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Building was no new thing 
to Eastern Kentucky Univer- 
sity. More than a decade of 
feverish construction was the 
heritage of the University as 
it entered 1971-72. This tradi- 
tion of a developing campus 
was continued at no less a pace 
during the year, exposing all 
to the increasingly familiar 
sights of hardhats. structural 
steel, building forms, and 
frenzied workman. But, it was 
in this year that Eastern sur- 
passed her previous history of 
expansion with the realization 
of years of dreams and plans. 




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There was a marked difference 
in the building of this and past 
years. For, within an area one-hun- 
dred yards in length, on the site of 
an old football field, three build- 
ings were completed that, for the 
first time since the first couple 
strolled through the ravine, changed 
the center of campus life. Three 
buildings, which fused with the ex- 
periences of the year, emerged with 
unsurpassed significance. The East- 
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As the year unfolded, the campus 
population witnessed the fulfillment, 
dedication and utilization of a triad 
of structures aimed at serving dis- 
tinct, yet interrelated, needs of the 
University community. Within the 
confines of a new plaza stretched 
academic, social, recreational and 
spiritual facilities that within a few 
short months became landmarks 
rivaling nearby Daniel Boone and the 
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The fruition of a half decade of 
dedication and vision, the Chapel 
of Meditation became a reality. 
A gift to Eastern from those who 
love her, it was jewel-like, vibrant 
with the physical warmth of wood 
carvings and glowing stained glass 
panels. An aura of color imparted 
a manifestation of the high pur- 
pose symbolized by the Chapel, 
the hub of plaza involvement. 




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Seemingly distinct and apart to 
itself, yet an integral part of the 
whole, soared the monolithic Memo- 
rial Bell Tower. Standing in honor of 
Eastern students who have given their 
lives in their country's service, the 
Tower rang in a new spirit at the be- 
ginning of 1972, as it began to forever 
call daily to mind those of fortitude 
and clear purpose. 



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January brought the new year and 
the opening of the Powell Building, 
a new University Center harboring 
dining, recreational and other long- 
anticipated additions to University 
life. From the first day, these new 
corridors resounded with the in- 
tensity of hundreds — student 
voices at study, leisure and living. 



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Within the maze of the University 
Center nestled a new, unchallenged 
gathering place, the grill. Paneled 
in wood weathered on campus farm- 
yards, this facility became an intro- 
ductory ground to people never 
known although seen each day. Small 
worlds and circles of friends often 
touched and joined, offering a glimpse 
of some unknown, previously un- 
named individual. 




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After months of covetous eyeing, seeing the 
buildings grow, iron railings ruling the area, and 
cement grabbing footsteps, the reward proved to 
be unbounded. New academic, recreational and 
spiritual offerings neatly tucked in a hundred 
yards of long-contemplated dreams. What for? 
People. People of a variety of experience and 
background, bound by the common bond that is 
Eastern, now sat upon their cement thrones after 
watching others building for them and for those yet 
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CONTENTS 






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Jniversity Life 
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Honors .... 
\thletics . . . 
Jrganizations 
Jlasses of 1972 
Jnderclasses 



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Record Numbers Enroll For Fall Semester 



The 1971-72 academic year began 
not unlike previous years, but with 
one major difference. It was the big- 
gest. A record 10,171 students regis- 
tered for on-campus classes, and vir- 
tually all of them — or so it seemed — 
arrived on campus the same week- 
end in August with most of their 
worldly possessions. 

If the registration of underclassmen 
seemed less hectic, even in the face 
of record enrollment, it was for good 
reason. Some 1,182 new freshmen, 
about half of the total, had registered 
during special preregistration and 
orientation earlier in the summer. 
Begun as a pilot project in 1970, the 
pre-registration was in its first year of 
full-scale operation. 

Registration itself was routine with 
its line-standing, ID photographs, etc., 
a necessary prelude to a new year. 





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UNIVERSITY LIFE 27 





Chi Omega Triumphs 
In Powder Puff 



During registration week, Kappa Delta 
Tau again played in the annual powder 
puff football game. For '71, their chal- 
lenge went to Chi Omega. Sigma Nu took 
over the sponsorship of the event. Fresh- 
men, sophomores, juniors and seniors 
all gathered to watch the girls battle it 
out under the hot sun. As the afternoon 
wore on and the girls exhausted their 
energy supplies, Chi Omega emerged 
victorious, with a final score of 42-0. 



Top Left: Brenda Reiter of Chi Omega battles for possession 
of the ball as teammates gather. Center: Prior to the kick- 
off Kappa Delta Tau and Chi Omega size each other up while 
planning for a victory. Right: With a flick of the wrist and 
a pull at the flag a KDT "tackles" this fleeing Chi-O. 




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Top: Mary June Brunker of Chi Omega rests for a moment as she decides 
her next play. Left: KDT's rush for a second-half 15 yards, imposing a brief 
scare on Chi Omega. Above: JodyCavalierslylyplans thenextKDT onslaught. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 29 





Top: Barbara Buck cycling for Theta Chi whizzes 
past (he judges' table as she begins her final lap. 
Above: Even at a stand-still, this bicycle wheel 
hints of motion and energy. Right: Helpful people 
are always appreciated; here, a Theta Chi saves 
the day for tricycle entrant, Karrol Guy, in need. 




30 UNIVERSITY LIFE 




Vibrant Fall Color 
Captured in Activity 



Activities filled the weekends in the 
fall. Some were remembered and 
others, less publicized, drifted to the 
depths of memory banks. The move- 
ment and color that always charac- 
terize the fall were captured in the ac- 
tivity of the speeding two-wheelers of 
the DU Bike Race. 



Left: Kappa Alpha Theta Donna McGinnis reigns as Bike 
Queen. Below Left: Friendly faces and cheers give strength 
to the tiring riders. Below: One of the organizers of the 
yearly event, Jerry Scaringi, oversees the bike race. 





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Book Store Offers 
Life's Little Necessities 



Every year, about the same time, every- 
body heads for one place with only one thing 
in mind. The place is the bookstore, and the 
thought is "How much will they cost this 
semester?" The bookstore, though it may 
not have seemed so at the end of each sem- 
ester, was one of the students' best friends 
on campus. It offered required texts, class 
materials, and many essential items such as 
incense, candles, and most importantly, TV 
Guides. 




After all the hunting and searching, students must all wait those never-ending lines. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/BOOK STORE 33 




For those without access to a refrigerator, the window ledge offers a convenient "cooler". 



Food In Dorms 
Illegal, Inevitable 



Nearly everybody did it. A few got 
caught. Those few had to pay the pen- 
alty, but for those sly enough, oppor- 
tunity presented itself for real 
"home-cooked" meals. When the 
funds ran low, a can of soup was a 
cheaper way to a "balanced" diet. 
Many rooms had suspicious-looking 
towels draped over oddly shaped 
boxes. What could they have been? 
... A refrigerator? 




A quick and easy way to breakfast is to keep it in your room. 



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Hectic Mornings 
Start Class Days 

Early morning classes meant even 
earlier showers, which meant waking 
up before you really wanted to. After 
the shower, the pleasure awaited of 
standing in line for a sink. Girls had 
the advantage of performing certain 
chores the night before, but they, too, 
rose early to comb out their hair and 
apply their make-up. 



Left: Before settling down to a night's sleep, freshman 
Sally Munson rolls her hair in preparation for the next 
day's classes. Below: Mornings bring crowded sinks. 








Janet Combs is a picture of concentration as she studies in the solitude of her room. 



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Vary With Students 



After each day of classes, students 
had to start studying for the next. And, 
study habits varied with almost every 
student. Some seemingly took time 
out only to eat and sleep. Others didn't 
study at all; some didn't have to, some 
didn't want to. 



Denise Ormes (left] and Lynn Maley (below] find (hat 
their beds offer a comfortable place to do their home- 
work. Bottom: Caught in the reflection of her dresser 
mirror. Connie Lovelace does a bit of final reviewing. 



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Exhausted Students 
Seek Relaxation 



After a hectic day of classes, stu- 
dents unwound in various ways. While 
many spent their leisure time in the 
new University Center shooting pool, 
bowling, or playing a quick game of 
football, others found ways to relax in 
the privacy of their dormitory room. 
Some slept, some watched television, 
and others just sat around and talked 
to friends. 



Drab walls may be made interesting, if not attractive, 
with colorful posters. 





Some male students provide some of their own furniture to make life in 
the dorms a bit more pleasant. Right: Rusty Fitzpatrick relaxes in front 
of his television after classes. 




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Jane Ralliff spends her spare time knitting herself a sweater. 





Weight-watching is an essential pastime of these and al 
other women. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 39 




Student Affairs 
Organize Activities 



A new program of coordinated dormitory 
activities highlighted residence hall living. 
Directed by Miss Mary Glass and Mr. Ben 
Nankivell, activities were initiated that stu- 
dents participated in throughout the year. 
Included were coffee houses, folk sings, arts 
and crafts classes, movies, and several dis- 
cussion groups. 

Not only did activities take place in the 
dorms, but also trips were taken to go ice 
skating, horseback riding and to the Barn 
Dinner Theater. 



Many students participated, in the arts and crafts classes held in 
McGregor Hall's date lounge. 




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Left: Steve Lewis pauses during his performance at a Todd Hall 
Coffee House. Below:Local bands perform at dorm dances. 





Students play a quick game of ping pong in Martin Hall Recreation Room. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 41 



Brockton ... 'A Place 
To Call Home' 



For many of Eastern's married students, 
Brockton was a place to call "home". Life 
was simple at Brockton. Although there 
wasn't much time for social life, due to work 
or study, Brockton residents occasionally 
had get-togethers with their neighbors for 
dinner or to play cards. 



Theresa Gray, like many married women, spends much of her time 
on the phone. 





Gina. the Gray's eight-month-old daughter, trys to help her father do his studying. 



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Left: The Gray family lives in their own trailer parked in Brockton 
Trailer Court. Above: Tevis takes time from his studies to play with 
his daughter, Gina. Below: Sales parties are one of the recurring 
social events for the women at Brockton. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE 43 





Students assist each other during drafting classes. 



Student teacher Katie Short patiently answers questions asked by 
her students. 




A ceramics student works diligently over his pottery to form the proper shape. 



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After The Hassle, 
Classes Begin 



After the lines and waiting of regis- 
tration and book buying and getting 
settled in their living quarters, stu- 
dents turned to the routine of class- 
work. 

Eastern students went to classes 
daily, each pursuing his own schedule 
of morning or afternoon classes, on a 
Monday-Wednesday, or Tuesday- 
Thursday class pattern which he at- 
tempted to manipulate for the maxi- 
mum of free time. 



Much time is spent practicing figure drawing techniques. 




Students actively participate in customary folk dances in a co-educational physical education class. 



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The library provides the solitude needed for undisturbed study. 




Library Provides 
Student Necessities 



The library provided almost un- 
limited facilities and resources which 
aided students in acquiring their edu- 
cation. Students could obtain the 
assistance they needed by using the 
learning resource center, dial acess, 
instructional media, and the law 
library. Those interested in looking at 
artifacts from the history of the coun- 
try found pleasure by browsing 
through the museum. 



Students use the learning resource center for aid in stu- 
dent teaching. 




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Above: |imm\ Johnson checks out books at the circulation desk. 
Left: Freshmen soon learn that the library offers the best place for 
study. Below: Students complete book cards before going to the 
checkout desk. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE 47 



Bikes Sweep Campus 



With the fad of bike-riding spread- 
ing over the nation, Eastern students 
were not left behind. From the start of 
the year bikes were a familiar sight 
on the EKU campus. Students living 
on- and off-campus found them to be 
a cheap and quick means of transpor- 
tation, regardless of the weather. 





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Sandy Moermond and Roger Miller compete in a game of foosball. 



Game Room Holds 
Suitcasing Students 

For years, Eastern had been labeled a 
suitcase college because of the number of 
students going home on weekends. Their 
traditional excuse had been that there was 
nothing to do on campus. The opening of the 
game room in Powell University Center 
killed this excuse. The game room had 12 
bowling lanes, and in an alcove were tables 
for billiards, bumper pool, and foosball. 
In a quiet room there are tables where stu- 
dents can play cards. 



Because of the crowded conditions, Christy Vanderpool and Jerry 
Phillips wait for a pool table. 




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Eyes have a language all Iheir own in the grill where sometimes 
boys watch girls, and girls watch boys, and many times silent mes- 
sages are quite eloquent. 






Lines of students crowd the cafeteria and grill of the University 
Center shortly after the new food service facilities opened. 




Students Form Endless 
Lines, Lines, Lines . . . 

Line standing was a major part of Uni- 
versity life, as students gathered to wait 
their turns for many necessities, including 
food. 

The new Powell Building featured more 
serving lines than the old Student Union, 
but the larger crowds attracted by the new- 
ness, and more attractive surroundings, of 
the University Center offset the ability to 
serve more students faster. 



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Fickle Climate Adds 
To Infirmary Load 

Kentucky's predictably unpredictable 
climate and the winter's influenza epidemic 
resulted in booming business for the Student 
Health Service. Students who rushed the 
season during some unseasonable warm 
spells, or who experienced illnesses ranging 
from colds to homesickness sought the 
services of the medical staff which kept a 
24-hour vigil. 





Top: During the flu season, a student sits waiting the 
verdict of the thermometer. Above: A Student Health 
Service nurse helps a student register for treatment. 
Right: A recuperating patient rests in one of the 
infirmary beds available to persons with short-term 
illness. 




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Materials necessary for operating the Student Health Service 
include health records (left) on all EKU students and (above) 
paraphenalia for examination and treatment. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 57 




Information Programs 
Center on Drug Abuse 



The national issue of drug abuse was the 
object of concerted information programs at 
Eastern. Project HEAD, dormitory interest 
and discussion groups and informational 
skits were all part of a self-education pro- 
gram operated by students. 

Drug use was not a wide-spread campus 
problem, but Eastern did have an apparent 
small percentage of users, some of whom 
were arrested during the year. The largest 
drug find of the year was a cache of drugs 
confiscated by local authorities in a farm- 
house occupied by students. 

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Top: Model Laboratory School students prepare a drug information 
kit which was displayed in area schools. Above: An overflow crowd 
watches one of the student-produced drug education skits. 





Top: Students perform one of a series of drug education skits 
presented during the year. Above: Joyce Albro leads a discussion at 
a meeting of the drug information group, Project HEAD. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 59 




Karrol Guy concentrates on her etching during graphics class while using a dri-point needle. 



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Visiting Artists 
Display Techniques 



Art had different meanings to dif- 
ferent people. To some, art was un- 
usual, yet beautiful sculptures. To 
others, it was the results of a skillful 
brush stroke on canvas. And to still 
others, it was a masterful etching. 

Culture was made evident on cam- 
pus by the visitation of several artists. 
These artists included painters, sculp- 
tors, and photographers. 



Left: Robert Lockhart. visiting sculptor, discusses his 
sculpture of a Viking warrior. Below: This piece of art 
calls for inspection from all angles. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE 61 



Center Board Sponsors 
Lectures, Fine Arts 



The University Center Board's Lecture 
Series was off to a flying start with Alvin 
Toffler's appearance in October. Toffler's 
book FUTURE SHOCK had been among the 
best-sellers for a long time and was on the 
required reading list for many classes. Tof- 
fler was followed in November by Julian 
Bond. Bond spoke forcefully concerning 
racial relations and also stressed the college 
student's responsibility to use the vote wise- 
ly. The series ended with the appearance of 
Ralph Nader in April. Nader's reputation as 
champion of the consumer drew a large 
crowd to hear what he had to say. 

The Center Board also presented a Fine 
Arts Series. The Don Cossack Chorus and 
Dancers performed before a delighted 
audience in Brock Auditorium. The next 
highlight of the series was the performance 
of John Chapped as Mark Twain. Another 
popular offering was "The World of Rod 
McKuen" in January. 




Georgia Congressman, Julian Bond, speaks to students on their 
rights and responsibilities as citizens and voters. 




One member of the Don Cossack Dancers performs a traditional Russian folk dance. 



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Alvin Toffler speaks with a news reporter from WKYT-TV. 





Left: John Chappell portrays Mark Twain in the production of 
"Mark Twain Tonight". Above: Fans of Rod McKuen listen intently 
to the readings of his works. 



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When Chicago finally reached the crowd, hands 
went up clapping the beat. One spectator raises 
his crutch in the frenzy of the few minutes be- 
fore the lights came on. 




Cactus entertains at the first spring semester concert. 



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Chicago Just Comes And Goes 

"Too long awaited, too highly anticipated and so 
overrated," were just a few of the EKU student com- 
ments after the Chicago Concert in November. Long- 
requested of the University Center Board, the group 
performed before a sell-out crowd of students that 
had filled dormitories with their recorded music for 
weeks. But, the night of the concert Chicago didn't 
meet expectations and just went through the motions 
until the closing minutes of the performance. It seem- 
ed that the crowd was just beginning to get caught up 
in the performance when they left the stage. 




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Top left: Karen Carpenter, dramatically backlighted by a spotlight, 
plays one of (he drum solos that helped make the Carpenters' con- 
cert a success. Above, and Top left: Karen and Richard Carpenter 



sing some of the music that has made the sister-brother act a re- 
freshing success. 



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Severinson and Carpenters 
Entertain With Music 

Early arrival and a day spent on campus helped build 
a rapport between Doc Severinson and EKU students that 
carried over into his performance. A well-received seg- 
ment of his act was the dancing New Generation, which 
included Severinson's daughter. In short, the Johnny 
Carson Show bandleader made the 1971 Homecoming 
Concert a big hit. 

Later in the fall, the Carpenters made perhaps the big- 
gest hit of all, performing their hits "Close to You," 
"We've Only Just Begun," and "Superstar," plus other 
popular music. 



Top right: Spotlights and moving dancers em- 
phasize the brilliance of color and sound of Doc 
Severinson's Homecoming concert. Above: Sev- 
erinson watches the Eastern-Western battle 
from the sidelines with Skip Daugherty, student 
organization and activities director. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/CONCERTS 67 




Autumn Lingers As 
Winter Hibernates 

Autumn brought a golden burst of outdoor 
activity to the sun-kissed Eastern Campus 
which experienced a welcomed reprieve 
from normality. As in years past, students 
and faculty looked for excuses to walk 
through the colorful ravine, radiant with fall 
colors. Winter's delay kept gloves and 
scarves packed away and gave students time 
to enjoy the refreshing weather of the fall 
semester with hardly a snowflake. 



Above: It was always a relief lo hear a professor announce a fall 
lecture to be held in the fresh air of the ravine. Below: Sunny days' 
shadows lengthened but did nothing to hamper the spirits of stu- 
dents as fall began to hint of the coming quiet of winter months. 




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Above: Under an umbrella of autumn leaves, students wend their 
ways to class across picturesque campus walks. Left: Despite the 
lingering temperate weather, fallen leaves still served as a har- 
binger of more bitter weather. 



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They're Everywhere! 

As times and new people demanded 
change and the campus revolutionized its 
appearance, so did fashion dictate a new 
look. No matter where you looked, this fall, 
spring, and surprisingly, winter, there was a 
girl in those short "short-shorts," hot pants. 
Coeds wiggled to sit properly, squirmed in 
front of crowds and constantly "yanked" 
to keep them where they belonged. But, yet 
each day of the campus revue of legs featur- 
ed still another pair of hot pants. 



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Top left: Omega brother Robert Bell offers venturing students 
a chance to trust lady luck on the spinning wheel. Center: Patty 
Fischer hurries her performing Chi O's as the show must go on. 
Above: A gulp of Gator-aid primes a contestant before a gruelling 
event. Right: Phi Delt Sam Gano strains to reach the finish line in 
the stilt-walking event. 




72 UNIVERSITY LIFE 








BOG County Fair 
Features Variety 

Work, fun and sport themed the 
day at Beta Omicron Gamma's fall 
BOG County Fair. Students and 
townspeople alike wandered 
through the maze booths and tests 
of skill for just pennies. Not all the 
events were exhausting as some all- 
time favorites, such as the checkers 
tournament, were enjoyed. None- 
theless, the competitors couldn't 
help feeling the pressure with each 
participant having plenty of group 
representation to cheer him on. 



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Left: Gi Gi Bradford concentrates setting up her next jump across 
the checker board. Above: Judy Sullivan winces as another pastry 
goodie finds its mark in the pie-throw. 



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Right: Sunday afternoons in the fall are normally too attractive 
to stay inside. Friends often meet on campus and pause to con- 
verse. Above: Brief moments between classes afford an oppor- 
tunity to exchange hellos and, sometimes, get a little rest. 




A colorful swarm of kites fill the air as Kappa Alpha Theta mem- 
bers celebrate their national affiliation. 



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Autumn Days, Events 
Draw Students Together 

The near-perfect weather of a prolonged 
autumn and the colorful events of the fall 
semester helped to pull individuals into 
groups, both large and small. Encouraged by 
the warm, sunny days that stretched into 
December, students turned every campus 
by-way into a meeting place. 

Football's excitement generated the larg- 
est throngs, as sometimes more than 20,000 
fans came to cheer the Colonels, and release 
the pounding of building tensions by joining 
in cries of encouragement, victory celebra- 
tions or the pangs of defeat. 




Rain falls on a Hanger Field Homecoming crowd as the EKU fans 
hope for an elusive victory over Western. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 75 



A Symphony of Color 
and Sound — Band Day 

The annual observance of Band Day at- 
tracted some five thousand high school musi- 
cians to EKU for the traditional morning 
parade through Richmond, a frenzied re- 
hearsal, and the day's highlight — a stir- 
ring halftime performance by the massed 
bands. 




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Homecoming Drudgery Preludes Spectacular 



Literally millions of napkins, stuff- 
ed by thousands of numbed fingers, 
filled the holes in chicken-wire as the 
1971 Homecoming parade took shape 
in a Richmond tobacco warehouse. 
Companionship and anticipation help- 



ed make the task of float-construction 
almost a pleasure, and the annual "Is 
it worth it?" question was answered 
by the crowds who lined sidewalks 
and perched on walls to enjoy the ef- 
forts of the behind-the-scene workers. 






UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 79 





Crowning, Parade Head 
Pre-Game Festivities 

Homecoming at Eastern was, as always, 
more than a football game. A colorful, 
"Name of the Game" parade proclaimed — 
among other things — that "Western's Got 
Cooties." Old grads congregated at the Mary 
Frances Richards Alumni House, and Presi- 
dent Martin once again carried out one of 
his more pleasant responsibilities. And, 
Queen Marie Covington, like many before 
her, momentarily forgot her personal mo- 
ment of glory as the Colonels battled with 
Western. 




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UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 81 



Spirit Survives 
Rain, Defeat 

Day-long rains and the heart-breaking 
loss to Western in an important Ohio Valley 
Conference game couldn't break the Home- 
coming spirit of Eastern's fans. The Colonels 
lone touchdown sent cheerleaders and spec- 
tators alike into ecstacy but, despite the 
16-7 loss, EKU's black Greek organizations 
still strutted in their annual, post-game 
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1971 Homecoming Queen 
Miss Marie Covington 



Reigning as queen over the 1971 Homecoming was Miss Marie 
Covington, a senior physical education major from Georgetown. 
Selected as Queen from among 15 finalists by a panel of judges, 
Marie was a member of the 1970 Homecoming Court and was 
Miss Photogenic in the 1971 Milestone. She was active in the 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation Club and a member 
of the Keith Hall House Council Judicial Board. 



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HOMECOMING COURT 

Selected by student vote in a campus-wide elec- 
tion, this year's Homecoming Court was chosen from 
among 43 organization-sponsored candidates. Picked 
by a panel of on- and off-campus judges were Queen 
Marie and her first and second runners-up, Miss 
Olive Falcone and Miss Frances Adams. 




GAIL WASSON, Case Hall 



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BEVERLEY DISNEY, Sigma Chi 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMIXG 87 




OLIVE FALCONE, Veteran's Club 



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PEGGY HASKINS, Gymnastics Club 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 89 




DEBBIE GROVE, Alpha Delta Pi 



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DEBBIE BEGLEY, Commonwealth Hall 




CHERYL CLARK, Burnam Hall 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 91 




CATHIE DAKEL, Pi Kappa Alpha 



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JUDY SULLIVAN, Kappa Delta Tail 




SHEA PULLIAM, Sidney Clay Hall 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 93 




FRANCES ADAMS, McGregor Hall 




CYNDY HOPKINS, Pershing Rifles 



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KANDY CLAY, Omicron Alpha Kappa 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 95 



Claudia Follows Claudia 
As 1972 Miss Eastern 

Another Claudia reigns as Miss Eastern! 
Claudia Cruse wears the crown presented 
her by Claudia Taylor, the 1971 Miss East- 
ern, after she (the 1972 Claudia) emerged as 
the victor at the Miss Eastern Pageant held 
in early February. With the title comes the 
distinction of being the University's repre- 
sentative in both the Mountain Laurel Festi- 
val and the Miss Kentucky Scholarship 
Pageant. 

A sophomore agriculture major from 
Louisville, Miss Cruse was selected from 13 
contestants. As her talent, she presented a 
modern dance number, entitled, "Fancy 
Pants." 

Claudia is a member of Alpha Delta Pi, 
the modern dance theatre, a Little Sigma, 
and a Colonel cheerleader. 

Her royal court consisted of Miss Lea Bog- 
gio, first runner-up; Miss Brenda Clark, sec- 
ond runner-up; Miss Frances Adams, third 
runner-up; and Miss Debbie Delduca, fourth 
runner-up. Once again the pageant was 
jointly sponsored by Interfraternity and 
Panhellenic Councils. 

Right: Miss Claudia Cruse begins her reign as Miss Eastern with 
the traditional walk down the runway. Below: Minutes earlier, 
Claudia (far right) sits with the other finalists, Debbie Delduca, 
Frances Adams, Brenda Clark and Lea Boggio, awaiting the judges' 
decision. 





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petition. Top Right: The winner receives an embrace from first 



runner-up Lea Boggio. Above: Claudia is swarmed by congratula- 
tions from other contestants. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/MISS EASTERN 97 




Above: Jamesetta Rozier, excorted by Rodney Bundrent, is named 
first runner-up at the Miss Black Richmond Pageant. Right: Linda 
Behanan models her choice of formal apparel. Below: The ten 
finalists line up for the final judging. 





98 UNIVERSITY LIFE/MISS BLACK RICHMOND 






Lauretta Harris Named 
Miss Black Richmond 

The night of December 11, beauty and 
talent filled Edwards' Auditorium as the 
1971 Miss Black Richmond Pageant was held. 
Twenty-one contestants competed for the 
honor, and when the judging was complete, 
Miss Lauretta Harris was named Miss Black 
Richmond. Miss Harris, a senior textile and 
design major from Louisville, was active in 
organizations such as the Home Economics 
Club, Black Student Union, Textile Club, 
and was a Kappa Alpha Psi Jewel. 

First runner-up was Jamesetta Rozier, 
and Toni Smith was named second runner- 
up. Both Miss Rozier and Miss Smith are 
freshmen from Louisville. 



Left top: Miss Lauretta Harris models her casual wear during the 
competition. Left center: Lauretta, escorted by Harry Simpson, 
shows her emotions as she is named the winner. Left bottom: Miss 
Harris is crowned the 1971 Miss Black Richmond by Rebecca 
Weathers, the 1970 Queen. Below: Well-wishers congratulate Miss 
Harris on her new title. 





Even with two at work getting the ice off this windshield proves a job. 




100 UNIVERSITY LIFE 



A Volkswagen wheel feels the immobilization of the ice storm taking on the 
look of bicycle spokes. 




Snow Hinders Travel 

When the dreaded snows finally hit, 
the campus was briefly blanketed by 
inches of the flakes. Batteries went 
dead, car windows seemed to disappear 
and class attendance often dwindled. 
EKU students were thankful that the 
fierce cold and snow lasted for barely 
two weeks. Cold weather hung on but 
was tolerable. 



Left: Snow and ice hampered the sidewalk travelers' jour- 
neys to class, and many found class attendance too much 
trouble to venture out. Below: Eastern's drivers are fre- 
quently restricted to "footin' it" when the winter snows 
freeze. engines. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE 101 



Ceremonies Begin 
Christmas Season 



The "Hanging of the Greens", held in 
Walnut Hall, officially opened the Christmas 
season on campus again this year. Members 
of the music and speech departments aided 
in the continuance of the forty-two-year-old 
tradition. The speaker of the ceremony was 
the Rev. Shelly Akers of Paris. 

The annual performance of Handel's trad- 
itional Christmas oratorio "Messiah" was 
held for the 40th consecutive year on East- 
ern's campus. Dean Wilder, a professor of 
voice at Boston University and the New 
England Conservatory of Music, was the 
guest soloist and was backed by the 175- 
members of the Christmas Oratorio Chorus, 
consisting of Eastern students and faculty 
and participants from the Richmond area. 
Dr. David A. Wehr was the director of the 
program. 



Dr. Donald Henrickson sings a baritone solo during the perfor- 
mance of "Messiah". 





The 175-member chorus, backed by the symphonic orchestra, participates in "Messiah" 



102 UNIVERSITY LIFE/CHRISTMAS 




Dr. George Muns, chairman of the music department, directs the choir during the Hanging of the Greens ceremony. 





Greenery dons the Student Union Building as the Christmas season 
is officially opened. Left: ferri Sellers, sophomore from Cincinnati, 
participates in the traditional ceremony. 



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104 UNIVERSITY LIFE 




Christmas Season 
Campus Adorns 

In addition to the traditional 
"Messiah" and Hanging of the 
Greens, the Christmas season was 
supplemented with gala decora- 
tions, as students "trimmed the 
campus." Christmas ornamentation 
took many forms. A tree in front 
of the Keen Johnson Student Union 
Building served the University 
Community, while dormitory resi- 
dents decorated lobbies, windows 
and, finally, their individual rooms. 



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Two girls find a new prayerful approach to the back-breaking job of writing out a new schedule when classes have closed. 



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2 CHECK CLASS CARDS AGAINST SCHEDULE CARD 

3 COPY SCHEDULE ON BLUE & PURPLE STRIPED CMOS 

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Spring Registration 



Second semester registration was just one 
bit less hectic than fall registration. This was 
due, of course, to the fact that pre-registra- 
tion lowered the number of students who 
had to pass through the lines. But, some- 
how, to the participants it didn't seem any 
easier. The same problems of closed classes, 
long lines, and IBM cards were present in 
full force. However, as always, every student 
made it through and was ready to begin the 
classes that had taken so much work to ac- 
quire. 



Left: A student pauses during registration to make changes in his 
schedule. Below: The floor provides both a seat and a desk for fill- 
ing out IBM cards. 




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110 UNIVERSITY LIFE 




The Rain Comes 
In Any Season 

Rain. It seemed to be a daily hang-up with 
the weatherman, and when it did rain, a 
rainbow of colors spotted the campus like 
newly bloomed flowers. Students had dif- 
ferent feelings about the rain. Some hated 
it and would not go out in it. Some loved it 
and loved what it did to beautify the cam- 
pus greenery. Sometimes a few could be 
seen running and playing in it. 

Friendship is sharing an umbrella during a rain storm. 




Rain or shine, construction workmen keep on the job. 



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Case Hall coeds nonetheless enjoy the first quiet sun. 



A sure sign of spring is the popular and colorful track shoe. 




Signs Begin to Appear 
Promising Warmer Days 



Kleenex boxes and the infirmary got a workout 
this spring as students refused to admit it wasn't 
summer yet! Donning their bathing suits, coeds 
hit the sundeck too soon catching the chilling 
spring breezes. It may have been a bit brisk, but 
who needed to wear a jacket to the grill? 

Spring was coming. The signs were around. 
Trees, grass and vines turned a never-to-be-for- 
gotten shade of green. A rainbow of colors 
walked the campus trails adding to the joyous 
feeling in the air. Once again groups gathered 
outdoors to converse. And, of course, the magic 
of spring drew together boy and girl. 



The first warming days signaling the end of winter turn the 
fancies of young men (and women]. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 113 



Martin Hall 
Opens Casino 



One of the more spectacular dorm 
activities of the year was Las Vegas 
Night. Held in Martin Hall cafeteria, 
the games permitted students to legal- 
ly "win a pile", of play money, that is. 
Students participating in Las Vegas 
Night played a variety of games in- 
cluding Black Jack, Wheel of Fortune, 
Roulette, and Craps. 




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Tell-tale signs of spring and warm days are first 
noticed by the cut-offs, sandals and knit tops 
donned by coeds. Center: Relief from the stifle of 
the University Building frequently comes when a 
class meets outdoors. 




Even the blue-jean crew is forced to admit the weather calls for cooler attire. 



116 UNIVERSITY LIFE 




Profs Move Classrooms 
Outdoors to Breathe 



How many times did students ask if going 
to class was too much bother on those beauti- 
ful spring days? The hassle of getting ready 
for the day's academic life was sometimes 
a struggle. The call of the sundecks was too 
much for sun worshipers to turn down. The 
tennis courts held a special magnetic field 
for the sports minded. 

Those that made it to the high-noon brain 
drainers found it a necessity to wear the 
coolest clothing possible. Survival came to 
many when classes met outside in hopes of 
catching the refreshing spring breeze. 




Art students find new ideas with the refreshing atmosphere of an outdoors workroom. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 117 




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Campus Construction 
Program Continues 

Construction was present on campus in 
various phases of completion. The William 
A. Wallace Building was opened at the be- 
ginning of the fall semester although it was 
several weeks before the building was en- 
tirely finished. Students became accustom- 
ed to attending classes in rooms smelling of 
paint, or to a workman walking in halfway 
through a class. The beginning of spring 
semester was marked by the opening of the 
University Center. The Chapel of Meditation 
was finished as the year closed. The break- 
ing of ground for the Jane F. Campbell Build- 
ing shifted construction to a new area of the 
campus. Projected opening date for this 
Fine Arts Building has been set for the fall 
of 1973. 



President Martin and Superintendent of Public Instruction Wen- 
dell P. Butler break ground for the new Jane F. Campbell Building. 




A honeycomb of pipes await installation as construction continues. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 119 



Lazy April Days Draw Students to Ravine 



Occasionally, the ravine was more than a 
place of solitude for study or casual con- 
versation. It was a popular setting where stu- 
dents gathered for all-campus meetings to 
discuss such national topics as ecology and 
peace, as well as the never-tiring campus 
question of dorm hours. Sometimes the 
Greek fraction of the University met to 
initiate a week of "Song Swap" and "Greek 
Week" activity. Area clothing merchants 
sponsored fashion reviews with Eastern stu- 
dents as the models and political parties 
campaigned with the challenge many times 
coming from a hired band drawing listeners 
to sit and stay awhile. 

While (he greening ravine collects thirsty students interested in 
ecology and sun-bathing, campus trash cans bulge with empty cups. 





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Top: A studying barefoot coed, propped leisurely under a shade 
tree, takes full advantage of springtime. Left: A student treks back 
to her dorm after class. Above: Shade-seeking becomes an activity 
of students looking for a spot to cool off. 

UNIVERSITY LIFE 121 



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Above: A strolling student is reflected in an auto mirror. Right: 
A couple talks in one of the campus' secluded areas. 




122 UNIVERSITY LIFE 





Sunbathing and watching outdoor athletic events are 
popular spring pastimes. 



UNIVERSITY 123 



Spring Unfolds Activity 



As the ice and snow finally gave way to 
breezy afternoons under the sun, Eastern 
came to life. Most activity centered around 
the main events such as the Kappa Alpha 
Old South Olympics and the Sigma Chi 
Derby. Both offered friendly competition not 
only to Greeks, but also to interested inde- 
pendents. Baseball, track and field, tennis, 
and golf occupied EKU's sports-minded. 

The University Center Board obtained a 
wide variety of entertainment favorites, 
and spring restlessness caused a majority 
to pack the auditorium. Besides the mingling 
around the new University Center, students 
still sought the old familiar relaxation of 
the ravine between classes. 



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coins after searching in the pastry mess for points. Below: Friends 
often gather in the ravine to exchange news and relax from the 
daily toils of university life. 



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Degree candidates sit pondering the past four years as speakers, speakers 
and still one more speaker takes the podium before the endless list of names 
begins to be called. 



As Friendships Part, 
Lives Take Direction 

More than 2,000 gathered in May, 
1972 to receive one of the numerous 
degrees offered EKU students. Many 
went on to graduate school pursuing 
their educations. Some had killed time 
with small circles of friends, while 
others had made the best through a 
driving purpose towards a goal. Still 
another faction had whirled in the 
depths of campus politics attempting 
to establish unity through communica- 
tion. There were those that achieved 
their objective — be it just a degree, 
a high GP, or a four-year course in life, 
experience and participation; a few 
had actually attained the combination 
of all three. No matter what, each 
individual left his mark and took his 
fragment of Eastern along to take a 
place "out there". 





Four friends stand together for maybe the last time as their fathers capture 
the moment on film. 



President Robert R. Martin congratulates one of many 
receiving degrees as those packed in the bleachers wait 
to see their friends and relatives cross the stage. 



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Governor Ford Thrusts 
Education In Spotlight 

Kentucky's new Democratic governor, 
Wendell H. Ford, thrust higher education 
into the spotlight early in his administration 
which began in December. Aiming for main- 
tenance of existing programs on Kentucky 
campuses, the Governor's executive budget 
made appropriations for continuation of col- 
lege programs with modest increases for 
inflationary costs. 

The Governor endorsed legislation in 
the 1972 General Assembly to revamp the 
Council on Public Higher Education, give 
the vote to student members on state boards 
of regents, and change the status of some 
institutions within the state. 

To help offset the loss of state revenue by 
removing sales tax from food, Governor 
Ford proposed, in his budget, tuition in- 
creases by the state higher educational in- 
stitutions, except the University of Louis- 
ville. 

During the campaign, Mr. Ford and his 
running-mate, Lieutenant Governor Julian 
Carroll, both made visits to the Eastern 
campus. 




Governor Wendell H. Ford succeeded Louie B. Nunn in the Ken- 
tucky Statehouse in December. 




THE BOARD OF REGENTS. FRONT ROW: Mr. Marvin Edwards, 
Dr. Donald Haney, Dr. Lyman Ginger. State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction; Mr. Earle B. Combs, Mr. William L. 



Wallace. BACK ROW: President Martin, Mr. Robert B. Begley, Mr. 
Henry Stratton, Mr. Gerald May, Mr. Guy Hatfield III and Dr. J. C 
Powell, board secretary. 



128 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 












Top: Mr. Robert B. Beglev and Mr. Earle B. Combs inspect the floor 
plans for the Jane F. Campbell Building at a Board of Regents' 
meeting. Above: Governor Wendell Ford enumerates his ideas at 
a high school journalism conference held at EKU. 



Regents Make Policy, 
Approve Bond Sales 



The Board of Regents, the policy making 
body of the University, experienced an 
eventful year which saw the completion of 
six major buildings and numerous other 
campus improvements, and broke ground for 
a new fine arts building. 

The Board also approved Eastern's 
biennial budget which was submitted to the 
Council on Public Higher Education. 

Buildings completed and dedicated during 
the year included the new university center, 
the Powell Building, the William L. Wallace 
Building, and the Donaldson Service Com- 
plex. 

The Board members, appointed to four- 
year terms by the Governor, are successful 
men who have made significant contri- 
butions in their professions. Student and 
faculty representatives, elected by their 
peers, serve as non-voting members. 



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ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 129 




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President Martin Directs National Association 



President Robert R. Martin's 12th year 
as chief executive of Eastern Kentucy Uni- 
versity was one in which his educational 
leadership extended to both national and 
international levels. 

During the summer, President and Mrs. 
Martin spent three months in Europe where 
he studied England's so-called "red brick" 
colleges, institutions which are similiar in 
scope and purpose to Kentucky's regional 
universities. 

In November, Dr. Martin assumed the 
presidency of the American Association of 
State Colleges and Universities, an organiza- 
tion with some 286 member institutions. On 
taking the helm of the association, Dr. Mar- 
tin said that the most immediate task of 
the association concerns itself with "the 
resolution of the financial crisis facing 
higher education today". 

Representing the association, Dr. Martin 
communicated its members' position on the 
higher education bill introduced in Con- 
gress to the sponsor of the legislation. He 
expressed his dismay that no hard, statistical 
facts were available upon which to base an 
evaluation of the legislation and urged Con- 



gress to remedy the situation. Dr. Martin 
reiterated earlier statements that institu- 
tional aid, student aid, and innovative fund- 
ing must be integral components of any edu- 
cation bill. 

On the state level, Dr. Martin joined with 
the presidents of the other three regional 
universities — Western, Murray and More- 
head — in taking the interests of the uni- 
versities and their stude.nts before the 
Council on Public Higher Education, and, in 
turn, to the 1972 Kentucky General Assem- 
bly. 

Locally, President Martin maintained the 
academic and physical development of the 
University and established committees to 
study campus governance, and to prepare 
for the centennial observance and the South- 
Association of Colleges and Schools self- 
study, both events scheduled for the 
1973-74 academic year. 

He continued the push for further imple- 
mentation and expansion of student ser- 
vices and activities, which were enhanced 
by the January opening of the Powell Build- 
ing, the new University Center. 




Dr. Martin and Earl Roberts, president of the Alumni Association, stand erectly during the National Anthem at the 1971 Homecoming. 

ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 131 




Above: Eastern's first lady, Mrs. Anne Martin, talks with 
Regent William L. Wallace at a luncheon given in his honor. 
Right: Dr. Martin enrolls Mrs. Sue Bohon who pushed the 
fall semester enrollment past 10,000. Below: Dr. Martin and 
University of Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp are 
guests of WEKY Radio announcer Lou Garris at halftime of 
the Morehead game. 





132 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




University Center 
Honors Dr. Powell 



Eleven years of service by Vice President 
for Administration, Dr. J. C. Powell, were 
recognized with the dedication of the Powell 
Building, the new University Center. 

In his administrative position, Dr. Powell 
exercised authority in the fiscal affairs of the 
University, including direction and super- 
vision of the Data Processing Center and the 
campus Safety and Security operation. He 
also acted as recording secretary at meetings 
of the Board of Regents. 

The University's fiscal affairs were over- 
seen by Dr. Powell. One of his major assign- 
ments was the preparation of the 1972-74 
biennial budget request which was sub- 
mitted to the Council on Public Higher 
Education. He also has responsibility for 
preparation of the annual internal budget 
of the University. 



Left: Dr. J. C. Powell, Vice President for Administration, speaks at 
a journalism conference which was held at Eastern. Below: The 
Powell family lays the cornerstone for the Powell Building in 
ceremonies which opened the new University Center prior to the 
beginning of the spring semester. 




Fall Semester Brings Largest Enrollment 



The academic year opened with an 
all-time high enrollment of 10,171 
students, and the administration of 
scholastic programs for this record 
student body fell under the direction 
of Dr. Thomas F. Stovall, Vice Presi- 
dent for Academic Affairs. 

Available to the enrollment were 61 
undergraduate programs, ranging 
from the traditional specializations 
in the arts to the professional pro- 
grams and areas such as law enforce- 
ment. 

New facilities were added to the 
academic program this year. The 
William L. Wallace Building added 
classroom and office space for several 
departments, and included a special 
education center for exceptional 
children. "Dial Access" was made 
available as a study aid in the library. 
Ground was broken for another facil- 
ity, the Jane F. Campbell Building — a 
fine arts structure. 

Graduate program development 
expanded to include master of arts in 
eight areas, master of science in 11, 
including new programs in mathe- 
matics and recreation. 

Qualitative changes took place 
within the faculty. More than 40 per- 
cent of the teaching staff held the 
doctorate and an additional 21 per- 
cent had three years or more of 
graduate study. 




Vice President Thomas F. Stovall administers the complex academic pro- 
grams through close and continuous coordination between his office and 
the college deans and department chairmen. 



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Dr. Arthur E. Curtis, assistant professor of social sciences, speaks 
at a meeting of the faculty senate, a body which approves program 
recommendations that have come up through departmental and 
college curriculum committees. 



Mr. Leonard C. Taylor, Registrar, makes a last minute check to 
insure the correct order of the diplomas at graduation. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 135 



New Center Opens Era In Student Life 



A new era in student life opened this year 
with the completion of the new University 
Center. There were also several new pro- 
grams for students, developed under the 
direction of Dr. Thomas D. Myers, Vice Pres- 
ident for Student Affairs. 

The Office of Student Affairs, through the 
University Center Board, brought name en- 
tertainment such as the Carpenters, Chicago, 
and Smokey Robinson, and lecturers such as 
Ralph Nader and Alvin Toffler to the 
campus. 

A more extensive drive was made for 
more activities in the residence halls. There 
were three staff members involved in 
planned activities such as horseback riding 
and inpromptu coffeehouses in the dorm 
recreation rooms. 

Admissions counselors were added to the 
staff to interview incoming students and 
help them with their particular problems 
concerning housing, finances, and medical 
papers. 



Right: Dr. Thomas D. Myers, Vice President for Student Affairs, 
is responsible for EKU's programs of student activities. 





Left: Mr. Clifford Parsons, a counselor at Ellendale Hall, listens to 
a student's problem. Below: A packed Alumni Coliseum audience 
hears a concert by "Chicago," one of the pop music groups brought 
to campus by the University Center Board. 




136 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 





Federal Grants 
Aid EKU Programs 



Dr. John D. Rowlett, Vice President for 
Research and Development, worked closely 
with the administration and faculty in assist- 
ing the university to receive federal support 
for a variety of programs. 

Dr. Rowlett served as the contact person 
between Eastern, agencies of the federal 
government, and other organizations. 

More than 40 separate grants were re- 
ceived during the 1971 calendar year. Among 
these were: a nursing education project, 
funded by the Health Services and Mental 
Health Administration, to recruit and pre- 
pare twenty-five students from the Pike 
County area for service as registered nurses 
in the new Pikeville Hospital; a grant from 
the Law Enforcement Assistance Adminis- 
tration, U.S. Department of Justice, for the 
development of final plans for a regional 
Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center; a 
grant from the National Science Foundation 
($165,000) to provide for a three-year pro- 
ject involving the departments of biology, 
chemistry, geology, and physics; a WHAS 
Crusade For Children Award of $14,000 to 
provide scholarships for students in Special 
Education. 

The office's Division of Institutional Re- 
search, under the direction of Dr. R. Dean 
Acker, provided statistical information con- 
cerning the characteristics of the student 
body, grade distributions and other areas to 
help improve services and instruction. 
Standardized tests such as the Under- 
graduate and Graduate Record examinations 
were administered by the office. 



Above left: Dr. John D. Rowlell packs his brief case for one of his 
many trips to Washington. D.C. to discuss federal grants with 
government agencies. Left: Dr. R. D. Acker. Director of Institution- 
al Research, waits for an answer in his Research in Education 
class. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 137 



New Service 
Center Opened 



Two new major facilities to enhance the 
diverse services provided the expanding 
campus by the Office of Business Affairs 
were opened this year — The Donaldson 
Service Complex and the food service com- 
ponents of the new University Center. 

Named for Vice President for Business 
Affairs, Mr. Neal Donaldson, the service 
complex consists of the L. O. Martin Build- 
ing, the Frank Gentry Building, and the John 
Black Building. The complex was designed to 
serve the maintenance and storage needs of 
the campus. 

Included in the University Center are a 
1,000-seat cafeteria and an 800-seat grill, 
offering both increased services and longer 
hours. 

An increase in student, faculty, and staff 
population broadened the scope of opera- 
tion in virtually every area of business 
operations, including accounting, the bursar, 
buildings and grounds, housing, institutional 
services, personnel services, purchases and 
stores, the university store and the uni- 
versity farm. 

Right: Mr. Neal Donaldson. Vice President for Business Affairs, 
is reponsible for a wide range of University financial and service 
functions. Below: The EKU Bursar, Mr. Bill Stapleton. checks over 
outstanding accounts due the University. 










Above: Mr. Donald R. Feltner, vice president for public affairs, 
oversees the presentation of the Eastern story to the University's 
various publics. Below: Mr. Ron G. Wolfe, associate alumni 
director, and Mr. Charles D. Whitlock. director of news and 
publications, discuss the layout of an Alumnus magazine. 



Public Affairs Ends 
Chapel Fund Drive 

Directed by Mr. Donald R. Feltner, the 
Office of Public Affairs had a full year of 
special events, highlighted by the com- 
pletion of the $375,000 Century Fund drive 
and dedication of the Chapel of Meditation. 

The activities began early with Progress 
and Appreciation Day at which the Univer- 
sity reflected over the accomplishments of 
the past decade and thanked the people of 
Madison County and the Commonwealth for 
their support. 

Also, there were building dedications 
which included the William L. Wallace 
Building, the Donaldson Service Complex, 
and the Powell Building. Ground was broken 
for the Jane F. Campbell Building, a new 
fine arts facility. 

Public Affairs also coordinated the 
"Restore Fort Boonesborough" Dinner in 
association with the Boonesborough State 
Park Association to generate interest in the 
restoration of the historic fort area. 

Stepped-up activity was also reported by 
all the divisions within the office. 




ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 139 




Programs Initiated 
To Aid Transition 



Above: Dr. Clyde Lewis, dean of CUC, and associate dean, Dr. 
Leroy Barlow, administer the general studies and academic coun- 
seling programs for lower division students. Below: Major Harley 
C. Davis discusses military science scheduling with a cadet during 
fall registration. 



Central University College, under the 
direction of Dr. Clyde J. Lewis, this year 
initiated several new programs designed to 
assist the students in making the transition 
from high school to college and from lower to 
upper division college study. 

One major innovation was summer orien- 
tation and pre-registration, held in coopera- 
tion with various administrative and 
academic offices. Several hundred freshmen 
were fully pre-registered for classes, elimi- 
nating many of the problems and frustra- 
tions of the first few days on campus 
normally experienced by freshmen. 

Some of the requirements in the CUC area 
underwent substantial changes, including 
the physical sciences and ROTC require- 
ments. Under the direction of Dr. Wallace 
Dixon, General Studies Science Director, 
science courses were added that did not 
require a lab. 

An optional ROTC program for both fresh- 
men and sophomores replaced the manda- 
tory system. 

140 ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 



ME COURSE 
E & MSH 

SS SCHEDULE 




MILIM SCIENCE 
SOPHOMORE 
MS 





Above: Freshman Chip Brockman has his schedule card approved by his CUC advisor during registration. 
Below: Dean Lewis checks with general studies program faculty members as fall classes fill with students. 




141 



CUC Population Increase Brings Expansion 




Above: Dr. Bryan E. Lindsay discusses ideas with his humanities stu- 
dents during a sensitivity session. Below: Using gestures, Dr. Charles 
Sweet gets an idea on unity across to his English composition class. 




142 






Left: Dr. Herman S. Bush, chairman of [he Department of School 
and Public Health, helps a CUC advisee make schedule changes. 
Above: Miss Kara L. Stone, social studies instructor, reviews her 
study plan for the day's lesson. Below left: Looking up from his 
paper, a student ponders an examination question. 




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ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 143 



CUC Encourages Student Involvement 



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Above: Hanging onto the edge of the pool, these freshmen rest before swim- 
ming another lap in GSP 180. Below: GSC students prepare to dissect the fetal 
pig during lab session. 




Dr. Wallace C. Dixon, chairman of general studies sci- 
ences, intently listens during a lecture. 






Above: Captain James B. Parham entertains questions about map reading during 
an after-class session. Right: Davis Tindoll shines his brass in anticipation of an 
inspection the next morning. 



ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 145 




Dr. William Sexton is the congenial dean of the College of Applied Arts and Technology. 



Industrial Ed and Tech Take Over Ault Building 



The College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy improved and expanded the scope of 
several of the departments under the direc- 
tion of Dr. William Sexton, Dean of the 
college. 

In the Department of Agriculture there 
were few changes, but an additional green- 
house brought the total to three for the 
horticulture majors. 

Industrial Education and industrial tech- 
nology expanded facilities with the renova- 
tion of the Ault Building for their use. This 
addition provided not only for woodworking, 
power, and machinery, but made possible a 
lab for wood technology. 

The home economics department added 
two programs this fall: the interior decora- 
tion two-year degree program and the inter- 
ior design four-year program. These two new 
offerings had substantial enrollments for 
their initial year. 

The new baccalaureate degree in Nursing, 



the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) 
was initiated for the fall semester with an 
enrollment of 82 students. Plans for an im- 
provement and further development of the 
nursing program centered around the dream 
of a new building. For the second year of 
operation, the Pikeville Model Cities pro- 
gram continued to function successfully. 

In Law Enforcement, the two-year pro- 
gram in Corrections was revised and a 
graduate area in Criminal Justice was added. 
Eastern's Law Enforcement program was the 
only curriculum of its type in the state of 
Kentucky. As a part of the curricula, nine- 
teen different classes were taught through- 
out Kentucky as off-campus extension 
courses. 

In the Traffic Safety field six course hours 
joined the graduate offerings for the teach- 
ing of Traffic Safety classes. Eastern had 
the headquarters for study and operation of 
the breathalizer in Kentucky. 



146 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Above: Mr. Robert Posey heads Eastern's rapidly growing School 
of Law Enforcement. Below: The Traffic Safety Institute, which 
administers Kentucky's program of Breathalizer training, is 
directed bv Mr. Leslie Leach. 



State Operation 
Housed on Campus 



The Kentucky Law Enforcement Council, 
directed by Mr. Robert Stone, was an in- 
dependent agency of the state government 
using facilities and services of Eastern for its 
operations. The Council worked closely with 
the College of Applied Arts and Technology. 

It was organized to provide training for 
all law enforcement officers in Kentucky. 
The Council began as the Kentucky's Peace 
Officers' Standards and Training Council 
which was supported by a federal grant of 
the Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, 
and the U.S. Department of Justice. It was 
formed in 1965 and was the first to use the 
Law Enforcement Act in the U.S. 

Mr. Leslie M. Leach, director of the Traffic 
Safety Institute, an EKU Department, 
worked with the various aspects of traffic 
safety concerned with instruction, research, 
and public services. 

The state government's breathalizer 
course was offered through the Traffic 
Safety Institute. This program provided 
training for state law enforcement officers 
in the correct operation and utilization of 
the machine. 








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Above: The Stateland Dairy Center houses a large herd of dairy 
cows and a complete milking station. Below right: Working in an 
agriculture mechanics class, Terry Rowlett, William Leith and 
Lynn Smith overhaul a tractor engine. 



Ag Interest Increases 

Spearheaded by chairman Dr. William A. 
Householder, the agriculture department 
widened boundaries covering added fields 
of interest. Composed of three areas of 
specialization: agriculture mechanization, 
ornamental horticulture, and dairy science, 
the curriculum offered students a variety. 
Eastern agriculture students utilized the op- 
portunities with the largest enrollment ever, 
totaling 186. 

For the first time, the ornamental horti- 
culture program offered a course in retail- 
ing floristry while a new greenhouse was 
approved that is yet in the architectural 
planning stages. 

In February, the department's turfgrass 
program attended the International Turf- 
grass Conference at Cincinnati 




148 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Top left: A horticulture student designs a flower arrangement for 
a table setting in an ornamental horticulture class. Above: Luther 
Bramblett, Denny Lane and Dr. William A. Householder chairman 
of agriculture department, examine and study a pistol from a 
honeysuckle plant. Left: Number 118, a holstein on the Stateland 
Dairy Farm, pauses a moment from eating to pose for the photog- 
rapher. The Eastern herd was one of the nation's highest producers 
of milk and butterfat. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 149 



Home Ec Adds 
Interior Design Degree 

Headed by Dr. Roberta B. Hill, the Depart- 
ment of Home Economics expanded and de- 
veloped its courses lending to a variety of 
professional positions. The home economics 
department was divided in five various areas 
to clarify its specialty courses. These five 
areas included textiles and design, family 
life and child development, family econom- 
ics and management, home economics edu- 
cation, and nutrition, foods, and food ad- 
ministration. 

Added to the department this year were 
two programs, a two-year associative degree 
in interior decorating and a four-year degree 
in interior design. These courses had more 
than 40 majors for their first offering on 
campus. 

In the foods area, courses were added en- 
abling completion of registered dietician re- 
quirements. This enabled the students to 
apply for varied jobs in areas such as hospi- 
tals, large cafeterias, and food service com- 
panies. 





Top right: Susan Schrader, a home economics student prepares a 
dish for a nutrition course. Above: Waiting anxiously to "sample" 
the Christmas cookies are Mrs. Sara Sutton, instructor and Sheila 
Maggard. 



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Above: Linda Bentley and another coed place the dishes in the cor- 
rect place during their six-week stay in the Home Ec house, Turley 
House. Below: In the child development courses taught in the home 
economics department, many studies are made of children and 
their reactions to different situations. 





ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS / TECHNOLOGY 151 










152 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS Ik TECHNOLOGY 




Above: An industrial education student files down a piece of metal for construction of a special project in metallurgy class. Below: As ,1 
special project in lithography class, students use precise measurements for their own engraved nameplates. 




Industrial Ed and Tech 
Update Courses 

Designed to prepare students for eventual 
teaching of industrial orientated courses in 
secondary school was the objective of the 
Department of Industrial Education, 
directed by Dr. Clyde O. Craft. 

The department updated its courses due to 
the large number of technical advances in 
recent years. Changes and additions were 
made to utilize more modern equipment as 
well as techniques. 

A B.S. degree was available after com- 
pletion of a special type of program for 
vocationally orientated students in a 
technical teacher curriculum. 

Industrial Technology, chaired by Dr. 
Kenneth S. Hansson, correlated courses with 
industrial education to enable a wider and 
more varied course offerings. 

The Department of Industrial Technology 
aimed its curriculum to preparing a person 
for entrance into the technical occupations. 
An associate degree was also available in 
this field. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 153 




Above: Mr. Hugh M. Byrd lectures law enforcement students on 
restrictions covering the use of firearms. Left: Edward Froman. 
a graduate student in Law Enforcement, performs one of the many 
duties of a security officer, writing parking tickets. 

Future Policemen Study 
Law Enforcement 

As one of the larger and more rapidly 
growing areas on campus, the School of Law 
Enforcement increased its enrollment 
substantially. Directed by Mr. Robert W. 
Posey, the school prepared students for 
careers in police work. In order for full 
development of students, varied courses 
were offered in organizations, supervision, 
operation and techniques in law enforce- 
ment. 

In the fall semester, a bachelor of science 
degree in corrections was offered for the 
first time. This B.S. was in correlation to the 
two-year associate degree program already 
offered. 

On the graduate level, a two year Master 
of Science degree was available in criminal 
justice. 

Also under the direction of Mr. Posey, the 
Regional Corrections Training Program 
continued successfully operating during the 
year serving Kentucky, Tennessee, and West 
Virginia. 




154 ACADEMICS/ APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 




Above: Dr. Vernon S. Stubblefield explains the theory of the floating method to students in law enforce- 
ment class. Below: Security officers Phillip Meek and Robert R. Mammons, both law enforcement majors, 
testify on parking violation appeals before Student Court Judge J. C. Boling. 




ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 155 




Nursing Enrolls 283 
In Five Programs 



As chairman of the Nursing Department, 
Mrs. Charlotte Denny administered the five 
separate programs under her supervision. 
There were areas in nursing, the associate 
degree which had an enrollment of 283 and 
the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, which 
was a new program initiated in January. 
Besides these were medical records tech- 
nologist, and medical assistings which were 
clinical or administrative in nature. 

As before, the clinical nursing experience 
was mandatory. This experience was offered 
at Good Samaritan Hospital, St. Joseph's 
Hospital, King's Daughters' Hospital, and 
the Kenwood Nursing Home, giving the 
students a variety of locations. 

Special work projects in coordination with 
the Model Cities agency in Pikeville were 
available. These programs were aimed at 
bringing more nurses into the Pikeville area 
which has few qualified nurses. 



156 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 







Opposite top: Nursing students discuss classnotes and procedures 
on patient care. Left: La Java Davis and Sharon Carney learn the 
proper technique to change a bed covering while the patient is still 
in the bed. Top: Miss Davis reads the blood pressure gauge. Above: 
Dorothy Epling escorts a patient on crutches learning to manipulate 
on a broken leg. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY 157 



Arts and Sciences Gain Programs, Support 



In the College of Arts and Science, Dean 
Frederic Ogden ushered in new master's 
degrees and other improvements for the 
college. There were three new masters in 
different areas. MA's were offered in so- 
ciology and in education with an emphasis 
on sociology. Another M.A. program initiat- 
ed this fall was in education with emphasis 
on general sciences to help improve teaching 
in junior high level courses. The music 
department added a master's program with 
emphasis in the performing arts. 

Also, there were two new bachelor's de- 
grees. In chemistry, the Bachelor of Arts 
was added requiring 30 hours of chemistry 
in addition to other courses. The Department 
of Art began the Bachelor of Fine Arts 
degree. 

Under the auspices of the National Sci- 



ence Foundation, the College Science 
Improvement Program (COSIP) assisted the 
biology, chemistry, geology and physics 
departments. Financial appropriations were 
made to support and strengthen undergrad- 
uate and graduate science programs. 

After a history of three years, the Master 
of Public Administration had been noted 
as a success. Faculty members went into 
government areas such as Frankfort to con- 
duct classes. 

In the humanities area, ground was broken 
for the new Jane Campbell Fine Arts Build- 
ing. This multi-million dollar building will 
house all the fine arts upon its completion 
sometime in 1974. The University theatre 
will also be moved there. A large art gallery 
will also be a part of the building. 




Dr. Frederic D. Ogden, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, discusses ideas with a parochial school publications adviser at a dinner for 
high school journalists. 

158 ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 




Above: Spotting the sociology department was easy during 
registration as two faculty members put up the sign. Below: Dr. 
Murray Walker points out cultural areas of Northern Africa in an 
introductory anthropology course. 



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Anthropology, Sociology, 
Philosophy Add Courses 

Dr. Richard F. Armstrong, chairman of the 
Department of Anthropology and Sociology 
developed the curricula more fully in order 
to provide a greater understanding of the 
social world and the modern aspects of 
social work. 

Anthropology emphasized the uniqueness 
of races as the American Indian and other 
native cultures. 

Sociology had its changes and expansions 
also. Field studies were opened to sociology 
and social work majors, which proved to be 
an invaluable experience for further studies 
or teaching experience. 

In the Department of Philosophy, directed 
by Dr. R. Baine Harris, enrollment ex- 
panded. Being the smallest department on 
campus, great strides were made to enlarge 
the curricula. Some course additions in- 
cluded studies in Buddism and science 
provisions. 

ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 159 





Art Department 
Begins Professional BA 

Dr. Dan N. Shindelbower, chairman of the 
art department, helped introduce in the fall 
semester, the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. 
This was the first professional degree in the 
department. 

Along with the revised curriculum for the 
B.F.A. degree more "in-depth" courses were 
added. In painting and drawing, media 
courses were added. The design area began 
a program to help upgrade art techniques 
for teaching. 

The art gallery, directed by Mr. Ron 
Isaacs, brought in many a varied show for 
the use and study of "real art" for the stu- 
dent. Some of the shows included prints of 
Jerry Uelsmann, a nationally famous photog- 
rapher, works of a regionally known sculp- 
tor, Robert Lockhart of Louisville, and paint- 
ings from Illinois. 

160 ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 



Above: Peggy Walz studies the facial characteristics of a piece of 
sculpture on display in Cammack Gallery. Below: A stylized 
elephant was an attraction at one of the art shows during the year. 





Mr. Charles Hitner, art instructor, describes the size of an effective margin of color in graphic art. 



ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 161 



Music Department Sponsors Summer Camp 



Directed by Dr. George E. Muns, the 
Department of Music grew to an all-time 
high enrollment exceeding past enrollments 
by twenty-eight percent. To accomodate 
this enrollment as well as to improve the 
department, many corrections and revisions 
were made. 

At the graduate level, a Master's in Per- 
formance degree program will be offered 
for the first time during the summer session. 
A course added to the undergraduate level 
was Jazz Improvision which attracted a large 
enrollment the first time it was offered. 

As the second largest state music program 
and one of the most highly recognized in the 



mid-south, the department offered special- 
ized programs to other institutions as a 
professional service. The department also 
provided music programs for numerous 
functions throughout the year. 

For the thirty-seventh consecutive year, 
the nationally recognized Stephen Collins 
Foster Music Camp will be held this summer 
on the Eastern campus. 

Members of the faculty helped to break 
ground last fall for the Jane F. Campbell 
Building for fine arts. Twenty-two practice 
and several performance rooms are to be 
included in the new facility. 





Through a door window in the Foster Music Building, violin stu- 
dents are seen practicing under the direction of the teacher. Right: 
|im Whitaker pauses a moment to receive his cue to start his part in 
the percussion ensemble. 




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Above: Watching every movement of the director, Judy Verst plays 
the cello to perfect her part in the ensemble. Below: Dr. Donald A. 



Cooper, percussion ensemble director, lets the ensemble know 
where more practice is needed. 




ACADEMICS ARTS & SCIENCES 163 



Forensic Program 
Revitalized 



Expansion in all areas of the Drama and 
Speech department has been experienced 
over the last few years under the guidance of 
Dr. Richard L. Benson, chairman of the de- 
partment. 

From 1969, which marked the beginning of 
the broadcasting program, substantial 
growth within the department has occurred. 
At the campus radio and TV facilities, prac- 
tical experience was gained by an increasing 
number of major students. 

In the theatrical area, the Pearl Buchanan 
Theatre was renovated for temporary use 
until the completion of the Jane F. Campbell 
Building for fine arts which will house a 
complete theatre. Five plays were produced 
by the department's University Players, 
including "She Stoops To Conquer", "You're 
A Good Man Charlie Brown", and "The 
Glass Menagerie". 




Above: Drama students rehearse for the production of a play in the 
Pearl Buchanan Theatre. Below: Mr. Max Huss, assistant professor 
of speech, gives instructions to students entered in a forensic 
tournament. 




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164 ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 




English Faculty 
Publish Articles 



Without any major curriculum changes 
during the '71-72 academic year the English 
department strove for quality and perfection 
of the present courses. These ohjectives 
were carried out under the direction of Dr. 
Kelly Thurioman, department chairman. 

In December, a group of outside consul- 
tants, active secondary teachers employed 
by the state, came and studied the curricu- 
lum for possible modifications in the 
required English courses for teacher 
certification. 

Some English students, during the first 
intersession, may travel to England and 
study for English literature credit. 

In general, faculty members had an active 
year besides teaching with most occupied 
producing and publishing various papers 
and articles in journals. 



Above: Dr. Byno Rhodes conducts his English class in the William 
L. Wallace Building during the first semester before delivery of 
all the furniture. Below: Dr. Potter Woodberry leads discussion 
with the students in a modern poetry class on the works of con- 
temporary authors. 




ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 165 




COSIP Assists Biology 

Dr. Edwin A. Hess, chairman of the de- 
partment of Biological Sciences received a 
grant of $43,000 this year from the College 
Science Improvement Program to recon- 
struct and develop new ideas for non-majors 
as well as biology majors. 

The new ideas were incorporated into 
the undergraduate program with special 
emphasis on beginning basic biology 
courses: zoology, botany, principles of biol- 
ogy, histology, and plant and animal physi- 
ology. The department also encouraged 
open-end research projects chosen by the 
student. Included in the COSIP grant were 
appropriations for student tutors in certain 
areas. 

The National Science Foundation also 
awarded a grant to the biological sciences 
for a summer program to upgrade and 
modernize high school teachers from 
throughout the United States. 



Above: Anthony Newsome beats the bushes to drive out insects 
while Larry Kinnard stands ready to net them. Below: Mrs. Mary 
M. McGlasson watches her entomology class try to catch elusive 
insects. 




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Above: Susie Durrett displays the extensive collection she sub- 
mitted as her entomology project. Below left: Miss Durrett and, 
appropriately, David Buggs check their nets. Below: A member of 
the family Apidae feeds just before being netted. Bottom: John 
Phillips and Miss Durrett clear their nets after killing insects in a 
jar of carbon tetrachloride. 





ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 167 



ACS Accredits EKU 
Chemistry Department 

The chemistry department, under the 
chairmanship of Dr. Harry M. Smiley, re- 
ceived national accreditation from the 
American Chemical Society. 

The department also received an educa- 
tional grant from the College Science Im- 
provement Program (COSIP) which is 
affiliated with the National Science Founda- 
tion. This grant provided for curriculum 
studies and revisions. The initial plans were 
to modernize and overhaul the freshman 
introductory chemistry courses. 

A new degree was offered by the depart- 
ment this fall, the Bachelor of Arts in Chem- 
istry. This degree required 30 hours of 
chemistry along with other courses. 

Along with the various improvements in 
the department, new equipment was re- 
ceived. A $25,000 Nuclear Magnetic Res- 
onance Spectrometer (NMR) was bought for 
research and use in some organic chemistry 
classes. The Dow Chemical Company also 
donated a small computer for the NMR. 




Above: Dr. Victor Bendall, standing on the desk top, warns students 
of the various problems in calibrating the thermometer. Below 
Left: Lab manager Jay Moscoe. familiar to all chemistry students, 
keeps all the labs stocked with appropriate chemicals. Below: Dr. 
Bendall instructs a student in the operation of the Nuclear Mag- 
netic Resonance Spectrometer. 




168 ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 





Above: Dr. Samuel Leung watches as his students attempt to collect 
samples from high ledges. Below: Many methods of collection are 
employed by geology field trip students while trying to obtain a 
certain sample, including picking up hand specimens from ledges. 



Geology Grows In 
Facilities and Students 

The geology department, headed by Dr. 
Donald C. Haney, graduated its first Master 
of Science candidate this year. The graduate 
program, doubled since last year, had an 
enrollment of 14 students, including Master 
of Science as well as Master of Arts in Edu- 
cation with an emphasis in geology. 

The geology department also received 
funds from the College Science Improve- 
ment Program. With these funds, more than 
$22,000 was used to buy equipment including 
a research petrograph microscope and an 
atomic absorption spectrum for the study of 
trace elements. An undergraduate research 
study program was in the planning stages for 
next year which will be funded by this pro- 
gram. 

Again this year, the department coordi- 
nated a trip with the University of 
Kentucky's geology department to an area 
in the Appalachians. Guest speakers were 
also brought to the department, such as Dr. 
Tom Freeman of the University of Missouri 
and world famous paleontologist, Dr. Robert 
Shrock. 



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Above: Charlie Mitchell inspects a rock closely trying to identify 
the particular elements in it. 

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Math Begins M.S.; 
Physics Receives Grant 

Offered for the first time in the mathe- 
matics department was the two-year degree 
program, Master of Science. There were en- 
rolled approximately a dozen graduate stu- 
dents and some were graduate assistants. 
Continued successfully, was the Master of 
Arts degree in Education with emphasis on 
Math. 

Under the direction of Dr. Bennie R. Lane, 
chairman of the math department, it oc- 
cupied fourth floor of the Wallace Building, 
new location of the department. 

Awarded $38,000 grant from the National 
Science Foundation along with the chemis- 
try department, the physics department 
began a training program in science for 
teachers of the first primary grades during 
the summer session. 

Directed by chairman Dr. Ted George, 
the physics department also received COSIP 
(College Science Improvement Program) 
grant. This grant was for developing re- 
search in the advanced physics labs and re- 
vamping the lab experiments in the elemen- 
tary physics. 

With funds received by this grant, three 
large pieces of equipment were bought. 
These included a solid state detector and a 
multichanneled analyzer for research in 
nuclear physics. 




Above: Setting up equations and solving them are the important 
steps in both math and physics classes. Below left: In the calculat- 
ing room of the Wallace Building, machines are available for stu- 
dent use. Below: Rosann Viels, in the physics lab. writes up her 
experiment on the study of magnetic fields. 




170 ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 





Above: Mr. Venu Gupta, child psychologist, spends his free time 
with his youngest son, Sanjiv. Right: Trained research rat. Bongo, 
waits for the signal to receive his food. Below: A psychology stu- 
dent works on a brain wave frequency experiment in the lab. 






More Flexibility Put 
In Psych Courses 

Dr. James A. Lee, chairman of the psychol- 
ogy department, was pleased with the 
continuing growth and development of both 
the graduate and undergraduate programs 
offered toward a psychology major. Begin- 
ning in the fall semester of 1972, at the 
undergraduate level there will be a combi- 
nation of two semester laboratory sequence 
of a statistics course and an experimental 
lab course. 

Some courses were changed to a lower 
level for the benefit of the undergraduate 
students. This also provides for an inde- 
pendent study available to students who are 
not necessarily seniors. 

Courses at the graduate level were de- 
signed to enhance the flexibility of student 
scheduling and broaden their range of study. 
The new courses extended the field of ex- 
perimentation and helped in developing 
special techniques concerning the Practium 
experiments in child therapy, group therapy, 
and behavior modification. The faculty and 
several students are now doing research on 
drug problems, personality, brain stimula- 
tion, and visual processes. 

ACADEMICS/ARTS & SCIENCES 171 



Language Expanded; 
OEO Funds Geography 



Dr. Charles L. Nelson, chairman of the 
Department of Foreign Languages, continued 
to coordinate major programs in five lan- 
guage areas. With an unexpected enrollment 
increase in the department, several addi- 
tional courses were added, 36 hours being 
added to the studies of French and Spanish 
alone. 

Again this summer, the overseas exten- 
sion study plan in which students will re- 
ceive credit for a summer study in France, 
will be offered. A similar study was in the 
planning stages for Spanish students. 

Directed by Dr. Joseph R. Schwendeman, 
the geography department continued to pro- 
duce qualified teachers as well as profes- 
sionals in geography. 

A study was made of a four-county area of 
Eastern Kentucky. Funded by the Office of 
Economic Opportunity, this study produced 
a document which dealt with possible in- 
dustrial development in the Kentucky 
River Foothills. 




Above: Economic geography was taught to many students by Dr. 
Donald L. Marionneaux. Below: Dr. Eugenie Woronin, Russian 
teacher for the foreign languages listens to her students recite their 
intonations. 





Mr. John Waltenbaugh, German instructor, teaches a class for sci- 
ence graduate students in the evenings. 

172 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 








Above: History instructor, Bert M. Muttersbaugh, lectures a class 
in the course. The Afro-American in U.S. History. Left: Students 
take notes as Mr. Rodger Gunn. political science teacher, speaks 
about governmental structures. 



History Gives Award; 
Political Science Grows 



The Kerney M. Adams Award was pre- 
sented to an outstanding student for the 
first time in three years by the history de- 
partment, under the chairmanship of Dr. 
George W. Robinson. 

The history department had approximately 
45 graduate students enrolled in the M.A. in 
History's three areas of study. 

Four faculty members went to the Dukane 
History Conference at Pittsburgh and re- 
ceived information on the programs of other 
history departments. 

The political science department had a 
new chairman, Dr. Malcolm Moore, and 
under his direction, three new courses were 
added. 

An addition to the department was the In- 
stitute of Government. It was an adminis- 
trative unit within the department, through 
which the Frankfort internship program was 
coordinated. 

ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 173 



Business Initiates Data Processing Minor 



For the first time, the College of Business 
offered a minor in electronic data process- 
ing. This minor was offered to all students, 
especially those in related fields. Many 
chemistry, math and law enforcement 
majors took advantage of this new minor, 
because of its application in their areas. 

Headed by Dean Joseph H. Young, the 
College of Business trained students in the 
fundamentals of the business world. Courses 
such as accounting, economics, electronic 
data processing management, marketing, 
finance, business education, business law, 
general business, and secretarial science 



were taught to approximately 1,400 students. 
The Department of Business Education 
and Office Administration, in cooperation 
with the College of Education, provided 
programs leading to certificates qualifying 
graduates to teach business subjects in high 
school. The College of Business, through the 
Graduate School, offered a program of 
graduate study leading to the Master of 
Business Administration degree. The 
Master of Arts in Education was offered 
through the cooperation of the Business 
Education and Office Administration, Grad- 
uate School, and the College of Education. 




Dr. Joseph H. Young, Dean of the College of Business spends his early evenings on warm days walking his grandson, 



174 ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 




Mr. Alex Mcllvaine. professor of accounting, explains the formal of 
the ledger to his accounting students. 




Accounting, Economics 
Plan Summer Workshops 

With an enrollment of approximately 900 
the Department of Accounting directed by 
Mr. Claude K. Smith continued to provide 
courses in principles of accounting for busi- 
ness majors. 

A refresher course for graduated certified 
public accountants was planned for the 
summer along with a hospital accounting 
workshop in which the national health 
programs of Medicaid and Medicare would 
be studied. 

The Department of Economics directed by 
Dr. Donald Shadoan aimed to increase the 
students understanding of the economic 
principles and to prepare for employment in 
the field of business and economics. 

The department submitted a formal report 
by Dr. Robert R. Sharp to receive funds for 
a special summer course. This course would 
offer environmental education study with 
an emphasis on economics. 



Knowledge of business machines is a requisite of both accounting 
and office administration majors. 



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of the computer room. Left: Lab assistant Karen Kuchenbrod 
instructs EDP 312 student Paul Westerman in the operation of the 
reproducer. 




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Data Processing 
Expands Enrollment 



For its sixth year on Eastern's campus, 
the data processing branch of the business 
administration department expanded its 
enrollment to include more than 70 majors. 
Directed by the chairman of the Department 
of Business Administration, Dr. Joseph H. 
Young, varied courses were offered such as 
the programming languages, COBOL, For- 
tran, and Easycoder. 

Electronic data processing offered a minor 
for the first time to other majors in 
chemistry, math and law enforcement. 

The University data processing equipment 
housed in the Coates Administration 
Building provided the central processing 
unit for the students. 

Dr. Oberita Hager, instructor, attempts to keep her students 
up-to-date with any new changes in machines or principles in data 
processing by reviewing possible textbooks for the following 
semesters. 





When all compilation and computation has been done on a pro- 
gram, the final report is typed out on the printer. Right: Lab 
assistant. Rusty Fitzpatrick demonstrates the functions of the 
accounting machine. 



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Above and Right: Miss Janet Hibbard, assistant professor of 
business administration, instructs MKT 320 students in advertising 
la\ out and design techniques. 





Departments Prepare 
Executives, Teachers 



In the Department of Business Adminis- 
tration, a well-developed curriculum was 
directed by Dr. Joseph H. Young, dean of the 
College of Business. The varied major pro- 
grams within the department included 
finance, management, marketing, business 
law and general business. 

The B.S. degree received in Business 
Administration enabled majors to teach 
business at a secondary level. At the grad- 
uate level, a Master of Arts in Education 
with emphasis on business education was 
offered. 

Preparation of qualified teachers and 
professional secretaries was the purpose of 
the Department of Business Education and 
Office Administration, which was under the 
chairmanship of Dr. Alfred L. Patrick. 

In the office administration area, a 
Bachelor of Business Arts was offered for 
students who wanted a four-year secretarial 
program. Also offered was a two-year 
associate degree program in secretarial 
science for women students. 




Top: Dr. Robert Sharp, associate professor of economics, instructs 
students in the operation of the Federal Reserve Banking System. 
Above: Office administration students obtain skills in business 
machine operation. 



ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 179 




Dr. Dixon A. Barr, dean of (he College of Education, heads for a meeting of the education faculty. 

College Of Education Aims for Course Upgrading 



Dr. Dixon A. Barr, dean of the College of 
Education, supervised 11 departments and 
the School of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation and Athletics. There were few 
additions, but revision and improvement of 
all courses was the main objective for the 
'71-72 academic year. In the graduate area 
however, there was a surge in degree 
offerings. 

In the educational psychology and guidance 
department, graduate courses in advanced 
statistics and career development were 
added. A special arrangement was made 
with various nearby cities to have students 
act as practice counselors. 

A major development in the education 
area were the modern facilities of the 
William L. Wallace Building for the special 
education and rehabilitation department. 
A new major and degree program was 
offered in secondary special education for 
the first time in the fall semester. A minor in 



special education for secondary education 
majors was begun. In the Wallace Building 
was the School of Hope founded by the 
Madison Council Association for Retarded 
Children and used cooperatively with the 
students of special education and the 
Madison County retarded children. 

In the Department of School and Public 
Health, a new Master of Arts in Education 
was initiated for teaching health. 

A Master of Science was begun in the 
Department of Recreation and Park Admini- 
stration. 

The Model Lab School under the direction 
of the College of Education had some pro- 
gram expansion. One program was aimed at 
logic development of elementary age 
students. 

Extensive workshops in all areas of edu- 
cation were planned during the year, aimed 
at keeping teachers up to date with 
educational developments. 



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Varied Media Used 
In Library Science 



In the Department of Library Science, 
Miss Juanita Phillips managed programs to 
prepare school librarians and provide a 
foundation for graduate study in the field 
of librianship. 

With no large increase in enrollment, the 
department continued to develop and 
improve all its courses. LIB 511, a non-book 
instructional book course was offered for 
the first time in the fall semester. 

At the graduate level, a Master of Arts in 
Education with emphasis in library science 
was available to students with a bachelor's 
degree. A fifth year non-degree program was 
also offered in the graduate level for stu- 
dents interested in a State Rank II Certi- 
fication. Included in the library science 
curriculum was instructional media studies. 



Mrs. Bob Flicker works at making letters, and other library 
instructional media. 




Mrs. Shirly P. Deane, library science, teaches "Kiddie Lit.." to 
elementary education students. 



ACADEMICS EDUCATION' 181 




Using a paper Christmas tree as a spark of interest for these youngsters, Terri Conrad 
instructs in speech pathology. Below: In audiology, students learn to operate hearing 
testing machines as well as instruct, as Norma Elliott practices on another student. 




182 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 




Mrs. Ruth Parrish, assistant professor in speech pathology, shows 
her student correct mouth formations and has him imitate her in 
this method of teaching in speech pathology. 




Special Education Gets 
Modern Facilities 




Headed by Dr. Wieste de Hoop, the De- 
partment of Special Education and Rehabil- 
itation moved into the modern and fully 
equipped facilities in the William L. Wallace 
Building. Included in these facilities were 
audio and visual classrooms for student 
teachers participation, testing rooms, and 
group therapy rooms. 

Three bachelor degrees were offered, a 
B.S. in speech pathology and audiology, B.S. 
in rehabilitation education and the B.S. for 
the secondary teacher. Also available was 
the dual certification in the elementary and 
special education areas. 

In the graduate areas, a Master of Arts in 
Education with emphasis in special educa- 
tion was available. Certification programs, 
Rank II and Rank I were additional graduate 
studies. Rank II was equivalent to the 
master's degree while the Rank I was studies 
after completion of the Master's degree. 

A statewide convention, Student Council 
for Exceptional Children was held at East- 
ern in February and speakers from all over 
Kentucky presented various modern ideas 
in special education and rehabilitation. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 183 





Above: John James, student teacher at Model Lab School practices 
a little basketball himself. Above right: Part of an elementary 
education major's job is to keep the room bright, as Diana Allen 
finishes up her bulletin board. Right: The trying part of a educa- 
tion major is fundamentals, as Leniece Britton and Kathy Needles 
put on a skit. Opposite right: Part of educational psychology is 
learning to test the mental intelligence quota of children. 




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Teachers Prepared 
In Numerous Areas 



The preparation of teachers and school 
administrators at all levels were the pri- 
mary functions of several departments with- 
in the College of Education, including educa- 
tional administration, educational founda- 
tions, educational psychology and guidance, 
elementary education, and secondary and 
higher education. 

Chaired by Dr. Henry G. Martin, the de- 
partment of Educational Administration of- 
fered course work for the graduate student 
as an elementary and secondary principal 
or as a supervisor. 

The department of Educational Founda- 
tions provided instruction in professional 
subjects which were a basic to a student's 
preparation as a teacher. Dr. William A. 
McKenney, chairman of the department, di- 
rected and coordinated all the courses of- 
fered in the study of past educational sys- 
tems, education theories. 

In the department of Educational Psy- 
chology and Guidance directed by Dr. Rob- 
ert Hayes, a 45% increase in enrollment was 
noted. With certification or degrees in seven 
areas, courses involved theories and pro- 
cesses of learning. Courses taught were in 
educational measurements, and methods 
of measuring intelligence quotas. 

Elementary education, one of the largest 
departments on campus had advisory and 
curriculum responsibility of students major- 
ing in elementary education. Overseen by 
Dr. William A. Morris, courses were avail- 
able in teaching methods such as elementary 
school math, and elementary reading. For 
the first six weeks of each semester, funda- 
mentals of elementary education were 
taught to prepare the elementary education 
majors for their student teaching. 

Secondary and higher education majors 
directed by chairman, Dr. Joe Wise, offered 
courses in all areas of majors such as 
biology and English. Similar to an elemen- 
tary education major, secondary and higher 
education majors were required to take the 
fundamentals of secondary education. Stu- 
dents were also required to teach at an ap- 
proved school for their graduation require- 
ments. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 185 



School of HPER 
Sponsors Intramurals 



Under the direction of the College of Edu- 
cation, the School of Health, Physical 
Education, Recreation and Athletics, spon- 
sored 12 intercollegiate sports for men and 
women. Also through this school, the intra- 
mural program was administered. 

In this school directed hy Dr. Ned Warren, 
new courses were added at the graduate and 
undergraduate levels. The four academic 
areas of school and public health, recre- 
ation, and park administration, men and 
women'.s physical education expanded all 
of their particular courses and facilities. 

In the school and public health depart- 
ment a new course stressing today's environ- 
ment was added. This course in environ- 
mental health developed the ideas of 
sanitation and recycling. In recreation and 
park administration, a Master of Science 
was offered for the first time. 

In total, there were available to the 
undergraduates five baccalaureate degrees. 




Above: Correct methods are learned in safety and first aid class for 
administering artificial resuscitation. Below: In Dr. Bush's 
community health class an informal discussion is held on sanitation. 




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Above: Mr. Doug Mieland, demonstrates the way to braid whistle 
holders to Dave Bokelman and Carolyn Ruff. Below: Mr. |arnes 
McChesney, chairman of the department of Recreation and Park 
Administration demonstrates the various typ<'S of artificial turf 
in communitv centers and recreation parks class. 




Health and Recreation 
Add New Programs 

Supervised by Dr. Herman S. Bush, the 
Department of Health added new courses 
and new degrees to incorporate the doubled 
enrollment of the department. 

At the undergraduate level an environ- 
mental health course was added. It 
emphasized school health and public health. 
A Master of Arts in Education with emphasis 
in health was begun this fall with an enroll- 
ment of 15 graduate candidates. 

Many conventions were attended by the 
faculty including the American Association 
for Health, Physical Education, and Recre- 
ation, and the annual American School 
Health Association in Chicago. 

Mr. James C. McChesney, chairman of the 
department of Recreation and Park Admini- 
stration helped the department grow to a 
flourishing major area on campus. Along 
with the associative degree and the B.S. 
degree, a new Master of Science degree was 
begun in Recreation and Park Admini- 
stration. 

This new graduate degree had approxi- 
mately 15 candidates. Also in the graduate 
area, optional emphasis could be obtained 
by the student in administrative camping, 
therapeutic recreation, and recreation 
resource management. 

ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 187 













Richard Risi imitates a big bird and tries to get the students at St. Mark's School to follow along during recess. 
188 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 






Top Left: Debbie Rainey, Winfrey White, and Karen Moss toss a 
parachute while playing games at St. Mark's. Above: Peggy Cox. 
Karen Moss, and Sheila Daniels, physical education majors, 
organize a game during a recess. Below Left: Mr. Wayne Jennings, 
gives a pointer to a student on the rings. 



New Minor Begun In 
Physical Education 



Directed by Dr. Fred E. Darling, the 
Department of Men's Physical Education 
developed concurrently with the Depart- 
ment of Women's Physical Education a new 
minor that was to begin next fall. This 
new minor was especially for elementary 
education majors and allowed them to get a 
minor in elementary physical education. 

In the areas of emphasis in physical 
education were available special education, 
athletic training, recreation and park 
administration, driver's education or 
elementary physical education. 

Directed by Dr. Ann Uhlir, the women's 
physical education department continued to 
grow and prepared women for teaching 
physical education. 

The unique part of the department was 
the non-class curriculum, which was an 
integral part of preparing students in a 
professional area. These non-class curricula 
included intramurals, intercollegiate sports, 
officiating, and syncronized swim team. 

ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 189 



Graduate School Plans Curriculum Additions 



Dr. Elmo E. Moretz, Dean of the Graduate 
School, supervised more than 1,350 students 
enrolled for graduate work during 1971-72. 

Two graduate programs offered for the 
first time were Master of Science degrees in 
recreation and mathematics. Scheduled ex- 
pansion of the graduate programs in the 
areas of Master of Music and a Master of 
Arts in sociology were made upon approval 
of the Board of Regents. 

The separate degree programs offered 
were: Master of Art in eight fields, Master 
of Science in eleven areas, Master of Arts in 
Education in four fields. Professional de- 
grees offered were in music education, 
public administration, and business admin- 
istration. There were seven other fields in 
which specialist degrees could be obtained. 

With the graduate program expansion well 
developed processes of curriculum evalua- 
tion and revision were accelerated. 





Dr. Elmo E. Moretz relaxes from his busy schedule as Dean of the 
Graduate School by practicing his putting at Arlington. Left: 
Graduate student in political science, Dave Freeman, monitors a 
test in his Political Science 101 class. 



190 ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 




Candidates for degrees in the Graduate School begin to file across the Alumni Coliseum stage during spring commencement. 

ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 191 









Interests Are Varied 
In Graduate School 



Right: The library's dial access facility is one of the many research 
sources available to graduate students. Below: Jennifer Kennedy 
graduate student in microbiology, inoculates a rabbit for her 
bacterial genetic research project. 





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Above: Helping a model lab school student, Bill Dunn, 
graduate student in art, lends assistance in making paper 
animals. Left: Phyllis Martin tests the breaking strength 
of silk in a home economics graduate lab. 



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Miss Dyehouse Picked 
For Hall of Fame 



Entry into the Hall of Fame symbolizes 
that a person has achieved the highest stand- 
ards of scholarship, leadership and service 
to the University. Miss Kitty B. Dyehouse 
from Lancaster is the 1972 Hall of Fame 
honoree. 

Miss Dyehouse, an English major, has 
maintained a perfect 4.0 academic standing. 
She is listed in Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges and was given the 
Chi Delta Pi award in 1970-71. 

She has been secretary of Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, president of Cwens, and president 
of Alpha Phi Gamma. She was also a mem- 
ber of Kappa Delta Pi and served twice as 
organizations editor for the Progress. 

A secret committee named by President 
Martin selects the honoree from nomina- 
tions made by each of the four colleges, the 
Student Association, Omicron Alpha Kappa, 
and Collegiate Pentacle. 




Honor Rollees Set Scholastic Record 



The 1972 Milestone Honor Rollees have a com- 
bined 3.85 three-year grade standing. Miss Kitty 
B. Dyehouse, English major, heads the list with 
a 4.0. She has been active in CWENS, Collegiate 
Pentacle, and Kappa Delta Pi. Miss Kathryn Ru- 
lon, speech pathology major with a 3.86, has be- 
longed to Collegiate Pentacle, Valianettes, ACE, 
and the Student Council for Exceptional Children. 
Miss Karen A. Latimer is a home economics major 
with a 3.8. Her activities include the Home Eco- 
nomics Club, CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle, and 
Kappa Delta Pi. Billie W. Wade, who has been 
vice-president of the Accounting Club, is an ac- 
counting major with a 3.75 standing. All four are 
listed in Who's Who. 

The Honor Roll recognizes outstanding achieve- 
ment in each of the four colleges in an area of study 
and extra-curricular activity. Nominees were 
chosen by the deans of the respective colleges on 
the basis of high academic standing and leadership 
qualities. 





KAREN LATIMER, CoJJege of Applied Arts and Technology 

198 HONORS/HONOR ROLL 



BILLIE WADE, CoJJege of Business 




KITTY B. DYEHOUSE, CoJJege of Arts and Sciences 







KATHRYN RULON, CoJJege of Education 



HONORS/HOXOR ROLL 199 



Seniors Gain Citations 



Each year the Milestone honors seniors 
for their ability, leadership and achieve- 
ment in extra-curricular activities. Citations 
are awarded to students in the areas of com- 
munity service, athletics, military, student 
government, music, broadcasting, speech 
and drama, student publications, and Greek 
life. 

Candidates were nominated by depart- 
mental chairmen and organizational spon- 
sors. A secret committee of faculty, admin- 
istrators and students made the final 
selection. 




Community Service: MARGARET W. BOGLE 




Military: STEVE KELSAY, DAN BAUR, and GEORGE SLONE. 



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Outstanding Greek Man and Woman: DARYL POYN- 
TERandBOBEKLE. 

Music: STEPHEN JOHNSON, REBECCA RUE, and 
BYNO RHODES, III. 




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Student Publications: PAULA McCANN, MIKE PARK, JACK FROST, and PATRICIA 
CARR. 




Athletics: PAT GERON, BILL ENGLAND, PHIL YANCEY, 
DARYL DUNAGAN, and BILLY BURTON. 



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Student Government: GUY HATFIELD and 
MARSHALL GARRETT. Left, Speech and 
Drama: FRONT ROW: PENNY HASEKOESTER 
and NANNETTE FRITZ. SECOND ROW: TONI 
TRIMBLE and TED WENDT. Above, Broad- 
casting: MICHAEL KARPINSKY. 



HONORS/SENIOR CITATION'S 203 



Thirty-Eight Make 
Who's Who List 



Thirty-eight Eastern seniors were 
chosen to appear in the 1971-72 edi- 
tion of Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

Eligibility for Who's Who is based 
on scholarship, leadership, and ser- 
vice. Nominations were submitted by 
department chairmen and the Student 
Association. A faculty committee 
selected the final nominees. 

Those chosen received a citation 
from Who's Who and are listed in the 
annual publication. 




LINDA KEES and SUE HAAS, Physical Education 




EVE PROFFITT and LINDA WRIGHT, EJementary Education 



204 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 








PAULA McCANN, Elementary Education 



CHERILYNN DeRHONDE, History 




CAROLYN ZANONE and KAREN LATIMER, Home Economics 



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JERRY CARRICO, Management 



RICE W. LEAR, Industrial Technology 



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REX DUNN, Physics 





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BILLIE WADE and JOHN WHITE, Accounting 



PAMELA HACKER, Rehabilitation 

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STEVEN A. FISK and JOHN SMITH, Agriculture 




JANICE O. BURDETTE and REGINA T. NIEHAUS, Dietetics 



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DARYL POYNTER and PATRICIA CALICO, Elementary Education 





KATHRYN RULON, Speech Pathology 



JEANNIE PILANT, German 



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LYNNE SCHMIDT, English 



RAYMOND L. SPARNON, Political Science 




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DEBORAH AMATULLI, JANICE ROGAN and GINGER SPRIGGS, Recreation 



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WILLIAM M. ENGLAND, Recreation 



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BEV WIND, School Health 



DANIEL BAUR, Marketing 



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MARY A. DAVIS, Elementary Education 



BRENDA SPEAGLE THOMAS, Math 




MIKE KLOPHER and ART CASSILL, Business Education 



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SUSAN GARLAND, BETTY JO McKINNEY and KITTY DYEHOUSE, English 




REBECCA RUE, Music 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 213 



Honor Societies Play 
Active Service Roles 



Eastern's four scholastic honor societies 
were active participants in many campus 
and community service projects. 

CWENS, sophomore women's honorary, 
served as orientation guides for freshmen 
during fall registration. They also hosted the 
organization's annual National President 
Conference at Eastern's Mulebarn. 

Collegiate Pentacle, senior women's 
honorary, is sponsoring the library at Tel- 
ford Community Center as a continuing proj- 
ect. They have collected over 1,000 volumes 
and donated money for carpeting. 

Food baskets were prepared for needy 
persons at Thanksgiving and Christmas by 
Kappa Iota Epsilon, sophomore men's hon- 
orary. They also worked with the Jaycees 
Toys for Tots Drive, and along with CWENS 
to put on the annual freshman talent show. 

Omicron Alpha Kappa, junior and senior 
men's honorary, sponsored a child in the 
Appalachian Mountain area. They also con- 
ducted a speaking tour to Kentucky high 
schools to encourage students. 



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KAPPA IOTA EPSILON. FRONT ROW: William Hellard, Clarance 
Kirchner, Larry Stroud. Dave Bradley, Mark Smith. SECOND 
ROW: Clifford Parsons: sponsor. Mike Pratt, John Zinner, Karl 
Crabtree. BACK ROW: Michael Troup, Gregory Moore, and Scott 
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COLLEGIATE PENTACLE. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth MacDonald, 
Adele McKinney, Julia Huglev, Wanda Garr, Lenise Bell, Alice 
Insko. Sarah Cobb, Paula McCann. Daryl Poynter. SECOND ROW: 
Janice Burdette, Jill Leunig, Debbie Behymer, Ann Burdette. 
Jody Cavalier, Pam Zea, Sherrill Burton. Ann Flynn, Kitty Dye- 
house, Sue Haas, Sherry Humphry. Judy Borders. Rosemary El- 
mer, Patricia Calico, Cathy Richmond. THIRD ROW: Brenda S. 



Thomas, Eve Proffitt, Debbie Bailey, Nancy Metz, Karen Lati- 
mer, Judy McNicol, Susan Sigler, Cherrilynn DeRhonde. Eileen 
Wiggs. FOURTH ROW: Marcia Verville. Ginger Spriggs, Judy Wes- 
sell, Beckv Goshorn. Susie Durrett, Gail Hollowell, Carol Algier, 
Kathryn Rulon. BACK ROW: Linda Wright, Bev Wind, Patricia 
Carr. Lynne Schmidt, Betty Congleton. and Miss Mable Criswell. 
sponsor. 



214 HONORS/HONORARIES 




Below, CWENS. FRONT ROW: Vicki Raderer. Jov 
Harris. Kathy O'Nan, Mary Gritler. SECOND 
ROW: Diane Stump. Debbie Wainwright. Cindy 
Battzley. Jody Rice. Daren Bailey, Linda Madden, 
Rhonda Wall. Sharon Maupin. Karen Current. 
Jenny Piatt, Janet Aydt. Patt Demko, Kathy Ste- 
phens. THIRD ROW: Angie Bender, Sandy Foley. 
Darlene Young. Roxann Schelein. Carmen Arvin. 
Sandy Moermond. Darla Vogelsand. Barbara 
Daughertv, Shea Pulliam. Diane Darenkamp. 
Cathy Hill. FOURTH ROW: Denise Elzy, Lynn 
Cooper, Mary Eversole, Martha Sands. Liz Bryant. 
Debbie Webb. Jennifer Daniel. Dorothy Patterson. 
Jean Hempfling, Diane Donahue, Sally Turner. 
Linda Krauth. BACK ROW: Nadine Brewer. Karen 
Schaffer. Jenni Seller, |ayne Marlowe, Bonnie 
Gray. Debbie Ferrell, and Jean Fiederer. 



Bottom, OMICRON ALPHA KAPPA. FRONT ROW: 
Dr. Harold Holmes: advisor, Robert Kulchback. 
Wayne Bailey. Arnold Phillips, Michael Hughes, 
Michael Klopher. Stanley Forsythe. Thaddeus 
Smith. Stephen Johnson, |eff Duff. Larry Redfern, 
Ken Twyman. Larry Cleveland. Niel Fogt. BACK 
ROW: Joseph Manning. Terry Bromley, John 
Bowers, Canton Martin. John Drew. David White. 
James Evans, Donald Meineke. Christopher Webb, 
arid Tom Tarvin. 





HONORS/HONORARIES 215 



Music Organizations Sponsor Several Concerts 



Both the men's and women's music hon- 
oraries sponsored a variety of concerts 
throughout the year. Phi Mu Alpha Son- 
fonia, the men's group, gave a reception for 
"Doc" Severinson before the Homecoming 
concert. Phi Mu Alpha members sponsored 
a concert featuring "Brass", as well as many 
small concerts on campus. 

Delta Omicron, Eastern's women's music 
honorary, served as tour guides for high 
school students showing them around 



campus on Music Opportunities Day. Mem- 
bers ushered at concerts given by the de- 
partment of music and presented some of 
their own open to the public. 

Combined, Phi Mu Alpha Sonfonia and 
Delta Omicron had 50 members working to 
promote high standards of creativity, per- 
formance, education, and research in music. 
Another goal was to develop a fraternal 
spirit among music students. Both are 
international honorary music fraternities. 




FRONT ROW: Jeannie Langman, Mary Helen Morehead, Judy 
Reed, Nancy Ward. Mary Jo Moorman, Rhonda Blair. Becky Rue, 
Debbie I.awson, Jenny Robinson, Gloria Land, Chris Richens, Toni 
Alexander. BACK ROW: Janet Brigman, Marsha Riggles, Tanya 



Moores, Winnie Johnson, Norma Sewel 
nett. Pattie Seaman, Jerry Shotwell, 
Cindy Thurman, and Barbara Wilmore. 



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FRONT ROW: Frank Stephens, Donald Burton. Mike Ensco, Mike 
Roberts, Chris Richens. Eldon Mattick, Craig Hartje, Doub Baber, 
Steve White. SECOND ROW: Mr. John C Lawson; sponsor, Jim 



Whitaker, John Drew, Ken Byrdwell, Dennis Preston, Roy Depuy, 
Nat Carter, Steve Johnson. BACK ROW: David Burchfield, Jerry 
Martin, Byno Rhodes, and Terry Thompson. 



216 HONORS/HONORARIES 




FRONT ROW: R. Scott Gray. Ruth Moore, Kathv Hornsbv. Nanette 
Fritz, Merle Middleton. SECOND ROW: Harold McCay. Fran 
Harris, Penny Hasekoester, Terri Lukin. Mrs. Gene Richman; spon- 



sor. Toni Trimble, Kathv Paris, Vicki Dennis, Don Meade. 
BACK ROW: Bobbv Butler, Teri Insko. and Rick Diehl. 




Dramatics Honorary 
Provides Fellowship 

During the Drama Forensics tournament, 
held at Eastern for high school seniors, mem- 
bers of Alpha Psi Omega conducted a guide 
service for participants and guests. 

Zeta Phi Cast, Eastern's chapter of the 
national dramatics honor society had 17 
members this past year. Membership re- 
quirements were at least a 2.5 scholastic 
standing with both acting and technical par- 
ticipation in several theatre productions. 
As a goal the society strove to provide fel- 
lowship for those obtaining a high standard 
of achievement in college theatre. 



Members of Alpha Psi Omega. Penny Hasekoester and Don 
Meade, frequently appear in University Player productions such 
as "She stoops to Conquer." 



HONORS/HONORARIES 217 



Journalists Strive 
To Meet Pledge 



Alpha Phi Gamma, national journalism 
fraternity, extended membership this year 
to campus photographers and broadcasting 
majors. This gave the group a wider scope 
in specialized fields. 

As in the past, members attended the 
Associated Collegiate Press Convention in 
Dallas, Texas. Five held seats on the Student 
Publications Board. As a goal for the year the 
journalists strove to meet their Meditation 
Chapel Fund pledge. 

Projects included a speaker's brochure 
of members who would travel to high schools 
to lead workshops or to give lectures. Delta 
Iota Chapter sold advertising for the Ken- 
tucky Intercollegiate Press Association Con- 
vention program which was held on East- 
ern's campus. 




Paula McCann, Judy Stiebel, Linda Mittel, and Bill Sawyer pre- 
pare to leave for the ACP Convention in Dallas, Texas. 




FRONT ROW: Patricia Carr, Judy Stiebel. Roxanne Heekin. Paula 
McCann, Connie Ball, Linda Mittel, Kitty Dyehouse. SECOND 
ROW: Sue Mantel. Kathy Covelle, Patsy Gross, Lea Davis, Betsy 



Hill, Marianne Rose. Sonja Foley. BACK ROW: Robert Babbage, 
Jack Frost, Michael Park, Jim Ross. William Sawyer, and Mr. Glen 
Kleine, advisor. 



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AKD Hear Talks 

Speakers lectured regularly on the 
complex problems facing our modern 
society and other facets of sociology 
to Alpha Kappa Delta. As a national 
sociology honorary, their purpose was 
to promote an interest in sociology. 

Gamma of Kentucky was new to 
Eastern being recognized only last 
spring, yet already has an active 
membership of 20. Members must 
maintain at least a 3.0 standing with 
10 hours of sociology. 



FRONT ROW: Donna Crossfield. Ronda Grueninger, Lon- 
nie Lefevers, Dr. Amiya Mohanty; sponsor. SECOND 
ROW: Dr. Richard Armstrong. Mr. Ben Stark, Charlotte 
Harris. Roy Fite. BACK ROW: Jean Ansley, Deborah 
Muncy, Dr. Charles Emmons. Wanda Garr. and Betty 
Simpson. 



Chapelle Society Honors Late Woman Journalist 



While petitioning Theta Sigma Phi, 
Eastern's women journalists continued to 
meet as the Dickey Chapelle Society. Mem- 
bership was restricted to those eligible 
with a high scholastic average majoring in 
journalism or communications with intent 
to work within the media. 



In honor of Dickey Chapelle, first woman 
journalist killed in Viet Nam, the group 
presented one of her works to the Crabbe 
Library. Members of this professional fra- 
ternity served as hostesses during the Ken- 
tucky Intercollegiate Press Convention held 
this fall on campus. 




Left: Marty Patrick. Fawn Conley. Lea Davis. Maria Chidesler. Mr. Glen Kleine; advisor. Patricia Carr. Diane Coleman. Delma Francis. Betsy 
Bell, and Lisa Collins. 

HONORS/ HONORARIES 219 



Sigma Tau Pi Conducts Book Swap 



Founded in 1926, Sigma Tau Pi is the old- 
est organization of its kind on campus. The 
honorary business society strives to pro- 
mote a better understanding of the business 



world. The group visited several firms 
and conducted a book swap among mem- 
bers. 




FRONT ROW: Edsel R. Mountz. sponsor; Bill Peller. Barbara 
Bock, Dan Glier. Phillip Reed. SECOND ROW: John Shackelford, 
Linda Caton, Rita Lou Gritton, Robert Buchman. THIRD ROW: 



John White, Roger Gilpin, Joseph Manning. BACK ROW: Billy 
Lockridge, Keith Wilson, Daniel Baur, Robert Hardin, and James 
White. 



Eta Gamma Sigma Reorganizes Membership 



Reorganization was the main activity of 
Eta Gamma Sigma, national professional 
honorary in health science. Members also 
attended the Kentucky Association of HPER 
convention in Lexington. 



The main objective of the organization 
is to further professional competence and 
dedication of members in and for the health 
science field. Membership requirements 
are a 2.5 overall after two semesters. 



FRONT ROW: Connie Mattingly. Faye Keith. Carole 
Frabits, Carolyn Noe, Ruth Snyder, Bev Wind, Jill 
Barthen. Nora Gregory. BACK ROW: Dr. Herman Bush; 
sponsor. Betty Cosby. Ron Eble, Dr. Robert Baugh, 
Mike Colegrove, and Dr. Leslie Ramsdell. 



220 HONORS/HONORAR1ES 





Pi Tau Chi Honors 
Christian Leaders 



The chief activity of Pi Tau Chi, national 
religious honorary, is to honor persons for 
outstanding Christian leadership. 

Zeta Alpha Chapter has 29 members. Any 
person who has attained honorable dis- 
tinction in Christian service in connection 
with campus life is eligible for membership. 



FRONT ROW: Steve Boring. Steve Slice, Sandv Sommer, Rebecca 
Unger, Steve Kelsav. SECOND ROW: Brian Lindsay. Jill Leunig, 
Kathy Creger, Father Ron Kettler. THIRD ROW: Willis Parkhurst; 
sponsor: Stephanie Schloerner. David Smallvvood. BACK ROW: 
Donna Sergeant and Eileen Nugent Wiggs. 



Kappa Mu Epsilon Offers Math Help Sessions 



Kappa Mu Epsilon, national mathematics 
honorary, conducted help sessions for stu- 
dents with math problems. They also had a 
picnic for students and faculty during the 
fall. 

Kentucky Alpha Chapter has 33 members. 



To be eligible for membership, one must 
have completed three semesters of college 
work, be in the upper 35 ( a of the class, and 
have completed three courses in mathe- 
matics including calculus with an average 
of a B or better. 




FRONT ROW: Robert Slone. Paula Kinker. Brenda Speagle 
Thomas. Ann Mackin. SECOND ROW: Rosann Viel. Rita Robin- 
son, Barbara Nolan. Brenda Ridenour. Linda Nolan. Toni Lewis, 



Janet Caswell. BACK ROW: Mr. Glynn Creamer. Pat May. Mike 
Kettler, Laura Clem. Dr. Aughtum Howard, and Mr. Sydney 
Stevens. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 221 



Polity Society Sponsors 
Delegates To Simulations 



The political science honorary, Polity Society, 
co-sponsored delegates to the mock United Na- 
tions and United States Senate. 

Polity Society provides juniors and seniors 
who have excelled in political science an oppor- 
tunity to broaden their knowledge through an ex- 
change of ideas. 

Membership requirements are a 3.0 grade point 
average in at least nine hours of political science 
and a 2.75 overall standing. 



Left: Raymond Sparnon, Dr. Taw-hwan Kwak, Billy G. Brown, Dr. Malcom 
Moore, sponsor; Charles Abner, Steve Gold, William M. Eggemeier, Phil 
Johnson, Thomas L. Tarvin, and Mr. Ralph Fretty. 




