentrates while in a strength 
movement on the parallel bars Below: Kim Charleston 
begins a peach basket on parallel bars. 



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Gymnasts Improve With New Facilities 




With their new gym in the Begley 
Building, Eastern's gymnasts worked 
long hours daily improving form and 
skills. Coached by past team stand- 
out, Gene Gilbert, the 1971 team 
placed second in the Kentucky State 
Intercollegiate Gymnastics meet held 
at Georgetown College March 5. 

Highpoint man for the year was Bill 
England averaging thirty-two points 
per meet. 



1971 COLONEL GYMNASTS Gene Gilbert, coach (kneel- 
ing). Bob Wolf, Bill England, Steve Johnson. Donnie Paulin, 
Kim Charleston 




Left: Don Paulin holds cross position during still ring routine. 
Above: Bill England executes a balance movement gymnasts use in 
floor exercise. 



ATHLETICS/GYMNASTICS 267 




1970-71 COLONEL RIFLE SQUAD FRONT ROW: SFC Robert A Ross, 
coach, Vera Wilson. Judith Deaton. Pam Barker. Cathy Begley BACK 
ROW: Maior Samuel R. Parris. adviser. Harry Hensley. Tony Gruelle. 

Riflemen Women 
Face Rebuilding 

The Eastern rifle team was in a re- 
building year with a roster composed 
mostly of freshmen. In addition, wo- 
men's liberation penetrated the firing 
line as four EKU co-eds joined the ranks. 

Seniors David Carpenter and Tony 
Gruelle and sophomore captain David 
McMillen provided the experience for the 
marksmen as the only returnees. Doug 
Wigfield was the only other senior. Rep- 
resenting the distaff side were Judy Dea- 
ton, Pamela Barker. Cathy Begley and 
Vera Wilson. 

Competing in the rugged Ohio-Ken- 
tucky Collegiate Rifle League, the young 
Eastern Squad had matches well into 
spring and finished with a won-loss per- 
centage around the .500 mark. 



David McMillen, Richard En 
Mike Beard. Capt Ronald M. E 



jlehardt. Mike Orem. Glenn Haeberhn. 
Irooke. coach. 




Veteran shooter Tony Gruelle demonstrates a helpful technique to freshman 
Pam Barker. 



268 ATHLETICS RIFLE 



New Facilities Broaden Intramurals 



Mr. Wayne Jennings, the new director of 
men's intramurals. headed an expanded 
sports program this year. Along with the addi- 
tion of the Begley Building facilities, the 
sports were increased both in number and 
participants. Intramurals counted 15 differ- 
ent activities, including flag football, tennis, 
basketball, volleyball, handball and weight- 
lifting. 

Champions of intramurals included: flag 
football, the PBR's; table tennis singles, Daryl 
Eisenmenger; basketball, Phi Delts; wrestling, 
Pikes; and billiards, Bobby Van Natta. 

Competition was held in two leagues — 
independent and fraternity. 




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Above: Action is furious during a Greek wrestling match Right: 
Referee Mike Cain controls a flag football game from the sidelines. 







270 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Determined Butch Kendall prepares to snap the ball to begin 
another play in an intramural contest. 



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Flag football proves rougher than this player had expected. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 271 




Top: Andy Owens and Mike Klopher are prepared for a possible re- 
bound during a Greek league battle. Above: Dave Burdine is sur- 
prised by a quick pass from a reboundmgteammate. 



Extra points picked up in foul shots are key in intramural as well as 

intercollegiate basketball. 



272 ATHLETICS INTRAMURALS 







Left: A high leaping player spikes the volleyball for a score Below: 
Waiting for the ball to fall, Neil Heisman and Kenny Walters anti- 
cipate their set-up. 




ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 273 



Right: Indoors Softball players get a little extra practice Below: 
Clyde Sellers attempts a tight waist on Gary Hall during a fraternity 
wrestling match. 





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274 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Above: Eddie Huffman eyes up a shot. Below: Bobby Van Nafta, university billiards 
champ, pockets a ball. 




ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 275 



Women's Intramurals Marked By Variety 



Numerous activities were scheduled 
throughout the year by women's intramurals 
director. Mrs. Mildred Maupin. Initiating the 
fall semester, tennis, field hockey and soccer 
were played by the co-eds. Volleyball, one of 
the most popular sports continued through- 
out the fall semester with the Jolly Volleys 
capturing the silver trophy. Basketball ush- 
ered in the spring semester with over 15 
teams participating. Smaller activities, keyed 
to varied interests, finished the spring semes- 
ter. Ping-pong, badminton, shuffleboard, and 
paddleball matched the variable skills of the 
girls and climaxed the intramural year. 



Right: Susie Sigler shoots for a goal in a field hockey game Below: 
Jan Ramsey dribbles downfield as her opponent attempts a stea 




276 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Left: Connie Mattmgly discovers that hitting with the head is very 
effective. Above: Carol Freet sends the soccer ball soaring with a 
strong kick. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 277 




Above: Donna McClanahan executes a powerful dig. Right: Mary 

Ann Wozny and Chris Bosler ready themselves for volleyball. 3 I 




278 ATHLETICS/ INTRAMURALS 




Intra murals offer an opportunity for girls to compete among themselves 




After an overthrow, one of the intramural players attempts to retrieve the ball. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 279 



Girl Gymnasts Practice Long Hours 




Above: Patty Murrell leads a mat sequence under the watchful 
eye of Bill England. Right: Elaine Smith springs into a fast- 
tumbling trip down the mats. 



280 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




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Both men and women share the excitement of Weaver Gym's shuff leboard courts. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 281 




ORGANIZATIONS 



Student Association i .. • ■ 


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Service and Activities , . . - 


^^B 287 


Departmental ...... 


^^L299 


Arts . - >;v -l 


^^T.313 


Military i'iV'i 


^^^323 


Greeks 'Xi ' \ 


^fL 333 


Fellowship ■"."..■ : - ->:-• = 


^^B;.38s 


Student Publications \, ; . :. ; 


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Ike Norns. vice president; James Pratt, president; Cathy Wozny, secretary. 



New Constitution Reforms Senate 



The first year under the new constitu- 
tion was one of limited results and opti- 
mistic anticipation. With general failure 
to meet a quorum, the Student Senate was 
hampered in its attempts for reforms. The 
new constitution changed the name of the 
Student Council to Student Senate and 
formed a cabinet consisting of officers and 
committee chairmen. 

The Senate, chaired by James Pratt, 
pushed for reforms on four main issues: 
abolishing mandatory ROTC, self-regulated 
hours for women students, more student 
participation on University committees, 
and abolishing required classroom atten- 
dance policies. The Senate was confident 



that reports of Student-Faculty commit- 
tees, due late in the Spring, would recom- 
mend advances in each area. 

Achievements for the Student Senate 
this year were moving Armed Forces re- 
cruiters from the Student Union Grill to 
the Jones Building and extension of the 
grill hours, on an experimental basis, until 
11 p.m. every Monday through Thursday. 
Also, the Student Union dress code was 
abolished this year. Another action taken 
by the Senate was "operation snowfall," 
which led to an assurance that campus 
streets and sidewalks shall be safe and 
cleared in an onslaught of inclement 
weather. 



284 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT SENATE 




Jim Pratt, student body president, distributes minutes of a previous meet to Council members. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT SENATE 285 



Student Court 
Judges Cases 



The Student Court, the judicial 
branch of the Student Association, 
heard cases relating to the constitu- 
tion and by-laws of the Council involv- 
ing infractions of the University regu- 
lations in areas designated by the 
association president. Traffic viola- 
tions were the most frequent cases on 
the docket and were usually referred to 
the Department of Safety and Security. 

Members of the Court are selected 
by the Student Association president 
or the Chief Justice of the Court from 
the previous year. 



Right: A freshman coed executes her sentence by showing 
her affection for Daniel Boone at Rat Court during Orienta- 
tion Week, Below: Roger Morris. Larry Conners. Rodney Dunn. 
Paul Lanier. Jan Panayotoff, Tyler Cox. Terry Insko, and 
Steve Stanley. 





286 ORGANIZATIONS-STUDENT SENATE 




One of the most solemn and memorable moments on Eastern's campus is the Hanging of the Greens. 

Organizations Give ¥ 
Variety Of Services 




Kappa Delta Tau collects toys for underprivileged children 




Judy Borders, a Little Colonel, performs at a home basketball game 



288 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




Veterans Provide 
Color Guard 

This year, as in the past, Alpha Sigma 
Upsilon, the Veteran's Club, provided the 
color guard for the Eastern Homecoming. 
Other activities included sending Christmas 
cards to Vietnam, refinishing park benches 
for Richmond, and helping grade school 
teachers in the surrounding area. 

The purpose and aim of the Veteran's Club 
is to ease the transition from military to 
collegiate life, and to promote fraternal spirit 
and fellowship among the ex-servicemen 
enrolled at Eastern. 



The Veteran's Club members gather at Fort Boonesborough State Park 
for their annual picnic. 




FRONT ROW: Terry Ritchie. Laddie Hunt, Richard Kolinske, James 
Fields, President; Olive Falcone, Sweetheart; Larry Cayton, Kenny 
Thomas. Ross Harris. Dan Bracken. SECOND ROW: Harry Paynter. 
Darryl Tedder. Rodney Alsup. Donald Jewell. Robert Gee. Nevel 



Williams. Treasurer; Ronald Burgess. Kendall Reynolds. BACK ROW: 
Bobby Sims, Harold Klenk. Victor Gausepohl. Charles Poynter, Will- 
iam Brenda. Jody Hughes. Richard Cohelia. John Schlaak, and Terry 
Conrad. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 289 




FRONT ROW: Bill Parker. Jimmy Brown. President; Jim Dingus. Ron 
Dolen. Treasurer; Arnold Slusher. Executive Vice President; Tom War- 
dell. Secretary, Dennis Raisor. Sergeant at Arms; Ed Tuggle, Gary Pal- 
mer, Vice President- SECOND ROW; George Brown. Sponsor; Guy Bea- 
ver, Stewart Brentzel, Mike Alexander. Charlie Stallings. Dan Gher 
THIRD ROW: Mike Puckett. Gary Montgomery, David Lane, Ronnie 



Burton, Terry Lake, Bertie Ray Dolen. Rick Drake. Dave Lake. FOURTH 
ROW: Jerry Campbell. Phillip Hunt. Thaddeus Smith. David White, Pat 
May. Stanley Forsythe. Douglas Burton. Garnie Yeager. BACK ROW: 
Gilbert Wilson. Joe DeChinco, Alex Poulos. Keith Kidd. Phil Jared, 
Greg Reynolds. Daryl Crossfield, Sam Bodine, John Robards. Larry 
Dixon. 



Circle K Heads 
Float Building 



During Homecoming week 
Circle K, which was in charge of 
the warehouse, sold refresh- 
ments to student float-workers. 
At Thanksgiving members can- 
vassed homes in Richmond for 
food to make baskets for the 
needy. In the spring Circle K 
held an Easter egg hunt for 
Richmond children and worked 
at the Telford Community 
Center. 

The objective of Circle K is to 
provide an opportunity for col- 
lege men to help others and to 
be of service to society. Their 
motto, "We Build", means con- 
structive involvement in the 
community and on campus. 



Circle K takes advantage of the sincere and monu- 
mental thirst created by the float builders. 



290 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




Collegiate Democrats Increase Membership 




Collegiate Democrat officers discuss plans for the upcoming gubernatorial election. Offi- 
cers are Jimmy Brown, president; Bill Parker, treasurer; Mike Stokes, vice president; Mittie 
Davis, secretary; Herb Vescio. adviser. 



The large increase in mem- 
bership of the Collegiate Demo- 
crats brought about an expand- 
ing and more informative pro- 
gram this year. The Collegiate 
Democrats' purpose is to instill 
in every student the importance 
of politics in his respective life 
and a realization that as a citi- 
zen, one has an unique place in 
society. 

As part of its program, six 
prospective candidates and 
officials were invited to speak 
at the meetings. These men 
acquainted the students with 
the prominent political issues 
today. During the spring a din- 
ner was held to introduce the 
candidates for state offices and 
to allow an exchange of ideas 
and views between the candi- 
dates and students. 




Meetings of the Collegiate Democrats show an increase in attendance this year. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 291 



"E" Men Assist 
At Home Games 

Selling programs and ushering at 
all home football and basketball 
games were the primary functions 
of the Varsity "E" Club, which is 
composed of male athletes who 
have lettered in any of the intercol- 
legiate sports at Eastern. 

The club sponsored an All-Athletic 
Day for youngsters in the Richmond 
area. Each member instructed the 
children in the skills of his sport. 

Members of the "E" Club who 
have contributed to the organization 
and remained in good standing for 
three years were awarded "E" rings 
which designate them as leaders in 
their particular sport. 



Selling programs and ushering at home athletic events 
are services rendered by the "E" Club 








FRONT ROW: Bill Quick. John Davenport, Joe Neft, Edgar Henry. Rich- 
ard Loewenstine. Bernie Hrubala. Scott Gallant- SECOND ROW: Ken 
Klein, Peter Reed, Jim Moore, Ron Hohhan. Brian Siemon. Bill Price, 



Jack Barber. Mac Nickson, BACK ROW: Jon Ankney. Eddie Huftman, 
Tim Brown. Jay Chanley. Bob Bauer. Bob Webeler. Keith Carroll. 



292 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Coleen Baker. Diana Burke. Gail Van Ness. Maria 
Kuehne, Patty Kefauver. Pat Studer. Becky linger. Lezlie Race. 
Linda Rolfes. Marty Richeson. SECOND ROW: Janet Caswell, Darlene 
Wilborn, Judy Mcnicol, Dale Herald, Kathy Needles. Secretary; Peggy 
Cotten, Connie Hinkley, Lisa Brandenburg, Chris Green. THIRD ROW: 
Terry Keeney, Teresa Trower, Sue Wolfer, Pat Ritchey. Treasurer; 



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Louise Asher. Marlee Childers. Vice-President; Becky Oakes. Karen 
Heid. Cyndie Sandy. Ginger Medley, President. BACK ROW: Dr Peel. 
Sponsor; Joette Morris, Becky Irving, Susie Boston. Cathy Wozny, 
Jody Cavalier. Charlotte Combs. Karen Madras. Rita Dull, Linda 
Smith, Barb Knudsen 



KDT'sAid Locally 

This year Kappa Delta Tau concentrated 
on community and national projects Includ- 
ing a Valentine Party and toy drive for the 
Richmond Area Classroom Experience kin- 
dergarten, a fund raising drive with the Rich- 
mond Fire Department for Christmas pre- 
sents to underprivileged children, a candle 
sale for the JFK Mentally Retarded Founda- 
tion, and a UNICEF drive on "Honey Sunday". 
The KDT's visited Pattie A. Clay Hospital and 
Kenwood Nursing Home, distributing cards 
on holidays. 

On campus the group kept busy. Members 
sold tickets for the freshman-varsity benefit 
game, sponsored the annual Powder Puff 
football game and She-Male contest. Besides 
winning the football game, they won many 
events in the Sigma Chi Derby. Kappa Delta 
Tau served lunch on Band Day, worked the 
concession stands at Eastern's athletic 
events, and served for banquets in the SUB. 



KDT's warm up before their win over Alpha Gamma Delta in the 
Powder Puff football game during Orientation Week. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 293 








FRONT ROW: Judy Hanson, Angela Kern. Julia Steanson. Advisor: 
Betty Howard. May Huber. Sandy Wilde. Bonnie Aboud. SECOND ROW: 
Martha White. JoAnn Hairston, Phillip Norman. Donagene Branham, 



Jody Rice, Mariann Bundy, Sue Craft. BACK ROW: Jimmy Brown, 
Leslie Connett. Karen Rhodes. Paula Weaver. Judy Borders. Daphe 
Jeffries. Sally Mullms. Martin V. Mitchell. 



KYMAClub 
Boosts Spirit 



Promoting spirit is the pur- 
pose ot Eastern's pep club, 
KYMA. Besides sponsoring the 
"Little Colonels" drill team, the 
club aids the Eastern cheer- 
leaders whenever they need 
help. This fall KYMA Club sold 
beanies to the incoming fresh- 
men during Orientation Week 
and painted signs for games. 

On Honor's Day one outstand- 
ing senior athlete, recom- 
mended by his coach, from each 
varsity sport received an award. 




A turkey attending the Eastern-Morehead football game lends support to cheerleaders 
Jerry Smith and Connie Haney. 



294 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




LITTLE COLONELS DRILL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Jill Whicker, Angela 
Kern, Tish Kelly. Connie Tyrrell. Captain; Sarah Marlett. Captain; Tom 
Lewis. Debbie Cupp, Kathy Covelle. SECOND ROW: Frances Adams. 
Mary Huber. Bobbie Caud ill. Connie Palsgrove. Beverly Fisher, Karen 



Bailey, Audrey Frison, Mariann Bundy. Claudia Marshall, Sherry Weis- 
man. BACK ROW: Judy Borders. Vicki Shumard, Debbie Reincke, Sue 
Craft, Joan Miller, Betty Howard, Terri Webb. Tonya Phelps, Jayne 
Bangs, Judy Cunningham 




EASTERN CHEERLEADERS. FRONT ROW: Claudia Cruse. Joan Ray. BACK ROW: N'Chung Sung. Lea Boggio. Don 
Peace, Connie Haney, Jerry Smith, Martin Mitchell, Sarah Vice, John Barkau. Billy Rati iff. David Stiebmg. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 295 



Men's Counci 
Sponsors Polls 

Men's Inter-dormitory Coun- 
cil membership, composed of 
the individual dormitory offi- 
cers, floor counselors and 
elected representatives from 
each residence hall, sponsored 
a poll on dormitory open house. 
In February, the council tested 
the opinions of the men's resi- 
dence halls on the type of food 
available through campus vend- 
ing machines. 

The Council met monthly to 
review general residence hall 
regulations and to propose ideas 
and work for the improvement 
of living conditions and study 
habits within the dorms. 




Members of the Men's Inter-dorm Council discuss dorm regulations and study habits. 







FRONT ROW: Tyler Cox. Daniel Glier. Dave Nicholas. Richard McCar- 
ren. Jerry Carrico. Ken Batte. BACK ROW: Glenn Grizzle. Mark Flem- 



ing. Bob Sullivan. Len Holland. Bob Brooks. Philip Liles, Greg Car- 
penter. Jim Blair 



296 ORGANIZATIONS SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Pamela Miller. Lame Boring. Kathy Fleming. Mary Pet- 
tengill. Karen Shelton. Jackie Reifsnyder, Kathryn Conrad. Linda 
Hern. SECOND ROW: Betty Jane Cruse, Diane Martin, JoAnn Hairston. 



Susan Haas. Vicki McDonald. Tern Webb, Jody Rice. BACK ROW: Jan 
Sheppard. Edwina Hatcher. Carole Siller. Margaret Skaggs. Judy 
Borders, Sandy Kornrumpf. Jayne Marlowe. Joy Albro. 




Women's Halls 
Provide Billiards 



The Women's Interdorm Council, 
made up of full-time students with a 
2.0 point standing or better, purchased 
bumper pool tables and other recrea- 
tional equipment for the women's 
residence halls. In cooperation with 
Miss Mary Glass, Director of Programs 
for Women, the Council coordinated 
recreational, educational, and intra- 
mural activities for women residents. 

In November the Council sold tick- 
ets to the Varsity-Freshman basketball 
benefit to help secure funds for the 
Meditation Chapel. 

The Council provided a medium of 
self-government for women residents 
and promoted better understanding 
between students and administration. 



Although the bumper pool tables are located in women's dorms, male guests find 
them an added attraction. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 297 




FRONT ROW: Fred Engle. sponsor; Stephen Louis, treasurer; Peggy 
Herman, chairman; Beth Wiener, secretary; William Ramey, vice 
president. SECOND ROW: Susan Faesenmeier. Sandy Clapp, Barb 
Matthews, Lindsey Williams, Sue Bertrand, Rodney Alsup, Larry 
Cayton, Robert Gee, James Fields, Dennis Mills. Jake Otter. THIRD 



ROW: Laddie Hunt. Richard Kolinske, Bobby Sims, John Schlaak, Rob- 
ert Curry. Darryl Tedder. Richard Cohelia, Tac Conrad, Ike Norris, 
Terry Ritchie. BACK ROW: Donald Jewell, Keith Earley, Cathy Wozny, 
Rick Rash, Charlie Abner, Victor Gausepohl, William Brenda. John 
Heidench, Bob Kirzinger. John Downs. Doc Bracken. 



Republicans 

Travel To 

Conventions 



The nation's largest College 
Republican Club once again had 
a busy year highlighted by the 
state convention in Lexington 
and the regional convention in 
Charleston, West Virginia. 

Vitally interested in politics, 
the College Republicans par- 
ticipated in the sixth district 
elections and conducted a voter 
participation drive. Other activi- 
ties included community action 
projects and political involve- 
ment with the student body. 




Sandy Clapp and Doug Crowe prepare to leave for a College Republican Convention. 



298 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 



ACE and SCEC Help Local Youth 



During Orientation Week, the Association 
for Childhood Education sponsored a coke 
party to acquaint themselves with freshmen. 
They also held a folk sing at the Mule Barn and 
a workshop for Race Street Kindergarten. 
Several speakers spoke at their monthly meet- 
ings including Dorothy Smith. Dr. Elmo 
Moretz. and Miss Ethel Sams, all EKU staff 
members. Foreign exchange students spoke 
about elementary education in their countries 



at the March banquet. 

The Student Council for Exceptional Cildren 
conducted a Crusade for Children Drive, co- 
operated with Physical Education, and con- 
ducted an "Olympic Games Competition" for 
Mentally Retarded Children. 

The Council, organized in March, 1970, 
promotes the education of social awareness 
of and concern for exceptional children. 




ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. FRONT ROW: Daryl 
Poynter. Kathy Rhoades. Marty Jordan. Helen Humphries. Gloria 
Coleman, Deborah Gantt. Sandy Wilde. Linda Rolfes. SECOND ROW: 
Carol Myers. Vickie McGuire, Judy Kiester. Eileen Nugent. Ginger 



Martin. Olive Falcone. Mary Eve Proffitt, Mary Lynn Jasper. Ethel 
Sams. BACK ROW: Mary Carol Rose. Pamela Bostick. Marlene Crabb. 
Daphne Jeffries. Debbie Sennet. Patty Calico. Judy Borders. Becky 
Cartwright. 




STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. FRONT ROW: 
Stayce Jordan. Barbara Harrison. Helen Begley. Jan Sheppard. Jackie 
Reifsnyder. Kathy Rulon. Pat Parker. SECOND ROW: Teresa Stiles. 



Evelyn Kidd. Eve Proffitt. Sharleen Ripperdan. Diana Moore. Ralph 
White, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Gloria Carr. Bonnie Richardson. Cathy 
Ferrell. Stephanie Holmes. Susan Hines. Ann Tritschler. 



300 ORGAN IZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




Agriculture students learn the fundamentals of soil testing. 



AgClub Divides 
For Discussions 



The Agriculture Club's four smaller 
groups, mechanization, dairy, ornamental 
horticulture and conservation, each of which 
held separate meetings, combined on the 
second Tuesday of each month to compare 
ideas. 

The members of the Agriculture Club 
traveled to Louisville to see the National 
Machinery Show in February. They also 
worked with 4-H groups, entered a project in 
the Conservation Fair and had a banquet in 
the spring. 




FRONT ROW: Dr. Glenn Hayes. Margaret Champion. William Poluvier, 
Brenda Sue Lynch. John Inman, Gregg Woodruff, Sherrill Burton. 
SECOND ROW: Carl Phelps, Steve Fisk. Danny McKinney, Harry Hens- 
ley. Ralph Anderson, Brian Bowles, Martin Woodruff. THIRD ROW: 



Steven Jackson, Norman Cox. Phillip Bramblett. Donald Jones. Teddy 
Hays, Howard DaleCornett. Luther Bramblett. BACK ROW: GaryGood- 
lett. John Dawalt, James Miller, John Lynch. Rickey Hopperton, Ted 
Colvin, Jim Thornton. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 301 



Caduceus Works 
Foundation Drive 



The Caduceus Club raised money for the 
Kidney Foundation, participated in a campus 
disaster plan, had fall and spring blood- 
mobiles and took trips to the University of 
Louisville Medical School and to the Madison 
County Health Center. 

The Club was organized to further knowl- 
edge and understanding of students in the 
medical sciences and health fields. It is one 
of the oldest organizations on Eastern's 
campus. 




The American Red Cross presents a certificate of appreciation to mem- 
bers of the Caduceus Club for their response to a campus blood drive. 




FRONT ROW: Dr. Sanford Jones, Russ Williamson, Alice Insco, Larry 
Fields, Judy Gundlack. Ruth Wilson, Gerald Combs. BACK ROW: Jerry 



Mayes. Jerry Rowe. Hossa Farris, Barbara Mann. Joanie Graham, Win- 
ston Halcomb. Larry Stroud, Carol Algiers, Sherry Conner. 



302 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



Accounting, Marketing Clubs Hold Outings 



This year Eastern's Accounting Club held 
study halls to help students with scholastic 
problems in accounting. The club sponsored 
several speakers and conducted tield trips in 
an attempt to help members decide upon a 
specific area of accounting. 

The purpose of the club is to acquaint ac- 
counting students with their future duties and 
obligations and to provide an opportunity for 
the discussion of topics relating to accounting. 

The American Marketing Association heard 
executive experts in the marketing field at its 



monthly meetings. Speakers in the areas of 
product managing, advertising, industrial 
sales, retailing, and sales and promotion. A 
field trip to Cincinnati was scheduled to meet 
with marketing executives in their plants. 

A membership drive resulted in a 20 per 
cent increase over last year's club rolls, with 
25 active members participating. Organized 
in 1969. the group is affiliated with the Ameri- 
can Marketing Association, headquartered in 
Chicago. 




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ACCOUNTING CLUB. FRONT ROW: Shichang Sung, Betty Pendergrass, 
Joseph Sidles, Walter Barnes. James Lisle, Robert Kelts. Keith Clem- 
ents, Wayne Vice, V. C. Messmer. sponsor. SECOND ROW: Bill Petter, 
Robert Gee. Tom Nett, David Jenkins, Robert Moloney, Billie Wade, 




Donald Smothers, Ronald Smothers. BACK ROW: Carolyn Carnes, 
Randy Sircle, Bobby Derrick, Dennis Raisor. Jimmy Roller, John 
White, Dennis England, Tom Wardell, Joseph Calimen. 




AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: Jane Skelton, 
Ken Carmichael, Steve Harp. John Buchanan, Winnie Malatesta, 
William Smith, Michael French, Donna Gray. BACK ROW: Don Rogers. 



Larry Locknane, Mike Cullen, Howard Thompson, William Recker, 
Larry Heinzelman. Dave Gerrein, Gary Tedford. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 303 



Home EcClub 
Sends Packages 



The Home Economics Club sponsored a 
fall style show, made Colonel Bunny Bean 
Bags, packed and distributed CARE packages 
during finals week. The club heard Mr. 
Richard Plymale speak at a program on pop- 
ulation explosion, and participated in the fall 
and spring Kentucky Home Economics Asso- 
ciation workshops. 

The purpose of the Home Economics Club 
is to offer those interested in home eco- 
nomics a place for development and social 
enjoyment, while providing beneficial pro- 
grams that help broaden views and interests. 




Home Economics Club entertains guests during a Valentine party. 




FRONT ROW: Linda Bentley. Pam Gilhspie. Mary Tallent. Mava Owens. 
Linda Chamberlain, Nancy Metz. Peggy Hensley, Susan Niswonger. 
June Pinney. Linda Terrell. SECOND ROW: Patty Sumner. Donna 
Spencer. Susan Shrader. Kathy Rhoades, Kathy Stoll. Sandy Rati iff. 
Rhonda Wall. Judy Wilson. Karen Latimer, Elizabeth MacDonald. Ellen 
Fischer. THIRD ROW: Cathy Scopa, Patty Mains. Cathy Hill, Kathryn 



Conrad. Mary Helen Compton. Jane Murphy, Lauretta Harris, Debbie 
Pritchett. Martha Dick. Brenda Craft. Christine Green. BACK ROW: 
Sharon Marlow. Debbie Black. Carole Siller. Mary Grider. Susan Mc- 
Donald. Elizabeth Potter. Deborah Campbell. Nancy Kelley, Beth 
McCormack. Rebecca Kenne. Brenda Wood. 



304 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



Biology and Math Club Hear Speakers 



A September get-acquainted picnic at 
Adams' Cave and a weekend outing at Natural 
Bridge State Park were among fall highlights 
of the Biology Club. Members served as guides 
for a Garden Club meeting and for the Con- 
servation Fair, at which a project was exhib- 
ited. Representatives from federal agencies 
and the EKU faculty spoke at various meet- 
ings, and members sold tickets to the Audu- 



bon Film series. In the spring the members 
assisted with Earth Day. 

This year the Math Club furthered its aim of 
increasing interest in mathematics and the 
benefits derived from its study by offering free 
tutoring to any student having difficulty in a 
math course. Teas were held throughout the 
year for members and math faculty. In the 
spring a picnic ended the year's activities. 




POLYMATHOLOGISTS. FRONT ROW: Linda Himes. Jean Burton, Clara Anthony Newsome, Sandy Fryman, Susie Durrett, Faye Keith, Donald 

Smith, Sherrill Burton, Michael Clayton, Kathleen Collins. BACK ROW: Batch, Ronnie Hampton, Donald Pelly, Robert Creek. 




BIOLOGY CLUB. FRONT ROW: Paula Kinker. Brenda Speagle, Lynn Mc- 
Call. Iris Boyle, Patricia Goins, Ann Mackin, Barbara Sue Nolan, Sue 
Mantel. BACK ROW: Betty Stephens. Larry Hurt, Glynn Creamer, spon- 



sor: Richard Marks, Patrick May, Larry Compton. Danny Fannin, Pam 
Marks. Larry Short. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 305 



Philosophy Club 
Sponsors Agora 

The Philosophy Club organized a stu- 
dent forum on campus unrest as well as 
other forums during the year. Dr. Abra- 
ham Kaplan visited Easter in conjunction 
with the lecture series and the Philos- 
ophy Department. Among other projects, 
the club sponsored Agora, a local coffee- 
house. 

The aim of the Philosophy Club is to 
challenge and enlighten its members 
and the campus in general, through 
speakers and student forums. 



Jim Blair, president of the Philosophy Club, leads members 
in a small group discussion. 





FRONT ROW: Kenneth Edwards, sponsor: Dave Nicholas. Jim Wise. Eugene Winbun. 
BACK ROW: James Sefcovic. Jim Blair. Joyce Allsmiller. Jay Under 



306 ORGANIZATIONS- DEPARTMENTALS 




Law Enforcement 
Publishes Folder 



The Association of Law Enforcement 
held a tour of central Kentucky high 
schools at which members showed films 
and spoke on alcohol and drugs. Field 
trips were conducted to La Grange Re- 
formatory, Eddieville Maximum Security 
Prison and the Knoxville Police Depart- 
ment. The Association published a pam- 
phlet concerning personal safety and 
held a seminar on personal safety for 
women. 

Association members donated to the 
Madison County Association for Re- 
tarded Children. 



FRONT ROW: Rosetta Lucas. Jennie Alcorn, Robert Donta, 
Dennis Mills. George Lewis, Arnold Amburgey. BACK ROW: 
Giles Black, adviser, Verne Rennacker. Rodger Morris. John 
Fryman. Gary Weldon, Donald Filer, Steven Mobley. 




Members ot the Law Enforcement Association hold a conference on drugs and alcohol. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 307 



SNEA Holds 
Panel Discussion 



The Student National Education Associa- 
tion heard a panel ot student teachers tell of 
their experiences in teaching and the SNEA 
adviser trom Louisville explained how KEA 
meets the teacher's needs. SNEA participated 
in American Education Week, held several 
banquets and saw films throughout the year. 

SNEA purports to improve education in 
general and increase the knowledge of future 
teachers. All members are required to be 
education majors working toward a teaching 
certificate. 




SNEA members decorate a bulletin board as a weekly proiect. 




FRONT ROW: Sue Mantel, Debbie Bailey. Karen Broering. Deborah 
Gantt, Tommy Hall. Regma McWhorter SECOND ROW: Judy Darnell. 
Ann Prather. Connie Vermillion. Carol E. Myers. Darla Donley. Marcia 
Verville. Linda Cooper. THIRD ROW: Gloria Coleman. Mary Eve Prof- 



fitt, Linda Van Oss, Iris Boyle. Phillip Hunt, Margene Sears, Helen 
Humphries. BACK ROW: Barbara Bunch. Walter Mayer. Barbara Gold, 
Larry Wynn, Judy A. Wessel, Erma Snapp. Judy R. Wessel. 



308 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




Club members participate in a cake decorating prefect 




FRONT ROW: Beth McBrayer. Pam Gillispie. Jean Burton. Rita Thomas, 
Effie Creamer: sponsor. BACK ROW: Deby Cline. Janice Burdette. 
Regina Niehaus. Dorthy Bulcher, Adrienne Helen Lennart. 



Food And Nutrition 
Feature Speakers 



Speakers were featured on such topics as 
cake decorating, water pollution, and dietetic 
internship at the monthly meetings of the 
Food and Nutritions Club. Representatives 
were sent to special meetings of the Blue 
Grass Dietetics Association. The club also 
worked with community centers in the Rich- 
mond area to provide classes in nutrition for 
different age groups. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 309 



HPER Hosts 
Foreign Speaker 

Members of the Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, and Recreation Club distributed canned 
food to the needy from the float they spon- 
sored for Homecoming. 

The Club had a cookout in the spring for 
faculty and students. Dr. Czeslay Wielki, a 
European, spoke to the Club this spring about 
physical education in Europe. 

The purpose of HPER is to provide service, 
guidance, and activity to students primarily 
majoring in the fields of health, physical 
education, and recreation. 




HPER offers various kinds of recreation and activity to its members. 




FRONT ROW: Kenneth Copes, Patricia Cox, Roscoe Denney. Barb 
Nickell, Carolyn Perkins, Donna Kaye Colston, Carol Trabits. Dorothy 
Kinmon, Bernie Hrubala. Karen Bloyd. SECOND ROW: Beth Nutty. 
Marcellyn Hedrick. Amy Judson, Carol Freet, Gwen Feagans. Susie 
Sigler, Wallena Jones, Cathie Dakel, Carole Jordan, Susan Wilson. 



THIRD ROW: Liz Neely, Sue Wolfer. Jan Rogan. Kay Woodington, Reid 
Bell, Glenda Roberts. Jim Wood. Bob Kehoe, Lee Ann Thurmond, Bev 
Wind. BACK ROW: Dennis Gay, Walter Mayer. Ron Holihan, Faye Keith, 
Mike Lyons, Steve Lewis, JoAnne Cavalier, Barbara Knudson, David 
Myers. Roy Gabbard 



310 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



Student Nurses Increase Membership 




Excitement fills the air as this new member of the Student Nurses Asso- 
ciation receives her cap. 



In September Eastern's Association of 
Nursing Students held its first meeting to 
elect new officers and plan the year's activi- 
ties. Later that month 104 new students re- 
ceived their caps in the first biannual capping 
ceremony. Kathy Waits, Eastern's represen- 
tative, was fourth runnerup in the State Con- 
vention held in Louisville. 

Discussions were held throughout the year 
on such topics as abortion, drug abuse and 
nursing in Appalachia. Representatives were 
sent to the National Convention in Dallas, 
Texas, during the spring. The year was 
brought to a close by the annual banquet 
held in April. 

The organization's purpose is to provide a 
closer bond and more unified spirit among 
nursing students, to encourage understand- 
ing of and participation in the nursing stu- 
dent associations and professional nurse 
organizations and to aid in the development 
of the nursing student as an active partici- 
pating member in the Commonwealth and 
the nation. 




FRONT ROW: Cathy Waits. Cecelia Powell, Lane Rodgers. Debbie Law- 
ler, Debbie Hungler. Martha Raleigh. Vicki Bugg, Marcella Stumbo, 
Alice Ann Curtis. Judy Combs. Martha Toleman. Sam Bowman. SEC- 
OND ROW: Eva Easterling. Margie Jackson. Billie Jo Heathman, Sally 
Turner, Oneta Beaty, Debra Bates, Elizabeth Warren. Peggy Jones, 
Carrie Cheek, Brenda Reiter. Sally Stenken. THIRD ROW: Sarah Stam- 



back, Norma Nagle, Betty VanDiver. Rita Taylor, Suzanne Steinforth, 
Judy Housefield, Kathy Cecil, Sarah Rye, Carol Roussos, Gail Ter- 
steffe. Teresa Colgan. BACK ROW: Linda Mueller. Kathy Baker, Vir- 
ginia Kidd, Barbara Fleig, Nancy Burch. Dora Colbenson. Jo Emmons, 
Tern Smither, Mary Anne Holland. Karen Meenach. Peggy Rice. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 311 



WRA Encourages 
Physical Activities 



The Women's Recreation Association 
energetically began the fall semester with 
an October camping trip to Camp Otonka. 
The Mulebarn was the site of a November 
campfire. During Christmas the Women's 
Recreation Association went caroling and 
gave cookies to patients at hospitals, vari- 
ous nursing homes, and homes of aged shut- 
ins in the Richmond area. The remainder of 
the year was filled with sledding parties, 
camping trips, hikes, picnics, and athletic 
activities. 

The purpose of the Women's Recreation 
Association is to encourage all women stu- 
dents to participate in organized physical, 
social, and recreational activities. 




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WRA members participate in all campus intramurals. 




FRONT ROW: Carol Stevens, Cheryl Cook, Gwen Hoover. Colleen Wil- 
lett SECOND ROW Gail Fortner. Patricia Cox. Donna Colston, Doro- 
thy Kinmon. Cheryl Miller. Karen Bloyd. Carolyn Naticchioni. Barb 
Virtitoe. Mary Jacina THIRD ROW: Roxie Stratton. Pat Rebold. Cathy 
Sullivan. Cheryl Smith, Susie Sigler. Gwen Feagans, Wallera Jones, 



Melva Cornelius. Ann Pranther. Lynn Sensel. BACK ROW: Darlene 
Nail. Jane Long, Donna Eldndge. Kelley Stanfield. Lee Ann Thurmond, 
Erma Snapp, Jill Votaw. Kay Johnson. Mary Whitehouse, Sue Ellen 
Feldkamp. Marilyn Evans. 



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Catalina Club Hosts Aquatic Clinic 



Catalina Club conducted a 
synchronized swim clinic in 
November inviting Pamela 
Wainscott. the Kentucky AAU 
Synchronized Swimming Chair- 
man, to be director. Many new 
stunts were learned while old 
tricks were perfected. 

After practicing their aquatic 
skills all winter and spring. Cata- 
lina members depicted the 
twelve zodiacs in their swim 
show "Sign of the Times." 

Tryouts were held in the fall 
with club members choosing 
future members on the basis of 
synchronized swimming skills, 
interest, and experience. 




Right: For use in "Sign of the Times" five girls 
loin forming a pinwheel 




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FRONT ROW: Sue Ehrman. Peggy Cox. Suzanne Higgins. Jan Panayo- 
toff. Pokey Denny. Angela Kern. Debbie Wade. Gigi Bradford. Suzie 
Burkhardt. Chris Fletcher SECOND ROW Margaret Dafler. Nancy 
Ackerman, Becca Clancy. Diane Darenkamp, Debbi Bunker. Judy Mc- 



Guire. Suzanne Holthouser, Paula Lambdin. Debbie Bellairs. BACK 
ROW: Hazel Wathen. Ellen Glassford. Carol McConnell. Sally Mullins, 
Martha Sands. Kathy Gasgill. Dot Kirkpatrick, Adviser; Susan Adkins, 
Debbie Seiferd. Jamie Moak. 



314 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 




Dance Theatre 
Offers Technique 

Eastern's Modern Dance Theatre ottered 
a technique class open to all University stu- 
dents to aid the development and partici- 
pation in dance. Throughout the year they 
sponsored professional dance concerts on 
campus as well as performing at other 
schools. 

New members were chosen in both the fall 
and spring by the old members on the basis 
of creativity, rhythm, and technique. 

All costumes used by the group were de- 
signed especially for their productions. 
Among their performances were Halloween 
stories by Edgar Allen Poe staged in the am- 
pitheater and a self-choreographed spring 
presentation. 




FRONT ROW: Bill Peterson. Susie Womack. and Phil Morgan. SECOND 
ROW: JIM Shanahan. Paulette Bowlm. Kenny Long, Patty Knight, Deb- 
bie Delduca. and Becky Davis. THIRD ROW: Linda Wert. Claudia Cruse. 
Jacque Brown. Kathy Tate, Cathy McMilhan. Liz Hayes. Leslie Smith. 



and Jo Ann Jeffers. BACK ROW: Susie Eldndge. Vicki Carney, Molly 
Wagers. Mary Harris, Dave Stebing. Beverly McKee, Miss Jenks. 
Ruby Thelman. and Donna McClanahan 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 315 



Ensemble Cuts 
First Album 



Highlighting the year for University 
Ensemble was the making of their 
first record album entitled "We've 
Come This Far By Faith." Through 
their musical talents, the group spread 
their religion and Black culture. 

In addition to local high school 
tours, the group performed on college 
campuses in southern states. In the 
spring, University Ensemble developed, 
directed, and staged a concert entitled 
"Soul." In this production they traced 
the movement of soul music from its 
origination in the Civil War Era to the 
present. 

During rehearsal Reggie Walters relies on the piano to help 
him get the group in harmony. 





FRONT ROW: Reginald Walters. Sandra Overstreet. Sharon McGee. 
Gail Thomas. Larry Pennington. James Ballew. Russell Behanan, 
Michael Mason. Rodney Dunn. George Rice. Donald Young. Charles 
Hicks. Joan Ray, Janice Fletcher. Janet Holly. Michael Horton. SEC- 
OND ROW: Gail Lyttle. Anna Fogle. LaSandra Ridley. Charles Lowery. 
George Jackson. Larry Connor. Napoleon Dobbins. Marvin Sanders. 
Derrick Houston. Mary Ola Gray. Gwen Riffe. Mary Travis THIRD ROW: 
Karen Yates. Andrea Fogg. Cynthia Branom. Marilyn Kavanaugh. 
Jesse Reed. Robert Trumbo. Reed Kimbrough. Phillip Brown. Andrew 



Rice. Robert Bell. Linda Barber. Daniese Hines. Brenda Washington. 
Wanda Berry. FOURTH ROW: Evelyn Cole. Sarah Weathers. Billy Ann 
Rothel. Teresa Clifton. Charlotte Dunn. Gregory Lanier, Eric Aber- 
crumbie. Bobby Brown. Daniel Borden, Ronnie Pennington. Linda 
Mack. Lanise Bell. Artie Walters. Donna Edwards. BACK ROW: Linda 
Boatrlght. Frannie Harris. Lelanie Butler. Karen Pope, Karen Hunter, 
Joan Jenkins. Sandra Berry. Marsha Johnson. Sharon Stroud. Geneva 
Turner. 



316 ORGANIZATIONS ARTS 



Left: Eric Abercrumbie and Russell Behanan prepare for 
the first cut of their album. Below: Robert Bell and the 
Ensemble entertain the largest basketball crowd of the 
season at the Eastern-Western game. 




ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 317 



Musical Groups 
Tour Kentucky 

Directed by Dr. Bruce Hoagland, 
Eastern's Chamber Choir toured 
southern Kentucky this past year. 
They presented a variety of group 
sings ranging from Renaissance to 
contemporary music. Throughout the 
year they performed concerts on 
campus presenting serious music. 

Symphonic Orchestra held its first 
Children's Concert this year under the 
direction of Mr. Roland Vamos. The or- 
chestra performed three other con- 
certs; one which featured applied 
musicians selected on the basis of 
competition. In collaboration with the 
University Chorus, the Symphonic 
Orchestra presented the annual per- 
formance of Handel's "Messiah". 

With a new director, Mr. Earl Thom- 
as, the Stage Band featured a jazz 
concert of original compositions. In 
conjunction with other musical groups 
the band toured the state. 

Right: Eastern's Chamber Choir is made up of freshman 
through senior men and women showing outstanding tal- 
ent and interest in the area of serious music and its de- 
velopment Below: Symphonic Orchestra is pictured dur- 
ing the presentation of their concerto featuring members 
who have competed and won special recognition. 




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Mr. Earl Thomas helps the Stage Band rehearse for their year's highlight, 
the presentation of the members' original jazz compositions 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 319 



Bands Prepare 
For Concerts 



Concert Band and Symphonic Band re- 
hearsed many hours to prepare for their 
individual concerts and tours. Each band 
performed at least two concerts on campus 
for the enjoyment of the students and the 
community. 

These bands consisted primarily of music 
majors and minors; but anyone wishing to 
participate was welcomed. 




Mr John Lawson (above), conductor of the Concert Band, demands 
the attention of his students (above right and lower right) to be 

divided only two ways: to him and to the music. 




320 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 




Woodwind instrumentalists (left and lower left) are |ust a 
small part of the Symphonic Band but yet often carry the 
theme of a musical composition. Below: Mr. Robert Hart- 
well, conductor of the Symphonic Band, gives the signal to 
change pitch to the string section. 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 321 



University Theatre Stages Five Plays 



The University Theatre, fea- 
turing the University Players, 
staged five major productions in 
Pearl Buchanan Theatre this 
year under the auspices of the 
Department of Drama and 
Speech. 

Included in the year's pro- 
ductions was a special Chil- 
dren's Theatre presentation in 
April. The horror classic "Dra- 
cula" began the 1970-71 sea- 
son, followed by "You Can't 
Take it With You," "John 
Brown's Body." the children's 
production, and "The Boy 
Friend." 

A special feature of the sea- 
son was the effort to secure 
authentic depression-era props 
and costumes for "You Can't 
Take it With You." 





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Military Day 
Exhibits ROTC 
At Its Best 



Left: Caught in the reflection of a car window, cadets wait 
formation of their squad Bottom: MP's listen to final instruc- 
tions before dispersing to direct traffic on Military Day. 




ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 325 



AUSA Sponsors 
Christmas Project 

During Christmas, the AUSA company 
sponsored their annual Christmas Project 
which included collecting money for needy 
families of Richmond. Among other activi- 
ties, the company was responsible for the 
annual spring Military Ball, election of Queen 
Athena and ROTC sponsors. 

The Lt. John "Nick" Combs Memorial 
Company of the Association of the United 
States Army was established on Eastern's 
campus to improve cadet training and to be 
of service to the school and the Richmond 
community. 




The AUSA color guard presents the colors during a home basketball 
game 




FIRST ROW: Major Edward H. George. Frank Edwards. Arthur Howard. 
William Boner. Company Commander; Gary McDavld. Executive Of- 
ficer; Steve Miller. Mark Wysocki. First Sergeant. SECOND ROW: Frank 
Ulery, Tom Swanson. Leon Huffman. John Burton. William Brown. 



Edwin Miller. Jack Colglazier, Jeff Hollander. BACK ROW: Rex Fortner. 
Lineo LaSharp. Mark Cowman, Michael Torstrick, William Northup, 
Craig Singer. James Scott. Charlie Abner, Buddy Gilpin 



326 ORGANIZATIONS-MILITARY 




CG's Aid Freshmen 
During Orientation 



The Counter Guerilla Raider Company be- 
gan its year helping freshmen during orien- 
tation week and registration. They traveled 
to Fort Knox tor a weekend of armor orienta- 
tion. During the past school year they had 
two field training exercises a month in order 
to promote the ideals of company leadership 
and counter guerilla tactics. 

The CGR's also aided the University in the 
flag-raising ceremony in the dedication of the 
new Begley Building. 



Right: CG's practice techniques of armed combat during a -Field 
Training Exercise. 




FIRST ROW: Captain Doris Ray. Company Commander Stephen Miller. 
Executive Officer Larry Paills. Major William Boner. SECOND ROW: 
Hubert Hendren, Jim Wright. Sergeant Charles Norwood, Sergeant 
Mark Wysocki. Sergeant David Snellen. Stephen Cornett. Walt Cole- 
man. THIRD ROW: David Michael. Paul Froman, David Conrad. Robert 



ESargo, Dave Wurfel. Thomas Turning, Rick Kemerly. Michael Brown. 
Jeff Hollander. BACK ROW: Fred Bothwell. Anthony Benge. Andy 
Humelsine. Davis Tindoll. Louis Howard. James Mills. James Mason. 
Paul Shindelbower. Stephen Brashear. Calum Mayfield 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 327 



Military Police 
Aid Local Agencies 

Working closely with the Campus Security 
and Richmond Police Department, the Ever- 
ett N. Smith Military Police Company com- 
pleted its tourth year at Eastern. The com- 
pany provided service to the university in 
the areas of traffic and crowd control. 

The Military Police Company, organized 
on November 11, 1967. held regular Field 
Training Exercises and took trips to such 
places as Fort Knox and Fort Gordon. Geor- 
gia. 



Right: Working in close conjunction with the Richmond Police, an 
Eastern MF helps direct traffic during Orientation Week. 





FIRST ROW: Roger Morefleld. Major William Adams. David Swango. 
Carla Jo Nagle. Sponsor; Galib Kawaja. Jerry Carnco. Ronnie Thomp- 
son. SECOND ROW: Paul Brewer. Paul Morris. Maurice Moore. William 
Brown. Charles Meade. Donald Withrow. Jack Colglazier. Thomas 
Lambert. Lacey Miller. Ricky Haggard. THIRD ROW: Clint Banta. Billy 



Murphy. Rex Fortner. Jimmy Fields. John Neufarth. John Helton. 
Anthony Thompson. Gene Murphy. Leon Huffman. BACK ROW: Wil- 
liam Caldwell. Charlie Abner. James Titon. Robert Gimmel. Frank 
Edwards. Mike Fryman. Morty Spenilla. Ronnie Abner. John Mullins. 



328 ORGANIZATIONS MILITARY 




FRONT ROW: Toni Chambers. Barb Harrison. Daryl Poynter. Linda 
Chapman. Deborah Ebel. Donagene Branham. SECOND ROW; Chris- 
tine Chadwell, Maryhn Etkin, Judy Gundlack. Carla Jo Nagle. Suzanne 
Higgins. THIRD ROW: Rebeca Weathers. Karen Shelton. Eve Proffit. 



Mary Beth Madt. Judy Sullivan. Beth Ann Nutty BACK ROW: Steve 
Miller. Jan Sheppard, Carol Anderson. Karen Pope. Claudia Marshall. 
Doris Roy. Cmdi Spratts. Bill Boner 




Sponsors 
Boost Morale 



During the fall each ROTC 
unit's advanced corp cadets 
elected unit sponsors to repre- 
sent them. 

The sponsors traveled to Ire- 
land Army Hospital at Fort Knox 
to entertain the Vietnam Veter- 
ans. They also helped in the 
presentation of awards at Mili- 
tary Day and drilled at a basket- 
ball game during half time. 

In the fall Barbara Harrison 
was elected as Queen Athena, 
and will serve as the Brigade 
Sponsor in 1971-72. 



Left: Before the Homecoming game. Governor 
Louie B. Nunn receives a carnation from a ROTC 
Sponsor 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 329 



Pershing Rifles Titles 

Pershing Rifle Company R-l had an active 
year. The PR's welcomed freshmen, guided 
tours for parents, directed traffic, and helped 
during registration. 

The company was the defending champion 
of both "The Best Company in the Battalion" 
and "The Best Company in the Regiment" 
among 21 competing universities. 

Company R-l attended the National Meet 
at Atlanta, Georgia, the Marshall University 
Meet at Huntington. West Virginia, and the 
Combined Regimental Meet at Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

The season saw Eastern's Valianettes add 
much spirit to the Company. 




2nd BATTALION HEADQUARTERS: Michael Welch, Linda Chapman, Am 
bal Rivera, and Samuel Hill. 




FIRST ROW: Drue Ferguson, Dieter Carlton, David Shrout. James 
Pleasant, Randall Honeycutt. Daryl Sweeny. Christopher Minch. SEC- 
OND ROW: Joe Barnard, John Burton. Robert Cecil, Mark Cowman. 



Elroy Gilpin, Joesph Hardy. David Custis. David Kepler. David Dennis. 
Noe Longoria. John Beam. Thomas Swanson, Thomas Marshall. 
Michael Cecil. 



330 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




A heavy February snow brings out the PR's and Valianettes for a moment of unmilitary activity. 




FIRST ROW: Betty Cruse, Kathy Kohlbecker, Charllotte Phelps. Lynn 
Schmidt, Kathy Rulon, Nina Chase, Chris Green. Janie Wright. Donna 
Adams, Betty Elam. SECOND ROW: Irma Snapp. Charllotte Cram, 



Karen Kellerman. Sandra Poulos. Phyllis Winderford, Sandra Clapp. 
Fara Halcomb. Thresa Moore. Judy Hicks. Jeannie Pilant, Cindy 
Hopkins. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 331 




Using a tree as a support a cadet takes a breather during a field training 
exercise. 



Top: ROTC Chorus contributes to the feeling of fellowship within 
the company. Above: ROTC cadets, receiving last minute instruc- 
tions, prepare to march onto the field at the Eastern-Morehead 
football game 



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Whether you've always wanted to become 
a Greek, or just decided after much careful 
thought, rush holds the same excitement 
and anticipation. This year Eastern's frater- 
nities decided on an open rush lasting all 
semester. The first week was still character- 
ized by rush parties with each of the 11 fra- 
ternities trying to out-impress rushees. 




Above Left: This Sigma Nu shows a rushee a scrapbook at a party in the 
Todd and Dupree date lounge Above: Another rushee receives a few 
convincing words from a DU. 



334 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





Above Left: Two DU's talk over the correct placement 
of their many trophies. Above Right: As this Pike shows 
a scrapbook to a rushee, the pictures bring back many 
memories of past fraternity functions. Left: A pretty 
face can sometimes be as convincing as trophies and 
scrapbooks as these girls make name tags for the 
rushees. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 335 





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Above: A sorority tea began the week 
of formal rush Below: These Chi 
Omega pledges begin to feel the pres- 
sures of pledgeship as they work on a 
shoe shine. 




336 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEK 




Above: Rebecca Weathers leads candlelight rush party held for rushees 
by Delta Sigma Theta. Below: Three Chi Omega actives enjoy a party 
given by the pledges. 




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Follows Rush 



Sororities chose formal rush this year, 
succeeded by two weeks of open bidding. 
Pledgeship followed teas and rush parties 
for both fraternities and sororities. The 
pledges had many projects, the most prev- 
alent of which, the shoeshines, kept the cam- 
pus in clean shoes. Some pledgeship activi- 
ties, such as serving cake and punch to ac- 
tives, were not as strenuous. 




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Top: Fraternity brothers unable to play, as well as girl- 
friends and other interested persons cheer their favor- 
ite team on at a Pike versus BOG game Above Right: 
Dann Dickey of Pi Kappa Alpha eludes the grasp of a 
would-be tag as Mike Kaylor provides added assistance 
Above: Flag football can be as rough as regular football, 
as these DU's find out Far Right: Dickie Potts runs to 
capture the football as other KA's and friends look on. 




338 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




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Intramurals Aid 
Brotherhood 

Fraternity intramurals promoted involve- 
ment as well as brotherhood. With their 
brothers they shared the excitement and 
self-satisfaction of winning, and the despair 
of knowing that a little extra effort could 
have saved a defeat. 




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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 339 




Top: The Pikes huddle to plan their offensive strategy Above: 
Anticipation marks the faces of these DU's as they prepare to meet 
a kick-off return. Right: The hand extended to Tom AMg by Art Fields 
is not that of friendship in this scramble for the ball. 



340 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Top: Larry Hurd waits expectantly for the ball as his brothers over- 
run their mark. Above: Dan Boeh prepares to protect his brothers 
from more opposition in this effort for ball control. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 341 



Greek Activity Varies 

Greek activity was restricted to pledgeship 
activities and intramurals. All the members 
of each Greek organization joined together 
for their own projects. Brotherhood was in- 
creased not only by the meetings necessary 
to plan such activities but also by the activi- 
ties themselves. 











Above Left (Opposite): Sigma Chi's receive a helping hand on 
the homecoming float. Above: Faith Scott shows a surprised 
expression as she meets her choice at the KD Dating Game. 
Far Left (Opposite): Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon meet on 
their floor to plan the Coffin Marathon. Left: During Alpha 
Gamma Delta's Spirit Week all the fraternities and sororities 
painted windows in downtown Richmond, as Delta Sigma 
Theta's Sandra Commons does here. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 343 




Pikes Hold Goldfish 
Eating Contest 

Greeks encompassed a wide range of 
activities. This year they revived such old 
contests as a dance marathon and a goldfish 
eating contest, while continuing such annual 
events as the Tau Kappa Epsilon Coffin 
Marathon. 




344 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Left: Mike Gruegin of Sigma Chi displays the form that won the Pi 
Kappa Alpha goldfish eating contest- Below Left: The Alpha Delta Pi 
Dance Marathon was not as grueling as those of the thirties Below: 
These Tekes look confident as they prepare to begin their Coffin 
Marathon. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 345 




Derby And Fair Promote Brotherhood 



New events were also initiated this year. 
Sigma Chi held its first annual Derby Week, 
a national event at all Sigma Chi chapters, 
and Beta Omicron Gamma held its first 
County Fair. The competition of these events 
promoted brotherhood more than any other 
activity among brothers and sisters in the 
entire Greek system. 



346 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 









Opposite: Billie Hughes and Barry Cupp ride on a "Tin Lizzie" 
driven by Ralph Colderon that marks the beginning of the parade 
for the Sigma Chi Derby. Above: Excitement and apprehension 
characterize these ADPi's as they parade for the Derby. Left: 
These two chose Hee Haw costumes to wear to the dance follow- 
ing the BOG County Fair. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 347 



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the BOG County Fair with western cos- 
tumes and covered wagon. Right: These 
Chi O's get "psyched" before the Derby. 







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Above: The elements of the Sigma Chi Crest take an 
unusual representation at the Derby. Right: Water and 
mud diminishes the excitement and eagerness for a 
trophy from Beta Omicron Gamma. 



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events at the Derby. Above: A Beta Theta Pi lets 
fly at the BOG County Fair pie throw as Phi Delta 
Thetas look on. 



350 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Greek Life Builds Lasting Brotherhood 



All the things that came together to in- 
crease brotherhood were in themselves a 
lasting experience. Memories of rush, pledge- 
ship, intramurals, goldfish-eating contests 
and county fairs are as strong as those of 
brothers and sisters. The activities of 1970-71 



helped to strengthen the bonds of Greek life 
perhaps more than any other year. More 
emphasis was placed on doing things to- 
gether than just becoming associated with 
the Greek system. 

Above: Clay Burns and Jim Mynhier discuss the method used by 
Buck Thomas in the watermelon seed-spitting contest of the BOG 
County Fair. 



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This year the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi 
adopted an Indian child from a New Mexico 
tribe and participated in the annual Muscular 
Dystrophy drive with Kappa Alpha order on 
November sixth and seventh. 

It was a winning year for the ADPi's with 
the Sigma Chi Derby, the Alpha Gamma Delta 
softball tournament, and window painting 
contest in "Spirit Week". The annual Nearly 
Wed Game was again held on Valentine's Day, 
and social activity was climaxed by the 
Spring Formal. 

Alpha Delta Pi was established at Georgia 
Wesleyan in Macon, Georgia, in 1851, becom- 
ing the first secret society for women. Epsilon 
Phi Chapter was installed on Eastern's cam- 
pus March 8, 1969. 



FIRST ROW: Becky Beard. Priscilla Thompson, Billie Kay Crowe. 
Debbie Ramey, Sue Houston, Judy Stiebel, Libby Wilkins. Vicki 
Powell, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Becky Trew, Sherrye Foster, Marta 
Perry, Sandra Grimes, Gerrye Foster, Cathy Cox, Cathy Collins, Kris 
Gray. Katy Short, Jo Ellen Wesley, Charlotte Half hill. THIRD ROW: 
Elaine Tackett. Lisa Jones. Becky Wilson, Julia Williams, Diane 
Minor, Vicki Richardson, Marty Fawley, Kathy Butler, Sue Ellen Oue- 
lette, Vice President: Jane Schork, Cindy Gahris, Bobbie Weimer. 
TOP ROW: Margie Hall. Julie Molyneaux. Patti Goins. President; 
Beth Cocanougher, Pam Frederick, Mary Riley, Marcia Weeks, Jan 
Howard, Wanda Creed, Second Vice President: Becky Le Master, 
Debbie Grove, Corresponding Secretary; Gwen Coburn, Recording 
Secretary; Linda Tabb, Janet Spahn. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 353 



Alpha Gam's Initiate 
Spirit Week 

This year Alpha Gamma Delta began the 
year with a drive tor the new Teltord Com- 
munity Center. A party tor the crippled chil- 
dren of the Shriners Hospital in Lexington 
was held as well as a party for the under- 
priviledged children of Race Street in Rich- 
mond. The sisters also contributed to the 
national project of raising funds for grants 
to universities for work in minimal brain 
damage dysfunction. "Spirit Week" was initi- 
ated to help liven the spirit of the Eastern 
student body, and several mixers and parties 
were held. 

Gamma Omicron chapter of Alpha Gamma 
Delta was installed at Eastern on October 
28, 1968. 



FRONT ROW Connie Palsgrove, Suzanne Higgins. Recording Secre- 
tary, Linda Atkinson. Trish McDevitt. Jo Ann Grimes. Betty Ann Rice. 
SECOND ROW: Sherry Jo Powers, Debbie Nelson. Lori Bogo. Debbie 
Sennett. Treasurer; Libby Brambledge. Kathey Stole. Sherry Wester- 
man, Judy Lyons, Roseanne Butcher, Corresponding Secretary. 
THIRD ROW: Debbie Waxman. Joyce Turner, Judy Schumer. Cherry 
DeRonda, Susan Nance. Sharon Nance. Karen Widher FOURTH 
ROW Connie Dils. Vickie Jones. Vickie Ingart, Judy Allen. Vice Presi- 
dent FIFTH ROW Nickie Elliot. Linda Colhver BACK ROW Linda 
Johnson, Jonetta Hopkins. Suzie Burkhart, Marsha Foster, Pat 
Hodge. Teresa Stiles. Glenda Roberts 



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Alpha Kappa Heads 
Beauty Pageant 



Early in December, Alpha Kappa sponsored 
the first annual Miss Black Richmond Pag- 
eant. The event judged black girls who were 
at least Sophomores in high school on poise, 
appearance, and beauty. 

The sisters participated in the Black Arts 
Festival and the Black Greek Talent Show. 
The main service project was sending mis- 
cellaneous gifts to the soldiers in Viet Nam. 

Alpha Kappa local sorority was established 
on Eastern's campus in April 1970. 



FRONT ROW: Ruth Meadows, Saundra Overstreet. Donna Black, 
president; Tom Chambers, treasurer; Julia Huguely, Janice Burd- 
ette. La Sandra Ridley, vice president; Paula Thomas. Artye Walters. 
SECOND ROW: Gayle Lyttle, recording secretary: Sondra Berry. 
Lenise Bell. Wanda Berry. Linda Barber, Patricia Hill, Teresa Searcy, 
Sharon McGee, Michelle McCrary, Sharron Ferman, Linda Marsh. 
BACK ROW: Rita Buckner, Marsha Huguely. Brenda Jackson. Joyce 
Wilson, Natalie Cook. Barbara King. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 357 




Chi Omega Holds Christmas Parties 



Chi Omega held two Christmas parties 
tor underprivileged children, one with the 
Pike pledges and one with DUs tor the chil- 
dren in the GROWTH tutoring program. The 
sisters also worked at the Community Action 
Center every Saturday and collected canned 
food for needy Richmond families with Sigma 
Nu and Beta Theta Pi. 

In November the sorority travelled to Gat- 
linburg for a retreat, and held the annual 



Parents Banquet. In December "Yuletide 
Week" featured a window painting contest, 
and the Holly Feast was held in Lexington. 

The Chi Omegas won Greek Week and the 
Scholastic Trophy. Activity was ended in 
the spring by a swim meet and the annual 
Spring Formal held in Cincinnati. 

Chi Omega was founded at the University 
of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. Gamma Theta 
Chapter was installed in May, 1969. 



358 ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 





FRONT ROW: Barbara Schieman, Vicki Shumard, Angela Kern, Amy 
Bickett, Wanda Parton. Patsy Gross, Bonnie Frost. SECOND ROW: 
Barb Harrison. Treasurer; Laura Knight, Gittel Chase, Becky Cor- 
nett, Pam Quiggins, Vice President: Joann Abney, Ellen Glassford. 
Mary Huber, Francis Adams, Kathy Kandle, Barb Black. Secretary. 
THIRD ROW: Susie Womack, Sherry House. Brenda Reiter. Alice 
Kraig, JoAnn Hairston. Tern Loader, Karrol Guy, Diana Moore, 
President: Kathy Howeller, Carla Swope, Vicki Rice, Linda Murphy. 
FOURTH ROW: Brenda Clark. Janie Gauch, Donnagene Branham. 
Paula McCann. Amy Judson, Joyce Bryum. Kathy Tate, Susie Eld- 
ridge. Ricky Lightner. Diane Martin, Connie Black. Marianne Bundy. 
Jayne Bangs, Shirley Dunham, Connie Wozny, Mary June Brunker. 
Martha Crawford. BACK ROW: Roxanne Heekin, Ruth Eubank. Lome 
Back, Johnetta Geoghegan, Susan Palmer, Sandi Simpson, Jacki 
Reifsynder, Linda Hulls. Jan Strickland, Marylin Etkin, Connie Tyrrel, 
Mary Pat Wills. Cathy Dakel, Terri Webb, Connie Henniger, Debbie 
Smith, Patty Flowers, Anne Furr. 



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FRONT ROW: Saundra Horsley. Mildred Payne, Vice President; Let- 
itia Thompson. Treasurer; Barbara McWhorter. Mary Gray. Presi- 
dent; Eloise McKetric. BACK ROW: Saundra Commons. Secretary; 
Beverly Doty, Millerson Wilkins, Karen E Hunter. Linda Cox. Rebecca 
Weathers. Elaine Mack. Revella Abercrumbie, Jacqueline Reed, 
Evelyn Cole, Yvonne E. Clay. 



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Deltas Active In Public Service 



Delta Sigma Theta has been active in many 
community service projects. Prior to the 
opening ot the Race Street Kindergarten, 
the building was cleaned up with the aid ot 
the sisters. A "Toys for Tots" dance was 
sponsored, donating the proceeds to the 
kindergarten. 

The sisters have participated in the 



GROWTH tutoring program, Richmond Day 
Care Center, "Open Concern" and the 
clothing bank. By way of the Christian Chil- 
dren's Fund, the sisters have adopted a war 
orphan. 

Delta Sigma Theta national sorority was 
installed at EKU in the fall of 1970. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 361 




KD's Give Party For Crippled Children 



A party at the Shriners Hospital in Lexing- 
ton, given by the KD's contributed to the 
Kappa Delta national philanthropy ot crip- 
pled children. The sisters also assisted in 
orientation week and aided fraternities with 
rush. 

The KD's participated in the Sigma Chi 
Derby, Beta Omicron Gamma County Fair, 
Chi Omega Yuletide Week, Alpha Gamma 



Delta Spirit Week, and Greek Week. The an- 
nual Dating Game was held in the fall, and 
the pledges once again organized Smile 
Week. 

Kappa Delta was established October 23, 
1897 in Farmville, Virginia. Delta Omicron 
chapter became the first national sorority 
on Eastern's campus. 



362 ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Marilyn Robinson. Valorie Malone. Barbara Detz, 
Sharon Crews, Sue Rodman, Lynn Ross, Vice President. SECOND 
ROW: Carol Davis, Mary Ann Hamilton, Marsha Justice, Lolly Turley. 
Mary Beth Gibson, Jan Smyers. Terry Akers, Mary Ann Mossbarger, 
Carol Pfeiffer, Natalie Rodriguez. Treasurer. THIRD ROW: Ann Heim. 
Pam Simcoe. Barbara McNabb. Ellen Simpson, Debbie McDonald. 
Jill Whicker, Nancy Armstrong. Jenny Robinson, Susie Ellis, Pat 
Neade. Kathey Benton. Margie Logan. Cynthia Fowler. Jan Rawson. 
Carol Algier, Edna Prewitt, Bedky Macy, Susie Borughton, Karen 
Jacobs. Bobbi Randall. BACK ROW: Connie Burns. Janie Hill, Tom 
Lewis, President: Connie Haney. Marsha Partusch, Elrene May, Loni 
Algier, Chris Clements, Martha Jo Glass, Chris Coate, Sylvia Moreno. 
Tish Kelly, Debbie Redmon. Debby Manion, Cheryl Dringenburg. 
Joyce Shipman, Dana Scott. Cathy Price, Faith Scott, Marilyn Ash. 



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Kappa Phi Delta Sanctions Marathon 

This year the Kappa Phi Delta's held their tord Community Center, and sent packages 
first annual dance marathon in which cou- to the American troops in Vietnam. The fund- 
pies competed by doing required dances for raising drive was highlighted by selling EKU 
specified periods of time. They also held a stuffed frogs, 
second annual all-Greek talent show. Kappa Phi Delta local sorority was recog- 

The Kappa Phi's worked with the children nized on Eastern's campus in May of 1968. 
in a newly formed kindergarten at the Tel- 



364 ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 




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FRONT ROW: Susan Wilson, Debbie Bunker. Lee Ann Harrington, 
Carol Smith, Donna McGinnis, Becky Mclntyre, Barb Gibson, Linda 
Fitzer, Barbara Bracken, Carol Moore. SECOND ROW: Shelbie Miller. 
Karen Surface. Debbie Hemple, Debbie Cupp, Sara Vice. Gwen Reed. 
Donna Holand, Peggy Mathes. Corresponding Secretary: Punky 
Gray. Claudia Taylor, Marty Jo Payton, Kathy Dunsil THIRD ROW: 
Jan Morgan. Donna Frasher, Mary Lynn Jasper. Mary Stevens, Nan- 
cy Birch. Mary Carol Rose. Brenda Craft. Pat Bennett, Patty Callico, 
Debbie Wainscott, Karen Peters, Marilyn Sorrels, Bonita Simpson, 
Susan Adkins, Mary Jo Beckeridge, Judy Casey. BACK ROW: Nancy 
Ackerman, Jan Prewitt, Debbie Munsey, Recording Secretary: Peggy 
Mckee, Treasurer: Jan Reinders, Shar'i Simpson. Nancy Vater. Jan 
Panayotoff. Daryl Poynter. Vice President: Gigi Bradford. Gerry 
Philp. Marilyn Scroggins. President: Cindy Dorman, Kelta McCabe, 
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BOG Holds 
County Fair 



During October, Beta Omicron Gamma 
held its first county fair. The fair consisted 
of game booths and events for all organiza- 
tions and trophies were awarded to the win- 
ners. A Miss County Fair Queen was chosen 
and a County Fair Dance was held to bring 
BOG's Fair to a close. Other events included 
a homecoming party, and a Christmas party. 
Athletically, BOG won the fraternity softball 
league and placed in various Greek tourna- 
ments. 

Beta Omicron Gamma, local fraternity, 
was recognized on Eastern's campus on De- 
cember 5, 1969. 



366 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Paul Sagarese, Gary Hamm, Denny Mullins. Marty 
Jo Payton, Sweetheart; Steve Harbin, President; Mai Kelly. Vice 
President; Keith M. Perry, James C, Womack. SECOND ROW: Ronnie 
Grant, Earl Crouch, Mike Hughes, Mark Smith, Larry Hurd. Secre- 
tary; Paul Badgett, Mike Klopfer, Treasurer; Mike Martello, THIRD 
ROW: Robbie Pendygraft, Guy Hatfield. Bill Bertram. Daryl Eisen- 
menger, Arnold Phillips, Charles A. Owens, Amil Demrow, Danny 
Masden. FOURTH ROW: Art Fields, Ed Myers. Terry Lake, Wade G. 
Jackson. Kevin Young. Steve Vanover, Mark Geison, Steve Hicks. 



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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 367 




BetaTheta Pi Installs AXA 



Alpha Chi Alpha local fraternity, establish- 
ed on Eastern's campus May 5, 1969, became 
a colony of Beta Theta Pi national fraternity. 
August 5. 1970. 

The Beta's began the year by giving a Hal- 
loween Party for the children at the Shriner's 
Hospital in Lexington. The pledges brought 
the children candy, apples, and assorted 



gifts. The brothers also joined with Sigma 
Nu and Chi Omega in collecting canned food, 
clothing, and money, and distributing it in 
packages to over twenty needy families in 
the Richmond area. 

Social activities included a homecoming 
party, a Christmas party, and were ended by 
the spring formal. 



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FRONT ROW: Steve Sloan. President; Jimmy Tackett. Randall 
Starnes, Treasurer; Paul Lanier. Peggy Dodd. Sweetheart: Bill Weth- 
ington, Barry Ratliff. Mike Turner SECOND ROW: Rick Spencer. 
Vice President; Ron Baldwin, Allan Davis. Mike Barker. Gregg 
Skaggs. Clayton Justice, Tom Smith. THIRD ROW Don Elliott. Clint 
Justice, Secretary: Phillip Trzop. Bob Kelley. Harry Roth. Mike Rat- 
liff. Dennis Doggett. BACK ROW: Mike Conway. Lynn Johnson. Randy 
Long, Chip Clark, Ted Hendricks. Mike Campbell 



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FRONT ROW James MacKenzie, Robert Monfort. Jeff Mitchell. 
Charles Anderson. Terrence Grimes. President. Pam Quiggins. 
Sweetheart; John Coyle. Treasurer, Mike Fugate. Roger Schomaker. 
Recording Secretary; Larry Solvey. Corresponding Secretary; and 
Robert Collins SECOND ROW Bill Montgomery. Bill Elam, Pat Mas- 
ters. Steve Rockhold. Dave Bokelman. Allen Bokelman. Joe Pickett. 
Joel Vedelli. Greg Stoner, Ben Hek. Bernard Hrubala. Larry Wyatt. 
and James Blake BACK ROW Dan Argabnght. Dan Smith. Doug Wig- 
field. Steve Kirk. Dave Craven. Gary Hall. Ken Idle. Pryor Phillips. 
Steve Fritsch, Carl Kendall, Vice President; and Tim Argabnght. 



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The high point of this year was the instal- 
lation of the local colony November 14 as 
a chapter of Delta Upsilon International Fra- 
ternity. Also this year, the DU calendar con- 
tained such activities as a swim party, a pin- 
nacle cookout. and the annual Bicycle Race 
in which Greek organizations, campus clubs, 
and faculty members participated. The event 
featured a four-hour marathon in addition to 



a number of individual categories. The 
brothers also co-sponsored a Christmas party 
with Chi Omega sorority for the underprivi- 
ledged children of Richmond. 

Delta Upsilon took first place honors in 
IFC sponsored Greek-Week activities, flag 
football, basketball, and crosscountry track 
competition. First place was also achieved by 
the DU's in the TKE Bowling Tournaments. 



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FRONT ROW. Jerry Belcher. Randy Grimme. Buddy Nunn. Mike Sher- 
ard, Peggy Cotten, K. A. Rose. Rich Stover. Charles Self. Richard 
Potts. Bob Van Arsdall. No 1. SECOND ROW: Greg Warren. Steve 
Aker. Gene Fuqua. Kent Jesse. Larry England. Bill Stoess, Don Wells. 
No 2: Allen Powell. Dave Wilson. No 4: Steve Barnhart BACK ROW: 
Mike Mcintosh. Larry Blackburn. Mark Wilson. Bob Sullivan, Mike 
Hoffman. Rich Wheeler. Barry Pennington. No 3: John Barnett. 
Steve Whittaker, Mike Jones. Ron Clark. 



372 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




KA's Participate In Fund Drives 



This year Kappa Alpha order participated 
in a Muscular Dystrophy drive with Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority on November sixth and 
seventh. Also in November the KA's sold 
tickets for the Varsity-Freshman basketball 
game in which all proceeds went to the chap- 
el fund, as well as increasing their original 
$500 pledge by one hundred dollars. 

The brothers held a Homecoming party 
in October and a Christmas dance in Decem- 
ber. The annual Convivium was held again 



this year on January 19th to celebrate the 
birthday of Robert E. Lee, spiritual 
founder of Kappa Alpha Order. Activity was 
climaxed again this spring by Old South 
Week, started off by a parade, including a 
week of events, the Sharecroppers Ball, and 
highlighted by the Old South Ball. 

Kappa Alpha Order was established in 1865 
and Delta Mu Chapter was installed at East- 
ern on February 15, 1969. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 373 



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Phi Deltas Win Float Competition 



Phi Delta Theta began the year by winning 
the Homecoming float competition. Their 
float was presented in the Homecoming pa- 
rade and Phi Delts were pronounced victo- 
rious during the Homecoming football game. 
Later in the year the brothers joined with 
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority in a canned 
food drive for needy people of Richmond, 
and a Visitation Day was held at Kentucky 
Village to help prevent juvenile delinquency. 



Spring activity was highlighted by the an- 
nual Spring Softball Tournament in which 
fraternities vie against each other for a 
trophy. 

Kentucky Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta 
was installed on Eastern's campus during 
April 25 and 26 or 1969. The national fra- 
ternity was founded at Miami University in 
Oxford. Ohio on December 26, 1848. 



374 ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Dave Staten, Steve Whitehouse, Jim Bronn, Pete Com- 
passi, Larry Kaelm. Rick Neltner SECOND ROW: Marshall Garrett, 
Jim Marcum. Dave Burdine, Nick Haverkos, Pat Geron, Jack Mc- 
Culley. Phil Liles, Joe Akin. THIRD ROW: Mike Miltko. Jim Dennis. 
Dave Kremer. Bob Ridder. John Buchanan. Harry Pratts. Ed 
Mastream. Ed Carnvale, Gary Klenk FOURTH ROW: Herb Jones, 
President: Tom Dellis. Ellis Anderson. Ed Wade. Amos Benjamin. 
Treasurer; Greg Marshall. Secretary; Doug Gephart, Bob Fricker. 
Vice President. BACK ROW: Bob Tucker. Den Blewitt. Larry Robert- 
son. Dan Hemple. Dave Fry, Jim Mathis, Marty Tracy, Steve Roberts. 
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FRONT ROW: Dan Boeh, Treasurer; Mike Niemeyer. Vice President; 
Gittle Chase, Dream Girl; Dann Dickey, President; Ray Sparnon, 
Secretary; Marion Mattingley. SECOND ROW: John Bonn. Rusty 
Lackridge, Bill Barker. Terry Bowman. Rudy Kays, Dan Kaylor, Bob 
Ekle, Marvin Gledhill. Clay Burres. John Meak. Jon Thalman, Rick 
Ruh, Gary Fanning, Greg Rairden, Benjy Kinman, Donnie Watts, Gary 
Greer. Vernon Towne, James McKinney. Mike Bradley. Trent Tale- 
mage, Dave Butler. THIRD ROW Mike Kaylor, James Mynhier. Buck 
Thomas, Clyde Seller, Steve Collins. James Reynolds, Andy Dobbs. 
Walter Mynhier. John Webb, Kenny Long. Owen Clutterbuck, Mike 
Creutzinger. Kenny Potts. Dave Combs. Tom Ahg. Trip Bodley. Gene 
Reynolds. 



376 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



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Pike's Give "Most Valuable" Trophy 



Zeta Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha frater- 
nity was chartered in February, 1969 from 
the local Alpha Kappa Pi, becoming the first 
national fraternity at EKU. This year, Pikes 
also became the first to present a "Most Valu- 
able Player" trophy at the Homecoming foot- 
ball game. This award was given to quarter- 
back Bob Fricker for the 1970 season. 

The brothers offered assistance to new 
freshmen at an information booth, set up 
during orientation week, and they also in- 



vited the underprivileged children of Rich- 
mond to a home basketball game. Social 
activity was highlighted by such annual 
events as the Dream Girl Ball, Parents Day 
Banquet, and Hell's Angel Party. 

In the spring the Pikes held an invitational 
bowling tournament for the fraternities and 
initiated "Pikes Peak Week." A week of games 
and events was climaxed by a Pinnacle climb- 
ing contest with a trophy awarded to the fra- 
ternity or sorority with the most points. 



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Sigma Chi Initiates Derby 



This fall Sigma Chi began Greek activity 
on campus by having their first annual Sigma 
Chi Derby Weekend. Several of the brothers 
acted as coaches for the sororities who com- 
peted for honors in a parade, selection of 
a queen, and other events. The points were 
totaled and Alpha Delta Pi was awarded the 
trophy as this year's winner. Other events 
were a Sweetheart Ball in September, the 
Homecoming weekend in October, and a 
Christmas Ball in December. Social activity 
was climaxed in the Spring by the annual 



Spring Banquet weekend held in Cliffy Falls. 
Indiana. 

A "Watermelon Bust" highlighted the fund 
raising drive for Sigma Chi's national pro- 
ject. Wallace Village, a home for children 
with minimal brain damage. Athletically 
Sigma Chi has been Intramural All-Sports 
Champion for three years. Eta Alpha Chapter 
of Sigma Chi was founded in 1855 at Miami 
University in Oxford, Ohio. Eta Alpha Chap- 
ter of Sigma Chi was initiated on January 
11. 1970. 



378 ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Chuck Comer. George Hope, Jim Meadors. Denver 
Baker. Mike Reed. Edgar Henry FRONT ROW: Billie B Hughes. Bart 
Brown, Gordon Jett. Rick Roach. Consul: Sue Ellen Ouellette. Sweet- 
heart: Stan Chapman. Pro Consul: Al Bowen. Ralph Coldiron. Gary 
Hobbs, Phil Hines, Larry Dado. SECOND ROW: Bob Roberts. Bill Felt- 
ner. Charlie Frazee. Larry Fraley. Steve Sells, Rick Bryant. Larry 
Girten, Queaster: Roger Jones. Chuck Kelhoffer. John Clemments. 
and Ron Davidson BACK ROW: Les Rice. Bob Babbage. Joe Allen 
Dick. Rick Knisle. Skip Labono. Doug Herrick, Barry Cupp. Dwight 
Brown, Steve Lawrence, Kirk Kandle. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 379 



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FRONT ROW: Gary Powell. Ken Sweasy, Brad Blam. Arnie Witt. Rex 
Milburn. Bussy Piatt. Dave Fogt. Dan Shank. SECOND ROW: Rick 
Burns. Jim Bisig. Dave Kessler, Wes Miller, Don Peace, Recorder: 
Rosemary Norfleet, Sweetheart: Jeft Young, Jim Insco. Lt. Com- 
mander: Raymond Carr, Larry Cleveland. Marty Lange. Kenny Wil- 
liams. Eddie Eaton. Larry Conyers. Charlie Griffin, Doug Coontz. 
Charlie Osborne, Rick Drake. Tyler Cox, Jim Smith, Tom Dorroh, 
Bob Whitlock, Carl Dozier, Mike Roe. BACK ROW: Bart Twyman, Mike 
Monacelli, Al Krueger. Duke Baxter, Commander: Gary Campbell, 
Dan Harrell. Gary Sheilds, Hardin Egerton. 



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Sigma Nu's Carry Ball To Western 



To help promote school spirit, the brothers 
of Sigma Nu each rode a bicycle five miles in 
carrying the game ball to Bowling Green. The 
football was presented to Sigma Nu at pep 
rally at Hanger Field where it was then carried 
to Western Kentucky University and pre- 
sented to Coach Kidd. 

Sigma Nu again held an Ugly Man contest 
this fall, in which each fraternity and sorority 
entered their costumed candidates. Another 
annual fall event, the Powder Puff Football 



Game, was held between Kappa Delta Tau 
and Alpha Gamma Delta. Sigma Nu once 
again participated in the annual Hanging 
of the Greens in the Student Union Building 
this Christmas. 

Several civic action projects were held 
including a Christmas party for the under- 
priviledged children of Richmond, aiding 
in the Jaycees' Honey Day, cleaning the court 
house in Richmond and a canned food drive 
for Thanksgiving. 



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This year the brothers took the children 
from Model Laboratory School's Child Devel- 
opment Center to the Band Day parade and 
football game. TKE also worked in the clean- 
ing and redecorating of the Race Street Com- 
munity Center. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon earned the honor or 
ranking third scholastically among Eastern 
fraternities as well as winning the originality 
award in the homecoming float competition 
for the second year in a row. Other activities 
included a Homecoming Tea for alumni and 
parents, the annual Invitational Basketball 
Tournaments, selling candles made by the 
brothers for Christmas, and the annual Aca- 
demic Bowl. Social activity was ended in the 
spring by the Red Carnation Ball, held in 
honor of the chapter sweetheart. 

Mu Beta Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was 
chartered at Eastern on February 15. 1968. 



FRONT ROW: Terry Sullivan, Dale Shupmg. Art Cassil, Gary Bastin, 
David Lmebaugh, Ronald Seiter. Rice Lear. David Lloyd. Vice Presi- 
dent; Steve Ives SECOND ROW Donald Pelly, Matthew Barsotti, 
John Scarborough. Hollis Searcy. Alfred Cornacchio. Larry Breiten- 
stein, Randy Randolph, Anthony Newsome, John Barkau, Mr Jay 
Riggs. Sponsor: Miss Daryl Poynter, Sweetheart: Rick Stout, Thomas 
Schultz. William Jenkins. Carl Adin, Ishmael Purcell. Terry L. Shull, 
Thomas Ramey, President: Steven Gold. Secretary, 



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Theta Chi Holds 
Golf Tournament 

Theta Chi began the year with various ser- 
vice projects. In one day the pledges collected 
eighty-one dollars in a Cystic Fibrosis tund 
drive. The fraternity also collected over one 
hundred dollars for the Marshall Fund. 

The brothers also held their first annual 
golf tournament in the spring, with fratern- 
ities competing for trophies. The Theta Chi's 
also sponsored a dance in November, and an 
Exiles dance in January. 

Social activity was highlighted by a Home- 
coming party held at the Landsdowne Coun- 
try Club in Lexington, the annual Christmas 
party and the Spring Formal in May. 

Eastern's Theta Chi Colony was estab- 
lished on February 4, 1969. 

FRONT ROW Bob Kutchback. Phil Hicks. Wayne Bailey. Greg Bruns- 
man. Link Dorroh, James Freeman. Marta Perry. Dream Girl, Pat 
Martin. Terry Trimble. Pete Olivien, Len Holland, Mike Welch, SEC- 
OND ROW: Glen Hendrix, Tim Coen. George Hanrahan. Bill Long, Bill 
Allen THIRD ROW: Durwood Russell. Tom Chaney. Hubbard Moore. 
John Carroll, Treasurer: Les Grigsby, President, John Warrington. 
Secretary: Bob Iglehart. Vice-President: Jim Moore, Tom Mann. Bert 
Sisk. George Miller. John Doggendorf 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEK 385 




Delta Sigma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi 
was installed at Eastern May 8. 1970 from 
Omega Phi Psi local fraternity. The Omegas 
held a Christmas party for the underprivi- 
ledged children of the Richmond area. The 
brothers gave gifts and candy to the chil- 



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dren who otherwise would not have had a 
Christmas, and also tried to provide the true 
Christmas spirit and meaning. The Omegas 
also sponsored a dance the night before the 
homecoming football game. 



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dent; Phillip Brown, Secretary: Charles Marshall, Marvin Morton. 
Rodney Dunn, Treasurer; Jimmie Welch, Vice President; George 
Jackson, Larry Connors, James Overall, Charles London, 



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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 387 



Panhellenic Council Installs Open Bidding 




FRONT ROW: Barb Schieman. Debbie Manion. Faith Scott, and Ellen 
Simpson BACK ROW: Pat Hodge, Natalie Cook. Diane Minor. Deb- 
bie Cupp, Daryl Poynter. and Elaine Mack. 



I.F.C. Tries A Semester Of Open Rush 




FRONT ROW: Robert Iglehart, David Wibbels, Ron Baldwin, Allen 
Davis, Jimmy Tackett. Russell Behanan. Jim Bronn, and Paul Saga- 
rese. SECOND ROW Wayne Bailey, Phil Hicks, Stephen Aker, Harry 
Prats, John Webb, Tyler Cox. Guy Hatfield, and James Insco. THIRD 
ROW: Jimmie Welch, Marshall Garrett. Robert VanArsdall, Ron Stone, 



D. Thomas Ramey, Robert Ekle, Michael Niemeyer, Steve Sloan, and 
Herb Jones BACK ROW: Stephen Harbin, Dave Craven. Doug Wig- 
field, Stephen Kirk, Douglas Daugherty. Duke Baxter. Trip Bodley, 
Stephen Whitaker. and Robert Tarvin. 



388 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



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FRONT ROW: Nancy House. Linda Hawksworth. Sharon Ward, Gail 
Garner, Linda S Swango SECOND ROW: Mary Margaret Newsome, 
Krisand Kunst. Marti Richeson. Nancy May, Pam Nicko. Alice Mont- 

Wesley Foundation 
Sponsors Classes 

Established on Eastern's campus for 
the purpose of maintaining a Metho- 
dist ministry to the total campus 
community, the Wesley Foundation 
attempted to provide a well-balanced 
program. As a group they utilized rec- 
reational facilities for get togethers 
on Friday and Saturday nights, fellow- 
ship opportunities both social and 
spiritual, and educational growth by 
the promotion of academic standards. 
Wesley Foundation held college classes 
in religion at their center, weekly din- 
ners with special interest programs, 
Wednesday Fellowship Hour, and a 
married couples fellowship. 



gomery. Angel Richeson. THIRD ROW: David Swango. Ric Schopke. 
Bill Brown. Craig Kartje, Clinton Jones. Danise Conley. BACK ROW: 
Jim Reid, Debbie Jenkins. Lynne Geer. Gene Strange. David Puckett. 




Members relax at a weekly social hour. 



390 ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 




Baptist Students 
Form Choir 

Members of the Baptist Student 
Union joined together as a choir this 
year. As a group they toured various 
Kentucky Baptist churches presenting 
their program, "Tell it Like it Is". In 
April the choir sang a variety of selec- 
tions at the Richmond First Baptist 
Church. 

BSU met twice-a-week for vespers 
followed by a question-and-answer 
session covering any subject. Mem- 
bers attended different mission con- 
ferences and sponsored a weekly spe- 
cial Baptist Young Women group. 
Every Friday night a coffeehouse was 
held at the center for all students. 



Angela Binder and Marlene Robinson practice with fellow 
members at their weekly choir practice tor a performance 
of "Tell it Like it Is". 




FRONT ROW: Douglas Sjolander. Bonnie Aboud, Linda Madden. Donna 
Horn. Diane Hill. Marlene Robison, Nancy Tassie, and Norma Clem- 
mons. SECOND ROW: Vicki Morgan. Marilyn Jaegen. Linda Prewitt. 
Virginia Jackson, Shirley Cobb. Libby Ambrose. Carolyn Boggess, 
Vicki Martin, and Gary Palmer. THIRD ROW: Monty Carney. Vicki 



Bugg, Angela Bender, Brenda Wise, Susan Wilson. Patty Reed. Jeanne 
Cooper. Chrysteen Grazlani. and Judy Angel BACK ROW: Pat Mitchell, 
Darrell Hovious, Larry Hurt, James Vaughan. Jim Austin. DwightGns- 
som. Linden Kirby. William Wyatt. and Jenny Hardin. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 391 




FRONT ROW: Richard Lownstem, Carl Morain. Bob Webler. Ben Hub- 
bard. Joe Washington. BACK ROW: Ron House. Paul Hampton. Edward 
King Jr.. Donald Saldsbury. Lekand Stwart. 



FCA Sponsors Area Youth Rally 



Highlighting the year for the 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
was an Eastern-Richmond 
Youth Rally with different de- 
nominational ministers and 
special guests from all over the 
nation. During the year mem- 
bers took underprivileged chil- 
dren to basketball games and 
then to the Methodist Student 
Center for devotionals. The ath- 
letes were ushers for "Hanging 
of the Greens" during Decem- 
ber. Later they sponsored a 
"Sports Day" for surrounding 
school children in conjunction 
with E-Club. This past year the 
group sent delegates to work 
closely with the Richmond 
Ministerial Society in coordinat- 
ing themes and objectives for 
their activities. 




President Edward King discusses possibilities of guests and tentative plans for the up- 
coming April Youth Rally with committee members. 



392 ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 




Stephen Stice adds the tenor voice to Rita Dull and Becky Unger's soprano. 



Westminster Members Serve Community 




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FRONT ROW: Patricia Patterson. Barbara Cartwright. Becky Unger, Gil Shew. Rita Dull. 
Mary Ann Powers. Cheryl Miller, Marty Jordan, and Debbie Bellairs. BACK ROW: Margaret 
Ruder, Wayne R. Patterson. Stephen Stice. E. E. Moretz. Mike Wesley, Dave Darst. Randy 
Shew. Nancy McConnell, and Eileen Nugent. 



Westminster Fellowship, an 
organization for college stu- 
dents of the First Presbyterian 
Church, goal was to unite the 
campus with Richmond. On 
Sunday evenings the group had 
dinner at the church, followed 
by a program with speakers. 

Other activities included a 
traditional Thanksgiving dinner 
for campus foreign students, 
fall and spring retreats, Christ- 
mas caroling party, tutoring 
with GROWTH, and a "Happy 
Spring" picnic for the orphan- 
age. 

Members were encouraged to 
take an active part in church 
life by singing in the choir, serv- 
ing on committees, and prepar- 
ing worship services. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 393 



CSF Attends 
Two Conventions 



Operating as a non-denominational 
organization, the Christian Student 
Fellowship attempted to promote fel- 
lowship in the community and to ful- 
fill the spiritual needs of students on 
Eastern's campus. This year the CSF 
attended two Christian conventions, 
visited various churches, and held a 
fellowship party on campus to stimu- 
late interest in the group. Members 
hosted a Thanksgiving supper for the 
University of Kentucky chapter at the 
Mulebarn. 




CSF members hold weekly open panel discussions where all voice feelings on 
religion, news, or any desired topic. 




FRONT ROW: Bob Turpin. Staff Advisor. Adella Drum. Karen Latimer. Debbie 
Prichett, and Gary Nelson BACK ROW: Eileen Mounts. Walter Mayer. Joe 
Whitaker. Campus Minister, Kerry Prather.Judy McClanahan, Cathy Shelhart. 



394 ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 




Father Ketteler offers the club's weekly Monday night Mass at the Newman Club Center. 



Newman Club Acquires Student Center 




FRONT ROW: Father Ketteler. Ernesto Scorsone. Ruth Carruba. Kay Roy. Joyce Seller. Mary 
Jacina. Linda Rolfes. Jodye Rogers, and Tom Brutscher. SECOND ROW: Ann Tritschler. 
Adrienne Helen Lennart, Margie Jackson, Sharleen Ripperdan. Marcia Verville. Velma 
Tomassetti. and Cindy Russell. BACK ROW: Stephanie Schloemer. Kathleen Creger. Carol 
Roussos. Don Dickson, Donna Sergeant. Jessie Reiss. Peggy Wires. Carol Hornsby. and Ken 
Hoffman 



Highlight of the year for the 
Newman Club was the acquisi- 
tion of their house on Oak 
Street. Much time and effort 
was spent preparing this house 
for use for meetings and a 
weekly Mass. 

Newman Club sought to im- 
plant religion in students' lives 
through active participation in 
Folk Masses and sponsoring a 
coffee and roll hour after the 
Mass. The group held their an- 
nual Mardi Gras dance and 
springtime camping trip. This 
year the members sold student 
discount cards; the proceeds 
were given to local charities. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 395 




Reverend Charles Blakemore of the First Christian Church, as Rich- 
mond's other ministers, is always ready to talk to students and wel- 
come them at services. 



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Above: Staff members Cheryl Jones, Cindi Dorman. Robert 
Ruh. Howard Thompson and Robert Pollock review submitted 
manuscripts with adviser Dr. William Sutton during a staff 
meeting and (right) co-editor Robert Pollock ponders the 
prose articles- 



AURORA Honored 
By Commission 

The Kentucky Arts Commission Award 
for the College Division went to Eastern's 
literary magazine. AURORA, for the qual- 
ity of its material. The award consisted 
of a cash prize, fifty dollars of which was 
awarded to students with articles fea- 
tured in the 1971 AURORA. 

The AURORA is published with the pur- 
pose of givingtalented students a chance 
to write for publication, and to provide 
for the student body and faculty an ex- 
ample of what is being done on campus 
in the vein of creative endeavors in the 
form of poems and short stories. Final 
selections for the magazine were made 
by the editors, although the staff worked 
closely with faculty advisers, who read 
and commented on the submitted manu- 
scripts. 




398 ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




Above: Sonja Foley. Editor-in-Chief, checks last 
minute details as she makes the Wednesday 
night treck to Shelbyville. Left: In Shelbyville. 
Business Manager Mike Park, works on paste-up 
for the Thursday edition. 



Progress Regroups 
A Young Staff 

Successor to two consecutive All-American 
ratings, THE EASTERN PROGRESS attempted 
to continue the pace set by the previous edi- 
tors although lacking the experience and 
depth which characterized the preceding 
statts. 

Hit hard by graduation, the 1970-71 
PROGRESS editorial staft included but one 
senior. Sonja Foley, a Columbia junior, as- 
sumed the guidance of the inexperienced 
underclassmen. Junior Mike Park, the only 
seasoned veteran, finished his third year as 
business manager while Julia Williams, also 
a junior, moved up to news editor. 

In addition to the normal yearly activities, 
major features in the '70-71 PROGRESS in- 
cluded "On The Arts" column by Ken Green, 
a campaign to help complete the Meditation 
Chapel drive, and a special supplement, 
"Toward a Vision," President Martin's 10- 
year report which highlighted Eastern's 
growth over the past decade. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 399 




Above: Jim Ross. Paula Goodin. Sharon Fields and organizations editor Diana 
Coleman discuss the distribution ot items on the PROGRESS' inside news 
pages. Right: Jack Frost, sports editor, ponders the plans for a week's sports 
coverage. Below: Arts editor Ken Green contemplates a recent concert before 
writing his weekly critical column. 





400 ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 



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Editor Sonja Foley gives assignments to staff members: Diane Pol- 
lei. Brenda Ross. Pat Abell, Ronda Grueninger. Ray Walker. Frank 
Ulery and Mike Sullivan. 




Left: Julia Williams, news editor, works at the paste-up board as 
another issue is readied for the presses Above: Planning a PROG- 
RESS campaign are Bonnie Gray. Jim House. Stuart Reagan and 
Robert Babbage. academics editor. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 401 



Photographers 
Strive For Quality 

A great amount ot skill and patience 
was required to take and process the 
thousands ot pictures required to effec- 
tively capture Eastern's many moods 
and activities for the 1971 MILESTONE. 
In a concerted drive for quality, the work 
is multiplied, for it is sometimes neces- 
sary to take a half dozen or more shots 
to get the right one for publication. 