Alpha Phi Sigma Assists Local Law Officers 



Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma work- 
ed with the local post of the Kentucky State 
Police on an identification system to lower 
the amount of breaking and entering in this 



area. They also initiated an Explorer Post 
to work with local youth. 

Membership is open to law enforcement 
majors with high academic standings. 



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FRONT ROW: Douglas Smith, Rosetta Lucas. Steve Bandura, Jan- 
ice Powell, Bevie Baker, Dennis Mills, Richard Jackson, John Sura. 
SECOND ROW: Robert Posey; sponsor, J. C Bowling, James Bar- 
bee, Mittie Davis, Thomas Reed. Gary Weldon, John Tomlinson. 



THIRD ROW: Roger Morris, Hugh Byrd, sponsor, Dan Brennan, 
Joe Graziano, Paul Andrews, Don Filer, Steve Morrow. BACK 
ROW: Garry May, Pam Fisk, Terry Fisk, Allen Hazen, and Thomas 
Barclay. 



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Scabbard and Blade Gives ROTC Orientations 



Scabbard and Blade, national military 
honor society, is composed of outstanding 
members of the Advanced ROTC Corps. 
Company K, 15th Regiment, at Eastern pre- 
sently has 20 members. 

The Company annually conducts high 



school orientations to explain the purpose 
and activities of ROTC. Members partici- 
pated in pre-camp orientation for juniors, 
fall and spring navagation courses, and Na- 
tional Scabbard and Blade Day. They also 
sponsored two car rallies. 




FRONT ROW: Bruce Bailey. David Kepler. Larry Fields. Paul An- 
drews. Charles Abner. Cindy Spratt; co-ed sponsor. Michael 
Hughes. Rex Fortner. Chico Riveria, Jerry Carrico. BACK ROW: 



Major Harley Davis: sponsor. George Slone. James Mason. Rich- 
ard Williams. Robert Hardin. Peter Trzop. Michael Duly. Wes 
Miller. Phil Reed. Dieter Carlton. James Johnson, and Daniel Baur. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 223 



Psi Chi Sponsors Talks 



Psi Chi, national psychology honorary, 
sponsored several speakers who spoke on 
subjects ranging from mental health to 
transendential meditation. 

Eastern's chapter, installed May 1968, has 
20 members. Membership requirements 
include a major or minor in psychology with 
at least eight hours in psychology. 



LEFT: Susan Duzing, Casey Donahue. Mr. Douglas Hindman; spon- 
sor, Linda Lyle, Jim Bafts, Lee Wick, and Smith Noland. 




Kappa Delta Pi Rewards Sophomore Students 



Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, 
awarded scholarships to the sophomore man 
and woman, who plan to teach, with the 
highest academic standing. Members also 
visited EDU 202 classes to familiarize stu- 
dents with the aims of the organization. 

Delta Alpha Chapter has 52 members. 



It was established to recognize outstand- 
ing contributions to education. Each candi- 
date must exhibit high professional ideals 
with the intention of continuing in the edu- 
cational field and maintain a 3.1 minimum 
academic standing. 




FRONT ROW: Janet Smyers, Wanda Garr, Pam Bostick. Deborah 
B. Powers, Daryl Poynter. Linda Kees, Paula McCann. SECOND 
ROW: Cathy Richmond, Linda Terrell, Linda Wickline, Eve Prof- 
fitt. Gail Hollowell, Bev Wind, Jefferv Duff, Paula Kinker, 
Brenda Speagle Thomas. THIRD ROW: Deborah Watson, Ellen 



Saunders, Alice Brooks, Denna Webster, Carol Robinson, 
Annelle Wall, Karen Latimer, Rebecca Goshorn. BACK ROW: Pa- 
tricia Calico, Larry Wynn, Yvonne Hempfling, Daphne Jeffries. 
Eileen Wiggs, Mabel W. Jennings; sponsor, Judy McNicol, John 
Bowers, and Stephen Johnson. 



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FRONT ROW: John Warrington, David Jones. Jerry Price, Jon 
Mav, Debbie Behvmer, Lenise Bell. BACK ROW: Elaine Robinson. 



Jeff Duff. Thaddeus Smith. John Bowers. Jimmy Evans. Larry 
Redfern. Darlene Bruce, and Gail Webb. 



Phi Alpha Theta Prepares Career Newsletter 



Phi Alpha Theta, national history hon- 
orary, prepared semi-annual newsletters 
dealing with professional opportunities 
for history majors. They also had two pic- 



nics and four discussion sessions. 

Xi Theta Chapter requires members to be 
history majors who have completed 12 hours 
with at least a 3.0 average. 




FRONT ROW: Tommy Brown. Gene Peterson, William DeHore. 
Steve Fardo. Charles Lush, James Zoll, Ora Rice. John Kemper. 
John Stallard. Peter Dawkins, Pat White. Arthur Morgan. BACK 



ROW: Robert Ogle; sponsor, Homer Davis, Albert Spenser. Ken- 
neth Hansson. James Way. Larry Barnhardt. Fred Gehron. David 
Woodring. John McComha, and Dr. Clyde Craft. 



Iota Lamba Sigma Links Student and Faculty 



Iota Lambda Sigma, national industrial 
education honorary, seeks to create a fra- 
ternal bond between actual and prospective 
teachers in the field. 



The group published a brochure describ- 
ing Iota Lambda Sigma and an annual news- 
letter. Members participated in industrial 
tours and technological demonstrations. 



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line for a short gain against Austin Peay. Right: Western 
quarterback, Leo Peckenpaugh tries to elude onrushing 
Eastern tackles, John Govan (84] and Rich Thomas (65). 




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Eastern Opens With 
Four Straight Wins 

To say the least, the 1971 football season 
was a puzzle to most every avid Eastern fan. 
Because of the Colonels' returning personnel 
and their second-place finish in 1970, Coach 
Roy Kidd's charges were picked to win the 
Ohio Valley Conference championship. 

And at the start of the season, it looked 
as though Eastern was going to fulfill these 
predictions. The Colonels opened the 1971 
campaign with four straight victories. 

But then, in the stretch of the next four 
games, Eastern was unable to win. These 
four contests produced three losses and a 
tie and all but eliminated any EKU hopes of 
a conference crown. 

Just when it seemed the Colonels were 
going to salvage an otherwise dismal season, 
having won their next two encounters, arch- 
rival Morehead ended the year by handing 
Eastern its fourth loss of the season. 



Bob Fricker sets to pass against Austin Peay. 




Eastern's Jackie Miller. Mark Shireman. and Stan Roberts tackle Clarence Jackson of Western. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 229 





Above Left: ]im Thompson of Austin Peay intercepts a pass intend- 
ed for Larry Kirksey. Above: Jackie Miller blocks a fourth quarter 



field goal attempt against Western. Below: Ed King and Rich 
Thomas lead interference for Jackie Miller as he intercepts a pass. 




230 ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 





Jimmy Brooks makes his record-breaking run for the most career carries in the 
Ohio Vallev Conference. 



Three Colonel Gridders Named All-OVC 



Kidd's team finished with a 6-4-1 record 
overall and 3-4 in the OVC, their worst 
league mark since the EKU head mentor 
took over in 1964. 

Even though the season turned out to be 
a very disappointing one for the Colonels, 
Eastern was not without its individual stars. 
Three Colonel regulars were recognized as 
All-OVC players and two were named hon- 
orable mention All-Americans. 

Jimmy Brooks, a 5-10 senior tailback from 
Louisville, closed an illustrious Eastern 
career with 15 Eastern and OVC records to 
his credit. Brooks was a four-time all- 
conference tailback and gained honorable 
mention All-American three seasons. 

James Wilson, a tight end and Most Valu- 
able Player for the Colonels, and defensive 
back James Porter were also named to the 
conference first-team honor squad. It 
marked the first time for both players to 
make the all-conference team. Brooks and 



junior tackle Wally Chambers received 
honorable mention All-American. 

In the season opener, Eastern scored 20 
points in the first half and held on to win 
20-12 over Southeastern Louisiana. Big 
plays, something the Colonels lacked most 
of the season, provided two Eastern scores. 
Sophomore fullback Alfred Thompson's 
45-yard run and Porter's 68-yard punt re- 
turn were the highlights of the first victory. 

The Colonels then traveled to Ashland 
for the Shrine Bowl and defeated a stubborn 
Northern Iowa, 21-7. EKU quarterback Bob 
Fricker led the way, accounting for two 
touchdowns, one on a 12-yard pass to Wil- 
son and the other on a seven-yard gallop. 

Game No. 3 saw the Colonels come from 
behind to down the East Tennessee Bucs 28- 
14. Brooks tied a conference record in this 
contest by scoring four touchdowns. East- 
ern's tenacious defense turned the ball over 
to the offensive unit six times. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 231 



Win-Loss-Tie Marks 
Mid-Season Action 



EKU defensive end Mark Shireman's 20- 
yard interception return for a touchdown 
sparked Eastern's 14-9 win over the Austin 
Peay Governors. 

The Middle Tennesse Blue Raiders, billed 
as contenders for the league crown, started 
the downfall for the Colonels when they 
raced to a 31-0 lead and managed to hold on 
for a 31-18 win. 

The Colonels bounced back against 
nationally-ranked Eastern Michigan and tied 
the physically-tough Hurons, 0-0. Both 
squads missed two opportunities to put 
points on the scoreboard. Eastern Michigan 
was later to become a participant in the 
NCAA's Pioneer Bowl. 

A crowd of 24,500 looked on at EKU's 
Hanger Field for the 44th renewal of the 
Eastern-Western game. As usual, the contest 
was of paramount importance. 



Right: Joe Washington momentarily looses the ball as he begins a 
kick-off return. 





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tacklers. Right: James Porter returns a punt against Austin Peay. 



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Varisco. Above: Most Valuable Player, James Wilson nurses a 
twisted knee as he watches the game go on without him. Bottom: 
Sophomore quarterback Harold Borders drops back as Western's 
Jerry LaSalvia and Jim Barber close in. 




ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 233 




Above: In the same against Southeastern Louisiana, Fricker hands off to Washington, hidden by Brooks (23] as Alfred Thompson fakes. 



EKU Loses To Western, Defense Makes OnlyScore 



The Colonels started the game driving the 
ball with precision toward the Western end 
zone. However, Eastern could not dent the 
goal line in the first quarter and lost its mo- 
mentum. 

Porter's 56-yard run of a blocked field goal 
attempt proved to be EKU's only score as 
eventual OVC champion Western won the 
contest, 16-7. 

Eastern was still stinging from the Western 
defeat when it traveled to Murray. The 
Racers came up with a couple of big plays, 
a 38-yard TD pass and a 28-yard pass inter- 
ception, and handed the Colonels their 
second straight loss, 17-7. 

It was Eastern's turn to capitalize on the 
big play in the Tennessee Tech game, scoring 
on a 65-yard end run by Wilson and a 25- 
yard gallop by Thompson. Eastern defeated 
the previously once-beaten Eagles, 14-7. 

In its last home appearance, Eastern tied 
the high point production of the season as 
the Colonels topped Appalachian State, 
28-14. 



Right: Jimmy Brooks attempts to stop an interception return by 
Ronnie Fuqua of Austin Peay. 

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leads the way. Left: Jimmy Brooks looks on as Joe Washington 
cradles a kick-off before the return. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 235 



Morehead Eagles Win Over Colonels, Again 



For the third successive season, Morehead 
made the winter seem just a little longer 
when the Eagles edged the Colonels 10-7 in 
the season finale. 

Statistically, Brooks was the top Colonel 
rusher with 814 yards, giving him 3,842 for 
his Eastern career. He scored nine touch- 
downs, raising his career total to 36 TD's 
and 220 points, both OVC records. 

Larry Kirksey was the top pass receiver 
for the second straight season with 15 
catches for 238 yards. 

Chambers once again led defensive sta- 
tistics with 85 tackles and 64 assists. Other 
top defensive performers were Richard 
Thomas, Eddie Huffman, James Croudep, 
Mike Nicholson and Porter. 

Only nine seniors were lost through grad- 
uation, giving Coach Kidd another solid base 
to form a conference contender. 



1971 COLONEL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

20 ... Southeastern Louisiana 12 

21 . . . Northern Iowa 7 

28 . . . East Tennessee 14 

14 ... Austin Peay 9 

18 ... Middle Tennessee 31 

... Eastern Michigan 

7 ... Western Kentucky 16 

7 ... Murray State 17 

14 ... Tennessee Tech 7 

28 ... Appalachian State 14 

7 ... Morehead State 10 

Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 1 

Concentration is mirrored in the face of defensive end John Govan 
while the offense carries the fight to an opponent. 




236 ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 




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1971 FOOTBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Alfred Thompson. 
Jim Lyons. Mike O'Neal, Jerome Sims. Larry Kirksey, Mike Tucker. 
SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Jack Ison. Fred Sandusky, Dick 
Straten, James Croudep, William Wright, Otto Hughes. Tom Reid. 
Head Coach Roy Kidd. THIRD ROW: Graduate Assistant Jay 
Donelly, Mark Shireman, Eddie Huffman. Harold Borders, Bob 
Fricker, Ralph Coldiron, Alvin Burch, Assistant Coach Bobby Har- 
ville. FOURTH ROW: Graduate Assistant Ken Reid, James Porter. 
Stan Roberts, Frank Brohm, Greg Kuhn, Jeff McCarthy. Don Perry, 



Assistant Coach Jim Moberly. FIFTH ROW: Graduate Assistant 
David Roberts, Tom Gaebler, Harry Irwin, John Govan. Ed Carn- 
vale, Richard Cook, Rich Thomas. Trainer Ken Murray. SIXTH 
ROW: Graduate Assistant Jeff Slagle. Larry Kaelin. Joe Washington. 
Carlin Wright. Mike Nicholson, Doug Green. Jimmy Brooks. Assis- 
tant Coach Fred Francis. BACK ROW: Jackie Miller, Mike Setters. 
Marshall Bush. Roger Hogg, Ed King. Wally Chambers, and James 
Wilson. 



ATHLETICS/FOOTBALL 237 




Above: Referee Charlie Fouly calls together the members of the 
Eastern and Murray State teams in an effort to calm the action on 



the court. Below: Senior guard Charlie Brunker outhustles West- 
ern's Jerome Perry for a rebound in the Colonels 96-78 victory. 



Basketball's Long Season 
Ends With Happy Note 

It was a long season, yet one which event- 
ually was to have a happy ending. Forced in- 
to a post-season playoff for the Ohio Valley 
Conference's NCAA berth, the Colonels of 
Coach Guy Strong performed late-season 
heroics necessitated by a mid-season flu bug 
and five OVC losses by a total of 14 points. 

The Colonels had their ups-and-downs 
early in the season. They whipped national 
power Southwestern Louisiana and the 
country's leading scorer, Dwight Lamar, 
105-99 in the season opener. Then came 
losses to eventual NCAA opponent Florida 
State, 96-83, in the Seminoles' Tallahassee 
bandbox, and to hotshooting St. Francis, 
96-74. 

Eastern then seemed to put it all together, 
winning the prestigious All-College Classic 
with close come-from-behind wins over 
Texas Tech, Santa Clara and Oklahoma 
City University. 



238 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 






Above right: Coach Guy Strong and Graduate Assistant Harlan 
Davidson go over a diagrammed play before practice. Above left: 
Charlie Mitchell shoots over the head of Western's Jerome Perry. 



Below: Robert Brooks and Dan Argabright battle for a rebound 
against Melvin Morton and Ingram Montgomery of nationally rank- 
ed Oral Roberts University. 




ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 239 






Top left: Terry Davis of Western attempts to guard EKU's leading 
scorer, Charlie Mitchell. Top right: John Von Lehman of Dayton, 
and his teammate John Bitter move in to tie up Robert Brooks as 



Daryl Dunagan watches the action. Above: Coach Guy Strong 
issues some important instructions to the Colonels during a time 
out. 



240 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 




Colonels Hit Stride 
Against WKU, Middle 



Staying on the road, the Colonels fell to 
vengeful Southwestern Louisiana 87-80 and 
came home to greet sickness and a hand in- 
jury to guard Billy Burton in a 102-96 loss to 
Oral Roberts. 

Then came a series of games in which 
Eastern would flash brilliance, then medi- 
ocrity, as virtually all the starters had bouts 
with the flu. But, Burton's hand healed. EKU 
won its OVC opener 93-90 on the road at Aus- 
tin Peay, then lost 72-69 at Murray. 

Seemingly beginning to hit their stride, 
they thrashed Middle Tennessee 85-53 and 
Western Kentucky 96-78 at home, then held 
off Tennessee Tech 104-93 at Cookeville to 
take the lead in the conference race. 

Eastern's worst home showing of the year 
came next when the travel-weary Colonels 
sputtered and suffered their only home 
court OVC loss to East Tennessee, 68-66. 
Then came a 94-93 road loss to Morehead in 
a game which ended in a flurry of contro- 
versy that proved a late-season catalyst for 
the Colonels. 




Above: Billy Burton drives for a lay up against ORU forward Larry 
Baker. Left: 6' 10" junior forward Chester Brown of Middle Tennes- 
see scores on a tip in over the outstretched arm of Dan Argabrighl. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 241 




Above: Senior Co-captains, Billy Burton and Daryl Duna- 
gin, present Eastern President Robert R. Martin with the 
All-College Tournament Trophy won last December in 
Oklahoma City. Right: ORU's Ingram Montgomery 
pushes Dan Argabright as both players attempt to control 
a rebound. Below: Sophomore guard Mason Bonner of 
Middle Tennessee finds no way to turn as Eastern players 
fence him in. 








242 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 




Western's Senior forward, Jerry Dunn, finds the going tough inside as EKU center Dan Argabright has the A1I-OVC player well-covered. 

Road Trip Hurts, But Colonels Bound Back 



The OVC race was knotted and confused, 
a condition it endured until the end, but 
two straight home wins against Murray, 
74-72, and Austin Peay, 104-87, seemingly 
had the Colonels in the driver's seat with two 
weeks to go. 

Then came a near fatal road trip. Eastern 
blew an 18-point second half lead to lose to 
resurgent Western 93-88, then outlasted Mid- 
dle Tennessee 92-91 in two overtimes, but 
lost a single overtime game at East Tennes- 
see, 89-86. 

Eastern, Western, and Tennessee Tech 
now stood in a three-way tie for second with 
five losses each. One game ahead in first 
place was sophomore-dominated Morehead. 
The Colonels, pre-season favorites to take 



it all, had their backs to the wall with a pair 
of home games remaining. 

Tennessee Tech was removed from the list 
of contenders with a 95-78 performance in 
which the Colonels seemed to be snapping 
back. Then, in their most brilliant per- 
formance of the year, they swept past More- 
head in a fury, 121-91, and threw the final 
OVC standings into a three-way tie with 
Eastern, Western, and Morehead as co- 
champions. 

Following a meaningless, but too-lightly 
regarded game at Virginia Tech, a 103-75 
loss in which Coach Strong substituted 
freely, the Colonels stood in the wings as 
Morehead eliminated Western in the first 
game of the OVC playoffs. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 243 




Above: Eastern's ball-hawking defense 
forces the Morehead Eagles into a turn-over. 
Right: Charlie Mitchell is on the business 
end of a Colonel fast break, a weapon East- 
ern used to blitz Morehead in the OVC 
showdown game. 



244 ATHLETICS 





Eastern Takes Playoff 
For NCAA Berth 

Then it all boiled down to one night, and as 
they had all season, George Bryant with 26 
points, and Charlie Mitchell with 28, led the 
Colonels into the NCAA with a 98-86 victory 
before a deafening, overflow throng of 8,000 
in Frankfort's Sports Arena. 

It had been an uphill battle for the con- 
ference favorite, and, like all comebacks, 
it had its heroes. Both Mitchell, the team 
scoring leader with 22.7 points per game, and 
Bryant, at 21.7, were likely candidates for the 
OVC's Most Valuable Player Award. Daryl 
Dunagan and Billy Burton, seniors, like Bry- 
ant, had contributed defense, rebounding, 
and 11.6 and 8.9 points, respectively. Big 
Dan Argabright, the squad's junior center, 
got better as the year wore on, finishing 
as an intimidating rebounder and defensive 
player while averaging 10.7 points. 

And, heading tbe reserves were sopho- 
more forward Robert Brooks and senior 
guard Charlie Brunker, who helped pull the 
team through its bout with the flu and 
seemingly constant foul trouble. 
(For a complete report of the Colonels' plav 
in the OVC playoff and the NCAA Tourna- 
ment see the Special Report beginning on 
page 607.) 



Above: Dan Argabright goes over Morehead's Leonard Coulter for 
a basket in the Colonels' playoff win. Below: An EKU fan signals 
that the Colonels are at last a hard-fought Number 1. 




ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 2-15 



1972 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

THE CHAMPIONSHIP TRAIL 

Eastern Opponent 

105 . . . Southwestern Louisiana 99 

83. . .Florida State 96 

74. . . St. Francis 96 

98. . . Dayton 91 

95. . .Texas Tech 92 

89. . . Santa Clara 85 

83. .. Oklahoma City 78 

80 ... Southwestern Louisiana 87 

96. . . Oral Roberts 102 

93. . . Austin Peay 90 

69. .. Murray State 72 

85 . . . Middle Tennessee 53 

96 ... Western Kentucky 78 

104. .. Tennessee Tech 93 

66 ... East Tennessee 68 

93. . . Morehead 94 

74. . . Murray State 72 

104. .. Austin Peay 87 

88. .. Western Kentucky 93 

92 ... Middle Tennessee 91 

86 ... East Tennessee 89 

95 ... Tennessee Tech 78 

121 . . . Morehead 91 

75. .. Virginia Tech 103 

98 . . . Morehead 86 

(OVC Playoff) 



Right: Billy Burton shoots a foul shot. 





1972 BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Charlie Brunker. Wade Upchurch, Bobby Newell, Robert Brooks. Charlie Mitchell. Billy 
Burton, and George Bryant. BACK ROW: Trainer Ken Murray, Rick Stansel. Daryl Dunagan, Dan Argabright. Chuck Worthington. Mike 
Meyers, Manager, and Coach Guy Strong. 



24fi ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 




1972 BABY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Gary Staggs. manager, Jeff Barnett, Charlie Johnson. Jack Coleman. Ron Smith. Donnie Mays, and 
Boh Knight, manager. BACK ROW: Coach Jack Hissom, Howard Blakey, Jim Ratliff, Chester Smith. Craig Turner. Thomas Marshall. Larry 
Kalker. Lynn Estes. Doug Murray. Webber Hamilton, student assistant, and Jeff Slagle. graduate assistant. 

Colonel Freshmen Post Good 12-7 Season 



Eastern's Baby Colonels had an up and 
down season, with no clear winning or 
loosing streak until the last four games. 
Colonel scoring was high throughout the 
season, breaking 100 four times. The Uni- 
versity of Dayton was the only team allowed 
to break 100 against the Baby Colonels. The 
Eastern Freshmen wound up their season 



with a string of four consecutive victories. 
The Baby Colonels had a good distribution 
of points among the team members. Ron 
Smith led the freshman squad with an 
average of 21.9. Other Baby Colonels with 
high scoring averages were Chester Smith, 
Jim Ratliff, and Howard Blakey, with 
averages of 18.8, 16.2, and 13.1 respectively. 




1972 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

112. . . Berea 80 

82 ... University of Louisville 98 

100. . .Western 97 

102. . .Xavier 86 

96. . . Centre 86 

81 ... University of Dayton 109 

83. . . Alice Lloyd 84 

107 ... Somerset Community College 97 

73 ... Lee Junior College 76 

87 . . . Kentucky Business College 81 

80 . . . Morehead 87 

74. . .Marshall 66 

98 . . . Kentucky Business College 82 

66 . . . Transylvania 87 

82. . . Sue Bennett 91 

88 . . . Sullivan Business College 80 

85 . . . Xavier 78 

85 . . . Somerset Community College 78 

88 ... Prestonburg Community College 50 

Won 12, Lost 7 



Doug Murray (54). Chester Smith (40) . and Jim Ratliff (34) go up for 
a practice rebound while Ron Smith (12| and Craig Turner (44) 
back them up. 

ATHLETICS/FRESHMAN' BASKETBALL 247 





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1971 CROSS COUNTRY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Tom Findley, 
Dan Maloney. Kirk Davis, and James Seabree. BACK ROW: 



Robert Findley, Steve Woolridge, Mervin Lewis, Randy Jungkurth, 
and Tyrone Harbut. 



Injuries Hamper Harriers To 7th Place Finish 



Eastern's cross country squad was a young 
team suffering from the loss of All-American 
Ken Silvious. The team consisted of three 



1971 SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 



Opponent 



47 
20 
17 
43 
43 
45 



Cumberland 15 

Somerset 41 

Centre 46 

Morehead 17 

Vincennes 18 

Morehead 18 

Won 2, Lost 4 



Opposite: Long distance running requires many hours of work out. 
Here. Mervin Lewis begins his daily practice run. 



sophomores, Tom Findley, Jim Seabree, and 
Kirk Davis, and three freshmen, Randy 
Jungkurth, Dan Maloney, and Steve Wool- 
ridge. 

Throughout the season the team was 
plagued with injuries. Eastern was never 
able to enter five healthy runners. 

The high-point came in mid-season at the 
Western Kentucky relays. Each meet saw a 
different number one runner for Eastern, 
but the best effort of the year was put forth 
by Tom Findley, The Harriers ended the 
season seventh in the Ohio Valley Con- 
ference. In the championship race Findley 
placed 19th in a field of 50 runners. 



ATHLETICS/CROSSCOUNTRY 249 




Eels Capture Tenth Straight State Swimming Crown 



Eastern's Eels did it again. They overcame 
all opposition to win their 10th consecutive 
Kentucky Intercollegiate Swimming and 
Diving Championship. Eastern took first in 
14 of 18 events, and first and second in seven 
of these events. The Eels accumulated 722 
points while UK came second with 611 ¥2. 

One swimmer, freshman backstroker 
Tom Javins, qualified to compete in the 
NCAA Championships held in West Point, 
New York. Eastern swimmers also won two 
of three relays and placed second in the 
other. 

The regular dual meet season ended 8-2 
for Eastern. The only losses of the season 
were to Vanderbilt and Indiana State. The 
Vanderbilt loss came early in the season 
and was close, 56-57. However, the loss to 
Indiana State broke into the middle of a 
long string of Eastern wins. Indiana scored 
74 to Eastern's 39. 

The Eels bounced back quickly from the 
Indiana loss to beat a tough team from the 
University of Cincinnati the following 
Friday, recovering their winning streak. 

Top: President Martin pats co-captain John Davenport on the "E" 
as team members look on at the Tennessee Tech halftime when the 
first-place state trophy was presented. Right: Coach Donald G. 
Combs demonstrates the style which has enabled him to coach ten 
consecutive KISC winners. 

250 ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 






Below: Eastern's champion Eels add 1972 to a long and impressive list of past 
victories. Left: Freshman ). B. Hughes listens for his time on the 50 yard 
free-style. Hughes is Eastern's shortest distance swimmer. Above: Officials 
watch as the Eels hit the water. 



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OF 
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KY COLLEGIATE SWIM CHAMPS 

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ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 251 



1972 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

56. . . Vanderbilt 57 

68 . . . Eastern Michigan 45 

72 ... University of Louisville 35 

58 ... University of Kentucky 55 

73. .. Eastern Illinois 40 

74. .. Indiana State 39 

57 ... University of Cincinnati 56 

71 ... Western Kentucky University 38 

69 ... Illinois State University 44 

Won 8, Lost 2 




1972 EELS. FRONT ROW: Don Crawford, Earl Robbins, Wilson 
Meyers, John Davenport, Jim Foff, and Wes Arnold. SECOND 
ROW: Chris Webb, Craig Britton, Gordon Spencer, Ken Walters, 
Greg Hook, Rick Murphy, Ken Klein, and Wally Esser. BACK ROW: 
Bob Webler, Paul Thomas, Link Dorroh, John Whiteside, J. B. 
Hughes, Ron Holihan, Tom Javins, and Bill Stapleton. 




An Eastern Eel emerges victorious in a "touchout" against a Western swimmer. 



252 ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 





Senior diver Ken Wallers concentrates before beginning his forward 
approach. Ken won the slate one-meter championship title qualifying 
for the NCAA championship meet at West Point. Top Right: Assistant 
Coach Dan Lichtv watches one of his divers at an afternoon workout. 



Divers Finish the 
Year With A Sweep 



Uniting with the Eastern swimming Eels 
towards their common goal of victory, 
worked the four diving Eels. Of the four- 
some, half consisted of freshmen, Gordan 
Specner and Greg Hook; the two senior 
members were Bob Sanford and Ken 
Walters, both completing their fourth year 
of competition. 

Through the year the divers competed in 
the dual meets whenever facilities were 
available. Combining the number of 
events from both boards, the Eastern 
divers entered 18 contests emerging 
victorious 13 times, in 8 of the wins taking 
the 1-2 slots. 

At the KISC the divers ran off with the 
top four places on the 1-meter board and 
1-2-3-5 on the 3-meter. Greg Hook, Gordan 
Spencer, and Ken Walters all qualified 
for the NCAA Championships. 



ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 253 





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Top: Howie Roesch receives congratulations from Craig Schleigh 
and other teammates after scoring. Above: Tim Jones adds to the 
winning score over Ohio Northern. Right: Dave Staten tidies up 
after a safe head-first slide into third. 




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254 ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 



Colonels Win Second Place In OVC 



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Starting the season with three straight 
wins and a double-header split, Eastern's 
baseball Colonels had some late season 
trouble on the road. At the OVC playoffs, 
the young team of only three seniors de- 
feated Western in the first half of the di- 
visional play, going on to win the second 
place crown, losing to East Tennessee 12-4. 

Coached by C. T. "Turkey" Hughes, the 
team continued to improve throughout the 
season. Catcher Roger Roberts of Wilming- 
ton, Ohio made All-Conference along with 
right-fielder Larry Kaelin, a newcomer to 
the team. For the 1971 season, Buzz Ashby, 
last year's All-Conference second-baseman, 
was named All-OVC shortstop. 



Left: Eastern pitcher Ernie Pennington sizes up the opposing bat- 
ter. 





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1971 BASEBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: John Foland, Donnie 
Williams, Rav Neumeister. Chris ]ones. Ernie Pennington. Billv 
Wells, and Park Wills. SECOND ROW: Coach "Turkey" Hughes. 
Gary Williams. Howie Roesch. Tim Jones. Craig Schleigh. Charlie 



Bidwell. Buzz Ashby, Dave Staten. Larry Kaelin. and Frostie 
Brown, graduate assistant. BACK ROW: Roger Rokerst. John 
Combs. Dave Theiler, and John Slone. 



ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 255 






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Eastern 

11-4 

11 

0-4 

4-4 

3-6 

7-3 

7-3 

b-10 

5-5 

6 

1-4 

12 

11 

4 

12 



1971 SCOREBOARD 

Opponent 

. Ohio Northern 0-3 

. Louisville 7 

. Tennessee Tech 7-2 

.Morehead 12-10 

. Western 6-3 

. Morehead 8-8 

. Morehead . .3-4 

. Genesee College 7-8 

. Tennessee Tech 6-12 

. East Tennessee 7 

. East Tennessee 0-1 

. Georgetown 4 

. Louisville 7 

. Western 3 

. East Tennessee 4 

Won 14, Lost 10 



Right: Craig Milburn watches his pop fly fall into the shallow in- 
field. Below: Despite his intense effort, Chris [ones' attempt to 
steal home is blocked by the Flint catcher. 








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Left: Anticipating a steal, Tom Morton leads off second base. 
Above: Coach Frostie Brown watches as Dave Theiler successfully 
completes a slide to third base. Below: An unidentified Colonel 
lies prostrate, but safe, at second against Georgetown. 




ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 257 



Eastern's Thinclads 
Hampered By Injuries 



Despite injuries, Eastern's track team 
got off to a good start and kept the pace 
throughout the season. Senior Ken Silvious 
led the pack but was beaten by Western's 
Hector Ortez in the three-mile run when 
Ortez set a new record of 13:48.0 breaking 
Silvious' old mark. At the Florida relays, 
Silvious pulled the fastest collegiate time 
for the steeplechase. 

Another senior, David Stebing proved 
to be the Colonel's field star capturing 
second in the discus with a 148 foot 7Vi inch 
throw and fourth in the shotput in the OVC 
meet. Stebing held four different school 
records including discus, indoor shotput, 
outdoor shotput and hammer throw. 

Ron Seiter, a sophomore from Lexington, 
finished fifth in the pole vault at 14 feet. 



Right: Injuries plague all sports. Here Coach E. G. Plummer tapes 
Charlie Dawson's ankle after a sprain. 




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1971 TRACK COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Ron White. Tom Findley. 
Kirk Davis. Ken Silvious, Gerrv Scaring!. Tom Cahill. Ron Seiter, 
and Dan Watson. BACK ROW:" Don Van Slyke. Niels Fogt, David 



Stebing, Herschel Miller. Mervyn Lewis. Gary Brandon, Charlie 
Dawson. Steve Hurley, and Phil Yancey, manager. 



258 ATHLETICS/TRACK 





Above: Steve Hurley collapses in a field of dandelions after an exhausting meet. 




1971 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

69 ... Baptist College 56 

52 ... Cumberland 83 

70. . .Kentucky State 59 

46 . . . Vincennes 59 

54 . . . Morehead 81 

Won 2, Lost 3 



Left: All eyes are on Ron Seiter as he attempts a vault. 



ATHLETICS/TRACK 259 



Golfers Overcome 
Low-Rating 



Led by Jim Moore, a sophomore from 
Berea, Eastern's golf Colonels had a suc- 
cessful 12-4 season. Although they finished 
sixth in the OVC, the final tabulation was 
just a few strokes off third, showing how 
close the competition was. Eastern's link- 
sters were aided by such players as Jim 
Saunders of Indiana and Tom Scott of Rich- 
mond, Virginia. Roc Irey, a freshman from 
Pennsylvania, finished sixth in the OVC 
individual competition. His score was 220, 
only 8 strokes from the winning 212. 

Coached by Glenn Presnell, the team be- 
gan the season with a few snags, but im- 
proved each match for a winning record. 




Above: |im Saunders, armed with his golf equipment concen- 
trates on the upcoming match. Bottom Left: Billy Price surveys 
his position on the green. Bottom Center: Price lines up and 
(Bottom Right) prepares to execute his putt. 







260 ATHLETICS/GOLF 



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1971 GOLF COLONELS. Tom Scott. Jim Moore, Billy Price, Robert Bauer, Roc Irey, Dave Sorter. Jack Barber, Tim Brown, and Timothy Bland. 



1971 SCOREBOARD 




Eastern 



Opponent 



385. 
385. 
383. 
307. 
397. 
397. 
283. 
283. 
373. 
378. 
378. 
378. 
378. 
378. 
385. 
385. 



.Louisville 400 

. Centre 432 

. Transylvania 403 

. Northwood 318 

. University of Kentucky 392 

. Louisville 419 

. Centre 317 

. Northwood 294 

.Xavier 401 

. Louisville 371 

. Indiana State 383 

. Franklin College 417 

. Indiana State 404 

.Marshall 393 

. Marshall 382 

. Morehead 317 

Won 12, Lost 4 



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Bob Bauer tees off under the watchful eves of a teammate. 



ATHLETICS/GOLF 261 



Young Netters 
Gain Experience 



Fighting a tight schedule, Eastern's tennis 
team battled to an 11-12 mark against some 
of the toughest competition ever. Coach 
Jack Adams relied on the experience of 
Pat Geron and Greg Stephenson. Both play- 
ed excellent matches improving each outing. 
John Bohuslav added extra depth helping 
the netters' team effort while making a fine 
individual showing. 

It was a year of rebuilding with hopes 
for 1972. Fortunately the team was young, 
mostly freshmen and juniors. All members 
will return for the next season. 

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1971 TENNIS COLONELS. Greg Stephenson. John Bohuslav, Chuck Ramirez, Jim Greenup, John Young, Pete Ballard. Pat Geron, Dan Susong. 



262 ATHLETICS/TENNIS 




Left: Reaching skyward, Pal Geron opens a match with a strong 
serve. Below: Senior Greg Stephenson serves against Wisconsin 
State. Bottom: Pete Ballard sets up for a backhand return. 




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1971 SCOREBOARD 




Eastern Opponent 

2 . . . Wake Forest University 7 

1 . . . Wingate College 8 

4 ... Furman University 5 

1 . . . Presbyterian College 8 

6.. .Citadel 3 

4 . . . South Carolina 5 

. . . University of Georgia 9 

5 . . . Cincinnati 4 

5 . . . Cincinnati 4 

. . . Tennessee 9 

2. . . Western 7 

2 ... University of Kentucky 7 

8 . . . Louisville 1 

9 ... Wisconsin State 

2 . . . Tennessee Tech . .7 

5 ... East Tennessee 4 

9 ... Henry Ford College 

6 . . . Austin Peay 3 

6 ... Middle Tennessee 3 

1 . . . Western 8 

7 ... Murray State University 2 

9 . . . Morehead 

4 ... University of Kentucky 5 

Won 11, Lost 12 



ATHLETICS/TENNIS 263 



Eastern Wrestlers Finish 9-3, Post Streak 



The Eastern wrestlers had a good year, 
finishing with a 9-3 record. The season be- 
gan with a loss to Miami University. Eastern 
recovered quickly and with their second 
match began a winning streak which lasted 
until the end of the season. Injuries suffered 
in the match with Anderson contributed to 
Eastern's defeat in their last two matches. 
Marvin Alstott was Eastern's only wrestler 
to finish with a perfect season. Number two 
for the Colonels was Mac Nickson, who was 
not defeated, but who did not have a perfect 
season due to two ties. Chris Reeder, Dick 
Lowenstine, and Randy Randolph also had 
good records which contributed to East- 
ern's success. Bill Froman, whose season 
record was 8-4, was the only Colonel wres- 
tler to qualify for competition in the NCAA 
Eastern Regional Tournament which was 
held in Maryland. 




Chris Reeder attempts a stack. 





Above Left: Randy Randolph, in the referee's position, begins the second period of the match against Anderson. Above Right: Eastern cap- 
tain, Dick Loewenstine, works for an escape. 



264 ATHLETICS/WRESTLING 




1972 
COLONEL WRESTLING SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 



Opponent 



6. 
19. 
36. 
22. 
43. 
23. 
36. 
36. 
40. 
25. 
14. 
19. 



. Miami University 25 

. Marshall University 18 

. Wilberforce University 6 

. Morehead 13 

. Cedarville 3 

. University of Dayton 16 

. Morehead 5 

. Center College 9 

. University of Evansville 6 

. Morehead 15 

. Anderson 27 

. Maryville 24 

Won 9, Lost 3 



Bill Froman, EKU's only NCAA qualifier, takes his man down. 







FRONT ROW: Dick Loewenstine, Bill Froman, Dan Nettle, Stan Whittlesey, Joe Neff, Mac Nickson, Mike Mussman, Nick Barder, Marvin 
Alstott, and Bob Roach. BACK ROW: Coach Richard Achtzehn, Mike Drago, manager, Randy Barnett, Dave Boren. Mike Asher, Gregg Combs. 
Steve Pomeroy, Randy Randolph, Dave Darst. Chris Reeder, Pat Combs, Ken Bostleman, and Loren Williams. 

ATHLETICS/WRESTLING 265 






1972 GYMNASTICS COLONELS. Bill England, Donnie Paulin. Jim 
Epifino. Bob Sanderson, Bob Van Natta, Kim Charleston, and 
Ray [auch, Coach. Top Left: Bob Sanderson experiences a minor 
break while performing a side horse routine. Top Right: Donnie 
Paulin mounts for a floor exercise routine. 



266 ATHLETICS/GYMNASTICS 




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Gymnasts Take First 
State Championship 



Ending the season with an 8-4 record, 
Eastern's gymnastic team, coached by Ray 
Jauch, showed much improvement over last 
year, although the team consisted of fewer 
gymnasts. 

Captain Bill England, best all-round 
gymnast, collected wins in six events as well 
as seven first all-round wins. Senior Donnie 
Paulin was second best on the team. Kim 
Charleston and Bob Sanders helped add to 
Eastern's victory with first place wins in 
their events. First year members Bob Van 
Natta and Jim Epifino gained valuable 
experience and should be able to add much 
to next year's team. 

The Gymnasts crowned their season by 
capturing the Kentucky State Championship. 



Top: Bill England performs a scissor on the side horse. Left: Kim 
Charleston shows concentration before beginning his routine. 

ATHLETICS/GYMNASTICS 267 




Eastern Marksmen 
Elevate Scores 

Eastern's varsity and ROTC 
rifle teams posted improved 
scores over their performances 
of a year ago, raising average sea- 
son scores from 1234 to 1277 and 
from 948 to 982 respectively. 

Both teams finished the season 
with 4-4 dual meet records, all 
against teams among the nation's 
top 20 squads, including the top 
four. 

The season was climaxed with 
the National Rifle Association 
Intercollegiate Sectional Meet. 
The ROTC squad finished first in 
its class with a score of 1019, led 
by Jeff Norwitz's 275 which was 
the meet's high. Glenn Haeber- 
lin's 270 was second among all 
varsity shooters. 

The team was coached by Cap- 
tain Ronald M. Brooke, SFC Carl 
J. Hamblin and advised by Major 
Samuel R. Parris. 




268 ATHLETICS/RIFLE 



Top: Glenn Haeberlin, second semester team captain, fires from the standing po- 
sition in the NRA sectional meet. 




1972 RIFLE TEAM. FROX'T ROW: Captain Ronald Brooke, coach; 
Harry Hensley. Mike Foley, Tina Bentley. and Patty Mains. BACK 
ROW: David MacMillen, Been Trees. Glenn Haeberlin, Tom Boggs, 



Mark Caldwell, John Gryman, and SFC Carl Hamblin, coach. Not 
pictured: Major Samual Parris, adviser, Jeff Morwitz, and )ames 
Marshall. 





Left: Glenn Haeberlin. Tina Bentley. Tom Boggs. SFC Carl Hamblin, Ken Ison and )ohn Fry- 
man check their scores at the National Rifle Association meet. Above: Captain Ronald 
Brooke, right, conducts the official scoring at the NRA meet assisted by a University of Ken- 
tuckv team member. 



ATHLETICS/RIFLE 269 







1971 FIELD HOCKEY SQUAD. FRONT ROW: Susie Sigler and Barb Vittitoe. SECOND ROW: Debra Hensley, Kathy Babington, Janis 
McNulty. Pat Rebold, Michelle Barondick, Cindy Pearce. Cindy McNight, and Lee Patrick. BACK ROW: Coach Javena Young, Marsha 
Sterchi, Karen Schaffer, Dianne Dunlap. Gloria Westerman, Karen Hill, and Sue Feldkamp. 



Girls Win Hockey 
Runnerup Honors 



Eastern's women's field hockey team com- 
piled an 8-1-2 record during the regular sea- 
son and captured second place in the first 
State Field Hockey Tournament in Lexington. 

Included in the list of the hockey team's 
victims were the University of Indiana, 
Transylvania, Berea College, the University 
of Cincinnati, Centre, and the University 
of Louisville. Ties came against Centre and 
the University of Kentucky. 

The lone loss of the season came at the 
hands of UK in the finals of the Kentucky 
State Tournament in Lexington. 



Right: Eastern's goalies Lee Patrick and Debbie "Hokey" Hensley 
practice clears before the start of a game at Gertrude Hood Field. 



270 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY 



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Volleyball Team Wins 
State Championship 

EKU's women's volleyball team captured 
top honors in the state tournament and fin- 
ished the season with a record of 11-5. 
Among the teams defeated by Coach Geri 
Polvino's squad were Bellarmine, More- 
head, Murray, University of Kentucky, and 
University of Louisville. 

Eastern also won its own invitational 
tourney with victories over Murray, Berea 
College, and the University of Tennessee. 



Left: Under the watchful eyes of the official, a Marshall player 
prepares to block the spike of Irene Wyckoff. 




1971 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Claudia Fisher and Susan Hicks. SECOND ROW: Linda Keys. Dusty Chandler. Joyce 
Dettor. Diane Jones, and Connie Urlage. BACK ROW: Judy Nicol, Sheila Ginter, Gayle Gregg. Melody Middleton. Sharon Brown. Kathy Hole. 
Irene Wyckoff. Assistant Coach Nancy Kropp. and Coach Geri Polvino. 

ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 271 




1971 WOMEN'S TENNIS. FRONT ROW: Lois Ausherman, Nancy Hundley, Jenny Sherrod, Vicki Jones, and Jeanne McClure. BACK ROW: 
Barbara Black, Barbara Ricke, Susie Boone, Kathy Eicher, Anne Flynn, and Coach Martha Mullins. 



Women's Tennis Boasts 
2nd Undefeated Season 



For the second consecutive year Eastern's 
women's tennis team finished their season 
unbeaten with an 8-0 mark. Susie Boone, a 
sophomore from New Carlisle, Ohio, led the 
girls in their successful year. Ranked 32nd 
nationally, Miss Boone has not been beaten 
in her two seasons at Eastern. Support was 
furnished by Jean McClure, Kathy Eicher, 
and Barbara Black. The team was young as 
Miss McClure and Miss Eicher were fresh- 
men and Miss Black was a sophomore. 



Right: The first step to a championship team is tryouts. Concentra- 
tion marks the face of Barbara Ricke as she returns a serve. 




272 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S TENNIS 




Women Win 1st Annual 
Basketball Tournament 

Eastern's Women's Basketball team, 
coached by Miss Pauls Welch, finished its 
regular season with a record of 5 wins and 3 
losses, and captured the state championship. 
Six high point players, Sharon Coppock, 
Hockey Hensley, Melody Middleton, Brenda 
Ross, Susie Siegler, and Marsha Sterchi, 
scored the majority of the points during the 
season. 

Eastern acted as host for the first annual 
Inter Collegiate Basketball Tournament for 
Women. With wins over Center, 65-22, and 
Louisville, 86-19, Eastern met Murray in 
the final round of play. A close, 53-50 win 
qualified Eastern's women to go to the 
Region Two play-offs at Appalachian State. 



Left: An Eastern team member attempts to block a Miami Uni- 
versity shot. 




1972 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. Coach Paula Welch. Debbie Hensley. Susie Sigler. Mary Whitehouse. Melody Middleton. Ann Flynne. 
Sharon Coppock. Marsh Sterchi. Barbara Buck, Brenda Ross, and Debbie Hay. manager. 



ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 273 



Women Join In Flag 
Football Competition 

Increased participation marked the year 
for Women's Intramurals, under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Mildred Maupin. In the fall 
semester the girls played tennis, soccer, 
and volleyball. Women's liberation influ- 
enced the addition of a previously all-male 
sport — flag football. The football games 
were a cussecc and were very popular with 
the girls- 
Flag football and tennis were not played 
for winners in terms of trophies. The Jolly 
Volleys won the volleyball trophy for the 
second consecutive year, while the girls of 
OCKY were the winners of the trophy in 
soccer. 



Practice and organization take the time of the girls before the start 
of the game. 








Susan Zoller of Zeta Omicron Theta returns a volley to her opponent, Rhonda Grueninger of Kappa Delta. 



274 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 




Rosemary Barnett, Gail Workman, and Susan Zoller watch anxiously as Sherri Wiseman prepares to return a volley. 



ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S 1NTRAMURALS 275 



Co-ed Recreation 
Offered Friday Nights 



During the second semester the chief sport 
of women's intramurals was basketball. 
Later in the spring the girls competed in 
softball and tennis. Intramural gymnastics 
were also held for the girls on Friday morn- 
ings. 

The women's intramurals department also 
sponsored a Recreation Night each Friday. 
These sessions were coed and were designed 
to offer open recreation. Among the activi- 
ties available to the couples were badmin- 
ton, paddleball, table tennis, shuffleboard, 
and volleyball. 



Right: A member ot the Mag 13 team attempts a shot. Below: Now 
it's her opponent's turn, one of the Case Hall Joy Juicers aims for 
the basket. 





276 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 






Above: Barbara Kok shows the advantage of the hours spent 
in practice as she prepares and executes a handstand Left: 
Debbie Robinson dribbles the ball around her Mag la 
opponent. 



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New Intramural Fields 
Allow More Variety 



The office of men's intramurals offered a 
wide range of activities for the fall semester. 
The program consisted of 22 different sports, 
a rise from the 15 offered in 1970-71. This 
expanded activity led to greater participa- 
tion by the students. 

Four new intramural playing fields were 
opened for use this fall. The fields were 
located behind Brockton Trailer Court. The 
space provided by these fields was one of 
the factors leading to the increased number 
of sports available. 



Right: Brenda Reiter. Jerri Sellers, and Francis Adams cheer their 
favorite team in the Greek division of intramural basketball. 





Above: Swimmers, their teammates, and officials await the signal to begin the backstroke competition. 



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the finish line. Top right: Ken Idle of Delta Upsilon rushes Ron 



Messa of OKNY. as he releases a pass. Above: Anxious ohservers 
cheer their friends as the lug-of-war nears an end. 



ATHLETICS/MEN'S IN'TRAMURALS 279 




IM's Have Champs 
In Two Divisions 

Most of the sports offered during the fall 
semester were divided into Greek and an 
Independent divisions. Greek winners were 
flag football — Delta Upsilon; Cross Coun- 
try — Phi Delta Theta; Tug-of-war — Sigma 
Chi; Swimming — Sigma Chi, and Volley- 
ball — Sigma Chi. 

Winners in the Independent Division in- 
cluded: flag football — OKNY; Cross Coun- 
try — Berry's Bunch, Tug-of-war — PBR; 
Swimming — Country Fish; and Volley- 
ball — Bearcats. 

Among the other activities offered during 
the semester were tennis, paddleball, table 
tennis, and handball. Each of these sports 
held competition in both singles and doubles 
categories. 



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officers carry Larry Hill from the field. Right: Pi Kappa Alpha's 
Tom Morton pulls the ball from the air as a Phi Delta reaches for 
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Two teams begin the long pull that will lead to the tug-of-war championship. 
The strain of maintaining that long pull shows on the face of this Sigma Nu. 




ATHLETICS/MEVS IN.TRAMURALS 281 




Intramural weightlifters strain muscles both bodily and facially 
during their strenuous competition. 



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Basketball Program 
Floors 107 Teams 



Men's intramurals during the sec- 
ond semester consisted mostly of in- 
door games. Among them were bil- 
liards, paddle tennis, weight-lifting, 
wrestling and basketball. 

With 107 teams participating in the 
basketball games, the teams were 
divided into 10 independent and 3 
Greek leagues. Among the top inde- 
pendent teams were the Bearcats, 
String Beans, Berry's Bunch and the 
GDI's. Top among the Greek leagues 
were Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Upsilon 
and Phi Delta Theta. This large num- 
ber of participants represented an 
increase of 21 teams over last year's 
86. 

Thirty-eight men took part in the 
billiards competition with Joe Mom- 
masig emerging as champion. 



Intramural basketball competition attracts crowds of 
spirited players and spectators. 



ATHLETICS/MEN'S INTRAMURALS 283 



Wrestling Champs Crowned In Nine Divisions 



Wrestling was divided into eight weight 
classes and an unlimited class. University 
champions for these divisions were chosen 
in matches between the winners of the 
Greek and independent divisions in each 
class. These champions included: Joe 
Barner — 167 lbs., Edgar Henry — 177 lbs., 
Sam Peters — 191 lbs., and Rich Mason - 
Unlimited. 



Weight lifting was divided into four 
classes. The participants lifted in 3 events; 
the bench press, squats, and dead lift. The 
winners were Steve Jackson with a total of 
765 lbs., Ken Walters — 920 lbs., Dan Meck- 
stuth — 1210 lbs. Barry Voskamp and Dan 
Watson tied with a total of 955 lbs., in their 
weight class. 







Referee Dick Lowenstine watches closely, whistle in mouth, ready to signal if the man achieves a pin. 



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opponents in an attempt to force them off 
balance. 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



Senate Establishes 
Co-op Book Exchange 



The Student Association this year has 
typified the new trend in student activism, 
that of involvement in student government 
and working within the established univer- 
sity system. The Student Association, 
through the Student Senate, this year made 
various successful attempts at improving 
student communication by interpreting 
through action processes and workings of the 
University. 

The Association's efforts triggered several 
changes in University life, including the 
elimination of Rat Court, extension of time 
between classes and class attendance re- 
requirements, now a departmental decision. 

The Student Association worked in 
protecting and better defining student's 
individual rights. Among student services 
added were a drug abuse program, a student 
co-op book exchange, a scholarships pro- 
gram and the establishment of draft coun- 
seling and pregnancy information bureaus. 



Student Association President Chuck Kelhoffer leads discussion 
during a weekly Student Senate meeting. 





FRONT ROW: Jerald Combs. Kathy Sheets, Dave Cunningham, 
Thomas Tarvin. Bryan Kirby, Barry Carnes, Russ Lockridge, Jessie 
Reiss, Chuck Kelhoffer; President. SECOND ROW: Georgene Rid- 
dle, Pamela Cosby, Bevie Baker, Steven Morrow, Larry Fraley, 
Merle Middleton. Ken Batte. Roger Morefield, James Miller. Barry 
Bush, Debbie Higgins. THIRD ROW: Hubert Warfield, Karen 
Peters. Eleanor Gray, Bill Hassey, Charles Robinson. Barbara 
Walker, Janie Roseberrv, Sandra Kidd, Janice Strickland, Kay 
Daugherty, Steve Hurley" FOURTH ROW: Sally Reed, Bill Ramey, 
Ron Mosotti, Dan Shank, Joe Rapp, Bill Sawyer, Betsy Hill, Bill 



Petter, Carolyn Reppert, Sandy Foley, Nancy Gretzinger. FIFTH 
ROW: James Barlowe, Marcia Verville, Joyce Albro. Dan Meck- 
stroth, Don Meade. Tom Chamberlain, Julia Lippy, Randall Han- 
cock, Rebecca Mullins, Mike Larkins. Charlene Collie. SIXTH 
ROW: Carol Roussos, Dieter Carlton, Ed Shock. Paul Lanter, Karen 
Shelton, Rick Noelcke, Barbara Detz, Robert Gray. Burl Strong, 
Kathy Stephens. BACK ROW: Vickie Raderer, Betsy Schmidt, 
James Scott, Rosetta Lucas. Hubert Hagan, Charlie Abner, Dean 
Jyers, Steve Slade, and Jill Holfker. 



288 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Vice President Sharon Crews distributes the previous week's minutes during 
a Senate meeting. Below: Members of the Student Senate openly express 
their feelings on current issues. 




ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT GOVERNMENT 289 



Court, Civil Liberties Work for Student Rights 



In the fall, fifteen students formed the 
Eastern Kentucky Civil Liberties Associ- 
ation to promote discussion and concern 
among Eastern's students about principles of 
the civil liberties and to assist those students 
who report individual violations of their 
own civil liberties. During its first year, the 
club membership grew from fifteen to fifty 
members. 

Members met weekly to discuss and take 
necessary action on student problems 
presented to them. They also provided stu- 
dents with a copy of their rights as citizens 
of the United States and reacquainted them 



with the basic Bill of Rights. Eventually, 
they hope to become affiliated with the 
Kentucky Civil Liberties Union. 

The Student Court, composed of a chief 
justice, associate justice, and nine justices, 
heard cases relating to the constitution and 
by-laws of the student association involving 
infractions of the University regulations in 
areas designated by the President of the 
University. The court's most frequent cases 
were traffic violations concerning parking 
on Eastern's campus. 

Members of the court were appointed by 
the chief justice from the previous year. 




Guest speaker John Rayburn holds an informal discussion during a 
Civil Liberties meeting. 



290 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




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THE STUDENT COURT. Tyler Cox, Donna Lynch. John Begley. Rodger Morris, and Steve Fore. 




Speaker Tom Newdecker talks to Civil Liberties Association 
members on their individual rights. 






ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT ASSOCIATION 291 



Anglicans Stuff Socks 
For Telford Center 

Anglicans, Episcopal College Students, 
established themselves this year as the spir- 
itual guidance group of all Episcopal stu- 
dents at Eastern. Opening the year was a 
welcome-back dinner sponsored by the 
Episcopal faculty and the church. Members 
met weekly throughout the year for a short 
service and dinner. The club enjoyed 
several speakers who exhibited to the stu- 
dents how Christianity can benefit them in 
their daily lives. The Anglicans gave a din- 
ner for the Episcopal faculty at Eastern, 
made Christmas stockings and distributed 
them at the Telford Center, and sponsored 
a dinner at the church for children from the 
center. During the year, the group also made 
a number of visits to sing at various nursing 
homes in the Richmond community. 



Connie Wainwright, JoAnn Hairston and fellow Anglicans fil 
Christmas stockings for underprivileged children. 





FRONT ROW: Debbie Wainwright, Simene Shakib, Connie Wain- 
wright, Jo Ann Hairston. Shirley Jones, Sybil Groen, Shirley 
Anderson. SECOND ROW: Pam Oakley. Kathy Perros, Jamie 



Schacht. BACK ROW: Gary Weldon, George Costas, and Father 
Rov Zieman. 



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FRONT ROW: Brenda Sue Drum, Mary Ann Feather. Judy Reid, 
Phvllis Dunawav. Sara Barnelt, Jackie Dunn, Marcie Marlow, Bar- 
bara Whitehead. SECOND ROW: Deborah Jones, Judy McClana- 
han, Sue Downs, Susan Shrader, Debbie Pritchett. Beth Wiener, 
Elizabeth Warren, Judy Hansford, Debbie Dorsel, Robert Turpin, 
Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Karen Latimer, Sharon Rowlett, Brenda 



Cocanougher, Kathi King. Ronnie Downs, Sharon Sevier, Donna 
McArthur, Cathy Wilson, Joy Willis, Dr. R. M. Mounts. BACK ROW: 
Gary Nelson, Steve Fairty, Walter Mayer. Glenn Gilbert. Arlan 
Ralliff. Charles Coltman, Sam White, Kerry Prather, Dennis 
Cornett, and Joe G. W. Whitaker, campus minister. 



CSF Combines All Denominations in Fellowship 




Christian Student Fellowship is a non- 
denominational organization which pro- 
moted open and active support for the 
spiritual needs of all Eastern students and 
encouraged everyone to help fellowship 
grow and develop on campus. 

Throughout the year they held weekly 
Bihle discussions, presented programs at 
various churches, and heard guest speakers 
who helped direct the members in their 
spiritual leadership. The CSF also sponsored 
special parties on holidays and in December 
the group caroled at nursing homes in the 
Richmond area. 

Goals for the past year included spreading 
the gospel to others, furthering the under- 
standing of the New Testament, and better- 
ing Christian students. 






Glenn Gilbert expresses his views at a weekly CSF Bible discussion. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIPS 293 






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Left: Something differenl to decorate: BSU members gather to fashion 
their pumpkin face for Halloween. Above: Catholic students practice for 
the next week's service at their house on Oak Street where members hold 
Mass, weekly meetings and special interest programs. 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. FRONT ROW: Yvonne Fields, Sher- 
r ill Burton. Sandy Wright, Carolyn Finch, Bonnie Aboud, Norma 
Clemmons. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Baker, Glenda Reese, Tina 
Loeb, Diane Hill, Vicki Morgan, Linda Madden. THIRD ROW: 
Douglas Sjolander; campus minister, Wanda Bogie, Martha Dick, 
Angie Bender, Bettnia Bentley, Libby Ambrose, Vicki Martin, Caro- 
lyn Boggess, Patty Mains, David Price, Gary Palmer. FOURTH 



ROW: Marilyn Plamer, Chrysteen Graziani. Diane Dodd, Kathy 
Alton, Jennifer Hardin, Darvin Sebastian. Greg Reynolds, Jeanne 
Boggess, Patricia Greene, Brenda Wise, Lunn Dowell. BACK ROW: 
Mike James, Mark Caldwell, Scott Neal, Dan Hamilton, Ed 
Dunstall, Mike Vance, Eugene Daniel, Jim Cowan, Garnie Yeager, 
and Monty Carney. 



294 ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 




BSU, Newmans Seek Unity 



In order to help bring a clearer understanding of basic relig- 
ious unity, several joint services of the Baptist Student Union 
and Newman Club were held. Both groups went on retreats 
throughout the year and held Christmas parties for members. 

Besides singing tours in the state, the Baptist Student Union 
participated in both the BSU State Convention and the spring 
leadership training conference for new officers. Members spon- 
sored a float for Homecoming, prepared Thanksgiving food 
baskets for the underprivileged, and collected Christmas toys 
and food for needy families. Each week BSU provided program 
meetings featuring many interesting speakers. During the week 
small groups often met for study or discussion and once a month 
they held a coffeehouse get-together. 

Each Sunday following Mass, the Newman Club served coffee 
and donuts at their clubhouse on Oak Street. Members sold 
student discount cards with the proceeds furthering the support 
of local charities. Each week they held Mass at their house 
followed by a meeting fostering spiritual, intellectual and social 
interest for Eastern Catholic students and friends. During the 
fall and spring members often picnicked at Boonesborough. 




NEWMAN CLUB. FRONT ROW: Connie Engel. Laurie Weinfurt- 
ner, Kathy Martin, Barbara McCord, Ronnie Steilberg, Betty 
Bungenstock, Sue Linnenkohl. Becky Etherington. Velma Tomas- 
setti, Kathy Dusing. and Jessie Reiss. SECOND ROW: John Zinner, 
Carol Anderson, Dorothy Schuler, Kathy Brussell, Peggy Masch- 



meyer, Madonna Hughes, James Brussell, Rick Lisi, Vivian Lank- 
heit, Marietta Knuehl, Gary O'Bryan. BACK ROW: Rich Hannan. 
Steven Agee, Jim Fiely, Jim Miller, Michael Alexander. Tony 
DeCandia. Tony Keller. David Cecil, Bob Niehoff, and David Lane. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 295 



Wesley Foundation 
Holds Folk Sings 

Members of the Wesley Foundation at- 
tempted to show the Christian faith in rela- 
tion to campus life. For activities the WF 
offered a Bible and a book-study session, 
a college worship hour, panels on current 
problems, and a fellowship hour. An even- 
ing meal was served at the center twice-a- 
month, and the Wesley Singers sang in many 
neighboring churches throughout Madison 
County. Aside from the programs at the 
center, several students were involved in the 
tutoring program in the community and 
many worked regularly at the Telford 
Community Center. 

During the year the Foundation sponsored 
recitals by two professional folk-singing 
groups as well as a group from Morehead 
State University, several hayrides, bowling 
parties, and picnics. Three retreats were 
held which provided opportunities for the 
group to get away from the tension of 
campus life spending a few hours in fellow- 
ship, fun, and serious thought. 

Members of the Wesley Foundation often meet at night with their 
campus minister. Gene Strange, to plan their numerous activities. 





FRONT ROW: Gail Garner, James Bell. Tim Reid, Angel Richeson, 
David Stratton. Jill Noble. Danny Stratton, Pam Hicks, Linda 
Swango. SECOND ROW: James Barlow, Sharon Ward, Carolyn 
Harness, Margaret Newsome, Sherry Eker, Jamie Wilham. Linda 
Howksworth, Terry Fagaley, Gini Richards. THIRD ROW: Craig 



Hartje, David Johnson. Ron Davis, Donna Norton, Bill Brown, 
Sherrie Riddle, Mike James, Debbie Jenkins, Connie Lovelace. 
BACK ROW: Mary Glass, Jim Hill, Rob Chesley, Richard Ott. 
Eugene Strangs; minister, Jim Kent, Don Coppersmith, Susann 
Duckett, and David Swango. 



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ADPFs Aid In Muscular Dystrophy Drive 



Alpha Delta Pi sorority participated in 
the Muscular Dystrophy drive with Kappa 
Alpha Order and in the Greek candle sale 
for mental retardation. They continued to 
sponsor their Indian child in Mexico. ADPi's 
held a Christmas party with Sigma Nu at 
the Community Center for underprivileged 
children. 

The ADPi's participated in the Delta Up- 



silon Bicycle Race, the BOG County Fair, 
and Alpha Gamma Delta's Spirit Week and 
Softball Tournament. They won KA's Old 
South Week and placed second in the Beta 
Football Tournament. Once again they 
sponsored their Nearly Wed Game in Feb- 
ruary and their Washboard Band contest 
in the spring. 



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FRONT ROW: Claudia Cruse. Becky Trew, Terry Becker, Katie 
Short, Sandy Foley, Suzanne Holthouser, Sue Clark. Sandra 
Grimes, Linda Gill, Patty Wathen, Lisa Jones, Kay Simon, Gerrye 
Foster. Jody Rice. SECOND ROW: Martha Pryse, Becky Wilson, 
Mary Pam White, Candy Weaver, Darlene Young, Liz LaValley. 
Debbie Doty, Mary Hoffman, Vanessa Campbell, Pat Montgomery, 
Kathy May, Sue Houston, Jo Ellen Wesley, Marta Perry. THIRD 
ROW: Edwina Hatcher. Libby Wilkins. Julia Williams. Diane 
Minor, Kris Gray. Bobbye Weimer, Pam Hobbs. Joyce Forsythe. 
Debbie Grove. Debbie Rainev. Sherrye Foster. Cathv Cox, Lori 
Tungate, Ellen Perry. FOURTH ROW: Pris Thompson. Cindy Gah- 
ris, Jane Schork. Linda Tabb. BACK ROW: Susan Rogers, Vicki 
Powell, Sue Ellen Ouellette, Karen Bloyd. Beth Cocanougher, 
Marcia Morris, and Sue Behrens. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 299 




Alpha Gam's Sponsor Pep Week 



Alpha Gamma Delta sold light bulbs this 
year for their international alturistic project 
with the proceeds going to the Minimal 
Brain Disfunction Fund. 

Activities this year began with a party in 
Lexington. Members sold candles through- 
out Madison County with other Greek or- 
ganizations. They participated in the Beta 
Foobtball Tournament and then played in 
the TKE Basketball Championships. Dur- 
ing November, Alpha Gams sponsored their 
second Pep Week preceding the Tennessee 



Tech game. Alpha Gamma Delta captured 
second place in the BOG County Fair and 
Chi Omega swim meet. The sisters worked 
at the Panhellenic Spook Party for under- 
privileged children and gathered canned 
food for the needy of Richmond with Beta 
ThetaPi. 

Gamma Omicron chapter of the inter- 
national Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity 
placed third in scholarship this year. 
Eastern's chapter was installed October 
28, 1968. 



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FRONT ROW: Sheila Holsclaw, Nancy Gretzinger. Suzanne Hig- 
gins. vice-president; Ann Mackin, Pam Kiddoo. Jamie Moak, Debby 
Curry, Peggy Cox. SECOND ROW: Jan Bedore, Kathy Holeman, 
Liz Bryant, Peggy Harmon, Harry Roth, Pal Hodge. Debbie Nelson, 
Noranne Morningstar. Joanetta Hopkins, Libby Bramlage, Debbie 
Sennet, president: Connie Palsgrove, secretary. THIRD ROW: 
Sara Welch. Cherry DeRonde. treasurer: Ann Burkhead. Susan 
Roberts, Teresa Stiles. Yolanda Farrell, Suzie Burkhart. Vicki 
Jones. BACK ROW: Betty Ann Rice. Marcia Foster. Kaye Deweese. 
Darla Vogelsang, Beth Small, Mary Eversole, Randi Boone, Donna 
Kennedy, )udy Schummer, Wanda Human, [acque Garrison, Sally 
Cox. Vickey Carney. Kathy Stoll. Connie Bauham. Donna Wester, 
and Joyce Turner. 




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Alpha Kappa Alpha Celebrate Founder's Week 



Alpha Kappa Alpha sponsored the annual 
Miss Black Richmond Pageant in December. 
The competition was open to high school 
girls who displayed beauty and poise. In 
January, the sorority celebrated Founder's 
Week in honor of their national founders. 
The sisters sponsored a Bid Whiz Tourna- 
ment in the spring. Their major civic ser- 



vice was tutoring within the Richmond 
community. 

The Zeta Nu chapter of Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha received their national charter on April 
26, 1971. The fourteen charter members were 
proud to receive the Scholastic Cup for the 
spring semester of 1971. 



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Marsha Huguley. Sharron Ferman. La Sandra Ridley, Patricia Hill, 
Julia Huguely. Lenise Bell. Donna Black, Toni Chambers. Teresa 
Searcy. Gayle Lyttle. and Ruth Meadows. 



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Chi O's Win Spirit Trophies 



Chi Omega's displayed energy and enthu- 
siasm as they won spirit trophies in KA's 
Old South Week and BOG County Fair. They 
also celebrated their third annual Happy 
Day in November by passing out balloons on 
campus. In December, Chi O's once again 
sponsored Yuletide Week. 

The sisters shared a civic project with 



Pikes in November at Wilgreen Lake. 
Throughout the year, Chi O's worked at the 
Telford Community Center and tutored in 
Growth. They won the Beta Football Tourna- 
ment, Sigma Nu Powder Puff Game, and 
the Theta Chi Volleyball Tournament. The 
annual Chi O's swim meet was the last ac- 
tivity for the spring. 



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FRONT ROW: Roxanne Heekin, Vice President, Susie Womack. 
Laura Knight, Barb Kinberger, Mary June Brunker. Jo Ann Har- 
riston, Patti Cleaver, Valerie Crass, and Sandi Simpson. SECOND 
ROW: Terri Webb. Karrol Guy. Tari Loader, Susie Eldridge. Trea- 
surer, Judy McGuire, Jackie Epley, Pat Rebold, Cindy Baltzley, and 
Paula McCann. THIRD ROW: Diana Scott, Krista Kay Williams. 
Cathie Dakel. President, Brenda Clark. Anne Furr. Pledge Trainer. 
Diana Martin, Kay Daugherty, Bonnie Gray, Leslie Davis. Janie 
Gauch, Vickie Rice. Jerri Sellars, Connie Black, Jane Bangs, Mar- 
sha Sterchi, Carol Schwenke, Rhonda Hall. Vicki Shumard, and 
Kathie Kandle. BACK ROW: Connie Tyrrell, Personnel Chairman, 
Mariann Bundy, Patsy Gross, Ellen Glassford, Susan Palmer. Deb- 
bie Pearson. Johnetta Geohagen. Mary Huber, Angela Kern. Karen 
Bailey, Frances Adams, Sally Jeffers. Judy Hamilton. Patti Erwin. 
Judy Noe. Jean Hempfling, Barb Schieman, Patti Fischer. Sue Ber- 
trand. Barbara Buck, Brenda Reiter. Jan Strickland, Gayle Grant, 
Secretary, and Debbie Hensley. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 305 




FRONT ROW: Barbara McWhorter, Brenda Washington, Pamela 
Hawkins, Evelyn Cole, Karen Hunter, president; Lenetta Lacaden, 
vice-president; Elaine Mack, Sharon Fields, secretary; Sarah 
Weathers, Annbruce King, treasurer; and Janet Holley. 




306 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




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Delta Sig's Exert Special Community Drive 



To start the school year, the sisters of Delta 
Sigma Theta hostessed a tea for the fresh- 
men girls. Also, the Delta Sig's sponsored an 
annual "Hobo Dance" and a Homecoming 
Dance featuring the "Temprees". 

The sisters participated in a special com- 
munity project called thp "Sickle Cell Ane- 



mia Drive" where they collected funds to 
help further this project. Along with this 
project, the sisters of Delta Sigma Theta 
annually constructed and filled several 
Christmas baskets to be distributed through- 
out the community. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 307 




FRONT ROW: Mary Stevens, Patty Calico, Recording Secretary; 
Barb Bracken, Daryl Poynter, President; Paula Wallace, Sue Otto, 
Punky Gray, Judy Casey, Jan Prewitt, Jackie Thompson, Jackie 
Burleson, Claudia Taylor, Sara Griesch, Donna Frasher. Karen 
Kranz, Vikki Sweny, Nancy Ackerman. SECOND ROW: Debbie 
Ridenour, Jayne Marlowe, Shari Simpson, Barb Stephens, Debby 
Hricko, Diane Hahlen, Karen Surface, Connie Reeves, Jan Panayo- 
toff, Karen Peters, Nancy Burch, Kathy Dunsil. THIRD ROW: Deb- 



bie Gerry Philp, Corresponding Secretary; Debbie Wainscott, Carol 
Moore, Vice President; Linda Fitzer, Margie Moeves, Debbie 
Bathiany, Debbie Hartman, Carol Smith, Barb Gibson, Marilyn 
Sorrels, Sharon Hensley. Pam Goble, Pam Judd, Connie Freking, 
Nancy Spenser, Marty Jo Payton. BACK ROW: Claudia Roberts, 
Debbie McKinney, Donna Holland, Steffanie Kwozolla, Donna 
McGinnis, Brenda Craft, Debi Hurst, Pat Bennett, Treasurer; Joan 
Redding, Peggy Mathes, and Gigi Bradford. 



308 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





Local Goes 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Kappa Phi Delta was formally pledged as 
Delta Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha 
Theta in November 1971 and was formally 
installed in the spring of 1972. 

Kappa Alpha Theta held their second an- 
nual Dance Marathon in November in which 
Greek-sponsored couples competed for a 
$100 prize. Thetas also held several dances 
for student entertainment. 

Kappa Alpha Theta held a Christmas party 
for underprivileged Richmond children, an 
Easter party at the Shriner's Hospital in 
Lexington, and a clothing drive for needy 
families in Madison County. Thetas again 
sent Christmas packages to the First In- 
fantry Division in Viet Nam. The sisters also 
supplied milk for the Telford Community 
Center for the entire year. 



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KD's Initiate Smile Week 



The sisters of Kappa Delta sorority held 
their annual Dating Game in the fall and 
initiated their first annual Smile Week dur- 
ing the spring semester. They participated 
in the DU Bike Race, BOG County Fair, Beta 
Theta Pi Football Tournament, and other 



Greek activities. KD's contributed to the 
Crippled Children's Hospital in Richmond, 
Virginia. During the Christmas season, the 
sisters sold Christmas seals and participated 
in the all-Greek candle sale. 



310 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Toni Lewis. Dianna Coleman. Natalie Rodriguez. Sue Rodman Vicki Jensen. 
Sherrv Parsons. Becky Ricketts. Sylvia Moreno. SECOND ROW D.ane Haw j s , ^ e ship 
man. Linda Bertram. Kay Hammonds. Vicki Neal, Sharvn Paps.. Kafty Ben on ' Olive Fa 
cone THIRD ROW: Tish Kellv. Lea Boggio. Patty Dempko. Connie Haney. Lynn Ross jiU 
Hoefk™ Bobbie Schum. FOURTH ROW: Faith Scott. Jill Whicker, Carol, HirUinger^ Pan, 
Simcoe. MarvAnn Mossbarger. MaryAnn Hamilton. Linda Hera. . Edna Prewit t. R h Hayes, 
Barb McNab'b. Debbie Wade. FIFTH ROW: Brownie Stout. Vicki McDonald. Cathy Price 
Debbie Manion. Ginny Hillman. leanine Schwettman Sue Taglauer Diane Donohue Pat 
Meade. Ronda Grue.zinger. Judy Ehrenberg Patty Myer. Dana So^A«°W^ 
Turley. Marsha Partusch. Karen Jacobs, Carol Isaacs. Alice Moore. Marc.a Reintz. and Na 
dine Brewer. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 311 




BOG Sponsor Telford Basketball Team 



Beta Omicron Gamma held its annual 
County Fair in the fall, open to both Greeks 
and independents. Fair activities included 
game booths, races, a spirit parade, and a 
dance; trophies were presented to all event 
winners. 

Service projects included Halloween, 



Christmas, and Easter parties, and the spon- 
soring of a boy's basketball team at the Tel- 
ford Community Center. Participation in in- 
tramural athletics and fraternity tourna- 
ments brought the Boggers eight first place 
trophies including the Softball championship 
for the second consecutive year. 



312 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FIRST ROW: Karen Moss. Sweetheart, Steve Johnson, Butch Dem- 
row, secretary. John Roberts, and Brian Koger. SECOND ROW: 
Charles Edwards, Steve Vanover, Arnold Phillips, first vice presi- 
dent. Bill Purdon. Jim Shoup, and Ed Reasor. THIRD ROW: Steve 
Lentz, Rick Blakenship, Steve Harbin, Glenn Jackson, Tom Blevins, 
Mike Woods. Denny Mullins, Keith M. Perry, Steve Fore. Mike 
Hughes, treasurer, Eddie Engle, George Costas, and Paul Sagarese. 
FOURTH ROW: Danny Masden, Darrell Hurd, Robert Moore, Art 
Smith, Bill Bertram. Scott Whitson, and Guy Hatfield, president. 
BACK ROW: Art Fields, Mike Klopfer, Robbie Pendygraft. second 
vice president. Mark Geisen. Charles Meade. Blaine Kelley. Mike 
Schillings, Dave Runyon. and Joe Rapp. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 313 




Beta's Hold Sing-Out 

Beta Theta Pi sponsored a sorority and 
fraternity football tournament in October 
and a basketball tournament between sur- 
rounding Beta Chapters in February. Betas 
also held "Sing-Out", a song contest in- 
volving campus Greeks in the spring. The 
pledges gave their annual Halloween Party 
for the Shriners Children's Hospital in Lex- 
ington. Major social activities included a 
Homecoming Dance, Christmas Party, and a 
Spring Formal. 

In August, 1970 Delta Zi Colony of Beta 
Theta Pi was established on Eastern's cam- 
pus. The chapter received a charter in 
August, 1971 and was formally installed on 
November 7, 1971. Installation was followed 
by a banquet with campus leaders and ad- 
ministrative officials as guests. 



FRONT ROW: )ohn Bader. Buck Denney. Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Mike Turner, Treasurer; Allen Davis, Danny Legel. Brenda 
Reiter, Sweetheart; Bill Wethington. SECOND ROW: Paul Lanier. 
President; Tom Smith, ]errv Webb, Recording Secretary; Don Har- 
vey. Bill Helm. Pete Trzop. Steve Macke. THIRD ROW: Gary 
Combs, Bobbv Green, Norm Gerlack. Harry Roth, Dennis Doggelt. 
Vice President; Tom Blair, Mike Osborne. FOURTH ROW: Gerry 
May, Jim Tackett. John Lanier, Tom Norton. Gary May. Tim Bland. 
FIFTH ROW: Rich Gibson. Jim Watkins. Rick Spencer. Bill Peter- 
son, Rod Gaines. BACK ROW: Phil Trzop. Mike Conway. Line Cor- 
nette. and Don Elliot. 



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DU's Sponsor Girls' Softball, Basketball 



Delta Upsilon fraternity held its third 
annual Bike Race this fall for all students 
wishing to participate. The DU's also spon- 
sored girls' softball and basketball tourna- 
ments. A Halloween party was given for 
children from Telford Community Center. 
In late fall, the DU's traveled to a correction 
institution where the brothers participated 
in a football and basketball game with the 
inmates. 



Social highlights were a spring formal held 
in Cincinnati on the river boat Jubilee, an 
annual "High School Harry" party, a Home- 
coming party, and a Christmas party and 
dance. 

DU's took first in all-campus football, also 
winning the Beta Theta Pi Football Tourna- 
ment. The DU six-man bike marathon team 
took first place in the Bike Race. 



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FRONT ROW: Pat Masters. Jim Mackenzie, Steve Fritsch. Frank 
Halloway, Jeff Mitchell, Roger Shomaker. Bernie Idle, Larry Wyatt, 
and Terry Wyatt. SECOND ROW: Dave Boklern, Mike Klein. Rob- 
ert Collins, Robert Good, Ken Palmer, Tom Minnich, Pryor Phil- 
lips, Jim Fells. Gerry Scaring. Dan Smith, Bill Elam. [ay Vedelli, 
Cathy Covelle. Sweetheart, John Coyle, Steve Kirk, Bob Hambly, 
Jim Wise, and Ed Shock. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 317 




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KA's Help People Of Appalachia 



Brothers of Kappa Alpha Order were ex- 
tremely active this year. Besides the many 
mixers and annual parties, the fraternity 
made frequent trips into the mountains in 
connection with its national Christian Ap- 
palachian Project, a non-profit organization 
dedicated to helping the people of the Ap- 
palachian area. 

KA's played in all intramural events as 
well as participating in Homecoming activi- 
ties, the Dance Marathon, the Goldfish Eat- 
ing Contest, candle sale, and all other Greek 
events. They sponsored their annual Egg- 



Eating Contest and Old South Olympics 
the week preceding Old South Week. 

For the first year, the brothers chose 
"Daughters of the Crimson Cross." With 
these "Little Sisters", the fraternity held 
many picnics, a hayride, a Christmas party, 
and other activities. 

Kappa Alpha's expanded membership this 
year over last year's number. Each member 
upheld the Southern tradition of the 
Order — to build good fraternity brothers, 
to promote brotherhood, and to build good 
college men. 



318 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




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FRONT ROW: Ron Clark, Allen Powell, Larry England, Buck Kid- 
well, Jim Barnett, Rich Stover, Bob Sullivan. Mike Sherrard, Randy 
Grime, Mike Cain, Don Wells, John Barnett. SECOND ROW: Doug 
Durrett, Andy Draut, Jeff Settles, Ed Miller, Mike Wilson, Barry 
Stoess, Mike Kearns. Johnetta Geohagan, KA Rose: Bobby Thomp- 
son, Dickey Potts. BACK ROW: Steve Whitaker, Barry Pennington, 
Steven Aker, Rich Wheeler, Lee Martin, Mark Wilson, Barry Jett, 
Bob VanArsdall, David Haydon, Gene Fuqua, Greg Cutlip, Jerry 
Kallop, Mike Buis, Bob Durrett, Mike Mcintosh, David Wilson. 
Steven Barnhart, David Ethridge, Greg Warren, and Gary Taylor. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 319 




Kappa's Hold 'Hot Pants' Dance 



Kappa Psi Alpha, in only its second year 
on Eastern's campus was extremely active. 
Kappas sponsored a "Hot Pants" dance, 
"Dog Jam", dance at the Mule Barn, 
"Scroller" Dance, mixers and smokers for 
campus entertainment. KSA participated 
in fraternity-sponsored tournaments, all 
intramural sports, BOG County Fair, and 
the Photography Club. Kappas spent many 
week-ends on surrounding campuses visiting 
and participating in events sponsored by 
other national chapters. 



Service projects included participation 
in National Guide Right Program for inter- 
city children. Inter-Fraternity Council Can- 
dle Sale and Richmond political projects. 
KSA was active in the Black Student Union. 
Kappas visited Richmond churches twice a 
month and went Christmas Caroling in the 
community. For Thanksgiving they bought 
canned goods and a turkey for a Richmond 
family. Kappa's were proud of their sweet- 
heart Miss Lauretta Harris, who was 
crowned Miss Black Richmond. 



320 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Michael Horton. Ronald Shelton, Harold Houston, John Payne. 
Gary Peake, Reed Kimbrough. Jesse Reed. Sylvester Brown, and 
Mervyn Lewis. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 321 




Phi Delt's Introduce Rose Presentation 



Members of Phi Delta Theta began the 
fall semester by introducing their firsf'Rose 
Presentation" in which the brothers pre- 
sented roses to the pledges of each sorority. 
Moving into the Christmas season the 
brothers joined Chi Omega sorority to give 
a party for the underprivileged children 
of Richmond in conjunction with Telford 
Community Center. The Phi Delta Santa 
again this year promoted Christmas spirit 
by distributing candy canes on the library 



steps and caroling. 

Among other projects during the year the 
Phi's initiated a get-together of all the chap- 
ters of Phi Delta Theta in Kentucky. During 
early spring the brothers held a spring outing 
for the underprivileged children of the Rich- 
mond area. Spring activity was highlighted 
by the annual Softball Tournament in which 
fraternities vie against each other for top 
honors and a trophy. 



322 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Mike Deeb, Jack McCulley, Jim Dennis, Jim Malhis, 
Bob Tucker. Steve Roberts. Pat Geron. Bill Covington, and Tom 
Marrow. SECOND ROW: Ken Walters, P.D. Ballard. Phil Trass. 
Jim Haley. Steve Whitehouse. and Dave Staten. THIRD ROW: Tom 
Kellis, Rick Molohon. Ed Wade. Sam Gano, Rick Neltner. Pete 
Reed. Larry Walters. Tom Tidwell. Jim Greenup, and Dave Bur- 
dine. FOURTH ROW: Bob Kelly. Kip Cameron. Marshall Garrett. 
Terry Johnson. Kevin Miles, Ed Carnvale. Rick Johnston. Dave 
Frye, Bob Cairns. Bob Fricker. Mark Miller, and Neal Huvsman. 
BACK ROW: Larry Kaelin. Joe Akin. John Folard. Bill Dwelley. 
Dick Straten. and Rav Powell. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 323 





FRONT ROW: John Meak, Mike Lanferseik, Donnie Watls, Ray Sparnon, Vice-President, 
Greg Rairden, Treasurer, Wayne Crabtree, Secretary, Russ Lockridge, President, Kathy 
Dakel, Dream Girl, Dan Dickey, Dave Combs, and Ken Ritter. SECOND ROW: Jerry Morter, 
George Lanning. John Boring, John Thalman. John Cramer, Jim Mynhier, Walt Mvnhier, Joe 
Sternburg, Dave Theiler, Craig Palmer, and Blackie Gamble. THIRD ROW: Bill Hughes, Tom 
Morton. Gene Reynolds, Rick Ruh, Mike Niemeyer, Dube Hughes, Bob Mauney, Bob Ekle, 
Clayton Burres. Gary Fanning, and Steve Weyrich. FOURTH ROW: Phil McAfee, Bengy 
Kinman, Paul McKee. Dan Kaylor, Keith Carroll, Pat Combs, and Andy Dobbs. FIFTH ROW: 
Rudy Kays, Marion Mattingly, Roc Irey, Mark DeToma. Rodger Green, and Jim Craig. 



324 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 







Pike's Purchase 1939 Firetruck 



Eastern's Pikes purchased a 1939 Ford fire 
truck this year. The fire truck stands as a 
national symbol, representing dependa- 
bility. It proved a useful means of promoting 
spirit and pride. 

The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha awarded 
its Most Valuable Player trophy to Eddie 
Huffman at the Homecoming game. They 
also sponsored their Goldfish Eating Con- 



test in October, Pie Eating Contest in 
February, and Greek Bowling Tournament 
in the spring. The Pikes held a Christmas 
party for underprivileged children. In 
November, they performed a civic project 
at Wilgreen Lake with Chi Omega. 

Social activities for the year included 
their Dream Girl Ball, Parent's Day Banquet 
and the Hell's Angels Party. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 325 




Sigma Chi Wins 
Volleyball Tourney 



Brothers of Sigma Chi participated in 
various service projects this year. They 
co-sponsored an East Pakistan Refugee 
Drive with the Kappa Delta Sorority, 
they also contributed to the Wallace 
Village Fund, which is their national 
service project, and in cooperation with 
the Inter-Fraternity Council, they par- 
ticipated in the all-Greek Candle sale. 

Athletically, Sigma Chi won its fifth 
straight fraternity title in swimming, 
along with another first place title in 
volleyball. They also won the Theta Chi 
volleyball tournament, winding up the 
season undefeated. The Sigs also won 
the tug-of-war contest and claimed the 
campus title. They participated in and 
won the BOG County Fair. 

In the spring semester, the Sigs 
planned their second Sigma Chi Derby 
and more service projects. 




326 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 







FRONT ROW: Jim Dingus. Gordon Jett. Charlie Frazee. and Bev- 
erly Disney. SECOND ROW: Dave Kiefer. Jim Maher. Bob Wagner. 
Tom Campbell, Jim Epifano. Bart Brown, Russ Marksberry. Frank 
Niemeyer. Larry Dado, Mike Grugin, Kim Charleston, and Edgar 



Henrv. THIRD ROW: Mike Hensley. Jim Meadors, Guy Botls. Bob 
Jasper, Bob Babbage, and Phil Hines. BACK ROW: Rick Bryant. 
Robbie Click. Les Rice. Denver Baker, and Kirk Kandle. 



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FRONT ROW: Larry Cleveland, David Conrad, Raymond Carr, Uthe, David Fogt, Jim Bisig, Eddy Eaton, Larry Conyers, Jim Law- 
Dennis Smith, and Darrell Richardson. SECOND ROW: Kenny son. Gary Shields, David Sutherland, Jeff Young. Charlie Griffin, 
Williams, Ron Atkins, Jo Ellen Wesley, Sweetheart, Jerry Schoen- Danny Harrell, Bart Twyman. Rick Drake, Arnie Witt, Charles Os- 
leber, Tyler Cox, Doug Coontz. and Jim Smith. BACK ROW: Jim borne. Dan Shank, Delbert Weber, Bob Reed, and Mike Roe. 



328 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





Sigma Nu's Sponsor 
Powder Puff Game 



Sigma Nu again sponsored the Powder 
Puff Football game, this year between Kappa 
Delta Tau and Chi Omega. Sigma Nu's held 
the annual Ugly Man Contest for costumed 
males entered by fraternities and sororities. 
Trophies were awarded to the winners. To 
promote spirit, each brother of Sigma Nu 
bicycled five miles, carrying the football 
for the Morehead game. The ball was pre- 
sented to Coach Kidd at Morehead Univer- 
sity. Sigma Nu also participated in the an- 
nual Hanging of the Greens at Christmas. 

Civic service projects included a Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged Richmond 
children, a canned food drive, and aid in the 
Richmond Jaycee's Honey Day. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 329 





FRONT ROW: Paul Adamo, John Scarborough, Dave Cunningham, 
Jim Albright, Dale Shuping, Arthur Cassill, Kenneth Wright, Kenneth 
Steggeman, Mark Smith, John Hall, Ishmael Purcell. Bob McCoon. 
SECOND ROW: Rick Haggard, Ronald Seiter, Anthony Newsome, 
Rex Dunn, President; Galib Kawaja, Rice Lear. BACK ROW: Mark 
Fleming, Thomas Ramey, Vice President; Samuel Hill, Ray Spenilla, 
Richard Stout, Daryl Poynter, Sweetheart; David Lloyd, Steven Gold, 
Secretary; Hollis Searcy, James Buehner, Martin Barsotti, Tom Scott, 
Terry Sullivan, and Randy Randolf. 



330 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




TKE's Publish Guide To Freshmen Women 



Tau Kappa Epsilon again proved helpful 
with their many public service projects. 
They held their fraternity basketball tourna- 
ment, sponsored free movies during orienta- 
tion, Christmas, and Easter, and made and 
sold candles for their annual Christmas 
project. 

TKE's published their first issue of the 
Guide to Freshmen Women, and held their 



second annual Amateur Photography Con- 
test, judged by the Couier-Journal photog- 
raphy staff. Fraternities and sororities 
competed in the third annual Academic 
Bowl for a $100 scholarship. TKE's also par- 
ticipated in all Greek activities and held 
many social events, some with the TKE's 
of UK. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 331 




Theta Chi Initiate Volleyball Tournament 



Theta Chi fraternity initiated its first Vol- 
leyball Tournament this year for all Greeks. 
They also held their second annual Golf 
Tournament in the spring. The brothers 
of Theta Chi participated in intramurals and 
Greek sponsored activities. 

In the line of social activities, Theta Chi 



sponsored a dance and an Aquatic Club 
Party in September, a Grape 'n Grain Party 
and a Homecoming Party in October, and a 
dance with the Exiles in November. The 
brothers also held their Christmas party and 
ended the year with the spring formal. 



332 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Link Dorroh, Jim Moore, Treasurer; Robert Iglehart, President; 
Laura Knight. Dream Girl; Wayne Bailey, Vice President; John Warrington, 
Secretary; Tom Chaney. SECOND ROW: Bruce Copley, Lonnie Williamson, 
Paul Wilson, Greg Brunsman, Sam Mosley, James Freeman, Robert Kutchback, 
Mike Welch, Mark Cowman. THIRD ROW: Tim Coen. Gary Laubenthal. Pat 
Martin, Ed Von Grueigen, Les Grigsby, Pete Oliveri, Dave Gundy. FOURTH 
ROW: Rich Donoghue. Steve Raabe. Macy Willis, Mark Relken. Wilson Myers. 
Jeff Creed. Phil Hicks. Terry Trimble. Mark Fisher. BACK ROW: Jerome Sims. 
Larry Heinzelman, Joe Knight, Len Holland, Greg Woodward, Hub Moore, John 
Doggendorf. Ralph Taylor. Chris Campbell. Jerry Paul. Bill Allen, and Durwood 
Russel. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 333 




Omegas' Hold Parties For Richmond Children 



Working along with their "Omega Pearls," 
the brothers of Omega Psi Phi helped the 
children of downtown Richmond. They gave 
a Halloween party and a Christmas party 
as well as the annual Easter Egg Hunt for 
those underprivileged children. 

Omegas participated in all Greek activities 
as intramurals, Homecoming, BOG County 
Fair, Christmas sing, and others. Social high- 
light of the year was their third annual pre- 

334 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



Homecoming Dance held at the Richmond 
National Guard Armory on October 22. 

Due to graduation, the fraternity was 
small in September but added new members 
each rush. Their purpose is "racial uplift 
through culture achievement and inspira- 
tion." Each potential member must display 
the qualities of manhood, scholarship, per- 
severance, and uplift. 




FRONT ROW: Anna Connor, Joan Ray, Gayle Lyttle (Queen). 
BACK ROW: Andrew Rice, Phillip Brown, Rodney Dunn, Charlie 
London, James Ballew, Mike Mason, Russell Behanan, George 
Rice, Larry Connor, William Rogers, Charlie Marshall. 




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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 335 



Rush Thresholds Busy 
Greek Activity Year 

Greek activities began with a sudden jolt 
this year as rush was practically a calendar 
opener. In the fall upperclassmen and fresh- 
men with at least twelve hours entered the 
decision-making weeks of open rush. Soror- 
ities and fraternities began the frenzied 
havoc of planning parties. All pledges-to-be 
found it a time of puzzlement, socializing 
and friendships. In the crowded rooms 
rushees came upon extended hands and 
laughing faces. Many were attracted by the 
involvement of the Greek system; others 
discovered it not for them. 





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Top: Many of the fall and spring rush functions are held in the date lorrnges and recreation rooms of the 
dorms — this ope in McGregor was given by Phi Delta Theta. Harry Pratts, president, tells a potential rushee 
about the activities pictured in the fraternity's scrapbook. Above: Brothers of Kappa Alpha held this smoker 
in Dupree rec room. "Rush helper" Krista Williams talks to active Mike Wilson as Hank England and Doug 
Durrett discuss KA with rushees. 



336 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Debbie Wainscott of Kappa Alpha Theta shows rushee her soror- 
ity's memory book of their days as the local Kappa Phi Delta during 
an open house on the floor in Walters. 



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Spring Rush Attracts 
Interested Freshmen 




Alpha Gamma Delta active Connie Palsgrove explains the excite- 
ment of winning many special events in the BOG County Fair. 



Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha began this years rush activities 
with a get together on Telford's terrace while the weather was 
still in the eighties. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 337 





DU's, KAG's Win DU "Grand Prix Bike Race" 



One of the main fall events was the 
Delta Upsilon Bike Race held Septem- 
ber 25. Each campus organization had 
received a rules and regulations list 
prior to the day and had gathered 
their fastest, fittest members. Men's 
and women's marathon teams con- 
sisted of six riders, the Girl's Trike 
Race called for four pedalers going 
a quarter mile. Other events were 
the three-fourths mile speed race, 
one-mile faculty race and queen 
crowning at a trophy presentation 
dance that evening. DU's won the 
men's marathon and their Dave Bokel- 
man took the speed race to capture 
the Mens Division. KAQ sped to win 
both the marathon and trike events 
while active Donna McGinnis was 
crowned queen. BOG sponsored the 
winners of the faculty race. 

All bicycles had to meet these quali- 
fications: 26 inch standard, no gears, 
18 teeth on the rear sprocket and 46 
forward. Even the tricycles had rules: 
front wheel no larger than 20 inches, 
and no motors or chains. 




Larry Walters of Phi Delta Theta heads up the lonely home stretch to- 
wards the finish of his tenth lap. 



338 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 






Far Left: Paul Adamo begins the opening lap of the three hour 
men's marathon race for Tau Kappa Epsilon. Center: Brothers of 
TKE watch in anticipation of the "patented" TKE exchange as Paul 
is swooped off his bike and the second member readies to catch the 
traveling cycle. Above: Before Paul even reaches the ground his 
teammate will catch the moving bicycle and be off on another lap. 
Below: Pi Kappa Alpha rider Greg Rairden concentrated on his last 
lap after three hours of the marathon. Left: Theta Chi Dream-girl 
Laura Knight speeds on as the fraternity's president Bob Igleharl 
congratulates "OX-Mate" Barb Buck on her fast lap in the women's 
one-hour marathon. 




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DU'sTip Betas 
In Sudden Death 



During the weekend of October 
15th, in the Beta Theta Pi football 
tournament, Delta Upsilon tied with 
Betas in final round play with a score 
of 16-16. Following the intramural 
flag football rules, it was a sudden 
death play off. Each team took four 
carries, the one that penetrated into 
the opponent's zone furthest won. 
DU slipped past the Beta defensive 
to score on their last attempt. 

Beta quarterback Tom Smith took 
Most Valuable Offense honors and 
DU Ken Idle was the Most Valuable 
Defensive player of the weekend. 




Top Left: PiKA member Greg Rairden is taken to Patti A. Clay hospital for 
treatment after a fall during semi-final play. Above: Phi Delt Phil Trass at- 
tempts to block a Sigma Nu pass. Top: DU John Coyle assists Pat Masters 
in his downfield run. 



340 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



ADPi Versus Chi Omega In Finals Play 




As the weekend of play wore on the girls 
tired, for the not-so-sports-minded females 
it was really an experience. They played the 
same rules as the men following Eastern's 
intramural flag football rules. In Saturday 
semi-final play Chi Omega defeated Kappa 
Delta and Alpha Delta Pi topped Kappa 
Alpha Theta to qualify for the Sunday 
championship. Chi Omega emerged vic- 
torious and two members of the team took 
honors: Marsha Sterchi, Most Valuable De- 
fensive player and Debbie "Hokey" Hens- 
ley, Most Valuable Offensive. 



Top: Hokey, Most Valuable Offensive Player of the tournament 
holds the first place prize as her Chi Omega sisters cheer. Above: 
Marsha, best in defensive, takes the ball down field. Left: Sandra 
Grimes and Karen Bloyd. ADPi, run from opponents maintaining 
team possession of the ball. 




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Independents And Greeks Join In Tug-O-War 




Keith Carrol cheers as PiKA defeats Phi Delta Theta to enter the 
fraternity finals. Right: The chart tells the story of Sigma Chi over 
PiKA and then on to defeat PBR for campus championship. Below: 
Sigma Nus, led by Bart Twyman, give every effort in their pull 
against KA. 







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KA "Cool Hand Luke" 
Egg Eating Won By 2X 



Greeks and independents alike jammed 
Dupree rec room this year for the yearly 
egg-eat. One by one the contestants dropped 
out after gulping down over a dozen of the 
hard boiled blobs. The eat-off was between 
defending champ Phi Delt Ken Thomas and 
the new champion Kirk Kandle of Sigma Chi. 



Top Left: Ken Thomas and KA Lee Martin jam eggs in as fast as 
possible while looking at the first place prize. Top: Tom Morton 
tries to decide if it's all worth one more. Left: Winner Kirk Kandle 
stuffs down the final of over two dozen eggs. 



ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS 343 





Whopper King, Queen 
Polish Off Twelve 




Top Left: Vicki polishes off her third while Chi Omega Kay Daugherty 
just can not take that last bite. Top: PiKA Gary Fanning and KD Vicki 
Jensen decide if they should try another Whopper. Above: Whopper 
King and Queen 1971. Doc Barsotti and Vicki Jensen. Vicki finished off 
five and three quarters while Doc won with six and a bite. 



344 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



Sororities Join In Ravine For Sing 



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AKA, ChiO, and KA0 members are led by KD Faith Scott on "Keep 
'em Down on the Farm". Left: Representatives of all sororities 
join on verses from different groups. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 345 




Larry Walters, Bill Dye and Steve Whitehouse hunt for change after selling 
a Candle of Hope to local townswoman. Right: Dave Burdine makes a sale 
for the retarded shortly after leaving campus. Below: Greeks give a Christ- 
mas party in Burnam basement for the youngsters of Richmond city schools 
that attend Telford Communitv Center. 




Being A Greek Is 
Not Only For Fun 



Sunday, November 14th, all Greek 
organizations gathered forces in the 
Flame of Hope candle sale sponsored 
by Madison County Association for Re- 
tarded Children. Joining together for a 
worthy cause was quite an experience 
for members of Eastern's Greek system. 
Their work was rewarded with a total 
tally of two thousand dollars. Half the 
operating costs for the MCARC must be 
met by local people. Greeks not only 
contributed towards this goal but had a 
day to meet others. 

Throughout the year various groups 
of the system united to hold parties for 
Richmond children filling the youths' 
lonely hours with a little activity. 







346 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Rex Dunn, president of TKE, with Mrs. Ross of Model Child De- 
velopment Center and a class member watch Eastern's Band 
Day half-time program. 



Greeks Serve People 




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KA nationally undertook the Christian 
Appalachian Project designed to provide 
jobs for the people of that area. They re- 
novated a barn used in the production of 
Christmas wreaths providing a "Factory" 
employing sixty people during the winter 
months. 

As in other football seasons, the brothers 
of TKE took the children of Mrs. Ross' spe- 
cial education class to the Band Day parade 
and game. After the football game they spent 
some time visiting with them. Many of the 
youth were confined to wheelchairs or in 
braces usually not getting to see either pa- 
rades or games. 



KA Bobby Thompson helps ready the old barn used by elderly in 
Appalachia to manufacture Christmas wreaths for sale through- 
out the country providing an income for many. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 347 



Greek Organizations 
Sponsor Many 

Varied Activities 



Campus visitor Lisa Richardson and Teresa Clifton talk to Kappa 
Alpha Psi active Gary Peake at the first annual Step-in. 





Roger Schumaker presents the sorority Softball tourney trophy to Alpha Kappa Alpha team members. La Sandra Ridler, Donna Black, and 
Natalie Cook, as Veronica Carter looks on. 

348 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





During the fall semester the members of Kappa Alpha Theta celebrate their national pledgeship 
by having a KAT kite-fly in the ravine for all interested Greeks. Many representatives of the 
various organizations participated. Below: Becky Ricketts. Carol Isaacs and Alice Moore of 
Kappa Delta try to make the best of their fate as victims in the pie throw for their Smile Week. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 349 




BOG Holds County Fair 




Charles Marshall tries to convince a fair visitor to spend just one 
more quarter while James Ballew looks on. Top Right: Kirk Kandle 
as "Sigmachi" the fortune teller in the fraternity's booth tells what 
is ahead for curious students. Right: Jim Smith and Gary Shields 
both of SN attempt to out-toss each other at one of the skill test 
booths. 



350 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 






Above: ADPi member Becky Trew decorates her door for 
Christmas with a sleigh-riding lion before December 
openhouse. Left: ChiO Tari Loader digs in the mud for 
point disks during the Old South Olympics sponsored by 
Kappa Alpha each spring. Below: Keith Perry. David Run- 
yon, Rick Blankenship and Guy Hatfield wave the BOG 
flag and cheer for Eastern during the pep rallv ending 
AGD Spirit Week. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 351 




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Barb Schieman leads the line during Panhellenic song swap. 




Greeks and Independents yearly enjoy the welcome dance during registration 
sponsored by I.F.C. 



352 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




PANHELLENIC COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Diane Minor. Donna Black, Jan 
Panayotoff. SECOND ROW: Sharon Fields, Libby Wilkens, Barb Schieman. 
THIRD ROW: Lenise Bell. Debbie Cupp. Carla Swope. FOURTH ROW: Debbie 
Manion, Pat Hodge. Faith Scott. BACK ROW: Karen Bailey, Pam Kiddoo, and 
Evelyn Cole. 




INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Jerry Morter. Jim Dingus, Bob Ekle, Mike Turner. SECOND 
ROW: Ray Sparnon. Eddy Miller, Jerry Schoenleber. Larry Cleveland. Phil Hicks. THIRD ROW: Tom 
Raimey, John Coyle, Jay Vedelli, Arnold Phillips. Charlie Edwards. Ken Streggeman. BACK ROW: Reed 
Kimbrough, Ron Shelton, Bill Peterson, Harry Pratts, Tom Tidwell, and Phil Brown. 

Panhellenic, I.F.C. Hold "Go-Greek" Activities 



The Interfraternity Council sponsored the 
first all-Greek service project on Eastern's 
campus with the candle sale November four- 
teenth. The council sponsored an All-Star 
game at the close of intramural football sea- 
son. To inspire Greeks the outstanding fra- 
ternity and sorority were awarded trophies 
at the semesters' close. 

Panhellenic sponsored a Spook Party to 
interest girls in rush and followed this with a 
signing up booth for spring rush. Two song 



swaps encouraged Greek unity as well as 
participation in the candle sale and "Hang- 
ing of the Greens". Junior Panhellenic was 
established with officers from pledge 
classes. Panhellenic again was co-sponsor 
of the Miss Eastern Pageant. 

I.F.C. and Panhellenic coordinated all 
Greek activities and sought to gain progress 
of the system on campus through varied pro- 
grams uniting existing members and attrac- 
ting independents and freshmen to rush. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 353 




FRONT ROW: Willard Mullins, Stephen Rhodes. Merle Johnson, 
Phillip Hunt, Joe Hewlett, Stewart Brenlzel, and Daniel Glier; 
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Guy Beaver: Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill 
Jack Parker; Executive Vice-President, Stephen Seithers, Rick 
Nally, David Lane: Second Vice-President, Charlie Stallings. Joe 
Allen Norn, Greg Reynolds, and Dennis Lawrence. THIRD ROW: 



Thomas Norvell, Phil Jared. Keith Kidd, Garnie Yeager; Recording 
Secretary, Tom Wardell; Corresponding Secretary, Mike Alex- 
ander, Kenny Garnett, and Mike Puckett. BACK ROW: Charley 
Norvell, Vernon Duty. Oliver Buckner, Jerome Campbell, Steve 
Duff, Patrick May, Jr.; President, Tom Combs, Daryl Crossfield, 
Sam Bodine. 



Circle K Aids Child 



Activity and service were by-words for the 
Circle K in 1971-72. An eventful year began 
when its members served as guides for fall 
registration. Later the group sponsored a 
party, jointly with CWENS, at the Shriner's 
Hospital in Lexington, and a Halloween 
party for the students in special education 
at Model Lab School. In addition, Circle K 
was in charge of the Homecoming deco- 
rations for Commonwealth Hall, sold 
peanuts during the Homecoming game, and 
gave out 500 candy canes to community 
children at the Christmas parade. 

In the spring, the club members hosted the 
Kentucky-Tennessee District Convention of 
Circle K International in Lexington. During 
the second semester, Circle K supported a 
foster child and gave a Valentine's party 
for the patients at the Shriner's Hospital. 




Judging from the number of pictures displayed at a smoker, Circle 
K enjoyed a banner year. 



354 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




Active Mary Ann Fisher and pledge Becky Blacketer serve at the first 
faculty dinner in the new University Center. 



KDT's Visit GFs 
In Army Hospital 



Kappa Delta Tau service sorority 
kicked off a busy year by co-sponsor- 
ing the Powder Puff football game 
with Sigma Nu. Among their service 
activities they visited the servicemen 
in the hospital at Fort Knox, collected 
money for UNICEF, sold candles for 
the JFK Foundation for the Mentally 
Retarded, and visited Pattie A. Clay 
Hospital and Kenwood Nursing Home. 

Members participated in many ser- 
vice projects on campus including 
working at elections, serving at ban- 
quets and working at concession 
stands of the athletic events. For the 
last event of the year KDT sponsored 
the She-Male Contest in April. 




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FRONT ROW: Pauline Schwartz, Linda Rolfes. Mary Ann Fisher. 
Lezlie Race, Becky Linger, Colleen Baker. Judv Sullivan, and Jan 
Smith. SECOND ROW: Debby Contrill, Barb Cartwright, Jody 
Cavalier. Nancy Jones, Hazel Wathen, Cvndie Sandy, and judv 
McNicol. THIRD ROW: Marlee Childers. Pat Ritchie, Ann Hagan. 



Kathy Needles, Rita Dull, Carla Loftis, Leniece Britton. Ann 
Buchholz. Wilma Saunders, Kay Rov. Lvnn Walden, Ruth DeBell. 
Cheryl Castle, and Lydia Buck. FOURTH ROW: Barb Grim, Peggy 
Colson. Eve Proffit, Barb Knudsen, Becky Oakes, Verla |ames. 
Karen Bryant. Jill Votaw. Ruth Mullins, and Jill Leunia. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 355 




Democrats Sponsor 
Reception For Ford 



The Democrats heard numerous guest 
speakers at their meetings. Among them 
were Drexell Davis, State Treasurer, Lyman 
Ginger, State Superintendent of Education, 
Julian Carroll, Lieutenant Governor, and 
Wendell Ford, Governor. The members 
sponsored a reception for Mr. Ford at the 
Holiday Inn. They also heard former gover- 
nors, Bert Combs and Ned Breathitt. 