Directing Eastern's photographic ac- 
tivities, which also includes providing 
pictures for official University news and 
publication purposes and for the EAST- 
ERN PROGRESS, was Mr. Schley Cox, 
University Photographer. Mr. Cox was 
aided by four student assistants, who 
voluntarily covered a variety of assign- 
ments which ranged from the formal 
posed pictures to candid shots of daily 
campus activity. 

Right: Marianne Rose Below: Larry Bailey. 





402 ORGANIZATIONS PHOTOGRAPHERS 




Left: Schley Cox. UNIVERSITY PHOTOGRAPHER 




Above: Dennis Scarbrough Left: Patsy Gross 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 403 



Milestone Reaps 
Ail-American 



The 1971 MILESTONE staff, 
following last year's All-American 
volume, sought to develop a 
theme of "commitment" while 
continuing a tradition of excel- 
lence established by previous 
editors. 

The All-Amencan certificate 
awarded the 1970 MILESTONE was 
the fourth time in five years that 
the Associated Collegiate Press 
had bestowed its top award on the 
EKU yearbook. 

Expansion of the student life 
and academic sections resulted 
in a larger MILESTONE aimed at 
even more comprehensive cover- 
age this year. Among the most 
noticeable bonuses added to the 
1971 edition was a silk bookmark, 
intended to facilitate reader refer- 
ence. Another improvement was 
the adoption of a higher grade of 
enamel paper stock to enhance 
reproduction of both color and 
black and white photographs. 

Printing the MILESTONE for the 
first time was the Delmar Pub- 
lishing Company, Charlotte, North 
Carolina, best of ten competitive 
bidders. 



Top: Robert Whitlock. Editor-in-Chief, crops color 
transparencies using a light table Right: Conduct- 
ing a business operation over the phone is MILE- 
STONE business manager James Pleasant. 




404 ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 








Above Left: Paula McCann. managing 
editor, requisitions photographs tor use 
in the MILESTONE Above: Underclass 
editor. Sue Mantel works proofing her 
section before it goes to press. Roxanne 
Heekin (left) contemplates the organiza- 
tion of her academics section. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 405 




Above: Bill Sawyer, editorial assistant, draws mental images of lay- 
outs as he thoughtfully scans photographic proof sheets. Top Right: 
Susie Boston, seniors co-editor, pitches in on the organizations sec- 
tion following her own early deadline. Right: Bonnie Rogers, organi- 
zations editor, tries to establish an informal atmosphere during an 
outdoor photo session 



/ / I • 



406 ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




Staff members Kathy Covelle, Connie Ball, Karen Shelton. Joyce Al- Brenda Wood do what they've been asking others to do all year 

bro. Sharleen Ripperdan. Debbie Raistnck, Nancy Brochames and pose for the camera. 





Left: Judy Stiebel. honors editor, reads photo dimensions on the 
scale-o-graph. Above: Linda Mittel. index editor, studies layout 
ideas in Billy Bongo's All-Amencan 70 MILESTONE. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 407 




OT' 





SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRONT ROW Steve Stice. Reporter; 
Sharon McGee. Student Senate; Marjone Pliant. Vice-President. 



Robert Blythe. President BACK ROW; Ellen Simpson. Secretary; 
Ronnie Hampton, Treasurer; Sharon Bryant. Student Senate. 



Seniors Elect Blythe; Plan For Futures 



EKU's Class of 1971 began its final year with 
the election of Robert Blythe, Richmond math 
major, as class president. One of the class's 
other major activities was the Mr. and Miss 
Popularity race conducted early in the second 
semester. 

The year saw most of the class making prep- 
aration for the immediate future. Student 
teaching, interviews in the placement office, 
and the filing of applications for graduate 
school occupied seniors' time during the year. 



410 SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS 




REVELLA ANN ABERCRUMBIE. Danville 

A.B. Social Work 
BEVERLY ANN ACHZEHNER. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JULIE ADAMS, Princeton. Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
D. DIANE ADDINGTON, Ehzabethtown 

B.S. Home Economics 

CARL H. ADIN. JR.. Xenia. Ohio 

A.B. Business Education 
JERRY DENTON ALEXANDER. Somerset 

A.B. Geography and History 
WILLIAM MICHAEL ALEXANDER. Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science Area 
DEBORAH ANN ALLEN. Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 

JAMES DOUGLAS ALLEN. Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
VERA LEE ALLEN, Raceland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT THOMAS ALLISON. Lexington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MICHAEL FRANK AMBURGEY. Mt. Sterling 

B.B.A. General Business 

CHARLES EDWIN ANDERSON. Elkhorn City 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GEORGE ALFRED ANDERSON. Maysville 

B.S. Pre-Dentistry 
RAYMOND FRANKLIN ANDERSON. Berea 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM K ANDERSON, Albion. New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JUDY ELLEN ANGEL. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
NED ALAN ARDINGER, Wilhamsport. Md. 

B.S. Psychology 
NANCY SUE ARMSTRONG. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ALVA L. ARTHUR. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 

ROY PATRICK ASHCRAFT. Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Management 
LOUISE ASHER, Hyden 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KENNETH C. ASHLEY, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
EDWARD CHARLES ASPATORE, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 

ROBERT EUGENE AUSTIN. South Portsmouth 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ROBERT FAUBEL AVERITT. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LILLIAN S. BABB. Corbin 

A.B. English 
JERRY ANN BABER, Pans 

A.B. English 



SENIORS ABE-BAB 411 



PAUL R. BADGETT. Ashland 

B.S. Agriculture 
GLENNA ARVIN BAGWELL. Lebanon 

A.B. History and Social Science 
LARRY W BAILEY. Winchester 

A.B. History and Social Science 
PATSY ANN BAIRD. Middletown. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DAVID L BAKER. Marengo. Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
EDSEL RAY BAKER. Lexington 

B.S. Medical Technology 
RONNIE LYNN BALDWIN. Covington 

B.S. Law Entorcement 
ROBERT H. BALLARD. Lancaster 

B.B.A. Business Administration 

JOHN ANTHONY BARKAU. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
WILLIAM PRESTON BARKER. Brandenburg 

B.S Industrial Technology 
MICHAEL M. BARNARD, Louisville 

B ME Music Education 
KAY LYNN BARNES. Lynch 

B.S. Home Economics 

WALTER LOWERY BARNES. JR.. Paducah 

B.B.A. Accounting 
LARRY JOHN BARNHARDT. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MATTHEW F. BARSOTTI, Ellwood. Pa. 

B.S Industrial Education 
DONALD RAY BATTLES. Stanton 

A.B History and Social Science Area 

HOWARD EUGENE BATTLES. Stanton 

A.B. Political Science 
JAMES WILLIAM BATTS. Cattletsburg 

A.B Social Work and B.S. Psychology 
JANE COOKE BAUER. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRUCE EDWARD BAUMAN. Sarasota. Florida 

B.S. Physical Education and Biology 

RUDOLPH WILHELM BECK. Surinam. S.A. 

A.B. German 
HELEN MARIE BEGLEY. Mason. Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology 
RALPH DAVID BEGLEY. Paint Lick 

B.S. Agriculture 
RUSSELL WAYNE BEHANAN. Ghent 

A.B. History and Social Science 

JANICE LEWIS BELCHER. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES PATRICK BENDS. Georgetown. Ohio 

A.B. History 
JOHN ALLEN BENTLEY. Albion. New York 

B.S. Agriculture 
JEAN KATHRYN BERTRAND. Feds Creek 

B.S. Mathematics 




412 SENIORS BAD-BER 



Seniors Arrive Heavily Laden For Final Year 




AMY MAY BICKETT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ANN ELIZABETH BIERMANN. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A. B. Social Work 
EARL WAYNE BINDER. London 

B.B.A. Management 
JAMES E. BINGHAM. Corbm 

A.B. Geography 

BARBARA LYNN BLACK, LaGrange 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BEVERLY GAIL BLACK, West Liberty 

B.S. School Health 
RONALD LLOYD BLACK, Silver Grove 

A.B. History and Social Science 
CHARLES EDWARD BLAIR, Winchester 

A.B. Speech 




The accelerated academic calendar brings the seniors back to campus a 
month earlier, but fatherly help remains regardless of the schedule. 



SENIORS-BIC-BLA 413 



Lines Persist; But Registration Is Smooth 



KAREN LYNN BLAKE. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
IRA LEE BLAKEMAN. Lawrenceburg 

A.B. Sociology 
RONALD FRANKLIN BLEDSOE, Erlanger 

B.B.A. Marketing 
FLOYD RAY BLEVINS. Monticello 

B.M.E. Music 

LLOYD KAY BLEVINS. Monticello 

B.M.E Music 
HARRY A. BLUE. Louisville 

B.B.A. Personnel Management 
ROBERT RICHARD BLYTHE, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 
RONNIE DOUGLAS BOAZ. Paris 

B.B.A. Management 

DAN E. BOEH. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 
GUIDO BOGGIO. Hasbrouck Heights. N.J. 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JOEW. BOONE. Springfield 

B.S. Agriculture 
SUSAN KAY BOONE. Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 




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Three years of registration experience have prepared this senior for filling 
out schedule cards under almost any circumstances. 



414 SENIORS BLA-BOO 




JUDY CAROL BORDERS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN ANDREW BORIN. Norwood. Ohio 

A.B. History 
TIMOTHY JAMES BOSSE, Ft- Thomas 

B-B.A. Management 
VELINDASUE BOSTON, Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 

DARRELL L. BOWEN. Malone, New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARTHAC. BOWEN, Malone. New York 

A.B. Social Work 
BRIAN LEE BOWLES. Hazard 

B.S. Agriculture 
LYNN ANNE BOWLING. Brookville. Indiana 

A.B. Library Science and History 

SHIRLEY ANN BOWMAN. Booneville 

A.B. Library Science and English 
TERRY WESLEY BOWMAN. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RONALD DAVID BOYD. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
IRIS ELAINE BOYLE. Moreland 

B.S. Mathematics 

PHYLLIS H. BRADT. Jenkins 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONAGENE BRANHAM. Pamtsville 

B.S. Public Health 
BRENDA DALE BRASHEAR. Viper 

A.B. Social Work 
NORA D. BRASHEAR, Corbin 

A.B. Sociology 

SHERRY BRASHEAR. Masons Creek 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
KATHRYN LVELLA BRASWELL. Ashland 

A.B. English 
LARRY DOUGLAS BREITENSTEIN. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
JAMES D. BRELAND. Lexington 

B.S. Psychology 

DANIEL JOHN BRENNAN. JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
FREDERICK G. BRENNAN. Miami. Florida 

B.B.A. Management 
JAMES F. BRITE. Hardmsburg 

A.B. Law Enforcement 
GARY WAYNE BRITTAIN. Frankfort 

A.B. Political Science 

PATRICIA M. BROADDUS. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SUSAN MORGAN BROCK. Mt. Sterling 

A.B. Social Studies Area 
KAREN LEE BROERING. Cold Spring 

A.B. Spanish and French 
JOHNNY LEROY BROGDON. JR., Hopewell, Va. 

B.S. Electronics 



SENIORS/BOR-BRO 415 



JAMES R. BROWN. Anchorage 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
PATRICIA ANN BROOKS. Cynthiana 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ROBERT LEE BROOKS. Danville 

A.B. History 
BARTLEY R. BROWN. Hebron 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

CATHY SUE BROWN. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HELEN IRENE BROWN. Portsmouth. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JIMMY R BROWN. Whitesburg 

A.B. Political Science 
JOHNW BROWN. Whitesburg 

A.B History 

LARRY ALLEN BROWN. Ft Thomas 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PAULA. BROWN. Albany 

B.S Agriculture 
ROBERT THOMAS BROWN. Burgm 

B.S. Agriculture 
RONALD JAY BROWN. Pikeville 

B.B.A. Finance 

WILLIAM CLARK BROWN. Camden. Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 
BRADY BRUMMETT. London 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JAMES D BRYANT. Anchorage 

B.S. Agriculture 
ROBERT CHARLES BRYANT. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

TERRI ANN BRYSON. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID ROY BUBEL. Rochester. New York 

B.S Law Enforcement 
JANET LYNNE BUCHANAN. Vevay. Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN LYNN BUCHANAN. Lebanon. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 

DAVID BRUCE BUGG. Danville 

B.S. Biology 
BARBARA A. BUNCH. Lebanon Junction 

A.B. French and Spanish 
LARRY GENE BURKE. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
SHERRY LYNN BURKE. Lexington 

B.S Elementary Education 

CLARICE JEAN BURTON. Columbia 

B.S. Dietetics 
LERRAINE BURTON. Mary 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROSANNE BUTCHER. Stanford 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA JEAN BUTLER. Hopewell, Virginia 

B.S. Elementary Education 




416 SENIORS BRO-BUT 



Bookstore Stockpile Greets Seniors 




Even seniors require the assistance of bookstore workers to find the 
right books from among the mountains of volumes. 



SENIORS 417 



Keith Hall Becomes A Women's Dorm 



WILLIAM DAVID BUTLER. Troy. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
LELANI BUTLER. Cynthiana 

A.B. Speech 
NANCY LYNNE BUTTERS. Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 
BRENDA ANN CAIN. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JOSEPH JEROME CALIMERI. Corning. New York 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PAUL N. CALKINS. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 
DEBORAH JEANNECAMPBELL. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
EDDIE NORRIS CAMPBELL, Rowdy 

B.S. Elementary Education 




A change in the boy-girl ratio necessitates the conversion of Keith Hall into 
a women's dorm . . but apparently some people have their doubts. 



418 SENIORS BUT-CAM 




W. MICHAEL CAMPBELL. Harrison. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ROBERT JOECANTRELL. Chelsea. Michigan 

B.B.A. Marketing 
GERALD WADE CARMAN. Lexington 

A.B. Geography 
KENNETH R. CARMICHAEL. Dayton. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 

CHRISTINE MARGARET CARNES. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVIDMILTON CARPENTER. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
PATRICIA LYNN CARPENTER, Sulphur 

B.S. Home Economics 
DAVID PATRICK CARR. Independence 

A.B. History 

GLORIA TODD CARR. Clay City 

B.S. Business Education 
JOHN WILLIAM CARROLL. Ashland 

B.B.A. Management 
DIANA JANECARTER. Louisville 

B.M.E. Music 
ROSEANNA LEE CARTER. Raceland 

B.B.A. Office Administration 

ROGER WM. CASADA. South Amherst. Ohio 

A.B. History 
JACQUELINE S. CASEY. Jackson 

A.B. English 
SANDRA K. CASTEGNARO. Hardburly 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARION JUNE CAYWOOD. Crestwood 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DURWARD R. CENTER. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JIMMIECHADWELL. London 

B.S. Mathematics 
DAVID WESLEY CHAFFIN. Pikeville 

B.S. Vocational Technology Education 
LINDACHAMBERLAIN. North Middletown 

B.S. Home Economics 

BARBARA LOU CHANDLER. Manchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY CHANEY. Jackson 

A.B. English 
JAY HOWARD CHANLEY. Miami. Florida 

B.S. Recreation 
MICHAELTHOMAS CHAPMAN, Louisville 

A.B. History 

STANLEY WAYNECHAPMAN, Louisville 

A.B. History 
JOANNCHARMOLI. Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 
C. GITTEL CHASE, Richmond 

A.B. Art 
ANDREA L. CHERNE. Middletown. New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS CAM-CHE 419 



LINDA LEE CHESSER. Louisville 

B.S Elementary Education 
RICHARD D. CHILDERS. Waco 

A.B. History 
MARYELLEN CLARE. Metuchen. New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHIPCLARK, Monterey 

B.B.A. General Business 

DAVID H CLARK. Jenkins 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ELIZABETH ANN CLARK. Pmeville 

B.S. Business Education 
HAROLD ROBERT CLARK. Booneville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOHN ROBERT CLARK. JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 

NORAL. CLARK. Martin 

B.S. Psychology 
STEVEN WAYNE CLARK, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
YVONNE E.CLAY. Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
NOEL D. CLAYTON. Jamestown 

B.S. Horticulture 

EARL DEAN CLEMONS. Hazard 

B.S. History and Social Science 
ELIZABETH ANN CLEMONS. Bulan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH LEIGH CLINE. Winchester 

B.S. Dietetics 
CHRISTY KAY COATE. Ceh na. Ohio 

B.S Elementary Education 

WILLIAM DANIEL COBLENTZ. Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
WILLIAM G.COBLIN, JR. 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
RICHARD D.COHELIA. Evarts 

B.S. Psychology 
GLORIA WATERS COLEMAN. Lebanon Junction 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARTHA JANE COLEMAN. Cleves. Ohio 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
KATHLEEN ANN COLLINS. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Biology 
STEVEN WAYNE COLLINS. Valley Station 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JUDITH ANNCOLVIN. Ludlow 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JERALD F. COMBS. Whitesburg 

B.S. Pre-Medical Services 
KATHRYN J.K. COMBS, West Union, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
PATRICIA GLEICH COMBS. Lancaster 

A.B. English 
SANDRA J. COMMONS, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education and Office Administration 




420 SENIORS'CHE-COM 



New Begley Building Welcomes Crowds 




LARRY FRANKLIN COMPTON, Virgie 

B.S. Mathematics 
MARY HELEN COMPTON, Pikeville 

B.S. Home Economics 
AL C. CONNOLLEY. Montrose. New York 

B.S. and A.B. Sociology and Law Enforcement 
KATHRYN J. CONRAD. Falmouth 

B.S. Home Economics 

SCOTTYE HELTON CONTE. Ezel 

B.S. Home Economics 
DEBORAH BROWN CONWAY. Georgetown 

A.B. Art 
JEANNE LEE COOPER. Eubank 

A.B. History and Social Science 
JOHN T.CORDIER. Stanford 

B.B.A. Business Management 




Part of the Begley Building dedication crowd helps cheer the Colonels 
to a 10-6 victory over East Tennessee. 



SENIORS/COM-COR 421 



Richmond Welcomes Eastern Students 



JOHN H. CORLIS. Brooksville 

B.S. Physical Education 
ALFRED MICHAEL CORNACCHIO. JR 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JEANNETTE GAIL CORNETT, Mershons 

B.S. Physical Education 
LINDA E.B. CORNETT. Manchester 

B.S. Home Economics 

REBECCA JANE CORNETT. Skyline 

B.S. Home Economics 
LINDA KATHRYN COSBY, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETTY CAROLYN COX. Lexington 

A.B. History and Social Science 
CHARLES JR. COX. Irvine 

A.B. Art 

CRAIG COX. Campbellsville 

A.B. Political Science 
JACQUELIN M. COX. Campton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES MADISON COX. Irvine 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LINDASUECOX. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 



New Merrick. N.Y 




Kappa Delta (above) and Kappa Phi Delta (opposite) help to make Stu- 
dent Appreciation Week a success by participating in a window paint- 
ing contest sponsored by the Richmond merchants. 



422 SENIORS/COR-COX 




NORMAN ROBERT COX. Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
JANES. COY. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARLENECRABB. Windsor 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CARLOS HENDRIXCRACRAFT. North Middletown 

B.B.A. Management 

JOHN NEALCRAFT, Richmond 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MARTHA MCLOCKLIN CRAFT. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES CLEAVER CRAWFORD. Lebanon 

A.B. English 
DEBORAH ELLEN CREED, Russell 

A.B. Social Work 

WANDA JANICECREED. Louisville 

A.B. History 
MICHAEL EARLCREUTZINGER. Ludlow 

B.S. Physical Education 
BRENDA FAYE CREWS. Lebanon 

B.S. Mathematics 
SANDRA KAY CRIGLER, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




SENIORS/COX-CRI 423 



30NNIECRISP. Martin 

B.S. Psychology and Philosophy 
GLENN CRITTENDON. Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM RHODES CROSSFIELD. Paris 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
HAZEL ELAINECROUCH. Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SHERRILL KAYE CROUCH ER. Jeremiah 

B.B.A. Marketing 
MICHAEL R. CULLEN. Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JACKSON LYNN CUMMINS. Independence 

B.S. Biology 
PHILIPCUMMINS. Georgetown 

B.S Public Health 

BERRY MARTIN CUPP. London 

B.B.A. Business 
LARRY L CURRY. Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
BARBARA E. CURTIS. Cynthiana 

B.S Elementary Education 
LARRY JOE DADO. Freeburn 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

RONALD DEAN DAMRON. Virgie 

A.B. Social Science 
DOUGLAS B. DAUGHERTY. Fort Mitchell 

B.B.A. Marketing 
PATRICIA JOYCE DAVIDSON. Deputy. Indiana 

B.S. Business Education 
BENNY JOE DAVIS. Greensburg 

B.S. Agriculture 

LARRY OREN DAVIS. Independence 

A.B. History 
REBECCA NEAL DAVIS. Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
PAUL CHARLES DAVY. Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administration Management 
JOHN B. DAWALT. Dry Ridge 

B.S. Agriculture 

JAMES LARRY DAY. Big Creek 

B.S. Physical Education 
GRACIELA E. DEL AMO. Havana. Cuba 

A.B. Spanish and Music 
GARYDELANEY. Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JANISCARROL DELANEY. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

HAROLD MARION DENHAM. Danville 

B.B.A. Finance 
JAMES EDWARD DENNIS. Stanton 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PAULR. DIERSING. Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
PEGGY MARIE DODD. Dayton 

B.S. Biology 




424 SENIORS CRI-DOD 



As Always, Traffic Is A Problem 





The wide open spaces surrounding this "bug" provide a contrast to the usual 
traffic situation on campus. The addition of several traffic lights did much to 
aid the problem during the year 



SENIORS 425 



JOHN NICHOLAS DOGGENDORF. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. History 
RONNIE KELLY DOLEN. Monticello 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
NEAL POWELL DONALDSON. Richmond 

A.B. Art 
CYNTHIA RAE DORMAN, Covington 

A.B. English 

THOMAS LEWIS DORROH. Hopkinsville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DALEM. DOTSON. Pikeville 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
MICHAEL G. DOTSON. Carlisle 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SUZANNE PARKER DOTSON. Sharpsburg 

B.S. Biology 

BEVERLY A. DOTY. Paint Lick 

A.B. Social Work 
FRED WILLIAM DOWLING. Hoosick Falls. N.Y. 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN WILLIAM DOWNS. JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
CARL MICHAEL DOZIER. Chesapeake. Virginia 

A.B. History and Social Science 

DOUGLAS GLENN DRAPER. Dayton 

B.S. Chemistry 
KATHRYN LEE DREES. Van Wert. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GLEN R. DREISBACH. Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
MICHAEL BRUCE DRUMMOND. Wilmington. Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 

LARRY A. DUNCAN. Jeffersontown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL LEE DUNCAN. Warsaw 

B.S. Industrial Education 
SHIRLEY DUNHAM. Milfred. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
CHARLOTTE MARSHALL DUNN. Burgm 

B.S. Medical Technician 

REX DUNN. Burgm 

B.S. Physics 
JUDY KAYE DWELLY. Mayslick 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHON RAE EADS. Detroit. Michigan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RODNEY G. EADS.Corbm 

B.B.A. Business Administration 

SUER. EAGER. Harlan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARGARET ANN ECKERT. Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONALD WAYNE EDEN. Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT. Corbm 

B.S. Home Economics 




426 SENIORS DOG-ELL 



Football Provides Thrills, 2nd Place Finish 




SUSAN CAROL ELLIS, Moorestown, New Jersey 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARY REGINA ELOVITZ. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES ERNEST ELZA. East Bernstadt 

B.S. Mathematics 
SCOTT WILLIAM EMERY. Hudson Falls, N.Y. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

GERALD DEAN EVANS. Nicholasville 

B.B.A. Electronic Data Processing 
LINDASUE EVANS, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business 
MARGARET ANN EVANS. Louisville 

A.B. History 
MARILYN R. EVANS, Wilmore 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 




Three of the senior members of the cheerleading squad — Don Peace, 
Christy Coate, and Sara Vice — help lead the Colonels to a home foot- 
ball victory on Hanger Field. 



SENIORS/ELL-EVA 427 



Homecoming Features 'Newspaper' Theme 



SUSAN KAY FAESENMEIER. Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
GEORGE J. FAHEY, Valley Station 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JERRY LEE FAIR. West Carrollton. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
MARIANNE ELIZABETH FALK. Cleveland, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DANNY RAY FANNIN. Brooksville 

B.S. Mathematics 
HELEN MARIE FARDO. Falmouth 

A.B. History 
LEON W. FARIS III, Paris 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
PATRICIA HICKS FARLER. Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 

















Coeds stuff some of the literal millions of napkins that went into constructing 
floats with an "You've Read it in the Paper," theme for the 1970 Homecoming. 



428 SENIORS FAE-FAR 




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DONNA TAYLOR FARMER. Corbin 

B.S. Mathematics 
GARLAND RAY FARMER, New Zion 

B.S. Agriculture 
JOHN D. FARMER. Corbin 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOSEPH TYLER FARMER. Corbin 

B.B.A. Economics 

WILMASHARON FARRIS. Louisville 

A.B. History 
PHYLLIS ANN FAULKNER, Campbellsville 

A.B. History 
MICHAEL KEN FAWBUSH, London 

B.S. Physical Education 
CAROLSUEFEATHERSTON. Lexington 

A.B. Art 

SUE ELLEN FELDKAMP. Bellevue 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY NOEL FELDMAN. Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
PHILIP LEE FELTNER. Springfield 

B.S. Physics 
SANDRA LEE FELTNER. Hardburly 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LARRY STEPHENS FIELDS. Grayson 

B.S. Pre-medical Services 
TOMMY CARL FIELDS, Whitesburg 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
SHARON FIKE. Waco 

A.B. Art 
JANICE DAWN FISHER, Lexington 

A.B. Art 

LINDA DIANE FITZGERALD, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARK A. FLEMING, Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 
CATHY LYNN FLETCHER, Trenton, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education Area 
THERESA CECILIA FOLEY, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ILA GAIL FORTNER. Wilhamstown 

B.S. Physical Education Area 
DONNA L. FOUST. Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 
DIANA L. FOUTZ, Seven Mile. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CYNTHIA JANE FOWLER, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 

WOODY FRANCIS, Bulan 

B.S. Industrial Education 
RALPH E. FRANK, Danville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
DONNA ROSE FRASHER, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
PAMELA LEE FREDERICK. Mt. Sterling 

B.S. Elementary Education 



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Dances, Concert Highlight Homecoming 



MICHAEL WAYNE FRENCH, Valley Station 

B.B.A. Marketing 
KENNETH A. FRITH, Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
GEORGE FRANCIS FRITZ. JR.. Lexington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PAMELA LYNN FROST. Carrollton 

B.S. Business Education 

GLEN MICHAEL FUGATE. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
EDGAR WINTER FULLENWIDER II. Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LARRY EUGENE FURNISS. Mt, Gilead. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LYDIACAROLGABBARD. Booneville 

B.S. Home Economics 

DEBORAH LYNN GANTT. Centerburg. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY A. GARLAND. Middlesboro 

B.S, Physical Education 
GARY PAUL GARRISON. Felicity. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business 
LENA HOTFILGARVEY, Carrollton 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Students dance to the music of the "Sirs In Brass" at the annual Home- 
coming Dance The "Friends of Distinction" were featured in a post-game 
Alumni Coliseum concert. 



430 SENIORS/FRE-GAR 




TERRY ALLEN GARWOOD. Woodbridge. Virginia 

B.S. Biology 
DIANE JEAN GASKINS. Newport 

A.B. English 
WILLIAM F. GAY. Booneville 

B.S. Business Education 
ROBERT L. GEE. Roseville. Michigan 

B.B.A. Accounting 

MARK LEE GELKE. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. History 
NATHANIEL C.W. GENNETT. Asheville. N.C. 

B.S. Industrial Education 
REBECCAGEORGE, Lebanon, Ohio 

B.S. Textiles 
DAVID ARTHURGERREIN. Newport 

B.B.A. Marketing 

LORIE LEE GIANCOLA. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM PERRY GILES. Lexington 

B.B.A. Management 
DORIS FAYE GILLIAM. London 

B.S. Business Education 
LAWRENCE M. GIRTEN. Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 



SENIORS/GAR-GIR 431 



Last Year Of Classes Challenge Seniors 



WILLIAM ROBERT GIZZI. Yonkers. New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DANNY RAY GLASS. Georgetown 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARTHA CLICK GLASS. Richmond 

A.B. English 
DANIEL WILLIAM GLIER. Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Business 

CHLOTENE BRANHAM GOBLE. West Van Lear 

B.S. Elementary Education 
VICTOR MARTIN GOBLE. Prestonsburg 

B.S. Psychology 
BARBARA A. GOGGIN. Stanford 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA ANN GOINS. Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 




Terry Harris molds a lump of clay into an art object in a ceramics class. 



432 SENIORS GIZ-GOI 




BARBARA ANN GOLD. Owensboro 

A.B. Spanish and History 
GENE A. GOLDSCHMIDT, Reading. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
CONNIE MARIE GOODLETT, Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY MARGARET GORDON. Lancaster 

B.B.A. Accounting 

TERRY DOUGLAS GOSSOM. Milton 

B.B.A. Accounting 
RONNIE L.GRANT. Ashland 

B.S. Mathematics 
GENEVA GRAY. Manchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARYOLAGRAY. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CHRISTINE LESLEY GREEN. Anchorage 

B.S. Home Economics 
KEN EDWARD GREEN. Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
ROCHESTOR CARL GREENFIELD. Roehlmg, N.J. 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
MARTIN W. GREGORY. Fredonia. New York 

B.S. Physical Education 

RICHARD DALE GRIEME. Park Hills 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JAMES LESLIEGRIGSBY. Hamilton. Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
TERRENCE F. GRIMES. Lexington 

A.B. Economics and Political Science 
PHYLLIS ANN GRISIER. Archbold. Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 

GLEN ALLEN GRITTON. Sinai 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JANECAROLYN GRITTON, Sinai 

B.S. Business Education 
GLENN W. GRIZZLE. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BOBBY D. GUFFEY. Albany 

A.B. History and Social Science 

SANDRA J. GUZZO. Yonkers. New York 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NAN CHERYL HAGADORN. Hazard 

A.B. History and Social Studies Area 
MARILYN KAYE HAGGARD. Liberty 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOHN ALLEN HAINES, Marion. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

BRENDA SUE HALCOMB, Harlan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WINSTON CALVIN HALCOMB. Richmond 

B.S. Pre-Medicme 
DEIDRI HALEY. Brooksville 

A.B. English 
BENJAMIN F. HALL. Nicholasville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



SENIORS/GOL-HAL 433 



ELIZABETH ANN HALL. Pmeville 

B.S. Medical Technology 
MARGIE A. HALL. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROY HALL. Hihat 

B.S. Physical Education 
ANN HAMBLEN. Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 

B.S. Elementary Education 

GALE MARIE HAMILTON. Loretto 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WENDY S. HAMILTON. Madison. Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCY F. HAMPTON. Frankfort 

B.S. Business Education 
PAUL DAVID HAMPTON, Frankfort 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 

RONNIE JAY HAMPTON. Winchester 

B.S. Biology 
H. EDWARD HARBER. JR.. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. History and Social Science 
STEPHEN EARLY HARBIN. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
MELISSA JOY HARKINS. Greenville 

B.S. Physical Education 

JAMES STEVEN HARP. Frankfort 

B B.A. Business 
LAURETTA JACQUELINE HARRIS. Louisville 

B.S. Homemaking Supervision 
LAWRENCE RICHARD HARRISON. Louisville 

B B.A. Finance 
ROBERT FRANKLIN HART. JR.. Winchester 

B.S. Business Education 

BRENDA WINBURN HARTMAN. Smithfield 

A.B. History 
ROBERT DOUGLAS HARVEY, Northbay. Ontario. Ca. 

A.B. History and Social Science 
LOISC. HATFIELD. Harlan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHARON DARLEEN HAWKINS. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

GWENDOLYN W HAYDEN. Nicholasville 

B.S. Child Development 
ROBERTA LOUISE HAYES. Brodhead 

B.S. Biology 
CECIL DAVID HAYS. Gravel Switch 

B.S. Agriculture 
TEDDY L. HAYS.McKee 

B.S. Agriculture 

JUDITH C. HECK, Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
MARCELLYN GAYLE HEDRICK. Frankfort 

B.S. Recreation 
KAREN HEID. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN ELVIN HEIDERICH, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 




434 SENIORS/HAL-HEI 



Library Gets Busy As Year Progresses 




EDWARD JAY HEITZ. Southgate 

A.B. Political Science 
GARY LEE HELF. Columbus. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business 
DANIEL ROGER HEMPEL. Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DEBORAH JO HEMPEL. Walton 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NITA KAREN HENDERSON. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
MICHAEL WAYNE HENSLEY. Orlando. Florida 

B.S. Physical Education 
NELSON CASE HENSON. Mt. Olivet 

B.B.A. Business 
JOYCE ANN HERALD. Jackson 

A.B. English 



As mid-term approaches, students spend more time in the library researching 
for major projects that always seem to have been due yesterday. 



SENIORS/HEI-HER 435 



Ravine Provides Site For Concerts 



MYRON DANIEL HERNDON. Sparta 

A.B. Geography 
GERALD HARDING HERRIN, Richmond 

A.B. History 
MARGARET LOUISE HERRMANN. Louisville 

A.B. History 
JOYCEMARIE HETZEL. Hebron 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

ALBERT DUTTON HEWETSON. Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JANET BAKER HIBBARD, Manchester 

B.S. Home Economics 
GAREY DARRELL HIGDON. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GLORIAGAYLE HIGDON. Harned 

B.B.A. Business Management 










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A large crowd listens intently to an impromptu fall concert by Adrian in the ravine. 



436 SENIORS HER-HIG 




LINDA LEE HIGGINS. Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics 
SAMUEL WALTER HILL. Jackson 

A.B. History 
RALPH MICHAEL HILLER. London 

B.S. Physical Education 
SUSAN KOTTE HILLER. London 

B.S. Mathematics 

SUSAN DIANNE HINES. Goshen. Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JOHN ROBERT HODGE. Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
MICHAEL JOHN HOFFMAN. Southgate 

A.B. History 
RICHARDT. HOGAN. Salem. New Jersey 

A.B. History and Social Science 

MARCY FRAN HOLLADAY. Centertown 

A.B. Speech 
SHARON LEE HOLLAR. Charlottesville. Va. 

A.B. English 
CAROLYN ROSE HOLLIDAY. Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GEORGE L. HOPE. Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 

LAWRENCE L. HOPKINS. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
ROBERT WILLIAM HORNSBY. Dabolt 

B.S. Agriculture 
HOWARD W. HOSKINS. Salyersville 

B.S. Vocational Education 
DWIGHT CLEAVER HOUCHENS. Mt. Olivet 

B.B.A. Finance 

RANDAL HOUSE, Nicholasville 

A.B. Geography 
SHERRY FAULKNER HOUSE, Walton 

A.B. Drama and Speech 
ARTHUR L. HOWARD, JR., Chicago, Illinois 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JANET D. HOWARD, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JERRY LYNN HOWARD. Manchester 

B.B.A. Accounting 
VIRGINIA WATKINS HOWARD, Hazard 

B.S. Home Economics 
FRANK HRANICKY. Somerset 

A.B. Broadcasting 
LOUISE R. HUBBARD, Lexington 

A.B. History 

PATRICIA IRENE HUFF, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES RANDAL HUGHES. JR., Simpsonville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JODY EARL HUGHES, Sinai 

B.S. Business 
MARGARET SUE HUGUELY, Sarasota, Florida 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS HIG-HUG 437 



nconveniences Test Student Ingenuity 




Not even a temporary power blackout can hamper the hair-rolling 
processes of this McGregor Hall coed. 



438 SENIORS 




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MARY HELEN HUMPHRIES, Pans 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LADDIE KEITH HUNT. Louisville 

B.S. Business 
VIRGINIA L. HUNT. Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARGARET J. HUNTER. Irvine 

A.B. English 

LARRY WAYNE HURD. Norwood. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Management 
STEVEN MELVIN HURST. Madeira. Ohio 

A.B. History 
LARRY BYRON HURT. Hazard 

B.S. Mathematics 
BLANCA INES INFANTINO. Colombia. South America 

A.B. French 

REBA INGRAM. London 

B.S. Home Economics 
JAMES B. INSCO. Bloomington, Indiana 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JAMES HAROLD INSKO. Paris 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DORIS JANET IRWIN. Albany 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES B. IRWIN. Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DONNASUE ISAACK. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FLOYD THOMAS ISAACS. Lebanon 

B.S. Industrial Education 
KATHRYNE SUE ISAACS. Maineville. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CHERYL JOANNE JACKMAN. Jeffersontown 

B.S. Physical Education 
CANDRID BETH JACKSON. Wellsville. Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science Area 
CONNIE B. JACKSON. Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARGARETCAROL JACKSON. Richmond 

B.S. Biology 

MARIA WALKER JACKSON. Bedford 

B.S. Biology 
VIRGINIA LOUISE JACKSON. Burnside 

B.S. Elementary Education 
VERLA A. JAMES. Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARY LYNN JASPER. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ROBERT LEWIS JAYNES. Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
DAVIDTENENT JENKINS. Middlesboro 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MILDRED R. JENKINS, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM JACKSON JENKINS. New Boston. Ohio 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 



SENIORS/HUM-JEN 439 



ELIZABETH GAY JENNINGS. Nicholasville 

B.S. Home Economics 
WILLIAM KENT JESSEE, Richmond 

A.B. Sociology 
GREGORY JOHNSON, Myra 

B.S. School Health 
JAMES SCOTT JOHNSON. London 

B.S. Biology 

KEITH W. JOHNSON. Ashland 

A.B. Drama 
PEGGY INEZ JOHNSON. Marshall. Texas 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL LEONARD JOHNSTON. West Palm Beach. Fla. 

B.S. Mathematics 
DONALD R. JONES. London 

B.S. Agriculture 

JESSIE LOUISE JONES. Hamilton. Ohio 

A.B. Elementary Education 
MELINDA W. JONES. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
NORMA CROWE JONES. Pewee Valley 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RUBEN EARLE JONES. Tallahassee. Florida 

B.S Physical Education 

SYDNEY DIANNE JONES, London 

B.S. Business Education 
CAROLYN FRY JORDAN, M ilroy. Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STAYCE LEE JORDAN. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
AMELIA YOUNG JUDSON. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 

CLINTON DALE JUSTICE. Elkhorn City 

A.B. History 
JOHN NORMAN KANE, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RONALD L. KAUFMAN. Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
MICHAEL R. KAYLOR. Dayton. Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 

BOB JOSEPH KEHOE, Miami. Florida 

B.S. Recreation 
ROBERT LAMAR KELLS. Wilhamstown 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MALCOLM HOLLIS KELLY. Oxford, Pa. 

B.S. Biology 
FATINA J. KENDRICK, Elkhorn City 

B.S, Administrative Dietetics 

RONALD G. KENDRICK, Florence 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JAMES FINLEY KENNEDY. London 

B.B.A. Business Management 
JENNIFER LEE KENNEDY, Richmond 

B.S. Biology 
DAVID KESSLER, Marion. Indiana 

B.S. Recreation 




440 SENIORS'JEN-KES 



Campus Observes Christmas Season 




GOLDIE CRAIG KIDWELL, Walton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY LINNET KINDER, Pikeville 

B.B.A. General Business 
PHILIPM. KINMAN. Dry Ridge 

A.B. History 
CATHERINE ADELE KIPP. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. Spanish and History 

SHEILA LANE KIRBY. Versailles 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JO ANN KLAMO. Fairfield. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PATRICIA ANN KLINGLER, Carrollton 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
CHARLOTTE F. KRASINSKI, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Candlelight and white-frocked students lend atmosphere to the tradi- 
tional yuletide "Hanging of the Greens ." 



SENIORS KID-KRA 441 



Second Semester Brings Book Bonanza 



ALAN CHARLES KRUEGER. Phoenix. Arizona 

B.S. Recreation 
LYNDA DAVIS KUHNHENN. Grayson 

B.B.A. Accounting 
KRISAND LYNN KUNST. Springfield. Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
SHIRLEY RAMSEY LA FAVERS. Albany 

A.B. English 

AARON DOUGLAS LAINHART. Richmond 

B.B.A. Personnel Management 
DAVID LEE LAKE. St. Albans. West Va. 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JOHN WAYNE LANDRETH. Cynthiana 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
FRANK BRUCE LANGE. Piqua. Ohio 

A.B. Art 

WILLIAM VANCE LANHAM. Lancaster 

B.S. Agriculture 
BRENT ROBERT LASWELL. Mt. Vernon 

A.B. History 
FRANCES GORDON LAWSON. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FRANK DARRYL LAWSON. Lexington 

B.M.E. Music 




Lines backup at the bookstore as students stock up for the second semester. 



442 SENIORS KRU-LAW 




THOMAS EDWARD LAYMAN, Lexington 

A.B. History 
GARY DALE LEASOR, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Management 
JOAN MARLEEN LEDFORD, London 

A.B. History and English 
PATRICIA DIANE LEDFORD, Maysville 

A.B. English 

PHYLLIS SHARON LEDFORD, Helton 

B.S. Home Economics 
RONALD M. LEDFORD, Paintlick 

B.S. Biology 
JERRY WAYNE LEFEVERS, Pineville 

A.B. Social Work and Psychology 
REBEKAH RUTH LeMASTER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NANCY LOUISE LETHGO, Ravenna 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROLYN SUE LEWIS, Brooksville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JAMES M. LEWIS. Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
STEPHEN S. LEWIS, Lexington 

B.S. Recreation 



SENIORS 'LAY-LEW 443 



Basketball Provides Break From Routine 



RICKY PHILPOT LIGHTNER. Centerville. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GAIL PHILLIPS LILLIS. Richmond 

B.S. Biology 
JAMES PREWITT LISLE. Winchester 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
CAROLYN SUE LITTERAL, Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CELESTINE A. LITTLE. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID M. LLOYD. Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 
TERESA KAY LOCKER. Paintlick 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BOBBIE JEAN LONG. Lancaster 

B.S. Physical Education 




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Connie Haney entertains during a basketball game with her acrobatics. 



444 SENIORS LIG-LON 




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DONALD LEE LONG. Brodhead 

A.B. Art 
DOUGLAS K. LONG. Germantown. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LARRY MARTIN LONG. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
WILLIAM LESLIE LONG. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

WILLIAM STEVEN LUCAS. Stanford 

A.B. History 
SAM P. LYNN. JR., Danville 

B.B.A. Electronic Data Processing 
MARLENE ELIZABETH LYON, Louisville 

B.B.A Accounting 
LINDACAROLE LYONS. Bethlehem 

B.S. Child Development 

MIKE CAESAR LYONS. South Shore 

B.S. Physical Education 
VIVEN DURHAM McANINCH. Liberty 

B.S. Biolgoy 
MARY ELIZABETH McBRAYER. Lawrenceburj 

B.S. Dietetics 
KELTA ANN McCABE, Ehzabethtown 

A.B. Sociology 

LYNN E. McCALL, Newton, New Jersey 

B.S. Mathematics 
MARY HENDERSON McCAULEY. Versailles 

A.B. Sociology 
MARY LOU McCLANAHAN. Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CLIFTON EUGENE McCOWAN, London 

A.B. History 

SUZANNE McCOWAN, London 

A.B. Sociology 
BARBARA McCRACKEN, London 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARGARET JAYNE McDANELL. Owenton 

A.B. Social Work 
ROBERT BRUCE McDANIEL. London 

B.B.A. Business Management 

TRISH E. McDEVITT. Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JEFFREY GRANT McDONALD. Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
RICHARDC. McDONALD, Liberty 

B.S. Business Education 
DENVER McFADDEN. London 

A.B. History and Social Science 

SHARON GAIL McGEE. Falmouth 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES MICHAEL McGLONE. Harrodsburg 

B.B.A. Business 
DANNY McKINNEY, Brodhead 

B.S. Agriculture 
ROGER DAVID McKINNEY. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



SENIORS/LON-McK 445 



ELOISEJ.McKITRIC. Burgin 

B.S. Home Economics 
KATHY JO McMILLIN. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT BERNARD McQUEEN. Stanton 

A.B. Political Science 
SHEILA GAIL McREYNOLDS. Mayfield 

B.S. Home Economics 

BARBARA SUE McWHORTER. Knifley 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY LOU McWHORTER. East Bernstadt 

A.B. Art 
REGINA SUE McWHORTER. Hustonville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM RUSSELL McWHORTER, Richmond 

B.B.A. Economics 

REBECCA JANE MACY. Hardmsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH JANE MAGGARD. Hazard 

A.B. History and Social Science 
JERRY W. MAKIN. Richmond 

B.S. Vocational and Industrial Education 
WINNIE MALATESTA. Maple Shade. New Jersey 

B.B.A. Marketing 

ROBERT C. MALONEY. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM MICHAEL MANGUS. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
WILLIAM P. MANION. Maysville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
BARBARA JEAN MANN. Carrollton 

B.S. Medical Technology 

NANCY ANN MANN. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMESC. MARCUM, JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathologyand Audiology 
VIVIAN GAYLE MARCUM. Sand Gap 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAMELA S. MARKS, Georgetown, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 

KELBY S. MARLETT, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
SARAH L. MARLETT. Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Office Administration 
GREGORY T. MARQUIS. Erlanger 

B.S. Physical Education and Health 
LINDA BEA MARSH. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 

MARY MARSHALL. Jackson 

A.B. History 
DONNA P. MARSTON, Wheatley 

B.S. Home Economics 
MICHAEL J. MARTELLO, Lexington 

A.B. History 
GERALD L. MARTIN. Middletown. Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 




446 SENIORS/McK-MAR 



Warm Days Break Winter's Grip 




JAMES LAWRENCE MARTIN, Richmond 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOHN ROY MARTIN. Garrett 

B.S. Physics 
LINDA LOU MARTIN, Corbin 

A.B. Social Work 
GARY LYNN MASON, Booneville 

A.B. Physical Education 

JAYNE ANN MASON. Milford. Ohio 

A.B. History 
PAULETTE DUNN MASON. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARION CARNEY MATTINGLY. Springfield 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
CAROL WILLIAMS MAUPIN. Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Students take advantage of the first spring-like weather after a typically wet Richmond winter. 



SENIORS MAR-MAU 447 



Spring Fever Makes Class A Chore 



CHARLES REYNOLDS MAXSON, JR., Lexington 

A.B. History and Philosophy 
ELRENEMAY, Elkhorn City 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JON D. MAY, McAndrews 

A.B. History and Social Science 
ANN MAYO. Martin 

A.B. Political Science and Journalism 

GINGER ANN MEDLEY, Middlesboro 

A.B. Social Work 
JOSEPH DANT MEDLEY, Loretto 

B.S Psychology 
LINDAGAYLE MEDLEY, Springfield 

B.S. Business Education 
JOHN WILLIAM MERRILL, Barnesville. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 





Pretty weather and a nearby city park make a spring-time frolic irresistible. 



448 SENIORS MAX-MER 




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MARTY RAY MEYER, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARY KATHERINE MIFFLIN, Georgetown 

A.B. Social Work 
MARTIN CRAIG MILBURN. Springfield 

B.S. Physical Education 
BARBARA ELLEN MILLER, London 

B.S. Physical Education 

G. B.MILLER, Lancaster 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
KAREN SUE MILLER, Forest Hills 

A.B. Sociology 
PAMELA MARIE MILLER, Centerville, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONNIE OWEN MILLER, Erlanger 

B.S. Industrial Education 

SHELBIE JEAN MILLER, Williamsburg 

A.B. Sociology 
ALAN F. MISTLER, Hamilton 

A.B. Political Science 
LINDA YOUNG MITCHELL, West Palm Beach, Florida 

A.B. Sociology 
MARTIN VERNON MITCHELL, Louisville 

B.B.A. General Business 

DANNY ARTHUR MOGG. Albany 

B.S. Biology 
MICHAEL THOMAS MONACELLI. Albion. New York 

B.S. Health Education 
ROBERT WILLIAM MONAGHAN, JR., Cherry Hill, N.J. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GARY MONTGOMERY, Lexington 

B.B.A. Management 

NORMA SUE MONTGOMERY, Lexington 

A.B. Sociology 
FRANCES CAROL MOODY, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TOMMY F. MOODY, Middlesboro 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DIANA MOORE, Pikeville 

A.B. Elementary and Special Education 

JUDITH ELAINE MOORE, Winchester 

A.B. Speech 
SANDRA JANE MOORMAN. Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SUSAN CAROL MORGAN, Albany 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
BEVERLY WATERS MORRIS, Ft. Mill, S.C. 

B.M.E. Music 

BRUCE EDWARD MORRISON, Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
PATTI A. MOSER, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PEGGY G. MOSS. Burgin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDWIN ELLIS MYERS, Bethel. Ohio 

B.S. Health Education 



SENIORS/MEY-MYE 449 



PATRICIA GAIL MYERS, Lexington 

B.S. Psychology 
SUSAN JANE MYERS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES W. MYNHIER, Ashland 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MICHAEL A. MYRICK. Amelia, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 

FRANK J. NAHLIK, Queens Village, NY. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
SUSAN NANCE, Pikeville 

A.B. English 
CAROLYN NATICCHIONI, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
PAULA LESLIE NEAL, Irvine 

B.S. Business Education 

SUSAN NEW, Barbourville 

B.S. Home Economics 
JILL ANNE NORCROSS, Cleveland, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FRANK B. NIEMEYER. JR.. Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Management 
DANIEL NORDHEIM, Springboro. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

GEORGE PROCTOR NORTON, Winchester 

B.S. Agriculture 
JOHN KEVIN OERTHER, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Finance 
BARRY M. OGDEN. Lexington 

B.S. Agriculture 
ERIC VINCENT O'REA, Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 

MICHAEL RAY OSBORNE, Florence 

B.S. Chemistry 
SANDRA SCHAFER OSBORNE, Florence 

B.M.E. Music Education 
MARLENE F. OWEN, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROLINE BOONE OWENS, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARJORIE EDWINA OWENS, Loyall 

B.S. Business Education 
MAVAJUNEOWENS, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Home Economics 
LINDASUE PACK, Midland. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
ROSS CHARLES PAHNKE, Oak Lawn, III. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

SANDRA LINN PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Sciences 
ROBERT F. PARKER. West Cradock, Va. 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOY L. PARRIGIN, Monticello 

B.S. Home Economics 
JAMES DAVID PATTON, East Bernstadt 

A.B. Geography 




450 SENIORS/MYE-PAT 



Classes Teach Important Skills 




Technical skills are valuable in a number of fields. Here an art design 
student uses an electric grinder to fashion a piece of metallic sculpture. 



SENIORS 451 



Basketball Excitement Continues To March 



MILDRED ELAINE PAYNE, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONALD GLENN PEACE. Elizabethtown 

B.B.A. Finance 
JOHN B. PEACE. Covington 

A.B. Art 
THOMAS EDWIN PEEK. Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 

JAMES V. PELLEGRINON. New Boston. Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
RONNIE PENNINGTON. Manchester 

A.B. Art 
SHELBY GENE PENNINGTON. Cawood 

A.B. Sociology 
SHELBY JAMES PENNIX. JR.. London 

B.B.A. Accounting 

B.JILL PERKINS. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
JAMES W. PERKINS. Lexington 

A.B. Social Work 
SHARON ANN PERKS. Springfield. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DOUGLAS WAYNE PERRY. Richmond 

B.B.A. Accounting 




School spirit is expressed on the faces of some students during a Colonel 
basketball game 



452 SENIORS PAY-PER 




KATHLEEN MARTIN PERRY. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY LEANNE PETTENGILL. Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
PATRICIAANN PHELPS. Columbia 

B.S. Health and Recreation 
KATHLEEN J. PHILLIPS. Louisville 

A.B. English 

PAUL GERALD PICKRELL. Augusta 

B.M.E. Music 
PAMELA LYNN PIKE. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
MAJORIE ANN PILANT, Richmond 

A.B. French 
JANET SUE PLAYFORTH. Crab Orchard 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES DAVID PLEASANT. Valley Station 

B.S. Biology and A.B. German 
WILLIAM RAYMOND PLOUVIER. Hodgenville 

B.S. Agriculture 
PAMELA MARIE POPE. Fern Creek 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARK ALLAN PORTER. Fairfield. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



SENIORS'PER-POR 453 



Grill Remains A Popular Retreat 



CHARLES NORMAN POWELL. Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. Business 
MARTHA JANE POWELL. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONALD G. POWERS, Charlottesville, Virginia 

A.B. Political Science 
MARY ANN POWERS. Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics 

JERRY LEE POYNTER, Livingston 

B.S. Pre-medical Services 
JERRY L. PRICE. Paris 

A.B. History 
PATRICK J. PRITCHARD. Granville, Ohio 

A.B. English 
SUSAN JEAN PUGH, Alexandria. Virginia 

A.B. Sociology 





Washing a hastily eaten sandwich down with a coke is a familiar routine 
for a between-classes lunch. 



454 SENIORS POW-PUG 




WANDA DARLENE PULLEN. Big Springs 

B.S. Business Education 
PAMELA KAYE QUIGGINS, Louisville 

A.B. Art 
ROBERT T. RABENSTEIN, Amelia. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
DENNIS S. RAISOR. Sanders 

B.B.A. Accounting 

EDGAR ALLEN RAKER. Carrollton 

B.S. Chemistry 
D. THOMAS RAMEY. Park Hills 

A.B. Anthropology 
ALBERTA KEMPER RAMSEY. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA COLYER RANDALL. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LOUIS ANTHONY RANIERO. JR.. Newport 

B.B.A. Business Management 
CAROLYN SUE RANKIN, Crab Orchard 

B.S. Business Education 
SARA JANE RANKIN. Waddy 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KENNETH JAMES RAPP. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 

WILLIAM RAY RATCLIFF. Corinth 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BILLIE KAREN RATLIFF, Raceland 

B.S. Health and Recreation 
SANDRA P. RATLIFF. Martin 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA L. RAUEN. Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JANICE LYNN RAWSON, Ashland 

A.B. Spanish 
STUART A. REAGAN. Frankfort 

A.B. Political Science 
WILLIAM ANTHONY RECKER. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.B.A. Product Management 
LINDA LOU REECE. Annville 

B.S. Business Education 

CHARLES BERKLEY REED III, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GAIL SUE REEDY, Norwood. Ohio 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
WILLIAM BRADLEY REEVES. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LUCRETIA J. REID. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JANYCE LEE REINDERS, Alexandria 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHRIS JOHN REITZ. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. Spanish 
VERNE EVERETT RENNACKER, Princeton. III. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DAN CLAYTON REYNOLDS. Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 



SENIORS PUL-REY 455 



ERIC THOMAS REYNOLDS. Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
JAMES W. REYNOLDS. Pikeville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
RICHARD ROY REYNOLDS. Mt. Sterling 

B.B.A. Business 
EDNA JANE RICE. Catlettsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LINDA WESLEY RICE. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARTHA JEAN RICHESON. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
THOMAS DWAINE RIDDELL. Irvine 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT THOMAS RIDDER. Newport 

B.B.A. Marketing 

DONNA BEGLEY RIGSBY. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY ELIZABETH RILEY. Nicholasville 

B.S. Physical Education 
PATRICIA RITCHEY. Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics 
ANIBAL RIVERA. JR.. Caguas. Puerto Rico 

A.B. Political Science 

EVERETT CALBIE ROBERTS. Frankfort 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JAMES STEVEN ROBERTS. Middletown. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business 
PAMELA J. ROBERTS. Fairfield. Ohio 

A.B. French 
KEVIN McCHORD ROBERTSON. Lebanon 

B.M.E. Music 

SHIRLEY JEAN ROBINSON. Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHEN HOWARD ROCKENSTEIN. Covington 

B.S. Psychology 
LOWELL THOMAS RODGERS. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JUDY CAROLYN ROESCH. New Lebanon. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 

HAZEL JEAN ROGERS. Richmond 

A.B. Social Studies 
JOANNE ROGERS. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
PAUL B. ROGERS. Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GERMAINE VERONICA ROGGENKAMP Louisville 

A.B. Art 

MARY CAROL ROSE. Owenton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHIRLEY CHILDERS ROSE. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANE LAMONDA ROUTT. Milford 

A.B. English 
GERALD L. ROWE. Georgetown 

B.S. Biology 




456 SENIORS REY-ROW 



Rooftop Sunbathing Becomes A Ritua 




TERRY A. ROWLETT, Bedford 

B.S. Agriculture 
JAN L. ROWLEY, Corinth, New York 

A.B. Social Work and B.S. Physical Education 
SUE ELLEN ROWLEY. Celina, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 
ALICE FAY ROY, Columbia 

A.B. Social Work 

LARRY WAYNE ROYALTY, Paris 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULA LEE RUBY, Chaplin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SAMUEL LOUIS RUDER, London 

B.S. Art 
HARRY HAMILTON RUMBLE, III, Charlottesville, Va. 

A.B. History 



The race for an early tan sends coeds to dorm rooftops. 



SENIORS/ROW-RUM 457 



Ceremonies Increase As Year Nears End 



PHILLIP RUNYON. Richmond 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
LEONARD ALONZO RUSSELL. Paris 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JAMES LEE RUTHERFORD. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARGARET M. RYAN. Peekskill. New York 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DEBORAH ANNESALYER. Rising Sun. Indiana 

A.B. Library Science 
DINAH K. SAMONS. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DARYL LEE SATCHWELL. Ghent 

B.S. Agriculture 
LINDA KAY SATCHWILL. Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 





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President Martin presents an award to a senior cadet at the annual 
President's Review 



458 SENIORS'RUN-SAT 




JAMES RICHARD SAUNDERS. Salem, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARTHA SAYLOR. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN H. SCARBOROUGH, Lmwood. New Jersey 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DENNIS DALE SCARBROUGH. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 

TERESA D. SCHORNICK. Columbus. Indiana 

A.B. Spanish 
MARK GEORGE SCHREIBER. Lexington 

B.S. Recreation 
SHIRLEY L. SCHUETZ. Sidney. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
STEVEN E. SCHULTZ. Newport 

B.B.A. Business 

THOMAS WAYNE SCHULTZ, Haddonfield. N.J. 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GLENDA KAYE SCHWARTZ. Southgate 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GARY LEE SCHWEIKERT. Newport 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY LEE SCOTT. Broadhead 

B.S. Physical Education 

MARILYN J. SCROGGIN. Burlington 

B.S. Physical Education 
LINDA LEE SEARS. Louisville 

A.B. History 
MARGENE SEARS. Norwood. Ohio 

A.B. English 
ROBERT M. SEARS. Ft. Wright 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Psychology 

CAROL R. SEVERS. Pompton Lakes. N.J. 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY CONEL SHAW. Louisville 

B.B.A. Finance 
PATRICIA ANN SHAW. Sarasota, Florida 

A.B. History 
WAYNE LEE SHAW. Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 

CARL ANDREW SHAY. Newport 

B.S. Chemistry 
RANDY STEPHEN SHEPHERD, South Shore 

B.S. Physical Education 
MICHAEL NEESON SHER, Louisville 

B.M.E. Music 
STEPHEN DOUGLAS SHINN. Ludlow 

B.B.A. Management 

COLONEL RODNEY SHOCKEY, W. Alexandria. Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science 
RUBY SHOCKEY, Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BERNIE ALLEN SHORT. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
RONALD LETCHER SHORT. Whitesburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



SENIORS/SAU-SHO 459 



SHEILA LUCAS SHORT. Whitesburg 

B.S. Business 
GEORGANNA SHOUSE. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ELLEN H. SIMPSON. Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
DAVID K. SIPPLE, South Shore 

B.S. Psychology 

JANEC. SIPPLE, Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARGARET ANN SKAGGS. Ashland 

A.B. Latin and French 
JODY KAY SKIPWORTH. Louisville 

A.B. Spanish 
BERNARD F. SKONIECZNY, Ambridge. Pa. 

B.S. Physical Education 

HAROLD STEPHEN SLOAN. Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ANDREW P. SLONE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
CULLEN B. SLONE, JR.. Louisville 

B.M.E. Music 
HAROLD G. SLONE, Phyllis 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

CHERYL LYNN SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
CLARA MARIE SMITH, Batavia, Ohio 

A.B. English 
CLARENCE SMITH, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education 
LYNDA KAYE SMITH, Russell Springs 

A.B. Social Work 

MARK R. SMITH, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 
PHYLLIS ANN SMITH, Harlan 

A.B. History and Social Science 
ROBERT D. SMITH. Crab Orchard 

B.B.A. Business 
ROY ALAN SMITH, Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

SHARON ANN SMITH. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLOTTE RAY SMOOT. Florence 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REBECCA ANN SMYTH, New Harmony, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NOLAN STEPHEN SNELL, Covington 

B.S. Physics 

JOEL ALAN SNELLING, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
DEBORAH KAY SNIDER, Mt. Orab, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
LARRY V. SOLVEY. Mineral City, Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science 
JANET LYNNE SPAHN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




460 SENIORS'SHO-SPA 



Spring Moves Study Outdoors 




This coed finds the atmosphere of the ravine a pleasant environment 
in which to study. 



SENIORS 461 



STEPHEN DUNCAN SPARKS, Winchester 

B.B.A. Finance 
JERRY HOUSER SPARROW. Burgin 

A.B. History 
RALPH ARNOLD SPEAKES. JR.. Danville 

B.S. Agriculture 
SAMUEL DAVID SPEARS. Albany 

B.S. Physical Education 

RONALD WAYNE SPENCER. Walton 

B.S. Industrial Education 
SANDRA L. SPIESER. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
LINDA SUE STADLER. Hamilton. Ohio 

A.B. English 
LUCINDA STANFORD. Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARY ELIZABETH STANGER. Cragsmoor. N.Y. 

B.S. Physical Education 
STEVEN BRYAN STANLEY. Rushsylvania. Ohio 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
HOWARD RANDALL STARNES. Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. General Business 
DAVID EUGENE STEBING. Auburn. Indiana 

B.S. Industrial Education 

LANACAROLSTEELMAN, Harrison. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETTY LOUISE STEPHENS. Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 
RONALD WAYNE STEPHENSON. Erlanger 

B.B.A. General Business 
CAROL LEE STEVENS. Gettysburg. Pa. 

B.S. Recreation 

ALLEN FOSTER STEWART. Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CECIL W.STEWART. Franklin. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PRUDA ELIZABETH STEWART. Letcher 

B.S. Psychology 
STEPHEN A. STICE. Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 

JACQUELINE IRENE STIGALL. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOE SIDNEY BRUCE STIGALL. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Mathematics 
MIKETHOMASSTODGHILL. Mt. Eden 

B.S. Agriculture 
JANE STOFFREGEN. Hamilton. Ohio 

A.B. Textile and Design 

DEBORAH BAILEY STONE. Richmond 

A.B. Anthropology 
RONNIE EUGENE STONE. Lebanon. Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 
CHARLES WILLIAM STOUT. Shelbyville 

B.S. Vocational Technology 
RICHARD DWIGHT STOVER, Carbondale, Pa. 

A.B. History 




462 SENIORS'SPA-STO 



She-Male Contest Brightens Campus Scene 




MIKE STRATTON, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
WILLIAM HENRY STRUSS, JR., Louisville 

A.B. Art 
PATRICIA ANN STUDER, Cold Springs 

B.S. Home Economics 
CATHY LYNN SULLIVAN. Goshen. Ohio 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 

JOHN WILLIAM SUTTER. LaGrange Park. III. 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
DAVID NICKELL SWANGO. Louisville 

B.S. Food Service Management 
MYRAVIRGINIASWOPE, Stanford 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD WILLIAM TABELING. Ft Mitchell 

B.B.A. Management 



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An ersatz Lady (?) of the Harbour holds her/his beacon high during the annual 
Kappa Delta Tau She-Male Contest. 



SENIORS/STR-TAB 463 



Seniors' Awareness Broadened By Classes 



MARY FRANCES TALLENT. Albany 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATTY LYNN TARVIN. Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
TERRY L. TATEM. Lancaster 

B.B.A. General Business 
CLIFTON LEE TATUM. Lebanon 

B.B.A. Management 

ELLEN COLETAULBEE. Lancaster 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DIANA DIBBLE TAYLOR. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY D. TAYLOR. Frankfort 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM E. TAYLOR. Honey Bee 

B.S. Recreation 

GARY S. TEDFORD. Norwood. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
SUE CAROL TERRELL. Chaplin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHERINE KIRCHNERTERSTEGGE. Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics 
CAROL JEANET THOMAS. Richmond 

A B English 





Teacher-student relationships become less formal as this instructor tries 
to bridge the gap within his classroom. 



464 SENIORS TAL-THO 




M. RITA THOMAS, Ehzabethtown 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARGARET V.THOMAS. Greenup 

A.B. English 
SAMMY TODD THOMAS, Paris 

A.B. History 
BRENDA YVONNETHOMPSON. Mackville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BRUCE NORVELL THOMPSON. Pleasureville 

B.B.A. Management 
CLEVELAND B. THOMPSON. Nicholasville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DORIS KAY THOMPSON, Pikeville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HOWARD THOMPSON. Bronston 

B.B.A. Business Administration 

JENNIFER INGRAM THOMPSON. Pleasureville 

A.B. Spanish 
LETITIA ANNTHOMPSON. Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 
MARY EMILY THOMPSON. Irvine 

A.B. Social Science Area 
WILLIAM FORREST THOMPSON. Florence 

B.S. Business Education 




SENIORS-THO-THO 465 



Intramurals Provide Recreational Outlets 



WILLIAM GARY THOMPSON. Pmeville 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
ELVIN HOLLIS THRASHER. Albany 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JERRY AUSTIN TIPTON. Irvine 

B.B.A. Management 
NANCY ANN TODD. Frankfort 

B.S. Chemistry 

ANN H. TOWLER. Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROL L. TRABITS. Fredonia. New York 

B.S. Health and Nutrition 
NANCY BRUCE TRISLER. Harrodsburg 

B.S Elementary Education 
TERESA A. TROWER. Fern Creek 

B.S. Elementary Education 




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Second semester finds students involved in a little out-of-season football. 




466 SENIORS THO-TRO 




JAMES F. TRUE. Frankfort 

B.B.A. Finance 
ROBERT PRICE TRUMBO. Danville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
ROBERT WAYNE TUCKER, Florence 

A.B. Political Scienceand B.S. Phys Ed 
WILLIAM R. TUPMAN. Florence 

B.S. Industrial Education 

JANET LYNNTURNBULL. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY HAZEL TURNER. Sebastian's Branch 

B.S. Elementary Education 
POLLY TURNER. Talbert 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WAYNE TURNER. Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CAROL ANN TUTTLE. London 

A.B. History 
JOHN L. UNDERWOOD. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JANICE CLAIRE UPTON. Louisville 

A.B. French 
SUSANC. UTTER. Elmira, New York 

B.S. Elementary Education 

HAROLD GLENN VALLEY. Bloomfield 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SHARON WRIGHT VAN HOOSE, Harrodsburg 

B.M.E. Music 
GAILANNVAN NESS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BEVERLY PAULINE VAN PELT. Leesburg, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CHARLES GEORGE VAN PELT. Edmeston. NY. 

B.B.A. Management 
BARBARA A. VAN ZANT. Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM ROGERVARNEY. Forest Hills 

B.S. Physical Education 
JAMES ELLIOT VAUGHAN, Mechanicsville. Va. 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

PATRICIA D. VENCILL. Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
CONNIE MARLENE VERMILLION. Junction City 

A.B. English 
SARA ALICE VICE. Maysville 

B.S. Recreational Therapy 
AUDREY K. VIRES. McKee 

A.B. History and Social Science 

RYARRION L. VIRES. London 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOSEPH C. VOETS. Orange. Connecticut 

B.S. Recreation 
HELEN JEAN WADDELL. Grayson 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOE WADDELL. Larkslane 

B.B.A. Accounting 



SENIORS/TRU-WAD 467 



GLENN EDWARD WADE. Franklin. Ohio 

B.S. Political Science 
WAYNE L. WADLINGTON. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
CLAIRE FRANCES WAGNER. Middlesboro 

A.B. English 
DAVID LEE WAGONER. Pans 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DEBORAH ELAINE WAINSCOTT. Burlington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SANDRA KAYE WAITS. LaGrange 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LYNN WALDEN. London 

B.S. Psychology 
WAYNE NEWLAND WALDEN. London 

B.S. Economics 

CAMDACE SUE WALKER. Fairfield. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES ALBERT WALLETE. Feasterville. Pa. 

B.B.A. Management 
WILLIAM DAVID WARINNER. Albany 

A.B History and Social Science 
DAVID F. WARNE. Albion. New York 

A.B. Sociology 

GREGORY SCOTT WARNER. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SHARON SUE WARNER. Austin. Indiana 

B.S. Health and Recreation Area 
JOHN H. WARTHMAN. Erie. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PEGGY J. WATKINS. Beattyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

STEVEN C WATKINS. Troy. Ohio 

A.B. English 
SUSAN JANEWATKINS. Shelbyville 

B.S. Recreation 
DEBORAH LEE WAXMAN. Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN DURWOOD WEBB. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 

FREDERICK LANGLEY WEDDINGTON. Shelbiana 

B.M.E Music 
JIMMIEWILLIAM WELCH. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
GAYLE CLARK WELLS. Paris 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
RONNIE DAVID WELLS. Pamtsville 

B.S. Business Education 

JERRY MICHAEL WESLEY. London 

B.S. Mathematics 
JOHN THOMAS WESLEY. Liberty 

B.B.A. General Business 
MICHAEL F. WESLEY. Yosemite 

B.B.A. General Business 
JUDITH ANN WESSEL, Cleves. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 




468 SENIORS WAD-WES 



Senior Cadets Commissioned In May 




TONI LEE WHEELER. Bristol. Virginia 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GARY D. WHITAKER. McRoberts 

B.S. Mathematics 
GENEVA WHITAKER. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROLE LYNNE WHITE, Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARGARET J. WHITEHEAD. Brooksville 

A.B. Library Science 
STEVEN A. WHITEHOUSE. Milford. Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
ROBERT BYRON WHITLOCK. Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 
CARL HENRY WICHLUND. Independence 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




Col. Joseph L. Pilant presents this cadet with his commission as a 
second lieutenant to climax four years of classes and training. 



SENIORS.'WHE-WIC 469 



Seniors File Toward Commencement 



ROBERT F. WICKLINE. Charleston. W. Va. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHARON WIENTJES, Waynesville. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAUL DOUGLAS WIGFIELD. Hagerstown. Md. 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
CAROL LYNN WILCOX. Marion. Ohio 

A.B. History 

MILLERSON LEE WILKINS. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
BETTY ANN WILLIAMS. Barbourville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FRANKIE JOE WILLIAMS, Hazard 

B.S. Mathematics and B.B.A. Accounting 
JUDITH ELAINE WILLIAMS. Russell 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NEVELTHOMAS WILLIAMS. Richmond 

B.S. Pre-Medical Services 
TED M. WILLIAMS III. Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TED SHERMAN WILLIAMS. London 

B.B.A. Accounting 
RUSSELLTHOMAS WILLIAMSON. Inez 

B.S. Pre-dental Services 




Seniors form another line, much like they have done in past years for 
registration, to file across the stage to receive their degrees. 



470 SENIORS WIC-WIL 




JANE MARTIN WILSON, Versailles 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOYCE WANNOLA WILSON, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 
LYNNE ANN WILSON, Russell 

A.B. English 
MARY SUSAN WILSON. Eubank 

B.S. Health and Recreation 

RUTH ANNAWILSON. Pittsburgh. Pa. 

B.S. Biology 
SHARON L. WILSON. Hillsboro. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WANDA MASTERS WILSON. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CYNTHIAC. WINBURN, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 

FLORENCE HOSKINS WINSTEAD, Brodhead 

A.B. English 
KAREN ANN WISHER, Covington 

A.B. History 
PATTI SUE WITHERS. Cynthiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES C. WOMACK. Grayson 

B.S. Mathematics 



SENIORS/WIL-WOM 471 



ROBERT M. WOOD. Frankfort 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARTIN WINFIELD WOODRUFF. Sabma. Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
BETTY JEAN WOOSLEY. Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN R.WOOTEN. Dayton 

B.B.A. Accounting 

MICHAEL L. WOOTON. Eubank 

A.B. English 
E. ANN WORTHINGTON, Louisville 

A.B. Spanish 
CATHERINEC. WOZNY. Louisville 

A.B. English and French 
MELVIN ELLIS WRIGHT. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LARRY GENE WYATT, Berea 

B.S. Data Processing 
CAROLYN LOU YADEN. Yosemite 

B.S. Home Economics 
KIYOKO YAGI. Tokyo. Japan 

B.M.E. Music 
YOSHIHIKO YAGI. Tokyo. Japan 

B.S. Pre-medical Services 

RICHARD H. YATES. Oxon Hill, Maryland 

B.B.A. Management 
ROGER DALE YATES. Cecilia 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BARRY KEVIN YOUNG. Webbville 

B.S. Psychology 
GEOFFREY STEVEN YOUNG. Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 

JANE RUTH YOUNG. East Bernstadt 

A.B. English 
JOHN ALLEN YOUNG. Junction City 

B.S. Biology 
LINDA MAE YOUNG. Maud. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHIRLEY LINDAZWICK. Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 




472 SENIORS/WOO-ZWI 



Commencement Class Seniors' Year 




Lines of mortar board and gown-clad seniors file toward Alumni Col 
seum as commencement exercises begin. 



SENIORS 473 



PAUL ERIC ABERCRUMBIE. Covington 

M.A. Pupil Personnel 
WADE MARION BAILEY. Red Bush 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
CHARLENE L. BALDINGER. Cold Spring 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
BRENDA SUE BEATY. Dayton. Ohio 

M.A. History 

SHARON BEGLEY, Lebanon 

M.A. Business Education 
EDWARD FRANCIS BELL. JR.. Richmond 

M.A. Non-school Guidance 
JOHN BOYD BINNING. Tipp City. Ohio 

M.A. Political Science 
DWIGHT WESLEY BOESE. Claflm. Kansas 

M.S. Crimina! Justice 

JESS J. BOWE. Nitro. West Virginia 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
CARL WAYNE BREWER. Lexington 

MB. A. Business Administration 
RONALD EDWARD BROCE. Kingman. Arizona 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
BARBARA ANN BURCHETT. Arlington. Virginia 

M.S. Biology 

LESTERCLAYTON BURRES. Louisville 

M A. History 
ORIAN CLYDE CALDWELL. Burnside 

SPECIALIST Student Personnel 
BARBARA IRENE CATICH. Corbin 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
ROBIN THAUKEN CHIA. Kota Kmabalu Saban. Malaysia 

MB. A. Accounting 

RAYMOND P. CONNORS. Campbellsburg 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JOELANDRACROCKETT. Richmond 

M.A. Special Education 
JOYCE ANN CROSSFIELD. Lawrenceburg 

M.S. Physical Education 
THEODORE R. CURTIS II, Cynthiana 

M.A. Non-school Guidance 

CARL DAVID DAVIS II. Middlesboro 

M.A. Physical Education 
CAROL ANNE DAVIS. Richmond 

M.A. Guidance 
TINA VIRGIL DENTON. Erlanger 

M.A. Elementary Education 
BOBBY ALLEN DERRICK. Corbin 

M.B.A. Accounting 

DONALD DARRELL DICKSON. Maysville 

M.A. History 
DONNA INEZ DOWLING. South. Ohio 

M.A. Pupil Personnel 
DORIS DAWN DWYER. Cincinnati. Ohio 

M.A. History 
DENNIS HASSON ENGLAND. Middlesboro 

M.B.A. Accounting 




474 GRADUATES ABE-ENG 



Graduate School Expands Opportunities 









BILLY RAY EVERSOLE, Hazard 

SPECIALIST Student Personnel 
STEVE WAYNE FARDO. Butler 

SPECIALISTTechnology 
PATRICIA CARDINAL FLANARY. Lexington 

M.A. English 
PHYLLIS ANN FOREMAN. Louisville 

SPECIALIST Student Personnel 

CHARLES F. FROEBE. Brookville. Ohio 

M.S. Physical Education 
SANDRA FAYE FRYMAN. Cynthiana 

M.S. Biology 
JAMES LEWIS GANO. Wilmington, Ohio 

M.A. History 
DENNIS J. GARTLAND. Youngstown. Ohio 

M.B.A. Marketing 

KAREN D. GARVIN. Glen Rock, New Jersey 

M.A. Business Education 
B. DENNIS GAY. London 

M.A. Physical Education 
DAVID A. GERMAN. Battle Creek. Iowa 

M.A. Physical Education 
BURL EUGENE GILBERT. Brookville. Ohio 

M.S. Physical Education 




Graduate students make use of periodicals in researching topics. 



GRADUATES/EVE-GIL 475 



Graduates Work Toward Commitment 



HOCK-SOON GOH, Penang. Malaysia 

M.S. Chemistry 
JOANN GOODMAN. Louisville 

M.A. Special Education 
MARGARET ODEN GRAHAM, Richmond 

M.A. Elementary Education 
ROGER EARLGRIFFITH, Vienna. W. Va. 

M.A. Clinical Psychology 

DAVID PAIGE HALE. Marysville. Ohio 

M.A. English 
VIVIAN MAE HARGETT. Maysville 

M.A. Elementary Education 
W. JOHN HAYMAN II. Mercer. Pa. 

M.S. Physical Education 
JOHN ARNOLD HERALD. Prestonsburg 

SPECIALIST Student Personnel 





Graduate students display hood denoting their advanced degrees dur- 
ing commencement. 



476 GRADUATES GOH-HER 




JUDY L. HOPKINS, Berea 

M.A. English 
RONALDTYRONE HOUSE. Dayton, Ohio 

M.S. Physical Education 
SHIRLEEN HOWARD. Hanoverton. Ohio 

M.S. Psychology 
DIANN FORBES HUTCHINSON, Louisville 

M.A. Reading 

LINDA ANNE JENKINS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

M.A. Mathematics 
SANDRA KAY JOHNSON, Pikeville 

M.A. Business Education 
DANIEL D. JORDAN, Milroy, Indiana 

M.A. Physical Education 
GLENNAH.KERBY. Berea 

M.S. Clinical Psychology 

YON KIM. Seoul. Korea 

M.S. Psychology 
EUGENE JAMES KINNETZ, Syracuse. NY. 

M.A. Physical Education 
RICHARD JOSEPH KOLINSKE. Sarasota. Fla. 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
HUI PU LANG, Taiwan, China 

M.A. Education 

LARRY JAMES LARESE. Export. Pa. 

M.A. Geography 
HORNG JYN LIN, Taiwan, China 

M.A. Biology 
GARY E. McMANUS, Boiling Springs, Pa. 

M.A. Elementary Education 
M. MICHAEL MARTIN, Augusta 

M.A. Counseling Psychology 

GARY LEE MEREDITH. Letcher 

M.A. History 
JANET MAE MILLER, Daysboro 

M.A. Education 
LARRY E. MILLER, Hazard 

M.A. Geography 
GEORGE L. MITCHELL. JR., W. Palm Beach. Fla. 

M.S. Experimental Psychology 

JEFFRY DAVID MOFFITT, Ft. Thomas 

M.S. Biology 
JOHN DALE MOODY, Louisville 

M.A. Political Science 
REGINA MYERS MORRIS. Richmond 

M.A. Geology 
RONALD L. NORCROSS, Lakewood. N.J. 

M.A. Business Education 

RAYMOND ISAAC NORRIS. JR., Richmond 

M.S. Psychology 
DAVID D. PARRETT. Annville 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
WAYNE ROBERT PATTERSON, SugarCreek. Ohio 

M.P.A. Economics 
GENE WILLIAM PETERSEN. Atlantic. Iowa 

M.S. Industrial Education 



GRADUATES/HOP-PET 477 



JUDEEN K. PETERSEN. Vermillion. S.D. 

M.A. Art 
NAOMI FAYE PIERCEY. Albany 

M.A. History 
BONNIE CRAFT PLUMMER. Richmond 

M.A. English 
CHARLES D. POYNTER. Corbin 

M.B.A. Management 

REX NEAL RADER. Ostrander. Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 
ARLAN PAUL RATFIFF. Springfield. Ohio 

M.S. Physics 
THOMAS JOHN REASTER. Dayton. Ohio 

M.A. Non-school Guidance 
JAMES ROBERT REBMANN. Lexington 

M.A. Geography 

ORVILLE KENT REED. Wellston. Ohio 

M.S. Physical Education 
RONALD LYLE REID. Manchester 

M.A. History 
BRENDA P. RISNER, Manchester 

M.A. English 
HARRIETTE ANN RITTER. Richmond 

M.A. Elementary Education 

CARMEN ROSA RIVERO. Columbia. S.A. 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
JUDGERICHARDSON ROACH. Eau Galhe. Fla. 

M.A. Physical Education 
CARLC. ROBINSON. Jenkins 

M.S. Biology 
JENNIFER ARNOLD ROBINSON. Kettering. Ohio 

M.A. History 

CATHY D. SCHILLER. Buffalo. New York 

M.S. Physical Education 
WILLIAM FREDERICK SCHOPKE III. Lake Alfred. Fla. 

M.M.E. Piano 
JAMES PAULSCHRECKER. Louisville 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JANE WADE SKELTON. Grove City. Pa. 

M.A. Business Education 

ARNOLD RAY SLUSHER. Harlan 

M.A. History 
CARL A. SMITH. Richmond 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
ERIC ALAN SMITH. Dayton. Ohio 

M.A. Geography 
WILLIAM ALBERT SMITH II. Erlanger 

M.B.A. Management 

MANUEL RAY SPENCER. Richmond 

M.A. Geography 
JOAN C.STAFFORD. Paris 

M.A. English 
WILLIAM B. STEVENS. Pmeville 

M.A. Education 
WILLIAM L. STOESS. Crestwood 

M.A. Non-school Guidance and Counseling 




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478 GRADUATES PET-STO 




CHARLES MICHAEL STOKES. Monticello 

MP. A. Political Science 
GREGORY HUNT STONER. Hagerstown 

M.A. Non-school Guidance 
ANNA S. STURGILL. Lexington 

M.S. Psychology 
SHICHANG SUNG, Seoul. Korea 

M.B.A. Accounting 

JEANNE MARIE SWITZER. Bellevue 

M.A. Educational Psychology and Guidance 
JOHN ALLAN SWOPE. Lexington 

M.B.A. Economics 
RICHARD WAYNE TABOR. Crossville. Tenn. 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
HOWARD RICKY TATUM. Lebanon 

M.A. Business Education 

LOUIS RICHARD TAYLOR. Wilhamstown 

M.A. Education 
PAUL ANTHONY TERSTEGGE. Louisville 

M.B.A. Business 
ROBERT BRYAN VAN HOOSE. Paintsville 

SPECIALIST Pupil Personnel 
HAZEL R. WALKER, Dayton. Ohio 

M.A. Business Education 

JAMES WATSON WEBB. Hazard 

M.A. English 
JAMES LEON WHITTAMORE. Bybee 

M.A. Industrial Education 
CHARLES H. WILLIAMS. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

M.S. Biology 
DANIEL E. WILSON. Middlesboro 

M.A. Political Science 



PHYLLIS ANN WRIGHT. Cumberland, Md. 

M.A. History 
SISTER AGNES ZISSULIS. Brockton. Mass. 

M.A. English 



GRADUATES/STO-ZIS 479 



Spring Permits Outdoor Learnin, 



CONSTANCE KATHRYN BAKER. Oneida. Tenn. 

A, A. Nursing 
MARY CLAY BENTON. Pans 

A. A. Nursing 
DOTTIE BOWLING. Manchester 

A. A. Nursing 
KATHLEEN FAYE BROWNING. Mitchellsburg 

A. A. Nursing 

JOYCE L. BYRUM. Louisville 

A. A, Nursing 
LiNDASUECATON. Harrodsburg 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CARRIE M. CHEET. Cynthiana 

A. A. Nursing 
TRUDY JEAN CLAUNCH. Burgin 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

JACKIE KARLACOPELAND. Owensboro 

A. A. Nursing 
SHEILA KAY CRAIG. Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
SHIRLEY LORINECRAWFORD. Newport 

A. A. Nursing 
DORA R, COLBENSON. Richmond 

A A Nursing 




ROTC cadets learn camouflage techniques during a field training exercise. 



480 ASSOCIATES BAK-COL 




JANEGAYLECURTIS. Springfield 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
LINDA SUE CURTIS. Millersburg 

A. A. Nursing 
NANCY DIANE DAUGHERTY. Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
MARY ELIZABETH DURBIN. Irvine 

A. A. Recreation 

SHARON MARIE ERHART, Kalida. Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
DONNA JEAN FISHER. Louisville 

A. A. Recreation 
REBECCA LYNN GARRETT. Irvine 

A. A. Office Administration 
CHADWICK RAY HARPER. London 

A. A. Pre-Pharmacy 

BILLIE JO HEATHMAN. Richmond 

A. A. Nursing 
CHARLENE HENDERSON. Irvmgton 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
JUDITH ANN HOUSEFIELD. Hamilton. Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
SHARON ANN JOHNSON. Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 



ASSOCIATES/CUR-JOH 481 



JOHNNIE G. JONES, Lexington 

A. A. Nursing 
JOAN RENNE KENNEDY, Owensboro 

A. A. Nursing 
MARCIA ANN KIRKLAND, Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
JANICE KAYE LAMB, Mitchellsburg 

A. A. Nursing 

PATRICIA ANNE LANE, Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
ELIZABETH SUE LAWS, London 

A A. Nursing 
BARBARA ANN LINDER, Centerville. Ohio 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
BARB A. LUBRECHT. Ft. Mitchell 

A. A. Nursing 

BARBARA ANN McCORD, Winchester 

A. A. Medical Assisting 
DONNA JEAN McDONALD, Harlan 

A. A. Child Care 
MARTHA JEAN MARLOWE. Bradfordsville 

A. A. Nursing 
JULIO CESAR MARTINEZ, Caracas. Venezuela 

A. A. Applied Electronics 

BARBARA JO MATTHEWS. Murray Hill. N.J. 

A. A. Nursing 
NANCY GAYLE MAY, Perryville 

A. A. Nursing 
RENE LYNN MAURIELLO, Louisville 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
KAREN SUE MEENACH. Cold Spring 

A. A. Nursing 

NORMA LOUISE NAGLE. Richmond 

A. A. Nursing 
ROBERTA LOUISE PARK. Centerville, Ohio 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
BEVERLY JEAN PETERS, South Shore 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CATHIE L. PORT, North Syracuse. N.Y. 

A. A. Nursing 

PEGGY DIANNE RICE. Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
MARLA ELAINE SAMPLE. Louisville 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT W.SAMS. London 

A. A. Industrial Technology 
STEPHANIE DAY SCHLOEMER. Frankfort 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

JILL SHANAHAN. Nicholasville 

A. A. Nursing 
SHERRYL IRENE SHRADER. Louisville 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CATHY JOAN SMITH, Gray Hawk 

A. A. Business 
TERESA J. SMITHER, Scott AFB, III. 

A. A. Nursing 




482 ASSOCIATES/JON-SMI 



Associate Programs Broaden Reach 



SUSAN ANN STEGER, Florence 

A. A. Food Service Technology 
ELLEN LYNNE STEVENSON, Albion, N.Y. 

A. A. Food Service 
VICKI SUE TACKETT. Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
JANE DAWSON TAYLOR, Bradstown 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

RITA CAROLE TAYLOR, Dry Ridge 

A. A. Nursing 
RONALD E. THOMPSON, Paris 

A. A. Industrial Technology 
JAMES WILLIAM THORNTON, Bradfordsville 

A. A. Agriculture 
LENANE TURNER, Barnesville, Ohio 

A. A. Food Service Technology 

JOE IVA WASHINGTON, Lynch 

A. A. Recreation 
CHRIS WILLIAM WOEGENS, Canal Zone, Panama 

A. A. Drafting and Design 
KATHLEEN MARIE YOUNG, Junction City 

A. A. Secretarial Science 




The capping ceremony marks a climax in the student nurse's career. 



ASSOCIATES/STE-YOU 483 




fES 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Connie Palsgrove. Secretary; Art Cassil, President; Patty Taylor. Treasurer; Ginger Spriggs. Student Senate; Bob 
Iglehart. Vice-President; Judy Wessel. Student Senate. 

Juniors Take 
Election Initiative 

Looking to a new year the Class of '72 
was the first class to hold its own elections in 
an attempt to create more interest. This was 
successful as other classes soon followed 
suit by holding their elections. 

Under the leadership of its president, Art 
Cassil, the class built a float for Homecom- 
ing, contributed to the Century Fund, and 
sponsored the Prom and Prom Concert in the 
spring. 



486 JUNIORS 



V».*:T ^» 




PAUL J. ADAMO Fort Knox 
MATTIEL ADAMS Premium 
ALBERT B ADELGREN Lakewood. N.Y. 
CAROLYN ADKINSVirgie 
JAMES C ADRIAN Lexington 
TERRY J AKERS Louisville 
PATRICIA S. ALEXANDER Ravenna 
MARYM ALFORD Lexington 

DIANA L. ALLEN Richmond 
WILLIAM R. ALLEN Louisville 
ELIZABETH P. AMBROSE Richmond 
RALPH ANDERSON Lancaster 
JEAN A. ANSLEY Kenton. 0. 
DALE C. ARCANGELI Interlaken. N Y. 
DANIEL S ARGABRIGHT Anderson. Ind. 
WILLIAM C. ASHBY Valley Station 

LINDA L. ATKINSON Louisville 
JIM E AUSTIN Pleasure Ridge Park 
THOMAS E- AVERITT. JR. Thomson. Ga. 
CAROLYN BAGWELL Louisville 
DEBORAH L BAILEY Demossville 
DEVONAL BAILEY Louisville 
CHARLES D. BAKER Mt. Vernon 
JAMES M. BAKER Corbin 

ROBERT J. BAKER North Bend. 0. 
ELIZABETH A. BALLARD Lexington 
JACK R. BARBER Ashland 
CHARLES A. BARR Louisville 
JAMES C BARTLESON Burgin 
ROGER L BASHAM Louisville 
BRUCE M. BASS Louisville 
WILLIAM K. BATTE Cynthiana 

LINDA L. BAUER Harrison. 0. 
DANIEL J. BAUR Athens. 0. 
JEANNE T BAYER Baltimore, Md. 
JOHN R. BEAM Bardstown 
WILLIAM J. BEARD Fairdale 
CLIFFORD V. BECKHAM Louisville 
LINDA F BEECHBOARD Monticello 
DWIGHTM BEGLEY Lebanon 

DEBORAH E BEHYMER Hillsboro. 0. 
JAMES BELLVicco 
LENISER BELL Louisville 
ROBERT J BELLMAN Wilmore 
JACK T. BENNINGS Ft. Mitchell 
LINDA A BENTLEY South Portsmouth 
NOVELLA BENTLEY Wayland 
PATRICIA A. BENTLEY Louisville 

WANDA L. BERRY Ghent 

KEITH T. BERTRAND Arima. Trinidad 

ANAM. BIBBS Louisville 

BETTY A. BINGHAM Barbourville 

LINDA J. BLACKWOOD Cincinnati. 0. 

HOWARD D.BLAKE Paris 

RANDY E. BLANKENSHIPStanville 

PATRICIA E. BLOCK Williamsburg. 0. 

HARVEY H. BODLEY Loveland, 0. 
CAROLYN L. BOGGESS Greenville 
DANIEL U. BORDEN Covington 
ELAINE L. BORING Mt. Gilead. 0. 
STEVEN K. BORING Mt. Gilead. 0. 
PAMELA K. BOSTICK Lebanon, 0. 
JOHN C. BOWERS Alexandria 
STEPHANIE K. BOWERS New Carlisle. 0. 

G. PAULETTE BOWLIN Richmond 
REBECCA J. BOWLING London 
CLYDE W. BOYLES South Shore 
ELINDA C. BOYLES South Shore 
SARAH A. BRADFORD Danville 
SHERRI L. BRADLEY Somerset 
LYNDA C. BRAMEL Maysvllle 
BARBARA A. BRAY Butler 



JUNIORS/ADA-BRA 487 



RAYMOND 0. BRENDA Crab Orchard 
GARY D. BREWER Louisa 
JOHN D. BRIDEWELL Alexandria 
KURT H. BROERING Cold Springs 
ALICE M BROOKS Frankfort 
DALE S. BROOKS Wilson. NY 
LESLIEC BROSIUS Hamilton. 0. 
ARTIE K. BROWN West Liberty 

DONNA J. BROWN Bardstown 
JAMES C. BROWN Liberty 
MICHAEL C BROWN Lexington 
PHILLIP E BROWN Louisville 
WILLIAM D BROWN Dayton. 0. 
DARLENEA BRUCE Louisville 
CHARLES S BRUNKERCynthiana 
GEORGE C. BRYANT Burnside 

JO ANNE BUCHANAN Lebanon, 0. 
ANNE E. BUCKHOLZ Frankfort 
BARBARA A, BUDKE Covington 
PEGGY S. BUIS Eubank 
DOROTHY A. BULCHER Versailles. 0. 
JUDITH A, BULLOCK Brodhead 
ANNE K BURDETTE Lebanon 
JANICE 0- BURDETTE Lancaster 

DAVID A. BURDINE Lexington 
PATRICIA Y. BURKE Hamilton. 
SUZANNE R BURKHART Valley Station 
ANN L. BURKHEAD Mt Washington 
BILLY J. BURTON Pleasure Ridge Park 
BRENDA BURTON Dayton 
SHERRILL L. BURTON Monticello 
BARRY L. BUSH Winchester 

J THOMAS CAHILL Levittown. Pa 
PATRICIA E. CALICO Berea 
R KIP CAMERON Hopkinsville 
EARL F, CAMIC Harrodsburg 
DIANE CAMPBELL Mt Sterling 
LARRY J CAMPBELL Richmond 
LINDA K CAMPBELL Lexington 
TOMMY D CAMPBELL Lebanon, 

CATHERINE M CANDLER Stanford 
DEBBY K CANTRILL Fairborn. 0- 
VELMAJ CAREY Pleasure Ridge Park 
CAROLYN J CARNES Richmond 
JO ANN CARNES Richmond 
JASPER CARPENTER Lexington 
BARRY D CARRENDER Burgin 
FRANCIS J. CARRICO Louisville 

KEITH F. CARROLL Cincinnati. 0. 
REBECCA L CARTWRIGHT Akron. 0. 
JANET E CASWELL Paris 
VERENA E CATRON Kassel. Germany 
JO ANNE CAVALIER Huntington. N.Y. 
CHARLES M. CECIL St. Franis 
JOHN R CECIL New Haven 
JOHN T. CENTER Campton 

WENDELL T. CHANEY Centerville.O. 
CARL D. CHAPLIN Richmond 
LINDA L. CHAPMAN Lexington 
NINACHASE Richmond 
RICK CHASTEEN Cynthiana 
WILLIAM F. CHENAULT Lexington 
DEBORAH E. CHESTNUT Louisville 
MARY LEE CHILDERS Middletown 

TERRY R. CHITTUM Miamisburg. 0- 
EVELYN L. CHRISMAN Sand Gap 
AL CLARK Trenton. N.J. 
MICHAEL W. CLARK Richmond 
MICHAEL A. CLAYTON Lenoxburg 
DELORES J CLEVINGER Breaks. Va 
OWEN L. CLUTTERBUCK Newport 
DANIEL J. COALT Englewood, 




488 JUNIORS/BRE-COA 



Calendar Brings August Registration 




SARAH M.COBB Ft Mitchell 
GWENDOLYN COBURN Ashland 
SAMUEL T. COCKERHAM Beattyville 
EVELYN COLE Louisville 
GILLIAM L. COLE Winchester 
WILLIAM M, COLLINS Richmond 
TED L. COLVIN Foster 
CHARLOTTE A. COMBS Camden, 0. 

MIMIAJ.CONLEY Garrett 
LARRY C.CONNER Paris 
PETER J. CONWAY Hornell. NY. 
W, MICHAEL CONWAY Kettering. 
CHERYL W.COOK Paris 
ROY W. COOP Albany 
KERRY A COOPER Louisville 
MELVAA CORNELIUS Fairfield, 0. 

DIANA C. CORNETT Cawood 
DOUGLAS K. CORNETT Louisville 
JOHNNY D. CORNETT Hazard 
BRENDA C. CORNETTE Paintsville 
PATRICIA M. CORNWELL Louisville 
JUDITH R. COSBY Richmond 
MARGARET B. COTTEN Springfield, 
GARY L. COX Ehzabethtown 




REGISTRATION 
HECK IN 

MEN 





WO MEN 




Signs marking the way help to simplify registration. 



JUNIORS/COB-COX 489 



Leisure Time is Well Spent 



TERRY C- COX Frankfort 
BRENDA K. CRAFT South Shore 
NORMA S CRAFT Mayking 
JON M. CRAIG New Albany. Ind. 
CHARLOTTE F CRAIN Lawrenceburg 
DAVID P CRAVEN Ft Mitchell 
KATHLEEN L CREGER Eminence 
SHERIDAN L CROSS Elsmere 

DONNA F. CROSSFIELD Lawrenceburg 
MELLW CROUCH. JR Springfield 
MARGARET M. CROUCHER Richmond 
DOUGLAS L CROWE Winchester 
CONNIE R CUNDIFF Liberty 
JOHNW CURLIS Stanford 
MARY C DAKEL Maineville. 0. 
ROBERT DANIEL Corbin 

THOMAS H. DANIELSON Lakewood. NY. 
LYNNS DAVIDSON Pleasant Plain, 0. 
BRUCE H DAVIS Monticello 
MARY A DAVIS Lancaster 
MITTIER DAVIS Paducah 
SYLVIAS DAVIS Richmond 
KEITH DAY Crab Orchard 
JAMES A DEAN Harrodsburg 

WILLIAN E. DEATHERAGE Lexington 
GILBERT DEATON London 
EVELYN R DEBELLMt Washington 
MIKEK. DEEB Louisville 
PATRICIA A. DEES Shelbyville 
ARLIE DELPH Manchester 
AMIL D. DEMROW Stanford 
JAMES L DENNIS Dayton. 








Taking advantage of Indian summer, this couple enjoys a pleasant lunch 



490 JUNIORS/COX-DEN 




CHERILYNN S DERONDE Loveland, 0. 
MICHAEL J. DICKMAN Ft. Thomas 
CONNIE J. DILSMiamisburg. 0. 
LARRY D. DIXON Jenkins 
CHARLES L DORROH Hopkinsville 
RICK D. DRAKE Monticello 
CHERYL D. DRINGENBURG Florence 
DOUGLAS D. DROZ Pleasure Ridge Park 

JEFFREY M. DUFF Lexington 
LAWRENCE DULIN. JR. Louisville 
RITA J. DULL Gratis. 0. 
DARYL L. DUNAGAN Mill Springs 
PHYLLIS G. DUNAWAY Miamisburg, 
EMILY S. DURRETT Smithfield 
KITTY B. DYEHOUSE Lancaster 
WILLIAM T. ECKLAR Greenville, 0. 