The members made notary publics avail- 
able for students who wished to apply for 
absentee ballots. They actively worked to- 
ward supporting the Democrat ticket, distri- 
buting literature and campaign materials. 



Right: Officers and committee members work hard on Ford-Carrol 
campaign plans. 




356 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Tom Findley, William Quick. John Davenport, 
Wavne Wilson. Pat Geron. Jack Barber, Joe Neff. Dick Loewenstine. 
Mike Drago. Bill Frowmen. BACK ROW: Pete Reed, Ken Klien, Bill 




Price. Ron Holihan, Tim Brown, Kevin Miles, Bill Stapleton, Harry 
Irvin, John Whiteside, Robert Webeler, Chris Webb. Eddie Huff- 
man, Dan Nettle and Mr. John Vickers. sponsor. 



"E" Club Sells 
Programs at Games 



The Varsity "E" Club was composed of all 
male athletes, who have lettered in any of 
the intercollegiate sports at Eastern. The 
primary function was to sell programs and 
usher at all home football and basketball 
games. 

The club sponsored an All-Athletic Day in 
Madison County for children from ages 8-12 
years old. Aiding in sponsoring this day were 
one of the major food chains suppling the 
meat for lunch and the beverage was 
provided by one of the soft drink distributors. 

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



Joe Neff prepares to sell programs at the Middle Tennessee vs. 
Eastern basketball game. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 357 



EKU Cheerleaders 
'Get The Spirit' 



The cheerleading corps, 13 strong, 
brought an enthusiastic new look to 
the Colonels cheering section this 
year. Learning new techniques at a 
summer cheerleading camp at South- 
ern Mississippi, the yell leaders ef- 
fectively brought to Eastern a rhyth- 
mic new spirit that swept throughout 
the student body. 

Under the sponsorship of Dr. Obe- 
rita Hager, the cheerleaders traveled 
to some road games in supporting the 
Colonel football and basketball teams. 



"Spirit! It's in the air! It's everywhere!" cheers Howard 
Steiner and G. T. Taylor. 





FRONT: Howard Steiner. SECOND ROW: Johnetta Geoghegan, Cruse. BACK ROW: Gary Taylor, Marty Lang, Dan Walters, Jim 

Connie Haney. Joan Ray, Carol Hertsinger, Lea Boggio, and Claudia Bussel, N'Chung Sung, and Tom Walters. 



358 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Marianne Bundy, Karen Bailey, Kay Hammons, 
Sallv (effers. Kalhy Covelle. Connie Tvrell, Louise Goetz, Rhonda 
Colfier. Cindy Rush. Tanya Phelps. SECOND ROW: Regina Shel- 
ton. Beverly Fisher, Lenetta Lacaden. Linda Hern. Dawn Crisp, 
loan Miller, Claudia Marshall, Diane Donahue, Nadine Mellon- 



camp, Shelley Hunter. Virginia Holbrook. BACK ROW: Sue Crafl. 
Teresa Kirkpatrick. Judy Hamilton, Nancy Bibelhausen, Kalhy 
Walter. Katherine McKane, Judy Cunningham, Marilyn Ely, 
Garnetta Powell. Nancy Stottman. Ann Hagan, and Judy Lang. 




Little Colonels 
Entertain Crowds 



The Little Colonels Drill Team be- 
gan 1971 on a new note as an inde- 
pendent campus organization. Pre- 
viously, they had operated under the 
sponsorship of KYMA. Members per- 
formed in the Homecoming Parade 
and with half-time performances at 
football and basketball games. The 
Pom-Pom corps consisted of 30 girls 
led by Captain Connie Tvrell. She was 
assisted by squad leaders: Tanya 
Phillips, Marianne Bundy, and Kathy 
Covelle who led the girls in routines 
and drills to musical numbers played 
by Eastern's marching band. 



Squad leader. Marianne Bundy. leads the Little Colonels as they perform at 
the Eastern-East Tennessee game. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 359 



Direction Eastern 
Spreads Information 



During the first year of organization, 
Direction Eastern worked in the information 
booth at football games, acted as guides to 
people who wanted to see the campus, sold 
shakers for Eastern-Western football game, 
sponsored a dance in Martin Hall for foot- 
ball players and other athletes, and sold 
beanies to freshmen. 

Direction Eastern's promoted public re- 
lations by encouraging people to attend 
Eastern. They also encouraged people to 
support athletic events. 




Members plan another activity for promotion of school spirit. 




Direction Eastern members strive to spread spirit on campus. 



360 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Devon Cain, Darryl Tedder, Richard F. Morley. 
Steve Bandura, Social Chairman, Tac Conrad, Frank Longaker, 
Secretary. Carlos Smith, Vice President, and Larry Cayton, Presi- 



dent. BACK ROW: Danny C. Coulter. Jack Guthrie. Edward S. Sims. 
Clark L. Whitt, Gary Garrett. Ralph Johnson. )oe Hayden. Jerry 
Stuecker. Michael Murphy. Paul Garrett, and Larry Jupin. 




Embers of the Veteran's Club meet informally for a weekly get-logethnr. 



Vet's Man Roadblock; 
Provide Colorguard 



Alpha Sigma Upsilon helped in manning 
the roadblocks for the Cystic Fibrosis drive, 
and acted as the Homecoming color guard 
during the parade. Also, on Veterans' Day, 
President Martin recognized all veterans on 
campus by having a picnic at the Mule Barn. 

Alpha Sigma Upsilon, more commonly 
called the Veterans Club, was founded by 
the returning veterans of World War II. 
Throughout its history, the club has played 
a varied role in the social and political 
activities at Eastern. The main purpose of 
the Veterans Club is to ease the transition 
from military to collegiate life, and to pro- 
mote the spirit of fraternity and good fellow- 
ship among the ex-servicemen enrolled at 
Eastern. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 361 




FRONT ROW: Jack Miniard. Del Sandlin, Danial Glier, secretary- 
treasurer; Larry W. Pennington, David L. Smallwood, Jr., Robert 
Sammons, Doug Czor, Roger Basham. Dieter Carlton, Rustv 
McDonald, and Steve Bandura. SECOND ROW: Tony Ayette, 
Joseph Manning, Jr., Gregg Combs, Eugene Winbow, Jr., vice- 
president; Jon Randal, Dave Nicholas, president; Larry Parks, 



Steve Hurley, and Rick Allen. THIRD ROW: Robert Ruffner. 
Mervyn Lewis, Lee Ewing, Gary Winn, Robert Deskins, Ralph 
Kelly, Harold Tennant, David Thomas, and Robert Lewis. BACK 
ROW: Randy Estep, Dennis Wolfe. John Fryman. Paul Harvey. 
Herschel Miller, Anders Fogt, Joseph Lenz, Robert Barrett, Wayne 
Pearsall. and James Johnson. 



Men's Inter-dorm 
Improves Dorm Life 



The Men's Interdorm Council, composed 
of elected members of individual residence 
halls, floor counselors, and officers, was 
founded to help coordinate dorm activities. 
This year their special activity was providing 
bumper pool tables for men's residence 
halls. 

The council had monthly meetings to 
review ideas and to improve living con- 
ditions and study habits within residence 
halls. 



362 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




Women Sponsor 
Intramurals 




Membership of the Women's 
Interdormitory Council was 
composed of individual dormi- 
tory house council presidents, 
social chairmen, and elected 
representatives. The group 
coordinated recreational, edu- 
cational, and intramural activ- 
ities for women residents. 

The council promoted a 
closer relationship and better 
understanding between the 
students and the administration 
and provided a medium of self 
government for women resi- 
dents. 



Jo Ann Hairslon lakes minutes of the interdorm 
meeting as Sharon Crews leads the discussion. 




FRONT ROW: Karen Bloyd. Karen Lane. Susan Nichulis, Debbie 
Humbert. Susan Phelps. Sharon Crews. President; Kathleen Hager. 
Dianna Avers, and Ruth Snyder. SECOMD ROW: Dianne Clare. 
Yvonne Dyehouse. Debbie Hall. Simin Shakib. Cathy Iredale. 
Kristine Nagel, Linda Hern, Member at Large; and Doris Roach. 
THIRD ROW: Holly Feller, (anna Partin, Barbara Ricke, Pam 



Bostick, |ody Rice. Secretary; Debby Canlrill. Vicki Murrell. Lynda 
Arehart. and Libby Wiederhold. BACK ROW: Ann Tritschler, Vicki 
McDonald. Jo Ann Hairston. Treasurer: Becky Trew. Liz Stefanics. 
Sue Behrens. Jill Votaw. Priscilla Howard. Karen Shellon. Vice- 
President: Mary Glass, Sponsor. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 363 







EKU's Marching Maroons form the familiar "E" for the performance of Eastern's fight song. 



Marching Maroons 
Highlight Half times 



Prior to the fall semester, a pre- 
school band camp was held to prepare 
members of the Eastern's Marching 
Maroons for the football season. Dur- 
ing the year, the band highlighted 
half-time by performing at all home 
football and basketball games. They 
traveled to Ashland to march in the 
Shriner's parade and to play during 
half-time at the Shrine Bowl Game. 
They also performed in the Home- 
coming Parade and Inaugural Parade 
in Frankfort. 

The Marching Band consisted of 140 
brass and woodwind members, 20 
percussionists, 10 majorettes, two 
featured twirlers, 16 flag squad mem- 
bers, and a drum major. 




364 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 




Dance Theatre 
Attends Workshop 



Eastern's Dance Theatre offered a 
technique class open to all University 
students to aid the development of 
and participation in modern dance. 
During the year, the members per- 
formed a Halloween Concert in the 
ravine and attended a workshop in 
Lexington taught by a member of the 
Paul Taylor Dancers. They also taped 
the Beethoven Hallelujah Chorus for 
Kentucky Educational Television. 

The dancers held a concert, "Dance 
Has- Many Faces," and a rummage 
sale in April raised funds. Each year 
the Dance Theatre has sent a repre- 
sentative to the University of Cincin- 
nati for special instructions of tech- 
niques in modern dance. 



A member of the Modern Dance Theatre practices her 
routine before a concert. 




Members of the Dance Theatre perform their Halloween Concert in the amphitheatre. 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 365 




Symphonic Band 
Performs Concert 



The Symphonic Band, composed of a 
select group of woodwind, brass, and per- 
cussion instrumentalists met during spring 
semester three times weekly for one hour. 
The group performed two concerts in March 
and April. They also traveled to Central and 
Northern Kentucky to perform concerts 
during a two-day tour — playing at such 
places as Covington, Newport, and 
Cynthiana. 

Emphasis was placed upon the perform- 
ance of the best in new literature for the 
modern wind band as well as the standard 
band repertoire. Works which are repre- 
sentative of the band include the Giannini, 
"Symphony #3 for band", "La Fiesta 
Mexicana", and Mennin's "Canzona". 




Instrumentalists of the Symphonic Band perform parts of Mennin's 
"Canzona" during a practice session. 



366 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 




University Ensemble 
Tours South 



University Ensemble, now in its fourth 
year of service, presented several concerts 
this year. The group made a tour of the 
southern states last spring. The itinerary 
included Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta, and 
Daytona Beach, during a five-day period. 
The concerts performed while on tour were 
well-received. 

The Ensemble tried to make others happy 
through their repertoire of gospel and 
spiritual music, integrated into a fresh, 
intimate and contemporary setting without 
jeopardizing the depth and natural beauty 
of the music of the Negro culture. The 
Ensemble, which was organized in 1967, 
carried the message of God in their songs. 



Russ Behanan pauses before singing the "Impossible Dream" at 
one of the Ensemble's concerts. 







ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 367 




University Theatre 
Success Continues 



Bob Butler as the impressario of an 18th century acting company 
and Rick Diehl as his inept apprentice welcome the settlers of Fort 
Boonesboro to She Stoops to Conquer, in a new version of the 
Goldsmith farce. Below: Miss Pearl Buchanan, the theatre's name- 
sake, makes a return appearance in She Stoops to Conquer. 



The 1972 production season of the 
University Department of Drama was a 
continuation of the critical and financial 
success hegun with Dracula last year. This 
season's repertoire included two summer 
shows, The Rivalry and Star-Spangled Girl, 
She Stoops to Conquer, The Glass 
Menagerie, Canterbury Tales, Two Pails of 
Water, and You're a Good Man Charlie 
Brown. 

Along with the innovative season of 
dramatic productions came a new beginning 
for the drama department, as well as the 
close of an era. Ground was broken during 
this academic year for a new fine arts 
building, to open in 1974, while the Pearl 
Buchanan Theatre was closed for remodel- 
ing. It is to reopen in the spring of 1973. Dur- 
ing the '72 season, some of the shows were 
staged in the Edwards Auditorium of Model 
Lab School. 




368 ORGANIZATIONS/DRAMA 




FRONT ROW: Barb Knudsen, Phyllis Cox, Aileen LeBlanc. Paula 
Lambdin. SECOND ROW: Debbie Utz, Susan Habas. Janice Lynch. 
Tobie Robbin, Dru Gray, Bonnie Stacy, Libby Wiederhold. Kay 
Woodinglon. Diane Darenkamp. Suzanne Holthouser, Judy 



McGuire, Debbie Bellairs. Karen Allen. BACK ROW: Nancy Brun- 
ker, Gave Guilick. Martha Sands, Margaret Dafler, Sally Mullins, 
Kay Daughtery, Beth Small, Sue Ehrman, Hazel Wathen, Jill 
Barthen, Debbie Seiferid, Judy Chilcote, and Suzie Burkhart. 




Members of the Catalina practice swimming skills for their April Water Show. 



Catalina Holds 
Water Show 



Members of the Catalina 
Club held their annual Water 
Show in April and participated 
in synchronized swimming 
clinics, symposiums and work- 
shops during the year. As a 
result of considerable practice, 
members were able to execute 
skilled swimming strokes, 
sculling skills and basic 
sychronized stunts. 

The club aimed to provide 
experiences involving aquatic 
skills, rhythm, and design with 
opportunities for members to 
develop leadership, fellowship, 
cooperation, and initiative. 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 369 



ROTC Travels 
To Fort Knox 



Eastern's Military Science Cadets were 
active throughout the year. During the fall 
semester activity was chiefly business, be- 
ginning in October with a trip to Ft. Knox 
where the cadets achieved their quali- 
fication with the M-14 rifle. Military Day 
offered an opportunity for the student body 
to view the assembled corps. Also during the 
fall semester, they held a field training 
exercise at the Blue Grass Depot for the 
junior and senior cadets. 

During second semester, the corps par- 
ticipated in several social events, including 
the Military Ball. The corps also sponsored 
a training exercise for the freshman cadets 
in field maneuvers. 





Top: An ROTC cadet practices hand-to-hand combat techniques. 
Above: A group of cadets receive instructions in the care, handling, 
and firing of weapons during a trip to Fort Knox. 



370 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




William Boner's mother pins on his bars following his commission- 
ing as a second lieutenant. 








On a visit to Ft. Knox, cadets learn the techniques of marksman- 
ship Left: Larry Wells and other cadets become acquainted with 
armor during the Ft. Knox stay. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 371 




FRONT ROW: Richard Whitaker, Charles Hill, Nathan Mayfield, 
David Snellen, commander; Mark Wysocki, executive officer, Lar- 
ry Wells. BACK ROW: Captain Tom Hennessey, sponsor: Roy Zie- 

Raiders Train In 
Field Exercises 

An active year for the Eastern Counter- 
Guerilla Raider Company began during fall 
registration when its members served as 
guides. In October the Company traveled to 
Fort Eustus, North Carolina, to take part in 
an amphibious landing operation. 

Throughout the year the Company parti- 
cipated in various field training exercises, 
including one with the 100th Reserve Divi- 
sion at Blue Grass Depot. These field prob- 
lem drills were designed to teach scouting, 
patrolling, land navigation, and unarmed 
combat. The Raiders also took part in an 
orienteering exercise with companies from 
other universities. On this exercise the 
Raiders improved their map skills. 



mann, Michael Torstrick, James Hill, James S. Scott, Davis D. 
Tindall, Tom Neptune. 




372 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




Military Police Aid 
In Traffic Control 



Through the aid of the Military Police 
Company, the University often received 
much needed help. One of the major areas 
in which the MP's provided valuable assis- 
tance was that of traffic control. The MP's 
directed traffic for such University events 
as Registration, Band Day, and Homecom- 
ing. 

Eastern's Military Police Company con- 
sisted of 25 members, all of whom were 
members of the ROTC program. Members 
were required to maintain a 2.2 average. 
The Company was organized in November 
of 1967 and was the first unit of its kind in 
the United States. 

The Company often took part in overnight 
field training exercises. In addition, the 
members worked to achieve quality marks- 
manship. 



Left: Providing a much needed service to Eastern's campus, the 
MP's direct traffic during Orientation Week. 




FRONT ROW: Thomas Lambert. Jack Colglazier. First Sergeant: 
Rex Fortner, Executive Officer: Carla )o Nagle, Sponsor: Frank 
Ulery, Drill Sergeant; Roger Morefield, Senior Advisor: Kenneth 
Keen. SECOND ROW: Cashious Burdine, Jessee Neat, Dennis 



Woeste. Greg Meier. Mike Thomas. Charlie Abner, Ron Bowling. 
Henry J. Mineke. Sponsor. THIRD ROW: John B. Lile. Edward 
Strickland, )ames Miller. John Fryman, James Elam. John Oliver. 
Jr.. and William R. Caldwell. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 373 




FRONT ROW: Chris Minch, Karen Kellerman, Janie Wright, First 
Sergeant; Donna Adams, Betty Adams, Betty Elam, Charlotte 
Phelps, Kathv Rulon, Jeannie Pilant. David Schrout, Executive 
Officer. SECOND ROW: John Beam. Cindy Hopkins, Farah Hal- 
comb, Betty Jane Cruse, Lynne Schmidt, Finance Officer; Erma 
Snapp, Nina Chase, Exhibition Commander; Theresa Moore, 



Pledge Officer; Noe Longoria. THIRD ROW: Tom Swanson, Buddy 
Gilpin, Charles Sevvell, Commanding Officer; David Custis, Mi- 
chael Cecil, Anibal Rivers, Jr., Eric Lunsford, Joe Barnard, David 
Dennis. BACK ROW: Dieter Carlton, Joseph Hardy, First Sergeant; 
Reed Kimbrough, Pledge Officer; Michael Orem, Richard Yates. 
Mark Cowman, Bob Brown, David Kepler, and Drue Ferguson. 



PR's Feature 
Drill Squads 



Pershing Rifle Company R-l worked regis- 
tration both semesters, sold flowers at the 
Homecoming game, and demonstrated the 
exhibition squad at several different high 
schools throughout the year. The exhibition 
squad also performed at Eastern's Home- 
coming parade and at the Veteran's Day. 
"parade in Glasgow. 

The PR's participated in several drill 
meets at Ohio State, University of Cincinat- 
ti, and Penn State. The company has the 
privilege of serving as 2nd Battallion head- 
quarters. 

The Valianettes, coed affiliates of the 
Pershing Rifles, drilled during halftime of 
the Eastern-East Tennessee game and added 
spirit throughout the year to the PR's. 





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Members of the Valianettes perform at half time under the watch- 
ful eye of their directing PR. 



374 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 






Top left, right, and Above: Members of Pershing Rifles' Suicide Squad drill diligently on a fall afternoon. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 375 



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FRONT ROW: Barbara Howard. SECOND ROW: Debbie Van 
Hoose, Roxanne Heekin, Brenda Frazier. Kay Worlhington, Sherry 
Moore, Eleanor Gray, Eve Proffitt, Judy Sullivan, Debbie Pierson, 



Sponsor Selection 
Changes for '71 



Selection of sponsors for the ROTC 
units was conducted differently from 
preceding years. Out of 200 appli- 
cations from Eastern coeds, the cadets 
held an election to choose the girls to 
represent the brigades and companies. 

This year the sponsors, headed by 
the 1971-72 Queen Athena, Barbara 
Harrison Howard, drilled at game half 
times and at the President's Review. 
The group met every third Thursday 
with speakers from the ROTC depart- 
ment who answered questions dealing 
with military life. 



Barbara Harrison Howard, reigning Queen Athena, talks 
to the ROTC sponsors about an upcoming trip to 
Fort Knox. m* 



Rhonda Hall, Kandy Clay. BACK ROW: Becky True, Sue Clark, 
Frances Adams, Cindy Spatts, Lea Jones, Carla Jo Nagle, Sonya 
Foley, Beth Cocanougher, Ellen Perry, and Marianne Bundy. 



FLOW OF INCOME 

UNITED STA1 




376 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




AUSA Collects 
Food for Needy 



The Association of the United States 
Army, a member of the Eastern Ken- 
tucky University ROTC Brigade, 
attended the National AUSA Con- 
vention in Washington, D.C. October 
9-13. 

Established on Eastern's campus to 
improve cadet training and to be of 
service both to the University and the 
Richmond community, AUSA con- 
ducted its annual collection of food 
for needy families at Christmas. Also 
included in its activities was the 
annual spring Military Ball, at which 
time the newly elected Queen Athena 
was introduced. 



Members of AUSA act as the color guard during the 
President's Review. 




FRONT ROW: Frank Ulery. first sergeant; Rex Fortner. executive 
officer; Mike Thomas. Charlie Ahner, finance officer; David 
Thomas. Dennis Woeste. Kenneth Keen, Roger Morefield, company 



commander. BACK ROW: Major Ed George, faculty advisor; Larry- 
Rush. Davis Tindoll. Gary Weldon, Craig Singer. Senior Advisor: 
James Scott. Raymond Landrum, and Bill Caldwell. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 377 




FRONT ROW: David Combs, Sherrill Burton, Joyce Sutphin, Susie 
Durrett, President, Joy Harris, Student Senate Representative, 
Mary Ann Wozny, Sue Schnabel, and Michael Clayton. BACK 



ROW: Mary Karr, Becky Newsome, Donald Pelly, Vice-President, 
Faye Keith, Treasurer, Greg Surber, Jill Barthen. Brenda Selby, 
Karen Schaffer, and Robert Creek, Sponsor. 



Biology Club 
'Gives' Bike Away 



In the fall, the Biology Club spon- 
sored a picnic at Adam's Cave and an 
outing at Levi Jackson State Park in 
London. Members enjoyed, a Christ- 
mas party and a spring picnic at Fort 
Boonesborough. 

As an organization, the club served 
during the Audubon films, Conser- 
vation Fair, Kentucky Academy of 
Sciences Fair, and Earth Day. 

During January and February, the 
Biology Club held a fund-raising 
project by selling pieces of "50-cent" 
bubble gum and chances to win a 
bicycle. 



Right: Biology Club president Susie Durrett persuades 
another student to purchase a "50-cent" piece of bubble 
gum with "a good chance" to win a bike. 




378 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




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Chemistry Club 
Hosts National 
Academy 



In November, the Chemistry Club 
members hosted the National Aca- 
demy of Science at which they served 
refreshments and provided various 
aids to the speakers. During their 
meetings, the club provided speakers 
on areas related to chemistry. 
Speakers included Dr. Vernon 
Stubblefield on criminology and 
Dr. William H. Watkins, Associate 
Professor of Psychology. 

Club members visited Blacksburg, 
Virginia, and the Virginia Poly- 
technical Institute where they at- 
tended a convention for Student 
Affiliates of the American Chemical 
Society. 



Left: Dan Wiggins and Jay Moscoe discuss ideas pre- 
sented at the National Academy of Science in the 
chemical supply room. 




FRONT ROW: Dr. Darnell Salver, sponsor, Tina Scent, Lana Roy. 
Theresa Williams. Ellen Perry, Secretary, Pamela Hoskins. Judith 
Powell. Treasurer, Velma Tomassetti, Student Senate Represen- 



tative, and Dr. Morris Taylor, sponsor. BACK ROW: Noble Johnson. 
President. Mike Ward, Stephen Fraley, Robert Fryman. Herb 
Mattingly, and Martha McKenzie. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENT ALS 379 




FRONT ROW: Janet Childress: Barb Vittitoe, President; Dorothy 
Kinmon; Jerrv Spring, Lee Patrick, Co-Publicity: Cheryl Miller; 
Wallena Jones. SECOND ROW: Colleen Willett. Vice-President; 
Linda Kees; Cheryl Cook, Secretary; Brenda Zieres; Claudia 
Fischer; Kay Johnson; Judy Bullock. THIRD ROW: Sandra Han- 



cock; Shelia Ginter; Linda Sharp; Pat Watts; Caroline Fisher; 
Gloria Westerman. BACK ROW: Vickie Hignite; Gwen Feagans; 
Lee Ann Thurmond; Debbie Webb; Mary Whitehouse, Publicity; 
Candy Odierna; Donna Eldridge, Treasurer. 



WRA Hosts 
Active Year 

An active year sparked the members of the 
Women's Recreation Association. The club, 
which encourages students to become in- 
volved in physical and recreational 
activities, sponsored two camping trips to 
Camp Otonka, a wiener-roast at the Mule 
Barn, a swimming party at Weaver Pool, and 
a senior picnic at Boonesborough. Besides 
the social events, year-round athletic 
activities and sporting competition en- 
couraged teamwork and a diversion from 
classes. 



Members of WRA enjoy the talents of a folk singer during a 
weiner-roast at the Mule Barn. 




380 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




Caduceus Club 
Assists Blood Drive 

The Caduceus Club raised money 
for the Kidney Foundation and as- 
sisted with the Red Cross blood- 
mobiles on campus. Members also 
took trips to the University of Louis- 
ville Medical School and Pharma- 
ceutical company. 

As a year opener, the club met for a 
picnic and football game. To complete 
the year, they held their spring 
banquet. 

The Caduceus Club was organized 
to further knowledge and under- 
standing of students in the medical 
sciences and health fields. 



Members of the Caduceus Club donate both time and 
blood to the bloodmobiles that visit Eastern's campus. 




FRONT ROW: Bob Shanes, Vice President. Vicki McKinley. Pat 
Angell, Gary Palmer. Jill Noble. Vicki Rynell, Mary Ann Hamilton, 
Bridget! Gail House. Diane Kav Hill. Alice Jenkins. Barbara White- 
head, and Gerald Payne. SECOND ROW: Kay Cosby. Sharron 
Pinkston, Donnie Starnes, Tommy Averitt, Carl Wells. Jr., Carol 



Aliger, President, Ezra Farris, Timothy May. Brenda Bates, Linda 
Sams, and Jim Hill, Publicist. BACK ROW: Dr. John Meisenheimer. 
Sponsor, Jerry Mayes, Treasurer. Larry Stroud. Secretary. David 
Goodwin, Jeff Carson, David Sullivan. Jerald Combs. Thomas 
Alley. Gary Alley, and Arthur Foster. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 381 




FRONT ROW: Sandy Wilde, treasurer, Ann Nikirk. [udy Hanson, 
Tolene Hacker, Carol Mvers. Beverly Fisher, Gwen Maves, and 
Vicki Patrick. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Kelso. Judy McCl'anahan, 
Eve Proffitt, president, Ann Hagan, Alice Brooks, Barbara Lums- 
dem, Linda Farley. Deena Webster, and Eileen Wiggs. BACK ROW: 



Patricia Kohl. Paula Weaver, Eva Ferrell, vice president, kinder- 
garten. Yvonne Hempfling, Daphne Jeffries, vice president, pri- 
mary, Ginger Martin, secretary, Cacus Flesher, sponsor, Judy 
Ann Huls. and Ethel Sams, sponsor. 



Book Project 
Aided By ACE 



Members of the Association for 
Childhood Education participated in 
the International Book Project by 
collecting and sending books to a 
family in a foreign country. Other pro- 
jects included making puppets, games, 
and flannel objects for Project Con- 
cern and the Telford Community 
Center. 

The members of ACE attempted to 
build better learning conditions for 
children by expanding programs of 
service for the children. 



Elementary education majors Kathy Needles and Leniece 
Britton practice techniques of role playing. 




382 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




SNEA Travels To 
Louisville Meeting 



Student National Education Associ- 
ation members attended two conven- 
tions held in Louisville for teachers. 
They participated in a party held with 
Kappa Delta Pi, ACE, and^GROWTH 
program. The club had several meet- 
ings throughout the year where can- 
didates for state superintendent of 
education spoke. 

SNEA attempts to improve edu- 
cation in general and increase the 
knowledge of future teachers. 



SNEA member Cathy Rausch explains a wall mural made 
by her fundamentals class to her roommate and fellow 
SNEA member Shirlev Rusterholz. 




FRONT ROW: Kathy Gregory. Karen Current. Suzanne Holthouser. 
president; Barbara Schieman. Cindy Watkins, Jennifer Piatt, Dar- 
lene Bruce, vice president; Lela Jarvis. SECOND ROW: Karen 
Kareth, Darla Vogelsang. Karen Latimer, Alice Brooks, Debra Olds, 
Judy Kinman, Paulette Sizemore. )udy McClanahan, Arliene 



Smith. BACK ROW: Shirley Rusterholz, Diana Hall, stale presi- 
dent; Cathy Rausch. Walter Mayer, treasurer-historian: Elizabeth 
Catlett, Faye Keith, Yvonne Hempling. Roxann Schlelein, secre- 
tary; and Becky Trew. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 383 



Ag Club Spans 
Three Interest Areas 



Eastern's Agriculture Club was divided 
into three interest groups — ornamental 
horticulture, dairy, and farm mechanization. 
Each of these groups had their own meet- 
ings. The horticulture interest group went 
camping this fall and worked on a trail on 
Pine Mountain. Farm mechanization took 
field trips to different machinery companies 
to study new equipment and had an open 
house for high school seniors in November 
taking them to the Eastern vs. Appalachian 
football game. Members of the faction held 
several meetings with guest speakers. 

As a unit, the Agriculture Club started 
the year off with an ice cream social to wel- 
come freshmen to Eastern. They sponsored 
a tractor drive in October and a trip to the 
Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. 

Right: Ag Club members "horse around" at their ice cream social 
in the fall. 





FRONT ROW: Dr. Archie Devore, Ken Bate. Student Senate Repre- 
sentative. Phillip Watts. John Inman, Gregg Woodruff, Vice- 
President, Brenda Lynch, Secretary, Susan Barnett, Phyllis Case, 
Carl Phelps, and Dr. William Householder, Sponsor. SECOND 
ROW: Dan Curtis, David Smith. Wayne York, John Smith, Daniel 
Watson, and David Price. THIRD ROW: Hershel Watson. David 
Lyons. Doris Wicklund, Jimmy Tudor, Dwight Lancaster, Dennis 



Lane, Doug Davis, Gerald Moores, Rick Bee, and John Salyers. 
FOURTH ROW: Ralph Anderson. Edward Sims, Harry Hensley, 
James Bryant, Ted Colvin, Charley Norvell, Gary Lawson, Stephen 
Bailey, Rick Marshall, and Gary Goodlett. BACK ROW: Paul 
Steinmetz, Dave Boren, Mike Earley, Mark Cowman, Woodie Lea- 
vell, Don Walker, John Lynch, Jr., President, James Miller, Terry 
Rowlett, Tommy Adams, and Doug Edwards. 



384 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




FRONT ROW: Judy Hellmann, Imogene Herald. Libby Wilkins. 
Student Senate Representative, Brenda Hibberd, Vice-President. 
Cheryl Meiner. Lucy Sheilley, and Marsha Hale. SECOND ROW: 
Verena Catron, Ellen Lampton. Debbie Salver. Karen Kleckner. 



Kathie Rogers, Patsy Auxier, Secretary, Teresa Search, and Blanca 
Infantino. BACK ROW: Theresa Weber, Greg Moore, Treasurer. 
Norman Phillips. Larry Wynn. President. Bob Davenport, Janet 
Pope. Jane Call, and Dr. C. E. Scruggs. Advisor. 




French Club Holds 
Dinner, Play 



During its second year of existence on 
Eastern's campus, Le Cercle Francais spon- 
sored a variety of activities. Members pre- 
pared and served a French dinner, staged a 
French play, viewed French documentary 
films, heard Dr. Charron from the University 
of Kentucky, and planned an excursion 
which included a French dinner and play. 

With membership open to all French 
majors and minors, the club aimed to spread 
French culture through use of the French 
language, educational opportunities, and the 
high standards of its members. 



French Club members enjoy a traditional French gourmet 
meal . . . snails. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 385 



MENC Co-Hosts 
State Convention 

Members of the Music Educators 
National Conference started the year 
by decorating the Foster Building for 
Homecoming and by helping with 
Music Opportunity Days at Eastern. 
They were co-host with the University 
of Kentucky at the MENC student 
convention and luncheon in Lexing- 
ton. In March they planned to send 
student delegates from Eastern to the 
National Convention in Atlanta, 
Georgia. Also many members served 
as student workers at the State Solo 
and Ensemble Contest held at Eastern 
in March. 



Members of MENC meet to discuss plans for the Ken- 
tucky MENC Convention. 





386 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTS 




FRONT ROW: Linda Bentley. Peggy Hensley, Rhonda Wall, Kay 
Baker. Debbie Pritchett, Carolyn Webb. Karen Latimer, Kathryn 
Tuggle, Nadine Lee, Brenda Young, Carolvn Harness, and Judv 
Reid. SECOND ROW: Brenda Craft. Martha Dick. Cathy Hill, 
Patty Mains. Donna Spencer, Louis Hollan. Alice Knight, Jane 
Reisen, Sue Linnenkohl, Bettnia Bentley, Cathy Seopa, and Nancy 




Metz. BACK ROW: Debra Grove, Mona Reichenback. Carole 
Siller, Vicki McDonald, Beth Grever, Barbara Walker. Marietta 
Knuehl. Sharon Marlow, Vice-President, Judy Alderson, Barbara 
Graves, Jane Murphy, President, Susan Sbrader, and Brenda 
Wood. 



Home Ec Club 
Holds Picnic 



Opening the year for the Home 
Economics Club was a picnic at the 
Irvine-McDowell Park. At the meet- 
ing they heard international students 
talk on family life of their respective 
countries, as well as career talks. Dr. 
Knapp talked on "Family Faces 
Change." 

For special activities the Home 
Economics Club built a homecoming 
float with the help of the industrial 
education department. Early in the 
spring they traveled to the state con- 
vention in Louisville. Members par- 
ticipated in the Kentucky Home 
Economic Association workshop held 
at Western Kentuckv University. 



Dr. Knapp holds an informal talk with home economics students on famih 
development. 



ORGAN1ZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 387 




ACCOUNTING CLUB, FRONT ROW: V. C. Messmer, Sponsor, Bill 
Petter, Student Senator, Danny Hamilton, Ron Sullivan, Gene 
Richman, Bill ie Wade, Vice-President, and Judy Murphy. Secre- 



tary. BACK ROW: Bob Pinkerton, Randy Sircle, George Pierce, 
John White, President, Jimmy Roller, Treasurer, Tom Wardell, 
Parliamentarian, and Merle Begley. 




FOODS AND NUTRITION CLUB, FRONT ROW: Dorothy Bulcher, 
Janet Bundette, Beth Grever, and Mrs. Snarr. BACK ROW: Adri- 



anne Lennant, Dr. Creamer, Mary Tugglr, Joan Pharris, Beth Sen- 
se!, and Pam Gillespie. 



Active Year Sparks Accounting, Nutrition Clubs 



In order to learn more about the account- 
ing profession, Eastern's Accounting Club 
planned field trips to accounting firms and 
other businesses. Guest speakers attended 
several of the monthly meetings to discuss 
topics of interest to the club members. 
Tutoring sessions were set up for freshmen 
who were having problems understanding 
their accounting courses. 

388 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



In October, the Foods and Nutrition Club 
hosted the Fall Kentucky Dietetics Associ- 
ation Convention for 1971. To welcome 
freshmen students, the Home Economics 
department held a dessert party. 

For its programs the group heard several 
speakers in the field of dietetics and related 
fields and a delegate from the state dairy 
council. 




Law Enforcement 
Revises Constitution 



The Association of Law Enforcement 
sponsored a banquet in November at which 
Captain Robert Earhart, a Michigan State 
Policeman spoke. The members spent their 
time revising their constitution by-laws. 
They also planned to set up a room in the 
Begley building for law enforcement stu- 
dents in-between classes. 

The association attempts to provide 
service activities in the interest of law 
enforcement and public safety. They also 
encourage the public to support professional 
education and training for law enforcement 
personnel. 



Left: Association of Law Enforcement president Don Filer speaks 
to the club about plans to revise the constitution. 




FRONT ROW: Maria Sample. Jennie Alcorn: Secretary. Donald 
Filer; President. Mittie Davis, Dennis Mills, Rossetta Lucas; Vice- 
President, Delores Clevinger. and Richard Jackson. Jr. SECONiD 
ROW: Terry Fisk. Steve Morrow, Don Girdler; Sgt. at Arms. Ray- 



mond Byrd; Senator. Garry May. Ken Owens, and Pamela Fisk. 
BACK ROW: Doug Black. Arnold Amburge. Jr.: Chaplain. Robert 
Donta, John Fryman; Treasurer, Steve Mobley. Thomas Reed. Dave 
Tindoll. and Jim Hooper. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 389 






Student Work Chosen 
for Aurora Publication 



Aurora, Eastern's student literary 
publication, was placed on sale late in the 
spring after a year full of selecting the best 
of hundreds of prose and poetry works 
submitted for consideration. 

Final selections were made by the editors, 
although they worked closely with English 
faculty who offered constructive criticisms 
for improving each piece. 

Aurora is published with the purpose of 
giving talented students the experience of 
writing for publication and provide a record 
of student literary endeavor. 




Above: Mattie Adams types a finished draft of an Aurora short- 
story selection. Below: Brenda Wheeler. Dr. George Sutton, 
faculty adviser, Mattie Adams and Estill Pollock, poetry editor, 
review material submitted to Aurora. 




390 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




Editor Mike Park talks over an assignment with Betsey Bell in 
preparation for the next week's issue of the PROGRESS. 




Eastern Progress Marks 
50th Anniversary 



Spurred bv its 1970-71 Ail-American rank- 
ing, the EASTERN PROGRESS marked its 
50th anniversary early in the second semes- 
ter. Highlights of the year included the 
PROGRESS' hosting of the annual Kentucky 
Intercollegiate Press Association meeting, a 
series on drug abuse on the college campus, 
and coverage of the proceedings in the Ken- 
tucky legislature. 

Mike Park, a three-year veteran as busi- 
ness manager, assumed the duties of editor- 
in-chief while his one-time assistant, Jim 
Ross, took over as business manager. And, 
last year's sports editor, Jack Frost, became 
the new managing editor. 



Jack Frost, managing editor, is responsible for the news and feature 
content of the PROGRESS, as well as general management of the 
paper. 



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ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 391 



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PROGRESS STAFF: Marly Patrick, Delma Francis, Jill Barthen, Hubert Hagan, Fawn Conley, 
Kathy May, Lisa Collins and Bonnie Gray. 




News Editor, Jim House edits all news copy for the PROGRESS. 



392 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 





Jim Ross, business manager, takes a break before preparing a 
PROGRESS advertisement for publication. 



Jim Kurk covers an Eastern basketball game from the courtside 
press table as part of his job as PROGRESS sports editor. 




Betsey Bell. John Payne, and Maria Sample have a good laugh over one of John's cornball jokes before settl- 
ing down to work. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 393 




394 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




1972 Milestone 
Covers Change, 
Involvement 



Months of waiting, wondering 
and hoping finally ended second 
semester as new facilities 
opened. Almost as quickly as the 
doors were unlocked, students 
swarmed inside; the flow never 
letting up. It was truly the Year 
of the Building Boon. 

Our MILESTONE editors and 
staff have shown the months of 
looking at the pieces falling into 
shape and the whirl of activity 
upon their completion. Students 
found a new direction to Univer- 
sity living towards other people, 
involved and interested. 

In the 616 pages of the 1972 
MILESTONE a glimpse of this at- 
mosphere has been captured for 
each student to identify his spe- 
cial rememberances. This year's 
book has more color than pre- 
ceding MILESTONES to catch 
activities and campus as realis- 
tically as possible. 



FRONT ROW: Roxanne Heekin, Carl Simms. 
Sharon Stephens, Paula McCann. Debhie Kirk. 
Candy Clay. |udy Noe, Phyllis Barton, Jim Plum- 
mer, Jan Strickland. Bill Petter. Brenda Wood. Bill 
Sawyer. BACK ROW: Connie Ball. Rick Allen. 
Kathy Covelle. Karrol Guy. and Rhonda Hall. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 395 






BOB HAMBLY, Business Manager ROXANNE HEEKIN. Index 



BILL SAWYER. Managing Editor 




LINDA MITTEL, Academics 




PAT CARR, Honors 



396 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 





PAULA MC CANN, Editor 



CATHY COVELLE and CONNIE BALL, Underclasses 





BRENDA WOOD. Organizations 



BETSY HILL. Athletics 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 397 



New Crew Meets 
University Demand 

Capturing events of the year not 
only for the MILESTONE and East- 
ern Progress but also the Office of 
Public Affairs, the photographic 
staff was kept at a constant pace 
racing to meet each appointment. 

Larry Bailey, a former student 
staff member, headed the depart- 
ment as University Photographer 
adjusting to his new role while 
training and guiding an almost 
totally fresh crew. Mr. Bailey fought 
mechanical break-downs in the de- 
veloping room most of the year as 
well as late arriving supply orders. 
Despite the pressures of deadlines 
and other troubles, the photog- 
raphers completed their work turn- 
ing out masses of prints making 
the 1972 MILESTONE possible. 

Top: DAN QUIGG. Right: DON WALLBAUM 





398 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 





Left: LARRY BAILEY. University Photographer. 
Above: IIM SHEPHERD 



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THE CLASSES OF 1972 



Cut-Rate Theatre Trips For Seniors 



For the second consecutive year the Class 
of 1972 elected Art Cassill, Business Educa- 
tion major from Carlisle, Ohio, president. 
Under his leadership the class was twice 
given the opportunity for a night at the Win- 
chester Barn-Dinner Theatre at less than 
half-price. As a special project, the class 
contributed money toward filling Christmas 
baskets for local families in conjunction 
with Richmond firemen. 

As in the past, the class gave to the Medita- 
tion Chapel Fund. At an early fall meeting 



the constitution was amended in a fashion 
that abolished the document. 

Few seniors began the year with the usual 
air of senior slump, by second semester even 
this little group looked forward to the im- 
mediate future. Many kept Eastern's place- 
ment office busy with interviews reaching 
any imaginable field. The graduate office 
helped interested seniors apply for entrance 
and guided undecided applicants to bene- 
ficial programs of study. 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Patty Taylor, Treasurer; Connie Palsgrove, Secretary; [udy Wessel. Vice-Presidenl: Art Cassill, President. 



402 SENIORS/CLASS OFFICERS 




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MILLIE E. ABNER, Stanton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOANNE COVINGTON ABNEY, Richmond 

B.B.A. Office Administration 
PAUL JAMES ADAMO, Huntington, W.Va. 

A.B. Sociology 
BETSY HACKER ADAMS, Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 

CAROL SUE ADAMS, Richmond 

B.B.A. Office Administration 
MATTIE LOU ADAMS, Premium 

A.B. English 
ALBERT B. ADELGREN, Lakewood, N.Y. 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
JAMES CALVIN ADRIAN, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 

BERTEE ADKINS, Harold 

B.S. Business Education 
ELEANOR R. AGEE, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
PATRICIA SHARON ALEXANDER, Ravenna 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM M. ALEXANDER, Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 

WILLIAM CHRIS ALFORD, Waynesburg 

B.S. Business Education 
DIANA LYNN ALLEN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ETHEL MAY ALLEN, Clay City 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RUTH ANN ALLEN, Brodhead 

A.B. German 

WILLIAM RANGE ALLEN, Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
JONATHAN DALE ALSUP, Milton 

B.B.A. General Business 
DEBORAH MARIE AMATULLI, Dayton, O. 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
ELIZABETH PAUL AMBROSE. Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

JEANETTE LEE ANDERSON, California 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RALPH ANDERSON, Crab Orchard 

B.S. Agriculture 
WILLIAM HENRY ANDERSON, Louisville 

A.B. History 
KERRY T. ANNESS, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Industrial Education 

JEAN ANN ANSLEY, Kenton, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
DALE CARTER ARCANGELI, Interlaken, N.Y. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH A. ARMSTRONG, Bloomington, Ind. 

B.B.A. Marketing 
WILLIAM C. ASHLEY, Valley Station 

B.S. Physical Education 



SENIORS/ABN-ASH 403 



JIM E. AUSTIN, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
MARLENE DENISE AUSTIN, Louisville 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
THOMAS E. AVERITT, JR., Thomson, Ga. 

B.S. Pre-Medical Science 
WILLIAM T. BACK, Jackson 

B.B.A. General Business 

CARLOS A. BADESSICH, Mendozs, Arg. 

A.B. Spanish 
CAROLYN BAGWELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH LOUISE BAILEY, Demossville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEVONA LYNN BAILEY, Louisville 

B.S. Special Education and Elementary Ed. 

CHARLES DENVER BAKER, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Medical Technology 
JAMES MICHAEL BAKER, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ROBERT JOHN BAKER, North Bend, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SONDRA L. BAKER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ELIZABETH ANN BALLARD, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT H. BALLARD, Lancaster 

B.B.A. General Business 
MARILYN DAY BANNISTER, Paris 

B.S. Business Education 
JACK RUSSELL BARBER, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 

JEAN WOODSON BARCLAY, Richmond 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
BONNIE SUE BARD, Erlanger 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH WINKLE BARKER, Irvine 

B.S. Business Education 
KATHRYN BARKER, Paintsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

TOMMY BARKER, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GERALD EUGENE BARNES, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
JENNY LEE BARNETT, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVEN PAUL BARNHART, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

CHARLES ALBERT BARR, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ROGER L. BASHAM, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
WILLIAM KENNETH BATTE, Cynthiana 

B.S. Agriculture 
CLIFFORD GODFREY BAUER, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 




404 SENIORS/AUS-BAU 



Keys Are An Important Part Of Moving In 




DANIEL JOSEPH BAUR, Athens, Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 
JEANNE THOM BAYER, Baltimore, Md. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CLIFFORD VINCENT BECKHAM, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LINDA FAYE BEECHBOARD, Monticello 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DWIGHT MERLE BEGLEY, Lebanon 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DEBORAH EILEEN BEHYMER, Hillsboro, O. 

A.B. Library Science 
DENNIS WAYNE BELCHER, Beattyville 

A.B. Sociology 
LENISE ROSE BELL, Louisville 

A.B. History 







Seniors often work at dorm desks assisting housemothers; this coed issues keys during dormitory check-in fall semester. 



SENIORS/BAU-BEL 405 



Parents Can Be Helpful 



ROBERT JOEL BELLMAN, Wilmore 

B.B.A. General Business 
BARRY KENT BENJAMIN, Alexandria 

B.M.E. Music Education 
JACK T, BENNINGS, Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
RUSSELL OWEN BENTHEY, Topmost 

B.B.A. Marketing 

CESSIE M. BENTLEY, Kite 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN ALLEN BENTLEY, Albion, New York 

B.S. Agriculture 
LINDA ANN BENTLEY, South Ports 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA ROPER BENTLEY, Louisville 

B.S. Special Education and Elementary Ed. 





Parents and male students join forces to help co-eds move in. 



40fi SENIORS/BEL-BEN 




SANDRA LEE BERRY, Ghent 

A.B. Historv and Social Science 
WANDA LOUISE BERRY, Ghent 

B.S. Business Education 
KEITH TITUS BERTRAND. Arima, Trinidad 

B.S. Psychology 
ANNA MARIE BIBBS, Louisville 

A.B. English 

EARL WAYNE BINDER, London 

B.B.A. General Business 
BETTY A. C. BINGHAM, Barbourville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA JOYCE BLACKWOOD, Cincinnati, O. 

B.B.A. Management 
PATRICIA ELLEN BLOCK, Williamsburg, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BETTIE BLOUNT, Danville 

A.B. Social Work 
CAROLYN LEE BOGGESS, Greenville 

A.B. Social Work 
MARGARET WIRES BOGLE, Lexington 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
DAVE JOHN BOKELMAN, Cincinnati, O. 

B.S. Physical Education 

JUDY CAROL BORDERS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVEN K. BORING, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PAMELA KAY BOSTICK, Lebanon, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN C. BOWERS, Alexandria 

A.B. History 

LINDA HEILMAN BOYD, Alexandria 

B.S. Business Education 
CLYDE WILLARD BOYLES, South Shore 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ELINDA CRAFT BOYLES, South Shore 

B.S. Business Education 
ALLIE FRANCES BRADSHAW, Frankfort 

A.B.English 

BARBARA ANN BRAY, Butler 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL W. BREEDEN, Ludlow 

B.S. Physical Education 
DONNY RAY BREEDING, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 
GARY DONALD BREWER, Louisa 

B.S. Business Education 

LARRY KASH BREWER, Stanton 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CLAUDIA LENIECE BRITTON, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KURT HOWARD BROERING, Cold Springs 

B.S. Mathematics 
SANDRA JOAN BROOKE. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/BER-BRO 407 



ALICE M. BROOKS, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LESLIE C. BROSIUS, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOANNE COLLINS BROTHERS, Versailles 

A.B. Political Science 
PATRICIA H. BROUGHTON, Paint Lick 

B.S. Business Education 

BARTLEY R. BROWN, Hebron 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JEANETTE BROWN, Paris 

A.B. English 
MICHAEL C. BROWN, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
PHILLIP EDWARD BROWN, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business 

TIM CHARLES BROWN, Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM DAVIS BROWN, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
ALICE ANN BROYLES, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DARLENE ANN BRUCE, Louisville 

A.B. History 

PEGGY LYNN BRUCE, Corbin 

A.B. English 
CHARLES SAMUEL BRUNKER, Cynthiana 

B.B.A. Accounting 
GEORGE C. BRYANT, Burnside 

B.S. Recreation 
GLENDA RAE BRYANT, Yosemite 

B.S. Biology 

JAMES D. BRYANT, Louisville 

B.S. Agriculture 
KAREN MADRAS BRYANT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT G. BUCHMAN, Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
ANNE ELIZABETH BUCKHOLZ, Frankfort 

A.B. Social Work 

BARBARA ANN BUDKE, Covington 

B.M.E. Music Education 
DOROTHY A. BULCHER, Versailles, Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
JUDITH ANN BULLOCK, Brodhead 

B.S. Physical Education 
DEBRA LEE BUNKER, Lancaster 

B.S. Physical Education 

DAVID P. BURCHFIELD, West Chester, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 
WILLIAM PAUL BURCKLE, Lexington 

B.S. Accounting 
ANNE K. BURDETTE, Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANICE ORIENDA BURDETTE, Lancaster 

B.S. Dietetics 




408 SENIORS/BRO-BUR 



A Generous Hand Is A Welcome Sight 




ROTC workers sometimes are used for other purposes than directing traffic 
and giving information. 



SENIORS 409 



Registration Can Be A Hassle 



BARRY LEE BURKETT, Somerset 

A.B. Political Science 
SUZANNE ROSE BURKHART, Valley Station 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ANN LYNN BURKHEAD, Mt. Washington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA SUE BURTON, Dayton 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SHERRILL LYNNE BURTON, Monticello 

B.S. Biology 
ELIZABETH B. BUSCHEMEYER, Louisville 

A.B. Drama and Speech 
BARRY LYNN BUSH, Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JOHN THOMAS CAHILL, Levittown, Pa. 

B.S. Physical Education 

WILLIAM REED CALDWELL, Paris 

B.S. Agriculture 
PATRICIA ELAINE CALICO, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
R. KIP CAMERON, Hopkinsville 

A.B. Political Science 
CHARLES KIRBY CAMM, Louisville 

A.B. Drama and Speech 




Senior Elementary Education major, I.inda Fleming, 
center, goes through her last registration hefore student 
leaching. 



410 SENIORS/BUR-CAM 





DIANE CAMPBELL, Mt. Sterling 

A.B. Art 
GEORGE BERNARD CAMPBELL, Hazard 

A.B. Social Work 
JEROME M. CAMPBELL, Middlesboro 

A.B. History and Social Science 
LARRY JOE CAMPBELL, Richmond 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Rec. 

LINDA KAY CAMPBELL, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
CATHERINE M. CANDLER, Stanford 

B.S. Business Education 
DEBBY KAY CANTRILL, Fairborn, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANICE CARPENTER, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JASPER CARPENTER, Jackson 

B.S. Accounting 
PATRICIA ANN CARR, Williamsburg 

A.B. Journalism 
FRANCIS JERRY CARRICO, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
BARBARA JO CARTWRIGHT, Akron, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 




SENIORS/CAM-CAR 411 



Bookstore Is Stop After Registration 



REBECCA LYNN CARTWRIGHT, Akron, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CLAUDINNIA B. CASH, Brodhead 

B.S. Elementary Education 
OTTIS WILLIAM CARVER, JR., Belfry 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ARTHUR D. CASSILL, Carlisle, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 

CHERYL LYNN CASTLE, Paintsville 

A.B. English 
JANET ELAINE CASWELL, Paris 

A.B. History and Social Science 
MARCIA C. CAUDILL, Whitesburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JO ANNE CAVALIER, Huntington, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 




Students look for necessary books and supplies in campus 
bookstore. 




412 SENIORS/CAR-CAV 




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ARLIEG. CAVE, Florence 

B.B.A. General Business 
CHARLES M. CECIL, St. Francis 

A.B. Political Science 
JOHN ROBERT CECIL, New Haven 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiologv 
JOHN T. CENTER, Campion 

A.B. Geography 

BRENDA LOU CENTERS, Stanton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LYDIA HUGUELY CHANDLER, Richmond 

B.S. Psychology 
WENDELL T. CHANEY, Centerville, Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
CARL DEAN CHAPLIN, Richmond 

B.S. Chemistry 

MARY LEE CHILDERS, Louisville 

A.B. Art 
EVELYN LOUISE CHRISMAN. Sand Gap 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL W. CLARK, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MURRAY BRUCE CLARK, JR., Mt. Washington 

B.B.A. Management 

MINNIE L. CLAY, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL ALLEN CLAYTON, Lenoxburg 

B.S. Biology 
DELORES JUNE CLEVINGER, Breaks, Va. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DANIEL J. COALT, Englewood, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business 

SARAH MARGARET COBB, Ft. Mitchell 

A.B. Art 
THOMAS H. COFFEY, Bond 

B.S. Agriculture 
EVELYN BEATRICE COLE, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
GILLIAM LEE COLE, Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

MAXINE H. COLEMAN, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHEN W. COLEMAN, Finchvillc 

B.S. Horticulture 
WILLIAM M. COLLINS, Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
TED LYNN COLVIN, Foster 

B.S. Agriculture 

IANTAH SUE COMBS, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JERALD F. COMBS, Whitesburg 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
JOYCE E. COMBS, Eaton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LEXENET. COMBS, Houston 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SENIORS/CAV-COM 413 



PATRICK DALE COMBS, Kettering, O. 

B.S. Physical Education 
LAURA J. COMPTON, Phelps 

B.S. School Health 
LARRY COOPER CONNER, N. Middletown 

A.B. Political Science 
KERRY ALLYNE COOPER, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

JUDY LYNN COREY, Dayton, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 
MELVA A. CORNELIUS, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DIANA CAROL CORNETT, Cawood 

A.B. Art 
SANDRA SUE CORNETT, London 

A.B. Drama and Speech 

BRENDA CAROLYN CORNETTE, Paintsville 

B.S. Mathematics 
PATRICIA MARIE CORNWELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDITH ROSE COSBY, Richmond 

B.B.A. General Business 
D. MARIE COVINGTON, Georgetown 

B.S. Physical Education 

JOHN M. COYLE, Portsmouth, O. 

B.B.A. Management 
BRENDA KAY CRAFT, South Shore 

B.S. Home Economics 
NORMA SUE CRAFT, Whitesburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JON MICHAEL CRAIG, New Albany, Indiana 

A.B. German 

MARTY ALLEN CRAIG, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
SANDRA M. CRAIG, Jeannette, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Art 
CHARLOTTE F. CRAIN, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID PATRICK CRAVEN, Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Finance 

DEBORAH ELLEN CREED, Russell 

A.B. Social Work 
KATHLEEN LYNETTE CREGER, Eminence 

A.B. English and Spanish 
SHIRLEY LYN CRIGLER, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES H. CROSS, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 

DONNA F. CROSSFIELD, Lawrenceburg 

A.B. Social Work 
MARGARET ANN CROUCHER, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
DOUGLAS LYNN CROWE, Winchester 

B.B.A. Finance 
CAROLYN GOODNIGHT CRUSE, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 




414 SENIORS/COM-CRU 



Warm Weather Is Irresistible To Students 




JACKIE REIFSNYDER CRUSE. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TERRY H. CUMMINS, Mt. Vernon 

A.B. Music 
CONNIE S. CUNDIFF, Liberty 

B.S. Psychology 
CATHIE DAKEL, Maineville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

CECELIA JASPER DALTON. Nancy 

A.B. Art 
ROBERT DANIEL, Corbin 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
THOMAS H. DANIELSON, Lakewood, N.Y. 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
DIANE DAVIS, Mt. Sterling 

B.S. Mathematics 




Student activity in ravine reflects warm fall davs. 



SENIORS/CRU-DAV 415 




Tired and thirsty, a player takes a break from the Powder Puff football same 
sponsored by Sigma Nu during registration week. 



416 SENIORS 



Coeds Play Football In Powder Puff Game 




JAMES JOSEPH DAVIS, Homestead, Pa. 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY ARNOLD DAVIS, Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MITTIE ROBERTA DAVIS, Paducah 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BEATRICE ROSE DAY, Whitesburg 

B.S. Mathematics 

KEITH DAY, Crab Orchard 

B.S. Physical Education 
JAMES ALLEN DEAN. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
WILLIAM EARL DEATHERACE, Georgetown 

B.S. Industrial Education 
EVELYN RUTH DEBELL. Mt. Washington 

A.B. History 

JAN LOUISE DEEB, Gainesville, Florida 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL K. DEEB, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
FLETCHER B. DENNIS, Grundy, Virginia 

A.B. History 
JAMES LEE DENNIS, Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 

CHERILYNN S. DERONDE, Loveland, Ohio 

A.B. History 
MILDRED ROBERTS DICK, Pueblo 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL JAMES DICKMAN, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Economics 
CONNIE J. DILS, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES BARTRAM DINGUS, Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JOHN N. DOGGENDORF, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
NEAL POWELL DONALDSON. Richmond 

A.B. Art 
CHARLES LINDSAY DORROH. Hopkinsville 

A.B. Political Science 

REGINA GAIL DOUGHERTY, Trenton, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
RICK DILLON DRAKE, Monticello 

A.B. Political Science 
ADELLA L. DRUM, Silver Grove 

B.S. Medical Technology 
JEFFREY MICHAEL DUFF, Lexington 

A.B. History 

RITA JEAN DULL, Gratis, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DARYL L. DUNAGAN, Monticello 

B.S. Physical Education 
PHYLLIS GAY DUNAWAY, Miamisburg, O. 

A.B. History 
FRANCIS GIRDNER DUNN, Barbourville 

B.S. Home Economics 



SENIORS/DAV-DUN 417 



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REX DUNN, Burgin 

B.S. Physics 
RODNEY KIRK DUNN, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
KATHY DUNSIL, McKee 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EMILY SUSAN DURRETT, Smithfield 

B.S. Biology 

KITTY BRIGHT DYEHOUSE, Lancaster 

A.B. English 
WILLIAM T. ECKLAR, Greenville, Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
DENISE DUNN EDWARDS, Gray 

B.S. Administrative Dietetics 
MARSHA LYNN EDWARDS, Eubank 

A.B. Sociology 

SUE CAROL EHRMAN, Fairview Park, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERTE. EKLE, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

A.B. Sociology 
JAMES ROSCO ELAM, Monticello 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JERRY RHODES ELAM, Monticello 

B.S. Industrial Education 





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418 SENIORS/DUN-ELA 




PAMELA BARNETT ELAM, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
WILLIAM V. ELAM, Northridge. Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
RON EDWARD ELBLE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Public Health 
BRENDA ROBERTS ELLIS, Moreland 

B.S. Business Education 

JESSL. ELLIS, Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Finance 
ROSEMARY ELAINE ELMER, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. English 
KENNETH L. ERNSPIKER. Jeffersontown 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MARSHA JO ESTRIDGE, Hyden 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CHARLOTTE M. ETHEREDGE, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BARBARA SUE EVANS, Shelbyville 

A.B. Sociology 
JAMES HERBERT EVANS JR., Danville 

A.B. Historv 
KATHERINE ELAINE EVANS, Georgetown 

A.B. Historv 




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SENIORS/ELA-EVA 419 



Flag Football Starts Men's Intramural Year 



LINDA C. FARLEY, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARTHA JO FAWLEY, West Alexandria, O. 

A.B. History 
MYRA GWEN FAEGANS, Lexington 

B.S. Recreation 
CHARLES VINCENT FEATHER, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

DONNA HORN FEGENBUSH, Harrodsburg 

A.B. Speech 
SHARRON TAYLOR FERMAN, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
CATHY C. FERRELL, Delaware, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EVA SIMONE FERRELL, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 





Excitement, action and teamwork of intramural football pulls independent men together. 



420 SENIORS/FAR-FER 




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RUSSELL FERRELL, Freeburn 

B.B.A. Management 
AUTHUR DENZIL FIELDS. JR.. Hamilton, O. 

A.B. English 
TERRY JEAN FISHER, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROY W. FITE, Lexington 

A.B. Sociology 

RUSSELL B. FITZPATRICK, Mt. Sterling 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
THOMAS ALLEN FITZPATRICK. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARK A. FLEMING, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 
RITA SUE FLORENCE. Falmouth 

B.S. Elementary Education 

STANLEY L. FORSYTHE, Williamstovvn 

B.S. Electronics 
KAREN LYN FORTNER, Ft. Mitchell 

A.B. English 
CAROL G. FOSSOX, Russell 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES CRAIG FOSTER. Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

CHARLOTTE DEANN FRALEY. Beattyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA BROOKSHIRE FRENCH. Hodgenville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SANDRA KAY FREYTAG. Alliance, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
NANETTE JEAN FRITZ, North Ridgeville, O. 

A.B. Drama and Speech 

NOVELLA BENTLEY FROMAN, Wayland 

A.B. Art 
JEAN A. FRONK, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JACK D. FROST, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT 'C. FROST. Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 

BETTY ANN FUGATE, Viper 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DALE FUGATE, Rowdy 

B.B.A. Accounting 
TAYLOR FURNISH, Vevay. Indiana 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ALICE LOUISE GABBARD, Jackson 

A.B. English 

JAMES WILLIAM GABHART, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
CYNTHIA RAE GAHRIS, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SUSAN M. GARLAND, East Loveland, Ohio 

A.B.English 
KRISTINE R. GARLING, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/FER-GAR 421 



WANDA F. GARR, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 
PHYLLIS JANE GARRETT, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B.English 
W. MARSHALL GARRETT, Bardstown 

B.S. Chemistry 
JANE ELLEN GAUCH, West Manchester, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 

FRED RICHARD GEHRON, Germantown, O. 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PATRICIA ANN GEIER, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work and French 
WALTER ALLEN GEIGERT, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S. Psychology 
PATRICK A. GERON, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

MARY BETH GIBSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES L. GILBERT. Irvine 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GRADY GARRETT GILLESPIE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
M. GENE GILLESPIE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

PAMELA GAIL GILLISPIE, Paris 

B.S. Dietetics 
SHELIA E. GINTER, Mt. Sterling 

B.S. Physical Education 
LARRY WADE GITHERMAN, Carrollton 

A.B. Historv 
GLORIA FAYE GLASS, Middletown, Ohio 

A.B. English 

DAVID MASON GOATLEY, Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT SHAW GOBLE, Prestonsburg 

B.S. Geology 
EARL DAVID GODSEY, Somerset 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
LARRY WAYNE GOINS, Newport 

A.B. English 

GENE A. GOLDSCHMIDT. Reading, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
ROBERT PAUL GOOD, Westfield, N.J. 

B.S. Wildlife; Management 
GARY GOODLETT, Taylorsville 

B.S. Agriculture 
REBECCA RUTH GOSHORN, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. English 

CI IARLES GRANT, Bellevue 

A.B. Social Science 
GAYLE ANN GRANT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCY KATHLEEN GRAVES. Talcum 

B.M.E. Music 
ROD GREEN, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




422 SENIORS/GAR-GRE 



Foggy Mornings Bring Mist And Umbrellas 








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ANNE GREGORY, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA DEES GRIFFIN, Shelbyville 

A.B. Historv and Social Sciences 
ROGER LEN GRIFFIN, Norton, Va. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LUCINDA JANE GRIGSBY, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BARBARA Y. GRIM, Paintsville 

B.S. Nursing and Dietetics 
RANDY G. GRIMME, Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
LARRY R. GRINGER, Louisville 

A.B. Georgraphv and B.S. Physical Education 
DVVIGHT ALBERT GRISSOM, Richmond, Va. 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

DEBRA KAY GROVE, Ormond Beach, Florida 

B.S. Home Economics 
DUANE ALAN GRUBER. Richwood, Ohio 

B.S. Wildlife 
MARILYN KAY HAAS, Richmond 

A.B. A-rt 
SUSAN KAY HAAS, Wauseon, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 




Coeds share umbrellas as they make their way across 
campus through fog and mist. 




SENIORS/GRE-HAA 423 



Band Day Attracts 
Young Participants 













Excitement of Band Day holds this young twirler's attention while resting her 
tired feet after her group finished performing. 



424 SENIORS 




TOLENE HACKER, Oneida 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ANN ROSS HAGAN, Paint Lick 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOANN HAIRSTON, Lexington 

B.S. Public Health 
CHARLOTTE JEAN HALFHILL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

RUTH CHESTEEN HALL. Ravenna 

B.S. Biology 
SHARON R. HALL, Warwick, Rhode Island 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHERREL KAY HALL, Ravenna 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TOMMY HALL, Kitts 

A. B. History and Library Science 

GEORGE WESLEY HALSEY, Richmond 

B.S. Physics and Mathematics 
ROBERT). HAMBLY, JR., Radcliffe 

A.B. Braodcasting and Political Science 
DANNY D. HAMILTON, Brooksville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
GLENDA CAROL HAMILTON. Fedscreek 

A.B. Library Science and Political Science 

GLORIA HAMILTON, Valley Station 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA ANN HAMILTON 1 . Loretto 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GARY RICHARD HAMMONDS, Louisa 

B.B.A. Management 
DONALD W. HAMPTON. Cynthiana 

B.S. Physical Education 

ELAINE B. HAMPTON. Cynthiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICK T. HAMPTON, Erlanger 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RALPH HANNAH, Inez 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JUDY HANSON, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ROBERT LESLIE HARDIN, Burgin 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
DENNIS GENE HARGROVE. LaGrange 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PEGGY ANN HARMON. Gravel Switch 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TERRI GAIL HARMON, Reading. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LEEANN HARRINGTON. Sharonville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
FRANCES G. HARRIS, Princeton 

A.B. Drama 
LAURETTA J. HARRIS, Louisville 

B.S. Textile and Design 
PENELOPE A. HASEKOESTER. Soulhgate 

A.B. Drama 



SENIORS/HAC-HAS 425 



GEORGE ROBERT HATHAWAY, Richmond 

B.B.A. Management 
NICK LEO HAVERKOS, Cincinnali, Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
BRIAN K. HAWLEY, Penn Yan. New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KATHLEEN ANN HAYDEN, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JUDY CAROL HAYS, Tyner 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROXANNE HEEKIN, Rockford. Illinois 

A.B. Art 
BARBARA ANN HEFFRON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CARYN ELAINE HELMS, McAndrews 

B.S. Home Economics 

EDGAR HEMBREE, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
YVONNE SUE HEMPFLING, Hebron 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANICE ELAINE HENSLEY, Williamstown 

B.S. Psychology 
BRENDA KAY HIBBERD, Louisville 

A.B. French 

CAROLYN SUE HIERONYMUS, McKee 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SUZANNE MELTON HIGGINS, Hopkinsville 

B.S. Physical Education 
SI ISAN DIANNE HINES, Goshen, Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SAMUEL L. W. HINKLE, Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 

CONNIE DALE HINKLEY, Eminence 

A.B. Sociology 
DIANE KAY HILL, Louisville 

A.B. Russian 
JAMES D. HILL, Ravenna 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
MONA LISA HILL, Brooksville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PATRICIA ANN HILL, Richmond 

A.B. English 
PATRICIA ANN HODGE, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JILL M. HOEFKER, Covington 

B.S. Dietetics 
ROBERT EDWARD HOFFMAN II, Cleves, O. 

B.S. Mathematics 

RONALD JOHN HOLIHAN, Camillus, N.Y. 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY D.HOLLAN, Austin, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
DONNA LEAH HOLLAND, Campbellsville 

B.S. Physical Education 
LENARD A. HOLLAND, Trotwood, Ohio 
■ B.S. Physical Education 




426 SENIORS/HAT-HOL 



Pomps And Chicken Wire Aid Float Builders 




GAIL RUTH HOLLOWELL, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. English 
LINDA IRENE HOLMES, Martinsville. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CARL ALBERT HOLOCH, Foster 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GWENDOLYN KAY HOOVER. Brookville. O. 

B.S. Physical Education 

CATHY DARLEEN HORNSBY. Tyner 

A.B. Drama and Speech 
EMILY ANNE HOURIGAN, Gravel Switch 

A.B.English 
JAN MARIE HOUSE, Richmond 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiologv 
HAROLD B. HOUSTON II, Louisville " 

A.B. Political Science 




Even seniors busy with their major courses and student teaching find time hi 
stuff pomps for Homecoming floats. 



SENIORS/HOL-HOU 427 






Cheerleaders Boost Spirit Among Students 



SUSAN LYNN HOUSTON, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BARBARA HARRISON HOWARD, Erlanger 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
CAROL JANE HOWARD, Loyall 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDNA MAY HOWARD, Louisville 

B.M.E. Music 

JAMES E. HOWARD, Hyden 

B.S. Physical Education 
STAN CLAY HOWELL, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
CAROL DEANNE HUBBARD, Cincinnati, O. 

A.B. History and Library Science 
BILLIE JEANHUDSON, Hardshell 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DEBORAH SUE HUENEFIELD, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. German 
JOYCE L. HUGHES, Louisville 

A.B. French 
JULIA ELAINE HUGULEY, Richmond 

A.B. Social Work 
MARSHA HELEN HUGULEY, Richmond 

A.B. Social Work 




Johnetta Geoghagan and Connie Haney cheer "We're 
number one!" with hopes of a championship. 




428 SENIORS/HOU-HUG 




SHERRY LYNN HUMPHREY, Hebron 

A.B. German 
MARVIN LEE HUNGATE. JR., Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
PHILLIP WAYNE HUNT, Mt, Vernon 

B.B.A. Management 
KAREN LYNN HUNTER, Louisville 

A.B. English 

LUTHER C. HUTCHERSON. Frankfort 

B.S. Physics 
BETTY S." HUTCHINSON, Martin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ARNOLD NEAL HUYSMAN, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Rec. 
KENNETH RICHARD IDLE, Dayton, O. 

B.S. Industrial Education 

ROBERT JACQUE IGLEHART, Hamilton, O. 

B.B.A. Business Management 
REBA H. INGRAM, London 

B.S. Home Economics 
ALICE COX INSKO, Owensboro 

B.S. Medical Technology 
HARRY CARROLL IRWIN, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




SENIORS/HUM-IRW 429 



Art Students Utilize Unusual Objects 



VICTORIA ELLEN IRWIN, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN EDWARD ISAACS, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
CARLTON E. ISON, Louisa 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
MARY AVIS JACINA, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARK STEWART JACKSON, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 
JOHN D. JAMES, Louisville 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
JUDITH CLAIRE JAMES, Campbellsville 

A.B. Political Science 
DAPHNE JEFFRIES, Hustonville 

B.S. Elementary Education 





An art studenl makes a clay impression of a manhole cover. 



43(1 SENIORS/IRW-JEF 




MARY LOU JENNINGS, Paintsville 

A.B. English 
MARCIA JEAN JERVILLE, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GORDEN L. JETT, Valley Station 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
RICKI LYNN JETT, Mt. Olivet 

A.B. Social Work 

DONALD C. JEWELL, Mt. Eden 

B.B.A. Marketing 
BARRY CREGG JOHNS, Pikeville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CAROL ANN JOHNSON. London 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
STEPHEN JOHNSON III, Oberlin, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 

CHERYL ELAINE JONES, Gettysbury, Ohio 

A.B. English 
NANCY ANN JONES, Henderson 

B.S. Health, Physical Education and Rec. 
SHARON B. JONES, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARTHA ANN JORDAN!, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARSHA DIANN JUSTICE, Pikeville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JERRY LELAND KALLOP, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KATY L. KARRICK, Lexington 

B.S. Child Development 
JOHN MICHAEL KEARNS, Cynthiana 

A.B. Political Science 

NORMA ROBERTS KECK, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA JEAN KEES, Alexandria 

B.S. Phvsical Education 
N. FAYRENE KEITH, Parkers Lake 

B.S. School Health 
KAREN ANN KELLERMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NANCY SUE KELLEY, Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Home Economics 
RALPH D. KELLY, Pikeville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT D. KELLY, Jamestown, New York 

B.B.A. Finance 
MARY CARMEL KESSLER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BETTINA E. KIDD, Falmouth 

A.B. Art 
EVELYN M. KIDD, Corbin 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SHARYAN LEE KIDD, Pine Knot 

B.S. Psychology 
GOLDIECRAIG KIDWELL, Walton 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/JEN-KID 431 



GARNARD C. KINCER, JR., Haymond 

A.B. Braodcasting 
JANICE E. KINDER, Twenty Mile Stand, O. 

A.B. Social Work 
ADDIE R.KING, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHIRLEY RAE KING, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PAULA SUE KINKER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 
JUDY LYNN KINMAN, Burlington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DOROTHY ALICE KINMON, Dry Ridge 

B.S. Physical Education 
KENNETH CHARLES KLEIN, Cincinnati, O. 

B.B.A. Accounting 

JOAN KAY KLEINE, St. Peter, Minnesota 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL J. KLOPFER, Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
SHIRLEY MAY KNAUER, Williamsburg, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
THOMAS CHARLES KNOWLES, Hazard 

B.B.A. Marketing 

BARBARA I. KNUDSEN, Owensville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education and Psychology 
BERNARD R. KOHLS, Newport 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
STEPHEN GEORGE KONNFELD, Linden, N. 

A.B. History 
ALICE KEITH KRAIG, Louisville 

B.M.E. Music Education 

DANNY LEE KRAMER, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RICHARD S. KRUCKER, Hamilton, Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
KAREN LYNN KUCHENBROD, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
KRISAND LYNN KUNST, Springfield, Ohio 

A.B. Geography 

DAVID LEE LAKE, St. Albans, West Virginia 

B.B.A. Business 
TERRY L. LAKE, St. Albans 

B.S. Psychology 
MARYANNE LAMB, Erlanger 

A.B. Art 
ELLEN LYNN LAMPTON, Evansville, Ind. 

A.B. French 

GLORIA JEAN LAND, Richmond 

B.M.E. Music Education 
BRENDA GALE LANDRUM, Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DANNY DALE LANE, Campton 

B.B.A. Management 
DENNIS L. LANE, Beloit, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 




432 SENIORS/KIN-LAN 



Crowd Enjoys Smokey Robinson Backup 




MICHAEL N. LANFERSIEK, Cincinnati. O. 

A.B. History 
ANDREA LANGHORST, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
KAREN ANN LATIMER, Williamstown 

B.S. Home Economics 
SUZANNE M. LAVALLEE, Valley Station 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PATSY LEE LAWSON, Williamsburg 

A.B. History and Library Science 
CLAUDE RICHARD LAY" JR., Cumberland 

B.B.A. General Business 
KATHY JO LEACH, Paris 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN COOK LEAKE. Raywiek 

B.S. Industrial Education 




Backup crew tries to hold the audience in anticipation of the arrival of 
Smokev and the Miracles. 



SENIORS/LAN-LEA 433 



Students Take URE For Graduate School 



RICE WELLINGTON LEAR, Burgin 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LONNIE SUE M. LEFEVERS, Pineville 

A.B. Sociology 
PEGGY ANN LEMAY, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JILL ANNE LEUNIG, Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 

DAVID E. LEWIS, Paducah 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DUANE ANTHONY LEWIS, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
SHIRLEY M. LEWIS, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics and A.B. Social Work 
CLAYTON K. LICHTENBERGER, North 

Tonawanda, N.Y.; B.M.E. Music Education 

LINDA J. LIGHTNER, West Milton, Ohio 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
KATHERINE LIPPS, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD R. LISI, Westfield, Massachusetts 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CAROLE ANN LITTLE, Germantown 

B.S. Home Economics 




Seniors ponder over questions on the Undergraduate 
Record Examination. 



434 SENIORS/LEA-LIT 





DAVID STEVEN LITTLE, Hamilton, Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 
PATSY Y. LITTLE, Albany 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETTY CAROL LITTLETON, Covington 

B.S. Medical Technology 
RITA GAYLE LIVINGOOD, Carlisle 

B.S. Elementary Education 

LARRY GORDON LOCKNANE. Erlanger 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
BILLY RUSSELL LOCKRIDGE, Richmond 

B.B.A. General Business 
CARLA Y. LOFTIS.Toler 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARGIE BOB LOGAN, Wheelwright 

B.S. Physical Education 

GWEN GILMORE LONG, Ashland 

B.S Physical Education 
JANE REY LONG, Cape Coral, Florida 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHARLES WAYNE LOVELY, Middlesboro 

B.S. Physical Education 
DONNA M. LOWE, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




SENIORS/LIT-LOW 435 



Mid-Semester Grades Are Sometimes Surprising 



DAVID LAMONT LYONS, Pleasureville 

B.S. Agriculture 
BRENDA SUE LYNCH, Lexington 

B.S. Agriculture 
CAROLYN S. LYNCH, Booneville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM T. MCALLISTER, Florence 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

PAULA McCANN, Lockport, Illinois 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD L. McCARREN, Harveysburg, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DANNY ALLEN McCLAIN, Paris 

A.B. Regional Planning 
DONNA D. McCLANAHAN, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 





A student takes time to recover from unexpected deficiency. 



436 SENIORS/LYO-McC 




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DAVID RUSSELL McCLELLAND, Lancaster 

A.B. Geography 
ROBERT W. McCLOUD, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PEGGY ANNE McCLURE, Erlanger 

B.S. Home Economics 
JOHN B. McCONAHA, Parksville 

B.S. Industrial Education 

NANCY HELEN McCONNELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETH ANN McCORMACK, Henderson 

B.S. Home Economics 
GARY WAYNE McCORMICK, Alexandria 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MICHELE ALIVIA McCRARY, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 

DEBORAH HALCOMB McDONALD, McKee 

A.B. Sociology 
DEBORAH JAN McDONALD, Harlan 

B.S. Business Education 
RICHARD CURTIS McDONALD, Liberty 

B.S. Business Education 
SUSAN FOUST McDONALD, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SHEILA S. McFARLAND, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Business Education 
BILLY WARD McGAFFEE, Pineville 

B.S. Business 
VICTORIA LEE McGUIRE, Erlanger 

B.S. EJementarv Education 
RUBY McINTYRE, Viper 

A.B. Sociology 

BEVERLY J. McKEE, Latonia 

A.B. English 
PAUL NELSON McKEE, Latonia 

B.S. Physical Education 
PEGGY ANN McKEE, Lebanon, Ohio 

A.B. English 
ADELE LEE McKINNEY, Greenup 

B.S. Medical Technology 

BETTY JO McKINNEY, Brodhead 

A.B. English 
JAMES W. McKINNEY, JR., Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. Business Management 
BARBARA JANE McNABB, Erlanger 

B.S. Child Development 
JUDITH ANN McNICOL, Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 

MICHAEL R. McREYNOLDS, Elizabethtown 

B.B.A. General Business 
CONSTANCE FAYE McVICKER, Danville 

B.S. Recreation 
WILLIAM MICHAEL McVICKER, Danville 

A.B. Geography 
ELIZABETH ANN MACDONALD, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics 

SENIORS/McC-MAC 437 



Library Directory Assists Lost Students 



JAMES C. MACKENZIE, Quarry Heights, N.Y 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
JANICE M. MADISON, Albany 

B.S. Home Economics 
DEBBY C. MANION, Louisville 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
CHRISTINE F. MANNEN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES V. MARCKET, New Lexington, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CAROLELYNN MARCUM, Beattyville 

B.S. Medical Technology 
INA JO MARCUM, Vicco * 

B.S. Physical Education 
RICHARD LEE MARKS, Georgetown, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 

CHARLES M. MARSHALL, JR.. Louisville 

A.B. Sociologv 
GINGER LEE MARTIN, Jeff ersontown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT M. MASSENGALE, Somerset 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
PEGGY J. MATHES, Kettering, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 

ANNE VAVRA MATHIS, Cleveland. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT JAMES MATHIS, Jamestown. N.Y. 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
BRENDA L. MATTINGLY. St. Francis 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CONNIE MATTINGLY. Owensboro 

B.S. Health Education 

HERB MATTINGLY, Lebanon 

B.S. Chemistry 
GARRY LYNN MAY, Battle Creek, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PATRICK MAY, JR., Louisa 

B.S. Mathematics 
DOUGLAS C. MEADE, JR., Paintsville 

B.B.A. Accounting 

PAT L. MEADE, Paintsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN J. MEAK, Uniondale, N.Y. 

B.B.A. Management 
NEWTON E. MEDBURY, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
EUGENE MEADE, Jackhorn 

A.B. History 

JERALD M. MESSER, Pineville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CHERYL M. METCALF, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LEO JOSEPH METCALF, Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 
NANCY MARIE METZ, Brookville, Indiana 

B.S. Home Economics 



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MARCIA ANNE MIDDLETON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHERYL ANN MILLER, Gratis. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
GEORGE RANDALL MILLER, South Shore 

B.B.A. Business Management 
JAMES PATRICK MILLER, Louisville 

B.S. Agriculture 

ANNE LOWE MILTON, Springfield 

B.B.A. Marketing 
KAREN DIANE MINOR, Mannsville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
EVA TITT MITCHELL, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BENJAMIN A. MOFFETT, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology 





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440 SENIORS/MID-MOF 




DANNY ARTHUR MOGG. Albany 

B.S. Biology 
PATRICIA MONTGOMERY, Greensburg 

A.B.English 
HARRY EUGENE MOORE, Maysville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ROGER DALE MOREFIELD, Paris 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

SYLVIA MORENO, Pineville 

A.B. Social Work 
GAIL MARIE MORGAN, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. Art 
LAWRENCE E. MORRELL, Louisville 

B.B.A. Finance 
MARY ANN MOSSBARGER, New Holland, 

B.S. Elementary Education 



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ALISON ANN MOSTER, Brookvilie, 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM C. MUELLER, Homer City. Pa. 

A.B. Social Work 
DENNIS WORTH MULLINS, Erlanger 

B.S. Physical Education-Corrective Therapy 
DEBORAH LEE MUNSEY, Somerset 

A.B. Social Work 

CHARLES E. MURPHY, Covington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JUDY L. MURPHY, Covington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CAUSAUNDRAG. MURRELL, Lexington 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
GENE D. MUSIAL, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Political Science 

HANNELORE MYATT, Tompkinsville 

B.S. Business Education 
CAROL ELAINE MYERS, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID H. MYERS, New Vienna, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHARLES PAUL NADORFF, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

VICKI LEE NANCE, Pikeville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KATHY LYNN NEEDLES, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH LYNN NELSON. Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY LOUISE NICHOLS, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MICHAEL RAY NICHOLS, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BARBARA JOAN NICKELL, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CATHERINE S. NICKELL, Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA C. NICKELL. Daysboro 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/MOG-NIC 441 



REGINA THOBEN NIEHAUS, Louisville 

B.S. Dietetics 
SUSAN CAROL NEIHOFF, Louisville 

A.B. German and Spanish 
FRANK B. NIEMEYER, JR., Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ROBERT MICHAEL NIEMEYER, Covington 

B.S. Psychology 

FREDDA ANN NIKIRK, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD H. NOELCKE, Denver, Colorado 

B.S. Psychology 
GARYT. NOLAND, Stanford 

B.S. Physical Education 
BECKY ANN OAKES, New Carlisle, Ohio 

A.B. History and Library Science 

ROBYN KIDWELL OATLEY, Covington 

B.M.E. Music Education 
CAROL DIAMOND O'DELL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM J. OTJONNELL, Ridgewood. N.J. 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
CAROL LOCKNANE OLIVER, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CHARLES F. OSBORNE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
GLENDA FAY OSBORNE. Brodhead 

A.B. Political Science 
KAREN M. OSBORNE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Art and Political Science 
MICHAEL BERRY OSBORNE, Clyde, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 

STEVE W. OSBORNE, Hvden 

A.B.English 
S. JOAN OVERSTREET, Louisville 

B.B.A. General Business 
SAUNDRA M. OVERSTREET, Lancaster 

A.B. English 
MARLENE F. OWEN, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MORRIS WAYNE OWEN. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
KEN RAY OWENS, Monticello 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
EFFIE SUE PADGETT, Georgetown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROSS CHARLESPAHNKE, Burbank, Illinois 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



GARYDOUGLASPALMER, Earlington 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
CONNIE LYNNE PALSGROVE, Vandalia, 

B.S. School Health 
JO ANN PARK, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
MICHAEL FREEMAN PARK, Richmond 

B.B.A. General Business 



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442 SENIORS/NIE-PAR 



Students Find Time To Share Experiences 




EARLENE FRANCES PARKE, Richmond 

A.B.English 
BILL JACK PARKER, Blackey 

B.S. Physics 
RITA LAURA PARKER, Berea 

B.S. Recreation 
JERRY LYNN PARKS, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 

MICHAEL STEPHEN PARKS, Richmond 

A.B. Journalism 
CLAUDIA SUE PARRETT, Franklin, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DIANA LYNN PARSONS, Louisville 

A.B. Art 
THURMAN MENDELL PARSONS, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 




Seniors Marsha Huguley and Toni Chambers chat about dormitory life and classes. 



SENIORS/PAR-PAR 443 



Students Express Talents Through Dancing 



TWYLA LOU PARSONS, Clay City 

B.S. Mathematics 
RONNIE RAY PARTIN, Williamsburg 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CAROLYN JOAN PATRICK, Lexington 

A.B. English 
JERRY MICHAEL PATTON, McDowell 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

DONALD ALAN PAULIN, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN DOUGLAS PAYNE, Louisville 

A.B. Art 
GARY ARNOLD PEAKE, Fleming 

A.B. History 
THOMAS C. PEARSON, Carthage, Indiana 

B.S. Industrial Education 

DONALD EVANS PELLY, Fern Creek 

B.S. Biology 
DAVID LEE PENDLETON, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT LYNN PENDYGRAFT, Danville 

A.B. Social Science 
JAMES LLOYD PENNINGTON, London 

A.B. Art 




Dance Theater members perform Halloween show in ravine. 




444 SENIORS/PAR-PEN 




CAROLYN LEE PERKINS, Owenton 

B.S. Physical Education 
LINDA GAIL PERRY, Valley Station 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARTA JEAN PERRY, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY RITA PETERSON, Lebanon 

B.S. Home Economics 

RICHARD E. PETREKOVIC, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Management 
BILL PETTER, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
CLAIRE F. PFEFFER, Maysville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TONYA SUE PHELPS, Russell 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ARNOLD PHILLIPS, JR., Phelps 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
JOHN HOWARD PHILLIPS, Winchester 

B.S. Wildlife 
GERMAINE PHILP. Bordentown, New Jersey 

B.S. Home Economics 
DEBORAH ANN PIERCE, London, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 




SENIORS/PER-PIE 445 



Ravine Proves Handy For Many Things 



GEORGE DAVID PIERCE, Cynthiana 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JANET MARIE PIKE, Jeffersontown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JEANNIE LOU PILANT, Richmond 

A.B. German 
NANCY L. PITCOCK, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JOYCE ORTH POFF, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
JEANNE RAE POHLMANN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementarv Education 
KATHY JUANITA POPPLEWELL, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES ROBERT PORTER, Stearns 

B.M.E. Music 





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The Ravine is Ihe holding grounds for a wide range of activilies. 



446 SENIORS/PIE-POR 




DAN DUANE POSTON, Burlington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RICHARD F. POTTS, Campbellsville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RICHARD LEE POTTS, Louisville 

B.B.A. Cata Processing 
MARTHA JANE POWELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

RAY E. POWELL, Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. Marketing 
VICKI GAY POWELL, Paducah 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
VAN ARTHUR POWERS, Cynthiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
DARYL LYNN POYNTER, Florence 

B.S. Elementary Education 

VERLA HELLARD POYNTER, Livingston 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KERRY WAYNE PRATHER, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
SHARON ANN PRATHER, Cynthiana 

B.S. Business Education 
DENNIS ALLEN PRESTON, Harrodsburg 

B.M.E. Music 

EDNA BRENT PREWITT, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CATHERINE MARIE PRICE, Carlisle, Ohio 

A.B. English 
DAVID SYLVESTER PRICE, Shelbyville 

B.S. Agriculture 
DEBORAH T. PRITCHETT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Textiles and Design 

MARY EVE PROFFITT, Paint Lick 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA BENTLEY PRUITT, Danville 

B.S. Home Economics 
ISHMAEL LEE PURCELL, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
THOMAS C. QUARLES, JR., Frankfort 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

WILLIAM THOMAS QUICK II, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
MELVYN FRANCISCO QUIERO, Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
LESLIE ANN RACE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BREHT GORDON RADER, Ostrander, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

RICHARD D. RAGAN, Frankfort 

B.S. Geology 
GREGORY K.'RAIRDEN, Slippery Rock, Pa. 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DIANNA LYNN RAMEY, Pikeville 

A.B.English 
ALFRED RAMIREZ, Allen Park, Michigan 

B.B.A. General Business 



SENIORS/POS-RAM 447 



ROBERTA LYNN RANDALL, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA LEE RANKIN, Stanford 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM RAY RATCLIFF, Corinth 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CAROLYN JEAN RAWLINS, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 

KENDRA JOAN REDDING, Frankfort 

B.S. Recreation 
LARRY KEITH REDFERN, Clarksville, Ohio 

A.B. History 
ROY ALLEN REDMOND, JR., Maysville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PHILLIP GAROLD REED, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. General Business 

BEN NOLAND REEVES, Lancaster 

A.B. English 
MARY KATHERINE REID, Henderson 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REBECCA ELAINE REINHEIMER, Foster 

A.B. History 
ROBERT MARK RELKEN, Middletown, Pa. 

B.B.A. Management 

CHERYL LYNN RENNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
GENE NEAL RICHMAN, Portland, Oregon 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CATHERINE A. RICHMOND, Brookville, Ind. 

A.B. Spanish 
MARSHA LYNN RIGGLE, Ashland 

B.M.E. Music 

EDWARD IVAN RIGSBY. Latham, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
SHARLEEN C. RIPPERDAN, Brandenburg 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SUSAN CARTER ROBERTS, Prestonsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES M. ROBERTSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 

SANDRA K. ROBERTSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
CAROL JEAN ROBINSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES D. ROBINSON, Florence 

B.S. Mathematics 
JOE FRANCIS ROBINSON, Mt. Vernon 

A.B. History 

MARILYN O. ROBINSON, Richmond 

A.B. Social Science 
PAUL RANDALL ROBINSON, Ft. Wright 

A.B. Broadcasting 
RUTH ELAINE ROBINSON, Gary, Indiana 

A.B. History 
SUE ANN RODMAN, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




448 SENIORS/RAN-ROD 



Second Semester Allots More Time 




NATALIE RODRIGUEA, Middlelown, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
LINDA JUNE ROLFES, Ludlow 

B.S. Special Education 
JANICE ANN ROGAN, Bardstovvn 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
DON ROGERS. London 

B.B. A. Marketing 

MARY TATE ROGERS, Greensburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES MYERS ROLLER. Gravel Switch 

B.B. A. Accounting 
NINA ILENE ROSE, Jackson, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
WILLIAM EDWARD ROSE, Beattyville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




Fifteen minutes between classes gives fellows more time for girl-watching. 



SEN'IORS/ROD-ROS 449 






CAROLE JORDAN ROSS, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
SUSAN LYNN ROSS, Ashland 

B.S. Special Education 
SUSAN JANE ROUTSON, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
GERALD L. ROWE, Georgetown 

B.S. Biology 

TERRY ALLEN ROWLETT, Bedford 

B.S. Agriculture 
MARY KAY ROY, Ingle 

A.B. Library Science and History 
BARBARA ANN ROYSE, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
ROSLYNRUH, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

KATHRYN RULON, Wilmington, Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
CHARLES MICHAEL RUSSELL, Danville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LEONARD ALONZO RUSSELL, Paris 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JANET LEE RYMELL, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SAMUEL D. SALVI ICCI, West Mifflin, Pa. 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT A. SAMMONS, South Shore 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
MARLA ELAINE SAMPLE, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ELMER E. SAMPSON, Harrodsburg 

A.B. Geography 

WILMA K. SANDERS, Milford. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FREDRICK LEE SANDUSKY, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
ELLEN MARIE SAUNDERS, Crestwood 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ESAWSAYLOR.Coxton 

B.S. Industrial Education 

JOHN H. SCARBOROUGH, Linwood, N.J. 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GERRY A. SCARINGI, Bronx, New York 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
BARBARA ANN SCHIEMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHANIE KAY SCHLOEMER, Frankfort 

B.S. Business Education 

CINDY ANN SCHLOSSER, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 
LYNNE MARIE SCHMIDT, Covington 

A.B. English 
ORVILLE KELLER SCHMIED JR., Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
JANET LEESCIGLIANE, Curundu, Canal Zone 

A.B. Geography 




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450 SENIORS/ROS-SCI 



Packed House Views Operatic Production 




"Amahl and the Night Visitors", one of the operas of the season, was pre- 
sented by the University Center Board and the music department. 



SENIORS 451 



Students Fill Stadium To View Colonels 



DANA KAY SCOTT, Dover 

B.S. Home Economics 
DIANNA KAY SCOTT, Milton 

B.S. Special Education and Elementary Ed. 
LINDA L. SEALS, Harlan 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CARL BRENT SEARS, Nicholasville 

B.S. Industrial Education 

CLYDE EDWARD SELLERS, Loveland, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DEBORAH ANN SENNET, Miamisburg, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOSEPH ARNOLD SETTLES, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
SHARON ANN SEVIER, Gray 

B.S. Rehabilitation 

JOHN KEEN SHACKELFORD, Richmond 

B.B.A. Finance 
RONALD W. SHEAROUSE, Hollywood, Fla. 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CATHY MAE SHELHART, Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONALD JAVAN SHELTON, Louisville 

A.B. History 




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Football crowds stick to short sleeves and sunglasses during the warm, sunny 
davs of fall. 



452 SENIORS/SCO-SHE 



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BRENDA M. SHEPHERD, Elkhorn City 

B.S. Dietetics 
PHYLLIS JOAN SHEPHERD, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Education 
MICHAEL A. SHERRARD, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SONDRA C. SHIELDS, Milford. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NANCY KATHERINE SHORT, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANET LYNN SHULL, Leeco 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT RAY SIDEBOTTOM, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JANET B. SIDERS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MICHAEL PAUL SIDERS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
JOSEPH WAYNE SIDLES, Paris 

B.B.A. Accounting 
E. SUSAN SIGLER, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
CAROLE LYNNE SILLER, Newport 

B.S. Home Economics 

BETTY J. SIMPSON, Richmond 

A.B. Sociology 
SHARI SIMPSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
M. CRAIG STEVEN SINGER, Richmond 

A.B. Historv 
WANITA MAE SIPE, Lexington 

A.B. History and Political Science 

CHARLES EDWARD SIPPLE, Bellevue 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
RANDAL ALVIN SIRCLE, Blanchester, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM SKINNER, JR., Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
GEORGE TILDEN SLONE, Piqua, Ohio 

B.S. Geology 

JOHNNIE OWEN SLONE, Pikeville 

B.S. Business Education 
LYNNE REED SLONE, Harrodsburg 

A.B. English 
JAMES MICHAEL SLUSS, Ashland 

B.B.A. Finance 
DAVID LEE SMALLWOOD, JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 

CARLOS RALPH SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CONNIE SUE SMITH, Crab Orchard 

A.B. Historv 
DAVID CRABTREE SMITH, Pendleton 

B.S. Agriculture 
DEBORAH KAREN SMITH, Burlington 

B.S. Mathematics 

SENIORS/SHE-SMI 453 



JOHN LYNN SMITH, London 

B.S. Agriculture 
LAMONDA DENISE SMITH, Bourbon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REGENIA SUE SMITH, Crab Orchard 

A.B. Social Science 
RHONDA CHRISTINE SMITH, Seymour, Ind. 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

THADDEUS M. SMITH, Winchester 

A.B. Historv 
VIRGINIA VAUGHN SMITH, Lawrenceburg 

A.B. Social Work 
WILMA JEAN SMITH, Manchester 

A.B. Social Work 
JANET ELAINE SMYERS, Louisville 

A.B. English 

ERMA JOYCE SNAPP, Cynthiana 

B.S. Business Education 
CATHARINE RUTH SNYDER, Wilmington, O. 

B.S. School Health 
SANDRA R. SOMMER, Madison, Indiana 

A.B. Philosophy 
JERRY RAYMOND SOWERS. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

DONALD RAY SPARKS, Xenia. Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 
GLENNA IRENE SPARKS, Booneville 

A.B. Sociology 
RAYMOND L. SPARNON. JR., Hackettstown, 

N.J.; A.B. Political Sci. and B.S. Economics 
EILEEN GAIL SPEAKE, Paint Lick 

B.S. Elementary Education 

GINGER L. SPRIGGS, Celina, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
EMMA EDINGTON SPRINGATE, Sinai 

B.S. Home Economics 
SUE MOBERLY SPURLOCK, Richmond 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
BERMA L. STAHL, Charlottesville, Virginia 

B.S. Therapeutic Recreation 

TIMOTHY LEE STANFORD, Hebron 

B.S. Special Education 
PAUL SHEPPARD STANSBURY, Fern Creek 

A.B. History 
DAVID LEE STAPLETON, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
PATRICIA JANE STAYTON, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 

DONALD EDWARD STEELE, Florence 

B.S. Chemistry 
LEE ALLEN STEELE, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ELIZABETH T. STEFANICS, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
WANDA JO STEPHENS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 




454 SENIORS/SMI-STE 



Students Display Work For Education 




CAROL ANN STEWART, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
LARRY MANUEL STIDHAM, Jackson 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JUDITH ANNE STIEBEL, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 
TERESA ANN STILES, Bellbrook, Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

MARY M. STITT, Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDWARD SULLIVAN STOKES III, Fern Creek 

B.S. Phvsics 
KATHER'lNE LEE STOLL. Owensboro 

B.S. Home Economics 
RANDALL MYRON STONE, Toler 

A.B. Political Science 




An elementary education student slops to glance at one of many displays 
found in Bert Combs Building. 



SENIORS/STE-STO 455 



RONNIE EUGENE STONE, Lebanon, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DAVID STUART STREVELS, Parksville 

A.B. Art 
BRENDA CHASE STRINGER, Glasgow 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LEONARD BURL STRONG, Beattyville 

A.B. Psychology 

JIM SULLIVAN, Belfry 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT MICHAEL SULLIVAN 

B.S. Recreation and Parks Administration 
RON SULLIVAN, Ransom 

B.B.A. Accounting 
KAREN LOUISE SURFACE, Rockville, Md. 

B.S. Home Economics 

DAVID WYNN SUTHERLAND, Providence 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LINDA SUE TABB, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JIMMY TACKETT, Louisville 

B.S. Business Management 
SHARON GAYLE TACKETT, Virgie 

A.B. Speech 

LESLIE GAYLE TAIT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
THOMAS LEE TARVIN, Brookville, Indiana 

A.B. Political Science 
MELINDA JOAN TAYLOR, Brooksville 

A.B. Art 
PATRICIA ANN TAYLOR, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 

RALPH DOUGLAS TAYLOR, Morrow, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
B. DAVID TEAGUE, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
MARTHA C. TEMPLEMAN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL D. TEMPLEMAN, Pikeville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

LINDA FAY TERRELL, Springfield 

B.S. Home Economics 
CHARLES K. TEVIS, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JON CHARLES THALMAN, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Historv and Social Science 
LEWIS STEVEN THARP, Bedford 

A.B. History 

BRENDA SPEAGLE THOMAS, Independence 

B.S. Mathematics 
DORIS A. HARRISON THOMAS, McKee 

B.S. Business Education 
WALTER WOOD THOMAS, Fort Myers, Fla. 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
RONALD E. THOMPSON, Paris 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




456 SENIORS/STO-THO 



Graduation Is Hope Of New Beginning 




SANDRA KAY TIMBERLAKE, South Shore 

B.S. Business Education 
CAROL L. TRABITS, Fredonia, New York 

B.S. Health 
THOMAS ANTHONY TRACY, Lexington 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
TONI COLETTE TRIMBLE, Richmond 

A.B. Drama 

SHARON ANN TUCKER, Casey Creek 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
MARY SUE TUGGLE, Pleasantview 

B.S. Dietetics 
RODGER F. TULLY, Danville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
STEVEN EDWARD TULLY, Danville 

B.B.A. General Business 

DONNA KAYE TURNER, Hindman 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GLORIA J. TURNER, Booneville 

A.B.English 
MARGARET ALICE TURNER, Trotvvood, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARIAN LOIS TURNER, Louisville 

A.B. English 





An EXIT sign symbolically points the way for a graduate 
student. 







SENIORS/TIM-TUR 457 



Wood Acquires New Meaning Through Chiseling 



SHIRLEY ELIZABETH TURNER, Newport 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA JEAN TUTTLE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
KENNETH BARTON TWYMAN, Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 
CONNIE J. TYRRELL, St. Louis, Missouri 

B.S. Physical Education 

LINDA JEAN UNDERWOOD, Hamilton, O. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REBECCA S. UNGER, Lewisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
GARY K. UPCHURCH, Monticello 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JEANIE DAFFRON UPCHURCH, Monticello 

B.S. Elementary Education 





Senior Diana Parsons chisels finishing touches to her wood cut. 



458 SENIORS/TUR-UPC 




ROBERT D. VAN ARSDALL, Yardley, Pa. 

B.B.A. General Business 
KENNETH J. VAN DEVENTER. Elmhurst, 111. 

B.S. Physical Education 
G. DIANE VERTREES, Louisville 

A.B. History 
GARY NORMAN V1TATOE, Wheelwright 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

BARBARA JO VITTITOE, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOE WADDEI.L, Larkslane 

B.B.A. Accounting 
STEPHEN W. WADDLE, Berea 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BILLIE WARD WADE, Lebanon 

B.B.A. Business 

THOMAS R. WAGNER, SR., St. Louis, Mo. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CONNIE F. WAINRIGHT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
DEBORAH ELAINE WAINSCOTT, Burlington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DALMEA LYNN WALDEN, London 

B.S. Psychology 

CHARLES SIMON WALKER, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
WILLIAM F. WALKER, JR., Ashtabula, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
HILDA ANNELLE WALL. Waynesburg 

A.B. Library Science 
REGINALD GERARD WALTERS, Louisville 

B.M. and B.M.E. Music Education 

WILLIAM HOWARD WALTON, Pineville 

B.B.A. Business 
SAMUEL M. WARD. Hazard 

B.M.E. Music 
JUANITA FAYE WARFORD, Mt. Eden 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY ALLEN WARREN, Waynesburg 

A.B. Art 

JOHN A. WARRINGTON, Miamisburg, Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science 
BRENDA JOYCE WASHINGTON, Midway 

B.S. Mathematics 
STEVEN CRAIG WATKINS, Troy, Ohio 

A.B. English 
DEBORAH GAIL WATSON, Brodhead 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DONALD RUPERT WATTS, Frankfort 

A.B. History and Social Science 
ELAINE LYNN WEAVER, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULA JEAN WEAVER, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CALVIN ROBERT WEBB, Livingston 

A.B. History and Social Science 



SENIORS/VAN-WEB 459 



Another Milestone Is Reached 



FREDA GAIL WEBB, Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
ROBERT A. WEBELER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
DEENA DIANE WEBSTER, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAUL WELCH, McKee 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

RONNIA WELLS, Annville 

B.S. Business Education 
RONNIE DAVID WELLS, Paintsville 

B.S. Business Education 
JO ELLEN WESLEY, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY R. WESSEL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BRENDA DAWNE WHEELER, Salyersville 

A.B. English and Library Science 
JOE HOWARD WHITAKER, Gallatin, Tenn. 

B.S. Business Education 
STEPHEN J. WHITAKER, Columbus, Indiana 

A.B. Art 
WILLIAM JOSEPH WHITAKER, Louisville 

A.B. History 




Excitement, sadness, anil happiness are just a small part 
of graduation as these seniors receive their diplomas. 




460 SENIORS/WEB-WHI 




CARL RAY WHITE, Winchester 

B.S. Chemistry 
JOHN WILLIAM WHITE, Crab Orchard 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ROGER DALE WHITEHOUSE, Bloomfield 

B.S. Physical Education 
DONNA LEE WHITTEN. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 

LESTER THOMAS WIBBELS, Louisville 

B.M. Music 
CLYDE EDWARD WICKER, Mousie 

A.B. Political Science 
PAUL D. WINGFIELD, Hagerstown, Md. 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
EILEEN PATRICIA WIGGS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SUSAN DARLENE WILBORN, Shelbyville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
SANDRA LEE WILDE, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RHONDA KAY WILHOITE, Elliston 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HENRY A. WILLIAMS, West Liberty 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JULIA ANN WILLIAMS, Lexington 

A.B. Broadcasting and Journalism 
KRISTA KAY WILLIAMS, Paintsville 

A.B. Social Work 
LINDA LEE WILLIAMS, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DON PHILIP WILLMES, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 

MICHAEL A. WILMHOFF, Erlanger 

B.S. Biology 
DAVID EUGENE WILSON, Brookville, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JAMES LOUIS WILSON, Huntsville, Ala. 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JOHN D. WILSON, Harrison, Ohio 

B.S. Geology 

LEWIS WILSON, Berea 

B.S. Psychology 
MICHAEL JOSEPH WILSON, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Marketing 
VALERIE WILSON, Booneville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BEVERLY JEAN WIND, Bellevue 

B.S. School Health 

BARBARA ELAINE WISCHER. Covington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JAMES ROBERT WISE, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
DIANE WOOD, Middletown, Ohio 

A.B. History 
ELIZABETH T. WOOD, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

SENIORS/WHI-WOO 461 



JAMES ROBERT WOOD, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
KRISTIN MARIE WOOD, Xenia, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
KAY ELLEN WOODINGTON, Ovid, N.Y. 

B.S. Physical Education 
DAVID M. WOODRING, Florence 

B.S. Industrial Education 

GREGORY ALAN WOODRUFF, Sabina, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
AIDA ROSSELLA WOOLLEY, Fort Pierce, Fla. 

A.B. Social Work 
DORIS CUMMINS WORKMAN, Piner 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LEWIS EDWARD WORKMAN, Piner 

B.S. Industrial Education 

CHARLES F. WORTHINGTON, Trenton, N.J. 

B.S. Recreation 
CONSTANCE KATHRYN WOZNY, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
LINDA MARIE WRIGHT, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WANDA MAE PHYLLIS WRIGHT, Lexington 

A.B. English and German 

WILLIAM GEORGE WYATT, Hopewell, Va. 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LARRY RAY WYNN, Crittenden 

A.B.French 
VERA ANNICE YADEN, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KIYOKO YAGI, Tokyo, Japan 

B.M. Music 

FUMIHIKO YAGI, Tokyo. Japan 

B.M. Music 
PHILIP DONALD YANCEY, Frankfort 

A.B. Social Work 
ELIZABETH ANN YOUNG, Tompkinsville 

A.B.English 
CAROLYN J. ZANONE, Lancaster 

B.S. Home Economics 

PAMELA JO ZEA, Neptune, New Jersey 

A.B. English 
SUSAN MARIE ZOLLER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 




462 SENIORS/WOO-ZOL 



Graduate Students Teach Science Labs 




ROBERT J. ACKLEY. Colorado Springs, Colo. 

M.S. School Psychology 
LARRY B. AKERS, Louisa 

M.S. Geography 
PAUL P. ANDREWS, JR., Southampton, N.Y. 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
BRUCE E. BAILEY, Otega, New York 

M.A. Political Science 

JOE VIRGIL BAILEY, JR., Williamsburg 

M.A. Mathematics 
BARRY GLYN BARD, Erlanger 

M.B.A. Management 
LARRY JOHN BARNHARDT, Richmond 

M.S. Vocational-Technical Education 
WILLIAM F. BEARSE, Atlanta, Georgia 

SPECIALIST Physical Education 

KELLY BENNETT BEAVER, Snellville, Ga. 

M.M.E. Music 
RUSSELL WAYNE BEHANAN, Carrollton 

M.A. Student Personnel 
MEREDITH A. BLACKWELL, Forest City, N.C. 

M.S. Clinical Psychology 
STEPHEN L. BOLIVAR, Brandon, Florida 

M.S. Geology 




Students taking science labs find graduate students as their instructors. 



GRADUATES/ACK-BOL 463 



BILLY COLEMAN BOYD, Mt. Sterling 

M.B.A. Accounting 
SHERRY BRASHEAR, Mason's Creek 

M.A. English 
DANIEL JOHN BRENNAN, Louisville 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
REBECCA ANN BREWER, Florence, Ala. 

M.M.E. Music 

KAREN LEE BROERING, Cold Spring 

M.A. Spanish 
JOHN W. BROWN, Whitesburg 

M.A. History 
LINDA S. BUSH, Hamilton, Ohio 

M.A. Business Education 
JEAN SHATTO CAHILL, Langhorne, Pa. 

M.A. Elem. Guidance and Counseling 

ROBIN THAUKEN CHIA, Sabah, Malaysia 

M.B.A. Accounting 
SOO KI CHOO, Seoul, Korea 

M.A. Political Science 
HAROLD ROBERT CLARK, Booneville 

M.B.A. Accounting 
CHARLES F. COFFEY, Richmond 

M.A. Biology 

PATRICIA D. COLVIN, Campbellsville 

M.A. English 
BETTY CAROLYN COX, Lexington 

M.A. Special Education 
FREDERICK M. CREUSERE, Florence 

M.S. Biology 
JOYCE ANN CROSSFIELD, Lawrenceburg 

SPECIALIST Physical Education 

SANDRA DAVIS, Flat Gap 

M.A. Library Science 
BELINDA R. DEATHERAGE, Carrollton 

M.A. Special Education 
SHARAD S. DHARAMSHI, Bombay, India 

M.S. Chemistry 
SATYA BHUSHAN DIXIT, New Delhi, India 

M.A. Physics 

CATHERINE W. DONOHUE, Norwood, Ohio 

M.A. Experimental Psychology 
FAITH LOU ESHAM, Vanceburg 

M.S. Psychology 
JOSEPH TYLER FARMER, Corbin 

M.B.A. Economics 
SUE ELLEN FELDKAMP, Bellevue 

M.S. Physical Education 

JAMES HUBERT FORE, Swannanoa, N.C. 

M.S. Biology 
DONNA ROSE FRASHER, Louisville 

M.A. Business Education 
GARRY LEE FREDERICK, Corbin 

M.B.A. Management 
SANDRA FAYE FRYMAN, Cynthiana 

M.S. Biology 




464 GRADUATES/BOY-FRY 



Graduate Student Experiments While Studying 




DONALD LEE GARLING. JR., Davton, Ohio 

M.S. Biologv 
DAVID SPENCER GEORGE, Lexington 

M.A. Guidance 
JOAN RYAN GIANCOLA, Louisville 

M.A. Secondary Guidance and Counseling 
DANIEL W. GLIER, Ft. Thomas 

M.B.A. Business 

HOCH-SOON GOH. Penang, Malaysia 

M.S. Chemistry 
OLGAMARIA GONZALEZ, Bogota, Columbia 

M.A. Foreign Languages 
SUSAN M. GORKA, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

M.A. English Literature 
JAMES LESLIE GRIGSBY, Hamilton. Ohio 

SPECIALIST Student Personnel 

CATHERINE IDA HADZIMA, Paintsville 

M.A. Special Education 
ROY HALL, Hihat 

M.A. Physical Education 
JAMES STEVEN HARP, Frankfort 

M.B.A. Marketing 
WILLIAM HAROLD HAWK, Catlettsburg 

M.S. Biology 

ALAN JERRY HAZEN. Baldwin, New York 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JOHN CONRAD HEMMER, Ridgewood, X.Y. 

SPECIALIST Physical Education 
MYRON DANIEL HERNDON, Sparta 

M.A. Geography 
SAMUEL WALTER HILL, Jackson 

M.A. History 



Dennis Cambron is working on the effects of intoxication by experimenting with rats. 




Art Is Another Area Of Graduate Study 



JOHN ROBERT HODGE, Louisville 

M.S. Physical Education 
VIRGINIA WATKINS HOWARD, Hazard 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
WILLIAM KENT JESSEE, Abingdon, Va. 

M.A. Educational Psychology 
MARY JO JOHNSON, Richmond 

M.M.E. Music Education 

BETTY LOU KEMPER, Frankfort 

M.A. Elementary Education 
JUDY GAIL KENNEDY, Coeburn, Virginia 

M.A. Special Education 
ROGER D. KINCER, Lexington 

M.S. Industrial Education 
PAT J. KING, Knoxville, Tennessee 

M.A. Physical Education 

PEGGY JANE KNIFLEY, Elkhorn 

M.A. English 
NANCY E. KROPP, Casselberry, Florida 

M.S. Physical Education 
GARY LEE KUHNHENN, Milford, Ohio 

M.S. Geologv 
VIVIEN DURHAM McANINCH, Liberty 

M.A. Biology 

LYLE C. McDOWELL, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

M.S. Clinical Psychology 
MARY DAVID McGUIRE* Winchester 

M.A. Secondary Education-Reading 
JERRY W. MAKIN, Mt. Vernon 

M.S. Industrial Education 
JEANNE S. MASSENGALE, Somerset 

ED.S. Education 




Annette Francis works with art etching by feathering 
acid. 




466 GRADUATES/HOD-MAS 




ELRENE MAY, Elhorn City 

M.A. Library Science 
JON D. MAY, McAndrews 

M.A. History 
SAMUEL JUDSON MAY. Holden, Mass. 

M.S. Geology 
RICHARD F. MORLEY, S. Hadley Falls. Mass. 

M.A. Geography 

BEVERLY WATERS MORRIS, Winchester 

M.M.E. Music 
JOHN STEPHEN MUMME, Ft. Thomas 

M.S. Biology 
PAULA L. NEAL, Irvine 

M.A. Business Education 
NANCY T. NELSON, Friendsville. Tenn. 

M.M.E. Music Education 

MINEKOOKI, Mito, Japan 

M.A. Elementary Education 
NINA GALE PALMER, Rapid City, S.D. 

M.A. Education 
GENE WILLIAM PETERSEN, Atlantic, Iowa 

SPECIALIST Technology 
JUDEEN K. PETERSEN, Vermillion, S.D. 

M.A. Art 

NORMAN EUGENE PHILLIPS. Louisville 

M.A. French 
RITA BLUM PHILLIPS, Louisville 

M.A. Home Economics 
THOMAS CAREY PINKERTON, Lexington 

M.S. Chemistry 
LELUE PONDER, Hamilton, Ohio 

M.A. History Education 

MELBOURNE RHYS PONTON. Paintsville 

M.A. Education 
WILLIAM C. PREWITT, Harrodsburg 

M.A. Reading 
JERRY L.PRICE, Paris 

M.A. History 
WILLIAM A. RAKER, Carrollton 

M.S. Mathematics 

LARRY DON RATLIFF, Pikeville 

M.A. Secondary Guidance 
EULA C. REED, Paintsville 

M.A. French 
JUDGE R. ROACH, Orlando, Florida 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
DEBORAH A. SALYER, Rising Sun, Ind. 

M. A.E.French 

MARK GEORGE SCHREIBER, Lexington 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
MAURICE L. SEARCY, Louisville 

M.A. History 
JUDITH M. SIMMERMON, Newport. N.J. 

M.A. Physical Education 
JANE W. SKELTON, Grove City. Pa. 

M.A. Business Education 



GRADUATES/MAY-SKE 467 



CLARA MARIE SMITH, Batavia, Ohio 

M.A. English 
WILLIAM HAROLD SMITH, Columbus, Ohio 

M.A. Geography 
NOLAN STEPHEN SNELL, Covington 

M.S. Physics 
STANLEY SNOWDEN, JR., Louisville 

M.A. Physics 

BENJAMIN E. SPALDING, Bardstown 

M.A. Elementary Education 
RONALD SULLIVAN STACY, London 

M.B.A. Accounting 
DORIS JEAN STEWART, Etowah, Tenn. 

M.A. Physical Education 
STEPHEN ALAN STICE, Louisville 

M.A. Mathematics 

ELEANOR LOUISE STONE, Richmond 

M.A. Student Personnel 
JOHN P. SURA, Kingston. Michigan 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JAMES TURNER, JR., Jackson 

M.A. English 
KAREN LEA TUTTLE, Reston, Virginia 

M.B.A. Business 

JANICE CLAIRE UPTON, Louisville 

M.A. English 
LINDA I. VAIL, Cranford, New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
PONGSRI VANASIN, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Geography 
S. GAIL WAGNER, New Carlisle, Ohio 

M.A. Business Education 

RICHARD J. WAUGH, Cape Canaveral, Fla. 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
BRENDA LEE WHITE, Knoxville, Tenn. 

M.A. Earth Science 
ROBERT B. WHITLOCK, Richmond 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
ROSE MARIE WIDUP, Richmond 

M.A. Special Education 

DANIEL E. WILSON, Middlesboro 

M.A. Political Science 
WANDA MASTERS WILSON, Richmond 

M.A. Elementary Education 
CATHY C. WOZNY, Louisville 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
JOHN ALLEN YOUNG, Junction City 

M.S. Biology 



RANDY J. ZACHRITZ, Bellevue 
M.A. History 




468 GRADUATES/SMI-ZAC 



Associates Plan Final Year 




DEBORAH LEIGH ACKERMANN, Louisville 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
JANET LEE ADAMS, Brodhead 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CARMEN G. ALLEN, Barbourville 

A. A. Nursing 
PATRICIA A. ANDERSON, San Jose, Calif. 

A. A. Nursing 

DEBRA ROSE BATES, Prestonsburg 

A. A. Nursing 
M. ONETA BEATY, Albany 

A. A. Nursing 
RICHARD CHARLES BENZ, Louisville 

A. A. Drafting Technology 
REBECCA M. BLACKETER, Lawrenceburg 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

DENISE KAE BLEVENS, Louisville 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
BARBARA SUE BOYLAN, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBRA JEAN BROWN, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
JACQUE LLOYD BROWN, Cynthiana 

A. A. Drafting Technology 

NANCY L. BURCH, Middlesboro 

A. A. Nursing 
ANN BRADLEY CARMICKLE, Versailles 

A. A. Nursing 
SHARON M. CARNAHAN, Manchester 

A. A. Nursing 
NINA CHASE, Bonita Springs, Florida 

A. A. Recreation Supervision 



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PATRICIA ALYCE CLENDENEN, Covington 

A. A. Nursing 
TERESA ANN CLIFTON, Lexington 

A. A. Child Care 
WADE HAMPTON COYLE II, Richmond 

A. A. Recreation Supervision 
JANET KAY CUMMINS, Georgetown 

A. A. Homemaking Supervision 

ALICE ANN CURTIS, Winchester 

A. A. Nursing 
LAJAUA NELL DAVIS, Mt. Sterling 

A. A. Nursing 
BEVERLY SUE DOWNS, Boston 

A. A. Nursing 
JUDY HOLMAN DOYLE, Brodhead 
. A. A. Ornamental Horticulture 

JOYCE ANN EMMONS, Flemingsburg 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBORAH S. ENGLISH, Cynthiana 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
BARBARA JEAN FLEIG. Augusta 

A. A. Nursing 
GENA KAY FLORENCE, Cynthiana 

A. A. Nursing 

JOHN MICHAEL FRYMAN, Cynthiana 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
FORREST E. GOOBY, Versailles 

A. A. Drafting Technology 
GLORIA CANTRELL HALL, Paintsville 

A. A. Nursing 
IRENE HARDIN, South Shore 

A. A. Medical Assistant 




An agriculture student learns the proper technique to 
feed a calf with a bottle. 




470 ASSOC1ATES/CLE-HAR 




KATHRYN ANN HILL, Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
TANYA L. HOLBROOK, Wash. Ct. House, O. 

A. A. Nursing 
JANIVEE HOOVER, Mt. Oliver 

A. A. Nursing 
CINDY HOPKINS, Erlanger 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

MOLLY S. HOWARD, Richmond 

A. A. Child Care 
DEBRA LYNNE HUNGLER, Covington 

A. A. Nursing 
MARGIE ANN JACKSON, Morning View 

A. A. Nursing 
JEAN ELLEN JOHNSTON, Paris 

A. A. Nursing 

KATHLEEN A. KARRER, Louisville 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
MARY ANN KAWAJA, Prestonsburg 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
LARRY S. KELLEY, Owingsville 

A. A. Nursing 
VIRGINIA SUE KIDD, Barbourville 

A. A. Nursing 

DEBORAH LYNN LAWLER, Maysville 

A. A. Nursing 
HENRIETTA LAWSON, Jellico, Tennessee 

A. A. Nursing 
ANNE JANETTE LEWIS, Paintsville 

A. A. Nursing 
SUSAN K. LICKERT, Alexandria 

A. A. Nursing 

JANET LOIS LOY, Jamestown 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
VIRGINIA A. MARSHALL, Georgetown 

A. A. Nursing 
LANA SUE MATTINGLY, Springfield 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
PAULA F. MOORE, Orkney 

A. A. Nursing 

MARY JANE MORRIS, Harrison, Ohio 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
LINDA T. MUELLER, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
VICKI LEE MURRELL, Columbia 

A. A. Nursing 
VICKI SUE PATTERSON, Burgin 

A. A. Nursing 

LINDA SUE PENNIX, London 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
JEAN E. PINKERTON, Valparaiso, Indiana 

A.A. Nursing 
WANDA JEAN PRATER, Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 
MARTHA ANN RALEIGH, Talbert 

A.A. Nursing 

ASSOCIATES/HIL-RAL 471 



Bedside Skills Are Important In Nursing 




Student nurses practice how to make a patient's bed while the patient is still in it. 



472 ASSOCIATES 



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BRENDA L. REITER, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
TERRY LEE RITCHIE, Carlisle 

A. A. Electronics Technology 
NANCY FAY ROSS, Lawrenceburg 

A. A. Nursing 
CAROL LYNN ROUSSOS. Ml. Sterling 

A. A. Nursing 

BABETTE SCHWIERJOHANN, Ft. Mitchell 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
ALFRED THOMAS SCOTT, Lancaster 

A. A. Applied Electronics 
KAMELYA ELAYNE SHELBY, Louisville 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
ELIZABETH E. SHUFFLEBARGER, Cvnthiana 

A. A. Child Care 

CHERYL LEE SIMS, Burgin 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
HELEN R. SKINNER, Lexington 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
BEVERLY ALLEN SMITH, Lexington 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
JERRY F. SPRING, Cynthiana 

A. A. Recreation Supervision 

SARAH JEAN STAMBACK, Eaton, Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
JEFFREY S. STINSON, Indianapolis, Ind. 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
ELNA CAROL TATMAN, Versailles 

A. A. Nursing 
ANTOINETTE O. TAYLOR, Louisville 

A. A. Medical Records Technology 

MARSHA R. TEWMEY, Harrodsburg 

A. A. Nursing 
JANICE MARIE THACKER, Pikeville 

A. A. Nursing 
MARTHA LOUISE TOLEMAN, Brookville 

A. A. Nursing 
SALLY ANN TURNER, Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

A. A. Nursing 

SANDRA LEE ULLOM, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
GLORIA JILL VOTAW, Harrodsburg 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
ELIZABETH ANN WARREN, Paris 

A. A. Nursing 
KATHY WHEATLEY, Springfield 

A. A. Nursing 



JANE E. WRIGHT, Prestonsburg 
A. A. Secretarial Science 



ASSOCIATES/REI-WRI 473 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Wanda McAllister, Second Vice President; Mary Ann Fisher. Secretary. SECOND ROW: Debbie 
Tully. Representative; Tari Loader, First Vice President. THIRD ROW: Larry Cleveland, President; Dave Fogt, Treasurer. 

Juniors Become Involved On Campus 



With half of their college days behind the 
Class of '73 returned prepared to tackle 
another year. They began the year by elect- 
ing Larry Cleveland junior class president 
and made plans for the annual Senior Prom. 
With enthusiasm and determination they set 
out to make their junior year the best yet. 



47fi JUNIORS/CLASS OFFICERS 




GEORGE H. ABELL, JR. Louisville 
BONNIE M. ABOUD Louisville 
NANCY T. ACKERMAN Shackertown. N.J. 
DONNA G. ADAMS Sarasotu. Florida 
GARY W. ADAMS New Castle 
[AMES L. ADAMS Lexington 

JOAN L. ADAMS Versailles 

SUSAN L. ADKINS Vienna. Virginia 

TERRY AKINS Louisville 

WAYNE M. ALBRITTON Palboa. Can. Zone 

JOYCE M. ALBRO Fairdale 

JENNIE L. ALCORN Lexington 

WILMA L. ALCORN Irvine 
JUDY M. ALDERSON Paducah 
C. RICHARD ALLEN Fern Creek 
DANIEL B. ALLEN Lexington 
LARRY G. ALLEN Orlando, Florida 
RODNEY G. ALSUP Milton 

PAMELA D. AMBROSE Cincinnati. Ohio 
PATRICIA A. AMBURGEY Omaha 
JANICE M. ANGELINI Atlantic City. N.J. 
DANIEL S. ARGABRIGHT, Anderson, tad. 
JOHN S. ARNOLD Owenton 
DANA L. ASHER Hyden 

WILLARD Y. AYER Calhoun 
ROGER W. AYERS MiddJesboro 
VICKI A. AYERS Amelia 
ROBERT A. BABBAGE. JR. Lexington 
DOUGLAS A. BABER Winchester 
JAMES L. BABER Paris 

GARY S. BAILEY Shelbyville 
JACOB T. BAILEY Paducah 
WAYNE R. BAILEY Cheshire. Ohio 
BONITA L. BAKER Perryville 
CONNIE S. BALL Miamisburg, Ohio 
B. JAYNE BANGS Loveland. Ohio 

GLORIA L. BARGER Richmond 
GLORIA A. BARGO Corbm 
KAY BARKER Louisville 
PAMELA J. BARKER Louisville 
SARA S. BARNETT Ewing 
JILL A. BARTHEN Derby, Ohio 

RONNIE W. BAUGH Richmond 
BUFORD D. BAUGHN Buena Vista 
CONNIE S. BAUGHN Orient. Ohio 
BRUCE H. BAUER Harriston. Ohio 
DOROTHY L. BAYER Richmond 
ELIZABETH C. BEAM Bardstoivn 



JUNIORS/ABE-BEA 477 



[AN BEDORE Cincinnati, Ohio 
LISBETH J. BEESON Dayton, Ohio 
JOHN W. BEGLEY Corbin 
LINDA R. BEGLEY Lebanon 
LINDA S. BEHANAN Richmond 
JACKIE W. BELLMAN NichoJasville 

JUDYG. BENNETTManchester 
PAT A. BENNETT Cincinnati, Ohio 
SANDRA K. BENTLEY /enkins 
LYNDA S. BERTRAM Monticello 
WILLIAM ). BERTRAM Cold Spring 
SUE A, BERTRAND Cold Spring 

JAMES C. BISIG Louisville 
CONNIE L. BLACK Erianger 
JAMES R. BLAIR Louisville 
JOYCE A. BLAIR Louisville 
PAUL E. BLAIR Williamstown 
RHONDA L. BLAIR Guston 

SALLY BLAIR Letcher 
MARTHA S. BLEVINS Monticello 
KAREN M. BLOYD Greensburg 
ROSALEE BOOTHE Beattyville 
CHRISTINA M. BOSLER Louisville 
JAMES P. BOURNE Somerset 

LONNIE J. BOWEN Bowen 
BARBARA J. BRACKEN Berea 
BRIAN M. BRADLEY South Shore 
LUTHER S. BRAMBLETT LaGrange 
LARRY BRANDENBURG Berea 
WILLIAM H. BRENDA Richmond 

FRANCES A. BRETZ Carlisle 
CAROL E. BREWER Williamsburg 
JANET C. BRIGMON Manchester 
JACQUELINE M. BRISBAY Lexington 
BETTY L. BROCK Harlan 
ARA S. BROOKS Williamson. W.Va. 

KATHERINE AM. BROTHERS Versailles 
BARRINGTON M. BROWN White Oak 
JACQUE L. BROWN Cynthiana 
KAREN L. BROWN Burgin 
LOIS J. BROWN Ft. Mitchell 
STEPHEN F. BROWN Ft. Thomas 

SYLVESTER R. BROWN. JR. Lebanon 
SARAH E. BROWNING Harlan 
NICK BUCKLEY Sabina. Ohio 
LYDIA F. BUCK Cincinnati, Ohio 
RAE M. BUDINGER Cincinnati, Ohio 
PEGGY S.BUIS Eubank 




478 JUNIORS/BED-BUI 



Greek Activities Offer Variation 




Bicycle riding can be fun. but when il comes to the DU Bike Race it is all work. 




PAULA M. BUNCH Lay all 
ERIC R. BUNDY Louisville 
MARIANN BUNDY Richmond 
MARY J. BURDETTE Lexington 
JERRY F. BURKE Louisville 
JANET R. BURKS Elizabethtoivn 

JAMES R. BURNS Manchester 
WILLIAM E. BURNS Richmond 
ROBERT C. BURRIS Columbus. Ohio 
DONALD W. BURTON Salvisa 
O. V. BURTON Somerset 
PHYLLIS A. BURTON Louisville 

PORTIA M. BURTON Somerset 
MICHAEL CAIN Brandenburg 
ROBERT H. CAIRNS Coatsville. Pa. 
PAMELA L. CALDWELL London 
BRENDA M. CAMPBELL Richmond 
DENNIS W. CAMPBELL Corbin 

FREDA L. CAMPBELL Betsy Layne 
DIETER R. CARLTON Badhamburg, Get 
DIANA C. CARMICLE Liberty 
DEBORAH L. CARR Louisville 
SUSAN J. CARR Eubank 
KEITH F. CARROLL Cincinnati. Ohio 

RUTH E. CARRUBA Cumberland 
NATHANAEL E. CARTER Versailles 
RICHARD A. CASE Louisville 
JUDY C. CASSEY Simpsonville 
JEAN A. CASON Anchorage. Alaska 
JOHNNY M. CASTLE PaintsviUe 



JUNIORS/BUN-CAS 479 



Students Take Interest In Needy Children 



ARNOLD R. GATES Louisville 
LINDA S. CATON Harrodsburg 
JUDITH A. CAUDILL Letcher 
JANET S. CHILDRESS Louisville 
IN SUNG CHUNG Seoul, Korea 
REBECCA F. CLANCY Lexington 

SANDRA K. CLAPP New Madison, Ohio 
BRENDA G. CLARK Corbin 
CAROLYN J, CLARK Pulleney. New York 
DREAMA L. CLARK Cynthiana 
JAMES C. CLARK Richmond 
SUSAN E. CLARK Lebanon 

NORMA J. CLEMMONS Union, Ohio 
LARRY W. CLEVELAND Williamstown 
TIMOTHY M. COEN Cincinnati, Ohio 
JACK K. COLGLAZIER Belibrook. Ohio 
DARLENE G. COLLEN Lancaster, Ohio 
JOYCE L. COLLETT Covington 

CHARLENE S. COLLIER Southgate, Mich. 
PATRICA ANN COLLIER London 
VIOLET E. COLLINS Henshaw 
DONNA K. COLSTON Frankfort 
CEILIA J. COMBS Paintsville 
GREGORY S. COMBS Okeana, Ohio 










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REX W. CONLEY MonticeiJo 
DWIGHT A. CONWAY Sinai 
CHARLES P. COOK Paris 
DOUG COONTZ Pleasure Ridge Park 
DAVID D. COOPER Liberty 
LINDA K. COOPER Troy. Ohio 

DONALD J. COPPERSMITH Palatine, /ii. 
ARIZONA CORNETT Skyline 
RUSSELL G. CORNETT Winchester 
KERRY L. COURTNEY Florence 
CHERYL L. COX Williamsburg 
TYLER D. COX Lawrenceburg 

SANDRA CRAFT Whitesburg 
NANCY S. CRAWFORD Manchester 
MARTHA T. CRAWFORD Lebanon 
SHIRLEY L. CRAWFORD Newport 
JANIE C. CRAWLEY Campbellsville 
SANDRA K. CROLEY Williamsburg 

PAULA J. CROPPER Cincinnati. Ohio 
CLARENCE R. CRUSE Lexington 
DEANA J. CULVER Louisville 
MARY S. CUMMINS Louisville 
DEBORAH T. CUPP Phillipsburg. Ohio 
DEBORAH L. CURRY Richmond 

ANN G. CURTSINGER Harrodsburg 
DOUGLAS W. CZOR Alientown. Pa. 
JUDITH A. DARNELL Frankfort 
MARBETH A. DAVIDSON Red Fox 
FREDDY W. DAVIS Pineviile 
KATHLEEN E. DAVIS Owensville 

LOUISE I. DAVIS Pittsburgh. Pa. 
ROY E. DAVIS Dayton 
JENNY W. DAVY Richmond 
GWENDOLYN J. DAWSON McDowell 
RICHARD L. DEGLOW Florence 
DEBBIE A. DELDUCA Dormont. Pa. 

CAROLYN L. DELL Middletown. Ohio 

ROSCOE DENNEY Walton 

KAY L. DENNISTON Cynthiana 

LOIS A. DENNISTON Campion 

JOHN T. DESKINS PikeWlle 

JOSEPH H. DEUTSCH III Loveland. Ohio 

MARY C. DEWEESE Dayton, Ohio 
RICHARD J. DIEHL Louisville 
BEVERLEY K. DISNEY Fairdale 
NAPOLEON DOBBINS Louisville 
ROBERT A. DOBBS Franklin 
DIANE L. DODD Richmond 



JUNIORS/CON-DOD 481 



DENNIS D. DOGGETT Verona 
BERTIE R. DOLEN Monticello 
DARLA R. DONLEY Troy, Ohio 
RICHARD B. DONOGHI IE Louisville 
ROBERT A. DONTO Ash/and 
RICHARD W. DOOLEY Louisville 

)ANICE A.G. DOSSETT Harrodsburg 
PATRICIA J. DOTSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
LYNN D. DOWELL Cincinnati, Ohio 
RONALD J. DOWNS Bardstown 
JOHN R. DREW Lexington 
B. SUE DUNAWAY Miamisburg, Ohio 

MARK E. DUNCAN Lancaster 
GARY R, DUNLAP Milton 
MARGARET G. DUNN Louisviile 
DOUGLAS T. DURRETT Louisviile 
ROBERT B. DURRETT Louisville 
RHONDA C. DYEHOUSE Crab Orchard 

GARYL. EADSCorbin 

JOSEPH E. EATON Wilmington. Ohio 

WILLIAM M. EGGEMEIER Newport 

JUDY A. EHRENBERG Cincinnati, Ohio 

SHERRY L. EKER Dayton 

BETTY |. ELAM Louisville 

VIRGINIA K. ELKER Fairfield 
SI ISAN E. ELDRIDGE Science Hill 
MARK A. ELLIS Danville 
JERRY E. ENGLE Danville 
SUSAN K. ENGLER Louisville 
LISA J. ERWIN Lexington 

CATHY G. EVANS Covington 
PEGGY S. EVERSOLE Buckhorn 
ADELAIDE J. EYERMAN Covington 
OLIVE M. FALCONE Louisville 
GREGORY P. FAULKNER Jenkins 
DIANNA L. FEDERLE Louisville 

DRUE FERGUSON, JR. Dayton 
ELMA J. FERGUSON Flat Gap 
MARY E. FERMAN Louisville 
CAROLE Y. FIELDS Fairfield, Ohio 
JAMES L. FIELDS Paris, Tennessee 
SHARON B. FIELDS Paris 

JAMES M. FIELY Mentor. Ohio 
DONALD R. FILER Lexington 
GLENDA D. FINLEY Bellbrook, Ohio 
CLAUDIA L. FISCHER Cincinnati. Ohio 
PETER L. FISCHER Louisville 
BEVERLY J. FISHER Louisville 




482 JUNIORS/DOG-FIS 



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Signs Announce Final Tasks 




MARY A. FISHER Cincinnati. Ohio 
MARY C. FISHER Felicity. Ohio 
LINDA M. FITZER Soulhgate 
LYNN P. FLANERY Flemingsburg 
PATRICIA M. FLOYD Louisville 
DAVID R. FOGT Sidney. Ohio 

JOHN E. FOLAND Miamisburg, Ohio 
REX D. FORTNER Florence 
ARTHUR L. FOSTER Richmond 
ESTER R. FRAZIER Elkhorn City 
VICKIE L. FRAZIER Trenton. Ohio 
RONNIE L. FREEMAN Lawrenceburg 

TERESA J. FREEMAN Auxier 
ANNE R. FURR Frankfort 
JOHN W. FUNK Springfie/d 
BENJAMIN E. FUQUA Frankfort 
TERESA J. FURNISH Vevay. Indiana 
MARY L. GABBARD Booneville 

MICHAEL W. GABBARD Winchester 
PATRICIA R. GABHART Willisburg 
RUDY A. GABHART Willisburg 
WILLIAM H. GAFFNEY Lancaster 
LINDA S. GAINES London 
KENNETH GARNETT Melber 

STEVEN J. GARRARD Centerville. Ohio 
JEAN B. GEIGERT Philadelphia. Pa. 
SUSAN GENTRY Harrodsburg 
JENNIFER R. GEORGE London 
BARBARA G. GIBSON Erlanger 
DAVID E. GIBSON Myrtle Beach, S.C. 



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Signs remind students of approaching deadline to register for student teaching. 



JUNIORS/FIS-GIB 483 



End Of Finals Bring Christmas Vacation 




Combining the Christmas spirit with last-minute studying, Paula 
Goodin writes a paper by light of a Christmas tree. 



ELLEN S. GLASSFORD Erlanger 
REBECCA K. GONTERMAN Louisville 
WILLIAM A. GOODRICH Ft. Thomas 
KENNIE C. GOSSER Norwood, Ohio 
PATSY L. GOUGH Winchester 
GLENN E. GOYNE Middletown 

EDWINA J. GRAHAM Campton 
JUDY L. GRAHAM Frankfort 
ELEANOR B. GRAY Springfield 
CHRYSTEEN H. GRAZINI Cold Spring 
TENA M. GREEN Paducah 
MILDRED A. GREGORY Springfield 

NORA K. GREGORY London 
BETH A. GREVER Ft. Thomas 
TERESA M. GRIFFIN Louisville 
MARY L. GRIFFITH /ackson 
RITA L. GRITTON Harrodsburg 
SYBIL A. GROEN Winchester 

RONDA L. GRUENINGER Reading, O. 
LINDA R. GUENTHNER Cincinnati, Oh 
KARROL L. GUY Lexington 
VIRGINIA A. GUY Midway 
KATHLEEN M. HAGER Louisville 
DONNA J. HALE Manchester 

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GWENDOLYN S. HALE Prestonsburg 
DIANA M. HALL Harrison, Ohio 
GARY L. HALL Barnesville, Ohio 
JOSEPH G. HALL Campbeiisburg 
JUDYK. HALL PineviJJe 
HENRY M. HAMBLIN Corbin 

BARBARA S. HAMILTON Richmond 
DANIEL G. HAMILTON Wheal/ey 
MARYANN HAMILTON Shepherdsville 
SANDRA L. HAMILTON LouisvilJe 
WEBBER D. HAMILTON III Richmond 
WILLIAM C. HAMMONS Corbin 

CHARLES R. HANGER Wheelwright 
DOUGLAS R. HANKS Lawrenceburg 
JOHN T. HANKS Lawrenceburg 
MARY B. HANNAH Ashiand 
ALLEN M. HARMON Gravei Switch 
CAROLYN A. HARNESS Louisville 

SHARON K. HARRELL Middlesboro 
ARONDA L. HARRIS Richmond 
DEBORAH L. HARTMAN Covington 
WILLIAM F. HASSAY, ]R. Rockville. Md. 
E. EDWINA HATCHER London 
KENNETH R. HATFIELD Bardstown 

ROBERT M. HAVRILLA Owensville. Ohio 
DIANE S. HAWKS West Chester. Ohio 
LINDA M. HAWKSWORTH Brandenburg 
ROBERT C. HAWLEY Lebanon, Ohio 
CLARENETTA S. HENDERSON Irvine 
STEVE R. HENDRIX Warsaw 

GERALDINE HENRY Harrodsburg 
THOMAS M. HENRY Highland Heights 
CAROLYN J. HENSLEY Hazard 
DEBRA S. HENSLEY Fairfield, Ohio 
PEGGY M. HENSLEY Nicholasville 
CYNTHIA I. HENTZELL Massillon, Ohio 

M. SUSAN HICKS Indianapolis. Indiana 
MARY C. HIEBER Bellbrook, Ohio 
GEORGE E. HIGGINS Versailles 
ELIZABETH M. HILL Corbin 
JOHN E. HILL Williamsburg 
LINDA K. HIMES Ft. Thomas 

NANCY L. HINDMAN Springfield 
CAROL L. HIRTZINGER Springfield. Ohio 
MARY C. HOAGLAND Lebanon /unction 
[ERE R. HOFFERT Bethlehem. Pa. 
KATHY S. HOLEMAN Louisville 
BELINDA ]. HOLMAN Parksville 

JUNIORS/HAL-HOL 485 



PATRICIA A. HONEYCUTT Pinetop 
REBECCA L. HOOD Irvine 
JOE A. HORN Prestonsburg 
DOUGLAS M. HORTON Newark 
MICHAEL D. HORTON Louisville 
BILLY C. HOUSE Carlisle 

NANCY E. HOUSER Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOELLEN HUDDY Columbus. Ohio 
LINDA K. HUFFMAN Lexingfon 
BRENDA J. HUGHES Coiumbus, Ohio 
KAY M. HUGHES Carlisle 
LINDA J. HUGHES Simpsonviiie 

MICHAEL A. HUGHES Louisville 
RICHARD P. HUGHES Barnesville 
GARNETT S. HUGUELY Richmond 
LINDA K. HULS Englewood, Ohio 
JAMES G. HUMPHREY Cynthiana 
BERNIE R. HUNSTAD Danville 

FRANCES E. HUNT South Shore 
ROBERT W. HUNT Independence 
DARRELL HURD Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN H. INMAN Harrodsburg 
IRA T. ISON Myrd 
JOHN C, JACKSON Frankfort 

RICHARD W. JACKSON, JR. Patterson, N.J 
STEVEN C. JACKSON Harrodsburg 
W. GLENN JACKSON Cincinnati. Ohio 
VIKKI E. JANSEN Louisville 
LELA F. JARVIS Manchester 
VICKI D. JEFFS Shelbyville 

DEBORAH A. JENKINS Danville 
CLAYTON M. JOHNSON Halo 
DAYLE A. JOHNSON Covington 
MERLE JOHNSON Barbourville 
MICHEAL L. JOHNSON Liberty 
RANDY T. JOHNSON London 

RICHARD C. JOHNSTON Springboro, O. 
DAVID M. JONES Richmond 
DAVID P. JONES Maud 
DEBRA A. JONES Winchester 
THOMAS C. JONES London 
VICKI L. JONES Cincinnati, Ohio 

WALLENA JONES Whitley City 
LAWRENCE R. JUPIN Louisville 
SANDRA L. JUSTICE Winchester 
WILLIAM W. JUSTICE Millard 
KATHIE M. KANDLE Miami Lakes, Fla. 
RUDY M. KAYS Frankfort 




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Students Gain Practical Experience 




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MARLENE B. KEARNS Florence 
REBECCA L. KEENE Robinson Creek 
LINDA R. KEFFER Ashland 
JOAN E. KEITH Berea 
BARBARA D. KELLEY Hilchins 
ROBERT B. KELLEY Cincinnati, Ohio 

THOMAS L. KELLIS Greenfield. Ohio 
TISH B.KELLY Harlan 
DAVID M. KEPLER Pitsburg, Ohio 
NANCY C. KESEL Ft. Thomas 
MICHAEL A. KETTLER Richmond 
BRENDA L. KIDD Corbin 

HOWARD K. KIDD Pikeville 

SANDRA A. KIDD Barbourville 

REED D. KIMBROUGH Pleasure Ridge Park 

BARBARA L. KINBERGER Louisville 

PAMELA K. KING Loyall 

STEPHEN R. KIRK Eugene. Oregon 

LARRY KIRKSEY Harlan 
KAREN D. KLECKNER St. Clairsville. O. 
ALICE M. KNIGHT Madisonville 
LAURA L. KNIGHT Louisville 
CAROLE T. KNOX Frankfort 
KATHLEEN M. KOEING Valley Station 




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Learning can be fun as these two coeds find out while helping students from area elementary 
schools learn new games. 



JUNIORS/KEA-KOE 487 



Homecoming Parade Attracts Large Audience 



MARGARET A. KURAPAT Eiizabethtown 

JAMES H. KURK LousvilJe 

PAULA D. LAMBOIN Middlesboro 

BRENDA S. LANE Lexington 

PAUL W. LANIER London 

PAUL D LASHBROOKE Toliesboro 

DENNIS W. LAWRENCE Brodhead 
GARY S. LAWRENCE Louisville 
DEBORAH LAWSON Richmond 
HARRY B. LAWSON Richmond 
FREDA L. LAYNE Ashland 
CECIL B. LAYTON Lancasler 

JAMES P. LEACH Stanford 
JAMES F. LEAVELL Lexington 
WOODIE G. LEAVELL Lancaster 
TONI K. LEWIS New Lexington, Ohio 
POLLY C. LLOYD Evarts 
TERESA K. LOADER Vailey Station 

RICHARD C. LOEWENSTINE Cincinnati, O. 
GEORGE A. LOVELY Louisville 
ROSETTA LUCAS Lexington 
PHILIP L. LUCKETT Lebanon 
TERRI A. LUKEN Cincinnati, Ohio 
GAIL L. LYTTLE Manchester 

ERNEST C. McAFEE Hazard 
WANDA J. MCALLISTER Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAULINE E. McCONATHY Lexington 
BARBARA McCORD Winchester 
JACKIE L. McCULLEY Giassboro. N.J. 
VICKI L. McDONALD Davton, Ohio 




Faculty, students and alumni gather along Lancaster Avenue anticipating the start of the Homecoming parade. 





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CHARLES W. McDOWELL Ft. Thomas 
DONNA ). McGINNIS Danville 
BERNARD A. McGLONE Harrodsburg 
DONNA L. McINTOSH Milwaukee, Wis. 
EDWINA McINTOSH Chavies 
MICHAEL D. McINTOSH W. Carroliion. O. 

KATHERINE E. McKANE Louisville 
MARTHA J. McKENZIE Flal Gap 
DAVID D. McMILLEN Wilmore 
ADRIENNE McNALLY Lancaster 
DON D. McREYNOLDS Ml. Sterling 
STEPHEN J. MACKE Beflevue 

ANN H. MACKIN Cox's Creek 
VICKI C. MADON Middlesboro 
SHEILA R. MAGGARD Louisville 
CAROL A. MANLEY Louisville 
JOSEPH C. MANNING, JR. Louisville 
LINDA S. MANTEL New Carlisle 

MARCIE L. MARLOW Louisville 
SHARON L. MARLOW McKinney 
KATHRYN MARSH Kingsport. Tenn, 
CLAUDIA M. MARSHALL Carlisle 
LETHA MARSHALL /ackson 
LINDA S. MARSHALL Covington 

RICHARD E. MARSHALL Mitchell, Jnd. 
CANTON G. MARTIN Virgie 
DONALD C. MARTIN Hazard 
PATRICK D. MARTIN Louisville 
JULIO C. MARTINEZ Caracas, Ven. 
BEVERLY K. MASON Paris 

JAMES T. MASON Paint Lick 
ROBERT E. MASON Alexandria 
WALTER T. MAYER Alexandria 
JERRY G. MAYES Letcher 
PHILLIP E. MEADER North Bend, Ohio 
RUTH A. MEADOWS Richmond 

DON C. MEADE Paintsville 
DANIEL J. MECKSTROTH Glen Este. Ohio 
DONALD W. MEINEKE. JR. Loveland, O. 
GEORGIA A. MELTON Manchester 
STEPHANIE U. MERSON Odenton, Md. 
RONALD J. MESSA Verplancki. N.Y. 

JOHN W. MEYER Louisville 
JAMES W. MIDDLETON Lexington 
L. DIANNE MILLION Harrodsburg 
DENNIE G. MILLS Owensboro 
GERALD D. MILLS Brooks 
CHRISTOPHER C. MINCHXenia. O. 

JUNIORS/MCD-MIN 489 



THOMAS L. MINNICH Waynesboro. Pa. 
LINDA D. MITTEL Louisville 
BETTY ). MONTGOMERY Lancaster 
JOE G. MONTGOMERY Lancaster 
DAVID L. MOONEY London 
ALICE M. MOORE Milford, Ohio 

CHARLOTTE W. MOORE Bardstown 
GALE E. MOORE Sabina. Ohio 
JIM B. MOORE Berea 
JOSEPH M. MOORE Bardstown 
LEOMARIE MOORE Louisvilie 
MARVIN L. MOORE Hamilton, Ohio 

PAULA C. MOORE Frankfort 
ROBERT T. MOORE New Castle 
RUTH D. MOORE Lexington 
SUSAN G. MOORE Independence 
MARY H. MOORHEAD Versailles, Ind. 
MARY JO MOORMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 

DAVID C. MORRIS Bondviile 
FREEDA MORRIS Lexington 
RODGER C. MORRIS Richmond 
SHARRON K. MORRIS Arnold, Md. 
STEPHEN W. MORRIS Cynthiana 
STEVEN E. MORROW Battle Creek, Mich. 

SAMMY L. MOSLEY Pikeville 
KATHY J. MOTLEY Ezel 
LOUISE MULLINS Hazard 
WALTER D. MULLINS Elkhorn City 
WILLARD H. MULLINS, JR. Corbin 
JANE E. MURPHY Fairfield, Ohio 

MICHAEL R. MURPHY Louisville 
STEPHEN G MURPHY Louisville 
VICTOR R. MURPHY Nichoiasville 
GLENNA M. MURRAY Valley Station 
JOSEPH J. NEFF Elmsford, New York 
CHERYL E. NEISWINGER New Carlisle, O. 

WILLIAM L. NEVELS Florence 
MARY M. NEWSOME Stanford 
ANTHONY Q. NEWTON Irvine 
DAVID L. NICHOLAS Hodgenville 
POLLY M. NICKELS Winchester 
MELODY S. NIEMANN Cincinnati, Ohio 

BARBARA S. NOLAN Manchester 
CHARLEY S. NORVELL Corbin 
BETH A. NUTTY Brookville, Ind. 
KATHRYN L. OAKLEY Louisville 
STEVEN D. OGDEN Milton 
DEBORAH S. OLDS Vevay. Indiana 




490 JUNIORS/MIN-OLD 



Campus Provides Necessities For Students 




PETER N. OLIVIERI Madison, New Jersey 
PETER L. OLSEN Lexington 
CATHY OSBORNE Hyden 
GREGORY A. OSBORNE Dayton. Ohio 
PALMA E. OSBORNE Jonancy 
TERESA A. OSBORNE Virgie 

STACY PALEOLOGOS Rockville. Md. 
KENNETH H. PALMER Chambersburg, Pa. 
KATHRYN A. PARIS Louisville 
REBECCA A. PARKER Bardstown 
LARRY R. PARKS Wiimore 
PHYLLIS A. PARKS Paducah 

WILLIAM ). PARSONS Ml. Vernon 
JANNA L. PARTIN Williamsburg 
ALVIN PASLEY III Winchester 
KATHLEEN PENN Cynthiana 
LARRY W. PENNINGTON Bowling Green 
DEBORAH J. PERRY Richmond 

PATSY E. PERSELL Bedford 
BEVERLY ]. PETERS South Shore 
KAREN R. PETERS Fondelia. New Jersey 
MARJORIE A. PFALZGRAF Burlington 
CARL E. PHELPS Somerset 
CHARLOTTE ]. PHELPS Norwood, Ohio 




Weekends come in handy when the wash has to be done, as Garv Brooks demonstrates. 



IUNIORS/OLI-PHE 491 



Pre-Registration Rewards Student's Hard Work 



BARBARA L. PHILLIPS Richmond 
MATTHEW C. PHILLIPS Hazard 
EDMOND F. PHILPOT London 
ROSE M. PHILPOT London 
JANET M. PIGMAN Jackson 
PHILIP A. POLLARD LaGrange 

L. DIANE POLLEI LouisviJJe 
DIANNE C. PREECE Louisa 
DELORES L. PRESTON Pikevilie 
NANCY PRICE Amarillo, Texas 
NORMA R. PRICE MagnoJia 
WILLIAM R. PRICE KnoxviJle, Tenn. 

BETTYE K. PUCKETT Bardstown 
JENNY L. PUGH Vanceburg 
BECKY RADCLIFFE Shelbyville 
ANNE R. RADER Winchester 
GEORGE RAINS WiJliamsburg 
DEBRAK. RAISTRICK Jamestown, N.Y. 

CATHY RANSON Highland Heights 

JOEG. RAPPLouisviJIe 

BERNARD D. RADLIFF Jackson, Ohio 

CATHY S. RAUSCH Centervilie, Ohio 

JOAN R. RAY LouisvilJe 

THOMAS W. REED Lake Odessa, Mich. 





Pre-registration is not without its problems as Travis Cochram wonders where to go next. 



492 JUNIORS/PHI-REE 





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DAVID P. REFFITT Ml. Sterling 
STEVEN L. REINERT Kansas City, Mo. 
MARCIA |. RENTZ Dayton. Ohio 
EUGENE P. REYNOLDS, |R. Versailles 
HAROLD D. REYNOLDS Danville 
HAZEL I. REYNOLDS Cincinnati, Ohio 

BOBBIE J. RHINEHIMER Nicholasville 
BETTY A. RICE Pans 
GEORGE L. RICE Lexington 
ROSEMARY RICE Lexington 
VICKE S. RICE Cincinnati. Ohio 
KAREN R.M. RICHARDSON Irvine 

CHRISTINE E. RICHENS Louisville 
JANICE E. RICHERSON Lebanon 
REBECCA T. RILEY Irvine 
CAROLYN K. RITCHIE Cynthiana 
JAMES W. ROBERTS Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 
JOHN S. ROBERTS Bethlehem 

SUSAN K. ROBERTS Middletown, Ohio 
JENNY K. ROBINSON London 
PEGGY J. ROBINSON London 
DANNY C. RODGERS Liberty 
GARY W. ROE Miamisburg, Ohio 
MICHAEL P. ROE Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

ANNE N. ROGERS Lexington 
BONNIE K. ROGERS South Shore 
KATHIE J. ROGERS Newport 
LINDA ROSE Richmond 
MARIANNE ROSE Lexington 
LANA F. ROY Somerset 

JAMES L. ROYALTY Shelbyville 
ROBERT S. RUFFNER Silver Spring. Md. 
CHERYL A. RUSSELL Louisville 
JACQUELINE M. RUSSELL Bardston-n 
JOED. RUSSELL London 
PATRICIA K. RUSSELL Danville 

SHIRLEY I. RUSTERHOLZ Cincinnati. O. 
WILLIAM C. SAWYER Louisville 
LINDA L. SCHLOSSER Ft. Thomas 
JAMES D. SCHUMACHER West Chester. O. 
MARGARET F. SCHUMACHER Hamilton. O. 
PAULINE SCHWARTZ Flemingsburg 

KENNY W. SCHWING Lawrenceburg, Ind. 
GEORGE W. SCOTT Shelbyville 
LINDA S. SCOTT Cynthiana 
THOMAS A. SCOTT Newport 
CHARLES G. SCRIVNER Irvine 
WAYNE V. SCUDDER Warsaw 



JUNIORS/REF-SCR 493 



CAROL S. SEKURA West Mifflin, Pa. 
L. SUE SELL Louisville 
JEFFREY K. SETTLES Springfield 
PAUL D. SETTLES Lexington 
ROBERT W. SHADWICK Bethlehem 
SANDRA ]. SHARP London 

JOHN J. SHEKELL Louisville 
SI IERRILL L. SHIELDS Lawrenceburg 
JOYCE E. SHIPMAN Sidney. Ohio 
JAMES R. SHOUP Stanford 
SUSAN J. SHRADER Louisville 
DAVID A. SIEREVELD Ft. Thomas 

PAMELA L. SIMCOE Shepherdsville 
DEBORAH A. SIMPSON Owenton 
BARBARA L. SIMS Louisville 
LARRY B.SIMS Ml. Olivet 
BRENDA N. SIZEMORE Chavies 
MARY P. SIZEMORE East Bernstadt 

DEBORAH M. SKEDEL Pittsburgh, Pa. 
MARTHA L. SKIDMORE Elizabethtoivn 
ELISABETH A.R. SMALL Lexington 
BARRY L. SMALLWOOD Lexington 
ARLIENE SMITH Manchester 
BILLY C. SMITH Manchester 

BRENDA E. SMITH Springfield 
CAROL SMITH Lebanon 
CAROLYN S. SMITH Kerby Knob 
DENISE D. SMITH Louisville 
DENNIS H. SMITH Ft. Thomas 
ELLEN S. SMITH Manchester 

JANET P. SMITH Campbelisville 
JIMMIE J. SMITH Manchester 
JOHN N. SMITH III Louisville 
SHARON M. SMITH Springfield 
THOMAS A. SMITH Erlanger 
SAMUEL L. SPALDING Lebanon 

JOHN H. SPARKS Lexington 
LAURA J. SPARKS Carlisle 
DONNA G. SPENCER Williamsburg 
CYNTHIA M. SPRATT Louisville 
DONNA C. SPRINGATE Louisville 
SHIRLYNN STACY Hazard 

CHARLES C. STALLINGS Springfield 
VIRGINIA K. STANFIELD Flemingsburg 
HERMAN R. STEILBERG Louisville 
MARSHA F. STERCHI Valley Station 
SAM STERN Champaign, Illinois 
KENT STEVENS Ml. Eden 




494 JUNIORS/SEK-STE 



Confused Students Accompany Registration 




LELAND STEWART PineviJ/e 
MARGARET G. STEWART Perryvi'Ue 
KENNETH H. STILES Louisville 
WANDA S. STILES Howardstown 
DONALD T. STOCKER Lawrenceburg 
BRAD L. STOFFREGEN Hamilton, Ohio 

LEE D.STOKES Louisville 
DAVID W. STONE Bardstown 
ROXIE C. STRATTON Harrodsburg 
JANICE L. STRICKLAND Louisville 
SHARON G. STROUD Louisville 
JUDELLE SULLIVAN Greensburg 

THOMAS E. SWANSON Louisville 
BETTY J. SWEENEY Waynesburg 
CARLA K. SWOPE Dayton. Ohio 
ANNE K. TABB HopkinsviJJe 
THOMAS M. TATUM Lebanon 
BILLY J. TAYLOR Richmond 

CLAUDIA G. TAYLOR Frankfort 
TERRY C. TAYLOR Bloomfield 
WILLIAM R. TERRY Mt. Sterling 
ALFRED E. THOMPSON Owensboro 
PAMELA K. THOMPSON S. Williamson 
PRISCILLA THOMPSON Louisville 

C. THOMAS TIDWELL Louisville 
JAMES E. TILLMAN III Louisville 
PAMELA M. TOATLEY Louisville 
WILLIAM R. TOMLINSON Evarts 
MICHAEL W. TORSTRICK Louisville 
RODNEY TRAVIS Jenkins 




Alumni Coliseum takes on the appearance of Grand Central Station, as students register for 
their spring classes. 



JUNIORS STE-TRA 495 



STEVEN B. TRIMBBLE Richmond 
MICHAEL L. TRULOCK Austin, Indiana 
JAMES T. TUGGLE Pleasant View 
CARLIS E. TURNER Dayton 
CAROLYN S. TURNER Jackson 
DELORIS B. TURNER Jackson 

LEONA TURNER Jackson 

REX K. TURNER Lancaster 

W.MICHAEL TURNER Louisvifie 

IRA J.TUSSEY David 

TERESA UPTON Berea 

GLORIA D. VAN BEVER Richmond 

JOHN E. VAN DYKE Eminence 
JAMES R. VANOVER Middiesboro 
LINDA S. VAUGHN Richmond 
ORLEEN M. VAUGHN London 
WAYNE D. VICE Corbin 
MICHAEL J. VICKERS Cold Springs 

LINDA D. VICTOR Garrett 
LINDA J. VITATOE Wheelwright 
DAVID M. WADE Harrodsburg 
CONNIE W. WAGGERNER Campbellsville 
BARBARA J. WALKER Manchester 
ARTYE M. WALTERS Lou isvilie 

CHARLES F. WARD Pea Ridge 
NANCY L. WARD Greensburg 
SHARON L. WARD Louisville 
THOMAS A. WARDELL Lexington 
JOE I. WASHINGTON Lynch 
HAZEL M. WATHEN Henderson 

SYLVIA L. WATSON Waiton 
DEBORAH A. WATTS Hazard 
DONNA R. WAUGH Carlisle 
CHRISTOPHER J. WEBB Jackson 
JOHN K. WEBBPrestonsburg 
ROY E. WEBB Wiliingboro, New Jersey 

TERESA L. WEBB Ashland 
JOY L. WELCH Richmond 
DOUG W. WEST Richmond 
H. QUINN WEST Nicholasville 
GLORIA L. WESTERMAN Lou isvilie 
WALTER N. WESTRICH Okeana. Ohio 

DENISE WHEELER Westervilie, Ohio 
JILLS. WHICKER McKee 
CLIFFORD D. WHITAKER Cynthiana 
JANE K. WHITAKER Hazard 
SHEREE D. WHITAKER Chavies 
DAVID E. WHITE Richmond 




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STEPHEN G. WHITE Frankfort 
ANDRA V. WICKLUND Independence 
CHER L. WILHITE Louisville 
LIZABETH L. WILKINS Dayton, Ohio 
DONALD L. WILLIAMS SheJbyviJIe 
MARK H. WILLIAMS Lexington 

ROBERT L. WILLIAMS Soulh Portsmouth 
TED J. WILLIAMS Mason, Ohio 
LONNIE E. WILLIAMSON Inez 
PAUL A. WILSON Louisville 
EUGENE W. WINBUN, JR. Louisville 
ROBERT G. WINKLER Rushvii/e. Indiana 

GARY B. WINN Florence 
BRENDA F. WISE Perryville 
ARNOLD R. WITT Goshen. Indiana 
HARAN E. WITT Holmesmill 
MALCOMB M. WITT Pans 
DENNIS R. WOLFE Covington 

ROBERT A. WOLFZORN Ft. Thomas 
BRENDA L. WOOD South Shore 
MICHAEL G. WOOD Pleasureville 
KATHY D. WOOLDRIDGE Owensboro 
TIN-IOR WONG British Hong Kong 
MARGARET A. WORLAND Louisville 

GARY A. WORLEY Coopersville 
MARY A. WOZNY Louisville 
ALVIN WREN, JR. Gravel Switch 
SANDRA K. WRIGHT Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHARON S. WYATT Louisville 
MARY J. WYNKOOP Eaton. Ohio 

GARNIE A. YEAGER Bondville 
STEPHEN K. YEARY Winchester 
HAROLD M. YELTON Virginia Beach. Va. 
CONNIE S. YORK Richmond 
GLENDON W. YORK Tyner 
DEBORAH A. YOUNG Danville 



THOMAS A. YOUNG Springfield 
BRENDA A. ZIERES Liberty. New York 
DENNIS C. ZION Bellevue 



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JUNIORS/WHI-ZIO 497 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Mark Cowman, President; Wilson Myers, Vice President; Bonnie Gray, Treasurer. 

Sophomores Meet New Responsibilities 

The Class of '74 returned to campus as 
more experienced students. The beanies 
were being worn by a new Freshman class, 
and the Sophomores took their place along- 
side the upperclassmen. Though more ex- 
perienced, they still found many new dis- 
coveries awaiting them in the three years 
ahead. 



498 SOPHOMORES/CLASS OFFICERS 



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JAMES M. ABELl. Louisville 

BEN ADAMS Pineville 

JUDITH F. ADAMS Louisville 

LINDA L. ADAMS Eubank 

SUSAN M. ADAMS Henryville. Indiana 

TONI G. ALEXANDER Cincinnati. Ohio 

BLANDA K. ALLEN Hazard 
GARY D. ALLEY Winchester 
KATHY K. ALTON Monticello 
JENNIFER F. ANDERSON Louisville 
PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Covington 
LYNDA L. AREHART Sabina. Ohio 

JAMES A. ARLINGTON Elsmere 
SARA E. ARNOLD Columbia 
CARMAN G. ARVIN Lebanon 
HERMAN ASHER Pineville 
LORNA K. ATKINS Lexington 
RONNIE D. ATKINS Dayton, Ohio 

JANET S. AYDT Louisville 

PAULA L. AYDT Louisville 

TERRY R. BABBIN Ml. Vernon. New York 

KATHERINE BABINGTON Hackettstown, N.J. 

SUSAN J. BACHUS Cincinnati. Ohio 

KAREN L. BAILEY Loveiand. Ohio 

MICHEAL E. BAILEY Covinglon 
CARLA A. BAKER Louisville 
JANET L. BAKER Marengo, Ohio 
WANDA K. BAKER Manchester 
DEBBIE L. BALES New Lebanon, Ohio 
BARBARA J. BALL Catlettsburg 

DIANNA L. BALL Berea 
CINDY K. BALTZLEY Cincinnati. Ohio 
BARBARA A. BANZHAF Ft. Thomas 
LANA K. BARNETT Harrodsburg 
ROSEMARY L. BARNETT Lexington 
SUSAN J. BARNETT Pleasure Ridge Park 

ROBERT W. BARRETT Erlanger 
MARTIN J. BARSOTT Elmwood City. Pa. 
PHYLLIS C. BARTON Farmersville. Ohio 
YVONNE C. BARTON Corbin 
JANET E. BATES Dayton. Ohio 
JENNIFER L. BATES Prestonsburg 

TERESA L. BATES New Castle 
CONNIE BEAMS Jacksonville. Illinois 
JUDY A. BEAN Louisville 
DENNIS |. BEARD York, Pennsylvania 
GUY M. BEAVER Long Branch. N.J. 
TERRY A. BECKER Silver Grove 

SOPHOMORES/ABE-BEC 499 



DEBORAH G. BECKETT Washington 
ROBERT L. BEESON, JR. Dayton, Ohio 
SUEM. BEHRENS Cincinnati, Ohio 
RITA M. BEITLER Phoenixville, Pa. 
ANGELA F, BENDER Lexington 
BETTNIA J. BENTLEY Worthington 

GLENNA D. BENTLEY Topmost 
TERESA A. BERLIN Wilmington, Ohio 
ANNA M. BIAGI Shelbyviiie 
LORAL. BILLUPS Russell 
DAVID M. BIONDO Charlotte, N.C. 
ANNE S. BLAKEMAN Lawrenceburg 

LINDA C. BLANC Brandenburg 
RICK E. BLANKENSHIP Russell 
DEBORAH L. BLANTON Lexington 
DORIS E. BLEDSOE Albany 
GAIL I. BLEVINS Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA S. BOATRIGHT Lancaster 

JEANNE BOGGESS Coreenville 
LEA BOGGIO Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. 
DIANA L. BOGGS Springfield, Ohio 
THOMAS D. BOGGS Coidsprings 
WANDA L. BOGIE Frankfort 
IVAN P. BOOTH BeattyviJJe 

ANNE L. BOOTHE Carlisle 
JANE A. BORDERS Paintsvilie 
DEBORAH A. BOWLES Brooksville 
COLLEEN J. BRACE Auburn, Indiana 
CYNTHIA A. BRANOM Sparta 
KATHLEEN M. BRAUN Louisville 

HUGH F. BREEDEN Shelbyviiie 
STEWART E. BRENTZEL Louisville 
MARY A. BRESCH Fort Mitchell 
BRENDA C. BREWER Xenia, Ohio 
JANICE BREWER Hazard 
NADINE I. BREWER Dayton, Ohio 

CHARLES R. BRIGHT Cincinnati, Ohio 
GARY S. BROOKS Vandalia, Ohio 
PAMELA S. BROWNING London 
WILLIAM S. BROWNING Harlan 
THEODORA M. BRUNETTI Pittsburgh. Pa. 
JAMES L. BRUSSELL Bardstown 

TIMOTHY J. BRYAN Dayton, Ohio 
ELIZABETH C. BRYANT Cincinnati, O. 
SHANNON BRYANT Pikeville 
JOSEPH M. BUCHANAN Florence 
MARY E. BUCHANAN Lebanon. Ohio 
RICHARD S. BUCKINGHAM Louisville 




500 SOPHOMORES/BEC-BUC 



Ravine Provides Peaceful Setting 



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Dozing in the grass can be a gas for a snoozing student. 




JAMES K. BUEHNER FarmersvilJe. Ohio 
VICKI G. BUGG Harrodsburg 
DEBRA L. BULLOCK Louisville 
KATHRYN A. BUMAGARNER Wilmington. O. 
JANE T. BURDETTE Lebanon 
JACQUELYN BURLESON! Fort Thomas 

BARBARA J. BURNS Wiliisburg 
JAMES S. BURRIS. JR. Mt. Washington 
BARBARA BUSH Frankfort 
JACKIE CALDWELL Faimouth 
EVERETT M. CALDWELL Ash/and 
DEBBIE A. CAMPBELL Ashland 

LESLIE J. CAMPBELL Love/and. Ohio 
ROCKY L. CAMPBELL Corbin 
SUSAN E. CAMPBELL Lebanon. Ohio 
JANICE L. CARDWELL Louisville 
JIMMY L. CAREY SpringfieJd 
CATHY C. CARLETON Harrodsburg 

SOPHOMORES/BUE-CAR 501 



Weekends Bring A Deserted Campus 



JAMES B. CARNAHAN London 
BARRY L. CARNES Middlesboro 
JEFF H. CARSON Falmouth 
CHARLES M. CARTER Versailles 
CHERYL L. CARTER Middletown, Ohio 
PHYLLIS G. CASE Cynthiana 

RHONDA CASSIDAY Stanford 
ROGER D. CASTLE Inez 
ELIZABETH J. CATLETT Frankfort 
BOBBIE ). CAUDILL Pekin, Indiana 
RHONDA C. CAUDILL Whitesburg 
DONALD W. CAUSEY Paintlick 

JOHNNY CHADWELL Middlesboro 
DUSTY L. CHANDLER Madison, Indiana 
DENNIS W. CHANEY Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES A. CHEEK Independence 
REBECCA A. CHRISTIAN Lancaster, Ohio 
ANNE C. CHURCHILL Irvington 

BONITA S. CLARE Louisville 
KENNETH L. CLARK Lebanon 
RONNIE B. CLARK Monticello 
MARCIA B. CLARKE Mt. Prospect. 111. 
ROSEMARY CLARKE Ashland 
DAVID N. CLAYTON Lenoxburg 





Two students wait on Palmer Hall steps for their weekly ride home. 



502 SOPHOMORES/CAR-CLA 




PATRICIA A. CLEAVER Russe/J 
VICKI L. CLENSY Germantown. Ohio 
DRUCILLA CLEVELAND Versailles 
ROGER L. CLEVENGER Valley Station 
RUBYG. CLEVINGER Breaks. Virginia 
CHARLES H. COLEHOUR Rockford. III. 

TERESA L. COLGAN Flemingsburg 
KENNETH A. COLLINS Covington 
DIANA L. COMBS Hazard 
JUDITH L. COMBS Sassafras 
THOMAS D. COMBS, )R. Lexington 
ANNA L. CONNER Springfield 

LESLIE ). CONNETT Newport 
DAVID A. CONRAD Falmouth 
MIKE J. CONWAY Louisville 
MICHAEL L. COOPER Monticello 
SUE A. COOPER Paintsville 
GARY B. COPLEY Warfield 

JANE A. COSTINE St. Ciairsville, Ohio 
MARSHA K. COSBY Richmond 
MARY K. COSBY Richmond 
BENJAMIN W. CORNETTE Pikeville 
SANDRA J. COTTONGIN Manchester 
SONJA L. COUCH Louisville 

JAMES M. COWAN Winchester 
MARK F. COWMAN Wilmington, Ohio 
PATSY A. COX Berea 
KARL W. CRABTREE Louisville 
DONNA H. CRAIN Lawrenceburg 
WENDY G. CRAMOND Lancaster. Ohio 

GEORGIA A. CRAWFORD Falmouth 
MICHAEL B. CREECH Lexington 
STEPHEN W. CREWSHAW Louisville 
HARRY S. CRIGLER Shepherdsville 
DARYL E. CROSSFIELD Paris 
CARL M. CROTHERS Paintsville 

KATHY R. CROXTON Pleasureville 
MICHAEL G. CRUEY Covington 
BRUCE CRUMP Owensboro 
JEFFREY G. CRUSE Somerset 
RUBY J. CUMMINS Brodhead 
JUDY A. CUNNINGHAM Richmond 

MADGE W. CUNNINGHAM Louisville 
DENNIS C. CURRAN Cincinnati. Ohio 
KAREN A. CURRENT Lexington 
ROBERT G. CURRY South Lyon, Mich. 
DIANE CURTIS Corinth 
TAFFIE J. CURTIS Clay City 

SOPHOMORES/CLE-CUR 503 



JIMMY R. CUPP VaJley Station 
MARGARET A. DAFLER New Lebanon, O. 
EUGENE DANIEL Ashland 
JENNIFER A. DANIEL Corbin 
RICHARD W. DANIELS Englewood, Ohio 
KATHY L. DANO Dayton, Ohio 

DIANE C. DARENKAMP Fort Mitchell 
DAVID O. DARST Norton, Ohio 
BARBARA K. DAUGHERTY Radcliff 
DONNA K. DAUGHERTY Falmouth 
ROBERT E. DAVENPORT, JR. Campbellsvilie 
CHARLOTTE A. DAVIS Campbellsvilie 

LEAM. DAVIS Louisville 
LESLIE A. DAVIS Speedway, Indiana 
NINA G. DAVIS Williamsburg 
RAY D. DAVIS Nicholasville 
CHARLES J. DAWSON Danville 
GEORGIA DAY Crab Orchard 

RONALD R. DAY Portsmouth, Ohio 
MICHAEL L. DEATON Austin, Indiana 
LINDA G. DEATS Louisville 
MARY J. DEJACO Alexandria 
CORNELIS F. DEHOOP Richmond 
ANGELA C. DELANEY Butler 

PATRICIA L. DEMKO Louisville 
ROBERT L. DENISON Virgie 
JO ANN DENNEY Walton 
DAVID O. DENNIS Lexington 
CYNTHIA A. DENNISON Springfield, O. 
TERESA L. DENNY Louisville 

DEBBIE L. DERRICK Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM T. DIAMOND Lexington 
GARY DICK Pueblo 
MARTHA J. DICK Monticello 
CONSTANCE A. DILLION Corbin 
ALBERT A. DISHON Radcliff 

MARGIE M. DISHON Radcliff 
CONNIE L. DIXON Irvine 
PATRICIA D. DONOHUE Louisville 
FREDERICK G. DODD New Boston, Ohio 
ROBERT A. DOUGHTY Crab Orchard 
ROBERT G. DOWNING Lexington 

ARTHUR A. DRAUT Louisville 
SUSANN N. DUCKETT Somerset 
STEPHEN E, DUFF Cincinnati, Ohio 
EDITH G. DYE Frankfort 
ESTHER J. EAGLE Anchorage, Alaska 
KEITH M. EARLEY /amestown, Ohio 




504 SOPHOMORES/CUP-EAR 



Work Opportunities Help Defray Costs 



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A student worker in Buildings and Grounds snoozes in a truck bed between job assignments. 




ROBERT L. EASTERLING Booneville 
CYNTHIA K. EDGINGTON Lancaster 
DONNA M. EDWARDS Louisville 
VIRGIL P. ELLIOTT )R. Danville 
ANTOINETTE ELOVITZ Lexington 
DENISE L. ELZY Louisville 

JOYCE ANN EMMONS Flemings burg 
SONIA ]. EPLEY Somerset 
BARBARA L. ERISMAN Marthasville. Mo. 
PATRICAI A. ERWIN Union. Ohio 
RANDALL K. ESTEP Louisville 
TIMOTHY A. ESTEP Taylor, Michigan 

JUDY K. EVERSOLE Buckhorn 
MARY J. EVERSOLE Lexington 
LEEK. EWING Louisville 
DAVE A. FEDDERS Florence 
BEVERLY D. FELDMAN Lancaster 
MICHAEL L. FENDER New Richmond, O. 



SOPHOMORES/EAS-FEN 505 



Bulletin Boards Proclaim "Excitement 71" 



MARYANN FERRANTE Campbellsvifle 
DENNY L. FERRELL Middlesboro 
LOLA J. FIEDERER Winchester 
THOMAS E. FINDLEY Co/umbus. Ohio 
DONNA F. FIRMAN Bardstown 
CINDY A. FITZGERALD Daylon, Ohio 

JANICE L. FLETCHER Louisville 
JOYCE L. FLORA Frankfort 
CAROL A. FLOYD Danville 
ANDERS FOGT Louisviiie 
SANDRA J. FOLEY Lebanon, Ohio 
BRENDA J. FORD Bardstown 

STEPHEN E. FORE Ravenna 
YVONNE G. FORKAL Nicholson, Pa. 
CONNIE J. FREKING Florence 
AUDREY L. FRISON Benham 
BRUCE M. FULTON Erianger 
RICHARD S. FURY Harrison. Ohio 





"Excitement 71" was the autumn theme announced by campus 
bulletin boards. "Skip" Daugherty and Doug Whitlock are ar- 
ranging a display on the Coates Administration Building board. 



506 SOPHOMORES/FER-FUR 



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ELLIOT GAINES Paris, France 
GEORGE T. GAINES Georgetown 
STEPHANIE GARDINER Valley Station 
TAFFIE D. GARDNER Versailles 
ROGER L. GARLAND Middlesboro 
RONALD R. GARRISON Ft. Thomas 

DONNA E. GARY Louisville 
DIANA I,. GAY Lancaster 
BARBARA K. GAYHART Crittenden 
JOYCE GAYHEART Hazard 
DAVID F. GIBSON Lexington 
JOSEPH B. GIBSON Monticello 

JUDY L.GIBSON Louisville 
JERRY R.GILBERT Irvine 
H.R.GILES Middlesboro 
CHARLEY E. GILLESPIE Richmond 
ROGER D. GILPIN New Haven 
MICHEAL A. GLENN Frankfort 

LESLIE J. GLICK Cincinnati. Ohio 
SUSAN G. GLOVER Danville 
JOHN E. GOATLEY Springfield 
BELINDA GOBLE Allen 
PAMELA GOBLE Prestonsburg 
ROSE O. GOODIN Lebanon 

GLENDA L. GORDON Moreiand 
BONNIE D. GRAY Dayton, Ohio 
PATRICIA A. GREENE Middlesboro 
MARGARET E. GREENVVELL New Haven 
GAYLE L. GREGG Bainbridge, Ohio 
NANCY K. GRETZINGER Troy, Ohio 

MARY J. GRIDER Tompkinsville 
SARAH K. GRIESCH Valley Station 
SANDRA L. GRIFFIN Cincinnati. Ohio 
ROBERTA J. GROSS Warsaw 
CHARLES H. GUYN Nicholasville 
FRAN HACKMAN Ft. Mitchell 

KENNETH W. HACKWORTH Berea 
HUBERT L. HAGAN Louisville 
LYDIA VV. HAGAN Springfield 
RICKY A. HAGGARD Winchester 
DIANA M. HAHLEN Erlanger 
CAROL A. HALL Ml. Sterling 

DEBORAH A. HALL Louisville 

JOHN T. HALL Trenton. Ohio 

KAREN L. HALL McDowell 

TONDAL. HALLHihat 

CAROL A. HALLETT Ft. Thomas 

DANE R HAMILTON South Bend. Indiana 

SOPHOMORES/GAI-HAC 507 



DEBRA A. HAMILTON Georgetown 
JUDITH K. HAMILTON Pikeville 
KAREN L. HAMILTON Owens boro 
JUDY L. HAMMOND Taylorsville 
LINDA K. HAMMONS Paris 
KATHRYN S. HAMPTON Lexington 

PERCY E. HAMPTON Lexington 
VICTOR R. HANNAN Berea 
JUDY K. HANSFORD Shopville 
JENNIFER HARDIN Henderson 
MICHEAL D. HARPER Catlettsburg 
DENNIS HARRIS Shelbyviile 

GILDA S. HARRIS Richmond 
HELEN J. HARRIS Middlesboro 
DEBBIE S. HARRISON Louisville 
TIMOTHY R. HARRISON Port Royal 
BARBARA J. HARROD Frankfort 
JOHN C. HARTJE Covington 

DONALD R. HARVEY Beiievue 
JULIE M. HASKINS Ml. Sterling 
JUDY G. HATFIELD Harian 
DEBORAH J. HAWKINS Lexington 
KATHY A. HAWKS Cincinnati, Ohio 
RUTH A. HAYS GraveJ Switch 

SHEILA K. HAYS McKee 
ANNE H. HAZELRIGG Danville 
MARY L. HEAD New Haven 
KATHY A. HECKMAN Louisville 
HANNAH J. HELM Lexington 
WILLIAM S. HELM Louisville 

MARGARET HEMMERLE Beiievue 
JEAN C. HEMPFLING Hebron 
CYNTHIA L. HENDRICKSON Corbin 
HARRY S. HENSLEY Nicholasville 
IMOGENE HERALD Batavia, Ohio 
NANCY E. HERALD Quicksand 

LINDA S. HERN Hillsboro, Ohio 
VINCENT J. HEUSER Louisville 
SUSAN S. HIBBS Bardstown 
JUDY L. HICKS Westchester. Ohio 
DEBBIE A. HIGGINS Louisville 
CATHY E. HILL Versailles 

CHARLES A. HILL Louisville 
KAREN E. HILL Fairless Hills, Pa. 
PAUL D. HINES Goshen, Ohio 
JOHN R. HITCHCOCK Shreve. Ohio 
MARY T. HOFFMAN Bardstown 
LOIS A. HOLLAN Austin, Indiana 




508 SOPHOMORES/HAM-HOL 



Rainy Days Punctuate Fall Months 




EUGENE W. HOLLAND Fairdaie 
SHEILA K. HOLSCLAW Lexington 
BEVERLY A. HOLTEN independence 
JAMES M. HOOD Florence 
RAYMOND A. HOOD Medina, Ohio 
PAMELA L. HOOP Florence 

GARY W. HOPPERTON Dry Ridge 
NANCY K. HOUDESHELL Dayton. Ohio 
JIM A. HOUSE Richmond 
ESTHER B. HOUSER Lynch 
DARRELL N. HOVIOUS Hustonville 
DEBBIE M. HRICKO Rockviile, Md. 

BENJAMIN R. HUBBARD Williamson. IV. Va. 
DEBBIE J. HUBBARD Richmond 
ARTHUR A. HUGHES Louisville 
JACKY R. HUGHES Monticello 
MADONNA K. HUGHES Louisville 
WILLIAM L. HUGHES Irvine 

DEBRA L. HUNGLER Covington 
BRENDA D. HUNT Paint Lick 
RONALD E. HUNT Louisville 
TOM J. HURAK Lima, Ohio 
STEVEN L. HURLEY Xenia. Ohio 
LINDA G. HURT Hazard 




Aleta Greayer, Betsy Hill, and Rick Allen take time out to have a little fun and play in the rain. 



SOPHOMORES/HOL-HUR 509 



Library Affords Quiet Study 



LIBBIE IOVINE MiddJesboro 
BETTY D. JACKSON Richmond 
DEBORAH R. JACOBS Walton 
LESLIE A. JAMES Northfield, N.J. 
LLOYD M. JAMES Stanford 
WILLIAM J. JAMES Louisville 

PHILLIP L. JARED Louisville 
JO A. JEFFERS Frankfort 
SALLY N. JEFFERS Newark, Ohio 
LUTHER D. JEWELL Corbin 
CATHY JODY Richmond 
JUDY K. JOHNS Richmond 

BRENDA L. JOHNSON Walton 
KAY A. IOHNSON North RidgeviJie, Ohio 
MARSHA D. JOHNSON Louisville 
STEPHEN T. JOHNSON Louisville 
TERRENCE A. JOHNSON Cincinnati. O. 
WINNIE S. JOHNSON Florence 

YVETTE JOHNSON Louisville 
RUTH JOHNSTON Middlesboro 
BONNIE J. JONES Erlanger 
DIANNE C. JONES Lancaster, Ohio 
HARRY B. JONES North Middletown 
JUDY G. JONES London 





A coed, doing a research paper, takes advantage of the Library's vast source of information. 



510 SOPHOMORES/IOV-JON 



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KAREN L. JONES Cincinnati. Ohio 
MARY J. JORDAN Pikeville 
PAMELA K. JUDD Florence 
PATRICIA M. JUDGE Burlington 
BETH J. JUREK Frankfort 
CHESTER JUSTICE. JR. Knoxville, Tenn. 

EDWIN T. KALE Bowling Green. Ohio 
KAREN E. KARETH Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHARON L. KEELING Mackville 
JAMES L. KEETON Mobile. Alabama 
THOMAS E. KELLER Lexington 
SARAH K. KELLEY Lexington 

CYNTHIA A. KELSO Cincinnati, Ohio 
RICKY L. KEMERLY Okolona 
MARY A. KEMPER Frankfort 
PAMELA S. KIDDOO Fairfield. Ohio 
JOYCE K. KILGORE New Paris. Ohio 
GAIL L. KIMBALL Norwood, Ohio 

HAROLD F. KINCAID Beattyville 
ANNBRUCE G. KING Lexington 
KAREN S. KING Brooksville 
LUCIEN L. KINSOLVING Shelbyville 
DOROTHY K. KIRCHDORFER Brandenburg 
ERIC P. KISER Louisville 

CATHERINE KNARR Norwood. Ohio 
CYNTHIA I. KNIGHT Hackettstown. N.J. 
PATRICIA C. KNIGHT Arlington, Va. 
JANET KNIPPLE Livonia, Michigan 
MARY E. KNIPPLE Livonia, Michigan 
PATRICIA A. KOHL Cincinnati, Ohio 

SUSAN M. KOMAN Springfield. Ohio 
KAREN E. KRANZ Erianger 
LINDA S. KRAUTH Ft Mitchell 
KATHRYN A. KRAUTWATER Springfield O. 
CARLA A. KUFFNER Louisville 
LENETTA LACADEN Louisville 

ELIZABETH D. LACKEY Berea 
MICHAEL J. LAFAVERS Somerset 
JENNIFER L. LAIRD Springfield. Ohio 
JERRY G.LAMB Paint Lick 
TIMOTHY J. LANHAM Perryville 
JOHN R.LANIER London 

PAUL C. LANTER Williamstonn 
PATRICIA A. LAPE Bellevue 
DEBBY LAWRENCE Louisville 
PEGGY R. LAWSON Monticello 
MARTHA R. LEAVELL Crestwood 
FRANCES N. LEE Lebanon 

SOPHOMORES/JON-LEE 511 



DANIEL ). LEGEL Louisville 
DONNA L. LEHMAN Alexandria 
SHERRI L. LENBERGER LouisvilJe 
ADRIENNE H. LENNART Louisville 
STEVE F. LENTZ Danville 
LISBETH K. LEVALLEY Dayton, Ohio 

CARL L. LEWALLEN Corbin 
BEV C. LEWIS Morrow, Ohio 
DEBORAH K. LEWIS Fiatwood 
ROBERT S. LEWIS Ashland 
TESSELLA LEWIS Putney 
NORMAN LITTLE Pikeviile 

MARILYN S. LOCKE Lexington 
JANET L. LOCKRIDGE Mt. Sterling 
TINAF. LOEBErlanger 
BILL G. LOFFIN Erlanger 
GARY M. LONG Harrodsburg 
GENE R. LONG Centerville. Ohio 

CAROLYN S. LOVE Paris 
DENISE LOUDERBACK Louisville 
SUSAN L. LOWE Winchester 
CHARLES O. LOWERY, JR. Louisville 
PAMELA L. LOWERY Richmond 
JANISM. LUCKETT Lebanon 

BARBARA E. LUMSDEN Cincinnati, O. 
SANDRA K. LUNDY Pinevilie 
ROBERT W. LUTKENHOFFFt. Thomas 
JOE A. LYON Paintsville 
DONNA B. McARTHUR Cincinnati, O. 
JENNIE R. McBRAYER Shelbyviile 

JUDITH A. McCLANAHAN Williamstown 
RANDALL G. McCLEARN ShepherdsviJJe 
KAREN E. McCORD Brooksville 
CONNIE McCULLAR Wilmore 
JOYCE A. McEWEN Louisville 
JUDY McFALL Albany 

ALISON McFARLAND Owens boro 
JUDY McGUIRE Middletown, Ohio 
KATHRYN H. McKENZIE Paintsville 
RAMONA K. McNEES Cynthiana 
JOHN D. McNEW Mt. Vernon 
JANIS L. McNULTY Cincinnati, Ohio 

RACHEL L. McQUERRY Paint Lick 
PHYLLIS A. MACAULAY Kettering, O. 
LINDA D. MACK Shelbyviile 
JEFFREY S. MAGERS Louisville 
LINDA S. MAGGARD Hazard 
JOYCE MAINS Butler 




512 SOPHOMORES/LEG-MAI 



Library Is Not Only For Studying 





PATTY L. MAIN'S Falmouth 

ROBERT D. MAIN'ES Battle Creek. Mich. 

LINDA S. MANNING Somerset 

LUCYC. MARCUM Albany 

JAYNE L. MARLOWE Frankfort 

DARYL P. MARMILLOT Louisville 

KEVIN D. MARTELLO Lexington 
LEE B. MARTIN Owensboro 
VICKI L. MARTIN Louisville 
PEGGY A. MASCHMEYER Ludlow 
MICHAEL L. MASON Lynch 
RICHARD L. MASON Alexandria 

ALETHA A. MASTERS Big Slone Gap, Va. 
LYNN D. MASTERS Big Stone Gap. Va. 
BOBBY G. MAUNEY, JR. Louisviiie 
SHARON E. MAUPIN Lebanon 
PATTY S. MAVITY Richmond 
KATHY L. MAY Prestonburg 

KATHY MAYER Alexandria 
GWEN MAYES Harrodsburg 
HAROLD S. MAYES Booneville 
NATHAN C. MAYFIELD Louisville 
LYNDA L. MAYSLeathenvood 
NADIENE R. MELLONCAMP Davton. O. 




This student finds the quiet library a perfect place to take a short nap. 



SOPHOMORES/MAI-MEL 513 



Warm Fall Days Bring Students Outdoors 



R. BRUCE MERCER Stanford 
SHERRY G. MESSER Mansfield, Ohio 
GARY T. METCALF Bardstown 
LEO K. MIDDEN. JR. Cynihiana 
BRENDA S. MILBURN Springfieid 
GARY D. MILBY Louisville 

KEVIN C. MILES Indianapolis, Indiana 
CHERI L. MILLER Covington 
CHESTER W. MILLER Jamestown, Ohio 
EDWIN A. MILLER Winchester 
HERSCHE P. MILLER Fairdale 
JOAN F.MILLER Russell 

NANCY J. MILLER Pittsburgh. Pa. 
ROGER A. MILLER Ft. Thomas 
MARY R. MILLS Ft. Campbell 
KENNETH W. MITCHELL Lexington 
PATRICIA K. MITCHELL Paducah 
ALICE M. MONTGOMERY Scottsburg, Ind. 

JAMES S. MOBLEY Fern Creek 
SANDRA J. MOERMOND Ft. Thomas 
CHARLES R. MOLOHON JR. Bardstown 
GREGORY H. MOORE Miamisburg, Ohio 
GWENDA L. MOORE Fairfield, Ohio 
JOSEPH R. MOORE New Castle 





Warm fall days make the ravine a perfect place for students to get together and talk. 



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KAREN S. MOORE Falmouth 
SANDRA S. MOORE Louisville 
SHERRY C. MOORE Portsmouth. Ohio 
TANYA F. MOORES Danville 
CALDWELL M. MORGAN, JR. Lebanon 
ALEXA S. MORGAN Danville 

MICHAEL MORGAN Closplinl 
SHIRLEY D. MORGAN Louisville 
NORAN'NA L. MORNINGSTAR Springfield, O. 
BRENDA S. MORRIS West Jefferson, O. 
MARCIA C. MORRIS Cincinnati. Ohio 
CHRISTINE D. MUELLER Florence 

ARTIE M. MULLEN Georgetown 
STANFORD T. MULLEN Louisville 
SALLY A. MULLINS Cincinnati, Ohio 
ADRIAN R. MURPHY Louisville 
CAROLYN S. MURPHY Shelbvville 
GENE L. MURPHY Georgetown 

ROGER D. MURPHY Liberty 
JAMES D. MUTH Radcliff 
FRANK W. MYERS Birmingham, Ala, 
MICHAEL B. MYERS Louisville 
KRISTINE L. NAGEL Columbus. Ohio 
CARLA J, NAGLE Virginia Beach. Va. 

MICHAEL S. NAPIER Vandalia, Ohio 
DAVIDS. NEAL Pine Knot 
VIKKI L. NEAL Portsmouth, Ohio 
GARY C. NELSON Melbourne 
JOHN A. NELSON Louisville 
PAUL D. NETTLE Canal Fulton. Ohio 

JOHN E. NEUFARTH Southgate 
JUDITH C. NEWELL Somerset 
SHARON R. NEWMAN Hi Hat 
PAULA NICKLES Demo 
CLARA NOBLE Minnie 
KATHY N. NOBLE Williamsburg 

JUDY NOE West Alexandria, Ohio 
ARLENE M. NUNN Pikeville 
FRANKIE L. NUNN Crab Orchard 
NANCY L. NUNN Albany 
BERNARD B. O'BRYAN III Louisville 
BONNIE M. ODLE Tompkinsville 

BETTY O'HARA Corinth 
DEBRA L. OLDS Frankfort 
MARK L. OLIVER Covington 
DEBBIE L. OLSON Louisville 
KATHRYN L. O'NAN Louisville 
LINDA D. O'NEAL London 



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LINDA A. OSBORNE Paris 
LINDA C. OSBORNE Corbin 
RICHARD M. OTT Kings Mills, Ohio 
SUSAN A. OTTO Ft. Thomas 
PAULA J. OVERSTREET Perry vilie 
PAMELA L. PACK Paintsville 

THOMAS E. PARTIN Annviiie 
LEORA J. PATRICK Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICKI L. PATRICK Springboro, Ohio 
DOROTHY A. PATTERSON Valley Station 
JANICE L. PATTERSON Louisville 
A. TOM PAULSON Sparta, New Jersey 

CECIE PEARCE Shelbyville 
WAYNE G. PEARSALL Lorain, Ohio 
DEBRA K. PEARSON Dayton, Ohio 
LARRY J. PEAVLER Fern Creek 
HELENA S. PEEBLES McDermott, Ohio 
ERNEST L. PENNINGTON Spotsylvania, Va. 

LLOYD W. PENISTON Turners Station 
STEVEN R. PERKINSON Carrollton 
ELLEN S. PERRY Vine Grove 
DAVID M. PETERS Corbin 
SAMUEL L. PETERS JR. Miami, Florida 
LINDA M. PFALZGRAF Burlington 

JO A. PHARIS Winchester 
A. SUSAN PHELPS London 
BLAINE PHILLIPS Stearns 
GEORGE M. PHILLIPS, JR. Louisville 
REBECCA L. PHILLIPS Louisville 
WAYNE PHILLIPS Stearns 

CARRIE L. PHILPOT London 
JENNIFER S. PIATT Dayton, Ohio 
LARRY D. PIERSON Owenton 
BARBARA D. PITAKOS Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES K. PLUMMER, JR. Cynthiana 
DIANNE G. POLSTON Louisville 

JANET J. POPE Louisville 
KARREN J. POPE Ft. Knox 
ELIZABETH J. POTTER Linwood, N.J. 
MICHAEL J. POTTER Pikeville 
NANCY E. POTTS Louisville 
JANICE H. POWELL Benton 

JUDITH A. POWELL Benton 
RICHARD POWELL Manchester 
MARTHA S. PRATHER Cynthiana 
SALLY J. PRATHER Prospect Heights, 111. 
MICHAEL W. PRATT Georgetown 
MARY R. PREWITT Mt. Sterling 




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The Infirmary Is One Of Many Student Services 




Mrs. Paul Seyfrit, distributes many bottles of Chloraseptic and thousands of throat discs, in the 
winter "flu" season. 




JAMESETTA PRICE Richmond 
SHERRY J. PRICE Louisville 
EDGAR M. PRYOR Turners Station 
LELAJ. PUCKETT Irvine 
MICHAEL PUCKETT Pikeville 
MICHAEL L. PULLIAM Louisville 

SHEA PULLIAM Paris 
DAVE A. QUARLES Swallowfield 
MARGUERITE H. QUICK Baldwin. .Y.Y. 
STEVE T. RAABE Cincinnati. Ohio 
PAUL D. RABUZZI /effersontoivn 
VICKIE L. RADERER Louisville 

DAVID Y. RAGAN Alexandria 
EUGENE D. RAINS Middlesboro 
DENNIS R. RALEIGH Fern Creek 
KAREN L. RAMEY Harlan 
JOYCE M. RAMSEY Albany 
VICKI S. RANEY Louisville 



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Art Blends Skill And Talent 



JAMES W. RANKIN ShelbyviiJe 

ROBERT A. RANKIN Winchester 

CAROL J. RAY Louisville 

LUCIA C. RAZOR Lexington 

MARY L. REAGAN Hartford 

THOMAS J. REBILAS New Carlisle. Ohio 

PATRICIA A. REBOLD Cincinnati. Ohio 
CAROL ]. REED Danville 
JUDY REED Lexington 
ROBERT E. REED Ft. Thomas 
JAMES A. REESE Lausford, Pa. 
DIANNE M. REHKAMP Florence 

RUTH C. REINHARDT Waynesburg 
JANE L. REISEN High Bridge, N.J. 
JESSIE M.REISS Louisville 
SANDRA K. REMY North Ridgeville. Ohio 
GREGORY R. REYNOLDS Lexington 
ANDREW W. RICE Lexington 





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BETTY K. RICE Prestonburg 

JO A. RICE Ashland 

NORA E. RICHARDS Ml. Sterling 

DEBORAH L. RICHARDSON Waco 

SHARON RICHARDSON MonticefJo 

ANGELA R. RICHESON Louisville 

BECKY B. RICKETTS Louisville 
PAUL M. RIDDELL Richmond 
DEBORA S. RIDENOUR Marion, Ohio 
GWENDOLYN RIFFE Danville 
PAUL D. RIFFLE Lima. Ohio 
SUSAN L. RIGGINS Millinglon. N.J. 

PATTY L. RIGGSMI. Gilead. Ohio 
THOMAS J. RILEY Lebanon 
JAMI E. RINKS Middlesboro 
CLAUDIA L. ROBERTS Efsmere 
VICTORIA G. ROBERTSON Waynesburg 
FRED S. ROBINSON Mt. Vernon 

JOHN L. ROBINSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
MATTIE J. ROBINSON Manchesler 
ROBERT L. ROBINSON Louisville 
RUTH A. ROBINSON Bellevue 
ELLEN L. RODGERS WaJJins Creek 
HAROLD ROESCH Fairfield, Ohio 

BRENDA S. ROGERS Slanlon 
MICHAEL A. ROGERS Richmond 
PATTI L. ROGERS Cincinnati, Ohio 
BECKY A. ROSE Louisville 
RICHARD A. ROSS VandaJia. Ohio 
BILLIE A. ROTHEL Midway 

TERRY W. ROUTSON Dayton. Ohio 
KENNETH R. ROWLAND Wilmore 
OPAL S. ROWLAND Clover Bottom 
SHARON K. ROWLETT Bedford 
G. GERALD ROY LaGrange 
DAVID H. RUNYON Ashland 

VICKI J. RYMELL Richmond 
JOHN A. SALISBURY Martin 
MARTHA F. SANDS Louisville 
JOANNA D. SAUNDERS Paintsville 
PAUL E. SCANLON Lexington 
DAVID L. SCARBERRY Ashland 

ROXANN SCHLELEIN Cincinnati. Ohio 
MARY L. SCHOOL Covington 
JOSEPH A. SCOPA JR. Totz 
JANICE M. SCOTT Willisburg 
JOYCE L. SCOTT Middlesboro 
KAREN L. SCHAFFER Cincinnati. Ohio 



SOPHOMORES/RIC-SCH 519 



DANIEL R. SCHERRER Ft. Thomas 
DON D. SCHILLING Lexington 
DOROTHY E. SCHULER Waynesburg 
KAREN L. SCHULER Louisville 
JANET L. SCHULZE West Chester, Ohio 
CAROL P. SCHWENKE Union 

BABETTE SCHWIERJOHANN Ft. Mitchei 
PATRICIA A. SEAMAN Florence 
PATRICIA A. SEBASTIAN Lexington 
TANYA L. SEBASTIAN Germantown, O. 
M. JOYCE SEILER Erlanger 
WILLIAM H. SEIP Woodbury, N.J. 

TERRI J. SEITZ Laivrenceburg, Ind. 
JERRI E. SELLERS Loveland, Ohio 
COY A. SEVIER Gray 
SIMIN SHAKIB Lexington 
ROBERT L. SHANES Lexington 
LINCOLN V. SHARP Harrodsburg 

LINDA D. SHARP Lockport 
JAMES L, SHEPHERD Lebanon 
GILBERT S. SHEW Richmond 
JAMES R. SHEW Richmond 
PAUL D. SHINDELBOWER Richmond 
JANET W. SHOBE Louisville 

JERRY L. SHOTWELL Erlanger 
JAMES K. SHUCK Louisville 
SAMIER E. SHUNNARA Louisville 
DAVID H. SICKELS Louisville 
DENNIS M. SILLS Lexington 
FRED L. SIMPSON Lancaster 

NANCEY M. SIMPSON Springfield 
STEVEN W. SLADE Upper Curry 
JOHN L. SLONE Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHARON L. SLUSHER Williamsburg 
DELORES G. SMITH Louisville 
JAMES D. SMITH Loyall 

JOHN M. SMITH Fairdaie 
JOYCE A. SMITH Winchester 
JUDITH K. SMITH Tompkinsville 
MARK M. SMITH Richmond 
MICHAEL R. SMITH Lebanon 
RHONDA J. SMITH Fort Worth. Texas 

VENITA K. SMITH Somerset 
ELIZABETH C. SNELL Tyner 
GEORGE E. SNYDER Ekron 
JOHN G. SPAHR Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH V. SPALDING Lebanon 
BOBBIE S. SPARKS Pineville 




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520 SOPHOMORES/SCH-SPA 



Dances Provide Weekend Entertainment 




ROSE C. SPARKS Big Creek 
MONTE R. SPENILLA Coeburn. Vo. 
JOYCE A. SPURLOCK Louisville 
RUTH A. ST. CLAIR Louisville 
SANDRA D. STAHL Covington 
SARAH J. STAMBACK Eaton, Ohio 

STARLA S. STAMPER Buckhorn 
GARY G. STANSBERRY Erlanger 
JOYCE A. STAYTON Louisville 
KAREN J. STAZETSKI Donora. Pa. 
RALPH STEELE Lexington 
NANCY J. STEGER Florence 

PAUL R. STEINMETZ Louisville 
FRANK C. STEPHENS Lexington 
KATHY L. STEPHENS Norwood. Ohio 
CINDY A. STEWART Covington 
DONNA K. STEWART Northfield. N.J. 
LESTER G. STEWART Pinevilie 

MELINDA M. STEWART WorthviUe 
SHEILA K. STEWART Elkhorn City 
THALEENA F. STRANGE Clay City 
KARLA A. STRONG Lexington 
LARRY H. STROUD Fern Creek 
EVAN A. STUDER Highland. Indiana 




The "Apple Butter Band" furnishes music for a dance at the Student Union. 



SOPHOMORES/SPA-STU 521 



Bicyclists Not Immune To Parking Woes 



MARCELLA STUMBO Minnie 
DEBORAH A. STURGILL Cumberland 
SHARON A. SULLIVAN Goshen, Ohio 
SHERRY SUMNER Valiey Station 
JUDY D. SUTTLE Middlesboro 
VIKKI A. SWENY Lebanon. Ohio 

JAMES E. SYKES Ash/and 
KITTY S. TACKETT Virgie 
NANCY R. TASSIE Louisville 
MARY SUE TAYLOR Williamsburg 
DAVID P. THEILER Louisville 
GAIL THOMAS Richmond 

KAREN A. THOMAS Centerviile, Ohio 
PEGGY THOMAS Richmond 
WILLIAM K. THOMAS Bardstown 
JACKIE D. THOMPSON Florence 
KATHRYN L. THOMPSON Florence 
CONNIE S. THOMSON New Richmond, O. 




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STEVEN D. THURMAN New Castle 
CYNTHIA L. THURMAN Frankfort 
LEE ANN THURMOND Corbin 
DAVID D. TINDOI.I.. )R. Vine Grove 
JACKIE R. TINGLE Carrotllon 
PEGGY L. TINGLE Pleasure vil/e 

MICHAEL TIPTON Shelbyville 
VELMA L. TOMASSETTI Anchorage 
MARY A. TOWNER Manchester. Ohio 
RUBY K. TRAUGOTT Versa/lies 
MARY E. TRAVIS Ghenl 
HELEN |. TRISLER Harrodsburg 

MICHAEL L. TROUP Miamisburg, Ohio 
SANDRA R. TRUAX Tay/orsviiJe 
OSCAR J. TUDOR, )R. Richmond 
LORI TUNGATE Kettering, Ohio 
MARGIE P. TURNER Lerose 
KATHY J. TURPIN Richmond 

GEORGIA K. TYE Calloway 
FRANK R. ULERY Jeffersontoivn 
CARLTON B. UPTON Williamsburg 
KATHI L. UZZELL Dayton. Ohio 
VALORI E. VALLEY Springfield, Ohio 
SHERYL K. VAN BIBBER Maloneton 

ROXIE LOU C. VANDERPOOL Lancaster 
DEBORAH J. VAN HOOSE Tutor Key 
ELINDA K. VANOVER Middlesboro 
RONNIE W. VANOVER Benham 
ROGER D. VAN ZANT Ml, Vernon 
MARCIA D. VAUGHN Louisville 

DEBORAH K. VICE Carlisle 

JOHN M. VICE Maysville 

PATRICIA L. VICE Mays Lick 

G. MARIE VITTITOE Mt. Washington 

DARLA J. VOGELSANG Hebron 

RICHARD G. VON HANDORF Lookout Heights 

LEWIS E. WACHSMAN Cold Spring 
KENNETH B. WADE Harrodsburg 
ANN C. WAGNER Ft. Thomas 
DEBBIE J. WAINRIGHT Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA P. WALKER Frankfort 
RHONDA C. WALL Waynesburg 

PAULA K. WALLACE Lebanon. Ohio 
JULIA B. WALLIN Brooksville 
ELIZABETH K. WARD Whitesburg 
VICKI J. WARD Lexington 
GWENDA G. WARMAN West Chester. O. 
PAULA M. WATERS Bardstown 

SOPHOMORES/THU-WAT 523 



CINDY WATKINS St. Louis, Missouri 
JAMES M. WATKINS Richmond 
KATHLEEN WATTS Jackson 
PATRICIA A. WATTS Winchester 
RONALD W. WATTS Paris 
KENNETH D. WATSON Frankfort 

JAMES S. WAY Richmond 
CANDACE J. WEAVER Greensburg, Pa. 
CAROLYN A. WEBB Mt. Washington 
DEBBIE M. WEBB Perryviile 
RITA J. WEBB South Portsmouth 
MICHAEL C. WEBER Ft. Thomas 

THERESA A. WEBER LouisviJie 
JUDY L. WEBSTER Frankfort 
HERBERT F. WEDIG Cincinnati, Ohio 
THERESE A. WEIGAND Burlington 
GARY F. WELDON Warehouse PL, Con. 
MARSHA L. WELKER Louisville 

BILLY D.WELLS Dayton 

PAULA M. WERMUTH Independence 

DANNY E. WESLEY Valley Station 

JAMES E. WHITE Louisville 

TOMI L. WHITE Middiesboro 

BARBARA L. WHITEHEAD Brooksvilie 

ROBERT M. WIDUP Richmond 
DEBBIE J. WIGGINS Alexandria 
HELEN J. WIGGINTON Bloomfield 
BYRON A. WIGGS Louisville 
NORA M. WILEY Martin 
GARY L. WILLIAMS Shelbyville 

NANCY L. WILLIAMS Irvine 
HARRY P. WILLS Shelbyville 
BARBARA WILMORE Lexington 
CATHERINE S. WILSON Paris 
WILLIAM S. WILSON Irvine 
SUSAN C. WIMBERLY Maysville 

BRENDA L. WITT McKee 
SARAH A. WITT Irvine 
VICKI K.WOLFE London 
TERESA A. WOMACK Grayson 
DIANA S. WOOD Pleasureville 
GENEVIEVE J. WOOD Frankfort 

GEORGE G. WOODWARD Lafayette, La. 
SHERRY L. WOOLUM Richmond 
GAIL L. WORKMAN Akron, Ohio 
VICKI S. WORKMAN Brooksvilie 
MARY S. WORTHINGTON Trenton, N.j. 
KENNETH E. WRIGHT Vevay, Indiana 




524 SOPHOMORES/WAT-WRI 



Observatory Open To Curious Students 




DAVID G. WURFEL Okolona 
TERRY G. WYATT Berea 
WILLARD D. WYNN Clospiini 
PEGGY S. YAO Hong Kong 
KAREN |. YATES Warsaw 
KATHIE). YORK Albany 

BRENDA D. YOUNG junction City 
PAMELA G. YOUNG DanvilJe 
CYNTHIA A. YOUNGER WiUiamstown 
SHARON F. ZIMMERMAN Russeil Springs 
JOHN L. ZINNER Fern Creek 




Galaxie-gazing on a clear night can be enjoyed by any interested student at the Park Observatory. 



SOPHOMORES/WUR-ZIN 525 




FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Cathy Shay, treasurer, Mickey Mills, president. 
TOP ROW: Carolyn Reppert, student senator, Topsy Robinson, secretary. Holly Hart, vice presi- 
dent. 

Freshmen Adjust To Campus Life 



For the first time, a large-scale Freshman Orientation Week 
was held in the summer. A sizable portion of the class of '75 got 
a head start on class scheduling, meeting with advisors, and reg- 
istration. However, puzzled faces under maroon and white 
beanies easily distinguished the freshmen when the semester 
officially began in August. 

First experiences, dorm living and new friends broadened 
their horizons. 



526 FRESHMEN/CLASS OFFICERS 




CAROLYN A. ABELL Lebanon 
JILL M. ABBOTT Cincinnati. Ohio 
DEBRA A. ABNER Irvine 
JOSEPH T. ABNEY Irvine 
ROBIN A. ABRAMS Berea 
PAULA C. ABSHEAR Nichoiasville 

BILL ADAMS Orlando, Florida 
HAZEL A. ADAMS Phyllis 
JUDY V. ADAMS Lexington 
STEVEN M. AGE Louisville 
HERMAN M. ALBRIGHT Louisville 
JIM D. ALBRIGHT Crab Orchard 

JUDY J. ALEXANDER Danville 
ROBYN L. ALFRED Aurora. Indiana 
JUDY L. ALLEN Cincinnati. Ohio 
KAREN ALLEN Lawrenceburg 
MARY A. ALLEN Pikeville 
PAMELA L. ALLEN Wilmington, Ohio 

LINDA ALLISON McArthur. Ohio 
CAROL L. ANDERSON Cincinnati. Ohio 
LARRY D. ANDERSON Norwood. Ohio 
PEGGY J. ANDERSON Mason, Ohio 
CECILIA ANELLO Waynesville, Ohio 
KATHY G. ARNOLD Lancaster 

FAWN ASBURY Campbellsburg 
JUDY G. ASHER Versailles 
MALCOLM ASHER Pineville 
BECKY A. ATKINSON Lexington 
LAURA J. AVERILL Wilmington. Ohio 
DONNA A. AUGSBACK Highland Heights 

DIANNA R. AYERS Lexington 
ANTHONY A. AYETTE Greenville. Ohio 
NANCY L. AZBILL Richmond 
PATRICIA A. BACH Dayton, Ohio 
ANNE S. BACON Danville 
BARBARA N. BADGETT Louisville 

DEBORAH A. BADISHIAN Hasbrouck Heights. N.J. 

BEVIE J. BAKER Louisville 

BONNIE J. BAKER Irvine 

DENISE E. BAKER Laura. Ohio 

JUDY A. BAKER Norwood. Ohio 

LINDA K. BAKER Covington 

BRENDA K. BARBER CarroIIton 
SHARON L. BARBER Georgetown 
ELIZABETH BARGO Williamsburg 
ROBERT F. BARGO Corbin 
ELISABETH L. BARKER Louisville 
JEANNA L. BARNARD Pikeville 



FRESHMEN/ABE-BAR 527 



ARTHUR L. BARNES Cynthiana 
PATSY C. BARNES Irvine 
JOHNNY R. BARNETT Frankfort 
LINDA C. BARNETT VaiJey Station 
ROSA L. BARTLEY PikeviJIe 
BRENDA S. BATES HoJJansburg 

MARVIN T. BATLE Cynthiana 
V1CKI L. BAYES Louisville 
EMILY S. BEARDSLEY Crab Orchard 
SHERRI A. BEAUMONT Louisville 
DENNIS W. BECHT Louisville 
DOROTHEA M. BECKER Dayton 

MARY E. BECKER Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES F. BECKLER Lynch 
JAMES R. BECKNELL Manchester 
BONNIE L. BEESON West Carrol Jton, Ohio 
SYDNEY E. BEHYMER Hil/sboro, Ohio 
EYDIEC. BELT Louisville 

DARRIS W. BENNETT Russell County 
LINDA S. BENNETT Barbourville 
SHIRLEY M. BENNETT Irvine 
SUSAN A. BENSON Owensboro 
NAOMI BEST Beattyville 
SHARON D. BEVINS Millard 

NANCY J. BIBELHAUSEN Cincinnati, Ohio 
DENNIS W. BICKETT Valley Station 
MARSHA A. BILGER Bellevue 
MARY B. BILITER Pikeville 
BONNIE S. BILOTTO Medway. Ohio 
BRUCE L. BISHER Norwood, Ohio 

ELIZABETH BISHOP Manchester 
LAURA L. BISHOP Covington 
DOUGLAS K. BLACK Fern Creek 
MARY P. BLANK Covington 
CAROLYN JO BLANKENSHIP Harlan 
GAIL E. BLEVINS Hamilton, Ohio 

MARY E. BLIZZARD Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY A. K. BLYTHE Richmond 
THOMAS A. BODEY Piqua, Ohio 
JEAN M. BOGGS Rochester, Pennsylvania 
NANCY E. BOGGS Russell 
CHRIS P. BONHAM Lyndon 

JOHN A. BONNETT Richmond 
JAMES M. BONZO Jasper, Ohio 
SHARALEE BORST Russell 
BARBARA L. BOTTOMS Perryville 
B. ELLEN BOYER Louisville 
BONNIE L. BOWEN Mason, Ohio 




528 FRESHMEN/BAR-BOW 



Freshmen Tackle New Experiences 









KATHERINE S. BOWLIN Richmond 
DEBRA E. BOWLING Lexington 
DORIS C. BOWLING Lima. Peru 
MARGARET A. BOWLING Louisvi/le 
JAMES A. BOWMAN Fern Creek 
SHARON R. BRANT Lexington 

NANCY D. BRAUN Cincinnati. Ohio 
PAMELA R. BRESNEN Er/anger 
CHIP BROCKMAN Plantation. Florida 
CARLA L. BROERMANN Chicago. Illinois 
BETTY JO BROGLI Cynthiana 
DON O BRONN Anchorage 




Parents help an eager freshman move into Case Hal! 



FRESHMEN/BOW-BRO 529 



Students Arrive For Fall In Novel Ways 



BONNIE L. BROOKS Rockholds 
GIL G. BROOKS Lexington 
BARBARA J. BROWN Springfield 
BRENDA E. BROWN Lawrenceburg 
LYNN BROWN Pineville 
CATHERINE M. BROWN Versailles 

DEBRA M. BROWN Brodhead 
PAULA B. BROWN Versailles 
TONY M. BROWN Russellville 
SHARON L. BROWN Ft. Thomas 
SUSAN H. BROWN Lexington 
BEVERLY A. BRUMETT Reading, Ohio 

NANCY K. BRUNKER Cynthiana 
LESLIE B. BRYANT Lexington 
REDA C. BRYANT Lancaster 
VICKI M. BUCHANON Louisville 
DAN J. BULISHAK Lexington 
DEBRA C. BUNCH Ml. Vernon 





Freshman, Kim Chearamonte, arrives by helicopter with her father 
Colonel Chiaramonle. a law enforcement official. 