EMMA J. EDINGTONSmai 
FRANK W. EDWARDS. JR. Danville 
KAREN L EDWARDS Louisville 
HARDIN M EGERTON Elizabethtown 
SUE C. EHRMAN Fairview Park, 0. 
ROBERT E EKLE Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 
JAMES R. ELAM Monticello 
JERRY R. ELAM Monticello 

WILLIAM V. ELAM Plumber's Landing 
DONNA L. ELDREDGE Pamtsville 
BRENDAR ELLIS Moreland 
JESSL. ELLIS Shelbyville 
STEPHEN C. ELLIS Shelbyville 
ROSEMARY E. ELMER Ft. Thomas 
KENNETH L ERNSPIKER. JR. Jeffersontown 
BELINDA K. ESTEPP Mt. Sterling. 0. 




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JUNIORS/DER-EST 491 



MARSHA J, ESTRIDGE Hyden 
BARBARA S,. EVANS Richmond 
JAMES H EVANS. JR Danville 
KATHERINE E EVANS Georgetown 
LINDAC FARLEY Danville 
MYRAG FEAGANS Lexington 
SHARRON T FERMAN Louisville 
CATHY C. FERRELL Delaware, 0. 

EVAS. FERRELL Dayton. 0. 

FRANK J FESSLER Newport 

B. SUSAN FISCHER LaGrange 

STEVE A. FISK Dry Ridge 

ROYW. FITEToler 

LINDA A FLEMING Louisville 

RITA S FLORENCE Falmouth 

STANLEY L. FORSYTHE Wilhamstown 

REX D FORTNER Florence 
CAROL G FOSSON Russell 
SARAH E FRALIX Florence 
SANDRA K. FREYTAG Beloit. 0. 
NANETTE J. FRITZ North Ridgeville. 0. 
BONNIE FROST Booneville 
JACK D. FROST Richmond 
DALE FUGATE Rowdy 

CLOAC. FULTON Richmond 
RAY E FURNISH Covington 
JAMES W GABHART Lexington 
BRENDA R. GAFFNEY Lancaster 
SUSAN M GARLAND East Loveland. 0. 
KRISTINE R. GARLING Dayton. 0. 
JACQUELINE GARR Lancaster 
WANDA F. GARR Lexington 

MARSHALL GARRETT Bardstown 
PHYLLIS GARRETT Dayton. 0. 
JANE E. GAUCH West Manchester 
FRED R. GEHRON Sunsberry. 0. 
CAUSAUNDRA GENTRY Lexington 
GRADY G. GILLESPIE Lexington 
M.GENEGILLESPIE Lexington 
PAMELA G.GILLISPIE Paris 

SHELIAE GINTERMt. Sterling 
FRANCES E GIRDNER Barbourville 
LARRY W GITHERMAN Carrollton 
GLORIA F GLASS Middletown. 
EARL D. GODSEY Somerset 
TERRY W. GOEBEL Florence 
LARRY W. GOINS Bellevue 
GARY GOODLETT Taylorsville 

DEBORAH A. GRAVIL Ft. Thomas 
DONNA M GRAY Frankfort 
TEVISP. GRAYCynthiana 
ROD GREEN Danville 
ANNE GREGORY Wilmington. 
CHARLES W, GRIFFIN Grant County 
RANDAL G. GRIMME Ft Mitchell 
DWIGHT A. GRISSOM Richmond 

PATSY L. GROSS Hazard 
SUSAN K. HAAS Wauseon, 0. 
TOLENE HACKER Oneida 
ANN R. HAGAN Paint Lick 
JOANN HAIRSTON Lexington 
SHERREL K. HALL Ravenna 
TEDDY HALL Hi Hat 
TOMMY HALLKitts 

TRUMAN S. HALL Wayland 

GEORGE W. HALSEY Walton 

LINDA A. HAMILTON Loretto 

GARY R HAMMONDS Louisa 

RICK T. HAMPTON Erlanger 

SHARON A. HANNA Crestwood 

RALPH HANNAH Inez 

GEORGE B. HANRAHAN. JR. Frankfort 




492 JUNIORS/EST-HAN 



Book-Buying Completes Preparation 



JUDY HANSON Dayton. 0- 
ROBERT L. HARDIN Burgin 
ROGER W. HARDIN Bethel. 0. 
PEGGY A. HARMON Gravel Switch 
TERRI G. HARMON Reading. 0. 
CHARLOTTE L HARRIS Prestonsburg 
BARBARA J HARRISON Erlanger 
PENELOPE A. HASEKOESTER Southgate 

DIANE M. HASLINGER Eremont. 0. 
SUSAN K. HAWKINS Georgetown 
ROXANNE HEEKIN Rockford. 
BARBARA A. HEFFRON Reading. 0. 
S. ANN HEIMColumbus.O 
VERLAM HELLARDLivmgston 
CARYN E. HELMS McAndrews 
YVONNE S. HEMPFLING Hebron 

JAN L. HENNESSEY Gainesville. Fla. 
ADELEL HERALD Greenup 
DAVID M. HEY Cincinnati 
BRENDA K. HIBBERD Louisville 
STEVE HICKS Corbin 
CAROLYN S. HIERONYMUS McKee 
GREG C HIGGINS Williamson. W.Va. 
SUZANNE M. HIGGINS Hopkinsville 

DIANE K HILL Louisville 
JAMES D. HILL Ravenna 
MONAL. HILL Brooksville 
RUSSELL W. HILL Lucasville. 0. 
SHARON K. HILL Allen 
PHILLIP R. HINES Lebanon. 0. 
LAFES. HINKLE II Louisa 
CONNIE D. HINKLEY Pleasureville 




Books selected, these Eastern students stand in their last long line before classes begin. 



JUNIORS/HAN-HIN 493 



Campus Provides Opportunities 




Not all the places to study are man made, as is demonstrated by prop- 
ping against a handy tree to read. 



494 JUNIORS 




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PATRICIA A. HODGE Shepherdsville 
KENNETH J. HOFFMAN Cold Spring 
ROBERT E. HOFFMAN II Cleves, 0. 
DEBORAH P. HOLCOMB Southportsmouth 
RONALD J HOLIHAN Syracuse. NY. 
GARY D. HOLLAN Austin, Ind. 
DONNA L. HOLLAND Campbellsville 
GAIL R. HOLLOWELL Fort Thomas 

JUDY L. HOLMAN Brodhead 
PATRICIA A. HONEYCUTT Pinetop 
DONNA G. HORN Harrodsburg 
CATHY D. HORNSBY Tyner 
ROY B HOURIGAN Lebanon 
BRENDA D. HOUSE London 
HAROLD B. HOUSTON II Louisville 
CAROL J. HOWARD Loyall 

SUSAN HOWARD Middlesboro 
STAN C. HOWELL Lexington 
JIMMIE L HRANICKYSomerset 
CAROL D. HUBBARD Cincinnati, 0. 
MARY J. HUFFAKER Monticello 
JOYCE L HUGHES Louisville 
JULIA E HUGUELY Richmond 
MARSHA H. HUGULEY Richmond 

PHILLIP W. HUNT Mount Vernon 
FLOYD D HURSH Springfield. 0. 
LUTHER C. HUTCHERSON Frankfort 
KENNETH R. IDLE Reykjavek. Iceland 
ROBERT J. IGLEHART Hamilton. 0. 
ALICE C. INSKOOwensboro 
VICTORIA E IRWIN Ashland 
ROSIE M ISAACS Waynesburg 

JOSEPH D. ISON Cumberland 
RONALD E. ISON Jeremiah 
MARY A. JACINA Lexington 
BARBARA G. JACKSON Richmond 
LINDA C. JACKSON Louisville 
W GLENN JACKSON Cincinnati. 0. 
DAPHNE R. JEFFREIS Hustonville 
JOANIE M.JENKINS Danville 

GORDON L. JETT Valley Station 
RICKIL.JETTMt. Olivet 
DONALD C. JEWELL Mt. Eden 
BARRY C.JOHNS Pikeville 
KITTY L. JOHNS Nicholasville 
VIRGINIA S. JOHNS Nicholasville 
CAROL A. JOHNSON London 
NOBLE T. JOHNSON Marshall, Tex. 

PATRICIA A. JOHNSON Melvin 
PHILIP JOHNSON Newport 
STEPHEN JOHNSON II Oberlm. 0. 
JACQUELINE JONES Lexington 
LAWRENCE D. JONES Lexington 
NANCY A. JONES Henderson 
SHARON B. JONES Lexington 
WILLIAM D. JONES, JR. Winchester 

CAROLE L. JORDAN Ashland 
JAN W. JORDAN Lexington 
MARTHA A. JORDAN Covington 
BETTY L.JOSEPH Decoy 
GLENDA R. JUDD Yosemite 
MARSHA D. JUSTICE Pikeville 
JERRY L. KALLOP Lexington 
KATY L. KARRICK Lexington 

GALIB E. KAWAJA Prestonsburg 
JOHN M. KEARNS Cynthiana 
LINDA J. KEES Alexandria 
CHESTER KEETON Battle Creek. Mich. 
N. FAYRENE KEITH Parkers Lake 
KAREN A. KELLERMAN Louisville 
NANCY S. KELLEY Ft. Mitchell 
RALPH D. KELLY Pikeville 



JUNIORS/HOD-KEL 495 



KENNETH S. KELSAY Taylor Mill 
ALBERT S KENNEDY Midway 
BETTINA E. KIDD Falmouth 
EVELYN M. KIDDCorbin 
SHARYAN L. KIDD Pine Knot 
JAMES S. KIDWELL. JR. Covington 
CHARLES L- KIESTER London 
JUDYS. KIESTER London 

JANICE E. KINDER Twenty Mile Stand. 0. 
SHIRLEY R KING Richmond 
PAULAS. KINKERCincinnati.O. 
JUDY L. KINMAN Burlington 
DOROTHY A. KINMON Dry Ridge 
KENNETH 0. KLEIN Cincinnati. 0. 
MICHAEL J. KLOPFER Xenia. 0. 
GARRY E KNAUERShepherdsville 

SHIRLEY M, KNAUER Williamsburg. 0. 
THOMAS L. KNECHT Brookville. Ind. 
BARBARA I. KNUDSEN Batavia. 
ALICE K KRAIG Louisville 
RICHARD S KRUCKER Hamilton. 0. 
RICHARD E. KURTZ Lodi. N.J. 
MICHIKO KWAK Richmond 
TERRY L. LAKE St. Albins. W.Va. 

MARYANNE LAMB Erlanger 
BRENDA G LANDRUM Rowdy 
DANNY D LANECampton 
BRUCE M LANGE Newark. 0. 
ANDREA LANGHORST Cincinnati. 0. 
KAREN A LATIMER Wilhamstown 
CLAUDE R. LAY. JR. Cumberland 
LINDA A LAZZA Wharton. 0. 

KATHY J LEACH Paris 
JOHNC LEAKE Raywick 
RICEW. LEARBurgin 
EILEEN G. LEDFORD Paint Lick 
LONNIE S LEFEVERS Pineville 
PEGGY A LEMAY Fairfield. 0. 
JILL A. LEUNIG Louisville 
DUANEA. LEWIS Lexington 

SHIRLEY M. LEWIS Louisville 
ROBERT A. LILLY Richmond 
BETTY C. LITTLETON Covington 
RITAG. LIVINGOOD Carlisle 
SKIP LOBONO West Mifflin. Pa. 
LARRY G LOCKNANE Erlanger 
BILLY R LOCKRIDGE Richmond 
DIANE LOCKRIDGE Mt. Sterling 

CARLAY. LOFTISToler 
MARGIE B. LOGAN Wheelwright 
GWENG LONG Ashland 
JANE R. LONG Cape Coral. Fla. 
KENNETH J. LONG Bethpage. NY. 
JAMES T. LYMAN Piqua. 0. 
CAROLYN LYNCH Booneville 
GERALD F. LYNDES North Ridgeville. 0. 

DAVID L LYONS Pleasureville 
WILLIAM T. MCALLISTER Florence 
PAULA McCANN Lockport. III. 
RICHARD L. McCARREN Harveysburg. 0. 
DANNY A. McCLAIN Paris 
DONNA D. McCLANAHAN Lexington 
ROBERT W, McCLOUD Harrodsburg 
PEGGY A. McCLURE Erlanger 

KATHLEEN M. McCUE Louisville 
JOHN B. McCONAHA Parksville 
NANCY H. McCONNELL Louisville 
BETH A. McCORMACK Lexington 
GARY W McCORMICK Alexandria 
MICHELE A. McCRARY Louisville 
PEGGY R. McCREARY Evarts 
DEBORAH H. McDONALD McKee 





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496 JUNIORS/KEL-McD 



Late Summer Postpones Fall Chills 




DEBORAH J. McDONALD Harlan 
SUSAN F McDONALD Covington 
SHEILIA S. McFARLAND Lawrenceburg 
VICTORIA L- McGUIRE Erlanger 
CHESTER MclNTOSH Jackson 
RUBY MclNTYREUiper 
JIMMY R MclVER Albany 
BEVERLY J. McKeeLatonia 

PEGGY A. McKEE Lebanon, 0. 
BETTY J. McKINNEY Brodhead 
JAMES W McKINNEY. JR. Elkorn City 
BARBARA J. McNABB Erlanger 
JUDITH A. McNICOL Xenia, 
JESSE H McPHERSON Lancaster 
CONSTANCE F. McVICKER Perryville 
JACKY L. McWHORTER Albany 

ELIZABETH A. MacDONALD Louisville 
JAMES C MacKENZIE Hawthorne, N.Y. 
KAREN M. MADRAS Louisville 
RICHARD L. MARKS Georgetown. 0. 
JAMES R MARKSBERRY Shelbyville 
CLAUDIA M MARSHALL Carlisle 
GINGER L. MARTIN Gahanna. 
SHARRON G MASON Booneville 

ROBERT M. MASSENGALE Somerset 
BRENDA L MATTINGLY St. Francis 
CONNIE MATTINGLY Dayton, 0. 
GARRY L MAY Battle Creek. Mich 
GERALD G. MAY Elizabethtown 
PATRICK MAY. JR. Louisa 
JANET T. MAYFIELD Owensboro 
DOUGLAS C MEADE, JR. Pamtsville 




Summer-like temperatures lingered into autumn this year, and shirt- 
sleeved students lounged about into November. 



JUNIORS/McD-MEA 497 



Intramurals Keep Leisure Time Active 



PAT L. MEADE Painstville 
KARREN R MEADORS Pine Knot 
JOHN J. MEAK Umondale. NY 
CHERYL L MEINER Hamilton, 0. 
CHERYL M METCALF Louisville 
NANCY M METZ Brookville. Ind. 
DELMONW MEYER Valley Station 
MERLE H MIDDLETON II Richmond 

CHERYL A. MILLER Gratis. 
DENNIS A MILLER Middlesboro 
GEORGE R MILLER South Shore 
JAMES P MILLER Louisville 
MARYANN MILLER Louisville 
OTISM MILLER Louisville 
SARAH C MILLER Richmond 
WESLEY C MILLER Richmond 





Dogs love ball games, everyone knows that, and this white ball of fuzz 
gets a gentle trip away from hectic intramural action. 



498 JUNIORS MEA-MIL 




ANNE L. MILTON Springfield 
GINGER K. MIRACLE Middlesboro 
DWIGHT E. MITCHELL Dayton, 0. 
BENJAMIN A. MOFFETT Lawrenceburg 
W. GALE MONEY Middlesboro 
JOANNE MOORE Majestic 
JENNIFER R. MOORES Lexington 
ROBERT K. MORAN Barbourville 

ROGER D. MOREFIELD Pans 
SYLVIA MORENO Hazard 
DAVID S. MORGAN Richmond 
GAIL M. MORGAN Ft. Thomas 
LAWRENCE E. MORRELL Louisville 
TOM W. MOVYEOS Union City 
DENNIS W. MULLINS Erlanger 
DEBORAH L. MUNSEY Somerset 

HANNELORE MYATT Tompkinsville 
CAROL E. MYERS Lexington 
DAVID H MYERS New Vienna. 0. 
WALTER C MYNHIER Ashland 
CHARLES P. NADORFF Louisville 
KAVOOSE NAMAZIIran 
LARRY NASHCaneyville 
RICHARD D. NAVARRE Cynthlana 

AILEENNEACE Hazard 
DREXER T. NEAL Cincinnati, 0. 
ELIZABETH T. NEELY Cincinnati. 0. 
JIM R. NEELY Somerset 
DEBORAH L. NELSON Kettering. 0. 
BARBARA J. NICKELL Dayton. 
LINDA C.NICKELLDaysboro 
J3EGINA T. NICHAUS Louisville 

FREDDA A. NIKIRK Danville 
JOY L. NOLAN Middlesboro 
JOELS. NOLAND Irvine 
EILEEN P NUGENT Louisville 
BECKY A. OAKES New Carlisle. 0. 
CAROL L. OLIVER Winchester 
JOYCE L. ORTH Cincinnati. 0. 
CHARLES F. OSBORNE Lexington 

GLENDA F. OSBORNE Brodhead 
MICHAEL B. OSBORNE Clyde. 0. 
SUE E. OUELLETTE Elizabethtown 
SAUNDRA M. OVERSTREET Lancaster 
DANNY H OWEN Newport 
MORRIS W. OWEN Louisville 
KEN R. OWENS Monticello 
PAUL D. PACK Wooton 

SUE PADGETT Georgetown 
GARY D. PALMER Earhngton 
CONSTANCE L. PALSGROVE Vandalia. 0. 
MIKEF. PARK Richmond 
EARLENE F. PARKE Richmond 
BILL J. PARKER Blackey 
RITA L. PARKER Berea 
JERRY L. PARKS Lexington 

J. DARNELL PARKS Richmond 
CLAUDIA S. PARRETT Franklin, 0. 
DIANA L. PARSONS Louisville 
THURMAN M. PARSONS Richmond 
TWYLA L. PARSONS Clay City 
RONNIE R. PARTIN Williamsburg 
CAROLYN J. PATRICK Lexington 
JUDY C. PATRICK Middletown. 0. 

DONALD A. PAULIN Hamilton. 0. 
ALBERT B. PAYNE Front Royal, Va. 
GARY A. PEAKE Fleming 
THOMAS C. PEARSON Carthage. Ind. 
MARTHAJ. PEDDICORDCynthiana 
DONALD E. PELLY Fern Creek 
DAVID L. PENDLETON Lexington 
ROBERT L. PENDYGRAFT Danville 



JUNIORS/MIL-PEN 499 



JAMES L PENNINGTON London 
CAROLYN L. PERKINS Owenton 
LINDA G PERRY Valley Station 
MARTA J. PERRY Ashland 
MARY R PETERSON Lebanon 
RICK E. PETREKOVIC Frankfort 
BILL PETTER Louisville 
CLAIRE F. PFEFFER Maysville 

TONYA S. PHELPS Flatwoods 
ARNOLD PHILLIPS. JR Phelps 
FRANCIS PHILLIPS Winchester 
JOHN H PHILLIPS Winchester 
GERMAINE PHILP Bordentown. N.J. 
MICHAEL H. PICARD Somerset 
DEBORAH A. PIERCE London, 0. 
JANET M PIKE Jeffersontown 

HILLMAN E. PITTMAN Albany 
JEAN R. POHLMAN Louisville 
HOLLY R. POST Fairview Park, 0. 
DAN D. POSTON Burlington 
KENNETH L. POTT Cincinnati. 0. 
RICHARD L. POTTS Valley Station 
RAY E. POWELL Elkhorn City 
VICKIG. POWELL Paducah 

DARYL L. POYNTER Florence 

KERRY W PRATHER Harrodsburg 
SHARON A. PRATHER Cynthiana 
DENNIS A. PRESTON Harrodsburg 
EDNAB PREWITT Lexington 
BRENDA G. PRICE Vincent 
CATHERINEM PRICE Carlisle. 
DAVIDS. PRICE Shelbyville 

WILLIAM G. PRICE II Ocean Springs, Miss. 
WILLIAM R. PRICE Knoxville. Tenn. 
DEBORAH T. PRITCHETT Dayton. 0. 
MARYE PROFFITT Paint Lick 
JERRY M. PURCELL Lancaster 
KAREN A. PURSIFUL Harrison. 0. 
LUCINDA J. PUTNAM Dayton. 
MELVYN F. QUIERO Richmond 

LEZLIE A. RACE Cincinnati, 0. 

BRENDA G. RAINS Monticello 
GREGORY K RAIRDEN Cincinnati. 0. 
LOIS A. RAMSEY Albany 
WILLIAM J. RASINEN Irvine 
ROBERT E. RAY Covington 
LARRY K REDFERN Clarksville. 0. 
LYNNE C. REED Harrodsburg 

PHILLIPG. REED Ft. Thomas 

TOM A. REEVES Ludlow 

DOUGLAS E. REFFITT Xenia. 0. 

MARY K REID Henderson 

JACKIE C. REIFSNYDER North Canton, 0. 

REBECCA E. REINHEIMER Foster 

CHERYL L. RENNER Cincinnati, 0. 

PATRICIA A. RICHARDSON Liberty 

CATHY A. RICHMOND Brookville. Ind. 
EDWIN H. RIDDLEBARGER Portsmouth. 0. 
DC. RIDLEY Louisville 
EDWARD I. RIGSBY Lathan, 0. 
SHARLEEN C. RIPPERDAN Brandenburg 
GLENDA F. ROBERTS Cincinnati. 0. 
ROGER S. ROBERTS Wilmington. 0. 
SUSAN C. ROBERTS Prestonsburg 

H. GENE ROBINETTE Majestic 

CAROL J. ROBINSON Cincinnati. 0. 

ELAINE ROBINSON Gary. Ind. 

JOEF. ROBINSON Orlando 

PAUL R. ROBINSON Ft. Wright 

MARLENE D. ROBINSON Pleasure Ridge Park 

SUE A. RODMAN Danville 

NATALIE RODRIQUEZ Middletown. 0. 




500 JUNIORS/PEN-ROD 



Library Offers Stove Of Learning 




A familiarity with how to find important information in the library 
stacks helps when doing research. 



JUNIORS 501 



Recording Artists Offer Entertainment 



JANICE A ROGAN Bardstown 

DON ROGERS London 

MARY GAIL ROGERS Leeco 

LINDA J. ROLFES Ludlow 

JAMES MYERS ROLLER Gravel Switch 

WILLIAM E ROSE Beattyville 

JULIA L. ROSS Ashland 

SUSAN L. ROSS Ashland 

HARRY L. ROTH II Springfield. 0. 
MARY K ROY Ingle 
BARBARA A. ROYSE Fairfield. 
VIRGINIA A RUBARTSDunnville 
MARGARET B RUDER London 
KATHRYN RULON Wilmington. 0. 
CHARLES M RUSSELL Danville 
SAMUEL D. SALVUCCI West Mifflin. Pa 

ROBERT A. SAMMONS Southshore 
ELMER SAMPSON Harrodsburg 
JOHN G. SANCLIMENTI Carter 
ROBERT M SANDFORD Lexington 
CYNTHIA K. SANDY Latonia 
ELLEN M SAUNDERS Crestwood 
ESAWSAYLORCoxton 
GERRY SCARINGI Bronx. NY 




Progress arts editor Ken Green, right, interviews Oliver before the per- 
former's EKU appearance. 



502 JUNIORS/ROG-SCA 



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BARBARA A. SCHIEMAN Louisville 
LYNNE M. SCHMIDT Covington 
ROGER G SCHOMAKER Newport 
THOMAS E. SCHROEDER Miamisburg, 0. 
CATHERINE M SCOPATotz 
DIANNAK SOCTT Milton 
LINDA L. SEALS Harlan 
DEBORAH A. SENNET Miamisburg, 0. 

JAMES H SETCOVIC Georgetown 
JOSEPH A SETTLES Lexington 
SHARON A. SEVIER Gray 
CHARLES B. SEWELL Winchester 
NORMA B SEWELL Winchester 
RONALD J SHELTON Louisville 
JANM SHEPPARDCmcinnati.O. 
MICHAEL A. SHERRARD Louisville 

SONDRAC. SHIELDS Milford.O. 
GARY W. SHOCKLEY Carlisle. 0. 
VICKI L. SHUMARD Kettering. 0. 
DALE A. SHUPING Lexington 
JOSEPH W SIDIES Paris 
SUSAN E. SIGLER Louisville 
CAROLE L SILLER Newport 
CELINDA L. SIMPSON Dayton, 0. 

HARRY SIMPSON. JR. Lexington 
ROSE M. SIMPSON Lexington 
SHARI SIMPSON Pleasure Ridge Park 
CRAIG S SINGER Atlanta. Ga. 
WANITAM SIPE Lexington 
RANDAL A. SIRCLE Blanchester. 
GREGORY A. SKAGGS Allison Park, Pa. 
JOHNNIE 0. SLONEPikeville 

CARLOS R. SMITH. JR. Louisville 
CONNIE S. SMITH CrabOrchard 
DEBORAH K. SMITH Burnington 
DONNAK. SMITH Crab Orchard 
JAMES D SMITH Cincinnati, 0. 
JOHN L. SMITH London 
LAMONDA D.SMITH Paris 
THADDEUS SMITH Winchester 

WILMA JEAN SMITH Manchester 

JAMES D. SMOTHERS Gravel Switch 

JOSEPH R. SMOTHERS Gravel Switch 

JANET E SMYERS Louisville 

ERMA J. SNAPPCynthiana 

DONALD R SPARKS Xenia, 0. 

RAYMOND L SPARNON. JR. Hackettstown. N.J. 

BRENDA J. SPEAGLE Independence 

RICHARD A. SPENCER Louisville 
GINGER L SPRIGGSCehna.O. 
BERMA L. STAHLCharlottesville, Va. 
TIMOTHY L. STANFORD Hebron 
PAUL S. STANSBURY Fern Creek 
LEE A. STEELE Corbin 
ELIZABETH T. STEFANICS Dayton, 0. 
HOWARD T. STEINER Elizabethtown 

LARRY M. STIDHAM Jackson 
JUDITH A. STIEBEL Louisville 
TERESA A. STILES Bellbrook, 0. 
EDDIE S STOKES Fern Creek 
KATHERINE L. STOLL Owensboro 
RANDALL M. STONE Toler 
STEVEN W. STRAUSBAUGH Irwin, 0. 
DAVID S. STREVELS Parksville 

RONNIE L. SULLIVAN Ransom 
PATRICIA A. SUMNER Whitley City 
KAREN L. SURFACE Rockville. Md. 
DAVID W. SUTHERLAND Providence 
LINDA S. SWANGO Hamilton. 0. 
JIMMY TACKETT Louisville 
LESLIE G. TAIT Cincinnati. 0. 
MARY J. TAYLOR Lexington 



JUNIORS/SCH-TAY 503 



MELINDA J. TAYLOR Brooksville 
RALPH D TAYLOR Lebanon. 
DARRYL J. TEDDER Anchorage 
JON C. THALMAN Dayton. 0. 
LEWIS S.THARP Bedford 
BARBARA A. THOMAS Pine Knot 
BRENDA G THOMPSON Jackson 
MARSHA J. TRACY Richmond 

TONI C. TRIMBLE Richmond 
CHANDOS E. TROUTMAN. JR Owensboro 
GLORIA J. TURNER Booneville 
MARGARET A. TURNER Trotwood. 0. 
SHARON G. TURNER Hyden 
JAMES T. TURPIN Dayton. 0. 
LINDA J. TUTTLE Cincinnati. 0. 
KENNETH B. TWYMAN Valley Station 

ALICE A UNDERHILL Louisville 
LINDA J UNDERWOOD Hamilton. 0. 
REBECCA S. UNGER Lewisburg, 0. 
GARY K. UPCHURCH Monticello 
DOUG K VANCE Lexington 
KENNETH J. VanDEUENTER Elmhurst. III. 
BETTY J. Van DIVER Burgin 
VIRGINIA M, VAUGHN Providence 

MARCIA J. VERVILLE Maysville 
DARRELL VIRES Chavies 
BARBARA J. VITTITOE Louisville 
THERESA M. WACLAWSKI Louisville 
STEPHEN W. WADDLE Berea 
BILLIE W WADE Lebanon 
TOM R. WAGNER St. Louis. Mo. 
CONNIE F, WAINRIGHT Cincinnati, 0. 

WILLIAM F. WALKER. JR. Prestonsburg 
HILDA A WALLWaynesburg 
KENNETH W. WALTERS Clearwater. Fla. 
JUANITA F. WARFORD Mt. Eden 
LARRY A. WARREN Waynesburg 
BRENDA J. WASHINGTON Midway 
DEBORAH G. WATSON Brodhead 
PAULA WEAVER Dayton. 0. 

CALVIN R. WEBB Livingston 
FREDA G.WEBB Louisville 
ROBERT A WEBELER Cincinnati. 0. 
JOY L. WELCH McKee 
PAUL WELCH McKee 
KATHY L. WELDON Lexington 
DEBORAH L. WELLS Carrollton 
WILLIAM B. WELLS Richmond 

JOE. WESLEY Lexington 
JUDY R. WESSEL Louisville 
WILLIAM M. WETHINGTON Walton 
RONALD E. WHEATLEY Louisville 
DENISE WHEELER Westerville 
VICKIE L. WHEELER Bristol. Va. 
JOHN W WHITE Crab Orchard 
ROGER D. WHITEHOUSE Bloomfield 

DONNA L. WHITTEN Louisville 
S. DARLENE WILBORN Shelbyville 
SANDRA L. WILDE Dayton. 0. 
COLLEEN A. WILLETT Louisville 
KRISTA K. WILLIAMS Pamtsville 
LINDA L. WILLIAMS Covington 
DAVID E. WILSON Brookville. 0. 
JUDY A. WILSON Brooksville 

JUDY L. WILSON Edmonton 
MICHAEL A. WILSON Lexington 
MICHAEL J. WILSON Oakland, Calif. 
BEVERLY J. WIND Bellevue 
DEBORAH D. WINKLE Irvine 
MARGARET A. WIRES Lexington 
BARBARA E. WISCHER Covington 
JAMES D.WITT Orlando 




504 JUNIORS/TAY-WIT 



Greenhouse Gives Year-Round Flowers 




SANDRA M. WITT Lexington 
NANCY S. WOLFER Hillsboro. 
TIN-JOR WONG British Hong Kong 
JAMES R. WOOD Cincinnati. 0. 
KRISTIN M. WOODXenia.O. 
KAY E. WOODINGTON Ovid, N.Y. 
GREGORY A. WOODRUFF Sabina, 0. 
ELMER WOODY Pittsburgh 

AIDA R. WOOLEY Ft Pierce, Fla. 
DORIS C. WORKMAN Morning View 
LEWIS E. WORKMAN Piner 
CONSTANCE K, WOZNY Louisville 
JAMES E WRIGHT, JR. Louisville 
JANE E, WRIGHT Prestonsburg 
WANDA M. WRIGHT Lexington 
WILLIAM G, WYATT Hopewell, Va 

LARRY R. WYNN Crittenden 
FUMIHIKO YAGI Tokyo, Japan 
PHILIP D, YANCEY Frankfort 
DALEE. YERIAN Dayton, 0. 
BARBARA A. YOAK Paintsville 
ELIZABETH A. YOUNG Thompkinsville 
PATSEY A. YOUNG Forest Park, 0. 
PAMELA J. ZEA Neptune. N.J. 



ELAINE L. ZIMMERMAN Fairborn. 0. 
SUSAN M ZOLLER Louisville 




Greenhouse production students learn proper techniques. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Karrol Guy. secretary; 
Debbie Tully, reporter. Sharon Crews, student senate. BACK ROW: Dave 
Fogt. treasurer: Tyler D. Cox. president. Larry Cleveland, vice president. 
Terry Sullivan, student senate. 

Sophomores Become 
More Involved 

One year of college life finished, EKU's 
sophomores were prepared for a year of full 
involvement. Whether involved in student 
organizations or with a more concrete circle 
of friends, sophomores were more ready for 
the college experience — including classes — 
than they had been a year earlier. 

Feeling their feet just touching the ground, 
sophomores reached the mid-point of their 
undergraduate careers with the end of the 
year. 

In their major activity of the year, the 
sophomores elected Tyler D. Cox as class 
president. 



506 SOPHOMORES 




GEORGE H. ABELL. JR. Louisville 
BONNIE M ABOUD Louisville 
NANCY T ACKERMAN Ft. Thomas 
DEBORAH E. ADAMS Winchester 
DONNA G. ADAMS Sarasota. Fla. 
FRANCES L. ADAMS Ehzabethtown 
JAMES D. ADAMS Shelbyville 
STEPHEN M. ADAMS Louisville 

MICHAEL G. ADKINS Ludlow 
SUSAN L. ADKINSVienna. Va. 
JOE W AKIN Frankfort 
LYNN D AKIN Danville 
TERRY L AKINS Louisville 
JAMES L ALBRIGHT Mornsville. Pa 
JOYCE M.ALBROFairdale 
JENNIE L. ALCORN Lexington 

JUDY M. ALDERSON Paducah 
BOBBIE J. ALLEN London 

C. RICHARD ALLEN Fern Creek 
LARRY ALLEN Orlando 
DENNIS K. ALLEY Richmond 
THOMAS G. ALLEY Winchester 
JOYCE A. ALLSMILLER Louisville 
RODNEY G. ALSUP Milton 

ARNOLD AMBURGEY. JR. Whitesburg 
PATRICIA A AMBURGEY Omaha 
DAVID E AMSHOFF Louisville 
CAROL A. ANDERSON Norwood, 0. 
JEANETTE L. ANDERSON California 
LESLIE L. ANDERSON Louisville 
CAROLYN J. ARNOLD Flat 
JOHN S. ARNOLD Owenton 

R. MARILYN ASH Wilhsburg 
DANAL. ASHER Hyden 
JOHN D. ATKINSON Stanton 
PATSY L. AUXIERCynthiana 
ROGER W AYERS Middlesboro 
VICKI A. AYERS Amelia. 0. 
WILLARD Y. AYERCalhoun 
ROBERT A. BABBAGE Lexington 

JAMES L. BABER Paris 
ANNAL. BACK Jeremiah 
JACOB T. BAILEY Paducah 
WAYNE R. BAILEY Cheshire. 0. 
EUGENE R BAKENHESTER Good Hope. 0. 
BONITA L. BAKER Perryville 
CONSTANCE S. BALL Miamisburg, 0. 
ROBERT L. BALLARD Winchester 

JAYNE BANGS Loveland. 
JEAN W. BARCLAY Richmond 
GLORIA L. BARGER Richmond 
KATHRYN BARKER Paintsville 
PAMELA J. BARKER Louisville 
CHARLES J. BARNARD Mt. Sterling 
ROBERT D. BARNES Winchester 
GLENDA K. BARNETT New Albany. Ind. 

PAMELA S. BARNETT Harrodsburg 
SARAS. BARNETT Ewing 
BONNIE J. BARTELT Xenia. 0. 
JILL A. BARTHEN Orient, 0. 
GEORGE N. BASCOM Sharpsburg 
DEBRA R. BATES Prestonsburg 
BRUCE H. BAUER Harrison, 0. 
RONNIE W. BAUGH Science Hill 

CONNIE S. BAUHAN Orient. 0. 

D. KAY BAUMSTARK Lexington 
DOROTHY L. BAYER Richmond 
REBECCA L. BEARD Liberty 
ANTHONY BEATTY Lexington 
M.ONETABEATY Albany 
MARY JO BECKERICH Covington 
JEANETTE M. BEDORE Cincinnati 



S0PH0M0RF3/ABE-BED 507 



LINDA R BEGLEY Lebanon 
GERALD F BELCHER Louisville 
JUDY G. BENNETT Manchester 
PATRICIA A BENNETTCincmnati.O. 
DEBORAH I BENTLEY Batavia. 
KATHY R. BENTON Louisville 
TERESA S. BENTON Waynesburg 
LINDA S. BERTRAM Monticello 

WILLIAM J. BERTRAM Cold Spring 
CHARLES R. BIDWELL Louisville 
JAMES C.BISIG Louisville 
CONNIE L. BLACK Erlanger 
DEBBIE A BLACK Corbin 
BRADFORD H BLAIN Dry Ridge 
JAMES R BLAIR Louisville 
PAUL E. BLAIR Wilhamstown 

RHONDA L. BLAIR Guston 
SALLY BLAIR Letcher 
MICHEAL L. BLAND Auburn, Ala. 
MARTHA S BLEVINS Monticello 
THOMAS A. BLEVINS Monticello 
KAREN M BLOYDGreensburg 
WALLACE W BOLTEN Middlesboro 
ROSALEE BOOTHECampton 

ALLEN P. BOWEN. JR Erlanger 
RONALD L BOWEN Clarkson 
CONNIE F BOWLIN Richmond 
JACK V BOWMAN Norwood. 0. 
ROBERT L. BOWMAN Louisville 
BECKY A BOXCynthiana 
BARBARA J BRACKEN Berea 
DANIEL B. BRACKEN Berea 

JANET G BRADFORD Coraopohs. Pa 
LINDAS BRADFORD Fairfield. 
BRIAN M BRADLEY South Shore 
LUTHER S BRAMBLETT LaGrange 
FRANCES E BRAMLAGE Lexington 
JAMES S BRANAMAN Berea 
LARRY K BRANDENBURG Berea 
WILLIAM H. BRENDA Richmond 

RONALD C. BRETNERNicholasville 
PAULA. BREWER Campton 
LEONARD J BRICKEN Lexington 
JANET C BRIGMAN Manchester 
JACQUELINE M BRISBAY Lexington 
CLAUDIA L. BRITTON Harrodsburg 
NANCY K. BROGHAMER Ft Thomas 
PAUL F BROKAW Louisville 

TERRY L. BROMLEY Dry Ridge 
DELORES J. BROWN Norwood 
JACQUE L BROWN Cynthiana 
KAREN L BROWN Burgin 
LOIS J BROWN Ft. Mitchell 
STEPHEN F BROWN Ft Thomas 
SYLVESTER R. BROWN. JR. Lebanon 
PATRICIA BROWNELL Louisville 

J. LEE BROWNING Bardstown 
SARAH E BROWNING Harlan 
MARY J BRUNKER Cynthiana 
THOMAS E. BRUTSCHER Shively 
MARVIN H. BRYAN Alexandria 
LYDIAF. BUCK Cincinnati. 0. 
NICHOLAS R. BUCKLEY Sabina. 
RAE M. BUDINGER Cincinnati, 0. 

PAULA M. BUNCH Loyall 
MARIANN BUNDY Richmond 
NANCY BURCH Middlesboro 
MARY J. BURDETTE Lexington 
RONALD G. BURGESS Carrollton 
PATRICK B BURKHART Danville 
STUART D. BURKHEAD Mt. Washington 
JANET R. BURKS Elizabethtown 




508 SOPHOMORES'BEG-BUR 



Registration Begins Sophs' 2nd Year 







MICHAEL A. BURKS Elizabethtown 
ROY A. BURNETT II Lancaster 
WILLIAM T BURNS Franklin. 0. 
ROBERT C BURRISColumbus, 0. 
DONALD W. BURTON Salvisa 
B. BRYAN BUSSELL Brodhead 
BRENDA F. CABLE Campton 
MICHAELCAIN Brandenburg 

ROBERT H. CAIRNS Coatesville. Pa. 
JIM CALLAHAN Louisville 
BEVERLY A. CALLAHAN Pineville 
CHRIS B. CAMPBELL Louisville 
DENNISW CAMPBELL Corbin 
VANESSA G. CAMPBELL Whitesburg 
RUTH A. CAREY Covington 
DIETER R CARLTON Frankfurt. Germany 

DIANA C. CARMICLE Liberty 
MARGARET W CARNES Jamestown 
VICKEY L. CARNEY Dayton. 0. 
SUSAN J CARR Eubank 
SUSAN L. CARROLL Lexington 
RUTH E. CARRUBACumberland 
CHARLES M. CARTER Versailles 
NATHANAEL E. CARTER Versailles 

RONALD D.CARTER Paris 
RICHARD A. CASE Louisville 
JUDY C. CASEY Simpsonville 
JEAN A. CASON Anchorage, Alas. 
MARY A. CASTEGNARO Hazard 
JOHNNY M. CASTLE Paintsville 
ARNOLD R. CATES Louisville 
AARON M CAUDILL Hazel Green 



Registration sometimes takes on the appearance of a market place where 
students find that classes with the most demand seem to fill up first. 



SOPHOMORES/BUR-CAU 509 



Oliver Featured In Concert 



GREGORY A. CAUDILL Louisville 
JUDICAUDILL Letcher 
MARCIAC CAUDILL Premium 
JAMES E CAULEG Sanders 
LARRY T CAYTON Warsaw 
DONNA S. CHAPLIN Richmond 
STEVEN A CHASTEEN Cynthiana 
THOMAS D. CHENAULT Richmond 

REBECCA F. CLANCY Lexington 
SANDRA K. CLAPP New Madison. 
DIANNE L. CLARE Louisville 
BRENDAG CLARK Corbin 
CAROLYN J. CLARK Pulteney. NY. 
KARENS. CLARK Russell 
SUSAN E CLARK Lebanon 
JOHN R. CLEMENTS Louisville 

NORMA J. CLEMMONS Union. 
LARRY W CLEVELAND Williamstown 
TERESA A CLIFTON Lexington 
DANA L. COATNEY Harrodsburg 
THOMAS C COLE Barbourville 
BENNY D COLEMAN Evarts 
DIANNAL COLEMAN Inez 
WALTER COLEMAN Phelps 

JACK K. COLGLAZIER Bellbrook. 0. 
JOYCE L. COLLETT Covington 
CHARLENES COLLIER Southgate. Mich. 
LARRY W COLLINS Tullahoma. Tenn. 
VIOLET E. COLLINS Morganfield 
JEAN E. COLSON Louisville 
GARY G COMBS Manchester 
GREGORY S COMBS Okeana. 




A coed (above) applauds as Oliver (opposite) entertains Eastern with a song and a smile. 



510 SOPHOMORES CAU-COM 




JOYCE E. COMBS Eaton. 0. 
RAMONAJ COMBS Whitesburg 
SHERYL A. CONNER Morris Plains, N J. 
STEVEN J. CONNER Hebron 
TERRY A. CONRAD Dry Ridge 
ANITA M.CONTE Louisville 
DWIGHT A. CONWAY Sinai 
LARRY B. CONYERS Mt. Sterling 

FAYE COOK Jeffersontown 
DOUG COONTZ Pleasure Ridge Park 
DAVID D.COOPER Liberty 
LINDA K.COOPER Troy. 0. 
CHARLOTTE A. CORNETT Louisville 
RUSSELL G. CORNETT Winchester 
BETTY S. COSBY Richmond 
BETTY S. COTTONGIM Tyner 

KERRY L. COURTNEY Florence 
KATHY A COVELLE New Lexington. 0. 
JANICE M. COX Owenton 
KATHERINE H. COX Kingsport, Tenn. 
MARGARET L. COX Lancaster 
PATRICIA A. COX Waddy 
TYLER D COX Lawrenceburg 
M. CAROLYN CRACE Winchester 

REX R. CRAFT Whitesburg 
JAMES E. CRAIG Richmond 
LAWRENCE CRAWFORD London 
MARTHA T. CRAWFORD Lebanon 
JANIE C. CRAWLEY Campbellsville 
SHARON A. CREWS Columbus, 0. 
LYDIAF. CRISWELL Louisville 
ROXIE R. CRONENWETT Mt. Gilead. 0. 



SOPHOMORES/COM-CRO 511 



PAULA J, CROPPER Cincinnati, 0. 
SUSAN A CROUCHER Ashland 
BILLIE K CROWPikeville 
CAROLYN J. CULLEN Louisville 
JANET K CUMMINS Georgetown 
MARY S. CUMMINS Louisville 
DAVEM CUNNINGHAM Newport 
DEBORAH T. CUPP Phillipsburg, 

ANN G. CURTSINGER Harrodsburg 
DAVID R CUSTIS Lebanon. 0. 
MARK W DANIELS Louisville 
JANE L DANSBY Ashland 
MICHAEL E DARLAND Harrodsburg 
JUDITH A, DARNELL Frankfort 
DONNA A. DAUGHERTY Louisville 
RONALD W. DAUNHAUER Valley Station 

GLENDA L DAVENPORT Liberty 

JOHN D. DAVENPORT Chattanooga, Tenn, 

MARBETH A DAVIDSON Red Fox 

RONALD L. DAVIDSON Lebanon. 0. 

ALLEN W. DAVIS Louisville 

DALE M. DAVIS Golden Valley, Minn. 

ELMAJ. DAVIS Flat Gap 

JAMES J. DAVIS Homestead, Pa. 

KATHLEEN E. DAVIS Owensvllle. 0. 
ANGELA R DEERING Perryville 
RICHARD L DEGLOW Florence 
DEBBIE A. DELDUCA Pittsburgh, Pa. 
KATHYS. DENNEY Eubank 
ROSCOE J. DENNY Walton 
LOIS ANN DENNISTON Campton 
JUNER. DENNY Fairfield. 

VIRGINIA A. DERICKSON Stanton 
JOHNT. DESKINSPikeville 
MARY C. DEWEESE Dayton, 0. 
RICHARD J. DIEHL Louisville 
BEVERLEY K. DISNEY Fairdale 
DENNIS D. DOGGETT Venona 
BERTIE R. DOLEN Monticello 
DARLAR. DONLEY Troy. 

RICHARD B. DONOGHUE Louisville 
ROBERT A. DONTA Ashland 
RICHARD W. DOOLEY Louisville 
IRVIN L DOTSON Pikeville 
PATRICK L. DOUGHERTY Bellevue 
LYNN D DOWELL Cincinnati, 0. 
RONALD J. DOWNS Bardstown 
DOUGLAS A. DRAPER Louisville 

JOHN R. DREW Lexington 
BATHILDA S. DUNAWAY Miamisburg, 0. 
ROBERT E DUNCAN Jeffersontown 
GARYR. DUNLAP Milton 
GARY L. DUNNCarrollton 
MARGARET G DUNN Louisville 
ROBERT B. DURRETT Louisville 
STEPHEN C. DUVALL Lexington 

RHONDA C. DYEHOUSE Crab Orchard 
JOSEPH E. EATON New Vienna. 0. 
DEBORAH A. EBEL Versailles. Ind. 
LEE EDGINGTON Winchester 
DOUGLAS E. EDWARDS Richmond 
WILLIAM M. EGGEMEIER Newport 
JUDY A, EHRENBERG Cincinnati. 0. 
WALTER R. EHRET Covington 

SHERRY L. EKER Dayton 
SUSAN E. ELDRIDGE Somerset 
DONALD C. ELLIOTT Cincinnati. 0. 
MARK A. ELLIS Danville 
DENNIS P. ELMORE Louisville 
SUSAN K.ENGLER Louisville 
LISA J. ERWIN Lexington 
RANDALL K. ESTEP Louisville 




512 SOPHOMORES/CRO-EST 



Communication Builds Understanding 




The telephone becomes an important communications tool for EKU students 
to remain in contact with family and friends. 



SOPHOMORES 513 






REXC. ESTRIDGE Harlan 
CHARLOTTE M. ETHEREDGE Bardstown 
RUTH L. EUBANK Wheelersburg. 
JAMES B. EVANS Louisville 
PEGGY S. EVERSOLE Buckhorn 
OLIVE M. FALCONE Louisville 
DAVID G. FALLISSalvisa 
HOSEA FARRIS Richmond 

GREGORY P. FAULKNER Jenkins 
DRUE FERGUSON Dayton 
MARY E. FERMAN Louisville 
JAMES L. FIELDS Richmond 
SHARON V. FIELDS Paris 
JAMES M. FIELY Louisville 
PATRICIA J. FISCHER Covington 
BEVERLY J. FISHER Louisville 

MARY A. FISHER Cincinnati, 0. 
DEBORAH J. FITCH Dayton 
LINDA M FITZER South Gate 
LYNN P. FLANERY Flemingsburg 
BARBARA J. FLEIG Augusta 
JO A. FLETCHER Wilmore 
PATRICIA J. FLOWERS Corbin 
DAVID R. FOGT Sidney, 0. 

NIELS H FOGT Louisville 
VICKY L. FOLEY North Middletown 
KAREN L. FORTNER Ft Mitchell 
STEVEN R FOSSON Ashland 
GERRYE L FOSTER Somerset 
MARCIA J. FOSTER Lexington 
SHERRYE G. FOSTER Somerset 
LINDA J, FOX Elkhorn City 

LAWRENCE D. FRALEY Middletown, 0. 
PATRICIA S. FRANKLIN Louisa 
VICKIE L, FRAZIER Trenton. 0. 
RONNIE L. FREEMAN Lawrenceburg 
TERESA J FREEMAN Prestonsburg 
LINDA B. FRENCH Hodgenville 
BETTY A FUGATE Viper 
BENJAMIN E, FUQUA Frankfort 

TERESA J. FURNISH Vevay. Ind, 
ANNER, FURR Frankfort 
TRUDY C FUSON Pineville 
MICHAEL W, GABBARD Winchester 
RUDY A, GABHARTSinai 
DELORES A, GAINES Paris 
RODNEY G, GAINES Owenton 
HELEN G. GARNER Louisville 

STEVEN J. GARRARD Indianapolis. Ind. 
BETTE C. GATEWOOD Frankfort 
DELORES R. GAY Winchester 
SUSAN GENTRY Harrodsburg 
JENNIFER R. GEORGE London 
BARBARA G GIBSON Erlanger 
DAVID E GIBSON Myrtle Beach. S.C. 
LINDA D GILLIAM Florence 

SUSAN A. GLANZ Louisville 
ELLEN S. GLASSFORD Erlanger 
STEVEN D. GOLD Henderson 
PAULA S. GOODIN Columbia 
LACY GOODMAN, JR Pikeville 
WILLIAM A. GOODRICH Ft. Thomas 
PATSY L. GOUGH Winchester 
GLENN E. GOYNE Middletown 

EDWINA J. GRAHAM Campton 
SONDRA K. GRASS Louisville 
ELEANOR B. GRAY Springfield. 
KRISTIE A. GRAY Lebanon. O. 
ROBERT S. GRAY Lexington 
CHRYSTEEN H. GRAZIANI Cold Spring 
BETH A. GREVER Ft. Thomas 
SANDRA K.GRIMES Paris 




514 SOPHOMORES/EST-GRI 



Activities Involve Sophomore Time 




KAREN A. GRUBBS Pleasureville 
RONDA L. GRUENIGER Reading. 0. 
MICHAEL D. GRUGIN Frankfort 
LINDA R. GUENTHNER Cincinnati, 0. 
KARROL L.GUY Lexington 
FRANCINE HACKWORTH Richmond 
SARAH E. HADDEN Mt. Sterling 
KATHLEEN H. HAGER Louisville 

GARY L. HALL Barnesville. 0. 
JOSEPH G. HALL Campbellsburg 
JUDYK. HALLPmeville 
OWEN L. HALLBowen 
HENRY M. HAMBLIN Corbin 
DANIEL G. HAMILTON Wheatley 
DEBORAH K. HAMILTON Pikeville 
GLENDA C. HAMILTON Feds Creek 

GLORIA HAMILTON Valley Station 
MARY A. HAMILTON Shepherdsville 
SANDRA L. HAMILTON Louisville 
CHRIS HAMLYN Louisville 
GARY L. HAMM Cincinnati. 0. 
TERRY N. HAMMER Fairdale 
LEROY V. HAMMOND Monticello 
WILLIAM C. HAMMONS Corbin 



Preparing decorations for a dance takes lots of balloons, time, energy and . . . wind. 



SOPHOMORES/GRU-HAM 515 



Top Grades Require Late Hours 



JOHN R HANCEShelbyville 
DOUGLAS R HANKS Lawrenceburg 
JOHN T. HANKS II Lawrenceburg 
MARY B HANNAH Ashland 
DOUGLAS S. HARDY Lexington 
MIKEL HARE Lexington 
ALLEN M HARMON Gravel Switch 
MICHAEL D. HARPER Catlettsburg 

SHARON K. HARRELL Middlesboro 
MARY A. HARRIS Miami, Fla 
DEBORAH L. HARTMAN Covington 
EDITH M HARVILLE Hamilton. 0. 
TERRY L HASENSTAB Ft. Thomas 
E EDWINA HATCHER London 
ROBERT M. HAVRILLA Owensville, 
LINDA M HAWKSWORTH Brjndenburf 




Burning the midnight oil can involve the use of a flashlight when dorm- 
itory power is temporarily malfunctioning. 



516 SOPHOMORES/HAN-HAW 




ROBERT C- HAWLEY Lebanon, 0. 
DONNA L. HEHL Pendleton 
LARRY C. HEINZELMAN Cincinnati. 
CHARLES R. HELTON Berea 
CLARENETTAS HENDERSON Irvine 
STEVE R. HENDRIX Warsaw 
CONNIE R HENNINGER Dayton. 0. 
EDGAR R. HENRY Cincinnati, 0. 

PAT HENRY Harrodsburg 
THOMAS M. HENRY Highland Heights 
DEBRA S. HENSLEY Fairfield, 0. 
PEGGY M HENSLEY Nicholasville 
MARGARET F. HENSLEY Hamilton, 0. 
JOHN P. HICKS Ft. Mitchell 
GEORGE E HIGGINS Versailles 
ELIZABETH M. HILLCorbin 

LINDA K. HIMES Ft. Thomas 
RONALD E. HINES Louisville 
MARCIA A. HINTON Louisville 
CAROL L. HIRTZINGER Springfield, 0. 
KENNETH A. HOFE Hanover, Pa. 
ROGER L. HOGG Louisville 
ALAS. HOLCOMB London 
JOHN HOLDEN. JR. Louisville 

KATHLEEN S. HOLEMAN Louisville 

BELINDA J HOLMAN Parksville 

RAY W. HOLT Lexington 

SUZANNE R HOLTHOUSER Wauwatosa. Wis 

REBECCA L. HOOD Irvine 

BETTY J. HORNE Somerset 

CHARLES S. HORNSBY Winchester 

W. CAROL HORNSBY Tyner 

MICHAEL D. HORTON Louisville 
BILLY CHOUSE Carlisle 
NANCY E. HOUSERCmcinnati.O. 
GLENNA HOWARD Manchester 
VIRGINIA A. HOWITZ Brandenburg 
BERNARD E HRUBALA Long Island, NY. 
MARY C. HUBER Elizabethtown 
SUE HUCKINS South Bend, Ind. 

JOELLEN HUDDY Columbus, 0. 
LINDA K HUFFMAN Lexington 
BRENDA J. HUGHES Columbus, 0. 
JAMES M. HUGHES Richmond 
KAYM. HUGHES Carlisle 
LINDA J. HUGHES Simpsonville 
RICHARD P. HUGHES Barnesville 
KATHRYN L HUGHLETT Louisville 

LINDA K.HULSEnglewood 
JAMES G. HUMPHREYCynthiana 
DINAH G. HUNEYCUTT Morning View 
FRANCES E. HUNT South Shore 
ROBERT W. HUNT Independence 
SALLIE B. HURST Bardstown 
REBECCA A. IDDINGS West Milton. 0. 
JOHN H. INMAN Harrodsburg 

THERESA T. INSKO Paris 
IRAT. ISONMyra 
KENZIE P. ISONSIemp 
ALBERTA JACKSON Dayton 
JOHN C. JACKSON Frankfort 
PATRICIA A. JACKSON Danville 
STEVEN C. JACKSON Harrodsburg 
DEBORAH L. JACOBS Xenia, 0. 

DIANA L JACOBS Xenia.O. 
MARILYN S. JAEGER Covington 
VIKKI E. JANSEN Louisville 
VICKI D. JEFFS Shelbyville 
DEBORAH A JENKINS Danville 
VICKI D. JENSEN Louisville 
GLORIA A. JEWELL Corbin 
CLAYTON M. JOHNSON Hale 



SOPHOMORES/HAW-JOH 517 



Sophomores Build Lasting Friendships 




Boy meets girl everyday on the EKU campus, and often meaningful 
relationships are forged. 



518 SOPHOMORES 




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DAYLE A. JOHNSON Covington 
MARCIA L. JOHNSON West Carrollton, 0. 
MARGARET A. JOHNSON Winchester 
STEVEN A. JOHNSON Lexington 
RICHARD C. JOHNSTON Springboro. 0. 
DAVID M. JONES Richmond 
DEBRA A. JONES Winchester 
GREGORY A. JONES Louisville 

LISA M.JONES Louisville 
REBECCA K. JONES North Middletown 
VICKI L. JONES Cincinnati, 0. 
THOMASC. JONES London 
THOMAS E. JORDAN Louisville 
LAWRENCE R. JUPIN Louisville 
CLAYTON JUSTICE Elkhorn City 
SANDRA L. JUSTICE Winchester 

WILLIAM W. JUSTICE Millard 
KATHIE M. KANDLE Miami Lakes. Fla. 
PATRICIA A. KANE Louisville 
MARY A. KAWAJA Prestonsburg 
MARLENA B. KEARNS Florence 
JAYNE L. KEEHNER Middletown. 0. 
REBECCA L KEENE Robinson Creek 
LINDA R. KEFFER Ashland 

DAVID M.KELLEY Jenkins 
DONNA L. KELLEYCincinnait. 0. 
THOMAS L. KELLIS Greenfield. 0. 
TISH B. KELLY Harlan 
JAMES R. KEMPER Lexington 
KAREN S. KENNEDY Richmond 
DAVID M. KEPLER Pitsburg. 0. 
ANGELA KERN Aurora. Ind. 

PEGGY J. KERR Paris 

HOWARD K. KIDDPikeville 

SANDRA A. KIDD Barbourville 

REED D. KIMBROUGH Pleasure Ridge Park 

BARBARA L. KINBERGER Louisville 

JOYCE G. KINGCampton 

KRIS A. KINGGahanna.O. 

PAMELA K. KING Loyall 

CAROL J. KINGSBURY Louisville 
BARRY G. KINMAN Wilhamstown 
STEPHEN R. KIRK West Elkton. 0. 
KAREN D. KLECKNER St. Clairsville, 0. 
HAROLD W. KLENK Roseville, Mich. 
LAURA L. KNIGHT Louisville 
PATRICIA A. KNIGHT Lebanon. 0. 
CAROLE T. KNOX Frankfort 

KATHLEEN M. KOENIG Valley Station 
SHARON L. KUHNS Louisville 
DOUGLAS C. KULL Jeffersontown 
MARGARET A. KURAPKAT Ehzabethtown 
JAMES H. KURK Louisville 
JENNIE L. KURTZ Nicholasville 
ROBERT C. KUTCHBACK Memphis, Tenn. 
PAULA D. LAMBDIN Middlesboro 

BRENDA S. LANE Lexington 
JEANNIE LANGMAN Miami, Fla. 
PAULW. LANIER London 
DEBORAH L. LAWLER Maysville 
DENNIS W. LAWRENCE Brodhead 
GARY S. LAWRENCE Louisville 
DEBORAH LAWSON Richmond 
HARRY B. LAWSON Richmond 

FREDA L. LAYNE Ashland 
CECIL B. LAYTON Lancaster 
JAMES P. LEACH Stanford 
LINDA G. LEACH Junction City 
DEBORAH A. LEE Corning. NY. 
DONALD G. LEECorbin 
DAVID E. LEWIS Paducah 
TONI K. LEWIS New Lexington. 0. 



SOPHOMORES/JOH-LEW 519 



SUSAN K. LICKERT Alexandria 
JOYCE LIPPS Goshen. 0. 
KATHY LIPPS Berea 
HELEN L LITTLE Melvin 
PALMAE LITTLE Jonancy 
TERESA K LOADER Louisville 
ROBERT G- LOSE Anchorage 
JERONE. LOTT Louisville 

REBECCA A, LOTT Pleasure Ridge Park 
DEBORAH M LOWE Millersburg 
ROSETTA LUCAS Lexington 
PHILIP L LUCKETT Lebanon 
TERRI A LUKEN Cincinnati. 0. 
JUDITH K. LUXON Richmond 
ERNEST C.McAFEE Hazard 
WANDA J. MCALLISTER Cincinnati. 0. 

ELIZABETH H. McASKILL Lexington 
STEPHEN H McCOMBS Louisville 
PAULINE E McCONATHY Lexington 
VICKI L. McDONALD Dayton, 0. 
CHARLES W McDOWELL Ft. Thomas 
BERNARD A. McGLONE Harrodsburg 
COLLEEN M. McGILL Louisville 
DONNA J. McGINNIS Danville 

REBECCA D. McGUIREMt Vernon 
EDWINA MclNTOSH Chavies 
MICHAEL D MclNTOSH West Carrollton. 
VIOLA F. MclNTOSH Buckhorn 
KATHERINE E. McKANE Louisville 
MARTHA J McKENZIE Flat Gap 
DAVID D McMILLEN Wilmore 
ADRIENNE McNALLY Lancaster. Mass. 

DON D. McREYNOLDS Mt. Sterling 
STEPHEN J. MACKE Bellevue 
ANNH MACKIN Cox's Creek 
VICKI C. MADON Middlesboro 
STEPHEN A MANDT Lexington 
THOMAS E. MANN Sheperdsville 
LINDAS MANTEL New Carlisle. 0. 
PAMELA A MARKSBERRY Lexington 

GILBERT L. MARKUSON Louisville 
DONNA K MARLOW Louisville 
MARCIE L. MARLOW Louisville 
SHARON L MARLOW McKmney 
LETHA MARSHALL Jackson 
LINDAS MARSHALL Covington 
RICHARD E MARSHALL Mitchell. Ind. 
BRENDA S MARTIN Richmond 

CHARLEEN MARTIN Cynthiana 
DONALD C MARTIN Hazard 
JERRY MARTIN Virgie 
PATRICK D. MARTIN Louisville 
SHARON K. MARTIN Albany 
JAMES T MASON Paint Lick 
ROBERT E MASON Alexandria 
DONNIE L MASSEY Manchester 

WALTER T. MAYER Alexandria 
JERRY G MAYES Letcher 
PHILLIP E. MEADER North Bend 
RUTH A. MEADOWS Richmond 
DANIEL J. MECKSTROTH Glen Este. 
DONALD W MEINEKE. JR Loveland. 
LINDA A MEISENZAHL Lindenwold. N J 
GEORGIA A. MELTON Manchester 

JAMES W MIDDLETON Lexington 
MARK A MILLER Lawrenceburg 
L. DIANNEMILLION Harrodsburg 
DENNIS G MILLS Owensboro 
GERALD D MILLS Brooks 
THOMAS L. MINNICH Waynesboro. Pa 
BRUCE T. MITCHELL Louisville 
LINDA D. MITTEL Louisville 




520 SOPHOMORES/LIC-MIT 



Ravine Serves As Gathering Place 




'V 1 ^' W^^B 





BETTY J. MONTGOMERY Lancaster 
JOE G MONTGOMERY Lancaster 
WANDA S. MONTGOMERY Cumberland 
ALICE M. MOORE Milford.O 
BECKY J. MOORE Louisville 
CAROL J. MOORE Florence 
GALE E- MOORE Sabma, 0. 
HUBBARD K. MOORE, JR. Dayton. 0. 

JAMES B. MOORE Berea 
JOSEPH M. MOORE Bardstown 
LEOMARIE MOORE Louisville 
MARVIN L MOORE Hamilton. 0. 
PATTY J MOORE Annville 
PAULA C. MOORE Frankfort 
PAULA F. MOORE Orkney 
RUTH D. MOORE Lexington 

SUSAN G. MOORE Independence 
THERESA J MOORE Whitesburg 
MARY H MOORHEAD Versailles, Ind. 
JANICE C MORGAN St, Louis. Mo. 
VICKI A. MORGAN Smithfield 
BRENDA G MORRIS Hazard 
DAVID C, MORRIS Harrodsburg 
FREEDA MORRIS Lexington 

ROGER C. MORRIS Richmond 
PATRICIAC MORSE Shelbyville 
KAREN L. MOSS Lexington 
ALISON A. MOSTER Brookville. Ind. 
KATHY J. MOTLEY Ezei 
JOHN C. MULLINS Dorton 
LOUISE MULLINS Hazard 
REBECCA R. MULLINS Louisville 



Serious thought marks the face of an Eastern student during a meeting in the ravine. 



SOPHOMORES/MON-MUL 521 



Greek Activities Enliven Campus 



WILLARD H MULLINS. JR Corbin 
JANE E MURPHY Fairfield. 0. 
VICKI P. MURPHY Waddy 
VICKI L MURRELL Columbia 
DARLENE Y. NALL Ahsland 
LOTTIE K NALLY Bardstown 
JOSEPH J NEFF Thornwood, N Y 
CHERYL E NEISWINGER New Carlisle. 0. 

RICHARD W. NELTNER Ft. Thomas 
THOMAS V NETT Louisville 
LORETTA NEWSOME Pikeville 
MARY M NEWSOME Stanford 
SHELIA F NEWSOME Virgie 
DAVID L. NICHOLAS Hodgenville 
POLLY M NICKELS Winchester 
SUSAN C NIEHOFF Louisville 

MELODY S. NIEMANN Cincinnati. 0. 
LINDAJ.NOE Corbin 
BARBARAS NOLAN Manchester 
PHILLIP R. NORMAN LIBERTY 
CHARLES E NORWOOD McRoberts 
CHARLEYS NORVELL Corbin 
BETH A. NUTTY Brookville. Ind. 
KATHRYN L. OAKLEY Louisville 

CAROL D O'DELL Lexington 
CANDACE M ODIERNA Stamford. Conn. 
STEVEN DOGDEN Milton 
BRENDAS OLDFIELDMt. Sterling 
DEBORAHS OLDS Vevay. Ind 
PETER OLIVIERI Madison. N.J. 
STEPHEN D O'NAN Defoe 
KENNETH D ORMAN Louisville 





Greek-sponsored activities such as the Sigma Chi Derby (above) and the Kappa Phi 
Delta Dance Marathon (opposite) provide a welcome respite from classwork. 



522 SOPHOMORES MUL-ORM 




GREGORY A OSBORNE Dayton. 
EDMUND J. PALKO Lexington 
CRAIG A PALMER Cincinnati, 0. 
SHARYN S. PAPST Lexington 
KATHRYN A. PARIS Louisville 
REBECCA A PARKER Bardstown 
LARRY R. PARKS Wilmore 
PHYLLIS A. PARKS Paducah 

DONALD E PARSONS Winchester 
JANNAL PARTIN Williamsburg 
MARSHA A. PARTUSCH Louisville 
DEBORAH L. P ASHLEY Northfield. N.J. 
ALVIN PASLEY III Winchester 
GERALD E. PAYNE London 
JOHN H. PAYNE Danville 
HARRY A PAYNTER Winchester 

BETTY A PENDERGRASS Harrodsburg 
KATHLEEN PENN Cynthiana 
LARRY W PENNINGTON Bowling Green 
VICKI A. PENNIX London 
CONNIE D. PERDUE Monticello 
DEBORAH J. PERRY Richmond 
KEITH M PERRY Port Royal 
DONALD B. PETERS Lancaster, 0. 

KAREN R PETERS Ft. Thomas 
SUSAN M, PETERS Covington 
LARRY R. PEYTON Salvisa 
MARJORIE A. PFALZGRAF Burlington 
CARL E. PHELPS Somerset 
CHARLOTTE J PHELPS Norwood. 0. 
BARBARA L. PHILLIPS Phelps 
MATHEWC. PHILLIPS Hazard 




SOPHOMORES/OSB-PHI 523 



Second Semester Feature Pre-Registering 



MICHAEL E. PHILLIPS Shepherdsville 
CLARA E PHILPOT Manchester 
JANED PICKETT Elizabethtown 
JEAN E PINKERTON Valparaison. Ind. 
L. DIANE POLLEI Louisville 
PATRICIA J. POTTS Louisville 
GARY L. POWELL Louisville 
LINDA A. POWELL Elkhorn City 

JAMES J. PRATER Pikeville 
DIANNEC PREECE Louisa 
MICHAEL PRESTON Lancaster 
LINDA K PREWITT Williamsburg 
BARBARA J PRICE Greenfield. 0. 
NORMA R PRICE Magnolia 
WILLIAM T.PRUITT Louisville 
JENNY L PUGH Vanceburg 

BECKY RADCLIFFE Shelbyville 
DEBORAH L RAINEY Winchester 
DEBRA K. RAISTRICK Jamestown. N.Y 
DIANNA L. RAMEY Elkhorn City 
SCHEILA B. RAMEY Covington 
BARBARA G. RAMSAY Albany 
CATHY E. RANSON Highland Heights 
DEBORAH J RAPP Louisville 





A corner of the Jones Building lobby provides a quiet nook for the completion 
of class schedule cards during pre-registration. 



524 SOPHOMORES/PHI-RAP 




JOSEPH G RAPP Louisville 
BARRY M RATLIFF Elkhorn City 
JAMES M. RATLIFF Elkhorn City 
CATHY RAUSCH Centerville, 0. 
DORIS J RAY Louisville 
JOAN R. RAY Louisville 
CHRISTINE E. RECKLEY Pittsburgh. Pa. 
DEBORAH A. REDMOND Louisville 

HANNAH L. REED Middletown, 0. 

MICHAEL E. REED Lebanon. 0. 

DAVID P REFFITTMt. Sterling 

BRENDA L. REITER Louisville 

TERRY H REQUARDT Ft. Mntchell 

WILLIAM P. RESOP St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. 

GLENDA REYNOLDS London 

HAROLD D. REYNOLDS Danville 

KENDALL D REYNOLDS Louisville 
BOBBIE J. RHINEHIMER Nicholasville 
ROSEMARY RICE Lexington 
VICKES. RICECmcinnati.O. 
KENNETH D. RICHARDSON Irvine 
LASANDRA E. RIDLEY Louisville 
CHANDRA R. RIGNEY Richmond 
LINDA K. RILEY Dayton. 

REBECCA T. RILEY Irvine 
LARRY L ROBERTS New Liberty 
SUSAN K. ROBERTS Middletown. 0. 
KATHLEEN D. ROBERTSON Lebanon 
VICTORIA G. ROBERTSON Waynesburg 
JENNY ROBINSON London 
PEGGY J. ROBINSON London 
MICHAEL P. ROE Cuyahoga Falls. 0. 

KATHIE J. ROGERS Newport 
MICHAEL A. ROGERS Stanford 
MARIANNE ROSE Lexington 
WILMA K. ROSE Hazel Green 
GREGORY A ROSING Ft. Thomas 
NANCY F ROSS Lawrenceburg 
JOSEPH R. ROWE Dorton 
LANAF. ROY Somerset 

JAMES L. ROYALTY Shelbyville 
PATRICIA G. ROYALTY Willisburg 
PAUL L. ROYALTY Crestwood 
LAWRENCE P. RUDD Brooksville 
PHILLIPT. RUSHER Ft. Mitchell 
CHERYL A. RUSSELL Louisville 
JOED. RUSSELL London 
PATRICIA K. RUSSELL Danville 

SHIRLEY I. RUSTERHOLZCincinnati. 
PATRICK R RYAN Elsmere 
DONALD M. SALSBURY Greensburg 
KATHY G. SALVUCCI West Mifflin. Pa. 
JANET M. SAMS Manchester 
CHARLES M. SANDERS Sanders 
MARVIN A. SANDERS Prospect 
JACKIE L. SARGENT Covington 

GAYLE A. SAVAGE Elizaville 
WILLIAM C. SAWYER Louisville 
DARRELL E. SAWYERS Manchester 
LINDA L. SCHLOSSER Ft. Thomas 
JOHN T. SCHMIDT Miami, Fla. 
DONALD B. SCHNEIDER Independence 
JERRY R. SCHOENLEBER Linwood. N.J. 
JANEL. SCHORK Louisville 

JAMES D. SCHUMACHER Westchester, 0. 
MARY J. SCHWARTZ Flemmgsburg 
PAULINE SCHWARTZ Flemmgsburg 
KENNY W. SCHWING Lawrence burg 
DANA K. SCOTT Dover 
GEORGE W. SCOTT Fenchville 
LINDA S. SCOTT Cynthiana 
TERESA A. SEARCY Lexington 



SOPHOMORES/RAP-SEA 525 



PAMELA L SEBASTIAN Paint Lick 
DEBBIE A SEIFERID Georgetown. Ind. 
LENORA S SELLS Louisville 
STEPHEN P. SELLS Valley Station 
MAUREEN L SENSEL Lookout Heights 
JEFFREY K. SETTLES Springfield 
SANDRA J. SEXTON Seco 
JOHN W. SHAFFIELD. JR. Lexington 

BARBARA L SHAY Newport 
DEBORAH A SHEETS Valley Station 
JOHN J. SHEKELL Louisville 
KAREN E SHELTON Louisville 
SUSAN R SHEWMAKERHarrodsburg 
SHERRILLL SHIELDS Lawrenceburg 
JOYCE E. SHIPMAN Sidney. 0. 
SUSAN J SHRADER Louisville 

DAVID L SHROUTMt. Sterling 
ELIZABETH E. SHUFFLEBARGER Cynthiana 
TERRY L SHULL Dry Ridge 
DAVID A. SIEREVELD Ft. Thomas 
PAMELA L. SIMCOE Shepherdsville 
BONITAF SIMPSON Lexington 
DEBORAH A. SIMPSON Owenton 
SANDRA K SIMPSON Ft Mitchell 

BRENDAJ SIZEMOREChavies 
RICHARD F SKETCH Covington 
DONALD L SLAUGHTER Louisville 
ELIZABETH A. SMALL Lexington 
CHARLES M SMALLEY Hindman 
ARLIENE SMITH Manchester 
BARRY D SMITH Middlesboro 
BEVERLY A. SMITH Lexington 

BILLY C SMITH Manchester 
DANNY M SMITH Manchester 
DEBBIEG. SMITH Danville 
DENISE D.SMITH Louisville 
DENNIS H. SMITH Ft. Thomas 
ELLENS SMITH Manchester 
JANET P SMITH Campbellsville 
JIMMIE J SMITH Manchester 

JOHN N.SMITH Louisville 
JOYCE M SMITH Louisville 
M, CAROL SMITH Lebanon 
RICHARD H SMITH Crab Orchard 
THOMAS A. SMITH Erlanger 
BUFORDE SORRELLMt. Sterling 
MARILYN K SORRELS Ft Mitchell 
SAMMY L SPALDING Lebanon 

PAULA C. SPARKMAN London 
DEBORAH J SPEER Louisville 
JERRY F SPRING Cynthiana 
DONNAC SPRINGATE Louisville 
BRENDA J SPURLOCK Norwood. 
GARY L. STAGGS Fairfield. O. 
CHARLIE C. STALLINGS Springfield 
VIRGINIA K STANFIELD Flemingsburg 

VICTOR S. STEFFEN Alexandria 
SADIE J. STENKEN Ft. Mitchell 
TERRY G STEPHENS Lawrenceburg 
MARSHA F STERCHI Valley Station 
KENT STEVENS Mt. Eden 
LELAND E. STEWART Pineville 
MARGARET G. STEWART Perryville 
KENNETH H. STILES Louisville 

BRAD L. STOFFREGEN Hamilton. 0. 
DAVID W STONE Bardstown 
SUSAN E STORN Newport 
NANCY A STRAKA Louisville 
RICHARD D. STRATEN Lancaster, 0. 
ROXIEC. STRATTON Bondville 
PATRICIA A. STREHLE Northfield. N.J 
JANICE L. STRICKLAND Louisville 








526 SOPHOMORESSEB-STR 



New System Speeds Library Service 




Individual study carrels permit the use of library books directly from the 
stacks without checking them out. 



SOPHOMORES 527 



Relaxed Atmosphere Dominates Campus 



DEBBY STRONG Beattyville 
SHARON G. STROUD Louisville 
DEBBY STULTZ Owensville. 0. 
JUDELLE SULLIVAN Greensburg 
BRENDA L SUMMERS Shelbyville 
MARGARET K. SUMMERS Mt. Sterling 
RICHARD K. SUTHERLAND Shelbyville 
THOMAS E- SWANSON Louisville 

BETTY J. SWEENEY Waynesburg 
DERYL L. SWEENEY Louisville 
CARLA K. SWOPE Dayton, 0. 
ELAINE TACKETTLexin 
SUSAN A. TACY Cincinnati. 0. 
EDWIN M. TALLENT Albany 
JENNEFER L. TANNER Freeburn 
ALICE F. TAPP Carlisle 




Pleasant companionship and bare feet can make a book more readable. 



528 SOPHOMORES/STR-TAP 




KATHLEENS. TATE Ashland 
BILLY J. TAYLOR Richmond 
BOBBI J. TAYLOR Louisville 
CLAUDIA G. TAYLOR Frankfort 
JOHN M. TAYLOR Nicholasville 
TERRY C. TAYLOR Bloomfield 
MARCIA A. TENRY Glasgow 
EDDIE THOMAS Jackson 

GAIL THOMAS Richmond 
RICK J. THOMAS Paris 
ALFRED E. THOMPSON Owensboro 
EMILY C. THOMPSON Centerville, 0. 
WESLEY S- THORNTON Jeffersontown 
COLLEEN A. TIGHE Great Neck. NY. 
JAMES E.TILLMAN Louisville 
IVA K. TINDALL Campbellsburg 

PAMELA M. TOATLEY Louisville 
WILLIAM R. TOMLINSON Evarts 
MICHAEL W. TORSTRICK Louisville 
CAROLEEN TOWNSEND Stanton 
REBECCA J. TREW Bristol. England 
STEVEN B. TRIBBLE Richmond 
TERRY N. TRIMBLE Pikeville 
ANN D. TRITSCHLER Brandenburg 

MICHAEL L. TRULOCK Austin. Ind. 
EDWARD R. TUGGLE Monticello 
DEBBIE G.TULLY Benton 
LAURA M. TURLEY Ironton, 0. 
JOYCE A. TURNER Franklin, 0. 
REX K.TURNER Lancaster 
WILLIAM M. TURNER Louisville 
DAVID R. TWEDDELL Louisville 

BILLT. UNDERWOOD Louisville 
BERNIE L. UTTERBACK Louisville 
JOHN E. VANDYKE Eminence 
MICHAEL J. VANLEUVEN London 
GARY L. VARNER Cynthiana 
ORLEEN M. VAUGHN London 
DAVID L. VERNON Hustonville 
WAYNE D. VICE Corbin 

MICHAEL J. VICKERS Cold Spring 
TERESA L. VINSON Shelbyville 
LINDA J. VITATOE Wheelwright 
ED L. VONGRUENIGEN Corbin 
GLORIA J. VOTAW Harrodsburg 
FRED B.WACHS III Lexington 
DEBRAK. WADE Ashland 
CONNIE W. WAGGENER Campbellsville 

NANCY J. WAGNER Covington 
JUNE L. WAKEFIELD Fourmile 
BARBARA J. WALKER Manchester 
CHARLES S. WALKER Lexington 
DOUGLAS E. WALKER Cincinnati. 0. 
ERNEST R. WALKER Elkhorn City 
JACKIE S. WALKER Nicholasville 
KATHY L. WALKER Annville 

SARAH K. WARD Paint Lick 
SHARON L. WARD Louisville 
THOMAS A. WARDELL Lexington 
HAZEL M. WATHEN Henderson 
SYLVIA L. WATSON Walton 
CHARLOTTE L. WATTS LaGrange 
DONNA R. WAUGH Carlisle 
CHRISTOPHER J. WEBB Jackson, Mich. 

JERRY E.WEBB Fairfield. 0. 
JOHN K. WEBB Prestonsburg 
ROY E. WEBB Willingboro. N.J. 
TERESA L.WEBB Ashland 
DELORES L. WEDDINGTON Pikeville 
DAVID B.WELLS Lexington 
TERRY L. WELLS Richmond 
SARA A. WELSH Richmond 



SOPHOMORES/TAT-WEL 529 



University Store Plans Expansion 



PHYLLIS A. WENDERFER Maineville. 0. 
ANNETTE R. WESCOTT Somers Point. N.J. 
WALTER N. WESTVICH Okeana. 0. 
KATHY WHEATLEY Springfield 
BRENDA D WHEELER Salyersville 
JILLS WHICKER McKee 
CLIFFORD D. WHITAKER Cynthiana 
SHEREE D. WHITAKER Chavies 

DAVID E.WHITE Richmond 
STEPHEN G. WHITE Frankfort 
HARRY L. WHITEHILL Alexandria 
MARY E. WHITEHOUSE Crestwood 
DAVID A. WIBBELS Valley Station 
ANDRA V. WICKLUND Independence 
BETH A. WIENER Canton, 0. 
YVONNE R. WILBURN Cincinnati. 0. 

NANCY WILCHER Hustonville 
LIBBY L WILKINS Dayton, 
LINDA M. WILKINSON Berea 
DONALD L. WILLIAMS Shelbyville 
JAMES A. WILLIAMS. JR. Louisville 
MARK H. WILLIAMS Lexington 
ROBERT L WILLIAMS South Portsmouth 
ROGER L. WILLIAMS Lookout 

TED J. WILLIAMS Danville 
LONNIE E. WILLIAMSON Inez 
BRENDA D. WILLINGHAM Lily 
MACY WILLIS Corbin 
KEITH L.WILSON Louisville 
LEWIS WILSON. JR. Berea 
WAYNE T WILSON Tampa. Fla. 
EUGENE W WINBUN. JR. Louisville 





Students (above and opposite) express despair as they |am the bookstore 

during the fall rush. 



530 SOPHOMORES/WEN-WIN 




ROGER A WINKLE Cynthiana 
GARY B WINN Florence 
CATHY L. WINNER Cincinnati, 0. 
BRENDA F.WISE Danville 
JAMES R. WISE Louisville 
ARNOLD R. WITT Goshen. Ind. 
HARAN E.WITT Holmes Mill 
MALCOMB M.WITT Paris 

ROBERT L. WOLF Louisville 
DENNIS R. WOLF Covington 
ROBERT A. WOLFZORN Ft. Thomas 
BRENDA L. WOOD South Shore 
MICHAEL G. WOOD Pleasureville 
MICHAEL E. WOODS Florence 
SANDRA L. WOODS Louisville 
MARY A. WOZNY Louisville 

ALVIN WREN. JR. Gravel Switch 
NORMA A WRIGHT Junction City 
SANDRA K. WRIGHT Cincinnati. 0. 
MARILYN J. WULLSCHLEGER Jackson 
SANDRA J WYATTCorbin 
SHARON S WYATT Louisville 
MARY J. WYNKOOP Eaton. 0. 
GARNIE A YEAGER Bondville 



CONNIES YORK Richmond 

DAVID R YOUNG Tompkinsville 

DEBORAH A. YOUNG Danville 

JOHN C YOUNG Port-of-Spain. Trinidad 

JEANIEE. ZIEGENFUS Silver Spring Md 

DENNISC.ZION Bellevue 











SOPHOMORES/WIN-ZIO 531 



Freshmen Anticipate Coming Years 



The class of '74 began its 
college career with eager antici- 
pation of the four years to 
come. An experiment in living 
instilled a deeper appreciation 
of their fellow students. 

Many new friends and adjust- 
ments were made through 
various activities. Orientation 
Week, meeting with advisors, 
and that hectic first registration 
initiated freshmen to campus 
life. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. FROM TOP: Deb- 
bie Higgms. Student Senate; Jo Ann Gish. 
Student Senate; Steve Rowland. Student Senate; 
Bonnie Gray, Treasurer; Donna McArthur, Sec- 
retary; Mark Cowman. Vice-President; Jim Hollo- 
way. President 





4 Mmmtiii 



ELIZABETH A. ABELL Lebanon 
WARREN B. ABRAHAM Kettering, 
NANCY R. ADAIR Hopkmsville 
JUDITH F. ADAMS Louisville 
LINDA L. ADAMS Eubank 
MARSHA ADAMS Middletown, 0. 
WILLIAM B. ADAMS Pinevllle 
CAROLYN S. ADCOCK Louisville 

DONALD G. ALCORN Mt. Washington 
DEBORAH L. ALDRIDGE Carrollton 
ALANA K. ALLEN Shelbyville 
BLANDAK ALLEN Hazard 
CARMEN ALLEN Barbourville 
KATHLEE J. ALLEN Cincinnati, 0. 
GARYD. ALLEY Winchester 
MICHAEL J, ALLEY Alcoa. Tenn. 

KATHY K. ALTON Monticello 
CONNIE J. AMANN Ft. Mitchell 
HELEN R. AMIS Flat Lick 
DONALD R. ANDERSON Bardstown 
HOLLY B. ANDERSON Williamstown. Mass. 
PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Covington 
PAULETTE M. ANDERSON Louisville 
RICHARD A. ANDERSON Hebron 

DEBORAH S. ANGEL Louisville 
DEBBI L. APPELMAN Florence 
JAMES A. ARLINGHAUS Elsmere 
B. SUSAN ARNOLD Mt Sterling 
JAMES D. ARTHUR Bybee 
CARMON G. ARVIN Lebanon 
CURTIS ASHERHyden 
SHEILA F. ATHA Lexington 

RONNIE D. ATKINS Dayton, 0. 

JANETS. AYDT Louisville 

PAULA L.AYDT Louisville 

KATHERINE BABINGTON Hackettstown, N.J. 

SUSAN J. BACHUS Cincinnati, 0. 

JOHN G. BADER Jeffersontown 

CARA M. BAGBY Covington 

DEBORAH F. BAILEY Shelbyville 

GERALD R. BAILEY Frankfort 
KAREN L. BAILEY Loveland, 0. 
STEPHEN C. BAILEY Harrodsburg 
BEVERLY R. BAKER Corbm 
CARLAA. BAKER Louisville 
JANET L. BAKER Marengo, 0. 
VIRGINIA J. BAKER Lexington 
WANDA K. BAKER Manchester 

DEBBIE L. BALES New Lebanon, 0. 
BARBARA BALL Catlettsburg 
DIANNAL. BALL Berea 
PAUL D. BALLARD Middletown, 0. 
JANET R. BALTES Lawrenceburg 
CYNTHIA K. BALTZLEY Cincinnati, 0. 
SANDRA K. BANKS Whitesburg 
BARBARA A. BANZHAF Ft. Thomas 

ROBERT S. BARGO Barbourville 
SUZANNE BARNES Alexandria 
LANA K. BARNETT Harrodsburg 
ROSEMARY L. BARNETT Lexington 
KATHY J. BARNHART Germantown, 0. 
ROBERT W. BARRETT Erlanger 
MARTIN J. BARSOTTI Ellwood City, Pa. 
JACKT. BARTLEY Hazard 

PHYLLIS C. BARTON Farmersville, 0. 
JANET E. BATES Hollansburg 
JANICE L. BATES Frankfort 
JENNIFER L. BATES Prestonsburg 
DEBBIE L. BATHIANY Ft. Thomas 
CONNIE R. BEAMS Jacksonville, III. 
DENNIS J. BEARD York, Pa. 
GARYL. BEARD Louisville 



FRESHMEN/ABE-BEA 533 



Freshmen Eager To Learn EKU 'Ropes' 



MICAHS. BEARD Liberty 
TERRY A BECKER Silver Grove 
DARLENE BEGLEY Paint Lick 
DEBORAH S. BEGLEY Amelia. 
MARTHAS. BEHRENS Cincinnati. 0. 
RITA M. BEITLER Phoenixville. Pa. 
DEBORAH K. BELLAIRS Richmond 
DENNIS S. BELLINGER Danville 

ANGELA F. BENDER Lexington 
JUDI A BENEDETT St. Clairsville. 0. 
DAVID N. BENNETT Richmond 
MARY K. BENTLE Falmouth 
BETTNIA J. BENTLEY Worthmgton 
NANCYS BERBERICH Cincinnati. 0. 
TERESA A. BERLIN Wilmington. 0. 
EVEANNA K. BETZ Kayton, 0. 

ANNAM. BIAGI Shelbyville 

LORAL. BILLUPS Russell 

DONNAT. BIRCHFIELD Irvine 

BEVERLY K BISHOP Butler 

JOHN W BLACK LaGrange 

REBECCA M BLACKETER Lawrencebuer 

MARGARET A. BLAIR Manchester 

ANNE S. BLAKEMAN Lawrenceburg 

CAROL A. BLAKEMAN Louisville 
DEBORAH L BLANTON Lexington 
KAREN L. BLASKY Cincinnati. 0. 
DORIS E BLEDSOE Albany 
DENISE K. BLEVENS Louisville 
GAIL I. BLEVINS Cincinnati. 
MICHAEL L. BLEVINS Centerville. 0. 
LINDA S BOATRIGHT Lancaster 




Freshman coeds — and parents 
as the fall semester begins. 



face the line at the Case Hall check In 



534 FRESHMEN/BEA-BOA 




RITA J. BOGGESS Greenville 
LEA BOGGIO Hasbrouck Heights. N.J. 
THOMAS D. BOGGS Alexandria 
WANDA L BOGIG Frankfort 
KEVIN F. BOMHARD Troy, 0. 
MARLENE F. BONAR Falmouth 
SUSAN L. BONDURANT Frankfort 
PEGGY L. BONFERT Edgewood 

RANDI BOONE Hillsboro, 0. 
IVAN P. BOOTH Beattyville 
ANNE L. BOOTHE Carlisle 
HOWARD R. BOSTIC Frankfort. 0. 
JEFFREY D BOSEWLL Harrodsburg 
FRED W. BOTHWELL Covington 
STEVE S BOWEN Mt. Washington 
DEBORAH A. BOWLES Brooksville 

DON W. BOWLING Fairfield. 0. 
BARBARAS. BOYLAN Louisville 
SUSAN R. BRADLEY Frankfort 
BISHOP L. BRADSHAW Louisville 
MARY E. BRANCH Louisville 
TERRI L. BRANHAM Pikeville 
CYNTHIA A. BRANOM Sparta 
JEVETTA R. BREEDING Bardstown 

STEWART E. BRENTZEL Louisville 
MARY A. BRESCH Ft. Mitchell 
BRENDA C BREWER Dayton, 0. 
JANICE BREWER Hazard 
NADINE I BREWER Dayton. 
CHARLES R. BRIGHT Cincinnati. 0. 
MARTHA A. BRISCOE Louisville 
JANELLE S. BRITTIAN Pineville 

BOBBIE S. BROCK Pineville 
NANCY M. BRONSON Louisville 
BEVERLY A. BROUGHTON Shelbyville 
DEBORAH A. BROWN Cincinnati. 0. 
DEBRA J. BROWN Louisville 
MICHAEL W. BROWN Louisville 
WILLIAM J. BROWN Louisville 
DANIEL L. BROWNING Cynthiana 

ELDON BROWNING Waneta 
PAMELA S. BROWNING London 
WILLIAM S. BORWNING Harlan 
DEBORAH J. BRUMFIELD Lexington 
THEODORA M. BRUNETTI Pittsburgh, Pa. 
TIMOTHY J. BRYAN Centerville, 0. 
ELIZABETH C. BRYANT Cincinnati. 0. 
SHANNON BRYANT Pikeville 

SHELIA R. BRYANT Stearns 
JOSEPH M. BUCHANAN Florence 
MARY E. BUCHANAN Lebanon, 0. 
JAMES K. BUEHNER Farmersville. 0. 
VICKI G. BUGG Harrodsburg 
DEBORAH A. BUKY Mt. Washington 
DEBRA L. BULLOCK Louisville 
WILLIAM E. BURCH Winchester 

JANE T. BURDETTE Lebanon 
KRISTINE BURGESS Wheelersburg, 0. 
JACQUELYN BURLESON Ft. Thomas 
COY H. BURNAM Richmond 
BARBARA J. BURNS Willisburg 
SARA A. BURNS Franklin. 0. 
JAMES S. BURRIS. JR. Mt. Washington 
JOHNL. BURTON Louisville 

LARRY J. BUTLER Valley Station 
JACKIE E. CALDWELL Falmouth 
SAMMY G. CALDWELL Danville 
DANIEL W. CALKIN Louisville 
DEBORAH A. CAMPBELL Ashland 
EULENE CAMPBELL Middletown 
LESLIE J. CAMPBELL Loveland, 0. 
ROCKY L. CAMPBELL Corbin 



FRESHMEN/BOG-CAM 535 



STEPHEN G- CAMPBELL London 
SUSAN E. CAMPBELL Lebanon. 0. 
JANICE L. CARDWELL Louisville 
CATHY C. CARLETON Harrodsburg 
ANN B. CARMICKLE Versailles 
JAMES G. CARNAHAN London 
BARRY L. CARNES Middlesboro 
JEFF A. CARSON Falmouth 

ANN K.CARTER Louisville 
CHERYL L. CARTER Middletown. 0. 
ROBERT E. CARTER Richmond 
VENORA E. CARTER Raceland 
MICHAEL A. CASEY Richmond 
PHYLLIS J. CASEY Freeburn 
CAROLYN CASSEL Inez 
ROGER D. CASTLE Inez 

DARYL L CATLETT Harrodsburg 
ELIZABETH J. CATLETT Frankfort 
BOBBIE J. CAUDILL Pekin. Ind. 
DONALD W. CAUSEY Paint Lick 
BEVERLY A. CHADWELL Somerset 
CHRISTINE M. CHADWELL Richmond 
DAVE C. CHADWELL Shelbyville 
MICHAEL D. CHADWELL London 

DUSTY L. CHANDLER Madison. Ind. 
DENNIS W. CHANEY Cincinnati. 0. 
SARAH K. CHANEY Pikeville 
JAMES A. CHEEK Independence 
REBECCA A. CHRISTIAN Lancaster, 0. 
IN SUNG CHUNG Seoul. Korea 
ANNE C. CHURCHILL Irvington 
BONNIE S.CLARE Louisville 

KENNETH L. CLARK Lebanon 
KENT B.CLARK Big Hill 
LEISA L.CLARK Lexington 
RONNIE B. CLARK Monticello 
SHARON M. CLARK Manchester 
MARCIA B. CLARKE Mt. Prospect. III. 
ROSEMARY CLARKE Ashland 
PATRICIA A. CLEAVER Russell 

BETSY E. CLEMONS Richmond 
PATRICIA A. CLENDENEN Covington 
VICKI L. CLENSY Germantown. 0. 
DRUCILLA CLEVELAND Versailles 
ROGER L. CLEVENGER Valley Station 
RUBY G. CLEVINGER Vansant. Va. 
TIMOTHY W. CLIFFORD Dayton. 0. 
RANDOLPH M. CLINE Ft. Mitchell 

STEPHEN L. CLOUSE Corbin 
RONALD K. COATNEY Harrodsburg 
TERESA L. COCHRAN Lebanon. 0. 
BARBARA D. COLE Radcliff 
CAROLYN M. COLEMAN Paris 
CHARLES E. COLEMAN Pikeville 
KEITH A. COLEMAN Pikeville 
TERESA L. COLGAN Flemingsburg 

RICHARD G. COLLETT Covington 
KENNETH A. COLLINS Covington 
DIANA L COMBS Hazard 
JUDITH L. COMBS Sassafras 
RUTH COMBS Waynesburg 
THOMAS D. COMBS Beattyville 
JOHN I. COMPTON Pikeville 
JANET L. CONDREVA Frankfort 

LESLIE J. CONNETT Newport 
DAVID A. CONRAD Falmouth 
VERA D. CONRAD South Irvine 
CATHY J. CONROY Versailles 
JACK L. CONWAY Frankfort 
DONALD R.COOK Morrill 
MORRIS S. COOK Shelbyville 
LARRY COMMER Booneville 




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Influx Brings Traffic Congestion 



JOHN H. COOPER Georgetown 
KAREN A. COOPER Louisville 
MICHAEL L. COOPER Monticello 
SUE A. COOPER Paintsville 
GARY B.COPLEY Warfield 
R. F. COPLEY Williamson, W. Va. 
LYNN D. COPPERGreenhills. 0. 
JAMES R. CORBETT Bardstown 

LARRY C. CORMNEX Richmond 
HOWARD D. CORNETTGordon 
KENNETH CORNETT Hindman 
ROY M. CORNETT Georgetown 
MARY K. COSBY Richmond 
GEORGE J. COSTAS Athens, Greece 
JANE A. COSTINE St, Clairsville. 0, 
SANDRA J, COTTONGIM Manchester 




A military police company cadet makes a "what can I do" gesture to a motorist 
priest caught in the traffic congestion of students arriving for the fall term. 



FRESHMEN/COO-COT 537 



ncoming Freshmen Dread Rat Court 



JAMES M COWAN Winchester 
SUE E. COWAN Anchorage 
MARK F. COWMAN Wilmington, 0. 
BRENDAK.COXCorbin 
DANIEL W. COX LaGrange 
LARRY E. COX Louisville 
NONA B. COX Berea 
PATSY A. COX Berea 

SALLY K COX Louisville 
SHARON E COYLE Springfield 
WADE H. COYLE Richmond 
KARL W. CRABTREE Louisville 
RALPH M CRABTREE Monticello 
FRANKS CRACRAFT North Middletown 
DONNA H. CRAIN Lawrenceburg 
WENDY G. CRAMOND Lancaster 

GEORGIA A. CRAWFORD Falmouth 
MICHAEL B. CREECH Lexington 
JENNY L CROLEY Williamsburg 
DARYL E CROSSFIELD Paris 
CARLM.CROTHERS West Van Lear 
KATHY R. CROXTON Pleasureville 
BETTY J. CRUSE Winchester 
CHERYL A, CRUSE Greenhills. 

CLAUDIA C. CRUSE Louisville 
VICKIE R. CRUSE Richmond 
DANNY E. CUMMINS Brooksville 
PHILLIPS CUMMINS Brooksville 
JUDY A. CUNNINGHAM Richmond 
JIMMY R CUPP Valley Station 
BRENDA D. CURRAN Lebanon 
DENNIS C. CURRAN Cincinnati, 0, 




The accused (above) comes forth as the judge (opposite) passes sentence. 



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KAREN A. CURRENT Lexington 
ROBERT G. CURRY South Lyon, Mich. 
ALICE A. CURTIS Winchester 
TAFFIE J.CURTISCIayOty 
GREG CUTLIP West Carrollton, 0. 
MARGARET A. DAFLER New Lebanon. 0. 
ROYL. DALTON Bronston 
SHARON G. DALTON Richmond 

JENNIFER A. DANIEL Corbin 
WILLIAM C. DANIEL Winchester 
RICK W. DANIELS Englewood. 0. 
CHARLES J. DANSON. JR. Danville 
DIANEC DARENKAMPFt. Mitchell 
DAVID DARST Barberton. 0. 
DONNA K DAUGHERTY Falmouth 
CALVIN W.DAVIS London 

CAROLYN T. DAVIS Prospect 
CHARLOTTE A DAVIS Campbellsville 
CHRISTIAN L. DAVIS LaGrange 
CHRISTIE L. DAVIS Louisville 
DAVID L. DAVIS Trenton. 0. 
LAJAVA N DAVIS Mt. Sterling 
LESLIE A DAVIS Indianapolis. Ind. 
NINAG. DAVIS Carpenter 

RAY D. DAVIS Nlcholasville 
SANDRA K. DAVIS Hazard 
BARRON G. DAWSON LaGrange 
GEORGIA DAY Crab Orchard 
RONALD R. DAY Portsmouth. 0. 
MICHAEL L. DEATON Austin, Ind. 
LINDAG DEATS Louisville 
VERNON R. DEBRULER Owensboro 




FRESHMEN/CUR-DEB 539 



Rat Court Sometimes Rewarding 



BARBARA S. DECKER Louisville 
CORNELIS F DE HOOP Richmond 
MARY J. DE JACO Alexandria 
CATHY J. DEJARNETTE Winchester 
ANGELA C- DELANEY Butler 
PAULDELOTT Lexington 
PATRICIA L. DEMKO Louisville 
JO A. DENNY Wolton 

DAVID DENNIS Lexington 
MICHAEL E. DENNIS Richmond 
TERESA L. DENNY Louisville 
ROBERT A DESKINS Pikeville 
THOMAS A DESKINS Toler 
MARK A. DETOME Louisville 
RICHARDG DEVERS. JR. Midway 
GARY DICK Pueblo 

MARTHA J. DICK Pueblo 
FRED G DODD New Boston. 0. 
MICHAEL L. DONEWALD Lawrenceburg. Ind 
PATRICIA D DONOHUE Louisville 
STEVE K DOOLITTLE Louisville 
VICTORIA L. DOTSON Phelps 
DEBORAH E. DOTY Ft. Thomas 
DWIGHT A. DOUGLAS Richmond 

BURNIS B. DOWELL Calvert City 

ROBERT G DOWNING Lexington 
WILLIAM K DOWNS Bardstown 
MARTHA R DRAPER Crestwood 
ARTHUR A DRAUT Louisville 
SUSANN N. DUCKETT Somerset 
STEPHEN E. DUFFCincinnati.O. 
DIANA L DUGAN Ekron 




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Not all Rat Court sentences are unpleasant — or difficult. 



540 FRESHMEN/DEC-DUG 




DAVID L. DUGGERCorbm 
JAMES D. DUNCAN Lexington 
MARY C- DURHAM Danville 
EDITH G. DYE Frankfort 
KEITH M EARLEY Jamestown, 0. 
ELIZABETH J. EARLY Paris 
ELLA B. EASTERLING Pikeville 
ROBERT L. EASTERLING Booneville 

KENNETH S. ECKHARDT Pleasure Ridge Park 
DONNA M. EDWARDS Louisville 
MARK S. EDWARDS Louisville 
JOSEPH L. EGGEN Winchester 
CAROL J ELDREDGE Painstville 
VICKIES. ELIZER Monroe. 0. 
JUDITH C. ELLINGTON Ashland 
JUDITH M. ELLIOTT Miamiville, 0. 

VIRGIE P. ELLIOTT. JR. Danville 
ANTOINETTE M ELOVITZ Lexington 
BECKY W ELSWICK Pikeville 
WANDA G. ELY Pineville 
DENISEL. ELZY Louisville 
JOYCE A. EMBERTON Tompkinsville 
JOYCE A. EMMONS Flemingsburg 
CAROLYN J. ENGLE Corbin 

GAYLE ENSMINGER Burlington 
DEBBIE L. ENSOR Mt. Sterling 
JIM A. EPIFANO Somerset. 0. 
SONIAJ EPHEY Somerset 
BARBARA L. ERISMAN Farmersville. 0. 
DEBORAH L. ERWIN Danville 
PATRICIA A. ERWIN Union. 0. 
JUDY K. EVERSOLE Buckhorn 

MARY J. EVERSOLE Lexington 
LEEK. EWING Louisville 
DEBORAH S. FAIRCHILD Louisville 
PAMELA R. FARMER Crab Orchard 
KATHY E. FARNEY Erlanger 
SUSAN K, FAUST Lexington 
MICHAEL L. FENDER New Richmond, 0. 
DEBORAH E. FENNELL Saxonburg, Pa. 

MICHAEL M. FERGUSON Louisville 
MARY A. FERRANTE Campbellsville 
DENNY FERRELL Middlesboro 
LOLA J. FIEDERER Winchester 
THOMAS E. FINDLEY Columbus. 0. 
MARTY A. FISK Independence 
TERRY L. FISK Coldwater. Mich. 
CINDY A. FITZGERALD Dayton, 0. 

KATHLEEN L. FLEMING Russell 
CHRISTINE A. FLETCHER Loveland. 0. 
JANICE L. FLETCHER Louisville 
JOYCE L FLORA Frankfort 
GENA K. FLORENCE Cynthiana 
CAROL A. FLOYD Danville 
ANDRE A E. FOGG Louisville 
ANNA L. FOGLE Springfield 

CAROL D. FOGLE Bardstown 
SANDRA J. FOLEY Lebanon, 0. 
BRENDA J. FORD Bardstown 
STEPHEN E. FORE Revenna 
YVONNE G. FORKAL Nicholson. Pa. 
WANDA L. FORREST Horse Cave 
JOYCE A. FORSYTHE Greensburg, Pa. 
JUNE G. FORTNEY Melbourne. Fla. 

MARSHALL K. FOWLER Charleston, S.C. 
JUDITH A. FOX Easton, Pennsylvania 
RICHARD P. FREILING Rockaway, N.J. 
CONNIE J. FREKING Florence 
KARIN S. FROBERG Newark. 0. 
CHRISTINE E. FRYE McArthur, 0. 
JOHN M. FRYMAN Cynthiana 
BRUCE M. FULTON Erlanger 



FRESHMEN/DUG-FUL 541 



RICHARD S. FURY Harrison. 0. 
CAROL A GAGE Mt. Sterling 
GEORGE T GAINES Georgetown 
LYNN A. GALLOWAY Russell 
GLORIA R GAMMELL Fairfield. 0. 
STEPHANIE GARDINER Louisville 
MARK E GARDNER Middletown. 0. 
TAFFIE D. GARDNER Versailles 

VICKI W. GARRETT Owingsville 
JACQUELINE J GARRISON Burlington 
DONNA E. GARY Valley Station 
MARY Y.GASKIN Albany 
BARBARA F. GAYHART Crittenden 
JOYCE GAYHEART Hazard 
KARENS GEHRONGermantown.O. 
DORIS A. GENTRY Brodhead 

JOSEPH R GEOGHEGAN Bardstown 
GREGORY A GIBBS South Shore 
DAVID F. GIBSON Lexington 
JOSEPH B. GIBSON Monticello 
JUDY L. GIBSON Louisville 
RICHARDC GIBSON Anchorage 
GINGER GILES Lawrenceburg 
H.R.GILES Middlesboro 

LINDA J. GILL Nicholasville 
RUTH A. GILLESPIE Covington 
ROGER D GILPIN New Haven 
TERRI A GINTER Richmond 
JO A GISH Louisville 
DANE P. GLASS Louisville 
MICHAEL A. GLENN Frankfort 
LESLIE J. GLICK Cincinnati, 0. 

SHARLOTTE A GLOVER Louisville 
SUSAN G GLOVER Danville 
JOHNE GOATLEY Springfield 
PAMELA GOBLE Prestonsburg 
DALE A. GODSEY Lancaster 
PAMELA J. GOEBEL Fairfield. 0. 
PHYLLIS A. GOFFCampbellsville 
HARRY D GOGGIN Stanford 

DEBORAH A. GOODWIN Crab Orchard 
JAMES W. GOODWIN Louisville 
PAMELA S GOOLMAN Irvine 
DIANE M GORMAN Louisville 
GARY T GOSSER Pleasureville 
JOY L. GOSSER Russell Springs 
ANITA J. GRAFFTaylorsville 
VICKY GRANNIS Ewmg 

DIANE GRANT Covington 
BILL Y. GRAVES Harrodsburg 
GAYLE F.GRAVES Erlanger 
CATHERINE S GRAVITT Frankfort 
BONNIE C. GRAY Dayton. O. 
EMMA J. GRAY Louisville 
MARK H GRAYSON Inez 
ALETA E. GREAYER Winchester 

JOE W.GREEN Lebanon 
PATRICK J. GREEN Erlanger 
ROBERT N.GREEN Berea 
CHARLES R. GREENE Louisville 
MARTHA E. GREENE Wilmington. 0. 
PATRICIA A. GREENE Middlesboro 
MARGARET E. GREENWELL New Haven 
WILLIAM M. GREENWELL Louisville 

JENNY L GREER Burdine 
DEBORAH E GREGORY Ft. Thomas 
GAIL E GREGORY Covington 
NANCY K.GRETZINGERTroy. 0. 
CONNIE L.GRICE Louisville 
JAMES W, GRIDER Liberty 
MARY J. GRIDERTompkinsville 
SARAH K GRIESCH Valley Station 




542 FRESHMEN/FUR-GRI 



Book-Buying: A Necessary Ordea 




Just one more hurdle — that of the cash register — stands between these 
students and that first class. 



FRESHMEN 543 



New Acquaintances Come Easy 



SANDRA L. GRIFFIN Cincinnati, 0. 
ANNA G GRIFFITH Sebastian's Branch 
RITAK.GRITTONSmai 
RITA L. GRITTON Harrodsburg 
V. LOUISE GRIVETTI Harrodsburg 
JAMES M GROLLIG Bellevue 
PAULA J GROLLIG Covington 
BOBBIE J. GROSS Warsaw 

CAROL A. GROTE Morehead 
GRETCHEN A. GROTE Springfield, 0. 
PATSY J. GULLETT Lexington 
CHARLES H, GUYN Nicholasville 
FRAN HACKMAN Ft, Mitchell 
KENNETH W. HACKWORTH Mt. Vernon 
GLENN E. HAEBERIN Louisville 
HUBERT L. HAGAN Louisville 

RICHY A. HAGGARD Winchester 
DIANE M. HAHLEN Erlanger 
DEBORAH S. HALDERMAN Pisgah. 
DANA. HALE Ft. Thomas 
DONNA J. HALE Manchester 
JAMES H. HALEY Louisville 
CAROL A. HALL Mt Sterling 
CHRISTINE A. HALL Mattydale. NY. 





Two beamed freshmen come under the approving eye of an upperclass- 
man on the student plaza. 



544 FRESHMEN/GRI-HAL 




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JUANITAL. HALLBurdine 
KAREN L HALL McDowell 
KEVIN C. HALL Corbin 
RHONDA G. HALL Betsy Layne 
ROLAND T. HALL South Shore 
SHERRIE L. HALL Lexington 
TONDAL. HALL Hi Hat 
JAMES W. HALSEY Walton 

DENNIS B. HAM Cynthiana 
DANE R HAMILTON South Bend. Ind. 
DEBBIE A. HAMILTON Georgetown 
JUDY HAMILTON Pikeville 
KAREN L. HAMILTON Owensboro 
PHYLLIS J. HAMILTON Loretto 
REBECCA L. HAMILTON Richmond 
ANTHY K HAMMOND Monticello 

JOAN A. HAMMOND Morning View 
MARY M HAMMOND South Shore 
WILLIAM M. HAMMONS Lexington 
LILA J. HANDSCHUM AKER Marietta. 0. 
JUDY K. HANSFORD Shopville 
LYNDA J. HAPNER Nashua, N.H. 
JENNIFER HARDIN Henderson 
MICHAEL B. HAREMSKI Saginaw, Mich. 

BEVERLY S. HARNED Boston 
JOSEPH T. HARP Cumberland 
DENNIS HARRIS Shelbyvllle 
GILDA S. HARRIS Richmond 
JOY HARRIS Middlesboro 
KAREN S HARRIS Richmond 
DEBBIE S. HARRISON Louisville 
WILMA J HARRISON Jackson County 

BARBARA J. HARROD Frankfort 
JOHN C. HARTJE East Ryland Heights 
DAVID A. HARTLEY Versailles 
SUSAN J, HARTSOCK Waynesville, 0. 
DONALD R. HARVEY Bellevue 
HENRY F. HATCHER Pikeville 
RONALD L. HATFIELD Prestonsburg 
CHERYL S. HAUSER Fairfield. 0. 

DEBORAH J. HAWKINS Lexington 
KATHY A. HAWKS Cincinnati. 0. 
ELIZABETH C. HAYES Tyner 
SUSAN C HAYHARST Lexington 
RUTH A. HAYS Gravel Switch 
STEVE R. HAYS Cincinnati, 0. 
REBECCA M. HAYWOOD Prestonsburg 
MARY L. HEAD New Haven 

DANNA V. HEATON Lexington 
KATHY A. HECKMAN Louisville 
CARLA S. HEINISCH Georgetown 
WILLIAMS- HELM Louisville 
JOHN K. HELTON Catlettsburg 
PEGGY J. HEMMERLE Bellevue 
JEAN C. HEMPFLING Hebron 
HARRY S. HENSLEY Nicholasville 

LINDAS. HENSLEY Stamping Ground 
VICKIL HENSLEY Lexington 
IMOGENE HERALD Amelia, 0. 
LINDAS. HERN Hillsboro.O. 
MARK W. HERRICK Lexington 
GAYLE A. HERRMANN Ft. Mitchell 
DIANA J. HERTH Cincinnati. 0. 
VINCENT J. HEUSER Louisville 

JOE R.HEWLETT Louisa 
SUSAN S. HIBBS Bardstown 
JANET L. HICKS McLean, Va. 
JUDY L. HICKS West Chester. 0. 
DEBBIE A. HIGGINS Louisville 
VICKIEC. HIGNITE Cynthiana 
CATHY E.HILL Versailles 
CHARLES A. HILL Louisville 



FRESHMEN/HAL-HIL 545 



DOUGLAS E HILL Manchester. 0. 
KAREN E- HILL Fairless Hills, Pa. 
LARRY L.HILL Louisville 
STANLEY W. HILL Alexandria 
MERRY C. HINDS Ft. Thomas 
PAUL D. HINES Goshen, 
WILMAJ HINKLE Barbourville 
GARY F. HISEL Lexington 

JOHN R. HITCHCOCK Shreve. 
ANNEC HITEBardstown 
PAMELA A, HOBBS Stanford 
PATTY A. HOCHWALT Dayton, 
LARRY E. HODGE Shepherdsville 
MELANIEJ HODGE Corbin 
CAROL A, HOEHLER Louisville 
DONNA S HOFFMAN Ft. Mitchell 

MARY T. HOFFMAN Bardstown 
GEORGE M HOLBROOK Ashland 
MICHAEL L. HOLBROOK Richmond 
TANYA L. HOLBROOK Washington C.H.. 0. 
LOIS A. HOLLAN Austin, Ind 
EUGENE W HOLLAND Fairdale 
JANET D HOLLEY Louisville 
SHARON K. HOLMES London 

DENNIS S HOLSCLAW Louisville 
SHEILA K HOLSCLAW Lexington 
BEVERLY A HOLTON Independence 
JAMES M. HOOD St. Florence 
RAYMOND A HOOD Medina. 0. 
CINDY L HOPKINS Belfry 
GREGORY HOPKINS 
LEA A. HOPKINS Pmeville 

GARY W. HOPPERTON Dry Ridge 
NANCY K. HOUDESHELL Dayton. 
ESTHER B. HOUSER Lynch 
REBEKAH J HOUSTON Franklin 
DARRELLN HOVIOUS Hustonville 
BETTY P HOWARD Ft Mitchell 
JIMMY R HOWARD Richmond 
MOLLY S. HOWARD Richmond 

PHILIP E. HOWARD Augusta 
WALTER B. HOWARD Louisville 
DEBBIE M. HRICKO Rockville, Md. 
DEBORAH J. HUBBARD Richmond 
LEON R. HUFFMAN Lexington 
ARTHUR A HUGHES Louisville 
JACKY R HUGHES Monticello 
WILLIAM L. HUGHES Irvine 

WANDA L. HUMAN Louisville 
ALVIN F HUMPHRIES Frankfort 
DEBRA L HUNGLERCovington 
BRENDA D HUNT Paint Lick 
RONALD E HUNT Louisville 
TOM J. HURAK Fostona, 0, 
STEVEN L HURLEY Xenia.O. 
DEBORAH J. HURST Coraopohs, Pa. 

LINDA G. HURT Hazard 
ROCKY L. HURT Pikeville 
CERESAM. HUTCHERSON Frankfort 
PEGGY L. HUTCHERSON Frankfort 
SALLY L. HUTCHERSON Walton 
TINK HUTTON Holbrook 
KEITH H. HUYSMAN Dayton, 0. 
JUDY HYDE Manchester 

PAMELA K. ISERALFIorence 
EARL D. ISOX, JR. Lexington 
BETTY D JACKSON Richmond 
FRANCES L. JACKSON Louisville 
MARGIE A. JACKSON Morning View 
DEBBIE R JACOBS Walton 
LESLIE A JAMES Northfield, N.J 
LLOYD M JAMES Stanford 




546FRESHMEN/HIL-JAM 



Campus Teems With Students Action 




WILLIAM J. JAMES Louisville 
PHILLIP L. JARED Louisville 
TARA L. JASPER Mt. Washington 
JO A. JEFFERS Frankfort 
SALLY N. JEFFERS Newark, 0. 
REVELLE L. JEFFRIES Louisville 
BARRY L JETT Frankfort 
LUTHER D. JEWELL Corbin 

JUDY K. JOHNS Richmond 
BRENDAL JOHNSON Walton 
CARROLL D. JOHNSON Ft. Mitchell 
CHARLES F. JOHNSON Pikeville 
GARNIE M. JOHNSON Myra 
JACQUELYN S. JOHNSON Frankfort 
JANET G. JOHNSON Cincinnati, 0, 
KAY A. JOHNSON North Ridgeville. 0. 

MARSHA D. JOHNSON Louisville 
NANCY J, JOHNSON Lexington 
PAMELA J. JOHNSON Louisville 
WINNIE JOHNSON Florence 
YUETTE A. JOHNSON Louisville 
RUTH JOHNSTON Middlesboro 
BONNIE J. JONES Erlanger 
DENISE E. JONES Liverpool, N.Y. 

DIANNE C, JONES Lancaster, 
EDWARD E. JONES Fredericksburg, Va. 
HUGH A JONES Lexington 
JUDY G.JONES London 
KAREN L. JONES Cincinnati. 0. 
NANCY A. JONES Louisville 
VICKIE L.JONES Richmond 
PAMELA K. JUDD Florence 




Girl-watching is a favorite sport of EKU men, and these four fellows are a study in styles. 



FRESHMEN/JAM-JUD 547 



Study Sites Many, Diversified 



PATRICIA M. JUDGE Burlington 
BETH J. JUREK Frankfort 
CHESTER JUSTICE. JR. Pikeville 
NANCY J. JUSTICE Cincinnati, 0. 
E. THOMAS KALE Bowling Green. 
KAREN E KARETH Cincinnati. 0. 
CHARLES E. KEELING Bardstown 
SHARON L. KEELING Willisburg 

NANCY J. KEES Alexandria 
JAMES L KEETON Mobile. Ala. 
DAVID E KELLER London 
TONY KELLER Owensboro 
SARAH K. KELLEY Lexington 
JERRY L KELLY Lexington 
CYNTHIA A. KELSO Cincinnati. 0. 
RICK L KEMERLY Louisville 




Lured outdoors by warm weather, an inventive coed uses a bench in lieu of a desk. 



548 FRESHMEN/JUD-KEM 




JEAN A. KEMPErlanger 
DONNA E KENNEDY Cincinnati, 0. 
JAMES M KIDDCorbin 
PAMELA S. KIDDOO Fairfield, 0. 
BOYD B. KIDWELL Bardstown 
JOYCE K. KILGORE New Paris. 0. 
GAIL L. KIMBALL Norwood, 0. 
HAROLD F. KINCAID Beattyville 

ANNBRUCE G. KING Lexington 

KAREN S KING Brooksville 

LUCIEN L KINSOLVING, JR. Shelbyville 

LINDEN D KIRBY Prospect, 0. 

DOROTHY K. KIRCHDORFER Brandenburg 

ERIC P. KISER Louisville 

CYNTHIA I. KNIGHT Hackettstown, N.J, 

PATTY C KNIGHT Arlington. Va 

JANR. KOESTER Ft. Mitchell 
PATRICIA A. KOHL Cincinnati, 0. 
KATHYA KOHLBECKER Winchester 
CATHRYN A KOTTMYER Florence 
KAREN E KRANZErlanger 
LINDAS KRAUTH Ft Mitchell 
KATHRYN A KRAUTWATER Springfield. 0. 
JIME. KRUSE Louisville 

REGINA M. KUEHN Louisville 
CARLA A. KUFFNER Jeffersontown 
STEFFANI L. KWOZALLA Covington 
LENETTA LACADEN Louisville 
ELIZABETH D. LACKEY Berea 
MARYANN LAHLEY Cincinnati. 0. 
JENNIFER L. LAIRD South Vienna. 0. 
JANICE C LAMARR Lexington 

JERRY G. LAMB Paint Lick 
DANNY C LAMBERT Louisville 
DAVID R. LANEMt. Sterling 
JOHN R LANIER London 
PAUL C. LANTER Wilhamstown 
PATRICIA A. LAPE Bellevue 
GARY R. LARKIN Lexington 
MARK A. LAWLESS Lexington 

DEBBY LAWRENCE Louisville 
GAIL A. LAWSON Louisville 
DONALD R. LEATHERS Frankfort 
JAMES F LEAVELL Lexington 
DIANE LEDFORD Valley Station 
BRENDAJ. LEE Louisville 
FRANCES N. LEE Lebanon 
DANIEL J LEGEL Louisville 

LINDA J. LEMAY Fairfield, 0. 
SHERRI L. LENBERGER Louisville 
ADRIENNE H. LENNART Louisville 
LIZK. LEVALLEY Dayton, 0. 
CARL L. LEWALLEN Corbin 
ANNE J. LEWISPaintsville 
BEVC. LEWIS Morrow, 0. 
DEBORAH K. LEWIS Flatswood 

EARNEST J. LINDERCincmnati.O. 
NANCY L. LINGRUEN Akron, 0. 
WILLIAM A. LIPKE Southgate 
RICHARD D. LITTLE Pikeville 
TERESA J. LITTLETON Lexington 
JANET L. LOCKRIDGE Mt. Sterling 
TINAF, LOEBErlanger 
GARY M. LONG Harrodsburg 

GENE R. LONG Centerville. 0. 
MARY B. LONNEMAN Ft. Mitchell 
DENISE LOUDERBACK Louisville 
CAROLYNS. LOVE Paris 
SANDRA K. LOVELY Richmond 
SUSAN L. LOWE Winchester 
PAMELA L. LOWERY Richmond 
BEVERLY J. LUCAS Stanford 



FRESHMEN/KEM-LUC 549 



BARBARA E LUMSDEN Cincinnati. 0. 
GEORGE D LUNCEFORD.JR Radcliff 
SANDRA K. LUNDY Pineville 
JOE A. LYON Paintsville 
VIOLET M LYONS Taylorsville 
PHIL D. McAFEE Louisville 
DONNA B. Mc ARTHUR Cincinnati. 0. 
CONNIE K McBURNEY Carrollton 

CATHY S. McCARTY Salyersville 
JUDITH A McCLANAHAN Williamstown 
LISA E. McCLAVE Portsmouth, 
RANDALL G McCLEARN Shepherdsville 
CAROL L McCONNELL Lexington 
KAREN E McCORD Brooksville 
BOBBY A McCOUN Lawrenceburg 
DEBORAH K. McCOY Phelps 

CONNIE L McCULLARWilmore 
JANICE M McCULLUM Louisville 
RUSTY W. McDONALD Louisville 
JOYCE A McEWEN Louisville 
JUDY L.McFALL Albany 
ALISONS McFARLANDOwensboro 
DAVID L McFARLAND Frankfort 
JUDITH E McGUIREMiddletown.O. 

DONNAL MclNTOSH Milwaukee. Wis. 
LARSON MclNTOSH Irvine 
CAROLYN MclNTYRE Ehzaville 
DEANC McKAY Louisville 
DAN R. McKEE Decatur. Ill 
KATHRYN H McKENZIE Paintsville 
DEBRAJ McKINNEY Ft Mitchell 
DONNA J McKINZIE Louisville 

RAMONA K McNEES Cynthiana 
JOHN D. McNEW Mt. Vernon 
JAN1S L. McNULTY Cincinnati, 
JOSEPH D McPHERSON Lancaster 
RACHEL L McQUERRY Paint Lick 
DENNIS L McWILLIAMS Battle Creek. Mich. 
PHYLLIS A MACAULAY Kettering, 0. 
LINDA D MACKShelbyville 

LINDA S MADDEN Plainf leld. Ind. 
JEFFREYS MAGERS Louisville 
LINDAS MAGGARD Hazard 
JOYCE A. MAINS Butler 
PATTY L. MAINS Falmouth 
JAMES R MALLORY Louisville 
MARY B MANDT Pikeville 
LINDAS MANNING Somerset 

LUCYC MARCUM Albany 
VICKIE C MARION Lexington 
JAMES R MARKESBERY Erlanger 
RUSS W. MARKESBERY Erlanger 
JAYNEL MARLOWE Frankfort 
DARYLP MARMILLOT Louisville 
DEBORAH L MARSHALL Paris 
ROBERT B MARSHALL Mt Clemens. Mich. 

VIRGINIA A. MARSHALL Georgetown 
KEVIN D MARTELLO Lexington 
DELILAH A MARTIN McKee 
LEE G. MARTIN Owensboro 
VICKI L MARTIN Louisville 
PEGGY A MASCHMEYER Ludlow 
JOHNM MASON Covington 
MICHAEL L MASON Lynch 

DOLORES MASSINGALE Melbourne 
PAMELA A MASTERS Richmond 
LANAS MATTINGLYSpringfield 
LINDAS. MATZVilla Hills 
BOBBY G. MAUNEY Louisville 
SHARON E MAUPIN Lebanon 
PATTY S MAVITY Richmond 
KATHY L MAY Prestonsburg 




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Students Seek Spare-Time Fun 




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KATHY MAYER Alexandria 
GWEN MAYES Harrodsburg 
HAROLD S- MAYES Bonneville 
MITCHELL A. MAYES Middlesboro 
CHARLES C. MEADE II Catlettsburg 
SHIRLEY J. MEADORS Williamsburg 
KRISTY L. MEEKS Shelbyville 
NADIENE R. MELLONCAMP Dayton. 0. 

WATANNA K. MERCER Eaton. 
MICHELER MERCHANT Dayton 
GEORGE P. MERRICK Danville 
SHERRY G MESSER Mansfield. 0. 
DAVID L. MICHAEL Lexington 
LOUISE MIDDEN Cynthiana 
GARY D. MILBY Louisville 
JOANNE MILELLI Denville. N.J 

KEVIN C MILES Indianapolis. Ind. 
ARTHUR L. MILLER, JR. Louisville 
CHERI L. MILLER Covington 
CHESTER W. MILLER Jamestown. 0. 
EDWIN A MILLER Winchester 
HERSCHEL P. MILLER Fairdale 
JACQUELINE L. MILLER Louisville 
JOAN F.MILLER Russell 



Sights such as this frisbee tossing student were common during the warm 
months of the school year. 



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Band Day Provides Fall Color 



KATHRYN S. MILLER Lexington 
LILLA S.MILLER Louisville 
BETTY L MILLS Louisville 
MARY R MILLS Ft Meade. Md 
MYRAG. MINOR Mannsville 
CARLA J MITCHELL Frankfort 
PATRICIA K. MITCHELL Paducah 
JAMES S MOBLEY Louisville 

SANDRA J. MOERMOND Ft. Thomas 
MARGARET J. MOEVES Ft. Mitchell 
DEBORAH A. MONAGHAN Springfield. 
CAROLYN L. MONICAL Hawesville 
DONNA J MONIN Bardstown 
ALICE M MONTGOMERY Scottsburg, Ind 
BARBARA J. MOORE Louisa 
GREGORY H MOORE Miamisburg. 0. 

GWENDA L. MOORE Fairfield. 0. 
KAREN S MOORE Falmouth 
MARILYN E. MOORE Louisville 
MICHAEL D. MOORE Dayton. 0. 
SANDRA MOORE Louisville 
SHERRY C MOORE Portsmouth. 0. 
TANYA F MOORES Danville 
CARLOS A, MORENO Hazard 

MICHAEL MORGAN Clospllnt 

PHILLIPW MORGAN Louisville 

SHIRLEY D MORGAN Fairdale 

LUCY A. MORLEY Danville 

NORANNE L. MORNINGSTAR Springfield, 

JERREE A MORRIS Ashland 

MARCIA C. MORRIS Cincinnati. 

PAULD MORRIS Ft. Thomas 




One of the more than 60 bands in the Band Day pa- 
rade makes its turn toward downtown Richmond. 



552 FRESHMEN/MIL-MOR 




THOMAS S MORTON Troy. 0. 
DALE J MOSS Ft. Mitchell 
ANGELA M MUDD Bardstown 
CHRISTINE D MUELLER Florence 
LINDA MUELLER Louisville 
RICHARD C. MUELLER Ft. Thomas 
ARTIE M MULLEN Georgetown 
STANFORD T. MULLEN Louisville 

SALLY A MULLINS Cincinnati. 0. 
BRENDA K MURPHY Blue Ash. 0. 
CAROLYN S MURPHY Shelbyville 
JAMES D MUTH Radcliff 
MICHAEL B MYERS Louisville 
WILSON MYERS Birmingham. Ala. 
PAMELA R MYNAHAN Louisville 
CARLA J. NAGLE Richmond 

PATRICK L. NALLY Springfield 
BARBARA J. NAPIER Manchester 
DAVIDS NEAL Pine Knot 
VICKI L. NEAL Portsmouth, 0. 
JEAN A. NEIKIRK Danville 
GARY C. NELSON Melbourne 
PAUL D. NETTLE Canal Fulton. 0. 
JOHN E. NEUFARTH Southgate 

GEORGE R. NEUMEISTER Jeffersonvllle. Ind. 
PATRICIA L. NEWKIRK Stanford 
SHARON R. NEWMAN Hi Hat 
H. DAVID NICHOLSON Dayton 
DONNAS. NICKELL Wilhamstown 
THOMAS L. NICKELL Winchester 
CLARA NOBLE Minnie 
DALE NOBLE Hazard 

JUDY L. NOE West Alexandria 

CHARLOTTE C. NOEL Louisville 

PENNY K. NOEL Miamisburg. 0. 

MARK E. NORENBERG Louisville 

WILLIAM H. NORTHUP, JR Hartford, Conn. 

LYNN W, NORVELL New Castle 

ARLENE M. NUNN Pikeville 

BERNARD B. OBRYAN III Louisville 

SANDRA L. O'BRYAN Louisville 
BONNIE M. ODLE Tompkinsville 
DEBRAL. OLDS Frankfort 
MARK A. OLGES Louisville 
MARKL. OLIVERCovington 
KATHYL. O'NAN Louisville 
C. EDWARD O'NAN Frankfort 
LINDA L.OPELL Louisa 

LINDA A OSBORNE Paris 
CHERI A. OSLER Linwood, N.J. 
SUSAN A. OTTO Ft. Thomas 
PAULA J. OVERSTREET Perryville 
REBECCA M. OVERSTREET Lexington 
BETTYS. OWENS Corbin 
PAMELA L. PACK Paintsville 
LARRY K. PAGE Edmonton 

GARY W. PARISH Valley Station 
PAM T. PARISH Owensboro 
PATRICIA A. PARKER Paducah 
WILLIE C.PARKER Louisville 
DEBORAH L. PARKS Richmond 
FELECIA L. PARKS Richmond 
JARMILIA A. PARKS Richmond 
RUSSELL F. PARKS Lexington 

JANET A. PARSONS Cincinnati. 0. 
JOE W. PASLEY Winchester 
VICKI L. PATRICK Springboro. 0. 
DOROTHY A. PATTERSON Valley Station 
JANICE L. PATTERSON Louisville 
VICKI S. PATTERSON Burgin 
TERESA PATTON Paintsville 
KAREN L. PAUL Paducah 



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ALLAN T PAULSON Sparta. N.J. 
MARY L. PEARCY Louisville 
WAYNE G. PEARSALL Lorain. 0. 
ALAN L. PEARSON Richmond 
DEBRA K. PEARSON Dayton. 0. 
LARRY J PEAVLER Louisville 
HELENA S. PEEBLES McDermott. 0. 
LLOYD W. PENISTON Turners Station 

ERNEST L. PENNINGTON Spotsylvania. Va. 
LINDAS. PENNIX London 
CATHERINE A. PENTECOST Frankfort 
MICHAEL E PEREZ Brandenburg 
JUDITH L PERKINS Louisville 
RICKY L PERKINS Owenton 
ELLEN S. PERRY Vine Grove 
DAVID M. PETERS Corbin 

LINDA M PFALZGRAF Burlington 
JO A PHARIS Winchester 
CLAUDE B PHILLIPS Stearns 
CORKY L. PHILLIPS Hamilton. 
GEORGE M PHILLIPS Louisville 
REBECCA L. PHILLIPS Louisville 
WAYNE PHILLIPS Stearns 
CARRIE L. PHILPOT London 

JENNIFERS PLATT Dayton, 
GERALD W PICKRELLFIemingsburg 
LARRY D PIERSON Owenton 
JUNE E. PINNEY Martinsville. 0. 
BARBARA D PITAKOS Cincinnati. 0. 
BILLY G PLOETNERFairdale 
SHERRY L POLLOCK South Shore 
DIANNEG POLSTON Louisville 

JANET M.OPOE Louisville 
KARREN J POPE Fort Knox 
ELIZABETH J POTTER Linwood. N.J. 
MICHELEE POTTER Louisville 
NANCY E. POTTS Louisville 
MARTHAS PRATHERCynthiana 
SALLY J PRATHER Prospect Heights, III. 
MICHAEL W. PRATT Georgetown 

MALINDA A. PRESTON Pamtsville 
GAIL PRICE Pamtsville 
JAMESETTA PRICE Richmond 
NANCY PRICE Lexington 
SHERRY J PRICE Louisville 
JUDITH E PRINZ Covington 
EDGAR M PRYOR Turners Station 
MARTHA L. PRYSE Louisville 

MICHAEL L. PULLIAM Louisville 
WILLIAM B PURDOM Harrodsburg 
STEVE T RAABE Cincinnati, 
PAUL D. RABUZZI Louisville 
VICKIE L RADERER Louisville 
DAVID Y RAGAN Alexandria 
JAMES E RAINEY Louisville 
PAMELA L. RAINS Williamsburg 

DIANNET RAINVILLE Butler, N J 
DENNIS R RALEIGH Fern Creek 
MARTHA A RALEIGH Talbert 
EUBERTA J. RALSTON Louisville 
KAREN L RAMEY Harlan 
JOYCE M RAMSEY Albany 
VICKIS. RANEY Louisville 
ROBERT A, RANKIN Winchester 

I. RICHARD RASH. JR. Crestwood 
SUSAN M RASIMAS Grand Rapids, Mich. 
CHERYL L RATLIFFEIkhornCity 
VIRGINIA K RATLIFFEIkhornCity 
CAROL J RAY Louisville 
DEBORAH A RAY Finchville 
JAMES W RAYKIN Shelbyville 
LUCIA C. RAZOR Lexington 



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554 FRESHMEN/PAU-RAZ 



Freshmen Overcome Uncertainty 




MARY L. REAGAN Hartford 
THOMAS J REBILAS New Carlisle. 0. 
DONNA M. REDD Danville 
ILAM. REEDERChilhcothe. 
DWIGHT B. REESE West Irvine 
JAMES P. REEVES Melvin 
DIANNE M REHKAMP Florence 
ALICE J. REILLY St. Clairsville 

DEBORAH F REINCKE Cincinnati. 0. 
JESSIE M. REISS Louisville 
JANICEM RENNERCmcinnati.O. 
EDITH A. REYNOLDS Louisville 
JANE R REYNOLDS Lancaster 
KATHY A RHOADES Troy. 0. 
ANDREW W RICE Lexington 
BETTY K. RICE Prestonsburg 




He's a little ahead of himself, but the expression on this lad's face looks like it 
belongs under a beanie. 



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Homecoming Brings Back Grads 



JOANNE RICE Ashland 
CHARLES R RICHARDS Covington 
NORA E RICHARDS Mt. Sterling 
CONNIE J RICHARDSON Waco 
DEBORAH L RICHARDSON Waco 
JO A. RICHARDSON Lebanon. 
SHARON S. RICHARDSON Monticello 
VICKI J. RICHARDSON Liberty 

ANGELA R. RICHESON Louisville 
BECKY B RICKETTS Louisville 
PAUL M. RIDDELL Richmond 
RICHARDT RIDDER Newport 
THOMAS J RILEY Lebanon 
JAMI E. RINKS Middlesboro 
BEATRICE M RISHER Richmond 
CHARLES A. ROACH Radcliff 

DEBORAH J ROBBINS Danville 
CLAUDIA L ROBERTS Elsmere 
JAMES W ROBERTS Seymour. Ind. 
JUDY L. ROBERTS Erlanger 
REBECCA A. ROBERTS Ashland 
FRED S ROBINSON Orlando 
JOHN L ROBINSON Cincinnati, 0. 
MAGGIE M ROBINSON Louisville 

MATTIE J. ROBINSON Manchester 
ROBERT L ROBINSON Louisville 
RUTH A ROBINSON Bellevue 
SANDRA G ROBINSON London 
JANET I. RODGERS Frankfort 
LANE RODGES Wallms Creek 
WILMA J RODGERS Liberty 
HAROLD F ROESCH Fairfield. 




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Sporting an Eastern helmet. Goofy welcomes homecoming grads. 



556 FRESHMEN/RIC-ROE 




BRENDA S- ROGERS Stanton 
PATTI L. ROGERS Cincinnati. 0. 
SUSAN L. ROGERS Elizabethtown 
JACK C ROOKARD Lexington 
REBECCA A. ROSE Louisville 
MICHELLE A. ROSER Cincinnati, 0. 
JIM K ROSS Berea 
BILLIE A ROTHEL Midway 

JACQUELINE D ROUNTREE Louisville 
CAROL L. ROUSSOS Mt. Sterling 
KENNETH R. ROWLAND Wilmore 
OPAL S. ROWLAND Clover Bottom 
STEVE J. ROWLAND Louisville 
SHARON K. ROWLETT Bedford 
GERALD G. ROY LaGrange 
LINDA L. RUF Covington 

ANGELA L. RULE Louisville 
BRENDA G RUSH London 
CYNTHIA A. RUSSELL Newport 
TIMOTHY B. SAFLEY Louisville 
WILLIAM D SAMS Covington 
BARBARA J. SANDERS Richmond 
MARTHA F SANDS Louisville 
JOANNA D. SAUNDERS Paintsville 

LUCY J. SAWHILL LaGrange, III. 
PAUL E. SCANLON Lexington 
KAREN L SCHAFFERCincinnati. 0. 
JOSEPH E SCHETLER Louisville 
DON D. SCHILLING Lexington 
ROXANN SCHLELEIN Cincinnati. O 
ROBIN L. SCHMIDT Alexandria 
ROSALIE C. SCHMIDT Covington 

MARY L. SCHOLL Covington 
JAMES B SCHOMAKER Newport 
DOROTHY E SCHULER Waynesburg 
KAREN L SCHULER Louisville 
DAVID W. SCHULTZ Bromley 
GAILE. SCHULTZCelina.O 
JANET L SCHULTZE West Chester. 0. 
ROBERTA A. SCHUM Louisville 

DIANE S. SCHWANDNERCincmnati. 
LINDA K SCHWEITZERCincinnati, 0. 
RANDALL J SCHWEITZER Bardstown 
RONALD L. SCHWEITZER Bardstown 
CAROL P. SCHWENKE Union 
BABETTE SCHWEIRJOHANN Ft Mitchell 
JANICE M. SCOTT Wilhsburg 
JOYCE L SCOTT Middlesboro 

RUBYL SCOTT Mt. Sterling 
BRENDA J SEALS Harlan 
PATRICIA A. SEAMAN Florence 
PATRICIA A. SEBASTIAN Lexington 
TANYA L SEBASTIAN Germantown. 0. 
JOYCE SEILERErlanger 
WILLIAM H. SEIP Swedesboro, N.J. 
TERRI J. SEITZ Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

JERRI E. SELLERS Loveland. 0. 
MYRA E. SELLERS Leesburg. 
COY A. SEVIER Corbln 
DENNA K SEXTON Alexandria 
SIMIN R. SHAKIB Lexington 
ROBERT L. SHANES Lexington 
GARY T. SHARP Lexington 
LINCOLN V SHARP Harrodsburg 

LINDA D. SHARP Lockport 

LELAM.SHAWGreenville, 
OWEN H SHEELEY Louisville 
RONNIE A. SHEELEY Fairdale 
LOIS A. SHEIDLER Dayton. 0. 
KAMELYA E. SHELBY Louisville 
JAMES L SHEPHERD Lebanon 
MARY K. SHERIDAN Newport 



FRESHMEN/ROG-SHE 557 



GILBERT S SHEW Richmond 
JAMES R SHEW Richmond 
PAUL D SHINDELBOWER Richmond 
JANET W SHOBE Louisville 
JERRY L SHOTWELL Erlanger 
SAMIER E SHUNNARA Louisville 
PATRICIA J SHUTE Eaton. 
DENNIS M SILLS Lexington 

DANNY H SILVESTER Lexington 
JUDY M SIMMONS Brandenburg 
FREDRICK L SIMPSON Lancaster 
NANCEY M SIMPSON Springfield 
RICHARD L SIMPSON Gravel Switch 
BOBBY R SIMS London 
CHERYL L SIMS Burgm 
DEBBIE A. SIMS Lexington 

JEROME B SIMS Clarksville. Tenn 
LARRY R SININGER West Union. 0. 
VIRGINIA R SKAGGS Greenup 
DAVID A SKAROSI Sharpsville. Pa. 
JOHNIEM SKIPWORTH Kettle 
MICHAEL I. SLAYBACK Lawrenceburg. Ind. 
JOHN L. SLONECincmnati. 0. 
SHARON L SLUSHER Williamsburg 

ARTHUR B SMITH Louisville 
BEVERLY D SMITH Catlettsburg 
BRENDA L. SMITH London 
DELORES G SMITH Louisville 
ELAINESMITH Louisville 
JAMES D SMITH Loyall 
JANET L SMITH Phelps 
JOHN M SMITH Fairdale 

JUDITH K SMITH Tompkinsville 
JULIANNE SMITH Cincinnati. 0. 
MARK M SMITH Richmond 
MICHAEL R SMITH Raywick 
RHONDA J. SMITH Richmond 
SAMMIE L SMITH Louisville 
JOLLY B SNIDER Jeffersontown 
REBE CCA A. SNOWDEN Winchester 

DAVID M. SORTER Cincinnati. 
GREGORY A. SPAHR Cincinnati. 0. 
JOSEPH V SPALDING Lebanon 
NANCY L. SPARKS Leeco 
DEBORAH K SPARROW Louisville 
DIANE J SPECHTSouthgate 
ELLEN J SPILLMANCarrollton 
BELINDA S. SPRINGER Lexington 

JOYCE A. SPURLOCK Louisville 
SANDRA D STAHL Ft. Mitchell 
DONNA L STALKER Pikeville 
SARAH J STAMBACK Eaton. 0. 
JANE STAMBAUGH Cincinnati. 0. 
IVER R STANDARD. JR Frankfort 
MARTHA S STANGBY Hamilton. 0. 
GARY G. STANSBERRY Erlanger 

WILLIAM W. STAPLETON Knoxville. Tenn 
JOYCE A STAYTON Louisville 
KAREN J STAZETSKI Donora. Pa. 
RUTH A. ST. CLAIR Louisville 
RALPH STEELE Lexington 
NANCY J STEGER Florence 
PAUL R. STEINMETZ Louisville 
FRANK C STEPHENS Lexington 

KATHY L STEPHENS Norwood. 0. 
ALEXAG STEVENS Danville 
BETTY P. STEVENS Cynthiana 
CYNTHIA A. STEWART St. Convoy, 0. 
DONNA K STEWART Northfield. N.C. 
EVELYN G. STEWART Letcher 
MELINDA M. STEWART Worthville 
VINCENT P. STICKLEN. JR Ft Thomas 




558 FRESHMEN/SHE-STI 



Lazy Days Return With Spring 








MIMI K. STINSON Louisville 
JAMES L STISCAK Euclid. 0. 
JANE K. STOCKDALE Mt. Sterling 
BARRY W. STOESS Crestwood 
PAUL S.STRADER Louisville 
KARLA A. STRONG Lexington 
LARRY H. STROUD Fern Creek 
LARRY C.STRUNK Baxter 

DONNA M. STUBBS Hebron 
MARY A. STULTZ Morrow, 0. 
MARCELLA STUMBO Minnie 
DEBORAH A. STURGILL Cumberland 
SHARON A. SULLIVAN Goshen, 
CHARLES R. SUNLEY Lexington 
WALLACE W. SUTTON Hopatcong, N.J. 
GERALD J. SWEENEY Waynesburg 

MARY S. TABELING Ft. Mitchell 
KITTY S.TACKETT Virgie 
TERRI A. TAKACS Middlesborough 
GERALD W, TAMME Lebanon Junction 
NANCY R.TASSIE Louisville 
MICHAEL R. TATCHELL Shepherdsville 
SHARON R.TATE Dayton. 
ELNA C TATMAN Versailles 

LARRY R. TAULBEE Winchester 
JENNIFER S TAYLOR Louisville 
MARY S. TAYLOR Williamsburg 
LINDA J TERESI Arlington. Va. 
GAIL A. TERSTEGGE Boston 
MARSHA R. TEWMEY Harrodsburg 
JANICE M. THACKER Pikeville 
DAVID P. THEILER Louisville 




Spring fever on a pretty day is an irresistible fore 



FRESHMEN/STI-THE 559 



Warm Weather Makes A Splash 



ALICE J. THOMAS Greenup 
JOAN L THOMAS Louisville 
KAREN A. THOMAS Centerville, 0. 
PEGGY THOMAS Richmond 
ALFREDA N THOMPSON Owensboro 
JACQUELINE D. THOMPSON Florence 
JO L. THOMPSON Louisville 
LINDAC. THOMPSON Berry 

PATRICIA A THOMPSON Winchester 
ROBERT W. THOMPSON Winchester 
TERRY D THOMPSON Dayton. 
CONNIE S. THOMSON New Richmond, 0. 
EDDIE L. THORNTON Lexington 
CYNTHIA L. THURMAN Frankfort 
STEVEN D. THURMAN New Castle 
LEE A. THURMONDCorbm 

DAVIS D. TINDOLL, JR. Vine Grove 
PEGGY L. TINGLE Pleasureville 
MARTHA L TOLEMAN Brooksville 
VELMA L. TOMASSETTI Anchorage 
RUBY K. TRAUGOTT Versailles 
MARY E.TRAVIS Ghent 
NIKKI H.TRIPP Louisville 
HELEN J. TRISLER Harrodsburg 

MICHAEL L. TROUP Miamisburg. 0. 
HARRY L. TRUMAN Pleasureville 
LINDA L. TUCKER Benham 
MICHAEL M. TUCKER Somerset 
LORAINE A. TUNGATE Kettering. 
CHARLOTTE F. TURNER Richmond 
MARGIE P. TURNER Lerose 
SALLY A. TURNER Lawrenceburg, Ind. 




SS^3»? 



The Alumni Coliseum pool is a popular student recreation area during the summer months. 



560 FRESHMENATHO-TUR 




WILLIAM D TURNER Louisville 
KATHY J TURPIN Richmond 
TERESA R. TURPIN Richmond 
DEBORAH L. TYE Richmond 
ROBERT L. ULAND New Albany, Ind. 
SANDRA L. ULLOM Cincinnati, 0. 
WANDA L. UNDERWOOD Lexington 
KELVIN L UPCHURCH Monticello 

GLENDA F. UTTERBACK Frankfort 
SHERYL K. VAN BIBBER Maloneton 
DEBRA L. VANDERHORST Celina. 0. 
CHRISTY L, VANDERPOOL Lancaster 
THOMAS M, VAN DYKE Winchester 
DEBORAH J, VAN HOOSE Tutor Key 
ELINDA K, VANOVER Middlesboro 
GARY W. VAN PELT Wilmington, 0. 

ROGER D, VAN ZANT Mt. Vernon 

MARCIA D, VAUGHN Louisville 

NANCY R, VENTERS Pikeville 

JOHN M. VICEMaysville 

JESSE VIRES Chavies 

GOLDIE M. VITTITOE Mt, Washington 

DARLA J. VOGELSANG Hebron 

RICHARD G, VON HANDORF Lookout Heights 

KENNETH B, WADE Harrodsburg 
ANN C, WAGNER Ft. Thomas 
RICKY A, WAGONER Georgetown 
DEBORAH J, WAINRIGHT Goshen, 0. 
CHARMAINE WALDEN Winchester 
BARBARA P. WALKER Frankfort 
EARL W. WALKER Louisville 
RHONDA C. WALL Waynesburg 

PAULA K. WALLACE Lebanon, 
JULIA B.WALLIN Brooksville 
SUSY M, WALSER Pewee Valley 
JOYCE A, WALTERS Louisville 
THOMAS R, WALTERS Newark, 0. 
DEBBIE L. WARD Pikeville 
ELIZABETH K, WARD Whitesburg 
GWENDA G. WARMAN Westchester, 0, 

DAVID W. WARNING Erlanger 
ELIZABETH A. WARREN Paris 
PAULA M, WATERS Bardstown 
PATTI M. WATHEN Bardstown 
CYNTHIA J. WATKINS St. Louis, Mo. 
JAMES M. WATKINS Richmond 
JUDITH K. WATKINS Carrollton 
KENNETH D. WATSON Frankfort 

PATRICIA A. WATTS Winchester 
JAMES S. WAY Richmond 
CANDACE J. WEAVER Greensburg, Pa. 
CAROLYN A. WEBB Mt. Washington 
CHARLES R. WEBB Covington 
DEBORAH M. WEBB Perryville 
RITA J. WEBB South Portsmouth 
DELBERT E. WEBBER Ft. Thomas 

MICHAEL C. WEBER Ft. Thomas 
THERESA A. WEBER Louisville 
JUDITH L. WEBSTER Frankfort 
HERBERT F. WEDIG Mt. Healthy, 0. 
THERESE A. WEIGAND Florence 
SHERRY V. WEISMAN Cincinnati, 0. 
GARY F. WELDON Warehouse Point, Conn. 
MARSHA L. WELKER Shepherdsville 

BILLY D. WELLS Middlesboro 

DIANA WELLS Falmouth 

PAULA M. WERMUTH Independence 

TANYA L. WERNER Newtonsville. 0. 

LINDA J. WERT Union 

DANNY E. WESLEY Valley Station 

JERRY L. WEST Williamstown 

VIOLET F. WEST Richmond 



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EDIE M. WETHINGTON Walton 
JAN K WHALLEN Ft. Mitchell 
LUCY J. WHITAKER Manchester 
JAMES E.WHITE Louisville 
MARTHA J WHITE Paintsville 
MARY P. WHITE Georgetown 
BARBARA L WHITEHEAD Brooksville 
MARCIE A WHITEHEAD Falmouth 

JOHN M. WHITESIDE Birmingham. Ala. 
CATHY WHITIS London 
DEBBE A WHITLEY Cincinnati. 
JUDY WHITLOW Louisville 
ROBERT M WIDUP Richmond 
DEBBIE J WIGGINS Cincinnati. 0. 
HELEN J WIGGINTON Bloomfield 
TERRENCEP WILCHER Lebanon 

NANCY J WILCOX Louisville 
JANIE R WILHAM Russell Springs 
CHER L. WILHITE Louisville 
CHARLES M WILKERSON Lebanon 
BARBARA J WILKINSON Monticello 
F DOUGLAS WILLIAMS Pineville 
GARY L WILLIAMS Shelbyville 
HELEN J WILLIAMS Bardstown 

JENNIFER P WILLIAMS Lexington 
NANCY L WILLIAMS Irvine 
RICHARD F. WILLIAMS Lebanon 
RONALD D WILLIAMS Villa Hills 
JOHN T. WILLIS Nabb. Ind 
BONNIE J WILSON Lexington 
CATHERINES WILSON Paris 
DONNA S. WILSON Lexington 

GARY A WILSON Louisville 
LANA J WILSON Richmond 
ROGER R WILSON Louisville 
BILL J. WINBURN LaGrange 
MARGARET A WINBURN Irvine 
DONALD R WITHROW Paris 
BRENDAL WITT McKee 
GLENDAM WITT Lexington 

VICKI K.WOLFE London 
TERESA A. WOMACK Grayson 
GENEVIEVE J. WOOD Frankfort 
JAMES T WOODHEAD Falmouth 
CONNIES WOODS Berea 
PAMELA H WOOLERY Irvine 
GAILL WORKMAN Akron, 
VICKI S. WORKMAN Brooksville 

MARTHA M. WORLEY Perryville 
MARY S WORTHINGTON Trenton. NJ. 
JUNE L. WRIGHT Bloomfield 
LARRY R. WRIGHT Sadieville 
DAVID G. WURFEL Okolona 
TERRY G WYATT Berea 
WILLARD D. WYNN Closplint 
NANCY A. WYSOCKI Fern Creek 

PEGGY S YAO Hong Kong 
KAREN J YATES Warsaw 
ROBERTA YEAGER Silver Grove 
LISA A. YELTON Ft Mitchell 
KATHIE J. YORK Albany 
DARLENE YOUNG Ashland 
PAMELA G YOUNG Danville 
CYNTHIA A YOUNGER Wilhamstown 

LEAMON B ZACHRY Winchester 
PAMELAS ZAK Winchester 
JOY L. ZANONE Louisville 
THOMAS A ZECHELLA Ft. Thomas 
PEGGY J ZEIDLER Ft Mitchell 
DIANE M. ZINK Miamisburg. 0. 
JOHN L ZINNER Fern Creek 
JANET C ZYTCZAKCorbm 




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The secret to drawing a good sketch — as in many things — seems to be 
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FRESHMEN 563 



Snow Welcomes Second Semester Students 



JANET L. ADAMS Brodhead 
L1LAD BLACK Walton 
LINDA C BLANC Brandenburg 
JANET K. BOOK Winchester 
MARY G BOSCHERT Erlanger 
ERIC R BUNDY Louisville 
BARRY L BURKETT Somerset 
WILLIAM E. BURNS Richmond 

TERESE M. COATES Gahanna. Ohio 
ELLA J. COLE Winchester 
TONY COX Richmond 
CAROLYN D CURTIS Corinth 
JUDITH G DEATON Jackson 
ROBERT A. DOUGHTY Preachersville 
BILLIE J. GILBERT Clay City 
ROBERT P GOODCincmnati.Ohio 




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564 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS ADA-GOO 




CONNIE S. GOODWIN Lebanon. Ohio 
LINDA K. HAMMONS Paris 
CHARLINDA A HARRIS Fleming 
RANDALL J HONEYCUTT Pmetop 
GWENDOLYN K HOOVER Brookville. Ohio 
REVA HURST Campton 
MARY B JACKSON Lexington 
VIRGINIA K.JONES Stanton 

VIVIAN E KAISER Louisville 
NORMA R. KECK Covington 
MARSHA E. KEITH Eubank 
BARBARA A. KEOGH Lexington 
BRENDA L KIDDCorbin 
DENNIS L. LANE Beloit. Ohio 
HENRIETTA LAWSON Jelhco, Tennessee 
PATRICIA E. LAWSON Battletown 

PATSY L. LAWSON Williamsburg 
ARTHUR LEFEVERS, JR Pmeville 
DONNA L. LEHMAN Alexandria 
MERVYN P LEWIS Arima. Trinidad 
JOHN J. LIPPY Louisville 
STEPHAN M. LOUIS Ft. Mitchell 
JOHN E. McFARLAND London 
SHEILA R. MAGGARD Louisville 

INAJ.MARCUM Hazard 
JERALD M. MESSER Pmeville 
ANITA K MITCHUM Lexington 
JAMES L MORRIS Richmond, Indiana 
ADRIAN R. MURPHY Louisville 
FRANKIE L. NUNN CrabOrchard 
NANCY L. NUNN Albany 
BETTY J O'HARA Corinth 

NILA J OSBORNE Clyde. Ohio 
S JOAN OVERSTREET Louisville 
SHERRY G PARSONS Holland. Michigan 
KENNETH H. PALMER Chambersburg. Penn 
JOSE R PARKER San Salvador. El Salvador 
J B PEAVLERHarrodsburg 
LINDA G PERRY Valley Station 
CLYDE W. PHILLIPS Mt. Vernon 

JANET M PIGMAN Jackson 

MARGUERITE H QUICK Baldwin. New York 

ANNE N. RADER Winchester 

BRENDA L. RANKIN Stanford 

CHERYL A. REED Medina. Ohio 

ILENE RIDDERCarrollton 

PATTY L RIGGS Mt. Gilead, Ohio 

JACQUELINE M. RUSSELL Bardstown 

MARVIN A. SANDERS Prospect 
DENISE A SCHENCK Westminster. Mass. 
STEPHEN E. SCHENCK Westminster. Mass. 
JOSEPH A. SCOPA. JR. Totz 
CAROLS SEKURAWestMitfhn, Penn. 
JUDY C SIZEMORE Dayton, Ohio 
GEORGE T. SLONE Piqua. Ohio 
JUDIC. SOUTH Frankfort 

JOHN G. SPAHRCincinnati. Ohio 
OKEY E. SPAULDING Ft. Mitchell 
CAROL A. STEWART Mt. Vernon 
LINDA C. SUTHERLAND Louisville 
REBECCA M. THOMAS Louisville 
JAMES R VANOVERMiddlesboro 
LINDA S VAUGHT Coco Solo. Canal Zone 
NANCY E. WALL Yosemite 



CHARLOTTE A. WATHEN Boston 

ROBERT WEBSTER Asheville. North Carolina 

LISA WILLIAMSON Inez 

ROBERT G WINKLER Salt Lake City. Utah 

DOUGLASS W. YOUNG Cincinnati. Ohio 

BRENDA A. ZIERES Middletown. New York 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS/GOO ZIE 565 



Senior Credits 



ABERCRUMBIE, REVELLA ANN; Danville. Delta 
Sigma Theta.Panhellenic p. 411. 

ACHZEHNER, BEVERLY ANN; Fort Thomas. 
SNEA. College Republicans, p 411 

ADAMS. JULIA. Princeton. Indiana p. 411 

ADDINGTON. D DIANE. Elizabethtown. Alpha 
Delta Pi. SNEA. Home Economics p 411 

ADIN, CARL H . Xenia. Ohio. Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon. Young Democrats, p 411 

ALEXANDER. JERRY DENTON; Somerset. Alpha 
Chi Lambda. Student Senate. Veterans Club. 

p 411 

ALEXANDER. WILLIAM M , Louisville. Circle K. 
College Republicans p 411. 

ALLEN, DEBORAH ANN; Louisville. Young Re- 
publicans. SNEA p 411 

ALLEN. JAMES DOUGLAS. Richmond p. 411 

ALLEN. VERA LEE, Raceland. ACE. SNEA p 
411 



AVERITT. ROBERT FAUBEL; Lexington, Vet- 
erans Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Honorary 
Police Fraternity, p. 41 1 



B 



LILLIAN S..Corbin. p. 411 

BABER. JERRY ANN. Paris, p. 411. 

BADGETT. PAUL R : Ashland. Beta Omicron 
p 412 

BAGWELL. GLENNA ARVIN; Lebanon. Phi 
Alpha Theta. p. 412. 

BAILEY. LARRY W ; Winchester, Photographer. 
Milestone and Progress. Alpha Phi Gamma. 
Debate, p. 412 

BAIRD. PATSY ANN; Middlestown. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta. ACE. CWENS. p. 412. 

BAKER. DAVID L.; Marengo. Ohio p. 412 

BAKER. EDSEL RAY; Lexington p 412 

BALDWIN. RONNIE LYNN; Covington. Military 
Police. Dorm Council President. Beta Theta 



Pi, AUSA, Association of Law Enforcement, 
Student Senate, p. 412 

BALLARD. ROBERT H ; Lancaster. Collegiate 
Democrats, Marketing Club. Intramural 
Sports p. 412. 

BARKAU. JOHN ANTHONY. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. Cheerleader. KYMA. 
Newman Club. p. 412. 

BARKER. WILLIAM PRESTON; Brandenburg. 
Pi Kappa Alpha p 412 

BARNARD. MICHAEL M.; Louisville, Marching 
Band. Symphonic Band p 412 

BARNES. KAY LYNN. Lynch. Vallienettes. Home 
EconomicsClub. YWCA p. 412. 

BARNES. WALTER LOWERY; Paducah. Ac- 
counting Club, Veterans Club. Newman 
Club p. 412 

BARNHARDT. LARRY JOHN. Richmond. Indus- 
trial Education Club. Student Senate p. 412 

BARSOTTI. MATTHEW F.; Elwood City. Pennsyl- 
vania. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Industrial Educa- 
tion Club, p. 412. 



ALLISON. ROBERT THOMAS; Lexington p .41 1 

AMBURGEY. MICHAEL FRANK; Mt. Sterling 
p. 411 

ANDERSON. CHARLES EDWIN, Elkhorn City. 
Delta Upsilon p. 411 

ANDERSON. GEORGE ALFRED; Maysville. Phi- 
losophy Club. Newman Club. Lambda Chi 
Alpha. College Republicans, p. 41 1 

ANDERSON. RAYMOND FRANKLIN; Berea p 
411 

ANDERSON. WILLIAM K , Albion. New York 
p. 411 

ANGEL. JUDY ELLEN; Louisville. Baptist Stu- 
dent Union p 41 1 

ARDINGER. NED ALAN; WHIiamsport. Mary- 
land p 411 

ARMSTRONG. NANCY SUE; Cincinnati. Ohio 
Kappa Delta p. 411 

ARTHUR. ALVA L. Richmond p 411 

ASHCRAFT. RAY PATRICK. Louisville. New- 
man Club. Honorary Business Fraternity 
p 411 

ASHER. LOUISE; Hyden, Kappa Delta Tau p. 
411. 

ASHLEY. KENNETH C; Lexington, p. 411. 

ASPATORE. EDWARD CHARLES: Louisville. 
HPER p. 411 

AUSTIN, ROBERT EUGENE; S. Portsmouth, 
Ohio, p.411 







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568 INDEX & DIRECTORY SENIOR CREDITS 



BATTLES. DONALD RAY; Stanton, College 
Democrats, p. 412. 

BATTLES. HOWARD EUGENE; Stanton. Young 
Democrats, p. 412 

BATTS. JAMES WILLIAM; Cattletsburg. p. 412 

BAUER. JANE COOKE; Louisville. Newman 
Club. Young Democrats, p. 412 

BAUMAN. BRUCE EDWARD; Sarasota. Florida 
p. 412. 



BECK. RUDOLPH WILHELM; Surinam. South 
America, International Student Association. 
Eastern Soccer Club. p. 412. 

BEGLEY, HELEN MARIE: Mason, Ohio p. 412. 

BEGLEY. RALPH DAVID; Paint Lick, p. 412 

BEHANAN. RUSSELL WAYNE; Ghent, Omega 
Psi Phi President, University Ensemble Pres- 
ident. p. 412 

BELCHER. JANICE LEWIS; Danville p. 412 

BENDS, JAMES PATRICK; Georgetown. Ohio. 
Phi Alpha Theta. p 412 

BENTLEY. JOHN ALLEN; Albion. New York p. 
412. 

BERTRAND. JEAN KATHRYN; Feds Creek. Col- 
lege Republicans. Christian Student Fel- 
lowship, p. 412. 

BICKETT. AMY MAY: Louisville. Chi Omega. 
Young Democrats. KYMA. SNEA p. 413. 

BIERMANN, ANN ELIZABETH; Cincinnati. Ohio; 
Valienettes, Home Economics Club. YWCA. 
p. 413 

BINDER. EARL WAYNE; London, p. 413 

BINGHAM. JAMES E . Corbin. p. 413. 

BLACK. BARBARA LYNN; LaGrange. Young 
Democrats, KYMA, SNEA, Chi Omega p. 
413. 

BLACK. BEVERLY GAIL; West Liberty. HPER 
p. 413. 

BLACK. RONALD LLOYD; Silver Grove, p. 413. 

BLAIR. CHARLES EDWARD; Winchester. Sigma 
Chi. p. 413. 

BLAKE. KAREN LYNN; Dayton. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta, Teacher Education Committee p. 
414. 

BLAKEMAN. IRA LEE: Lawrenceburg. p. 414. 

BLEDSOE. RONALD FRANKLIN; Erlanger. p. 
414. 

BLEVINS. FLOYD RAY; Monticello, Kappa Delta 
Pi President. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. MENC. 
Baptist Student Union. Kappa lota Epsilon. 
p. 414, 

BLEVINS. LLOYD KAY; Monticello. Phi Mu 
Alpha, Kappa lota Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Baptist Student Union. Men's Glee Club, 
Marching Band, Symphonic Band. p. 414. 



BLUE. HARRY A.; Louisville, p. 414 

BLYTHE. ROBERT RICHARD; Richmond. Math 
Club. ROTC Chorus. Student Council, Scab- 
bard and Blade, KIE p. 414 

BOAZ. RONNIE DOUGLAS: Paris p 414 

BOEH. DAN E.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Pi Kappa 
Alpha p 414 

BOGGIO, GUIDO; Hasbrouck Heights. New 
Jersey. AMA AUSA p. 414. 

BOONE. JOE W ; Springfield, Agriculture Club 
p. 414. 

BOONE, SUSAN KAY; Springfield, Kappa Delta 
Pi. Collegiate Pentacle. p. 414 

BORDERS. JUDY CAROL: Louisville p. 415 

BORIN. JOHN ANDREW; Norwood. Ohio. p. 415. 

BOSSE. TIMOTHY JAMES: Ft Thomas p. 415 

BOSTON. VELINDA SUE. Jeffersontown. Kappa 
Delta Tau. Milestone. Young Republicans. 
p. 415 

BOWEN, DARRELL L.; Malone. New York p. 
415 

BOWEN. MARTHA C . Malone. New York. p. 415. 

BOWLES. BRIAN LEE: Hazard. Agriculture Club. 
Student Council Representative, p 415 

BOWLING. LYNN ANNE; Brookville. Indiana p. 
415. 

BOWMAN. SHIRLEY ANN, Booneville. SNEA, 
Collegiate Democrats. National Council 
Teacher Education, p. 415. 

BOWMAN. TERRY WESLEY: Louisville. Student 
Council Representative. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
p 415. 

BOYD. RONALD DAVID: Cincinnati. Ohio. Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. Counter Guerrilla Raiders. 
AUSA p. 415 

BOYLE. IRIS ELAINE; Moreland. SNEA, Mathe- 
matics Club p. 415 

BRADT. PHYLLIS H.; Jenkins p 415 

BRANHAM. DONAGENE; Pamtsville. Chi Ome- 
ga. Cheerleader Captain. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. KYMA Club. HPER Club. Young Demo- 
crats. Queen Athena. ROTC Sponsor p. 415 

BRASHEAR. BRENDA DALE; Viper. Sociology 
Club. p. 415 

BRASHEAR, NORA D ; Corbin, Associate Chief 
Justice, Student Court, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Burnam Inter-Dorm Repre- 
sentative, Co-Chairman, Student Senate 
Election Committee, p. 415. 

BRASHEAR. SHERRY: Masons Creek p. 415. 

BRASWELL. KATHRYN LUELLA; Ashland, p. 
415. 

BREITENSTEIN, LARRY DOUGLAS: Louisville. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, IFC, Student Govern- 
ment, Young Republicans, p. 415. 



BRELAND. JAMES D ; Lexington. College Re- 
publicans. Omicron Alpha Kappa p. 415 

BRENNAN. DANIEL JOHN; Louisville. Veterans 
Club. Alpha Phi Sigma, National Police Hon- 
or Fraternity, p. 415. 

BRENNAN. FREDERICK G ; Miami. Florida p 
415 

BRITE. JAMES F ; Hardinsburg p 415 

BRITTAIN. GARY WAYNE; Barbourville p. 415 

BROADDUS. PATRICIA M.; Richmond, p. 415 

BROCK. SUSAN MORGAN, Mt. Sterling, p 415 

BROERING. KAREN LEE: Cold Spring. Colle- 
giate Pentacle. Cwens. Newman Club p 
415 

BROGDON. JOHNNY LEROY; Hopewell. Vir- 
ginia, p. 415 

BRONN. JAMES R : Anchorage. Phi Delta Theta. 
Young Republicans Club. p. 416 

BROOKS. PATRICIA ANN; Cynthiana p. 416 

BROOKS. ROBERT: Danville. President. Men's 
Inter Dorm, Pershing Rifles, p 416 

BROWN. BARTLEY R , Hebron p 416 

BROWN. CATHY SUE; Louisville p. 416 

BROWN. HELEN IRENE: Portsmouth, Ohio. 
College Republicans, Orchestra, p. 416. 

BROWN. JIMMY R ., Whitesburg. President Cir- 
cle K. President, Collegiate Democrats, Stu- 
dent Council. KYMA. Homecoming Commit- 
tee 1970 p 416 

BROWN. JOHN W.: Whitesburg. p 416 

BROWN. LARRY ALLEN; Ft Thomas p. 416 

BROWN. PAUL A ; Albany p 416 

BROWN. ROBERT THOMAS; Burgm p. 416 

BROWN. RONALD JAY: Pikeville. p. 416 

BROWN, WILLIAM CLARK: Camden. Ohio. Scab- 
bard and Blade, p 416. 

BRUMMETT. BRADY, London, Accounting 
Club. p. 416 

BRYANT. JAMES D; Anchorage. Agriculture 
Club. SoilsClub. p. 416 

BRYANT, ROBERT CHARLES. Louisville. Alpha 
Phi Sigma. Newman Club. p. 416. 

BRYSON. TERRI ANN; Louisville p. 416 

BUBEL. DAVID ROY; Rochester. New York, 
p 416 

BUCHANAN. JANET LYNNE: Vevay. Indiana. 
Young Republicans. Chorus, p. 416 

BUCHANAN. JOHN LYNN; Lebanon. Ohio. Kap- 
pa lota Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, American 
Marketing Association, p. 416 

BUGG. DAVID BRUCE; Danville. Inter-Dorm 
Council. Tri-County Club. p. 416 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 569 



BUNCH. BARBARA A; Lebanon Junction. 
SNEA. Newman Club. Young Democrats. 
Kappa Delta Pi. Collegiate Pentacle p. 416 

BURKE. LARRYGENE. Louisville p 416 

BURKE. SHERRY LYNN; Lexington. Eastern 
Progress. GROWTH p 416 

BURTON. CLARICE JEAN; Columbia. President 
Food and Nutrition Club. YWCA. Depart- 
ment of Biology Advisory Council. Pi Tau 
Chi p 416 

BURTON. LERRAINE. Mary p 416 

BUTCHER. ROSANNE. Stanford. Kappa Delta 
Pi. Alpha Gamma Delta p 416 

BUTLER. BRENDA JEAN. Hopewell. Virginia. 
House Council. Student Council Repre- 
sentative. President's Committee. Scholar- 
ship and Loan Committee. Inter Sorority 
Council. Little Colonel Drill Team. Inter- 
Dorm Council. President; Chi Omega. Presi- 
dent, p. 416 

BUTLER. WILLIAM DAVID. Troy. Ohio. Scab- 
bard and Blade. Pi Kappa Alpha p 418 

BUTLER, LELANI; Cynthiana. University En- 
semble. Alpha Kappa. Student Council. Uni- 
versity Player p. 418 

BUTTERS. NANCY LYNNE. Louisville, Mile- 
stone Staff. Little Colonel Drill Team. Math 
Club p 418 



CAIN. BRENDA ANN. Richmond p. 418 

CALIMERI. JOSEPH JEROME; Corning. New 
York. Accounting Club. American Marketing 
Association. Intramurals. p 418 

CALKINS. PAUL N . Dayton. Ohio p. 418 

CAMPBELL. DEBORAH JEANNE. Dayton. Ohio. 
Home Economics Club. Textiles Club p 
418 

CAMPBELL. EDDIE NORRIS; Rowdy p. 418 

CAMPBELL, W, MICHAEL. Harrison. Ohio. Al- 
pha Chi Alpha. Beta Theta Pi. KYMA Club. 
College Republicans. American Marketing 
Association. Student Senate p, 419 

CANTRELL. ROBERT JOE. Chelsea. Michigan. 
MarketingClub. p 419 

CARMAN. GERALD WADE. Lexington p 419 

CARMICHAEL. KENNETH R.; Dayton. Ohio 
p 419 

CARNES. CHRISTINE MARGARET; Cincinnati. 
Ohio. Newman Club, p 419. 

CARPENTER. DAVID MILTON: Richmond. Rifle 
Team. p. 419 

CARPENTER, PATRICIA LYNN: Sulphur. Home 
Economics Club, p 419 

CARR. DAVID PATRICK; Independence p. 419. 

CARR. GLORIA TODD; Clay City. Pi Omega 
Pi. Council for Exceptional Children, p 419 




A downtown store is decorated in one of the window-painting sprees that boosted spirit in the fall. 



CARROLL. JOHN WILLIAM; Ashland. Theta Chi, 
Young Republicans, p, 419 

CARTER. DIANA JANE, Louisville. Symphonic 
Band. Concert Choir. Delta Omicron. MENC. 
Orchestra, p. 419 

CARTER, ROSEANNA LEE; Raceland p, 419 

CASADA, ROGER WILLIAM; South Amherst. 
Ohio. Student Council Member. Baptist 
Student Union, Russian Club, Inter-Varsity. 
Wesley Foundation p. 419 

CASEY, JACQUELINE S,; Jackson. Young Re- 
publicans, p. 419. 

CASTEGNARO. SANDRA K.. Hardburly. Cwens. 
Home Economics Club. p. 419 



CAYWOOD. MARION JUNE. Crestwood. SNEA. 
p. 419 



CENTER. DURWARD R.; Richmond, p. 419 
CHADWELL. JIMMIE; London, p. 419 



CHAFFIN. DAVID WESLEY; Pikeville, lota Lamb- 
da Sigma, p 419 

CHAMBERLAIN. LINDA; North Middletown. 
p. 419. 

CHANDLER. BARBARA LOU; Manchester, p. 
419, 

CHANEY. LARRY; Jackson p, 419 

CHANLEY. JAY HOWARD: Miami, Florida. Swim 
Team, EClub. p. 419. 

CHAPMAN, MICHAEL THOMAS; Louisville p. 
419 

CHAPMAN. STANLEY WAYNE; Louisville. Sig- 
ma Chi. p. 419 

CHARMOLI. JO ANN; Louisville. Kappa Phi 
Delta, p. 419 

CHASE. C. GITTEL, Richmond. Chi Omega. 
Art Club. Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. p. 419, 

CHERNE. ANDREA L ; Middletown. New Jersey. 
p. 419 



570 INDEX & DIRECTORY SENIOR CREDITS 



CHESSER. LINDA LEE; Louisville, p. 420. 
CHILDERS. RICHARD D.; Waco. p. 420. 

CLARE, MARYELLEN; Metuchen. New Jersey, 
p. 420. 

CLARK, CHIP; Monterey. Beta Theta Pi, Young 
Republicans p. 420. 

CLARK, DAVID H.: Jenkins p. 420. 

CLARK. ELIZABETH ANN. Pineville p. 420 

CLARK. HAROLD ROBERT; Booneville. p. 420. 

CLARK. JR.. JOHN ROBERT; Louisville, Indus- 
trial Education Club, Veterans Club. p. 420. 

CLARK, NORA L; Martin, p. 420 

CLARK. STEVEN WAYNE; Richmond, p. 420. 

CLAY, YVONNE E,, Louisville. Delta Sigma 
Theta. p. 420. 

CLAYTON, NOEL D.; Jamestown p. 420 

CLEMONS. EARL DEAN; Hazard, p. 420. 

CLEMONS. ELIZABETH ANN, Bulan p. 420. 

CLINE, DEBORAH LEIGH; Winchester. Dietetics 
Club. p. 420 

COATE. CHRISTY KAY; Celina. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta, Student Council, Gymnastic Team. 
KYMA. ROTC Sponsor. Cheerleader, Phi 
Girl. p. 420. 

COBLENTZ. WILLIAM DAVID; Richmond, p. 420. 

COBLIN, JR.. WILLIAM G ; Franktort. p. 420. 

COHELIA. RICHARD D.; Evarts. Veterans Club, 
p. 420. 

COLEMAN, GLORIA WATERS: Lebanon Junc- 
tion. Baptist Student Union. Kappa Delta 
Pi, Association of Childhood Education, Stu- 
dent National Education Association. Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Young Women's Associa- 
tion, p. 420 

COLEMAN, MARTHA JANE; Cleves, Ohio, WRA. 
HPER. Kappa Kappa Sigma, p. 420. 

COLLINS. KATHLEEN ANN; Pittsburgh. Penn- 
sylvania. Newman Club. Biology Club. p. 
420. 

COLLINS, STEVEN WAYNE; Valley Station. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. Scabbard & Blade, Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council, Council of Presidents p. 
420. 



COMPTON. LARRY FRANKLIN; Virgie, Math 
Club. PhysicsClub. p. 421. 

COMPTON. MARY HELEN: Pikeville. YWCA. 
Pike County Club. Republican Club, Home 
Economics Club, CWENS, Collegiate Penta- 
cle. p. 421. 

CONNOLLEY. AL C; Montrose. New York. p. 
421. 

CONRAD. KATHRYN J.: Falmouth, Home Eco- 
nomics Club, Inter-Dorm, CWENS. Young 
Democrats, p. 421. 

CONTE. SCOTTYE HELTON; Ezel, Home Eco- 
nomicsClub, YWCA. p. 421. 

CONWAY. DEBORAH BROWN; Georgetown p. 
421 

COOPER, JEANNE LEE; Eubank. Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Young Republicans p. 421. 

CORDIER. JOHN T ; Stanford, p. 421. 

CORLIS, JOHN H.; Brooksville. p. 422. 

CORNACCHIO. JR., ALFRED MICHAEL; North 
Merrick, New York. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
SNEA. p. 422 

CORNETT, JEANETTE GAIL. Mershons. HPER 
p. 422. 

CORNETT. LINDA E B.: Manchester. Home 
Economics Club, Student Kentucky Educa- 
tion Association, p. 422. 

CORNETT, REBECCA JANE; Skyline. Chi Ome- 
ga, p. 422. 

COSBY. LINDA KATHRYN; Richmond p. 422. 

COX, BETTY CAROLYN: Lexington, College 
Republicans, College Democrats, p. 422. 

COX. JR.. CHARLES; Irvine, p. 422. 

COX. CRAIG;Campbellsville. Collegiate Demo- 
crats, p. 422. 

COX, JACQUELINE M ; Campton p. 422. 

COX, JAMES MADISON; Irvine. Association of 
Law Enforcement, p. 422. 



COX, LINDA SUE; Louisville, Delta Sigma Theta, 
University Ensemble, p. 422. 

COX. NORMAN ROBERT; Wilmington, Ohio, 
Mens Glee Club, Agriculture Club. p. 423. 

COY. JANE S : Richmond, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 
423. 



COLVIN, JUDITH ANN; Ludlow. SNEA. p. 420. CRABB. MARLENE; Windsor, ACE. p. 423. 



COMBS. JERALD F; Whitesburg. Caduceus 
Club. Student Government Senator, Col- 
legiate Democrats, p. 420. 

COMBS. KATHRYN J. K.; West Union. Ohio. 
Drama Club. Art Club. p. 420. 

COMBS, PATRICIA GLEICH: Lancaster, p. 420. 

COMMONS, SANDRA J.; Louisville. Black Stu- 
dent Union, Newman Club. YWCA, Delta Sig- 
ma Theta. p. 420. 



CRACRAFT, CARLOS HENDRIX; North Middle- 
town, p. 423. 

CRAFT. JOHN NEAL; Richmond p. 423 

CRAFT. MARTHA McLOCKLIN; Richmond, 
SNEA. p. 423 

CRAWFORD. JAMES CLEAVER; Lebanon p. 
423. 

CREED. DEBORAH ELLEN; Russell, p. 423. 



CREED. WANDA JANICE; Louisville, Alpha Delta 
Pi. p. 423. 

CREUTZINGER, MICHAEL EARL; Ludlow, Pi 
Kappa Alpha. HPER. p. 423 

CREWS. BRENDAFAYE; Lebanon p 423 

CRIGLER. SANDRA KAY; Shepherdsville. p. 423. 

CRISP. BONNIE; Martin. First Vice-President 
and Warden. Delta Omega. Chamber Choir. 
Concert Choir. College Republicans. Phi- 
losophy Club. p. 424. 

CRITTENDON, GLENN; Newport p. 424 

CROSSFIELD, WILLIAM R.; Paris p. 424 

CROUCH. HAZEL E.; Shelbyville. SNEA. Secre- 
tary Shelby County Club p 424. 

CROUCHER. SHERRILL K.; Jeremiah. Sigma 
Tau Pi. p. 424. 

CULLEN. MICHAEL R., Louisville, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Publicity Chairman Marketing 
Club. College Republicans p. 424 

CUMMINS. JACKSON L; Independence, p. 424. 

CUMMINS. PHILIP; Georgetown, p. 424 

CUPP. BERRY M ; London. Sigma Chi. p. 424. 

CURRY. LARRY L; Richmond p 424 

CURTIS. BARBARA E , Cynthiana, ACE. SNEA. 
College Democrats, p. 424 



DADO. LARRY J.; Freeburn, Sigma Chi, p. 424. 

DAMRON. RONALD D.; Virgie, Young Demo- 
crats, p, 424 

DAUGHERTY, DOUGLAS B; Ft Mitchell, Phi 
Delta Theta p. 424. 

DAVIDSON. PATRICIA J.; Deputy. Indiana p. 
424. 

DAVIS. BENNY J,; Greensburg. p. 424. 

DAVIS. LARRY 0.; Independence p. 424. 

DAVIS. REBECCA N ; Ashland. Eastern Dance 
Theater. HYPER, p. 424. 

DAVY. PAUL C ; Richmond, Karate Club, Busi- 
ness Honorary, p. 424. 

DAWALT. JOHN B.; Dry Ridge, Agriculture Club, 
p 424 

DAY, JAMES L : Big Creek. Young Republicans, 
p. 424. 

DEL AMO. GRACIELA; Habana. Cuba p. 424. 

DELANEY. GARY: Lexington, p. 424. 

DELANEY, JANISC. Danville, p. 424. 

DENHAM. HAROLD M.; Danville, p. 424. 

DENNIS, JAMES E.; Stanton, Law Enforce- 
ment Association p. 424. 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 571 



DIERSING, PAUL R.. Louisville. Sigma Nu. 
KYMA, Young Republicans, p 424, 

DODD, PEGGY M.; Dayton. Kappa Phi Delta. 
Beta Theta Pi Sweetheart. Caduceus Club. 
Collegiate Pentacle. Student Disciplinary 
Committee, p. 424 

DOGGENDORF. JOHN N; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Vice-President Theta Chi. Young Republi- 
cans, p. 426 

DOLEN. RONNIE K .. Monticello. Circle K Club 
Treasurer; Young Democrats, p. 426. 

DOLIER. CARL M ; Chesapeake. Virginia. Sig- 
ma Nu. Pershing Rifles. Commander; AUSA, 
Military Police. DMS. Student Senate p. 
426. 

DONALDSON. NEAL P . Richmond, Art Club p. 
426 

DORMAN, CYNTHIA R ; Covington. Kappa Phi 
Delta Vice-President. CWENS. Collegiate 
Pentacle p 426 

DORROH. THOMAS L.; Hopkinsville. Alpha Phi 
Sigma. Sigma Nu. Military Police, Student 
Government Representative, AUSA. p. 426. 

DOTSON, DALE M ; Pikeville p. 426. 

DOTSON. MICHAEL G ; Carlisle p 426 

DOTSON, SUZANNE P.; Sharpsburg p. 426 

DOTY. BEVERLY A ; Paint Lick, p 426 

DOWLING. FRED W , Hoosick Falls. New York 
p. 426 

DOWNS. JOHN W . Louisville. College Repub- 
licans, SNEA p 426 

DRAPER, DOUGLAS G.; Dayton, Scabbard & 
Blade, Military Police, Student Council. 
Men's Interdorm Council. Karate Club. 
Chemistry Club President p. 426. 

DREES. KATHRYN L , Van Wert, Ohio, Chi 
Omega. Student Council. Milestone p. 426 

DREISBACH, GLEN R : Louisville p 426 

DRUMMOND. MICHAEL B.; Wilmington, Ohio, 
Wrestling Team. p. 426. 

DUNCAN. LARRY A; Jeffersontown p. 426 

DUNCAN. MICHAEL L ; Warsaw, p. 426 

DUNHAM. SHIRLEY. Milford. Ohio. Chi Omega, 
Little Colonel Drill Team p. 426. 

DUNN, CHARLOTTE M . Burgin. University 
Ensemble, p. 426. 

DUNN, REX; Burgin. Student Senate. College 
Republicans. Kappa lota Epsilon. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon Vice-President. Physics Club p. 
426. 

DWELLY. JUDY K ; Mayslick. SNEA. p. 426. 



EADS. MICHON R.; Detroit, Michigan, Alpha 
Delta Pi Vice-President, p. 426 




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EADS. RODNEY G.: Corbin p. 426. 

EAGER. SUE R .. Harlan p. 426. 

ECKERT. MARGARET A; Newport p. 426. 

EDEN, RONALD W , Richmond, HYPER CLUB, 
p 426 

ELLIOTT. GENEVIEVE; Corbin. p. 426. 

ELLIS. SUSAN C; Moorestown. New Jersey, 
Kappa Delta, p. 427. 

ELOVITZ. MARY R.; Lexington. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. Kappa Delta Pi. ACE. p. 427, 

ELZA. CHARLES E,; E Bernstadt p, 427 

EMERY, SCOTT W.; Hudson Falls. New York 
p. 427. 

EVANS. GERALD D.; Nicholasville. p. 427 

EVANS, LINDAS,; Richmond p. 427. 

EVANS. MARGARET A.; Louisville p. 427. 

EVANS. MARILYN R.; Wilmore. WRA. p. 427 



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FAESENMEIER. SUSAN K ; Louisville. College 
Republicans. Phi Alpha Theta p. 428. 

FAHEY. GEORGE J.; Valley Station p. 428. 

FAIR. JERRY L ; West Carrollton, Ohio. p. 428. 

FALK, MARIANNE E ; Cleveland. Ohio. Young 
Republicans. Kappa Delta Tau. Milestone. 
Alpha Phi Gamma. Vice-President, p. 428. 

FANNIN. DANNY R ; Brooksville. Scabbard & 
Blade. Mathematics Club. p. 428. 

FARDO. HELEN M ; Falmouth. Phi Alpha Theta. 
SNEA. p. 428. 

FARIS.LEON W. Ill; Paris, p. 428. 

FARLER. PATRICIA H ; Hazard, p. 428. 

FARMER. DONNA T.; Corbin, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. CWENS. p. 429. 

FARMER. GARLAND R.; New Zion, p. 429. 

FARMER, JOHN D.; Corbin p. 429 



572 INDEX & DIRECTORY'SENIOR CREDITS 



FARMER, JOSEPH T ; Corbin. p. 429 



FAULKNER. PHYLLIS A.; Campbellsville. Col- 
legiate Democrats. Polity Society, p. 429. 



FAWBUSH, MICHAEL K,; London, p. 429. 



FEATHERSTON. CAROL S.; Lexington. Art Club 
p. 429. 



FELDKAMP, SUE E.; Bellevue, WOS, WRA, Gym- 
nastics, Field Hockey, p. 429. 

FELDMAN. MARY N ; Louisville, HPER Club. 
WRA, Campus Gold. p. 429. 

FELTNER. PHILIP L; Springfield, p. 429. 

FELTNER. SANDRA L; Hardburly p. 429 

FIELDS. LARRY S.: Grayson. Scabbard & Blade, 
Caduceus Club, President; AUSA. Student 
Council. OAK. Kappa lota Epsilon p. 429 

FIELDS. TOMMY C; Whitesburg. p. 429 

FIKE. SHARON: Waco. Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa 
Pi. SNEA, Collegiate Pentacle. Art Club p 
429. 

FISHER, JANICE D.; Lexington, p. 429. 

FITZGERALD. LINDA D.; Dayton, Ohio p. 429 

FLEMING, MARK A.; Cincinnati. Ohio. Pershing 
Rifles. Cave Club, Newsletter Editor, p. 429 

FLETCHER, CATHY L; Trenton, Ohio, Marching 
and Concert Band, WRA Vice-President, 
HPER, Women's Officiating Services p. 
429. 

FOLEY, THERESA C; Richmond p. 429 

FORTNER. ILA G.. Wilhamstown, Karate Club, 
WRA. SNEA, Hockey Team p. 429 

FOUST. DONNA L; Louisville. Alpha Phi Gam- 
ma, Aurora Staff, Progress Feature Editor, 
College Republicans. KYMA. Anglicans, Phi- 
losophy Club, p. 429. 

FOUTZ. DIANA L; Seven Mile. Ohio. p. 429. 



FOWLER. CYNTHIA J.; Lexington, Kappa Delta, 
p. 429. 

FRANCIS. WOODY: Bulan. p. 429 

FRANK. RALPH E.; Danville, Marching and 
Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble, College 
Republicans, MENC, Composers Club p. 
429. 

FRASHER. DONNA R,; Louisville. Kappa Phi 
Delta, College Republicans, p. 429. 

FREDERICK. PAMELA L: Mt. Sterling, Alpha 
Delta Pi. p. 429. 

FRENCH. MICHAEL W.; Valley Station, AMA. 
p. 430. 

FRITH. KENNETH A.: Lexington, p. 430 

FRITZ. GEORGE F.. JR.; Lexington, p. 430. 

FROST. PAMELA L; Carrollton. Pi Omega. 
CWENS. p. 430. 



FUGATE. GLEN M.; Cincinnati. Ohio. Delta 
Upsilon, Inter Fraternity Council p. 430. 



FULLENWIDER. EDGAR W. II; Shelbyville. In- 
dustrial Education Club p. 430 



FURNISS. LARRY E . Mt. Gilead. Ohio. p. 430. 



GABBARD. LYDIA C; Booneville. Home Eco- 
nomics Club. p. 430. 

GANTT. DEBORAH L . Centerburg. Ohio. SNEA, 
ACE, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 430. 

GARLAND, LARRY A . Middleboro. p. 430 

GARRISON. GARY P .; Felicity. Ohio p. 430 

GARVEY, LENA H.; Carrollton. Pi Tau Chi. p. 
430. 

GARWOOD. TERRY A.; Woodbridge. Virginia 
p. 431 

GASKINS. DIANE J; Newport. SNEA p 431 

GAY. WILLIAM F .; McKee p. 431 

GEE. ROBERT L.; Roseville. Michigan. Account- 
mgClub. VetsClub p. 431 

GELKE. MARK L; Ft. Thomas. President. Phi 
Alpha Theta. Kappa Delta Pi. Young Repub- 
licans, p. 431 

GENNETT, NATHANIEL C. W., Ill; Asheville. 
North Carolina, p. 431 

GEORGE. REBECCA; Lebanon. Ohio. Kappa Phi 
Delta. Student Council. Textile Club p 431 

GERREIN, DAVID A.. Newport. President. AMA. 
p. 431. 

GIANCOLA. LORIE L ; Louisville, p. 431 

GILES. WILLIAM P.; Lexington. Collegiate Dem- 
crats p. 431 

GILLIAM. DORIS F.; London p. 431 

GIRTEN. M, LAWRENCE; Louisville. Sigma Chi 
Treasurer, p. 431. 

GIZZI. WILLIAM R ; Yonkers, New York. p. 432. 

GLASS, DANNY R.; Georgetown p. 432 

GLASS. MARTHA C; Richmond. Kappa Delta, 
CanterburvClub. o. 432. 

GLIER, DANIEL W.; Ft. Thomas. President, Sig- 
ma Tau Pi Vice-President, Men's Interdorm 
Council, p. 432. 

GOBLE. CHLOTENE 8.: West Van Lear p. 432. 

GOBLE, VICTOR M.; Prestonsburg, Delta Up- 
silon. p. 432. 

GOGGIN, BARBARA A.; Stanford, Home Eco- 
nomicsClub, KHEA, AHEA. p. 432. 

GOINS, PATRICIA A,; Richmond. CWENS. Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle. ROTC Spon- 
sor, Alpha Delta Pi President. Student Coun- 
cil, p. 432. 



GOLD. BARBARA A . Owensboro. Kappa Delta 
Pi. Phi Alpha Theta, SNEA. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle p. 433 

GOLDSCHMIDT. GENE. Reading. Ohio. p. 433. 

GOODLETT. CONNIE M ; Taylorsville p. 433 

GORDON. MARY M . Lancaster. Accounting 
Club. Sigma Tau Pi p. 433 

GOSSOM. TERRY D . Milton p. 433 

GRANT. RONNIE L ; Columbia. Beta Omicron 
Gamma, p. 433. 

GRAY. GENEVA. Manchester p. 433. 

GRAY. MARY C ; Danville. President Delta Sig- 
ma Theta, University Ensemble, SNEA. ACE, 
BSU p 433 

GREEN. CHRISTINE L . Anchorage. Vahanette 
Commander. Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Delta Tau, NHEA. p 433 

GREEN. KENNETH E . Louisville. Progress. Arts 
Editor. Men's Interdorm Council, Alpha Phi 
Gamma, p. 433. 

GREENFIELD. ROCHESTER C ; Roehhng. New 
Jersey, Varsity Basketball. Student Court 
p. 433 

GREGORY, MARTIN W.: Fredoma. New York 
p. 433 

GRIEME. RICHARD D . Park Hills p. 433. 

GRIGSBY. JAMES L ; Hamilton. Ohio. Student 
Court Theta Chi. President p. 433 



GRIMES, TERRENCE F.; Richmond. President, 
Delta Upsilon; Psy Chi. Polity Society. Vet- 
erans Club, Student Council p. 433 

GRISIER. PHYLLIS A.; Archbold. Ohio. MENC. 
President; Delta Omicron. Chamber Choir. 
p. 433. 

GRITTON. GLEN A.; Sinai, p. 433 

GRITTON, JANE C ; Sinai, CWENS. Sigma Tau 
Pi. Collegiate Pentacle. p. 433 

GRIZZLE. GLENN W.; Louisville p. 433. 

GUFFEY, BOBBY D.. Albany p. 433. 

GUZZO, SANDRA J.; Yonkers, New York, p 433 



H 



HAGADORN, NAN C; Hazard, Young Repub- 
licans. Newman Club, p 433. 

HAGGARD, MARILYN K.; Liberty p. 433. 

HAINES. JOHN A ; Marion, Ohio. p. 433 

HALCOMB. BRENDA S.; Harlan, p. 433 

HALCOMB. WINSTON C; Richmond. Caduceus 
Club. p. 433 

HALEY. DEIDRI; Brooksville, Canterbury Club, 
WRA. Young Democrats, p. 433. 

HALL. BENJAMIN F.; Nicholasville. p. 433. 



INDEX&DIRECTORY/SENIORCREDITS 573 



HALL. ELIZABETH A ; Pmeville. Caduceus Club, 
p. 434. 



HALL. MARGIE A.; Richmond. Alpha Delta Pi. 
SNEA. p. 434 



HALL, ROY; Hi Hat. p. 434. 



HAMBLEN. ANN, Ft. Lauderdale. Florida p. 
434. 



HAMILTON, GALE M ; Loretto. p. 434. 



HAMILTON. WENDY S.; Madison, Indiana, 
SNEA p, 434. 



HAMPTON, NANCY F .; Frankfort. Sigma Tau 
Pi. p. 434. 

HAMPTON. PAUL D.; Frankfort, Football Team 
p. 434 

HAMPTON. RONNIE J ; Winchester. Collegiate 
Democrats, Biology Club. Black Student 
Union p. 434 

HARBER. H EDWARD. JR . Ft. Thomas. Circle 
K. SNEA. College Republicans p. 434. 

HARBIN, STEPHEN E .; Louisville. Young Re- 
publicans; President. Beta Omicron Gamma; 
Interfraternity Council, President's Coun- 
cil IFC. BiologyClub p. 434 

HARKINS, MELISSA J, Greenville. Catalma 
Club. p. 434, 



HARP, JAMES S.; Frankfort. AMA p. 434 
HARRIS, LAURETTA J ; Louisville p. 434 
HARRISON, LAWRENCE R.; Louisville p. 434 
HART. ROBERT F., JR ; Winchester p. 434 
HARTMAN. BRENDA W.; Smithfield p. 434. 

HARVEY. ROBERT D : North Bay, Ontario. Al- 
pha Chi Alpha. Founder; KYMA. Curna Club. 
Young Democrats, Weight Lifting p 434 

HATFIELD, LOIS C ; Harlan, Republican Club, 
p 434 

HAWKINS. SHARON D ; Lexington, p. 434, 

HAYDEN, GWENDOLYN W.; Nicholasville p. 
434 

HAYES. ROBERTA L; Brodhead p. 434 

HAYS, CECIL D ; Gravel Switch p. 434 

HAYS, TEDDY L; McKee. Agriculture Club 
p. 434. 

HECK. JUDITH C .; Louisville p. 434 

HEDRICK, MARCELLYN G; Frankfort. HPER. 
President; Young Republicans Club, p 434 

HEID. KAREN L .; Cincinnati. Ohio, Kappa Delta 
Tau, Collegiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi. 
Newman Club. p. 434 



HEIDERICH. JOHN E . Cincinnati. Ohio. Vice- 
President, Lutheran Students. Student 
Council, p 434 

HEITZ. EDWARD J.; Southgate. p. 435. 

HELF. GARY L . Columbus. Ohio. Circle K p 
435 

HEMPEL. DANIEL R.; Winchester. Phi Delta 
Theta. Industrial Education Club, Kappa 
lota Epsilon p. 435 

HEMPEL, DEBORAH J.; Walton. Kappa Phi 
Delta; Vice-President, Walters House Coun- 
cil, ACE, SNEA, CEC, Student Council p 
435 

HENDERSON, NITA K.; Cincinnati, Ohio. Stud- 
dent Court, YWCA. Home Ec Club. Vice- 
President, Young Republicans, CWENS. 
Vice-President, Home Economics Coordi- 
nating Council, AHEA. KHEA. State Chair- 
man; House Council, Burner Award Re- 
cipient, Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle. 
p 435 

HENSLEY, MICHAEL W; Orlando. Florida p. 
435 

HENSON. NELSON C ; Mt Olivet, Young Demo- 
crats, p. 435 

HERALD. JOYCE A .; Jackson p. 435 
HERNDON. MYRON D ; Sparta, p 436. 




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574 INDEX& DIRECTORY/SENIORCREDITS 



HERRIN. GERALD H ; Richmond, Phi Alpha 
Theta. p 436 

HERRMANN. MARGARET L; Louisville. College 
Republicans. SNEA. p. 436. 