530 FRESHMEN/BRO-BUN 




BETTY S. BUNGEX'STOCK Florence 
MICHELLE A. BUNGER Louisville 
ROSEMARIE BURCH Louisville 
MARY S. BURDETTE Lebanon 
PAMELA G. BURGIN Norwood, Ohio 
TERRI L. BURKS Wastlake, Ohio 

MARY ). BURLAGE Ft. Thomas 
KATHY D. BURNETT Grove City. Penn. 
CARLA J. BURRIS Cincinnati. Ohio 
BARBARA B. BURTON Monticello 
PAULA F. BURTON Corinlh 
SALLYANN BURTON Nichoiasville 

JENNIFER L. BUSH Louisville 
PAULA M. BUTLER Louisville 
DON R. BYARD Cincinnati. Ohio 
GLORIA A. CALDWELL Bethel, Ohio 
RUBEL CALDWELL Louisville 
JANE CALL Dayton. Ohio 

JUDITH A. CALMES Irvine 
DAVID B. CAMPBELL Louisville 
GARY D. CAMPBELL Versailles 
TIPPY P. CANNON Lexington 
CATHRYN A. CARMAN Russell 
FRANK F. CARNES. JR. Williamsburg 

MARY A. CARRITHERS Frankfort 
KAREN L. CARTER Lexington 
BOBBY E. CARVER Glasgow 
JAYNE K. CAUDILL Lexington 
RALPH E. CECIL Charlestown, Indiana 
LINDA L. CENTERS Williamsburg 

CAROLYN L. CHANDLER Tipp City. Ohio 

ANGELA R. CHANEY Kettering. Ohio 

KAREN D. CHATONEY Radcliff 

ARTOURS D. CHENAULT Paris 

ROB CHESLEY Cincinnati. Ohio 

J. KIM CHIARAMONTE Columbus. Ohio 

PHATANEE CHIARAVANOND Bangkok. Thailand 

MARIE CHIDESTER Prestonsburg 

SUSAN M. CHILDERS Hazard 

CHERYL L. CLARK Lexington 

ELIJAH CLARK Livingston 

LARRY T. CLARK Lancaster 

JAMES T. CLEAVER Millersburg 
LAURA K. CLEM Danville 
FA YE CLIFFORD Louisville 
HARRY J. CLIFFORD Georgetown 
PAMELA J. CLIFFORD Shelbyville 
SHELIA K. CLIFTON Owenton 



FRESHMEN/BUN-CLI 531 



Military Groups Aid Freshman Registration 



PAMELA K. CLOYD Lebanon 
SALLY L. COAPLEN Louisville 
DIANE D. COCHRAN Louisville 
THERESA CODY Hindmun 
MARILYN F. COHEN Louisville 
CAROL R. COLE Lexington 

DEBORAH K. COLEMAN Falmouth 
SANDRA L. COLEMAN Pikeville 
HUBERT R. COLLETT Pineville 
RHONDA L. COLLIER Denver, Colorado 
CATHY D. COLLINS Lexington 
DEBBI J. COLLINS Eminence 

JOHNY M. COLLINS Richmond 
LISA P. COLLINS Versailles 
BARBARA J. COLVIN BJoomfield 
CHARLES C. COMBS Richmond 
RITA [.COMBS Oneida 
STEPHEN COMBS Tyner 

COLLEEN M. CONNORS /effersontown 
JOYCE A. CONWAY Frankfort 
MARTHA J. COOK Drift 
NANCY E. COOK Waddy 
PATTY A. COOK Kettering, Ohio 
THOMAS R. COOMES Bardstown 

JOAN L. COOPER Erlanger 
JOHN H. COOPER Georgetown 
JOYCE L. COOPER Eubank 
LINDA D. COOPER Chardon, Ohio 
SUSAN A. COOPER Greenville, Illinois 
THERESE COOPER Louisville 

SHARON L. COPPOCK Vandalia, Ohio 
DEBORAH L. CORDLE Ashland 
VICKI L. CORUM Louisville 
STEVEN L. COSBY Richmond 
DEBORAH R. COTTON Versailles 
KATHY T. COTTON Danville 

GAYLE D. COVINGTON Eminence 
JAMES W. CRAFTON Milton 
BRENDA S. CRAIG Frankfort 
SHERRY L. CRAIGER Waynesburg 
MARY C. CRANE Rushville, Indiana 
VICKIE A. CRAWFORD Carlisle 

ANNA R. CROLEY Lexington 
KATHLEEN A. CRONE Centerville, Ohio 
PATRICK T. CROSS Bromley 
VICKIE E. CROUCH Sinai 
JAMES L. CRUMBIE Paris 
FRED C. CULBERTSON Paris 




532 FRESHMEN/CLO-CUL 




Fall registration is speeded up by the help of the Valianettes, Pershing Rifles, and Military 
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WILLIAM S. CULTON Carlisle. Penn. 
VIRENDA J. CUNNINGHAM Louisville 
TOY A. CURD NichoiasviiJe 
BARBARA L. DARNELL Lexington 
DORIS R. DARRELL Carlisle 
BRENDA L. DAVIS Middlesboro 

DENNIS R. DAVIS Corbin 
LISA J. DAVIS Seymour. Indiana 
MICHAEL G. DAVIS Lac/e 
SHERRY L. DAVIS Middletown 
ANTHONY W. DeCANDIA Codi. N. /. 
SUE E. DECKER Lexington 

DENISE M. DELDUCA Pittsburgh. Penn. 
PAULA ]. DENT Louisville 
VICKI LYNN DESKINS Freeburn 
JOYCE A. DETTOR Covington 
MICHAEL P. DEVEREAUX Cincinnati, O. 
LINDA M. DICKSON Midd/esboro 

FRESHMEN/CUL-DIC 533 



GREGORY A. DICKERSON Warsaw 
LINDA A. DICKERSON Louisville 
STEVEN W. DICKEY Stamping Ground 
DIANE ). DIERKS Detroit, Michigan 
CAROLINE M. DIERSING Louisville 
ELIZABETH A. DISMUKES Harrodsburg 

VICKIE L. DIXON Glasgow 
STEVEN A. DOANE Louisville 
KAREN A. DOCKERY Russell Springs 
KENNETH A. DOERHOEFER Louisville 
DAVID A. DONALDSON Richmond 
DEBORAH A. DORSEL Ft. Mitchell 

JAN M. DOSS Wapakoneta, Ohio 
IOANNE V. DOSS Wapakoneta. Ohio 
BETH A. DOUGHERTY Galion. Ohio 
FAWNETTA E. DUDLEY Lexington 
SHARON V. DUFF Mason, Ohio 
ZETTA L. DUFF Lexington 

JANE C. DULWORTH Louisville 
)AMES R. DUNCAN Milton 
JUNE M. DUNKMAN Montgomery, Ohio 
CHRISTOPHER M. DUNN Louisville 
JACKIE K. DUNN Williamstown 
MERVIN DUNN Winchester 

CLARENCE E. DUNSTALL Hialeah, Florida 
ANN K. DURHAM West Irvine 
TERRI M. DURKIN Fort Mitchell 
PAUL W. DURSTOCK Covington 
KATHLEEN L. DUSING Erlanger 
YVONNE L. DYEHOUSE Crab Orchard 

KAREN S. DZIECH Ft. Mitchell 
PATRICIA L. EANES Williamson. W. Va. 
MICHAEL L. EARLEY Wilmington, Ohio 
SHEILA E. EASTERDAY Seymour, Indiana 
MARYLYN S. EBY Kettering. Ohio 
ROBIN R. EGGEN Shelbyville 

KATHY L. EICHER Ft. Mitchell 
NANCY L. EICHER Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA A. EISENMENGER Louisville 
DEBORAH A. ELAM Dayton. Ohio 
CELORIA J. ELLIOTT Lexington 
HAROLD E. ELLIOTT Winchester 

LESLIE D. ELLIOTT Springfield, Ohio 
DEBRA L. ELMORE Dayton, Ohio 
ROBERT M. ELY Manchester 
MARY J. ENDRES Independence 
CONNIE S. ENGEL Cincinnati, Ohio 
PATRICIA ENGLAND Jackson, Ohio 




534 FRESHMEN/DIC-ENG 



Major Construction Mark Campus Center 




A student watches construction of the Chapel of Meditation and the 
University Center from the Wallace Building, which was com- 
pleted this fall. 



FRESHMEN 535 



Campus Grills Offer Quick Lunches 



DANNY D. EPP Lebanon, Ohio 
DAVID V. ERWIN St. AJbans, W. Virginia 
JEFFREY G. ESTEPP Ml. Sterling, Ohio 
JENNIFER G. ESTEPP Ml. Sterling, Ohio 
KAREN S. ESTRIDGE Lynch 
BRENDA S. EVANS WiJliamstown 

ARTHUR J. EVE Louisville 
JOHN E. EVERSOLE Booneviile 
DIANA L. FAUST Westerviile, Ohio 
MARIANNE FAWLEY West Alexandria, O. 
MARY A. FEATHER Parksvilie 
HOLLY J. FELLER Dover, Ohio 




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During registration week, freshmen stop by the Student Union Grill to grab a quick snack. 



536 FRESHMEN/EPP-FEL 




BONNIE A. FIELDS Annville 
DEBBIE FINCEL Dayton. Ohio 
CAROLYN L. FINCH Lexington 
ROBERT S. FINDLEY Columbus. Ohio 
LARRY H. FINLEY Manchester 
MILLICENT J. FISHER Falmouth 

MARIAN A. FITZGERALD Cynlhiana 
MARSHA R. FLAMM Louisviile 
SUSAN FLOWERS Corbin 
JAMES C. FOFF Huntingdon Valley, Penn. 
STEVE A. FOLEY Russell Springs 
JUDY A. FOLEY Richmond 

GAYNELL FOREMAN Louisville 
DONNA ]. FOSTER Richmond 
NOOSHY M. FOULADGAR Iran Tehran 
JO A. FOX Farmersville. Ohio 
MARY T. FOX Milford. Ohio 
DELMA ). FRANCIS Lancaster 

JAN L. FRANKE Alexandria. Virginia 
BRENDA D. FRAZIER London 
VICKY C. FRENCH Berea 
HAROLD H. FRIEDLY Louisville 
VICKIE D. FRITZ Richmond 
RHONDA L. FRYMAN Cynthiana 

KAREN D. FUCHS Ft. Mitchell 
DEBORAH S. FULKS Allen 
SHIRLEY A. FULLER Emmalena 
KAREN S. GALAMB Dayton, Ohio 
SUSAN L. GALATI Pittsburgh, Penn. 
DANIEL L. GASH South Portsmouth 

VICKI L. GATTON Louisville 
LESLIE C. GAY Somerset 
VERONICA GAYLE Sparta 
DARRELL A. GEARHART Olive Hill 
DIANA S. GEER Westerville. Ohio 
LINDA A. GENTRY Lexington 

LINDA A. GEORGE Columbus. Ohio 
VIRGINIA R. GEOGHEGAN Bardstoivn 
RHEA K. GERARD Jamestown, Ohio 
RUBY L. GERTEISEN Owens boro 
LONA GHENT Manchester 
LINDA F. GIBSON Barbourville 

THOMAS K. GIBSON Midland, Ohio 
DEBORAH S. GILBERT Louisville 
GLENN D. GILBERT Vance burg 
VIRGINIA D. GILLILAND Freeburn 
JANINE V. GIRTON Mason. Ohio 
CHARLENE GIVEN Sharpsburg 



FRESHMEN/FIE-GIV 537 



Midterms, Finals Clear The Halls 



MARY L. GLASSCOCK Grave] Switch 

ESTHER M. GOFF Berea 

TOM P. GOGAN Louisville 

VIRGINIA M. GOHMANN Louisville 

DONNA S. GOODIN Pineville 

PATRICK J. GOODING Port-of-Spain, Trinidad 

CHARLENE A. GOODLETT Shelbyville 
BARBARA S. GRAVES Hustonville 
CHARLENE GRAY Manchester 
DRUSILLA P. GRAY Cynthiana 
GARY E. GRAY Hoyal Oak, Michigan 
CLIFTON E. GREEN Covington 

SUSAN M. GREEN St CiairsviJIe, Ohio 
CYNTHIA D. GREENE Aurora, Indiana 
MARY J. GREENWELL Fern Creek 
PATRICIA A. GREER Lexington 
JOHN E. GREEVER Magnolia 
EARL GREGORY Corbin 




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GAIL E. GREGORY Covinglon 
LARRY ). GREGORY Versailles 
GARY R. GRIFFITH St. Clairsvifle, Ohio 
KENNETH R. GULLETTE Lexington 
ERIC W. GULLEY Middlesboro 
SUSAN M. HABAS Louisville 

KATHRYN L. HACKMAN Dayton, Ohio 
DANNY W. HACKWORTH Richmond 
K. ANN HADEN Irvine 
MARION S. HAGAN Richmond 
GARY S. HAGY Abingdon. Virginia 
GLENDA K. HALCOMB Corbin 

DARRELL W. HALE Manchester 
SONIA D. HALE Louisville 
JANICE N. HALL Ravenna 
REBECCA A. HALL Dayton, Ohio 
VERONICA E. HALL Pikeville 
BARBARA E. HALLERON Louisville 

REBECCA D. HAM Cynthiana 
BENNY G. HAMILTON Richmond 
JOHN W. HAMILTON Richmond 
ROBIN L. HAMILTON Berea 
SARAH N. HAMILTON Shepherdsville 
SUSIE C. HAMILTON Beaver 

BRENDA L. HAMPTON London 
RITA K. HAMPTON McKee 
DEBRA A. HANDSHOE Xenia, Ohio 
DEBORAH D. HANKINS Richmond 
JUANITA J. HANNA Cynthiana 
RICHARD R. HANNAN Berea 

CHARLES V. HANSFORD Shopville 
SHARON G. HARDIN Louisville 
JEFFREY B. HARILSON Louisville 
RICHARD N. HARIMAN Dayton 
CHERYE C. HARRIS Louisville 
MARGARET J. HARRIS Richmond 

NANCY J. HARRIS Springfield. Ohio 
PAULA L. HARRIS Cynthiana 
SALLY M. HARRISON Owens boro 
HOLLIS M. HART Bellevue 
PAULA K. HART Richmond 
NANCY J. HASTINGS Lynchburg, Ohio 

HENRY D. HATFIELD Middlesboro 
SHARON L. HAUSER Wilmore 
MARILYN J. HAWKINS Georgetown 
DONNA L. HAY Louisville 
SCOTTY L. HAY Louisville 
DEBORAH A. HAYDEN Nicholasville 

FRESHMEN/GRE-HAY 539 



CYNTHIA A. HEDGES Washington Court House, Ohio 

CAROLYN M. HEITZMAN Covington 

JUDY M. HELLMANN Louisville 

JERRI L. HELTZEL Frankfort 

MARK F. HENDERSON Jrvington 

KAREN E. HENDRICKSON Louisville 

JAN M. HENRICH West Chester, Ohio 
DEBBIE HENSLEY Frankfort 
PATRICIA E. HENSON Middiesboro 
CONNIE J. HERALD Booneville 
DIANA |. HERBST Richmond 
EVELYN D. HESLEP Vine Grove 

SHARON M. HEY Dayton, Ohio 
PAUL E. HICKMAN South Shore 
KAREN L. HIGGINS Versailles 
LILLIEE. HIKES Louisville 
ALICIA A. HILBISH Columbus, Ohio 
BARBARA J. HILL Louisville 

JAMES R. HILL Morganfield 
JULIA C. HILL Lima. Peru 
VERNIESE A. HINES Covington 
BELINDA L. HINKLE Lexington 
VICKIE D. HITE Louisville 
IRVIN H. HOFFMAN Louisville 

RICHARD C. HOFFMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
VIRGINIA K. HOLBROOK Louisville 
PATRICIA J. HOLDERMAN Harrodsburg 
KATHLEEN A. HOLE Louisville 
MELISSA L. HOLLAND Lexington 
GINA G. HOLLON Crittenden 

SCOTT A. HOLTEN Independence 
GREG HOOK Boardman, Ohio 
JOHNNY P. HOOPER Frankfort 
BONNE J. HOPKINS Louisville 
JEANNE C. HORNBUCKLE Louisville 
BEVERLY J. HORSLEY Louisville 

DEBBIE S. HOSKINS Pineville 
PAMELA G. HOSKINS Cincinnati. Ohio 
KATHRYN S. HOUBEN Highland Heights 
KATHY L. HOUK Mount Vernon 
ANN HOUSE Carlisle 
BRIDGET G. HOUSE Annville 

VICKIE J. HOUSER Eminence 
EDDIE M. HOWARD Manchester 
GREGORY F. HUDSPETH Frankfort 
MARK D. HUDSON Worthville 
KATHLEEN A. HUENEFELD Covington 
JEAN A. HUFFMAN Kettering, Ohio 





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540 FRESHMEN/HED-HUF 



Freshmen Build Lasting Friendships 




DEBORAH A. HULL Lexington 
JUDY A. HULS Winchester 
DEBORAH L. HUMBERT Union. Ohio 
NANCY K. HUNDLEY Lexington 
EDWARD A. HUNTER Plymouth. Ohio 
JOEY R. HUNTER Richmond 

JOHNNIE M. HUNTER Pleasure Ridge Park 
KAREN G. ISAACS Richmond 
MARY C. IREDALE Louisville 
DAVID M. JACKSON Louisville 
SHANDRA K. JACKSON Birmingham, Ala. 
SYLVIA JACKSON Manchester 




Freshmen. Sally Reed. Vicki Deskins. and Lynn Maley take time out from their studies to talk. 



FRESHMEN/HUL-JAC 541 



Frosh Mix Work And Play 




Freshman girls, Carolyn Miller. Brenda Barber, and Cheryl Kennedy, chide passers-by from a 
window in Case Hall. 



VIRGINIA S. JACKSON Danville 
SUSAN E. JACOBS Danville 
EVELYN D. JAMES Louisville 
JOSEPH B. JARBOE Lebanon 
M. CARLA JASPER Carrollton 
MARTHA S. JENSEN Waddy 

D. RANDALL JEWELL Corbin 
DERRIER D. JOHNSON Lexington 
ELAND A JOHNSON Louisville 
HELEN JOHNSON Booneville 
WORLEY JOHNSON. JR. Columbus, Ohio 
CATHERINE C. JONES Tiffin, Ohio 

CINDY L. JONES Cynthiana 
DEBORAH S. JONES Corinth 
JUDYC. JONES Dayton, Ohio 
KENNETH L. JONES Shepherdsviile 
LEAH J. JONES Lexington 
LINDA G. JONES Winchester 

PATRICK G. JONES New Castle 
SHIRLEY A. JONES Covington 
SUZANNE R. JONES Florence 
THOMAS B. JONES Mt. Sterling 
VICKI R. JONES Lexington 
WENDALL R. JONES Somerset 




542 FRESHMEN/JAC-JON 




STEPHANIE K. JORDAN Lexington 
VIVIAN E. KAISER Louisville 
LINDA M. KARR Louisville 
MARY H. KARR Louisville 
NANCY C. KAUFMAN LouisviJie 
DANIEL T. KAYS Lawrenceburg 

DEBRA A. KEES Covington 

DEBRA J. KELIEN Taylorsvilie 

DANIEL F. KELLY Ashland 

[ACQUELINE A. KEMPER Battle Creek, Mich. 

CHERYL D. KENNEDY Lexington 

FRANCES F. KENNEDY Winchester 

MARGARET A. KENNEDY Louisville 
BRIDET R. KENNEY Dayton. Ohio 
HENRY C. KENNEY Paris 
SUSAN L. KENNY Cincinnati. Ohio 
CLARENCE S. KEY Louisville 
LINDA F. KIBBEY Vanceburg 

JACKIE L. KIDD Richmond 
RDTA G. KIDD /unction City 
CALVIN D. KIDWELL Georgetown 
BELINDA J. KING Maysville 
CONNIE R. KING Richmond 
JOSEPH C. KING Mt. Sterling 

KATHLEEN E. KING Erlanger 
VINADA M. KING Irvine 
DEBORAH J. KIRK Lexington 
TERESA M. KIRKPATRICK Mt. Sterling 
JANICE K. KLINE Ft. Mitchell 
LUANN KLINE Sharon. Wisconsin 

DEBRA A. KLOSTERMAN Dayton. Ohio 
SUSAN G. KNIGHT Aberdeen, Ohio 
MARIETTA KNUEHL Melbourne 
DEBORAH R. KOENIGSTEIN Cincinnati, O. 
DEBBIE KOLB Centerville, Ohio 
NANCY E. KONKOL Troy, Ohio 

GAIL M. KOONCE Circle ville, Ohio 
LOUIS W. KOPP Winchester 
MARGARET E. KOPP Dayton, Ohio 
SUSAN J. KRAMER Cincinnati. Ohio 
KAREN R. KRATCH Worthington. Ohio 
DANIEL W. KRUEGER Cresent Springs 

MARK E. KUPPER Louisville 
MARTHA A. LaFONTAINE Frankfort 
SCARLET S. LAKE Berea 
DWIGHT L. LANCASTER Keene 
RITA L. LANCASTER Lancaster 
REETA K. LAND Richmond 



FRESHMEN/JOR-LAN 543 



KRISTIE A. LANDIS Pleasant Hill, Ohio 
SUSAN P. LANDIS Dayton, Ohio 
STEVEN K. LANE Mt. Sterling 
DEAN E. LANG Lexington 
JUDITH M.LANG CoJumbus, Ohio 
SALLY J. LANG Louis ville 

SYLVIA LANGDON Manchester 
NANCY JO LANGE Lexington 
MONA G. LANGLEY EJizabethtown 
VIVIAN L. LANKHEIT Florence 
MICHAEL E. LARKINS LouisviiJe 
JACQUELINE B. LaRUE LouisviiJe 

SALLY J. LATOMiddletown. Ohio 
LOIS A. LAY Walton 
ANNE W. LAYTON Stamping Ground 
MARY S. LEATHERS Bardstown 
MIKE R. LEDBETTER Louisville 
TIMOTHY R. LEDBETTER Louisville 

ARTHUR LEFEVERS. JR. Pineville 
LOUIS C. LEIS II Lexington 
BARBARA A. LEONARD Ft. Thomas 
LUCINDA J. LEONARD llarrodsburg 
MARILYN G. LESTER Bloomfield 
SANDY E. LINEBACH Louisville 

VICKI A. LINZ Cincinnati. Ohio 
CINDY L. LITTLE West Milton, Ohio 
LUTHER S. LOHR TimbersviJIe, Virginia 
MARILYN Y. LOMAS LouisviiJe 
BARBARA L. LOOSCH Matawan, N. J. 
BECKY K. LOSH Mason, Ohio 

CONNIE R, LOVELACE Wiiliamstown 
GARRY L. LOWE HarJan 
NANCY A. LUERMAN LouisviiJe 
SHARON R. LUNDY Calvin 
PAMELA M. LUSTER LouisviJle 
CONNIE J. LYKINS Frankfort 

DONNA M. LYNCH LouisviiJe 
REESA L. LYONS Cincinnati, Ohio 
CYNTHIA M. LYTLE Alexandria 
NEESIA R. McCANE Brooksviiie 
JANICE C. McCORD Petersburg, Virginia 
JEANNE C. McCLURE New Albany, Jnd. 

ALICE A. McCRACKEN PineviJJe 
DEBRA S. McCRACKEN Florence 
JOHN F. McCUBBINS Louisville 
ALLEN W. McDAVITT Elizabethtown 
DONALD L. McDOWELL Stamping Ground 
NANCY J. McKENNEY Richmond 




544 FRESHMEN/LAN-McK 



Ravine Provides Place For Relaxation 




GENIENE E. McKINLEY Covinglon 
VICKI L. McKINLEY Albany 
TERESA McKINNEY Louisville 
DEBBIE N. McMILLAN Ravenna 
PATRICIA ]. McMILLAN Louisville 
CONNIE L. McMlLLEN Wilmore 

JUDITH K. McMULLEN Georgetown 
SHARON K. McPECK Phillipsburg, Ohio 
KATHY S. McRAY Harrodsburg 
THABURN L. McSWAIN. JR. Richmond 
ROBERT P. McWILLIAMS Lawrenceburg 
PATTI A. MACKZUM Fori Mitchell 

GEORGIA R. MACY Irvine 
NANCY T. MADDEN Lexington 
VERA L. MAGERS Louisville 
MICHAEL R. MAHAN Lexington 
GAYN. MAHON Freeburn 
JACK M. MAIER Chagrin Falls. Ohio 

DANIEL G. MALONEY Yankers. N. Y. 
MARK D. MANN Galion, Ohio 
DARYL D. MARCUM Brandenburg 
MARTHA L. MARCUM Richmond 
VIRGINIA C. MARCUM Irvine 
DONNA C. MARTIN Corinth 

)OY L.MARTIN Lexington 
MERITA I. MARTIN McKee 
MARY L. MARTIN Prestonsburg 
SHERYL S. MARTIN Covington 
TERESA A. MARTIN Drift 
1EFF R. MARTZ Lima. Ohio 



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Ignoring his portfolio. Frank Beckler enjoys the peaceful setting of the ravine. 



FRESHMEN/McK-MAR 545 



Band Day . . . Color, Sound, Competition 



GAYLE E. MASON Louisvi/Je 
JUDY K.MASON Irvine 
MARGARET R. MASON Paint Lick 
PATTI J. MATTESON Louisville 
LYNN E. MATTHEWS Cincinnati, Ohio 
KAREN E. MAVCK Montvale, New Jersey 

JOHN A. MAY West Liberty 
TIMOTHY D. MAY Martin 
MARTHA D. MAYF1ELD Lexington 
DONNIE W. MAYS Harrodsburg 
EMMA J. MAYS Irvine 
DAVID L. MEADE Paintsville 

SHALONDA E. MEAUX Louisville 
WANDA D. MEDLIN Gray 
CONNIE S. MEECE Monticello 
MARGARET R. MERSMANN Lima, Ohio 
CARLA L. MEYER Louisville 
KATHLEEN MIDDEN Cynthiana 

MELODY J. MIDDLETON Mason, Ohio 
ANGELA C. MILES Louisville 
CAROL J. MILLER Kettering, Ohio 
CAROLYN Y. MILLER Berea 
JON P. MILLER Gratis, Ohio 
KAREN L. MILLER Lexington 

KATHY ). MILLER Richmond 
LORRAINE L. MILLER Dayton, Ohio 
MARCIA D. MILLER Louisville 
PAULINE ). MITCHELL Louisville 
STEPHEN P. MILLER Louisville 
DALE MILLS Manchester 

GINGER S. MILLS Lebanon 
TOMMIE L. MIRACLE Harlan 
MARY A. MITCHELL Carlisle 
HARRY MOBERLY JR. Richmond 
REBECCA S. MOBERLY Lancaster 
DAVID L. MOHER Ft. Thomas 

JUDY A. MONROE Dayton, Ohio 
JUDY L. MOORE Louisville 
MELANIE MOORE Lookout Heights 
SANDRA K. MOORE Falmouth 
DEBBIE A. MOORES Danville 
GERALD C. MOORES London 

JANET JO MOORHEAD Versailles, Ind. 
CAROL J. MORGAN Austin, Indiana 
MARY B. MORGAN Middlesboro 
VENITA C. MORGAN Hyden 
SUZANNE MORRIS Bondville 
TOM A. MORSEY Jeffersontown 




546 FRESHMEN/MAS-MOR 




Approximately 100 bands from across the state merge at Eastern for 
the annual Band Dav. 




MARCIA B. MOSER Richmond 
REBECCA S. MOSER Frankfort 
JOANN MOSLEY Danville 
BRENDA M. MOSS Harrodsburg 
ELIZABETH D. MOTE New Madison, Ohio 
VICTORIA A. MOTE West Milton, Ohio 

CANDY MOUNTJOY Lawrenceburg 
KENNETH A. MOYER Wilmington, Ohio 
ROSEMARIE MUELLER Louisville 
PAMELA E. MULLEN Louisville 
KATHRYN F. MULLIGAN Springfield. O. 
PATRICIA L. MULLINIX Richmond 

SALLY J. MUNSON Lakewood. New York 

KASANORA L. MURPHY Danville 

BETTY N. MYERS Louisville 

JOSEPH L. NALLY Springfield 

NINAF. NEAL Stanton 

WILLIAM K. NELSON Marion, Indiana 



FRESHMEN/MOS-\'EL 547 



Students Choke Campus Sidewalks 



CINDY S. NEWCOM Owensboro 
DEBBIE L. NEWMAN Versailles 
REBECCA S. NEWSOME Louisville 
CHARLOTTE A. NEWTON Irvine 
DONNA M. NEWTON Bardstown 
KENNETH M. NEWTON Frankfort 

ROBERT B. NIEHOFF JR. Louisville 
JILL L.NOBLE Beverly 
LINDA NOLAN Manchester 
DEBBIE A. NOLAND Miami, Florida 
BRENDA C. NORMAN Kettering, Ohio 
DONNA S. NORTON Jeffersontown 

TOMMY E. NORTON Winchester 
THOMAS N. NORVELL Corbin 
JERRI L. NUNNELLEY Ml. Vernon 
KATTIE M. O'DONNEL Latonia 
DENNIS R. O'NAN Frankfort 
KAREN O'NEAL Ghent 

PAMELA S. OAKLEY Danville 
RUTH E. OGDEN Versailles, Indiana 
DIANA L. OLIVER Covington 
JOHN N. OLIVER JR. Springfield. Ohio 
SHEILA A. OLIVER Richmond 
KAREN D. ORMES Louisville 





Many crosswalks confront the Freshman student — some abstract and some very real. 



548 FRESHMEN/NEW-ORM 




JANE L. OTTEN Frankfort 
RONNIE K. OWENS Monticello 
WILLIAM R. OWINGS Dayton 
DIANA L. PACHIN Dayton, Ohio 
PAMELA S. PAPINI Louisville 
CONNIE G. PARKS Richmond 

PAMELA JO PARRISH Bowling Green 
KAREN D. PARSONS LouisviJie 
MARY ELLEN PATRICK Louisville 
SCOVA L. PATRUM Lexington 
STANLEY E. PATTISON Cincinnati, Ohio 
TIM B. PATTERSON Ft. Mitchell 

JOSEPH O. PAYNE Elm wood Place. Ohio 
GLENDA F. PEARMAN Dayton, Ohio 
CHARLES F. PERROT Louisville 
DEBORAH K. PERRY Cropper 
CHARLES D. PETERSON Loretto 
ROBERT W. PETERSON Louisville 

CHARLENE A. PHILLIPS Shepherdsville 
MARCELLA J. PHIPPS Hazel Green 
JANET M. PICKARD Lexington 
SHARRON M. PINKSTON Bloomfield 
VIVIAN F. POINDEXTER Nicholasville 
GALE A. PORTER Wilder 

SHELIA G. PORTER Mt. Washington 
MARY KAY PORTUNE Kettering. Ohio 
GARNETTA J. POWELL Jeffersonville 
JANICE L. POWELL Jackson County 
KAREN POWELL Lexington 
NENA L. POWELL Conway 

KATHY PRATER David 

ANN E. PRICE Frankfort 

DELORES A. PRICE Lexington 

PAUL C. PROFFITT Paintlick 

CHARLES W. PROVOST Pittsburgh, Penn. 

JANICE C. PUCKETT Winchester 

MARY J. PUCKETT Nicholasville 
CAROL B. PULLIAM Bloomfield 
MARY A. PURCELL Lancaster 
KAREN SUE QUAIL Marion, Ohio 
SALLY S. QUEEN Georgetown 
DANIEL L. QUIGG Livermore 

MARTHA L. QUINN Nicholasville 

NADAC. QUILLEN Waco 

CYNTHIA J. PEARSE Stow, Massachusetts 

JOANNA PEEBLES Covington 

JOYCE E. PELTIER Troy, Ohio 

STEPHANY L. PENA Valley Station 

FRESHMEN/OTT-PEN 549 



CRISTAL D. PENDYGRAFT Lebanon 
SHEILA J. PENN Frankfort 
SUE E. PERAZZO Dayton, Ohio 
BRUCE A. PERKINS Frankfort 
FRED A. PERKINS Louisville 
SANDRA E. PERKINS Dry Ridge 

RACHEL E. PERRIN Berry 
KATHY I. PERROS DanviJJe 
JON C. RANDOL Cincinnati, Ohio 
LUIEM. RANEYLouisviile 
JIM O. RATLIFFMiddJetown, Ohio 
ROBERT S. RAWLINS Richmond 

MICHAEL S. RAY Fairfield, Ohio 
SUSAN L. REAMS Richmond 
DEBORAH L. REED Cincinnati. Ohio 
SALLY J, REED Campbeilsviiie 
JEANNE M. REHKAMP Florence 
MONA L. REICHENBACH Stanford 

WILLIAM E. REIS Mt. Sterling 
CAROLYN REPPERT Mt, Vernon 
DEBORAH ]. REYNIERSON Lexington 
LINDA J. REYNOLDS Manchester 
NANCY A. REYNOLDS Monticelfo 
TERRY D. REYNOLDS Winchester 

STEPHEN D. RHODE Corbin 
HELEN M. RICE Louisviiie 
JAN H.RICE PineviiJe 
KATHY S. RICH Cincinnati, Ohio 
WADE H. RICHARDSON Irvine 
ROBERT K. RICHTER Ft. Thomas 

BARBARA A. RICKE New Albany, Indiana 
RICHARD D. RIDER. JR. Warsaw 
BRENDA K. RIDENOUR Marion, Ohio 
DONNA G. RIDDLE feff 
SHERRIE L. RIDDLE South Shore 
TERRIL R. RIDDLE /effersontown 

REBECCA L. RIGSBEE Arlington, Indiana 
MANFRED K. RIPPERDAN Brandenburg 
MARNEY D. RITCHIE North Bend, Ohio 
DEBORAH C. RHODUS Paint Lick 
DORIS A. ROACH Edmonton 
KATHRYN J. ROACH Hamiiton, Ohio 

IRENE L.ROARKRadciiff 
GEORGE C. ROBBINS PineviiJe 
TOBIE A. ROBBINS fackson, Ohio 
HAROLD K. ROBERTS PJeasureviiie 
SHIRLEY S. ROBERTS Worthington, Ohio 
JOHN L. ROBERTSON Cynthiana 




550 FRESHMEN/PEN-ROB 



Wildlife Fills The Ravine 




MARY J. ROBERTSON Louisvi/Je 

MELISSA B. ROBERTSON Lebanon 

DEBRA PAULINE ROBINSON Vanda/ia, Ohio 

RITA G. ROBINSON Manchester 

TOPSY ROBINSON Lexington 

DAVID N. RODGERS Carrolllon 

SUSAN M. RODGERS Frankfort 
DWIGHT E. ROGERS Richmond 
GERALD W. ROGERS Stanford 
LANAR. ROSEOwenlon 
SUZANNE ROSE Owenton 
PATTI A. ROSENSTIEL Florence 

ANNA |.ROSS Danville 
CLAIR V. ROSS Norwalk, Ohio 
MARY F.ROSS Louisville 
MARTHA A. ROWLETTE Richmond 
EVELYN H. ROYCE Middletoivn 
VERA L. RUNYON Richmond 

PEGGY M. RUSH Richmond 
MONA F. RUSSELL Bardstown 
REBECCA E. RUSSELL Stanford 
VIRGINIA M. RUSSELL Lebanon 
RONALD D. RYAN East Orange. N. /. 
DEBORAH J. SALAMONE Lexington 




FRESHMEN/ROB-SAL 551 



Cash Registers Are A Familiar Site 



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Cash registers are kept busy by Eastern students buying books and supplies. 



CHRISTINE A. SAI.LEE Bardstown 

LINDA G. SAMS Manchester 

BRENDA K. SANDLIN Morris Fork 

TINA I.. SCENT Fort Thomas 

BETSY SCHMIDT Lexington 

SUSAN |. SCHNABEL Chagrin Falls. Ohio 

BOBBIE |. SCHNEIDER Louisville 
DEBBIE A. SCHOCK Cincinnati, Ohio 
JEAN S. SCHUBERT /effersontown 
PATRICIA A. SCHUHMANN Louisville 
ARLENE F. SCOTT Belfry 
ELIZABETH J. SCOTT Louisville 

SUSAN L. SCOTT Troy. Ohio 
CLIFFORD G. SEIBEL Centralia, Illinois 
STEPHEN W. SEITHERS West Union, Ohio 
JACK A. SHARER Elizabethtown 
FREDA |0 SI IARP Lawrenceburg 
PEGGY A. SHARP Winchester 

MARY F. SHATTO Langhorne, Penn 

CATHY L. SHAY Newport 

KATHY E. SHEETS Springboro, Ohio 

LEA A. SHELTON Louisville 

REGINA A. SHELTON Manchester. Ohio 

PATRICIA L. SHEPHERD South Shore 

VIRGINIA T. SHERROD Lexington 
KATHRYN R. SHEW Richmond 
CHARLOTTE F. SHIELDS Chaplin 
JAMES R. SHRODE Vevay, Indiana 
ROBERT M. SHUSTER Alton, Illinois 
GARY SIMPSON Lexington 




552 FRESHMEN/SAL-SIM 




STEPHANIE M. SIMPSON Versailles 
JULIA A. SIMS New Haven 
LINDA C. SIMS LouisviJJe 
MARQUETTA SIZEMORE Manchester 
REBECCA R. SKINNER Valley Station 
DEBORAH S. SLUSHER Middlesboro 

JUNE L. SMALL Carlisle 
LINDA D. SMALL Warfield 
DEBRA A. SMALLWOOD Waynesburg 
HAROLD K. SMILEY Robinson 
BONNIE G. SMITH Jackson, Ohio 
CATHY A. SMITH Owenton 

DAVID E. SMITH Louisville 
DAVID S. SMITH Independence 
DEBORAH L. SMITH Ft. Thomas 
DIANNE R. SMITH Louisville 
GUY S. SMITH JR. Lexington 
JERRY W. SMITH Piqua. Ohio 

JUDY A. SMITH Manchester 
JUDY C. SMITH Barbourville 
JUDY F. SMITH Manchester 
KAREN L. SMITH Ashland 
LINDA S. SMITH Boyle County 
MARY B. SMITH Louisville 

PAMELA SMITH Raywick 

TONI R. SMITH Louisville 

VICKI A. SMITH Richmond 

VICKI L. SMITH Mt. Vernon 

VICKI S. SNOOK Smithfield 

MARY J. SAMMER Madison. Indiana 

JOHN W. SOUTHHALL JR. Louisville 
BARBARA J. SPALDING Lebanon 
JOHN M. SPARKS Frankfort 
SHERRY J. SPARROW Clarksville. Tenn. 
MICHAEL E. SPEES Lima. Ohio 
TONY E. SPENCER Beattyville 

VICTORIA J. SPICER Richmond 
CAROL C. SPIES Louisville 
MADONNA L. SPRADLIN Pikeville 
TERESA G. SPRADLING Pleasureville 
BONNIE S. STACY Cincinnati. Ohio 
JANET E. STACY Cincinnati. Ohio 

LISA L. STAKELBECK Sheibyville 
VICKY S. STAMM Vanceburg 
FRIEDA STEPHENS Pine Knot 
SHARON A. STEPHENS Russell Springs 
GEORGE H. STEWART Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY K. STICKLER Drift 

FRESHMEN/SIM-STI 553 



ANNA B. STILLWELL Cincinnati, Ohio 
KAREN D. STIVERS Sheibyviile 
GLEN STONE Bardstown 
KATHY L. STONE Georgetown 
LORRI J. STONER Louisville 
CHERYL I. STRANGE Covington 

DANIEL P. STRATTON Pikeville 
DAVID C. STRATTON Pikeville 
DIANE M. STRAUS California 
ANDREW R. STRELCZYK Ft. Wright 
ELIZABETH STRONG Beattyville 
MINA L. STRONG Richmond 

TERRYL A. STROUP Spencer, Ohio 
KAREN L. STUMBO McDowell 
CAROLYN A. SUIT Oxford, Ohio 
DAVID K. SULLIVAN McCarr 
JOYCE L. SUTPHIN Burton, Ohio 
THOMAS D. SZUKIS Okolona 

MARY V. TABOR Lebanon 
TERESA L. TACKETT McDowell 
VANCENA R. TALLEY Louisville 
JEANNE M. TARULLO Louisville 
TERRI R. TATMAN Versailles 
TONY C. TATUM Lebanon 

JOHN D. TAYLOR Elizabethtown 
KAREN S. TAYLOR West Union. Ohio 
KAY D. TAYLOR Black Mountain, N. C. 
MARY A. TAYLOR Paint Lick 
PEGGY L. TAYLOR Dayton, Ohio 
TERESA A. TAYLOR Frankfort, Ohio 

GENEVA M. THACKER Mt. Vernon 
ANNETTE L. THIEMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
REBECCA J. THOMAS Bardstown 
NANCY C. THOMPSON Louisville 
SYLVIA L. THOMPSON Middlesboro 
MARGIE G. TILLETT Stanford 

NANCY J. TILLIS Paulding, Ohio 
DEBRA A. TINSLEY Loyall 
PEGGY G. TIPTON Ravenna 
FRANCES M. TITUS Louisville 
MARY C. TOOHEY Erlanger 
DANNY E. TOWLES Stamping Ground 

TOMMY H. TOWNSEND Winchester 
BEN S. TREES Moscow, Ohio 
JOAN TRIMBLE Pikeville 
DANIEL A. TRIPLETT Louisville 
JANE E. TRITSCHLER Brandenburg 
BETT1E M. TROWELL Louisville 




554 FRESHMEN/STI-TRO 



Band Day Provides Enjoyment For All 




DIXIE L. TRUBA Hazel Park, Michigan 
KATHRYN M. TUGGLE Harrodsburg 
LINDA S. TURNER Frankfort 
PAMELA S. TURNER Lexington 
SANDRA K. TURNER MaysviJle 
WILLIAM C. TURNER Fraser. Michigan 

MICHAEL A. TUTTLE Irvine 
CONSTANCE URLAGE Ft. Thomas 
DEBORAH S. UTZ Florence 
VICKI L. VALLEY Springfield, Ohio 
MARY E. VAN ARSDALL Yardley. Penn. 
DIANA L. VAN BIBBER South Shore 

ROBERT W. VANCE. Ill Pleasureville 
DIANA L. VARNER Cynthiana 
STEVEN D. VARNEY Forest Hills 
BETTE A. VAUGHN Canfieid, Ohio 
LYNDA S. VAUGHT Danville 
BEVERLY L. VENTERS Pikeville 

DONALD E. VERMILLION Lexington 
JACQUELINE F. VERST Cincinnati, ( Jhio 
IRMA F. VICKERS Richmond 
ROSANN F. VIEL Highland Heights 
GAYLE H. VITTITOW Bardstown 
LINDA S. VOELKER Alexandria 

CARL E. VOGELSBERG Louisville 
SUSAN D. VOIGNIER Louisville 
GAIL A. WALKER Irvine 
GLADYS D. WALKER Richmond 
LESLIE A. WALKERS Louisville 
THEA J. WALLACE Stanford 




During the annual Band Day Parade, the Perry County Band displays their marching form. 



FRESHMEN/TRU-WAL 555 



NICHOLAS A. WALP Wilmington, Ohio 
M1CHELE B. WALTERS Louisville 
MIKE K. WARD Versailles 
BEVERLY J. WARREN Richmond 
KENNETH E. WARTSCHLAGER Louisville 
BARBARA J. WASSON Cincinnati. Ohio 

JENNIFER L. WATKINS Pleasureville 
DEBORAH S. WATTS /ackson 
SHERRY G. WATTS Nicholasville 
MARY L. WEINFURTNER Ashland 
CARL WELLS. [R. Stanton 
ERCEL J.WELLS London 

LARRY D. WELLS Richmond 
RONALD W. WENNINGER Bucyrus. Ohio 
HARRY |. WEST Lima, Ohio 
BRENDA G. WESTERFIELD London 
BARRY W. WESTPHAL Lexington 
EDITH M. WETHINGTON Walton 

MARY L. WHEELER Louisville 
RAMONA L. WHEELER Lexington 
PATRICIA A. WHITAKER Loyal! 
RICHARD [. WHITAKER Waynesville, O. 
KAY L. WHITE Independence 
SAM A. WHITE Memphis, Tennessee 

SHARON M. WHITLEY Cynthiana 
DAVID L. WHITT Ml. Sterling 
KAY WIDUP Winamac, Indiana 
LIZABETH L. WIEDERHOLD Lancaster 
SALLY WIENTJES Waynesville, Ohio 
ANNA-MARIA WILDER Danville 

PATRICIA S. WILDER Bell County 
GARRISON W. WILLIAMS Louisville 
GARY N. WILLIAMS Louisville 
LILLIAN T. WILLIAMS Louisville 
NANNIE M. WILLIAMS Richmond 
PATRICIA J. WILLIAMS Ashland 

RITA G. WILLIAMS Carlisle 
THERESA L. WILLIAMS Dayton, Ohio 
JOHN L. WILLIAMSON Pikelon, Ohio 
JOY E.WILLIS Milton 
DEBORAH A. WILSON Xenia, Ohio 
PATRICK C. WILSON Louisville 

TERESA D. WILSON West Union, Ohio 
WILLIAM R. WILSON Louisville 
VICKIE |. WINGATE Frankfort 
ANN E. WINGERT Somers Point, N. J. 
RONNA M. WILKLER Frankfort 
GERI S.WISE Frankfort 




55R FRESHMEN/WAL-WIS 



Waiting To Cash Checks Is Common Occurrence 




PAMELA S. WISE Frankfort 

JANE E. WITT Irvine 

KATHYE. WITT McKee 

LOIS J. WITT Irvine 

KATHIE L. WOGENSTAHL Fairfield. Ohio 

THERESE M. WOLARY Wilmington, Ohio 

VICTORIA A. WOOD Ml. Laurel. N. J. 
JACQUELINE R. WOODS Harrodsburg 
REBECCA D. WOODSIDE Stamping Ground 
MARTHA F. WOODRUM Middletown 
STEVE H. WOOLDRIDGE Owensboro 
RICHARD T. WOOLUMS Vevay 

STEPHAN P. WORNALL Paris 
PATRICIA C. WOZNY Louisville 
JOAN L. WREN Covington 
DEANNA L. WRIGHT Bedford 
DONALD WRIGHT Florence 
TIMOTHY R. WYLIE Somerviife, N. /. 

JACKIE YATES Louisville 
PAMELA A. YEAGER Ft. Thomas 
ALBERTA M. YEAPLES Richmond 
ANNA M. YOUNG Lexington 
JOHN R. YOUNG Manchester 
SUSAN C. YOUNG Louisville 



DOUGLAS J. ZECKNER Louisville 
ROY B. ZIEMANN Richmond 




Talking with a friend passes the time while waiting to cash a check. 



FRESHMEN/WIS-ZIE 557 



Spring Semester Brings . . . 



WILLIAM M. ABNEY Richmond 
EMMA J. ALLEN LangJey 
KATHLEEN A. AMBROSE Berea 
JANE AUBERRY Springfield 
VICKI J. BAKER Crab Orchard 
WILLIAM H. BALMOS Cincinnati, Ohio 
GLORIA D. BATTS Midway 
KENNETH W. BEGLEY Jackson 

WALTER D. BEGLEY fackson 
LINDA J. BENSON Silver Spring, Maryland 
DONNA ]. BICHON Erlanger 
SHERRI L. BRADLEY Somerset 
DONNA L. BREWER Cold Spring 
PAUL E. BRIDEWELL LaGrange 
RODNEY BUNDRENT Louisville 
CATHERINE G. CALLAS Hagerstown. Md. 

CHERYL L. CLARK Crab Orchard 
JANET K. CLUTTS Louisville 
SHIRLEY A. COBB Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM G. COBLIN Frankfort 
CHARLOTTE M. CONNER Paris 
JAMES E. CRAIG Covina, California 
DAVID L. CROTHERS Paintsville 
STEVE E. COX Lexington 

ELINOR J. DEAN Richmond 
KATHY L. DUNCAN Lexington 
JANE A. DYER Albany 
KEN A. EATON Somerset 
PHYLLIS A. ELLERY Springfield 
MICHAEL M. FERGUSON Louisville 
SANDY D. FORD Englewood, Ohio 
GREGORY A. GIBBS South Shore 

GARY W. GLAZE Pineville 
JAMES A. GOBLE West Liberty 
DIANE GRANT Covington 
ALETA E. GREAYER Winchester 
JOSE H. GRINAGE III Louisville 
BRENDA K. MAMMONS Corbin 
TYRONE C. HARBUT Lexington 
VICKI C. HIGNITE Cynthiana 

NANCY L. HORRAR Louisville 
PRISCILLA P. HOWARD Frankfort 
JAMES M. HUGHES Springvilie. Tennessee 
MARY E. HUME Jacksonville, Florida 
ROBERT L. HUMPHRIES Covington 
MARY L. HUSTED Springfield, Ohio 
FRITZ F, JACOBS, JR. Winchester 
ROBERT B. JASPER Somerset 

JAMES S. JOHNSON London 
PATRICIA A. JOHNSON Melvin 
PAULA G. JOHNSON Louisville 
BELINDA L. JONES Langley 
BEVERLY JONES Manchester 
KAREN C. JONES. Pine Knot 
RANDY L. JUNGKURTH Gahanna, Ohio 
DAVID J. KERSEY Louisville 

KATHY A. KOLLBECKER Winchester 
PAMELA LANE Bethel. Ohio 
MARK A. LAWLER Centerport, New York 
DAVID R. LEVY Lexington 
DOROTHY R. LIGHT Springfield 
KENNETH J. LONG Bethpage, New York 
PERRY W. MCCOLLUM Berea 
SUZANNE MCEACHERN Louisville 

JIMMY R. MCIVER Albany 
JULIE F. MCMILLEN Nicholasville 
VICKI P. MCWHORTER London 
NITA C. MALCOMB Wheatley 
SHERRY MILLS Inez 
LORGIO O. MIRHNDA Yungav. Peru 
PATRICIA G. MORGAN London 
ROBERT MULLENIX Ferguson 




558 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS/ABN-MUL 



New Students 




DONNA K. MULLINS PikevilJe 
MELINDA J. MYERS Wheelersburg. Ohio 
JUDYL. OATTS Albany 
CRAIG W. PARKER Seven Mile. Ohio 
JAVMIL1A A. PARKS Richmond 
JOHN S. PERKINS Campbellsville 
PAULA PHILLIPS Manchester 
SHERRY L. POWELEIT Newport 

CONNIE J. PROCTOR Louisville 
LINDAS. RAINS London 
BERNARD T. REDDY Richmond 
ROBBIE L. RICE Hagerstown. Maryland 
BEARTICE M. RISHER Richmond 
GEORGE A. RISHER Windber, Pennsylvania 
CHARLE E. RODGERS Somerset 
STEVE |. ROWLAND Louisville 

ROBERT M. SANDFORD Lexington 
DAVID K. SAYLOR Corbin 
DEBORAH Y. SHEETS Jackson 
GARY VV. SHOCKLEY Carlisle. Ohio 
CONSTANCE R. SMITH Lovelv 
GERALD R. SMITH Louisville ' 
RICHARD J. SMITH Waverly. Ohio 
JAMES D. SMOTHERS Gravel Switch 

JOSEPH R. SMOTHERS Gravel Switch 
BRENDA STALKER Pikeville 
TERRY A. STOVALL Bremen 
LINDA R. TINCHER Frankfort 
JANICE G. VITATOE Albany 
MICHAEL L. WARDFORD Louisville 
DANNY L. W ATKINS Crestwood 
CAROL D. WILLIAMS Lexington 

VICKI J. WILLIAMS Lexington 
HARRIETT WILSON Pine Knot 
LINDA K. WILSON Elizabethtown 
CATHY L. WINNER Cincinnati. Ohio 
LOWELL B. WORKMAN Drv Ridge 
JAMES E. WRIGHT. JR. Louisville 
STEVE J. WRIGHT Geneseo. Illinois 
VICKIE S. WRIGHT Lebanon 



BETTY K. YATES Maud 

PRISCILLA E. ZAENGLEIN Botkins. Ohio 

DOUGLAS L. ZUERNER Owensboro 



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INDICES AND DIRECTORY 






Senior Credits 



ABNER, MILLIE E.; Stanton, p. 403. 

ABNEY, JOANNE COVINGTON; Richmond, 
Chi Omega. Valianettes. p. 403. 

ADAMO. PAUL JAMES; Huntington. West 
Virginia. Tau Kappa Epsilon. p. 403. 

ADAMS. BETSY HACKER; Richmond, p. 403. 

ADAMS. CAROL SUE; Richmond, Chi 
Omega. Collegiate Democrats, p. 403. 

ADAMS. MATTIE LOU; Premium, Messiah, 
Canterbury Club. p. 403. 

ADELGREN, ALBERT BRUCE; Lakewood, 
New York. p. 403. 

ADKIAN, JAMES CALVIN; Lexington, p. 403. 

ADKINS, BERTEE; Harold, p. 403. 

AGEE, ELEANOR R.; Richmond, p. 403. 

ALEXANDER. PATRICIA SHARON; Ra- 
venna, Collegiate Democrats, p. 403. 

ALEXANDER. WILLIAM MICHAEL; Louis- 
ville, Circle K, College Republicans, p. 403. 

ALFORD, WILLIAM CHRIS; Waynesburg. p. 
403. 

ALLEN, DIANA LYNN; Richmond, p. 403. 

ALLEN, ETHEL MAY; Clay City. p. 403. 

ALLEN, RUTH ANN; Brodhead. p. 403. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM RANGE; Louisville, 
ThetaChi. p. 403. 

ALSUP, JONATHEN DALE; Milton, p. 403. 

AMATULLI, DEBORAH MARIE; Dayton, 
Ohio, Campus Gold, HPER, Oratorio Choir, 
Newman Club. p. 403. 

AMBROSE, ELIZABETH PAUL; Richmond, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 403. 

ANDERSON, JEANETTE LEE; California, 
p. 403. 

ANDERSON, RALPH; Crab Orchard, Agricul- 
ture Club, Interdorm Council, p. 403. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM HENRY; Louisville, 
Collegiate Democrats, p. 403. 

ANNESS, KERRY T; Harrodsburg. p. 403. 

ANSLEY, JEAN ANN; Kenton, Ohio, Alpha 
Kappa Delta Society, p. 403. 

ARCANGELI, DALE CARTER; Interlaken, 
New York. p. 403. 

ARMSTRONG, DEBORAH ANNE; Blooming- 
ton, Indiana, Marketing Club. p. 403. 

ASHBY, WILLIAM CLIFFORD; Valley Sta- 
tion, Baseball, Outstanding College Ath- 
lete, p. 403. 

AUSTIN, JIM E.; Louisville, Baptist Student 
Union, Polity Society, Legislative Intern- 
ship, p. 404. 



AUSTIN, MARLENE DENISE; Louisville, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 404. 

AVERITT, THOMAS E.; Thomson. Georgia, 
Caduceus Club. p. 404. 

B 

BACK, WILLIAM T.; Jackson, p. 404. 

BADESSICH, CARLOS ARISTIDES; Men- 
doza, Argentina, p. 404. 

BAGWELL, CAROLYN; Louisville, ACE. 
SNEA. p. 404. 

BAILEY, DEBORAH LOUISE; Demossville, 
SNEA. ACE, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phi. p. 404. 

BAILEY, DEVONA LYNN; Louisville, p. 404. 

BAKER, CHARLES DENVER; Mt. Vernon, 
Sigma Chi. p. 404. 

BAKER, JAMES MICHAEL; Corbin, Industrial 
Education Club, Karate, p. 404. 

BAKER, ROBERT JOHN; North Bend, Ohio, 
p. 404. 

BAKER. SONDRA L; Louisville, p. 404. 

BALLARD, ELIZABETH ANN; Lexington, p. 
404. 

BALLARD, ROBERT H.; Lancaster, Market- 
ing, Young Democrat, p. 404. 



BANNISTER, MARILYN DAY; 
Omega Pi. p. 404. 



Paris, Pi 



BARBER, JACK RUSSELL; Ashland, Golf. E 
Club. p. 404. 

BARCLAY, JEAN WOODSON; Richmond, 
p. 404. 

BARD, BONNIE SUE; Erlanger, ACE. p. 404. 

BARKER, DEBORAH WINKLE; Irvine, p. 404. 

BARKER, KATHRYN; Paintsville. p. 404. 

BARKER, TOMMY; Richmond, p. 404. 

BARNES. GERALD EUGENE; Dayton, Ohio. 
p. 404. 

BARNETT, JENNY LEE; Mt. Vernon, p. 404. 

BARNHART, STEVE PAUL; Frankfort, Kappa 
Alpha Order, Young Republicans, p. 404. 

BARR, CHARLES ALBERT; Louisville, p. 404. 

BASHAM, ROGER L; Louisville, p. 404. 

BATTE, WILLIAM KENNETH; Cynthiana. p. 
404. 

BAUER, CLIFFORD GODFREY; Louisville, 
p. 404. 

BAUER, DANIEL JOSEPH; Athens, Ohio, 
Sigma Tau Pi, President of Scabbard and 
Blade, p. 405. 

BAYER, JEANNE THOM; Baltimore, Md. p. 
405. 



BECKHAM, CLIFFORD VINCENT; Louis- 
ville, p. 405. 

BEECH BOARD, LINDA FAYE; Monticello. 
p. 405. 

BEGLEY, DWIGHT MERLE; Lebanon, p. 405. 

BEHYMER, DEBORAH EILEEN; Hillsboro, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta Tau, Phi Alpha Theta, 
Collegiate Pentacle, ISA. p. 405. 

BELCHER. DENNIS WAYNE; Beattyville, Al- 
pha Kappa Delta, p. 405. 

BELL, LENISE ROSE; Louisville, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Pi Alpha Theta, University En- 
semble, Black Student Union, Pan Hellenic 
Representative, CWENS. p. 405. 

BELLMAN, ROBERT JOEL; Wilmore. p. 406. 

BENJAMIN, BARRY KENT; Alexandria, p. 
406. 

BENNINGS. JACK T.; Fort Mitchell, Tennis 
Team. p. 406. 

BENTHEY. RUSSELL OWEN; Topmost, p. 406. 

BENTLEY, CESSIE M.; Kite, HPER. p. 406. 
BENTLEY, JOHN ALLEN; Albion, p. 406. 

BENTLEY. LINDA ANN; South Ports, Home 
Ec, Nutrition, p. 406. 

BENTLEY, PATRICIA ROPER; Louisville, 
Vice President of SCEC, Vice President of 
Kentucky SCEC. p. 406. 

BERRY, SANDRA LEE; Ghent, Secretary of 
University Ensemble, p. 407. 




Apple Butter Band sets the scene for this dance 
held in the Student Union Building by KAO. 



562 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



;3ERRY. WANDA LOUISE; Ghent, Corre- 
• sponding secretary of University Ensemble. 
I p. 407. 

.3ERTRAND, KEITH TITUS; Arima, Trinidad, 
j p. 407. 

■INGHAM, BETTY A. C.; Barbourville, 
j CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta 
I Pi. p. 407, 

3IBBS. ANNA MARIE; Louisville, p. 407. 

3INDER. EARL WAYNE; London, p. 407. 

bLACKWOOD, LINDA |OYCE; Cincinnati. 
[ Ohio. p. 407. 

|j3LOCK, PATRICIA ELLEN; Williamsburg, 
Ohio, ACE. p. 407. 

3LOUNT. BETTIE; Danville, p. 407. 

'30GGESS. CAROLYN LEE; Greenville, Bap- 
tist Student Union, p. 407. 

I30GLE. MARGARET WIRES; Lexington. 
Newman. Secretary GROWTH, p. 407. 

30KEMAN. DAVE JOHN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Swim Team. Social Chairman of Delta Upsi- 
lon. p. 407. 

(30RDERS, JUDY CAROL; Louisville, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi ACE. p. 407. 

30RING. STEVEN K.; Mt. Gilead, Ohio. Pi 
Tau Chi President, Student Senate, Luther- 
an Student Group, p. 407. 

|30STICK, PAMELA KAY; Lebanon, Ohio. 
ACE, President of Kappa Delta Pi. p. 407. 

30WERS, JOHN CHARLES; Alexandria, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Omicron Alpha Kappa, Kappa 
Delta Pi. p. 407. 

30YD, LINDA HEILMAN; Alexandria, p. 407. 

30YLES. CLYDE WILLARD; South Shores, 
p. 407. 

JOYLES. ELINDA CRAFT; South Shores, p. 
407. 

JRADSHAW, ALLIE FRANCES; Frankfort. 
p. 407. 

)RAY, BARBARA ANN; Butler, SCEC, 
GROWTH, p. 407. 

JREEDEN, MICHAEL W.; Ludlow, HPER. 
j p. 407. 

3REEDING, DONNY RAY; Lexington, p. 407. 

iREWER, GARY DONALD; Louise, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 407. 

3REWER, LARRY KASH; Stanton, p. 407. 

JRITTEN, CLAUDIA LENIECE; Harrodsburg. 
p. 407. 

iROERING, KURT HOWARD; Gold Springs. 
| p. 407. 

3ROOKE, SANDRA J.; Richmond, p. 407. 

3ROOKS. ALICE M.; Frankfort. Kappa Delta 
Pi, Collegiate Democrats. ACE. SNEA. p. 408. 

3ROSIUS. LESLIE C: Hamilton, Ohio. p. 408. 

JROTHERS. JOANN COLLINS; Versailles. 
Progress Staff, Polity Society — Vice Presi- 
dent, p. 408. 



BROUGHTON, PATRICIA HENDERSON; 
Paint Lick. p. 408. 

BROWN. BARTLEY R.; Hebron, Sigma Chi — 
Alumni Chairman, p. 408. 

BROWN, JEANETTE; Paris, p. 408. 

BROWN, PHILLIP EDWARD; Louisville, Pres. 
University Ensemble, Treas. Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity, IFC, Black Student Union, p. 408. 

BROWN, JIM CHARLES; Louisville, Golf 
Team. E-Club. p. 408. 

BROWN. WILLIAM DAVIS; Dayton, Ohio. p. 
408. 

BROYLES, ALICE ANN; Louisville, p. 408. 

BRUCE, DARLENE ANN; Louisville. SNEA — 
Vice President, Collegiate Democrats, Ora- 
torio Choir, p. 408. 

BRUCE, PEGGY ANN; Corbin. p. 408. 

BRUNKER, CHARLES SAMUEL; Cynthiana, 
Basketball, p. 408. 

BRYANT. GEORGE C; Burnside, Basketball, 
p. 408. 

BRYANT. GLENDA RAE; Yosemite. Phi 
Kappa Phi. p. 408. 

BRYANT. JAMES D.; Louisville. Agriculture 
Club. p. 408. 

BRYANT. KAREN MADRAS; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Oratorio Choir, SCEC. 
p. 408. 

BUCHMAN, ROBERT G.; Dayton, Ohio. 
Sigma Tau Pi. Business Honorary, Veteran's 
Club, Sigma Chi. p. 408. 

BUCKHOLZ, ANNE ELIZABETH; Frankfort. 
Kappa Delta Tau. p. 408. 

BUDKE, BARBARA ANN; Covington, Delta 
Omicron. p. 408. 

BULCHER, DOROTHY A.; Versailles, Ohio. 
Dietetic'sClub. p. 408. 

BULLOCK, JUDITH ANN; Brohead. p. 408. 

BUNKER, DEBRA LEE; Lancaster, Kappa Phi 
Delta, Catalina Club, Young Rep., HPER 
Club, Burnam House Council, p. 408. 

BURCHFIELD. DAVID P.; W. Chester, Ohio, 
Phi Mu Alpha. MENC, KIE. p. 408. 

BURCKLE. WILLIAM PAUL; Lexington, Tau 
Kappa Alpha, p. 408. 

BURDETTE. ANNE K.; Lebanon, SNEA, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 408. 

BURDETTE, JANICE ORIENDA; Lancaster. 
Foods and Nutrition Club, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. p. 408. 

BURKETT, BARRY LEE; Somerset, Sigma Nu. 
p. 410. 

BURKHART, SUZANNE ROSE; Valley Sta- 
tion, Alpha Gamma Delta. Catalina Club, 
p. 410. 

BURKHEAD. ANN LYNN; Mt. Washington, 
p. 410. 

BURTON, BRENDA SUE; Dayton, ACE, 
SNEA. Young Republicans, GROWTH, 
p. 410. 



BURTON, SHERRILL LYNNE; Monticello. 
CWENS, Phi Kappa Phi, Biology Club. 
Kappa Delta Pi, Baptist Student Union, 
Conservation Club. p. 410. 

BUSCHEMEYER, ELIZABETH B.; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Tau. CWENS. p. 410. 

BUSH, BARRY LYNN; Winchester, Industrial 
Education Club, Student Senate. Iota 
Lambda Sigma, p. 410. 



CAHILL, JOHN THOMAS; Levittown, Penn- 
sylvania, Varsity Track, p. 410. 

CALDWELL. WILLIAM REED; Paris, Military 
Police, Ausa. p. 410. 

CALICO, PATRICIA ELAINE; Berea, Colle- 
giate Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Alpha 
Theta. p. 410. 

CAMERON, R. KIP; Hopkinsville, Collegiate 
Democrats, Phi Delta Theta, Student Senate, 
Ciruna, 1972 Class President, p. 410. 

CAMM, CHARLES KIRBY; Louisville, p. 410. 

CAMPBELL, DIANE; Mt. Sterling, p. 411. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE BERNARD; Hazard, 
p. 411. 

CAMPBELL, JEROME M.; Middlesboro. 
Circle K. p. 411. 

CAMPBELL, LARRY JOE; Richmond, HPER. 
p. 411. 

CAMPBELL, LINDA KAY; Lexington. WOS, 
WRA, HPER. p. 411. 

CANDLER, CATHERINE McALISTER; Stan- 
ford, p. 411. 

CANTRILL, DEBBY K.; Fairborn, Ohio, Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 411. 

CARPENTER. JANICE; Jackson, p. 411. 

CARPENTER. JASPER; Jackson. Rifle Team, 
p. 411. 

CARR, PATRICIA ANN; Williamsburg, Prog- 
ress, Milestone, Collegiate Pentacle. Alpha 
Phi Gamma, CWENS, Women's Interdorm. 
p. 411. 

CARRICO. FRANCIS JERRY; Louisville, Mili- 
tary Police, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Iota 
Epsilon, Men's Interdorm. International 
Student Association, p. 411. 

CARTWRIGHT. BARBARA JO; Akron, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau. Sociology Club, Oratorio 
Chorus, House Council, p. 411. 

CARTWRIGHT, REBECCA LYNN; Akron, 
Ohio, ACE. p. 412. 

CASH, CLAUDINNIA B.; Brodhead. p. 412. 
CARVER, OTTIS WILLIAM; Belfry, p. 412. 

CASSILL. ARTHUR D.; Carlisle, Ohio, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Iota Epsilon, Omi- 
cron Alpha. Kappa, p. 412. 

CASTLE, CHERYL LYNN; Paintsville, Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 412. 

CASWELL, JANET E.; Paris, Kappa Delta Tau, 
Secretary, p. 412. 

INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 563 



CAUDILL, MARCIA C; Whitesburg. p. 412. 

CAVALIER, JO . ANNE; Huntington, New 
York. Kappa Delta Tail, Campus Gold, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, HYPER Club. p. 412. 

CAVE, ARLIE C; Florence, p. 413. 

CECIL, CHARLES M.; St. Francis, Pershing 
Rifles, p. 413. 

CECIL. JOHN R.; New Haven, Pershing Rifles, 
p. 413. 

CENTER, JOHN T.; Campton. p. 413. 

CENTERS, BRENDA L.; Stanton, p. 413. 

CHANDLER, LYDIA H.; Richmond, Messiah 
Chorus, p. 413. 

CHANEY, WENDELL T.; Centerville, Ohio, 
Milestone, Concert Band, Theta Chi, Young 
Democrats, p. 413. 

CHAPLIN, CARL DEAN; Richmond, p. 413. 

CHILDERS, MARY LEE; Louisville, Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 413. 

CHRISMAN, EVELYN L.; Sand Gap. p. 413. 

CLARK, MICHAEL W.; Richmond, p. 413. 

CLARK, JR., MURRAY B.; Mt. Washington, 
p. 413. 

CLAY. MINNIE L.; Berea. p. 413. 

CLAYTON, MICHAEL A.; Lenoxburg, Biology 
Club, Young Republicans, p. 413. 

CLEVINGER, DELORES J.; Breaks, Virginia, 
Association of Law Enforcement, p. 413. 

COALT, DANIEL ].; Englewood, Ohio. p. 413. 

COBB, SARAH M.; Ft. Mitchell, Art Club, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. p. 413. 

COFFEY, THOMAS H.; Bond. p. 413. 

COLE, GILLIAM L.; Winchester, p. 413. 

COLE, EVELYN B.; Louisville, University 
Ensemble, Delta Sigma Theta. Black Stu- 
dent Union, p. 413. 

COLEMAN. MAXINE H.; Danville, Kappa 
DelpaPi. p. 413. 

COLEMAN, STEPHEN W.; Finchville. p. 413. 

COLLINS, WILLIAM M.; Richmond, p. 413. 

COLVIN, TED LYNN; Foster, p. 413. 

COMBS, JERALD F.; Whitesburg, Caduceus 
Club, Collegiate Democrats, p. 413. 

COMBS, JOYCE E.; Eaton. Ohio. p. 413. 

COMBS, IANTHA SUE; Jackson, p. 413. 

COMBS, LEXENE T.; Houston, p. 413. 

COMBS, PATRICK DALE; Kettering, Ohio, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Wrestling Team. p. 414. 

COMPTON, LAURA J.; Phelps, p. 414. 

CONNER, LARRY COOPER; North Middle- 
town, Omega Psi Phi, Black Student Union, 
Student Court, University Ensemble, p. 414. 



COOPER, KERRY ALLYNE; Louisville, SCEC. 
p. 414. 

COREY, JUDY LYNN; Dayton, Ohio. p. 414. 

CORNELIUS, MELVA A.; Fairfield, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, WRA. p. 414. 

CORNETT, SANDRA SUE; London, p. 414. 

CORNETTE, BRENDA CAROLYN; Paints- 
ville. p. 414. 

CORNWELL, PATRICIA MARIE; Louisville, 
GROWTH, SNEA. p. 414. 

COSBY, JUDITH ROSE; Richmond, p. 414. 

COVINGTON. D. MARIE; Georgetown, 
HPER. p. 414. 

COYLE, JOHN M.; Portsmouth, Ohio, Delta 
Upsilon. p. 414. 

CRAFT, NORMA SUE; Whitesburg, Little 
Colonels, KYMA. p. 414. 

CRAIG, JON MICHAEL; New Albany, 
Indiana, p. 414. 

CRAIG, MARTY ALLEN; Louisville, Phi Delta 
Theta. p. 414. 

CRAIG, SANDRA MALACHOWSKI; Jean- 
nette, Pennsylvania, p. 414. 

CRAIN, CHARLOTTE FRANCES; Lawrence- 
burg, Valianette, ACE. p. 414. 

CRAVEN, DAVID; Ft. Mitchell, Delta Upsi- 
lon, I.F.C. Pershing Rifles, Student Senate, 
p. 414. 

CREED, DEBORAH ELLEN; Russell, p. 414. 

CREGER, KATHLEEN L.; Eminence, Pi Tau 
Chi, Newman Center, p. 414. 

CRIGLER. SHIRLEY LYN; Shepherdsville. 
p. 414. 

CROSS, JAMES H.; Lexington, p. 414. 

CROSSFIELD, DONNA F.; Lawrenceburg, 
CWENS, Sociology Club. p. 414. 

CROUCHER. MARGARET ANN; Richmond, 
p. 414. 

CROWE, DOUGLAS LYNN; Winchester, Col- 
lege Republicans, Marching Band. p. 414. 

CRUSE, CAROLYN GOODNIGHT; Lexington, 
p. 414. 

CRUSE, JACKIE REIFSNYDER; Lexington, 
Chi Omega. House Council, CWENS, Mile- 
stone, p. 415. 

CUMMINS, TERRY H.; Mt. Vernon, p. 415. 

CUNDIFF, CONNIE SUE; Liberty, p. 415. 

D 

DAKEL, CATHIE; Maineville, Ohio, Chi 
Omega, HPER, CWENS. p. 415. 

DALTON, CECELIA JASPER; Nancy, p. 415. 

DANIEL, ROBERT; Corbin. p. 415. 

DANIELSON, THOMAS HOWARD; LaKe- 
wood. New York. p. 415. 



DAVIS, DIANE; Mt. Sterling, p. 415. 
564 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



DAVIS, JAMES JOSEPH; Homestead, Penn- 
sylvania, HPER, Psychology Club. p. 417. 

DAVIS, MARY ARNOLD; Lancaster, SNEA, 
Kappa Delta Pi, ACE. p. 417. 

DAY, BEATRICE ROSE; Whitesburg. p. 417. 

DAY, KEITH; Crab Orchard, HPER. p. 417. 

DEAN, JAMES ALLEN; Harrodsburg. p. 417. 

DEATHERAGE, WILLIAM EARL; George- 
town, Industrial Education Club, Alpha 
Sigma Upsilon. p. 417. 

DeBELL. EVELYN RUTH; Mt. Washington, 
Kappa Delta Tau. p. 417. 

DEEB, JAN LOUISE; Gainesville, Florida. 

p. 417. 

DEEB, MICHAEL K.; Louisville, Phi Delta 
Theta. p. 417. 

DENNIS, FLECHER B.; Grundy, Virginia, 
p. 417. 

DENNIS, JAMES LEE; Dayton, Ohio, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 417. 

DeRONDE, CHERILYNN S.; Loveland, Ohio, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Panhellenic, Kappa Delta 
Pi. p. 417. 

DICK, MILDRED ROBERTS; Pueblo, p. 417. 

DICKMAN, MICHAEL JAMES; Ft. Thomas, 
Kappa Iota Epsilon. p. 417. 

DILS, CONNIE J.; Miamisburg, Ohio, Alpha 
Gamma Delta, College Republicans, ACE. 
p. 417. 

DOGGENDORF, JOHN NICHOLAS; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Theta Chi, College Republicans, 
p. 417. 

DONALDSON, NEAL POWELL; Richmond, 
p. 417. 

DORROH, CHARLES LINDSAY; Hopkins- 
ville, Theta Chi, Swim Team. p. 417. 

DOUGHERTY, REGINA GAIL; Trenton, Ohio. 

p. 417. 

DRAKE, RICK DILLON; Monticello. p. 417. 

DRUM, ADELLA LOUISE; Silver Grove, 
Christian Student Fellowship, Collegiate 
Democrats, p. 417. 

DUFF, JEFFERY MICHAEL; Lexington, Kappa 
Iota Epsilon, Omicron Alpha Kappa, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 417. 

DULL, RITA JEAN; Gratis, Ohio, Kappa Delta 
Tau. p. 417. 

DUNAGAN, DARYL L.; Monticello. p. 417. 

DUNAWAY, PHYLLIS GAY; Miamisburg, 
Ohio. p. 417. 

DUNN, FRANCES GIRDNER; Barbourville, 
Home Economics Club. p. 417. 

DUNN, REX; Burgin, Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Physics Club, Student Senate, p. 418. 

DUNN, RODNEY KIRK; Louisville, Omega 
Psi Phi, University Ensemble, p. 418. 

DUNSIL, KATHY; McKee, Kappa Phi Delta, 
p. 418. 




Walking to classes with a friend is more fun 
than walking alone. 



DURRETT, EMILY SUSAN; Smithfield, 
Biology Club, Collegiate Pentacle, Student 
Senate, p. 418. 

DYEHOUSE. KITTY BRIGHT; Lancaster, 
CWENS. Alpha Phi Gamma, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi, Progress, p. 418. 



ECKLAR, WILLIAM T.; 
p. 418. 



Greenville, Ohio. 



EDWARDS. DENISE DUNN; Gray. p. 418. 

EDWARDS, MARSHA LYNN; Eubank, p. 418. 

EHRMAN, SUE CAROL; Fairview Park, Ohio, 
CatalinaClub. p. 418. 

EKLE, ROBERT EDWARD; Ft. Lauderdale, 
Florida. Sociology Club, I.F.C., Pi Kappa 
Alpha, p. 418. 

ELAM, JAMES ROSCO; Monticello, Military 
Police. Track Manager, Industrial Education 
Club. p. 418. 

ELAM, JERRY RHODES; Monticello, Military 
Police, Industrial Education Club. p. 418. 

ELAM, PAMELA BARNETT; Harrodsburg, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Home 
Economics Club, College Republicans, p. 
418. 

ELAM, WILLIAM V.; Northridge, Ohio, Delta 
Upsilon. p. 418. 

ELBLE, RON EDWARD; Cincinnati, Ohio, Eta 
Sigma Gamma, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 418. 

ELLIS, BRENDA ROBERTS; Moreland. p. 418. 

ELLIS, JESS LaMASTER; Shelbyville. p. 418. 

ELMER, ROSEMARY ELAINE; Ft. Thomas. 
CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle. Canterbury 
Club. Phi Kappa Phi, College Republicans, 
p. 419. 

ERNSPIKER JR., KENNETH LEROY; Jeffer- 
sontown, Karate Club. p. 419. 

ESTRIDGE, MARSHA JO: Hyden. p. 419. 



ETHEREDGE, CHARLOTTE MARIE; Bards- 
town, p. 419. 

EVANS, BARBARA SUE; Shelbyville, Soci- 
ology Club, p. 419. 

EVANS JR., JAMES HERBERT; Danville, 
ROTC Chorus, Men's Glee Club, Omicron 
Alpha Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta. p. 419. 

EVANS, KATHERINE ELAINE; Georgetown, 
Phi Alpha Theta. p. 419. 



FARLEY. LINDA C; Danville. ACE, SNEA. 
p. 420. 

FAWLEY, MARTHA JO; West Alexandria, 
Ohio. p. 420. 

FEAGANS, MYRA GWEN; Lexington, WOS, 
WRA. p. 420. 

FEATHER. CHARLES VINCENT; Richmond, 
p. 420. 

FEGENBUSH. DONNA HORN; Harrodsburg. 
p. 420. 

FERMAN, SHARRON TAYLOR; Louisville, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Phi Kappa Phi, 
CWENS, Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 420. 

FERRELL, CATHY C; Delaware, Ohio, SCEC. 
p. 420. 

FERRELL, EVA SIMONE; Dayton, Ohio, ACE. 
p. 420. 

FERRELL. RUSSELL; Freeborn, p. 421. 

FIELDS, ARTHUR DENZIL; Hamilton. Ohio, 
Beta Omicron Gamma, Student Senate, p. 
421. 

FISHER, TERRY JEAN; Lexington, Kappa 
Delta, p. 421. 

FITE, ROY W.; Lexington, p. 421. 

FITZPATRICK, RUSSELL BURTON; Mt. 
Sterling, p. 421. 

FITZPATRICK, THOMAS ALLEN; Lexington, 
p. 421. 

FLEMING, MARK A.; Cincinnati, Ohio, Per- 
shing Rifles, Men's Interdorm, Tau Kappa 
Epsilon. p. 421. 

FLORENCE, RITA SUE; Falmouth, SNEA, 
GROWTH, p. 421. 

FOLEY, SONJA; Columbia, Alpha Phi Gam- 
ma, Dickey Chapelle Society, Collegiate 
Democrats, Progress Editor, President of 
Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association. _ 
p. 421. 

FORSYTHE, STANLEY LAWRENCE; Wil- 
liamstown, Omicron Alpha Kappa. Circle K. 
p. 421. 

FORTNER, KAREN LYN; Ft. Mitchell, p. 421. 

FOSSON, CAROL GRIZZLE; Russell, p. 421. 
FOSTER, JAMES C; Lexington, p. 421. 

FRALEY, CHARLOTTE D.; Beattyville. p. 421. 

FRENCH, LINDA B.; Hodgenville. p. 421. 

FREYTAG, SANDRA K.; Alliance, Ohio. Intra- 
murals, WRA, WOS, HPER, Campus Gold, 
p. 421. 



FRITZ. NANETTE J.; North Ridgeville, Ohio, 
University Players, Alpha Psi Omega, p. 421. 

FROMAN. NOVELLA B.; Wayland. p. 421. 

FRONK, JEAN A.; Cincinnati. Ohio. p. 421. 

FROST, JACK D.; Richmond, 1972 Managing 
Editor EKU Progress, Alpha Phi Camma. 
p. 421. 

FROST. ROBERT C; Richmond, p. 421. 

FUGATE, BETTY A.; Viper, p. 421. 

FUGATE, DALE; Rowdy, p. 421. 

FURNISH, TAYLOR; Vevay, Indiana, p. 421. 

G 

GABBARD, ALICE L.; Jackson, p. 421. 

GABHART. JAMES W.; Lexington, p. 421. 

GAHRIS, CYNTHIA R.; Dayton, Ohio, 
CWENS, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Delta Pi. 
p. 421. 

GARLAND, SUSAN M.; East Loveland. Ohio. 
GROWTH, Debate Team, Collouquia. p. 421. 

GARLING, KRISTINE R.; Dayton, Ohio. p. 421. 

GARR, WANDA F.; Lexington, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, Sigma Tau Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha 
Kappa Delta, p. 422. 

GARRETT, PHYLLIS J.; Dayton, Ohio, SNEA, 
Canterbury Club. p. 422. 

GARRETT, W. MARSHALL; Bardstown, Little 
Theatre Club. Phi Delta Theta. p. 422. 

GAUCH. JANE E.; West Manchester, Ohio, 
Chi Omega, p. 422. 

GEHRON, FRED R.; Germantown. Ohio, In- 
dustrial Education Club, Iota Lambda Sig- 
ma, KIEA. p. 422. 

GEIER, PATRICIA A.; Louisville, GROWTH. 
Oratorio Chorus, p. 422. 

GEIGERT, WALTER A.; Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania, p. 422. 

GERON, PATRICK A.; Springfield, Ohio. Ten- 
nis Team. E Club, Phi Delta Theta, HPER. 
p. 422. 

GIBSON, MARY B.; Louisville. Kappa Delta, 
p. 422. 

GILBERT, JAMES L.; Irvine. Young Demo- 
crats, Democrats, p. 422. 

GILLESPIE, GRADY G.; Lexington, p. 422. 

GILLESPIE, M. GENE; Lexington, p. 422. 

GILLISPIE, PAMELA G.; Paris, Marching 
Band, Young Democrats, CWENS. Food and 
Nutrition Club, Home Economics Club. p. 
422. 

GINTER, SHELIA E.; Mt. Sterling. WOS, 
WRA, HPER, Intercollegiate Volleyball, p. 
422. 

GITHERMAN. LARRY WADE; Carrollton. 
Pershing Rifles, p. 422. 

GLASS. GLORIA FAYE; Middletown. Ohio. 
Canterbury Club. p. 422. 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 565 



GOATLEY, DAVID MASON; Springfield, 
p. 422. 

GLOBE, ROBERT SHAW; Prestonsburg, 
Geology Club. p. 422. 

GODSEY, EARL DAVID; Somerset, p. 422. 

GOINS, LARRY WAYNE; Newport, p. 422. 

GOLDSCHMIDT. GENE A.; Reading, Ohio, 
p. 422. 

GOOD, ROBERT PAUL; Westfield, New Jer- 
sey, p. 422. 

GOODLETT, GARY; Taylorsville. p. 422. 

GOSHORN, REBECCA RUTH; Ft. Thomas, 
CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta 
Pi, Canterbury Club. p. 422. 

GRANT. CHARLES; Bellevue. p. 422. 

GRANT, GAYLE ANN; Louisville, Chi Omega, 
Drill Team, Newman Club, Gymnastics 
Team. p. 422. 

GRAVES, NANCY KATHLEEN; Talcum, p. 
422. 

GREEN, ROD; Danville, Feature Twirler. 
p. 422. 

GREGORY, ANNE; Wilmington, Ohio. p. 423. 

GRIFFIN, PATRICIA DEES; Shelbvville. p. 
423. 

GRIFFIN. ROGER LEN; Norton, Virginia. Al- 
pha Phi Sigma, p. 423. 

GRIGSBY, LUCINDA )ANE; Dayton, Ohio. 
p. 423. 

GRIM, BARBARA Y.; Paintsville, President of 
Y.W.C.A., Interfaith, Kappa Delta Tau. p. 
423. 

GRINER, LARRY R.; Louisville, HPER, Vet- 
erans' Club, p. 423. 

GRISSON, DWIGHT ALBERT; Richmond, 
Virginia, p. 423. 

GROVE, DEBRA KAY; Ormond Beach, Flo- 
rida, Alpha Delta Pi. Home Economics Club, 
Textile Club. p. 423. 

GRUBER, DUANE ALAN; Richwood, Ohio, 
p. 423. 

H 

HAAS, MARILYN K.; Richmond, p. 423. 

HAAS, SUSAN KAY; Wauseon, Ohio, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, College Republicans, 
Women's Interdorm. p. 423. 

HACKER, TOLENE; Oneida, SNEA, ACE. 
p. 425. 

HAGAN, ANN ROSS; Paint Lick, Kappa Delta 
Tau, Little Colonels, ACE. p. 425. 

HAIRSTON, JOANN; Lexington, Chi Omega, 
President of Anglicans, Women's Interdorm, 
Pi Tau Chi, Student Senate, Cadusces Club, 
p. 425. 

HALFHILL, CHARLOTTE JEAN; Lexington, 
Alpha Delta Pi. SNEA. Kappa Delta Pi. p. 
425. 

HALL, RUTH CHESTEEN; Ravenna, p. 425. 



HALL, SHARON R.; Warwick. Rhode Island, 
p. 425. 

HALL, SHERREL KAY; Ravenna, p. 425. 

HALL. TOMMY; Kitts. p. 425. 

HALSEY, GEORGE WESLEY; Richmond, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, p. 425. 

HAMBLY, ROBERT JAMES; Radcliffe, Delta 
Upsilon, Pershing Rifles, Milestone Busi- 
ness Manager, p. 425. 

HAMILTON, DANNY D.; Brooksville, Ac- 
counting Club. p. 425. 

HAMILTON, GLENDA CAROL; Fedscreek. 
p. 425. 

HAMILTON, GLORIA; Valley Station, p. 425. 

HAMILTON, LINDA ANN; Loretto. p. 425. 

HAMMONDS. GARY RICHARD; Louisa, p. 
425. 

HAMPTON, DONALD W; Cynthiana. p. 425. 

HAMPTON, ELAINE B.; Cynthiana, ACE, 
SNEA. p. 425. 

HAMPTON, RICK T.; Erlanger. p. 425. 

HANNAH, RALPH; Inez. p. 425. 

HANSON, JUDY; Dayton, Ohio, ACE. p. 425. 

HARDIN. ROBERT LESLIE; Burgin, Scabbard 
and Blade, Sigma Tau Pi, Collegiate Demo- 
crats, p. 425. 

HARGROVE. DENNIS GENE; LaGrange. p. 
425. 

HARMON, PEGGY ANN; Gravel Switch, p. 
425. 

HARMON. TERRI GAIL; Reading, Ohio, Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, ACE, SNEA. p. 425. 

HARRINGTON. LEEANN; Sharonville, Ohio, 
Kappa Phi Delta, HPER. p. 425. 

HARRIS, FRANCES G.; Princeton. Alpha Psi 
Omega. University Players, University En- 
semble. Newman Club. p. 425. 

HARRIS. LAURETTA JACQUELINE; Louis- 
ville, Home Economics Club, Kappa Alpha 
Psi Jewel, Black Student Union, Textile 
Club. p. 425. 

HASEKOESTER, PENELOPE ANN; South- 
gate, p. 425. 

HATFIELD, GUY; Irvine, President of Beta 
Omicron Gamma, Civil Liberties Associa- 
tion, College Republicans, Interfraternity 
Council, Interdorm Council, Student Sen- 
ate, Student Court, Polity Society, p. 426. 

HATHAWAY. GEORGE ROBERT; Richmond, 
Interdorm Council, College Republicans, 
p. 426. 

HAVERKOS, NICK LEO; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Phi Delta Theta. p. 426. 

HAWLEY, BRIAN K.; Penn Yan, New York, 
p. 426. 




HAYDEN, KATHLEEN 
SNEA. p. 426. 



ANN; Danville. 



HAYS, JUDY CAROL; Tyner. p. 426. 



Seniors dance to the music at their last down- 
town Richmond street dance. 



HEEKIN. ROXANNE; Rockford, Illinois, Chi 
Omega, Vice President, Alpha Phi Gamma, 
Pikette, Milestone, p. 426. 

HEFFRON, BARBARA ANN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, ACE, SNEA. p. 426. 

HELMS, CARYN ELAINE; McAndrews. p. 426. 

HEMBREE, EDGAR; Richmond, Newman 
Club, Industrial Education Club. p. 426. 

HEMPFLING. YVONNE SUE; Hebron, 
CWENS, GROWTH, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, 
ACE, College Republicans, p. 426. 

HENSLEY, JANICE ELAINE; Williamstown, 
WRA. College Republicans, p. 426. 

HIBBERD, BRENDA KAY; Louisville. Kappa 
Delta Pi. Vice President of French Club, 
Canterbury Club. p. 426. 

HIERONYMUS, CAROLYN SUE; McKee. p. 
426. 

HIGGINS. SUZANNE MELTON; Hopkins- 
ville, Vice President of Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Catalina Club, Student Senate, Freshman 
Class Treasurer, p. 426. 

HINES, SUSAN DIANNE; Goshen, Ohio. p. 
426. 

HINKLE, SAMUEL LEE W.; Louisville, p. 426. 

HINKLEY. CONNIE DALE; Eminence, Kappa 
Delta Tau. College Republicans, p. 426. 

HILL, DIANE KAY; Louisville, Baptist Student 
Union, International Student Club, Cadu- 
ceus. p. 426. 

HILL, JAMES D.; Ravenna, Caduceus Club, 
Wesley Foundation, p. 426. 

HILL, MONA LISA; Brooksville. p. 426. 

HILL, PATRICIA ANN; Richmond. Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, p. 426. 

HODGE, PATRICIA ANN; Shepherdsville. 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Panhellenic, Colle- 
giate Democrats, WRA. SNEA. p. 426. 



566 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



HOEFKER. JILL M.: Covington. Kappa Delta. 
Student Senate, Food and Nutrition Club, 
p. 426. 

HOFFMAN II. ROBERT EDWARD; Cleves, 
Ohio. p. 426. 

HOLIHAN, RONALD JOHN; Camillus, New 
York. Vice President of E Club, HPER. 
Swim Team. p. 426. 



Austin, Indiana. 



HOLLAN. GARY D. 
HPER. p. 426. 



HOLLAND. DONNA LEAH; Campbellsville, 
HPER, SNEA, Kappa Alpha Theta. p. 426. 

HOLLAND. LENARD A.; Trotwood, Ohio, 
Theta Chi. p. 426. 

HOLLOWELL. GAIL RUTH; Ft. Thomas, Col- 
legiate Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi, College 
Republicans, Canterbury Club. p. 427. 

HOLMES. LINDA IRENE; Martinsville. Ohio, 
p. 427. 

HOLOCH. CARL ALBERT; Foster, p. 427. 

HOOVER, GWENDOLYN KAY; Brookville, 
Ohio. p. 427. 

HORNSBY, CATHY DARLEEN; Tyner. Uni- 
versity Players, p. 427. 

HOURIGAN, EMILY ANNE; Gravel Switch, 
p. 427. 

HOUSE, JAN MARIE; Richmond. ROTC 
Sponsor. SCEC, College Republicans, Stu- 
dent Senate, Women's Interdorm. Sidney 
Clay Judicial Board, p. 427. 

HOUSTON II, HAROLD GERNARD; Louis- 
ville. House Council. Kappa Alpha Psi. p. 
427. 

HOUSTON. SUSAN LYNN; Dayton. Ohio, 
Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Girl, SNEA, College 
Republicans, p. 428. 

HOWARD. BARBARA HARRISON; Erlanger, 
Queen Athena, ROTC Sponsor, Majorette, 
Chi Omega, p. 428. 

HOWARD. CAROL JANE; Loyall. p. 428. 

HOWARD. EDNA MAY; Louisville, Delta 
Omicron. Marching Band. Orchestra, p. 428. 

HOWARD, JAMES E.: Hyden. p. 428. 

HOWELL, STAN CLAY; Lexington, p. 428. 

HUBBARD. CAROL DEANNE: Cincinnati, 
Ohio. p. 428. 

HUDSON. BILLIE JEAN; Hardshell, p. 428. 

HUENEFELD, DEBORAH SUE; Ft. Thomas. 
Oratorio Chorus, p. 428. 

HUGHES, JOYCE L.: Louisville, p. 428. 

HUGUELY. JULIA ELAINE; Richmond, 
CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha, National Sociology Honor Society, 
p. 428. 

HUGULEY. MARSHA HELEN; Richmond. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 428. 

HUMPHREY. SHERRY LYNN; Hebron, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Canterbury Club. College 
Republicans, p. 429. 



HUNGATE, JR.. MARVIN LEE; Lexington, 
p. 429. 

HUNT, PHILLIP WAYNE; Mt. Vernon, Circle 
K. p. 429. 

HUNTER, KAREN LYNN; Louisville, Presi- 
dent of Delta Sigma Theta, University En- 
semble. Student Senate. Black Student 
Union, p. 429. 

HUTCHERSON, LUTHER C; Frankfort, p. 
429. 

HUTCHINSON, BETTY S.; Martin, p. 429. 

HUYSMAN, ARNOLD NEAL; Dayton, Ohio, 
Phi Delta Theta, HPER. p. 429. 



IDLE, KENNETH RICHARD; Dayton, Ohio, 
Delta Upsilon, Industrial Education Club, 
p. 429. 

IGLEHART, ROBERT JACQUE; Hamilton, 
Ohio, President of Theta Chi. Junior Class 
Vice President, p. 429. 

INGRAM, REBA H.; London, p. 429. 

INSKO. ALICE COX; Owensboro. CWENS, 
Collegiate Pentacle. Caduceus Club. p. 429. 

IRWIN. HARRY CARROLL; Elizabethtown, 
Football Team, Phi Delta Theta. E Club., 
p. 429. 

IRWIN, VICTORIA ELLEN; Ashland, Alpha 
Delta Pi, CWENS, Dance Theater, p. 430. 

ISAACS. JOHN EDWARD; Lexington, p. 430. 

ISON. CARLTON E.; Louisa, p. 430. 



JACINA, MARY AVIS; Lexington, WRA. p. 430. 

JACKSON, MARK STEWART; Lexington, 
p. 430. 

JAMES. JOHN D.; Louisville, Kappa Alpha, 
HYPER, p. 430. 

JAMES JUDITH CLAIRS: Campbellsville, 
Polity Society. GROWTH. Collegiate Demo- 
crats. Le Cercle Francais, Alpha Gamma 
Delta — Vice President, p. 430. 

JEFFRIES. DAPHNE; Hustonville. ACE. 
Young Democrats. Kappa Delta Pi. p. 430. 

JENNINGS, MARY LOU; Paintsville. p. 431. 

JERVILLE, MARCIA JEAN; Maysville. p. 431. 

JETT, GORDON L.; Valley Station, Sigma Chi. 
p. 431. 

JETT, RICKI LYNN: Mt. Olivet, p. 431. 

JEWELL, DONALD C; Mt. Eden. Veterans 
Club, Marketing Club. p. 431. 

JOHNS, BARRY CREGG; Pikeville. p. 431. 
JOHNSON, CAROL ANN; London, p. 431. 

JOHNSON III, STEPHEN; Oberlin, Ohio. 
MENC. OAK. Phi Mu Alpha. Kappa Delta 
Pi, Progress Staff, Campus Republicans, 
Symbolic Band. p. 431. 

JONES, CHERYL ELAINE; Gettysburg, Ohio, 
p. 431. 



JONES. NANCY ANN; Henderson. Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 431. 

JONES. SHARON B.; Lexington, p. 431. 

JORDAN. MARTHA ANN; Covington, CSEC. 
p. 431. 

JUSTICE. MARSHA D1ANN; Pikeville, Kappa 
Delta, p. 431. 



KALLOP. JERRY L.; Lexington, Kappa Alpha, 
p. 431. 

KARRICK, KATY L.; Lexington p. 431. 

KEARNS, JOHN MICHAEL; Cynthiana, Trea- 
surer — Collegiate Democrats, Kappa 
Alpha. Student Senate, p. 431. 

KECK, NORMA ROBERTS; Richmond, p. 431. 

KEES, LINDA JEAN; Alexandria, WRA, VVOS. 
HYPER. Kappa Delta Tau, Intercollegiate 
Volleyball Team. p. 431. 

KEITH N. FAYRENE; Parkers Lake. Eta Sigma 
Gamma, Biology Club, HYPER, SNEA, Bap- 
tist Student Union, p. 431. 

KELLERMAN, KAREN ANN; Louisville, Val- 
ianettes. Gymnastics Club, Newman Club. 
College Republicans. Woman's Intramurals. 
p. 431. 

KELLEY. NANCY SUE; Ft. Mitchell, p. 431. 

KELLY, RALPH D.; Pikeville, Inter-dorm 
Council, Pres. — Palmer House Council, 
p. 431. 

KELLY, ROBERT D.; Jamestown. New York. 
Phi Delta Theta. p. 431. 

KESSLER, MARY CARMEL; Louisville. 
Kappa Delta Tau. Women's Hockey, p. 431. 

KIDD, BETTINA EL; Falmouth, p. 431. 

KIDD, EVELYN MARCUM; Corbin. p. 431. 

KIDD. SHARYAN LEE; Pine Knot. p. 431. 

KIDWELL. GOLDIE CRAIG: Walton, p. 431. 

KINCER. GARNARD CHELDON; Havmond. 
p. 432. 

KINDER, JANICE E.; Twenty Mile Stand, 
Ohio, Pi Tau Chi. p. 432. 

KING. ADDIE ROSE; Jackson, p. 432. 

KING, SHIRLEY RAE; Richmond, p. 432. 

KINKER. PAULA SUE; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Math Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon — Sec. 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 432. 

KINMAN, JUDY LYNN; Burlington. SNEA. 
Young Democrats, p. 432. 

KINMON. DORTHAY ALICE; Drv Ridge. 
WRA, WOS. HYPER. Volleyball, p. 432. 

KLEIN. KENNETH CHARLES: Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Swim Team. E Club. OAK — Sec, 
Accounting Club. p. 432. 

KLEINE. JOAN KAY; St. Peter, Minnesota, 
p. 432. 



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KLOPFER, MICHAEL JAY; Xenia, Ohio, Beta 
Omicron Gamma, OAKS, Pi Omega Pi. p. 
432. 

KNAUER, SHIRLEY MAY; Williamsburg, 
Ohio. p. 432. 

KNOWLES, THOMAS CHARLES; Hazard, 
Marketing Club. p. 432. 

KNUDSEN, BARBARA I.; Owensville, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau, College Republicans, 
HYPER, Catalina Club, House Council, 
p. 432. 

KOHLS, BERNARD ROBERT; Newport, p. 432. 

KONNFELD, STEPHEN GEORGE; Lindeon, 
New Jersey, p. 432. 

KRAIG, ALICE KEITH; Louisville, Chi Omega, 
Chamber Choir, Concert Choir, Orchestra, 
MENC. p. 432. 

KRAMER, DANNY LEE; Louisville, p. 432. 

KRUCKER, RICHARD STEPHEN; Hamilton, 
p. 432. 

KUCHENBROD, KAREN LYNN; Louisville, 
p. 432. 

KUNST, KRISAND LYNN; Speld. Ohio. p. 432. 



LAKE, DAVID LEE; St. Albans, W. Va., Circle 
K. p. 432. 

LAKE, TERRY L.; St. Albans. Beta Omicron 
Gamma, Circle K, Student Council, p. 432. 

LAMB, MARYANNE; Erlanger, Kappa Delta 
Tau. p. 432. 

LAMPTON, ELLEN LYNN; Evansville, In- 
diana, Phi Kappa Phi, French Club. p. 432. 

LAND, GLORIA JOAN; Richmond, Delta Omi- 
cron, Publicity Chairman, p. 432. 

LANDRUM, BRENDA GALE; Hazard, p. 432. 

LANE, DANNY DALE; Campton. p. 432. 

LANE, DENNIS L.; Beloit, Ohio, Ag Club, 
Intramurals. p. 432. 

LANFERSIEK. MICHAEL N.; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 433. 

LANGHORST, ANDREA; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 433. 

LATIMER, KAREN ANN; Williamstown, 
SNEA, CWENS — Ritual Chairman, Chris- 
tian Student Fellowship — V. Pres., Colle- 
giate Pentacle — Historian, Republican 
Club, Home Ec, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 433. 

LAVALLEE, SUZANNE M.; Valley Station, 
p. 433. 

LAWSON, PATSY LEE; Williamsburg, p. 433. 

LAY, CLAUDE RICHARD; Cumberland, p. 
433. 

LEACH, KATHY JO; Paris, p. 433. 

LEAKE, JOHN COOK; Raywick. p. 433. 

LEAR, RICE WELLINGTON; Burgin, 
Chaplain — Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young 
Democrats, p. 434. 



LEFEVERS, LONNIE SUE; Pineville. Col- 
lege Republicans. Sociology, p. 434. 

LEMAY, PEGGY ANN; Fairfield, Ohio. p. 434. 

LEUNIG, JILL ANNE; Louisville, Kappa Delta 
Tau, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Chi, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Pres. Lutheran Student, 
p. 434. 

LEWIS, DAVID E.; Paducah. p. 434. 

LEWIS, DUANE ANTHONY; Lexington, p. 434. 

LEWIS, SHIRLEY M.; Louisville, University 
Ensemble, Black Student Union, p. 434. 

LICHTENBERGER, CLAYTON KENT; North 
Tonawanda, New York. p. 434. 

LIGHTNER. LINDA G.; W. Milton, Ohio. p. 
434. 

LIPPS, KATHERINE; Berea. p. 434. 

LISI, RICHARD R.; Westfield, Mass., New- 
man Club, Industrial Education, Student 
Council, p. 434. 

LITTLE, CAROLE ANN; Germantown. 
CWENS, Home Ec, AHEA. p. 434. 

LITTLE, DAVID STEVEN; Hamilton, Ohio, 
p. 435. 

LITTLE, PATSY Y.; Albany, p. 435. 

LITTLETON, BETTY CAROL; Covington, Ca- 
deusus. p. 435. 

LIVINGOOD, RITA GAYLE; Calisle, SNEA, 
SCEC, BSU. p. 435. 

LOCKNANE, LARRY GORDON; Erlanger. p. 
435. 

LOCKRIDGE, BILLY RUSSELL; Richmond, 
President Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Tau Pi, 
AMA. p. 435. 

LOFTIS, CARLA YVONNE; Toler, CWENS, 
Kappa Delta Tau. p. 435. 

LOGAN, MARGIE BOB; Wheelwright, Kappa 
Delta, HYPER, p. 435. 

LONG, GWEN GILMORE; Ashland, p. 435. 

LONG, JANE REY; Cape Coral, Florida, WRA, 
WOS, HYPER, Young Democrats, p. 435. 

LOVLEY, CHARLES WAYNE; Middlesboro. 
p. 435. 

LOWE, DONNA MARCIA; Louisville, New- 
man Club, Vice President SCEC. p. 435. 

LYINS. DAVID LAMONT; Pleasureville, Ag- 
riculture Club, Conservation Club. p. 436. 

LYNCH, BRENDA SUE; Lexington, Agricul- 
ture — Secretary, p. 436. 

LYNCH, CAROLYN S.;Booneville. p. 436. 

M 

MCALLISTER, WILLIAM THORNTON; Flo- 
rence, ROTC Graduate, p. 436. 

MCCANN, PAULA; Lockport, Illinois, Class 
Secretary 1968, Chi Omega, Alpha Phi 
Gamma — President and Secretary, Kappa 
Delta Pi. Milestone, Gymnastic Team, 



CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle, Phi-Girl, 
SNEA, Student Publications Board, Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister, Who's Who. p. 436. 

MCCARREN, RICHARD LEE; Harveysburg, 
Sec, Inter-dorm Council, p. 436. 

MCCLAIN, DANNY ALLEN; Paris, p. 436. 

MCCLANAHAN, DONNA D.; Lexington, 
WOS, WRA, HYPER, Young Democrats, 
Eastern Dance Theater, p. 436. 

MCCLELLAND, DAVID RUSSELL; Lancaster, 
p. 437. 

MCCLOUD, ROBERT W.; Harrodsburg. p. 437. 

MCCLURE, PEGGY ANNE; Erlanger. p. 437. 

MCCONAHA, JOHN BAILEY; Parksville. p. 

437. 

MCCONNELL. NANCY HELEN; Louisville, 
CWENS, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 437. 

MCCORNACK, BETH ANN; Henderson, p. 
437. 

MCCORMICK, GARY WAYNE; Alexandria, 
IEDClub. p. 437. 

MCCRARY, MICHELE ALIVIA; Louisville, 
Secretary — Black Student Union, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, p. 437. 

MCDONALD, DEBORAH H.; McKee. p. 437. 

MCDONALD, DEBORAH JAN; Harlan, 
Kappa Delta, p. 437. 

MCDONALD. RICHARD CURTIS; Liberty, 
p. 437. 

MCDONALD, SUSAN FOUST; Covington, p. 
437. 

MCFARLAND, SHEILA SMITH; Lawrence- 
burg, SENA. p. 437. 

MCGAFFEE, BILLY WARD; Pineville. p. 437. 

MCGUIRE, VICTORIA LEE; Erlanger, ACE. 
p. 437. 

MCINTYRE, RUBY; Viper, p. 437. 

MCKEE, BEVERLY; Latonia, Eastern Dance 
Theater, p. 437. 

MCKEE, PAUL NELSON; Latonia, Freshman 
Football, Pi Kappa Alpha, Fellowship of 
Christian Athlete, p. 437. 

MCKEE, PEGGY ANN; Lebanon, Ohio, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Treasurer. Reporter of Class 
1972. p. 437. 

MCKINNEY, ADELE LEE; Greenup, Kappa 
Delta Tau, Collegiate Pentacle, Progress, 
Milestone, p. 437. 

MCKINNEY, BETTY JO; Bradhead, Aurora 
Editor, Canterbury Club, Who's Who. Stu- 
dent Publications Board, p. 437. 

MCKINNEY, JAMES WALLACE; Elkhorn, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, p. 437. 

MCNABB, BARBARA JANE; Erlanger, Kappa 
Delta, Home Ec. Club. p. 437. 

MCNICOL, JUDITH ANN; Xenia, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Treasurer Walters Hall. p. 437. 



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MCREYNOLDS, MICHAEL ROLAND; Eliza- 
bethtown. p. 437. 

MCVICKER, CONSTANCE FAYE; Danville, 
HYPER, SEC. p. 437. 

MC VICKER. WILLIAM MICHAEL; Danville, 
p. 437. 

MACDONALD, ELIZABETH ANN; Louisville. 
Collegiate Pentacle, Home Ec. p. 437. 

MACKENZIE, JAMES CHRISTIAN; Quarry 
Heights, N. Y., Delta Upsilon, Track, p. 438. 

MADISON, JANICE M.; Albany, p. 438. 

MANION. DEBBY C; Louisville, Kappa Delta. 
p. 438. 

MANNEN. CHRISTIAN F.; Richmond, p. 438. 

MARCKET, JAMES VINCENT; New Lexing- 
ton, Ohio, p. 438. 

MARCUM, CAROLE LYNN; Beattyville. p. 
438. 

MARCUM, INA JO; Vicco, Track and Field 
Hockey, Soccer, Gymnastics, p. 438. 

MARKS. RICHARD LEE; Georgetown. Ohio. 
Kappa Mu Epsilon. p. 438. 

MARSHALL JR.. CHARLES MARCUM; Louis- 
ville, Omega Psi Phi. p. 438. 

MARTIN, GINGER LEE; Jeffersontown, ACE 
— Secretary, p. 438. 

MASSENGALE, ROBERT M.; Somerset, p. 438. 

MATHES, PEGGY J.; Kettering, Ohio, Kappa 
Alpha Theta. p. 438. 

MATHIS, ANNE VAVRA; Cleveland, Ohio. 
Kappa Alpha Theta, WRA, ROTC Sponsor, 
p. 438. 

MATHIIS, ROBERT JAMES; Jamestown, New 
York, Phi Delta Theta. HYPER, NRPA, 
VETERAN, p. 438. 

MATT1NGLY. BRENDA L.; St. Francis, SNEA, 
ACE, Newman, p. 438. 

MATTINGLY. CONNIE; Owensboro. p. 438. 
MATTINGLY. HERB; Lebanon, p. 438. 

MAY, GARRY LYNN; Battle Creek. Michigan, 
Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma Pres., Law 
Enforcement Assoc, p. 438. 

MAY. PATRICK; Louisa, President Circle K, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon. p. 438. 

MEADE. DOUGLAS CHADMAN, Paintsville. 
p. 438. 