HETZEL, JOYCE M ; Hehron, Alpha Phi Sigma, 
Law Enforcement Association, p. 436. 

HEWETSON. ALBERT D.; Ft Thomas p. 436 

HIBBARD. JANET B: Manchester, Home Eco- 
nomicsClub. p. 436. 

HIGDON. GAREY D.; Louisville p 436. 

HIGDON. GLORIA G .; Harned. Sigma Tau Pi 
p. 436 

HIGGINS. LINDA LEE; Louisville. Home Eco- 
nomics, p. 437. 

HILL. SAMUEL WALTER; Jackson, Tau Kappa 
Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, p. 437. 

HILLER, RALPH MICHAEL; London p. 437 

HILLER. SUSAN KOTTE; London p. 437 

HINES, SUSAN DIANNE: Goshen. Ohio. SCEC. 
p. 437. 

HODGE. JOHN ROBERT; Louisville. HPER p. 
437 

HOFFMAN, MICHAEL JOHN; Southgate. p. 437. 

HOGAN, RICHARD T,; Salem. New Jersey. New- 
man Club. KEA. Golf. p. 437. 

HOLLADAY. MARCY FRAN; Centertown p. 437 

HOLLAR, SHARON LEE; Charlottesville, Vir- 
ginia, Catahna Club, Band. p. 437 

HOLLIDAY, CAROLYN ROSE; Hazard p. 437. 

HOPE. GEORGE L; Lexington. Karate Club. 
Sigma Chi, IFC. Young Republican. Young 
Democrat, p. 437. 

HOPKINS. LAWRENCE L; Louisville. Interna- 
tional Student Association, Circle K. Bap- 
tist Student Union, p. 437 

HORNSBY. ROBERT WILLIAM; Dabolt p. 437. 

HOSKINS, HOWARD W.; Salversville. p. 437. 

HOUCHENS. DWIGHT CLEAVER; Mt Olivet 
p. 437 

HOUSE, RANDAL; Nicholasville. p. 437 

HOUSE. SHERRY FAULKNER; Walton. Chi Ome- 
ga. CWENS. Delta Upsilon Sweetheart, Kap- 
pa Delta Pi. Little Theatre, p. 437. 

HOWARD. ARTHUR L, JR.; Chicago. Illinois. 
AUSA, Varsity Track Team. p. 437 

HOWARD. JANET D.; Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, 
SNEA. College Republicans, Alpha Delta Pi. 
p. 437. 

HOWARD. JERRY LYNN; Manchester, p. 437. 

HOWARD. VIRGINIA WATKINS; Hazard, Home 
Economics, p. 437 

HRANICKY, FRANK; Somerset, p. 437 



HUBBARD, LOUISE R ; Lexington, p. 437 

HUFF, PATRICIA IRENE; London p 437 

HUGHES. JAMES RANDAL. JR ; Simpsonville 
p. 437. 

HUGHES, JODY EARL; Sinai, Vets Club. p. 437 

HUGUELY. MARGARET SUE; Sarasota, Florida. 
KYMAClub p 437 

HUMPHRIES, MARY HELEN, Paris, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA, ACE p. 439 

HUNT. LADDIE KEITH; Louisville. Veterans 
Club. p. 439 

HUNT, VIRGINIA L.. Mt. Vernon, Home Eco- 
nomics, SNEA. p 439. 

HUNTER. MARGARET J ; Irvine, p. 439 

HURD, LARRY WAYNE; Norwood. Ohio. Beta 
Omicron Gamma, p. 439. 

HURST, STEVEN MELVIN; Madeira. Ohio, Phi 
Alpha Theta. p. 439 

HURT. LARRY BYRON; Hazard. Polymathol- 
ogists Club, Baptist Student Union. Kappa 
Delta Pi, Math HonoraryClub p. 439 

I 

INFANTINO. BLANCA; Colombia. South Ameri- 
ca, International Club, vice president, p. 439. 

INGRAM. REBA; London, p. 439. 

INSCO, JAMES B.; Bloomington. Indiana, Sig- 
ma Nu. Alpha Phi Sigma, Scabbard & Blade, 
AUSA. MP Company. Intramurals p. 439. 

INSKO, JAMES HAROLD; Paris, p. 439 

IRWIN. DORIS JANET; Albany, p 439. 

IRWIN. JAMES B ; Dayton, Ohio. p. 439 

ISAACK. DONNA SUE; Cincinnati. Ohio. p. 439 

ISAACS. FLOYD THOMAS; Lebanon p. 439 

ISAACS. KATHRYNE SUE; Mameville. Ohio, 
p. 439. 



JACKMAN. CHERYL JOANNE; Jeffersontown. 
WOS, WRA, Women's Intercollegiate Vol- 
leyball Team, Women's Intercollegiate Bas- 
ketball Team p. 439 

JACKSON, CANDRID BETH; Wellsville. Ohio 
p. 439 

JACKSON, CONNIE B.; Ashland. HYPER. Kappa 
Phi Delta, p. 439. 

JACKSON. MARGARET CAROL; Richmond, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. CWENS, Biology Club, p. 
439. 

JACKSON, MARIA WALKER; Bedford. Kappa 
Delta Pi. p. 439 

JACKSON. VIRGINIA LOUISE; Burnside. p. 439. 

JAMES. VERLA A.; Lexington. Home Econom- 
ics, Kappa Delta Tau. p. 439. 



JASPER. MARY LYNN; Somerset. Kappa Phi 
Delta. ACE. p. 439 

JAYNES. ROBERT LEWIS; Lexington p. 439 

JENKINS. DAVID TENENT, Middlesboro p. 439. 

JENKINS. MILDRED R ; Berea p 439. 

JENKINS, WILLIAM JACKSON, New Boston, 
Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon. p. 439. 

JENNINGS. ELIZABETH GAY; Nicholasville. 
p 440 

JESSEE. WILLIAM KENT; Richmond p. 440. 

JOHNSON, GREGORY; Myra. HYPER, p. 440. 

JOHNSON. JAMES SCOTT; London. BSU. p. 
440 

JOHNSON, KEITH W ; Ashland, Alpha Psi Ome- 
ga, University Players, Student Council Rep- 
resentative p 440 

JOHNSON. PEGGY INEZ. Marshall. Texas. New- 
man Club. p. 440. 

JOHNSTON, MICHAEL LEONARD; West Palm 
Beach, Florida, p. 440. 

JONES. DONALD R.. London. Agriculture Club 
Vice President, p. 440 

JONES. JESSIE LOUISE; Hamilton, Ohio. p. 440. 

JONES. MELINDA W; Lexington. Milestone. 
WRA. Young Democrats. WOS p. 440 

JONES, NORMA CROWE; Pewee Valley, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, SNEA, Young Democrats, 
p. 440 

JONES. RUBEN EARLE, Tallahassee. Florida. 
Wrestling Team. "E" Club, HYPER, p. 440. 

JONES. SYDNEY DIANNE; London, p. 440. 

JORDAN. CAROLYN FRY; Milroy. Indiana, p. 
440. 

JORDAN. STAYCE LEE; Lexington, GROWTH, 
SCEC. p. 440 

JUDSON. AMELIA YOUNG; Lexington, Chi Ome- 
ga, HYPER p 440 

JUSTICE. CLINTON DALE; Elkhorn City. Beta 
Theta Pi p. 440 



KANE, JOHN NORMAN; Louisville, Industrial 
Club. p. 440 

KAUFMAN. RONALD L; Louisville p. 440 

KAYLOR, MICHAEL R.: Dayton. Ohio, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Varsity Football, p. 440. 

KEHOE. BOB JOSEPH; Miami. Florida, Track 
Team. p. 440 

KELLS, ROBERT LAMAR. Williamstown, Ac- 
countmgClub. p. 440. 

KELLY. MALCOLM HOLLIS. JR.; Oxford. Penn- 
sylvania, Beta Omicron Gamma. Vice Presi- 
dent, p. 440. 



INDEX& DIRECTORY/SENIORCREDITS 575 



KENDRICK. FATINA J.; Elkhorn City p 440 

KENDRICK. RONALD G . Florence, SCEC Pres- 
ident, College Republicans, ASHA p 440 

KENNEDY. JAMES FINLEY. London. Pi Kappa 
Alpha p 440 

KENNEDY. JENNIFER LEE. Richmond. Cadu- 
ceus Club, Biology Club p 440 

KESSLER, DAVID L . Marion. Indiana p. 440 

KIDWELL, GOLDIE CRAIG; Walton p. 441 

KINDER. JUDY LINNET. Pikeville p 441 

K INM AN, PHILIP M , Dry Ridge p 441 

KIPP. CATHERINE ADELE; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Majorette. GROWTH. SNEA. p. 441 

KIRBY. SHEILA LANE. Versailles. Little The- 
atre. Dramatics Fraternity. SNEA, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi. Canterbury Club 
p. 441 

KLAMO. JO ANN; Fairfield. Ohio p 441 

KLINGLER. PATRICIA ANN; Carrollton. CWENS. 
Young Democrats p 441 

KRASINSKI. CHARLOTTE F , Louisville, p 441 

KRUEGER, ALAN CHARLES; Phoenix. Arizona. 
HYPER Club. Sigma Nu Fraternity p. 442 

KUHNHENN. LYNDA DAVIS. Grayson p. 442 

KUNST KRISAND LYNN, Springfield, Ohio 
p 442 



LA FAVERS. SHIRLEY RAMSEY. Albany. SNEA. 
Young Republicans p. 442 

LAINHART. AARON DOUGLAS; Richmond p. 
442 

LAKE. DAVID LEE. St Albans. West Virginia. 
Circle K. Lt Governor Kentucky-Tennessee 
District of Collegiate Democrats p. 442 

LANDRETH, JOHN WAYNE: Cynthiana p. 442 

LANGE. FRANK BRUCE. Piqua. Ohio, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Dorm Council. Swim Team. Kappa 
Pi Art Club p. 442. 

LANHAM. WILLIAM VANCE; Lancaster, p, 442 

LASWELL, BRENT ROBERT; Mt Vernon, New- 
man Club, KarateClub, p. 442 

LAWSON. FRANCES GORDON; Lexington p 
442. 

LAWSON. FRANK DARRYL. Lexington, p. 442. 

LAYMAN, THOMAS EDWARD; Lexington p. 443. 

LEASOR, GARY DALE; Louisville, Sigma Tau 
Pi Business Fraternity p 443 

LEDFORD. JOAN MARLEEN; London, Collegiate 
Democrats p 443 

LEDFORD. PATRICIA DIANE: Maysville. College 
Republican Club. p. 443 



LEDFORD. PHYLLIS SHARON; Helton p. 443 

LEDFORD. RONALD M.. Paintlick. College Re- 
publicans, p 443. 

LEFEVERS. JERRY WAYNE. Pineville p 443 

LEMASTER. REBEKAH RUTH. Louisville. Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority. SNEA. Messiah. Young 
Republicans. President's Committee, p. 443 

LETHGO, NANCY LOUISE, Ravenna, SNEA, 
p 443 

LEWIS, CAROLYN SUE; Brookville. CWENS, 
Student Council. SCES. ACE p. 443 

LEWIS. JAMES M,; Dayton. Ohio p 443 

LEWIS. STEPHENS. .Lexington p 443 

LIGHTNER. RICKY PHILPOT; Centerville. Ohio. 
Chi Omega Sorority. Co-Captain Little Colo- 
nels. Little Sigma. Student Council. Kyma 
Club p 444 

LILLIS. GAIL PHILLIPS; Richmond. Biology 
Club p 444 

LISLE. JAMES PREWITT; Winchester, Account- 
ing Club Vice President, Veterans Club 
p 444 

LITTERAL, CAROLYN SUE. Irvine. SNEA. Bap- 
tist Student Union, Interfaith Council p 
444 

LITTLE. CELESTINE A; Louisville. Black Stud- 
dent Union, Growth, p. 444 

LLOYD. DAVID MICHAEL; Louisville. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon Vice President. College Republicans. 
AUSA p 444 

LOCKER. TERESA KAY, Paintlick p 444 

LONG. BOBBIE JEAN: Lancaster. Catahna Club. 
HYPERClub p. 444 

LONG. DONALD LEE, Brodhead p. 445 

LONG. DOUGLAS K ; Germantown, Ohio. Pi 
Kappa Alpha, p. 445 

LONG. LARRY MARTIN; Harrodsburg. p. 445. 

LONG. WILLIAM LESLIE; Richmond p. 445 

LUCAS. WILLIAM STEVEN: Stanford. Kappa 
Delta Pi. Young Republicans. SNEA. p. 445. 

LYNN. SAM P ; Danville p. 445 

LYON. MARLENE ELIZABETH; Louisville. Col- 
legiate Pentacle. Democrats, p. 445 

LYONS. LINDA CAROLE. Bethlehem. Cwens 
President. Collegiate Pentacle. p, 445 

LYONS, MIKE CAESAR; South Shore, Track. 
HPER Club Vice-President, p. 445 



M 



McANINCH, VIVEN DURHAM; Liberty. Biology 
Club p 445 

McBRAYER. MARY ELIZABETH; Lawrenceburg, 
Food and Nutrition Club. p. 445. 



McCABE. KELTA ANN; Ehzabethtown. Kappa 
Phi Delta. SNEA, Philosophy Club p. 445 

McCALL, E LYNN; Newton, New Jersey, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi. Math Club, 
p. 445 

McCAULEY. MARY HENDERSON; Versailles p. 
445 

McCLANAHAN, MARY LOU. Irvine, p. 445. 

McCOWAN. CLIFTON EUGENE. London. Phi 
Alpha Theta p 445 

McCOWAN. SUSANNE FIECHTER; London p. 
445 

McCRACKEN. BARBARA; London p. 445. 

McDANELL. MARGARET JAYNE; Owenton p. 
445 



McDANIEL. ROBERT BRUCE; London p 445. 

McDEVITT. TRISH E . Cherry Hill, New Jersey. 
Alpha Gamma Delta president. Hockey 
team. Newman Club, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 445. 

McDONALD, JEFFREY GRANT; Louisville, On- 
torio Chorus. Marching Band p, 445. 

McDONALD. RICHARDC . Liberty p. 445. 

McFADDEN. DENVER, London. Phi Alpha Theta 
p. 445 

McGEE. SHARON GAIL, Falmouth p. 445, 

McGLONE. JAMES MICHAEL; Harrodsburg 
p. 445. 

McKINNEY, DANNY: Brodhead p 445 

McKINNEY. ROGER DAVID; Richmond, Indus- 
trial Education Club. p. 445. 

McKITRIC. ELOISE J ; Burgm. Delta Sigma 
Theta, University Ensemble, SNEA, Home 
Economics Club. YWCA. Black Student 
Union p. 446. 

McMILLER. KATHY JO; Cincinnati. Ohio. East- 
ern Dance Theater, HYPER Club secretary. 
Karate Club. KYMA Club, Anglican Club, Re- 
publican Club, WRA. p. 446, 

McQUEEN, ROBERT BERNARD: Stanton, Ex- 
ecutive Board Collegiate Democrats, p. 446. 

McREYNOLDS. SHEILA GAIL: Mayfield. Home 
Economics Club. Foods and Nutrition Club. 
p 446 

McWHORTER. BARBARA SUE; Knifley. Delta 
Sigma Theta, Black Student Union. ACE. 
p. 446 

McWHORTER, MARY LOU; East Bernstadt, p. 
446. 

McWHORTER, REGINA SUE; Hustonville, ACE, 
SNEA. p. 446 

McWHORTER. WILLIAM RUSSELL; Richmond, 
p. 446 

MARY. REBECCA JANE; Hardinsburg, Kappa 
Delta, SNEA. Young Republicans, p. 446. 



576 INDEX& DIRECTORY SENIOR CREDITS 



MAGGARD. DEBORAH JANE; Hazard. Young 
Republicans. Baptist Student Union, p. 446. 

MAKIN, JERRY W.: Mt. Vernon, p. 446. 

MALATESTA, WINNIE; Maple Shade. New Jer- 
sey. Kappa Delta Sorority Vice President, 
Marketing Club, Secretary, p. 446. 

MALONEY, ROBERT C; Cincinnati, Ohio, Ac- 
countingClub. p. 446 

MANGUS. WILLIAM MICHAEL; Richmond, p. 
446 

MANION. WILLIAM P.; Maysville. Young Re- 
publicans, Newman Club. p. 446. 

MANN. BARBARA JEAN; Carrollton. Caduceas 
Club. p. 446 

MANN, NANCY ANN; Danville, p. 446. 



MARCUM. JAMES C; Louisville, Phi Delta 
Theta, President Sophomore and Junior 
Class, Milestone, p. 446. 

MARCUM, VIVIAN GAYLE; Sandgap. p. 446. 

MARKS, PAMELA S.; Georgetown, Ohio, Kappa 
Delta Pi, SNEA, Polymathologists secretary, 
p. 446 



MARLETT, KELBY S.; Louisville. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon. p. 446 

MARLETT, SARAH L ; Prestonsburg. Chi Ome- 
ga. KYMA Club. Little Colonel Drill Team. p. 
446. 

MARQUIS. GREGORY T.; Erlanger, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Swim team, HPERCIub. p. 446. 

MARSH, LINDA BEA; Harrodsburg, WBA. Mod- 
ern Dance Theatre. HYPER Club, Alpha Kap- 
pa Alpha, OMEGA Psi Phi sweetheart, p. 446. 



MARSHALL. MARY; Jackson. Phi Alpha Theta. 
Young Democrats, p. 446 

MARSTON. DONNA P.; Wheatley. p. 446. 

MARTELLO, MICHAEL J.; Lexington, Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma, Phi Alpha Theta, Young Re- 
publicans, p. 446. 

MARTIN, GERALD L .; Middletown. Ohio p. 446. 

MARTIN. JAMES LAWRENCE; Richmond, Ac- 
counting Club. p. 447 

MARTIN. JOHN ROY: Garrett, p. 447 

MARTIN, LINDA LOU; Corbin p. 447. 

MASON. GARY LYNN; Booneville p. 447. 

MASON. JAYNE ANN; Milford. Ohio, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Majorette, p. 447 

MASON, PAULETTE DUNN; Lexington p. 447 

MATTINGLY, MARION CARNEY; Springfield. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 447 

MAUPIN, CAROL WILLIAMS; Berea p. 447. 

MAXSON, CHARLES REYNOLDS; Lexington, 
p. 448 

MAY. ELRENE; Elkhorn City, Kappa Delta, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. p. 448. 

MAY, JON D.; McAndrews. Phi Alpha Theata, 
Republican Club. p. 448 

MEDLEY. GINGER ANN; Middlesboro. Kappa 
Delta Tau President, p. 448. 

MEDLEY. JOSEPH DENT; Loretto. ROTC color- 
guard. Council on Academic Practices, Psi 
Chi Club. p. 448. 

MEDLEY, LINDA GAYLE; Springfield p. 448. 




Oliver performs to an Alumni Coliseum audience in one of the University Center Board concerts. 



MERRILL. JOHN WILLIAM; Barnesville, Ohio 
p. 448. 

MEYER. MARTY RAY; Lexington. Alpha Phi 
Sigma President, p. 449 

MIFFLIN. MARY KATHERINE; Georgetown. Soci- 
ology Club, Canterbury Club. p. 449 



MILBURN. MARTIN CRAIG; Springfield. "E" 
Club, Baseball. HPERCIub. p. 446. 

MILLER. BARBARA ELLEN; London. HPER Club 
p. 449 

MILLER, G. B.; Lancaster, p. 449 

MILLER. KAREN SUE. Forest Hills. Kappa Delta 
Pi p. 449. 

MILLER. PAMELA MARIE; Interdorm. House 
Council, Young Republicans. ACE, SNEA. 
p. 449 

MILLER, RONNIE OWEN; Erlanger, IED Club, 
lota Lambda Sigma, p. 449. 

MILLER, SHELBIE JEAN; Williamsburg. Kappa 
Phi Delta. Sociology Club p. 449. 

MISTLER, ALAN F. Hamilton. Ohio p. 449. 

MITCHELL. LINDA YOUNG; West Palm Beach. 
Florida, p. 449 

MITCHELL. MARTIN VERNON; Louisville. Circle 
K. KYMA, Cheerleader, p. 449. 

MOGG. DANNY ARTHUR; Albany, p. 449. 

MONACELLI. MICHAEL THOMAS; Albion, New 
York, Sigma Nu Fraternity, University Cen- 
ter Board. HPER Club President. Student 
Affairs Council, President Men's Inter-dorm 
Council, Men's Glee Club, ETA Sigma Gam- 
ma, Dorm Councilor, p. 449 

MONAGHAN. ROBERT WILLIAM; Cherry Hill, 
New Jersey, Newman Club, PBR. p. 449. 

MONTGOMERY. GARY; Lexington, p. 449. 

MONTGOMERY, NORMA SUE; Lexington, p. 
449. 

MOODY. FRANCES CAROL: Richmond, p. 449. 

MOODY, TOMMY F .; Middlesboro. Circle K. 
p. 449 

MOORE. DIANA; Pikeville. Vice President in 
Student Council for Exceptional Children, 
President of Chi Omega, Chamber Choir, 
Baptist Student Union, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 
449 

MOORE. JUDITH ELAINE; Winchester, West- 
minster Fellowship, Young Republicans, 
p 449 

MOORMAN. SANDRA JANE: Xenia. Ohio. p. 449. 

MORGAN. SUSAN CAROL; Albany, p. 449. 

MORRIS. BEVERLY WATERS: Ft. Mill. South 
Carolina, p. 449. 

MORRISON, BRUCE EDWARD; Lexington, p. 
449. 



INDEX& DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 577 



MOSER. PATH A.; Covington. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. p- 449 

MOSS. PEGGY G : Burgin p. 449. 

MYERS. EDWIN ELLIS. Bethel. Ohio. HPER Club. 
Beta Omicron Gamma p. 449 

MYERS. PATRICIA G: Lexington p. 450 

MYERS. SUSAN J.; Cincinnati. Ohio. SNEA. 
Kappa Delta Tau. p. 450. 

MYNHIER. JAMES W : Ashland p. 450 

MYRICK MICHAEL A.. Amelia. Ohio p. 450. 



N 



NAHLIK. FRANK J .; Queens Village. New York, 
p. 450 

NANCE. R. SUSAN; Pikeville. p. 450 

NATICCHIONI, CAROLYN; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Hockey Team. WRA. Gymnastics Club p. 
450. 



NEAL. PAULA L ; Irvine. CWENS. Sullivan House 
Council. SNEA. Pi Omega Pi. College Re- 
publicans, p 450 

NEW, SUSAN; Barbourville p 450 

NORCROSS. SILL A; Cleveland. Ohio p. 450 

NIEMEYER. JR.. FRANK B.; Ft. Mitchell, p. 450 

NORDHEIM. DANIEL: Springboro. Ohio. New- 
man Club. OAKS p. 450 

NORTON, GEORGE P.. Winchester. Agriculture 
Club p 450 



OERTHER. JOHN K ; Frankfort p. 450 

OGDEN. BARRY M.; Lexington, p 450 

O'REA. ERIC V , Louisville p. 450 

OSBORNE, MICHAEL R.; Florence, p. 450. 

OSBORNE. SANDRA S ; Florence. CWENS. Col- 
legiate Pentacle. MENC. Chamber Choir p. 
450 

OWEN. MARLENE F ; London, p. 450 

OWENS, CAROLINE B : Maysville. p. 450. 

OWENS. MARJORIE E : Loyall p 450 

OWENS. MAVA J.; Mt, Vernon, CWENS. Col- 
legiate Pentacle. Home Economics Club, 
Textile Club. President, p. 450 



PACK. LINDAS.; Midland. Ohio. p. 450. 
PAHNKE. ROSS C: Oakland. Illinois, p. 450. 



PARK. SANDRA L; Cincinnati. Ohio. Phi Alpha 
Theta. p. 450. 



PARKER, ROBERT F.; Westcradock. Virginia, 
p. 450. 



PARRIGIN. JOY L.; Monticello. p. 450 

PATTON, JAMES D East Bernstadt p. 450 

PAYNE. MILDRED E; Louisville. Delta Sigma 
Theta. ACE, SNEA. Black Student Union. 
YWCA p. 452 

PEACE. DONALD G . Elizabethtown, Sigma Nu. 
EKU Cheerleader. Sigma Tau Pi. Young Re- 
publicans. Oratorio. KYMA Club p, 452. 

PEACE. JOHN B.; Covington, p. 452. 

PEEK. THOMAS E.; Lexington. Industrial Edu- 
cation Club p. 452. 

PELLEGRINON, JAMES V ; New Boston. Ohio. 
Student Association, President, p. 452 

PENNINGTON, RONNIE; Manchester, Omega 
Psi Phi p. 452 

PENNINGTON, SHELBY G,; Cawood, Kappa 
Delta Pi p. 452 

PENNIX, JR , SHELBY J.; London p. 452 

PERKINS, B. JILL; Louisville, Kappa Phi Delta, 
Student Government. SNEA. Philosophy 
Club, p 452 

PERKINS, JAMES W , Lexington p. 452 

PERKS, SHARON A . Springfield. Ohio. KYMA 
Club, Marching Band Choir. Wesley Founda- 
tion, p. 452 

PERRY, DOUGASW. Richmond p 452 

PERRY, KATHLEEN M; Richmond. CWENS. 
p 453 

PETTENGILL. MARY L.; Student Court. Colle- 
giate Democrats. Interdorm. p. 453. 

PHELPS PATRICIA A.; Columbia. WRA. WOS. 
Intercollegiate Volleyball. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. p. 453 

PHILLIPS. KATHLEEN J.; Louisville p. 453. 

PICKRELL. PAUL G : Augusta. Phi Mu Alpha 
p. 453 

PIKE. PAMELA L ; Louisville, p. 453. 

PILANT. MARJORIE A,; Richmond p. 453. 

PLAYFORTH, JANET S.: Crab Orchard, p. 453. 

PLEASANT. JAMES D : Valley Station. Pershing 
Rifles. Commander; Supply Officer. Opera- 
tions Officer p, 453, 

PLOUVIER, WILLIAM R ; Hodgenville p. 453. 

POPE. PAMELA M.; Fern Creek. SNEA, College 
Republicans p, 453 

PORTER, MARK A.: Fairfield, Ohio. p. 453. 

POWELL. CHARLES N ; Elkhorn City. p. 454. 

POWELL. MARTHA J ; Louisville p. 454. 

POWERS. DONALD G ; Charlottesville. Virginia. 
Young Republicans. Scabbard and Blade. 
OAK. p. 454 

POWERS. MARY A.: Lexington, p. 454. 



POYNTER. JERRY L; Livingston. Caduceus 
Club. p. 454 

PRICE. JERRY L; Paris. Student Council Rep- 
resentative, p. 454. 

PRITCHARD. PATRICK J; Granville. Ohio. 
Pershing Rifles. Young Democrats p 454 

PUGH. SUSAN J ; Alexandria. Virginia p. 454. 

PULLEN. WANDA D ; Big Springs. Alpha Delta 
Pi. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA. p. 455. 



QUIGGINS. PAMELA K.; Louisville p. 455 



RABENSTEIN. ROBERTT.; Amelia. Ohio. p. 455. 

RAISOR. DENNIS S.; Sanders, Accounting Club. 
Young Democrats Club. Circle K Interna- 
tional, p. 455 

RAKER. EDGAR A.; Carrollton, KIE. p. 455. 

RAMEY. D THOMAS; Park Hills. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon. President: Pershing Rifles: IFC. 
College Republicans, p. 455. 

RAMSEY. ALBERTA K ; Lexington, p. 455. 

RANDALL. LINDA C . Somerset, p. 455 

RANIERO. JR.. LOUIS A ; Newport p. 455 

RANKIN, CAROLYN S : Crab Orchard p. 455. 

RANKIN, SARA J,; Waddy, SNEA. Collegiate 
Pentacle p. 455. 

RAPP. KENNETH J.; Cincinnati p. 455 

RATCLIFF. WILLIAM R : Corinth, p. 455. 

RATLIFF. BILLIE K.; Raceland. p 455 

RATLIFF. SANDRA P.. Martin, p. 455. 

RAUEN, PATRICIA L: Ft Mitchell. Collegiate 
Pentacle. Oratorio Choir. SNEA, Newman 
Club p. 455 

RAWSON, JANICE LYNN; Ashland. Kappa Delta. 
Kappa Delta Tau. Young Republicans, p. 
455. 

REAGAN. STUART A.; Frankfort. President 
Protem Freshmen Class. President and Vice 
President Sophomore Class. Kappa lota 
Epsilon. Polity Society. Student Affairs Com- 
mittee. Student Rights Committee. Eastern 
Progress, p. 455. 

RECKER, WILLIAM ANTHONY: Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Sigma Tau Pi. American Marketing Associa- 
tion, p. 455. 

REECE. LINDA LOU; Annville. p. 455. 

REED. Ill, CHARLES BERKLEY: Louisville, p. 
455. 

REEDY, GAIL SUE: Norwood. Ohio. WRA. HPER. 
SNEA. p. 455. 

REEVES. WILLIAM BRADLEY; Lexington. Law 
Enforcement Association, p. 455. 



578 INDEX & DIRECTORY 'SENIOR CREDITS 



REID. LUCRETIA J.; Lexington. SNEA, College 
Republicans, p. 455. 

REINDERS. JANYCE LEE; Alexandria. Kappa 
Phi Delta. SNEA. Student Organizations 
Committee, p. 455. 

REITZ. CHRIS JOHN; Fort Thomas p. 455. 

RENNACKER, VERNE EVERETT. Princeton. 
Illinois. Association of Law Enforcement, 
p. 455. 



REYNOLDS. DAN CLAYTON; Richmond, p. 455. 

REYNOLDS. ERIC THOMAS; Lexington p. 456 

REYNOLDS. JAMES W.; Pikeville, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. ROTC p. 456 

REYNOLDS. RICHARD ROY; Mt. Sterling p. 
456 

RICE. EDNA JANE; Catlettsburg. p. 456. 

RICE, LiNDA WESLEY: Danville p. 456 

RICHESON, MARTHA JEAN: Louisville. Kappa 
Delta Tau, College Republicans, p. 456. 



RIDDELL. THOMAS DWAINE; Irvine. Industrial 
Arts Club. Photographer. Milestone. Pro- 
gress, p. 456. 

RIDDER. ROBERT THOMAS; Newport, p. 456. 

RIGSBY. DONNA BEGLEY; Lexington. Kappa 
Delta Pi, SNEA. Young Republicans, p. 456. 

RILEY. MARY ELIZABETH; Nicholasville. HPER. 
Newman Club. Alpha Delta Pi. Young Demo- 
crats, p. 456. 

RITCHEY. PATRICIA; Lexington. Kappa Delta 
Tau. p. 456 



RIVERA. ANIBAL; Caguas. Puerto Rico, Persh- 
ing Rifles Battalion Commander, p. 456. 

ROBERTS. EVERETT CALBIE; Frankfort, p. 456. 

ROBERTS. JAMES STEVEN; Middletown. Ohio. 
Phi Delta Theta. American Marketing As- 
sociation p. 456. 

ROBERTS. PAMELA J.; Fairfield. Ohio. p. 456. 

ROBERTSON, KEVIN McCHORD: Lebanon. Phi 
Mu Alpha, Band, Stage Band. p. 456 

ROBINSON, SHIRLEY JEAN; Shelbyville. p. 456. 

ROCKENSTEIN, STEPHEN HOWARD; Coving- 
ton, p. 456. 

RODGERS, LOWELL THOMAS; Richmond p 
456. 

ROESCH. JUDY CAROLYN; New Lebanon. Ohio, 
p. 456 

ROGERS. HAZEL JEAN; Richmond, p. 456. 

ROGERS. JOANNE: Louisville. Newman Club. 
Speech Club. p. 456. 

ROGERS. PAUL B.; Winchester, p. 456 



ROGGENKAMP, GERMAINE VERONICA; Louis- 
ville, p. 456. 

ROSE, MARY CAROL; Owenton. ACE p. 456. 

ROSE, SHIRLEY CHILDERS. Richmond, p. 456. 

ROUTT. JANE LAMONDA: Milford. Canterbury 
Club. p. 456 

ROWE, GERALD L; Georgetown, p. 456 

ROWLETT, TERRY A; Bedford. Agriculture 
Club p. 457 




Lengthening shadows and sparsely populated campus walks indicate closing moments of day. 



ROWLEY. JAN L.; Corinth, New York, House 
Council, Judiciary Board. WOS. WRA. p. 457 

ROWLEY. SUE ELLEN; Cehna. Ohio. Student 
Rights Committee. Judicary Board. House 
Council, Inter Dorm Council, p. 457 

ROY, ALICE FAY; Columbia, College Re- 
publicans. Sociology Club. p. 457. 

ROYALTY. LARRY WAYNE: Paris p 457 

RUBY. PAULA LEE; Chaplin p. 457 

RUDER. SAMUEL LOUIS; London p. 457. 

RUMBLE, HARRY HAMILTON; Charlottesville. 
Virginia, p. 457 

RUNYON, PHILLIP: Richmond. HPER. p. 458. 

RUSSELL. LEONARD ALONZO; Paris. Indus- 
trial Arts Club. Kappa Psi Alpha President, 
p. 458 

RUTHERFORD. JAMES LEE; Ferguson p. 458 

RYAN. MARGARET M.; Peekskill. New York. 
Messiah Chorus, p. 458. 



SALYER, DEBORAH ANNE; Rising Sun. Indiana. 
Collegiate Pentacle. SNEA p. 458 

SAMONS. DINAH K : Richmond. SNEA p. 458 

SATCHWELL, DARYL LEE; Ghent. Agriculture 
Club p. 458 

SATCHWILL. LINDA KAY; Richmond. Colle- 
giate Democrats p. 458 

SAUNDERS. JAMES R : Salem. Indiana. Golf 
Team p. 459. 

SAYLOR. MARTHA; Richmond, p. 459 

SCARBROUGH. JOHN H ; Lmwood. New Jersey. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Industrial Arts Club, 
p. 459 

SCARBROUGH. DENNIS DALE; Louisville p. 
459 

SCHORNICK. TERESA D ; Columbus. Indiana. 
Oratona Choir, p. 459. 

SCHREIBER. MARK GEORGE; Lexington. ROTC 
Chorus, p. 459. 

SCHUETZ. SHIRLEY L; Sidney, Ohio. Home 
Economics Club. p. 459. 

SCHULTZ, STEVEN E .; Newport p. 459 

SCHULTZ, THOMAS WAYNE; Haddonfield, New 
Jersey, lota Lambda Sigma. Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon. p. 459 

SCHWARTZ, GLENDA KAYE; Southgate. SNEA. 
Young Republicans, p. 459 

SCHWEILERT. GARY LEE; Newport, p, 459, 

SCOTT. GARY LEE; Brodhead. p. 459. 

SCROGGIN. MARILYN J.; Burlington, HYPER, 
CWENS. Collegiate Pentacle, President. 
Kappa Phi Delta, p. 459. 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 579 



SEARS. LINDA LEE: Louisville, p. 459. 

SEARS. MARGENE; Norwood. Ohio. SNEA, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi. Student 
Council Representative. Canterbury Club p. 
459. 

SEARS. ROBERT M ; Ft. Wright p. 459 

SEVERS. CAROL R.; Pompton Lakes. New Jer- 
sey. HPER. p 459 

SHAW. GARY CONEL: Louisville, p. 459 

SHAW. PATRICIA ANN; Sarasota. Florida, Phi 
Alpha Theta. Collegiate Pentacle p 459 

SHAW, WAYNE LEE; Louisville p 459 

SHAY. CARL ANDREW; Newport. Baseball 
Team. p. 459 

SHEPHERD. RANDY STEPHEN: South Shore. 
p 459 

SHER. MICHAEL NEESON; Louisville p. 459. 

SHINN. STEPHEN DOUGLAS; Ludlow. Scabbard 
and Blade p. 459 

SHOCKEY. COLONEL RODNEY. West Alexan- 
dria. Ohio, p 459 

SHOCKEY. RUBY; Hazard p. 459 

SHORT. BERNIE ALLEN. Lexington p. 459. 

SHORT, RONALD LETCHER; Whitesburg p 
459 

SHORT. SHELIA LUCAS; Whitesburg p. 460 

SHOUSE. GEORGANNA; Danville, Collegiate 
Pentacle. SNEA. p. 460. 

SIMPSON, ELLEN H : Louisville. Kappa Delta. 
President of Panhellenic. Secretary. Junior 
Class. ROTC Sponsor, University Center 
Board, President's Advisory Committee 
on Fraternities and Sorontes. Collegiate 
Pentacle p 460 

SIPPLE. DAVID K ; South Shore p. 460 

SIPPLE. JANES C; Irvine p. 460 

SKAGGS. MARGARET ANN; Ashland. CWENS. 
College Republicans. Baptist Student Union. 
Kappa Delta Pi. Women's Inter-Dorm. Col- 
legiate Pentacle. p. 460. 

SKIPWORTH. JODY KAY; Louisville. Newman 
Club p. 460 

SKONIECZNY, BERNARD F ; Ambridge. Penn- 
sylvania. HPERCIub. p. 460 

SLOAN. HAROLD STEPHEN; Elkhorn City. Beta 
Theta Pi. Inter Fraternity Council p. 460. 

SLONE. ANDREW P.: Lexington p 460 

SLONE. JR., CULLEN B.; Louisville. Marching 
Band. Symphonic Band. Karate Club. Com- 
posers Club. p. 460. 

SLONE. HAROLD G.; Phyllis, p. 460. 

SMITH. CHERYL LYNN; Louisville. WRA, HPER. 
Concert Band. Marching Band. Tennis 
Team. Young Democrats, p. 460. 



SMITH. CLARA MARIE; Batavia. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta Pi. Collegiate Pentacle. SNEA. Biol- 
ogy Club p. 460. 

SMITH. CLARENCE; Manchester Milestone 
Staff, p. 460 

SMITH. LYNDA KAYE; Russell Springs. Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 460 

SMITH. MARK R.; Cincinnati. Ohio. Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma p. 460. 

SMITH. PHYLLIS ANN; Harlan. SNEA. Phi Alpha 
Theta. p 460. 

SMTH. ROBERT D. Crab Orchard p 460 

SMITH. ROY ALAN; Winchester, p 460 

SMITH. SHARON ANN; Louisville. SNEA p. 
460 

SMOOT. CHARLOTTE RAY; Florence p 460 

SMYTH. REBECCA ANN; New Harmony. In- 
diana. SNEA. WRA. Floor Counselor p. 460 

SNELL. NOLAN STEPHEN; Covington. Physics 
Club. Philosophy Club. p. 460 

SNELLING. JOEL ALAN; Springfield. Ohio p. 
460 

SNIDER. DEBORAH KAY; Mt. Orab. Ohio p. 460 

SOLVEY, LARRY V.. Mineral City. Ohio. Delta 
Upsilon. Phi Alpha Theta. Scabbard and 
Blade. Pershing Rifles. Kappa lota Epsilon 
p 460 

SPAHN. JANET LYNNE ; Louisville. Alpha Delta 
Pi. Collegiate Pentacle p. 460 

SPARKS. STEPHEN DUNCAN; Winchester. 
ROTC. p 462, 

SPARROW, JERRY HOUSER: Burgm. Men's Glee 
Club. Oratona Chorus, p. 462 

SPEAKES. RALPH ARNOLD. Danville p. 462 

SPEARS. SAMUEL DAVID: Albany. HPER p 
462 

SPENCER. RONALD WAYNE; Walton p 462 

SPIESER. SANDRA L; Cincinnati. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta Sorority. President Polity Society. 
Circuna. Frankfort Semester Intern, p. 462. 

STADLER, LINDA SUE: Hamilton, Ohio. Can- 
terbury Club, p. 462. 

STANFORD. LUCINDA: Jackson p 462 

STANGER. MARY ELIZABETH; Cragsmoor. New 
York. WRA. HPER. SNEA. Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. Kappa Delta Pi, Intercollegiate Ten- 
nis. Women's Officiating Service p. 462. 

STANLEY. STEVEN BRYAN; Rushsylvania. 
Ohio. p. 462 

STARNES. HOWARD RANDALL. Elkhorn City. 
Beta Theta Pi. p. 462. 

STEBING. DAVID EUGENE; Auburn. Indiana. 
Track Gymnastics. Cheerleader. Eastern 
Dance Theatre. Theta Chi. Industrial Arts 
Club. p. 462 



STEELMAN. LANA CAROL; Harrison, Ohio p. 
462 

STEPHENS. BETTY LOUISE; Richmond. Young 
Republicans. Polymathologist Club p. 462 

STEPHENSON. RONALD WAYNE; Erlanger. p. 
462 

STEVENS. CAROL LEE: Gettysburg. Pennsyl- 
vania, WRA. Women's Officiating Service. 
HPER. CWENS. p. 462 

STEWART. ALLEN FOSTER. Taylorsville. p. 462. 

STEWART. CECIL W ; Franklin. Ohio. Indus- 
trial Arts Club. p. 462. 

STEWART. PRUDA ELIZABETH; Letcher, Young 
Republicans p. 462. 

STICE. STEPHEN A : Louisville. ROTC. Men's 
Chorus. Men's Glee Club. p. 462. 

STIGALL. JACQUELINE IRENE: Ft. Thomas, 
p 462 

STIGALL. JOE SIDNEY BRUCE. Ft. Thomas, 
p 462 

STODGHILL. MIKE THOMAS: Mt Eden p. 462 

STOFFEREGEN. JANE: Hamilton. Ohio p. 462. 

STONE. DEBORAH BAILEY; Richmond p. 462. 

STONE. RONNIE EUGENE: Lebanon. Ohio p. 
462 

STOUT. CHARLES WILLIAM: Shelbyville. p. 462. 

STOVER, RICHARD DWIGHT; Carbondale. 
Pennsylvania. Kappa Alpha, p. 462. 

STRATTON, MIKE; Lawrenceburg. HPER p. 
463 

STRUSS. WILLIAM HENRY; Louisville. Student 
Council Representative, p. 463. 

STUDER. PATRICIA ANN: Cold Springs. CWENS. 
Kappa Delta Tau. Home Economics Club. 
Newman Club. House Council, p. 463. 

SULLIVAN. CATHY LYNN; Goshen. Ohio. WRA. 
HPER. Women's Officiating Service, p. 463. 

SUTTER. JOHN WILLIAM; LaGrange Park. Illi- 
nois p. 463 

SWANGO. DAVID MICKELL; Louisville. Presi- 
dent. Wesley Foundation, Company Com- 
mander of Military Police. Pi Tau Chi p. 
463 

SWOPE. MYRA VIRGINIA; Stanford. Kappa 
Delta Pi. p. 463. 



TABELING. RICHARD WILLIAM; Ft. Mitchell. 
Circle K. Sigma Tau Pi. p. 463. 

TALLENT. MARY F.; Albany, Home Economics 
Club. p. 464 

TARVIN. PATTY L; Richmond. Pi Omega. Pi 
Business Education Honorary President. 
Class of 1971 Treasurer, ROTC Sponsor. 
NBEA. p. 464. 



580 INDEX & DIRECTORY SENIOR CREDITS 



TATEM, TERRY L; Lancaster, p. 464. 

TATUM, CLIFTON L Lebanon, p 464. 
TAULBEE, ELLEN C; Lancaster, p 464 

TAYLOR, DIANA D: Ft. Lauderdale. Florida. 
SNEA p. 464 

TAYLOR. LARRY D; Frankfort. Accounting 
Club p. 464 

TAYLOR. WILLIAM E ; Honeybee, HPER, Young 
Democrats, p. 464 



TEDFORD. GARY S.; Norwood. Ohio, American 
Marketing Association, p. 464. 

TERRELL. SUE C: Chaplin p. 464 

TERSTEGGE. CHERINE K.; Louisville. Textile 
Club. p. 464 

THOMAS. CAROL J .; Richmond. Canterbury 
Club. President, SNEA p 464 

THOMAS, MARY R . Elizabethtown. Co-ordi- 
nating Committee, Home Economics De- 
partment: Nutrition Club. CWENS, Newman 
Apostulate. p. 465 






The bubble blowing contest makes a hit at the BOG County Fair. 



THOMAS. MARGARET V; Greenup, p. 465 

THOMAS. SAMMY T . Paris, p. 465. 

THOMPSON. BRENDA Y .: Mackville p. 465 

THOMPSON. BRUCE N : Pleasureville p. 465. 

THOMPSON. CLEVELAND B ; Nicholasville p. 
465 

THOMPSON, DORIS K , Pikeville. SNEA. Col- 
lege of Education p. 465. 

THOMPSON. HOWARD; Bronston. Aurora. Busi- 
ness Manager, American Marketing Associa- 
tion p. 465 

THOMPSON, JENNIFER I.; Pleasureville p 465. 

THOMPSON, LETITIA A.. Louisville. Delta Sig- 
ma Theta, Black Student Union p 465. 

THOMPSON. MARY E , Irvine p. 465 

THOMPSON. WILLIAM E , Florence p. 465 

THOMPSON. WILLIAM G. Pineville p. 466 

THRASHER. ELVIN H.; Albany, p 466. 

TIPTON, JERRY A: Irvine, Young Republicans 
Club. Sigma Tau Pi p. 466 

TODD, NANCY A ; Frankfort, Newman Club. 
Chemistry Club p 466 

TOWLER, ANN H ; Ashland. SNEA. ACE p. 466. 

TRABITS, CAROL L; Fredonia, New York, 
HPER, Newman Club. Gamma Sigma. Young 
Republicans p. 466. 

TRISLER, NANCY B.: Harrodsburg p. 466. 

TROWER. TERESA A ; Fern Creek, Kappa Delta 
Tau. Young Democrats. SCEC. p. 466. 

TRUE, JAMES F ; Frankfort, p. 467. 

TRUMBO. ROBERT P.; Danville. University 
Ensemble. Black Student Union, p. 467 

TUCKER. ROBERT W.; Florence. College of 
Education. HPER. Phi Delta Theta. p. 467. 

TUPMAN. WILLIAM R; Florence p 467 

TURNBULL. JANET L : Anchorage p. 467 

TURNER, MARY H,; Jackson p. 467 

TURNER, POLLY; Talbert. p. 467 

TURNER, WAYNE; Jackson. College of Edu- 
cation, p. 467 

TUTTLE. CAROL A.; London, Collegiate Demo- 
crats, Collegiate Pentacle. Phi Alpha Theta. 
p. 467 



u 



UNDERWOOD. JOHN; Louisville. Industrial 
Education Club. Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 467. 



UPTON. JANICE C; Louisville, p. 467. 



UTTER, SUSAN C : Elmira. New York, Chamber 
Choir. Concert Choir, Oratorio Choir, p. 467. 



INDEX &DIRECTORY/SENIORCREDITS 581 



VALLEY. HAROLD G.; Bloomfield. p. 467. 

VANHOOSE. SHARON W.; Harrodsburg. SNEA. 
MENC, Collegiate Pentacle. Delta Omicron. 
p 467 

VANNESS. GAIL A.; Cincinnati, Ohio, College 
Republicans. SNEA. Kappa Delta Tau, Little 
Colonels, KYMA p 467 

VAN PETT, BEVERLY P.; Leesburg, Ohio p. 467. 

VAN PELT, CHARLES G ; Edmeston, New York. 
Kappa lota Epsilon, Sigma Tau Pi p. 467. 

VANZANT, BARBARA A, Berea p 467 

VARNEY. WILLIAM R ; Forest Hills, p. 467. 

VAUGHN JAMES E; Mechanicsville, Virginia, 
Black Student Union p 467. 

VENCILL, PATRICIA D ; Richmond p. 467. 

VERMILLION, CONNIE M.; Junction City, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Can- 
terbury Club p. 467. 

VICE, SARA A, Maysville, Kappa Phi Delta, 
President, KYMA Club, HPER, Cheerleader, 
Young Republicans p. 467 

VIRES. AUDREY K.; McKee p. 467 

VIRES. RYARRION; London p. 467. 

VOETS. JOSEPH C: Orange. Connecticut p. 
467 



w 



WADDELL. HELEN J; Grayson, Collegiate 
Democrats, SNEA. p. 467 



WADDELL, JOE; Larkslane. p. 467. 



WADE, GLENN E.; Franklin, Ohio. Arts and Sci- 
ences, Phi Delta Theta, College Democrats. 



WAYNE. WADLINGTON L; Lexington, p. 468. 

WAGNER, CLAIRE F.; Middlesboro, CWENS. 
SNEA, Collegiate Pentacle. Vice President; 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 468. 

WAGONER, DAVID L . Pans p. 468 

WAINSCOTT. DEBORAH E ; Burlington p. 468. 

WAITS. SANDRA K ; LaGrange, SNEA. ACE, 
College of Education p. 468. 

WALDEN. LYNN; London. YWCA. Inter-faith 
Council, Young Republicans, p. 468 

WALDEN, WAYNE N.. London p. 468 

WALKER. CAMDACE S.; Fairfield, Ohio SNEA 
p. 468 

WALLETE, JAMES A.; Feasterville. Pennsyl- 
vania, p. 468 

WARINNER. WILLIAM D; Albany p. 468 

WARNE. DAVID F.; Albion. New York. p. 468. 



WARNER. GREGORY S.; Richmond p. 468. 

WARNER. SHARON S. Austin, Indiana, Inter- 
collegiate Basketball and Volleyball, WRA, 
WVS, HPER p. 468 

WARTHMAN, JOHN H ; Erie. Pennsylvania. Col- 
lege of Education p. 468. 

WATKINS, PEGGY J , Beattyville p 468 

WATKINS. STEVEN C; Troy. Ohio, Counter- 
Guerrilla Raiders. College Republicans, p. 



WATKINS. SUSAN J ; Lebanon Junction. Kappa 
Delta Tau, Vahanetts p 468 

WAYMAN, DEBORAH L; Fort Mitchell, Alpha 
Gamma Delta. College Republicans 
Women's Interdorm p 468 

WEBB, JOHN D . Louisville, Arts and Sciences, 
p. 468 

WEDDINGTON. FREDERICK L. Shelbiana p. 



WELCH, JIMMIE W ; Louisville, Omega Psi Phi 
Justice Student Court, p. 468. 

WELLS. GAYLEC; Pans p 468 

WELLS. RONNIE D; Pamtsville p 468 

WESLEY. TERRY M.; London. Circle K. p. 468 

WESLEY, JOHN T ; Liberty, p. 468. 

WESLEY. MICHAEL F ; Yosemite p. 468. 

WESSEL. JUDITH A ; Cleves. Ohio p. 468 



WHEELER. TONI LEE; Bristol, Virginia. ACE. 
SNEA p 469 



WHITAKER. GARY D ; McRoberts. p. 469. 



WHITAKER. GENEVA; Somerset, Kappa Delta 
Pi, SNEA p. 469. 



WHITE. CAROLE LYNNE; Xenia, Ohio. Young 
Republicans p. 469 



WHITEHEAD, MARGARET J.; Brooksville. p. 
469 

WHITEHOUSE. STEVEN A.; Milford. Ohio, Phi 
Delta Theta p. 469. 

WHITLOCK. ROBERT BYRON; Richmond, Sig- 
ma Nu. Alpha Phi Gamma, Scabbard and 
Blade. AUSA, Milestone Editor, Student 
Council, Student Publications Board, p. 469. 

WICHLUND, CARL HENRY; Independence, p. 
469 



WICKLINE. ROBERT FRANKLIN; Charleston, 
West Virginia, p. 470. 

WIENTJES, SHARON; Waynesville. Ohio, SNEA, 
ACE. Valianettes, Milestone Co-Editor. Alpha 
Phi Gamma, p. 470 

WIGFIELD, PAUL DOUGLAS; Hagerstown, Mary- 
land, Delta Upsilon. p. 470. 



WILCOX. CAROL LYNN; Marion, Ohio, Panhel- 
lenic Council. Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa 
Delta Tau, SNEA, Inter Dorm Council, Home- 
coming Committee, p. 470 

WILKINS. MILLERSON LEE; Louisville. Delta 
Sigma Theta. p. 470 

WILLIAMS. BETTY ANN; Barbourville, Young 
Republicans, Burnam Hall Counselor p. 
470. 

WILLIAMS. FRANKIE JOE; Lexington. Delta 
Upsilon. p. 470 

WILLIAMS. JUDITH ELAINE. Russell p. 470. 

WILLIAMS, NEVEL THOMAS; Richmond p. 470. 

WILLIAMS. Ill, TED M ; Covington p. 470 

WILLIAMS. SHERMAN; London p. 470 

WILLIAMSON. RUSSELL THOMAS; Inez. 
Caducus Club. Collegiate Democrats, p. 470. 

WILSON, JANE MARTIN; Versailles, Little The- 
atreClub p 471. 

WILSON, JOYCE WANNOLA; Lexington, Alpha 
Kappa, University Ensemble, Black Stu- 
dent Union, p. 471. 

WILSON, LYNNE ANN; Russell p 471 

WILSON. MARY SUSAN; Eubank, Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, College Republicans, HPER. 
p. 471 

WILSON. RUTH ANNA; Pittsburgh. Pennsyl- 
vania, Young Republicans, Kappa Delta 
Tau, CaveClub, BiologyClub p. 471 

WILSON. WANDA MASTERS; Richmond, Head 
Majorette, Band Sponsor, Drum & Sandal 
DanceClub p. 471 

WINBURN, CYNTHIA C; Fort Thomas. Wom- 
en's Recreation Association, Women's Of- 
ficiating Services, HPER. p. 471 

WINSTEAD, FLORENCE HOSKINS; Bordhead. 
p 471 

WISHER, KARM ANN; Covington. SNEA, Young 
Republicans, SNEA. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
p. 471. 

WITHERS. PATTI SUE; Cynthiana. Young Re- 
publicans, p. 471. 

WOMACK. JAMES C; Grayson, Beta Omicron 
Gamma, Young Democrats, p. 471. 

WOOD, ROBERT M.; Frankfort, p. 472. 

WOODRUFF, MARTIN WINFIELD; Sabina, Ohio. 
Agriculture Club President, p. 472 

WOOSLEY. BETTY JEAN; Irvine, SNEA, ACE 
p. 472. 

WOOTEN, JOHN R.; Dayton. Sigma Nu. Scab- 
bard and Blade, p 472. 

WOOTON, MICHAEL L; Eubank, p. 472 

WORTHINGTON, E. ANN; Louisville. The 
Anglicans, Interfaith Council. GROWTH, 
p. 472. 



582 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



WOZNY, CATHERINE C; Louisville, Kappa Delta 
Tau. Canterbury Club, Student Association, 
Collegiate Pentacle. College Republicans. 
SNEA, p. 472 

WRIGHT, MELVIN ELLIS; Somerset p, 472 

WYATT, LARRY G ; Berea. Delta Upsilon Inter 
Fraternity Council p. 472 



YADEN. CAROLYN LOU; Yosemite p, 472, 
YAGI. KIYOKO; Tokyo, Japan, MENC, p. 472. 



YAGI. YOSHIHIKO; Tokyo. Japan. KIE, Cadu- 
ceus Club, International Students Associa- 
tion, p. 472 

YATES, RICHARD H; Oxon Hill, Maryland, 
Pershing Rifles, p 472 

YATES. ROGER DALE; Cecilia, p. 472 

YOUNG, BARRY KEVIN; Webbville, Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma p 472 

YOUNG, GEOFFREY STEVEN; Lexington. Sigma 
Nu. p. 472. 



YOUNG. JANE RUTH. East Bernstadt p 472 



YOUNG. JOHN ALLEN; Junction City, Kappa 
loft Epsilon, Young Republicans, Biology 
Club. Kappa Delta Pi. p. 472 

YOUNG. LINDA MAE. Maud. Ohio. SNEA p 
472 



ZWICK, SHIRLEY LINDA, Richmond. Home 
EconomicsClub. YWCA p 472. 




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INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 583 



Index and Directory 



Abbott, Debc 




L 


Abbott, Jame 


sE. 




Abbott, Joan 






Abel! 


Elizabeth A 533 


Abell 


George 


H 


Jr 507 


Abell 


James M. 




Abell 


Marv J 






Abell 


Patrici; 


A 


401 


Abell 


Robert 


L 




Aberc 


rumbie 


Pat 


I E 316,317,474 


Aber ( 


rumb.e, 


Re 


sella 360,411 


Aber 


athv, Lawr 


>nce D 


Abne 


. Charli 


2 Jr 


52,298.326,328 



Abnev. Cecil 

Abney, Joanne C 359 

Aboud. Bonnie M 294.391 ,507 

Abraham. Leona R 



I B 533 



Abrams, Robert C 
Abshear. Dorothy C 
ACCOUNTING CLUB 303 
ACE 300 

Ach 2 ehner, Beverly A 411 
Acker, R. Dean 132 
Acker. Scott M 



Acke 



Acke 

A, li, 



, Elizabeth A 



M.i 



Acton, Neuelyn N 
Ada.r. Nancy R 533 
Adamo. Paul J 487 
Adams, Betsy AH 



Adams, Ca 
Adams. Co 



ol S 



is. Cynthia R 

is, Deborah E 507 

is. Donna G 331.507 

is, Ernest M Jr 

is, Frances L 295.359,507 

is. Gary VI 

is, Harley R 

is, James D 507 

is, James L. 

is, Janet L 564 



Adam 


s, JohnW. Ill 


Adam 


s, Judith F. 533 


Adam 


s, Juliana C 


Adam 


s, Julie 411 


Adam 


s, Linda L. 533 


Adam 


s, Marsha J 533 


Adam 


s, Martie L 487 


Adam 


s, Pamela C 


Adam 


s, Patricia S 


Adam 


s. Richard L 


Adam 


s, Roger W 


Adam 


s, Roy E 


Adam 


s, Samuel 


Adam 


s. Sherry T 


Adam 


s, Sondra J 


Adam 


s, Stephen M 507 



Adams 


3n, DavidS Jr, 


Adcock, Carolyn S 533 


Addington, Dons D. 411 


Adelgren, Albert B 487 


Adm, Carl H Jr 382.411 


Adkins, Carolyn G 487 


Adkms 


Dewey L, 


Adk.ns 


Donald E 


Adkms 


Fon J 


Adkins 


Judy E 


Adkms 


Kathleen G 


Adkms 


Michael G 507 


Adkins 


Nancy C 


Adkms 


Robertas 


Adkins 


Roger H 


Adkins 


Rosalind 



Adkms, Susan L 314,364,507 

Adler, Hubert R 

Adrian, James C. 487 

Afriyie, Kwaku 

Afterkirk, Donnie L, 

Agee, J B Jr 

Agee, James H 

AGRICULTURE CLUB 301 

AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF 144 

Aguon. EstellaP 

Ahem. Albert M 

Ahlers. Judith A 

Aiken, John D 

Aker. Stephen K 218.372,388 

Akers, Nancy F, 

Akers, Randall 

Akers, Terry J 362.487 

Akin, Joseph W 375,507 

Akin, Lynn D 507 

Akms. Debbie L 

Akms. Terry L 507 

avi, Faramarz F 

baugh, Leonard L 

bright, James L 507 

bright, Steve 

br.tton. Wayne M 

bro, Joyce M 297,407.507 

corn, Donald G 533 

corn, Jennie L 307,507 

corn, Wilma L 

derson, Judy M 223.507 

dndge. Deborah L 533 

exander. Charles S 

exander, Edna M 

exander, Jerry D 411 

exander. Joseph S 

exander. Patricia S 487 

exander, Shirley M 

exander, William M, 290 

ford, Mary M 487 

ford. William C 

gier, Ann S 140 

g.er, Carol A 302.362 

gier, Laloni J 362 

ig. Lynn 

'9. Peggy M 

ig, Thomas G 212,340,376 

len, Alana K 533 

len. Blanda K 533 

len, Bobbie J 507 

len.C Richard Jr. 507 

len. Carmen G 533 

len, Cloteen 



len, ErmeJ 
len, Ethel M. 
len, Floyd B. 
len, Henry H. 
len, Hubert G. 
len, James D 411 
len. James H. 131 
len, Jo A 
len, Judy E 354 
ten, Kath Lee J 533 
len, Larry O 507 
len. MervynS 



len, Sara R. 
len, Stanley D 
len. Vera L. 411 
len, William R 385, 41 
len, Yvonne E. 
ley, Claude F 
ley, Dennis K 507 
ley. Gary D 533 
ley. Michael J 533 
ley. Thomas G. 507 
lison, Robert T 411 
lison, Steven R 
I. son, William R, 
(man, John B 



Allsmiller, Joyce A, 223,225,306,507 

ALPHA CHI ALPHA 368 

ALPHA DELTA PI 353 

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 354 

ALPHA KAPPA 357 

ALPHA PHI GAMMA 221 

ALPHA PHI SIGMA 

Alston, John P 

Alstott. Marvin J, 264,265 

Alsup, Jonathan D 

Alsup, Rodney G 289.298.507 

Alton, Kathy K 533 

Amann. Constance J. 533 

Amatulli. Deborah M 

AMERICAN MARKETING 

ASSOCIATION 303 

Ambrose, Charles F. 130 

Ambrose, Elizabeth P 391,487 

Amburgey, Arnold Jr 307,507 

Amburgey. Barbara F 

Amburgey, Betty S 

Amburgey, Deborah L 

Amburgey, Michael F 41 1 

Amburgey, Patricia A 507 

Amburgey, Roger D 

Amis, Helen R 533 

Ammerman, Robert C. 

Amshoff, Dav.d E 507 

Anders. Ruth E 

Anderson, Carol A, 329,507 

Anderson, Cessie M 

Anderson, Charles E 370,411 

Anderson, Clifton R 

Anderson, Donald R 533 

Anderson, Donna L 

Anderson, ElhsC 375 

Anderson, Gary B 

Anderson, George A, 41 1 

Anderson, Gerald L 

Anderson, Hotly B 533 

Anderson, James M 

Anderson, Jeanette L 507 

Anderson. Kathleen E 

Anderson. Leslie L 507 

Anderson, Mae B 

Anderson, Nancy L 

Anderson, Patricia A. 533 

Anderson, Patricia A 

Anderson, Paulette M 533 

Anderson, Ralph 301.487 

Anderson, Randolph K 

Anderson, Raymond F 411 

Anderson, Richard A 533 

Anderson, Robert E 

Anderson, Rodney E 

Anderson, Virginia F 

Anderson, William H 

Anderson, William K 411 

Anderson, William M. 

Andrews, Mary E 

Andrews, Paul P. Jr. 225 

Angel, Deborah S 533 

Angel. Judy E 391,411 

Angelim, Janice M. 

Angle. Darrel W 

Angl.n, Retha F 

Ankney, Jon W, 237,292 

Anness, Kerry T 

Anness, Rita G.M 

Ansley, Jean A. 487 

Anthony, Brenda S 

ANTHROPOLOGY AND 

SOCIOLOGY 158 

Appelman, Debra L 533 

Apple, James L. 

Applegate, Kimberly D 

APPLIED ARTS& 

TECHNOLOGY. COLLEGE OF 142 

Arcangel.. Oale C 487 

Archer, Howard P 

Ardery. William N 

Ardmger, Ned A 411 

Argabnght, Daniel S 245,370,487 

Argabr.ght, T.m A 243,245,370 

Ark, Thomas E. 



Arlmghaus, James A. 533 
Armbrecht, Eddie L 
Armstrong, Deborah A 
Armstrong, Deborah J, 
Armstrong, Michael B 237 
Armstrong, Nancy S 362,41 1 
Armstrong, Paula M.K 
Armstrong. Richard 158 
Arnett, Emma J 
Arnett, Jane R 
Arnett, Lonnie D 
Arnett. Sandra B 
Arnold, Barbaras 533 
Arnold, Betty F.P 
Arnold, Carolyn J 507 
Arnold, Douglas M. 
Arnold, Gary L 
Arnold, George R. 
Arnold, John S 507 
Arnold, Larry C 
Arnold, Mary A 
Arnold, Phyllis A 
Arnold, Tilden W 
Arrowood, William Jr 
ART AND SCIENCES, 

DEPARTMENT OF 156,157 
ART, DEPARTMENT OF 66,159 
Arthur, Alva L 411 
Arthur, James D 533 
Arvin, CarmonG 533 
Arvin, Ralph L 
Asbndge, Anthony 
Ash, Reba M 362,507 
Ashby, Gary L 
Ashby, William C. 255,487 
Ashcraft, Roy P 219,411 
Asher, Curtis J 533 
Asher, Dana L. 41 1,507 
Asher, Herman 
Asher, Louise 293 
Asher, Michael 265 
Asher, Nancy B 
Asher, Noah M 
Ashley, Kenneth C 411 
Ashraf. Gowhar 
Aspatore, Edward C Jr 411 
Aiha, Sheila F 533 
Atkins. Dorothy G 



Babbage, Robert 
Baber 

mes L 507 

rry A 411 
chard B. 



123,221,401,507 



Atkii 



, Lorr 



Atkins, Ronnie D. 533 
Atkins, Thomas I 
Atkinson, John D 507 
Atkinson, Linda L 354,487 
Atkinson, Nancy H. 
Atk.sson, Thomas A 
Alwarer, Dorothy M. 
Atwood, Barbara S 
Aubrey. Richard D 
Aubrey. Terry E 
Augsburger, Michael R 
AURORA 398 
AUSA 326 
Ausherman, Margaret L. 

Austin, Greg L 
Austin, Jim E 391,487 
Austin, Mark A 
Austin, Robert E 411 
Auxier, Patsy L 507 
Aventt. Robert F. 225,411 
Aver.tt. Thomas E. Jr 487 
Aydt, Janet S 533 
Aydt, Paula L. 533 
Ayer, Willard Y 507 
Ayers, Gary S 
Ayers, Roger W 507 
Ayers, Vicki A 507 
Ayres, Harvey D. 
Azar, Daniel L 
Azbill, Robert N 



Babb, Lewis 225 
Babb, LilhanS. 411 
Babb, Sharon L 



Baber, 

Baber, 

Baber, 

Baber, William E. 

Babington, Kathenne 53 

Bachman, Charles C. 

Bachus, Susan J, 533 

Back, Anna L 507 

Back, Jesse M 

Back, Lorna J 223,359 

Back, Mary L 

Back, William T 

Bacon, Horace S. 



l. William H, 247 
, John G Jr 533 



Badei 

Bade: 

Badgett, Paul R 367,412 

Bagby.CaraM 533 

Bagwell, Carolyn 412,487 

Bagwell. Glenna R A 

ley, Bruce E. 

ley, Deborah F, 308,533 

ley, Deborah L. 487 

ley, Devona L. 487 

ley. Donna M 

ley, Douglas L 

ley, Gary S 

ley. Gerald R 533 

ley, Jacob T 507 

ley, Karen L 395.533 

ley, Larry W 205,402,412 

ley, Leah C 

ley, Mary R 

ley, Michael E. 

ley, Otis E. 

ley, Patricia A, 

ley, Paula J. 

ley, Ph.hp D. 

ley, Shafter 

ley, Stephen C 533 

ley, Wade M 474 

ley, Wayne R 385,388,507 

rd, David A 

ird, Ernest C 

ird, Patsy A 412 

kenhester, Eugene R. 507 

ker, Allen H 

ker, Arthur T 

ker. Beverly R 533 

ker, Bonita L. 507 

ker, Carla A. 533 

ker, Charles D. 487 

<er, Charles T. 

ker, Christopher T. 

ker. Coleen E. 293 



mceK. 



, Dan 



Baker, David L, 412 
Baker, James M. 487 
Baker, Janet L. 533 
Baker, Joel G 
Baker. Judy L 
Baker, Linda G 
Baker, Lorna G 
Baker. Michael K. 



Baker, Phillip R 



Baker, Ronny G 
Baker, Ruth H 
Baker, Sondra G 
Baker, Virginia J 533 
Baker, Wanda K. 533 
Baldinger, Charlene L 219.474 



laldir 

Baldwin. 
Baldwin, 
Baldwin, 
Baldwin, 



in* l 



The listing begun on this page is intended to serve 
as a directory of the 1970-71 Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity student body and as a student, faculty and 
activity index. Names of students who are pictured 



in the Milestone are followed by page numbers. The 
names of faculty pictured are printed in bold type. 
Activities and organizations covered are capitalized. 



584 INDEX &DIRECTORY/ABB-BAL 



Bales. Debra L 533 



a J 538 
inceS 407,507 
i L 533 



Ball. Linda S 
Ball, Mary E 
Ball, N Catherine 
Ball, Pamela R 
Ball. Patricia L. 
Ball, Philip C 
Ballard. Ann C 
Ballard, Elizabeth A. 487 
Ballard, Gail L 
Ballard, Jennie M 
Ballard. Leslie L 
Ballard, Lloyd D 
Ballard, Paul D 263,533 
Ballard. Robert H. 412 



Barber, George 
Barber, Jack R 261.292,487 
Barber, Linda S 316,357 
Barber, Ronald D 
Barclay, Jean W 507 



■■S B 



Bard, Bo 

Bare, James L. 

Barger. Gloria L 507 

Barger, M Nolan 

Barger, Mary C. 

Barger, Michael W 

Bargo, Matthew 

Bargo, Robert S 327.533 

Bargo, Susan L M 

Barkau, John A 295,382,412 



Barker. JohnP 
Barker, Kathryn 



Ballard. Roberl L 507 


Barker, Michael D 


Ballew, James E. 316 


Barker, Pamela J 268,507 


Ballinger, Alma C 


Barker, Tommy 


Balhnger. Faye 


Barker, William P 376,412 


Ballinger, Gary W 


Barkley. William B 


Balhnger, Lloyd W 


Barlow, Charles S. 


Balog, Andrew A 


Barlow. Leroy L. 137 


Balog, Margaret B 


Barlow, Linda E 


Baltes, Janet R 533 


Barnard, Charles J 330.507 


Baltzley, Cynthia K. 533 


Barnard. Michael M. 412 


Bangs, Bonnie J. 223,295.359.507 


Barnes, Carol E 


Banks. Roma F 


Barnes. Donme G 


Banks, Sandra K 533 


Barnes, Gerald E 


Bannister. Marilyn D. 


Barnes, James D 


Banta, Clinton W 328 


Barnes, Kay L 412 


Banzhaf, Barbara A 533 


Barnes, Lois V 


BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 391 


Barnes, Mildred F 


Barbee, Jimmy T. 


Barnes, Pamela A. 


Barber, Bruce J 


Barnes, Robert D 507 



ies. Robert D 


Bascom, George N 507 


les, Suzanne E. 533 


BASEBALL 254-257 


les, Terry S 


Basham, Roger L. 487 


les, Walter L Jr. 303,412 


BASKETBALL 238-247 


ten, Danny E. 


Bass, Bruce M 487 


tett.Glenda K 507 


Bass, Lee E 


rett, James L 


Bass, Ned M 


lett, Jenny L 


Bastin, GaryE. 382 


tett, Johnny R 372 


Batch, Donald 305 


lett, Lana K 533 


Bates. Charlene 


tett, Obie Jr 


Bates, Debra R 311,507 


lett, Pamelas 507 


Bates. Janet E 533 


lett, Rosemary L. 533 


Bates, Janice L. 533 


tett, Sara S 507 


Bates, Jennifer L 533 


tett, Susan J 


Bathiany, Deborah L 533 


lette, Jerry 


Batte, William K. 296,487 


tette. Phil L 


Battles, Donald R 412 


ette, Susan R. 


Battles, Howard E 412 


hardt. Larry J 412 


Bans, Gloria D 


ihart, Kathy J. 533 


Bans, JamesW 412 


hart, Steve P, 372 


Batts, John L 



rett. Harold L 

rett, Kenneth H 

rett, Paul G 

rett, Robert W 533 

sotti, Martin J 533 

sotti, Matthew F. 382.412 

telt, Bonnie J 507 

th, Donald K 

then, Jill A 507 

leson, James C. 487 

lett. Gary 

ley, Jack T. 533 

on. James B. 



, Na 



cy J. 



n. Phyllis C 533 




Battson, Donald H 
Bauer, Bruce H 507 
Bauer. Jane C. 412 
Bauer. Linda L. 487 
Bauer, Robert D 292 
Baugh, Ronnie W 507 
Baughman, Constance J. 
Bauhan, ConnieS 507 
Bauman, Bruce E 412 
Baumstark, Diana K. 507 
Baur, Daniel J 218,487 
Baxter, Richard L 380,388 
Bayer, Dorothy L 507 



Bavs, D.r 



i L. 



Baysore, Edith H 
Baysore, Jack E 
Beach. Larry W 
Beam. John R. Jr 330.487 
Beams. Connie R 533 
Beard, Dennis J 533 
Beard, Gary L 533 
Beard, MicahS 268,534 
Beard, Rebecca L. 353,507 
Beard. William J 487 
Beasley. Patricia A 
Beatty. Anthany 507 
Beatty, Yvonne T. 
Beaty, Brenda S 221,474 
Beaty, MaryO- 311.507 
Beaver, Guy M, 290 
Beazley, Susan C. 
Beck, Douglas A 
Beck, JohnG. 
Beck. Phyllis J 
Beck, Robert G 
Beck, Rudolph W 412 
Becker, Terry A 534 
Beckench. Mary Jo T 364,507 
Beckett, Deborah G 
Beckett, Ronald E 
Beckham, Clifford V. 487 
Becknell. James R 



Bedell. Susan A 
Bedore, JeanetteM 507 
Beechboard, Linda F 48") 
Beeler, Jacob W 



Begley. Catherine A 268 

Begley, Deborah S. 534 

Begley, Dwight M 487 

Begley, Earl C. 

Begley. Helen M 300.412 

Begley, Jimmie A 

Begley, John W. 

Begley. Lena D 

Begley. Linda R 508 

Begley, Myra S. 474 

Begley, Ralph D 412 

Begley, Robert B. 38.127 

Begley. William E. 

Behanan, Russell W 316.317,387.: 

Behrens, MarthaS. 534 

Behymer, Deborah E. 487 

Belting, Richard L Jr 

Beitler, Rita M. 534 



. Dei 



sW. 



Belcher, Gerald F 372,508 
Belcher, Janice E. 412 
Belcher. William O. 
Belew, Nancy L. 

. Ann E 

. Betsey L. 



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Bell, James 487 

Bell. Lenise R 310,316,357,487 

Bell, Robert J 316.317,387 

Bell, Robert L 

Bell, Ruby E. 

Bell, William A 

Bellairs, Deborah K 314,393,534 



s. Ma 



iretC 



Bellamy, Mai 
Bellamy, Marguerite B 
Bellando. Lila D 
Bellinger, Dennis S 534 
Bellman, Robert J 487 
Benassi. Janice A 
Bender, Angela F. 391,534 
Bends, James P 412 
Benedett, Jud. A 534 
Benge, Anthony L. 327 
Benge, Doris L 
Benge, Maxine 
Benge, Norma J 
Beniam.n. AmosS 375 
Benjamin, Barry K 
Bennet, Lois D 
Bennett, David N 534 
Bennett, Hope M 

Bennett, Judy G. 
Bennett, Norman L 
Bennett. Patricia A 364,508 
Bennings, John T 262,263.487 
Benson. Gayle E 

lard L. 162 



Bar 



Bentle. Mary K 534 
Bentley. Bettnia J 534 
Bentley. Deborah I 508 
Bentley. John A 412 
Bentley, Kenneth M 
Bentley, Lana C 
Bentley. Linda A 304,487 
Bentley. Novella 487 
Bentley, Patricia R 487 
Bentley, Russell O 
Bentley. Sandra K 
Benton. Charles E II 
Benton, Kathy R, 362.508 
Benton. Mary C 480 
Benton, Nolan R II 
Benton, Teresa S 508 
Benwell, Thomas E Jr 
Benz, Richard C 
Berbench, Nancy S 534 
Berg, Dale E 
Berge, Marion M 
Berlin, Teresa A 534 
Bernstrom, Beverly T 

Berry, Eugene M 

Berry, Lucille D. 

Berry, Mary S 

Berry, Orra W 

Berry, Rolland H 

Berry. Sandra Lee 316.357 

Berry. Vicki L 

Berry. Wanda L 316.357,487 

Berry, Wynona L. 

Berryman, Betty L 



Bersaglif 



Bertn 
Bertr; 



.CharlesW 
, CletusM 



Bertram. Lynda S 508 

Bertram, William J 367,508 

Bertrand, Jean K 412 

Bertrand, Keith T. 259,487 

Bertrand, Susan A 298 

BETA OMICRON GAMMA 367 

Betz, Eveanna K. 534 

Beverly. William K 

Bhangsbha. Charunin 

Biagi.AnnaM 534 

Bibbs. Anna M. 487 

Bickel. Rebecca S. 

Bickett. Amy M 359,413 

Bicknell, Lucille D 

Biddle, Linda M 

Bidwell. Charles R 255.257,508 

Bidwell, DeienaC 

Biedenharn. James T. 

Bierly. David F. 

Biermann. Ann E. 413 

Billingsley. Sandra K 

Billups, Lora L. 534 

BIOLOGY CLUB 305 

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 160 

Binder. Angela 391 

Binder. Earl W 413 

Binggeh, William L 

Bingham, Annetta 

Bingham, Betty AC 487 

Bingham. James E. 41 3 

Bingham. Jimmie 

Binkley, William T 

Binning, John B. 474 



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sT.III 



>lj 



i 364 



Edward F Jr 474 



INDEX &DIRECTORY/BAL-BIR 585 



Bird, Joy E. 

Bishop, Beverly K. 534 

Bishop, David M 

Bishop, James R. 

Bisig, James C. 330,508 

Bissmeyer, Patricia J. 

Bitsko, Edward A 

Bizzack, Johnny W 

Black, Barbara A 

Black, Barbara L 359,413 

Black, Beverly G 307,413 

Black, Connie L 359.508 

Black, Debbie A 304,508 

Black, Donna F 357 

Black, John W 534 

Black, Lila D 564 

Black. Mary E 

Black. Randall H 

Black, Ronald L 413 

Black, Sara K. 

Blackburn, Arthur 

Blackburn, Glenn M 

Blackburn, Larry W 237,372 

Blacketer, Michael E. 

Blacketer, Rebecca M 534 

Blackwood, Linda J. 487 

Blagg, Cheryl M 

Blain, Bradford H. 380.508 

Blair, Charles E 413 

Blair 



aid 



, BrendaD 534 
. Dor.sE 



Blair, James R 296,306,508 

Blair, Kenneth 

Blair, Margaret A. 534 

Blair, Paul E 508 

Blair. Rhonda L 508 

Blair, Sally 508 

Blair. Thomas D. 

Blair, William E 

Blake, Howard D 487 

Blake, James A. 370 

Blake, Karen L. 414 

Blake, Phyllis P 

Blake. Robert F 

Blakeman, AnneS 534 

Blakeman, Carol A. 534 

Blakemon, Ira L 414 

Blakemore, Neville L. 

Blanc, Linda C 564 

Blanchard, Elizabeth 

Bland, Michael L 508 

Bland, Timothy S 

Blandford, Barbara S 

Blandford, Thomas E 

Blankenship. Billy S 

Blankenship, Jerry D. 

Blankenship, Paula V 

Blankenship, Randy E. 487 

Blankenship. Rick E 

Blankenship, Roger D 

Blanton, Deborah L. 534 

Blanton, Gary L 

Blaske. Stephen F 

Blasky, Karen L 534 

Blattman, Deborah A 

Blaydes, Eugene F 

Bled st 

Bledst 

Bledsoe, Ronald F 414 

Bleichner, Gary J 613 

Bleier, Clara R 

Blevens, Denise K 534 

Blevms, Barbara A 

Blevms, Floyd R 211,414 

Blevms, Gail I 534 

Blevms, Lloyd K 211,219,414 

Blevms. MarthaS. 508 

Blevms, Michael L. 534 

Belvins, Thomas A 508 

Blewitt, Kenneth J 375,257 

Blish, Richard A 

Block, Patricia E 487 

Bloom, Michael W. 

Blount, Bettie R 

Bloyd, Karen M 310,312.508 

Blue, Harry A 414 

Blythe. Robert R 202,214,410,414 

Boardman, Ernest L 

BOARD OF REGENTS 122,123 

Boatnght, Linda S 316,534 

Boaz, Ronnie D 414 

Bobich, George T 

Bock. Barbara J 

Bock. Ronald N 249 

Boden. Mamie S 

Bodine, Sammy G. 290 

Bodley. Harvey H Jr 376,388,487 

Boeh, Daniel E 341,376,414 

Boese. Dwight W 474 

Bogdanski, Joanne T. 

Boggess, Carolyn L. 391,487 

Boggess, Rita J 535 

Boggio, Guido 414 

Boggio. Lea 295.535 

Boggs, Barry M 

Boggs, Diana L 

Boggs. Mary L 

Boggs, Merle 

Boggs, Thomas D 535 



Bogie, Patsy A. 


Bowman, Phyllis D 


Brewsa 


jgh, Deborah K 


Brown. Norman E 


Bogie. Wanda L 535 


Bowman, Robert L 508 


Bncken, Leonard J. 508 


Brown, Paul A 


Bogliole, David J. Jr 


Bowman, Sam 311 


Bnckey, Karen G, 224 


Brown, Phillip E 316,387,487 


Bogo, Lauren B 354 


Bowman, Shirley A 415 


Bridewell, John D. 487 


Brown, Raymond L 


Bohannon, Thomas W 


Bowman, Terry W 376.415 


Bndgewater, Gary E 


Brown, Rebecca W 


Boh man, John W 


Bowman, Wendell H 


Bright, Charles R 535 


Brown, Richard 


Bohuslav, John 263 


Box. Rebecca A 508 


Bright, Venita D 


Brown, Robert D 316 


Bokelman, Allen E 253,370 


Boyd. James G 


Bngmon, Janet C 508 


Brown, Robert T 416 


Bokelman. David J. 370 


Boyd, Linda K.H. 


Bringardner, Ed S 


Brown, Ronald J. 416 


Bol.n, Vicki L 


Boyd. MelvinE Jr 


Bringenberg, Judith E 


Brown, Ronnie D 


Bol.nger, Marlene K 


Boyd, Patricia A 


Brisbay, Jacqueline M 508 


Brown, Ronnie L 


Bolivar, Stephen L 


Boyd, Ronald D 415 


Briscoe, Martha A 535 


Brown, Samuel K. 


Bolt, Sharon A 


Boylan, Barbaras 535 


Br. te, James F 415 


Brown, Samuel M 


Bolton. Nancv F 


Boyle, IrisE 306.308,415 


Br.ttain. Gary W 415 


Brown. Sharon A 


Bolton, Wallace W 508 


Boyles, Clyde W 487 


Br. man, Janelle S 535 


Brown. Shirley A- 


Bomhard, Kevin F 535 


Boyles, Elinda DC 487 


Bnttingham, John W. 


Brown, Stephen A 


Bonar, Marlene F 


Boyson. Richard I 


Bntton, Claudia L 508 


Brown, Stephen F 508 


Bond, Bettv L.S 


Bracken, Barbara J 298,364,508 


Bntton, Reda J 


Brown. Sylvester R Jr 508 


Bond, David L 


Bracken. Daniel B. 289,508 


Broaddus, Dorothy F 


Brown. Taunya H 


Bond, Jerry W 


Brackett, Thomas M. 


Broaddus, Otis W 


Brown. Terry A. 


Bond, Paul 


Bradford, Janet G. 314,364 


Broady, Charlotte L 


Brown, Theleda R 


Bond, Peggy S A 


Bradford, Linda S 508 


Broce, Ronald E 474 


Brown, Tim C 261,292 


Bond, Victoria T 


Bradford. Sarah A 487 


Brock, Alice R 


Brown. William C 218.326,328,416 


Bondurant, Susan L 535 


Bradley. Brian M 376.508 


Brock, Bobbie S. 535 


Brown, William C 


Boner, Geneva O 


Bradley, David L 


Brock, Donald W 


Brown, William D 487 


Boner. William M 326,327,329 


Bradley. Glenn 


Brock, Linda S 


Brown, William J 535 


Bonfert, Peggy L 535 


Bradley, Robert J. 


Brock, Susan M 415 


Browne, Albert L 


Bonner, Denny N 


Bradley. Robert L 


Brock, Walter L 


Brownell, Patricia L. 508 


Bonny, Bilhe T 


Bradley. Sherri L. 4B7 


Brockman, Earl M 


Browning. Daniel L. 535 


Bonny, Edwin M 


Bradley, Smith F 


Broenng, Karen L. 210,308,415 


Browning, Eldon 535 


Bonny, Thomas H 


Bradley. Susan R. 535 


Broenng, Kurt H 487 


Browning, Judith L 508 


Book. Janet K 564 


Bradley, William F 


Broenng, Lawrence J 


Browning, Kathleen F, 480 


Booker, Lavetta R 


Bradshaw, Bishop L. 535 


Brogdon, Johnny L J Jr 415 


Browning, Pamela S 535 


Boone, Beverly L 


Bradshaw. James E 


Broghamer, Nancy K 508 


Browning, Sarah E 508 


Boone, Joseph W 414 


Bradt, Phyllis H.W, 415 


Brogh. Anne H 


Browning, William K 


Boone, Randi G 535 


Brady, Mary C 


Brohm, Edwin F 237,508 


Browning, William S 535 


Boone, Susan K 219,414 


Brady. Thomas C 


Brokaw. Paul F 


Browning, Willie E 


Boone. Susan K F 


Bragg, Carolyn S 


Bromback, Linda L 


Broyles, Hollis B 


Bootes. Robert D 


Bramblett. Luther S 301 


Bromback, William G 


Brucchien, Glenn M 


Bootes, Thomas R 


Bramblett. Phillip W 301.508 


Bromley, Terry L 508 


Bruce, Darlene A 487 


Booth, Allen D 


Bramel. Lynda C 487 


Bronn, James R 375,388.416 


Bruce. Peggy L 


Booth. Ivan P 535 


Bramlage. Frances E 354.508 


Bronson. Nancy M 535 


Brueggen, Gary S 


Boothe, Anne L, 535 


Brammell. Michael L 


Brooke. Ronald M 268 


Brumback, Julie A 


Boothe. Judith A 


Branaman, James S 508 


Brooke, Sandra J 


Brumback Marshall 


Boothe, Rosalee 508 


Branch. Julia G 


Brooks. Alice M 487 


Brumfield. Deborah J. 535 


Borden, Daniel U 316,487 


Branch. Mae M 


Brooks, Batty S 


Brumley. Bruce E 


Borders. Harold D 


Branch, Mary E 535 


Brooks, Dale S 487 


Brummett, Brady 416 


Borders, Harold 1 237 


Brand, Ann S 


Brooks, Frances L 


Bruner, Arble G Jr 


Borders, Jane A 


Brandenburg, Blaine W 


Brooks, Gary S, 


Brunetti, Theodora M 535 


Borders, Judy C 288,294,295, 


Brandenburg, Douglas 


Brooks, Harvey L 


Brunker, Charles S 245,487 


297,300,415 


Brandenburg, Kather.n 293 


Brooks, James H 228.230.233, 


Brunker. Gary F 


Bonn, John A 376,415 


Brandenburg. Larry K 508 


235.237 


Brunker. Mary J 359.508 


Boring, Elaine L 297,487 


Brandenburg. Sharon K 


Brooks, Jimmie L 


Brunsman. Gregory W 385 


Boring, Steven K 224,487 


Brandon, Gary A, 249 


Brooks, John G. 


Brussell. James L 


Borthen.Gill 223 


Branham, Blanche J 


Brooks, Martha M 


Brutscher, Thomas E 395,508 


Boschert, Mary G 564 


Branham, Donagene, 114,215,294, 


Brooks, Patricia A 416 


Bryan, Marvin H. 508 


Bosler, Christina M 278 


329,359,415 


Brooks, Robert 247,296 


Bryan, Timothy J. 535 


Bosley, Joseph G 


Branham, James E 


Brooks. Robert L 416 


Bryant, Benny L 


Bosse, Timothy J 415 


Branham, Tern L. 535 


Brooks, Thomas A 


Bryant, Charles L 


Bostic, Howard R Jr 535 


Branham, Tim E 


Brookshire, Linda A 


Bryant, Daniel E 


Bostick, Pamela K 300.487 


Branom. Cynthia A. 316,535 


Bros.us, Leslie C. 487 


Bryant, Daniel E 


Boston, Velinda S 205,293, 


Branson, John A 


Brothers, David L 


Bryant, Elizabeth C 535 


406.415 


Brant. Dennis L 


Brothers, Jo Ann 221 


Bryant. Elizabeth F 


Boswell. Jeffrey D 535 


Brashear. Brenda D 


Brotherton, Lois R 


Bryant, George C 238,242,244, 


Bothwell, FredW Jr 327.535 


Brashear. Charles G 


Broughton, Beverly A 535 


245,487 


Botner. Bobby R 


Brashear. Nora D 201.415 


Broughton, Linda S 219.224.362 


Bryant, Gregory K 


Bott. John E 


Brashear, Sherry 


Broughton, Patricia H. 


Bryant, James D 416 


Bottoms. Robert B 


Brashear. Stephen G 327 


Broughton. Stanley W 


Bryant. Larry M 


Botts, Guy S 


Braswell, Kathryn L 415 


Brown. Alice M 


Bryant, Paul E 


Bourne, Harold R 


Bratcher, Elizabeth M 


Brown 


Artie K 487 


Bryant, Richard S 


Bowe. Jess J 225,474 


Bratton, Linda L 


Brown 


Bartley R 416 


Bryant, Robert C 225,416 


Bowen, Allen P 508 


Braun, Deborah L 


Brown 


Ben F 


Bryant, Robert L 


Bowen. Darrell L 225,415 


Braun. Floyd P, 


Brown 


Billy G 290 


Bryant, Shannon 535 


Bowen, Joyce M 


Braun. June K 


Brown 


Bobby C 


Bryant, Sharan L 209,219,410 


Bowen, Linda M 


Braun, Kathleen M 


Brown 


Cathy S 416 


Bryant, Shelia R 535 


Bowen, Lonnie J 


Braun. Nancy D 


Brown 


Clennon R 


Bryant, Ted H, 


Bowen, Martha C.P 415 


Bray, Barbara A 487 


Blown 


Connie H 


Bryant, Virginia A. 


Bowen, Ronald L 508 


Bray. Dale W, 


Brown 


Deborah A, 535 


Bryson, Terr. A 416 


Bowen, Stephen S 535 


Bray, William C 


Brown 


Deborah J, 421 


Bubel, David R 225.416 


Bowen, Warren H 


Brecht. Suzanne 


Brown 


Debra J. 535 


Buchanan, James J 


Bowers, Dennis G 


Brecht, Thomas C, 


Brown 


Delores J, 508 


Buchanan, Janet L. 416 


Bowers, John C. 487 


Breeden, Hugh F 


Brown 


Dennis J 


Buchanan, Jo AT, 487 


Bowers, Stephanie K 487 


Breeden, Michael W, 


Brown 


Donna J, 487 


Buchanan, John L. 303,375,416 


Bowles. Brian L 301,415 


Breeding, Donny R 


Brown 


Dwight E 


Buchanan, Joseph M 535 


Bowles, Deborah A 535 


Breeding, Jerry V 


Brown 


Gary L 


Buchanan. Mary E 535 


Bowlin, Connie F 508 


Breeding, Jevetta R 535 


Brown 


Gary L 


Buche, Dennis W 


Bowlm, GlennaP 315,487 


Breeding, Robert B 


Brown 


Glenda M 


Bucher. Gary D. 


Bowlin, Wesley 


Breeze, Richard C 


Brown 


Helen 1 416 


Bucher. James A 


Bowling. Daniel A 


Bremer, Ronald C 


Brown 


Irvin A 


Bucher, Jane A 


Bowling. Donald W 535 


Breitenstein. Larry D 382,415 


Brown 


Jacque L 315,508 


Buchman, Robert G 


Bowling. Dottle S 480 


Breland, James D 218.415 


Brown 


Jacqueline S, 


Buck. Barbara A 


Bowling, Eldon M 


Brenda, Raymond O 487 


Brown 


James C 290.291,294,487 


Buck, James C 


Bowling, Herbert 


Brenda, William H 289,298,508 


Brown 


James R 416 


Buck, Kathenne R, 357 


Bowling, J Carleton 


Brennan, Daniel J. 225,415 


Brown 


Jeanette 


Buck, Lydia F. 508 


Bowling, Judy A 219 


Brennan. Frederick G 219.415 


Brown 


Jerry R 


Buckholz, Anne E.487 


Bowling, Kermitt R. 


Brennan. Grace M 


Brown 


JoeE 


Buckingham, Richard S 


Bowling, Larry D 


Brentzel. Stewart E 290.535 


Brown 


John D 


Buckingham, Tommie G. 


Bowling, Linda M 


Bresch. Karel E. 


Brown 


John W 416 


Buckler. William H. 


Bowling. Lynn A 415 


Bresch. Mary A 535 


Brown 


Judith 


Buckles. John L Jr 


Bowling, Rebecca J 487 


Bretner. Ronald C 508 


Brown 


Karen L 508 


Buckley, Nicholas R 508 


Bowling, Wayne 


Brewer, Brenda C. 535 


Brown 


Larry A 416 


Buckner, James 1 


Bowman, Donald A 


Brewer, Carl W. 474 


Brown 


Linda L 


Buckner, Rita E 


Bowman. Farrell D 


Brewer. Gary D 487 


Brown 


Lois J. 508 


Budinger, Rae M 508 


Bowman, Howard W 


Brewer, James B 


Brown 


Marilyn A 


Budke, Barbara A 487 


Bowman, Ida M 


Brewer, Janice 535 


Brown 


Mary J 


Buehner, James K 535 


Bowman, Jack Jr, 


Brewer, Larry K 


Brown 


Michael C 327.487 


Buemi. Dennis P 


Bowman, Jack V Jr 237,508 


Brewer, Nadine 1. 535 


Brown 


Michael L 


Bugg, David B 416 


Bowman, James R 


Brewer, Paul A, 328,508 


Brown 


Michael W, 535 


Bugg, Vicki G. 311,391,535 



586 INDEX &DIRECTORY/BIR-BUG 




After being found guilty, a group of coeds anxiously anticipate their sentences. 



uis, Michael A 

uis, Mildred 

uis, Peggy S 487 

uky, Deborah A. 535 

ulcher, Dorothy A 309,487 

ullard, James T. 

ullock, Debra L. 535 



, Judit 



a B 219,224.308.416 



unch, Ivan G. 

unch, Paula M 223,508 

undy, Earl C. 

undy, Eric R 564 

undy, Manann 223,294,295,359,508 

undy, VickiS. 

unker, Andrew L 

unker, Debra L 314,364 

unnell, David B. 

untin, Robert H 

urch, Alvm L 

urch. Nancy L. 311,508 

urch, William E. 535 

urchett, Barbara A 474 

urchfield, David R 

urckle. William P 

urdette, Anne K 487 

urdette, Jane T 535 

urdette, Janice O 309,357,487 

urdette, Mary J. 508 

urdme, David A. 272,375,487 

urgess, James M. 

urgess, Jeffery L 

urgess. Knstine, 535 

urgess, Ronald G. 289,508 



trgm. Lai 



, Joseph S. 
, Larry G. 

, Margaret A 



irke. Patricia Y 487 

irke, Polmer 

irke, Sherry L. 416 

irkett, Barry L. 364 

irkett, Gordon L 

irkett. Michael D. 

irkett, Patricia J.C. 

irkhart, Patrick B. 508 

irkhart, Steven C 

irkhart. Suzanne R 314,354/ 

irkhead, Ann L 487 

irkhead, Stuart D 508 

irks, Bonnie J. 

irks. Janet R 508 

irks, Michael A. 509 

irleson, Jacquelyn 535 

irnam. Coy H 535 

imell, Jason C. 

irness, Jean A 

irnett, Donald K 

irnett, Eugene 

irnett, Mary C 

irnett, Reba C 

irnett, Richard B 

irnett, Roy A. 509 



ns. Peggy 






ns, Richard A 


380 


rns, Sara A 


535 


ns, Stephe 


n D 




ns. Wtllian 


i E. 


564 


rns, Wilhan 


lT. 


50'J 


rr. Molly W 


. 




res. Lester 


. c. 


351,376,474 


rns, David 


R. 




ns, Donald L 




ns. James 


S.J 


r. 535 


ns. Rober 


C. 


509 



Burton. Billy H 


Butler, Stephen A 613 


Burton, Billy J 238,244,245.487 


Butler, Wendell P. 123 


Burton, Brenda S 487 


Butler, William D 418 


Burton. Carolyn S 


Butters. Nancy L 418 


Burton, Clarice J 200,216,224,309 


Buzek, Michael M. 


Burton. Daniel W 


Byars, Irvine M. Ill 


Burton, Donald W 509 


Byrd. Dennis W 


Burton, Jerry 1 D 290 


Bvrd. Hugh M 225 


Burton, John B 326,535 


Byrd. Josephus 


Burton, John L 330 


Byrdwell, Kenneth R 


Burton. Joseph C 


Byrnes. James M 


Burton, Judy K 


Byrnes. Marguerite A 


Burton, Lerrame 416 


Byron, Frank L III 


Burton, Phyllis A 


Byrum, Joyce L 359,480 


Burton, Ronnie K 290 




Burton. Shernll L 301,305.487 


C 


Burton. Terry A 




Buschemeyer, Elizabeth 


Cable. Brenda F 509 


Busdieker. Earl E 


Cabral, Wayne E 


Bush, Barbara J 


CADUCEUSCLUB 302 


Bush, Barry L. 487 


Cady, Walter J. Ill 


Bush, Betsy L. 


Cahill, John T. Jr 487 


Bush, Beverly D 


Cain, Brenda A 418 


Bush, Hermans. 138 


Cam, Devon 


Bush, Marshall L. 237 


Cam, Gordon Jr 


Bush, Oscar F. 


Cain, James W 


Bush. Sharon S 


Cain, Karen Lee 


Bussell. B. Bryan 509 


Cain, Larry D. 


Bussell. Dealva Jr 


Cain. Michael 270,509 


Bussell, James G 


Cairns, Robert H 509 


Butcher, Jennie L. 


Caldwell, Alvm 


Butcher, Rosanne 354.416 


Caldwell, Darla G 


Butcher. Thomas N 


Caldwell, Duane S 


Butcher. Wanda M 


Caldwell, Jackie E 535 


Butler, Brenda J 416 


Caldwell, John K 


Butler, Dave 376 


Caldwell, Mary S 


Butler, Donald T. 


Caldwell, Onan C. 474 


Butler, Doretta J.D. 


Caldwell, Pamela L 


Butler, Hank 


Caldwell, Sammy G. 535 


Butler, Kathleen J. 353 


Caldwell, William R. 328 


Butler, Larry J. 535 


Calico. Connie I 


Butler, Lelan. 316.418 


Calico. Patricia E 300.364.487 


Butler, Mary A 


Calimeri, Joseph J, 303.418 


Butler, Robert A 


Calkin. Daniel W. 535 


Butler, Stanley M 


Calkins. Paul N 418 



, James M 253.509 



Callender, Stepha 
Call. ban, Beverly 
Calloway, Charles 
Calvert, Christine 

Cambron, Denis £ 



Can 

Can 

Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 

Campbel 
Campbel 

Campbel 

Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 

Campbel 

Campbel 



. Cha 



Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 
Campbel 



Christopher 509 
Danny R. 
David L 

Deborah A. 535 
Deborah J 418 
Dennis W. 509 
Diane 487 
Eddie N 418 
Eulene535 



Gardn 



' W. 