MEADE, PAT L.; Paintsville, Kappa Delta. 
p. 438. 

MEAK. JOHN JOSEPH; Uniondale. New York, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 438. 

MEDBURY, NEWTON E.; Louisville; p. 438. 

MEADE. EUGENE; Jaskhorn. p. 438. 

MESSER, JERALD M.; Pineville. Young 
Democrats, p. 438. 

METCALF, CHERYL M.; Louisville, p. 438. 



METCALF, LEO JOSEPH; Louisville, p. 438. 

METZ, NANCY MARIE; Brookville, Indiana. 
Textile. AHEA. KHEA, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Home Ec. p. 438. 

MIDDLETON, MARCIA ANNE; Louisville, p. 
440. 

MILLER. CHERYL ANN; Gratis, Ohio, WOS, 
WRA. p. 440. 

MILLER. GEORGE RANDALL; South Shore, 
Theta Chi. p. 440. 

MILLER, JAMES PATRICK; Louisville, p. 440. 

MILTON, ANNE LOWE; Springfield, p. 440. 

MINOR. KAREN DIANE; Mannsville, Alpha 
Delta Pi, Panhellenic President, AMA, 
Young Democrats, p. 440. 

MITCHELL. EVA TUTT; Cincinnati. Ohio. p. 
440. 

MOFFETT, BENJAMIN AUBREY; Lawrence- 
burg, p. 440. 

MOGG. DANNY ARTHUR; Albany, p. 441. 

MONTGOMERY, PATRICIA; Greensburg, 
Alpha Delta Pi. p. 441. 

MOORE. HARRY EUGENE; Maysville. Indus- 
trial Arts Club. p. 441. 

MOREFIELD, ROGER D.; Paris Student Gov- 
ernment. MP, CO. of AUSA. p. 441. 

MORENO. SYLVIA; Pineville, Kappa Delta, 
p. 441. 

MORGAN, GAIL MARIE; Ft. Thomas, Art 
Club. p. 441. 

MORRELL, LAWERENCE E.; Louisville, Col- 
lege Republicans, p. 441. 

MOSSBERGER. MARY ANN; New Holland. 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, SNEA, Young Republi- 
cans, p. 441. 

MOSTER. ALISON ANN; Brookville. Indiana, 
p. 441. 



MUELLER, WILLIAM CHARLES; 
City, Pa. p. 441. 



Homer 



MULLINS. DENNIS WORTH; Erlanger, Beta 
Omicron Gamma. HYPER, p. 441. 

MUNSEY, DEBORAH LEE; Somerset. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. p. 441. 

MURPHY. CHARLES E.; Covington, p. 441. 

MURPHY, JUDY L.; Covington, Accounting 
Club. p. 441. 

MURRELL, CAUSAUNDRA G.; Lexington, 
p. 441. 

MUSIAL. GENE D.; Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. 
President Ciruna Club. Dorm Judiciary and 
President, p. 441. 

MYATT. HANNELORE; Tompkinsville. Re- 
publican Club. SNEA, Phi Beta Lambda — 
Vice President, p. 441. 

MYERS, CAROL ELAINE; Lexington, SNEA, 
ACE. p. 441. 



MYERS. DAVID H.; New Vienna, Ohio, 
HYPER. Young Republicans, p. 441. 

N 

NARDOFF, CHARLES PAUL; Louisville, 
Newman, Intramural Tennis Doublers 
Champs, p. 441. 

NANCE, VICKI LEE; Pikeville. Alpha Gamma 
Delta, p. 441. 

NEEDLES, KATHY LYNN; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Kappa Delta Tau — Treasurer, p. 441. 

NELSON. DEBORAH LYNN; Kettering. Ohio, 
p. 441. 

NICHOLS. MICHAEL RAY; Lexington, p. 441. 

NICKELL. BARBARA JOAN; Davton, Ohio, 
HYPER, p. 441. 

NICKELL. CATHERINE S.; Kettering. Ohio, 
p. 441. 

NICKELL, LINDA C: Daysboro. p. 441. 

NIEHAUS, REGINA THOBEN: Louisville, 
Foods and Nutrition Club, Campus Gold, 
Collegiate Pentacle. p. 442. 

NIEF, SUSAN CAROL; Louisville. College 
Republicans — Secretary, Civil Liberties — 
Assoc. Sec. p. 442. 

NIEMEYER. FRANK BENNETT; Ft. Mitchell. 
Pershing Rifles — Secretary. Sigma Chi — 
Secretary and Vice President, Marketing, 
Interfraternity Council Rep. p. 442. 

NIEMEYER. ROBERT MICHAEL; Covington, 
Pi Kappa Alpha — President. Student Coun- 
cil, Interfraternity Conference, p. 442. 

NIKIRK. FREDDA ANN; Danville, p. 442. 

NOELCKE, RICHARD H.; Denver. Colorado. 
CLA, Student Council, p. 442. 

NOLAND, GARY T.: Stanford, p. 442. 

o 

OAKES. BECKY ANN; New Carlisle, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau — Parliamentarian, Phi 
Alpha Theta. Kappa Delta Pi. p. 442. 




Baseball Hall of Famer and EKU Regent Earle 
Combs helps Eastern coeds, including seniors 
Harry Pratts (Far Left) Barb Schieman, (Bot- 
tom Center) kick off a candle sale which bene- 
fited the Madison County Association for Re- 
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"Six, Five, Four" . . . Exhuberant EKU fans signal the countdown as time runs out against a Colonel football foe. 
570 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



OATLEY, ROBYN KIDWELL; Covington, Fea- 
ture Twirler. Symphonic Band. Head Ma- 
jorette. Concert Choir. Delta Omicron, 
MENC. p. 442. 

O'DELL CAROL DIAMOND; Lexington, p. 442. 

O'DONNELL. WILLIAM JACKSON: Ridge- 
wood, New Jersey, p. 442. 

OLIVER. CAROL LOCKNANE; Winchester, 
p. 442. 

OSBORNE, CHARLES F.; Lexington. Sigma 
Nu. p. 442. 

OSBORNE, GLENDA FAY; Brodhead, Young 
Republicans, Ciruna. p. 442. 

OSBORNE, KAREN M.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 442. 

OSBORNE. MICHAEL BERRY; Clyde. Ohio, 
p. 442. 

OSBORNE. STEVE W.; Hyden. p. 442. 

OVERSTREET. S. JOAN; Louisville, p. 442. 

OVERSTREET. SAUNDRA M.; Lancaster. 
University Ensemble, p. 442. 

OWEN. MARLENE F.; London, p. 442. 

OWEN. MORRIS WAYNE; Louisville, p. 442. 

OWENS. KEN RAY; Monticello. p. 442. 



PADGETT. EFFIE SUE; Georgetown, p. 442. 

PAHNKE. ROSS CHARLES; Burbank. Illinois. 

p. 442. 

PALMER. GARY DOUGLAS; Earlington, Pres. 
Baptist Student Union. Vice President 
Circle K. Caduces, Omicron Alpha Kappa, 
p. 442. 

PALSGROVE. CONNIE LYNNE; Vandalia. 
Ohio. Alpha Gamma Delta. Senior Class 
Sec. Gymnastics, p. 442. 

PARK, JO ANN: Richmond, p. 442. 

PARK, MICHAEL FREEMAN; Richmond, p. 
442. 

PARKE, EARLENE FRANCES; Richmond, p. 
443. 

PARKER, BILL JACK; Blackey, Executive 
Vice Circle K. Collegiate Democrats, p. 443. 

PARKER. RITA LAURA; Berea. HYPER. Col- 
legiate Republicans, p. 443. 

PARKS, JERRY LYNN; Lexington. HYPER, 
p. 443. 

PARKS. MICHAEL STEPHEN; Richmond, p. 
443. 

PARRETT, CLAUDIA SUE; Franklin, Ohio, 
p. 443. 

PARSONS. DIANA LYNN; Louisville, p. 443. 

PARSONS, THURMAN MENDELL; Rich- 
mond, p. 443. 

PARSONS, TWYLA LOU; Clay City. p. 444. 

PARTIN. RONNIE RAY: Williamsburg, IED. 
p. 444. 



PATRICK. CAROLYN JOAN; Lexington, p. 
444. 

PATTON. JERRY MICHAEL; McDowell, p. 
444. 

PAULIN. DONALD ALAN; Hamilton. Ohio. 
Gymnastics, p. 444. 

PAYNE, JOHN D.; Louisville. Progress Staff, 
p. 444. 

PEAKE. GARY ARNOLD: Fleming. Kappa 
Psi Alpha, p. 444. 

PEARSON, THOMAS G: Carthage. Indiana, 
Intramurals. p. 444. 

PELLY, DONALD EVANS; Fern Creek, 
Biology, Tau Kappa Epsilon. p. 444. 

PENDLETON. DAVID LEE; Lexington, p. 444. 

PENDYGRAFT, ROBERT LYNN; Danville, 
Collegiate Democrats, Beta Omicron 
Gamma Vice President, Student Senate, 
p. 444. 

PENNINGTON, JAMES I..; London, p. 444. 

PERKINS. CAROLYN LEE; Owenton. p. 445. 

PERRY. LINDA GAIL; Valley Station. Baptist 
Student Union, p. 445. 

PERRY, MARTA JEAN; Ashland, Alpha Delta 
Pi. HYPER, SNEA, Theta Chi Sweetheart, 
p. 445. 

PETERSON, MARY RITA; Lebanon. Home 
Economics Club. p. 445. 

PETREKOVIC. RICHARD E.; Frankfort, p. 445. 

PETTER. BILL; Louisville, Newman Aposta- 
late. College Republicans, Milestone, Stu- 
dent Senate, Accounting Club. Sigma Tau 
Pi. Business Honor Society President, p. 445. 

PREFFER. CLAIRE F.; Maysville. p. 445. 

PHELPS. TONYA SUE: Russell, Little 
Colonels, p. 445. 

PHILLIPS, JR., ARNOLD; Phelps, Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma, Omicron Alpha Kappa, Inter- 
Fraternity Council, p. 445. 



PHILLIPS, 
p. 445. 



JOHN HOWARD; Winchester. 



PHILP. GERMAINE; Bordentown, New Jersev. 
Kappa Alpha Theta, SNEA. p. 445. 

PIERCE. DEBROAH ANN; London. Ohio, 
p. 445. 

PIERCE, GEORGE DAVID; Cynthiana, Ac- 
counting Club. p. 446. 

PIKE. JANET MARIE; Jeffersontown, SNEA. 
p. 446. 

PILANT. JEANNIE LOU: Richmond. Valia- 
nettes. Phi Kappa Phi Honorary, p. 446. 

PITCOCK. NANCY L.; Louisville, Kappa Delta 
Pi, CWENS, Interdorm Council. University 
Art Club, University Film Organization. 
Eastern Dance Theatre, p. 446. 

POFF. JOYCE ORTH; Fairfield. Ohio. p. 446. 



POHLMANN. JEANNE RAE: 
SNEA. ACE. p. 446. 



Louisville. 



POPPLEWELL, KATHY JUANITA; Berea. p. 
446. 

PORTER. JAMES ROBERT; Stearns, p. 446. 

POSTON, DAN DUANE; Burlington, p. 447. 

POTTS. RICHARD F.; Campbellsville. Kappa 
Alpha. Collegiate Democrats, p. 447. 

POTTS. RICHARD LEE: Louisville. Kappa 
Alpha, p. 447. 

POWELL. MARTHA JANE: Louisville. ACE. 
SNEA. p. 447. 

POWELL. RAY E.; Elkhorn City, Phi Delta 
Theta. American Marketing Association, 
p. 447. 

POWELL, VICKI GAY; Paducah. Alpha Delta 
Pi. p. 447. 

POWERS, VAN ARTHUR; Cynthiana. HPER. 
Biology Club. p. 447. 

POYNTER. DARYL LYNN; Florence. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Kappa Delta Pi. Collegiate 
Pentacle. p. 447. 

POYNTER. VERLA HELLARD; Livingston, 
p. 447. 

PRATHER. KERRY WAYNE; Harrodsburg, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Christian Student Fel- 
lowship, p. 447. 

PRATHER, SHARON ANN; Cynthiana. SNEA, 
Sigma Tau Pi. Kappa Delta Tau. p. 447. 

PRESTON. DENNIS ALLEN; Harrodsburg. 
Phi Mu Alpha. Band. p. 447. 

PREWITT, EDNA BRENT; Lexington, Kappa 
Delta, p. 447. 

PRICE, CATHERINE MARIE; Carlisle, Ohio. 
Kappa Delta, p. 447. 

PRICE, DAVID SYLVESTER; Shelbyville, 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, p. 447. 

PRITCHETT. DEBORAH T.; Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Home Economics Club, Christian Student 
Fellowship, Textile Club. p. 447. 

PROFFITT, MARY EVE; Paint Lick. ACE. 
SCEC. SNEA, Kappa Delta Tau, Kappa 
Delta Pi. Collegiate Pentacle. ROTC Spon- 
sor, p. 447. 

PRUITT. BRENDA BENTLEY: Danville, p. 447. 

PURCELL. ISHMAEL LEE; Lexington. Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. p. 447. 



QUARLES, JR., THOMAS C; Frankfort, p. 447. 

QUICK. II, WILLIAM THOMAS; Louisville. 
E Club, Athletic Trainer, p. 447. 

QUIERO. MELVYN FRANCISCO; Richmond. 

p. 447. 



RACE. LEZLIE ANN: Cincinnati. Ohio. Kappa 
Delta Tau, ACE. p. 447. 

RADER. BREHT GORDON; Ostrander. Ohio, 
p. 447. 

RAGAN. RICHARD D.; Frankfort. Geology 
Club. Student Senate, p. 447. 



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RAIRDEN, GREGORY KENNETH; Slippery 
Rock, Pennsylvania, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
American Marketing Association, p. 447. 

RAMEY. DIANNA LYNN; Pikeville. p. 447. 

RAMIREZ, ALFRED; Allen Park, Michigan, 
American Marketing Association, Tennis 
Team. p. 447. 

RANDALL, ROBERTA L.; Richmond, p. 448. 

RANKIN, BRENDA L.; Stanford, p. 448. 

RATCLIFF, WILLIAM R.; Corinth, p. 448. 

RAWLINS, CAROLYN J.; Richmond, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 448. 

REDDING, KENDA ].; Frankfort, Kappa Phi 
Delta, HPER.p. 448. 

REDFERN, LARRY K.; Clarksville, Ohio, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Omicron Alpha Kappa, p. 448. 

REDMOND, JR.. ROY A.; Maysville. p. 448. 

REED, PHILLIP G.; Ft. Thomas, Scabbard and 
Blade, ROTC, Sigma Tau Pi. p. 448. 

REEVES, BEN NOLAND; Lancaster, p. 448. 

REID, MARY K.; Henderson, CWENS, Kappa 
Delta Tau, College Republicans, p. 448. 

REINHEIMER, REBECCA E.; Foster. Phi Al- 
pha Theta. p. 448. 

RELKEN. ROBERT M.; Middletown, Pennsyl- 
vania, Theta Chi. p. 448. 

RENNER, CHERYL L.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
SNEA, WRA. p. 448. 

RICHMAN, GENE N.; Portland, Oregon, Ac- 
counting Club. p. 448. 

RICHMOND, CATHERINE A.; Brookville. 
Indiana, Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle. 
p. 448. 

RIGGLE, MARSHA L.; Ashland, Delta Omi- 
cron, Marching Band. p. 448. 

RIGSBY. EDWARD I.; Latham, Ohio. p. 448. 

RIPPERDAN. SHARLEEN C; Brandenburg, 
Newman Club, Collegiate Democrats. Mile- 
stone, SCEC. p. 448. 

ROBERTS, SUSAN C; Prestonsburg. p. 448. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES M.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 448. 

ROBERTSON. SANDRA K.; Cincinnati, Ohio. 
p. 448. 



ROBINSON, CAROL J 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 448. 



Cincinnati, Ohio, 



ROBINSON, CHARLES D.; Florence, p. 448. 

ROBINSON, JOE FRANCIS; Mt. Vernon, p. 
448. 

ROBINSON, MARILYN O.; Richmond, Kappa 
Delta, p. 448. 

ROBINSON, PAUL R.; Ft. Wright, p. 448. 

ROBINSON, RUTH E.; Garv. Indiana, Phi 
Alpha Theta. p. 448. 

RODMAN, SUE ANN; Danville, Kappa Delta, 
p. 448. 



RODRIGVEZ, NATALIE; Middletown, Ohio. 
Kappa Delta, p. 449. 

ROLFES. LINDA JUNE; Ludlow, Vice Presi- 
dent of Kappa Delta Tau, ACE. p. 449. 

ROGAN, JANICE ANN; Bardstown, President 
of Recreation Club, Vice President of HPER. 
p. 449. 

ROGERS, DON; London, p. 449. 

ROGERS, MARY TATE; Greensburg. p. 449. 

ROLLER, JAMES MYERS; Gravel Switch. 
Treasurer of Accounting Club. p. 449. 

ROSE, NINA ILENE; Jackson, Ohio. p. 449. 

ROSE, WILLIAM EDWARD; Beattvville. p. 
449. 

ROSS, CAROLE JORDAN; Ashland, HPER 
Club, Soccer, Basketball Intramurals. p. 450. 

ROSS, SUSAN LYNN; Ashland, p. 450. 

ROUTSON, SUSAN JANE; Dayton, Ohio. 
Home Economics Club, Alpha Gamma Delta, 
p. 450. 

ROWE, GERALD L.; Georgetown, Biology 
Club, Caduceus Club. p. 450. 

ROWLETT, TERRY ALLEN; Bedford, p. 450. 

ROY, MARY KAY; Ingle, Kappa Delta Tau, 
Historian, p. 450. 

ROYSE, BARBARA ANN; Fairfield, Ohio, 
p. 450. 

RUH, ROSLYN; Lexington, p. 450. 

RULON. KATHRYN; Wilmington, Ohio, Vali- 
anettes (S-3), SCEC (Treasurer], Colle- 
giate Pentacle. Drug Abuse Council, p. 450. 

RUSSELL, CHARLES MICHAEL; Danville, 
p. 450. 

RUSSELL. LEONARD ALONZO; Paris, Ad- 
ministrator of Black Student Affairs, Com- 
mandant 1st. President of Kappa Alpha Psi, 
Industrial Education Club, Counciling Com- 
mittee on Student Behavior, p. 450. 

RYMELL, JANET LEE; Richmond, p. 450. 



SALVUCCI, SAMUEL DAVID; West Mifflin, 
Pa. p. 450. 

SAMMONS. ROBERT A.: South Shore, p. 450. 

SAMPLE, MARLA ELAINE; Louisville, Asso- 
ciation of Law Enforcement. Progress Staff 
Writer, p. 450. 

SAMPSON, ELMER E.; Harrodsburg. p. 450. 

SANDERS, WILMA KAY; Milford, Ohio, 
SNEA, ACE, Kappa Delta Tau. p. 450. 

SANDUSKY, FREDRICK LEE; Louisville, p. 
450. 

SAUNDERS. MARIES ELLEN; Crestwood. p. 
450. 

SAYLOR, ESAW; Coxton. p. 450. 

SCARBOROUGH, JOHN H.; Linwood, New 
Jersey, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Industrial Arts 
Club. p. 450. 



SCARINGI, GERRY A.; Bronx, New York, 
Delta Upsilon, Track Team. p. 450. 

SCHIEMAN, BARBARA ANN; Louisville, Chi 
Omega, Vice-President of Panhellenic, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 450. 

SCHLOEMER. STEPHANIE KAY; Frankfort, 
p. 450. 

SCHLOSSER. CINDY ANN; Ft. Thomas, Intra- 
murals, HPER, WRA. p. 450. 

SCHMIDT, LYNNE MARIE; Covington, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Finance Officer Valianettes, 
Kappa Alpha Pi, Drug Abuse, p. 450. 

SCHMIED, ORVILLE KELLER JR.; Louisville, 
p. 450. 

SCIGLIANE, JANET LEE; Curundu, Canal 
Zone, E.K.U. Student Grotto, p. 450. 

SCOTT, DANA KAY; Dover, Kappa Delta, 
Home Economics Club. p. 452. 

SCOTT, DIANNA KAY; Milton, Chi Omega, 
SNEA, Special Education, WRA, Young 
Democrats, p. 452. 

SEALS, LINDA L.; Harlan, p. 452. 

SEARS, CARL BRENT; Nicholsville. p. 452. 

SELLERS, CLYDE EDWARD; Loveland, Ohio. 
p. 452. 

SENNET, DEBORAH ANN; Miamisburg, 
Ohio, Alpha Gamma Delta, ACE. p. 452. 

SETTLES, JOSEPH ARNOLD; Lexington, p. 
452. 

SEVIER. SHARON ANN; Gray, Young Demo- 
crats, Christian Student Fellowship, p. 452. 

SHACKELFORD, JOHN KEEN; Richmond, 
Sigma Tau Pi, Young Democrats, p. 452. 

SHEAROUSE, RONALD W.; Hollywood, Flo- 
rida, p. 452. 

SHELHART, CATHY MAE; Columbus, Ohio, 
Christian Student Fellowship, p. 452. 

SHELTON. RONALD JAVAN; Louisville, 
Kappa Psi Alpha, Pershing Rifles, p. 452. 

SHEPHERD, BRENDA MULLINS; Elkhorn 
City, Nutrition Club. p. 453. 

SHEPHERD, PHYLLIS JOAN: Mt. Vernon, 
ROTC Chorus, SCEC. p. 453. 

SHERRARD, MICHAEL; Louisville. Kappa 
Alpha, p. 453. 

SHIELDS, SONDRA C; Milford, Ohio. p. 453. 

SHORT, NANCY KATHERINE; Lexington, 
Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA, SCEC, College Dem- 
ocrats, p. 453. 

SHULL, JANET LYNN; Leeco. p. 453. 

SIDEBOOTOM, ROBERT RAY; Louisville, 
p. 453. 

SIDERS. JANET B.; Cincinnati, Ohio. p. 453. 

S1DERS, MICHAEL PAUL; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 453. 

SIDLES, JOSEPH WAYNE; Paris, p. 453. 



572 INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 



SIGLER. E. SUSAN: Louisville. Collegiate 
Pentacle. Women's Officiating Services, 
Women's Recreation Association. Inter- 
collegiate Field Hockev and Basketball, p. 
453. 

SILLER. CAROLE LYNNE; Newport. Home 
Economics Club. Young Democrats, p. 453. 

SIMPSON. BETTY J.; Richmond, p. 453. 

SIMPSON. SHARI; Louisville, Kappa Alpha 
Theta. Collegiate Democrats. SNEA. p. 453. 

SINGER. M. CRAIG STEVEN; Richmond, 
AUSA. ROTC Chorus Commander, p. 453. 

SIPE. WANITA MAE: Lexington. Newman 
Club. College Republicans. College Demo- 
crats, p. 453. 

SIPPLE. CHARLES EDWARD: Bellevue. p. 453. 

SIRCLE. RANDAL ALVIN: Blanchester. Ac- 
counting Club. p. 453. 

SKINNER. WILLIAM: Lexington, p. 453. 

SLONE. GEORGE TILDEN; Piqua, Ohio 
Scabbard and Blade, p. 453. 

SLONE, JOHNNIE OWEN; Pikeville. p. 453. 

SLONE. LYNNE REED: Harrodsburg. p. 453. 

SLUSS. [AMES MICHAEL; Ashland, p. 453. 

SMALLWOOD. DAVID LEE: Louisville. Presi- 
dent of Dorm Council, Pi Tau Chi. Student 
Senate, Inter-Dorm Council, p. 453. 

SMITH. CARLOS RALPH; Louisville. Vice 
President of Alpha Sigma Upsilon. p. 453. 

SMITH. CONNIE SUE; Crab Orchard, p. 453. 

SMITH. DAVID CRABTREE; Pendelton p. 
453. ' 

SMITH, DEBORAH KAREN; Burlington. 
SNEA. p. 453. 

SMITH, JOHN LYNN; London. Agriculture 
Club. p. 454. 

SMITH. LAMONDA SUE; Bourbon. Young 
Democrats, Newman Club. ACE. p. 454. 

SMITH, REGENIA SUE: Crab Orchard, p. 454. 

SMITH, RHONDA CHRISTINE; Seymour, 
Indiana. SCEC. Intervarsity Christian Fel- 
lowship, p. 454. 

SMITH. THADDEUS M.; Winchester. Circle 
K. Phi Alpha Theta. Omicron Alpha Kappa, 
p. 454. 

SMITH. VIRGINAIA VAUGHN: Lawrence- 
burg, p. 454. 

SMITH, WILMA JEAN; Manchester, p. 454. 

SMYERS. JANET ELAINE; Louisville. Phi 
Kappa Phi. Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, Kappa Delta, p. 454. 

SXAPP. ERMA JOYCE; Cvnthiana, Valian- 
nettes. Sigma Tau Pi. SNEA. WRA. Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 454. 

SNYDER. CATHERINE RUTH: Wilmington. 
Ohio. Eta Sigma Gamma, HYPER, SNEA, 
Little Colonels, KYMA. p. 454. 

SOMMER. SANDRA ROSANNE; Madison. 
Indiana. Pi Tau Chi, Newman. Oratorio 
Choir, p. 454. 



SOWERS, JERRY RAYMOND; Richmond, 
p. 454. 

SPARKS. DONALD RAY; Xenia. Ohio. p. 454. 

SPARKS. GLENNA IRENO; Bonneville, p. 454. 

SPARNON. JR. RAYMOND L.: Hacketlstown. 
New Jersey. Polity Society. OAK'S. Vice 
President of Pi Kappa Alpha. IFC. p. 454. 

SPEAKE. EILEEN GAIL; Paint Lick. p. 454. 

SPRIGGS. GINGER L.; Celina. Ohio. Gymnas- 
tics, HYPER — Vice President, Recreation 
Club. Collegiate Pentacle. p. 454. 

SPRINGATE. EMMA EDINGTON; Sinai, 
Home Economics Club, Secretary of Chris- 
tian Student Fellowship, p. 454. 

SPURLOCK. SUE MOBERLY: Richmond. Chi 
Omega, p. 454. 

STAHL, BERMA LORAYNE; Charlottesville. 
Virginia. HYPER. WRA. p. 454. 

STANFORD. TIMOTHY LEE; Hebron, p. 454. 

STANSBURY. PAUL SHEPPARD; Fern Creek, 
Phi Alpha Theta. p. 454. 

STAPLETON. DAVID LEE; Richmond, Alpha 
Sigma Upsilon. SNEA. p. 454. 

STAYTON, PATRICIA JANE; Louisville, Col-, 
legiate Pentacle. Alpha Kappa Delta, Cir- 
una. Collegiate Democrats, p. 454. 

STEELE. DONALED EDWARD: Florence. Stu- 
dent Senate, p. 454. 

STEELE. LEE ALLEN; Corbin. p. 454. 

STEFANTCS, ELIZABETH THERESE, Dayton. 
Ohio, President of Campus Gold. p. 454. 

STEPHENS. WANDA JO; Richmond, p. 454. 

STEWART. CAROL ANN; Mt. Vernon. SCEC. 
p. 455. 

STIDHAM. LARRY MANUEL; Jackson, p. 455. 

STIEBEL. JUDITH ANNE; Louisville. Alpha 
Delta Pi, Milestone. Young Democrats, Al- 
pha Phi Gamma, Panhellenic, Student Sen- 
ate, p. 455. 

STILES, TERSA ANN; Bellbrook, Ohio. p. 455. 

STITT. MARY M.; Newport, SNEA. p. 455. 

STOKES. EDWARD SULLIVAN; Fern Creek. 
Physics Club. p. 455. 

STOLL. KATHERINE LEE: Owensboro. Alpha 
Gamma Delta. SNEA. Home Economics 
Club. p. 455. 

STONE, RANDALL MYRON; Toler. p. 455. 

STONE. RONNIE EUGENE; Lebanon. Ohio. 
Sigma Chi. Inter-Fraternity Council, AMA. 
Young Democrats, p. 456. 

STREVELS. DAVID STUART; Parksville. 
p. 456. 

STRINGER. BRENDA C: Glasgow, p. 456. 

STRONG. LEONARD BURL; Beattvville. p. 
456. 



SULLIVAN, ROBERT \l.; Louisville, Kappa 
Alpha, p. 456. 

SI H.LIVAN. RON: Ransom, p. 456. 

SURFACE. KAREN L.; Rockville. Maryland. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. p. 456. 

SUTHERLAND. DAVID WYNN; Providence. 
Sigma Nu. p. 456. 



TABB, LINDA SUE; Elizabelhtown, SNEA, 
ACE, Young Republicans, Alpha Delta Pi. 
p. 456. 

TACKETT. JIMMY: Louisville. Beta Theta Pi. 
p. 456. 

TACKETT. SHARON G.: Virgie. University 
Players, p. 456. 

TAIT. LESLIE GAYLE: Cincinnati, Ohio. p. 
456. 

TARVIN. THOMAS LEE; Brookville. Indiana, 
Omicron Alpha Kappa. Student Senate. 
Polity Society, p. 456. 

TAYLOR. MELINDA J.; Brooksville. p. 456. 

TAYLOR. PATRICIA ANN; Dayton. Ohio, 
Collegiate Pentacle. Senior Class Treasurer, 
Home Economics Club. p. 456. 

TAYLOR. RALPH D.; Morrow. Ohio. Theta 
Chi. Accounting Club. Young Republicans, 
p. 456. 

TEAGUE. B. DAVID; Dayton. Ohio. Young 
Republicans, p. 456. 

TEMPLEMAN. MARTHA C; Richmond. 
Alpha Delta Pi. p. 456. 

TEMPLEMAN. MICHAEL D.; Pikeville. p. 456. 




SULLIVAN. JIM; Belfry, p. 456. 



"Pokey" Denny crochets a Christmasgifl as her 
dormitory room tree sparkles. 



INDEX & DIRECTORY/SENIOR CREDITS 573 



TERRELL. LINDA FAY; Springfield. Kappa 
Delta Pi. Home Economics Club. p. 456. 

TEVIS, CHARLES K.; Richmond, p. 456. 

THELMAN, JON CHARLES; Dayton, Ohio, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, p. 456. 

THARP, LEWIS STEVEN; Bedford, p. 456. 

THOMAS, BRENDA S.; Independence, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa Mu Ep- 
silon. Polymathologists. p. 456. 

THOMAS, DORIS HARRISON; McKee. p. 456. 

THOMAS, WALTER WOOD; Fort Mevers, 
Florida. Pi Kappa Alpha. HPER. p. 456. 

TIMBERLAKE. SANDRA K.; South Shore, 
p. 457. 

TRABITS, CAROL L.; Fredonia, New York, 
HPER. Eta Sigma Gamma, Newman Club, 
p. 457. 

TRACY, THOMAS A.; Lexington, p. 457. 

TRIMBLE, TONI COLETTE; Richmond, 
Alpha Psi Omega. Young Republicans, Uni- 
versity Players, p. 457. 

TUCKER, SHARON ANN; Casey Creek, p. 457. 

TUGGLE, MARY SUE; Pleasantview, Nutri- 
tion Club. p. 457. 

TULLY, RODGER F.; Danville. AMA, Veter- 
ans Club, p. 457. 

TULLY, STEVEN E.; Danville, p. 457. 

TURNER. DONNA K.; Hindman. p. 457. 

TURNER, GLORIA ).; Booneville. p. 457. 

TURNER. MARGARET A.; Trotwood, Ohio, 
Majorette, p. 457. 

TURNER. MARIAN L.; Louisville, p. 457. 

TURNER, SHIRLEY E.; Newport, p. 458. 

TUTTLE, LINDA JEAN; Cincinnati. Ohio, 
Pi Omega Pi. p. 458. 

TWYMAN, KENNETH B.; Louisville, Sigma, 
Nu, Kappa Iota Epsilon, Omicron Alpha 
Kappa, p. 458. 

TYRRELL, CONNIE [.; St. Louis. Missouri, 
Little Colonels, Pikette. Chi Omega, WRA. 
p. 458. 

U 

UNDERWOOD, LINDA JEAN; Hamilton, 
Ohio. p. 458. 

UNGER, REBECCA S.; Lewisburg, Ohio, Kap- 
pa Delta Tau. p. 458. 

UPCHURCH, GARY KAY; Monticello. p. 458. 

UPCHURCH, JEANIE D.; Monticello. p. 458. 

V 

VAN ARSDALL, ROBERT DAVID; Yardley, 
Pennsylvania, Kappa Alpha, p. 459. 

VAN DEVENTER. KENNETH JETHRO; Elm- 
hurst. Illinois, p. 459. 

VERTREES, G. DIANE; Louisville, Collegiate 
Pentacle. p. 459. 



VITATOE. GARY NORMAN; Wheelwright, 
p. 459. 

VITT1TOE. BARBARA JO; Louisville, Wo- 
men's Recreation Association. Women's Of- 
ficiating Services. Women's Intercollegiate 
Field Hockey Team. p. 459. 

w 

WADDELL, JOE; Larkslane. Accounting Club, 
p. 459. 

WADDLE, STEPHEN W.; Berea. p. 459. 

WADE. BILLIE WARD; Lebanon. Vice-Presi- 
dent of Accounting Club. p. 459. 

WAGNER, SR.. THOMAS RAYMOND; St. 
Louis, Missouri, p. 459. 

WAINWRIGHT, CONNIE F.; Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Anglicans, p. 459. 

WAINSCOTT, DEBORAH ELAINE; Burling- 
ton, Kappa Alpha Theta. p. 459. 

WALDON. DALMEA LYNN; London, Kappa 
Delta Tau, E.K.U. Players, p. 459. 

WALKER, CHARLES SIMON; Lexington, p. 
459. 

WALKER, JR.. WILLIAM F.; Ashtabula. Ohio, 
p. 459. 

WALL. HILDA ANNELLE; Waynesburg, 
Kappa Delta Pi, College Republicans, p. 459. 

WALTERS, REGINALD GEARD; Louisville, 
Pi Tau Chi. Messiah, Director University 
Ensemble, p. 459. 

WALTON, WILLIAM HOWARD; Pineville. p. 
460. 



WARD, SAMUEL MARCUS; Hazard, Cham- 
ber Choir, Concert Choir, Marching Band, 
p. 460. 

WARFORD, J. FAYE; Mt. Eden. p. 460. 

WARREN LARRY ALLEN; Waynesburg. p. 
460. 

WARRINGTON. JOHN ALBERT; Miamisburg, 
Ohio, Theta Chi, Phi Alpha Theta. p. 460. 

WASHINGTON, BRENDA JOYCE; Midway. 
University Ensemble, Delta Sigma Theta, 
Black Student Union, p. 460. 

WATKINS, STEVEN CRAIG; Troy. Ohio. 
Counter-Guerrilla Raiders. College Repub- 
licans, p. 460. 

WATSON, DEBORAH GAIL; Brodhead, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 460. 

WATTS. DONALD RUPERT; Frankfort, 
Freshman Football Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 460. 

WEAVER, ELAINE LYNN; Davton, Ohio. p. 
460. 

WEAVER, PAULA JEAN; Dayton, Ohio, ACE, 
GROWTH, KYMA Club. p. 460. 

WEBB, CALVIN R.; Livingston, p. 460. 

WEBB, FREDA GAIL; Louisville, p. 460. 

WEBELER, ROBERT A.; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Swim Team, E Club, HPER. Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes, p. 460. 

WEBSTER. DEENA D.; Ashland, ACE, SNEA, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 460. 

WELCH, PAUL; McKee. p. 460. 




Clarence H. Gifford, a member of Eastern's 1909 graduating class, 
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WELLS. RONNIA; Annville. p. 460. 

WELLS. RONNIE D.; Paintsville, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 460. 

WESLEY. JO ELLEN; Lexington. Alpha Delta 
Pi. College Republicans, Sigma NIu Sweet- 
heart, p. 460. 

WESSEL, JUDY R.; Louisville, Vice President 
of Senior Class. Collegiate Pentacle, SNEA. 
p. 460. 

WHEELER, BRENDA D.; Salyersville, Sigma 
Tau Delta. Aurora Staff, Student Senate, 
Oratorio Chorus, p. 460. 

WH1TAKER. JOE HOWARD; Gallatin. Ten- 
nessee, p. 460. 

WHITAKER. STEPHEN; Columbus. Ohio. 
Kappa Alpha, p. 460. 

WHITAKER, WILLIAM J.; Louisville. ROTC, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Young Democrats, Omi- 
cron Alpha Kappa, p. 460. 

WHITE, CARL RAY; Winchester, Chemistry 
Club. p. 461. 

WHITE, JOHN W.; Crab Orchard, Accounting 
Club. Sigma Tau Pi, Kappa Iota Epsilon, 
College Republicans, p. 461. 

WHITEHOUSE. ROGER D.; Bloomfield. 
HPER. p. 461. 

WHITTEN, DONNA LEE: Louisville, p. 461. 

WIBBELS. JR., LESTER T.; Louisville, Ameri- 
can Guild of Organists, p. 461. 

WICKER, CLYDE EDWARD; Mousie. p. 461. 

WIGFIELD, PAUL D.; Hagerstown, Marvland, 
Delta Upsilon, EKU Rifle Team, Inter- 
Fraternity Council, p. 461. 

WIGGS, EILEEN P.; Louisville, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, ACE, Pi Tau Chi, 
Westminster Fellowship, p. 461. 

WILBORN. SUSAN D.; Shelbvville, Kappa 
Delta Tau. p. 461. 

WILDE. SANDRA LEE; Davton. Ohio, ACE. 
p. 461. 

WILKOITE, RHONDA KAY: Elliston, ACE, 
SNEA. p. 461. 



WILLIAMS. HENRY A.; West Liberty, Associ- 
ation of Law Enforcement, p. 461. 

WILLIAMS, JULIA ANN; Lexington, Alpha 
Delta Pi. p. 461. 

WILLIAMS, KRISTA KAY; Paintsville, Chi 
Omega, p. 461. 

WILLIAMS. LINDA LEE; Covington, p. 461. 

WILLMES, DON PHILIP; Louisville. Alpha 
Chi Alpha, American Marketing Associa- 
tion, p. 461. 

WILMHOFF, MICHAEL A.; Erlanger. p. 461. 

WILSON. DAVID E.; Brookville. Ohio. Kappa 
Alpha, p. 461. 

WILSON, JAMES L.; Huntsville. Alabama. 
Football Team. p. 461. 

WILSON, JOHN D.; Harrison, Ohio. p. 461. 

WILSON, LEWIS; Berea, Orchestra, Univer- 
sity Players, p. 461. 

WILSON, MICHAEL J.; Ft. Thomas, Kappa 
Alpha, Kappa Iota Epsilon. p. 461. 

WILSON. VALERIE; Booneville. p. 461. 

WIND, BEVERLY J.; Bellevue. Collegiate 
Pentacle. Kappa Delta Pi, Eta Sigma Gamma, 
p. 461. 

WISCHER. BARBARA E.: Covington, p. 461. 

WISE, JAMES R.; Louisville, Delta Upsilon. 
p. 461. 

WOOD, DIANE; Middletown, Ohio, Phi Alpha 
Theta. p. 461. 

WOOD, ELIZABETH T.; Cincinnati, Ohio. 
HPER. p. 461. 

WOOD, JAMES R.; Cincinnati. Ohio. HPER. 
p. 462. 

WOOD, KRISTIN M.; Xenia, Ohio, Gymnas- 
tics Club, p. 462. 

WOODINGTON, KAY ELLEN; Ovid. Cata- 
lina Club. HPER. p. 462. 

WOODRING, DAVID M.; Florence, Industrial 
Education Club, Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 462. 



WOODRUFF, GREGORY A.: Sabina. Ohio. 
Agriculture Club. p. 462. 

WOOLLEY, AIDA R.; Ft. Piercev, Florida, 
p. 462. 

WORKMAN. DORIS C; Piner. p. 462. 

WORKMAN. LEWIS E.; Piner. p. 462. 

WORTHINGTON, CHARLES F.; Trenton. 
New Jersey, Varsity Basketball, p. 462. 

WOZNY. CONSTANCE K.; Louisville. Chi 
Omega, p. 462. 

WRIGHT, LINDA M.; Somerset. Kappa Delta 
Pi. Collegiate Pentacle. p. 462. 

WRIGHT, WANDA M.; Lexington. Oratorio 
Chorus. Canterbury Club. p. 462. 

WYATT. WILLIAM G.; Hopewell. Virginia, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 462. 

WYNN, LARRY RAY; Crittenden. SNEA, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 462. 



YADEN. VERA ANNICE; Bardstovvn, ACE. 
p. 462. 

YAGI. KIYOKO; Tokyo, Japan. MENC, Con- 
cert Choir, p. 462. 

YAGI, FUMIHIKO; Tokyo. Japan, MENC, 
AGO, Omicron Alpha Kappa, p. 462. 

YANCEY. PHILIP D.; Frankfort. Track Man- 
ager, p. 462. 

YOUNG. ELIZABETH A.; Tompkinsville, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle. College 
Democrats, p. 462. 



ZANONE, CAROLYN J.: Lancaster, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Textile Club. Home Economics 
Club. p. 462. 

ZEA. PAMELA JO; Neptune. New Jersey. 
Collegiate Pentacle, Collegiate Democrats, 
Wesley Foundation. Canterbury Club. p. 462. 

ZOLLER. SUSAN MARIE; Louisville, p. 462. 



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-A- 

Aalberts, Marlene K 

Abbott. Deborah L 

Abbott. J.ll M 527 

Abbott. Joan 

Abbott, Linda M. 

Abell, Carolyn A. 527 

Abell. George H Jr 477 

Abell. James M 499 

Abell. Robert L. 

Abner. Charlie Jr. 222. 223. 288. 377 

Abner. Debbie A 527 

Abner. Millie E, 403 

Abner, Orville 

Abney, Cecil 

Abney. George K 

Abney. Joanne C 403 

Abney, Joseph T. 527 

Abney, Robert S. 

Abney. William M. 558 

Aboud. Bonnie M 294 

Aboud. Mary J 477 

Abraham. Frank L. 

Abraham. Leona R 

Abrams. Robert C. 

Abrams. Robin A 527 

Abshear. Dorothy C. 

Abshear. Paula G 527 

ACE 382 

Acheson, Claudia M. 

Achtzehn. Richard H. 265 

Acker, Dr. R. D. 137 

Acker. Scott M 

Ackerman, Nancy T 308,477 

Ackerman, Thomas M 

Ackermann. Deborah L. 469 

Ackley. Robert J 463 

Acton. Mark A. 

Adair. Kenneth A 

Adamo. Paul J. 331 

Adams, Betsy A H. 374. 403 

Adams. Ben 499 

Adams, Bill 527 

Adams. Carol S 403 

Adams. Charlotte 

Adams. Cornelia 

Adams. Darrel W. 

Adams. Donna G 374, 477 

Adams. Frances L 86. 96. 278. 

305. 376 
Adams, Gary W 477 
Adams. Hazel A 527 
Adams, lona L. 
Adams. Coach Jack 262 
Adams, James L 477 
Adams. James T. 
Adams. Janet L 469 
Adams. Joan L 477 
Adams. Jonathan D 
Adams, Judith F.499 
Adams. Judy V. 527 
Adams. Juliana T 
Adams. Kevin J, 
Adams, Larry N. 
Adams. Linda L. 499 
Adams, Mary L 
Adams, Mattie L 390. 403 
Adams. Richard H. 
Adams. Richard L. 
Adams. Robert E 
Adams. Samuel 
Adams, Stephen M. 
Adams, Susan M. 499 
Adams. Thelma J. 
Adams. Tom 384 
Adams. William B. 
Adams. William D. 
Adams, William 0. 
Adamo. Paul James 339, 403 
Adelgren, Albert B. 403 
Adk.ns. Beriee 403 
Adkins, Carolyn 
Adkins, Carolyn G. 
Adkins, Danny D. 
Adkins. Fon J 
Adkins, Judy E. 
Adkins. Kathleen G. 
Adkins. Roberta S. 
Adkins, Rosalind 
Adkins. Susan L. 477 
Adkison, Mary L. 
Adrian, James C 403 
Afnyie, Kwaku 



Age, Steven M 295, 527 

Agee, Eleanor R. 403 

Agee, J, B Jr 

Aguirre. Augusto F 

Aiken. John D. 

Aitken. Kenneth P. 

Aker, Stephen K. 319 

Akers. Curtis A. 

Akers. Deborah J 

Akers. Jon R 

Akers, Larry B 463 

Akers, Mary K. 

Akers, Nancy F. 

Akers. Randall 

Akers, Terry J. 

Akin, George B 

Akin. Joseph W. 323 

Akins, Debbie L. 

Akins. Terry L. 477 

Albaugh. Leonard L. 

Albright, Herman M. 527 

Albright. James L 

Albright, J.mD 331.527 

Albrnton, Wayne M. 477 

Albro, Joyce M 59. 288. 477 

Alcorn. Donna C 

Alcorn, Jennie L 289.477 

Alcorn, Judy C 

Alcorn, Randell 

Alcorn, Wilma L 477 

Alderson, Judy M. 3B7. 477 

Aldridge, Debotah L. 

Aldndge. James A. 

Alexander. Charles S. 

Alexander. Gary W 

Alexander. Jeanette G. 

Alexander, Jerry D 

Alexander. Joseph S 

Alexander, Judy J. 527 

Alexander, Keith S. 

Alexander, Nancy K P. 

Alexander. Patricia S 403 

Alexander, Shirley M. 

Alexander, Ton. G 21 6. 499 

Alexander, William M. 295. 354, 403 

Altord, David A. 

Alford. James H 

Alford. William C.403 

Alfred, Robyn L. 527 

Algier, Carol A 214, 381 

Algier. Lalom J 

Algier. Madeline J 

Alig. Jon 

Allen. Blanda K 499 

Allen. Bobbie J. 

Allen. C. Richard Jr 477, 509 

Allen. Carmen G 469 

Allen. Cloteen 

Allen, Daniel B. 477 

Allen. Diana L 184. 403 

Allen. Dick M. 

Allen. Dorothy S. 

Allen, Emma J 558 

Allen. Ernie J. 

Allen, Ethel M 403 

Allen. Gary M. 

Allen. Henry H. 

Allen. Hubert G. 

Allen. Jack A. 

Allen, Jacqueline D. 

Allen. Judy L. 527 

Allen. Karen 369, 527 

Allen. Larry O 477 

Allen. Mary A. 527 

Allen. MervynS. 

Allen, Mona L 

Allen. Pamela L. 527 

Allen. Paul H. 

Allen, Richard E 362. 395 

Allen. Robert C. 

Allen. Roy M. 

Allen. Ruth A B 403 

Allen, Sara R. 

Allen. Sharon F. P. 

Allen, Sharon K H. 

Allen, Stanley D 

Allen, Terry M 

Allen, William R 332. 403 

Allen, Yvonne E 

Alley. Dennis K. 

Alley. Gary D 381,499 

Alley, Rebeccas. 

Alley. Thomas G 381 

Allison. Linda D. 527 



Allison. William R. 

ALPHA DELTA PI SORORITY 298 

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA SORORITY 300 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 302 

ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 219 

ALPHA PHI GAMMA 218 

ALPHA PHI SIGMA 222 

ALPHA SIGMA UPSILON 361 

Alsman, Edward Jr 

Alston, John P 

Alston, Marvin J. 265 

Alsup, Jonathan D. 403 

Alsup. Rodney G 477 

Alton. Kathy K. 294.499 

Amatulli, Deborah M 210,403 

Ambrose. Elizabeth P 294.403 

Ambrose. Kathleen A. 558 

Ambrose. Pamela D. 477 

Amburgey, Arnold 389 

Amburgey, Arnold Jr. 

Amburgey, Barbara A. 

Amburgey, Deborah L. 

Amburgey. Leslie E. 

Amburgey, Patricia A. 477 

Amburgey. Roger D 

Amburgey, Stephen G- 

Amburgey, Vicki J. 

Amburn. Thomas A 

Amis. Helen R 

Anders, Ruth E. 

Anders. William D. 

Anderson, Bianca D. 

Anderson, Carol L 295. 527 

Anderson, Clifton R 

Anderson. Conny E 

Anderson, Dennis J. 

Anderson. Donna L. 

Anderson. Gary B. 

Anderson. Harriet J. 

Anderson. Holly B 

Anderson. James M 

Anderson, Jeanette L. 403 

Anderson, Jennifer F. 499 

Anderson, Kathleen E. 

Anderson, Larry D 527 

Anderson, Leslie L. 

Anderson, Mae B 

Anderson, Patricia A. 469 

Anderson, Patricia A 499 

Anderson. Peggy J. 527 

Anderson. Ralph 384, 403 

Anderson, Richard A. 

Anderson. Robert C. 

Anderson, Robert E 

Anderson, Rodney E. 

Anderson, Shirley L. 

Anderson. Steve A 

Anderson, Virginia F. 

Anderson. William H. 403 

Andrews, Anne C. 

Andrews. Gail P. 

Andrews. Mary E. 

Andrews, Paul P. Jr. 222. 223, 463 

Andrjot. Robert J 

Anello. Cecilia 527 

Angelmi. Janice M. 477 

Angell, Patricia J 381 

Angle, Darrel W. 

ANGLICANS 293 

Ankney. Jon W. 

Anness, Kerry T. 403 

Anness, Rita G. M. 

Anselmo, Joseph C. 

Ansley. Jean A 219. 403 

Apple. James L 

Applegate. Kimberly D. 

Applegate, Stephen W. 

Arcangeli. Dale C.403 

Archer, Howard P 

Archer. Jerry W. 

Arehart. Lynda L. 363, 499 

Argabright. Daniel S. 239, 241 . 242. 

243. 245. 246. 477 
Ark, Thomas E . 
Arlinghaus. James A. 499 
Armsey, Rebecca L 
Armstrong. Betty B. 
Armstrong, Deborah A 403 
Armstrong, Michael B. 
Armstrong. Dr Richard F. 159, 219 
Arnett, Karen J. 
Arnett, Linda S 
Arnett. Olney 
Arnett. Paul W. 



Arnett. Robert D 

Arnett, William G. 

Arnette, Earl J. 

Arnold. Art B. 

Arnold, Betty F. P. 

Arnold, Jack L. 176 

Arnold, John S. 477 

Arnold. John W.Jr. 

Arnold, Julia M. 

Arnold, Kathy G 527 

Arnold. Larry C 

Arnold. Phyllis A. 

Arnold, Sara E. 499 

Arnold. Scott T 

Arnold, Susan F, 

Arnold. Tilden W 252 

Arnold. William M 

Art, Marilyn W. 

Arterberry, Mr. T. L. 605 

Arthur. Alva L. 

Arthur. James D. 

Arvin, Carmon G. 215, 499 

Asberry, Janice K. 

Asbury. Fawn 527 

Ashby, Gary L 

Ashby, William C. 255 

Ashcraft, Robert C. 

Asher, Curtis J. 

Asher, Dana L 477 

Asher, David M 265 

Asher, Herman 499 

Asher, Judy G 527 

Asher, Malcolm 527 

Asher, Noah M. 

Ashley, Loretta J 

Ashley, Rodney D. 

Ashley. William 403 

Ashman, James D. 

ALEN 389 

Atha. Sheila F. 

Atherton. Kimberly A. 

Atkins, Dorothy G 

Atkins. Lorna K 499 

Atkins, Ronnie D. 328, 499 

Atkinson, Becky A. 527 

Atkinson, Jo Anne 

Atkinson, John D 

Atkisson, Thomas A 

Atwater, Sidney E 

AUSA 377 

Auberry, Mary J 558 

Aubrey. Richard D. 

Auoello. Charles F. 

Augsback, Donna A 527 

Ault, Steven L. 

AURORA 390 

Ausherman, Margaret L. 272 

Ausmus, Jean B 

Austin. David J^ 

Austin, Jim E 404 

Austin, Marlene D 404 

Austin. Mary R. 

Auxier. Patsy L. 385 

Aver ill, Laura J 527 

Aver.tt, Thomas E. Jr. 381. 404 

Aydt, Janet S 215,499 

Aydl, Paula L. 499 

Ayer, Willard Y. 477 

Ayers, Dianna R 363, 527 

Avers, Gary S. 

Ayers, Roger W 477 

Ayers, Vicki A. 477 

Ayette, Anthony A 362, 527 

Ayres. Harvey D 

Azar. Daniel L 

Azbill. Nancy L 527 

Azbill. Robert N 

-B- 

Babb, Danny R. 

8 abb. Lewis 

Babb. Lewis A. 

Babb. Robert W 

Babbage, Robert A. 218. 327, 477 

Babbin, Teryl R. 499 

Baber, Douglas A 216, 477 

Baber. James L. 477 

Baber, Roy T. 

Babmgton, Katherme 270, 499 

Bach, Patricia A 527 

8achelor, Marvin M. 

Bachman, James R. 

Bachman, Jane A. 

Bachus. Susan J 499 



Bacik. Karel J. 

Back, John J. 

Back, Lorna J. 

Back, Mary L 

Back, William T 404 

Bacon. Anne S. 527 

Bacon, Horace S. 

Bacon. William H. 

Bader, John G Jr. 315 

Badessich, Carlos A 404 

Badgett, Barbara N 527 

Badishian. Deborah A. 527 

Bagby. Cara M. 

Bagwell, Carolyn 404 

Bagwell. Thomas W. 

Bailey. Barbara J. 

Bailey, Barbara J. 

Bailey, Becky S. 

Bailey, Bruce E. 223,463 

Bailey, Deborah F. 

Bailey. Deborah L. 214. 404 

Bailey, Devona L. 404 

Bailey, Gary E. 

Bailey, Gary S. 477 

Bailey. Georgia 1. 

Bailey, Gerald H. 

Bailey, Gerald R. 

Bailey, Henry E. 

Bailey. Jacob T. 477 

Bailey, Joe V. Jr. 463 

Bailey. Karen L. 21 5. 305. 353, 

359, 499 
Bailey. Larry 399 
Bailey. Michael E. 499 
Bailey, Patricia A. 
Bailey. Philip D. 
Bailey, Shatter 
Bailey. Stephen C. 384 
Bailey, Wade M. 

Bailey. Wayne R 215.332.477 
Bailiff, Brenda G. 
Baird. David A. 
Bakenhester, Eugene R, 
Baker, Arthur T. 
Baker. Audrey M. 
Baker. Bevie J 222, 288, 527 
Baker, Bonita L. 477 
Baker, Bonnie J 294. 527 
Baker, Carla A 499 
Baker, Carla J. 
Baker. Charles D 327. 404 
Baker, Christopher T 
Baker. Coleen E. 355 
Baker, Connie D. 
Baker, Constance K. 
Baker, Denise E, 527 
Baker, Edward A. 
Baker, Frank L. Jr. 
Baker, Gary W. 
Baker, James M. 404 
Baker, James P. 
Baker. Janet L. 499 
Baker, Joel G. 
Baker. Judy A. 527 
Baker, Larry E. 
Baker, Leslie B. 
Baker, Linda K. 527 
Baker, Madaline E. 
Baker. Milton E. 
Baker, Mollie 
Baker. Mona K. 
Baker. Pamela A 
Baker, Paul V. 
Baker. Phillip R. 
Baker. Rick A. 
Baker. Robert J 404 
Baker. Sondra G 404 
Baker. Vicki J. 558 
Baker. Wanda K. 499 
Baker, Winifred A. 
Baldwin, Alice H 
Baldwin, Dawn C. 
Baldwin. Helen 
Baldwin, Marion L. 
Bales, Debra L. 499 
Bales. James S. 
Bales, Joan E. 
Salkcom, Otis H. 
Ball. Barbara J. 499 
Ball, Connie S. 218, 395, 477 
Ball, Damna L 499 
Ball, Darrell T. 
Ball. David J. 
Ball. Malda J. 



The listing begun on this page is intended to 
serve as a directory of the 1971-72 Eastern Kert- 
tucky University 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. 



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Fall warm days invite playing, the alllime favorite, tag football. 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 577 



Ball, N Catherine 

Ball, Patricia L. 

Ball, Philip C. 

Ballard, Ann C. 

Ballard. Elizabeth A 404 

Ballard, Gail L. 

Ballard. Lloyd D. 

Ballard, Paul D. 262, 263, 323 

Ballard, Robert H.404 

Ballard. Robert L. 

Ballew. James E . 335. 350 

Ballou. James R 

Balmos. William H 558 

Baltzley, Cynthia K 215, 305, 499 

BAND DAY 547, 555 

BAND MARCHING 364 

Bandura, Stephen D. Jr. 222, 361 , 362 

Bandy, Michael D. 

Bangs, Bonnie J 305,477 

Bankemper. Mary A 

Banks, Carol P 

Banks. Roma F. 

Bankston, Gwendolyn J. 

Bannister. Marilyn D. 404 

Banzhaf. Barbara A. 499 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 294 

Barbee. Jimmy T. 222 

Barbee. Karen E. P. 

Barber, Brenda K. 527. 542 

Barber, Bruce J. 

Barber, George O. 

Barber. Jack R 261 . 357. 404 

Barber, James G. 

Barber, Ronald D. 

Barber. Sharon L 527 

Barclay. Jean W. 404 

Barclay, Thomas J. 222 

Bard, Barry G 463 

Bard, Bonnie S. B. 404 

Barfield, Deborah C. 

Barger, George 0. 

Barger, Gloria L. 477 

Barger, Mary C. 

Bargo, Elizabeth 527 

Bargo. Gloria J. 477 

Bargo. Robert F. 527 

Bargo, Susan L M 

Bargo. Wallace R 

Barker, David D, 

Barker. Deborah W. 404 

Barker. Elisabeth L. 527 

Barker, John P. 

Barker. Kathryn 404 

Barker, Kay 477, 387 

Barker. Michael D 

Barker. Nicholas D. 265 

Barker, Pamela J 477 

Barker, Tommy 404 

Barlow, Charles S. 

Barlow. James J. 

Barlow, James L 288. 296 

Barlow, Marshall 

Barnard, Charles J. 374 

Barnard. Jeanna L. 527 

Earned. James P. 

Barnes. Arthur L 528 

Barnes. Carol E 

Barnes. Donnie G. 

Barnes. Eugene N 

Barnes, Gerald E 404 

Barnes, Harris W. 

Barnes, Lois V 

Barnes, Pamela S 

Barnes, Patsy C 528 

Barnes. Robert D, 

Barnes, Stephanie L. 

Barnes, Suzanne E 

Barnes. Terry S. 

Barnes, William T. 

Barnett, Devin B. 

Barnett. Glenda K 216 

Barnett, James L. 319 

Barnett, Jeffery L 247 

Barnett, Jenny L 404 

Barnett, Johnny R 319, 528 

Barnett. Lana K 499 

Barnett, Linda C, 528 

Barnett. Obie Jr. 

Barnett. Randy 265 

Barnett. Rosemary L. 275, 499 

Barnett, Sara S. 293, 477 

Barnett, Susan J 384, 499 

Barnett, William R. 

Barnette. Philip L 

Barnette. Susan R 

Bernhardt, Larry J. 225, 463 

Barnhart, Steve P. 319. 404 

Barnhill. Donna R. 

Barondick, Michele M 270 

Barr, Charles A. 404 

Barr. Dr. Dixon A. 180 

Barrett. Robert W 362 

Barrett, Toni J. E. 

Barrett, William E. 

Barrett, William L 

Barsotti. Martin J 331 , 344, 499 

Barthen, Jill A. 220. 369, 378, 

392, 477 
Bartle, Billy J. 
Bartleson, James C 
Bartley, Dennis D 
Bartley, Gloria K 
Bartley, Jimmy J. 
Bartley, Michael D 
Bartley, Phyllis S. 
Bartley. Rosa L. 528 
Bartolutti, Joseph J. 
Barton. James B 
Barton, Nancy J. 
Barton, Phyllis C 395. 499 



Barton, Vernon D. 

Barton, Yvonne S. 499 

BASEBALL COLONELS 255 

Bascom. George N 

Basenese, Michael P. 

Basham, Roger L. 362 

BASKETBALL 238, 404 

BASKETBALL. VVOMEN'S 273 

Bass. Bruce M. 

Bass. Lee E. 

Bate, Ken 384 

Bates, Brenda S 381 , 528 

Bates, Charlene 

Bates, Danny J. 

Bates. Debra R 469 

Bates, George O 

Bates, Janet E. 499 

Bates, Jennifer L. 499 

Bates, Obie G. 

Bathiany. Deborah L 308 

Batte, Marvin T. 528 

Batte. William K 288, 404 

Battles. Donald R 

Batts. Gloria D. 558 

Batts, James W. 224 

Batts, John L. 

Batts, Teresa J 499 

Battson, Donald H 

Bauer, Bruce H 477 

Bauer. Clifford G 404 

Bauer, Robert 261 

Baugh, Dr. Robert 220 

Baugh, Ronnie W. 477 

Baughn, Buford D. 477 

Bauhan. Connie S. 301 , 477 

Baumstark, Diana K. 

Baur. Daniel J. 200. 211.220, 

223. 405 
Baxter, Richard L. 
Bay. Sherry L 
Bayer, Dorothy L 477 
Bayer. Jeanne T. 405 
Bayes. Vicki L, 528 
Bayne, Tommy L. 
Bays. Kenneth H 
Beach, Larry W. 
Beagle, Gregory A 
Beall, Thomas S 
Beam, Elizabeth C. 477 
Beam, John R Jr 374 
Beams, Connie R. 499 
Bean. Judith A. 499 
Beard. Dennis J 499 
Beard, William J. 
Beardsley, Emily S. 528 
Beardsley, Timothy S. 
Bearrow, Christine E. 
Bearse, William F. 463 
Beaty, Mary O. 469 
Beaumont, Shem A 528 
Beaver. Guy M. 354. 499 
Beaver. Kelly B.463 
Becht, Dennis W. 528 
Beck, John G 
Beck, Phyllis J. 
Becker, Dorothea M. 528 
Becker, Mary E 528 
Becker, Terry A 299, 499 
Beckett, Deborah G 500 
Beckett, Ronald E, 
Beckham, Clifford V 405 
Beckler. James F. 528. 545 
Becknell, James R 528 
Bedell, Susan A. 
Bedore, Jeanette M. 301 , 478 
Bee, Lillian 
Bee, Richard A 384 
Beechboard, Linda F 405 
Beegle, Brenda K 
Beeler, Jacob W. 
Beeler, James O. 
Beeler, Mary L. 
Beeler, Patricia F. 
Beeler, Robert W. 500 
Beeson, Bonita L. 528 
Beeson. Lisbeth J. 478 
Beeson, Robert L Jr 
Begley, Alexander 
Begley. Bruce B 
Begley, Catherine A 
3egley, Deborah S 
Begley, Deborah S 
Begley. Dwight M. 405 
Begley. Helen M 
Begley. Jean R 
Begley, Jimmie A 
Begley, John P. 
Begley. John W 478, 291 
Begley, Kenneth W. 558 
Begley. Lana H 
Begley. Linda R 478 
Begley. Merle 388 
Begley Ralph D 
Hoijlay Mr. Robert B. 1 28 
Begley, Walter D. 558 
Begley. William 
Begley, William E 
Behanan, Linda S. 98, 478 
Behanan, Russell W 335. 367, 463 
Behrens, Martha S 299. 363, 500 
Behymer, Deborah E . 21 4, 225, 405 
Behymer, Sydney £ 528 
Beitler, Rita M. 500 
Belcher, Dennis W. 405 
Belcher. Kathy T 
Bell. Ann E. 

Bell, Betsey L.219, 391,393 
Bell. James 296 
Bell, Len.se R. 214.225,303, 

353,405 



Bell, Robert L 

Bell, William A. 

Bellairs. Deborah K 369 

Bellairs. Donald E. Jr. 

Bellamy, Deborah J. 

Bellamy, Donnda J. 

Bellamy, Margaret C. 

Bellamy, Marguerite B. 

Bellamy, Pnscilla 

Bellando. Lila D. 

Bellinger. Dennis S. 

Bellman, Jackie W. 478 

Bellman, Robert J. 406 

Belt, Eyd.eC. 528 

Benassi, Janice A. 

Bender, Angela F. 215, 294, 500 

Benge, Anthony L 

Benge, Carl D. 

Benge. Mary E. 

Benge. Norma J. 

Benjamin. Barry K. 406 

Bennett. Bruce A. 

Bennett, Carolyn F. C. 

Bennett, Darns W. 528 

Bennett. David N. 

Bennett, Herbert S. 

Bennett, Judy G. 478 

Bennett, Linda S. 528 

Bennett, Norman L 

Bennett. Patricia A 308, 478 

Bennett. Shirley M. 528 

Benmngfield, Robert 

Bennings, Jack 406 

Bennings. John T. 

Benson, Gayle E. 

Benson, Linda J. 558 

Benson. Michael G. 

Benson, Susan A. 528 

Bentle, Mary K 

Bentley, Bettma J. 387, 269, 294, 

500 
Bentley, Cessie M. 406 
Bentley, Glenna D. 500 
Bentley, John A. 406 
Bentley. Linda A 1 50, 387.406 
Bentley, Patricia R 406 
Bentley. Russell O 406 
Bentley. Sandra K. 478 
Benton, Charles E, II 
Benton. Edwin R, 
Benton, James S 
Benton, Kathy R. 311 
Benton, Nolan R. II 
Benwell, Thomas E Jr 
Benz, Richard C. 469 
Berenbroick, Starr H 
Berlin, Teresa A 500 
Berling, Gary J 
Berner, Joseph P. Jr. 
Bernstrom. Beverly T. 
Berry, Donna L. 
Berry. George D. 
Berry. John H. Jr. 
Berry. Rolland H 
Berry, Sandra Lee 
Berry, Wanda L. 
Berry. William C. 
Berryman, Betty L. 
Bersaglia. Rosena 
Bertelson, Dale R 
Bertram. Cletus M 
Bertram. James R 
Bertram, Lynda S 31 1 , 478 
Bertram, William J 313, 478 
Bertrand, Keith T. 
Bertrand, Robert J Jr. . 
Bertrand, Susan A 305. 478 
Best, Alton G. 
Best, Naomi 528 
Best, Patricia D. 
Best, W. Faye 

BETA OMICRON GAMMA 73, 312 
BETA THETA PI 315 
Betz, Eveanna K. 
Bevins, Sharon D 528 
Bewley, Francis L 
Bhangsbha, Charunin 
Biagi. Anna M 500 
Bibbs. Anna M 

Bibelhausen, Nancy J. 359, 528 
Bichon, Donna J. 558 
Bickett, Dennis W. 528 
Biddle. Randall L 
Bidwell, Charles R 
Bidwell, Delena C. 
Biggs. Robert W 
Bilger. Marsha A. 528 
Biliter, Mary B. 528 
Billups. Lora L. 500 
Bilotto. Bonnie S. 528 
Binder, Earl W, 
Bingham, Annetta 
Bingham. Betty A C 214 
Bingham, Victor E. 
BIOLOGY CLUB 378 
Biondo. David M. 500 
Birch, Jane E. 
Birchfield, Daniel R. 
Birchfield, Donna T 
Birchfield, Harold W. 
Birchfield. Vivian F. 
Bird. Joy E 
Bisher, Bruce L. 528 
Bishop, Beverly K. 
Bishop, Clay M. 
Bishop, David M. 
Bishop, Elizabeth 528 
Bishop, James R. 
Bishop, Judy L 
Bishop. Laura L. 528 




"Oops Dad!" would be a spontaneous response from 
any girl, who was watching her father putting away 
her suitcase and it accidently fell open. 



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Bishop. McKmley K. 

Bisig. James C. 328. 478 

Busko, Edward A 

Biven. Thomas A 

Black. Barbara A. 272 

Black, Beverly G, 

Black, Charles E. 

Black. Connie L 305. 478 

Black. Debbie A 

Black, Donna F. 303. 348, 353 

Black. Douglas K 389, 528 

Black, John W. 

Black, Kenneth C. 

Black, Mary E. 

BLACK. RICHMOND. MISS 99 

Blackburn. Arthur 

Blackburn, Donald W 

Blackburn. Eric E. 

Blackburn, George C. 

Blackburn, Glenn M. 

Blackburn. Larry W 

Blackburn. Loretta B 

Blacketer. Rebecca M. 355. 469 

Black well. Meredith A. 463 

Blackwood. Linda J. 

Blair. Jack H, 

Blair, James 0. 

Blair. James F. 

Blair. James R 478 

Blair. Joseph G 

Blair, Joyce A A 478 

B'air. Kenneth D. 

Blair, Paul E 478 

Blair, Rhonda L. 216. 478 

Blair. Sally 478 

Blair. Thomas D 315 

Blair. William E. 

Blake. Brenda L. 

Blake. Fred L. 

Blake. Howard D 

Blake, James A, 

Blakeman, Anne S. 500 

Blakeman, Carol A. 

Blakeman. Ira L. 

Blakey, Howard L. 247 

Blanc, Lmda C 500 

Blanchard. Elizabeth 

Bland. Michae' L 

Bland. Timothy S. 261 . 31 5 

Biandford, Barbara S. 

Blank. Mary P 528 

Blankenship. Billy S. 

Blankenship, Carolyn 528 

Blankenship. Henry T 

Blankenship, Jessica 

Blankenship. Rick E 313. 351. 500 

Blanton, Deborah L 500 

Blanton. Millard Jr. 

Blaske. Stephen F 

Blaylock, David F. 

Bledsoe. Brenda D. 

Bledsoe. Dons E. 500 

Bledsoe. Freddy L 

Blevens, Demse K. 469 

Blevms. Daniel W. 

Blevms. Gail E. 528 

Blevms. Gail I 500 

Blevms. Martha S- 478 

Blevms. Michael L. 

Blevms, Ralph G. 

Blevms, Thomas A. 313 

Blewitt. Kenneth J. 

Blincoe. Thomas C 

Blizzard. Mary E. 528 

Block. Patricia E. 

Blood. Bertrum J. 

Blount. Bettie R. 

Bloyd. Karen M 299. 341 , 363. 478 

Blum. Richard M. 

Blunschi, Betty 

Blythe. Mary A. K 528 

Boardman, Linda L R. 

Boainght, Linda S 500 

Bobich. George T. 

Boblitz, Paula R. 

Bock. Barbara J. 220 

Boczen, Deborah L. 

Bodey, Thomas A. 528 

Bodine, Linda D 

Bodme. Sammy G 354 

Bogdanski. Joanne T. 

Bogg, Roger 237 

Boggess. Carolyn L. 294 

Boggess. Rita J. 294. 500 

Boggio. Lea 96. 97, 31 1 . 358. 

500 
Boggs, Daryl L. 
Boggs. Debra J. 
Boggs, Dona L. 500 
Boggs. Jean M. 
Boggs. Margaret J 
Boggs Mary L. 
Boggs. Nancy E. 528 
Boggs, Thomas D 269. 500 
Bogie. Barbara K. 
Bogie. Jeane 
Bogie. Nancy C. 
Bogie. Patsy A. 
Bogie. Wanda L. 294.500 
Bogle, Margaret A W 200 
Bogliole, David J. Jr. 
Bohannon, Thomas W 
Bohon. Roy L. 
Bohon. Mrs Sue 132 
Bohuslav, John 262 
Bokelman, Allen E. 
Bokelman, David J. 187. 317, 338 
Boleyn, Roy 
Boling. Judge J. C. 155 
Bolinger, Marlene K. 



Bolivar, Stephen L. 463 

Bolster. Diane L 

Bolt. Sharon A. 

Bolton, Arthur D. 

Bolton. Darlene M. 

Bolton, Nancy F 

Bolton. Wallace W. 

Bonar. Linda L. 

Bonar. Marlene F. 

Bonar, Richard C. 

Bond, David L. 

Bond, Jerry W. 

Bond, Leslie A. 

Bond. Paul 

Bond, Peggy S. A. 

Bond, Victoria C. 

Boner, Geneva 

Boner. William M. 371 

Bonlert. Peggy L 

Bonham, Chris P. 528 

Bonnen, John A. 528 

Bonny. Thomas H 

Bonta, Richard B 

Bonzo. James M. 528 

Booher. Deborah E. 

Boone, Randi G. 301 

Boone. Susan K, 272 

Bootes. Thomas R 

Booth. Ivan P 500 

Booth. James K. 

Booth. John T 

Booth, Leslie K. 

Boothe, Anne L. 500 

Boothe. Judith A. 

Boothe. Linda G. 

Boothe. Rosalee 478 

Bordas. Edward M 

Bo r das, John F. 

Borden. Billy J- 

Borden. Daniel U. 

Borders, Harold I 233. 237 

Borders, Jane A. 500 

Borders, Judy C.214 

Boren. David A. 265. 384 

Bonn. John A 324 

Bonng. Steven K 221 

Borst. Sharalee 528 

Bosemer. William L 

Bosler. Christina M. 478 

Bosley. Joseph G. 

Bostelman. Kenneth P. 265 

Bostic. Howard R. Jr. 

Bost.ck. Pamela K. 224, 363 

Botkm, Michael W. 

Bottom, Melvin K. 

Bottom. Ronnie P 

Bottoms, Barbara L 528 

Botts, Guy S. 327 

Boucher, Jayne K 

Bourne, James P. 478 

Bowen. Allen P. 

Bowen, Bonnie L. 528 

Bowen, Jacquoline K 

Bowen. Joyce M. 

Bowen, Lonn.e J. 478 

Bowen. Warren H. 

Bovvers, Dennis G. 

Bowers. John C. 21 5. 224. 225 

Bowles, Deborah A. 500 

Bowles. Gerald F 

Bowles. Russell 

Bowlin, Connie F. 

Bowl.n, Glenna P. 

Bowlin. Kathenne S 529 

Bowlin. Wesley 

Bowling, Connie L. 

Bowling. Daniel A. 

Bowling. Debra E. 529 

Bowling. Donald W. 

Bowling, Dons C. 529 

Bowling, Eldon M. 

Bowling, Estaiene 

Bowling, Gaylen S. 

Bowling, J Carleton 222 

Bowling. Jamie L 

Bowling, Linda M. 

Bowling, Margaret A 529 

Bowling, Norma J. 

Bowling. Ralph E. 

Bowling, Ronald D. 

Bowling. Wayne 

Bowman. Donald A. 

Bowman, Jack Jr 

Bowman, Jack V. Jr. 

Bowman, James A. 529 

Bowman. James M. Jr. 

Bowman. Nanci A. 

Bowman. Sherrie F 

Bowman, Terry W. 

Bowman, Virginia K. 

Boyd. Billy C 464 

Boyd. Lmda K. H. 

Boyd. Melvin E. Jr. 

Boyd. Ruby J. 

Boyer. Bessie E. 528 

Boylan. Barbara S. 469 

Boyles. Clyde W. 

Boyles. Elmda D C. 

Bo v son Richard I 

Brace. Colleen J. 500 

Bracken. Barbara J, 308. 478 

Bracken, Daniel B 

Bradford. Brenda G, 

Bradford. Janet G. 73. 308 

Bradford. Linda S. 

Bradford. Sarah A. 

Bradley. Brian M.478 

Bradley. David L 214 

Bradley. Glenn 

Bradley. Marvin L. 



Bradley, Michael R 


Brooks. Glenn E 


Bradley. Patricia A 


Brooks, HBrvey L 


Bradley, Shern L 558 


Brooks. J.mm.e L 228.231,232, 


Bradley. Smith F 


234,235.236,237 


Bradley, William F 


Brooks, Martha M. 


Bradshaw. Bishop L. 


Brooks. Patricia A. 


Bradshaw. Garry 1. 


Brooks, Robert 239, 240, 246 


Bradshaw. William T, 


Brooks, Robert L. 


Bradt, Russell N, 


Brooks, Rosemary V. 


Brady. Mary C 


Brooks, Steve B 


Bramblett, Luther S- 1 49. 478 


Brosius. Leslie C 408 


Bramblett. Phyllis L 


Brothers. Jo Anne 408 


Bramlage. Frances E 301 


Brothers, Kathenne A 478 


Brand, Edwin C. 


Brothers. Lynn M 


Brandenburg. Blaine W. 


Brothers. Michele B. D 


Brandenburg, Douglas 


Brotherton. Lois R. 


Brandenburg. Larry K 478 


Broughton, Patricia H. 408 


Brandenburg, Lowell M 


Brown, Alice M. 


Brandenburg, Ronald J. 


Brown. Ann E, 


Brandenburg, Sharon K. 


Brown. Artie K 


Brandon. Gary A 258 


Brown, Baird P 


Branham. Bonnie L 


Brown. Barbara J. 530 


Branham. C. Kevin 


Brown. Barnngton M. 478 


Branham, Keith W 


Brown. Bartley R 327, 408 


Branom, Cynthia A 500 


Brown. Ben F. 


Brant. Dennis L 


Brown. Benjamin A. 


Brant, Sharon R. 529 


Brown. Brenda E. 530 


Brasel. Anna P. 


Brown, Billy G, 222 


Brashear. Sherry 464 


Brown. Bobby C. 374 


Braun. Kathleen M. 500 


Brown. Brenda E. 


Barun, Nancy D 529 


Brown. Carol D. 


Braun. Wade H. 


Brown, Carter L 


Bray. Barbara A. 


Brown. Catherine M. 530 


Bray. Ronald 0. 


Brown. Charles T 


Bray, Susan E. 


Brown, Claudia 


Brecht, Margery M. 


Brown. Clennon R, 


Bfecht. Suzanne 


Brown. Cordis A. 


Brecht, Thomas C. 


Brown. David L 


Breeden. Hugh F. 500 


Brown. David L. 


Breeden, Michael W 


Brown. Debra J 469 


Breeden. Susan G 


Brown. Debra M 530 


Breeding. Brenda R 


Brown, Dennis J. 


Breeding, Donny R. 


Brown, Don 0. 529 


Breeding, Robert B. 


Brown. Dwight E. 


Breeze. Marilyn A. 


Brown, Elizabeth L. B. 


Breeze. Richard C. 


Brown, Frostie 255. 257 


Brenda. William H.478 


Brown, Gary R. 


Brennan, Daniel J. 222,464 


Brown. Gregory A 


Brent, Charles A, 


Brown, Helen 1. 


Brentzel. Stewart E. 354, 500 


Brown. Irvin A. 


Bresch, Karel E. 


Brown, Jacque L 469, 478 


Bresch, Mary A 500 


Brown. Jacqueline S. 


Bresnen, Pamela R. 529 


Brown, James C. 


Bretz. Frances A 478 


Brown, Jeanette 408 


Brewer. Brenda C. 500 


Brown, Jimmy K. 


Brewer. Carol E 478 


Brown, Joe K. 


Brewer, Darrell G. 


Brown. John D. 


Brewer. Donna L. 558 


Brown. John D 


Brewer. Fern S. 


Brown. John W, 464 


Brewer. Gary D. 


Brown, Joseph W. 


Brewer, Janice 500 


Brown, Judith 


Brewer, Judy G. 


Brown, Karen L. 478 


Brewer, Kenneth E. 


Brown. Kathy A 


Brewer. Larry K 


Brown. Kenneth L. 


Brewer. Michael G 


Brown. Kenneth R. 


Brewer. Nadme 1. 215. 31 1. 500 


Brown. Lester R, 


Brewer. Nancy H 


Brown, Lois J. 478 


Brewer. Paul A. 


Brown. Lynn 530 


Brewer. Rebecca A, 464 


Brown. Marvin 


Bridewell. Paul E 558 


Brown. Mary L 


Bndwell. Charlie 255 


Brown, Michael C. 408 


Bridge, Marilyn J. 


Brown, Michael D 


Bndgeman, Rufus A. 


Brown. Michael L. 


Bnggs. John F. II 


Brown. Pamela J. 


Bnggs. William M. 


Brown. Paula B. 530 


Bright, Charles R. 500 


Brown, Phillip E, 335. 353. 408 


Bngmon, Janet C. 21 6. 478 


Brown, Raymond L. 


Bnnegar. Ernest J. 


Brown, Richard D. 


Bnnkman, Robert J 


Brown, Richard L 


Bnsbay, Jacqueline M. 478 


Brown, Robert D. 


Bnttain, Yvonne 


Bfown. Robert W 


Bnttian, Janelle S. 


Brown, Samuel M. 


Brmon, Claudia L, 184, 355.382 


Brown, Sharon A. 271 


Bntton. Gregory T. 252 


Brown. Sharon L 530 


Bntton. Reda J. 


Brown. Shen L. 


Broaddus. Otis W. 


Brown, Shirley A. 


Broaddus, William K. 


Brown. Stephen A. 


Brock, Alben W. 


Brown. Stephen E 


Brock. Alice L. 


Brown. Stephen F. 478 


Brock, Alice R. 


Brown, Susan H 530 


Brock. Betty L, 478 


Brown, Sylvester R. Jr. 321.478 


Brock, Howard 


Brown, Taunya H. 


Brock. Larry 


Brown. Tim C. 261 . 357. 408 


Brock. Linda S. 


Brown, Tommy 225 


Brockman. Chip 141, 529 


Brown. Tony M 530 


Brockman, Earl M. 


Brown. William C. 


Brockman, Edwin J, Jr 


Brown, William D. 296, 408 


Broenng. Karen L 464 


Brown. William J. 


Broenng. Kurt H. 


Brown, William R 


Broenng. Lawrence 


Brownell. Patricia L. 


Broermann. Carta L. 529 


Browning, Catherine A. 


Brogli, Betty J 529 


Browning. Daniel L. 


Brohm. Edwin F 237 


Browning, Debra A. 


Brokaw, Paul F. 


Browning, Eldon 


Bromback. Lmda L. 


Browning. Pamela S 500 


Bromback. William G. 


Browning, Sarah E 478 


Bromley, Terry L 215 


Browning, William S 500 


Bronn, Donn 0. 


Broyles, Alice A 408 


Brooke, Ronald M. 269 


Bruce, Darlene A. 225. 383. 408 


Brooke, Sandra J. 


Bruce, Peggy L. 408 


Brooks. Alice M. 224, 382. 383. 


Bruce. Raymond III 


408 


Brumett, Beverly A 530 


Brooks. AvaS 478 


Brumley, Bruce E. 


Brooks. Betty S. 


Brummetl, Larry W. 


Brooks. Bobby 


Brundsge. Nancy M. 


Brooks, Bonnie L. 


Bruner, William L. Ml 


Brooks. Brenda S A 


Brunetti. Theodora M 500 


Brooks. Deborah L 


Brunker, Charles S. 238, 246. 408 


Brooks. Gary S 491. 500 


Brunker. Gary F. 


Brooks. Gilbert G. 530 


Brunker. Mary J 29.305 



Brunker, Nancy K 369. 530 

Brunsman, Gregory W 332 

Brussell. James L 295. 500 

Brussell. Kathy 295 

Bryan. Timothy J, 500 

Bryant. Benny L 

Bryant, Daniel E. 

Bryant, Elizabeth C 215. 301. 500 

Bryant. Elizabeth F 

Bryant. Elizabeth G 

Bryant, George C 246,408 

Bryant. Glenda R 408 

Bryant. James D 384, 408 

Bryant. Karan L. 355 

Bryant, Karen M. 408 

Bryant, Karla J. 

Bryant, Larry M. 

Bryant. Leslie B. 530 

Bryant. Lmda S 

Bryant, Paul E 

Bryant. Reda C 530 

Bryant. Richard S, 327 

Bryant. Robert L. 

Bryant, Ronald D 

Bryant, Shannon 500 

Bryant. Steve C 

Bryant, Ted H. 

Bryant. Thomas W 

Bryant. Yvonne J. 

Buchanan. Gary N 

Buchanan, John W. 

Buchanan. Joseph M 500 

Buchanan, Mary £ 500 

Buchanan, Pearl 368 

Buchanon. Vicki M. 530 

Buchholz. Ann 355 

Buchman. Robert G, 220, 408 

Buck, Barbara A 30. 273. 305, 339 

Buck, Carolyn S. 

Buck. Lydia F 355 

Buck. Rubye G. 

Buck, Sue 478 

Buckholz, Anne E.408 

Buckholz. Mary A. 

Buckingham, Richard S- 500 

Buckingham. Tommie G. 

Buckler. William F 

Buckler. William H. 

Buckley. Nicholas R. 478 

Buckman. Theresa K. 

Buckner. Oliver S. 354 

Buckner, Rita E. 

Budinger. Rae M. 478 

Budke. Barbara A. 216.408 

Budzonsky. Eugene F 

Buehner. James K. 331 , 501 

Buffin, Arthur L. 

Buffm, Edward J 

Buff.n. Michael W. 

Bugg, David B 167 

Bugg, Vick. G.501 

Buis. Michael A 319 

Buis, Peggy S 478 

Bulcher. Dorothy A. 388. 408 

Bulishak. Daniel J. 530 

Bullard. James T 

Bullock. Debra L. 501 

Bullock. Judith A. 380. 408 

Bumgarner. Kathryn A. 501 

Bunch. Charles E. 

Bunch. Debra C. 530 

Bunch, Gene A. 

Bunch. Herby P. 

Bunch. Ivan G. 

Bunch. Marilyn J. 

Bunch, Paula M. 479 

Bundette. Janet 388 

Bundrent, Rodney M. 98, 558 

Bundy. Eric R 479 

Bundy, Manann 305. 359. 376, 

479 
Bundy, Vicki S. 
Bungenstock. Betty S 295, 531 
Bunger. Michelle A 531 
Bunker. Debra L. 408 
Bunnell. David B. 
Burch, Alvm L, 237 
Burch. Nancy L. 308. 469 
Burch. Rose M. 531 
Burch. William E. 
Burchell. Patti J. M, 
Burchell, Robert W. II 
Burchett, Raleigh L. 
Burchette. Bobby W 
Burchfield. Barbara A 
Burchfield. David R. 216.408 
Burckle. William P. 408 
Burdette, Amos M 
Burdette, Anne K. 214, 408 
Burdette, Jane T. 501 
Burdette, Janice O 208. 214, 408 
Burdette, Mary J. 479 
Burdette. Mary S 531 
Burdme. David A, 323. 346 
Burger. Lmda 
Burgess, Mary G 
Burgin, Lawrence E. 
Burgm. Pamela G. 531 
Burkan. Cynthia A 
Burke, Aloma 
Burke. Jerry F 479 
Burke, Larry G. 
Burke, Larry M. 
Burke, Patricia Y. 
Burke, Polmer 
Burke, Sammy M 
Burke, Samuel W 
Burkett. Barry L 410 
Burkett. Michael D 
Burkhart. Patrick B 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 579 



Burkhart, Steven C. 

Burkhart, Suzanne R. 301,369. 410 

Burkhead, Ann L 301, 410 

Burkhead. Don R. 

Burkhead. Virginia C 

Burks. Bonnie J. 

Burks, Janet R. 479 

Burks, Michael A. 

Burks, Tern L. 531 

Burlage, Mary J. 531 

Burleson, Jacquelyn 308. 501 

Burned. Jason C 

Burnett, Eugene 

Burnett. Kath v D. 531 

Burnett. Mary C. 

Burnett, Richard B. 

Burns, Barbara J. 501 

Burns. Connie M 

Burns, Danny 

Burns, Doris M. 

Burns, Graham F. 

Burns. Jack W, 

Burns, James G. 

Burns, James R 479 

Burns, Peggy 

Burns, Richard A 

Burns. Sara A. 

Burns, Stephen D 

Burns, William E. 479 

Burns, William T. 

Burr, Molly M 

Burres, Lester C. 324 

Burris, Carta J 531 

Burns. David R. 

Burns. James S Jr. 501 

Burris, Nicholas W. 

Burris. Peter W. 

Burris. Robert C 479 

Burton, Barbara B. 531 

Burton. Billy H 

Burton, Billy J, 202, 241.242, 

246 
Burton. Boneta S. 
Burton, Brenda S. 408 
Burton, Carolyn S 
Burton. Donald W. 216.479 
Burton. Jerryl D. 
Burton, Join B 
Burton, Kerby W. 
Burton, O. V. 479 
Burton, Paula F 531 
Burton. Phyllis A. 479 
Burton, Portia M 479 
Burton, Sallyann 531 
Burton, Shernll L. 214. 294, 378, 

410 
Burton, Terry A. 
Buschemeyer, Elizabeth 410 
Bush. Audenna M 
Bush. Barbara J. 501 
Bush. Barry L. 288,410 
Bush, Becky A. 
Bush, Beverly D 
Bush, Dr. Herman S. 143, 187 
Bush, James F. 
Bush, Jennifer L 531 
Bush, Linda S 464 
Bush. Marshall L. 237 
Bussed , B. Bryan 
Bussed, James G. 358 
Bussey, Linda K. 
Bussey, Rodney C. 
Buster, Robert D 
Butcher, Jennie L. 
Butcher, Rosanne 
Butler. Doretia J. D 
Butler, Hank 
Butler, Kathleen J. 
Butler. Larry J. 
Butler, Paula M. 531 
Butler, Robert A 217, 368 
Butler. Wendell P. 118 
Buzek. Michael M 
Byard, Donald R. 531 
Byers, Scott D. 
Byford. James L. 
Byrd. Dennis W 
Byrd. Hugh M. 
Byrd. Mr Hugh 154, 222 
Byrd. Josephus 
Byrd. Joyce C. 
Byrd. Raymond E 389 
Byrd. Suzanne J. 
Byrdwell, Kenneth R. 216 
Byrnes. James M, 
Byrnes. Marguerite A. 
Byrum, Joyce L. 



Cable, Brenda 

Cable, Donald R 

Cabral, Joyce A. 

CACTUS 64 

Cahill. Jean S. 464 

Cahill. John T Jr 258,410 

Cain, Devon 361 

Cain. Gordon Jr. 

Cain, Jesse T. 

Cain. Linda K 

Cain, Lucille G, 

Cam, Michael 319,479 

Cain, Sharon 

Cairns, Robert H. 323, 479 

Caldwell. Alvin 

Caldwell. Barbara B 

Caldwell. Everett M. 269, 294. 501 

Caldwell. Gloria A. 531 

Caldwell, Jackie E. 501 

Caldwell. Mary S. 



Caldwell, Pamela L. 479 

Caldwell, Rubel 531 

Caldwell, Sammy G. 

Caldwell, William R. 377. 410 

Calhoon, Charles H, 

Calhoun, Rita F. 

Calico, Patricia E. 209, 214, 224, 

308,410 
Calico. Ruth A. 
Call, Barbara J. 
Call. Jane A 385, 531 
Call, Samuel M. 
Callas. Catherine G 558 
Callender, David K. 
Calloway, Charles E. 
Calloway. Whitcomb K. 
Calmes, Judith A. 531 
Cambron. Denis E, 465 
Camemsch, Bernard C. 
Camenisch. Mildred P. 
Camemsch, Steven C. 
Cameron, Charlotte M. 
Cameron. Richard K 323,410 
Camm, Charles K. 410 
Camp. Wynella Y. 
Campbell, Betsy K. 
Campbell, Brenda B. 
Campbell. Brenda M. 479 
Campbell. Christopher 332 
Campbell, Clifford E 
Campbell. David B. 531 
Campbell, David W. 
Campbell, Deborah A 501 
Campbell, Dennis W. 479 
Campbell, Diane 411 
Campbell. Eugenia H. 
Campbell, Fred K. 
Campbell. Freda L. 479 
Campbell, Gary D. 531 
Campbell. Gary L. 
Campbell. Gary W. 
Campbell, George B.411 
Campbell, Gregory A. 
Campbell, Harold G 
Campbell, James C 
Campbell, James L. 
Campbell, James P. 
Campbell. Jerry M. 354. 411 
Campbell. Jerry W 
Campbell, Jesse A. 
Campbell. John C. 
Campbell. John J, 
Campbell. Joyce C. 
Campbell, Larry J 41 1 
Campbell, Leslie J. 501 
Campbell. Linda K. 411 
Campbell, Phyllis A. 
Campbell, Ralph 
Campbell. Rocky L 501 
Campbell. Ronnie 
Campbell, Sally A. 
Campbell. Stephen G. 
Campbell, Susan E. 501 
Campbell. Tommy D. 327 
Campbell, Vanessa G 299 
Campbell. Wesley R 
Canada. Barbara L. 
Candler, Catherine M. 41 1 
Cann. Steven G. 
Cannon, Helen P 531 
Cannon, Robert D. 
Cantrall. Roy S. 
Cantrell, Carlton L. 
Cantrell. Robert J. 
Cantnll. Debra K 363. 411 
Capps, Richard M 
Carbone, Carol A 
Cardwell, Janice L. 501 
Carey, Brenda A. 
Carey. Jimmie L 501 
Carey, Margaret M 
Carey. Ruth A. 
Carl, Parker L. 
Carleton, Cathy C. 501 
Carlton, Dieter R 223, 288, 362, 

374, 479 
Carlton, Emajo C 
Carman. Cathryn A 531 
Carman, Eunice E 
Carman, Terry W. 
Carmickle. Ann B.469 
Carmicle, Diane C. 479 
Carmody, Michael W. 
Camahan, James G. 502 
Carnahan. Sharon M. 157, 469 
Carneal, Foster B. 
Carneal, Samuel D. 
Cames. Barbara B 
Carnes, Barry L. 288, 502 
Carnes, Frank F. 531 
Carnes. Lana W 
Carney. Monty D. 294 
Carney, Robert M. 
Carney, Vickey L 301 
Carnvale. Edward M 237, 323 
Carpenter, Gregory L 
Carpenter, James M. 
Carpenter, Janice 41 1 
Carpenter, Jasper 41 1 
Carpenter. Linda L 
CARPENTERS 66,67 
Carr. Deborah L. 479 
Carr. Gloria T. 
Carr, M.cheal W. 
Carr, Patricia A. 202, 214, 218, 

219.411 
Carr. Raymond L 328 
Carr, Susan J 479 
Carrender, Barry D. 
Carnco. Barbara N 



Carrico, Francis J. 223, 41 1 

Carrier, Oliver W. 

Carngan, Gary L. 

Carnthers, Mary A. 531 

Carroll. Bonnie J. 

Carroll, Herbert K, 

Carroll, Joyce A. 

Carroll, Keith F 324, 342,479 

Carroll, Sally L. 

Carroll, Susan L. 

Carruba, Ruth E 479 

Carson, Jeffrey A. 381. 502 

Carson, Kelly R. 

Carter, Charles M 502 

Carter, Cheryl L 502 

Carter, Clyde E. 

Carter, David K. 

Carter, Jack H. 

Carter, John D. 

Carter. Karen L 531 

Carter, Michael G. 

Carter, Nathanael E 216. 479 

Carter, Ralph D. 

Carter, Robert E 

Carter, Ronald D. 

Carter. Theresa A. 

Carter, Veronica L. 348 

Cartwnght, Barbara J 355, 41 1 

Cartwnght, Rebecca L. 41 1 

Carver. Bobby E. 531 

Carver, Ottis W. Jr 411 

Case. Phyllis G. 384,502 

Case. Rhonda D. L 

Case. Richard A 479 

Casey, Billie D. 

Casey, Cynthia A M 

Casey, Judy C 308,479 

Casey, Michael A. 

Casey, Verna R. 

Cash, Claudinma B 411 

Cash, Donald L. 

Cash. Doris P 

Cash. Jeannie I. 

Cash. Ronnie D. 

Cason. Jean A. 479 

Cassiday. Rhonda L 502 

Cassidy, Lloyd G 

Cassill, Arthur D. 212. 331. 402, 

411 
Cassity, Carol E 
Cassity, Linda J. 
Castle, Cheryl L. 355. 411 
Castle. James L. 
Castle, Johnny M. 479 
Castle. Roger D. 502 
Castner, Sandy J 
Caswell, Janet E 221. 411 
Cates. Arnold R. 480 
Cathers, Henry E. 
Catlett, Elizabeth J 383. 502 
Catlett, Larry D 
Catlett, Roserta 
Catlett. Sarah K, 
Caton, LindaS 220,480 
Catron, Donald J. 
Catron, Verena E 385 
Caudill. Aaron M. 
Caudill. Annella J, 
Caudill. Bobbie J. 502 
Caudill, Carl R. 
Caudill, Dannie 
Caudill. Jayne K. 531 
Caudill. Jimmy A. 
Caudill, Johnny M 
Caudill, Judith A. 480 
Caudill. Kenneth B 
Caudill, Marcia C 411 
Caudill. Michael A. 
Caudill, Paul D. 
Caudill. Randall E. 
Caudill. Rhonda C. 502 
Caudill. Sandra 
Caudill, Teresa D 
Cauley. James E. 
Causey. Darrell 
Causey. Donald W. 502 
Cavalier, Jo A 214. 355. 411 
Cave. Arlie G 413 
Cave, Elizabeth A. 
Cawood. Constance V. 
Cayton. John W. 
Cayton, Larry T 361 
Cayton, Trudy C. M 
Cecil, Charles H. 
Cecil, Charles M. 374.413 
Cecil, David J. 295 
Cecil, Florence A. 
Cecil, John R. 413 
Cecil, Kathy J 
Cecil. Ralph E 531 
Center. John T. 
Centers. Srenda L. 413 
Centers, Linda L 531 
Chadwell, Beverly A. 
Chadwell, David G. 
Chadwell. Johnny E. 502 
Chadwell, Michael D. 
Chaffin. David W. 
Chaffm. David W. 
Chaffin. Lillie D. 
Chaffin, Tommy R 
Chaffms. Adrain A. 
Chakiris. Stephanie A. 
Chamberlain. Linda C. 
Chamberlain. Thomas G. 288 
Chambers, Anne L B, 
Chambers, Patricia 
Chambers. Penny P. 
Chambers, Ralph D. 
Chambers, Toni J. 303 



Chambers, Wallace 231. 233, 236, 237 

Chambers, William K. 

Chandler, Alan B 

Chandler. Carolyn L. 531 

Chandler, Dusty L. 271, 502 

Chandler, Lydia P. H.413 

Chandler, Roger W. 

Chansy, Angela R. 531 

Chaney, Clarence M. 

Chaney, Dennis W 502 

Chaney, Helen O 

Chaney, Jerry 

Chaney, Larry 

Chaney, Larry D 

Chaney, Phyllis G 

Chaney, Ralph P 

Chaney, Wendell T. 332.413 

Chanley, Gary C. 

Chaplin, Carl D, 413 

Chapman, Allan R. 

Chapman, Ann F. 

Chapman, David W. Jr. 

Chapman. Gary A. 

Chapman. Linda L. 

Chapman. Michael T 

Chapman, Stanley W. 

Chappel, Spencer C. Jr. 

Chapped. Paul W. 

Charles, Glenna S. 

Charleston. Charles K. 266, 267, 327 

Chase, David W. 

Chase, Dian 

Chase, Jerald L. 

Chase. Katherine A, 

Chase, Nina 374,469 

Chase, Sharon A. C, 

Chasteen. Donna K. 

Chasteen, Steven A 

Chatoney, Karen D. 531 

Cheatham, Pamela W. 

Cheek, James A. 502 

Cheek. Julian D. 

CHEERLEADING CORPS 358 

CHEMISTRY CLUB 379 

Chenault, Artours D. 531 

Chenault, Emma F. 

Chenault, Raymond G. 

Chenault, Thomas D. 

Chenault. William F. 

Chesher, Sue C, B. 

Chesley, Robert A 296. 531 

Chestnut. Deborah E. 

Chia, Robin T 464 

Chiaramonte, Jeanne K. 530, 531 

Chiaravanond. Phatane 531 

CHICAGO 64 

Chidester, Bertha M. 219. 531 

Chilcote, Deborah R. 

Chilcote, Judith L. 369 

Childers, Charles L. 

Childers, Harold D 

Childers, Lloyd H. 

Childers, Mary L 355,413 

Childers, Michael E. 

Childers. Susan M. 531 

Childers. William H. 

Childress. Janet S. 380, 480 

Chilton, William M. 

CHI OMEGA 304 

Ch.sm, Virginia D. 

Chom, Sang K. 

Choo.Soo K, 464 

Chou, Wen Li 

Chnsman, Evelyn L. 413 

Christian, Gerald R 

Christian, James D. 

Christian, Rebecca A 502 

Christian, Richard L 

Chnstman, Karen L 

Christopher. Patnci 

Chumley, Donald R 

Chung, In Sung 480 

Churchill, Anne C. 502 

Clancy, Ramona L. 

Clancy, Rebecca F. 480 

Clapp, Sandra K. 480 

Clardy, Donald B 

Clare, Bonita S. 502 

Clare, Dianne L. 363 

Clare, Mary E. 

Clark. Ann Q 

Clark, Brenda G. 96. 305, 480 

Clark. Carolyn J. 480 

Clark, Cheryl L. 531 

Clark, Cheryl L. 558 

Clark. Connie J. 

Clark, Dreama L. 480 

Clark, Elijah 531 

Clark, Harold R.464 

Clark. James C. 480 

Clark. James M. 

Clark. James R. 

Clark, John R. Jr. 

Clark. JohnnieS. 

Clark. Karen S. 

Clark, Kenneth I. 

Clark, Kenneth L. 502 

Clark, Larry T 531 

Clark, Michael W. 413 

Clark. Murray B. Jr. 413 

Clark. Nathaniel 

Clark. Ralph L. 

Clark. Robert E. 

Clark. Ronald B. 319, 502 

Clark. Sarah E. 

Clark, Sherman E. 

Clark, Stephen L. 

Clark, Susan E. 299, 376. 480 

Clark, Terry L. 

Clark, Vada 



Clark, Vernon 

Clarke. Marcia B. 502 

Clarke, Rosemary 502 

Claxon, Lanny S. 

Clay, Gany S. 

Clay, Kandy 376,395 

Clay. Minnie L. 413 

Clay, Patsy W. B. 

Clay, Valeria S. C. 

Clayton, David N. 502 

Clayton, John R. 

Clayton. Michael A. 378. 413 

Clayton. Noel D. 

Cleaver, James T 531 

Cleaver, Patricia A. 305, 503 

Clem, Lana H 

Clem, Laura K. 221, 531 

Clement, Micheal T. 

Clements. James S. 

Clements. John R. 

Clements, Stephen F. 

Clemmons, Norma J 294, 480 

demons, Linda P. H 

Clendenen. Patricia A 470 

Clenney, Scotty L 

Clenney, Tyrone A 

Clensy, Vicki L. 503 

Cleveland. Drucilla W. 503 

Cleveland. James R. 

Cleveland, John K. 

Cleveland. Larry W 215, 328, 353. 
476.480 

Clevenger. Roger L. 503 

Clevmger, Delores J. 389, 413 

Clevinger, Jack H. 

Clevmger, Ruby G 503 

Click, Danny W. 

Click, Robert O. 327 

Clifford, Harry J. 531 

Clifford, Lowell J. 

Clifford. Nyla F, 531 

Clifford, Pamela J. 531 

Clifford. Sheryl L. 

Clifton, Jack A. 

Clifton, Shel.a K. 531 

Clifton, Teresa A, 470 

Cline, Deborah L 

Clme, Randolph M 

Clouse. Neat I. 

Clouse. William G. Jr. 

Cloyd, Pamela K. 532 

Clutts, Janet K. 558 

Coakley, Robert L 

Coalt, Daniel J. 413 

Coaplen, Sally L 532 

Coar. Allen W. 

Coar. Constance 

Coates, Randy L 

Coates, Terese M. 

Coatney. Jackie M. 

Cobb, Joyce M. 

Cobb. Kathy A. 

Cobb. Nancella 

Cobb. Sarah M 214, 413 

Cobb. Shirley A. 558 

Cobb, Wanda G. 

Coblentz, Robert E 

Coblin, William G. Jr. 558 

Cocanougher, Brenda G 293 

Cocanougher. Debra A. 

Cocanougher, Elizabeth 299, 376 

Cocanougher, Paul D. 
Cochram, Travis 492 
Cochran, Diane D. 532 
Cochran, Don D 
Cochran. Sharon D 
Cochran, Travis L. 
Cockerham, Samuel T. 
Cody, Michael G. 
Cody.Sue C 
Cody, Theresa 532 
Coen, Timothy M. 332, 480 
Coffey. Charles F. 464 
Coffey, Dorothy G. 
Coffey. George W 
Coffey, Thomas H Jr. 413 
Cohen, Marilyn F. 532 
Colao, Ann W. 
Colbenson, Dora R 
Coldiron, Geneva C. 
Coldiron. Ralph A 237 
Cole, Betty L. 
Cole, Carol R. 532 
Cole. Charles W. 
Cole, David H. 

Cole, Evelyn B. 306, 353, 413 
Cole, Gilham L. 413 
Cole, Rebecca W. 
Cole, Thomas C. 
Colegrove, Michael B 220 
Colehour. Charles H. 503 
Coleman. Carolyn M 
Coleman, Charles E 293 
Coleman, David B. 
Coleman, Deborah K 532 
Coleman, Dianna L. 219. 31 1 
Coleman, Gary K. 
Coleman. Gary R. 
Coleman, Jack L. 247 
Coleman, Keith 
Coleman. Maxine H. 413 
Coleman, Sandra L. 532 
Coleman, Sharetta L. 
Coleman, Stephen W 413 
Coleman, Waiter 
Colgan, Teresa L. 503 
Colglazier, Jack K. 480 
COLLEGIATE PENTACLE 214 
Collen, Darlene G.480 
Collett, Gerald W. 



580 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 




Fall registration brings old and new friends together as they wait for the coliseum doors to open. 



Collett. Hubert R. 532 

Colleti, Joyce L. 480 

Collett. Thomas 

Collette. Jimmie E 

Collier, Charlene S. 288. 480 

Collier, Charles D. 

Collier, Gregory C 

Collier, Patricia A. 480 

Collier. Rhonda L. 359, 532 

Collins. Alfred M. 

Collins, Cathy o 532 

Collins, Charles F 

Collins, Deters* 

Collins. Denver 

Collins. Donn.e 

Collins. Elizabeth 

Collins. Ella K. 

Collins, Fred 

Collins, John D. 

Collins, Johny M 532 

Collins, Kathleen A 

Collins, Kenneth A. 503 

Collins. Larry D. 

Collins. LisaP 219.392.532 

Collins. Rebecca L 

Collins. Robert E. 317 

Collins, Stephen A 

Collins, Violet E 480, 605 

Collins, William M.413 

Colliver. Linda M. 

Colson, Peggy 355 

Colston. Donna K 480 

Colville, David E. 

Colvm, Barbara J. 532 

Colvm, Patricia 0-464 

Colv.n, Ted L. 384,413 

Col well, Lena J. 

Colwell, Strant T 

Combest. James E . 

Combs. Angela L. 

Combs, Byron F 

Combs. Ceilia J 480 

Combs, Charles C. 532 

Combs, Charles E. 

Combs, Charles M. 

Combs, Connie F. 

Combs. David I 324 

Combs, David W 378 

Combs. Diana L 503 

Combs. Donald G. 250 

Combs. Earle 1 28. 569 

Combs, Elec D. 

Combs. Gary G 315 

Combs, Gregory S 265. 362. 480 

Combs, Hershel D. 

Combs, laniha S 413 

Combs, Janet L 36 

Combs. Jerald F . 288. 381 . 41 3 

Combs, John L. 255 

Combs, Joyce 6. 413 

Combs, Judith L. 503 

Combs. Lexene T.413 

Combs, Martha L 

Combs, Nena B 

Combs. Patricia KG 

Combs. Patrick D 265. 324. 414 



Combs, Paul E. 

Combs, Ramona J 

Combs. Randall G. 

Combs. Rita J. 532 

Combs. Ruphenia S 

Combs, Ruth 

Combs, Sandra M. 

Combs. Stephen 532 

Combs, Thomas D. Jr. 354, 50: 

Combs. Thomas E. 

Combs, Willie D. 

Comer, Charles W. 

Comer, Ronald G. 

Commons, Sandra J. 

Compton. John f. 

Compton, Laura J. 414 

Compton, Mary H. J. 

Compton. Nancy V. 

Conkin, Linda D 

Conley, Alben B. 

Conley. Bonnie L 

Conley. Charles L. 

Conley. Fawn M. 219. 392 

Conley, Rex W. 481 

Conlin, Martin T. 

Connelly. Helen B. 

Connelly. Thomas F Jr 

Conner. Anna L 335, 503 

Conner, Charlotte M 558 

Conner, Larry C. 335. 413 

Conner. Lindsey S. Jr 

Conner, Steven J. 

Connett. Leslie J. 503 

Connors, Colleen M. 532 

Conover. Debra L. 

Conrad, David A 328. 503 

Conrad, James T 

Conrad, Sharon R. 

Conrad, Teresa L 

Conrad. Terry A 182,361 

Conrad, Vera D. 

Conroy, Catharine J. 

Conroy. Debra J 

Conte, Anita M 

Come. John A. 

Contnli, Debby 355 

Conway. Dwight A 481 

Conway. Jack L 

Conway, James S 

Conway, Joyce A 532 

Conway, Michael J 315. 503 

Conway. Peter J. 

Conway, William M 

Conyefs, Frank T 

Conyers. James 

Conyers, Larry B. 328 

Cook. Charles P 481 

Cook, Charles R Jr 

Cook. Cheryl W. 380 

Cook. Donald R 

Cook, Donna M 

Cook. Edward W 

Cook, Frederick J 

Cook, Gary L 

Cook, Jack L 

Cook, Jerry W. 