Jan 



j M. 



Jerry W 290 
JohnC 

Judith a 

Larry J 487 
Leslie J- 535 
Linda K. 487 
Mike E 419 



Campbell, Paul A Jr, 
Campbell, 



Rocky L 535 
Roger D 
Stephen G 536 
Susan E. 536 
Susan F. 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/BUI-CAM 587 



Campbell. Tommy D. 487 


Cass. II, Arthur D 382.486 


Campbell. Vanessa G 509 


Cass.ty. Carol E 


Campbell, Walter M. 


CATALINA CLUB 314 


Campo, Frank 


Castegnaro. Mary A. 419.509 


Candler. Catherine M 487 


Castegnaro. Sandra K 


Candv. Bonnie S 


Castle. Cheryl L 


Canfield. Margaret E 


Castle. Earl L 


Cannon. William E 


Castle, James L 


Cantrall, Roy S 


Castle, Johnny M 509 


Cantrell. Gloria A 


Castle, Juletta F 


Cantrell. Robert J 419 


Castle, Marc D 


Cantrill, Debra K 487 


Castle, Roger D 536 


Capps. Richard M 


Caswell. Janet E 293.488 


Carbone. Carol A 


Cates. Arnold R 509 


Cardweli. Janice L 536 


Cathers. Henry E 


Carey. Brenda A 


Catich. Barbara 1 474 


Carey. Glenn 157 


Cat.nna, Cher. L 


Carey. Margaret M 


Catlett. Daryl L. 536 


Carey, Ruth A 509 


Catlett. Elizabeth J 536 


Carey. Velma J 487 


Catlett. Larry D 


Carleton. Cathy C. 536 


Catlett. Phyllis W 


Carlm. V.ctonanne M 


Catlett. Sarah K 


Carlson. Gayle E 


Caton. L.nda S 480 


Carlton. Dieter R, 330.509 


Catron. Donald J 


Carman. Gerald W 419 


Catron. Verena E 488 


Carman, Terry W 


Caudill. Aaron M 509 


Carmichael, Kenneth R 218.303.419 


Caudill. Annella J 


Carmickle. Ann B 536 


Caudill. Bobbie J. 295.536 


Carmicle. D.ana C 509 


Caudill. Conley 


Carmody, Michael W 


Caudill. Dannie 


Carnahan. James G 536 


Caudill. Florence C 


Carneal. Samuel D 


Caud.ll. Gary W 


Carnes, Barbara B. 


Caudill, Gregory A 510 


Carnes. Barry L 536 


Caudill, Jimmy A 


Carnes. Carolyn J 303.487 


Caudill. Judith A 510 


Carnes. Christine M. 419 


Caud.ll. Marc.aC 510 


Carnes. Jo Ann 487 


Caudill, Paul D 


Carnes. Margaret W 509 


Caud.ll. Rhonda C 


Carnes. Stephen R 


Caud.ll. Roger D 


Carney. Daniel J 


Cauley. James E 539 


Carney. Jane R 


Causey. Darren 


Carney. Monty D 391 


Causey, Donald W 536 


Carney. Robert M 


Cavalier, Jo A 293.310.488 


Carney. Vickey L 93.315.509 


Cave, Arl.e G. 


Carnvale. Edward M 237,375 


Cave, Elizabeth A 


Carpenter. Barry D. 487 


Cawood, Constance V 


Carpenter. Bruce M 


Cays. Brenda L 


Carpenter. Danny W 


Cayton, Larry T 289,298,510 


Carpenter. David K 


Cayton, Peggy A 


Carpenter. Dav.d M 419 


Caywood Mar. on J 419 


Carpenter. Gregory L 296 


Cecil. Charles M 330.488 


Carpenter. Janice 


Cecil. Donald F 


Carpenter, Jasper 487 


Cec.l. John R 330.488 


Carpenter. Linda L 


Cec.l. Kathy J 31 1 


Carpenter. Patricia L 


Center. Durward R 419 


Carr. David P 419 


Center. John T 488 


Carr, Deborah L 


Centers. Brenda L 


Carr, Elizabeth R 


Chadwell. Beverly A 536 


Carr. Gloria T 300,419 


Chadwell. Christine M 329.536 


Carr. Maurice E 


Chadwell, Dav.d C 536 


Carr. Patr.cia A 


Chadwell, Dav.d G 


Carr, Raymond L 380 


Chadwell. J. mm. e 419 


Carr, Susan J 509 


Chadwell. Michael D 536 


Carrender. Barry D 


Chaff. n. Dav.d W 419 


Carnco. Carol A 


Chaffm. David W 


Carrico. Francis J. 328.396.487 


Chaffin, Lillie D 


Carnngton, Douglas L 


Chaff.ns. Gary D 


Carroll, Bonnie J 


CHAMBER CHOIR 318 


Carroll. Herbert K 


Chamberlain. Hannah R 


Carroll. John w 385.419 


Chamberla.n, Linda C 304.419 


Carroll. Keith F 292.488 


Chamberlain. Peggy B 


Carroll. Melvyn D 


Chamberlain. Thomas G 


Carroll. Susan L 509 


Chambers, Patr.cia 


Carroll. Willa A F 


Chambers, Tom J 329.357 


Carruba. Ruth E 395,509 


Chambers, Wallace 232.237 


Carson, Jeffrey A 536 


Champion, Margaret C 301 


Carter. Ann K. 536 


Chandler, Barbara LB 419 


Carter 


Charles M 509 


Chandler. Dusty L 536 


CJ'te. 


Cheryl L 536 


Chanev. Dennis W 536 


Carter 


David K 


Chaney, Jerry 


Carter 


Diana J 419 


Chaney. Larry 419 


Carter 


Nathanael E 509 


Chaney. Phyllis G 


Carter 


Ralph D 


Chanev. Sarah K. 536 


Carter 


Robert E 536 


Chaney. Wendell T. 385.488 


Carter 


Ronald D 509 


Chang, Anna P 


Carter 


Roseanna L. 419 


Chanley. Jay H 253,292.419 


Carter 


Theresa A. 


Chaplin. Carl D 488 


Carter 


Venora E 536 


Chaplin. Donna S 510 


Carter 


Veronica L 


Chapman. Allan R 


Cartwright. Barbara J 393 


Chapman. Dewey E 


Cartwright. Rebecca L 300488 


Chapman. Linda L 329,330,486 


Carver, Ottis W Jr 


Chapman, Michael T 419 


Caryer. Emerson L 


Chapman, Roy L 


Casada, Roger W 419 


Chapman, Stanley W. 419 


Case. Phyllis G 


Charles, Glenna S 


Case. Richard A 509 


Charleston, Charles K 266.267 


Casey. Eugene J 


Charmoli. Jo Ann 419 


Casey. Jacpueline D 419 


Chase. Carmen G 359.376.419 


Casey. Judy C 364.509 


Chase. Jerald L 


Casey. Michael A 536 


Chase, Nina 331.488 


Casey. Phyllis J 536 


Chasteen. Leslie E 


Cash. Claudinnia B 


Chasteen. R.ck 488 


Cash. Donald L 


Chasteen. Steven A. 510 


Cash. Kathenne 1. 


Chatfield. Marilyn H. 


Cash. Ronnie D 


Chatfield. Rausel L 


Cason. Jean A. 509 


Cheek. Carrie M 311.480 


Cassel. Carolyn 536 


Cheek, James A 536 


Cassid 


3y, Rhonda L 


Cheek, Robert L 




Kristi Williams signs in McGregor Hall on registration day. 



CHEERLEADERS 295 


Clark. James C 420 


Clevenger, William R 


Chelf, Jacqueline G 


Clark, James M 


Clevmger, Delores J 488 


CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 161 


Clark. James R 


Clevinger. Ruby G 536 


Chenault, Thomas D 510 


Clark. James R. 


Click. Danny W 


Chenault, William F 488 


Clark, Jenny L.T. 


Click. Robert O 


Cherne, Andrea L. 419 


Clark. John H 


Clifford. Lowell J 


Chesher, Jerry B 


Clark. John R Jr 420 


Clifford, Timothy W. 536 


Chesnut. Ruth A 


Clark. Johnnie S 


Clifton, Gary F 


Chesser. L.nda L 420 


Clark. Karens. 510 


Clifton. Jack A 


Chestnut. Deborah E 488 


Clark. Kenneth L. 536 


Clifton. Raymond L 


Chia. Robin T 474 


Clark. Kent B. 536 


Cl.fton. Teresa A 316.510 


Childers. David F 420 


Clark. Leisa L. 536 


Cl.ne. Deborah L 309.420 


Childers, Dorothy M.H. 


Clark. Michael W 488 


Cline. Jacob P 


Childers. Harold D 


Clark. Murray B Jr 


Cl.ne. Mary M 


Childers. Lloyd H 


Clark, Nathaniel 


Cline. Randolph M 536 


Childers, Martha A 293 


Clark. Nora L 420 


Cloud. JuannaS. 


Childers, Mary L, 488 


Clark. Phyllis A. 


Clouse, Stephen L 536 


Childers, Richard D 420 


Clark. Ralph L. 


Clouse. William G Jr 


Childers. William H 


Clark. Robert E 


Clutterbuck, Owen L 376,488 


Childress. Janet S. 


Clark. Ronald B 372.536 


Coakley, Robert L 


Chilton. Penny C 


Clark. Sara P. 


Coalt, Daniel J. 488 


Chilton. Wayne T. 


Clark. Sharon M 536 


Coate, Christy K. 362.420,427 


CHI OMEGA 336,358.359 


Clark. Steven W 420 


Coate. Melame E 


Ch.sholm, Deborah L. 


Clark, Susan E. 510 


Coates. Randy L 


Chism, Linda L 


Clark. Vada 


Coates. TereseM 564 


Ch.ttum. Terry R. 293.488 


Clark. V.cki A 


Coatney, Dana L 510 


Chr.sman. Evelyn L 488 


Clarke. Marcia B 536 


Coatney, Ronald K. 536 


Chrisman. Joy L 


Clarke. Rosemary 536 


Cobb. Donna C. 


Chr.sman, W.llard L 


Claunch. Trudy J 480 


Cobb. Ramona L 


Christian, James D 


Clawson, Kenneth 129 


Cobb. Sarah M 489 


Chnst.an, Rebecca A. 536 


Claxon, Lanny S 


Cobb, Shirley A 391 


Christian, R.chard L 237 


Clay, Gary S 


Coblentz, Robert E 


CHRISTIAN STUDENT 


Clay. Minnie L 


Coblentz, William D. 


FELLOWSHIP 394 


Clay. Valer.aS.C. 


Coblin. William G Jr. 420 


Christie, Melvin R 


Clay. Yvonne E 360,420 


Coburn. Gwendolyn 353.489 


Chrouser. Alfred J. Jr 


Clayton. David N 


Cocanougher. E. Jane 


Chumley. Donald R. 


Clayton, John R 


Cocanougher. Elizabeth 353 


Chumley. Franklin D 


Clayton, Michael A 305,488 


Cocanougher. LaRue 129 


Chung, In Sung 536 


Clayton. Noel D. 420 


Cocanougher. Paul D. 


Churchill. AnneC 536 


Claytor. Joann 1 


Cochran. Brenda J 


CIRCLE K 290 


Cleaver. Dav.d W 


Cochran. Teresa L 536 


Clancy. Rebecca F 314.510 


Cleaver, Patr.cia A. 536 


Cockerham. Samuel T. 489 


Clapp, Sandra K. 298.331.510 


Clem, Jesse D. 


Codell, Anna L 


Clardy. Donald B. 


Clement. Micheal T. 


Coen. Timothy M 385 


Clare. Bonita S. 536 


Clements, Christine K. 362 


Coffey. Alfred 


Clare. Dianne L. 510 


Clements. James S 


Coffey. George W 


Clare. Mary E. 420 


Clements, John R 510 


Coffey. Thomas H Jr 


Clark, Alan M. 488 


Clements, Marion K 303 


Coffield. Charles R. 


Clark. Ann Q 


Clemmons, Norma J 391.510 


Coffman. Lois 


Clark, Brenda G 359.510 


demons. Bessie E 536 


Cogswell, Carolyn J 


Clark. Carolyn J 510 


Clemons. Earl D 420 


Cohel.a, Richard D 289.298.420 


Clark. David H 420 


Clemons. Elizabeth A 420 


Colbenson. Dora R 311.480 


Clark. Dreama L 


Clendenen, Patr.cia A. 536 


Cold.ron. Ralph A. 237,347 


Clark. Elijah 


Clensy. Vicki L. 536 


Cole, Barbara D 536 


Clark. El.zabeth A 420 


Cleveland. Druc.lla W. 536 


Cole. Betty L. 


Clark, Frank E. 


Cleveland. Larry W 380,506.510 


Cole. Charles W 


Clark, Harold R. 420 


Clevenger. Roger L 536 


Cole. Dav.d H 



588 INDEX & DIRECTORY CAM-COL 



Cole. Ella J 564 
Cole. Evelyn B 316,360.489 
Cole. Gilliam L. 489 
Cole, James B 
Cole, Luther G 
Cole. Thomas C- 610 
Colehour, Charles H 249 
Colehour. Grant E. 
Coleman. Benny D- 510 
Coleman. Carolyn M. 536 
Coleman. Charles E. 
Coleman. David B 
Coleman. D.anna L 400,510 



Colerr 

Col.-n 



I Y W 219,224.300, 



Coleman. Stephen W 
Coleman. Walter 327,510 
Colgan, Teresa L. 311,536 
Colglazier. Jack K 326,328.510 
COLLEGE REPUBLICANS 298 
COLLEGIATE DEMOCRATS 291 
COLLEGIATE PENTACLE 224 



:t. Jim W 



ett 


Joyce L 510 
Richard G 536 
Thomas 
CharleneS. 510 
Jerry V Jr. 


e- 


Margaret A 
Patricia A. 


ins 


Barbara D 


Ins 


Brenda F 



ns. Jo Anne 

ns, Kaihleen A 305.353.420 

ns. Kenneth A 249.536 

ns, Larry W 510 

ns, Lois A. 



, Margaret L 

, Robert E. 370 

, Rodney P. 

.Steven W. 212,376,420 

, Violet E 510 

, William M. 489 

r, Linda M 354 
Colson, Jean E 510 
Colston, Donna K 310,312 
Columbia, Barbara J. 
Coiville. David E 
Colvm. Judith A 420 
Colvin, Ted L 301,489 



Col\ 



r. Jerald L. 



Combest, James E 

Combs, Angela L 

Combs, Betty C 

Combs. Byron F 

Combs. Charles C 

Combs, Charlotte A 293.489 

Combs, Danny L 

Combs, David L. 376 

Combs, Deborah K. 

Combs, Diana L. 536 

Combs, Donald G. 250 

Combs, Earle 123 

Combs, Elec D. 

Combs. Emery W. 

Combs. Gary G. 510 

Combs, Gregory S. 265,510 

Combs, Harold R. 

Combs, lantha S 

Combs. James B 

Combs. Jerald F. 302,420 

Combs, John D. 255 

Combs, Joyce E 51 1 

Combs, Judith L. 311,536 

Combs, Kathryn J.K.420 

Combs, Martha L 

Combs, Patrick D. 420 

Combs, Ramona J. 511 

Combs. Ruphenia S. 

Combs. Ruth 536 

Combs, Sandra M. 

Combs, Thomas D Jr. 536 

Combs. William E. 

Comer, Charles W. 

Commons, Sandra J 360,420 

COMMUNITY CONCERT 

SERIES 64 
Compton, John I. 536 
Compton, Larry F 305,421 
Compton, Laura J. 
Compton, Mary H.J. 217,304,421 
Conatser. Mildred S. 
CONCERT BAND 320 



Condreva, Janet L 536 
Congleton. Jerry G. 
Conkwnght, Arthur B. 
Conkwright, James M 
Conley. Barbara A 
Conley, Danise 
Conley, Leeda 



Con 



, Low 



Conley, Mary J. 

Conley, M.mia J. 489 

Conley, Patricia M. 

Conley. Rex W. 

Conlin, Martin T. 

Connelly, Helen B. 

Connelly. Thomas F Jr. 

Conner, Larry C. 316,387.489 

Conner, Lmdsey S. Jr. 

Conner, Sheryl A. 302,511 

Conner, Steven J. 511 

Connett, Leslie J. 294,536 

Connolley, Alfred C 421 

Connors, Raymond P 474 

Conover, Deora L. 

Conrad. Dav.d A. 327.536 

Conrad, James T 

Conrad. Kathryn J 297.304.421 

Conrad, Sharon R 

Conrad, Terry A 289,298.511 

Conrad, Vera D. 536 

Conroy. Catharine J. 536 

Come, Anita M 511 

Conte. Scottye H. 421 

Conway, Dwight A. 511 

Conway, Jack L 536 

Conway. Michael J. 

Conway. Peter J 489 

Conway. William M. 489 

Conyers, Larry B 380.511 

Cook. Brenda T 

Cook. Charles E 

Cook. Charles P. 

Cook, Charles R Jr. 

Cook, Cheryl W 312,489 

Cook, Donald R 536 

Cook. Edward W 

Cook. FayeE. 511 

Cook. Frederick J. 



Coo 



, Hen 



Cook, John S. 
Cook, Larry 255 
Cook. Melissa J. 
Cook, Morns, S. 536 
Cook. Natalie 357,388 
Cook, Richard W 237 
Cook. Ronald W 
Cook. Ronnie W. 
Cook, Wallace G. 
Cook. William P 
Cooley, James M. 
Coomer, Larry K 536 
Cooney, John A Jr 
Coontz. Douglas H Jr 380,51 1 
Coop. Roy W 489 
Cooper. Arlene B 208 
Cooper, David D 219,51 1 
Cooper. Deborah K. 
Cooper, Jeanne L 391,421 
Cooper, John C. 167 
Cooper, John H. Jr. 537 
Cooper. Karen A 537 
Cooper, Karen L 
Cooper, Kathaleen 
Cooper, Kerry A 489 
Cooper, Linda K 223,308,511 
Cooper, Michael L 537 
Cooper, Sue A- 537 
Cooper. Virginia F 
Cooper. Wayne H 
Copass, Freddie G. 
Copeland, Jackie K 480 
Copes. Kenneth L 310 
Copley. Gary B. 537 
Copley, R.F. Jr. 
Coppage. Ralph E t- 
Cooper, Lynn D 537 
Corbett, James R 537 
Cordell, Jo F. 
Cordell.OtisW 
Cordier, John T. 421 
Cordoves, Rafael A 
Corey, Judy L. 
Cords, John H.422 
Corman, Shannon B 
Cormney, Cheryl C. 
Cormney, Larry C. 537 
Cornacchio, Alfred M 382,422 
Cornelison, Robert W 
Cornelius, Charles K. 
Cornelius. Melva A. 312.489 
Cornett, Charlotte A 511 
Cornett. Chester A. 
Cornett, Clayton D 
Cornett, Colin K. 
Cornett, David C Jr 
Cornett. Dennis L 
Cornett. Diana C 489 
Cornett. Dortha L 
Cornett, Douglas K 489 



Cornett. Ford B 


Cracraft, Carole A 


Croxton. Kathy R 538 


Cornett, Hiram J 


Cracraft. Frank S 538 


Cruciotti. Richard F 


Cornett, Howard D 301,537 


Craddock, Shern A 


Cruey. Michael G 


Cornett. James M 


Craft. Bemiece R 


Crumbaker, Rebecca L 


Cornett. JeannetteG 


Craft, Betty A 


Crumble. James L 


Cornett. Jimmie A 


Craft. Brenda C 


Crump. Bruce 


Cornett. Johnny D 489 


Craft, Brenda K 304,364.490 


Cruse. Betty J 297.331.538 


Cornett, Kenneth 537 


Craft. Clyde 149 


Cruse. Carolyn G 


Cornett. Lenn 


Craft. Dave L 


Cruse. Cheryl A 538 


Cornett. Linda E B 422 


Craft. Donna G. 


Cruse. Clarence R 


Cornett. Rebecca Jane 359.422 


Craft. James D 


Cruse. Claudia C 295.315.538 


Cornett, Roy M 


Craft, John N 423 


Cruse. Jeffrey G 


Cornett. Russell G 511 


Craft. Lillian E 


Cruse. Lowell T 


Cornett. Sandra S 


Craft, Martha SM 423 


Cruse. Vickie R 


Cornett. Sherrill B 


Craft. Norma S 294.295,490 


Crusort, Marion L 


Cornett. Shirley K. 


Craft, Rex R 511 


Culbertson. Bill Y 


Cornett. Stanley N 


Craft, Teresa A. 


Culbertson, James A 


Cornett. Stephen D 327 


Craig, Charles S 


Cullen, Carolyn J 512 


Cornette. Benjamin W 


Craig. James E. 51 1 


Cullen. Deborah C 


Cornette. Brenda C 489 


Craig, Jess G. 


Cullen. Michael R. 323.424 


Cornette. F L 


Craig, Jon M 490 


Culver. Deana J 


Cornette. Janet E 


Craig, Kenneth R 


Cumber. Jerry W. 


Cornwell. Patricia M 489 


Craig, Marty A 


Cumber, Toy A S 


Coronado, Regma B 


Craig, Sheila K. 480 


Cummins, Danny E 538 


Correll, Elmer E 


Cram. Charlotte F 331,490 


Cummins. Earl C 


Cosby. Betty S 51 1 


Cram. Donna H. 538 


Cummins, Garlan M 


Cosby. Judith R 489 


Cramer. Kent C 


Cummins. Jackson L 424 


Cosby. Linda Kathryn 422 


Cramond, Wendy G 538 


Cummins. Janet K 512 


Cosby. Marsha K 


Crass, Valerie E 


Cummins. Linda O 



Cosby, Mary K 537 

Cosby, Oliver W 

Costas. George J 537 

Costine. Jane A 537 

Cothron. David R 

Cotten. Margaret B 106.110.293, 

372,489 
Cotteng.m, Elizabeth 
Cotton. Martha C 
Cottongim, Betty S M 
Cottongim, Sandra J 511.537 
Cottrell, Michael E 



Coucl 



I R 



COUNTER GUERILLA 

RAIDER COMPANY 327 
Courtney. Kerry L 511 
Courts. Glenn L 

Covelle. Kathleen A 295.407,511 
Covey. JuneC. 
Covington, Billy J 
Covington, Delia M 118 
Cowan, James M 330,538 
Cowan, Sue E. 538 
Cowden, Paul J 
Cowley, Stephen A 
Cowman, Mark F 326.532,538 
Cox, Alma J 
Cox, Anne K 
Cox, Betty C 
Cox. Bobby G 
Cox. Brenda K 538 



s J. 1 .' 



Cox, Chai 

Cox, Charles L 

Cox, Connie K. 

Cox, Craig 422 

Cox, Daniel W 538 

Cox, Deborah L 

Cox, Delphia M 

Cox, Gary L 489 

Cox, Jacquelin B. 422 

Cox, James D. 225 

Cox. James H 

Cox. James M 422 

Cox, Janice M 511 

Cox. KathenneH. 353.511 

Cox, Kenneth E Jr 

Cox, Larry E. 538 

Cox, Linda Sue 360,422 

Cox, Margaret L. 314,511 

Cox. NonaB. 538 

Cox. Norman Robert 301,423 

Cox, Patricia A 310,312.511 

Cox. Patsy A 538 

Cox. R. Schley 221.403 

Cox. Sally K 538 

Cox, Teresa C. 490 

Cox. Tony 364 

Cox. Tyler D 286.296.380. 

388,506,511 
Coy. Elizabeth J. 423 
Coyle. James A 
Coyle. John M 370 
Coyle. Kenneth W. 
Coyle. Sharon E 538 
Coyle. Wade H 538 
Coyle, William M 
Crabb, Marlene 300,423 
Crabtree, Betty S 
Crabtree, Deborah A 
Crabtree, Karl W 538 
Crabtree, Larry R 
Crabtree, Naomi J 
Crabtree. Ralph M 
Crace. Mabel C 511 
Crace. William A 
Cracraft, Carlos H. 423 



Craven. David P 370,388,490 

Crawford, Ethel 
Crawford. Georgia A. 538 
Crawford. James C 423 
Crawford. Lawrence 511 
Crawford. Linda K 
Crawford. Martha T 223.359.51 1 
Crawford, Nancy S 
Crawford, Ralph 
Crawford, Shirley L. 480 
Crawford. Ted 
Crawley, JanieC. 511 
Craycraft, Kenneth L 
Craynon, John E 
Creamer, Eff.e 309 
Creech, Michael B 538 
Creed. Deborah E 423 
Creed, Jeffrey K 
Creed, Wanda J 353.423 
Creek, Joyce K 
Creek. Robert 305 
Creger. Kathleen L 395.490 
Cress, Nona L 
Creusere, Frederick M, 
Creutzinger, Michael 376.423 
Crews, Brenda F. 423 
Crews, Sharon A 54.362.506.51 1 
er, Walter 8 
JimmieW. 

tder, Kenneth D 

ider, Paul D. 

gler, Harry S. 

gler. Sandra K 423 

gler. Shirley L 

sler, Steven P 
sp, Bonnie J. 424 
sp, Catherine B 
sp. Norman H 
Thomas L 



-II. Ak 



i J. Jr. 



ill, Lydia F 511 

ill, Mabel R 
Cr.tchfield, Patricia 
Cnttendon. Glenn 424 
Crockett, Joel A 474 
Crockett. Michael R 
Croley, Jenny L. 538 
Croley, Kenneth H. Jr 
Croley, Roscoe 
Croley, Sandra K. 223 
Cronenwett. Roxie R 1 19.511 
Cropper, Paula J 512 
CROSSCOUNTRY 248 249 
Cross, James H 
Cross. Sheridan L. 490 
Crossfield, Daryl E 290.538 
Crossfield. Donna F. 490 
Crossfield. Joyce A. 474 
Crossfield, William R. 424 
Crossley, Robert F 
Crothers. Carl M 538 
Crotty. Carol A 
Crotty, James M 
Crouch. Earl T 367 
Crouch. Hazel Elaine 424 
Crouch. James C 
Crouch. Larry K. 
Crouch. Mell W Jr 490 
Croucher, Margaret M 490 
Croucher. Sherrill K 424 
Croucher. Susan A 512 
Croudep. James T. 237 
Crouse. Barbara F 
Crouse. Joseph L Jr 
Crow. B.II.eK 353.512 
Crowe. Dougals L 298.490 
Crowley. Nancy S. 



Cummins, Mary S 

Cummins, Philip 424 

Cummins, Phillip S. 538 

Cummins, Ruby J 

Cummins. Terry H 216 

Cundiff. Connie R 490 

Cundiff, Kerry D 

Cundiff. Pauline P 

Cundiff. Sandra L 

Cundiff . Terrance W 

Cunningham. Clinton E 

Cunningham. David M 512 

Cunningham, John F 

Cunningham. Judy A 295,538 

Cunningham, Madge W 

Cunningham. Stephen L 

Cupp. Berry M 347.424 

Cupp, Deborah T 295.364.388.512 

Cupp. Jimmy R. 538 

Curhs. JohnW 490 

Curbs. Joseph B 

Curran, Brenda D 538 

Curran. DennisC 538 

Current. Karen A 539 

Curry, Deborah L 

Curry. Glen M 

Curry, James P 



Curl 



eW. 



. Jill! 



Curry, Larry L 424 
Curry, Robert G 298.539 
Curtis, Alice A 311,539 
Curtis, Barbara E 424 
Curtis, Carolyn D 364 



Curt 



Curtis. Linda S 481 
Curtis, Taffie J 539 
Curtis, Theodore R 474 
Curtsinger, Ann G 512 
Custis. David R 330,512 
Cutl.p, Greg F 539 
Cwans. Cathy 221 
Cwans, James 221 
CWENS 223 



Dade, Willie S 223 
Dado. Larry J. 424 
Daffron. Annette S 
Daffron, Lewis M Jr 
Dafler. Margaret A 314.539 
Dakel. Mary C 310.359,490 
Dale, Linda R 
Daley, Carmen K 
Dalton, Anna M 
Dalton, Roy L. 539 
Dalton, Sharon G 539 
, Danny K 



Dan 



.She 



i K 



Damron. Ronald D 424 
Dane. Roger C 
Daniel, Ina E 
Daniel, Jennifer A. 539 
Daniel, Nancy S. 
Daniel, Robert 490 
Daniel, Ronald T 
Daniel, Vernon 
Daniel. William C 539 
Daniels, Mark W. 512 
Daniels, Richard W 539 
Daniels. Robert A 
Danielson. Thomas H 490 
Dano, Kathleen L 
Dansby. Jane L 512 
Danson. Charles J. 539 
Oarby. Michael J 
Darenkamp. Diane C 314.539 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/COL DAR 589 



Dargavell, Robert A 
Darland, Michael E 512 
Darlington, Robert T 
Darnell, Judith A. 308,512 
Darrow, Robert 
Darst, David O. 393,539 
Daugherty, Donna A 
Daughertv. Donna K 512,539 
Daugherty, Douglas B 388,424 
Daughertv, Hayward M 265 
Daugherty, Larry E. 
Daugherty, Nancy D 481 
Daugherty, Robert E. 
Daugherty, Thornton E 
Daugherty, Vicki L R. 
Daunhauer, Ronald W. 512 
Davenport, Catherine 
Davenport, Glenda L. 512 
Davenport, John D. 292,51 2 



Kh 



, Den 



. M 



,/idson, Jeanette E 
/idson, LynnS 490 

, Marbeth A. 512 
^idson, Patricia J 424 

, Paul D 
•idson, Philip E. 
L/idson, Roberta W 

n, Ronald L 255.512 
n, Sarah F 
•idson, Shen L 
,/idson, Taylor L Jr 

n W III 388,512 
nyj 424 
:e H 490 
inS 
, Calvin W. 539 

)rl D. 474 
, Carol A 474 
ol L. 362 
olynT 539 
irlotte A. 539 
ist.an L 539 
, Christina L 539 
, DaleM- 512 
. David L- 539 
is J 512 

, Gloria J 

, Harley C 

^ardS Jr 219 
, Hugh C 

.es J. 512 

ice L.C 
, Jennie Y 
, Johnny W 
, Kathleen E. 512 
. Kathy W 

neth R 
, K.rk W 
. K.tty Y 
, La Java N. 539 

rry 424 
, Lea M 
, Leslie A. 539 
, Loretta S 
, Mary A 490 
, Michael T 

tie R. 291,490 

aG 539 

i D. 539 
, Rebecca N 315,424 
, Robert E 
. Roy E. 

/ W 

;, Sandra K 539 
, Sylvia S 219,490 
;, Wilbert D. Jr. 
,, William E 



Davy, Mark F 

Davy, Mary C. 

Davy, Paul C. 424 

Dawalt, Johnny B 301,424 

Dawkins, James W. 

Dawkins. Peter R 

Daws. Anne P. 

Dawson, Barron G. 539 

Dawson, Charles J 249 

Dawson, Dan P. 

Day, Beatrice R 

Day, Georgia 539 

Day, James L. 424 

Day, James R 

Day, James S. 

Day, Keith 490 

Day, Ronald H 

Day, Ronald R 247,539 

Deane, Daniel R. 185 

DeBell. Evelyn R 490 

DeBord, Randy L. 

DeBruler, Vernon R. 539 

DeChinco, Joseph W. 290 

Del-loop, Cornells F. 540 

DeHoop, W.este 134 

DeJaco. Fredrick J 

DeJaco, Mary J 540 

OeJarnette, Cathy J. 540 

DeLaney, Victor G. 



DeLott, Paul 265.540 

DeRonde, Chenlynn S 221 ,354 

DeRosset, Edward D. 

DeSloover, Raymond F 

DeToma, Mark A. 

Dean, Beverly W 

Dean, Glenda C 

Dean. James A 490 

Dean, Melvm W 

DEAN OF ADMISSIONS 130 

DEAN OF MEN 131 

DEAN OF WOMEN 131 

Deatherage, Belinda R 

Deatherage, William E. 490 

Deaton, Gilbert 490 

Deaton, Judith G. 268,564 

Deaton, Michael L. 539 

Deats, Linda G 539 

Deck, John M. 139 

Decker, Barbara S 540 

Decker. Daniel M 

Decker, John P. 

Decker, Laymon D 

Deeb, Michael K 490 

Deely. Donna J 

Deely, Ph. lip L 

Deenng, Angela R 512 

Dees. Patricia A 490 

Deglow, Richard L 512 

DelAmo, Graciela E 424 

DelCastillo, Maria L 

Delaney, Angela C 540 

Delaney, Gary 424 

Delaney, Jams C 424 

Delaney. Michael H 

Delaney, Sandra S 

Delaney, Susan M 

Delduca, Deborah A 315,512 

Delgado, Marta A 

Delph. Arhe 490 

DELTA SIGMA THETA 337, 

360,361 
DELTA UPSILON 334-335.371 

BICYCLE MARATHON 94 
DeMicheal, Douglas P 
Demko, Patricia L 540 
Demrow. Amil D 367.490 
Denham, Harold M 424 
Denham, James A V 
Denison, Robert L. Jr 
Dennett, Robert 
Denney. Jo A 540 
Denney, Kathy S. 512 
Denney, Leon 
Denney, Roscoe 310,51 2 
Dennis. Danny C 
Dennis, David O 330,540 
Dennis, Fletcher B 
Dennis. James E 424 
Dennis, James L 375.490 



Den 



, Kath 



iM. 



Dennis, Michael E 540 
Dennis. Ralph 
Dennis. Samuel G 
Dennison, Cynthia A 
Denniston, Kay L 
Denn.ston, Lois A 512 
Denny. Charlotte 150 
Denny, June R 223,512 
Denny. Mary E 
Denny. Robert R 
Denny, Teresa L 540 
Denton. John T. Ill 



Den 



J/4 



Depuy, Roy E. Jr 

Denckson, Virginia A. 512 

Dermont, Robert S 

Derrick, Bobby A 219,303,474 

Derrick, Deborah L 

Derricks, Ronald J 

Deru. David B. 

Desaulmers. Eleanor 

Deskms, John T 512 

Deskms. Robert A 540 

Deskms, Sandra S 

Deskms, Steve M 

Deskms, Thomas A. 540 

Deskms. Vicki L 

Detome, Mark 540 

Detweiler, Nancy L. 

Detz, Barbara A 362 

Devere, Andrew J. 

Devere. Dorothy E. 

Devers. Richard G 540 

Deweese. Mary C 512 

Dexter, Linda K 

Dharamshi. Sharad S 

DiMichele. Donald D 

Diamond, William T. 

Dibble. Diana L 

Dick, Gary 540 

Dick. Joe A. 

Dick. Martha J 304,540 

Dick. Mildred R 

Dicken. Beverly S. 

Dickey. Dann A. 338,376 

Dickey, Neal G 

Dickie, Robert W 



Dickman, Michael J 491 
Dickson, Donald D 395,474 
Didion. Douglas A 
Diehl, Richard J 512 
Diersing, Paul R 424 
D.llard. Camille B 
Dillard. Samuel T 
Dilhon, Constance A 
Dillon, Michael F 
Dils, Connie J 354,491 
Dingus, James B 290 
Dingus, LenaS. 
Disney, Beverley K. 512 
Dik, Ralph T 
Dixit. Satya B 
Dixon, Connie L. 
Dixon, David H 
Dixon, Larry D 290,491 
Dixon, Laura F 
Dixon, Wallace C. 139 
Dobbins. Napoleon 316 
Dobbs, Raymond R 
Dobbs. Robert A. 376 
Dobson. Eddie 
Dodd, Diane L 
Dodd. Frederick G 540 
Dodd, Gerald.ne G 
Dodd, Peggy M 224.424 
Doggendorf, John N 385.426 
Doggett, Dennis D. 512 
Dolan, LynneS 
Dolen, Bertie R 290,512 
Dolen, Ronnie K 290.426 
Doller. Wayne A 
Domir, Subhash C 
Donaldson. Neal 133 
Donaldson, Neal P 426 
Donewald, Michael L. 540 
Donley. Darla R 223.308.512 
Donoghue. Richard B 512 
Donohue. Patricia D 540 
Donta, Robert A 307.512 
Dooley, Beatrice 
Dooley, Conway III 
Dooley, Richard W 512 
Doohttle, Steve K 540 
Dorman.Cmd. R 213,224.364, 
398.426 



Don 



, Jarr 



Dorroh, Charles L 253,491 
Dorroh, Thomas L 380,426 
Dorsey, Susan K. 
Dossett. Janice A G 
Dotson. Clyde H 
Dotson. Dale M 426 
Dotson, Irvin L 
Dotson, Michael G. 426 
Dotson. Patricia J 512 
Dotson, Raymond D 
Dotson, Suzanne 426 
Dotson, Victoria L 540 
Dott, Linda L 
Doty, Beverly A 360.426 
Doty. Deborah E 540 
Doucette. Gay AM 
Dougherty. Patrick L 
Dougherty, Regina G 
Doughty. Robert A 564 
Douglas, Dwight A 247,540 
Douglas. John J Jr 
Douglass, Richard M 
Dowell. Burnis B 540 
Dowell, Lynn D 223,512 
Dowhng, Donna I 474 
Dowlmg. Fred W Jr 426 
Downes, Elizabeth L 
Downes, William E Jr 
Downey, Kenton G. 
Downey, Sally E 
Downing, Robert G Jr 540 
Downs, Erin J 
Downs, John W 298,426 
Downs, Richard R 
Downs. Ronald J 512 
Downs. William K 540 
Doyle, Donabeth 



Do 



, Edw 



Doyle, George T 

Doyle. Kenneth M 

Doyle, Mar|orie A 

Dozier. Carl M 380,426 

Dozier, L.bby K 

Drago, Michael E 265 

Dragoo, Donna M 

Drake, Larry H 

Drake, Lawrence C 

Drake, Rick D 290,380,491 

Drakeford. Marion W 

Draper, Carl A 

Draper. Douglas A 512 

Draper, Douglas G 426 

Draper, John R 

Draper. Martha R 540 

Draut, Arthur A 540 

Drees. Kathryn L 426 

Dreisbach. Glen R 426 

Drew, John R. 512 

Dnngenburg, Cheryl D 362,491 



Droz, Douglas D 491 
Drum, Adella L 394 
Drum, Brenda S 
Drummond, Michael B 426 
DuVall, Stephen C 
Ducharme, Dennis A 
Duchin, Joel B. 
Duckett.Susann N 540 



n, 6a 



D. 



Duff, Jeffrey M 221,491 

Duff, Shirley D 

Duff, Stephen E. 540 

Duff, William E. 

Duffy, Robert E 

Dufour. Mary M 

Dugan. Diana L. 540 

Dugger, David L 541 

Duke, Gordon C 

Duke, Henriettas 

Dulin, Lawrence, Jr 491 

Dull, Rita J. 293,393,491 

Dulworth, Betty J 

Dumford, Jack W 

Dunagan. Daryl L 240,245.491 

Dunaway, Bathilda S 512 

Dunaway. David A 

Dunaway, Louise B 

Dunaway. Phyllis G 491 

Duncan, Gary W. 

Duncan, James D 541 

Duncan, Larry A 426 

Duncan. Mark E. 

Duncan. Michael R 

Duncan, Micheal L 426 

Duncan, Robert E 512 

Duncil, Charles W 

Dunham, Shirley M 359.426 

Dumgan.SueE M 

Dunlap. Gary R. 512 

Dunn, Charlotte M 316.426 

Dunn, Danny D 

Dunn. DeniseC 

Dunn. Gary L 512 

Dunn, Kathleen G. 

Dunn, LonnieT 

Dunn, Margaret G. 512 

Dunn, Margaret J 

Dunn, Paulette R 447 

Dunn, Rex 426 

Dunn. Rodney K. 286.316,387 



Du 



, Wil 



Dunsil. Kathy A. 364 
Durbin, John H 
Durbm, Martha D M 
Durbin, Mary E 481 
Durbm, Steven L 219 
Durbin, Virginia E 
Durham, Beverly C 
Durham, Mary C. 541 
Durham. William F 
Dunsin, Timothy G 
Durkin, Jon E 
Durrett, Emily S 305,491 
Durrett, Robert B 512 
Duryer, Dons 221 
Dusing, James A 
Dusmg, Susan R 219 
Dutschke. Stephen W 
Dutton, Gerald W 
Dutton, Kenneth L. 
Duty, Michael E. 
Duty. William L 
Duvall. David P 
Duvall, Stephen C 512 
Dwelley, Jill E 
Dwelley. William E 
Dwelly, Judy K 426 
Dwyer, Dons D 474 
Dye, Claude W 
Dye, Edith G 541 
Dyehouse, Kitty B 221.491 
Dyehouse, Rhonda C 512 
Dyehouse, Yvonne L 
Dyer, Edgar E 
Dyer, Guy D 
Dyer. Jernlyn A 
Dyke, James K 



Fades. David W 

Fades, Patty M 

Eades, Robert D 

Eades. Sarah J 

Eades, William D 

Eads, John L 

Eads, Michon R 426 

Eads, Rodney G 426 

Eager. Sue R. 426 

Eagle, Tene 8. 

Earle, Keith E 

Earley, Keith M 298,541 

Early, Elizabeth J 541 

Early, Patricia L 

EARTH DAY 52 

Easterhng, Ella B 311,541 

Easterhng, Robert L 541 

Eastndge. John D 



Eaton, Danny L 

Eaton, Joseph E 380,51 2 

Ebel, Deborah A 329,512 

Eberhardt, David P. 

Ebert, Robert H 

Eckert. Margaret A 426 

Eckhardt, KennethS. 541 

Ecklar, William T 491 

E CLUB 292 

Eddins, Thomas C. 

Eden, Esther G 

Eden, Gary R. 

Eden, Harold D 

Eden, Ronald W 426 

Edge, Denz.l 

Edgington, Cynthia K 

Edgington, Ernest L 512 

Edington, Emma J 491 

Edison. Nora A 

Edmonds, Donald L. 

Edmonds, Gordon A 

Edmonds, Theodore A 

Ednngton. Fredrick D 

Ednngton, La Vonne P 

Edwards, Charles W. 

Edwards. David L 

Edwards, Debora A. 

Edwards, Donald L 

Edwards, Donald O. 

Edwards, Donna M 316.541 

Edwards, Dorothy L 

Edwards, Douglas E. 512 

Edwards, Elmer D 

Edwards, Francme G. 

Edwards, Frank W Jr 326,328.491 

Edwards, Karen L. 491 

Edwards, Kenneth C. 306 

Edwards, Larry R 

Edwards, Maria H. 

Edwards. Mark S 541 

Edwards, Marsha L. 

Edwards, Marvin 123 

Edwards. M.cheal S 

Edwards, Sharon L.R. 

Edwards, Wallace 

EELS 250 

Egbert. Charles T . Jr 

Egerton, Hardin M 380,491 

Eggemeier, William M 223,51 2 

Eggen, Joseph L. 541 

Ehrenberg. Judith A. 512 

Ehret, Walter R. 512 

Ehrman, Sue C 491,514 

Eisenmenger, Daryl L. 367 

Eker, Sherry L 512 

Ekle. Robert E 376,388,491 

Elam, Betty J 331 

Elam, James R. 491 

Elam, Jerry R 491 

Elam. Joe D 

Elam, Joseph A 

Elam, Patricia A. 



Elai 



. W.I 



Elam. W.lham V 370,491 

Elble, Ronald E 

Elder, Benedict J 

Elder, Charles J Jr 

Elder, Lenora E 

Elder, Virginia K 

Eldredge, Carol J 541 

Eldredge. Donna L 312,491 

Eldndge, Susan E 315,359,512 

Elias, James S 

Elizer, Vickie S 541 

Elkm, Betty J 223 

Elk.n. Dan C Jr. 

Elk.n, Deborah J 

Elk.n, Marylyn R 

Elkm, Patricia M 

Elk.ns. Jackie L 

Elkins, Johnny D 

Ellington, Judith C 541 

Elliott, Donald C. 512 

Elliott, Genevieve 426 

Elliott, Judith M 541 

Elliott, Kenneth W 

Elliott. Nikki L. 354 

Elliott, Norma H 

Elliott, Ronnie 

Elliott, Virgil P Jr 541 

Elhs, Brenda CR 491 

Ellis, Brenda G H 

Ellis, Cheryl L 223 

Ellis, Danny R 

Elhs, Jess L.491 

Elhs, Mark A 512 

Elhs, Stephen C. 491 

Elhs, Susan C. 362 

Ellison, Gary B 

Elmer, Rosemary E 491 

Elmore, DennisP. 512 

Elovitz, Antoinette M. 541 

Elovitz. Mary R 219 

Elrod, Robert D 

Elswick, Becky W. 541 

Elswick, Judith M. 

Ely. Wanda G 541 

Elza. Charles E 245 



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INDEX & DIRECTORY 591 



Elza. James O 

Elza, Shirley R 

Elzv. Denise L- 541 

Emanuel, Lula M 

Emberton. Joyce A. 541 

Embree, Horace M 

Embry. Charles T 

Embs. Everett E 

Emery, Scott W- 

Emmanuel, Winston A 259 

Emmons. Joyce A 311,541 

Engard, Vick. D 

Engelhardt, Richard IM. 268 

England. Coleman L 

England. Dennis H 303,474 

England. Larry L 372 

England, William M. 267.280 

ENGLISH, DEPARTMENT OF 163 

Engle. Carolyn J 541 

Engle, Jerry E. 

Engle, Fred A. 219.298 

Engle. Sue E 

Engler. Susan K 512 

Enlow, Stuart B 

Enlow. Thomas F 

Enos. Michael F 

Ensm.nger. Gayle A 541 

Ensor. Christy L 

Ensor. David R 

Ensor. Deborah L. 541 

Eovaldi. Cheryl S 

Epifano, James A 541 

Epley, Soma J 541 

Epling, Dorthy 

Epling, Frances C 

Epperson, Paul R 

Ergang, Mitchel L 

Erhart, Sharon M 481 

Erisman, Barbara L 541 

Ernest, Alan 

Ernspiker, Kenneth Jr 491 

Ernst, Lynn W 

Erwm. Deborah L. 541 

Erwin, Lisa J 512 

Erwin, Patricia A 541 

Erwin, Thomas G 

Esham. Jo Ellen W 

Estep. Donald C 

Estep. Johnney S- 

Estep. Randall K 512 

Estep, Ronnie W 

Estep. Timothy A 

Estepp, Belinda K 491 

Estes. Christopher B 

Estes, Donald L 

Estes. Elizabeth S.W 

Estes, John M. 

Estes, Ronald F 

Estes, Sara G 

Estes. Walter A 

Estes. Wanda L 

Estndge. Marsha Jo 492 

Estr.dge. Re* C 514 

Estndge, Wanda S 

Etheredge, Charlotte 514 

Etkin. Manlynn J 329,359 

Eubank, Harvey N 

Eubank. Ruth L. 359,514 

Eubanks. Thomas H 

Evanoff, Stanley I 

Evans, Barbara S 492 

Evans, Cathy G, 

Evans, Dorothy J 

Evans. Freddie L 

Evans. Gerald D 

Evans, Harold G 

Evans, James A. 237 

Evans, James B 230.514 



sH Jr 492 



Evans. Jan 
Evans. Jan- 
Evans, Karen L. 
Evans. Kathenne E 
Evans. Kevan R 
Evans, Linda S. 
Evans, Margaret A. 
Evans, Marilyn R. 312 
Evans, Mildred E 
Evans. Pe9gy A 
Evans, Roy 



, Wil 



i r.i 



Everman, Russell W 
Eversole, Billy R 475 
Eversole, Judy K. 541 
Eversole, Mary J. 541 
Eversole, Peggy S 514 
Ewing, Lee K. 541 
Everman, Adelaide J 
Eyre, Edward E 



Fackert. Larry W 
Faesenmeier. Susan K 298.428 
Fagaley. Terry C 
Fahey, George J 428 
Fain, Robert L, 
Fair, Jerry L. 428 



Fairchild, Deborahs 541 

Falcone, Olive M 1 1 7,289,300.514 

Falm, Carolyn S 

Falk. Marianne E. 221,428 

Falhs. David G 514 

Fallis, Howard M 

Fannin, Alice L 

Fannin, Danny R. 205.218.305.428 

Fannin. Ira W. 

Fannin. Nanita F 

Fanning. Gary D, 376 

Fanning, Michael P 

Fardo, Helen MM. 221,428 

Fardo, Steve W, 475 

Fans, Leon W. 428 

Farler. John W 



. John D 429 
, Joseph T 429 
. Pamela R 541 
, Una F 



Farnau. William A. 
Farney, Kathy E 539.541 
Farrell, Yolanda G. 
Farns, Edward J 
Farr.s. Hosea 302,514 
Farns, WilmaS 429 
Farthing, Brenda S 
Faulconer. Gene G 
Faulk enberry, James F 



, Gregory P 514 
. Nancy D 



Faw. Thomas G 
Fawbush, Michael K. 429 
Fawley. Martha J 353 
Feagan, Marlene A- 
Feagans. Myra G 310.312.492 
Feather, Charles V 



Featherston 


Caro 


S 429 


Federle 


Dia 


nna L 




Feeback 




rry L 




Fegenb 


sh. Steph 


jn R 


Feldkar 


ip. S 


ueE. 


312,429 


Feldma 


i. Be 


verly 


D 


Feldma 


1, M 


iry N 


429 


Fell. Wi 


nan- 


L. 




Feltner 


Dor 


aid R 


. 134 


Feltner 


Hos 


eaS. 




Feltner 


Ph. 


PL, 


129 


Feltner 


Sandra L 


429 



Feltner. William E 

Felts. Lillian 

Felty, Bobbie G 

Felty, Martha R 

Fender. Michael L 541 

Fennell. Deborah E 541 

Ferguson. Drue Jr 330,514 



Fergi 



ion, Marion B 
ion. Michael M 541 
son. Norman W 
son, Ronald W 



, Mai 



E 514 



Ferman, Sharron T 357,492 

Fernandez, Alfonso 

Ferrante. Mary A 541 

Ferrell, Cathy C, 300.492 

Ferrell, Denny L 541 

Ferrell. Eva S- 492 

Ferrell, Russell 

Fessler. Frank J, 492 

Fetters, Larry L 

Fetzer, Linda K 

Fey, A Michael 216 

Fey, Calvin L. 

Fiederer, Lola J 541 

Fields, Arthur D Jr 367 

Fields, Beth K 

Fields, Carole Y 

Fields. Garry L, 

Fields. Gayle J. 

Fields. Harrison R 

Fields, James L. 514 

Fields, Jimmy D 328 

Fields, Joan E. 

Fields. Judy K A 

Fields. Larry S, 211,218.289, 

302,429 
Fields, Sharon B 400.514 
Fields. Tommy C 429 
F.ely. James M 298.514 





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FTH DIMENSION 67 
ke, Sharon 219,224.429 
ler. Donald R 307 
nan. Steven J 237 
ndley. Thomas E 248.249.541 
nk. Nancy B L 
nley, Mae 
nnell, John W. 
nney, Denise J 
rman. Donna F 
scher, Bertie S- 492 
scher. Ellen F. 304 
scher, Patricia J 514 

her, Paul J 
scher, Peter L 
sher. Beverly J. 295.514 
sher. Donna J 481 
Janice D, 429 
sher, Mark A. 
sher, Mary A. 514 
;k, Marsha A 541 
sk, Michael L. 
sk. Rodney D 
sk, Steve A 301.492 
sk, Terry L- 541 

h, Deborah J 514 
te, Roy W 492 
tzer, Linda M 364,514 
tzgerald, Cindy A 541 
tzgerald. Georgiana 
tzgerald. Gloria J 



Fitzgerald. Linda D 429 
Fitzpatr.ck, Henry F. 
Fitzpatnck. Russell 
Fitzpatnck. Thomas A 
Fitzwater, Leonard W 
plenary. Patricia C. 475 
Flanery, Lynn P. 514 
Fleig. Barbara J, 311.514 
Fleming. Kathleen L 297.541 
Fleming, Linda A 492 
Fleming, Mark A. 296,429 
Flesher, Sharon G 



, Wil 



M 



Fletcher, Cathy L 429 

Fletcher, Christine A 314.541 

Fletcher. Jack V Jr 

Fletcher. Janice L 516.541 

Fletcher. Jo A 514 

Flint, Christine A 

Flora. Joyce L 541 

Florence. Eugenia K 541 

Florence. Rita S. 492 

Flowers, Patricia J. 223,359.51 4 

Floyd. Carol A 541 

Flynn, Anne R- 

Flynn. Claudia M 

Flynn. Ethel B. 

Flynn. Kenneth R 

Flynn. Weyneth D. 

Fogg, Andrea E. 316,541 

Fogle, Anna L 316.541 

Fogle. Carol D. 541 

Fogt, Anders 247 



Fogt. David R 380,506.514 
Fogt. Niels H 514 
Foland, John E, 255 
Foldy. Sharon M 
Foley. Donnie R- 
Foley. Margie S 
Foley. Michael J 
Foley, Richard W. 
Foley, Sandra J. 541 
Foley. Sonia 221,399,401 
Foley, Teddy H 
Foley, Theresa CD 429 
Foley, Vicky L 514 
FOOD AND NUTRITIONS 

CLUB 309 
FOOTBALL 228-236 
Ford. Brenda J 541 
Ford. Caroll F. 
Ford. George C 
Ford. Goebel L 
Ford. Steven P. 
Forderhase. Nancy 221 
Fore, Stephen E, 541 
Foree, Charles H 
Foree, Yvonne W 
Foreman, Phyllis A T 475 
Forester, Charles W. 
Forkal, Yvonne G- 541 
Forman, Thomas G 
Forrest. Wanda L 641 
Forsythe, James M. 
Forsythe, Joyce A, 541 
Forsythe, Robert A 



592 INDEX &DIRECTORY/ELZ-FOR 



Forsythe, Stanley L 290,492 
Former. David W 
Fortner. Ma G 312.429 
Former. Karen L 514 
Former, Rex D 326.328.492 
Fortney. June G. 541 
Fortney. Kenneth L. 
Fosson. Carol G, 492 
Fosson. Steven R 514 
Foster. Arthur L 
Foster. Gerrye L 353.514 



Foster. Marc.a J 354,514 
Foster, Margaret A 
Foster. Robert A 
Foster. Sherrye G 353.514 
Foust, Donna L. 429 
Foutch. Enoch Jr 
Fouts. Charles R 
Fouts. Sheila D R 
Foutz. Diana L, 429 
Fowler. Cynthia J. 362.429 
Fowler. Marshall K 541 



Fowler, William G 
Fox, Gary L. Sr. 
Fox. Harold T. 
Fox, Judith A 541 
Fox. Linda J 514 
Fox, Nanette 
Fraley, Charlotte D 
Fraley. Jan T 
Fraley. Lawrence D 514 
Fralix. Sarah E 492 
Francis. Annette L 
Francis, Evelyn 219 
Francis, Fred L 237 
Francis. William G. 
Francis. Woodrow W Jr 429 
Frank. Clarence L. 
Frank, Raloh E 429 
Franklin, Linda A. 
Franklin, Linda J 
Franklin. Patr.ciaS 514 
Frasher. Donna R, 364.429 
es V 



. Chai 

. Roger K. 



Frazier, Sheila L 

Frazier. Vickie L, 514 

Frederick, Garry L. 

Frederick, Janice L 

Frederick, Pamela L 353,429 

Fredericks, Rex 

Freeman. David A 

Freeman, Eddy G 

Freeman, James W 385 

Freeman, Nolen W 

Freeman. Ronnie L. 514 

Freeman. Teresa J 514 

Freet. Carols 277.310 

Freil.ng. Richard P 541 

Freking. Connie J, 541 

French, Gary C. 

French, Larry L. 

French, Linda B. 514 

French. Michael W. 303.430 

French. Robert E 

French. Vincenta 

Fresh, David A 

Frey, Sherryl A 

Freytag, Sandra K 492 

Fricker, Robert W 229.230,237,375 

Fried, Joan Y. 

Fried, John T, 

Friel, Dennis C 

Friend. Carolyn M 

Friend, Thomas A. 

Frisby, Margaret A 

Frison, Audrey L 295 

Frith, Kenneth A 430 

Fntsch, WilhamS 370 

Fritz, George F. Jr. 430 

Fritz, John C 

Fritz, Nanette J 492 

Fritz, Yolanda 

Froberg, Kar.n S 541 

Froebe. Charles F 475 

Froman, Michael K 

Froman. Paul R 327 

Froman. William K. 265 

Fronk. Jean A. 

Frost. Bonnie M. 359.492 

Frost. David F 

Frost. Jack D 221.400.492 

Frost. Pamela L. 219.430 

Frost. Robert C 

Frost. William A. 

Fry, Carolyn 

Fry, David L 375 

Frye, Christine E. 541 

Frye, Issac 



Frye, Paul E 

Frye, Sandra J 

Fryman, Greg S 

Fryman, John M 307,541 

Fryman, Julian F 

Fryman. Michael E 328 

Fryman. Norman J 

Fryman. Sandra F 305.475 

Fugate. Alonzo 

Fugate, Amy S 

Fugate, Betty A 514 

Fugate, Carolyn G, 

Fugate, Dale 492 

Fugate, David L 

Fugate, Donna C 

Fugate. Douglas W 

Fugate. Glen M 370.430 

Fugate, James R 

Fugate. Kenneth S 

Fugazzi, John R 

Fulks. David T. 

Fullenwider. Diane P 219,430 

Fullenwider. Edgar W. 

Fullwood. Gillian C. 

Fulton. Bruce M. 541 

Fulton. Cloa C 492 

Fuqua. Beniamin E 372,514 

Furlong, Thomas W. 

Furnish. Billy T 

Furnish. James W 

Furnish. Raymond E 492 

Furnish, Taylor 

Furnish. Teresa J 514 

Furniss, Larry E 430 

Furr, Anne R 359,514 

Fury, RichardS 542 

Fuson. Trudy C 514 



Gabbard. Alice L. 

Gabbard, E. Michael 514 

Gabbard. James H 

Gabbard. Janet S 

Gabbard. Larry S 

Gabbard, Larry W, 

Gabbard, Lvdia CM, 430 

Gabbard, Mar. lee M 

Gabbard. Michael W 

Gabbard. Ohmer R. 

Gabbard. Paula C 

Gabbard. Pauline S 

Gabbard. Robert B 

Gabbard. Ronald C 

Gabbard, Roy D 310 

Gabbard. Tony 

Gabbert. Edward L. 

Gabhart, James W 492 

Gabhart. Ld.s J 

Gabhart. Rudy A 514 

Gadd. Elizabeth B D. 

Gaebler. Thomas J 237 

Gaftney, Brenda R 492 

Gaffney, Robert W 

Gage. Carol A 542 

Gahris. Cynthia R 353 

Gaines. Delores A 514 

Gaines, Elliot D 

Gaines, George T 542 

Gaines, John P 

Gaines. Larry K. 

Games, Rodney G. 514 

Gaines. William C 

Gallant. Scon R 251,292 

Galloway, Lynn A, 542 

Gambrel, Sharon J, 

Games, Stephen F 

Gammell. Gloria R 542 

Gander. Anna K. 

Gano. James L. 221,475 

Gano. Sam P. 237 

Gant. Mildred M 

Gantt. Deborah L 224.300.308,430 

Gardiner, Stephanie C 542 

Gardner, Deborah D. 

Gardner. Mark E. 542 

Gardner. Tatfie D. 542 

Gardner. Thomas B. 153 

Gardner. William J 237 

Garland, Larry A. 430 

Garland, Roger L. 

Garland, Susan M. 492 

Garling, Donald L. Jr. 

Garlmg. Kr.stine R 492 



.,.,.. 



. Elo 



Garner, Helen G, 390,514 
Garner. MaxineW 
Garnett, Kenneth W. 
Garr. Jacqueline 492 
Garr. Wanda F 219,492 
Garrard, Steven J. 514 
Garrett, Laurel L 
Garrett, Mary F 
Garrett. Phyllis J. 492 
Garrett, Rebecca L 481 
Garrett. Vlcki W 542 
Garrett. Walter M 375.388.492 
Garnott. Estil 



Garrison, Gary P 430 
Garrison, Jacqueline 542 
Garrison, John C 
Garrison. Lynn 
Garrison, Neal 
Garrison. Norwood 
Garrison, Ronald R. 
Gartland, Dennis J 475 
Garvey. Lena M 430 
Garvin. Karen D 475 
Garwood, Terry A. 431 
Gary, Donna E 542 
Gaskill. Kathy J. 314 
Gaskin, Mary Y 542 
Gaskins, Diane J. 431 
Gasser, Roger A 
Gates, Donald L 146 



, Ro 



■ M 



Gattes. Janet L 

Gattis, Margaret C 

Gauch, Jane E 359.492 

GARVICE KINCAID LECTURE 64 

Gausepohl. Victor L 289.298 

Gay, Bertram D 310.475 

Gay. Carol J.B. 

Gay. Delores R 514 

Gay, James A. 

Gay. Vernon 

Gay, William A 

Gay, William F 431 

Gayhart, Barbara F 542 

Gayheart. Joyce 542 

Gayheart, Rhoda A 

Gebert, Barbara E 

Gebhart, Michael J 

Gee, Robert L 289.298.303.431 

Geguzis. Larry J 

Gehron. Fred R 492 

Gehron. Karen S 542 

Geier. Patricia A 

Ge.er, William A 

Geigert. Jean B 

Geigert, Walter A 

Geison. Mark H 367 

Gelke. Mark L 215,219,221,431 

Gellhaus, Gregory D 

Gennett. Nathaniel C 431 

Gentry, Causaundra L 492 

Gentry, Dennis A 

Gentry, Doris A, 542 

Gentry, James B 

Gentry, Margaret E 

Gentry. Nancy S 

Gentry. Susan 514 

Geoghegan, Johnetta 359 

Geoghegan, Joseph R 542 

GEOGRAPHY, DEPARTMENTOF165 

GEOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF 164 

George. David S 

George. Edward H III 326 

George. Jennifer R 514 

George. Michael D 

George. Mona S 

George, Rebecca 431 

George. Dr. Ted 169 

Gephart. Douglas D. 375 



, No 



1 W, 



German. David A 475 

Geron. Patrick A 262.263,375 

Gerre.n, David A 303,431 

Getman, Barbara R 

Gettler, David F 

Gevedon, Rebecca L 

Gholson, Mary L 

Giancola. Albert J 

Giancola. Lone L.S. 431 

Gibb, James 

Gibbs. Gregory A. 542 

Gibson, Allen 

Gibson. Barbara G. 364.514 

Gibson. Charles H. 183 

Gibson, Claude J Jr, 

Gibson. Clyde E 

Gibson. David Evan 514 

Gibson. David F 542 

Gibson. EarIC 

Gibson. Janice R. 

Gibson. John R 

Gibson, Joseph B Jr. 542 

Gibson. Judy L 542 

Gibson. Kenneth D 

Gibson, Linda F 

Gibson. Mary B- 362 

Gibson. Richard C 542 

Gibson, Robert M 

Gibson, Vance M 

Gibson. William W III 

Gibson. Wilma P- 

Gieszl. Robert E 

Gilbert. Billie J, 564 

Gilbert. Burl E 266.475 

Gilbert, Cebert 

Gilbert, Gary 

Gilbert, Gary R. 

Gilbert, James L 

Gilbert, James N, 



Gilbert. Jerry R 
Gilbert. Paul 
Giles, Ginger 542 
Giles. H R. 542 
Giles, Robert S 
Giles. Ronald L 
Giles. Stephen T 
Giles. William P 431 
Gilkeson, Orion R 
Gill, Linda J 542 
Gillespie. Grady G 492 
Gillespie. Murray G 492 
Gillespie, Ralph E. 237 
Gillespie, Ruth A 542 
Gilley, Martha J 
Gilliam. Carol E 
Gilliam, Doris F 431 



, Gle 



Gill. 



Gilliam. Linda D 514 

Gilliland, Hugh R 

Gilliland, Patricia B 

Gillispie. Pamela G 304.309,492 

Gilmet, Gary B 

G.lmore. Gwen S 

Gilpin, Elroy A Jr 326.330 

Gilpin. Michael D 

Gilpin. Patti L. 

Gilpin. Roger D 542 

Gilvin. William S 

Gimmel. Robert N 328 

Ginter, Gary L 

Ginter, George G 



Ginti 



. Mai 



et H. 



Ginter. Shelia E 492 

Ginter. Tern A 542 

Girdler, Donald E 

Girdler. Hulen F. 

Girdler. Jewell S 

Girdner, Frances E 492 

Girten, Murrel L 431 

Gish. Doris J.E. 542 

Gish, Jo A 532 

Githerman. Larry W. 492 

Gividen, Sandra L 

Givin, Gay S 

Gizzi. William 432 

Glanz, Susan A 514 

Glascock. Carol A. 

Glass. Dane P 542 

Glass. Danny R 432 

Glass. Gary F 

Glass, Gloria F 492 

Glass. Martha Jo C 362.432 

Glass, Mary M 

Glasscock, Harold L 

Glassford, Ellen S. 223,314,359.514 

Gledhill, Marvin A. 376 

Gleich, Patricia K 

Glenn, Michael A 542 

Glick, Leslie J 542 

Glier, Daniel W 219,290.296.432 

Glovak. Betty A 

Glover, Sharlotte A. 542 

Glover. Susan G 542 

Goatley, John E 542 

Goble. Chlotene 432 

Goble. D Irene 

Goble. Earl J. Jr 

Goble. Mary L 

Goble, Pamela 542 

Goble. Robert S 

Goble. Victor M 432 

Godby. Forrest E 

Godoy. Jose A 

Godsey. Dale A 542 

Godsey. Earl D 

Goebel, Pamela J 542 

Goebel. Terrence W 492 

Goebel. William M 

Goedeking, Thomas J. 

Goff, Phyllis A 542 

Goggm. Barbara Ann 432 

Goggin, Harry D 542 

Goggin, Ins G 

Gognat, John R 

Goh. Hock Soon 476 

Goins. Larry W 492 

Goms. Nancye W. 

Goins, Patricia A 210.219,224, 

305.353.432 
Goins, William M 
Gold. Barbara A 221.308.433 
Gold. Steven D 382.514 
Goldey, Robert F 
Goldschmidt, Eugene A 433 
Goldschmidt. Ronald J 
Goldstein, Joyce S 
Goldstein, Ronald L 
Goldston, William J. 
GOLF 260-261 
Gooch, Carolyn A 
Gooch, Donald W 
Gooch. Judy L. 
Good. Robert P 564 
Goodin. Evylene P 
Goodin. PaulaS 400,514 
Goodin. Rhonda L 



Goodin. Rose O 
Goodin, Silas F 
Goodlett. Connie MB 433 
Goodlett, Gary 301.492 
Goodlette, Richard H 
Goodloe. Diana V S 
Goodman, Jo Ann 476 
Goodman, Lacy M 514 
Goodrich, William A 514 
Goodwin, Constance S, 565 
Goodwin, Danny S 
Goodwin, Deborah A 542 
Goodwin, James W 542 
Goodwin. Jerry D 
Goolman. Pamela S 542 
Goolman. Sharon K 
Goolsby, Margaret R 
Gootee. William M Jr 
Gordon, Bruce E 
Gordon. Glenda L 
Gordon. Mary M 219.433 
Gorley. Kelvin D 
Gorman, Diane M 542 
Gorman. John F 
Goshen. Mark A 
Goshorn, Rebecca R 
Gosser. Gary T 542 
Gosser. Joy L 542 
Gosser. Phyllis F 
Gosser, Richard N 
Gossett. Fred R Jr 
Gossom. James M 
Gossom, Terry D 433 
Gough, Patsy L 514 
Govan. John F 
Gover, Cecil G 
Goyne. Glenn E 514 
Gracey. Linda L L 
GRADUATE SCHOOL 196 
Graff, Anita J 542 
Graham. David R. 218 
Graham. Edwma J 302,514 
Graham. Judy L 
Graham. Margaret O 476 
Graham, Richard R 
Grammond. Frank 
Grannis, Carol C 
Granms.Vicky 542 
Grant, Charles O II 
Grant, Danny C 
Grant. Diane 542 
Grant. Doris A 
Grant. Gayle A 
Grant. Richard L 
Grant. Ronnie L 367.433 
Grant, Susan R 
Grant, Willa H. 
Grass, Sondra K 514 
Graves. Gayle F 542 

Graves. Nancy K 

Graves, William Y 542 

Gravil. Deborah A. 492 

Gravitt. Catherine S. 542 

Gray. Berkeley M II 

Gray, Bonnie C 401,532.542 

Gray. Donna M, 303.492 

Gray. Eleanor B 364.514 

Gray. Emma J 542 

Gray. Geneva 433 

Gray, Kristie A 223.353.514 

Gray, Mary C B 

Gray. Mary O. 316.360.433 

Gray. Roberts 514 

Gray.TevisP 492 

Gray. Trena M 

Grayson, Mark H 542 

Graziani, Chrysteen H 392.514 

Graziano. Joseph R 

Grear. Glenda K 

Greathouse, James M 

Greathouse, Leonard F 

Greayer, Aleta E 542 

Green. Christine L 224.293.304. 

331,433 
Green, Edwin E. 
Green, Glyndon E 
Green, Gordon E 
Green, Joseph W 542 
Green. Kenneth E 205.221 .400, 

433.502 
Green, Marilyn E 
Green. Patrick J 542 

Green, Richard C 
Green, Robert A 
Green, Robert N 542 
Green, Rodney L 492 
Green, Sylvia T. 
Green. Tena M 
Green. Walter Jr 
Greene. Charles R. 542 
Greene. Douglas W 237 
Greene. Harold S 
Greene, James R 
Greene. James Ronald 
Greene. Kyle M 
Greene. Martha E 542 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/FOR-GRE 593 



Greer 


. Patricia A. 542 


Gr 




. Scottie A 


Gr 


een 


leld. Rochester 240.433 


Gr 


een 


nil. Clarence C 245 


Gr 


eenup. James W. 263 


Gr 


eenwell. Brenda L. 


Gr 


een 


veil. Margaret E 542 


Gr 


een 


veil, William M 542 


Gr 


een 


vood. Garv W 


Gr 


eer. 


Gary L 376 


Gr 


eer. 


Jenny L. 542 


Greer, 


Lvnne R 390 


Gr 


eer. 


Oakie 


Gr 


egg. 


Gayle L 


Gr 


egg. 


Rita K 


Gr 


egg. 


Timothy H 


Gregg. 


Virginia LM 


Grego 


y. Anne 492 


Gr 


ego 


y, Deborah E 542 


Gr 


igo 


y. Edwin W. 


Gr 


-q,_, 


V. Gail E. 542 


Grego 


V. Glenn C 


Gr 


egor 


y. Martin W 433 


Gr 


etzi 


tger, Nancy K 542 


Gr 




Elizabeth A. 514 


Gr 


ce. 


Connie L 542 


Gr 


der 


James W 542 


Gi 


der 


Mary J 304.542 


Gr 


em 


'. Richard D 433 


Gr 


esc 


l. Sarah K 542 


Gr 


ffjr 


Albert R Jr 


Gr 


ffin 


. Charles W 380,492 


Gr 


ffin 


. Goldie 


Gr 


ffin 


. Jackie 


Gr 


ffin 


. Roger L 


Gr 


ffin 


. Ronald T. 


Gr 


ffin 


, Sandra L 544 


Gr 


ffil 


1. Anna G 544 


Gr 


ffit 


1, Howard D 


Gr 


ffit 


-I. Mary L 


Gr 


ffit 


-i. Ralph D 


Gr 


ffit 


-i. Roger E 476 


Gr 


ggs 


Anita C 


Gr 


ggs 


Riana J 


Gr 


gsbv. James L 385.433 


Gr 


me 1 


. Bill A 


Gr 
Gr 




. Jo A 354 
.Sandra K 353.514 


Gr 


M 


, Terrence F 370.433 



nme, Randal G 372.492 

ler. Larry R 

ler. Phyllis A 433 

so. Dean F 

som. Dwight A 391.492 

ton. Glen A 433 

ton. Jane CM 193.224.433 

ton. Rita K 544 

ton. Rita L 544 

etti. Verna L 544 

zard. Jacqulyn L 

zle. Carol J 

:zle, Glenn W 296.433 
Grogan, Gary S 
Grogan. Sybil OS 
Groll.g. James M. 544 
Groiiig, Paula J. 544 
Gross. D.ana E 



Hai 



. Rosene C 
. Thelma 



Hacker, Tolene 492 

Hackett, Jerry F. 

Hackett. Keith A 

Hackman, Mary F. 544 

Hackney, Laura M 

Hackworth. Francme 51 5 

Hackworlh. Kenneth W. 544 

Hadden. Sarah E 515 

Haddix, Rodney D 

Haden, Mary L 

Hadley. Barbara C. 

Hadley, Colene F 

Haeberlm. Glenn E. 268,544 

Hafley. Jo A 

Hafley, Joan T 

Hagadom, Nan C W 433 

Hagan. Ann R 492 

Hagan, Ellen M 

Hagan, Hubert L 544 

Hagan, Lydia W. 

Hager, Kathleen M. 515 

Hager, Martha J. 

Hager. Raymond A 

Hager. Ronald L 

Haggard, Allen G 

Haggard. Marilyn K. 433 

Haggard, Ricky A. 328,544 

Hahlen. Diane M. 544 

Haines. John A 433 

Hairston, Jo Ann 224,294,297. 

359,492 
Halcomb, Brenda G 433 
Halcomb. Fara L 331 
Halcomb. Harry 
Halcomb, Jane F 219 
Halcomb, Winston C II 302,433 
Halderman. Deborah S 544 



Hj 



e. Chnst.ne 
e, Dan A 544 
e. David P 476 
e. Donna J 544 



Hale. Lana S 
Hale, Marlene 
Hale, Mary A 
Hale, Ward B. 
Haley, Darhene E 
Haley, De.dn 433 
Haley James H 544 
Halfhill. Charlotte J. 353 
Hall. AnnaG 



Hal 



niamm F 433 



. Care 



A 544 



. Chnst.ne A 544 
. Dallas W. 
, D.ana M. 223 
, Donald C 

. Elizabeth A. 434 



Gross. Patsy L 221,359.403.492 


Hal 


Gary L. 274.370.51 


Gross, Roberta J 544 


Hj 


Glenda K. 


Grote. Carol A 544 


Hal 


Ins M 


Grote, Greichen A 544 


Hal 


Jack S 


Grove. Debra K 116.353 


Hal 


Jerry T 


Grover. Jane R 


Hal 


John A 


Grubbs, Karen A 51 5 


Hal 


John F 


Grubbs, Keith E 


Hal 


John T 


Gruber, Duane A 


Hal 


Joseph G 51 5 


Gruelle, Tony Raye 268 


Hall 


Juanita L. 545 


Gruenmger, Ronda L 401.515 


Hal 


Judy K. 223,515 


Grugin, Michael D 345.515 


Hjl 


Karen L 545 


Gubser. Stephen F 


Hal 


Kevin C 545 


Gudgel. Virginia W 


Hal 


Linda G G 


Guenlhner. Linda R 515 


Hal 


Lisabeth H 


Guffey. Beverly S 


Hal 


Margaret O 


Guffey. Bobby D 433 


Hal 


Margie A 353,434 


Guild. David H 


Hji 


, Norma S. 


Gullett. James N 


Hal 


Owen L 515 


Gullett. Michael L 


HALL OF FAME 201 


Gullett. Patsy J 544 


Hal 


Rex D 


Gullette, Frederick L 


Hal 


Rhonda G 545 


Gundlach, Judy C 302.329 


Hal 


Roland T 545 


Gunnell, Janet L 219 


Hal 


Roy C 434 


Gupta. Sun.ta 


Hjl 


Ruth C 


Gurley. Ronald 


Hal 


Sherrel K. 492 


Gutknecht, Ellen G 


Hal 


. Sherne L 545 


Guy, Karrol L 359,506.515 


Hal 


Sherry J 


Guy. Robert M 


Hal 


. Teddy 492 


Guyn Charles H 544 


Hal 


. Thomas N 


Guzzo. Sandra J 433 


Hal 


Tommy 308.492 


GYMNASTICS 266.267 


Hal 


. Tonda L 545 




H.,i 


. Truman S 492 


H 


Hal 


man. Howard E 249 




Hal 


is, James 


Haas. Marilyn K. 


Haiiock. Sharon R. 


Haas. Susan K 297.492 


Halloway. Frankie L. 


Hack. Michael T 


Hal 


oweli. Patricia A 



Halsey, George W 492.545 
Hal5ey. James W 
Halsey. Lester L 
Halter. Jack R. 
Halvaksz, Louis L 
Ham. Denn.sB. 545 
Hamblen, Patricia A 434 
Hamblm. Dewey 
Hamblin. Henry M 515 
Hamblm, Janice G 
Hambly. Robert J 
Hambrick, Roberta J 
Hamilton. Barbara S 



Hj 



nny G 



Hamilton. Dane R 545 
Hamilton, Daniel G 515 
Hamilton. Daniel N. 



. Dai 



' D. 



Hamilton. Deborah K 515 
Hamilton. Debra A. 223.545 
Hamilton. Finley R 
Hamilton, Gale M 434 
Hamilton. Glenda C 515 
Hamilton. Gloria 515 
Hamilton, James L 
Hamilton. Janice S 
Hamilton. Joan H 
Hamilton, Judith K. 545 
Hamilton, Karen L 545 
Hamilton. Karen P 153.219 
Hamilton. Linda A 492 
Hamilton, Mary A. 362.515 
Hamilton, Phyllis J 545 
Hamilton, Rebecca L 545 



H : 



Hd" 



niton, Richard K 
niton, Sandra L 515 

niton. Webber D 
niton. Wendy S 434 



..Gary L 367,515 
,. John G 
. Mary B 
, Melv.n D 
.Sue D 

er, Terry N 515 
ond. Anthy K 545 
ond. Jerry L 
ond. Jessie F 
ond. Joan A 545 
ond. Judy L 
ond. Leroy 515 
ond. Mary M 549 
onds, Gary R 492 
ons. Judith K 
ons, Linda K 565 
ons, Nell R 



s Pat i 



Hammons. Robert R 153 

Hammons, William C 51 5 

Hammons. William M 545 

Hammons, William V 237 

Hampton, Donald W 

Hampton, Elaine WB 

Hampton, George E 

Hampton, James L 

Hampton. Nancy L.F 434 

Hampton. Paul D 229.237,392 

Hampton. Paul D. 434 

Hampton. Percy E Jr 

Hampton, Ricky T 492 

Hampton. Ronnie J 305,410.434 

Hance. Beth L. 

Hance, John R 516 

Hance, Michael E 

Hancock. Randall P 

Hancock. Ronald L 

Handschumaker. Lila J 545 

Handzel. Stephen C. 

Haney. Connie A 117.295,362.444 

Haney. DC 164 

Haney, Dav.d T. 

Hanger. John R 

HANGING OF THE GREENS 

Hanks. Douglas R 516 

Hanks. John T 516 

Hanlon. Mary M 



Hji 



. Shai 



492 



Hannah. Mary B. 516 
Hannah. Ralph 492 
Hanrahan. George B Jr 385.492 
Hansford. Judy K. 545 
Hanson. Judith A 294.493 
Hanson. Kenneth S. 148 
Hapner, Lynda J. 545 
Harber. Hubert E Jr 434 
Harbm. Stephen E 367,388.434 
Harbison, Charles F 
Hardesty, Michael J 
Hardesty, Thomas L 
Hardin, Cleo L 
Hardin. Debra S 
Hardm. Irene 
Hardin, James T 
Hardm. Jane G 



Hardin. Jennifer 391.545 
Hardm. Peggy D 
Hardm, Robert L 
Hardin, Roger W 493 
Hardin. William E. 
Hardm. William R. 
Hardy. Charles E. Jr 
Hardy. Douglas S 516 
Hardy, Elizabeth C. 
Hardy. Joseph R 330 
Hardy. Melvm E. 
Hardy. Ronald G. 
Hardy, Susan K 
Hare, Michael L 516 
Haremsk., Michael B 247.545 
Hargett. Vivian M 476 
Hargis. Walter M. 
Hargrove. Dennis G 
Harkms. Melissa J 434 



Hatcher. Henry F 545 
Hatcher, James E 
Hatcher. Margo S 
Hatfield. Bertie D 
Hatfield, Guy 367.388 
Hatfield, Joseph 
Hatfield, Lois C. 434 
Hatfield. Ronald L. 545 
Hatfield, William HJ 225 
Hathaway. George R 
Hatton, Carl E 
Hauser. Cheryl S. 545 
Hausman, Deborah K 
Haverkos. Nicholas L. 375 
Haviland. Janice L 
Havr.lla. Robert M. 516 



. Wil 



nbald r 



Harlan, Wendell H 


Hawkins. BlaneS 


Harlow, Mary H. 


Hawkins, Deborah J 545 


Harlow. William E 


Hawkins, Donald L 


Harmon. Allen M. 516 


Hawkins, Linda P 390 


Harmon, Brenda C C 


Hawkins. Pameha L 


Harmon. Hazel M 


Hawkins. Sharon D 434 


Harmon. Michael A 


Hawkins, Susan K 493 


Harmon. Paul M. 


Hawkins, Thomas W 


Harmon. Peggy A 493 


Hawks, Kathleen A 545 


Harmon. Terr. G L 493 


Hawksworth, Linda M 516 


Harned, Beverly S. 545 


Hawley. Brian K. 


Harness, Grace H 


Hawley. Robert C 517 


Harney. Thomas E 


Hay. Deborah S. 


Harmsh. Judith A 


Hay. Judith E. 


Harmsh, Martha L. 


Hay, Paul B. 


Harp, Gary R. 


Hayden. Gwendolyn W. 434 


Harp. James S 303.434 


Hayden, Kathleen A 


Harp, Joseph T 545 


Hayden, Mexico Jr 


Harper, C Rowe 


Haydon, Charles D 


Harper. Chadwick R 481 


Haydon. James G 


Harper. Michael D 516 


Hayes, Dav.d M 


Harper, Thomas C 245 


Hayes. Elizabeth C. 315.545 


Harper, Thomas G 


Hayes. Glenn 145.301 


Harrell, Danny K 380 


Hayes. Mabel L. 


HarreH. Sharon K 516 


Hayes. Robert 


Harrington. James L. 


Hayes. Robert 185 


Harrington, Lee Ann 364 


Hayes. Roberta L. 434 


Harris, Bonnie M G. 


Hayes, Ronald V 


Harris, Charlinda A 565 


Hayhurst. Susan C. 545 


Harris, Charlotte A 493 


Hayman. W. John 476 


Harris. Dennis 545 


Haynes. Charles M 


Harris. Dorothy K 


Hays. Cecil D. 434 


Harris. Douglas C 


Hays, Gene W. 


Harris, Edna W 


Hays. Judy C. 


Harris. Frances G 316 


Hays, Ruth A. 545 


Harris. Gilda S. 545 


Hays. Sheila K. 


Harris. Helen J. 


Hays. Steven R. 545 


Harris, Jay D 545 


Hays. Teddy L. 301.434 


Harris. Karen S 545 


Hayshp, Nora L 


Hams. Laruetta J 304.434 605 


Haywood, Rebecca M. 545 


Hams. Marilyn A.M. 


Hazelwood. Deana R. 


Harris. Mary A. 315.516 


Hazen, Alan J 


Harris, Mathew C 


Head, Mary L. 545 


Hams. Mendell G 


Head, Randy R 


Harris, Michael D 


Heathman, Billie J.H. 311 .481 


Harris, Richard H 


Heathman, Lewis T. 


Harris. Robert M 


Heaton, Brenda S 


Harris, Ross 289 


Heaton. Danna V 545 


Harris, Rufus T 432 


Heaton, Richard D. 


Harris. Susan B 


Heck, James L. 


Harris, Thelma S. 


Heck, Judith CS 434 


Harrison. Barbara J 109.300.329, 


Heckman. Kathy A 545 


359.493 


Hednck. Marcellyn G. 310.434 


Harrison, Deborah S 545 


Heekm, Virginia R 221.359.405.493 


Harrison. Doris A 


Heffley, Steven D. 


Harrison. James C 


Heffron, Barbara A 493 


Harrison. Joyce L. 


Hehl. Donna L 517 


Harrison, Larry K 


Hehr. George P 


Harrison, Lawrence R 434 


He.d. Karen L. 209.219.293.434 


Harrison, Paul R 


Heid. William R 


Harrison. Peyton R. 


Heidelberg, Bernard P. 


Harrison, Wilma J 545 


Heidench, April L.E 


Harrod. Barbara J 545 


Heidench, John E 298,434 


Harrold, Linda E 


Heim. Sybil A 362,493 


Hart. Dommick J 


Heimsch. Carla S 545 


Hart. Jackie L. 


He.nzelman. Larry C 303,517 


Hart, Mtles E. 


Heisman. Neil 273 


Hart, Robert F Jr 434 


Heister, Randall M 


Hanje, John C 545 


Heitz. Edward J 435 


Hartley. Dav.d A 545 


Heitzman, Deborah A 


Hartman, Brenda W 434 


Hek, Ben L. 370 


Hartman. Deborah L. 516 


Held, John M. 


Hartsock, Susan J. 545 


Helf, Gary L. 435 


Hartwell. Robert 


Hellard. Dale R. 


Harvey. Donald R 545 


Hellard. Verla M 493 


Harvey. Paul D 


Hellard. William E. 


Harvey. Robert D. 237,434 


Helm, Finley 


Harville. Donald W. 


Helm, George 


Harv.lle. Edith M 516 


Helm, James H. Jr. 


Hasekoester. Penelope 493 


Helm, William S. 545 


Hasenstab. Terry L. 516 


Helmbrecht. Stephen L. 


Hash, Gerald R 


Helms, Caryn E 493 


Hash, Phillip L 


Helton, Charles R. 517 


Haslmger. Diane M 493 


Helton. Gary L 


Hassan. James F 


Helton, John K 328,545 


Hassay, William F 


Helton, Rebecca J. E. 


Hasselbach. Paul G. 


Hembree. Corbett 


Hast. W.lbert C Jr 


Hembree. Drucilla G. 


Hatcher. Ed.th E 223.297.516 


Hembree. Edgar 



594 INDEX & DIRECTORY GRE-HEM 



Hemmerle, Margaret J 545 


Herald. Adele L 293,493 


Higgms, Timothy M 


Hirst, Judith K. 


Holland, Lenard A 296,385 


Hempel. Daniel R 375,435 


Herald. Burton 


Hign.te. Darrel S 


H.rtzmger, Carol L. 517 


Holland, Mary A 311 


Hempel. Deborah Jo 364.435 


Herald. Elizabeth 


H.gn.te. Harold B 


Hisel. Gary F 546 


Holland, Thomas E 


Hempflmg. Jean C 545 


Herald. Gladys F 


Hignite. Vickie C 545 


Hisle. EvaSM. 


Hollander, Robert J 326,327 


Hempfling, Yvonne S 493 


Herald, Imogene 545 


Hileman, Richard L 


Hissom, Jack 245.247 


Hollar, Sharon L.S. 437 


Henderson, Audrey M 


Herald. John A 476 


Hill. Carol A 


HISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF 167 


Holley, Janet D 516,546 


Henderson. Billy 


Herald. Joyce A. H. 435 


Hill, Cathy E. 304.545 


Hitchcock, John R 546 


Holl.day. Carolyn R 437 


Henderson. Cathy D. 


Herald. Naomi R 


Hill, Charles A. 545 


Hite, Anne C. 546 


Holliday. Eliza J. 


Henderson, Charlene 481 


Herald, Paul R 


Hill. Clyde E. 


Hittinger. Richard A 


Holl.day. William A. 


Henderson. Clarenetta 517 


Herbst. Janet L 


Hill. Diane K 493 


Hobbs, InezC. 


Hollon. Elijah D 


Henderson, Donald C. 


Hermann. Gary N 


Hill. Douglas E. 546 


Hobbs, Pamela A. 546 


Holloway, James A. 532 


Henderson. Herman T 


Hern, Linda S 297.545 


Hill, Elizabeth M 517 


Hobbs. Patricia K.P. 


Hollowell. Gail R 495 


Henderson, James D. 


Herndon, Michael T 


Hill, James D. 493 


Hobbs, Phillip G 


Holman. Belinda J 517 


Henderson, Linda L 


Herndon, Myron D. 436 


Hill, Janie F. 362 


Hobson, Alice L 


Holman, Judy L 495 


Henderson, Nita K. 199.2CX3.219. 


Herren, Anne S 


Hill, John E. 


Hochwalt, Patricia A 546 


Holmes, Kathleen E 


224,435 


Herrick, James D 


Hill, Karen E. 546 


Hockensmith, Debra A. 


Holmes. Linda 1 


Henderson. Robert G. 


Hernck, Mark W 545 


Hill, Kathryn A 


Hodge, John R 437 


Holmes, Sharon K 546 


Henderson, Ronald W. 


Hernn, Gerald H 221,436 


Hill, Larry L 546 


Hodge, Larry E. 546 


Holmes, Stephanie 300 


Henderson, Sarah B 


Herrin, Linda M 


Hill. Mona L. 493 


Hodge, Linda S 


Holoch, Carl A 


Hendren, Donald B. II 


Herrmann, Gayle A 545 


Hill, Patricia A. 357 


Hodge, Melanie J- 546 


Holsclaw, Dennis S 


Hendren. Hubert F. 327 


Herrmann. Margaret L 298,436 


Hill. Richard Leland 


Hodge, Patricia A 354,388,495 


Holsclaw. Sheila K. 546 


Hendren, Linda S. 


Herth. Diana J 545 


Hill. Roberta B 147 


Hodson. Nancy L. 


Holt, Kathy G 


Hendricks. Charles T. 


Hess. Cassandra L 


Hill, Russell W. 493 


Hoefker. Jill M 


Holt, Ray W 517 


Hendricks. Steven H 


Hess. Edwin 160 


Hill, Samuel W 330.437 


Hoehler, Carol A 546 


Holten. Beverly A. 546 


Hendricks, William B. 


Hess. Robert L Jr. 


Hill, Sharon K. 493 


Hoeweler. Kathleen A. 


Holthouser, Suzanne R. 314,51 7 


Hendnx, Glen A. 88,91.385 


Hesse. Barb L 


Hill. Stanley W. 546 


Hofe. Kenneth A 51 7 


Holtzclaw, B.HS 


Hendnx, Steve R 517 


Hetzel, Joyce M. 436 


Hill, Thomas K 


Hoffman, Donna S. 546 


Holzknecht, Roger K 


Hennessey, Barbara N 


Heuser. Vincent J 545 


Hill, Thomas L 


Hoffman, Kenneth J. 395,495 


Holzwarth, David T 


Hennessey, James T. 


Hewetson, Albert D 436 


Hill, William H. 


Hoffman. Mary T. 546 


HOME ECONOMICS 


Hennessey. Jan L. 493 


Hewlett, Joe R 545 


Hillard, Jackie N 


Hoffman, Michael D 372 


CLUB 304,309 


Henn.nger. Connie R 359,517 


Hewlett. Reva A 


Hillard, Jana L 


Hoffman, Michael J 437 


HOME ECONOMICS. 


Hennckson, Janice 1 


Hewlett. William L 


Hillard. Stanley L 


Hoffman. Robert E 1 1 495 


DEPARTMENTOF 147 


Henry. Edgar R 292.517 


Hey, David Mill 493 


Hiller, Ralph M 437 


Hoffmann. Leslie 


Honaker, Jerry L 


Henry, Geraldme 


Hibbard. Janel P B 436 


H.ller. Susan E.K 437 


Hogan, Donald W 


Honchel. John F 


Henry, Kenneth W 


Hibberd, Brenda K 493 


Hillman, Virginia A. 


Hogan, Richard T. 437 


Honchell. Larry L 


Henry, Kevin M. 


H.bberd. Grover C 


Hilton, Joyce L 


Hogg. Roger L 51 7 


Honeycutt. Patricia A 


Henry, Lonme R. 


H.bbs, Susan S. 545 


Hilton, Kathy 


Holbrook, Delores A 


Honeycutt, Pauline 


Henry, Patricia 51 7 


H.ckerson, Edna M 


Himes. Linda K 305,517 


Holbrook. Geroge M 546 


Honeycutt, Randall J. 205,330.565 


Henry. Richard L 


Hickey, Lana S 


H.ndman. Douglas 219 


Holbrook, Gwendolyn 


HONOR ROLL 198 


Henry. Sue T 


Hickman, Sandra K 


H.ndman, Larry J 


Holbrook. Judith A 


Honshell, William H. 


Henry, Susan M 


Hickman, William III 


H.ndman, Nancy L. 


Holbrook. Michael L. 546 


Hood. James M 546 


Henry, Thomas M 517 


Hicks. Charles C 


Hinds, Merry C 546 


Holbrook. Remus D 


Hood, Raymond A 546 


Henslev, Bobby J 


Hicks, Charles T 316 


Hinds. Omma L 


Holbrook. Robert A 


Hood, Rebecca L. 517 


Hensley. Debra S 223,517 


Hicks, ClydaS 


H.nes, Dan.ese A. 316 


Holbrook. Tanya L 546 


Hooker, William J 


Hensley.Glenms N 


Hicks, James E 


Hmes, James W 


Holcomb. AllaS 517 


Hooper, Lucy M 


Hensley, Harry S. 258,301,545 


Hicks. Janet L 545 


H.nes, Mary C. 


Holcomb, Audrey K. 


Hoover, Gwendolyn 312,565 


Hensley, James D 


Hicks, John P Jr 223,385,388,517 


Hmes, Paul D 546 


Holcomb, Deborah P 495 


Hoover. Jamvee 


Hensley. Janice E. 


Hicks, Judy L 331,545 


Hmes, Ph.hp R 493 


Holcomb, Ronnie L 


Hoover, Mendol R. 


Hensley, Linda S 


Hicks, M. Susan 


Hmes. Ph.ll.p L. 


Holden, John Jr 517 


Hoover, Rebecca J F 


Hensley, Linda S 545 


Hicks, Pamela K 


Hmes, Ronald E 517 


Holder, Melanie L 


Hope, George L 437 


Hensley. Margaret F 517 


Hicks. Steven E 367,493 


Hmes. Susan D. 300 


Holder, Wmnifred L 


Hopkins, Cynthia L 331,546 


Hensley. Margaret M 517 


Hieronymus, Carolyn S 493 


Hmger, Sandra S. 437 


Holdstock, Michael J 


Hopkins, Dorothy L. 


Hensley, Michael W. 435 


Higdon, Garey D 436 


Hmkle. Deborah S. 


Holeman. Kathleen S 517 


Hopkins, Gregory A 


Hensley. Rachel E. 


Higdon, Gloria G. 219,436 


Hmkle. Lafe S. II 493 


Holihan, Ronald J. 253.292,310,495 


Hopkins. Joanetta 354 


Hensley. Troy S- 


Higgmbotham. Rhoda A 


Hmkle, Lana D 


Holladay. Marcy F. 437 


Hopkins, Judy L 477 


Hensley, Vicki L 545 


Higgins, Deborah A 532.545 


Hmkle, Leamon 


Hollan. Gary D 495 


Hopkins, Lawrence L 437 


Hensley. William C. 


Higgms, George E 51 7 


Hmkle. Samuel L. 


Hollan. Julia A. 


Hopkins. Lea A, 546 


Henson. James E 


Higgins, Gregory C. 493 


H.nkle. W.lma J. 546 


Hollan, Lois A 546 


Hopkins, Mary E 


Henson, Jane A. 


Higgms. Linda L. 437 


Hinkley, Connie D 293.493 


Holland, Anthony B. 


Hopkins. Pans E 


Henson, Lynda J. 


Higgins. Peter J 


Hino. Edward J 


Holland. Donna L 364,495 


Hopkins, Robert E 


Henson, Nelson C 435 


H.gg.ns. Suzanne M 329.354,493.514 


H.nton, Marcia A. 517 


Holland, Eugene W 546 


Hopkins, Walter M 




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INDEX & DIRECTORY/HEM-HOP 595 



Hopper, Agnes W 
Hopper, Linda A 
Hopper, Ralph E 
Hopperton, Gary W 546 
Hopperton, Rickey E 301 
Hord, Tracy K. 
Horn, Charlene H. 
Horn, Donna G 391,495 

Horn, William R 

Home. Betty J- 517 

Home, Harold L 

Home. Nancy C 

Homsby. Cathy D 

Hornsby. Charles S 517 

Hornsby. Robert W 437 

Hornsby, Wmnonia C 223,395.51 7 

Hornsby. Yvonne H, 

Horrar, Nancy L. 



Ho 



. Ne 



on D 



Horsley. Sandra J 360 



hh.n 



, Chai 



5 W. 



Horton, Michael D. 316,517 
Hoskms, Betsy C 
Hoskms, Beverly AG 
Hoskms. Charles R 
Hoskms, Howard W 437 
Hoskins, Leonard D 
Houchens. Dwight C 437 
Houdeshell. Nancy K 546 
Houghton, Susan K 
Hounchell, Monte S. 
Houp, Pamela L 
Houngan, Emily A 
Houngan, Roy B. Ill 495 



Ho 



>ttyf 



House, Billy C 517 
House, Brenda 495 
House. Charles S 
House. Ernestine P. 
House, James A 401 
House, Randal 437 
House. Ronald T 392,477 
House. Stephen E 
House. Susan L 
Houset. eld, Judith A 311,481 
Householder, Jerrald 
Householder. William 144 
Houser. Esther B 546 
Houser. Nancy E 390.517 
Houston, Anthony A 
Houston, Derrick J 316 
Houston, Harold B 495 
Houston. Rebekah J. 546 
Houston, Susan L. 353 
Houtz, Vernon D 
Hovekamp. George D 
Hovious, Darrell N 391.546 
Howard. Albert W 
Howard, Arthur L Jr 326,437 
Howard, Betty P 295,546 
Howard, Carol J. 495 
Howard, Clarence B 
Howard, Elizabeth A 294 
Howard, Frank B 
Howard, Gladys E C 
Howard. Glenn F 
Howard, Glenna 517 
Howard. Gloria C 

Howard Harry D 

Howard, Jackie L 

Howard, James E. 

Howard, James T 

Howard, Janet Denune 353.437 

Howard. Jerry L 437 

Howard, Jimmy R. 546 

Howard, John C 

Howard, Judith C 

Howard. Ledger 

Howard, Lou.s W Jr 327 

Howard, Molly S 546 

Howard. Nadine E. 

Howard. Nelson C 

Howard. Patricia A 

Howard, Philip E 546 

Howard. Pnscilla P 

Howard. Richard G 

Howard, Rita D 

Howard, Sh.rleen 219,477 

Howard, Susan 495 

Howard, Thomas E 

Howard, Victoria L 

Howard, Walter B. Jr. 546 

Howarth, Arthur M 

Howell, Harold V 

Howell, Stan C 495 

Howell. Tecumseh S 

Howeller. Kathy 359 



How 



n, Jo 






z, Virg.n.a A 517 
z, William L. 



HPER 310 

Hran.cky, Em. I F Jr. 437 

Hramcky, Jimmie C 495 

Hncko, Deborah M 546 

Hrubala. Bernard E 292.310,370.517 

Huang, Maw Shun 

Hubbard, Amanda L 



Hubbard. Beniamin R. 392 

Hubbard, Carol D 495 

Hubbard. David 

Hubbard. Deborah J 546 

Hubbard, EffieS. 

Hubbard. George W. 

Hubbard, Louise R. 437 

Hubbard. Ronnie L 

Hubbard, William S 

Huber, Mary C 294,295,359,517 

Huckins, Suellen517 

Huddy. Joellen 517 

Hudgens, Claudia L 

Hudson, Bilhe J 

Hudson, Charles D 

Hudson, Rhonda R 

Hudson, Robert L. 255 

Huenefeld, Deborah S 

Huff, Damon 

Huff, Patricia I. 437 

Huff. Philip R. 

Huffaker, Mary J 495 

Huffman, Carolyn R 

Huffman, Delona H 

Huffman, Durward W 

Huffman, Leon R 326.328.546 

Huffman, Linda K 517 

Huffman, Mildred 

Huffman. William E 235,237,275.292 

Hughes, Arthur A 546 

Hughes. Billie B. Jr. 347 

Hughes. Brenda J 223,517 

Hughes, Charles 

Hughes, Charles A 

Hughes. Charles T. 254,255 

Hughes. Jacky R 546 

Hughes. James M 517 

Hughes, James R Jr 437 

Hughes, Jody E 289.437 

Hughes, Joyce L. 495 

Hughes. Kay M. 517 

Hughes, Linda J. 517 

Hughes. Lonme B 

Hughes. Madonna K 

Hughes, Michael A 367 

Hughes, Otto L 237 

Hughes. Paula J 

Hughes. Pearl Jean 

Hughes, Richard P 517 

Hughes. Sandra R 

Hughes, William L 546 

Hughlett. Kathryn L 223,517 

Huguely, Garnett S 

Huguely, Julia E 357 

Huguely, Lucian 

Huguely, Margaret S. 437,495 

Huguley. Marsha H. 357,495 

Hulett, Ella L 

Huls, Linda K 359.517 

Huls, R. Kenneth 

Hulvey, Linda S 

Human, Wanda L 546 

Humelsine. RayA 327 

Humphrey. James G 517 

Humphrey. Jane B 

Humphrey, Sherry L 

Humphr.es, Alvm F II 546 

Humphries. Mary H 219,224,300. 

308,439 
Hundley. John D 
Huneycutt, Dinah G 517 
Hungate, Marvin L Jr 
Hungler. Debra L 311.546 
Hungler, Michael L 
Hunstad, Berme R 
Hunsucker, George M 
Hunsucker, Ulis L 
Hunt. Brenda D 546 
Hunt. Frances E 517 
Hunt. Grahams, 164 



Hunt. Mary A 

Hunt, Phillip W 290,308.495 

Hunt, Robert W 517 

Hunt, Ronald E 546 

Hunt, Virginia L 439 

Hunter, Barbara 

Hunter, Bonnie S 

Hunter, Charles E 

Hunter, Karen 316,360 

Hunter, Margaret J 439 

Hunter. Wesley K 

Hurak, Thomas J 546 

Hurd, Darrell L 

Hurd, Larry W 367,341.439 

Hurley. Orletta P. 

Hurley. Steven L 546 

Hurley, Tommy M. 

Hursh. Floyd D 495 



Hurt, Larry B 305,391,439 
Hurt, Linda G. 546 
Hurt, Rocky L 546 



Hurst. Carolyn C 
Hurst. Deborah J 546 
Hurst, LantieO 
Hurst, Linda R. 
Hurst, Reva 565 
Hurst, SallieB 517 
Hurst, Steven M 221.439 



INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH, 

DIRECTOR OF 132 
NTRAMURALS 269-281 
NTERDORM COUNCIL 297 
NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL I 
ovine, Rachel E 



Hutcherson. Ceresa M 546 


Ireland, Jo Anne B 


Hutcherson, Luther C. 495 


key. Roc D 


Hutcherson. Peggy L 546 


Irvin, Linda K. 


Hutcherson, Sally L 546 


Irving, Rebecca D 293 


Hutch. ns. Rose M 


Irwin, Dons J 439 


Hutchinson. Betty S 


Irwin, Harry C 237 


Hutchinson, Blanche M 


Irwin, James B 439 


Hutchinson, Diann F. 477 


Irwin, Victoria E 495 


Hutchinson, Jack T, 


Isaack, Donna S 439 


Hutchinson, Lora E. 


Isaacs, Allyn J 


Hutchinson, Rebecca 


Isaacs, Carol A 


Hutson. Joan G 


Isaacs, Floyd T 439 


Hutson, Philip C 


Isaacs, Irene H 


Hutton, Mary C. 


Isaacs, Janet S. 


Hutton, Ruby E 


Isaacs, John E. 


Hutton, Tmk 546 


Isaacs, KathryneS.H 439 


Huysman, Arnold N. 


Isaacs. Marilyn R 


Huysman, Keith H 247.546 


Isaacs, Rosie M 495 


Hyde, Judy 546 


Isaacs, Steven D 


Hyden, DonsC. 


Iseral. Pamela K 546 


Hyden, William W 


Isham. Witma L.W 


Hylton, MarjorieG 


Ison. Carlton E Jr 


Hysmger. Edward J 


Ison. Earl D Jr 546 




Ison, Gary L 


1 


Ison. IraT 517 




Ison. Jack 237 


Ibold. Nancy A 


Ison, Joseph D 495 


Ice. John 


Ison, KenzieP 517 


Idd.ngs. Rebecca A. 517 


Ison, Michael D 


Idle, Kenneth R 370,495 


Ison, Robert B Jr 


Iglehart, Robert J 385,388,495.532 


Ison, Ronald E 495 


INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY 


Ison, Vickie R. 


DEPARTMENT OF 148 


Ives. Steven R 382 


lnfant.no, Blanca I 439 




Ingels, Mary K 131 


J 


Ingram. Billy J 




Ingram. Charles R 


Jacina, Mary A. 312.395.495 


Ingram. Jeanne T 


Jack. Linda C. 


Ingram. Jennifer L 


Jackman, Cheryl J. 439 


Ingram. Marvm S 


Jackson. Alberta 517 


Ingram, Reba 439 


Jackson, Barbara G 495 


Ingram, Ronald G. 


Jackson, Betty D 546 


Inman, John H. 301.517 


Jackson, Brenda L 


Inn.s. Philip R 


Jackson, Candrid B 439 


Insco, James B. 218,380,439 


Jackson, Connie B 439 


Insko, Alice Cox 302,495 


Jackson, Douglas H 


Insko, James H 439 


Jackson. Earl G 


Insko, Michael A 


Jackson. Frances L 546 


Insko. Randy B. 


Jackson, Frank R Jr 


Insko, Theresa T 286,517 


Jackson, George D. 316,387 



Jackson, Jack 

Jackson, James 

Jackson.John C. 517 

Jackson, Joy L. 

Jackson. Judith L.A. 

Jackson, Kenneth T. 

Jackson. K.rk A 

Jackson, Linda C. 495 

Jackson, Margaret G 219,224.439 

Jackson. Margie A 311.395,546 

Jackson. Maria W 439 

Jackson, Mark S. 

Jackson, Mary B. 565 

Jackson, Merwyn L 

Jackson, Michael B 

Jackson. Patricia A 517 

Jackson. Robert M 

Jackson, Stephen F. 301 

Jackson. Steven C. 517 

Jackson, Thomas R. 

Jackson, Virginia L. 391,439 

Jackson, Wade G. 367,495 

Jacobs. Bennie J 

Jacobs, Deborah L. 517 

Jacobs, Deborah R 546 

Jacobs. Diana L. 517 

Jacobs, George W 

Jacobs, James E. 

Jacobs. Jenny L 

Jacobs, Karen A 362 

Jaeger. Mar.tyn S. 391.517 

James, Harry S 

James. John D Jr 

James, Judith Claire 221 

James, Keith 237 

James, Leslie A. 546 

James, Lloyd M. 546 

James, Saundra J 

James, Verla A. 439 

James. William J. 547 

James, William N 81 

Jansen, Victoria E 223,517 

Jared, Phillip L 290,547 

Jarvis. Karen S 

Jarvis. Ronald A. 

Jarvis, Virginia C. 

Jasper, Kathy E 

Jasper, Mary L 300.364,439 

Jasper, Richard C 

Jasper, Robert B Jr 

Jasper, Tara L 547 

Jaynes, Donald E 

Jaynes. Robert L. 439 

Jeffers. Jo A 315,547 

Jeffers, Sally N. 547 

Jefferson, David L. 




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596 INDEX &DIRECTORY'HOP-JEF 



Jeffri 
Jeffries, James G 
Jeffries, Revette L 547 
Jeffries, Stewart L 
Jeffs, Vick. D 517 
Jenkins, David T 303.439 
Jenkins. Deborah A. 390,517 
Jenkins, Douglas 



Jenkir 

Jenkn 



Jenkn 



Jan 



Mar. 



Jenkins. Martin S. 

Jenkins, Mildred R 439 

Jenkins. William J 382,439 

Jennings. Beverly J 

Jennings. Elizabeth G 440 

Jennings. Gordon W 

Jennings. Mabel 219 

Jennings. Margaret A 

Jennings, Marion W 

Jensen, Vicki D 517 

Jernigan, Thomas E 

Jessee. William K. 372.440 

Jester, Moseill B 

Jett, Amy P. 

Jett, Barry L. 547 

Jett, Gordon L 495 

Jett. Ricki L 495 

Jett. Wanda 

Jewell. Donald C 289,298,495 

Jewell. Gloria A. 517 

Jewell, Luther D 547 

Jinks, Virginia N. 315 

Johns, Barry C. 495 

Johns, Carol A 

Johns, Judy K. 547 

Johns. Kitty L. 495 

Johns, Margaret G 

Johns, VirginiaS 495 

.Billy F. 

. Brenda L. 547 

, Carol A 495 

.Carroll D 547 

. Charles F 547 



Johns< 



li.hn 



CUM 



Johnson 


Clayton M 517 


Johnson 


Coolee J. 


Johnson 


Damta AS 


Johnson 


Dannie L 


Johnson 


Dayle A 519 


Johnson 


Diane R 


Johnson 


Eileen D. 


Johnson 


Eudell D. 


Johnson 


Garnie M 547 


Johnson 


George R. 


Johnson 


Gladys N 


Johnson 


Gregory 440 


Johnson 


Gwendolyn E 


Johnson 


Jacqueline C. 


Johnson 


Jacqueline S. 547 


Johnson 


Jacquelyn S 


Johnson 


James C. 


Johnson 


James H. 


Johnson 


James S. 440 


Johnson 


Janet G 547 


Johnson 


John W, 


Johnson 


Judy R 


Johnson 


Kay A. 312,547 


Johnson 


Keen D 


Johnson 


Keith W. 440 


Johnson 


Linda J. 354 


Johnson 


Lynn R 


Johnson 


Marcia L. 519 


Johnson 


Margaret A 519 


Johnson 


Mark S. 


Johnson 


Marsha D 316,547 


Johnson 


Merle 


Johnson 


Michael C 


Johnson 


Micheal D 


Johnson 


Mike J. 


Johnson 


Nancy J. 547 


Johnson 


Noble T 495 


Johnson 


Olivers 


Johnson 


Pamela H. 


Johnson 


Pamela J. 547 


Johnson 


Patricia A 495 


Johnson 


Patricia H. 


Johnson 


Patsy R. 


Johnson 


Paul S. 



Johnsc 


n. Philip 495 


Johns: 


n. Ralph T 245 


Johnsc 


n. Randy T. 


Johnsc 


n. Sandra K 477 


Johnsc 


n. Sharon A. 481 


Johnsc 


n, Stephen III 495 


Johnsc 


n, Stephen T. 266.267 


Johnsc 


n. Steven A. 519 


Johnsc 


n. Terrence A. 


Johnsc 


n, Viola M. 


Johnsc 


n, William C 


Johnsc 


n. Winnie S. 547 


Johnsc 


n. Yvette A. 547 


Johnst 


on. Andrea L. 



Johnston, Guy D 265 
Johnston, Jean E 
Johnston. Michael L. 440 
Johnston, Richard C. 519 
Johnston. Ruth 547 



Jllh 



, Thel 



Jone 


s, Adda G. 


Jone 


s, Allie F. 


Jone 


s. Anita M. 


Jone 


s. Audrey Z 


Jone 


s, Bonnie J. 547 


Jone 


s, Cheryl E 398 


Jone 


i, Clinton A. 390 


Jone 


, David C 


Jone 


, David M. 519 


Jone 


, David P. 


Jone 


;, Debra A 519 


Jone 


,. Denise E 547 


Jone 


,. Dianne C. 547 


Jone 


>. Donald R 301.440 


Jone 


s, Douglas R. 


Jone 


, Eddie W. 


Jone 


,. Edward E. III 647 


Jone 


. Elizabeth T. 



Jones, George R 
Jones, Gerald R 
Jones, Gregory A 519 



J, ... 



. Herbert E 200,205,375,; 
, Hugh A. 547 
, Jacqueline 495 
, James W 



Jones, Jeffrey L 
Jones, Jerry S- 
Jones, Jessie L 444 
Jones, Johnnie G 482 
Jones, Jonell 



, Jori 



Jon 



I R. 



Jones, Lawrence D 495 

Jones, Linda A 

Jones, Lisa M 353.517 

Jones, Lloyd H Jr 

Jones, Lonnie C. 

Jones, Melinda 440 

Jones. Michael A. 372 

Jones, Nancy A 495,547 

Jones, Nancy A 

Jones, Nathan L 

Jones, Norma C 440 

Jones. Norman 

Jones. Norman E 

Jones. Norris D. 

Jones, Peggy D. 31 1 

Jones. Philip A 225 

Jones. Rebecca D 

Jones, Rebecca K- 519 

Jonas. Richard W. 

Jones, Roger N 

Jones. Ruben E. 440 

Jones, Sanford L. 42,302 

Jones, Sharon B. 495 

Jones. Sydney B.S. 440 

Jones. Teddy D 

Jones. Thomas C 519 

Jones. Thomas N 

Jones, Timothy C. 255 

Jones, Vicki L 547 

Jones, Vickie L 354.519 

Jones, Virginia K 565 

Jones, Vivian C 

Jones, Wallena 310,312 

Jones, William D 495 

Jordan, Anna F 

Jordan, Barry L 

Jordan, Carole L. 310,440,495 

Jordan, Daniel D. 245.247.477 

Jordan, David 

Jordan. Jan W. 495 

Jordan, Martha A 393,495 

Jordan, Mary J. 300 

Jordan, Ronnie G. 

Jordan. Stayce L. 300, 440 

Jordan. Thomas E 519,613 

Joseph, Betty L. 495 

Jouett, Sandra L 

Joyce, Barry A 

Joyner, Jerry E 

Judd, Diana L. 

Judd, Glenda R. 495 

Judd, Pamela K. 547 

Judge, Patricia M. 548 

Judson. Amelia Y 310,359,440 

Judy, Gerald D. 

Judy, Thomas M. 

Juett. James C 

Jupin, Lawrence R. 519 

Jurek, Elizabeth J 548 

Jurgens, Karen A. 

Justice, Chester Jr. 548 

Justice, Clayton 519 

Justice, Clinton D. 440 



Justice, Marsha D 362.495 
Justice, Nancy J. 548 
Justice. Robert E 
Justice, Sandra L 519 
Justice, Stephen 
Justice, William S. 
Justice, William W. 519 



K 

Kabithe, Daniel W 

Kadlec. Anna K 

Kaelin, Lawrence W. 237,375 

Kahlo, Margaret D. 

Kaiser, Vivian E 565 

Kale, Edwin T. 548 

Kalla, Mumir M. 

Kallop, Jerry L 495 

Kandle. Kathleen M, 359,519 

Kandle, Kirk M. 

Kane, John N. 440 



Pan 



. 519 



Kaplan, Virginia G 
KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 100,373 
KAPPA DELTA 362 
KAPPA DELTA PI 219 
KAPPA DELTA TAU 288,293 
KAPPA IOTA EPSILON 223 
KAPPA PHI DELTA 364 
KAPPA PHI DELTA 

DANCE MARATHON 522 
Kareth. Karen E, 548 
Karnes, George R 
Karpmsky, Constance 
Karpinsky, Michael W 
Karr, Eugene C 
Karrer, Kathleen A 
Karnck, Kathenn L. 495 
Karrick, Randall D 249 
Kash. Adrian 
Kathlina, James W 
Kaufman, David S 
Kaufman. Ronald L 440 
Kautz, Frank A 
Kavanaugh, Marilyn J. 316 
Kawaia. Galib E 259,328.495 
Kawaja, Mary A 519 
Kaylor. Dan E 376 
Kaylor. Michael R. 338,376,440 
Kays, Jerry D. 
Kays. Joseph L 
Kays. Rudy M. 376 
Keal. Renard R 
Kearney. Mary T 
Kearns. Jimmie A 
Kearns. John M. 495 
Kearns, Marlena B 519 



r ean 



.ley 



Keck. James H 
Keck. Norma R 565 
Keefe. Patricia K 
Keehner. Jayne L. 519 
Keeling, Charles E 548 
Keeling, Sharon L 548 
Keen, Jean P. 
Keen, William H. 
Keenan, Douglas E 
Keene, Rebecca L 519 
Kees, Linda J 495 
Kees, Nancy J 548 
Keeton. Chester 225,495 
Keeton. James L 548 
Kefauver, Patty J 293 
Keffer. Linda R 
Kehoe. Bob J 310.440 
Kehoe, Mary L 
Keith. James L 
Keith. Marsha E 565 
Keith. Nadle F 305,310.495 



k.-i 



, Willi. 



Ke.thley. Larry M 
Kelhoffer, Charles I. 
Kelhoffer. Herbert F. 
Kelhoffer, Linda W. 



Ken. 



, Chai 



Keller, David E 548 

Keller. Deborah L. 

Keller. Thomas E 

Keller, Tony 548 

Kellerman, Karen A 331,495 

Kelley, Barbara D 

Kelley, David M. 519 

Kelley, Donald W. 

Kelley, Donna L 519 

Kelley, James G 

Kelley, Jo A. 

Kelley. Larry S 

Kelley. Nancy L.J. 495 

Kelley. Nancy S 

Kelley, Robert B 

Kelley, Robert L. 

Kelley, Sarah K. 548 

Kellis, Thomas L. 375,519 

Kells, Robert L. 303,440 

Kelly, Brenda A. 

Kelly, David R. 

Kelly, Jerry L. 548 



Kelly. John C. 
Kelly. Malcolm H 367,440 
Kelly, Peggy C 
Kelly. Ralph D 495 
Kelly, Robert D 
Kelly. Roger A 
Kelly. Tish B. 295,362,519 
Kelsay, Kenneth S 219.224,496 
Kelso. Cynthia A. 548 
Kemerly, Ricky L 327.548 
Kemp. Jean A. 549 
Kemp, Thomas E 
Kemper, James Jr 519 
Kemper, John T Jr 
Kemper, Mary A 
Kendall. Carl M. 370 
Kendall. Ritchie H. 271 
Kendnck. Fatma J 440 
Kendr.ck. Ronald G. 
Kennedy, Albert S- 496 
Kennedy, Anthony W 
Kennedy, Donna E 549 
Kennedy, James F 440 
Kennedy. Jennifer L. 440 
Kennedy, Joan R 482 
Kennedy, Karen S. 519 
Kennedy. Marie A 
KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN 
LAUREL QUEEN 110 
Keogh, Barbara A. 565 
Kephart. Suzanne D 
Kepler. David M 330.519 
Kerbaugh, Glyn D Jr 
Kerby, Glenna H. 219,477 
Kern, Angela 294,295,314, 

359,519 
Kerr. Peggy J. 519 
Kesel, Nancy C 
Kessler. David L 380,440 
Kettler, Michael A 
Kidd, Bettina E 496 
Kidd. Brenda L 565 
Kidd. Earnest G 
Kidd, Elves, D. 
Kidd, Evelyn M 300.496 
Kidd. Hildreth C 
Kidd. Howard K 290,519 
Kidd, James M. 549 
Kidd, Linda G. 
Kidd, Roy 232,237 
Kidd, Sandra A. 519 
Kidd, Sharyan L 496 
Kidd, Virginia S. 311 
Kiddoo. Pamelas 549 
ney, Harriet H 
well, Boyd B 549 

Cidwell. Gold.e C 441 

Cidwell. Herman W 

Cidwell. James S. Jr 496 

Cidwell, Robyn M 

Ciefer, David T. 

, Charles L 496 
.Judith C.S. 300,496 



Iburn, Lucille 

Igore, Joyce K. 549 

lien, Judith A. 

Ilion, Bradley E. 

m, Yon 477 

mball. Gail L. 549 

mbrough, Reed D. 316,519 

nberger. Barbara L 519 

ncaid, Carole D 

ncaid. Harold F 549 

ncaid, Joan H. 

ncer, Mary J H, 

ncer, Roger D 

nder. Glen K. 

nder. Janice E 224.496 

nder. Judy L 441 

ndler, Thomas 

ndoll, Linda F 

ng, Addie R 

ng, AnnbruceG 549 

ng, Barbara A. 557 

ng, David C 

ng, Denzil O. 

ng, Douglas K 

ng, Edward Jr 237,392 

ng, Everett G 

ng, Gary S. 

ng, John M. 

ng, Joyce G 519 

ng, Juanita G 

ng, Karen S. 549 

ng, Kathy A. 

ng, Kenneth D 

ng, Kris A. 519 

ng, Mary S 

g, Meredith G H 
ng, Mitchell W 
n9, Pamela K. 519 
ng. Paul W. 
ng, Sara M. 
ng, Shirley R 496 
ng, Willie J. 
ngsbury, Carol J. 519 
ngsolver. Roy S. 549 
nker. Paula S. 305.496 



Kinman, Barry G. 519 
Kinman. Benjamin T. 376 
Kinman, Judy L- 496 
Kinman, Philip M 441 
Kinman, Rinda A 
Kmmon, Dorothy A 310.312,496 
Kmnaird, Michael W. 
Kinnard. Larry W 



.Willi 



I j 



Kinnetz, Eugene J, 247,477 

Kinney, Charles L 

Kinsolving, Lucien L. 

Kipp, Catherine A. 441 

Kirby, Ethel M 

Kirby, Larry R. 

Kirby, Linden D 391,549 

Kirby. Sheila L 219.441 

Kirchdorfer, Dorothy 549 

Kirchner. Clarence C 

Kirk, John B 

Kirk Phillip T- 

Kirk, Stephen R 370.388.519 

Kirk, William E 

Kirkland. Marcia A 482 

K.rkpatrick, Dorothy L. 314 

Kirksey, Larry 237 

Kirzinger. Robert S 298 

Kiser, Eric P 549 



Kis 



, Ma: 



I D 



Kiss.ck. Diana F 
Kitchen, Judy L 
Kitchen. Mona F 
Kitchens. William E 
Kiteck. Jennie B 
Klamo. Jo A 441 
Kleckner. Karen D 519 



D... 



sM. 



Klein, Kenneth C 292,496 

Kleme, Glen 221 

Kleine, Glen AW 

Kleme, Joan K 

Klenk, Gary G 375 

Klenk, Harold W 289,519 

Kleykamp. Joseph K 

Klingler, Patricia A 441 

Kloentrup, Carl J 

Klopfer, Michael J 219.272,367, 



Knarr, Emma C 

Knauer. Garry E 496 

Knauer, Shirley M. 496 

Knecht, Thomas L 496 

Knechtly, Verna L 

Kneisel, Richard L 

Knepfle, Lawrence 613 

Knight, Cynthia I 549 

Knight. John E 

Knight. Laura L 359.519 

Knight. Patricia A. 315,519 

Knight, Patricia C 549 

Knight, William P 

Knowles, Thomas C 

Knox.CaroleT 519 

Knudsen, Barbara I 293.310.496 

Koch, Richard J Jr 

Kochin, Steve L. 

Kock, Charles L 

Koehler. Robert E 

Koenig, Kathleen M. 519 

Koester, Jan R 549 

Koger, Helen N. 

Kogut, Paul M. 

Kohl, Patricia A 549 

Kohlbecker, Karen M. 

Kohlbecker, Kathy A 331.549 

Kohler. JohnE 

Kohls, Bernard R 

Kok. Kevin O 247 

Kolasa, Johnny R 

Kolinske. Richard J. 289,298,477 

Koiloff. Margaret B. 

Kopp. Garry W 

Kornrumpf, Sandra A 297 

Kostun, George W 

Kostun, Judith D 

Kottmyer, Cathryn A. 549 

Kovreg, Loureen A. 

Kowalski. Robert J. 

Kraig, Alice K 92,93,359,496 

Kraiss, Jerry W 249 



Kramer, Danny L 
Kramer, John A. 
Kranz. Karen E. 549 
Kraps. Don W. 
Krasinski, Charlotte 441 
Krasinski, David C 
Kraus, Steven P 
Krauth. Linda S. 549 
Krautwater, Kathryn A. 549 
Kremer. David R. 375 
Kreusling, Richard L 
Krucker, Richard S 496 
Krueger, Alan C- 380.442 
Kruer, Judy A. 
Kruse, James E 549 



INDEX &DIRECTORY/JEF-KRU 597 



Kruse, Roy J. 
Kuchenbrod, Karen L. 
Kuehn, David M 
Kuehn. Regina M. 549 
Kuehne. Maria 293 
Kuffner, Carla A 549 
Kuhn, Gregorv A. 
Kuhn, Pamelas 219 
Kuhn, Ronne A 
Kuhnhenn. Gary L. 
Kuhnhenn, Lynda D 219,442 
Kuhns, Sharon L. 519 

KuM, Douglas C. 519 

Kunst. Knsand L. 390,442 

Kurapkat. Margaret A. 223,519 

Kurk, James H 519 

Kurtz, Jennie L 519 

Kurtz, Richard E 496 

Kutchback, Robert C 223,385,519 

Kwak, Michiko 496 

Kwozalla, Steffani L 549 

KYMA 294 



LaFavers. Shirley R. 442 
LaMonda, Jane L 
LaSharp, Lineo 326 
Lacaden. Lenena 549 
Lackey, Elizabeth D. 549 
Lackey, Maurice L 
Lahley, Mary A. 549 
Lamhart, Aaron D 
Laird, Jennifer L. 549 
Lake, David L 290,442 
Lake. Gloria J. 
Lake, Jo A. 
Lake, Nancy D 
Lake, Terry L 290,367,496 
Lakes, Gloria R. 
Lakes, Judy L. 
Lakes. Melvin 
Lakes, Sharon F 
Lally, Kathleen A 
Lamarr, Janice C. 549 
Lamb, Janice K. 482 
Lamb, Jerry G 549 
Lamb, Mary A. 496 
Lamb, Nancy A 
Lambdm, David P 
Lambdin, Paula D 314,519 
Lambert. Danny C. 549 
Lambert, Thomas L. 328 
Lambert, Wesley 
Lampton, Ellen L 
Land. Gloria J. 
Land, Janet K. 
Land, Judy P. 
Lander, Walden E 
Landreth, John W. 442 
Landrum. Brenda G. 496 
Lane, Benn.e R 170 
Lane. Brenda S. 519 
Lane, Danny D 496 
Lane, Dav.d R. 290.549 



Lam 



/id W. 



Lane, Dennis L 565 

Lane, Jackie L. 

Lane, Jerry D 

Lane, Patricia A. 482 

Lane. Wendell L 

Lanfersiek, Michael N 

Lang, Hui Pu 477 

Lang, Victor E 

Lange, Bruce M 255,380.496 

Lange, Frank B 442 

Lange, Linda C. 

Langhorst, Andrea C. 496 

Langman, Regina B. 519 

Langston, Howard V 

Lanrtam, Terry A. 



Lan 



m. Timothy J 

m. William V 442 

. Gregory J 316 

, John R. 549 

, Paul W. 223,286,519 

, Joe B. 



Lanter. Paul C 549 
Lanter, Paul C. 
Lanter, Ted W 
Lape, Patricia A 549 
Larese, Larry J 477 
Larkey, James D 
Lark.n, Gary R 549 



Larrr 



, Jarr 



Lash, Charles E 
Laswell. Brent R. 442 
Lathrop, Phyllis H 
Latimer, Karen A. 304,394,496 
Latta. Charles M 
Laubenthal, Gary D 
Laudati, Joan W. 
Laughlm, James F. 
Laurence, Stephen M 



Lav; 



v Su,-, 



.■ M 



LAW ENFORCEMENT. 

SCHOOL OF 152.153 
Lawler. Deborah L 311,519 
Lawler. Mark A 
Lawless, Carol T. 
Lawless, Carson R. 
Lawless. Mark A. 549 
Lawrence, Deborah 549 
Lawrence, Dennis W. 519 
Lawrence, Gary S. 519 
Laws, Elizabeth S 482 
Lawson. Carl E Jr. 
Lawson, Constance M. 
Lawson, Deborah 519 
Lawson, Frances G. 442 
Lawson, Frank D. 442 
Lawson, Fred 
Lawson, Gail A. 549 
Lawson, Harry B. 519 
Lawson, Henrietta 565 
Lawson. James F. 
Lawson. John 320 
Lawson, Linda S. 
Lawson. Patricia E 565 
Lawson, Patsy L 565 
Lawson, Peggy R. 
Lawson, Ronnie S. 
Lawson, Stanley G. 
Lay, Arlie J Jr 
Lay, Claude P Jr 496 
Lay, Irene 
Lay, Jewell G. 
Laycock, Michael G 
Layford, Mary J. 
Layman. Gary L. 
Layman, Martha J 
Layman, Thomas E. 443 
Layne, David A 
Layne, Freda L. 519 
Laytart. Robert W. 
Layton, Cecil B. 519 
Lazza, Linda A 496 
LeMaster, Rebekah R 
LeMay, Linda J. 549 
LeMay. Peggy A 496 
LeValley, Lisbeth K. 549 
Leach, Brenda G 
Leach. James P. 519 
Leach, Jerry D. 
Leach, Judy C D 
Leach, Kathy J. 496 
Leach, Leslie M. 154 
Leach, Linda G- 519 
Leake, John C. 496 
Lear, Rice W 382.496 
Leary, Carolyn A.P 
Leary, Larry L 
Leasor. Gary D 219.443 
Leathers, Donald R Jr 549 
Leavell, James F 549 
Ledford. Eileen G. 496 
Ledford, Joan M. 443 
Ledford, Kenneth H. 
Ledford, Laura D 549 
Ledford, Norman A 
Ledford, Patricia D.M. 443 
Ledford, Phyllis W. 
Ledford, Ronald M. 443 
Ledington, Sandra LB 
Leed. Brenda J 549 
Lee. Chee 

Lee, Deborah A. 519 
Lee, Donald G. 519 
Lee. Frances N 549 
Lee, James A. 172 

Lee, Janet K 

Lee, Lenville R. 

Lee, Lok 

Lee, Patsy J, 

Lee, Robert E 

Lee, Roy D. 

Leet. David L 

Lefevers, Arthur Jr. 565 

Lefevers, Jerry W 443 

Lefevers, LonmeS. M. 496 

Legel. Dan.e! J. 549 

Legel, Linda C 

Leger, Robert E. 

Lehman, Madonna L. 565 

Leinbach, Paula 

Leith, Dalton W 

LeMaster, Rebehah R. 353,443 

Lemmons, Jack SO 

Lemons, Shirley J. 

Lenahan, Thomas D 

Lenberger. Shern L. 549 

Lennart, Adnenne H 309,395,549 

Lentz, James L. 

Lentz, Steven F. 

Leonard, Anna M.S. 

Lester, Denis C. 

Lester, Edwin C. 

Lester, James C 

Lethgo, Nancy L. 443 

Letton, Thomas L 

Leung. Samuel S. 164 

Leumg. Jill A. 224,496 



Levine. Jacqueline A 
Lewallen, Carl L. 549 
Lewellyn, Jack 255,257 
Lewis, Anne J. 549 
Lewis, Beverly C. 549 
Lewis, Bruce R. 
Lewis, Carolyn S. 443 
Lewis, Charles R 
Lewis, Clyde J. 136 
Lewis, David E 519 
Lewis, Deborah K 549 
Lewis, Duane A. 496 
Lewis, George E. 307 
Lewis, Georgia A 



L.v. 



..Jan 



Lewis, James M 443 

Lewis, Jennifer L 

Lewis. Jerry L. 

Lewis, Mervyn 249,565 

Lewis, Phaon T 

Lewis, Shirley M. 496 

Lewis. Stephen S. 310,443 

Lewis, Susan G. 

Lewis, Ton. K 295,362,519 

Lewis, William B 



Lew 



;. Wil 



L'bbey, James K. 
Lichtenberger, Clay 
Lichty, Daniel A 
L.ckert, Susan K. 223,520 
Lieske. Coleen S. 
Lightner, Linda J. 
Lightner, Ricky P 359,444 
Lightner, Sherne T 
Liles, Philip A. 296,375 
Lillis, Gail P 201,444 
Lilly, Robert A. 496 
Lin, Horng J. 477 
Linden, Kay L 
Lmder, Barbara A 482 
Lmder, Earnest J 306.549 
Lindsay. Bryan E. 138 
Lindsay, Jacqueline S 
Lindsey, Ella J 
Lmdsey, William R 
Lmebauga, David C. 382 
Lmgruen, Nancy L. 549 



<Cha 



s W 



Lmkous. DianiaC. 
Linville, Donald G. 
Lmville, Larry E. 



!. Na 



. 549 



Lipke, W.I 
Lipps, Joyce 520 
Lipps, Katherme 520 
Lipps, Ralph 
Lippy, John J. 565 
Lippy, Julia M. 
Lisanby, William C 
Lisi, Richard R 
Lisle. James P 303,444 
Litteral, Carolyn S 444 
Little, Bobby G 
Little, Celestme A 
Little, David H. 
Little, David S 
Little, Helen L. 520 
Little, James B. 
Little, Larry J 
Little, Norman 
Little. PalmaE 520 
Little, Phyllis D 
Little, Richard D 549 
Little, Warren B. 



L.ttrell, Terrence A. 

Livengood, Brenda N. 

Livengood, Delmer H 

Livmgood, Rita G. 496 

Lloyd. Connie P 

Lloyd. David M. 382.444 

Loader, Teresa K 359,520 

Lobb, Delbert L. 

Lobb, Ronald G. 

Lobono. Vincent J. 496 

Locker, Teresa K. 444 

Lockhart, Scott C 

Locknane, Larry G. 219,303,496 

Lockr.dge, Billy 

Lockndge. Billy R. 376,496 

Lockndge. Diane 496 

Lockndge, Janet L. 549 

Loeb, Tina F 549 

Loewenstine. Richard 264.265,292 

Loftin, William G. 

Loftis, Carla Y. 496 

Logan. Margie B 362.496 

Logston. Gary D 



Lorl 



I M. 



Lohr, Valerie J 
London, Charles J. 387 
Lonergan, Thomas M 

Long. Bobbie D 444 
Long, Charles R. 205 
Long, Donald L, 445 
Long, Dorrance A. Jr 



Long, Douglas K 445 

Long, Gary M. 549 

Long, Gene R. 549 

Long, Gwenn G 496 

Long, Jane R. 312,496 

Long, Jarvis K. 

Long, John 139 

Long, John D 

Long, Kenneth J 315,376.495.600 

Long, Larry A. 

Long, Larry M. 445 

Long. Marilyn H. 

Long, Theo H 

Long, William H 

Long, William L 358,445 

Long, William W Jr 

Longaker, Frank E 

Longona, Noe A. 330 

Lonneman, Mary B. 549 

Looft, Stephen R 

Lose, Robert G. 520 

Lott, Jeron E. 520 

Lott, Rebecca A 520 

Louderback, Demse 549 

Loughmiller, Michael 

Louis, Stephan M 298,565 

Love. Carolyn S 549 

Love, Gary A 

Love. Richard F. 

Love, Tommie D 

Loveaii, Michael W. 

Loveland, Howard B. 

Lovell. Belinda E V. 

Lovely, Sandra K. 549 
Lowe, Deborah M. 520 
Lowe. Stephen F. 
Lowe, Susan L. 549 
Lowery, Charles O Jr 316.549 



Low 



, Parr 



Lownstem, Richard 392 
Loy, Janet L. 
Lubrecht, Barbara A. 482 
Lucas, Beverly J 549 



Lucas, Joyn R 
Lucas, Martin H 
Lucas, Robert M. 
Lucas. Rosetta 307.520 
Lucas, William S. 445 
Luckett, Jams M 
Luckett, Philip L. 520 
Luken,Tern A 520 
Lumsden, Barbara E 550 
Lunceford. George D 550 
Lundy. Sandra K. 550 
Lunsford, Eric B. 
Lunsford, Gary L. 
Lunsford, James B. 
Lusco, Pete Jr. 
Lusk, Danny 
Lusk, Polly A 
Lutkenhoff, Robert W 
Luxon, Judith K 520 
Luxon, Kenneth G. 
Luy, Jack A. 143 



Lyi* 



5 W- 



Lyle, Lynda M. 
Lyman, James T 496 
Lynch. Carolyn S. 496 
Lynch, Charles E. Jr 
Lynch, John W Jr. 301 
Lynch, Phyllis D 
Lynch. Robert S. 
Lynch, Steve A 
Lyndes, Gerald F. 496 
Lynn, Sam P. Jr. 445 
Lynn, Sharon R. 
Lynn, Thomas F. 
Lyon. Joe A 550 
Lyon, Judy 354 
Lyon, Marlene E, 224,445 
Lyon, Michael T. 
Lyons, David L 496 
Lyons, E. Evelyn B 
Lyons, Jack L. 
Lyons, James L. 237 
Lyons, Larry R. 
Lyons, Linda C 445 
Lyons, MikeC. 217,310,445 
Lyons, Paula G.H. 
Lyons, Violet M. 550 
Lyttle, Gail L. 111,316,557 
M 

MacDonald, Elizabeth 304,497 
Macaulay, Phyllis A. 550 
Mack, Carolyn Y 
Mack, Elaine 360.388 
Mack. Linda D. 316.550 
Macke, Stephen J. 520 
Mackenzie, James C. 370,497 
Mackey. Howard C. 
Mackin, Ann H 305,520 
Macy, Rebecca J. 362,446 
Madden, Eva J. 
Madden, James C 387 



Madden, James H. 
Madden, Jerry W. 
Madden, Linda S. 391,550 
Madison, Janice M. 
Madison, Loretta J. 
Madon, Vicki C. 520 
Madras, Karen M. 293,497 
Magee, Verna O. 
Magers, Jeffrey S 550 
Maggard, Deborah J. 446 
Maggard, James S. 
Maggard. Linda S. 550 
Maggard. Lon A 
Maggard. Robert E 
Maggard, Sheila R. 565 
Mahanes, Kenneth L. 
Maher, James A. 
Maher, Sandra J. G. 
Mahuron, Roger L. 
Mains, Joyce A. 550 
Mams, Patty L. 304,550 
Major, James D 
Makm, Jerry W. 446 

Malachowskt. Sandra L 

Malatesta. Winnie A 303,446 

Mallory, James R. 550 

Malone, Valerie L. 362 

Maloney. Robert C. 303.446 

Maloy, Richard E 200 

Mancinelli, Tern A 

Mandt, Mary B 329.550 

Mandt, Stephen A. 520 

Mangus, Lisa E . 

Mangus, William M. 446 

Man.on, Debby C. 362,388 

Mamon, William P, 446 

Manley. Carol A. 

Mann, Barbara J. 302,446 

Mann, Gary L. 

Mann, Marion K.M. 

Mann. Nancy A 446 

Mann, Thomas E. 385,520 

Manning, John L. 

Manning. Joseph C. Jr. 

Manning, Linda S 550 

Manning, Thomas A. 

Mantel. Linda S 221 ,305,308, 
407.520 

Manz. Mary P. 

Maranville, Robert L. 

Maras. Robert R 

Marcket. James V 

Marcket, Kathy A. 

Marcum, Brenda G. 



, Ed 

. Edward R. 

, Ina J 565 

, James C. 375,446 

, Joseph S. 



Marcum, Lucy C. 550 
Marcum, Robert C. 
Marcum. Robert III 
Marcum. Teddy F. 
Marcum, Vivian G. 446 
Marion, Vickie C. 550 
Markesbery, James R. 550 
Markesbery, William R. 550 
Markham, Charles E. 
Marks, Pamela S. 219,305.446 
Marks. Richard L. 305,497 
Marksberry, James R. 497 
Marksberry, Pamela A. 520 
Markus, Bernard J. Ill 
Markuson, Gilbert L 520 
Markwell, Joyce E 

Markwell, Loyce E 

Marlett. Kelby S. 446 

Marlett. Sarah Y. 295.446 

Marlow. Donna K. 520 

Marlow, Marcie L. 223 

Marlow. Sharon L. 304,520 

Marlowe, Jayne L. 297,550 

Marlowe. Martha J. 482 

Marmillot, Daryl P. 550 

Marquis. Gregory T. 446 

Marsh, Kathryn 

Marsh, Linda B 446 

Marsh, Thomas O. 

Marshall, Camilla E.S. 

Marshall, Charles M 387 

Marshall, Claudia M. 295,329,497 

Marshall, David G. 

Marshall. Deborah L. 550 

Marshall, Demse D. 

Marshall, Gregory L 375 

Marshall, John Jr. 

Marshall. Larry T. 

Marshall, Leslie S. 

Marshall, Letha 520 

Marshall, Linda S 520,557 

Marshall, Mary J 446 

Marshall, Richard E. 520 

Marshall, Robert B 550 

Marshall, Thomas F. Jr. 330 

Marshall, Virginia A 550 

Marshall, William T 

Marstella, Terry L. 



598 INDEX & DIRECTORY 'KRU-MAR 




Eastern fans fill the stadium to capacity on Homecoming day. 



Marston, Donna P. 446 


Mason. John M. 550 


May, James R 


Marteilo. Kevin D- 550 


Mason, Joyce E. 447 


May, Jon D. 96 


Martello. Michael J. 367,446 


Mason. Larry N. 


May, Kathy L. 550 


Martens. Pamela A. 


Mason, M.chael L. 316,550 


May, MaymeP 


Martin, Alice F.C. 


Mason. Randy G. 


May, Nancy G 390.482 


Martin, Allie B. 


Mason, Robert E. 520 


May. Patrick Jr. 290.305.497 


Martin, Arnold W. 


Mason, Sharon C. 


May. Robert T. 


Martin, Brenda 


Mason. Sharron G. 497 


May, Samuel J. 


Marnn. Brenda S. 520 


Massengale, Jeanne S 


May, Warren A. 


Martin, Canton G. 


Massengale, Robert M 497 


May, William C 


Martin. Charleen 520 


Massey, Donnie L. 520 


May. William T. 


Martin, David R 


Massmgale, Dolores 550 


Mayberry, George G 


Martin. Delilah A. 550 


Masters, Donald J 


Mayer. Kathy 551 


Martin, Diane A 297,359 


Masters. Michael J. 


Mayer, Waller T 308.310,394,520 


Martin. Donald C 520 


Masters, Pamela A. 550 


Mayes, Gwen 551 


Martin, George E. 


Masters, Patricia A. 


Mayes. Harold S 


Martin. George W. 


Masters, Patrick J. 370 


Mayes. Howard N. 551 


Martin, Gerald L. 446 


Mastin, Bert T. 


Mayes. Jerry G. 302,520 


Martin, Ginger L. 300,497 


Mastrean, Edward 375 


Mayes. Mitchell A 551 


Martin, Glenn D. 


MATH CLUB 305 


Mayfield. Janet T 497 


Martin. Henry G. 183 


Mathes, Peggy J 364 


Mayf.eld, Nathan C. 327 


Martin, James L 447 


Math.s, Robert J 375 


Mayo, Danny W, 


Martin. Jerry W, 520 


Mathck, Eldon R 


Mayo. Frances A. 


Martin, John R 447 


Matthews, Barbara J. 298,482 


Mayo, Thomas D. 


Martin, Judy W. 


Matthews, Terry L 


Mays, Harry V. 


Martin, Karen S. 


Mattingly, Brenda L. 497 


McAfee, Ernest C. 520 


Martin, Lee G. 550 


Matt.ngly, Constance 277,447,497 


McAfee, Phillip D. 247,550 


Martin. Linda K. 


Mattingly, Elizabeth 


McAlister, Karen L. 


Martin, Linda L. 447 


Mattingly, Herbert B 


McAllister, Wanda J. 520 


Martin. Lizabeth A. 


Mattingly, Janet A. 


McAllister, William 496 


Martin, Louie P. 


Mattingly, Lana S 550 


McAninch, Vivien D 445 


Martin, Marion M, 447 


Matt.ngly, Marion C. 376 


McArthur. Donna B. 532,550 


Martin, Monte H. 


Matz. Linda S. 550 


McAskill, Elizabeth 520 


Martin, Norman A Jr. 


Mauney, Bobby G. Jr. 550 


McBrayer, Carroll S. 


Martin, Patrick D. 385,520 


Maupm, Barbara J. 


McBrayer, Mary E 309,445 


Martin, Phyllis C 


Maupm, Carol Williams 447 


McBnde. Marietta C. 


Martin, Richard G. 


Maupm, Dana L. 


McBurney, Connie K. 550 


Martin, Robert R. 38.122,123, 


Maupm, Edna W. 


McCabe, Kelta A. 364,445 


125,126,458 


Maupm, Mildred M. 


McCall. Evelyn L. 219.224,305.445 


Martin, Roberta F, 


Maupm, Sharon E. 550 


McCann, Paula 221.359,405.496 


Martin, Roger D 


Maunello, Rene L 482 


McCarren, Richard L 296,496 


Martin, Ronald A 


Mautner, John J. 


McCarthy, Jeffery A 


Martin. Sharon K 520 


Mavity, Patty S. 550 


McCarthy, Martha J. 


Martin. Stanley R. 


Maxson, Charles R. Jr. 


McCarthy, Patrick W. 


Martin, Teresa K. 


Maxwell. Jane H. 


McCarty, Cathy S 550 


Martin, Vicki L. 391,550 


May, Anna K. 


McCauley. Barry L. 


Martin. William A. 


May, Danny E 


McCauley, Gail L. 


Martinez, Julio C. 482 


May, David K 


McCauley, Linda F. 


Maschmeyer, Margaret 550 


May. Donald R 


McCauley, Mary H 445 


Masden, Danny R 367 


May. Douglas D. 


McCauley, Randall P 225 


Mason, Edwin M. 


May, Edward G. 


McCay, Harold K 


Mason. Gary L. 447 


May Elrene 224.362 


McCay, Thomas G 


Mason. Geneva E. 


May. Garry L. 225,497 


McChesney, James C. 


Mason, James T. Jr. 327,520 


May. Gerald 123 


McChord, Daniel S. 


Mason, Jayne A, 221 


May. Gerald G. 497 


McClain. Danny A. 496 



McClanahan, Donna F.D 278.315.496 

McClanahan. Judith A 394.550 

McClanahan. Mary L M 445 

McClave. Lisa E. 550 

McClearn, Randall G 550 

McClelland, David R. 

McClish, Dennis E 

McCloud, Robert W. 496 

McClure, John F 

McClure, Peggy A 496 

McCombs. Stephen H. 520 

McConaha. John B 496 

McConathy, Pauline E. 520 

McConathy, Phil W 

McConnell. Carol L 314,550 

McConnell. Nancy H 393,496 

McCord, Barbara A 482 

McCord, Imogene T. 

McCord, Karen E 550 

McCord, Laura J 

McCormack, Beth A 304,496 

McCormack, John M. 

McCormick, Gary W 496 

McCormick, Joanne R 

McCoun, Bobby A 550 

McCowan, Clifton E. 445 

McCowan, Grace A. 

McCowan. Randall E 

McCowan, Suzanne 445 

McCoy, Charles E 

McCoy, Deborah K. 550 

McCoy, Dustan E 

McCoy, Rebecca 

McCracken, Barbara J. 445 

McCrary, Michele A 496,557 

McCreary, Peggy R 496 

McCuddy, Virgil L. 

McCue, Kathleen M. 496 

McCullar, Connie L 550 

McCulley, Jackie L. 237,375 

McCullough, Donald W. 255 

McCullum, Janice M. 550 

McDanell, Margaret J. 445 

McDamel, Donald C. 

McDanrel, Jo Anne D. 

McDamel. Randy L. 

McDamel. Robert B. 445 

McDavid.Gary M. 52.326 

McDev.tt. Patricia E. 354,445 

McDonald. Bruce N 

McDonald, Deborah H 496 

McDonald, Deborah J. 362,497 

McDonald, Donna J. 482 

McDonald, Earl 

McDonald. Jeffrey G 445 



McDonald, John K 
McDonald, Lois A 
McDonald. Richard C 445 
McDonald, Rusty W 550 
McDonald, Susan F 304,497 
McDonald, Vicki L. 297.520 
McDowell, Calvin L 
McDowell, Charles W. 520 
McDowell, Herbert L. 
McDowell, Robert G 
McElwee. Andrea 
McEwan, Donald R 
McEwen, Joyce A. 550 
McFadden. Annetta J 
McFadden, Denver 221,445 
McFadden. John P. Sr. 
McFall, Judy L 550 
McFarland, Alison S- 550 
McFarland, David L. 550 
McFarland, John E. 565 
McFarland, Sheila S. 497 
McGaffee, Billy W 

McGee, Sharon G 316,410.445,557 
McG.II. Colleen M. 520 
McGinnis, Donna J 364,520 
McGmnis. Marilyn S 
McGinnis, Ronald D. 
McGlone, Bernard A. 520 
McGlone, James M 445 
McGrann, George E 
McGuire, George M 
McGuire, Judith E 314,550 
McGuire, Rebecca D.D. 520 
McGuire. Victoria L. 300.497 
McHatton. Dan T. 
McHatton, Regina B 



M. h 



Mcln 



e, Wil 



, Mai 



l R. 



Mcintosh, Charles D 
Mcintosh, Chester 497 
Mcintosh. Donna L 550 
Mcintosh. Edw.na520 
Mcintosh. Larson 550 
Mcintosh, Linda M 
Mcintosh, Michael D. 372,520 
Mcintosh, Ruby F 
Mcintosh, Russell O. 
Mcintosh, Viola F 520 
Mclntyre, Carolyn R, 550 
Mclntyre, Charles H 
Mclntyre, Elaine W 
Mclntyre, Rebecca A. 364 
Mclntyre, Ruby 497 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/MAR-Mcl 599 



Mclver, Jimmy R 497 
McKane. Kaihenne E 520 
McKav, Carol L 
McKay, Dean C 550 
McKay. Jeffrey C 
McKee, Beverly J 315.497 
McKee, Dan R. 550 
McKee. Paul N. 
McKee, Peggy A 364.497 
McKee. Ralph K McKeehan. Pnsci 
McKenney, William A 186 
McKenzie. James A 
McKenzie, Kathyrn H 550 
McKenzie. Martha J. 520 
McKeon. John A 
McKmney. Benjamin M. 
McKinney. Betty J 497 
McKmney. Danny 301,445 
McKinney. Debra J 550 
McKmney, James W Jr 376.497 
McKmney, Judy 
McKinney, Roberts 613 
McKinney. Roger D. 445 
McKmney. Wanda 
McKinz.e, Donna J 550 
McKitr.c. Elo.se J 446 
McKnight, Gregory L 
McKmght. James C Jr 
McKnight. Joe W 
McLaughlin, Glenn D 
McLaughlin, Nancy A 
McMame. Eva M 
McManus, Gary E 477 
McM.chael, Christine 
McMillan. Roger F 
McM.llen. David D 520 
McMillen, Julia F 
McMillin. Kathy J. 31 5,446 
McM.llin. Linda R. 
McMullen. Allen R 
McMulhn. Betty J W 
McMullin, Kathleen A. 
McMurdo. Bruce I 
McMurry, Dale F 
McNabb. Barbara J 362,497 
McNally. Adr.enne 520 
McNamara. Sonny W 
McNees, Ramona K. 550 
McNew, John D. 550 
McNew, Samuel L 
McNicol, Judith A 293.497 
McNulty. Edmund C 
McNulty. Jams L 550 
McPhail, James D 
McPherson. Jesse H 497 
McPherson, Joseph D 550 
McQueary, Beverly G 
McQueen. Emery G. 
McQueen, Robert B- 446 
McQuerry, Huston F 
McQuerry. Rachel L 550 
McReynolds. Don D 520 
McReynolds. Jay R 
McReynolds. Michael 
McReynolds. Sheila G 446 
McSwam, Thaborn L 
McVicker. Constance 497 
McWhorter, Ann B 
McWhorter. Barbara S 360,446 
McWhorter. Douglas M 
McWhorter. Jacky L 497 
McWhorter. Johnny D 
McWhorter, Mary L 446 
McWhorter. Roy V 
McWhorter. William R 446 
McWilliams, Dennis L 550 
McCoy. Charles A 
McFadden, David W 
McK.tnc. Eloise J 
McWhorter, RegmaS 308,446 
Meade. Charles C II 328.551 
Meade. Don C 
Meade. Douglas C. Jr 497 
Meade, Eugene 
Meade. Margaret A 
Meade. Orv.lle P 
Meade. Patricia L. 498 
Meade. Wellington R. 
Meader. Phillip E 520 
Meadors, James F 
Meadors. Karren R. 498 
Meadors. Shirley J. 551 
Meadows. Ruth A 520,557 
Meak, John J. 376.498 
Meckstroth, Daniel J 223,520 
Medbury, Newton E. 
Medley. Ginger A 293 
Medley, Joseph D 
Medley. Linda G 
Medley. Omah H 
Meece. Virginia A 
Meehan. Michael J. 
Meeks, Claudette S 
Meeks. Knsty L 551 
Meeks. Thomas K 
Meenach, Karen S. 31 1 ,482 
Meenach, Robert D 
Mefford, Orville W. 



Mefford, Sue S 

Megee. Carl W 

Megerle. Mark V 

Mehok, Paul T 

Meier. Kenneth H 

Me.neke, Donald W Jr 223.520 

Memer, Cheryl L 498 

Meisenzahl, Linda A 520 

Melloncamp. Nadiene R 551 

Melton, Georgia A 520 

MEMORIAM612-613 



Men 



, Mari 



MEN'S INTER-DORMITORY 

COUNCIL 296 
Mercer, Robert B 
Mercer, Watanna K 551 
Merchant, M.chele R 551 
Meredith. Gary L 477 
Merrick, George P 551 
Merrill, John W. 
Merr.tt, Chelsea C 



•:-.■" 



, Deln 



Merr.tt, Jack D 
Merson, Stephanie U. 
Mertz, Thomas E 
Messa Ronald J 
Messer, Alan M. 
Messer, George L 
Messer. Jerald M. 565 
Messer. John M. 
Messer, Sherry G 551 



Me: 



, Gan 



Messmer. V.C. 303 
Messner. Jackie L 
Metcalf. Cheryl L M 498 
Metcalf, Donna C 
Metcalf. Gary T 
Metcalf, Leo J 
Metcalfe, Jody D 
Metz, Nancy M 304.498 
Meyer. Delmon W. 498 
Meyer, Dexter I II 
Meyer, John W 
Meyer. Martm R 225.449 
Meyers. Barry V 
Meyers, Marcia L 
Michael, David L. 327,551 
M.dden, Leo K Jr 
Midden. Louis E 551 
Middlebrooks, Jo A 
Middleton, Chad Jr 
Middieton. Geraidme 
Middleton. James W 520 
Middleton. Marcia A 
Middleton. Merle H II 498 
Middleton, William C 
Mifflin, Mary K. 449 
Mike, Betty L 
Milburn, Billy W 
Milburn, Martin C. 255.449 
Milburn, Rex E 380 
Milburn, Richard B 
Milby. Gary D 551 
Milelli. Joanne 551 
Miles. Cordell M 
MILESTONE 402-405. 616 
Miles, Kevin C 253.551 
Miller. Arthur L Jr 551 
MILITARY DAY 324-325 
MILITARY POLICE 325 
Miller. Barbara E R 449 
Miller. Bradley R 
Miller. Cher, L 551 
Miller, Cheryl A. 312,498 
Miller, Chester W. 551 
Miller. David 



Den 



Miller. George R 385498 
Miller. Herschel P 551 
Miller. Jackie R 237 
Miller. Jacqueline L 551 



Miller. Janice P 
Miller, Jerry L 
Miller. Joan F 295.551 
Miller, John T 
Miller, Karen S. 219,449 
Miller. KathrynS 552 
Miller. Lacey E 328 
M.ller, Larry E 477 
Miller. L.MaS 552 
Miller. Lynette T. 
Miller. Mark A 520 
Miller, Mary A. 498 
Miller. Maude L 
Miller, Orv.lle D 
M.ller. Otis M. 498 
M.ller, Pamela M 297.449 
Miller, Randall E. 



Miller, Robert H 
Miller, Ronnie O 449 
Miller, Samuel J. 
M.ller. Sarah J.C 498 
Miller, Shelbie J 364,449 
Miller. Stephen R. 326.327,329 
Miller, Tom S K 



Mil 



, Una F 

. Wesley C 380,498 

. William D 



Million. Bonnie J. 

Million, Linda D 520 

Mills, Barbara J. 

Mills. Betty L 552 

Mills, Dennis G 298.307.520 

Mills, Gerald D. 520 



M,l 



, Jarr 



; D 



Mills, James R 326 
Mills. Kay B 
Mills, Larry E. 
Mills. Mary R. 552 
Mills, Michael B. 
Mills. Reda J, 



Miracle, Ronald E. 117 

MISS EASTERN 92.93 

MISSMILESTONE 117 

MISS PHOTOGENIC 118 

Mistier, Alan F. 449 

Mitchell. Bruce T. 520 

Mitchell. Carla J. 552 

Mitchell. Charles L 241.243,245,246 

Mitchell, Diane M J 

Mitchell, Dwight E. 265.499 

Mitchell. George L 219.477 

Mitchell. Joan T, 

Mitchell. John M 

Mitchell. Kenneth W 

Mitchell, Lester J 370 

Mitchell, Linda L Y. 449 

Mitchell, Martin V. 294,295,449 

Mitchell, Patricia K. 391.552 

Mitchell, Patrick M 

Mitchum. Anita K 565 

Mittel. Linda D 407.520 



Mi.- 



yn P. 



M.I 



s W 



Miltko, C Michael 375 
Milton, Anne L 499 
M.lward. Jane Y 
M.ms, Carl P. 
M.ms. Cheryl G 
Mims, Russell R 
M.nch. Christopher C. 22: 
M.mard, Ralph W 
Mink. Kelly W 
Mink. Robert J. 
Mink, Ronald L 
Minneman, David C 
M.nnich, Thomas L 520 
Minor. Karen D 353,388 
Minor, Myra G 552 
M.nton, Donald F 
Miracle, Ginger K 499 



. Marti 
. Phyll 



Moak, Jamie A 314 
Moberly. Beverly H. 
Moberly. Deborah L.A 
Moberly, James I 
Moberly, Julie E 
Moberly, Larry D 
Moberly. Phillip M 
Mobley. James R. 
Mobley. James S 307,552 
MODERN DANCE THEATRE 315 
Moermond. Sandra J. 552 
Moeves, Margaret J 552 
Moffett. Benjamin A. 499 
Moffitt. Jeffry D 477 
Mogg, Danny A 449 
Mohanty, Sarat K 
Molohon, Charles R Jr. 
Molyneaux, Julia A 353 
Monacelh, Michael T 380,449 
Monaghan, Deborah A 552 
Monaghan. Robert W 449 
Monarch. Rebecca S 



Money. Wanda G. 499 


Monfort, Robert D 370 


Monheimer, Edward L 


Monhollon, Carolyn J. 


Momcal, Carolyn L. 552 


Momn, Donna J. 552 


Montambo, Dan R 225 


Montgomery. Alice M. 390,552 


Montgomery 


Alka A. 


Montgomery 


Betty J. 521 


Montgomery 


Bill H 370 


Montgomery 


David L. 


Montgomery 


Gary 290.449 


Montgomery 


JoeG. 521 


Montgomery 


Marty M 


Montgomery 


Michael C 


Montgomery 


Norma S. 449 


Montgomery 


Wanda S 521 


Moody, Carl E 


Moody. Frances C.S 449 


Moody, John D 477 


Moody, Tommy F. 449 


Mook, Bruce W 


Moon. Jackie H 


Mooney, Dav.d L. 


Mooneyham. Shirley J 


Moore, Alice M. 521 


Moore, Barbara J 552 


Moore, Barbara S 


Moore, Becky J. 521 


Moore. Bobbie L 


Moore, Brian L 


Moore. Carol J 364,521 


Moore. Christine M. 


Moore. Curtis 


Moore Darla J. 


Moore, Dennis 


Moore. Oenn.s R 


Moore. Diana 114,199,300, 


359,449 


Moore, Donald E. 


Moore. Gale E 521 


Moore, Gary L 


Moore. Gregory H. 552 




M.I 



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600 INDEX &DIRECTORY'Mcl-MOO 



Moore, Gregory L 

Moore, Gwenda L 552 

Moore, Harry E 

Moore, Hubbard K. Jr. 385.521 

Moore, James B 261 ,292.385.521 

Moore. James E. 223 

Moore, Jerry W. 

Moore, Joanne 499 

Moore, Joseph M 521 

Moore, Joseph R. 

Moore, Judith E. 449 

Moore, Karen S. 552 

Moore. Kathy E. 

Moore, Lemon C. 

Moore. Leomane 521 

Moore. Linda F 

Moore, Marilyn E 552 

Moore, Marvin L. 521 

Moore, Mary E 

Moore, Maurice E. 328 

Moore. Michael D. 552 

Moore, Patty J. 521 

Moore. Paula C 521 

Moore. Paula F. 521 

Moore, Reba A 

Moore, Rhonda L. 

Moore, Robert T, 

Moore, Ronald G 

Moore, Rosalind I. 

Moore, Ruth D. 521 

Moore, Sandra S. 449,552 

Moore. Sherry C- 552 

Moore, Susan G. 521 

Moore, Theresa J. 331,521 

Moore, Wayne F 

Moores, Jennifer R 499 

Moores, Patsy A 

Moores, Tanya F 552 

Moores, William C 

Moorhead. Mary H. 521 

Moorman, Martin M. 

Moorman, Mary Jo 

Moorman, Sandra J 

Mooser, Kenneth R. 

Moran, Barry C. 

Moran, Robert K. 237.499 

Morefield. Roger D. 328,499 

Moreland, Judy A. 

Moreland. Melvm P. 

Moreno, Carlos A. 392,552 

Moreno. Sylvia 362.499 

Moretz. ElmoE. 197,393 

Morgan. Arthur L 

Morgan, Caldwell M. Jr. 

Morgan, David S. 499 

Morgan, Don E. 

Morgan, Dorothy S 

Morgan, Gail M 499 

Morgan. Gary E 

Morgan, Jacquelyn H 

Morgan, Janice C. 364,521 

Morgan, Kerry F. 

Morgan, Michael 552 

Morgan, Morris 

Morgan. Phillip W. 315.552 

Morgan, Rebecca L. 

Morgan, Sharon E. 

Morgan, Shirley D. 552 

Morgan, Susan C 449 

Morgan. V.cki A. 391.521 

Morley. Lucy A. 552 

Morley, Susan 

Morningstar, Noranne 552 

Morrell, Lawrence E. 499 

Morrell, Lynn E. 

Morns, Annett B. 

Morns, Beverly W. 449 

Morris, Bob R. 

Morris, Brenda G. 521 

Morns, David C. 521 

Morns, Deanna L 

Morns, Freeda A 521 

Morris, James L. 565 

Morns, Jerree A. 552 

Morns, Joette 293 

Morns, Linda L. 

Morns, Marcia C. 552 

Morris. Mark E. 

Morris, Mary J. 

Morris, Michael D. 

Morns. Michael H 

Morns. Nancy K. 



Morns, Paul C. 552 

Morns, Paul D. 328 

Morns, Rebecca A. 

Morns. Regina J.M. 477 

Morris. Rodger C. 286.307,521 

Morris, Ty K. 

Morris. William A- 188 

Morrison, Bruce E. 449 

Morrison, Stephen E. 

Morrow, Larry E. 



Morton. Marvin W. 387 
Morton, Thomas S 553 
Moscoe, Jay E 
Moseley, Carol A. 
Moser, Patti A 
Moser, Robert M. 
Moser, Shirley O. 
Moser, Suanne 
Mosher. Craig R 
Mosley. Sammy L 
Moss. Dale J. 553 
Moss, Karen L 521 
Moss, Peggy J.G 449 
Mossbarger, Mary A 362 
Moster. Alison A. 521 
Motley. Betty J 
Motley. Kathy J 521 
Motley, Merle L C 



Mo 



ntjoy 



Mounts, Clara E 394 
Mounts, David N 
Mouyeos. Thomas W 499 
Moynihan, Drew A. 
Mra;ovich, Glenn V 245 
Mudd, Angela M 553 
Muddiman, Larry D 
Mueller, Christine D. 553 
Mueller, Linda T. 311,553 
Mueller. Richard C 553 
Mullelly, Kathleen F. 
Mullen, Artie M 553 
Mullen, Stanford T 553 
Mullikm, Daniel J. 
Mulhkm, Linda C 



. Ch d fl 



. M 



is, Dennis W 367,499 
is, James L. 



. JdlT 



Mull 

Mull 
Mull 

Mull 

Mullins, John C 328,521 
Mullms, John M. 
Mullins, Kenneth B 
Mullins, Louise 521 
Mullins. Morell 
Mullins, Rebecca R 521 
Mullms, Rodney E 
Mullins, Ronald J. 
Mullms. Sally A 294,314,553 
Mullms. Walter D 
Mullins, Wanda I 
Mullins, Willard H 522 
Mumme, John S 
Muncy, Edith H 
Mundy, Anthony D 
Muns. George 168 
Munsey, Deborah L. 364.499 
Murley, Donna H. 
Murphree. James L. 
Murphy. Adrian R 565 
Murphy. Billy D 328 
Murphy, Brenda K. 553 
Murphy, Carolyn S. 553 
Murphy, Charles E. 
Murphy. Cheryl S 
Murphy. Gene L. 328 
Murphy, Jane E 304,522 
Murphy, John W 
Murphy. Linda L. 359 
Murphy, Lynn M 
Murphy, Richard M. 252 
Murphy, Stephen G 
Murphy, Vicki P. 522 
Murphy, William G. 
Murray, Bryan K. 
Murray, Glenna M 
Murray, Jacqueline S. 
Murray, Kenneth 



Ml 



. Chdn 



sW 



Murrell, Patne L. 280 

Murrell, Vernon D 

Murrell, Vicki L. 522 

Muse, Ricky L. 

Mus.ai. Gene D 

Musselwhite, Wayne 

Muth, James D 553 

Muth, Mary L. 

Myatt, Hannelore 499 

Myers, Carol E 300.308,499 

Myers, Cynthia A. 

Myers. David H 310,499 

Myers, Edwin E 367,449 

Myers. Frank W. 553 

Myers. Jackie D 

Myers, Judy 

Myers. M 1C hael B. 245.247,553 

Myers, Nila J. 

Myers, Patricia G 450 

Myers, Stanley E. 



Myei 



, Ste 



Mori 



,Tho 



Morse, Patn 



nas M. 

sC 449,521 



Morton, Anthony C 



Myers, Susan J 450 
Myers, Tom 130.285 
Mylum. Rebecca L.H. 
Mylum, Robert B 
Mynahan, Pamela R 553 
Mynhier, Cynthia B. 
Mynhier, James W 351,376.450 
Mynhier. Walter C 376.499 
Mynk, Michael T. 
Mynck, Michael A 450 



rj 

Naber. Sister Mary M 

Nadorff. Charles P 499 

Nagel, Kr.stine L 

Nagle, Carla J 328.329,553 

Nagle, Norma L. 311.482 

Nahlik. Frank J. 450 

Nail. Darlene Y 312.522 

Nalley, Donald M 

Nally. Lottie K 522 

Nally. Patrick L. 553 

Namazi. Kavoase 499 

Nance, Sharon 354 

Nance, Rebecca S 354,450 

Nance, Vicki L. 

Nankivell. James B 

Nann.nga, Elizabeth C 

Nant2, Charles W 

Nantz, Michael W 

Napier. Barbara J 553 

Napier. Charles E 

Napier, Lloyd W 

Napier. Mahala R. 

Napier, Maultie 

Napier. Raleigh 

Napier. Sandra L H 

Napier, William B 

Nash, Larry 499 

Nash. Threasha M 

Nassida, Frank R 

Nat.cch.oni, Carolyn 21 1 .31 2.450 



Nikirk, Fredda A 499 
N.les. Lucian E. 
Niper. Bradley S 
Niswonger. Susan J 304 



Oliver. Mark L. 533 



N,> 



Navarre. Richard D 499 
Nayle, Suzanne G 
Naylor, LonmeC 
Neace, Aileen 499 
Neal, DavidS. 553 
Neal. Drexel T. 499 
Neal, Katie O. 
Neal. Paula L 450 
Neal, Vicki L 553 
Neal. Vicki S. 
Nease, Hoover D 
Nease. Shelby W 
Needles, Kathy L 293 
Neely. Elizabeth T 310.499 
Neely, Jim R 499 
Neff, Joseph J. 265,292,522 
Neff. Richard L. 
Neikirk, Jean A 553 
Neisw.nger, Cheryl E. 522 
Nelson. Charles 167 
Nelson, Oeborah L 354,499 
Nelson. Donald T. 
Nelson, Gary C 394.553 
Nelson. John A 
Nelson, Nell B. 
Nelson. Stafford C 
Neltner, Richard W. 375,522 
Nett. Thomas V 303,522 
Nettle, Paul D 265,553 
Neufarth, John E 553 
Neumeister, George R. 328.553 
New, Charlottes 450 
New, Larry R. 
Newcom, James K 
Newcomb, Sam H 
Newell. Robert E 247 
Newk.rk, Patricia L. 553 
Newland. Kellon E. 
NEWMAN CLUB 395 
Newman, Paul S. 
Newman, Seldon W 
Newman. Sharon R 553 
Newsome, Anthony L 305,382 
Newsome, Loretta 522 
Newsome, Mary M. 390.522 
Newsome. Shelia F. 522 
Newton. Anthony Q. 
Newton, Kenneth M. 
Nicholas. David L 296.522 
Nichols, J. mmie L 
Nichols, Linda S. 
Nichols, Mary L. 
Nichols, Michael R 
Nichols, Robert A. 
Nichols, Robert A, 218 
Nicholson, H. Dav.d 306,553 
Nicholson, Kenneth 
Nicholson, Martha A. 
Nicholson, Michael E. 236,237 
Nickell, Barbara J 310,499 
Nickell, Catherines 
Nickel I, Donna S. 553 
Nickell, Linda C 499 
Nickell, Thomas L. 553 
Nickels, Polly M. 522 
Nickson, Malcolm E. 265,292 
Nicolak.s, TasosS 
Nidiffer, Phyllis A. 
Niehaus, Regina T. 309,499 
N.ehoff. Susan C. 522 
Nieland, Douglas J. 
Niemann, Melody S. 522 
Niemeyer, Frank B 450 
Niemeyer, Kenneth E. 
N.emeyer, Robert M. 376.388 



Mi. 



i W. 



Noble. Clara 553 

Noble, Dale 553 

Noble, Wanda F 

Noe. Ccrl O. 

Noe, Carolyn B 

Noe. Charles D. 

Noe, James S 

Noe, Jerry L 

Noe. Judy L. 553 

Noe, Linda J. 522 

Noel, Charlotte C 553 

Noel, Charlotte M 

Noel, Penny K 553 

Noel, William A. Jr. 

Noelcke, Richard H. 

Nolan, Barbaras. 305,522 

Nolan, Edwin J. 

Nolan, John P. Jr. 

Nolan, Joyce L. 499 

Nolan, William A. 

Noland. Gary T 

Noland, Irv.n Jr. 

Noland, Joel S. 499 

Noland, Penny G 

Nolloth, James P. 

Norcross, Jill A 450 

Norcross, Ronald L 477 

Nordheim, Daniel 218.450 

Norenberg. Mark E 553 

Norfleet. Rosemary 380 

Norman. Dav.d S 

Norman, Phillip R. 294,522 

Norns, Bert T 

Norns, Charles B. 

Norns, Charles L. 

Norns. Charles M. 

Norns, Raymond I Jr. 284.298.477 

Norns, Robert L 

Northern, Daphne L. 

Northern, Ernest B. 

Northup, William H 326,553 

Norton. Eddie T III 

Norton. George P 450 

Norton, Joseph M 

Norton. Marshall E 



\,.-' 



, Patn 



Norvell. CharleyS. 522 

Norvell. Lynn W. 553 

Norwood. Charles E. 327,522 

Nowhn, Lloyd E. 

Nugent, Eileen P. 224,300.393.499 

Nunn, ArleneM. 553 

Nunn, Arthur C. 372 

Nunn. Frankie L 565 

Nunn. Louie B. 38.122.136.329 

Nunn, Nancy L. 565 

IMunnelley, Stephen B 

NURSING ASSOCIATION 311 

Nutty, Beth A 310,329,522 

Nyerges, Helen P. 

Nyerges. Nora A. 



O'Bryan, Bernard B. 553 
O'Bryan, Sandra L. 533 
O'Dell, Carol D. 522 
O'Donnell, William F. 
O'Donnell. William J. 
O'Hara, Betty J. 565 
O'Harrah, R. Neil 
O'Nan, Clarence E. 533 
O'Nan, Kathryn L. 533 
O'Nan, Steve D. 522 
O'Neal, David M. 237 
O'Rea, Erie V 450 
Oakes, Becky A. 221,293.499 
Oakley. Kathryn L 522 
Oatley, Douglas W 
Ockerman, Steve W 
Odierna, Candace M. 522 
Odle, Bonnie M 533 
Odle, Merle R 
Odor, Howard B. 
Oerther, Beverly S. 
Oerther, John K. 450 
Ogden, Barry M. 450 
Ogden, Fredic 156 
Ogden, Steven D. 522 
Oglesby. Susan EC. 
Oglesby, William K 
Ogrosky, Wendell R 
OHara, Guy C. 
Oki. Mineko 
Oldf.eld. Brenda S 522 
OLD SOUTH WEEK 
Olds, Deborah S. 522 
Olds, Debra L. 533 
Olges, Mark A. 533 
Oliver. Carol L. 499 
OLIVER CONCERT 66 
Oliver. Douglas 
Oliver, John W 



Olivien, Peter N 385.552 

Olmstead, Janie93 

Olsen, Peter L 

OMEGA PSI PHI 386,387 

OMICRON ALPHA KAPPA 213 

Onkst, Donald R 

Opell. Linda L. 533 

Orchard, Cecilia 89 

Orem, Michael T. 

ORIENTATION WEEK 286 

Orman. Kenneth D. 522 

Orme. William T 

Orr, Steve W 

Orth. Joyce L 499 

Osborne, Charles F. 380,499 

Osborne, Elizabeth A. 

Osborne, Glenda F. 499 

Osborne. Gregory A. 523 

Osborne, Jack R. 

Osborne. Karen M. 

Osborne, Linda A. 533 

Osborne, Madeline G 

Osborne, Michael B- 499 

Osborne, Michael R. 450 

Osborne, Nila J B 565 

Osborne, Oma S. 

Osborne. Roy P 

Osborne, Sandra 213.450 

Osier, Chen A 533 

Oswald. Blame R. 

Ott. Glenn A 

Otte. Curtis D 

Otter, Jake 298 

Otto, Susan A 533 

Ouellette. Sue E 353.499 

Ousley, Delbert 

Ousley. Larry M 

Overall. James D 387 

Overbee, Mary R 

Overson. Hyrum W 

Overstreet. Mary A. 

Overstreet. Paula J 533 

Overstreet, Rebecca M 533 

Overstreet, Saundra M 316,499,557 

Overstreet. Shirley J 565 

Owen. Danny H. 499 

Owen. Jeffrey B. 

Owen. Marlene F. 450 

Owen. Morris W 499 

Owen, Stephen L. 

Owens, Betty S 533 

Owens, Billy W 

Owens, Caroline B 450 

Owens, Charles A. 272,367 

Owens, Delmar 

Owens, Devert J 

Owens, Guy E. 

Owens, Kenneth R. 499 

Owens, Lauren P. 

Owens, Loretta C. 

Owens. Manone E. 450 

Owens, Mary C 

Owens, Mary J. 

Owens, Mava J. 216.304,450 

Owens, Onna K H 

Owens, Sarah B 

Owens, William H. Jr. 



Pace, Audeen 221 

Pace, Cathie L. 

Pace, Jacqueline H. 

Pace, Johnny L. 

Pack, Linda S 

Pack, Nickey L. 

Pack, Pamela L 533 

Pack, Paul D. 499 

Padgett, Eva E 

Padgett, Jerry W. 

Padgett, Sue 499 

Paeltz, Christina I. 

Page, Charles E. 

Page, Larry K. 533 

Pahnke. Ross C 450 

Paills, Larry 327 

Paitsel, Brenda B 

Paitsel, James D Jr 

Palko, Edmund J. 523 

Palmer. Craig A. 533 

Palmer, Gary D. 290.391 .499 

Palmer, Kenneth H. 565 

Palmer, Susan J 359 

Palsgrove, Connie L. 295,354,486 

499 
Paiumbo. John A. II 
Panayotoff. Janet V. 296.314.364 
PANHELLENIC388 
Papst.Sharyn A. 523 
Parard, Chen S 
Parham. James B 
Parkhurst, Willis 224 
Pans, Kathryn A. 523 
Parish, Gary W. 533 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/MOO-PAR 601 



Parish, Pamela T. 533 
Park, Michael F. 399.499 
Park, Roberta L. 482 
Park. Sandra L. 450 
Park, Steven H. 
Park. Walter L. 
Parke. Al C 
Parke, Earlene F. 499 
Parke. Gale F 
Parke, Mary EM. 
Parker. Bill J. 290.291.499 
Parker, Jose Ft 565 
Parker. Katharine F. 
Parker, Patricia A 300,533 
Parker, Randall A 
Parker, Rebecca A. 523 
Parker, R.ta L. 499 
Parker, Robert F. 450 
Parker. Susan E. 
Parker. Willie C. 533 
Parkerson, Buford S. 
Parkerson, Nancy L 
Parkey, Ronald C 
Parks, Byron J. 
Parks. Deborah L. 533 
Parks. Edna 
Parks, Felecia L 533 
Parks. Gerald L. 
Parks, James C. 
Parks, Jarmilia A. 533 
Parks, Jerry L 499 
Parks, Juran O. 499 
Parks, Larry R 52,523 
Parks, Leslie D. 
Parks, Michael S. 221 
Parks. Phyllis A. 523 
Parks. Russell F 533 



Pjm 



n, Jarr 



sW. 



Parren. Claudia S. 499 
Parrett, David D. 477 
Parrigm. Arnetha F 
Parngin, Joy L. 450 
Parrott. John S. 
Parrott. Pauline H 
Parsley, Carl D 
Parsons, Clifford R. 
Parsons. Diana L 499 
Parsons, Donald E 523 
Parsons, Janet A. 533 



Par: 



. Jan 



3 M. 



Parsons, Kenneth L. 
Parsons. Sherry G. 565 
Parsons. Thurman M. 499 
Parsons, Twyla L. 499 
Partin, Janna L. 223.523 
Partin, Nevada A 
Partin, Ronnie R. 499 
Partin, Thomas E. 
Partin. VelmaP 
Partin, William J 
Parton, Wanda J 359 
Partusch, Marsha A. 362,523 
Pashley. Deborah L. 523 
Pasley. Alvm III 523 
Pasley. Howard B. 
Pasley, Joe W. 533 
Patrick, Alfred 178 
Patrick. Carolyn J. 499 
Patrick, Carolyn S. 
Patrick, Judy C. 499 
Patrick, Leora J. 
Patrick. Tracy R 
Patrick. Vicki L. 533 
Patterson, Billy D 
Patterson, Carl G. 
Patterson. Dorothy A. 533 
Patterson. Guy R 
Patterson, Janice L 533 
Patterson, John P. 
Patterson. Patricia J. 393 
Patterson, Thomas D. 
Patterson, Vicki S 533 
Patterson. Wayne R. 393.477 



Part K 



en T 



Patton. Alton 
Patton, Carl C. 
Parton, Franklin C. 
Patton, Glenda B. 
Patton, James D 450 
Patton. Jerry M. 
Patton. John R. 
Patton, Michael C- 
Patton. Rodney K 
Patton, Stanleo 
Patton, Teresa 533 
Paul, Gerald E. 253 
Paul, Karen L. 533 
Paul.n, Donald A. 266,499 
Paulson. Allan T 554 
Pawley, Wayne B. 
Payne, Albert B. 499 
Payne, Arnold 
Payne, Gerald E. 523 
Payne, Grover T, Jr 
Payne, John D. 
Payne, John H. 523 
Payne. Kathryn J. 
Payne. L Dawn 



Payne, Mildred E. 360,452 

Payne. Ralph W. 

Payne, Robert L. 

Payne. Sharon A B 

Paynter, Harry A. 289.523 

Payton, Martha J. 92.110.364,367 

Peace. Donald G. 295,380.427,452 

Peace. John B. 452 

Peace. John K 

Peace, Terry L. 

Peace. Warren G. Jr. 

Peach, Terry C. 

Peake, Gary A. 499 

Pearce. Allen C 



Pear< 



, Cecil 



Pearcy, Mary L 554 

Pearsali, Wayne G. 554 

Pearson, Alan L. 554 

Pearson, Debra 92,554 

Pearson, Jasper M 

Pearson, Kenneth C. 

Pearson, Thomas C. 499 

Pease. Tom M 

Peavler. J.B. Jr. 565 

Peavler, Larry J. 554 

Peddicord, Frank L. 

Peddicord, Martha J. 499 

Peebles, Helena S 554 

Peek, Thomas E. 452 

Peel, Nancy D. 293 

Peeples, Porter G. 

Peercy. Virginia I. 

Pellegnnon. James V. 198,200,201. 

452 
Pelly. Donald E. 305,382,499 
Pender, Adnenne 
Pendergrass, Betty A. 303.523 
Pendleton. David L. 499 
Pendygraft. Robert L. 367.499 
Pendygraft, William 
Peniston, Lloyd W 554 
Penix, Lonnie L 



Pen 



, Don 



aS M 



Penn. Kathleen 523 
Pennington. Barbara 
Pennington, Barry W. 372 
Pennington, Ernest L 554 
Pennington, Frances H 
Pennington. Frances K 
Pennington, James L 500 
Pennington, Larry W 316,523 
Pennington, Phillip O 
Pennington, Ronnie 316,452 
Pennington, Shelby G 
Pennix, Linda S 554 
Pennix, Shelby J. 452 
Pennix, Vicki A. 523 
Penrod, Vicki J. 
Pentecost. Catherine 554 
Peoples. Joan B 
Perdue, Connie D 523 
Perdue. Jerry L 
Perez. David F. 
Perez. Michael E 554 
Perkins, Barbara J. 364,452 
Perkins, Carolyn L. 310.500 
Perkins. Dons E. 
Perkins, James W 452 
Perkins. Joel 
Perkins. John S. 
Perkins. Judith L 554 
Perkins. Ricky L. 554 



P,.,i. 



; M 



Perk.nson, Steven R 

Perks, Sharon A.P. 452 

Perntt, Lea J 

Perry. Deborah J 523 

Perry. Donald E, 

Perry. Douglas W. 452 

Perry, Ellen S. 554 

Perry. Ins J 

Perry, Kathleen M. 453 

Perry, Keith M 367,523 

Perry. Linda G 500,565 

Perry, Marta J. 353,385,500 

Perry, Michael W 

Persell, Patsy E 

PERSHING RIFLES 330-331 

Persley. Beverly L. 



Petei 



, Arth 



Peters, Beverly J. 482 
Peters, Clement R. 
Peters. David M 554 
Peters, David P. 
Peters. Donald B. 237.523 



ry B. Jr 

en R 364,523 



an M 523 



, Wil 



Peters 
Peters 
Petersen, Gene W. 477 
Petersen, Judeen K. 478 
Peterson, Mary R. 500 
Peterson, Velma S. 
Peterson, William G. 315 
Petrekovic, Richard E 500 




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602 INDEX & DIRECTORY/PAR-PET 



Petteng.ll. D.B. 171. 

Peltengill, Mary L. 221,297.453 

Perter, Bill 303.500 

Peiter, Earl W 

Peveler. Paula J 

Peyton. Claudia J 

Peyton. Larry R 523 

Peyton, Linda C 

Pfaff. Sylvia S 

Pfalzgraf, L.nda M 523,551 

Pfalzgraf. Mar|one A 

Pfalzgraf. Thomas C 

Pfeffer. Claire F 500 

Pfeffer, Dan F 

Pfeffer. William J. 

Pfeifer. Carol A. 221,362 

Pfotenhauer, George L. 

Phans, Jo A. 554 

Phelps. Beverly A. 

Phelps, Carl E 301.523 

Phelps. Charlotte 223.331,523 

Phelps, David R 

Phelps, Deanne E.S. 

Phelps, Jackie L 

Pehlps. Joe F. 

Pehlps, Nancy G 

Phelps. Patty A 453 

Phelps, Rodes T 

Phelps, Tonya S 296.500 

PHI ALPHA THETA 221 

PHI DELTA THETA 374 

Phillippe. Jams M 

Phillips, Arnold J. 367.500 

Phillips. Barbara L. 523 

Phillips. Claude B 554 

Phillips, Clyde W 565 

Phillips, Connie L. 554 

Phillips. Francis P. 370.500 

Phillips. George M Jr 554 

Phillips. Henry W 

Phillips, Hugh G 

Phillips, Jesse C. 

Phillips, John H 500 

Phillips. John S 

Phillips. Juan. ta 192 

Ph.lMps. Kathy J 453 

Phillips. Kenton P 

Phillips. Matthew C 523 

Phillips. Michael E 523 

Phillips, Rebecca L 554 

Ph. II. ps, Samson W. 554 

Phillips, Susan G. 

PHILOSOPHY CLUB 306 

Philp. Germame 364,500 

Philpot. Came L. 554 

Philpot, Clara E 524 

Philpot, Edmond F 

Philpot, Harry H Jr 

Philpot. James T. Jr. 

Phipps, Linda E 

Phipps, Van M. 

Phoenix. Larry A 

PHYSICS, DEPARTMENT OF 169 

Piatt, Jennifer S. 554 

Picard, Michael H 500 

Picker. ng. Paul H. 

Pickett, Barbara 

Pickett. James M. 

Pickett. JaneD 524 

Pickett. Phillip M 370 

Pickrell. Gerald W. 554 

Pickrell, Paul G. 453 

P.eratt, William H. 

Pierce, Deborah A. 500 

Pierce, George B 

Pierce, George D 

Pierce, Randall 

Piercey. Naomi F. 478 

Piercy, Larry J 

Piersol. David J 

Pierson, Larry D. 554 

Pigman. Janet M. 565 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 335,338.377 

Pike, Janet M 500 

P.ke. Jesse T. 

P.ke. Pamela L 453 

Pike. Ronald L 

Pilant. Jeannie L. 331 

Pliant. Joseph L. 140.469 

Pilant. Marjone A 410.453 

Pindell. Madalyn R 

Ping. Denton P 

P.ngleton. Catherine 

Pinkerton, Jean E. 524 

Pinkerton. Robert S. 

Pinkerton, Thomas C. 

Pinkston, Charles T. 

Pinney, June E. 304.554 

PI OMEGA PI 219 

PI TAUCHI 224 

P.takos. Barbara D 554 

Pitcock, Nancy L 

Pitman, Cheryl AH 

Pittman, H.llman E. 500 

Piatt, Howard C 380 

Piatt, Nancy E 

Playforth, Janet S 453 

Playforth, Paul D. 



Pleasant, James D 330.404.453 
Ploetner, Billy G. 554 
Plouvier, William R 453 
Plummer, Bonnie J. C. 4 78 
Plummer, James K. 
Plummer. James K. Jr 
Plummer, Linda D. 
Pohlmann, Jeanne R 500 
Poindexter, David 
POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

DEPARTMENT OF 171 
POLITY SOCIETY 221 
Pollard, Barbara A. 
Pollard, Dennis H. 
Pollei, Linda D. 401,524 
Pollock, Robert E, 398 
Pollock. Sherry L. 554 
Polston, Dianne G 554 
Pool, Violet L. 
Pope, David B. 
Pope, James R. 
Pope. Janet M. 554 
Pope, Karren J. 316,329.554 
Pope. Pamela M. 453 
Pope. Thomas G 
Pope, Thomas H 
Popham, Warren E 
Popplewell. Kathy J.K. 
Port, Catherine L. 482 
Porter, Charles L 
Porter, James W. 237 
Porter, Mark A. 453 
Porter, Nikki R. 
Posey. Robert 152,225 
Post, Holly R 500 
Poston, Daniel D. 500 
Potrafke, Larry S. 
Pott, Kenneth L 376,500 
Potter, Bobby 

Potter, Elizabeth J. 304.554 
Potter, Frank E 
Potter, J. C. 
Potter, Michael J 
Potter, Michele E. 554 
Pons, Nancy E. 554 
Potts, Patricia J. 524 
Pons, Richard F. 338,372 
Potts, Richard L. 500 
Poulos.Alex 290 
Poulos, Saundra A. 331 
Pound, Edward R 
Powell. AllenS. 372 
Powell, C. June 
Powell, Carl E. 
Powell, Cecelia E. 311 
Powell, Charles N. 454 
Powell, Donna L.M. 
Powell, Garry M. 255 
Powell. Gary D. 
Powell. Gary L. 380,524 
Powell, Ivan J. 
Powell. J.C. 123,127 



Pow 



, Janice H 



Powell. Jeanne R. 
Powell, John A. 
Powell, Judith A. 
Powell, Judith B. 
Powell, Lester K 
Powell, Linda A. 524 
Powell, Martha J. 454 
Powell, Ray E. 500 
Powell, Richard 
Powell, Richard D. Ill 
Powell, Victoria G. 353,500 
Powers, Donald G. 208,205.218,454 
Powers, Mary A. 393.454 
Powers, Sharyn J. 354 
Powers, Van A. 
Powers, William A 
Poynter, Char les D, 289,478 
Poynter. Daryl L. 115.221,300.329. 
364.382.388.500 



Poyn 



. Jarr 



Ml,... 



:. M 



i312 



Prater, Bobby R. 

Prater, Dillard 

Prater, Frieda G. 

Prater, James J. 524 

Prater. John R 

Prater, Larry 

Prater, Otis Jr. 

Prater, Paulette H. 

Prater. Wanda J. 

Prather, Delia A. 219,308 

Prather, Kerry W 394,500 

Prather, Martha S. 554 

Prather, Sally J. 554 

Prather, Sharon A. 500 

Prather, Terry L. 

Prats, Harry J. 375,388 

Prats, Joseph R. 

Pratt, James A. 200,284,285 

Pratt, Michael W. 554 

Preece, Dianne C. 524 

Prehar, Bohdan 

Presley, David L. 



Presley. Richard L 
Presnell. Daniel J 
Presnell, Glenn E 261 
Preston, Betty P 
Preston. Charles L 
Preston. Dennis A 500 
Preston. Mahnda A 554 
Preston. Michael 524 
Prewitt, Edna B 362,500 
Prew.tt, Jan R 364 



Prev\ 



. John H. 



Prew.tt. Linda K. 391.524 
Prewitt, Mary A. 
Prew.tt. Patricia T. 
Prewitt, Roger W. 
Price. Barbara J 524 
Price. Brenda G. 500 
Price, Catherine M. 362.500 
Price, David S 500 
Price, Eileen D 



Pric 



Gail 554 

, Jerry L. 221,454 

, Nancy 554 
, Norma R. 524 



' J. 554 

r\ G 292.500 

■n R 261,500 



Pric 

Pric 

Pnddy, Howard L. 
Pnddy, Mar.lynn R. 
Pndemore, Janie 
Pr.demore, Phillip J. 
Pnng, Jonathan B. 



I'nr 



, Patn 



Pnnz. Judith E. 554 

Pntchard, Elaine M 

Pr.tchard. Patrick J. 454 

Pntchard. Paula S 

Pntchett, Deborah T. 304,500 

Pr.tchett, Rita J 

Prochnow, Harold A 

Proffitt. Mary E. 300,308.329,500 

PROGRESS 399,400.401 

Pruitt, Brenda B 

Prum, Byron S 

Pruitt. Edward K 

Pruitt, William T. 524 

Pryor. Edgar M. II 554 

Pryor, Larry F 

Pryse, Martha L. 554 

PSI CHI 219 

PSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF 172 

Puckett, David L. 390 

Puckett, George M 

Puckett, Larry M. 290 

Puckett, Lela J 

Puckett, Virgil T, 

Pugh, Jenny L. 524 

Pugh, Susan 454 

Puhr, Barry W. 

Pullen, Robert D 

Pullen, Wanda D 455 

Pull. am. Brenda S. 

Pull.am, M.chael L 554 

Pull.ns, Edward T 

Pullms. Hosea L. 



Pull.f 



, Jerri 



Pumphrey, Jack D. 
Pureed, Ishmael L 382 
Purcell. Jerry M 500 
Purcell, Ned S 
Purdom, Elmer R. Jr 554 
Purdom, William B 
Pursiful, Carol G. 
Pursifull, Karen A. 500 



Puln 



iifull. Oscar B. 

n. Lucmda J 500 



Q 



Quarles. David A. 

Quarles, Thomas C Jr. 

QUEEN ATHENA 109 

Queen, Mark T. 

Queener, James R 

Queener, Larry H. 

Quick, John L. 

Quick, Marguerite H, 565 

Quick, Suzanne M. 

Quick, William T. II 292 

Quiero, Melvyn F, 500 

Qu.ggms. Pamela K 359.370,455 

Qu.ggms. Sharon E 

Quinn, George D 

Qu.nn, Richard W 

Quire. Eddie L. 

Quire. Nancy L. 



Raabe, Stephen T. 554 
Rabenstein, Robert T. 455 
Rabuzzi, Paul D. 554 
Race. Lezl.e A 293.500 
Radcl.ffe, Rebecca J. 524 
Rader, Anne N. 565 
Rader, Breht G. 



Rader. Rexford N 478 
Rader. Valerie K 
Rader, Vernon C 
Raderer, V.ck.e L 554 
Radway. Dav.d J 
Rafford, Brenda J. 
Ragan, David Y 554 
Ragan, Richard D 
Ragland. Judith A 
Ragl.n. Charles T 
Rahamut. Dav.d T 
Rahamut, Janet C. 
Rainey. Deborah L 353,524 
Ra.ney, James E. 554 
Rainey, Stephanie L. 
Rains, Bill E 
Rains, Brenda G 500 
Rams. Danny O 
Rains, Eugene D 
Rains, Kenneth P 
Rams. Pamela L 554 
Ramville. D.anne T 554 
Rainwater, Harold L 
Ra.rden, Gregory K 376,500 
Raisor, Dennis S 290.303,455 
Ra.str.ck. Debra K 407.524 
Raker. Edgar A 455 
Rakestraw. Thomas L 
Raleigh, Dennis R 554 
Raleigh, J.C 

Raleigh, Martha A 31 1,554 
Ralston, Euberta J 554 
Ramey, Dianna L. 524 
Ramey. Don T. 382.388,455 
Ramey. Karen L 554 
Ramey, Sche.la B. 524 
Ramey, William R. 298 
Ramirez. Alfred N 263 
Ramsey. Alberta K. 455 
Ramsey. Barbara G 524 
Ramsey. David W 
Ramsey. Elsa 
Ramsey. Janice L 276 
Ramsey. Joyce M 554 
Ramsey. Lois A 500 
Ramsey. Michael L 
Ramsey. Paul A 
Ramsey, Roy L. 
Ramsey. William W. 
Randall. Deborah S 
Randall, L.nda C 455 
Randall, M.chael A 
Randall. Roberta L. 362 
Randolph, Randy E. 265,382 
Raney, Vicki S 554 
Raniero. Louis A Jr 455 
Rankin, Brenda L 565 
Rankin. Carolyn S 455 
Rankin. James W 
Rankin, Robert A 554 
Rankin. Sara J 455 
Rankin, Terry L 
Ranson. Catherine E. 524 
Rapp. Deborah J 524 
Rapp, Joseph G 525 
Rapp. Kenneth J 455 
Rash, Irvin R. Jr 249.298.554 
Ras.mas, Susan M 554 
Rasinen, William J. 500 

Ratcliff, William R. 455 

RAT COURT 286 

Ratliff. Arlan P. 478 

Rathff. Barry M 525 

Ratliff. Bernard D 

Ratl.ff. Bill.e K. 295,455 

Ratliff. Cheryl L. 554 

Rathff. Dallas B. 

Ratliff, Frederick C 

Ratliff, James M 525 

Rathff, Jerry V 

Rathff, John M 

Rathff, Mary A 

Ratl.ff, Russell G 

Ratl.ff, Sandra A. P. 304,455 

Rathff, Virginia K. 554 

Rathff. Wilma J.B. 

Ratzenberger, Judith 

Rauen, Patricia L. 224,455 

Rauf. Fredr.c L 

Rausch, Cathy S 525 

Rausch, Elizabeth A. 

Rawl.ngs, Richard B. 261 

Rawlins, Patricia L 

Rawson, Janice L. 362,455 

Ray, Carol J 554 

Ray. Deborah A. 554 

Ray, Doris J. 327,525 

Ray, Joan R 295,316,525 

Ray, John L II 

Ray, John T. 

Ray, Robert E. 500 

Raybould. Ronald W 

Rayburn, Sammye D 

Raykin, James W 554 

Raymond, Pamela S 

Razor, Lucia C 554 

Reagan, Larry G. 

Reagan. Mary L 555 



Reagan, Stuart A 208.205,221. 

401.455 
Reams. Blanche ED 
Reasor, Edward D 
Reaster, Thomas J 478 
RebMas. Thomas J. 555 
Rebmann. James R 478 
Rebold. Patricia A 312 
Reck. Bruce A. 