Cook. John S. 

Cook. Larry W. 

Cook, Martha J 532 

Cook, Melissa J 

Cook, Nancy E. 532 

Cook. Natalie 348 

Cook, Patricia A. 532 

Cook. Rebecca H. 

Cook, Richard R 

Cook, Richard W. 237 

Cook. Ronald W. 

Cook, Ronnie W. 

Cooksey, Curtis R. 

Cooksey. Joe B. 

Coomer, Larry K. 

Coomes, Thomas R. 532 

Coontz, Douglas H Jr 328. 481 

Cooper, Arlene B. 

Cooper. David D 481 

Cooper. Donald A., Dr. 163 

Cooper, Joan L. 532 

Cooper. John H Jr. 532 

Cooper. Joyce L 532 

Cooper, Karen L. 

Cooper, Kathaleen 

Cooper. Kerry A. 414 

Cooper, Linda D. 532 

Cooper. Linda K 481 

Cooper. Michael L. 503 

Cooper. Randall K 

Cooper, Ronald D. 

Cooper, Sue A 503 

Cooper. Susan A 532 

Cooper, Wayne H. 

Cooper, Yvonne T 532 

Cope. Deland D. 

Copley, Clyde 

Copley, Gary B 332. 503 

Copper, Lynn D 215 

Coppersmith, Donald J. 296. 481 

Coppock, Sharon L. 273, 532 

Corbett. James R. 

Corded, Jo F. 

Corded, Otis W. 

Corded, Roth D. 

Cordier, JohnT. 

Cordle. Deborah L.532 

Corey, Glenda F. 

Corey. Judy L.414 

Cords. John H 

Cormney. Cheryl C 

Cormney, Larry C. 

Cornelison. Patricia 

Cornelison. Robert W. 

Cornelison, Willie M, 

Cornelius, Charles K 

Cornelius. Melva A. 414 

Cornett, Arizona 481 

Cornell. Carolyn B 

Cornett, Charles W 

Cornell, Colin K. 

Cornett, Deborah A. 

Cornett. Dennis L. 293 

Cornett. Diana C 414 

Cornett, Douglas K 

Cornett. Dwight A 



Cornett. Ford B. 

Cornett, Georgia N 

Cornett. Hiram J 

Cornett, Howard D 

Cornett, Joann J. 

Cornett, John M. 

Cornett, Johnny D 

Cornett, Kenneth 

Cornett, Oliver L. 

Cornett, Roy M. 

Cornett. Russell G. 481 

Cornett, Sandra S 414 

Cornett. Stanley N. 

Cornett. Stephen D. 

Cornette, Benjamin W. 503 

Cornette. Brenda C. 414 

Cornette, F. L. 315 

Cornwell. Patricia M. 414 

Coronado. Regma B. 

Coingan. Nancy L. 

Cortese, Frank A 

Corum. V.cki L 532 

Corwin, Karen J. 

Cosby, Betty S 220 

Cosby. Judith R 414 

Cosby, Marsha K. 503 

Cosby, Mary K. 381. 503 

Cosby. Pamela D. 288 

Cosby, Sarah M. 

Cosby. Steven L 532 

Cosby. Wayne 

Costas. George J 313 

Costme. Jane A. 503 

Cothron, David R 

Cothron. Vicky L. 

Cotien, Margaret B 

Cotton. Deborah R 532 

Cotton. Gina L. 

Cotton. Kathy T 532 

Cottongim. Sandra J. 503 

Couch, George G 

Couch, Millard 

Couch Sonia L. 503 

Coulter, Connie 

Coulter, Danny C 361 

Coulter, Ronnie R 

Courtney. Kerry L.481 

Courts. Glenn L 

Covelle, Kathleen A 218,317.359, 

395 
Covington, Billy J. 323 
Covington, Delia M 80, 84, 86, 414. 

605 
Covington. Gayle D. 532 
Cowan. James M 294. 503 
Cowan, Kerry M 
Cowden. Paul J. 
Cowley, Stephen A. 
Cowman. Mark F 498, 332. 374, 384, 

503 
Cox, Alma J 
Cox, Anne K. 
Cox. Betty C. 464 
Cox, Bruce 
Cox. Bruce C. 
Cox. Bruce G. 



Cox. Cathy 299 

Cox, Cheryl L 481 

Cox, Colin K. 

Cox, Connie K. 

Cox, Deborah J 

Cox, Delphia M. 

Cox, Gary L. 

Cox, Jacquelm B. 

Cox, James M. 

Cox, Janet E. 

Cox, Juanita F. 

Cox, Judy A. M 

Cox, Kathenne H. 

Cox. Kathryn S. 

Cox, Kenneth E. Jr. 

Cox, Larry E. 

Cox. Margaret L 301 

Cox, Mary M 

Cox, Nettie S. 

Cox, Patricia A. 

Cox, Patsy A, 503 

Cox, Peggy 189 

Cox, Phyllis M. 369 

Cox, Robert M. 

Cox, Robert M. 

Cox, Sally K.301 

Cox, Stephen E. 558 

Cox, Steve L. 

Cox, Tony 

Cox. Tyler D. 291. 328, 481 

Coxhead. John H. 

Coy, Peggy M 

Coyer. John R 

Coyle, James A. 

Coyle, John M. 31 7, 340, 353, 

413 
Coyle. Sharon E 
Coyle. Wade H 470 
Cov'e. William M 
Crabtree, Karl W. 214. 324. 503 
Crabtree, Larry R 
Crabtree, Naomi J. 
Crabtree, Ralph M 
Crace, Mabel C 
Cracraft, Frank S. 
Craddock, Shern A 
Craft. Betty A. 
Craft, Brenda C 387, 414 
Craft. Brenda K. 308 
Craft, Or. Clyde 153.225 
Craft. James O 
Craft, Larry G. 
Craft, Norma S 414 
Craft, Rex R 
Craft, Sandra 481 
Craft. Sue 359 
Craft, Teresa A 
Craft, Walter M. Jr. 
Cratton, James W. 532 
Craig, Brenda S. 532 
Craig. Franklin B. 
Craig. James E. 324. 558 
Craig. Jess G. 
Craig, Jon M.414 
Craig, Marty A 414 
Craig. Sandra Maiachowski 414 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 581 





Hesitant freshmen tip their beanies shyly to upperclassmen. while others tip their beanies with pride. 



Craiger, Sherry L. 532 
Cram. Charlotte F. 414 
Cram, Donna H. 503 
Cramer, Walter C. 
Cramond, Wendy G 503 
Crane. Mary C. 532 
Crass, Valerie E. 305 
Craven, David P. 414 
Crawford, Alice E 
Crawford, Connie F 
Crawford, Donald R. 252 
Crawford, Ethel 
Crawford, Georgia A 503 
Crawford. Lawrence 
Crawford, Martha T. 481 
Crawford, Nancy S 481 
Crawford, Rhonda E. 
Crawford, Shelby G 
Crawford, Shirley L. 481 
Crawford, Vickie A. 532 
Crawley, Janie C. 481 
Crawley, Sarah J. 
Craycraft. Kenneth L 
Creamer, Mr. Glynn 221 
Creager, James T. 
Creech, Catherine L. 
Creech, Kenneth W 
Creech, Lee Jr. 
Creech, Mary L. W. 
Creech, Michael B. 503 
Creed, Deborah E 414 
Creed. Jeffrey K. 332 
Creek, Robert O. Dr. 378 
Creger, Kathleen L 221, 414 
Crenshaw, Stephen W 503 
Creusere, Frederick M 464 
Creutzmger, Michael 
Creutzinger, Nikki L. 
Crew, John M. 

Crews. Sharon A. 289, 363, 368 
Cnbbs. Cynthia K. 
Crickmer, Walter B, 
Cnder, Kenneth D 
Crider, Paul D. 
Crigler, Harry S. 503 
Cngler, Shirley L 414 
Crisp. Bonnie J. 
Crisp, Catherine B. 
Crisp. Donna J. 359 
Crisp, Norman H. 
Crispin, Thomas L. 
Critchfield, Michael 
Crockett. Joel A. 
Crockett, Michael R. 
Croley, Anna R 532 
Croley, Jenny L 



Croley. Sandra K. 481 

Cromer, Terry E 

Crone, Kathleen A. 532 

Cropper. Paula J 481 

Cross. Christopher G. 

CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD 249 

Cross, James H. 414 

Cross. Jeffrey M 

Cross, Joel M. 

Cross. Patrick T. 532 

Cross, Sheridan L 

Crossfield, Daryl E. 354, 503 

Crossfield. Donna F 219, 414 

Crossfield. Joyce A 464 

Crossley, Robert F 

Crothers, Carl M. 503 

Crothers, David L. 558 

Crothers, Lynne L. 

Crothers. Wilham T. 

Crotty, James M. 

Crouch, Danny 

Crouch, Earl T. 

Crouch, June C. 

Crouch, Mell W. Jr. 

Crouch, Vickie E. 532 

Croucher, Margaret M. 414 

Croudep. James T 236, 237 

Croudep, Michael A 

Crow, Billte K. 

Crowe, Charles D. 

Crowe, Chris M 

Crowe. David L. 

Crowe, Douglas L 414 

Crowe, Jimmy T. 

Crowley, Nancy S 

Croxton, Kathy R. 503 

Cruey. Michael G. 503 

Crum, Woodrow 

Crumbaker, Rebecca L. 

Crumbie, James L. 532 

Crump, Bruce, 503 

Cruse, Betty J. 374 

Cruse, Carolyn G 414 

Cruse, Clarence R. 481 

Cruse, Claudia C 96, 97, 299. 

358 
Cruse, Jackie R.415 
Cruse, Jeffrey G. 503 
Cruse, Lowell T. 
Cruse, Robert A. 
Cruse, Vickie R. 
Crusott, Marion L 
Crutcher, Danny 
Cubert, Deborah J 
Culbertson, Bill Y. 
Culbertson, Fred C. 532 



Cullen, Michael R. 
Culross, Terrell 
Culton, Will.amS. 533 
Culver, Deana J 481 
Cumber, Toy A S 
Cummins, Cletis M. 
Cummins. Danny E. 
Cummins, Earl C. 
Cummins, Garlan M, 
Cummins, Janet K. 470 
Cummins, Jerry W. 
Cummins, Kathy C. 
Cummins. Mary S 481 



ims 



Phili 



Cummins. Ruby J. 503 

Cummins. Ruth A 

Cummins, Terry H. 415 

Cundiff, Connie R.415 

Cundiff, Jerry A. 

Cundiff, Kerry D 

Cundiff, Pauline P 

Cunningham, Clinton E 

Cunningham. David M. 288, 331 

Cunningham, John F. 

Cunningham, Judy A. 359, 503 

Cunningham, Madge W. 503 

Cunningham, Martin J. 

Cunningham. Virenda J. 533 

Cupp, Berry M. 

Cupp. Deborah T 353, 481 

Cupp, Jimmy R. 504 

Curd, Toy A. 533 

Curran. Alan K. 

Curran, Dennis C. 503 

Curran. Robert D 

Current, Karen A 21 5, 383, 503 

Curry, Carolyn G. 

Curry, Deborah L. 301, 481 

Curry, Glen M 

Curry, Larry L. 

Curry, Randall G. 

Curry, Robert G. 503 

Curtis, Alice A 470 

Curtis, Carolyn D.503 

C-jrtis, James F 

Curtis, Marvella A. 

Curtis. Taffie J. 503 

Curtsinger, Ann G.481 

Custis. Daniel B. 384 

Custis, David R. 374 

Cutlip.Greg F. 319 

Cuzick Philip B. 

CWENS 215 

Czor, Douglas W 362. 481 

-D- 
Dado. Larry J 327 



Dafler, Margaret A 369, 504 


Davidson, Lynn S. 


Dahn, Daniel R. 


Davidson. Marbeth A 481 


Dakel, Mary C. 305,324,415 


Davidson. Paul D. 


Daley. Carmen K. 


Davidson, Richard O. 


Dalton, Cecelia J 415 


Davidson, Roberta W. 


Dalton, Glen E 


Davidson. Sarah F, 


Dalton, Randall L. 


Davidson. Taylor L. Jr. 


Dalton, Roy L. 


Davis, Allen W. Ill 315 


Dalton, Sharon G 


Davis 


Brenda L. 533 


Damrel. Sheila K. 


Davis 


Charlotte A 504 


Damrell, Larry J. 


Davis 


Charlotte M. 


Damron. Ann L. G. 


Davis 


Christian L. 


Damron, James R. 


Davis 


Cynthia K. 


DANCE THEATRE 365 


Davis 


Dale M. 


Daniel. Barry M. 


Davis 


David L. 


Daniel. Eugene 294. 504 


Davis 


Dennis R. 533 


Daniel, Jennifer A 215.504 


Davis 


Diane L. 415 


Daniel, Linda J. 


Davis 


Dixie 


Daniel. Nancy S. 189 


Davis 


Doug 384 


Daniel. Robert 415 


Davis 


Freddy W. 481 


Daniel, Ronald T 


Davis 


Frederick Jr. 


Daniels. Mark W. 


Davis 


Harley C 


Daniels. Richard W. 504 


Davis 


Major Harley 223 


Danielson, Thomas H 415 


Davis 


Herbert C. 


Danko, Donald D. 


Davis 


Homer 225 


Dano, Kathleen L. 504 


Davis 


Hugh C. 


Darenkamp, Diane C. 215, 369, 504 


Davis 


James J. 417 


Dargavell, Deanne F. 


Davis 


Janice L. C. 


Dargavell. Robert A. 


Davis 


Jeanette E. 


Darland. Norman D. 


Davis 


John W. 


Darlington, Robert T. 


Davis 


Johnny W. 


Darnell. Barbara L. 533 


Davis 


Kathleen E 481 


Darnell. Judith A 481 


Davis 


Kathryn E. 


Darr, Richard A. 


Davis 


Kenneth R. 


Darrell, Dons R. 533 


Davis 


Kirk W. 249. 258 


Darrow, Robert 


Davis 


La Java N. 157. 470 


Darst. David O. 265, 504 


Davis 


Larry D. 


Daugherty. Barbara K. 215. 288, 305, 


Davis 


Larry R. 


344, 504 


Davis 


LeaM.218,219,504 


Daugherty, Donna A. 369 


Davis 


Leslie A. 305, 504 


Daugherty. Donna K. 504 


Davis 


Lisa J. 533 


Daugherty. Hayward M. 506, 136 


Davis 


LouW. 


Daugherty. Larry E. 


Davis 


Louise 1 481 


Daugherty, Robert E. 


Davis 


Margaret A. 


Daugherty, Terri S. 


Davis 


Margaret D. 


Daugherty. Thornton E. 


Davis 


Mary A. A. 212. 417 


Daugherty. Vicki L R 


Davis 


Mary L. 


Daulton, Delilah M 


Davis 


Michael G. 533 


Daulton, Ronald C. 


Davis 


Mittie R. 222. 389.417 


Dause, James M. 


Davis 


NmaG. 504 


Davenport, John D. 250, 252, 357 


Davis 


Ray D. 504 


Davenport, Robert E. 385, 504 


Davis 


Rebecca A. 


Davenport, Ronnie M. 


Davis 


Rebecca N 


Davidson, Connie L W. 


Davis 


Robert E. 


Davidson, Harlan Jr. 239 


Davis 


Roger K. 


Davidson, John E. 


Davis 


Ronald 296 



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Many freshmen (top left) don't know that it's an old Eastern tra- 
dition to tip ones beanie, but others (top right) feel it's a fun event. 



Davis, Ronnie D. 

Davis. Roy E 481 

Davis, Sandra 

Davis. Sandra K 464 

Davis, Sherry L. 533 

Davis. SylviaS. 

Davis. William D 

Davis. William E. 

Davy, Jenny L W. 481 

Daw, Mary C. 

Dawkins. James W 

Dawkms. Peter R, 225 

Dawson, Barron G 

Dawson. Charles J. 258. 504 

Dawson, Charlotte 

Dawson. Dan P 

Dawson, Gilbert C. 

Dawson. Gwendolyn 481 

Dawson, Jerry T 

Dawson, John A 

Day. Beatrice R 417 

Day. Brenda J. 

Day. Deborah K. 

Day. Georgia 504 

Day, Keith 417 

Day. Richard D. 

Day, Ronald R 504 

Day. Russ J. 

De Bell. Evelyn R 355.417 

De Bord, Randy L 

De Candia, Anthony W 533 

De Chirico, Joseph W. 

De Cors. Howard L. 

De Hoop. Cornells F. 504 

De Hoop. Dr. Wteste 183 

De Hore. William 225 

De Jaco, Mary J. 504 

De Laney. Victor G. 

De Long, Thelma J. 

De Marco, Donald P 

De Ronde. Chenlynn S. 205. 214. 301 

De Rosset. Edward D 

De Sloover, Raymond F . 

De Spain. Steven F. 

De Toma, Mark A. 324 

Dean, Amos R. 

Dean, Beverly W. 

Dean, Elinor J 558 

Dean, James A 417 

Dean. Melvin W 

Dean. Nathan E 

Dean, Ritchie W 

Dean, Susan L, 

Deane, Shirley P. 181 

Deatherage, Belinda R 464 

Deatherage, William E 417 



Deaton, Connie S 

Deaton. Gilbert 

Deaton, Judith G. 

Deaton. Michael L. 504 

Deainck, William J. 

Deats. Linda G. 504 

DeCandia. Tony 295 

Decker, Daniel M. 

Decker, Laymon D 

Decker, Sue E 533 

Deeb, Jan L. 417 

Deeb. Michael K. 323,417 

Deely, Donna J. 

Deely. Philip L. 

Deering, Kenneth S 

Dees. Kenny L. 

Deglow. Richard L.481 

Delaney. Angela C. 504 

Delaney, Michael H 

Delduca, Deborah A 96, 481 , 533 

Delduca, Demse M. 

Dell. Carolyn L 481 

Delph, Joseph B 

Delph. Larry A. 

DELTA SIGMA THETA 307 

DELTA UPSILON 316 

Demicheal. Douglas P. 

Demko, Patricia L 215, 311 . 504 

DEMOCRATS, THE YOUNG 356 

Demrow, Amil D. 313 

Denham, Harriet R 

Den.ng, David F. 

Demson. Robert L. Jr. 504 

Denney, Jo A 504 

Denney, Kathy S 

Denney, Leon 

Denney. Roscoe 315.481 

Dennis, Danny C. 

Dennis, David O 374, 504 

Dennis, Fletcher B.417 

Dennis, James L 323. 417 

Dennis, Kathleen 

Dennis, Michael E. 

Dennis, Ralph E. 

Dennis, Vicki L. B.217 

Dennison, Cynthia A 504 

Dennison, Darryl K. 

Denniston. Kay L 481 

Denniston, Lois A. 481 

Denny. June R 573 

Denny. Teresa L 504 

Dent. Paula J. 533 

Demon, John T III 

Depuy, Roy 6 Jr. 216 

Derone, Cherilynn S 41 7 

Derrick. Deborah L 504 



Derricks, Ronald J 
Deru, David B. 
Desk.ns, John T. 481 
Deskins, Robert A. 362 
Deskins. Vicki L 533. 541 
Detthnger. David R 
Dettor, Joyce A. 271 , 533 
Detz. Barbara A. 288 
Deutsch, Joseph H. Ill 481 
Devere. Andrew J. 
Devereaux, Michael P. 533 
Devers, Richard G 
Devme. Vicky C. 
Devore. Dr. Archie 384 
Deweese, Mary C 301 . 481 
Dezarn, Beverly S. 
Dharamski, Sharad S 464 
Di Paolo, Anthony S 
Diamond, William T 504 
Dick, Edmon H. 
Dick, Gary 504 
Dick. Martha J. 387. 294, 417. 

504 
Dick. Mildred Roberts 
Dick, Russell L. 
Dickerson, Gregory A. 534 
Oickerson. Linda A. 534 
Dickey, Dann A. 324 
Dickey, Neal G. 
Dickey, Steven W. 534 
Dickman, Michael J. 417 
Dicks. Christopher L. 
Dickson, Linda M. 533 
Dickter. Carol S. 
Dickter, Richard I. 
Didion. Douglas A 
Diehl. John R. 

Diehl. Richard J. 21 7. 368. 481 
Dierks, Diane J. 534 
Diersing, Caroline M 534 
Difloe, Donna M. 
Dillion, Constance A. 504 
Dillon, Chris L. 
Dillon. Gary M, 
Oils, Connie J. 417 
Dingus, James B. 327. 353, 417 
Dinsmore. Harry V. 
DIRECTION EASTERN 360 
Dishon. Albert A. 504 
Dishon, Margie M 504 
Dismukes, Elizabeth A 534 
Disney. Beverley K 327, 481 
Duchen. Phillip H, 
Oittmar, James W. 
Dixit. Satya B. 464 
Dixon, Alice G. 



Dixon. Connie L. 504 

Dixon. Larry D. 

Dixon, Laura F. 

Dixon. Lynnene 

Dixon, Victoria L. 534 

Dixon. Dr. Wallace 142 

Doane, Mary A. 

Doane, Steven A. 534 

Dobbins, Napoleon 481 

Dobbs. Raymond R. 

Dobbs, Robert A. 324, 481 

Dobson, Edwina H 

Dockery, Karen A. 534 

Dodd, Diane L. 294, 481 

Dodd. Frederick G. 504 

Dodd. Geraldme G 

Dodd, Peggy M. 

Doerhoefer. Kenneth A. 534 

Doenng. James A 

Doerting. Douglas W. 

Doggendorf . John N. 332. 41 7 

Doggett. David H 

Doggett. Dennis D, 315, 482 

Dolan, Lynne S. 

Dolan, Michael A. 

Dolen, Bertie R. 482 

Dombrowski, Mary J 

Domhoff . Thomas W. 

Donaldson, David A 534 

Donaldson, Lavon 

Donaldson. Mr. Neal 138 

Donaldson, Neal P. 41 7 

Donaldson. Ronald 8. 

Donelly.Mr. Jay 237 

Donley, Darla R 482 

Donnelly, Joseph J. Jr. 

Donahue, Casey 224 

Donoghue, Richard B 332,482 

Donohoe, Robin B 

Donohue, Catherine W. 464 

Donohue, Patricia D 21 5. 31 1 , 359, 

504 
Donta, Robert A. 389, 482 
Dontchos, Leo E. 
Dooley, Richard W. 482 
Doolin. Jimmy R. 
Doolm. William D. 
Dooling, Kathleen 
Dooliltle, Steve K 
Dorman, James H 
Dorroh. Charles L 252, 332, 41 7 
Dorsel. Deborah A. 293. 534 
Dorsey, Robert C 
Dorsey. William C. 
Doss. Janice M, 534 
Doss, Joanne V 534 



Dossett, Carl D. 

Dossett. Janice A G 482 

Dotson, Irvin L. 

Dotson, Maxine 

Dotson, Patricia J. 482 

Doty, Deborah E. 299 

Doty, John W. 

Doud, David P. 

Dougherty, Beth A. 534 

Doutherty. Patrick L 

Dougherty, Regina G. 417 

Doughty, Robert A 504 

Douglas. Allen M. 

Douglas. Dwight A. 

Douglas, Jerry L. 

Douglas, John J. Jr. 

Dowel I, Burms B. 

Dowel I, Lynn D. 294, 482 

Dowling, Earl E. Jr. 

Downer, Michael G 

Downey. Jean A 

Downing, Robeu G Jr. 504 

Downs, Beverly S 293. 470 

Downs, Erin J. 

Downs. Richard R. 

Downs, Ronald J. 293. 482 

Doyle, Donabeth 

Doyle, George T, 

Doyle. James S. 

Doyle. Judy H 470 

Dozier, Libby K. 

Drabik, Mary C. 

Drago, Michael E. 265, 357 

Dragoo, Donna M. 

Drake, Gary C. 

Drake, Lawrence C. 

Drake, Nancy A 

Drake, Rick D. 328, 417 

Draughn, Bessie C. 

Draut. Arthur A. 319, 504 

Drew, John R. 215. 216. 482 

Drum, Adella L.417 

Drum. Diana L. 

Drum, Brenda S. 293 

Dryer, Robert J. 

Du Vail, Stephen C 

Ducharme, Dennis A. 

Duchm. Joel B. 

Duckett. Susann N 296. 504 

Dudley, Fawnetta E 534 

Duff, Alger B. 

Duff. Jeffrey M 215. 224, 225. 

417 
Duff, Sharon V 534 
Duff. Shirley D. 
Duff, Stephen E. 354, 504 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 583 



Duff, William E. 

Duff, Zetta L. 534 

Duffv. Robert E. 

Dufour. Mary M. 

Dugger, David L, 

Dughi, John J. Jr. 

Dull, Rita J. 355,417 

Dullaghan, Joyce A. 

Dullaghan, Timothy C. 

Dull), Amy S. 

Dulworth, Jane C. 534 

Dunagan, Daryl L. 202, 240, 242, 

246. 41 7 
Dunagan, Laura K. 
Dunaway, Bath. Ida 5. 482 
Dunaway, Phyllis G 293.417 
Dunbar, James D 
Duncan, James R. 534 
Duncan, Kathy L. 558 
Duncan, Mark E.482 
Duncan, Robert E. 
Duncan, Robert E. 
Duncil, Geneva 
Dungan, Kathy A 
Dunigan, Sue E M, 
Dunkman, June M. 534 
Dunlap, Dianne J 270 
Dunlap, Dwight D. 
Dunlap, Gary R. 482 
Dunn, Christopher M 534 
Dunn, Danny D. 
Dunn, Francis Girdner 417 
Dunn, Jackie K. 293, 534 
Dunn, Lawrence E. 
Dunn. Lisa M. 
Dunn, Margaret G 482 
Dunn, Margaret J. 
Dunn.Mervin 534 
Dunn, Rex 207, 331 , 347, 418 
Dunn, Rodney K 335, 418 
Dunn, William R. 193 
Dunn. William T. 
Dunnagan, Hazel I. 
Dunsil, Kathy A 308, 418 
Dunstall, Clarence E. 294, 534 
Durbin, James F 
Durbin, Steven L. 
Durham, Ann K. 534 
Durham, Carl R. 
Durham, Russell P Jr 
Durkin, Jon E 
Durkm, Tern M 534 
Durrett. Douglas T 319, 336 
Durrett. Emily S. 167, 214, 378, 

418 
Durrett, Robert B. 319, 482 
Durstock. Paul W. 534 
Dusmg, Kathleen L. 295, 534 
Dusmg, Susan R. 224 
Dutschke, Stephen W. 
Duty, Linda L. 
Duty, Michael E 223 
Duty, Vernon D 354 
Duty, William L 
Duvall, David P 
Duvall. Leonard S 
Dwelley, Jill E 
Dwelley, William E. 323 
Dye, Claude W. 346 
Dye, Edith G 504 
Dyehouse. June I. 
Dyehouse, Kitty 8. 197, 198, 199, 

213, 214, 218,418 
Dyehouse, Rhonda C 282 
Dyehouse. Yvonne L. 363. 534 
Dyer, Jane A 558 
Dyke, James K 
Dykes, James E. 
Dziech, Karen S. 534 



Eades, Patty M. 
Eades, Sarah J. 
Eads. Gary L. 482 
Eagle. David H. 
Eagle, Esther J 504 
Eagle, Tene B. 
Eanes, Patricia L 534 
Earle, Keith E. 
Earley. Keith M. 504 
Earley. Michael L. 384, 534 
Early. Patricia L. 
Easley, Jimmy J. 
Easterday, Sheila E. 534 
Easterling, Robert L 505 
EASTERN, MISS 96 
Eastham, Linda R. L. 
Eastman. Barbara L 
Eaton. Danny L. 
Eaton, Joseph £328,482 
Eaton, Kenneth A. 558 
Eaves, Michael R. 
Ebert, Minnielynn M 
Ebert, Robert H 
Eby, Marilyn S. 534 
Eckhardt. Kenneth S. 
Ecklar, Constance M. 
Ecklar, William T. 418 
Edelen, Joseph P. Jr. 
Eden, Ronald W. 
Edgerton, William D. 
Edgington, Cynthia K 505 
Edgington, Ernest L. 
Edmonds, Connie J. C. 
Edmonds. Donald L. 
Edmonds, Gordon A. 
Edmundson, William R. 
Edwards, Bobby G. 
Edwards. Charles W. 313. 353 



Edwards. Denise D, 384, 418 
Edwards, Donald 0. 
Edwards. Donna M. 505 
Edwards, Elmer D. 
Edwards, Francine G. 
Edwards, Georgeanne G 
Edwards, James G. 
Edwards, Kathy L. 
Edwards, Kenneth D, 
Edwards, Larry R. 
Edwards, Maria H 
Edwards. Mark S. 
Edwards, Marsha L. 418 
Edwards, Mr. Marvin 128 
Edwards. Sharon L R. 
Edwards, Wallace 
Edwards, William E. 
Edwards, Yvonne 
EELS, SWIM TEAM 252 
Egbert, Bobby W. 
Egbert, Marvin M. 
Egerton. Hardin M 
Eggeme.er, William M. 222, 482 
Eggen, Joseph L. 
Eggen, Robin R. 534 
Ehrenberg, Judith A. 311, 482 
Ehret, Walter R 
Ehrman. Sue C. 369, 418 
E.cher. Kathy L. 272. 534 
Eicher. Nancy L. 534 
Eickmeyer, Ellen S. 
Eisenmenger, Barbara 534 
Eker, Sherry L. 296,482 
Ekle, Robert E. 201. 324,353, 

418 
Elam. Betty J. 374. 482 
Elam. Deborah A. 534 
Elam, James R. 418 
Elam, Jerry R. 418 
Elam. Lester Ray 
Elam, Marian C. 
Elam, Pamela B 419 
Elam. William V 317,419 
Elble, Ronald E. 220,419 
Elder. Benedict J. 
Elder, Charles J. Jr. 
Elder, Virginia K.482 
Eldredge, Carol J 
Eldredge, Donna L 380 
Eldndge, Barry G 
Eldr.dge. Minerva B. 
Eldndge. Susan E 305.482 
Elkin, Betty J. 
Elk.n, Dan C. Jr 
Ellery. Phyllis A. 558 
Ellinger, Robert H 
Ellingsworth. Thomas 
Ellington, Judith C 
Elliott, Dariene K. 
Elliott, Donald C. 315 
Elliott. Gloria J. 534 
Elliott, Harold E Jr 534 
Elliott. Leslie D. 534 
Elliott, Norma H 182 
Elliott. Virgil P. Jr 505 
Ellis, Brenda C R. 419 
Ellis. Danny R. 
Ellis, Edward L. 
Ellis, Jess L. 419 
Ellis, Mark A. 482 
Ellis, Mary E. T. 
Elhs, Patricia A. 
Ellis, Ralph A. 
Ellis, Stephen C. 
Ellison. Gary B. 
Ellison. William R. 
Elmer, Rosemary E 214, 419 
Elmore, Debra L. 534 
Elovitz, Antoinette M. 505 
Elovitz, Mary R 
Elswick. Judith M. 
Ely, Dons H 
Ely. Marilyn 359 
Ely. Robert M 534 
Elza, Doris J. 
Elza, Shirley R. 
Elza. Vida D. 
Elzy, Den.se L 215, 505 
Embree, Horace M. 
Emmanuel, Winston A. 
Emmert, Edward A. 
Emmons, Bernadett K. 
Emmons, Dr. Charles 219 
Emmons, Joyce A 470, 505 
Emory. Shepherd L. R 
Endres, Mary J. 534 
Engard, Vicki D. 
Engel, Constance S 295. 534 
Engelhardt, Richard L. 
Engelhardt. William H. 
England, Anthony W. 
England. Larry L. 319, 336 
England, Oscar D. 
England, Patricia L. 534 
England, William M. 202, 211. 266, 

267 
Engle, Carolyn J. 
Engle, Jerry E 313,482 
Engle, Linda A 
Engle, Sue E. 
Engler, Susan K.482 
English, Deborah A, 470 
Enlow, Stuart B. 
Enlow, Thomas F, 
Ensco. Mike 216 
Epifano, James A. 266, 327 
EpIey.Sonia J. 305, 505 
Epling, Dorthy 157 
Epp, Danny D. 536 
Epperson, Catherine Y. 



Epperson, David B 

Epperson, Ray C Jr 

Erie, Bruce K. 

Ensman, Barbara L 505 

Ernest. Carolyn A. 

Ernest, James M. 

Ernspiker, Kenneth Jr. 419 

Erpelding, John C. 

Erwin, David V. 536 

Erwin, Lisa J 482 

Erwin, Patricia A 305, 505 

Erwin, Thomas G. 

Esham, Faith L. 464 

Esser, Walter 0. 252 

Estelle. Eugene M 

Estep, David L. 

Estep, Donald C. 

Estep, Johnney S. 

Estep. Randall K 362, 505 

Estep, Ronnie W 

Estep, Timothy A, 505 

Estepp, Belinda K. 

Estepp, Jeffrey G. 536 

Estepp, Jennifer G. 536 

Estes, Donald L. 

Estes, Edgar L 

Estes. Elizabeth S W 

Estes, John A. 

Estes, Sara G. 

Estndge, Douglas G 

Estridge, Felix J. 

Estndge, Karen S. 536 

Estridge, Marsha Jo 419 

ETA GAMMA SIGMA 220 

Etheredge, Charlotte 419 

Etheredge. David A. 319 

Ethenngton, Rebecca 295 

Eubank. Barbara K 

Eubanks, Thomas H. 

Evans. Barbara S 419 

Evans, Brenda S 536 

Evans, Cathy G.482 

Eavns, Dorothy J 

Evans, James D. 

Evans, James H 419 

Evans, James H. Jr 215,225 

Evans, Joseph T 

Evans, Kathenne E. 419 

Evans, LindaS 

Evans. Rodney K. 

Evans, William H. 

Evans, Winford K 

Eve, Arthur J. Ill 536 

Everman. Deana M 

Eversole, John E 536 

Eversole, Judy K. 505 

Iversole. Mary J. 215, 301. 505 

Eversole, Peggy S. 482 

Ewalt, Terry G. 

Ewen, George D. 

Ew.ng, Lee K. 362, 505 

Exterkarnp, Nancy A 

Eyerman, Adelaide J. 482 



Fackert, Larry W 

Faesenmeier, Susan K. 

Fagaley. Terry C. 296 

Fager, Steven P. 

Fahey, Pamela E. 

Fain, George T 

Fain, Robert L. 

Falcone. Olive M 86, 31 1 , 482 

Falm, Carolyn S. 

Fannin. Alice L. 

Fannin, Ira W 

Fanning. Gary D 324, 344 

Fardo. Steve 225 

Paris, Leon W. 

Farler, John W. 

Farler. Verna M 

Farley, Linda C. 382,426 

Farley, Wanda K. 

Farmer, Carolyn D. R 

Farmer, Carrie L 

Farmer, Florence 

Farmer, Janet L. 

Farmer, Joseph T 464 

Farmer, Kathryn J 

Farmer. Robert C. 

Farmer, Una F. 

Farmer, William H. Jr. 

Famey. Kathy E 

Farnsworth, Robert E. 

Farrell. Yolanda G.301 

Ferris, Alvin W. 

Farris. Cheryl F. 

Farris, Esther E 

Farris. Ezra W F. 381 

Farris. Hilda M 

Farris, Hosea 

Farris, Lynn D. 

Farris. Moll.e L 

Farthing. Cathy S 

Fassler, Gary J. 

Faulkner. Bernard E. 

Faulkner, Gregory P. 482 

Faulkner, Linda 

Faulkner, Nancy D. 

Faulkner, Phyllis K. 

Faulkner, Robert T. 

Faulkner, Tommy R 

Faust, Diana L. 536 

Faust, Susan K. 

Favre, Anthony C. 

Faw, Thomas G. 

Fawley. Marianne 536 

Fawley, Martha J. 420 

Feagans, Myra G. 380, 420 



Feather, Charles V 420 

Feather, Harry B. 

Feather, Mary A. 293. 536 

Fedders, David A. 505 

Federle, Dianna L. 482 

Feeback, Barry R. 

Feeback, Charles M. 

Feeback, Harry L. 

Fegenbush, Donna H. 420 

Feldhaus, David J. 

Feldkamp, Sue E. 270, 464 

Feldman, Beverly D 505 

Feldman, Fritz P. 

Feldman. Theresa A. 

Fell. James W. 317 

Feller, Holly J. 363, 536 

Feltman, Mary J. 

Feltner, Ann N. 

Feltner, Mr. Donald R. 139 

Feltner, Martha L. 

Feltner. Paul D. 

Feltner, Philip L. 

Feltner, Taylor L. 

Felts, Lillian 

Felty, Bobbie G. 

Felty, Martha R. 

Felty, Wayne D. 

Fender, Michael L. 505 

Fendley. E stella A, 

Fennell, Deborah E. 215 

Fentress, Debra S. 

Ferguson, Carran E. 

Ferguson, Drue Jr. 374, 482 

Ferguson, Elma J. 482 

Ferguson, Judith L. S. 

Ferguson, Marion B. 

Ferguson, Michael M. 558 

Ferguson, Norman W. 

Ferman, Mary E 482 

Ferman, Sharron T 303, 420 

Ferrante, Mary A. 506 

Ferrell, Cathy C. 420 

Ferrell, Denny L. 506 

Ferrell, EvaS. 382,420 

Ferrell, Gary L. 

Ferrell, John S. 

Ferrell, Russell 421 

Fiederer, Lola J. 215, 506 

FIELD HOCKEY 270 

Fields, Arthur D. Jr 313. 421 

Fields. Beth K. 

Fields, Bonnie A. 537 

Fields. Carole Y 294, 482 

Fields, David E. 

Fields, Edward D. 

Fields, Garry L. 

Fields, Harrison R 

rields, James L. 482 

Fields, James P 

Fields, Jimmy D, 

Fields, Judy K. A. 

Fields, Larry 223 

Fields. Sharon B 306, 353, 482 

Fields, Sondra L. 

Fields. Stephen A. 

Fields, Suzan G. 

Fields, Ted R. 

Fields, Tommy C. 

Fields. Willie M. 

Fiely, James M. 295, 482 

Fietz, Kathenne E. 

Fightmaster, William 

Filer, Donald R.222, 389,482 

Finan, Steven J 

Fincel. Deborah R. 537 

Finch, Carolyn L. 294, 537 

Fmdlay, Russell J. 

Findley, Robert S. 249, 537 

Findley. Thomas E 249, 258. 357. 

506 
Finkelstem, Edna B. 
F inlay. John T. 
Finley, Glenda C D. 482 
Finley, Larry H. 537 
Finley, Mae 
Finley, Rose G. 
Firman, Donna F, 506 
Firman. Lillian M. 
First, Charles L 

Fischer. Claudia L. 271. 380.482 
Fischer, Debbie L. 
Fischer, Lynda K 
Fischer, Patricia J. 305 
Fischer, Peter L. 482 
Fish, Theresa G. 
Fisher, Beverly J. 359. 382, 482 
Fisher, Caroline 380 
Fisher, Diane C. 
Fisher, Donald R. 
Fisher. Mark A. 332 
Fisher. Mary A. 355. 476, 483 
Fisher. Mary C. 483 
Fisher, Terry Jean 421 
Fisher. Milhcent J. 537 
Fisk, Marsha A. 
Fisk, Pamela A. M. 222, 389 
Fisk, Rodney D. 
Fisk, Steve A. 208 
Fisk. Terry L. 222, 389 
Fitch, Joseph C. 
Fite, Roy W. 219, 421 
Fitzer, Linda M. 308, 483 
Fitzgerald, Cindy A. 506 
Fitzgerald. Georgiana 
Fitzgerald, Marian A. 537 
Fitzpatrick, Russell 38, 177.421 
Fitzpatnck, Thomas A. 421 
Fitzwater, Judith D. M. 
Flaig, Barbara H. 
Flairty, Paul S. 293 



Flamm, Marsha R. 537 
Flanery, Lynn P. 483 
Fleenor, Sue A. 
Fleig, Barbara J. 470 
Fleming, Linda A. 408 
Fleming, Mark A. 331,421 
Flesher, Cacus 382 
Flesher, William M. 
Fletcher, Jack V. Jr. 
Fletcher, Janice L. 506 
Fletcher. John C. 
Fletcher, Loyd W. 
Flora, Joyce L. 506 
Florence. Anna E. 
Florence, Eugenia K 470 
Florence, Rita S 421 
Flowers, Devonda C 
Flowers. Susan R. 537 
Floyd, Carol A. 506 
Floyd, Patricia M. 483 
Flynn, Anne R. 214. 272, 273 
Flynn, Freeda J. 
Flynn, Kathi A. 
Flynn, Kenneth R. 
Flynn, Robert C 
Flynn, Weyneth D. 
Fockele, Robert D. 
Foff, James C 252. 537 
Fogg, Andrea E. 
Fogle, Carol D. 
Fogle, William M. 
Fogt. Anders 362, 506 
Fogt, David R. 328, 476, 483 
Fogt. Nancy A. J. 
Fogt, Niels H. 215,258 
Poland. John E. 255. 323, 483 
Foldy, Sharon M. 
Foley, Gerald E. 
Foley, Judy A 537 
Foley, Margie S. 
Foley. Michael J. 269 
Foley. Sandra J. 215. 299, 288, 

376, 506 
Foley, Sonja 218 
Foley, Steve A. 537 
Foley, Vicky L. 
Follick, Barbara S. 
FOOTBALL COLONE LS 237 
Forbis, Trinna L. 
Ford, Brenda J. 506 
Ford, Sandra D. 558 
Ford, Steven P. 

Ford, Governor Wendell 128. 129 
Fore, James H. 464 
Fore. Stephen E . 291 . 31 3, 506 
Foree, Charles H. 
Foree, Yvonne W. 
Foreman, Gaynell H. 
Forester, Charles W 
Forintos, Dennis J. 
Forkal, Yvonne G. 506 
Forman, Thomas G. 537 
Forsythe, Joyce A. 299 
Forsythe, Robert A. 
Forsythe, Stanley L. 215,421 
Former, David W. 
Fortner. Karen L. 421 
Former, Rex D. 377, 483 
Former, Steven G 
Forwerck, Jill L. 
Fosson, Carol G. 421 
Fosson, Steven R. 
Foster, Arthur L. 381 , 483 
Foster. Donna J. 537 
Foster, Gerrye L. 299 
Foster. James C. 421 
Foster, Juanita G 
Foster, Marcia J. 301 
Foster, Peggy A 
Foster. SherryeG. 299 
Fouladgar, Nooshy M. 537 
Fournaris. Dimple R.S. 
Fouts, Sheila D. R. 
Fowler, Ruth 
Fowler, Teresa L. 
Fox, Harold T. 
Fox, Jo A. 537 
Fox, Judith A. 
Fox, Katherine B. 
Fox, Mary T. 537 
Fox, Nanette 
Fox, Thelma L. 
Frabits. Carole 220 
Fraley, Charlotte D. 421 
Fraley, David F. 
Fraley, Dennis 
Fraley, Lawrence O 288 
Fraley, Stephen R. 379 
Francis, Annette L. 466 
Francis, Delma J. 219, 392, 537 
Francis, Mr. Fred 237 
Francis, James D 
Frank, Gustava L. 
Frank, Ralph E. 
Franke, Janice L. 537 
Franklin, Linda A. 
Franklin, Patricia S. 
Frasher, Donna R. 308, 464 
Frasure, Nora E 
Frazee, Charles V. 327 
Frazier, Brenda K. 376, 537 
Frazier, Cherlyn D 
Frazier, Dorothy J. 
Frazier, Ester R. 483 
Frazier, Howard W. 
Frazier, Roy R. 
Frazier, Vickie L. 483 
Frederick, Dwain B. 
Frederick, Garry L. 464 
Frederick, Janice C. 



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Left: Denise Heslet relaxes as she talks to a friend. Above: Kathy 
Welch, Bonnie Glenn, Ann Price and Sherry Davis wait for a tele- 
phone in Case Hall. 



Frederick, Lloyd D 

Fredericks. Rex 

Fredericks. Rita I 

Freede, Emilv E. 

Freeman, Connie J. 

Freeman, David A. 190 

Freeman, Edward L. 

Freeman, James W 332 

Freeman, John W. 

Freeman, Lana M. B. 

Freeman. Nancy L 

Freeman. Rachel S. 

Freeman. Ronnie L 483 

Freeman, Teresa J 483 

Freer. Dave E. 

Freer. Susan L. 

Freet, Carol S 

Freking. Connie J. 308. 506 

French. Gary C. 

French, Larry L. 

French, Linda A. B. 421 

French, Patricia N. 

French, Robert E 

French, Vicky C. 537 

French, Vincenta 

Frenzke, Marie E 

Fretty, Ralph Mr. 222 

Frey. Jill D. 

Freytag, Sandra K. 421 

Fricker, Diane R. 

Fricker. Mrs. Bob 181 

Fricker, Robert W 231.234.237. 

323 
Fried, Joan Y 
Fried. Nancy 
Fredericks, Elizabet 
Fnedly. Harold H Jr. 537 
Friel, Dennis C. 
Friend, Carolyn M 
Friend, Thomas A. 
Frison, Audrey L. 506 
FriKCh, Williams 317 
Fritz. Jerry L. 
Fritz, John C. 

Fritz, Nanette J. 203, 21 7, 421 
Fritz. Vickie D. 537 
Fritz, Yolanda 
Frogge, Karen P 
Froman, Edward W. Jr. 154 
Froman, Michael K 
Froman, Novella B. 421 
Froman. Paul R 
Froman, William K 265. 357 
Fronk, Jean A. 421 
Frost, Bonnie M. 
Frost, David F 



Frost. Jack D. 202,218.391.421 

Frost, Pam J 

Frost. Robert C 421 

Frost, Sheila M 

Frost. Tony R. 

Frost, William A. 

Fry, David L. 323 

Frye. Edith L 

Frye. Issac 

Fryman, John M. 269. 362, 389, 470 

Fryman. Julian F. 

Fryman, Micheal E. 

Fryman. Rhonda L. 537 

Fryman, Richard D. 

Fryman, Robert A 

Fryman, Sandra F. 464 

Fuchs, Karen D 537 

Fugate. Alonzo 

Fugate, Amy S. 

Fugate, Betty A. 421 

Fugate, Carolyn G. 

Fugate, Dale 421 

Fugate, David L. 

Fugate, Fred D. 

Fugate, Gary L. 

Fugate, Herbert W 

Fugate. James R 

Fugate, Kenneth S 

Fulks. Oavid T. 

Fulks. Deborah S. 537 

Fullenwider, Diane P. 

Fuller, James M. Jr. 

Fuller, Shirley A. 537 

Fulton, Bruce M. 506 

Fulton, Cloa C. 

Funk, John W. 483 

Fuqua. Benjamin E. 319,483 

Furlong. Thomas W. 

Furnish. Billy T. 

Furnish, Taylor 421 

Furnish, Teresa J. 483 

Furniss, Larry £ 

Furr. Anne R 305.483 

Fury, Richard S. 506 

Fryman, Roberts 379 



Gabbard. Alice L 421 
Gabbard. Bobby G 
Gabbard. Glenda F H 
Gabbard. James H. 
Gabbard, James H. 
Gabbard. Janet S. 
Gabbard, Larry S. 
Gabbard, Larry W. 



Gabbard, Lydia C. M. 
Gabbard. Mary L. 483 
Gabbard, Michael W 483 
Gabbard. Paula C 
Gabbard. Robert B. 
Gabbard. Rose M. 
Gabbert, Edward L. 
Gabhart, Carl K. 
Gabhart. James W. 421 
Gabhart, Patricia G 483 
Gabhart, Rudy A. 483 
Gabriel, Gabriel U. 
Gaddie. Lana M. C. 
Gaebler, Mary E. 
Gaebler, Thomas J. 237 
Gaffney, Robert W. 
Gaffney, William H 483 
Gahris, Cynthia R 299, 421 
Gaines. Delores A 
Gaines. Elliot D. 507 
Gaines. George T. 507 
Gaines, Larry K. 
Gaines, Linda S. 483 
Gaines, Rodney G. 315 
Gaines, William C. 
Galamb. Karen S. 537 
Galati. Susan L. 537 
Galey, Warren £. 
Gambill. Blackburn 324 
Gammell, Gloria R 
Gano, Sam P. 323 
Garback. Janice M 
Gardiner. Stephanie C 507 
Gardner, Taffie D. 507 
Gardner. Thomas B 
Gardner, William J. 
Garland. Larry A 
Garland. Roger L. 507 
Garland. Susan M 213.421 
Garl.ng, Donald L Jr 465 
Garling, Knstine R. 421 
Garmon. Mary L. 
Garner, Eloise 
Garner, Helen G. 296 
Garnett. Kenneth W. 354 
Garr. Wanda F 214, 219,224 
Garrard, Steven J. 483 
Garrett. Gary W. 361 
Garrett, Laurel L. 
Garrett, Paul W 361 
Garrett, Phyllis J 
Garrett, Stephen E. 
Garrett, Vickt W. 
Garrett, Walter M 203, 323 
Garnott. Estil 
Garrison, Bruce R 



Garrison, Carolyn A. 

Garrison, Gary P 

Garrison. Jacqueline 301 

Garrison. Ronald R. 507 

Gartin, Diana G 

Gary, Donna E 507 

Gash, Daniel L. 537 

Gaskms, Diane J. 

Gasser. Roger A. 

Gastenveld, Paula M. 

Gaston, Larry L. 

Gatewood. Bene C 

Gathff, Walter E. 

Gatson, Charles R 

Ganon. Vicki L. 537 

Gauch. Jane E 305 

Gaunce. David H 

Gausepohl, Victor L 

Gay, Delores R. 

Gay, Diana L 507 

Gay. Leslie C Jr. 537 

Gay, Phillip 

Gayhart. Barbara F. 507 

Gayheart, Joyce 507 

Gayheart. Rhonda A. 

Gayle. Veronica 537 

Gearhart, Darrell A. 537 

Gearhan, William D 

Geddes. John C 

Gedling, James L 

Geer, Diana S 537 

Geguzis, Larry J. 

Gehron, Fred R 225 

Geier, Patricia A. 

Ge.er, William A. 

Geigert, Jean B. 483 

Geigert, Walter A 

Geisen. Mark H 313 

Gellhaus, Gregory D 

Gels, Diane B. 

Gentry, Dennis A. 

Gentry, Doris A. 

Gentry, Gary W 

Gentry, Linda A 537 

Gentry. Susan 483 

Geoghegan, Johnetia 305, 31 1 , 358, 

428 
Geoghegan, Virginia R. 501 
George. David S. 464 
George. Edward H. Ill 
George. Major Edward 
George. Jacqueline M. 
George. Jennifer R. 483 
George, Linda A. 537 
George. Mary E 
George. Mona S 



George. Dr. Ted 170 

Gerard, Rhea K. 537 

Gerlack, Norman W. 315 

Geron. Patrick A 202. 262, 263. 323. 357 

Gerrein, David A 

Gerteisen. Ruby L. 537 

Geiman. Barbara R. 

Gevedon, Rebecca L. 

Ghai. Pamela A 

Ghent. Lona J. 537 

Gholson. Mary L 

Giancoia, Joan S R. 464 

Giannini, Dabby L 

Gibb, James 

Gibbs, Gregory A 558 

Gibson, Barbara E 

Gibson, Barbara G 308.483 

Gibson. Clara 

Gibson, Clyde E. 

Gibson, David Evan 483 

Gibson, David F 507 

Gibson, Donald L. Jr. 

Gibson. Earl C. 

Gibson, Edwma C. 

Gibson. Frankie L. 

Gibson. Janice R 

Gibson, Joseph B. Jr 507 

Gibson. Judy L. 507 

Gibson. Kenneth O. 

Gibson, Linda F 537 

Gibson. Margie A 

Gibson, Mary B 

Gibson. Richard C. 315 

Gibson. Roben M 

Gibson. Thomas K. 537 

Gibson, William W III 

Gibson. Wilma P 

Gieszl. Robert E. 

Gieszl, Suzanne L. 

Gilbert, Beth J. 

Gilbert, Bruce H. 

Gilbert, Ceben 

Gilbert, Deborah S 537 

Gilbert, Gary 

Gilbert, Gary R. 

Gilbert, Glenn D 293, 537 

Gilbert, James L 

Gilbert, Jerry R 507 

Gilbert, Jerry T. 

Gilbert, John E. 

Gilbert. William R. 

Giles, H. R. 507 

Giles, Paul W. 

Giles. Robert S. 

Giles, Ronald L. 

Giles. Terry E. 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 585 



Gilkeson, Orion R. 

Gill, Linda J 299 

Gill. Thomas A. Jr. 

Gill, Timothy M. 

Gillaspie, Annette F. 

Gillespie, Grady G 

Gillespie, Murray G. 

Gillespie. Pam 388 

Gillespie. Steven R 

Gilliam. Doris F. 

Gilham. Kenneth H. 

Gilliland. Hugh R. 

Gilhland. Patricia B 

GilMand, Virginia D 537 

Gilhspie, Charley E. 507 

GiUispie. Pamela G. 

Gilmet. Mary B. 

Gilpin, Brian C. 

G.lpm. Elroy A. Jr. 374 

Gilpm, Gayle W. 

Gilpin. Michael D. 

Gilpin. Patti L. 

G.lpm. Roger D. 220, 507 

Gilv.n, Howard E. 

Gimmel. Robert N 

Ginger, Dr. Lyman 128 

Gmter, Gary L. 

Ginter, Margaret H. 

G.nter, Shel.a E 271.380 

Ginter, Tern A. 

Girdler. Barbara A S 

Girdler. Donald E, 389 

Girdner. Frances E. 

Girdner, Reeda V. 

Girton, Janine V. 537 

Gisler. Michael J. 

Gnherman, Larry W. 

Given, Charlene 537 

Glanz, Susan A. 

Glasgow, Deborah K. 

Glass. Dane P 

Glass. Gloria F. 

Glass, Martha Jo C. 

Glass, Mary 40. 296. 363 

Glass. Paul A. 

Glasscock. Harold L 

Glasscock, Mary L. 538 

Glasscock. Michelle V. 

Glassford, Ellen S 305, 484 

Glassford. Stephen K. 

Glaze. Gary W. 558 

Gledh.ll, Marvin A. 

Glenn. Bonnie F. 

Glenn. Michael A. 507 

Gl.ck, Leslie J. 507 

Gher. Daniel W. 220, 354. 362, 

465 
Glovak. Betty A. 
Glover, Susan G 507 
Gnadinger. Craig T. 
Goatley. David M. 
Goatley, John E. 507 
Goble, Belinda 507 
Goble, D. Irene 
Goble. Earl J, Jr 
Goble. James A. 558 
Goble. John E. 
Goble, Pamela 308, 507 
Goble, Robert S. 
Godby, Forrest E. 
Godsey. Dale A. 
Godsey, Earl D. 
Godsey, Ronnie H 
Goebel. Thomas R. 
Goebel, William M. 
Goetz. Louise M. 359 
Goff. Esther M 538 
Gogan. Thomas P. 538 
Goggin. Billie L. 
Goggin. Iris G. 
Goh-, Hock Soon 465 
Gohmann, Virginia M 538 
Goin, Kenneth 
Coins. Larry W. 
Goms, Marie 
Goins. Nancye W. 
Gold, Steven D. 222. 331 
Goldbach, Pamela S. 
Goldey. Robert F. 
Goldschmidt. Eugene A. 
Goldstein, Joyce S. 
Goldston, William J. 
GOLF COLONELS 260 
Golyer, Peggy E 
Gonterman. Rebecca K 484 
Gonzalez. Olga M 465 
Gooby. Forrester E. 470 
Gooch, Charlene S. 
Gooch. Donald W 
Gooch, John D, 
Gooch. Judy L. 
Gooch. Marjone C 
Good, Robert P. 317 
Goodin. Daphne H 
Goodm, Donna S. 538 
Goodin, Evylene P. 
Goodin, Pamela K. 
Goodin. PaulaS. 484 
Goodin, Rhonda L. 
Goodin, Rose 0.507 
Gooding, Brian S. 
Gooding, Patrick J. 538 
Goodlett. Charlene A. 538 
Goodlett, Gary 384 
Goodlett, Woodrow S. 
Goodlette. Caddie A. 
Goodiette, Richard H. 
Goodloe. Diana V.S. 
Goodman. Lacy M 
Goodman, Stephen J. 



Goodrich. William A. 484 

Goodwin. Constance S. 

Goodwin. Danny S. 

Goodwin. David W. 381 

Goodwin, James W 

Goodwin, Jerry D 

Goodwin, Sarah E. 

Goolman, Pamela S. 

Goolsby. John R. 

Goolsby, Margaret R 

Gooslin, David K 

Gootee. William M. Jr 

Gordon. Betty R. 

Gordon. Bruce E. 

Gordon, Connie S. 

Gordon, Glenda L. 507 

Gordon, Harold E. 

Gordon, Rebecca A. 

Gorka, Susana M. 465 

Gorley, Kelvin D. 

Gorman, Diane M 

Gorman. Jack W. 

Gorman, John F. 

Goshorn, Rebecca R. 214, 244 

Gosser, Joy L 

Gosser, Kennie C. 484 

Gosser. Phyllis F 

Gosser, Richard N 

Gossom. James M. 

Gough. Patsy L 484 

Gould. Phyllis J. 

Gouwens. Gordon D 

Govan. John F. 228. 236. 237 

Gover. Cecil G. 

Gover. Janie L. 

Goyne. Glenn E. 484 

Grace. Hickory E 

Grace, John M. 

Graff, Anita J. 

Graff. Barbara A. 

Graham, Edwina J, 484 

Graham, Jay A. 

Graham, Judy L 484 

Graham, Margaret 

Graham, Marylen 

Graham, Richard R 

Grant, Charles O. II 

Grant, Danny C. 

Grant. Diane 558 

Grant. Dons A. 

Grant. Gayle A. 305 

Grant, Larry G. 

Grant. Richard L. 

Grant. Sarah 

Grant. Vanessa 

Grass, Sondra K. 

Gravel. Robert E. 

Graves, Barbara S- 387. 538 

Graves, Gayle F. 

Graves. Nancy K. 

Graves. William Y. 

Graven. Larry D 

Gravil, Deborah A. 

Gray. Bonme C. 21 5, 305, 392. 

498, 507 
Gray. Charlene 538 
Gray. Dallas R. 
Gray. Drusilla P. 369. 538 
Gray. Edward G 
Gray, Eleanor B 288, 308. 376, 

484 
Gray. Gary E. 538 
Gray, Kristie A. 299 
Gray. Robert S. 217. 288 
Gray, Rosemary 
Gray, Teresa D 42 
Gray, Tevis P. 42, 43 
Gray, Theresa C 
Grayson, Mark H. 
Graziani, Chrysteen H 294. 484 
Graziano. Joseph R 222 
Graziano. Josephine 
Grear. David C. 
Grear, Glenda K 
Greathouse, Mary M. 
Greayer. Aleta E 509. 558 
Greeman, Omar L, 
Green. Carolyn M. 
Green, Clifton E. 538 
Green, Gordon E. 
Green. Joseph W. 
Green, Paul W. 
Green. Prewitt 
Green. Ralph M. 
Green. Richard C. 
Green. Robert A. 315 
Green. Robert N. 
Green, Rodney L. 
Green. Roger M. 324 
Green, Susan M. 538 
Green, Tena M. 484 
Green. William C 
Greenburg, Myra L 
Greene. Arty P. 
Greene, Cynthia D. 538 
Greene. Douglas W. 235. 237 
Greene. George K. 
Greene. Harold S. 
Greene, James Ronald 
Greene, Kyle M. 
Greene, Larry T. 
Greene, Martha E. 
Greene, Patricia A. 294, 507 
Greene. Scottie A. 
Greenhill, Clarence C. 
Greenhill. Mary H. 
Greenlee. Timothy B. 
Greenup, James W. 262. 323 
Greenwell. Brenda L 
Greenwell, Johnny B. 



Greenwell, Laura C. 

Greenwell. Margaret E. 507 

Greenwell, Mary J. 538 

Greenwell, William M. 

Greer, Gary L. 

Greer, Lloyd M. 

Greer, Oakie 

Greer, Patricia A. 538 

Greer, Roger L. 

Greever. John E . 538 

Gregg, Gayle L. 271.507 

Gregg, Rita K. 

Gregory. Anne 423 

Gregory. Earl J, R, 538 

Gregory, Gail E 539 

Gregory, Gil M. 

Gregory, Glenn C 

Gregory, Hugh B. 

Gregory, Larry J. 539 

Gregory. Michael A. 

Gregory, Mildred A. 484 

Gregory. Nora K 220. 383, 484 

Gregory, Phillip N. 

Gretzinger, Nancy K. 288, 301. 507 

Grever. Elizabeth A 387. 388, 484 

Gnder, Mary J 215, 507 

Gnesch, Sarah K. 308.507 

Gnffin, Albert R. Jr. 

Griffin, Betsy K. 

Griff.n, Charles W. 328 

Griffin, Jacque R S 

Griffin, Patricia D. 423 

Gnffin. Peter 0. 

Griffin. Roger L. 423 

Gnffin, Sandra L. 507 

Griff.n, Teresa M. 484 

Griffith. Elizabeth E. 

Griffith. Gary R. 539 

Griffith, Howard D. 

Griffith, Leslie L. O. 

Griffith. Mark S. 

Griffith, Mary L. 484 

Griffith. Roger E 

Gnggs. Billye R. 

Griggs, Riana J. 

Griggs, Vickie J. 

Gngsby , James L. 332. 465 

Gngsby, Luanda J P. 423 

Grim. Barbara Y. 355. 423 

Grim, Gary L 

Grimes, Bill A. 

Grimes, Hannah S. 

Grimes. Sandra K 299. 341 

Grimes, William C. 

Grimm, Mary K. 

Grimme, Randal G 319, 423 

Gnnage. Jose H. Ill 558 

Griner, Larry R. 423 

Griner, Ramona J 

Gr.ssom, Dwight A. 423 

Gntton, Larry A. 

Gntton, Mark T. 

Gntton, Rita L. 220. 484 

Gnzzard, Jacqulyn L 

Groen, Sybil A 484 

Grogan, Gary S. 

Grogan. Sybil O. S. 

Grolhg. James M. 

Gronberg, Rick.e G. 

Gross, Charlotte H. 

Gross. Garrett S. 

Gross, Lana J. 

Gross, Patsy L. 218, 305 

Gross, Robert A. 

Gross, Roberta J. 507 

Gross, Teresa L. 

Gross, Wilson D. 

Grove, Oebra K 299, 423. 387 

Grover, Jane R. 

Grubbs. Keith E. 

Gruber, Duane A. 423 

Gruenmger, Ronda L. 219, 274, 31 1 . 

484 
Grug.n, Michael D. 327 
Gubser. Stephen F 
Gudgel. Virginia W. 
Guenthner, Linda R. 484 
Guerra. Joyce A. 
Guffey. Beverly S. 
Guild, Dav.d H. 
Gulick, Gaye 369 
Gullett, James N. 
Gullett, Michael L. 
Gullerte, Kenneth R. 539 
Gulley, EricW. 539 
Gulley, Lynn R. 
Gundy. David R.332 
Gunn. Rodger 173 
Gunner. Joe E. 
Gupta, Sunita 
Gupta, Mr. Venu 171 
Gurnee, John K. 
Guthrie, John L. 361 
Guy, Karrol L. 30, 60. 305, 

395.484 
Guy, Robert M, 
Guy, Virginia A. 484 
Guyn, Charles H. 507 
GYMNASTICS COLONELS 266 

-H- 

Haas, Marilyn K. 423 
Haas, Susan K. 104, 214,423 
Habas, Susan M. 369, 539 
Hacker, Darlene R. 
Hacker, Dennis B. 
Hacker, Elvin J. 
Hacker, Joe B. 
Hacker, Laura L 




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Hacker. Louise 
Hacker. Maynard A 
Hacker, Pamela S. 207 
Hacker, Reuben G. 
Hacker. Thelma 
Hacker. Tolene 382. 425 
Hacker, William D. 
Hackett, Mary J. 
Hackman, Fran 507 
Hackman. Kathryn L. 539 
Hackman, Mary F. 
Hackworth, Danny W 539 
Hackworth. Kenneth W. 507 
Hadden. Mary A 
Haddix. Roy H. 
Haddix.Sheba L 
Haden. K. Ann 539 
Haden. Mary L. 
Hadley, Barbara C. 
Hadley, Colene F. 
Hadley, Jeanette 
Hadzima. Catherine I. 465 
Haeberhn, Glenn E 268. 269 
Hafley. Jo A. 
Hagan, Ann R. 355. 359. 382. 

425 
Hagan. Ellen M. 

Hagan, Hubert L 288, 392. 507 
Hagan, Lydia W. 507 
Hagan, Marion C 
Hagan, Marion S. 539 
Hager, Kathleen M 363, 484 
Hager, Raymond A. 
Hager, Dr. Obenta 1 77, 358 
Haggard, Allen G. 
Haggard. Ricky A 331, 507 
Hagy. Gary S. 539 
Hahlen, Diane M. 308, 507 
Hahn, Marilyn 
Haidle. Ruth E. K. 
Haines, Randall S 
Hairston, Jo Ann 363, 368, 425 
Halcomb. Fara L 374 
Halcomb, Glenda K. 539 
Halcomb. Jane F. 
Halcomb. Sharon Z. W. 
Halderman. Deborah S. 
Hale, Dan A 
Hale. Darren W 539 
Hale. Deborah L.J. 
Hale. Donna J. 484 
Hale. Frederick E. II 
Hale, Gwendolyn S. 485 
Hale. Jane E. 
Hale. John H. 
Hale. Karyn R. 
Hale. Lana S. 
Hale. Marsha A. 385 
Hale.Sonia D 539 
Haley, Deidri 
Haley, James H. 323 
Halfhill, Charlotte J. 425 
Hall, Brent 
Hall, Carol A. 507 
Hall, Carter, G. 
Hall. Dallas W. 



Deborah A 363, 507 

Deborah S. 

Diana M. 383. 485 

Donald G , 

Donald L. 

Gary L. 485 

Gary L. 

George S 

Gloria A 470 

Harold G. 

James W 

Janice N. 539 

Jarold K 

Jerry T. 

John T. 331.507 

John W. II 

Joseph G.485 

Judy K, 485 

Karen L. 507 

Kevin C. 

Marcene A. 

Martha J. 

Owen L. 

Reymon L. 

Rebecca A 539 

Rebecca A. 

Rex D. 



, Rhonda G. 305, 376, 395 

. Roy C. 465 

. Ruth C. 425 

. Sharon 425 

, Sherrel K.425 

I, Sherry J. 

. Teddy 

. Thomas N, 

, Tommy 425 

. Tonda L. 507 

. Truman S. 

.Veronica E. 539 

, Vickie L. 
Hall, William G. Jr. 
Hall. Wilma J. 
HALL OF FAME 197 
Halleron. Barbara E. 539 
Hallett, Carol A. 507 
Hallis, James 
Halloway. Frank 317 
Haisey, George W. 425 
Halsey, James W. 
Haisey, Judy P, 
Halter, Jack R. 
Ham, Dennis 8. 
Ham, Rebecca D. 539 
Hamblin, SFC Carl T. 269 
Hamblin. Henry M. 485 
Hambly, Robert J. 317,425 
Hambrick, Roberta J. 
Hamilton, Barbara K. 
Hamilton, Barbara S. 485 
Hamilton, Benny G 539 
Hamilton, Charles H 
Hamilton, Charles R. 
Hamilton, Dane R. 507 
Hamilton. Daniel G. 294. 485 
Hamilton, Danny D. 388, 425 
Hamilton. Debra A. 508 



586 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 






Hamilton, Finlev R. 
Hamilton, Glenda C. 425 
Hamilton, Glenna S. C. 
Hamilton, Gloria 425 
Hamilton, Janice S. 
Hamilton, Joan H 
Hamilton, John W. 539 
Hamilton, Joseph D. 
Hamilton, Judith K. 305, 359. 508 
Hamilton, Karen L. 508 
Hamilton, Karen P. 
Hamilton, Lanny R 
Hamilton, Linda A. 425 
Hamilton. Mary A. 311, 381, 485 
Hamilton, Rebecca L 
Hamilton, Robert K 
Hamilton, Robin L 539 
Hamilton. Ronald D. 
Hamilton, Sandra L 485 
Hamilton. Sarah N 539 
Hamilton, Susie C 539 
Hamilton, Webber D. 247, 485 
Hamlin, Kevin P. 
Hamlin. Richard W. 
Hamm, Betty L. 
Hamm, Connie L. 
Hamm, John G. 
Hamm, Mary B. 
Hamm, Melvin D. 
Hamm. Sue D. 
Hammond, Anthy K. 
Hammond, Jerry L. 
Hammond, Jessie F 
Hammond, Jimmie R. 
Hammond, Joe D. 
Hammond, Judy L. 508 
Hammond, Leroy 
Hammond, Mary M. 
Hammond, William S. 
Hammonds. Gary R. 425 
Hammons, Brenda K. 558 
Hammons, Brenda R. 
Hammons, Linda K. 311. 359. 508 
Hammons, Nell R. 155 
Hammons, Robert R 
Hammons. William C 485 
Hammons, William M. 
Hampton, Brenda L 539 
Hampton. David E. 
Hampton. Donald W. 425 
Hampton. Elaine W, B 425 
Hampton, Ethel M. 
Hampton, Kathryn S 508 
Hampton, Margret E 
Hampton, Martin J. 
Hampton, Percy E. Jr. 508 
Hampton, Ricky T 425 
Hampton. Rita K. 539 
Hance, Beth L. 
Hancock, Randall P. 288 
Hancock. Ronald L. 
Hancock, Sandra L. 380 
Handley. Michael B. 
Handshoe, Debra A. 539 



Haney, Connie A. 311. 358.428 

Haney, David T. 

Haney. Or Donald 128 

Hanger, Charles R.485 

Hanger, John R 

Hanger, Mary M. 

Hankins. Deborah D. 539 

Hankms. Randall B. 

Hanks, Douglas R. 485 

Hanks. John T 485 

Hanna, Juanita J. 539 

Hannah, Fairy 

Hannah, Mary B. 485 

Hannah, Ralph 425 

Hannan, Joyce M. 

Hannan. Richard R. 295, 539 

Hannan, Victor R. 508 

Hanrahan, George B Jr 

Hanrahan. James P. 

Hansel. David L. 

Hansford. Charles V, 539 

Hansford, Judy K 293. 508 

Hansford, Linda L 

Hansford, Tyann 

Hanson, Corliss A. 

Hanson, Judith A. 382. 425 

Hansson. Kenneth 153.225 

Harbin, Roberta A. 

Harbin, Stephen E. 313 

Harbove. Michael R. 

Harbut, Tyrone C. 249, 558 

Hardebeck, Twanna F. 

Harden, Nancy L. 

Hardesty, John M 

Hardesty, Michael J. 

Hardesty, Thomas L. 

Hardey. Gary C. 

Hardin. Cleo L. 

Hardin. Debra S. 

Hardin, Irene 470 

Hardin, Jane G. 

Hardin, Jennifer 294, 508 

Hardin. Patsy F. 

Hardin. Robert L. 220, 223,425 

Hardin, Roger W. 

Hardin, Sharon G. 539 

Hardin, William H. 

Harding, David O 

Harding, Sharon L. 

Hardy. Charles E. 

Hardy, Douglas S. 

Hardy. Elizabeth C. 

Hardy, Freddie L 

Hardy, Gayle L 

Hardy, Joseph R. 374 

Hardy. Linda R. 

Hardy, Susan K. 

Hare, Michael L. 

Haremski, Michael B. 

Hargis, Ronna K. 

Hargis, Thomas S. 

Hargis. Walter M. 

Hargrove, Dennis G.425 

Hargrove. Robert B. 




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recreational area in the University Center. 



Hanlson, Jeffrey B. 539 

Hanman, Richard N. 539 

Harkleroad, Thomas S. 

Harlan, Joe O. 

Harlan. Patricia W. 

Harlan. Wendell H. 

Harmon, Allen M. 485 

Harmon. Glenn G. 

Harmon, Michael A. 

Harmon, Peggy A 301 , 425 

Harmon. Rodney A 

Harmon, Terri G. L. 425 

Harness, Carolyn A. 387. 296. 485 

Harney, Thomas E 

Harnish, Judith A. 

Harnish, Martha L. 

Harp, James S 465 

Harp, Joseph T. 

Harp, Patricia J. P. 

Harp, Patricia J. P. 

Harp, Ramona B 

Harper, Chadwick R 

Harper. Everette F Jr 

Harper, Michael D. 508 

Harper. Thomas G 

Harpring, Richard C. 

Harrell. Danny K. 328 

Harrell, Sharon K.485 

Harrington, Lee Ann 425 

Harris, Avonda L. 485 

Harris, Brenton R. 

Harris, Cecelia C. 

Harris, Charles A. 

Hams, Charl.nda A. 

Harris, Charlotte A. 219 

Harris, Cherye C. 539 

Harris, Dennis 508 

Harris. Donald J. 

Harris, Dorothy K. 

Harris, Frances G 217,425 

Harris, Gilda S 508 

Harris, Helen J 508 

Harris, James D. 

Harris, Judith E. S. 

Harris, Judy A. 

Harris. Joy 215, 378 

Harris. Karen S. 

Harris, Kathleen E 

Harris, Larry D. 

Harris, Lauretta J 99, 425 

Harris, Margaret J 539 

Harris, Mary A. 

Harris, Mathew C. 

Harris, Michael D. 

Harris, Nancy J. 539 

Harris, Pamela J. 

Harris, Paula L. 539 

Harris. Dr. R. Blame 159 

Harris, Ross 

Harris, William F. 

Harrison, Barry R. 

Harrison, Deborah S 508 

Harrison, Doris A. 

Harrison, Douglas G, 

Harrison, Renate A 

Harrison, Robert L 

Harrison, Roger D 

Harrison, Sally M. 539 

Harrison, Sandra B 

Harrison. Thomas R Jr. 

Harrison. Timothy R 508 

Harriston, Jo Ann 305 

Harrod, Barbara J. 508 

Harrod, Charles W. 

Harsen. Allen J. 

Hart. HollisM 526, 539 

Hart. Jackie L 

Hart, Maria J. 

Hart, Miles E. 

Hart, Paula K 539 

Hart, Ronald E. 

Hartie. John C. 216. 296, 508 

Hartman, Deborah L. 308, 485 

Hartman, Marsha D. 

Hartman, Richard N 

Hartung, Kathy M. 

Hartzler, Rebecca I. 

Harvey, Donald R. 31 5, 508 

Harvey, Paul D 362 

Harvey. Robert D. 

Harville. Mr. Robert 237 

Hasekoester, Penelope 203, 217, 425 

Hash. Gerald R. 

Hash, Phillip L. 

Haskins, Julie M. 508 

Haskins, Peggy L 

Hassan, James Foster 

Hassay. William F. 288.485 

Hastings, Nancy J. 539 

Hatcher, Edith E 299, 485 

Hatfield, Avery L 

Hatfield. Berne D 

Hatfield. Guy 128. 203. 313. 351 

Hatfield, Henry D. 539 

Hatfield, Janice E 

Hatfield. Judy G. 508 

Hatfield, Kenneth R 485 

Hatfield, LoisE. 

Hatfield, Walleen M. 

Hathaway, George R 426 

Hatton, Carolyn B. 

Hatton. Nelson C 

Hatton, Rodney T. 

Hatton, WilliBm Y. 

Hauser, Sharon L. 539 

Haverkos, Nicholas L 426 

Havnlla, Robert M. 485 

Hawk, William H.465 

Hawkins. Anna P. 

Hawkins, Blane S 



Hawkins. Deborah J 508 

Hawkins, Donald L 

Hawkins, Marilyn J, 539 

Hawkins, Pamelia L. 306 

Hawkins, Susan K. 

Hawkins, Thomas W. 

Hawks, Diane S. 311. 485 

Hawks, Kathleen A. 508 

Hawksworth, Linda M, 296, 485 

Hawley. Brian K. 426 

Hawley. Leah C. 

Hawley. Oscar H. 

Hawley, Robert C. 485 

Hawthorne, John R. 

Hay. Carolyn J. 

Hay, Deborah S. 273 

Hay. Donna L 539 

Hay. Gary D 

Hay. Scotty L. 539 

Hayden, Deborah A 539 

Hayden, Joseph I. 361 

Hayden, Kathleen A 426 

Hayden, Mexico Jr 

Hayden. Rebecca O 

Haydon, Charles D. 319 

Hayes. David M. 

Hayes. Edythe J. 

Hayes. Jeffrey L. 

Hayes. Linda K 

Hayes, Phoebe S. 

Hayes. Dr. Robert 185 

Hayes. Ronald V. 

Hayhurst, William R. 

Haynes. Charles M 

Hays, Elaine R. 

Hays, Gene W. 

Hays. Judy C. 426 

Hays, Ruth A. 311, 508 

Hays, Sheila K 508 

Hays. Steven R. 

Hays, WilliamS. 

Hays. Wilson A. 

Haywood. Philip A. 

Haywood, Rebecca M. 

Hazelngg, Anne H 508 

Hazelwood, Deana R. 

Hazen. Alan J. 222,465 

Head, Mary L 508 

Head. Randy R. 

Hearn, Michael C 

Heathman; Billie L 

Heckman. Kathy A 508 

Hedgebeth, Gregory P 

Hedges, Cynthia A. 540 

Heekin, Virginia R 218, 305. 376, 

395, 426 
Heffley. Steven D 
Heftron. Barbara A. 426 
Hehl, Donna L. 
Hehr, George P 
Heid, Karen L. 
Heid, William R. 
Heidelberg, Bernard P. 
Heiderich. April L. E. 
Heim. Nancy A. 
Heim, Sybil A. 
Heinzelman, Larry C. 332 
Heister. Randall M. 
Heitzman, Carolyn M. 540 
Heitzman, Deborah A. 
Held. John M. 
Hellard. Dale R. 
Hellard, Rickie L. 
Hellard. Verla M 
Hellard. William E. 214 
Hellmann, Judy M. 385. 540 
Helm. Fmley 
Helm, George 
Helm. Hannah J. 508 
Helm. James E. 
Helm, Roger D. 
Helm. W.ll.amS. 315. 508 
Helmbrecht, Stephen L. 
Helms, Caryn E. 426 
Helton, Charles R 
Helton, John K. 
Helton, Rebecca J. E. 
Heltzel, Jerri L. 540 
Helvey, Debra L. 
Hembree, Drucilla G. 
Hembree, Edgar 426 
Hemmer, John C. 465 
Hemmerle, Margaret J. 508 
Hempel. Daniel R. 
Hempel, Deborah 
Hempfl.ng, Jean C 215, 305, 508 
Hempfling. Yvonne S 244, 382. 383, 

426 
Henderhght, Lawrence 
Henderlight. Philip E. 
Hendershot, Linda M. 
Henderson. Bonnie M. 
Henderson, Carolyn S. 
Henderson, Clarenetta 485 
Henderson, Donald C. 
Henderson. James D. 
Henderson, Linda L, 
Henderson, Mark F. 540 
Henderson, Robert G. 
Henderson, Ronald W. 
Henderson. Sarah B. 
Henderson, Sonja G. 
Henderson, Sue A 
Hendren, Doris 
Hendren, Hubert F. 
Hendnck, Jean L. 
Hendricks, Charles T. 
Hendricks, Donna C. 
Hendricks, Oliver D 
Hendrickson, Bobby R 



Hendnckson, Cynthia 508 

Hendrickson, Or, Donald 102 

Hendrickson, Karen E 540 

Hendnx, Glen A. 

Hendrix. Judy A. 

Hendnx. Steve R 485 

Hennekes, Gayle D. 

Hennessey, James T. 372 

Henr.ch. JanisM. 540 

Henrickson, Janice I. 

Henry, Edgar R. 327 

Henry, Geraldine 485 

Henry. Kenneth W. 

Henry, Kevin M. 

Henry, Patricia 

Henry. Richard L. 

Henry, Sue T 

Henry. Susan M 

Henry, Thomas M. 485 

Hensley, Bobby J 

Hensley. Carolyn B. 

Hensley, Carolyn J. 485 

Hensley. Debra A 270. 273, 305. 

341, 540 
Hensley. Debra S. 485 
Hensley. Harry S 269, 384. 508 
Hensley, Janice E. 426 
Hensley. Janice K. 
Hensley. Margaret M 485 
Hensley, Michael W. 327 
Hensley. Peggy 387 
Hensley, Russell 
Hensley, Sharon L. 308 
Henson, Harold E. 
Henson, Jane A. 
Henson, Linda S. 
Henson, Lynda J. 
Henson, Patricia E 540 
Hentzell, Cynthia 1.485 
Heppler, Mark W. 
Herald, Burton 
Herald, Connie J. 540 
Herald. Elizabeth 
Herald. Gladys F. 
Herald. Imogene 384. 508 
Herald. Nancy E. 508 
Herald. Naomi R. 
Herald, Shirley T. 
Herbsi. Diana J. 540 
Hermann, Gary N. 
Hern, Linda S 311. 359.363. 

508 
Herndon, Christopher 605 
Herndon. Myron D. 465 
Herrick, James D. 
Hernn, Linda M. 
Hernngton, Friedman 
Herron, Dale L. 
Herron, Karen J. 
Herron, Larry M. 
Herron, Suzanne 
Hershberger, Walter F. 
Hertsinger, Carol 358 
Heslep. Evelyn D. 540 
Hesler. William F. 
Hess. Peter W. IV 
Hess, Robert L. Jr. 
Hesse. Barb L. 
Hesse. Sister Betty A. 
Heuser. Vincent J 508 
Hewlett, Anna J. R. 
Hewlett. Joe R. 354 
Hewlett, Reva A. 
Hey, David M. Ill 
Hey, Sharon M 540 
Hibbard, Darlene W 
Hibbard. Miss Janet 178 
Hibberd. Brenda K 385. 426 
Hibbitts, Stanley L 
Hibbs, Susan S 508 
Hickey, Gary H 
Hickey, Lana S. 
Hickman, Paul E. 540 
Hickman. William III 
Hicks, Charles T. 
Hicks, Delphia J. 
Hicks, Janet L. 216 
Hicks. John P. Jr. 332. 353 
Hicks, Judy L. 508 
Hicks, M.Susan 271,485 
Hicks. Mattie E. 
Hicks, Pamela K. 296 
Hicks, Patricia J. F. 
Hicks, Steven E. 
H.eber, Mary C. 485 
Hieronymus. Carolyn S 426 
Higgmbotham. Rhoda A 
Higgms. Deborah A 288, 508 
Higgins, George E. 485 
Higgms, Gregory C 
H.gg.ns. Karen L. 540 
Higgms, Lewis M. 
Higgms, Peter J. 
Higgms, Rhonda C. 
Higgms. Suzanne M 301 . 426 
Higgms. Timothy M. 
H ignite, Darrel S 
Hignite. Vickie C. 380, 558 
Hikes, Lillie E. 540 
Hilbish. Alicia A. 540 
Hilgeman. Donald E 
Hill. Barbara J. 540 
Hill. Betsey 288 
Hill, Carol A. 

Hill, Cathy E. 215. 387, 508 
Hill, Charles A. 372, 508 
Hill, Clyde E 

Hill, Diane K. 294. 381 , 426 
Hill. Douglas E. 546 
Hill. Elizabeth M. 218. 395, 485. 509 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 587 





Laundry day, which includes sheets and personal items, is an abso- 
lute must for Eastern students; however, some students forget to 
put just a cup of detergent in their wash. 




588 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Hill, James A. 372 
Hill, James D. 381. 426 

Hill. James R 296, 540 

Hill. Janie F. 

Hill. John E. 485 

Hill, Judith L. 

Hill. Julia C. 540 

Hill. Karen E 270, 508. 546 

Hill. Kathryn A. 471 

Hill. Larry L. 280, 546 

Hill. Mona L. 426 

Hill. Nancy A. M. 

Hill. Patricia A. 303, 426 

Hill, Richard P. 

Hill, Russell W. 

Hill, Ruth L. 

Hill, Samuel W. 331,465 

Hill, Sharon K. 

Hill, Stanley W. 546 

HHI. Susan E. 

Hill. William B. 

Hill. William F 

Hillard. Jackie N. 

Hillard, Jan 3 L 

Hillard. Stanley L. 

Hilliker. James D. 

Hillman, Virginia A. 311 

Hilton, Kathy 

Himes. Linda K 485 

Hincks, Judy A. 

Hindman, Mr Douglas 224 

Hindman. Joy B. 

Hindman. Larry J. 

Hindman, Nancy L. 485 

Hinds, Merry C. 546 

Hines. Daniese A, 

Hines, James W. 

Hines. Mary C 

Hines. Monica A. 

Hines. Paul D. 508, 546 

Hines. Philip R, 327 

Hines. Phillip L. 

Hines, Susan D. 426 

Hines. Verniese A. 540 

Hinkle, Belinda L. 540 

Hmkle. Deborah S. 

H.nkle. LafeS. II 

H.nkle. MaxineC. 

Hinkle. Samuel L. 426 

Hinkle Wilma J. 546 

Hinkley, Connie D. 426 

Hino, Edward J. 

Hino, Marlene A, 

Hirst. Judith K. 

Hirtzinger. Carol L. 31 1 , 485 

Hisel.Gary F 546 

Hisle. EvaS. M. 

H.sle. Gary L 

Hissom. Jack R. 247 

Hitchcock, John R. 508. 546 

Hitchner. Harriet 

H.te. Anne C. 546 

Hite. Donna J. 

Hite. Vickie D. 540 

Hitesman. Lawrence 0. 

Htx, Jeff L. 

Hoagland. Mary C. 485 

Hoagland. Robert W. 

Hoback. Charlie G. 

Hobbs, Franklin D 

Hobbs. Pamela A. 299. 546 

Hobbs. William P. 

Hochwalt. Patricia A 546 

Hocker. Ruth A. 

Hodge, John R. 466 

Hodge, Larry E. 546 

Hodge. Lloyd 

Hodge, Melame J. 546 

Hodge. Patricia A. 301 . 353. 426 

Hodgkins, Thomas G. 

Hoefer. Denise C. 

Hoefker, Jill M. 311. 426 

Hoehler. Carol A. 546 

Hoerni, Cynthia M. 

Hofe. Kenneth A. 

Hoff. Robert J. ' 

Hoffert. Jere R.485 

Hoffman, Donna S. 546 

Hoffman, Irvtn H. 540 

Hoffman. Kenneth J. 

Hoffman. Linda J. 

Hoffman. Mary T 299, 508, 546 

Hoffman. Michael D. 

Hoffman. Richard C. 540 

Hoffman, Robert E. II 426 

Hoffman. Susan J. 

Hoffmann. Leslie 

Hogan. Kevin P. 

Hogan. Lucy M. 

Hogan, Ronald D 

Hoge, Elizabeth K. 

Hogg, Roger L. 

Hohman, Margaret R. 

Hoke, Thomas M. 

Holbrook, George 546 

Holbrook, Gwendolyn 

Holbrook. Hubert L. 

Holbrook, Jesse C. 

Holbrook, Joyce E. 

Holbrook. Michael L. 546 

Holbrook, Paul 

Holbrook. Richard K. 

Holbrook, Tanya L. 471 , 546 

Holbrook. Virginia K. 359. 540 

Holderman. Patricia J. 540 

Holdstock, Michael J. 271 

Hole, Kathleen A. 540 

Holeman. Kathleen S. 301. 485 

Holfker. Jill 288 

Holman, Ronald J- 252. 357. 426 



Hollan.Gary D. 426 

Hollan. Julia A. 

Hollan. Lois A 608. 546 

Hollan. Louis 387 

Holland, Donna L. 308, 426 

Holland, Eugene W 509, 546 

Holland, Lenard A. 332, 426 

Holland, Melissa L. 540 

Holley. Janet D. 306. 546 

Holliday. Carolyn R. 

Hollidey. David T, 

Holliday, Eliza J 

Holliday, James D. 

Holliday, Robert C. 

Hollin, Sheila D. 

Hollingsworth, David 

Hollingsworth. Jeanie 

Holhster. Christine 

Hollon. Elijah D. 

Hollon, Gina G. 540 

Hollon. Roger D 

Hollon. Virginia R. 

Holloway, Frankie L 

Hollowell, Gail R. 214, 224.427 

Holly, Lana 

Holman. Belinda J. 485 

Holman. Larry A. 

Holman. Pamela A. 

Holmes. Lmda I, 427 

Holmes. Sharon K. 546 

Holoch. Carl A. 427 

Holsclaw, Dennis S 546 

Holsclaw. Sheila K. 301 . 509. 546 

Holstein, Sherry B 

Holt, Ernie J. 

Holt, Kathy G 

Holt, Melva R. 

Holt, Ray W. 

Holten. Beverly A. 509. 546 

Holten, Scott A 540 

Holthouser. Suzanne R. 299. 369. 383 

Holtkamp, Ronald W. 

Holtzclaw, Bill S. 

Holtzclaw, James R 

Holzwarth. David T 

HOMECOMING SO. 84. 86. 488 

Honchel. John F. 

Honchell. Phyliss J. C. 

Honeycutt, Patricia A. 486 

Hongsombud. V.Sid 

HONOR ROLL 198 

Hood, James M. 509. 546 

Hood. Raymond A. 509. 546 

Hood. Rebecca L. 486 

Hook. Gregory W. 252, 253. 540 

Hooper, James E, 389 

Hooper. Johnny P. 540 

Hoover, Gwendolyn 427 

Hoover. Janivee 471 

Hoover, Martin C. 

Hope, Richard A. 

Hopes. Timothy A 

Hopkins, Bonne J. 540 

Hopkins. Cynthia L. 374, 471, 546 

Hopkins, Joanetta 301 

Hopkins. Lea A. 546 

Hopkins. Mary E. 

Hopkins, Robert E. 

Hopkins. Stephen D. 

Hopkins, Walter M. 

Hopper, Ralph E 

Hopperton, Gary W 509, 546 

Hopson, Mary R. 

Horan, Joseph L. 

Hord, Betty R. 

Horn, Garry L. 

Horn. Joe A. 486 

Hornbuckle. Jeanne C. 540 

Hornsby, Cathy D. 217. 427 

Horrar, Nancy L. 558 

Horseman. Bonita J. 

Horseman, Kenneth D. 

Horseman, Nelson D. 

Horsley, Beverly J. 540 

Horton. David E. 

Horton, Douglas M. 486 

Horton, Michael D. 321 , 486 

Hoskms. Charles R. 

Hoskins. Debra S. 540 

Hoskins, Jesse 

Hoskms. Pamela G. 379. 540 

Hoskins, Patricia A 

Hoskins, Willie J. Jr. 

Houben. Kathryn S. 540 

Houchens. Jeffrey N. 

Houdeshell. Nancy K. 509, 546 

Houghtaling, Robert J. 

Houk. Katherine L. 540 

Hounchell. Monte S. 

Hounshell, Jimmy D. 

Houp, Pamela L. 509 

Houngan, Emily A. 427 

Hourigan, Roy 8. Ill 

House, Ann 540 

House, Betty B. 

House, Billy C 486 

House. Brenda D 

House, Bridget G. 381 . 540 

House, Dorothy S. 

House, Ernestine P 

House, James A 392, 509 

House, Jan M. 427 

House, Robert C 

House, Ronald T 

House, Stephen E. 

Householder, Jen-atd 

Householder. Dr. William 149, 384 

Houser, Esther B. 509. 546 

Houser, Nancy £.486 

Houser. Vickie J. 540 



Houston, Harold B. 321 , 427 

Houston, James A, 

Houston. Rebekah J. 546 

Houston, Sara L. 

Houston, Susan L 299. 428 

Hovious, Darrell N 509.546 

Howard. Or. Augustus 221 

Howard, Albert W. 

Howard, Barbara H 376. 428 

Howard. Barbara B 

Howard. Betty P. 546 

Howard. Benny 

Howard. Carol J 428 

Howard. Donald W. 

Howard. Eddie M. 540 

Howard, Edna M. H. 428 

Howard, Frank B. 

Howard. Gerald V 

Howard. Glenn F. 

Howard. Harry D 

Howard. James E 428 

Howard, Jimmy R 546 

Howard. John C. 

Howard. Judith C. 

Howard. Ledger 

Howard, Lonme D. 

Howard, Margaret L. 

Howard, Maurice E. 

Howard. Molly S. 471 . 546 

Howard, Peggy 

Howard. Pnsc. Ila P. 363, 558 

Howard, Richard G. 

Howard, Richard H 

Howard. Rickie A. 

Howard, Robert G. 

Howard. Susan 

Howard, Terry Jo S- 

Howard, Thomas E. 

Howard. Victoria L. 

Howard, Virginia W. 466 

Howard, Walter B. Jr 

Howell, Llewellyn 

Howell, Mitzi K. 

Howell, Robert E 

Howell. Stan C. 428 

Howenon. John D. 

Howitz. William L. 

Hranicky, Emil F. Jr. 

Hranicky, Jimmie C. 

Hricko, Deborah M. 308, 509 

Hrubala, Bernard E. 

Huang, Maw Shuh 

Hubbard, Amanda L. 

Hubbard, Benjamin R. 509 

Hubbard, Carol D.428 

Hubbard. David 

Hubbard. Deborah J, 509 

Hubbard. Lanny R. 

Hubbard. Ronnie L. 

Hubbard. William S. 

Huber, Lorona T. 

Huber. Mary C. 

Huber, Mary W. 305 

Huber. Stephen L. 

Huckaby, Terry A. 

Huckaby. Tim P. 

Huddleston. Donald K. 

Huddy, Joellen 486 , 

Huddy, John J. 

Hudson. Billie J.428 

Hudson. Clarence 

Hudson, Mark D. 540 

Hudson. Robert L. 

Hudspeth. Gregory F 540 

Huenefeld. Deborah S. 428 

Huenefeld. Kathleen A. 540 

Huffaker, Mary J, 

Huffman, Carolyn R. 

Huffman, Durward W. 

Huffman, Horace W. Jr. 

Huffman, Jean A. 540 

Huffman. Karen K. 

Huffman, Linda K. 486 

Huffman. Mary E. 

Huffman. Patrick O. 

Huffman. William E. 236. 237, 357 

Hufford, Joe W. 

Hughes. Arthur A. 324. 509 

Hughes, Bonita S. 

Hughes. Brenda J. 486 

Hughes. Charles 

Hughes. C. T 'Turkey" 255 

Hughes. Donna J. 

Hughes. Fanny Z. 

Hughes, Jacky fi. 509 

Hughes. James M. 558 

Hughes. John B. 251. 252 

Hughes. Joyce L. 428 

Hughes. Kay M. 486 

Hughes. Linda J. 486 

Hughes. Madonna K. 295. 509 

Hughes, Michael A. 215. 223, 313. 

486 
Hughes. Otto L. 237 
Hughes, Richard P. 486 
Hughes. William L. 324, 509 
Huguely, Garnett S. 486. 525 
Huguely, Gary L. 
Huguely, Julia E. 214. 303, 428 
Huguley, Marsha H. 303, 428 
Hull. Deborah A. 541 
Huls. Hannah R. 
Huls. Judy A. 382. 541 
Huls. Linda K.486 
Huls. R. Kenneth 
Huls, Robin L 
Hulstem, Lmda B. 
Human, Wanda L. 301 
Humbert, Bruce P. 
Humbert. Deborah L. 363. 541 



Hume, Allen T. 

Hume. Mary E, 558 

Hume, Walter A. 

Hume. William T. 

Humelsine, Ray A. 

Humes, Janet L. 

Hummel, John H. 

Humphrey, James G. 486 

Humphrey. Sherry L. 214, 429 

Humphries. Robert L. 558 

Hundley. James S. 

Hundley, John D. 

Hundley. Nancy K. 272, 541 

Huneycutt, Dinah G. 

Hungate, Georgia C. 

Hungate, Marvin L. Jr, 429 

Hungler. Debra L. 471, 509 

Hungler, Michael L. 

Hunstad, Bernie R. 486 

Hunt, Barbara B. 

Hunt. Brenda D. 509 

Hunt. Frances E.486 

Hunt, John P II 

Hunt. Mary A. 

Hunt, Phillip W. 354. 429 

Hunt, Robert W. 486 

Hunt, Ronald E. 509 

Hunt, Virginia L. 

Hunter, Ann M. 

Hunter, Charles E. 

Hunter. Edward A 541 

Hunter, Harold L. 

Hunter, Joey R. 541 

Hunter, Johnnie M. 541 

Hunter, Karen L. 306, 429 

Hunter, Linda K. 

Hunter, Margaret J. 

Hunter, Shelley 359 

Hunter. Wesley K. 

Huntsberger, Stephen 

Hurak. Thomas J. 509 

Hurd, Darrell L. 313,486 

Hurley, Steven L 258, 259. 288, 

362,509 
Hurley, Tommy M. 
Hurst. Deborah J. 308 
Hurst, Lantie O 
Hurt. Linda G 509 
Hurt, Rocky L 
Hussung, Sharon A. 
Husted, Mary L. 558 
Hutcherson, Luther C. 429 
Hutchinson. Betty S. 429 
Hutchinson, Rebecca 
Hutchison. Susan G. 
Hutchison. William E. 
Hutson, Philip C. 
Hutton, R. Eileen 
Huysman, Arnold N. 323. 429 
Huysman, Keith H. 
Hyde. Judy 
Hyden. Doris C. 
Hylton, Marjorie G. 
Hysinger. Douglas 0. 
Hysinger, Edward J. 

-I- 

lanniello, Anthony R. 

Iddmgs. Ray L. 

Idle. Kenneth R. 279. 317, 340. 

429 
Iglehart, Robert J. 332. 339, 429 
Ifantino. Blanca I. 385 
Ingalz, James A. 
Ingram. Billy J, 
Ingram. Charles R. 
Ingram, Harriett M. 
Ingram. John W. 
Ingram. Mary Jo 
Ingram, Reba 429 
Ingram, Ronald G. 
Inman, John H. 384, 486 
Inms. Philip R. 
Insko, Alice 214, 429 
Insko, Michael A. 
Insko, Randy B. 
Insko, Theresa T. 217 
IOTA LAMBA SIGMA 244 
lovine, John J. 
lovme, Libbie 510 
lovine, Rachel E. 
lovino, Brenda J. 
Iredale. Mary C. 363. 541 
Ireland. Robert C 
Irey.RocD 260. 261.324 
Irvm. Marguerite 
Irving, Rebecca D. 
Irwin, Harry C. 237. 357. 429 
Irwin, James B. 
Irwin, Victoria E 430 
Isaac. Naomi J. S. 
Isaacs. Allyn J. 
Isaacs. Carol A. 311, 349 
Isaacs. Irene H. 
Isaacs, Janet S. 
Isaacs, John E. 430 
Isaacs, Judith A. 
Isaacs. Karen G. 541 
Isaacs. Marcia 
Isaacs, Marilyn R. 
Isaacs, Mary M. 
Isaacs. Michael E. 
Isaacs. Steven D. 
Isaacs. Timothy H. 
Isham, Wilma L. W. 
Ison. Carlton E. Jr. 430 
Ison. Earl D. Jr. 
Ison. Gary L. 
Ison. Ira T 486 



Ison. Mr. Jack 237 
Ison. Joseph D, 
Ison. Kenzie P. 269 
Ison, Michael D. 
Ison. Ralph E. 
Ison. Robert B. Jr. 
Ison, Ronald E. 
Ison. Sandra K. 
Ison, Vickie R. 
Ives. Steven R. 

-J- 

Jacina, Mary A. 430 

Jackman. Cheryl J. 

Jacks, Daniel D. 

Jackson, Betty D 510 

Jackson. Brenda L 

Jackson, Connie B 

Jackson. David M. 541 

Jackson, Douglas H 

Jackson. Frances L 

Jackson. Ingrid C 

Jackson. John C. 486 

Jackson. Joseph E. 

Jackson. Judy L. 

Jackson. Kenneth T. 

Jackson. Kirk A. 

Jackson. Linda C. 

Jackson, Margie A. 471 

Jackson, Mark S 430 

Jackson, Merwyn L. 

Jackson. Michael B. 

Jackson, Patricia A. 

Jackson, Richard W. Jr. 222. 389. 4 

Jackson, Shandra K 541 

Jackson, Steven C. 486 

Jackson, Sylvia 541 

Jackson. Virginia S. 542 

Jackson, Wade G. 313. 486 

Jackson. Wanda 

Jackson, William M. 

Jackson, Willis D. 

Jacobs, Audeen P 

Jacobs, Deborah fl. 510 

Jacobs, Fritz F 558 

Jacobs, James E. 

Jacobs, Karen A 311 

Jacobs. Ricky L. 

Jacobs, Susan E.542 

James, Connie L. 

James, Evelyn D. 542 

James. Frederick A. II 

James, John D. Jr. 184.430 

James, Judith Claire 430 

James, Leslie A. 510 

James, Linda 0. 

James, Linda L. 

James, Lloyd M. 294. 296. 510 

James. Verla A, 355 

James, William J. 510 

James. William N. 

Jansen. Victoria E. 486 

Jarboe. Joseph B. 542 

Jared, Phillip L. 354, 510 

Jarrett, Charles W Jr 

Jarvis, Karen S. 

Jarvis. Lela F. 383.486 

Jarvis, Ronald A, 

Jarvis, Virginia C. 

Jasper. Mary C. 542 

Jasper. Mary L. 

Jasper. Richard C. 

Jasper, Robert B Jr. 327, 558 

Jauch, Raymond A. 266 

Javins, Tom M. 250. 252 

Jaynes. Donald E 

Jaynes, Robert L. 

Jeffers. Jo A. 510 

Jeffers. Sally N. 305, 359. 510 

Jefferson, Robert A. 

Jefferson, William G 

Jeffries. Danny J. 

Jeffries. Daphne R. 224. 382, 430 

Jeffries. Elizabeth L. 

Jeffries, Fowler E 

Jeffries. Merry J. 

Jeffries. Steven A. 

Jeffs, Vicki D.486 

Jenkins. Alice R.381 

Jenkins, Deborah A. 296, 486 

Jenkins, James R. 

Jenkins, Marcia A. 

Jenkins, Virgil C. 

Jennings, Beverly J. 

Jennings, Elizabeth G. 

Jennings. Mabel W. 224 

Jennings, Mary L. 431 

Jennings, Sondra G L. 

Jennings, Vickie F. 

Jennings. Mr. Wayne 189 

Jensen. Martha S. 542 

Jensen. V.cki D. 311, 344 

Jessee. William K. 466 

Jester. Moseill B. 

Jen. Amy P. 

Jen, Barry L. 319 

Jen, Gordon L. 327,431 

Jen. Jeffrey M. 

Jen. Ricki L. 431 

Jen, Wanda 

Jewell. D. Randall 542 

Jewell, Donald C 431 

Jewell, Luther D 510 

Jewell. Tony R. 

Jody. Brenda J 

Jody, Cathy 510 

Johanboeke. Barbara A. 

Johanboeke, Milton F 

Johns. Barry C. 431 



INDEX A\'D DIRECTORY 589 



Johns, Bobby G 

Johns, Judy K. 510 

Johns, Virginia S. 

Johnson, Betsy A. 

Johnson, Blanche M. 

Johnson, Brenda L. 510 

Johnson, Carnell 

Johnson, Carol A. 431 

Johnson, Carroll D. 

Johnson, Charles F. 247 

Johnson, Charles G 

Johnson. Clayton M 486 

Johnson, Dannie L. 

Johnson, David G 

Johnson, David P. 296 

Johnson, Dayle A. 486 

Johnson, Derrick D. 542 

Johnson, Dewey L 

Johnson, Diane R. 

Johnson, Dorothy J. 

Johnson, Douglas R 

Johnson, Eileen D 

Johnson. Elanda 542 

Johnson. Eudell D. 

Johnson, Eunice B. 

Johnson, Fleetwood 

Johnson, Fred Jr 

Johnson, George R. 

Johnson. Gwendolyn E. 

Johnson, Helen 542 

Johnson, Ishmeal E. 

Johnson, Jacqueline C. 

Johnson, James S 223,362,558 

Johnson, James W 47 

Johnson, John W. 

Johnson, Joyce A. 

Johnson. Judy G. C. 

Johnson, Judy R. 

Johnson, Karen G. 

Johnson. Kay A 380, 510 

Johnson, Keen D. 

Johnson, Marcia L. 

Johnson, Margaret A 

Johnson, Marsha D. 510 

Johnson, Mary J. 466 

Johnson, Merle 354,486 

Johnson, Micheal D. 

Johnson, Micheal L. 486 

Johnson, Mike D 

Johnson, Nancy 

Johnson, Nancy J. 

Johnson. Noble T 379 

Johnson. Patricia A. 558 

Johnson. Patricia H. 

Johnson. Paul S 

Johnson, Paula G. 558 

Johnson. Phil 222 

Johnson, Philip 

Johnson, Ralph T. 361 

Johnson, Ralph V 

Johnson. Randy T. 486 

Johnson, Richard D. 

Johnson. Ronald C. 

Johnson. Ruth A 

Johnson, Ruth D. P 

Johnson, Stephen 111 431 

Johnson, Stephen T. 201. 215, 216, 

244, 313, 510 
Johnson, Suzanne F 
Johnson, Terrence A. 323. 510 
Johnson, Walter L. 
Johnson. William C 
Johnson, William G 
Johnson, Winnie S. 216, 510 
Johnson, Worley Jr. 542 
Johnson, Yvette A. 510 
Johnston, Arnold O Jr 
Johnston, Jean E 471 
Johnston, Richard C 323, 486 
Johnston, Ruth 510 
Johnstone, Mary A 
Jolly, Dwan R. 
Jones, Adda G. 
Jones, Allie F. 
Jones, Alma T. 
Jones. Anita M. 
Jones, Belinda L. 558 
Jones, Benny E. 
Jones, Beth M. 
Jones, Beverly 558 
Jones, Bobby L 
Jones, Bonnie J. 510 
Jones, Brian C 
Jones, Catherine C. 542 
Jones, Cheryl E. 431 
Jones. Chris 255, 256 
Jones. Coy L. 
Jones, Cynthia L. 542 
Jones, Daniel E. 
Jones, David 225 
Jones, David M. 486 
Jones, David P. 486 
Jones, Deborah S. 293, 542 
Jones. Debra A. 486 
Jones, Denise E 
Jones, Dewey E. 
Jones, Dianne C 271, 510 
Jones, Donald L. 
Jones, Edward E. Ill 
Jones, Elmer 
Jones, Emanuel R. Jr. 
Jones, Ernest S. 
Jones, Evan A. 
Jones, Freeda G. 
Jones, Gary A. 
Jones, Gary L. 
Jones, George R. 
Jones. Gerald R. 
Jones, Harry B 510 
Jones, Harry T. 



Jones 


Harvey J. 


Jones 


Hugh A. 


Jones 


Jack W. 


Jones 


James M. 


Jones 


James M. 


Jones 


Janet A. 


Jones 


Jason A. 


Jones 


Jeffrey L. 


Jones 


Jennifer S. 


Jones 


Jerry S. 


Jones 


John S. Jr. 


Jones 


Johnnie G. 


Jones 


Judy C. 542 


Jones 


Judy G. 510 


Jones 


Karen C. 511, 558 


Jones 


Karen L. 


Jones 


Kenneth L. 542 


Jones 


Kenny R. 


Jones 


KingB. 


Jones 


Leah J. 376 


Jones 


Leigh A. 542 


Jones 


Linda A 542 


Jones 


Linda G. 


Jones 


Lisa M. 299 


Jones 


Lloyd H. Jr. 


Jones 


Michael A. 


Jones 


Nancy A. 355, 431 


Jones 


Norman 


Jones 


Norman E. 


Jones 


Norris D. 


Jones 


Odean 


Jones 


Patrick G. 542 


Jones 


Patsy J 


Jones 


Peggy D. 


Jones 


Raymond W. 


Jones 


Rebecca D 


Jones 


Richard R. 


Jones 


Richard W. 


Jones 


Ricky L. 


Jones 


Roger N 


Jones 


Sharon B. 431 


Jones 


Shirley A 542 


Jones 


Stephen H. 


Jones 


Suzanne R. 542 


Jones 


Teddy D 


Janes 


Thomas B. 542 


Jones 


Thomas C. 486 


Jones 


Timothy C 254, 255 


Jones 


Timothy D. 


Jones 


Vicki L. 272. 301.486 


Jones 


Vicki R. 542 


Jones 


Wallena 380, 486 


Jones 


Wendell R. 542 


Jones 


William D. 


Jones 


William L. 


Jones 


William M. 


Jordan. Anna F. 


Jordan, Barry L. 


Jorda 


, David 


Jordan, Edna M. 


Jordan, Janet L. C. 


Jordan, Martha A 431 


Jordan, Mary J. 51 1 


Jordan. Ronnie G. 


Jordan. Stephanie K. 543 


Joseph. Charles W. 


Joyce 


William B. 


Judd, 


Pamela K. 308. 511 


Judge 


Patricia M. 511 


Judy. 


Gerald D. 


Judy. 


Karen 


Juett, 


James C. 