Recker, William A 219.303,455 
Reckley. Christine E 525 
Redd. Donna M 555 
Redding, Kendra J 
Redfern, Larry K 500 
Redford, Johnny A. 
Redman. Jesse L 
Redmon, Deborah A 362,525 
Redmond. Patricia A 
Redmond. Roy A 
Reece. Landis D. 
Reece, Linda LP 455 
Reed, Charles B III 265.455 
Reed, Cheryl A 565 
Reed.Cleary T 
Reed, Gary L 
Reed. Gwendolyn S 364 
Reed. Hannah L 525 
Reed, Jacqueline L 360 
Reed. Jesse 316 
Reed, Joyce I H 
Reed, Judith L 
Reed, Louis 
Reed, Lynne C 500 
Reed, Mary L. 
Reed, Michael E. 525 
Reed, Nancy A. 
Reed.OrvilIeK 478 
Reed, Patricia L 391 
Reed. Peter D 252,292 
Reed. Phillip G 219.500 
Reed, Robert E 
Reed, Webster L 
Reeder, Chris R 
Reeder, llaM. 555 
Reedy. Burnetta C 
Reedy. Gail S. 455 
Rees, Thomas E 
Reese. Dwight B 555 
Reese, Glenda M 
Reeves, Ben N 
Reeves, Charlotte M 
Reeves, Connie J 
Reeves. Curtis R 
Reeves, Deborah J. 
Reeves, Gregory A 
Reeves. James P. 555 
Reeves, Janice E 
Reeves. Sue J 
Reeves, Thomas A 500 
Reeves, Vickie L. 
Reeves, William B 455 
Reff.tt, David P. 525 
Reffnt. Douglas E 500 
REGISTRATION 30.31 
Rehkamp, Dianne M 555 
Reid. James F 390 
Reid, Judy T. 
Reid, Lawrence J 
Reid. Lucretia J 455 
Reid. Mary K 500 
Reid, Robert E. 
Reid, Ronald L 221.478 
Reid, Thomas L 237 
Reifsnyder, Jackie C 297.300.359, 

500 
Reilly, Alice J 555 
Re.ncke. Deborah F 295,555 
Reinders, Janyce L 364,455 
Remert, Steven L 
Remheimer, Rebecca E 221.500 
Re.nstedler, Kathenn 
Reiss, Jessie M 395,555 
Reister, Leo J. 
Reiter. Brenda L 92,93,112, 

311,359,525 
Reitz, Chris J 455 
Relken, Robert M 
Remy, Sandra K 
Renfro, Dorothy M 
Renfro, Harold D 
Rennacker, Verne E. 307.455 
Renner, Cheryl L. 500 
Renner, Janice M. 555 
Rentz, Marc.a J 
Requardt. Terry H. 525 
Resch. Daniel W 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. 

OFFICE OF 132 
Resop, William P 525 
Reuss, Robert P. 
Rexroat, Peggy J.D 
Reynolds. Barry E. 
Reynolds. Bertha M 
Reynolds. Beverly C 
Reynolds, Dan C 455 
Reynolds, Danny L 
Reynolds, Edith A 54.555 
Reynolds, EmmaS 



INDEX &DIRECTORY/PET-REY 603 



Reynolds, Eric T 456 

Reynolds, Enck W. 

Reynolds. Eugene P 

Reynolds, Gene K 376 

Reynolds, Glenda M 525 

Reynolds, Gregory R 290 

Reynolds, Harold D 525 

Reynolds. Hugh C 

Reynolds, James W 376,456 

Reynolds, Jane R 555 

Reynolds, Janel C 

Reynolds, Jimmy L 

Reynolds, Karen K 

Reynolds, Kendall D 289,525 

Reynolds, Lindsay Jr 

Reynolds, Raymond M 

Reynolds, Richard R 456 

Reynolds, Roberi J 

Rhea, James R 

Rhmehimer, Bobbie J 525 

Rhoades. Kathy A 300,304,555 

Rhodes, Byno R II 

Rhodes, Karen L. 294 

Rhodus. W. David 

Rice. Andrew W 316,555 

Rice. Betty A 354 

Rice, Betty K 555 

Rice, Edna J 88.89.91.456 

Rice. ElayneN 

Rice, George L 316 

R.ce, George R. 

Rice, Harry R 

Rice, James H. 

R.ce, Jo A 294,297,556 

Rice, Karen A. 

Rice, Linda W, 456 

Rice, OraE 

Rice, Pamela J 

Rice, Patricia AG N 

Rice. Peggy D 311.482 

R.ce. Robert L Jr 

R.ce, Rosemary 525 

Rice. Stephen P. 

Rice, VickeS 359.525 

Rice. WilmaC. 

Richards, Carol D. 

Richards, Charles R 556 

Richards, Nora E 556 

Richardson. Bonnie J 200,300 

Richardson, Connie J 556 

Richardson, Deborah L. 556 

Richardson. Donald W 

Richardson, George D 

Richardson, Jo A. 556 

Richardson, Karen R. 

Richardson, Kenneth D. 525 

Richardson, Leroy L 

Richardson, Linda J.M 

Richardson, Orestes 

Richardson, Patricia 500 

Richardson. Sharon S 556 

Richardson. Timothy G. 

Richardson, Vickie J 556 

Richardson. Vickie L 353 

Richens, Christine E 

Richeson. Angela R 390.556 

Richeson, Martha J 293.390.456 



n.Ge 



»N 



Richmond, Catherine A 500 

Rickett, Thomas H 

Ricketts, Becky B 556 

Riddel I, Donme L 

R.ddell, Michael L 

R.ddell. Paul M. 556 

Riddell, Thomas D 456 

Ridder, llene 565 

Ridder, RayT 

Ridder. Richard T 556 

Ridder, Robert T. 375,456 

Riddle, Stephen G 

Riddlebarger, Edwin H. 500 

R.denour, Debora S 

Ridley, Dwon C 500 

Ridley, La Sandra E 316,357,525 

Ries, Donna M 

Riffe, Gwendolyn 316 

RIFLE 268 

Riggins. Bruce E 

Riggms. James L. 

Riggins, Susan L 

Riggle, Christine K 

Riggle, Marsha L 

Riggs, Ann S 

Riggs, Elizabeth L 

Riggs, Jay C. 382 

Riggs, Mary H. 

Riggs, Patty L. 565 

Riggs, Roger D 

R.gney, Chandra R 525 

Rigsby, Donna B 456 

Rigsby, Edward I 500 

Rigsby. John P. 

Riley. Linda K. 525 

Riley, Mary E 353,456 

Riley. Rebecca T. 525 

Riley, Rita D 

Riley, Thomas J 556 

Rinaldi, Anthony 



R.nks, JamiE. 556 

Ripperdan, Sharleen C 300,395, 

407.500 
Risher, Beatrice M. 556 
Risi, Richard B 
Risk, Pamela E. 
Rismiller, Steven H. 
Risner, Brenda P. 478 
Risner, James H. 
R.St, Donald E. Jr. 
Ritchey, Barry 
Ritchey, Patricia M 293,456 
Ritchie, David T. 
Ritchie, Linda F. 
Ritchie, Terry L 289,298 
Ritter, Harnette A. 478 
Ritter, Kenneth M 
Ritter, Letitia A. 
Ritter, Sue K. 
Rivell. Frank W 
Rivera, An.bal 330,456 
Rivero, Carmen R 478 
Roach, Charles A. 265,55o 
Roach, Judge R 478 
Roach, Mary S 
Roach, Robert P 265 
Roades, Gerald D 
Roark, Leonard C 
Robards. John M 290 
Robbms, Deborah J, 556 
Robbms, Earl L Jr 
Robbms, Jimmy R 
Robbms, MyraS 
Robbms, Trudy D.F. 
Roberts, Bobby J 
Roberts, Claudia L. 556 
Roberts. Dan L 
Roberts, Danny L 
Roberts, Everett C 456 
Roberts, Glenda F 310.354,500 
Roberts. Harold R. 
Roberts, James S. 375.456 
Roberts, James W 556 
Roberts, James W 
Roberts. James W Jr 
Roberts, Judy L 556 
Roberts, Justine A 
Roberts, Larry L 525 
Roberts, Lynda K 
Roberts, Marvin K 
Roberts, Michael J. 
Roberts, Nancy S. 
Roberts, Pamela J 456 
Roberts, Rebecca A 556 
Roberts, Roger S. 255,500 
Roberts, Ronnie R 
Roberts, Stanley L 
Roberts, Susan C 500 
Roberts, Susan K 525 
Roberts, Wayne T 
Roberts, William G 
Robertson, Helen G. 
Robertson, James M 
Robertson, Kathleen D 525 
Robertson. Kevin M 456 
Robertson. Larry E 255.256,375 
Robertson, Sandra K T, 
Robertson, Vicki C.S. 
Robertson. Victoria G 525 
Robertson, Warren J 
Robmette, Charles E 
Robinette, Hulen G 500 
Robmette, Joanne 
Robmette. Peggy L 
Robinson, B ill le H. 
Robinson. Carl C 478 
Robinson, Carol J. 500 
Robinson, Cathy C 
Robinson, Charles D 
Robinson. Clyde P 
Robinson, Daniel L 
Robinson, Donella L 
Robinson, Doug 
Robinson, Elaine 500 
Robinson, Fred S 556 
Robinson, George 167 
Robinson, Harvey L 
Robinson. Jack B 
Robinson, Jennifer A 92,93,362, 

478,525 
Robinson, Joe F. 500 
Robinson, John L. 556 
Robinson. John L 
Robinson, Maggie M 556 
Robinson, Marilyn O. 362 
Robinson, Marion M 391 
Robinson, Mary L 
Robinson, Mattie J. 556 
Robinson, Paul R. 
Robinson, Peggy J. 223,525 
Robinson, Robert L 556 
Robinson, Roy H Jr 
Robinson, Ruth A 556 
Robinson, Ruth E 
Robinson, Sandra G. 556 
Robinson, Sharon M F. 
Robinson, Shirley J- 456 
^Robinson, Virginia K 



Robinson, Wayne 
Robinson, William A. 
Robison, Marlene D 391 .500 
Robke, Thomas R 
Roche, Jere K. 
Rockenstein, Stephen 456 
Rockhold, Steve R. 370 
Roder, Philip W. 
Rodgers, Clyde E. 
Rodgers. David K. 
Rodgers, Ellen L. 556 
Rodgers, Janet I. 556 
Rodgers. Jimmie L 
Rodgers, Lowell T. Jr 456 
Rodgers, Richard G 
Rodgers, Vega L. 311 
Rodgers, W June 556 
Rodman, Sue A 362,500 
Rodriguez, Ana J 
Rodriguez, Natalie 362.500 
Roe, Gary W 255 
Roe, Michael P 223,380,525 
Roebker. David L 
Roesch, Harold F 556 
Roesch, Judith C 456 
Rogan. Janice A 310,502 
Rogers, Anne N 
Rogers, Barbara E. 
Rogers, Bonnie K 406 
Rogers, Brenda S 557 
Rogers, Clarence D. 
Rogers, Don 303,502 
Rogers. George W 
Rogers, Hazel J. 395,456 
Rogers, James A 
Rogers, James L. 
Rogers, Joanne 456 
Rogers, Kathie J- 223,525 
Rogers, Linda S 
Rogers, Mary G 502 
Rogers, Mary T 
Rogers, Michael A 525 
Rogers, Patricia L. 557 
Rogers. Paul B. 456 
Rogers, Susan J. 
Rogers. Susan L 557 
Rogers, William E. 
Rogers, William R 



Wv 



- 4'..U 



Roggenkamp, Gen 

Ro.tman, MedaT. 

Rolfe, John R. 

Rolfes, Linda J 293,300,395,502 

Roller, James M. 303 

Roller, Larry G. 

Rollins, James M 502 

Romans, Charles W. 

Ronk, Philip D 

Roof. George K 

Rookard, Jack C 557 

Roop, Joan C 

Root, Francis D 

Rose, Chester A 

Rose. Debbie F. 

Rose, Marianne 402.525 

Rose, Mary C 300,364.456 

Rose, Rebecca A. 557 

Rose. Roger W 

Rose. Ronald D 

Rose, Scott D. 

Rose. Shirley C 456 

Rose, William E 502 

Rose. WilmaK 525 

Roser, Michelle A 557 

Rosing, Gregory A. 525 

Ross, Brenda L. 401 

Ross, Donna L. 362 

Ross, Glenda G 



Ross, Jim K 400,557 
Ross, Jul.a L. 502 
Ross, Nancy F 525 
Ross, Richard A 268 
Ross. Sharon S 
Ross. Susan L 502 
Rotanus, Robert J 
ROTC CADETS 329 
ROTC CHORUS 332 
Roth, Clancy L 
Roth, Harry L. II 502 
Rothan, Richard L. 
Rothel, Bill le A. 557 
Roundtree, Cecil R. 
Roundtree, Janet S. 
Rountree, Jacqueline 557 
Roussos, Carol L 311,395,557 
Routson, Terry W 
Routt, Jane L. 456 
Rowe, Gerald L 302,456 
Rowe, Joseph R. 525 
Rowland. Kenneth R 557 
Rowland. Opal S. 557 
Rowland, Roderick 
Rowland, Steve J. 532,557 
Rowlett. John D. 132 
Rowlett, Sharon K 557 
Rowlett, Terry A. 457 



Rowley, Jan L. 457 

Rowley, Sue E 457 

Roy, Alice F. 457 

Roy, Carolyn A 

Roy, Charles W 

Roy. Doris 329 

Roy, Garnett G. 557 

Roy, Lana F. 525 

Roy, Luther V- 

Roy, Mary K 502 

Royalty, James L. 525 

Royalty, John T. Jr. 

Royalty, Judith R 

Royalty, Larry W 457 

Royalty, Patricia G. 525 

Royalty, Paul L. 525 

Royse, Barbara A 502 

Rozen, Rosalyn E. 

Rubarts, Virginia A. 502 

Ruble. Maurice G. 

Ruby, Paula L 224,457 

Rucker, Margaret A. 

Ruckman, Steven M. 613 

Rudd, Lawrence P. 525 

Rudder, Ernest R 

Rudder, Mike D. 

Ruder. Eleanor R 

Ruder, Margaret B. 393,502 

Ruder, Samuel L 456 

Rud. sell, Anita R 

Rue, Insco W 

Rue, Rebecca J 

Ruf, Linda L 557 

Ruff, Carolyn A. 

Ruff, Harry L. 

Ruffing, LeoG. 

Ruffner, Michael B. 

Ruh, Richard 376 

Ruh, Robert J Jr 398 

Ruh, Roslyn 

Rule, Angela L 557 

Rulon, Kathryn 300.331,502 

Rumble, Harry H. 457 

Runyon, David H. 

Runyon. Phillip 458 

Runyon, Woodrow W. Jr 

Ruoff, Dav.d L 

Rush, Brenda G 557 

Rush, David L. 188 

Rush.GwennC. 

Rush, Joanna 

Rush, Louis A, 

Rush, Ted K. 

Rushbrook, Leland H. 

Rusher, Phillip T. 525 

Russell, Charles M. 502 

Russell, Cheryl A. 525 

Russell, Cynthia A. 395,557 

Russell, Dale L. 

Russell. Harold R 

Russell, Jacqueline M. 565 

Russell, JoeD 385,525 

Russell, Johnnie D 

Russell, Leonard A 458 

Russell, Linda M. 

Russell, MarthaS. 

Russell, Matnce G 

Russell, Patricia J. 

Russell, Patricia K. 525 

Russell, Roger D. 

Russell, Sister L. 

Russell, William R. Jr. 

Rusterholz, Shirley I. 525 

Rutherford, James L 458 

Ryan, Margaret M. 458 

Ryan, Marianne 

Ryan, Michael L 

Ryan, Patrick R 525 

Rye, Sarah C 311 



Sabel, Melanie J. 

Sacra, Christine E. 

Saffell. Larry L 

Safley, Timothy B 557 

Safreed. Charles T 

Sagarese, Paul E. 367,388 

Salisbury, John A 

Saiiee, Marion E 

Salmons, Diamond 

Salomon, Arthur R 

Salsbury, Donald M. 237,392,525 

Salvucci. Kathy S. 525 

Salvucci, Samuel D. 502 

Salyer, Deborah A, 224,458 

Salyer, Patsy C. 

Salyer, Ruth 

Salyer, Thomas G. 

Sammons, Michael H. 

Sammons, Robert A. 502 

Samons, Dinah M.K. 458 

Samons, Jesse E 

Samons, Ronald 

Sample, Maria E 482 

Samples. Edgar B- 



Sampson, Elmer E. 502 

Sampson, Ernest E. 

Sampson, Stuart H 

Sams, Janet M. 525 

Sams, Jason E 

Sams, Robert W. 482 

Sams, William D. 557 

Sanclimenti, John G. 502 

Sandage, Frank D. 

Sanders, Adrian T 

Sanders, Barbara J 557 

Sanders, Charles M. 525 

Sanders, Donna G. 

Sanders, Donna K. 

Sanders, James L. 

Sanders, Kedrick E. 

Sanders, Marvin A. Ill 316,525,565 

Sanders, Stanley C Jr. 

Sanders, Thomas P. 

Sanders, Wilma K. 

Sandford, Robert M 253,502 

Sandlm, Del M 

Sands, Martha F. 314,557 

Sandusky. Fredrick L 237 

Sandy. Cynthia K 112.293,502 

Sanford. Dale A. 

Sanslow, Elmer E 

Sanzone, Philip H. 

Sapp, Phil D. 

Sapp, Thomas K. 

Sargent, Jacqueline L 525 

Sartin, Fredia A. 

Sasser. LynnD 

Satchwell, Daryl L. 458 

Satchwill, Linda K. 458 

Saunders, Albert A. 

Saunders, Ellen M. 502 

Saunders, James R. 260,261,459 

Saunders, Joanna D. 557 

Saunders, Sterling Jr. 

Savage, Gayle A. 525 

Sawai, Gloria R 

Sawhill, Lucy J. 557 

Sawyer, William C. 406,525 

Sawyers, Darrell E 525 

Saylor, Elizabeth N 

Saylor, E saw 502 

Saylor, Irene L 

Saylor, Kale Jr. 

Saylor, Laura B 

Saylor, Martha 88,459 

Saylor, Robert L. 

SCABBARD AND BLADE 218 

Scanlon.Paul E. 557 

Scarborough, John H. 382,459 

Scarbrough, Dennis D. 403,459 

Scanngi, Gerard A. 

SCEC 300,502 

Schaffer, Karen L. 557 

Schaffner, Mary D. 

Schaller, Billie G. 

Schanen, Sandy K. 

Schenck, Denise A 565 

Schenck, Stephen E.S. 219,565 

Schepman, Mary L 

Schepman, William R. 

Scherrer, Daniel R 

Schetler, Joseph E. 557 

Schieman, Barbara A. 359,388,503 

Schiller, Cathy D 478 

Schilling, Donald D 557 

Schmdler, Robert E. 

Schlaak, John R 289,298 

Schleigh, Craig B. 255 

Schlelem, Roxann 557 

Schloemer, Stephanie 395,482 

Schlosser, Cynthia A. 

Schlosser, Linda L. 525 

Schmidt, John T. 237,525 

Schmidt, LynneM. 331,503 

Schmidt, Robin L. 557 

Schmidt, Ronald L. 

Schmidt, Rosalie C 557 

Schmied, Orvilte K. Jr. 

Schneider, Donald B 525 

Schoenleber, Jerry R. 525 

Scholl, Mary L. 557 

Schomaker, James B. 557 

Schomaker, Roger G 370,503 

Schomaker, Stephen P 

Schoolcraft, Joyce A. 

Schopke, William F 390,478 

Schork, Jane L. 353,525 

Schornick, Teresa D. 459 

Schoulthies, Jackie L. 

Schoulthies, Judith A. 

Schrecker, James P. 478 

Schreiber, Mark G. 459 

Schreick, Joseph F. 

Schr.chten, Marcia L. 

Schroeder, Thomas E. 245,503 

Schroth, James D 

Schuetz, Shirley L. 459 

Schuler, Dorothy E. 557 

Schuler, Karen L. 557 

Schultz, David W. 557 

Schultz,Gail E 557 

Schultz, Steven E. 459 



604 INDEX &DIRECTORY/REY-SCH 




Schultz. Thomas W 382,459 
Schulz, Renate A 
Schulze. Janet L. 557 
Schum. Roberta A. 557 
Schumacher, James D 525 
Schummer, Judy A 354 
Schwandner, Diane S 557 
Schwartz, Glenda K. 459 
Schwartz, Mary J 525 
Schwartz, Pauline 525 
Schwartz, Stephen H 
Schwarz, James V 
Schweikert, Gary L. 459 
Schweitzer, Linda K 557 
Schweitzer, Randall J 557 
Schweitzer, Ronald L 557 
Schwendeman, J.R. 165 
Schwenke, Carol P. 92,557 
Schwettman, Jeanine C. 
Schwieriohann, Babett 557 
Schw.ng, Kenneth W 525 
Schworm, Ann L 
Scigliane, Janet L 
Scopa, Catherine M 304 
Scopa, Joseph A. Jr. 503,565 
Scorsone, Anna L 
Scorsone. Ernesto M 395 
Scott, Albert L Jr 
Scott, Alfred T 
Scott, Dana K 362,525 
Scott, Diana L. 
Scott, Dianna K. 503 
Scott, Donna F. 343.362,388 
Scott, Gary L 459 
Scott, George W 525 
Scott, James S. Jr. 326 
Scott, Janice M 557 
Scott, Jean E.P. 
Scott, Jerry R 
Scott. Joyce L. 557 
Scott, Linda S- 525 
Scott, Marsha G. 
Scott, Patricia FT 
Scott, Ruby L. 557 
Scatt, Thomas A. 
Scott, Thomas L 
Scriber, Susan PL 
Scrivner, Charles G 

Scroggin, Marilyn J 210,364.459 

Scruggs, William H 

Scudder, Wayne V, 

Seals. Brenda J 557 

Seals, Linda L 503 

Seaman, Patricia A. 557 

Searcy, Holl.s L. 382 

Searcy, James L 

Searcy, Maurice L 

Searcy, Teresa A 357.525 

Sears, C Brent 

Sears, James A 

Sears, Linda L 459 

Sears. Margene 219,224.308,459 

Sears, Robert M 459 

Sears, Sharon K 

Sebastian, Darv.n E 

Sebastian, Dixie B 

Sebastian, Pamela L 526 

Sebastian, Patricia A. 557 

Sebastian, Tanya L 557 

Sebree, James E 249 

SECURITY 328 

Sefcovic, James H 306.503 

Seifer.d, Deborah A 314.526 

Se.ler, Mary J 395.557 

Se.p, Wilham H. 557 

Setter. Ronald A 382 

Seitz, Teresa J 557 

Sekura, Carol S 565 

Seldin, Lance C 

Self, Charles M 372 

Sellars. Charles W. 

Sellers, Clyde E 274,376 

Sellers, Jerri E 557 

Sellers. Myra E 557 

Sellers. Susan G 

Sellman, Richard L 

Sells. Carl F 

Sells, LenoraS 526 

Sells, Stephen P 526 



S.'ir 



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Senqel. George F III 

SENIOR CITATIONS 200 

Sennet. Deborah A 354,503 

Sensel, Elizabeth A 

Sensel. Maureen L 223.312.526 

Sergeant, Donna M 395 

Sergeant, Richard E 

Setters, Michael D. 

Settles, Beverly L 

Settles, Cathy S 

Settles, Jeffrey K 526 

Settles, Joseph A 503 

Setttes, Paul D. 

Severs, Carol R 459 

Sevier, Coy A 557 

Sevier, Sharon A 503 

Sewell, Charles B. Ill 503 

Sewell, Charles K. 



Sewell, Norma B 503 
Sewell, Phil J. 

Sexton, Ashley M 

Sexton, Bobby D 

Sexton, Cheryle L 

Sexton, Daniel E 

Sexton, Denna K 557 

Sexton, Sandra J. 526 

Sexton, Steve W. 

S«xton. William E. 142 

Shackelford, Glenn O 

Shackelford, Janet R 

Shackelford, John K. 

Shadwick, Robert W 

Shaffer, Eric P 

Shaffield, John W Jr. 526 

Shah, Dhiraj N 

Shah, Kanu C 

Shah, Madhuri D 

Shah, NarendraN. 

Shah,Sudevi Y, 

Shah, Yogesh C. 

Shakib. Simm R. 557 

Shanahan, Jill B. 315.482 

Shanes, Robert L 557 

Shank, Dan R 380 

Shanks, Ramona 

Shannon, Wtlliam 237 

Sharma, Jandhyala L 

Sharp, Gary T 557 

Sharp, Joe P 

Sharp, JohnS. Jr. 

Sharp, Kathleen W 

Sharp, Lincoln V 557 

Sharp, Linda D 557 

Sharp. Robert R. 177 

Sharp, Wilham L 

Sharpe, Joseph L 

Shasek. Edward A Jr 

Shaurer, Stella K 

Shaw, Diane D 

Shaw, Gary C. 459 

Shaw, Kim R. 

Shaw, LelaM. 557 

Shaw. Mary L. 

Shaw. Patricia A. 221.459 

Shaw. Roll.n R 

Shaw. Wayne L 459 

Shay. Barbara L 526 

Shay. Carl A Jr 255,459 

Shearer. John W 

Shearouse. Ronald W 

Sheckler, Jerry H 

Sheeley.Owen H. 557 

Sheeley, Ronnie A. 557 

Sheene, Barbara J. 

Sheets, Deborah A 526 

Sheidler. Lois A. 557 

Sheilley. Joseph W 

She.lley, Lucy E 

Shekell, John J 526 

Shelby. Kamelya E 557 

Shelhart, Cathy M 394 

Shell. Barbara A 

Shellenberger, Chas R 

Shelley, Richard S 

Shelton, Carolyn W 

Shelton. Karen E 297.329,407.526 

Shelton, Richard L 

Shelton. Ronald J 503 

Shelton, Sandra A 

Shelton. Stephen C 



Shel 



, Wai 



Shepherd. Brenda M 
Shepherd, Chris 
Shepherd, James L 557 
Shepherd, John W. 
Shepherd, Phyllis J 
Shepherd. Randy S 459 
Shepherd. Robert D. 
Sheppard, Jan M 218.297.300, 

329.503 
Sher, Michael N 459 
Sheridan. Mary K 557 
Sheridan. Patrick T. 237 
Sherman. Elizabeth H 
Sherman, Richard L 
Sherrard. Michael A. 372,503 
Sherrod, Richard W. 



Shei 



', Wir 



onG. 



Shew, Gilbert S 393.558 
Shew. James R 393,558 
Shew, Kathryn L. 
Shewmaker. Susan R 526 
Shields, Gary L 380 
Shields. Shernll L 526 
Shields, SondraC 503 
Shields, Thomas M 
Shindelbower, Daniel N. 159 
Shmdelbower, Paul D 327,558 
Shinn, Stephen D 218,459 
Shipman, Joyce E 362,526 
Shireman. Mark C 237 
Shivel. Richard L 
Shively, Frances H 
Shobe. Janet W 558 
Shock. Edwin D Jr 
Shockey. Colonel R 459 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SCH-SHO 605 





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Shockev, Ruby C 459 


SIGMA TAU PI 219 


Sipple, Charles E 


Sic 




Sn 


ith 


Den.se D 526 


Shockley. Gary A 375 


Sigman, Judy A 


Sipple. David K 460 


Sic 


sher. Arnold R 221,290.478 


Sn 


ith 


Denn.s H 526 


Shockley, Gary W. 503 


S'lcox, Nancy J 


Sipple, JaneS.C. 460 


Sli 


sher, Floyd K. 


Sn 


ith 


Donald H. 


Shoemaker. Viola M 


Siler, Barbara A 


Sircle. Randal A 303,503 


Sic 


sher, Gordon D 


Sn 


ith 


Donevon L. 


Shopa. Gary S 


Slier. Ernest L 


Si*. BertonB. 385 


Sic 


sher, Irene K 


Smith 


Donna D 


Shores. Jackson G Jr 


Siler, Perry H 


Sizemore. Brenda J 526 


Sli 


sher, Patricia J. 


Sn 


ith 


Donna K. 503 


Short. Bernie A 459 


Siller. Carole L 297.304.503 


Sizemore, Chet L 


Sli 


sher, Paula K. 


Sn 


ith 


Dorothy H 


Short. Blanche 


Sills, Dennis M. 558 


Sizemore. George R. 


Sk 


sher, Sharon L 558 


Sn 


ith 


DougC 


Short. George M 


Silverman. Terr, G 


Sizemore. Judy C 565 


Sli 


ss. James M 


Sn 


ith 


Douglas 


Short. Jessie R 


Silvestn. Daniel H 558 


Sizemore. Loretla 


Srr 


all. Elisabeth A 526 


Sn 


H h 


Douglas M 


Short. Martha L 


Silvious. Kenneth R 248.249,258 


Sizemore, Randall K 


Smalley. Charles M 526 


Sn 


nth 


Eddie R 


Short. Mary R 


Silvious, Nancy L B 


Siolander. Douglas 391 


Srr 


allwood, Barry L 


Sn 


lith 


Edward K 


Short. Nancy D 


Simcoe. Pamela L 362,526 


Skaggs. Gregory A 503 


Sit 


allwood, Dav.d L Jr 


Sn 


nth 


Elaine 280.558 


Short, Nancy K. 


Simmons, Judy M 558 


Skaggs, James B 


Str 


allwood, Larry G 


Sn 


nth 


EllenS 526 


Short, Rebecca W 


Simmons. Ronald 


Skaggs. Lucille M 


M 


allwood. Michael S 


Sn 


nth 


Er.c A 478 


Short. Ronald L 305.459 


Simmons, Vickie A 


Skaggs, Margaret A 54.201,209, 


Sn 


allwood. Tom W 


Sn 


nth 


Ethel B 


Short, Sheila KL 460 


Simms. Carl E 


219,224,297,460 


Sn 


art, Richard K 


Sn 


nth 


EuraJr. 


Short, Willard 


Simms, Robert D 298 


Skaggs, Rubeana R 


Sn 


art, R.taG.H. 


Sn 


nth 


Frank D 


Shorn, Ann A.B. 


Simon, Kay F 


Skaggs. Virginia R 558 


Sn 


■ ley. Claudia M 


Sn 


nth 


Georgeann R 


Shorn, John H 


Simons, James E 


Skaggs. William F II 


Sn 


.ley. Harry M. 161 


Sn 


nth 


Gerald R 


Shotwell, Jerry L 558 


Simons. Peggy J 


Skarosi, David A 558 


Sn 


ith, AdaS 


Sn 


nth 


J.B 295 


Shoup. James R 


Simpkins, Eleanor J 


Skeen, Jay H 


Sn 


ith, Alfred R 


Sn 


tith 


J Herschel 


Shouse, Georganna 460 


Simpson. Barbara K 


Skeens, Ken H 


Sn 


i.th, Arle.ne526 


Sn 


lith 


Jackie K 


Shouse, John P 


Simpson, Betty J 


Skelton. JaneW 303.478 


Sn 


nth, Arthur B 558 


Sn 


nth 


James D 503 


Shouse, Phillip R 


Simpson, Bonita F 264,526 


Sketch, Richard F 526 


Sn 


nth, Barry D 526 


Sn 


lith 


James D 558 


Shouse. William A 


Simpson, Celinda L 503 


Skidmore. Brenda L 


Sn 


ith. Belindas 


Sn 


T.th 


James E 


Shout. Jack W 


Simpson, Charles W Jr 


Skidmore. James M 


Sn 


ith. Benn.ta J. 


Sn 


nth 


James J 


Shrader, Sherryl 1 482 


Simpson, Deborah A 526 


Skidmore. Martha L 


Sn 


ith, Betsy C 


Sn 


Tith 


Janet 558 


Shrader, Susan J 304.526 


Simpson. Ellen H 54.215,362.388, 


Skidmore, Mary A 


Srr 


ith, Betty P 


Sn 


nth 


Janet P. 526 


Shrout. David L 330.526 


410,460 


Skidmore. Richard L 


Srr 


ith, Beverly A 526 


Sn 


lith 


JeanetteC. 


Shrout. James N 


Simpson, Fredrick L 558 


Skinner. Elmer N. 


Srr 


ith. Beverly D 558 


Sn 


lith 


JimrmeJ 380,526 


Shrout. Kristen E B 


Simpson, Harry C Jr 503 


Skinner, Rita M. 


Sit 


ith, Billy C 526 


Sn 


nth 


Jo R 


Shrout. Larry T 


Simpson, Jackie D 


Skinner, William Jr 


Smith. Bobby J 


Sn 


nth 


John A 


Shuck, James K 


Simpson, Nancey M. 558 


Skipworth, Jody K 460 


Sn 


ith, BonmeS 


Sn 


nth 


John L. 503 


Shufflebarger, Elizabeth 526 


Simpson. Richard L 558 


Sk.pworth, John.eA 558 


Sit 


ith. Brenda L 558 


Smith 


John M 558 


Shugars. John D 


Simpson. Ronald L 


Skonieczny. Bernard F 460 


Sit 


ith. Carl A 478 


Sn 


,.th 


John N. Ill 526 


Shull. Janet L B 


Simpson. Rose M 503 


Slade. Steven W 


Srr 


ith, Car la G 


Smith 


John R 


Shull. Terry L 382,526 


Simpson. Sandra K 259,526 


Slagle. Kenneth N 


Sir 


ith, Carlos R Jr 503 


Sn 


nth 


Joseph G 


Shumard. Vick. L 295,359.503 


Simpson, Shan 364.503 


Slater, Marlene P 


Sn 


ith. Carolyn S. 364 


Smith 


Joyce A 


Shunnara, Samier E 382,558 


Sims, Bobby R 289,558 


Slaughter, Donald L 526 


Srr 


ith. Cathy J. 482 


Sn 


ith 


Joyce M 526 


Shuping, Dale A 503 


Sims, Cheryl L 558 


Slawter, Hiram 


Sn 


ith, Charles R 


Sn 


ith 


Judith K 558 


Shute. Patricia J 558 


Sims, Daniel C 


Slayback, Michael 1 558 


Srr 


ith, Cheryl L. 219,312,460 


Sn 


ith 


Judy E 


Shye. Carl W 225 


Sims, Debra A 558 


Sloan, Harold S 388.460 


Sn 


ith, Clara M 305,460 


Sn 


ith 


Juhanne558 


Sickels, Dav.d H 


Sims, Jerome B 558 


Sloan, Linda K 


Sn 


ith, Clarence Jr 460 


Sn 


ith 


Karen W. 


Sideboitom. James M 


Sims, Larry B 


Sloane, Hobert M 


Sir 


ith, Claude K 176 


Sn 


llll 


Kenneth R. 


Sidebottom, Robert R 


Sims. Mary A 


Slone. Andrew P 460 


Sn 


ith, Clyde J 


Sn 


ith 


LaMonda D 503 


Siders. Janet B 


Sims, Robert B 


Slone, Cullen B 460 


Smith, Coleman C 


Sn 


ith 


Lawrence A 


Siders, Michael P 


Sinclair, Gerald L 


Slone, George T 565 


Sn 


ith, Connie S 503 


Sn 


ith 


Leslie C 315 


Sidles, Joseph W 303,503 


Singer. Craig S 326.503 


Slone, Harold G 460 


Sn 


ith, Constance R 


Sn 


ith 


Lola D 


Siemon, Brian R 237,292 


Singh, Bhagwan 


Slone, John L 558 


Mi 


ith, Danny M 370,526 


Smith 


Lonzo 


Siereveld. David A 223,526 


Singleton. Anna J 


Slone, Johnnie 503 


Sn 


ith, David C. 


Srr 


ith 


Lynda K 293,460 


Sigler, E Susan 278.310,312,503 


Singleton, Charles G 


Slone, Linton 


Sn 


ith, Dav.d W. 


Sn 


ith 


Mark M 558 


SIGMA CHI 378,566 


Sininger, Larry R 558 


Slone. Robert L 


Sn 


ith. Deborah G. 526 


Sn 


ith 


Mark R. 367,460 


SIGMA CHI DERBY 347.349,334,522 


Sipe. Wan.ta M 503 


Slone. Robert W 


Sn 


ith, Deborah K 359.503 


Sn 


ith 


Mark S 


SIGMA NU 380 


Sipila. Karen L 


Slone. Roger L 


Sn 


ith. Delores G 558 


Sn 


ith 


Martha C 526 



606 INDEX & DIRECTORY SHO-SMI 



Smith, Michael D. 

Smith, Michael R. 245, 558 

Smith, Mitchell E 

Smith, Pamelas 

Smith, Patricia L. 

Sm.th, Paulette L 

Smith, Peggy JL 

Smith, Phyllis A, 460 

Smith, Phyllis K 

Smith, Regema S 

Smith, Rhonda 

Sm.th, Rhonda J. 558 

Smith, Richard H 526 

Smith, Robert D 460 

Smith, Robert E. 

Smith, Ronald A. 

Smith, Roy A 460 

Smith, Roy M. 

Smith, Sammie L. 558 

Smith, Samuel Jr. 

Smith, Sandra A 

Smith, Sandra G 

Smith, Sharon A. 460 

Smith, Sharon A 

Smith, Steve B 

Smith, ThaddeusM 221.290,503 

Smith, Thomas A. 526 

Smith, Thomas J 

Smith, Venita K 

Sm.th, William A- 478 

Smith, William H. 

Smith, William M 

Smith, Wilma J. 503 

Smith, Wilson V 

Smither, Barbara C 

Smither, Teresa J 31 1 ,482 

Smits, Pete Jr. 

Smock, Edgar L. Jr 

Smoot, Charlotte R 460 

Smothers, James D 303. 503 

Smothers. Joseph R 303,503 

Smyers. Janet E 362,503 

Smyth, Rebecca A. 460 

Snapp, Erma J. 219.308.312, 

331,503 
Snapp. James T 
Snapp. Richard G 
SNEA 308 
Snell, David H 
Snell, Mamie L.A. 
Snell, Nolan S. 460 
Snellen, David M. 327 
Snelling. Joel A. 460 
Snider. Anna J. 
Smder, Debbie K 460 
Snider, Jolly B. 558 
Snowden, Harold E Jr 
Snowden, Jane H 
Snowden, Rebecca A. 558 
Snowden, Richard D 
Snowden, Richard III 
Snowden. Stanley 
Snyder, Don W. 
Snyder, Kenneth T, 
Sobanski, Mehnda N 
Sobansk., Richard C 
Sobering. Gail A. 
Solvey, Larry V. 218,370,460 
Sommer. Sandra R 
Sorrell, Buford E 526 
Sorrell, Deborah A. 
Sorrell, Paul T. 
Sorrell, Stephen W 
Sorrels, Marilyn K. 364,526 
Sorter, David M. 558 
Sosbe, Donald G. 
South, Judith C 565 
Sowders, Beverly J. 
Sowders, Dewey R. 



Sow 



s, J ft 



Sowers. Jerry R . 

Spahn, Janet L. 353,460 

Spahr, Gregory A. 558 

Spahr, John G. 565 

Spalding, Jane B. 

Spalding, Joseph V. 558 

Spalding, Samuel L. 526 

Spangler. Paul R. 

Spare. Michael A. 

Sparkman, Paula C. 526 

Sparks. Bobby W 

Sparks. Donald R 503 

Sparks, GeneS. 

Sparks, Glenna 1 

Sparks. Jimmie S 

Sparks, John H. 

Sparks, Joseph B. 

Sparks, Nancy L. 558 

Sparks, Rose C 

Sparks, Stephen D. 462 

Sparnon, Raymond L 221,376,503 

Sparrow, Deborah K. 558 

Sparrow, Jerry H 462 

Sparrow, Lmda R. 

Spath, Peter F. 

Spaulding. Joseph F. 

Spaulding, Okey E. Jr. 565 

Speagle, Brenda J. 305.503 



Speakes. Ralph A. Jr. 462 
Spears. David B 
Spears, Pearl C. 
Spears, Samuel D. 462 
Specht, Diane J 558 
Speck, Jerry A. 
Speck. Johnny K 
Speckman. Noreen M 
Spector, Paul 
SPEECH AND DRAMA, 

DEPARTMENT OF 162 
Speer, Deborah J. 526 
Spencer, Beverley A. 
Spencer, Charlotte M 
Spencer, Cora B 

Spencer. Donna G 304 
Spencer, Larry C 
Spencer. Manuel R. 478 
Spencer. Mary K. 
Spencer, Nancy L. 
Spencer, Richard A. 503 
Spencer, Ronald W. 462 
Spencer, Wayne A 
Spen.lla. Montgomery 328 
Spieser, Sandra L. 221,462 
Spillman, Ellen J. 558 
Spillman. Frances K.G. 
Spillman, Ralph D 
Spivey. Ronald L 
Spradl.n, Joe M. 
Sprague, Dennis B 
Spratt, Cynthia M. 329 
Spnggs, Floyd S 
Spnggs, Ginger L 111.486.503 
Spring, Jerry F. 526 
Sprmgate. Donna Sue, 526 
Springer, Belinda S. 558 
Spry, Joella 



Spurl 



, IMe 



Spurlock, Brenda J 526 
Spurlock, Joyce A 558 
Spurr, Barney W 
Sroka. Joseph C 
St Clair, Ruth S 
Stadler, Linda S 462 
Stafford, Deva M 
Stafford, Joan C. 478 
Stafford, Margie A 
Stafford, Ronald J 
STAGE BAND 319 
Staggs, Gary L. 526 
Stagman. Edward G 
Stahl, BermaL.503 
Stahl, Janet M. 
Stahl. Sandra D 558 
Stalker, Donna L. 558 
Stallard, John A 
Stallings, Charles C 290,526 
Stamback. Sarah J. 311,558 
Stambaugh, Margaret J 558 
Stamm, Brenna L 
Stamper, Judy C 
Stamper, Richard D 
Standafer, Connie L 
Standard, Iver R Jr 558 
Stanfield. Virginia K 312,526 
Stanford, Luanda 462 
Stanford, Timothy L. 503 
Stangby, Martha S 558 
Stanger, Mary E 462 
Stanifer, Michael H. 
Stanley, Ann M. 
Stanley, Anna F 
Stanley, Janet L 
Stanley, Steven B. 287,462 
Stansberry, Gary G 558 
Stansbury. Paul S. 221,503 
Stansel, Rick L 247 
Stapleton. David L 
Stapleton, William A. 133 
Stapleton, William W. 253.558 
Stark, Joseph J. 
Starnes, Howard R. 462 
Staryszak, Casimir 
Staten, David L. 255,375 
States, Johnny M. 
Stayton, Joyce A. 558 
Stayton, Patricia J 
Stazetski, Karen J 588 
St. Clair, Ruth A. 588 
Steanson. Julia 294 
Stebel, Aneta R. 
Stebing. David E 295,315.462 
Steck, David R 
Steele. Donald E. 
Steele, Ernest C 
Steele, Lee A. 503 
Steele, Ralph 558 
Steele, Sandra J. 
Steelman, Lana C. 462 
Stefamcs, Elizabeth 503 
Steffen, AnnM. 
Steffen, Victors. 526 
Steger, Nancy J. 558 
Steger, Robert C 
Steger, Susan A. 483 
Steggeman, Kenneth F 



Stegner. John M 
Steidle. David V 
Steier, David J. 
Sterner, Howard T. 503 
Steinforth, Suzanne L 311 
Steinmetz, Paul R 558 
Stelsack. James 263 
Stenken.SadieJ. 311,526 
Stephens, Barbara A. 364 
Stephens, Betty L 213,305,462 
Stephens. David L 
Stephens, Elizabeth C 
Stephens, Frank C. 558 
Stephens, James D 
Stephens, Jayne C. 
Stephens, Kathy L. 558 
Stephens, Linda S. 
Stephens, Terry G. 526 
Stephens, Wanda J. 
Stephens, William J 
Stephenson. Greg K 263 
Stephenson, Patricia 
Stephenson. Ronald W. 462 
Stepp, Norman H 387 
Sterbling, Philip R 
Sterchi, Marsha F. 526 
Stern, Beth A. 
Stern, Sam 
Sternberg, Josef V 
Stevens. AlexaG 558 
Stevens, Betty P 558 
Stevens, Carol L. 312,462 
Stevens, Mary Rose 364 
Stevens, Melvin K. 526 
Stevens, William B 478 



StP 



;. Wil 



l M. 



Stevenson. Barbara G 
Stevenson, Donald J 
Stevenson, Ellen L 483 
Stewart, Allen F 462 
Stewart, Carol A. 565 
Stewart, Cecil W 462 
Stewart, Cynthia A 558 
Stewart, Donna K. 558 
Stewart. Eva L.S 
Stewart, Evelyn G 558 
Stewart, Laurel J. 
Stewart, Leland E. 265.392,526 
Stewart, Margaret G 526 
Stewart. Melinda M. 558 
Stewart. Pruda E 462 
Stewart, Raymond W 



Ste- 



irt, Sh 



Stice. Stephen A 393.410.462 

Sticklen, Vincent P 558 

Stidham. Billy W 

Stidham. Diana P 

Stidham. Larry M. 503 

Stiebel, Judith A. 221 ,353.407.503 

Stigall, Jacqueline I. 224,462 

St.gall, JoeS 462 

Stiles, Kenneth H 526 

Stiles. Teresa A 300,354,503 

Still, Tommie H 

Stiltner. Pamela J. 

St. nson, James W. Jr. 

Stinson, Letha L 

Stinson, Mimi K. 559 

Stirsman, Allen W 

Stiscak. James L. 559 

Stith, Paul R 

Stitt. Mary M 

Stivers, David D. 

Stivers, Jack L. 

Stivers, Judith C. 

Stivers, William E. 

Stober. CarlaS. 

Stockdale, Jane K, 559 

Stocker. Walter D. 

Stodghill, Michael T. 462 

Stoess. Barry W. 559 

Stoess, William L 196.372,478 

Stoffle. Carla J. 

Stoffregen. Brad L 526 

Stoffregen, Jane R. 462 

Stokes, Charles M. 314,479 

Stokes, EdwardS. Ill 503 

Stokes, Lee D Jr 

Stokes. Raleigh L. 

Stoll, Kathenne L. 304.354,503 

Stolt, Rena R 

Stone, Charles T. 

Stone, David W. 526 

Stone, Deborah B 462 

Stone, Donald P. 

Stone, Eunice T 

Stone, Mark K 

Stone. Randall M 503 

Stone, Ray A 

Stone, Robert C. 154 

Stone, Ronnie E 388,462 

Stoner, Gregory H. 370,479 

Storm, Johnny P. 245,255 

Storm, Larry W 

Storn, Susan E 526 

Story, Leath R. 

Story, Robin N. 255 

Stotts, Barbara S.F 



Stouffer. Robert E 

Stout, Charles W 462 

Stout, Helen B 

Stout, Richard C 382 

Stovall, Thomas F. 128 

Stover, Richard D. 372.462 

Stowers. Wendell M. 

Strader. Paul S. 559 

Straka, Nancy A. 526 

Strange, Chen J 

Strange. James M 

Strange, Johanna E 

Strange. Mitchell E 390 

Strange, Thaleena F 

Strange, Walter C 

Strassburger, Pamela 

Straten. Richard D. 237.526 

Stratton, Harry M 463 

Stratton. Henry 123 

Stratton, Linda B 

Stratton, RoxieC. 312,526 

Strausbaugh, Steven W. 503 

Strehle, Patricia A 526 

Strevels. David S. 503 

Strickland, Janice L. 359,526 

Stringer, Brenda C. 

Strohowski, Barbara G 

Strong, Deborah E 

Strong, Elizabeth S 

Strong, Guy 245 

Strong, Joe 

Strong, Joyce F 

Strong, Karla A 559 

Strong, Leonard B 

Strong, Mina L 

Stroud, Larry H. 302,559 

Stroud, Sharon G. 223,316 

Strunk, Larry C 559 

Struss, Penlloux D 

Struss, William H Jr 463 

Stuart, David I 

Stubbs, Donna M 559 

Stucker, Carl E 

Stucker, Riley L 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 131 

STUDENT COURT 286 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 284 

Studer, Evan A 

Studer, Patricia A. 293,463 

Stuecker, Gerard B 

Stultz. Deborah L 

Stultz, Mary A 559 

Stumbo, Marcella 31 1 ,559 

Stumbo, Tracy L 

Stump, Diane S. 

Sturgeon, Pamela L.M 

Sturg. II, AnnaS 479 

Sturgill, Debarah A. 559 

Sturgill, Larry B 

Stutzke, Barbara C 

Sullivan, Cathy L. 312,463 



Sull 



an, James D. 

an, Judelle 

an, Judith L.C. 329 

an, Kathenne L 

an, Michael T. 401 

an, Reggie D. 

an, Robert M. 296,372 

an. Ronnie L. 503 



,Sha 



.559 



, Terry W. 382.506 
■s, Brenda L. 
■s, Charles R. Jr. 
•s. Margaret K 



iM. 



, Patric 
, Willia 



. 304,503 



Sun 

Sundell. Linda M. 

Sung, Sh.chang 295.303,479 

Sunley. Charles R 559 

Supplee. JonnieM. 

Surface, Karen L. 364,503 

Susong, Danny A. 263 

Susong. Ray W 

Sutherland, David W. 503 

Sutherland. Dennis D 

Sutherland, Linda C. 565 

Sutherland, Richard K 

Sutter, John W. 463 

Suttle, Judy D 

Sutton, DonsG. 

Sutton, Dwain G 

Sutton, George W. 539 

Sutton, Wallace W 559 

Swafford, Earl 

Swam, William F 

Swango, David N. 328,390,463 

Swango, Linda S 390,503 

Swango, Patricia A. 

Swanson, Thomas E 326.330 

Sweasy, Kenneth W. 380 

Sweazy, Iras L. 

Sweeney, Betty J. 

Sweeney, Deryl L. 330 

Sweeney. Gerald J 559 

Sweet. Nicholas S 

Sweny, Vikki A, 

SWIMMING 250-253 



Sw.nford, Brenda K S 
Sw.nford, Larry E 
Sw.tzer. Jeanne M 479 
Swope, Carla K 219,359 

Swope, John A. 479 
Swope, Myra V 463 
SYMPHONIC BAND 318,320.321 



Tabb, Linda S. 353 
Tabb, Robert L. 
Tabeling, Mary S 559 
Tabeling, Richard W 219.463 
Tabor, Richard W. 479 
Taccanno, Martha S. 
Tackett, Elaine 353 



Tacke' 



Tackett, Rosemary 
Tackett. Sharon G 
Tackett, VickiS 483 
Tacy, Susan A 
Tan, Leslie G. 503 
Takacs. Tern A. 559 
Talbott. Gregory 
Tallent, Brenda C 



, Edw 



i M. 



Talle 
Tallent, Lmda L.R 
Tallent. Mary F 304,464 
Tallent, Overt L. 
Talmage. Martin T. 376 
Tamme, Gerald W 559 
Tandy, Thomas G 
Tanner, Jennefer L. 
Tapp, Alice F. 






;M 



, DoraC. 



Tarvin. Patricia A 

Tarv.n, Patty L A 214,219.464 

Tarv.n, Robert E. 388 

Tarvin, Thomas L 

Tassie. Nancy R. 391.559 

Tatchell, Michael R 559 

Tate, Emma L. 

Tate, Janet C 

Tate, Kathleens. 315,359,529 

Tate, Maxey A 

Tate, Rebecca E 

Tate. Sharon R. 559 

Tatem, Terry L 464 

Tatman, Elna C. 559 

Tatum, Clifton L. 464 

Tatum.Gary S. 



Tatu 



;D 



Tatum. Howard R 479 
Taulbee, Ellen C. 464 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 382 
Taulbee, Faye 
Taulbee, Larry R. 559 
Taulbee. Wood row W 
Taylor, Antoinette 



Taylc 
Taylc 



, Barbara A 

. Barbara J 529 



. Claudia G. 92,93.364.529 



Debc 


rah G 


Debc 


rah 


K 


Dian 


ID 


464 


Dona 


Id 




Gary 


C. 




Gene 


P. 





Taylor 


JaneD 483 


Taylor 


Jennifers 559 


Taylor 


JohnM 529 


Taylor 


Judy M. 


Taylor 


Larry D. 464 


Taylor 


Larry W 


Taylor 


Leonard 1 29 


Taylor 


Louis R. 479 


Taylor 


Mary J 


Taylor 


Mary S. 503.559 


Taylor 


Mehnda J 504 


Taylor 


Patricia A. 486 


Taylor 


Ralph D. 504 


Taylor 


RamonaS 


Taylor 


Rex J 


Taylor 


RitaC. 311.483 


Taylor 


Terry C. 529 


Taylor 


Wayne K 


Taylor 


William E.464 


Taylor 


William T 


Tehtie 


i, Euerett G. 


Tedde 


. James D 289.298,504 


Tedford, Gary S 303.464 


Teeter 


Penny L 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SMI-TEE 607 



Tegge, James D. 
Tegt, Donald D 
Templeman. Michael D. 
Tenley, Sally J- 
Tennant, Harold D 
Tennill, Randall E. 
TENNIS 262-263 
Tenry, Marcia A- 529 
Teresi. Linda J. 559 
Terhune. Calvin T, 
Terhune. Jimmie G. 
Terhune. Kathy L 
Terrell, Linda F. 304 
Terrell. Sue C 464 
Terrill, Barbara J. 
Ternll, Courtney IM. 
Terry, Berty B. 
Tersiegge, Cherine K. 464 
Terstegge. Ga. I A 311.559 
Terstegge. Paul A 479 
Tersiegge. Walter 
Tev.s. Charles K. 
Tewmey, Marsha R. 559 
Thacker, AnnT. 
Thacker. Janice M. 559 
Thacker, Larry A. 
Thacker. William R 
Thalman.JonC 376.504 
Thalmann. Ruby K. 315 
Tharp. Lewis S. 504 
The.ler. David P. 559 
THETACHI 385 
Thomas. Alice J. 560 
Thomas. Barbara A 504 
Thomas, Betty M. 
Thomas, Brends L 
Thomas. Carol J. 464 
Thomas, Carolyn J 
Thomas, Charles D 
Thomas. Connie L. 
Thomas, Deborah A 
Thomas. Earl 319 
Thomas. Eddie 529 
Thomas. Edward M. 
Thomas. Frank D. 
Thomas, Franklin D. 
Thomas, Gail 316.529 
Thomas, Gary L. 
Thomas. Gerald A. 
Thomas, Hallie M 
Thomas, Homer D 
Thomas, James L 
Thomas. James L. 
Thomas, Jeanne 
Thomas, Joan L. 560 
Thomas, John C 
Thomas, Joseph P 
Thomas, June Y. 
Thomas, Karen A. 560 
Thomas. Lawrence 
Thomas. Margaret E. 560 
Thomas. Margaret V. 465 
Thomas, Mary R. 212,309,465 
Thomas, Michael A. 
Thomas, Michael D. 
Thomas, Morris E 
Thomas. Paula M 357 



The. it 



Phil 



) L Jr 



Thomas, Rebecca M. 565 
Thomas. Rick J. 
Thomas, Robert H. Jr. 
Thomas. Sammy T. 465 
Thomas, Walter W. 376 
Thomas, William J 
Thomas, William K 289 
Thompson, Alfred E 233.236. 

237.529 
Thompson. Alfreda N. 560 
Thompson, Anthony W 328 
Thompson, Billy G. 
Thompson. Billy R 
Thompson. Brenda G. 
Thompson, Brenda Y. 465.503 
Thompson. Bruce N. 465 
Thompson, Cleveland B. 465 
Thompson. Doris K. 465 
Thompson. Edward D. 
Thompson. Elwanda 
Thompson. Emily C. 529 
Thompson. Fredrick B. 
Thompson, Howard 303.398,465 
Thompson. Jacqueline D 560 
Thompson. James R. 
Thompson, Jennifer I. 465 
Thompson. Jo L. 560 
Thompson, John \\ 
Thompson. Kathryn L 
Thompson. Letrtia A 360.465 
Thompson. Linda C 560 
Thompson, Mary E 465 
Thompson, MickieT, 
Thompson, Pamela K. 
Thompson, Patricia A. 560 
Thompson. Priscilla J. 353 
Thompson. Robert H. 
Thompson, Robert K. 
Thomspon. Robert L. 
Thompson, Robert W. 560 



Thompson, Ronald E. 328,483 


Troutman, Chandos E . 504 


Thompson, Sharon E. 


Troutman, Lou J. 


Thompson, Steve A. 


Troutman. William M. 


Thompson. Terry D. 560 


Trower, Teresa A. 293.466 


Thompson. Wayne P. 


Troxell, Gilbert C. 


Thompson, William F. 465 


Truax. Sandra R.K. 


Thompson. William G. 466 


Trudell, David M. 


Thomson, Conn.eS 560 


True, David T. 


Thornton. Andrew C. II 


True. James F. 467 


Thornton. Eddie L 560 


True, Robert L. 


Thornton, James W 301.483 


Trulock. Michael L. 529 


Thornton, Kathleen J. 


Truman. Harry L 560 


Thornton, Wesley S. 529 


Trumbo. Robert P. 316,467 


Thorpe, Floretta M. 


Trusler, Stanley R. 


Thrasher, Elvin H. 466 


Trusty. Gary E. 


Thurman, Cynthia L. 560 


Trzop. Peter R. 223 


Thurman, Kelly 163 


Trzop. Phillip W. 


Thurman. Steve D. 560 


Tse, Kim F. 


Thurman, Vicky J.T. 


Tucker. Boyd M. Jr. 


Thurman. WilliamS. 


Tucker, CharlesG. 


Thurmond, James E. 


Tucker. Dianne Z. 


Thurmond, Lee A 310,312.560 


Tucker, Jean E. 


Thurston. Frances A 


Tucker, Linda L. 560 


Thurston, Robert A. 


Tucker. Michael M. 560 


Tichenor. James E. 


Tucker. Robert W. 375,467 


Tidweii, CharlesT. 


Tucker, Ronald N 


Tighe. Colleen A. 529 


Tucker. Sharon A. 


Tiller. Gary W. 


Tudor, Oscar J. Jr. 


Tillman. James E. 529 


Tuggle, Edward R. 290,529 


Timberlake. Earl Jr 


Tuggle. Mary S. 


Tincher. John W. 


Tully. Debbie G. 506.529 


Ttncher, Pauline R. 


Tully. Rodger F. 


Tincher. Wendell 


Tully. Steven E 


Tindall. Iva K 529 


Tungate. Loraine A. 560 


Tindoll, David D. Jr. 327.560 


Tunnell. Kenneth D. 137 


Tingle. Jackie R 


Tunstill. Ronald D. 


Tingle. Joseph R 


Tupman, William R 467 


Tingle. Peggy L 560 


Turley. Laura M 362.529 


Tinsley, John L. 


Turnbull, Bruce H. 


Tinsley. Joseph H. 


Turnbull. Janet L. 467 


Tipton, Gary R 


Turner, Arch 


Tipton. James A 


Turner, Benme E. 


Tipton, James A. 328 


Turner, Brenda S. 


Tipton. Jerry A. 219.466 


Turner. Carhs E. 


Tipton, Michael 


Turner, Carol J. 


Tipton. Robert T. 


Turner, Carolyn S. 


Tipton. Roy F 


Turner, Charlotte F. 560 


Tipton. Steven W. 


Turner. Clifford H 


Toatley, Pamela M. 529 


Turner, Daniel L. 237 


Tocci, Edward I 


Turner. Delor.sSB 


Todd, Holman P 


Turner, Donna H. 


Todd, Nancy A. 466 


Turner. Geneva L. 316 


Todd. Patricia A 


Turner. Gloria J 504 


Todd, Thomas A 


Turner. Grace W 


Toledo. Luz G. 


Turner. Helen L 


Toleman. Martha L. 31 1 .560 


Turner. Jakie F. 


Toler. Warren F 


Turner, James Jr 


Tolle, Mitchell D. 


Turner, Joyce A. 354.529 


Tolliver, Robert W. 


Turner, Judith A. 


Tolson, Darrell 


Turner. Lenane 483 


Tomassetti, Velma L 395.560 


Turner. Lexene 


Tomlinson, William R 529 


Turner. Margaret A. 504 


Toohey. James M. 


Turner, Margie P. 560 


Tooke, Clifton N. 


Turner. Marian L 


Torstnck, Michael W. 326,529 


Turner, Mary H. 467 


Toth. David A. 


Turner. Mary L 


Towery, Bige W 


Turner, Mary L.G. 


Towler. Ann H. 466 


Turner, Norma J. 



Tno 



To;-. 



, Virginia 
Town, Vernon A 
Townsend, Caroleen 529 
Townsend, Teresa L 
Trabits. Carol L. 310,466 
TRACK 258-259 
Tracy. Marsha J- 503 
Tracy. Martin M. 375 
Tracy. Michael R 

TRAFFIC SAFETY INSTITUTE 154 
Trammell. Patsy N 
Trammell. Roger W 



Tras! 



Traugott. Ruby K 560 

Travis. Amy D. 

Travis, Louis D 

Travis, Mary E. 316.560 

Travis, Rodney K 

Traxinger, Thomas A 

Treadway. Douglas L 

Trees, Chris T. 

Tremaine. Darrell E. 

Trew. Rebecca J 353.529 

Tribble. Ann G. 

Tnbble, Steven B. 529 

Trice, Patricia S. 

Trimble. Terry N. 385,529 

Trimble. Tom C 504 

Tnmnell, Timothy A. 

Tnplett, Franklin D. 

Tripp, Nicole H 560 

Tr.sler. Helen J. 560 

Trisler. Nancy B. 466 

Tritschler, Ann D 300.395.529 

Tnvette. Donald F. 



Tu 


rner. Sally A. 311.560 


Tu 


rner.Samm.eW 


Tu 


rner. Sharon G 504 


Tu 


rner. Thelma L 


Tu 


rner, Wayne 467 


Tu 


rner, Wiley 


Tu 


rner, William D- 561 


Tu 


rner. William M. 529 


Tu 


rn.ng, Thomas G. 327 


Tu 


rpin, Andrew D 


Tu 


rpin. Betty E. 


Tu 


rpin, James T 504 


Tu 


rpin, Kathy J. 561 


Tu 


rpin. Robert 394 


Tu 


rp.n, Teresa R. 561 


Tu 


rpin, Zelma Y 



e Wi 



Tussey. Peggy S. 

Tussey, Robert L 

Tuttie. Carol A. 221.467 

Tuttle. Linda J 219.504 

Tweddeli, David R. 529 

TwHty, Douglas 

Twombly, John N 

Twyman, Kenneth B. 380.504 

Tye. Deborah L, 561 

Tyler. Rebecca L. 

Tyree. Vauity R. 

Tyrrell, Connie J. 295,359 

U 

Uland. Robert L. 561 

Uleary, Donna M 

Ulery. Franklin R. 326,401 

Ullom, Sandra L. 561 



Ulnch, Joseph D 
Underhill. Alice A. 504 
Underwood, John L 467 
Underwood. Larry R. 
Underwood, Linda J 504 
Underwood. Sharon I. 
Underwood, Wanda L. 561 
Underwood. William T. 529 
Unger. Rebecca S. 219,293.393,504 
UNIVERSITY CENTER BOARD 64 
UNIVERSITY ENSEMBLE 316 
UNIVERSITY THEATRE 133 
Unterbrink, Howard L. 
Upchurch, Brenda J- 
Upchurch, Gary K. 504 
Upchurch, Jeame D 
Upchurch, Kelvin L. 561 
Upchurch, Phillip L. 
Upchurch, Wade N. 245 
Upton. Carlton B 
Upton, DenmeP. 
Upton. Janice C. 467 
Uthe, James A, 
Utter. Susan C. 467 
Utterback. Bernie L. 529 
Utterback, Glenda F. 561 



Valentine, Lois J. 

Valentine, Phyllis L 

VALIANETTES 30,331 

Valley. Harold G- 467 

Valley, Valon E 

Van Arsdall. Michael 388 

Van Arsdall. Robert D, 372 

Van Bibber. Sheryl K. 561 

Van Deventer, Kenneth 504 

Van Diver, Betty J. 311,504 

Van Dyke, John E- 529 

Van Dyke, Thomas M. 561 

Van Hoose, Deborah J- 561 

Van Hoose, Robert B 479 

Van Hoose. Sharon W, 21 7,224,467 

Van Leuven, Michael J 529 

Van Leuven, Sharon K. 

Van Natta. Bobby E. 275 

Van Ness, Gail A. 293.467 

Van Oss, Linda M. 219.308 

Van Over, NianaS 

Van Pelt. Beverly P. 467 

Van Pelt. CharlesG. 467 

Van Pelt. Gary W. 561 

Van Sickle. Reecy F 

Van Sickle. Richard L. 

Van Slyke, Don W 

Van Winkle, David M. 

Van Winkle. Gloria G. 

Van Zant. Barbara A 88,467 

Van Zant, Roger D. 561 



Van 



: A.T- 



Vance. Joe B. 
Vance. KyleD 504 
Vanderhorst, Debra L 561 
Vanderpool, Roxie L.C. 561 
Vanhook. Ronnie A. 
Vanover, Alvm R. 
Vanover, Elinda K. 561 
Vanover. James R. 565 
Vanover. Paul F. 
Vanover, Steve W. 367 



Van 



. Chr 



Varner. Gary L 529 
Varney. Evelyn C. 
Varney. Gerald T. 
Varney, William R. 467 
Varsakelis. Ignatius 
Varsakehs, Peter 
Vater, Nancy L. 334 
Vaughan. James E. 467 
Vaughn, Linda S. 
Vaughn. Marcia D 561 
Vaughn, Orleen M. 529 
Vaughn, Virginia M 504 
Vaught, Linda S. 565 
Vavra, AnneC. 
Vedelli. Jay 370 
Veirs. Nijel K. 



ill, Patn 
, Wilhar 



) D. 467 



Venneman. Linda S. 
Venters. Nancy R. 561 
Venters, Pamela S 
Vermillion. Connie M. 219,224. 

308,467 
Vernon, David L. 529 
Verran. Harry E. 
Vertrees. Georgia D 
Verville, Betty L. 
Verville. Marcia J. 308,395.504 
Vescio. Herb 291 
VETERAN'S CLUB 101.289 
Vicars. Ernest R Jr 
Vice, Deborah K. 
Vice. John M. 561 
Vice Richard L 



Vice. Sara A 295,364.427.467 
Vice, Wayne D. 303,529 
Vickers. John 126 
Vickers, Keith 
Vickers, Michael J. 529 
Vincent, Ray L 
Vinson, Teresa L. 529 
Vipperman, Catherine 

;s. Audrey K. 467 

is. Darrell 504 

is. Jesse 561 

is, Ryarnon L. 467 



aioe, Ga 



• N. 



?. Linda J. 529 
e, Barbara J 312.504 
e. Goidie M. 561 
Voets. Joseph C. 467 
Vogelsang, Darla J. 561 
Von Allmen, Margaret 
VonGruemgen. Eddie 529 
Von Handorf. Richard 561 
Vore. Eric D. 
Voss. Jane E. 
Votaw. Gloria J 312,529 
Votel, Michael R 



■.\a..h: 


, Fred B 529 


Wachs 


man. Lewis E, 


Wacla 


A/ski. Theresa M. 504 


Waddeii. Helen J. 467 


Waddell. Joe 467 


Waddell. Madlyn G. 


Wadd 


e, Stephen W. 504 


Wade, 


Billie W. 303,504 


Wade, 


Debra K. 314,529 


Wade 


Glenn E. 375,468 


. ■.,!..'- 


Kenneth B 561 


Wadli 


igton, Lindal W. 468 


Wafer 


ing, Cheryl A.M. 


Waffo 


rd. Mike J. 


Wagers, Anga J 


Wager 


s, Jean C 


Wager 


s, Linda D 


Wager 


s, Lyman E. 


Wager 


s, Molly A. 315 


V.aqer 


s, Phyllis E. 


'.'..ilK-i 


5. Sarah F H 


V.jQQ~ 


ner, Connie W. 529 


Wagm 


an, Ronald N. 


Wagr 


r. AnnC 561 


,\jtr' 


r. Claire F. 468 


Wag nt 


r, Danielle 


■,'.j,.r-. 


r, Dennis 


Wagm 


r. Gloria 180 


Wagnf 


r, Nancy J 529 


Wagm 


r. Thomas R, 504 


.'..J..1, 


er, David L. 468 


Wago 


er, Kent A. 


i'. ago 


er, Nancy L. 


Wagor 


er. Ricky A. 561 


'.", a ' r 


ght. Constance 504 


Wamr 


ght. Deborah J. 561 




:ott. Debora E. 364,4 


Waits 


Catherine M 311 


Waits 


Charles W 


Waits 


Charlotte L. 


Waits 


Sandra K. 468 


Wakef 


leld, June L. 529 


Walde 


n, Charmame 561 


Waide 


n. Dalmea L. 468 


Walde 


n, Wayne N. 468 


Waldr 


dge. Wilbert Jr 




r, Antoinette M. 


Walke 


r, Barbara J. 529 


;'. a i k t 


r. Barbara P. 561 


Walke 


r. Candace S- 468 


Walke 


r. Charles S 529 




r, Donald R 


Walke 


r, Dorlas G- 


Walke 


r, Douglas E. 529 


Walke 


r. Earl W. 561 


Walke 


r. Ernest R. 529 


Walker, Hazel F.R. 479 


Walke 


r. Iris D 


Wa kc 


r, Jackie S. 529 


v\., >■ , 


r. Johnny 


■;\a -.. 


r. Kathy L. 529 




r. Richard E. 


Walke 


r, William F. 504 


Wall, 


Albert L 


Wall, George R. 


Wall, 


Hilda A. 504 


Wall, James H. 



Wall. Nancy E. 565 
Wall. Rhonda C. 304.561 
Wallace. Denn.sS. 



Wallace. Jewell O. 
Wallace. Karen L. 
Wallace, Paula K. 561 



608 INDEX & DIRECTORY TEG-WAL 



Waller. John Z.T. 

Wallete. James A 468 

Wallm. Julia B 561 

Walroth. Chuck 237 

Walser. Mary S. 561 

Walter, James B 

Walters. Arthurme M 316,357 

Walters. Daniel D 

Walters, Delphia R. 

Walters. Glen J 

Walters, Joyce A. 561 

Walters, Kenneth W. Jr 253.273.504 

Walters. Larry E 

Walters. Reginald G 316 

Walters, Thomas R 561 

Walton, Charles R 

Walton, Tyler P. 



:-.._, t 



Wil 



Walz. Peggy A 

Walz. Roger A. 

Wampler, Anthony 

Wan, Helen 

Ward, Betty C 

Ward. Charles F. 

Ward, Charles F 

Ward. Deborah L. 561 

Ward, Elizabeth K. 561 

Ward. James R 

Ward, Jesse P 

Ward. Samuel M. 

Ward, Sarah K 

Ward. Sharon L 390,529 

Ward, Wanda G. 

Warden, Thomas A. 290.303.529 

Ware, Jeffery L 

Ware. Ronald D 

Ware, Thomas C. 

Warford, Hubert E 

Warford. Juanita F 504 

Warinner, William D 468 

Warman. Gwenda G 561 

Warming, Virginia E. 

Warne, Alan M. 

Warne, David F.468 

Warner, Anthony 

Warner, Gregory S- 468 



Warn 



, Me 



Warner, Sharon S. 468 
Warner, Wendell D. 
Warning, David W 561 



Warren. Gregory O 372 



Warren, Noland D 
Warren, Rose L 
Warrington, John A Jr 385 
Warm. Edith J 
Warnx, Wayne L. 
Warthman, John H 468 
Washington, Brenda J 316,504 
Washington, Joe I. Jr 237,392,483 
Washington, Perry L. 
Washington, Sheila M 
Waters. Paula M 561 
Wathen, Catherine J 
Wathen. Charlotte A 565 
Wathen, Hazel M. 314,529 
Wathen. Mary P. 561 



Walk 


ns. Cathlynn 


Watk 


ns. Cymhia J- 561 


Walk 


ns, Gary R 


Watk 


ns. James D. 


Watk 


ns, James M 561 


Watk 


ns, Judith K C 561 


Watt 


ns, Mary L. 


Watk 


ns, Peggy J. 468 


Watk 


ns, Peter L 


Watk 


ns. Sewell 


Watk 


ns, Steven C. 468 


Watk 


ns, Susan J, 468 


Watk 


ns, Virginia L 437 



. Deborah G. 504 



. Wil 



Wats 

Watsc 

Watts, Betty D. 

Watts, Charlotte L 529 

Watts, Donald R. 376 

Watts, Forster 

Watts, Patricia A. 561 

Watts, Philip E 

Watts. Ronald W. 



■ r.i 






Watts, Ste 

Watts. Will 

Waugh, Donna R. 529 

Waxman, Deborah L 354,468 

Way, James S 247,561 

Wayman, Alice E 

Weakley, Lyndon B. 

Weathers, Frances R 329,337,360 



Weathers, Sarah E 316 

Weathers, Thomas J. 

Weaver, Candace J 561 

Weaver, Carolyn M 

Weaver, David L. 

Weaver, Elaine L 

Weaver, Paula J 294,504 

Webb. Calvin R 504 

Webb, Carolyn A 561 

Webb, Charles R 561 

Webb, Christopher J 253,529 

Webb. Deborah M. 561 

Webb. Freda G 504 

Webb. Harold D 

Webb. James W 479 

Webb. Jerry E 529 

Webb, John D 388.468 

Webb. John K 376.529 

Webb. Johnny D. 

Webb. Linda 

Webb, Nancy P. 

Webb, Polly A. 

Webb, Rita J 561 

Webb, Robert S. 

Webb. Roy E 529 

Webb, Teresa L 295.297.359.529 

Webb, Wmset S 

Webber, Delbert E 561 

Webeler. Robert A. 253.292. 

392.504 
Weber. Leonard J. 
Weber, Michael C. 561 
Weber, Theresa A 561 
Webster, Cynthia P. 
Webster, Deena D. 
Webster, Jerome A. 
Webster, Judy L 561 
Webster. Robert C. Ill 565 
Weddmgton, Delores L. 529 
Weddington. Frederick 468 
Weddmgton, Gary W 
Wed.g. Herbert F. 561 
Weed. Rosiland C.B 
Weeks. Marcia L. 353 
Wehm.ller. Terry L. 
Wehry, Kay A 
Weigand. Therese A. 561 
Weihe, GeneN 
Weimer, Roberta L. 353 



Weir 



I R 



Weis, Marty A. 
Weischedel, Judith L 
Weisman. Sherry V 295,561 
Welch, A Michael 330,385 



Welch, JimmieW 387.388.468 

Welch, Joy L 504 

Welch. Michael A. 

Welch, Paul 504 

Welch, Paula D 

Weldon, Gary F 307,561 

Weldon. Kathy L 504 

Weldon, Lyle F. 

Welker, Marsha L. 561 

Wellner, Joe P 

Wells, Billy D 561 

Wells, David B. 529 

Wells, Deborah L 504 



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Wells. Donald W 372 

Wells, Elizabeth A. 

Wells, Frank A Jr. 

Wells. GayleC 219.468 

Wells, Gerald E. 

Wells, Jack B. 

Wells. Jack F 

Wells. James A. Jr. 

Wells, James D 

Wells, Leonards 

Wells. Patricia L 

Wells, Ronma H 

Wells, Ronnie D 468 

Wells, Sammie E. 

Wells, Stephen D 

Wells, Terry L 223,529 

Wells, Virgil E 

Wells. William B 254.255.504 

Welsh, James W 

Welsh. Sara A 529 

Wenderfer. Phyllis A 530 

Wendt. Ted A 



Wen 



. Dan 



Wermuth, Paula M 561 
Werner, Tanya L 561 
Wert, Linda J 315,561 
Wescott. Annette R 530 
Wesley, Danny E 561 
WESLEY FOUNDATION 390 
Wesley. Hilda 
Wesley, Jerry M 468 
Wesley. Jo E 353,504 
Wesley. John T. 468 
Wesley, Margaret P. 
Wesley. Michael F. 393,468 
Wesley, Sara A 
Wesley, William C 
Wesner. Debra J 
Wessell. Judith A 308.468, 
486,504 



Wessel, Judv R 308 

West, Bern.e L 

West. Holton Q, Jr 

West, Jerry L 

West. Patricia A 

West, Suanne T. 

West, Violet F. 561 

Wester, Donna R 

Westerman, Gloria L 

Westerman, Mary C. 354 

Westerman, Paul W 

Westfall. David A 

Westmeyer. Cheryl I. 

Westmeyer. Stephen B 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 393 

Weston, Richard H Jr 

Westnch. Walter N 530 

Wethington, Edith M 562 

Wethmgton, William M 504 

Weyrich. Steven E 

Whalen, Nancy K 

Whaley, James M 

Whallen, Janice K 562 

Whall.n. Ralph 123 

Wheatley. John B Jr 

Wheatley. Mary K 530 

Wheatley. Ronald E 504 

Wheatley, Tony R 



Wh& 



t D. 



Wheeler, Brenda D 530 
Wheeler. Demse 504 
Wheeler, Douglas R 
Wheeler, Elizabeth A. 
Wheeler, Richard C 372 
Wheeler, Tom L. 469 
Wheeler. Vickie L 504 
Whicker. Jill S 295,362,530 
Whisman, Karen LB. 
Whitaker, Billy H 
Whitaker. Clifford D 530 
Whitaker. David 
Whitaker. Donald 
Whitaker, Edgar 
Whitaker. Fannie L. 
Whitaker, Gary D 469 
Whitaker, Geneva 469 
Whitaker, Georgia M 
Whitaker, James P. 
Whitaker, James TJr 
Whitaker, Joe G 
Whitaker, Joe H 
Whitaker. Larry B 
Whitaker, Larry N 
Whitaker, Lucy J 562 




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610 INDEX & DIRECTORY 



Whitaker, Marilyn N 




Wiiku 


s. Lizabeth L 353.530 


Whitaker, Roland 




Wilkir 


s. Millerson L. 115.360,470 


Whitaker, Samuel E 


144 


Wilkir 


son, Barbara J 562 


Whitaker, Sheree D 


530 


Wilkir 


son, Dawn K. 


Whitaker. Stephen J. 


372.388 


Wilkir 


son, Joseph K 


Whitaker. Thomas R 




Wilkir 


son. Linda M 530 


Whitaker, Tommy W 




Willet 


.Colleen A. 312.504 


Whitaker. Vincent 




Wilha 


ns, Alma D 


Whitaker, William J 




Willia 


ns, Barbara K 


White, Anthony E 




Willia 


ns, Betty A 


White, Ardith W. 




Willia 


ns, Byron B 


White, Carl R. 




IV 


ns. Carolyn R L 


White. Carole L. 469 




Willia 


ns. Charles 


White. Danny L 




Wilhar 


ns, Charles H. 479 


White. David E 290.530 


Wilha 


ns, Charles III 


White. David L 




Willia 


ns, David N. 


White. Douglas D Jr 




Wilhar 


ns, David W 


White, George T 




Wilhar 


ns, Donald L. 530 


White, Howard E. Jr 




Wilhar 


ns, Doris G 


White. James E. 562 




Willia 


ns, Doyle 


White. James W 




Wilhar 


ns, Fernie D 562 


White, Jean M. 




Wilhar 


ns, Floyd D 


White. John R. 303 




Wilhar 


ns, Frankie J 470 


White. John S. 




Wilhar 


ns, Gary L 562 


White, John W 504 




Wilhai 


ns, Helen J. 562 


White, Judith K 




Wilhar 


ns, Henry A. 


White, Karen 




Wilhar 


ns, Jacqueline 


White, Martha G 




Wilhar 


ns. James A. Jr. 530 


White. Martha J 294.562 


Wilhar 


ns, Janet L 


White. Mary P. 562.591 


Wilhar 


ns, Jean G 



Whit 



N.' 



White, Patrick E 

White. Paul D 

White, Phyllis G. 

White, Ralph 300 

White, Ramona P 

White, Robert G 

White, Ronald F 258 

White, Stephen G. 530 

White, Torn! L. 

White, William E 

Whitehead. Barbara L. 562 

Whitehead. Bradford A. 

Whitehead. Marcie A 562 

Whitehead, Margaret J 469 

Whiteh.ll, Harry L. 530 

Whitehouse. Mary E 312.530 

Whitehouse. Roger D 504 

Whitehouse. Steven A 375.469 

Whiteside, John M 253.562 

Whitis, Cathy 562 

Whitley. Danny W 

Whitley. Debbe A 562 

Whitlock, Jesse P 

Whitlock. Robert B 205.218,221, 

380.404.469.614 
Whitlow. Judy 562 
Whitlow. William A 
Whitney, Jack C 
Whitson. Williams 
Whitt, Dennis E 
Whitt, Minton E 
Whittamore, James L. 479 
Whitten, Donna L 504 
Whittenberg, Jesse G. 
WHO'S WHO 200 
Wibbels, David A 388.530 
Wibbels. Lester T Jr 
Wick, Robert L 
Wicker. Clyde E. Jr, 
Wickersham, Edna L. 
Wickl.ne, Linda L. 
Wickline, Robert F 470 
Wicklund. Andra V. 530 
Wicklund. Carl H 469 
Widener. Freida A 
Widup. Robert M. Sr. 562 
Widup, Rose M. 
Wiegele, Robert W 247 
Wiener, Beth A 298,530 
Wienties, Sharon 221,470 
Wigfield, Paul D 370,388,470 
Wiggins, Debra J. 562 
Wigginton, Helen J. 562 
Wilborn. Susan D 293.504 
Wllburn, Elijah R 
Wilburn, Yvonne R. 530 
Wilcher. Nancy C. 530 
Wilcher, Ronald L 
Wilcher. Terry P 562 
Wilcox. Carol L. 470 
Wilcon, Nancy J 562 



Will 



, Wit 



Wilde. Sandra L 294.300,504 
Wilder, Jane C. 
Wiles. David A 
Wiles, Gerald R 
Wiley, Elizabeth K. 
Wiley, Nora M. 
Wilham. Janie R 562 
Wilhelm, Bruce W 
Wilhite. Sherrill L. 562 
Wilho.t, Kenneth R. 
Wilhoite, Mark E. 
Wilhoite, Rhonda K. 
Wilkerson, Bonnie L. 
Wilkerson, Charles M- 562 
Wilkerson. Wilham C. 



. Jennifer P 562 

.Jimmy D 

.Judith E 470 

, Judith E 

.Julia A. 221.353,401 

, Kenneth L. 380 

, Krista K 504,588 

. Linda L 504 

, Lindsey 298 

, Margaret S 

, Mark H. 255.530 

, Michael C. 

, Nancy L 562 

. NevelT 289.470 



sW. 



Wilson, John D 
Wilson, Joyce W. 357,471 
Wilson, Judith A. 504 
Wilson, Judy L 304,504 
Wilson, Keith L. 530 
Wilson. Lady B 
Wilson, Lana J. 562 
Wilson. Larry D 
Wilson. Lewis 530 
Wilson, Lynne A 471 
Wilson, Marilyn A 
Wilson. Mark A 
Wilson. Mark O 372 
Wilson. Mary S. 471 
Wilson, Mattie L 
Wilson, Michael A 504 
Wilson, Michael J 504 
Wilson. Nancy E 
Wilson, Patricia 
Wilson, Paul A 
Wilson, Rebecca J 353 
Wilson, Robert C 
Wilson, Rogers R 562 



Wil: 



j H 



Wilson, Ruth A 302,471 

Wilson, Sharon L 471 

Wilson, Stella L 

Wilson. Stephen J 

Wilson. Susan M. 310.364.391 

Wilson. Terry A 

Wilson, Valerie 

Wilson, Wanda J 471 

Wilson, Wayne T 530 

Wilson, Wendell 

Wilson, William S. 

Winbun, Eugene W Jr 306.530 

Winburn. Cynthia C. 471 

Wmburn, Daniel 

Winburn, Margaret A 562 

Winburn. William J 562 

Wind, Beverly J 310.504 

Windhorst, Daniel T. 

Winkle. Deborah D 504 

Winkle, Marsha B 

Winkle, Roger A 531 

Winkler, Dw.ght L. 

Winkler, Robert G 565 

Winn, Gary B 531 

Winn, Nancy A 

Winnecke, John E 



Willi 


ims, Richard F 562 


Winner. Cathy L. 531 


Willi 


ms, Richard H 


Winstandley. Stewart 


Willi 


ms. Richard T 


Winstead. Florence H. 471 


Willi 


ms, Robert L. 530 


Winstead. Roy 


Willi 


ms. Robert M 


Winstead. Sharon L. 


Willi 


ms. Roger L. 530 


Winter. Michon R 


Willi 


ms. Roma J 


Wires. Margaret A 395,504 


Willi 


ms. Ronald D 562 


Wirtz, Donn A. 


Willi 


ms, Ronald L 


Wischer, Barbara E. 504 


Willi 


ms. Sandra K- 


Wise, Brenda F 391,531 


Willi 


ms, Scott S 


Wise. James R 306.531 


Willi 


ms, Ted J. 530 


Wise, Joe 193 


Willi 


ms, Ted M. 470 


Wise. Kenneth C 


Willi 


ms, Ted S 470 


Wise, Peggy L 


Willi 


ms, Virginia L 


Wiseman. David K 


Willi 


mson, Donald R. 


Wiseman, Judith B 


Willi 


mson. Judy K 


Wiseman, Robert C. 


Willi 


mson. Lisa 565 


Wisher, Karen A 354.471 


Willi 


mson, Lonnie E 530 


Withers. Darrell H 


Willi 


mson. Patricia 


Withers. Mary E 


Willi 


mson. RusselT. 302.470 


Withers. Patti S 471 


Willi 


n. Billy J 


Withrow. Donald R 328,562 


Wi i i 


in. Donn.e R, 


Witt, Arnold R 380.531 


Willi 


lgham, Brenda D 530 


Witt. Brenda L 562 


Willi 


, Bobby G 


Witt. Glenda M 562 


Willi 


, John T 562 


Witt, Haran E 531 


Willi 


, Lyle L Jr 530 


Witt, James D 504 


Willi 


, Margaret A. 


Witt, James D. Jr. 


Willi 


Sharon D 


Witt, Joe L. 


Willn 


IBS, Don P 


Win. Linda R 


Wills 


Clyde L 


Witt, Malcomb M 531 


Wills 


Harry P. 


Witt, Mark A. 


Wills 


lleneB 


Witt, Mark T 


Wills 


Mary P 221,359 


Witt. Ralph D 


Wills 


Richard G. 


Witt. Sandra M 505 


Wilm 


hoff, Carol R 


Witt. Sarah A. 


Wilm 


hoff. Michael A. 


Witt.SondraC 


Wilm 


ore. Barbara A. 


Witten. Jospeh R 


Wilsc 


n. Barbara V H 


Woegens. Chris W 483 


Wilsc 


n. Betty S 


Wojciechowski, Margaret 


WllM 


n, Bobby R 


Wolber. Gary C 


Wilsc 


n. Bonnie J 562 


Wolf. Robert L 266,267,531 


Wilsc 


n, Catherine S 562 


Wolfe. Dennis R. 531 


Wilsc 


n. Daniel E 479 


Wolfe, James H 


Wilsc 


n. David E 372.504 


Wolfe, Ronnie G. 


Wilsc 


n, Diane J. 


Wolfe. Thomas C 


Wilsc 


n, Dianne 


Wolfe. Vick. K 562 


Wilsc 


n. Donna S 562 


Wolfer. Nancy S 293.310.505 


Wilsc 


n. Elaine N 


Wolff. Charmaine M 


Wilsc 


n. Ernest S. 


Wolford. Donna 1 


Wilsc 


n, Gary A 562 


Wolfzorn. Robert A. 531 


Wilsc 


n. Gary A 


Womack, James C. 367.471 


Wilsc 


n. George G 


Womack, Susan L 31 5,359,600 


Wilsc 


n, Gilbert A 290 


Womack. Teresa A 562 


Wilsc 


n, James L. 233,237 


WOMEN'S INTERDORM 


Wilsc 


n, Janice L.G. 


COUNCIL 297 


wilsc 


n, Janie M 471 


Wong, Tin Jor 505 


WilSt 


n. John D 


Wood. Brenda L 304.407.531 



Wood, Diane 
Wood. Diane S 
Wood, Gary L 
Wood, Genevieve J. 562 
Wood. James R 310.505 
Wood, Knstm M 505 
Wood. Michael G. 531 
Wood, Robert M 472 
Wood, Willette A 
Woodall, Paul A. Jr 
Woodhead, James F 
Woodhead, James T. 562 
Woodington, Kay E 310.505 
Woodnng. Claudia B 
Woodnng, David M. 
Woodruff. Gayle H 
Woodruff. Gregory A 301,505 
Woodruff. Ken 255 
Woodruff, Martm W 301,472 
Woodrum, Bonnie G 
Woods, Connie S 562 
Woods. Eddie L 
Woods, Frank B 
Woods, James P 
Woods, Jane L 
Woods, Lloyd L 
Woods. Lloyd L 
Woods, Michael E. 531 
Woods, Sandra L 531 
Woods, Wilham H 
Woodward, June A, 
Woody, Elmer R 505 
Woodyard, Kathenne L 
Wooldndge. Kathy D 



Woo 



ry,Jo 



>M. 



Woolery, Pamela H 562 
Woolley. Aida R 505 
Woolley. Craig C 
Woolum, Sherry L 
Woolums, Darrell 



Woo 



is, Larr 



Wooton, Alice W 

Wooton, Don 

Wooton. Michael L. 472 

Wooton, Sally 
Workman. Dons C, 505 
Workman, Gail L 562 
Workman, Lewis E. 505 
Workman, Vicki S 562 
Worley, Darrell K 
Worlev. David L 
Worley. Fred M 
Worley. Gary A 
Worley. Martha M. 562 



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Worthmgton, Charles 245 
Worthington, Elizabeth 214,224.472 
Worthmgton, Mary S 562 
Wozny, Catherine C 200.224.284. 

293.298,472 
Wozny, Constance K 359,505 
Wozny, Mary A 278.531 
WRA 312 
Wren, Alvin Jr. 531 
WRESTLING 264-265 
Wright, Carlm N Jr 
Wright, Daniel F 
Wright, David W 
Wright, Garry W 
Wright. Gwendolyn A 
Wright, Ins B 

Wright, James E. Jr 327,505 
Wnght, JaneE. 331.505 
Wright. June L 562 
Wnght, Kenneth E 
Wright, Larry R, 562 
Wright, Melvm E Jr 472 
Wright, Nancy C 
Wnght, Norma A. 531 
Wright. Norma S 
Wright. Owen W. 
Wright. Pamela V 
Wright. Paul L 
Wright, Paul M 
Wright, Paula CW, 
Wnght, Phyllis A. 221.479 
Wright. Raymond J. 
Wnght. Robert F, 
Wright. Sandra K, 531 
Wright. Sherr. L. 
Wnght, Thomas W. 
Wnght, Wanda MP 505 
Wnght, William R. 233,237 
Wubbenhorst, Jeannett 
Wubbenhorst, John M, 219 
Wullschleger, Marilyn 531 
Wurfel, David G. 327,562 
Wyatt, Barbara L 
Wyatt, Cleveland H 
Wyatt, Larry G, 370 
Wyatt. Sandra J. 531 
Wyatt. Sharon S 531 
Wyatt, Terry G. 472.562 
Wyatt, William G. 391.505 
Wyackoff, Irene A. 
Wynkoop, Mary J 531 



Wynn, Bobby W. 
Wynn. Larry R 308,505 
Wynn. Willard D. 562 
Wynck, Ronald G. Jr. 
Wysocki. Mark E. 326,327 
Wysocki, Nancy A 562 



Yaden. Carolyn H 472 
Yaden. Diana C 
Yaden, Vera A 
Yagi, Fumihiko 505 
Yagi, K. 472 

Yagi, Yoshihiko 208,472 
Yancey. Philip D. 505 
Yang, Daisy L, 
Yann. Gus W 
Yann, Hildegarde 
Yao, Peggy S 562 
Yates. Karen J. 316.562 
Yates. Mary E K 
Yates, Richard H, 472 
Yates, Roger D 472 
Yeager, Gamie A 290,531 
Yeager, Robert A. 562 
Yeager, Robert E Jr 



, Dan 



I W. 



Yeldell, Sidney B. 
Yelton. Harold M. Jr. 
Yelton, Lisa A. 562 
Yeo. Jacquelyn Rose 
Yenan. Dale E 505 
Yoak, Barbara A, 224,505 
Yonts, Gary A 
York. Billy L 
York, Connie S 531 
York David G. 
York, Felix L. 
York, Glendon W. 
York, Kathie J.562 
York, Patsy J 
Young, Barry K. 472 
Young, Brenda D 562 
Young, Darrell G 
Young, David M 
Young, David R. 531 
Young, Deborah A 531 
Young, Donald L. 237,316 
Young, Douglass W 565 
Young, Elizabeth A 505 
Young, Geoffrey S 380.472 
Young, Harold W 
Young, tns VS. 
Young, Jane R 472 
Young, Javene A. 
Young. John A 263,472 
Young, John C 531 
Young. Joseph H. 174 
Young. Kathleen M 483 
Young, Linda M. 472 
Young, Linda W 
Young. Lynda D. 
Young, Mary E. 
Young, Mary M, 
Young, Michael R 
Young, Pamela G. 562 
Young, Patsey A 505 
Young. Ronald R 
Young, Thomas A 
Young, Thomas B 
Young. William P. 
Younger, Cynthia A. 562 
Yount, Barry L. 



Zachary, Jerry L. 
Zachry, Leamon B 562 
Zahonan. Janet E 
Zak, PamalaS 562 
Zanone. Carolyn J 
Zanone. Joy L 562 
Zea. Pamela J 505 
Zechella. Thomas A. 562 
Ze.dler. Peggy J. 562 
Zeles, John E. 
Zerhusen, Gerald R 
Zerkle, Terry L 
Zeysmg. Ann T 
Ziegenfus. Jean E 531 
Zielke, Donald R. Jr, 
Zieres, Brenda A 565 
Zimmerman. Anne R 
Zimmerman, Elaine L 50E 
Zimmerman, Mary A. 
Zimmerman, Sharon F 
Zink. Diane M. 562 
Zmner. John L. 562 
Zmser, Martin C. 
Zion. Dennis C 531 
Z.ssulis, Sister Agnes 479 
Zolas, Carolyn 
Zoll. James R 
Zoller, Susan M. 505 
Zwick, Shirley L.F. 472 
Zytczak, Janet C, 562 



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"There is a Reaper, whose name is Death, 

And, with his sickle keen, 
He reaps the bearded grain at a breath, 

And the flowers that grow between." 
Longfellow, The Reaper and the Flowers 



612 IN MEMORIAM 



In Memoriam 




GARY J. BLEICHNER 

Senior 

Southgate 

January 4, 1971 



STEPHEN A. BUTLER 

Sophomore 

Milton 

October 3, 1970 



THOMAS EARL JORDAN 

Sophomore 

Louisville 

December 13, 1970 




ROBERT McKINNEY 


STEVEN M. RUCKMAN 


LAWRENCE KNEPFLE 


Freshman 


Senior 


Milestone Portrait Photographer 


Bedford 


Plymouth, Ohio 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


October 3, 1970 


November 8, 1970 


February 12, 1971 



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Editor's Note 



Finally, the year of 1971 has been recorded on the 616 pages of the MILE- 
STONE and it is my sincere hope that itwill be cherished by each of its 8,000 
holders as both a reference book and a history of the year at Eastern. 

It was a long hard grind that I could never have finished without the help 
of many people. I could not possibly mention everyone who had a hand in the 
completion of this book, but there are a few people I must mention here. 
There are two that I could always depend on being here hard at work, Susie 
Boston and Bill Sawyer, who worked on nearly every section of the book. As 
the final deadlines came nearer, my managing editor, Paula McCann, took 
over many sections that were not getting done. Thanks are also due to my 
section editors and staff members who realized their responsibilities and 
sacrificed their time for the MILESTONE. I can never repay Don Feltner, my 
adviser, and Doug Whitlock, my brother, for their guidance and direction, 
without which there would not have been a 1971 MILESTONE. 

A very special thanks is due Schley Cox, who was responsible for nearly all 
the beautiful color photography and much of the black and white. I also 
must thank a long list of student photographers including Larry Bailey. Sam 
Lynn, Marianne Rose, Patsy Gross. Dennis Scarbrough, Mike Hack, In Sung 
Chung, Jim Shepherd, John Branson and Doug Droz. Billy Davis III, director 
of photography at the Courier-Journal, was responsible for the campus aerial 
on pages 24-25. 

I also thank the fine people at Delmar Printing Company, Ron Wempe, Bob 
Anderson, Wayne Wolfe, Sybil Parrish, Emma Thomas and Ralph Van Dyke for 
their services and cooperation. Thanks also to John Mullaney, Steve May, 
Betty Megerle and the late Larry Kneipfle of Osborne Photographic Labora- 
tories, Inc. for portraits and group pictures and service given the MILESTONE. 

—Bob Whitlock 



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Specifications 



The 1971 MILESTONE was prepared by the 
students of Eastern Kentucky University and 
printed by offset lithography by Delmar 
Printing Company, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

All 616 pages are printed on 80-pound 
Meads Black and White enamel stock. The 
endsheets are 65-pound cover-weight Ham- 
mermill Sienna Bronze. 

The cover is composed of Brown Cordoba 
base with gold metalay and other elements 
blind embossed with a black rub over the en- 
tire cover. 

Body copy for the opening 25 pages is 
Optima, 14 point with 2-point leading; for the 
remainder of the book News Gothic, 12 point 
with 2 point leading is used. Outlines are 8 
point News Gothic. Senior listings are News 
Gothic, 10 point and underclasses are 8 point. 
Headlines are News Gothic 30 point. 

Various special effects are used in several 
sections of the MILESTONE in an effort to 
achieve maximum reader appeal. A combina- 
tion of posterization and wavy line conver- 
sion printed in black and PMS 207 brown inks 



are used on major divisional pages. Sub- 
divisional pages are one-color posterizations 
printed in two tones (100 and 30 per cent) of 
black. 

Other special effects were achieved through 
the use of a 50mm-300mm Auto Nikkor zoom 
lens, double exposures, panning with the 
subject and other photographic techniques. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pic- 
tures, both four-color and black-and-white 
included: Nikon (35mm), Leica (35mm), Pen- 
tax (35mm), Minolta (35mm), Nikkormat 
(35mm), Rolleiflex (2% x 2V4), Mamiyaflex 
(2V4 x 2'A), Yashicamat 124 (2Va x 2Y*), Lin- 
hof (2V 4 x 2 3 / 4 ) and Speed Graphic (4 x 5). 
Lens focal lengths used ranged from wide 
angle, 21mm, to mirror telephoto, 500mm. 
Senior and underclass portraits were photo- 
graphed with a Beatie Portronic Camera, 
70mm, using dual Speedotron strobe lights, 
by Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Press run was 8,000 copies. 



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