Juicers. Joy 276 


Jungk 


urth. Randy L. 249,558 


Jupin 


Lawrence R. 361, 486 


JJurek 


Elizabeth J. 511 


Justice, Chester Jr. 51 1 


Justice, Clayton 


Justice. Doris H. 


Justice, Marsha D. 431 


Justice, Paul W. 


Justice, Phoebe E. C. 


.rUStlC 


'.Sandra L. 486 


Justice, William W. 486 


Justice, Willis H. 


Jyers, 


Dean 288 



-K- 

Kaelin. Lawrence W. 255. 237. 323 

Kahlo. Margaret D 

Kaiser, Vivian E.543 

Kale, Edwin T. 511 

Kalker, Larry J. 247 

Kallop, Jerry L. 319, 431 

Kalmey, Janet F, 

Kalmey. Joyce A. 

Kandle, Kathleen M. 305, 486 

Kandle, Kirk M. 327. 343, 350 

Kanzinger, Robert C. 

Kaplan, Virginia G. 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 319 

KAPPA ALPHA THETA 309. 562 

KAPPA DELTA 310 

KAPPA DELTA PI 224 

KAPPA IOTA EPSILON 214 

KAPPA MU EPSILON 299 

KAPPA PI DELTA 309 

KAPPA PSI ALPHA 370 

Kareth, Karen E. 383. 511 

Karpinsky, Constance 

Karpmsky, Michael W. 203 

Karr, Linda M. 543 

Karr. Mary H. 378, 543 

Karrer, Kathleen A. 471 

Karrer, Michael A, 

Karnck, Katherin L. 431 

Kathlma, James W. 

Kauffman. Joan S. 

Kauflmann, Bruce P. 



Kaufman. David S. 

Kaufman, Frank E. 

Kaufman, Nancy C 543 

Kaufman, Ronald L 

Kavana, James E. 

Kavanaugh, Marilyn J 

Kavanaugh, William L. 

Kawaia. Galib E. 331 

Kawaja. Mary A 471 

Kaylor. Dan E. 324 

Kays, Daniel T. 543 

Kays, Jerry D 

Kays, Joseph L. 

Kays, Rudy M 324, 486 

Kazlauskas, John M. 

Keal, Dean A 

Keal, Renard R. 

Kearns, John M. 319, 431 

Kearns. Marlena B.487 

Kearns, Meredith W. 

Kearns, Phillip W. 

Kebbe, Stanley E. 

Keck, James H. 

Keck, Norma R 431 

Kedmg, Elaine M. 

Keeling, Sharon L. 511 

Keen, Johnny R. 

Keen, Purl K. 377 

Keenan. Douglas E 

Keene, Rebecca L 487 

Keeney. Ann F. 

Kees, Debra A. 543 

Kees, Linda J- 204, 224, 380, 431 

Keeton, Cynthia R. A. 

Keeton, James L 51 1 

Keeton, William R 

Kefauver, Patty J 

Keffer. Linda R 487 

Keith, Barbara N. 

Keith, Brenda L. 

Keith, Don 

Keith, Floretta E. 

Keith, Joan E.487 

Keith, Nadle F 220, 378. 383, 431 

Kelhoffer, Charles I 288 

Kelien, Debra J. 543 

Kellar. John W. Jr. 

Keller. Charles A. 

Keller, Marsha E K. 

Keller. Thomas E 295, 511 

Kellerman, Karen A. 374. 431 

Kelley, Barbara D. 487 

Kelley, Donald W. 

Kelley, Donna L 

Kelley. James G. 

Kelley. James R. 

Kelley, Jo A, 

Kelley. John M. 

Kelley, Larry S 471 

Kelley. Nancy L. J. 

Kelley, Nancy S. 431 

Kelley. Peggy L 

Kelley, Ralph D 431 

Kelley, Robert B 313, 431, 487 

Kelley. Robert W. 

Kelley, Sandra G S. 

Kelley, Sarah K. 511 

Kelley, William F, 

Kellis. Thomas L 323,487 

Kelly, Daniel F. 543 

Kelly, Jerry L. 

Kelly, John C. 

Kelly. Ralph D 362 

Kelly, Robert D. 323 

Kelly, Tish B. 311,487 

Kelsay, Kenneth S. 200, 221 

Kelso. Cynthia A 382, 511 

Kemble, Margaret K. 

Kemerly, Ricky L.511 

Kemp, Jean A 

Kemper, Betty L. 466 

Kemper, Debra C 

Kemper. Jacqueline A. 543 

Kemper, John T. Jr. 225 

Kemper, Mary A 51 1 

Kendall, Ritchie H 

Kendrick, Fauna J 

Kendrick, Lora G, 

Kendrick, Maxine 

Kendrick. William Jr. 

Kennedy, Albert S. 

Kennedy. Anthony W. 

Kennedy, Cheryl O 542, 543 

Kennedy. Donna E. 301 

Kennedy, Frances F. 543 

Kennedy, Ian H. C. 

Kennedy, Jennifer L. 192 

Kennedy, Judy G 466 

Kennedy, Karen S. 

Kennedy, Margaret A. 543 

Kennedy. Marie A. 

Kennedy, Patricia S. 

Kennedy. Teresa J. 

Kennedy. Vernon E. 

Kenner. Ronald L. 

Kennedy. Bridget R. 543 

Kenney, Henry C. 543 

Kennison. Brian 

Kenny, Susan L. 543 

Kent, James A 296 

Kepler, David M. 223, 374, 487 

Kepler. Jill H. 

Kern. Angela 305 

Kersey. David J. 558 

Kersey. Kyle 

Kesel. Nancy C 487 

Kesner, Vonda L 

Kessler, David L. 

Kessler. Mary C.431 

Ketron, Frank L. 



Kettler, Michael A. 221, 487 

Kettler. Father Ron 221 

Key, Clarences. 543 

Keyes, John L. 

Keys, Beryl S. 271 

Kibbey, Linda F. 543 

Kidd, Bettina E. 110,431 

Kidd, Brenda L. 487 

Kidd, Evelyn M.431 

Kidd, Hildreth C. 

Kidd, Howard K 354,487 

Kidd. Jackie L 543 

Kidd, Linda G. 

Kidd, N.ki A. 

Kidd, Mr Roy 229,236.237 

Kidd, Randy G 

Kidd, Rita G. 543 

Kidd. Sandra A. 288. 487 

Kidd, Sharyan L. 431 

Kidd. Virginias. 471 

Kiddoo, Pamela S. 301 , 353, 51 1 

Kidwell. Boyd B. 319 

Kidwell, Calvin D 543 

Kidwell, Goldie C 431 

Kidwell. Herman W. 

Kidwell, James S Jr 

Kidwell. Richard L. 

Kiefer, David T. 327 

Kilburn, Lucille 

Kilgore, Joyce K. 511 

Killen, Judith A. 

Kim, Yon 

Kimball. Gail L.511 

Kimbrough, Clarence 

K.mbrough, Reed D. 321 . 353. 374. 

487 
Kimellon. Dwight T. 
Kinberger, Barbara L. 305.487 
Kincaid. Ernest D. Jr. 
Kincaid. Harold F. 511 
Kmcer, Garnard C. 432 
Kincer, Mary J. H. 
Kmcer, Roger D. 466 
Kmcer, Ronald D II 
Kmch, Pnscilla D. 
Kinder, Janice E.432 
Kindler, Thomas 
Kindred, Gladys E. 
King, Addie R 432 
King, Andrew J, 
King, Annbruce G 306. 51 1 
King. Barbara A 
King, Belinda J. 543 
King, Carol E 
King. Connie R 543 
King, Denzil O. 
King, Doris H. 
King, Edward Jr. 230, 237 
King, James C. 
King. Jeffery W. 
King, John M. 
King. Joseph C. 543 
King. Karen S. 511 
King, Kathleen E. 293. 543 
King, Keith C 
King, Kenneth D. 
King, Mitchell W. 
King, Pamela K 487 
King, Patti J. 466 
King. Ralph E. 
King, Samuel E. 
King, Sharon J 
King, Shirley R. 432 
King, Vinada M. 543 
Kmgsolver, Anne C 
Kingsolver, Roy S 
K.nker. Paula S 221, 224. 432 
Kinman. Barry G 
Kmman, Benjamin T. 324 
Kinman. Deborah L. 
Kinman, Judy L, 383, 432 
Kinman, Rinda A. 
Kmmon, Dorothy A. 380,432 
Kmnaird, Michael W. 
Kinnard. Larry W. 166 
Kinnard, Susan B. 
Kmne, William D. 
Kinnetz, Eugene J. 
Kinney. Andre 
Kinney, Charles L. 
Kinsolvmg, Lucien L 511 
Kinstler, Joan M. 
Kipp. Joan P. 
Kirby. Bryan W. 288 
Kirby, Ethel M. 
Kirby, Roger D. 
Kirchdorfer, Dorothy 511 
Kirchner, Clarence C. 214 
Kirk, Deborah J. 395, 543 
Kirk, Jim 393 
Kirk. John B 
Kirk, Ken E. 

Kirk, Stephen R 317,487 
Kirkland, Allene Y. 
Kirkpatrick, Teresa M. 359, 543 
Kirksey, Larry 230, 235, 237. 487 
Kirsch, John N. 
Kirzinger, Robert S. 
Kiser, David R. 
Kiser, Eric P. 511 
Kiser, James E. 
Kissick, Diana F. 
Kissick, Roger C. 
Kissinger, Gayle E. S 
Kitchen. Mona F. 
Kiteck, Jennie B. 
Kiteck, Paul D. 
Klamo, Jo A 

Kleckner, Karen D 385, 487 
Klein. Amelia J. 



Klein. Dennis M.317 

Klein, Kenneth C 252. 357, 432 

Klein, Raymond G. 

Kleme, Mr. Glen 26, 219 

Kle.ne, Glen A. W. 

Kleme, Joan K.432 

Kleykamp, Joseph K. 

Kline, Janice K. 543 

Kline, Luann 543 

Klopfer, Michael J 212, 215,313, 

432 
Klosterman, Debra A 543 
Knapp, William F. 
Knarr. Emma C. 511 
Knauer, Shirley M.432 
Knecht. Thomas L. 
Kneisel, Richard L. 
Kn.fley, Peggy J. 466 
Knight, Alice M. 387, 487 
Knight, Cynthia I. 511 
Knight, Joe F. Jr. 332 
Knight, Laura L. 305. 332, 339. 487 
Knight. Patricia A. 
Knight, Patricia C. 511 
Knight, Robert W. 247 
Knight. Susan G 543 
Knipple, Janet M. 511 
Knipple, Mary E 511 
Knowles. Thomas C 432 
Knox, Carole T. 487 
Knox. Cassie R. 
Knuckles, Susan F. 
Knudsen, Barbara I. 355, 369, 432 
Knuehl, Marietta 295. 387. 543 
Koch, Richard J Jr. 
Koenig, Kathleen M 487 
Koenigstein. Deborah 543 
Koeninger, Dave M 
Koger. David B. 
Koger. Helen N. 
Kogutek. Michael D 
Kohl. Patricia A. 382. 511 
Kohlbecker, Kathy A 558 
Kohler, Becky L. 
Kohler, John E. 
Kohls, Bernard R.432 
Koier, Rebecca L. 
Kok, Barbara D 277 
Kok, Kevin O. 
Kokinda, James A 
Kolb, Deborah R. 543 
Kolloff, Margaret B. 
Koman, Susan M. 511 
Konkol, Nancy E. 543 
Konnfeld, Stephen G. 432 
Koonce. Mary G. 543 
Kopp, Garry W. 
Kopp, Louis W, 543 
Kopp, Margaret E. 543 
Koppenhoefer. Ted R. 
Kornfield, Stephen G. 
Kornrumpf, Sandra A. 
Koshewa, James A 
Kowalski. Robert J. 
Krahenbuhl. Gail E 
Krahenbuhl, Jennings 
Kraig, Alice K.432 
Kramer, Oanny L. 432 
Kramer, John A. 324 
Kramer, Susan J. 543 
Kranz, Karen E. 308, 511 
Kratch, Karen R. 543 
Kratzwald, Emily L 
Kraus. Steven P. 
Krauth, Linda S. 215, 511 
Krautwater, Kathryn A 51 1 
Kron. Karen S. 
Kropp, Nancy E 271.466 
Krucker, Richard S 
Krueger, Daniel W. 313, 543 
Kruschwitz. Karen L 
Kuchenbrod. Karen L. 176, 432 
Kuehn. Regma M. 
Kuehne, Maria 
Kuffner.Carla A. 511 
Kuhn, Gregory A. 237 
Kuhn. Kenneth L. 
Kuhnhenn, Gary L 466 
Kunst, Krisand L.432 
Kupper. Mark E. 543 
Kurapkat. Margaret A 488 
Kurk, James H 488 
Kurtz. Richard E 
Kutchback, Robert C. 215, 332 
Kuykendall, Philip A. 
Kwak, Michiko 
Kwak. Dr. Taw h wciii 222 
Kwozalla.Steffani L. 308 



La Favers, Michael J. 511 

La Follette. Max E. 

La Fontaine, Martha A 543 

La Rue. Jacqueline B. 

Lacaden, Lenetta 306. 359. 511 

Lacey, Clifford A. 

Lackey, Elizabeth D. 511 

Lackey, Maurice L. 

Ladenburger, Nicholas 

Lagassee, Barbara J. 

Lainhart, Deborah C. 

Lainhart, Larry D 

Laird, Jennifer L.511 

Lake, David L.432 

Lake. Gloria J, 

Lake, Jo A. 

Lake, Linda R. 

Lake, Nancy D. 

Lake. Scarlet S. 543 









590 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 




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Lake. Terrv L 432 

Lakes. Kenneth W. 

Lamarr, Janice C. 

Lamb, Darryl R. 

Lamb, Jerry G 511 

Lamb. Mary A. 432 

Lambdin, Kenneth B. 

Lambdin, Paula D 369. 488 

Lambert. Arthur D 

Lambert, Charles H 

Lambert. Danny C. 

Lambert, James J 

Lambert, Thomas L 

Lampton, Ellen L 385. 432 

Lancaster. Dwight L 384. 543 

Lancaster. Rita L 543 

Lancaster. Sharon B 

Land. Chervl A. B. 

Land.Glona J 216.432 

Land. Reeta K 543 

Lander, Walden E. 

Landis. Kristie A 544 

Landis, Susan P 544 

Landrum, Brenda G 432 

Landrom, Raymond K. 377 

Lane, Brenda S. 488 

Larw, Dr. Benme R. 170 

Lane. Danny D. 149, 432 

Lane, David R 295. 354 

Lane, Dennis L 384, 432 

Lane. Donald G 

Lane, Jackie L. 

Lane. Karen A 363 

Lane. Kathy K. 

Lane, Michael K 

Lane. Pamela 558 

Lane, Patricia A. 

Lane, Pnscilla A 

Lane. Stephen C 

Lane, Steven K 544 

Lane. Walter B. 

Lanfersiek. Michael N 324.433 

Lang. Dean E 544 

Lang. Judith M 359. 544 

Lang. Sally J 544 

Langdon. Deborah A. 

Langdon. Sylvia 544 

Lange. Bruce M 358 

Lange. Linda C. 

Lange. Nancy J 544 

Langer. Daniel R 

Langhorst. Andrea C. 433 

Langley, Mona G. 544 

Langman. Regina 8 216 

Langston, Howard V 

Lanham. Anne R 

Lanham. Sandra G 

Lanham, Timothy J. 51 1 

Lanier, John R 315, 511 

Lamer, Mary H. 



Lamer. Paul W. 315.488 

Lankheit, Vivian L. 295, 544 

Lankster. Branson A. 

Lanter. Joe B. 

Lanier, Paul C. 288. 511 

Lanter. Ted W. 

Lape, Patricia A. 511 

Larkey. James D. 

Larkins, Michael E. 288. 544 

Larmour. James J. 

Larue. Jacqueline B. 544 

Lashbrooke. Paul D 488 

Lashorne. Stephen C 

Lathrop. Phyllis H. 

Latimer, Karen A 198, 205. 214, 224. 

293.383.387.433 
Lato. Sally J. 544 
Laubenthgl, Gary D 332 
Laughlm. James F 
Laurence. Stephen M. 
Lavallee. Suzanne M. 433 
Lavelle, Jerry W 
La Valley, Lizbeth K 299 
Lawler, Deborah L. 471 
Lawler. Mark A 558 
Lawless. Jeanie S. 
Lawrence. Deborah 511 
Lawrence, Dennis W. 354, 488 
Lawrence, Gary S 488 
Lawrence, Mary M. 
Lawson. Carl E. Jr. 
Lawson, Constance M. 
Lawson, Deborah 216.488 
Lawson, Frank D. 
Lawson. Fred 
Lawson. Gary A. 384 
Lawson. Harry B 488 
Lawson. Henrietta 471 
Lawson. James F. 328 
Lawson. Joan L 
Lawson, Karen J. 
Lawson. Patricia B. 
Lawson. Patsy L. 433 
Lawson. Peggy R. 51 1 
Lawson. Robert S 
Lawson, Ronnie S. 
Lawson. Stanley G. 
Lawton, William C. 
Lav. Arhe J Jr 
Lav. Claude R Jr 433 
Lay. Lois A 544 
Laycock, Michael G 
Layford, Mary J. 
Layman. Gary L. 
Layne. David A. 
Layne. Freda L 488 
Layne, James D 
Layne. Virda R. M. 
Layne. Waynette 
Laytart. Robert W 



Lav'on. Anne W 544 

Lavton, Cecil B 488 

Lazza. Linda A. 

Le Blanc, Aileen L. 369 

Le May. Peggy A 

Le Valley. Lisbeth K. 

Leach, Brenda G 

Leach, Kathy J 433 

Leach. James P. 488 

Leach, Jerry D. 

Leach. Judy C, D. 

Leach, Kathy J 

Leach. Mr Leslie 147 

Leader. Reba J 

League, John R 

Leake. Beverly J D 

Leake, Brenda G 

Leake, John C 433 

Leake. Joseph C 

Leaman, James S 

Lear. Rice W 206. 331 . 434 

Leary. Carolyn A P. 

Leary. Larry L. 

Leathers, Donald R Jr 

Leathers, Joyce 

Leathers. Mary S. 544 

Leavell. James F. 488 

Leavell, Martha R. 511 

Leavell, Woodie G 384.488 

Ledbetter, Mike R 544 

Ledbetter. Timothy R 544 

Ledford, Kenneth H 

Ledford. Laura D 

Ledford, Norman A. 

Ledlord, Patricia D. M 

Ledtord. Richard £ 

Ledford, Ronald M 

Lee. Chee 

Lee. David A 

Lee. David M. 

Lee. Frances N 51 1 

Lee. Dr. James A. 171 

Lee. James A. Jr 

Lee. James J. 

Lee. John D 

Lee, Lok 

Lee. Mary H 

Lee, Michele B. 

Lee. Nadine 387 

Lee. Roy D. 

Lefevers, Arthur Jr 544 

Letevers, Jerry W. 

Lefevers. Lonnie S M. 219. 434 

Lege I, Daniel J 315, 512 

Leger. Robert E. 

Lehman, Madonna L. 51 2 

Leigh. Harold K. 

Leis. Louis C 544 

Leith, Dalton W. 

Leilh, Kathryn C 



Leksrisawat. Satian 

Lemay. Peggy A. 434 

Lenahan. Thomas D. 

Lenberger, Shern L. 512 

Lennart, Adrienne H 388, 512 

Lenox, Richard A 

Lent;. James L. 

Lentz, Steven F. 313, 512 

Lenz, Joseph A. 362 

Lenz. Philip A. 

Leonard. Anna M S 

Leonard. Barbara A 544 

Leonard. Luanda J. 544 

Leonhardt, Mark J. 

Leslie. Darrell K. 

Leslie. Judith M 

Lester. Denis C 

Lester. Edwin C. 

Lester. Marilyn G.544 

Lethgo. Deborah A. 

Letton. Thomas L. 

Letton, William P 

Leung, Dr. Samuel 169 

Leunia. Jill 355 

Leunig, Jill A 214.221.434 

Levailey. Lisbeth K. 512 

Levendge, Eloise M 

Levine. George J 

Levme. Jacqueline A, 

Levy. David R 558 

Lewallen, Carl L. 512 

Lewis, Anne J 471 

Lewis, Beverly C 512 

Lewis. Bruce R 

Lewis. Carolyn S. 

Lewis, Charles R 

Lewis. Dr. Clyde J. 140 

Lewis, David E 434 

Lewis. Deborah K 512 

Lewis. Duane A. 434 

Lewis. George E 

Lewis. George E 

Lewis, Jackie E 

Lewis. James C. 

Lewis. Janet K 

Lewis. Jeanne H D 

Lewis, Jerry L. 

Lewis, Linda G 

Lewis, Mervyn 249, 256. 321 . 362 

Lewis. Robert S 41. 362. 512 

Lewis. Ruth B. 

Lewis, Shirley M 434 

Lewis, Susan G 

Lewis, Tessella 512 

Lewis, Ton. K. 221, 311. 488 

Lewis, William W 

Lewter, Billy R. 

LIBRARY 46.47 

Lightenberger Clay 434 

Lichty. Coach Dan 253 



Lickert, Susan K 471 

Light. Dorothy R. 558 

Lightner, Linda J. 434 

Likins, Coleen 

Lile. John B 

Lilly, Barbara J. 

Lilly, Robert A. 

Linden, Kay L. 

Linder, Earnest J 

Lindon, Bruce 

Lmdquist, Thomas W 

Lindsay. Brian 221 

Lindsay. "Doc" Bryan E. 142 

Lmebach, Sandra E. 544 

Lmebauga. David C 

Link. Wilma C. 

Lmkous, Diania C. 

Lmnenkohl. Susan C. 295. 387 

Linville. Nannie L 

Lmz, Vicki A 544 

Lipp5, Joyce 

Lipps. Katherme 434 

Lippv, John J. 

Lippy. Julia M 288 

Lisanby. William C. 

Lis.. Richard R 295,434 

List, Sharon R. C. 

Lister. Gerald R 

Little. Bobby G, 

Little. Carole A 434 

Little, Ceiestme A 

Little Cindy L 544 

LITTLE COLONELS DRILL TEAM 359 

Little. David S 435 

Little, Helen L. 

Little. Larry J 

Little. Linda R. 

Little, N Clayton 

Little. Norman 512 

Little, Palms E. 

Little, Patsy Y. 435 

Little, Rebecca J 

Little. Thomas W 

Little, Warren B 

Littleton, Berty C. 435 

Littleton, Teresa J 

Luton, George W. D 

Litirel", Phillip S 

Littrell. Terrence A 

Livengood, Brenda N. 

Liv.ngood, Rita G. 435 

Lloyd. Connie P. 

Lloyd, David M 331 

Lloyd. David W 

Lloyd, Donald J. 

Lloyd. Polly C 488 

Lo Buono. Gregory A. 

Loader, Teresa K 305. 351 . 476. 488 

Lobb. Ronald G. 

Lobono, Vincent J. 

Lochner. Diane L. 

Lock, John W. 

Locke, Marilyn S 512 

Locker, Teresa K. 

Locknane, Larry G. 435 

Lockr.dge, Billy 435 

Lockndge, Billy R 220. 288, 324 

Lockridge. Janet L. 512 

Lockyer. Ruth E 

Loeb.Tmaf 294.512 

Loewenstme. Richard 264. 265. 284. 

357,488 
Loftin. William G. 512 
Lotus. Carla Y 355. 435 
Logan. Donald K 
Logan. Margie B. 435 
Logston. Gary D 
Lohr. Emil M. 
Lorr. Luther S. 544 
Lohr. Valerie J. 
Loman, James A 
Lomax. Marilyn Y. 544 
London. Charles J 335 
Long. Bobbie D 
Long. Charles R 
Long, Gary M 512 
Long, Gene R 512 
Long, Gwen G 435 
Long, Jane R 435 
Long. Jarvis K. 
Long, John D. 
Long, Kenneth J 558 
Long, Larry M 
Long. Lorraine L. 
Long, Marilyn H. 
Long. Michael T 
Long, William H. 
Longaker. Frank E. 361 
Longorta. Noe A. 374 
Loosch, Barbara L. 544 
Losh. Becky K 544 
Lott. Rebecca A 
Louden. Robert W 
Louderback, Demse 512 
Louis. Stephan M 
Love. Carolyn S. 512 
Love. Richard F 

Lovelace. Connie R 37. 296, 544 
Lovell. Belinda E. V 
Lovell, Mountioy J 
Lovely, Charles W. 435 
Lovely. George A 488 
Lovely. Sandra K. 
Lovins, Bobby R. 
Lowe. Donna M. 435 
Lowe, Garry L. 544 
Lowe, Siephen F. 
Lowe. Susan L. 512 
Lowen, Manam J 
Lowery. Betty C. 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 591 



Lowery, Charles Jr. 512 

Lowery, Pamela L. 512 

Lowry, Jerry D. 

Loy. Irene 

Loy, Janet L. 471 

Loyd, Betty S. 

Lucas, Glenn C. 

Lucas. Martin H. 

Lucas, Robert M. 

Lucas. Rosetta 222. 288, 389, 4£ 

Lucas. Russell L. 

Luckett. Jams M 512 

Luckett, Philip L. 488 

Luerman. Nancy A. 544 

Luken.Tern A 217, 488 

Lumsden. Barbara E. 382. 512 

Lunceford, George D 

Lundy. Edward T 

Lundy. Sandra K 512 

Lundy, Sharon F 544 

Lundy, William R. 

Luning, George M. 324 

Lunsford, Eric B 374 

Lunsford, Gary L. 

Lunsford, James B 

Lunsford, Larry J 

Lunsford, Loretta S 

Lusco, Pete Jr. 

Lush, Charles 225 

Lusk, Polly A 

Lester. Pamela M 544 

Lutes, Ronald 

Luikenhoff, Robert W. 512 

Luttrell. Nancy L. 

Luxon, Kenneth G 

Lykins, Connie J 544 

Lykins, James O 

Lyle. George W 

Lyle, Lynda M. 224 

Lyman. James T 

Lynch. Brenda S 384, 436 

Lynch, Carolyn S. 436 

Lynch, Charles E. Jr. 

Lynch. Donna M. 291 , 544 

Lynch. Georgia K 

Lynch, Janice A. 369 

Lynch. Jerry T 

Lynch, John R 

Lynch, John W. Jr. 384 

Lynch. Phyllis D. 

Lynch, Robert S 

Lynch, Sharon A M. 

Lynch, Steve A. 

Lynch, William C Jr 

Lynn. Anthony D. 

Lynn, John L 

Lynn, Sherrill 

Lynn. Thomas F. 

Lyon. Joe A. 512 

Lyon. Willis R 

Lyons. David L 384, 436 

Lyons, Jack L. 

Lyons, James L 237 

Lyons, Larry R. 

Lyons, Reesa L. 544 

Lyons, Violet M 

Lyons. Zachary T 

Lytle, Cynthia M 544 

Lyttle. Gail L 303. 335.488 

-M- 

MacDonald. Elizabeth 214.437 
MacGill, Peter L. 
McGill. Rotha L A 
Macaulay, Phylhs A. 512 
Mack, Anna M. 
Mack, Elaine 306 
Mack. Kim A. 
Mack, Linda D. 512 
Macke. Stephen J. 31 5, 489 
Mackenzie. Deborah A. 
Mackenzie, James C. 317.438 
Mackerley, Roberta R. 
Mackerley, Thomas W. 
Mackey, Howard C. 
Mack.n. Ann H 221. 301. 489 
Mackin, Michael D. 
Mackzum. Patti A. 545 
Macy. Georgia R. 545 
Madden. Evelyn S 
Madden. Frank B. 
Madden. James C 
Madden. Linda S. 215. 294 
Madden, Nancy T. 545 
Madden, Patsey F 
Maddox. John M 
Madison, Donald K. 
Madison. Janice M. 438 
Madon, Vicki C. 489 
Madsen. Diane 
Magato. Dale J. 
Magers, Jeffrey S, 512 
Magers, Vera L 545 
Maggard, James S. 
Maggard. Linda S 512 
Maggard, Robert E. 
Maggard, Sheila R. 1 50, 489 
Maggard. Steven E. 
Maguire, Clayton C. 
Mahan, Daugherty W. 
Mahan. Michael R. 545 
Maher, James A. 327 
Mahon, Gay N. 545 
Mahuron, Roger L 
Maier, Jack M. 545 
Maier, Jill A. 
Maines. Robert D. 513 
Mainous, Jerry P. 
Mams. Joyce A. 512 



Mams, Patty L. 269. 294, 387. 513 

Mak.n, Jerry W 466 

Maiachowski. Sandra L. 

Malcomb, Nita C. 558 

Maley, Lynn A. 37, 541 

Mallory. James R. 

Malone, Kathleen S. 

Malone. Valerie L. 

Maloney, Daniel G. 249. 545 

Manakee, Ellen S. 

Mandt, Stephen A. 

Manes, Robert D. 

Mangus, Lisa E. 

Manion. Debby C. 311. 353,438 

Manion. William P. 

Manis. Mary A. H. 

Manley, Carol A. 489 

Mann, James R. 

Mann, Marion K M. 

Mann. Mark D. 545 

Mann, Nancy A. 

Mannen, Christine F. 438 

Manning, John L. 

Manning, Joseph C. Jr 215, 220, 362, 

489 
Manning, Linda S. 513 
Manos, Robert G 
Mansfield, Karen J. 
Mansfield. Patricia L. 
Mantel, Linda S 218.489 
Manz, Kathryn J 
Maras. Robert R 
March, Patricia A. 
Marcket, James V, 438 
Marcket. Kathy A 
Marcum, Carole L. N. 438 
Marcum, Daryl D. 545 
Marcum, Ed 
Marcum, Edward R 
Marcum, Ina J. 438 
Marcum, Joseph S. 
Marcum, Lucy C. 513 
Marcum, Martha L. 545 
Marcum, Michael L. 
Marcum, Ralph W. 
Marcum, Robert III 
Marcum, Virginia C. 545 
Marcus, Roger L. 
Mardis. Josephine S- 
Marema, Jack G. 
Marema. Nancylee 
Marinelli, Robyn A. 
Marionneaux, Dr Donald L, 172 
Markesbery, William R. 
Marks. Pamela S. 
Marks, Richard L 438 
Marksberry, James R 327 
Markus. Bernard J. Ill 
Marlin. Miriam C. 
Marl.n. Scott W. 
Marlin. William K. 
Marlow, Marae L 293. 489 
Marlow, Sharon L. 387, 489 
Marlowe, Anne F 
Marlowe, Jayne L, 215, 308, 513 
MarmiNot, Daryl P. 513 
Marrow, Tom 323 
Marsh, Kathryn 489 
Marsh. Thomas 0. 
Marshall. Ann F. 
Marshall, Camilla E. S. 
Marshall, Charles M. 335, 350. 438 
Marshall, Clarence P. 
Marshall, Claudia M. 359. 489 
Marshall. David G. 
Marshall, James 
Marshall. John Jr. 
Marshall, Leroy 
Marshall, Letha 489 
Marshall. Linda S. 489 
Marshall, Richard E. 384,489 
Marshall. Thomas F. Jr 247 
Marshall. Thomas K 
Marshall, Virginia 471 
Marshall. Wallace A. 
Marshall, William T 
Martello, Kev.n D 513 
Martello, Michael J. 
Martin, Allie B. 
Martin, Mrs. Anna 132 
Martin. Brenda 
Martin. Canton G 215, 489 
Martin, Cathleen C. 
Wfartm, Charles E. 
Martin, Chnsteen C. 
Martin, Cordell G 
Martin, David R. 
Marlin, Diane A. 305 
Martin, Donald C. 489 
Martin. Donna C. 545 
Martin, Donnie L. 
Martin. Elizabeth H. 
Martin, George W. 
Martin. Ginger L 382,438 
Martin. Dr. Henry G. 185 
Martin, Janet L. 
Martin. Jerry 216 
Martin, John R. 
Martin, John T. 
Martin, Joy L 545 
Martin, Judy W. 
Martin, Kathleen A 
Martin, Lee B. 295, 513 
Martin, Lee G. 319, 343 
Martin, Linda G. 
Martin, Linda K. 
Martin, Lonnie H, 
Martin, Mary E. 
Martin. Mary L. 545 
Martin. Mary V 




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Martin, Merita I. 545 

Martin, Norman A. Jr. 

Martin, Patrick D. 332, 489 

Martin. Phylhs C 193 

Martin. Richard G. 

Martin. Dr. Robert R. 1 18, 128. 1 31. 

132. 242. 250, 574 
Martin. Roger D. 
Martin. Ronald A 
Martin. Sandra 
Martin, Sheryl S. 545 
Martin, Teresa A. 545 
Martin. Teresa K. 
Martin, Thomas E 
Martin. Thomas R. 
Martin, Vicki L. 294, 513 
Martmek. Tod W. 
Martinez, Julio C. 489 
Martz, Jeffrey R. 545 
Maru, Geeta H 

Maschmeyer. Margaret 295, 513 
Masden. Danny R. 313 
Mason, Beverly K. 489 
Mason, Edwin M. 
Mason, Gary L. 
Mason, Gayle E. 546 
Mason, James T. Jr. 223, 489 
Mason. Joyce E 
Mason, Judy K. 546 
Mason. Karen M. 
Mason. Margaret R. 546 
Mason, Michael L 335. 513 
Mason, Richard L.513 
Mason, Robert E 489 
Mason, Sharon C. 
Massengale. Jeanne S. 466 
Massengale, Robert M. 438 
Massey, Donnie L 
Massey, Wanda S. 
Masters. Aletha A. 513 
Masters. Donna M. 
Masters, Lynn D. 513 
Masters, Michael J. 
Masters, Pamela A. 
Masters. Patrick J. 317, 340 
Masters. Paula Brock 
Mastin, Christeena M. 
Mastrean, Brenda C. 
Mathes. Peggy J 308, 438 
Mathis, Anne V.438 
Mathis, Ben|amin F. 
Mathis. Roben J. 323.438 
Mathck. Eldon R. 216 
Matlock. Donald E. 
Matney. Bobby F. 
Matracia. Janice A. 
Matteson, Patti J. 546 
Matthews. Lynn E. 546 
Mattingly, Brenda L 438 
Mattmgly, Constance 220, 438 
Mattingly, Herbert B. 379, 438 
Mattingly, Janet A 
Mattingly, LanaS.471 
Mattingly, Marion C. 324 
Mattingly, Thomas E. 
Matz, Linda S. 
Mauck, Karen E. 
Mauney, Bill W. 

Mauney. Bobby G. Jr. 324. 513 
Mauntel. John B 



Maupin, Barbara J. 

Maupin, Mae M. 

Maup.n, Mitchell R. 

Maupin, Robert F. Ill 

Maupin, Sharon E. 215. 513 

Maurer, Juamta L- 

Mavck, Karen E. 546 

Mavily, Patty S. 513 

Maxfield. Peter K. 

Maxson, Charles R. Jr. 

May. Anna K. 

May, Barbara J. 

May. David K. 

May. Douglas D. 

May. Edward G. 

May, Elrene 467 

May. Garry L. 222. 315, 438 

May. Gerald G. 1 28. 31 5. 389 

May, James R. 

May, John A. 546 

May. Jon D 225,467 

May. Kathy L. 299, 392.513 

May, Miriam L. 

May, Patricia A. 

May, Patrick Jr 221, 354, 438 

May, Robert T. 

May. Samuel J 467 

May, Timothy D. 546. 646 

May, William T. 

Mayer, Bernadette M. 

Mayer, Kathy 513 

Mayer. Walter T. 293, 383, 489 

Mayes. Daphne 

Mayes, Gwen 382, 513 

Mayes. Howard N. 

Mayes, Irene 

Mayes, Jerry G. 381, 489 

Mayfieid. Martha D. 546 

Mayfield, Nathan C. 372, 51 3 

Mayhugh, James C. 

Mayo, Danny W, 

Mays, Donnie W. Jr. 247, 546 

Mays, Emma J. 546 

Mays, Karen Y. 

Mays. Kent T. 

Mays, Lynda L. 513 

McAfee. Ernest C 488 

McAfee, Phillip D. 324 

McAfee, Shirley S. 

McAllister, Wanda J 476, 488 

McAllister, William 436 

McAninch, Vivien D. 

McArthur. Donna B. 293, 512 

McBrayer, Carroll S. 

McBrayer, Jennie R. 51 2 

McBrayer. Linda J. 

McBr.de. Marietta C. 

McBurney, Connie K. 

McCabe, Timothy L. 

McCall, Roy H. Jr. 

McCane. Neesia R. 544 

McCann, Paula 202. 205. 214. 218 

224, 305, 395, 436 
McCarren, Richard L 436 
McCarter, Ann P. 
McCarthy, Jeffery A. 237 
McCarthy, Martha J. 
McCarthy, Patrick W. 
McCartney. Roberta R. 
McCauley. Barry L. 



McCauley, David H 

McCauley. Linda F. 

McCay, Harold K. 217 

McChesney, James C. 1 87 

McClain. Danny A. 436 

McClanahan, Donna D 436 

McClanahan, Judith A, 293. 382, 383. 

512 
McClave. Lisa E. 
McClearn, Randall G. 512 
McClelland. David R. 437 
McCloud, Robert W. 437 
McClure, Jeanne C. 272. 544 
McClure. John F. 
McClure. Peggy A. 437 
McClure, Robert G. 
McClusky, Michael D. 
McCollum, Barbara A. 
McCollum, Jimmy R. 
McCollum, Perry W. 558 
McCombs, John 225 
McCombs. Stephen H. 
McConaha, John B. 437 
McConathy, Pauline E. 488 
McConathy. Phil W, 
McConkey, June A. 
McConnell. David E. 
McConnell, Nancy H 437 
McCord, Barbara A. 295, 488 
McCord, Imogene T. 
McCord, Janice C. 544 
McCord, Jerry A, 
McCord, Karen E 512 
McCormack, Beth A. 437 
McCormick, Gary W. 437 
McCoun. Bobby A. 331 
McCowan, Grace A. 
McCowan, Randall E. 
McCowan, Ronnie V. 
McCracken, Alice A. 544 
McCracken. Dale D 
McCracken, Debra S. 544 
McCracken, Kenneth C, 
McCrary, Michele A. 437 
McCreary, Peggy R. 
McCroskey. Robert A. 
McCubbms. John F. 544 
McCuddy. Virgil L. 
McCullar, Connie L. 512 
McCulley. Elizabeth 
McCulley, Jackie L 323. 488 
McCune, Cathy L. S. 
McDaniel, Carl J. 
McOavid, Gary M. 
McDavitt, Allen W. 544 
McDonald, Arthur B. 
McDonald. Darrell W. 
McDonald, Deborah H, 437 
McDonald, Deborah J. 437 
McDonald, Donna J. 
McDonald. James G. 
McDonald. John K 
McDonald. Lois A. 
McDonald. Richard C. 437 
McDonald. Rusty W. 362 
McDonald, Susan F, 437 
McDonald. Vicki L. 31 1 , 387, 363, 

488 
McDowell, Calvin L. 
McDowell, Charles W 489 









592 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 






McDowell, Donald L 544 

McDowell. Joseph 

McDowell, Lyle C 466 

McDowell. Robert G. 

McEachern, E Suzanne 558 

McElfOv. William D 

McElwee, Andrea 

McEwen, Joyce A 512 

McFadden, John P.Sr. 

McFall. Judy L 512 

McFarlan, James P 

McFarland, Alison S 512 

McFarland. Aita C 

McFarland, David L. 

McFarland. Paul R 

McFarland. Sandra G 

McFarland. Sheila S. 437 

McGaffee. Billy W. 437 

McGill. Eugene 

McG.nms, Donna J. 31 . 308. 338. 489 

McGinnis. Robert W. 

McGmnis. William M 

McGlasson, May M. Mrs. 166 

McGlone. Bernard A. 489 

McGlothm. Gary D 

McGruder. Patrick E. 

McGuHey. Jane W. 

McGuire, Darla M 

McGuire. Everett H. 

McGuire. George M 

McGuire. Judith E 305,369.512 

McGuire. Kenny R. 

McGuire, Mary D 466 

McGuire, Rebecca D. D. 

McGuire. Victoria L. 437 

McHone, William R. 

Mcllrath, William F 

Mcintosh. Agnes G. 

Mcintosh. Charles D. 

Mcintosh, Chester 

Mcintosh, Cynthia M. 

Mcintosh, Donna L 489 

Mcintosh. Edwina 489 

Mcintosh. Linda M 

Mcintosh, Michael D 319, 489 

Mcintosh, Roland L 

Mcintosh. Russell O. 

Mcintosh. Stewart R. 

Mclntyre. Charles H 

Mclntyre, John N. Jr. 

Mclntyre, Rebecca A. 

Mclntyre. Ruby 437 

Mclver. Jimmy R 558 

McKane. Kathenne E. 359. 489 

McKay. Martin D 

McKay, Sally A 

McKee. Beverly J 437 

McKee, Dannie T 

McKee. Paul N 324,437 

McKee, Peggy A 437 

McKee. Ralph K. 

McKenney, Nancy J. 544 

McKenney. Dr. William A. 185 

McKenzie, Carolyn L. 

McKenz!e. Curtis W 

McKenzie, James A. 

McKenzie, Kathyrn H. 512 

McKenzie. Martha J- 379. 489 

McKeon. John A. 

McKinley. Genieve E. 545 

McK.nley, Vick. L. 381 , 545 

McKmney. Adele L. 214, 437 

McKmney. Betty J. 213. 437 

McK.nney. Debra J 308 

McKmney, James W Jr 437 

McKinney, Joan M. 

McKmney. Robert S 

McKmney. Teresa M. 545 

McKnight, Gregory L. 

McKnight, James C. Jr. 

McKnight, Joe W. 

McLaughlin. Allen J. 

McLean, James L. Jr. 

McMahan. Terry L 

McMame. Beverly J. 

McMame, Eva M. 

McMichaei, Christine 

McMillan. Debra N. 545 

McMillan. Patricia J. 545 

McMillen. Connie L. 545 

McMillen. David D. 269. 489 

McMillen. Julia F. 558 

McMullen. Judith K. 545 

McMulhn. Betty J. W. 

McMullm, Carl M. 

McMulhn, David W. 

McMurdo. Bruce I 

McMurry, Dale F. 

McNabb, Barbara J. 311. 437 

McNally , Adnenne 489 

McNamara. Sonny W. 

McNeely. Dale L 

McNeely, Martha T 

McNees. Ramona K. 512 

McNew. John D 512 

McNicol, Judith A. 214, 244. 355. 

437 
McNight, Cmdy 270 
McNulty. Jams L 270. 512 
McPeck. Sharon K. 545 
McPeek. Michael H. 
McPhail, Granville B. 
McPherson. Jesse H 
McPherson. Joseph D. 
McQueary. Nancy H. 
McQueen, John J. 
McQuerry. Billte S- 
McQuerry. Rachel L- 51 2 
McQumn. Charles I 
McRay. Kathy S. 545 



McReynolds, Don D 489 

Mc Reynolds, Judy S 

McReynolds, Michael 437 

McRoberts, Gene A Jr 

McSwam. Thaborn L. 545 

McVicker. Constance 437 

McVicker, William M 437 

McWhorter, Barbara S 306 

McWhorter, Jacky L 

McWhorter, Jim E. 

McWhorter. Roy V 

McWhorter, Susan A. 

McWhorter. Vicki P 558 

McWill.ams, Robert P 545 

McCoy. Charles A 

McReynolds, John S 

Meacham, Harry E 

Meade, Charles C II 313 

Meade. David L. 546 

Meade. Deborah A. 

Meade. Don C 217. 288. 489 

Meade. Douglas C Jr 438 

Meade. Eugene 438 

Meade, Janice K. 

Meade, Janice L. C. 

Meade. Patricia L. 31 1 . 438 

Meader, Phillip E.489 

Meadors. Eleanor L. 

Meadors. James F. 327 

Meadors. Paul K. 

Meadors, Ronald F 

Meadors, Shirley J. 

Meadows. Ruth A. 303. 489 

Meak, John J 324. 438 

Means. Faye A 

Means. George R 

Mears, Garry L. 

Meaux, Shalonda E. 546 

Meckstroth, Daniel J 288. 489 

Medbury, Newton E 438 

Medley. Linda G 

Medlm. Wanda D. 546 

Meece. Avery R. 

Meece, Connie S. 546 

Meece. James A. 

Meece. Mary E 

Meehan, Michael E. 

Meek. Charles R 

Meek, Philip Jr. 155 

Meeks. Knsty L. 

Meftord. Gmny S. 

Mefford. Orville W. 

Megee. Carl W. 

Megee. Roger A. 

Mehok. Paul T. 

Mehta, Raiendrakumar 

Meier. Deborah F 

Meier. Gregory L. 

Meier, Kenneth H. 

Memeke. Donald W. Jr 215,489 

Meiner, Cheryl L. 385 

Meisenheimer. Dr John 381 

Meisenzahl. Linda A 

Mellocamp, Nadiene R. 359, 513 

Melton, Billy C 

Melton, Georgia A. 489 

Mendoza. Ernesto J 

Meney. John T. 

Menifee. Gralin R. 

MEN'S INTERDORM COUNCIL 362 

Mercer. Robert B 514 

Mercer, Sandra R 

Meredith. Emma R. C 

Merrut, Chelsea C 

Merntt, Delma F. 

Merrut. Jack D. 

Merntt. Jenny J. 

Mers, Norma K. 

Mersmann. Margaret R. 546 

Merson, Stephanie U 489 

Messa. Ronald J 279.489 

Messer. Eileen 

Messer, Jerald M 438 

Messer. Sherry G. 514 

Messmer, Gary R 

Messmer. Mr. Victor C 388 

Metcaif, Charles M 

Metcalf. Cheryl L M. 438 

Metcaif. Donna C 

Metcalf. Gary T 514 

Metcaif. Leo J. 438 

Metcalfe. Jody D. 

Metz, Nancy M. 214, 387, 438 

Meyer. Carla L 546 

Meyer. Dexter III 

Meyer, Gary D. 

Meyer. John W 489 

Meyer, Martin R. 

Meyer. Patricia L. 

Meyers. Barry V. 

Meyers, Marcia L. 

Meyers, Wilson 252 

Midden. Kathy 546 

Midden. Leo K Jr 514 

Midden, Louis E. 

Middleton. Chad Jr 

Middleton. James W 489 

Middleton, Marcia A 440 

Middleton. Melody J 271 . 273, 546 

Middleton. Merle H. II 217, 288 

Middleton. William C. 

Mike. Betty L. 

Milburn, Brands S 514 

Milburn, Craig 256 

Milburn, Gilbert L 

Milburn, Rex E. 

Milby.Garv D 514 

Miles. Angela C. 546 

Miles, Kevin C 323. 357. 514 

MILITARY POLICE 533 



MILESTONE 394 


Mohammadi. Seyed B 


Miller. Albert J. 


Mohanty, Amiya. Dr 219 


Miller, Arthur L. Jr. 


Mohanty. Sarat K 


Miller. Barbara E R 


Moher. David L. 546 


Miller. Bradley R 


Molohon, Charles R Jr 323.514 


Miller. Brooke S 


Molyneaux, Richard L 


Miller. Carol J 546 


Monarch. Rebecca S 


Miller, Carolyn Y. 542. 546 


Money. Wanda G 


Miller. Chen L. 514 


Monheimer. Edward L 


Miller, Cheryl A 380. 440 


Monm. Donna J 


Miller. Chester W 514 


Monroe. Judith A 546 


Miller, Dennis A. 


Monroe. Judy L. 546 


Miller. Edwin A. 319. 353. 514 


Montgomery, Alice M 514 


Miller. Edwin E 


Montgomery, Betty J 490 


Miller. Gary W 


Montgomery, Bill H 


Miller. George R 440 


Montgomery, Chnsta B 


Miller. Herschel P 258. 362, 514 


Montgomery. Dallas 


Miller, Jackie L. 


Montgomery. Emline S 


Miller. Jackie R 229, 230, 237 


Montgomery, James C 


M.ller, James 288, 295. 384, 440 


Montgomery. Jane R 


Miller. Janet L 


Montgomery. Joe G 490 


Miller, Joan F 359, 514 


Montgomery, Linda W 


Miller, John T. 


Montgomery. Marty M 


Miller, Jon P. 546 


Montgomery. Michael J 


Miller. Karen L. 546 


Montgomery. Patricia 299. 441 


Miller, Kathy J 546 


Moody. Frances C S 


Miller, Lorraine L 546 


Moody. Mae P 


Miller, Marc-a D. 546 


Moody. Mary E. 


M.ller, Mark A. 323 


Moody. Tommy F 


Miller, Nancy J. 514 


Moon, Jackie H 


Miller, Orville D 


Moon. Ted W 


Miller, Rex E. 


Mooney. David L 490 


Miller, Robbie L. 


Mooneyham. Shirley J. 


M.ller. Roger A. 50. 514 


Moore. Albert T 


Miller. Sandra K. 


Moore. Alice M 31 1 , 349. 490 


Miller, Sarah J. C. 


Moore, Barbara S 


Miller. Stephen P. 546 


Moore. Brian L 


Miller. ToniS K 


Moore, Byron L. 


Miller, Una F. 


Moore. Carol J 308 


Miller. Warf.eld B Jr 


Moore. Charlotte W 490 


Miller, Wesley C. 223 


Moore. Darla J 


Miller. William J 


Moore. David M. 


Miller. William R. 


Moore. David Z 


Million, Bonnie J. 


Moore, Dennis R - 


Million, Linda D 489 


Moore. Don R 


Mills. Dale 546 


Moore, Donald G 


Mills, Dennis G 222. 389, 489 


Moore. Gale E 490 


Mills, Gerald D 489 


Moore. Gary L. 


Mills. Ginger S. 546 


Moore, George W. 


Mills, Larry E 


Moore. Gregory H 214. 385, 514 


Mills, Mary R. 514 


Moore, Gwerida L. 514 


Mills, Michael A. 


Moore. Harry E. 441 


Mills. Michael R. 


Moore. Hubbard K Jr 332 


Mills. Mickey 526 


Moore. James B 260. 261 . 332. 490 


Mills. Reda J. 


Moore, Jesse K. 


Mills. Ross W. 


Moore. Jimmy W 


Mills. Sherry 558 


Moore. Joseph M 490 


Milton, Anne L. 440 


Moore, Joseph R 514 


Milward, Hendree B 


Moore. Judy A. 


Milward, Jane Y. 


Moore, Judy L. 


Mmch, Christopher C. 374. 489 


Moore, Karen S. 515 


Mimard. Jack E 362 


Moore, Kathy E 


Mimard. Ralph W. 


Moore. Lemon C 


Mink, Jennifer D. 


Moore. Leomane 490 


Mink, Kelly W. 


Moore, Lola 


Mink. Robert J. 


Moore. Dr Malcom 173. 222 


Minneman, David C. 


Moore. Martha C 


Mmnich, Thomas L. 31 7. 490 


Moore, Marvin 490 


Minor. Karen D 299. 353, 440 


Moore. Mary E. 


Minor, Myra G 


Moore. Maurice E 


Minter, Lucy A. 


Moore. Melame 546 


Minton, Donald F. 


Moore. Paula C 471. 490 


Miracle, Charles C 


Moore. Paula F 


Miracle. David N. 


Moore, Robert T. 313. 490 


Miracle, Ginger K. 


Moore, Ronald G 


Miracle, Jeffrey L. 


Moore. Ruth D. 217. 490 


Miracle, Karen K. 


Moore. Sandra K. 546 


Miracle, Martin E 


Moore. Sandra S 515 


Miracle. Phyllis A. 


Moore, Sharon M. 


Miracle, Ronald E 


Moore, Sherry C. 376. 515 


Miracle, Tommie L. 546 


Moore. Susan G. 490 


Miranda. Lorgio 558 


Moore, Theresa J. 374 


Mitchell, Charles L. 169. 239. 240. 


Moore, Wade C 


244, 246 


Moores, Deborah A 546 


Mitchell, Elnora L 


Moores. Gerald C. 384, 546 


Mitchell. Eva M 440 


Moores. Lois J B 


Mitchell, Florence 


Moores. Tanya F 216, 515 


Mitchell, Frederick D. 


Moorhead. Janet J 216, 546 


Mitchell. Jane A. 


Moorhead, Mary H, 490 


Mitchell. Joan T 


Moorman. Mary Jo 21 6, 490 


Mitchell. John M. 


Mooser. Kenneth H. 


Mitchell. Kenneth W. 514 


Mooser, Michael D 


Mitchell. Lester J 317 


Moran, Barry C. 


Mitchell. Mary A. 546 


Moran. Robert K 


Mitchell. Mary K. S. 


Moredeid. Roger D 288. 377, 441 


Mitchell. Neil J. 


Moreland. Charles F 


Mitchell. Patricia K 514 


Moreland, Jim D 


Mitchell. Pauline J. 546 


Moreland. Melvm P. 


Mitchell, Phylhs G 


Moreno, Carlos A 


Mitchum, Anita K. 


Moreno. Ivan J 


M.ttel, Linda D 218. 395. 490 


Moreno. Sylvia 311, 441 


Moak. Jamie A 301 


Moretz, Dr Elmo E 190 


Moberly. Charles C 


Morgan, Alexa S. 515 


Moberly. Deborah L. A 


Morgan, Anita K 


Moberly. Harry Jr. 546 


Morgan. Arthur L. 225 


Moberly, Mr James 237 


Morgan. Barbara A 


Moberly. James I. 


Morgan. Billy R. 


Moberly, Julie E. 


Morgan. Caldwell M Jr. 515 


Moberly. Larry D 


Morgan, Candtce L 


Moberly, Mary J 


Morgan, Carol J 546 


Moberly. Phillip M 


Morgan, David S 


Moberly, Rebecca S. 546 


Morgan, Don E 


Mobley. Debra K 


Morgan. Gail M. 441 


Mobley. James R 


Morgan. Gary E 


Mobley. James S 514 


Morgan, Jamce C 


Mobley, Steve 389 


Morgan. Kathleen 


Moermond. Sandra J 50. 215. 514 


Morgan, Kerry F. 


Moeves. Margaret J 308 


Morgan. Lana G 


Moffett. Beniamm A 440 


Morgan. Mary B 546 


Mogg, Danny A. 441 


Morgan, Michael 515 



Morgan. Patricia G 558 
Morgan. Patsy J 
Morgan. Phillip W 
Morgan, Sharon E 
Morgan. Shirley D. 515 
Morgan, Shirley H 
Morgan, Susan C 
Morgan. Venita C. 546 
Morgan. Vick. A. 294 
Morgan, Vicki H. 
Morley. Richard F 361. 467 
Morningstar. Noranne 301 , 51 5 
Morrell. Lawrence E. 441 
Moms. Beverly W 467 
Morns. Brenda S 515 
Morris, Clarence 
Morris, David C 490 
Morris, Freeda A 490 
Morns. James A 
Morris. James L. 
Morns, Jane M 
Morns. Jeanne H 
Morns, Joette 
Morns, Linda D 
Morris, Linda L 
Morris, Maroa C 299. 515 
Morns. Mary J 471 
Morns. Nancy K. 
Morris, Paul C. 
Morr.s. Raymond A. 
Morns. Rodger C 222. 291 . 490 
Morris. Sharron K 490 
Morns, Stephen W 490 
Morris. Sue C 
Morris. Suzanne 546 
Morr.s. Ty K 

Morris. Dr. William A. 185 
Morris, William S 
Morrison. Dennis L 
Mornson, Stephen E, 
Morrow, Steven E 222. 288. 389. 490 
Morrow. Thomas M. 
Morsey, Tom A. 546 
Morter, Jerry R 324. 353 
Morton. Anthony C 
Morton. Mary P 

Morton, Thomas S 257, 280, 324, 343 
Moscoe. Jay E 379 
Moser, Marcia B 547 
Moser, RebeccaS 547 
Mosher, Craig R. 
Mosher. Linda F 
Mosley. Joann 547 
Mosley, Sammy L 332.490 
Moss. Brenda M 547 
Moss. Donald W 
Moss, Karen L 189, 313 
Moss. Peggy J G 
Mossbarger. Mary A. 311, 441 
Mosser, Terry L. 
Mossotti, Ronald P. 288 
Moster. Ahson A 441 
Mote. Elizabeth K. 547 
Mote. Victoria A 547 
Motley. Kathy J. 490 
Mountioy. Candy 547 
Mountjoy. Jesse B 
Mountjoy. Marcella F. 
Mounts. David N. 
Mounts, Ellen K 
Mountz, Mr. Edsel R. 220 
Mountz. Montford M. 
Mourer. Leslee J. 
Mouyeos. Thomas W. 
Mover, Kenneth A 547 
Moynahan, Michael J 
Moynihan. Drew A. 
Mudd, Angela M. 
Mudd. Edward D 
Mueller. Chr.st.ne D. 515 
Mueller, Linda T 471 
Mueller. Rose M 547 
Mueller. William C. 441 
Mullen. Artie M. 515 
Mullen, Constance L 
Mullen, Pamela E 547 
Mullen. Stanford T. 515 
Mullenix, Robert L. 558 
Mulligan, Kathryn F_ 547 
Mull. km, Linda C 
Mull. n.x, Patricia L. 547 
Muffins, Cathenne F. 
Mullms. Charles M. 
Mullms. Dennis W 313. 441 
Mullms. Donna K 559 
Mullms. John M 
Mullms, Kenneth B 
Mullms. Larry M 
Mullms. Louise 490 
Mullms. Martha 272 
Mullms, Rebecca R 288 
Mullms, Ronald J 
Mullms. Ruth 355 
Mullms. Sally A 369. 515 
Mullms. Susan W 
Mullms. Thomas E. 
Mullms. Walter D. 490 
Mullms. W.llard H 354. 490 
Mumme, John S. 467 
Muncy. Vernon 
Muns. Dr. George 103 
Munsey, Deborah L. 219. 441 
Munson, Sally J. 35, 547 
Muntz, Charles E 
Muntz. Mickiee A 
Muntz, Susan L. 
Murdock. Donald M. 
Murley. Donna H 
Murphy. Adrian R. 515 
Murphy. Billy D 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 593 



Murphy. Carolyn S 515 
Murphy. Charles E 441 
Murphy, Eddie B 
Murphy. Frances E. 
Murphy, Fred A. 
Murphy. Gene L 515 
Murphy. Jane E. 387, 490 
Murphy, John P. 
Murphy, Judy L. 388. 441 
Murphy. Kasandra L. 547 
Murphy, Marnie S B. 
Murphy. Michael D. 361 
Murphy, Michael R 490 
Murphy. Richard M. 252 
Murphy. Roger D 51 5 
Murphy, Siephen G. 490 
Murphy, Teresa K 
Murphy, Victor R.490 
Murphy. William G. 
Murray, Angela G 
Murray. Douglas A. 247 
Murray, Glenna M. 490 
Murray, Mr. Kenneth 237, 246 
Murray. Patrick J. 
Murrell, Causaundra G 441 
Murrell, Paine L. 
Murrell, Vernon D. 
Murrell. Vick. L 363,471 
Muse. Ricky L 
Musial. Gene D 441 
Music. James 
Musselwhite, Wayne 
Mussman. Michael W. 265 
Mustard. Shirley F. S 
Mutersbaugh, Chene G 
Muth, James D 515 
Muttersbaugh. Bert M. 1 73 
Myatt, Hannelore 441 
Myers. Betty B 547 
Myers. Car E. 382. 441 
Myers. David H 441 
Myers. Frank W 515 
Myers. Lar'y W 
Myers. Mehnda J 559 
Myers. Michael B 246. 515 
Myers, Patricia G 311 
Myers, Scott D. 
Myers. Steven D. 
Myers. Dr Thomas D 136 
Myers, Wilson 332, 498 
Myford. Larry W 
Mylum. Rebecca L H 
Mylum, Robert B. 
Mynheer. Virginia L 
Mynhier, James W 324 
Mynhier, Walter C. 324 
Mynk, Michael T 



Nestor, Karen L. 
Nett, Thomas V 
Nettle. Paul D. 265. 357, 515 
Neufatth, John E 515 
Neumeister. George R. 255 
Nevels, Ralph W 
Newels. William L 490 
New. Larry Russell 
Newberry. Charles L 
Newcom, Cindy S. 548 
Newcom, Gary L. 
Newcom, James K 
Newcom, Lucinda S 
Newdecker,Tom291 
Newell, Judith C. 515 
Newell, Robert E. 246 
Newkirk. Patricia L. 
Newland. Kellon E. 
NEWMAN, CLUB 295 
Newman, Deborah L. 548 
Newman, Sharon R 515 
Newport. Fonda J. 
Newsom, Goebel W 
Newsom, Jerry D 
Newsom. Michael L. 
Newsom. Randall C 
Newsome. Anthony L. 166, 331 
Newsome. Barth 
Newsome, Loretta 
Newsome, Mary M. 296, 490 
Newsome, Rebecca S 378. 548 
Newsome, Sheha F, 
Newton. Anthony Q 490 
Newton, Charlotte A 548 
Newton, Donna M. 548 
Newton. Gary O 
Newton. Jackueime 
Newton, John J. 
Newton. Kenneth M 548 
Niceley, Martha L 
Nicholas, David L 362, 490 
Nichols, John M 
Nichols, Linda S. 
Nichols, Mary L 441 
Nichols. Michael R 441 
Nicholson, David B. 
Nicholson, H David 
Nicholson. Kenneth 
Nicholson. Martha A 
Nicholson. Michael E 236, 237 
Nickel, Robert E 
Nickell, Barbara J 441, 605 
N.ckell. Catherines. 441 
Nickell, Linda C 441 
Nickell, Thomas L 
Nickels. Polly M 490 
Nickles, Paula A 515 
Nickson, Malcolm E 265 
Nickuhs, Susan C 363 
N.col, Judy 271 



Nicolet, Dan D 

Nidiffer, Phyllis A. 

Niebel, Sylvia M. 

Niehaus, Regma T. 208. 442. 605 

Niehoff , Robert B Jr 295, 548 

Niehoff, Susan C 442 

Nieland. Doug 187 

Niemann. Melody S. 490 

Niemeyer, Frank B. 327. 442 

Niemeyer. Kenneth E. 

Niemeyer, Robert M 324, 442 

Nikels, Victoria A. 

Nik.rk, Fredda A. 382, 442 

Niles, Lucian E. 

Nissley, Lana L. 

Nixon, John W. 

Noble, Clara 515 

Noble, Dale 

Noble, Eula J 

Noble, Jill L, 296. 381. 548 

Noble. Kathy M. 515 

Noble, Lloyd E 

Noble. Ruth M. 

Noble, Wanda F. 

Noe, Carolyn B. 220 

Noe. Gary S. 

Noe, James F. 

Noe, James S. 

Noe, Judy L. 305. 395.515 

Noe, Phyllis M. 

Noe, Roger C. 

Noel, Charlotte C. 

Noelcke, Richard H 288. 442 

Nolan, Barbara S 221,490 

Nolan, Edwin J. 

Nolan. Linda 221. 548 

Nolan, Michael P 

Nolan. William A 

Noiand, Debbie A. 548 

Noland. Gary T. 442 

Noiand, Irvin Jr. 

Noland, Joel S. 225 

Noiand. Nancy M 

Noland. Penny G. 

Nolloth, James P. 

Norenberg. Mark E 

Norman, Brenda C 548 

Norman. David S 

Norman. Nancy T. 

Norn, Joe Allen 354 

Norris, Charles B 

Norris. Charles M. 

Norr.s. Chen L 

Norris. Jerry W. 

Norris. Rickie L. 

Norns. Robert L. 

North, Paul 

Northern Ernest B 

Northern, Susan B 

Norton, Donna S 296. 548 



Norton, Eddie Till 
Norton, Joseph M. 
Norton, Marshall E. 
Norton, Sally R, 
Norton, Thomas D. 315 
Norton, Tommy E. 548 
Norvell, Charley S. 354. 384, 4 
Norvell, Thomas N. 354, 548 
Norwitz. Jeffrey H. 
Norwood, Charles E. 
Noyes, Timothy M. 
Nunn, Arlene M 515 
Nunn, Arthur C. 
Nunn, Frank.e L. 515 
Nunn, Nancy L. 515 
Nunnelley, Jerri L. 548 
Nunnery, Donald C. 
Nut.ni. David L. 
Nutter, Richard C 
Nutty, Beth A. 490 
Nyerges, Helen P 

-O- 

O Bnen. Kenneth O 

O Bryan. Bernard B. 515 

O Bryan, Gary L 295 

O Bryan. Ruby F. 

O Dell. Carol D 442 

O Dell, John P. 

O Die, Bonnie M. 515 

O Donnell. Catherine 

O Donnell. James W 

O Donnell. Kattie M 548 

O Donnell. William J. 442 

O Hara, Betty J 515 

O Hara. Michael E 

O Harrah, R. Neil 

O Nan, Clarence E 

O Nan. Dennis R. 548 

O Nan, Kathryn L 215, 515 

O Neal, David M 237 

O Neal, Karen 548 

O Neal. Linda D. 515 

Oakes, Becky A 355, 442 

Oakley. Kathryn L 490 

Oakley, Pamela S 548 

Oatley. Robyn M K. 442 

Oatts, Judy L. 559 

Odierna. Candace M 380 

Odle, Bonnie M. 

Ogden. Dr. Frederic D. 574 

Ogden, Ruth E 548 

Ogden, Steven 490 

Ogle, Robert 225 

Ogrosky, Wendell R 

Ohara. Guy C. 

Ohr, Janie S 

Okamoto, Craig N 

Ok.. Mineko 467 



Oldham, Jerome R 

Olds, Bruce E. 

Olds, Deborah S. 490 

Olds, Debra L 383, 515 

Oliver, Carol L. 442 

Ol.nger, Paul L. 

Oliver, Bobby D. 

Oliver, Carol L. 

Oliver, Diana L 548 

Oliver. Douglas Y, 

Oliver, John N Jr. 548 

Oliver, Lonnie W. 

Oliver, Mark L. 515 

Oliver, Richard C. 

Oliver, Sheha A. 548 

Olivien, Peter N 332.491 

Olsen, Jeanne L. 

Olsen, Peter L. 491 

Olson, Deborah L. 515 

Olson. Orville L. Ill 

OMEGA PSI PHI 334 

OMICRON ALPHA KAPPA 215 

Onkst, Donald R. 

Ontko. Thomas J. 

Orem, Michael T. 374 

Orenich. Larry M. 

ORIENTATION WEEK 526 

Orman, Donna E 

Crman, Kenneth D. 

Orme, Judith W. 

Ormes. Denise 37 

Ormes, Karen D 548 

Ormond, Thomas L. 

Onh, Joyce L 

Oriman. Raymalee F. 

Osborne, Adam D. 

Osborne, Ben M 

Osborne. Cathy 491 

Osborne, Charles F 328, 442 

Osborne, Elizabeth A 

Osborne. Glenda F. 442 

Osborne, Gregory A. 491 

Osborne, Jack R. 

Osborne. Jayne L 

Osborne, Karen M. 442 

Osborne. Linda A. 516 

Osborne. Linda C. 516 

Osborne. Michael B. 442 

Osborne, Michael R. 31 5 

Osborne. Michael W 

Osborne, OmaS. 

Osborne. Palma E. 491 

Osborne. Randall 

Osborne. Roy P. 

Osborne, Steve W. 442 

Osborne, Teresa A. L. 491 

Osland, Kim R. 

Ostwalt. Deborah J. 

Ostwalt, Melinda A 

Ott, Glenn A. 



Nadorff, Charles P. 441 

Nagel. Knstine L. 363. 515 

Nagle. Carta J. 376, 515 

Nail. Darlene Y. 

Nally. Joanne 

Nally. Joseph L 547 

Nally. Lottie K 

Nally, Patrick L 

Nally. Rick 354 

Namazi. Kavoose 

Mance. James E III 

Nance. Janice D J. 

Nance. Vicki L 441 

Nankivell, James B 40 

Napier, Barbara J 

Napier. Calloway W 

Napier. Lloyd W 

Napier, Mahala R 

Napier, Mary N 

Napier, Mrchael S 51 5 

N3pier. Raleigh 

Napier. William B. 

Napier. William K. 

Nash. Deborah K. 

Nash. Jeffrey L. 

Nash. Larry 

Nassida, Frank R. 

Navann, Janet 

Neace, Aileen 

Neace, Jo Delia 

Neal, David S. 214, 294. 515 

Neal. Drexel T 

Neal. Katie O 

Neal. Nina F. 547 

Neal, Paula L 467 

Neal, Vicki L. 31 1 , 515 

Neat, William J 

Necleno, Dennis F. 

Needles. Kathy L. 184, 355. 382, 

441 
Neely, Elizabeth T 
Neff, Joseph J. 265. 357. 490 
Neice, Jimmy D 
Neikirk, Jean A 
Neiswmger" Cheryl E 490 
Nelson. Dr. Charles L. 172 
Nelson, David A, 
Nelson, Deborah L 301 . 441 
Nelson. Donald T 
Nelson. Elizabeth H. 
Nelson, Gary C 293, 515 
Nelson. John A 515 
Nelson, Nancy T. 467 
Nelson, Stafford C 
Nelson, Walter 6 
Nelson, William K. 547 
Neltner, Richard W 323 
Neptune, Tom 372 




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594 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



On. Larry G. 
On, Margaret S 
On. Richard M. 296. 516 
Often, Jane L 549 
Otto, Susan A. 308. 516 
Ouellette, Eugene C 
Ouellette. Sue E. 299 
Overall. James D 
Overbee. Mary R. 
Overstreet. Mary A 
Overstreet. Paula J 516 
Overstreet, Saundra M 442 
Overstreet. Shirley J. 442 
Overton, Denny 8 
Ovuwone, Eva M 
Owen. Marlene F 442 
Owen, Morns W. 442 
Owen, Stephen L 
Owens, Charles A 
Owens, Devert J 
Owens. Kenneth R 389. 442 
Owens. Lonnie 
Owens, Onna K. H. 
Owens, Paula B 
Owens, Ronnie K. 549 
Owens. William H. Jr. 
Owings. Barbara J 
Ow.ngs, William R. 549 
Owsley. John E. 



Pace. Brenda G. 

Pace. Johnny L 

Pachin. D.ana L. 549 

Pack. Glenda F. R. 

Pack. Hubert N. 

Pack, Linda S. 

Pack, Nickey L. 

Pack, Pamela L 516 

Pack, Paul D 

Paddock, Marcia B 

Paddock. Robert J. 

Padgett. Donald 

Padgett, Elf ie S 442 

Padgett, EvaE. 

Paeltz. Christina luf 

Page. Charles E. 

Page. Robert H. 

Pahnke, Ross C 442 

Pame, Robert A 

Pansel, Brenda B 

Paitsel, James D Jr 

Palen, Kenneth G 

Paieoiogos, Stacy 491 

Palis. Deborah K. 

Palko, Edmund J 

Palm. James R. 

Palmer. Bradley N. 

Palmer. Craig A 324 

Palmer. Gary D 294. 381 . 442 

Palmer, Kenneth H. 31 7, 491 

Palmer. Linda D 

Palmer, Marilyn 294 

Palmer. Nina G. 467 

Palmer. Susan J. 305 

Paisgrove. Connie L. 301 . 337, 402, 

442 
Panayotoff. Janet V. 308. 353 
Papmi. Pamela S 549 
Papst. Sharyn A, 311 
Parham, Dorcas A. 
Parham, James B. 145 
Pans, Kathryn A 217. 491 
Parish. Gary W. 
Parish. Pamela T. 
Park, Jo Ann C. 442 
Park, Marcia L. 
Park. Michael F. 218. 442 
Park. Steven H 
Park, Walter L. 
Parke. Al C 
Parke, Earlene F. 443 
Parke. Gale F. 
Parke, Mary E. M. 
Parker. Ashley A 
Parker. Bill J. 354, 443 
Parker. Billie J. 
Parker, Candace L 
Parker. Craig W 559 
Parker. Patricia A 
Parker, Randall A 
Parker. Rebecca A. 491 
Parker. Rita L. 443 
Parkerson, Buford S. 
Parkey. Ronald C 
Parkhurst, Olive C. 
Parkhurst, Mr. Wilds 221 
Parks, Connie G. 549 
Parks. Edna 
Parks. Edna J. 
Parks. Eugene R 
Parks, Felecia L. 
Parks. Gerald L. 
Parks. James C 
Parks, Jarmiha A. 559 
Parks, Jerry L 443 
Parks, Larry R 362.491 
Parks, Michael S 202, 391 , 443 
Parks, Phyllis A 491 
Parks, Russell F. 
Parks. Shirly R. 
Parmelee, Bonnie 
Parren. Claudia S. 443 
Parrish, Jerry A 
Parnsh, Pamela J. 549 
Parrish. Mrs. Ruth 183 
Parnsh. Rick L 
Parrott, Charles G. Jr. 
Parrott, JohnS 



Parrott, Pauline H 

Parrott, Sharon K 

Parsons, Mr Clifford 136 

Parsons, Diana L 443. 458 

Parsons, Donald E. 

Parsons. Jane E. 

Parsons. Janet A 

Parsons, Janice M 

Parsons, John H 

Parsons, Karen D 549 

Parsons, Kenneth L 

Parsons, Lawrence R. 

Parsons, Sherry G. 311 

Parsons, Thomas S 

Parsons, Thurman M. 443 

Parsons. Twyla L. 444 

Parsons, William J. 491 

Partm, Janna L. 363. 491 

Partin, Ronnie R. 444 

Partm, Thomas E. 516 

Partin, Velma P. 

Partin, William H, 

Partin. William J. 

Parton. Wanda J 

Partusch, Marsha A. 311 

Pasley, Alvin III 491 

Pasley, Howard B 

Pasley, Joe W. 

Patel. Pravmkumar I 

Patrick, Or. Alfred L. 179 

Patrick. Carolyn J 444 

Patrick, Carolyn S. 

Patrick, Lee 270, 380 

Patrick. Leora J 516 

Patrick, Mary E 392, 549 

Patrick, Stanley K. 

Patrick, Tracy R 

Patrick. Vicki L. 382, 516 

Patrum, Scova L. 549 

Patterson, Carl G. 

Patterson. Dorothy A 215. 516 

Patterson. Guy R 

Patterson. Janice L. 516 

Patterson. John P. 

Patterson, Raymond R 

Patterson, Stephen N 

Patterson, Tim B. 549 

Patterson, Vicki S. 471 

Pattie. Helen T. 

Pattison, Stanley E 549 

Patton. Alton 

Patton, Glenda B. 

Patton. James D 

Patton. Jerry M 444 

Patton, Patricia J. 

Patton. Rodney K 

Patton, Rodney L. 

Patton. Stanleo 

Paul, Gerald E. 332 

Paul. James J 

Paul.n. Donald A 266. 444 

Paulson. Allan T 516 

Pawley, Wayne B 

Payne. Albert B. 

Payne. Gerald E. 381 

Payne, Grover T Jr 

Payne. John D 321,393,444 

Payne. John H 

Payne, Joseph 0. 549 

Payne, Ralph W. 

Payne. Rebecca L 

Payne. Sandra K. 

Payne, Sharon A B 

Payne, Walter L. 

Pavnter, Harry A. 

Payton, Martha J. 308 

Peace. Terry L. 

Peach, Glenn M. 

Peach, Terry C. 

Peake. Gary A 321. 348. 444 

Pearce. Cecilia D 270. 516 

Pearl, Evelyn S. 

Pearman, Glenda F 549 

Pear sail. Wayne G 362. 516 

Pearse, Cynthia J 549 

Pearson. Alan L 

Pearson, Debra J 305. 376 

Pearson. Debra K 516 

Pearson, Thomas C. 444 

Pease. Tom M 

Peavler, J. B Jr 

Peavler. Larry J 516 

Peavley, Diane R 

Peddicord. Martha A 

Peddicord. Martha J 

Peebles. Helena S. 516 

Peebles, Joanna 549 

Peek. Susan K 

Peeke, Dorothy L. 

Peel. Barry W. 

Peercy, Virginia I. P 

Peers, Delores A. 

Pelly, Donald E 378.444 

Peltier. Joyce E 549 

Pemberton. John M. 

Pena. Jeffery L. 

Pena. Stephany L. 549 

Pence. M. Lee 

Pence, Stephen B 

Pendleton, David L.444 

Pendygraft, Crista I D 444, 550 

Pendygraft, Robert L. 313 

Peniston. Lloyd W. 516 

Penn, Kathleen 491, 550 

Penn, Sheila J. 

Pennington, Barry W 319 

Pennington. Ernest L 255. 516 

Pennington. Frances H 

Pennington, Frances K. 

Pennington. James L 444 



Pennington, Larry 491 

Pennington, Larry W. 362 

Pennington, Shelby G. 

Penn.x, Linda S 471 

Penrod, Vicki J. 

Pentecost, Catherine 

Penticuff. M Woodrow 

Penyin, Jerome R 

Peoples, Joan B 

Perazzo. Suzanne £ 550 

Perez, David F 

Perez, Michael E 

Perkins, Bruce 550 

Perkins. Carolyn L. 445 

Perkins, Dons E. 

Perkins. Forde 

Perkins, Fred A 550 

Perkins. James W 

Perkins. John S 559 

Perkins. Judith L 

Perkins, Michael D 

Perkins, Pauletta S. 

Perkins, Ricky L. 

Perkins, Sandra E. 550 

Perkins, Sandra K 

Perkmson. Steven R 516 

Perna. Diane M 

Pernn, Rachel E. 550 

Perrm, Lea J 

Perros, Kathy I 550 

Perrot. Charles F 549 

Perry, Deborah J 491 

Perry, Deborah K. 549 

Perry Donald E 237 

Perry, EllenS. 299, 379,516 

Perry. Kathleen M 

Perry, Keith M. 313, 351 

Perry, Linda G.445 

Perry. Maria J. 299. 445 

Perry, Patricia C. 

Persell, Patsy E 491 

PERSHING RIFLES 533 

Peters, Beverly J. 491 

Peters, David M. 516 

Peters, David P. 

Peters, Diana L. 

Peters. Donald B. 

Peters, Harry B Jr 

Peters. Karen R 288, 308, 491 

Peters, Robert M 

Peters. Samuel L. Jr 516 

Peters, Suzanne 

Petersen, Gene W 225. 467 

Petersen. Judeen K 467 

Peterson. Charles D 549 

Peterson. Mary R 445 

Peterson, Robert W 549 

Peterson. William G 315. 353 

Petrekov.c, Richard E 445 

Petrey. Lanny C. 

Pener, Earl W 220. 288. 388, 395. 
445 

Pettrey. Rebecca L 

Peyton, Claudia J 

Peyton, William R. 

Pfaff. Mickey A. 

Pfalzgraf. Linda M. 516 

Pfalzgraf. Marjone A 491 

Pfeffer, Claire F. 445 

Pfotenhauer, George L. 

Pharis. Jo A 388, 516 

Phelps, AunaS. 363. 516 

Phelps, Beverly A. 

Phelps. Carl E 384, 491 

Phelps, Charlotte J 374,491, 533 

Phelps, Kenneth A. 

Phelps. Michael E. 

Phelps, Patty A. 

Phelps, Piper P. 
Phelps, Tonya S. 359.445 
PHI ALPHA THETA 225 
PHI DELTA THETA 322 

Phillippe, Jams M 

Phillips. Arnold J 50.215. 313, 

353, 445 
Phillips. Barbara L. 492 
Phillips, Blame 516 
Phillips, Charlene A 549 
Phillips. Claude B. 
Phillips. Clyde W. 
Phillips. Francis P 
Phillips. George M Jr, 516 
Phillips, Jesse C 
Phillips. John H. 167.445 
Phillips, JohnS. 
Phillips, Joyce A. 
Phillips. Miss Juamta 181 
Phillips. Juanita 
Phillips. Matthew C 492 
Phillips. Michael E 
Phillips, Norman E 385. 467 
Phillips, Paula A. 559 
Phillips, Pryor 317 
Phillips. Rebecca L 516 
Phillips. Rita B 467 
Phillips. Samson W 
Phillips, Tanya 359 
Phillips, Thayne 516 
Philon. Edell 
Phiip. Debbie Gerry 308 
Philp, Germaine 445 
Philpot. Carrie L 516 
Philpot, Clara E. 
Philpot. Edmond F 492 
Philpot, Harry H. Jr. 
Philpot, James T Jr 
Philpot. Rose M 492 
Phipps. Marcella J 549 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 325 
PI TAUCHI 221 



Piatt. Jennifer S 215. 383, 516 

Picard, Michael H 

Pickard, Janet M 549 

Pickett, Jane D. 

Pickett, John H 

Pickett, William H 

Pickett. William R. 

Pickrell, Edward M 

Pickrell, Gerald W 

Pieratt. Holhe E 

Pieratt, Teresa W 

Pieratt, William H 

Pierce. Clairene M 

Pierce, Deborah A 445 

Pierce, George D 388, 446 

Pierce, Gerald L 

Pierce. Norma C 

Piercey. Vickie L. 

Piercy, Larry J. 

Piercy, Lawrence C 

Piersol, David J 

P.erson, Larry D 516 

Pigman. Janet M 492 

Pike, Betty J 

Pike, James G 

Pike, Janet M 446 

Pike, Jesse T 

Pike, Ronald L. 

Pliant, Jeann.e L 209. 374, 446 

Pilant, Marjone A. 

Pile, Curtis L. 

Pille, Jack R. 

Ping. Denton P. 

Ping, Howard L 

P.nkerton. Jean E 471 

Pmkerton, Robert S. 388 

Pinkerton. Thomas C. 467 

Pinkston, Charles T. 

Pmkston. Sharron M. 381 , 549 

Pinney, June E 

Pipes. Howard J 

Pnakos, Barbara D 516 

Pitcock. Nancy L. 446 

Pitman, Carolyn E 

Pins. James O. Ill 

Plan, Howard C. 

Plan, Nancy E. 

Plummer, Coach E. G, 258 

Plummer. James K. 

Plummer, James K Jr 395.516 

Poer. Marsha L 

Poff, Joyce O 446 

Pohlmann. Jeanne R 446 

Pohlmann. Kathy F 

Pomdexter, Vivian F 549 

POLITY SOCIETY 222 
Pollard. Barbara A 

Pollard, Philip A 492 

Pollei, Linda D 492 

Pollock. Robert E 390 

Polly, Bobby G 

Polly. Charles 

Polly, Dan M 

Polston. Dianne G. 516 

Polvmo, Dr. Gerald. ne J. 271 

Pomeroy, Steven M. 265 

Ponder, Aline C 

Ponder. Lelve I 467 

Ponder, Lyman T 

Ponton, Melbourne R. 467 

Pool, Violet L 

Poore, John S. 

Pope. Jack M. 

Pope, Janet M 385. 516 

Pope, Karren J 516 

Pope. Pamela M 

Popham. Warren E 

Popplewell, Kathy J. K 446 

Poner. Betty H 

Porter, Charles L 236 

Porter, Gale A 549 

Porter. Glen A 

Porter, James R 231 . 232, 234, 235, 

237, 446 
Porter. James W. 
Porter, Shelia G. 549 
Portune. Mary K 549 
Posey. Mr Robert 147 
Postlethwait, Stanley 
Poston. Daniel D 447 
Poston, Susan A S 
Potrafke, Larry S 
Pott. Kenneth L. 
Potter, Elizabeth J. 516 
Potter, Frank E. 
Potter, Michael J 516 
Potter. Wanda N 
Potter, William R. 
Potts, James A, 
Potts, James C. 
Potts. Nancy E 516 
Potts, Richard F 319.447 
Potts, Richard L 447 
Potts. Roberta 
Poulos, Alex 
Poweieit. Sherry L. 559 
Powell. Allen S 319 
Powell. Betsy M. 
Powell, Carl E 
Powell. Cecil W 
Powell, Charles N 
Powell, Garnetta J 359.549 
Powell. Gary L. 
Powell, Ivan J. 
Powell. Dr J. C. 128. 133 
Powell, James E . 
Powell.Jan.ee H 222.516,549 
Powell, Janice L 
Powell. John A, 
Powell, Judith A 379, 516 



Powell, Judith 8 

Powell. Karen 549 

Powell. Linda A. 

Powell. Marilyn A 

Powell. Martha J 447 

Powell, Neno L 549 

Powell, Opal M 

Powell, Pamela A 

Powell, Ray E 323, 447 

Powell, Richard 516 

Powell. Shelby R Jr 

Powell, Victoria G 299.447 

Powers, Deborah 8 224 

Powers, Donald R 

Powers, Van A 447 

Poynter, Daryl L. 201, 209. 214, 224, 

308. 331.447 
Poynter, Scon P 
Poynter, Verla 447 
Prater, Bobby R 
Prater. Danny L 
Prater, Dennis J. L. 
Prater, D.llard 
Prater. Frances M 
Prater. Frieda G 
Prater, James J 
Prater. Kathy 549 
Prater, Larry 
Prater, Paulette H. 
Prater. Wanda J 471 
Prather. Ethel M 
Prather, Kerry W 293,447 
Prather, Marcus W 
Prather, Martha S 516 
Prather. Sally J 516 
Prather, Sara E 
Prather. Sharon A 447 
Prather. Terry L 
Prats, Harry J 569 
Pratt, Michael W 214. 516 
Pratt, Richard J 
Pratts, Harry 336. 353 
Preece. Dianne C 492 
Prehar. Bohdan 
Presley, Billy G. 
Presley, Carole A. 
Presley. Richard L 
Presnell. Daniel J 
Presnoll, Glenn 260 
Preston. Betty P 
Preston. Charles L 
Preston, Delores L 492 
Preston. Dennis A 216. 447 
Preston. Michael 
Prewitt. Curtis W. 
Prewnt. Edna B. 311.447 
Prewitt, Jan R. 308 
Prewitt. John H. 
Prewitt, John R 
Prewitt, Mary A. 
Prewnt, Mary R 516 
Prewitt, Roger W 
Prewitt, William C 467 
Price, Ann E 549 
Price. Barbara J. 
Price, Catherine M. 31 1 . 447 
Price, David S 294. 384. 447 
Price. Delores A. 549 
Price, Desta C 
Price. Earl C 
Price, Jamesetta 517 
Price. Jerry L. 225,467 
Price, Nancy 492 
Price, Norma R 492 
Price. Samuel H. 
Price, Sherry J 517 
Price. Thomas G 
Price. William G. 

Price. William R. 260. 261. 357, 492 
Pnddy, Manlynn R 
Pndemore. Janie 
Pring. Jonathan B. 
Pruchett. Deborah T. 293, 387. 447 
Proctor. Connie J 559 
Proctor, Danny M 
Proffnt. Glennis 
Proffitt. Mary E 204. 214. 224.382, 

355. 376. 447 
Proffitt. Paul C 549 
Provost, Charles W 549 
Pruilt, Brenda B 447 
Pruilt. Edward K 
Pru.tt, Lois F. 
Pruitt. William C. 
Pruitt. William T. 
Pry, Ronald M 
Pryor. Edgar M II 517 
Pryse, Manha L. 299 
PSI CHI 224 
Puckett, Bettye K 492 
Puckett, David L 
Puckett. Janice C. 549 
Puckett, Larry M 354, 517 
Puckett, Lela J. 517 
Puckett, Mary J 
Puckett, Virgil T. 
Pufahl, Antonette C 
Pufahi. John P. 
Pugh, Jenny L 492 
Pugh, Susan 
Puhr. Barry W 
Pullen. Diane M. 
Pullen. Robert D 
Pullen. Ruth A. 
Pulham. Brenda S. 215 
Pulham, Carol B. 549 
Pulliam. Michael L 517 
Pulham. Shea 517 
Pullins. Edward T 
Pumphrey, Jack D 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 595 



Purcell. Ishmael L. 331.447 
Purcell, Jerrv M 
Purcell. Mary A. 549 
Purcell. NedS. 
Purcell, Paul H. 
Purcell. Rodney D. 
Purdom, Elmer R Jr 
Purdom, William B. 313 
Pursifull, Karen A. 
Pyles. Dan B. 
Pyles, Loran R. 

-Q- 

Quail, Karen S 549 
Quarles. David A. 517 
Quarles, Thomas C Jr. 447 
Quebbeman, Diana L 
Queen. Sally S- 549 
Queener, James R 
Quick, John L. 
Quick. Marguerite H. 517 
Quick. William T. 1 1 357. 447 
Quiero, Melvyn F 447 
Quigg, Daniel L 398. 549 
Quiggins. Pamela K 
Quiggms. Sharon E. 
Quillen. Helen E. 
Quillen, Nada C. 549 
Quillen. Nancy L. 
Qumley, Sharon K. 
Qumn. George D 
Quinn. Martha L 549 
Quire. Eddie L. 



Raabe. Stephen T 332.517 

Rabuzzi. Paul D. 517 

Race. Lezlie A 355,447 

Racklev. Ann M. 

Radchffe. Rebecca J. 492 

Rader, Anne N. 492 

Rader. Breht G. 447 

Rader, Janet M. 

Rader. Pearl J 

Raderer. Vickie L. 21 5, 288. 51 7 

Radom. Jay |_. 

Radway. David J. 

Rafford, Brenda J 

Ragan, Clyde D 

Ragan. David Y 517 

Ragan, Richard D 447 

Rahamut. Janet C 

Ramey, Deborah L 189. 299 

Ramey, Diane 

Ramey. James E 

Rams. Eugene D. 517 

Rams. George 492 

Rains. Linda S 559 

Rainwater, Harold L. 

Rairden. Gregory K 324. 339, 340, 

447 
Raistnck, Debra K. 492 
Raker, Edgar A. 
Raker. William A 467 
Rakestraw, Thomas L. 
Raleigh. Dennis R. 517 
Raleigh. Martha A 471 
Ralston. Euberta J 
Ramey, Dianna L. 447 
Ramey, Don T. 331,353 
Ramey. Jennifer L. 
Ramey, Karen L 517 
Ramey, Scheila B. 
Ramey. William R. 288 
Ramirez. Alfred N. 447 
Ramirez. Chuck 262 
Ramsdell, Jan H, 
Ram$dell. Dr. Leslie 220 
Ramsey. Danny D. 
Ramsey. Dinah G 
Ramsey, Elsa 
Ramsey. Ernest R 
Ramsey, Joyce M. 51 7 
Ramsey. Lois A. 
Ramsey, Michael L. 
Ramsey. Paul A 
Randall. Deborah S. 
Randall. Fannye J 
Randall. Michael A 
Randall. Roberta L 448 
Randol. Jon C. 362. 550 
Randolph, David S. 
Randolph. Randy E. 264, 265. 331 
Raney. Luie M. 550 
Raney. V.ck. S. 517 
Raniero. Louis A. Jr. 
Rankin, Bobbie J. 
Rankin. Brenda L. 448 
Rankin, James W. 518 
Rankin, Minnie W. 
Rankin, Robert A. 518 
Rankin. Terry L. 
Ranschaert. Cheryl L. 
Ransdell. Barbara A. 
Ranson, Catherine E. 492 
Ranvier. Gene A. 
Rapp, Joseph G. 288. 313.492 
Rasmen. William J. 
Ratcliff. William R.448 
Ratliff. Arlan P. 293 
Ratliff. Bernard D. 492 
Ratliff, Edna L. 
Ratliff, Frederick C. 
Ratliff, James M. 
Ratliff. James 0.247, 550 
Ratliff. Larry D 467 
Ratliff, Mary A. 
Rathff. Reba L. 
Ratliff. Richard R. 



Ratliff. Richard W 

Ratliff. Sidney G. 

Ratliff. Virginia J 39 

Rathffe.Sharyn J. 

Rattananont, Vanida 

Ratterree, Kenneth G. 

Rattner, Martha A 

Rauh, Adam D. 

Rausch. Cathy S. 383. 492 

Rawlins. Carolyn J. 448 

Rawlins, Robert S. 550 

Ray, Carol J. 518 

Ray. Gwinene 

Ray. Joan R. 335. 358, 492 

Ray. John L. II 

Ray. John T. 

Ray, Michael S. 550 

Ray, Richard D. 

Ray. Robert E. 

Raybould, Ronald W. 

Rayburn, John 290 

Rayburn. Sammye D. 

Rayens, Bruce C. 

Razor, Lucia C 518 

Ready. Rhonda M. 

Reagan, Mary L. 518 

Ream, Byron M. 

Ream. Deborah D. 

Ream, Judy F 

Reams, Blanche E. D 

Reams. Susan L 550 

Reasor. Edward D. 313 

Reaves. Lorene C 

Rebilas, Thomas J. 518 

Rebmann, Paul C 

Rebold. Patricia A 270, 305, 518 

Reck, Bruce A 

Record. Karen L 

Rector, Garry R. 

Reddick. Emmer T II 

Reddick. Eva J. R. 

Redding. Kendra J 308.448 

Reddv. Bernard T. 559 

Redfern. Larry K. 215, 225. 448 

Redford, Johnny A 

Redmon, Barbara J 

Redmond. Roy A. 448 

Reece, Michael W 

Reece, Sharon F 

Reed, Alan W. 

Reed, Andrew J 

Reed. Carol 518 

Reed. Deborah L 550 

Reed, Eula C 467 

Reed. Gwendolyn S 

Reed. Jesse 321 

Reed. Joellen 

Reed, Judith L, 216. 518 

Reed, Louis 

Reed. Mary L. 

Reed, Michael E. 

Reed. Patricia L. 

Reed. Peter D 323, 357 

Reed. Phillip G. 220, 223, 448 

Reed. Robert E 328, 518 

Reed. Sally J 288. 541, 550 

Reed. Thomas W. 222. 389. 492 

Reeder. Cheryl A 

Reeder. Chris R 264, 265 

Reedy, Burnetta C. 

Reese. Dwight B. 

Reese, Gtenda M. 294 

Reese. James A. 518 

Reese. Nicholas A 

Reeves, Ben N 448 

Reeves, Connie J. 308 

Reeves, James P. 

Reeves. Janice E. 

Reeves, Sue J. 

Reffitt, David P. 493 

REGISTRATION WEEK 107,535 

Rehkamp, Dianne M 518 

Rehkamp. Jeanne M. 550 

Reichenbach. Mona L 387. 550 

Reid. Eddie M 

Reid. James F. 

Reid. Judy T 293.387 

Reid. June W. L. 

Reid. Kenneth 237 

Reid. Mary K.448 

Reid, Susan E. 

Reid, Thomas L 237 

Reid. Tim 296 

Remert, Steven L 493 

Reinhardt, Ruth C 518 

Remheimer. Rebecca E. 448 

Reinstedler. Katherin 

Reintz. Marcia 31 1 

Reis, William E. 550 

Reisen. Jane L 387, 518 

Re.ss. Jessie M. 288. 295. 518 

Reiter. Brenda 28. 278, 305. 31 5, 

473 
Relken, Robert M 332. 448 
Remy. Sandra K. 518 
Renfro. Dorothy M 
Renfro, Harold Douglas 
Renfrow, Terry W 
Renner. Cheryl L. 448 
Rentz. Marcia J. 493 
Reppert, Carolyn 288, 526. 550 
Requardt, Terry H. 
Retzlaff, Craig L. 
Reuss, Robert P. 
Reves, Charles B. 
Reynierson, Deborah J. 550 
Reynolds. Barry E. 
Reynolds. Beverly C. 
Reynolds. Dan C. 
Reynolds, Emma S. 



Reynolds, Eugene P 324, 493 

Reynolds, Gregory R. 294. 354. 518 

Reynolds, Harold D. 493 

Reynolds, Hazel 1.493 

Reynolds. Hugh C. 

Reynolds. James C. 

Reynolds, James W. 

Reynolds. Kathy L. 

Reynolds, Kendall D. 

Reynolds. Linda J. 550 

Reynolds, Linda L. 

Reynolds, Linsay Jr. 

Reynolds, Nancy A 550 

Reynolds. Robert J 

Reynolds. Terry D 550 

Rhea. James R 

Rhea. John E. 

Rhinehimer. Bobbie J 493 

Rhodes. Byno R II 201. 216 

Rhodes. Karen L 

Rhodes. Stephen D. 354, 550 

Rhodes, William T. 

Rhodus, Deborah C. 550 

Rhodus. Edgar M. 

Rhodus. Harry D. 

Rhodus, John L. 

Rhodus, Marsha L 

Rhodus. Susan A. M. 

Rhodus, W. David 

Rhodus. William G 

Ricciardi, Gerald M. 

Rice. Andrew W. 335, 518 

Rice. Betty A. 301.493.519 

Rice. Betty K. 

Rice. Carol B. 

Rice, George L 335, 493 

Rice, Helen M 550 

Rice, Jan H. 550 

Rice, Jo A. 215. 299.363, 519 

Rice, OraE. 225 

Rice, Pamela J. 

Rice. Paul R. 

Rice, Robert L Jr 327.559 

Rice. Rosemary 493 

Rice, Stephen P. 

Rice. VickeS. 305.493 

Rich. John B. 

Rich. Kathy S 550 

Richards. Carol D 

Richards. Charles D. 

Richards, Garlon D 

Richards. Jeffrey H 

Richards, Nora E 519 

Richards, Virginia J. 296 

Richardson. Bonnie J 

Richardson, Deborah L. 519 

Richardson, Donald W 

Richardson, Eric D. 

Richardson. Karen R. 493 

Richardson. Kenneth D 328 

Richardson. Larry L. 

Richardson, Linda J. M 

Richardson. Orestes 

Richardson, Randy D 

Richardson, fiisa B 

Richardson, Sharon S. 519 

Richardson. Vickie L 

Richardson, Wade H 550 

Richens. Christine E 216.493 

Richerson. Janice E 493 

Richeson, Angela R 296. 519 

Richman. Gene N, 388. 448 

Richmond. Catherine A 214, 224. 448 

Richmond, Joyce M. 

Richter. Robert K. 550 

Ricke, Barbara A 272, 363. 550 

Ricketts, Becky B, 31 1, 349. 519 

Rickey, Christine S. 

Riddell, Michael L. 

Ridden. Nancy L. 

Riddell. Paul M. 519 

Riddell. Thomas D 

Riddle. Donna G. 550 

Riddle, Georgene 288 

Riddle. Sherne L 296. 550 

Riddle. Stephen G 

Riddle. Teresa L, 

Riddle. Terrill R. 550 

Riddlebarger, Edwin H. 

Ridenour. Brenda K. 221. 550 

Ridenour. Debora S 308. 519 

Rider, Bruce M, 

Rider, Charles L. Jr. 

Rider, Richard D Jr. 550 

Ridgell. Raymond P. 

Ridings, Marcia M. 

Ridley, La Sandra E. 303, 348 

Riedman. Jeffrey L. 

Ries, Donna M. 

Riffe. Gwendolyn 519 

Riffle. Paul D. 519 

Riggms. James L. 

Riggins, Jane A. 

Riggms, Susan L. 519 

Riggle. Christine K 

Riggle. Marsha L. 216. 448 

Riggs. Mary H. 

Riggs, Patty L. 519 

Rigney, Chandra R. 

Rigsbee. Rebecca L 550 

Rigsby. Edward 1.448 

Riley, Berime J. 

Riley. Daniel C. 

Riley. Rebecca T 216, 493 

Riley, Thomas J. 519 

Rinks. Jami E.519 

Ripley, Martin R. 

Ripperdan. Manferd K. 550 

Ripperdan, Sharleen C 448 

Rippy. Jesse D Jr. 



Risher, Beatrice M 559 
Risher, George A. 559 
Risi. Richard B 188 
Rismiller, Steven H 
Rist. Donald E. Jr. 
Ritchey. Barry 
Ritchey, Pamelia K. 
Ritchey, Patricia M. 
Ritchie, Carolyn K. 493 
Ritchie, David T. 
Ritchie, George L 
Ritchie. Marney D. 550 
Ritchie, Pat 355 
Ritchie. Terry L. 473 
R.tter, Kenneth M. 324 
Ritter, Sue K. 
Rivera, Anibal 374 
Rivena, Chico 223 
Roach. Charles A 
Roach. Dons A. 363. 550 
Roach. Judge R 467 
Roach. Kathryn J. 550 
Roach. Mary S 
Roach, Robert P. 265 
Roades, Gerald D. 
Roark, Irene L. 550 
Roark. James R. 
Robards, John M 
Robbins. Charlotte A. 
Robbms, Deborah J. 
Robbins. Earl L Jr. 252 
Robbins. George C 550 
Robbins. Tob.e A 369, 550 
Roberson, Arthur F 
Roberts, Claudia L 308, 519 
Roberts. Dan L. 
Roberts. David T 237 
Roberts, Deborah R 
Roberts, Deborah S 
Roberts, Donna J 
Roberts. Donna L 
Roberts, Earl 131 
Roberts, Harold K. 550 
Roberts. Harold R 
Roberts, James S. 
Roberts, James W. 493 
Roberts, John S 313, 493 
Roberts, Jonathan D 
Roberts. Lynda K 
Roberts, Malvm D 
Roberts, Margaret M. 
Roberts. Michael J. 216 
Roberts. Michael L. 
Roberts. Paul W. 
Roberts. Rebecca A 
Roberts, Roger S. 
Roberts. Ronnie R. 
Roberts. Shirley S. 550 
Roberts, Stanlev L. 229, 237 
Roberts, Stephen D 323 
Roberts, Susan C 301 , 448 
Roberts, Susan K. 493 
Roberts, Wayne T. 
Robertson. Gwendolyn 
Robertson. James M 448 
Robertson. John L 550 
Robertson, Kathleen 0. 
Robertson. Larry E 
Robertson. Mary J. 551 
Robertson. Melissa B 551 
Robertson, Sandra K T 448 
Robertson, Victoria G. 519 
Robinette. Charles E 
Robinson, Allen H. 
Robinson, Barry M. 
Robinson, Bilhe H. 
Robinson, Candace J. 
Robinson, Carl C. 
Robinson. Carol J. 224. 448 
Robinson. Cathy C. 
Robinson. Charles D 288, 448 
Robinson, Daniel L. 
Robinson, Debra P. 539, 551 
Robinson, Elaine 225 
Robinson. FredS. 519 
Robinson. Dr. George W. 1 73 
Robinson, James G 
Robinson. Jenny K. 493 
Robinson, Joan K. 
Robinson. Joe F. 448 
Robinson. John L 519 
Robinson, John L 
Robinson, Linzil F. 
Robinson. Marilyn O 448 
Robinson. Marion M. 
Robinson. Mattie J. 519 
Robinson, Paul R. 448 
Robinson. Peggy J 493 
Robinson. Rita G 221,551 
Robinson. Robert L. 519 
Robmson. Rondal D. 
Robinson. Ruth A. 519 
Robinson. Ruth A. 526, 551 
Robinson, Ruth E 448 
Robinson, Sandra G. 
Robinson, Virginia K. 216 
Robinson. Wayne 
Robison, Margaret A. 
Robke. Thomas R. 
Roch, Harry 301 
Roder. Philip W. 
Rodgers. Charles E. 559 
Rodgers, Danny C. 493 
Rodgers. David K. 
Rodgers, David N. 551 
Rodgers. Ellen L. 519 
Rodgers, Joaquin R. 
Rodgers, Susan M. 551 
Rodman, Sue A. 31 1 . 448 
Rodriguez, Natalie 311. 449 



Roe, Gary W 493 

Roe, Michael P. 328, 493 

Roesch, Harold F 255. 519 

Roesel. Gregory A. 

Rogan, Janice A 210. 449 

Rogers, Andrew T. 

Rogers, Anne N. 493 

Rogers, Barbara E 

Rogers. Bonnie K. 493 

Rogers. Brenda J. 

Rogers, Brenda S. 519 

Rogers, Carl L. 

Rogers. Deborah L 

Rogers, Don 449 

Rogers, Dwight E. 551 

Rogers. Gerald W. 551 

Rogers, James A 

Rogers, James L 

Rogers. James L. 

Rogers, John G. Ill 

Rogers. Kathie J. 385 

Rogers, Linda S. 

Rogers. Mary T. 449 

Rogers, Maxine Y. 

Rogers. Melvin H. 

Rogers. Michael A. 519 

Rogers, Patricia L. 519 

Rogers. Royce B. 

Rogers. Susan L 299 

Rogers. William E.335 

Rogers, William R. 

Rogers, William T 

Rogers. William T 

Ronman. Meda T. 

Rokerst, Roger 255 

Rolfe, John R. 

Rolfes. Linda J, 355.449 

Rolfes. Sandra D 

Roller, Ann M. 

Roller, Danny R. 

Roller, James M 388, 449 

Roller, Larry G. 

Rollins, David E. 

Rollms. James M. 

Root. Francis D. 

Rosa. Leonard A Jr 

Rose, Becky A. 519 

Rose. Chester A. 

Rose, Curtis O. 

Rose, Debbie F. 

Rose, Lana R 551 

Rose. Linda 493 

Rose. Marianne 218, 493 

Rose. Nina I B. 449 

Rose. Rebecca A. 

Rose. Roger W 

Rose, Ronald D 

Rose. Scon D. 

Rose. Suzanne 551 

Rose, William E. 449 

Rose, Wilma K. 

Roseberry. Patricia J 288 

Rosenkrans. Nancy J 

Rosenstiel. Patricia 551 

Ross, Anna J, 551 

Ross. Brenda K 273 

Ross, Carole J 450 

Ross, Charles S. 

Ross, Clair V. 551 

Ross, Donna L. 

Ross. GlendaG. 

Ross, IneTta 

Ross. Jim K 218. 393 

Ross, Julia L. 

Ross, Lynn 311 

Ross. Marie C. 

Ross. Mary F. 551 

Ross, Nancy F.473 

Ross, Richard A 519 

Ross, Sharon S. 

Ross, Susan L. 450 

Ross. VincentS. 

R.O.T.C. SPONSORS 376 

Roth. Harry L. II 315 

Rothel. Billie A. 519 

Rottersman, Thelma K. 

Roundtree, Cecil R 

Roundtree, Janet S. 

Roussos, Carol L, 288, 473 

Routh. Joseph W. 

Routson. Susan J. N. 450 

Routson. Terry W 519 

Rowe, Don R. 

Rowe, Gerald L. 450 ^ 

Rowe. Paul W. 

Rowland. Kenneth R 519 

Rowland. Opal S 519 

Rowland. Roderick 

Rowland. Stephen D. 

Rowland, Steve J. 559 

Rowlett, Debra L 

Rowlen, Jeffrey D. 

Rowtett, Dr. John D. 137 

Rowlen, Sharon K. 293, 519 

Rowlett, Terry A. 384. 450 

Rowlette, Martha A 551 

Rowley. Sue E 

Roy, Charles W. 

Rov, Garnett G. 

Roy. Gerald G. 519 

Roy. Lana F. 379, 493 

Roy, Luther V. 

Roy, Mary Kay 355, 450 

Royalty, James L. 493 

Royalty. John T. Jr. 

Royalty, Larry W, 

Royalty, Paul L. 

Royalty, Robert D 

Royalty, Rosalee 

Royalty. William O. 



596 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 





Construction, with all its trimmings, continues as usual. 



Royce, Evelyn H. 551 

Royse. Barbara A 450 

Royse, Brenda K 

Rozanski, Kevin F. 

Rozeman. Melanie 

Rozen. Alycia I 

Rozen, Rosalyn E 

Rozier, Jamesena J 98.99 

Rubin, Steven M. 

Ruck, Nancy L. 

Rucker. Alan 

Rucker. Margaret A 

Rucker, Russell 

Rudd. Edward L. 

Rudd. Judy R. 

Rudd, Lawrence P 

Rudder, Mike D. 

Rudder, Rebecca B 

Ruder. Margaret B. 

Ruder. Sieve M. 

Rudisell, Anita R 

Rue. Insco W. 

Rue, Kenneth B 

Rue. Rebecca J 201, 213, 216 

Ruff, Carolyn A 187 

Ruff, Harry L 

fluffing, James E 

Ruffing, LeoG. 

fluffner. Robert S. 362. 493 

Run. Cindi O. 

Rub, Richard 324 

Ruh. floslyn 450 

Ruhl, Joseph D. 

Rulon. Kathryn 198. 199. 209. 214, 

374, 450 
Rumpke, Chrystal V 
Runyon, David H 313, 351,519 
flunyon. Vera L. 551 
Runyon, Woodrow W. Jr. 
Hush, Brenda G 
Rush, Cynthia L. 359 
Hush, Gwenn C. 
Rush, Larry B- 377 
Rush, Margaret P 551 
Rush. Ted K. 
Rushbrook, Leland H 
Rusher, Phillip T 
Russell. Bill R 
Russell. Charles M 450 
Russell. Cheryl A. 493 
Russell, Cynthia A 
Russell. David L 



Russell, Durwood 332 
Russell. George A. 
Russell, Jacqueline M 493 
Russell. Joe D 493 
Russell, Leonard A. 450 
Russell. Mona F. 551 
Russell. Patricia K.493 
Russell, Rebecca E. 551 
Russell, Robert L. 
Russell, Virginia M. 551 
Russell, William R. Jr. 
Rusterholz, Shirley I 383. 493 
Ruth. William D. 
Ryan. Anthony D. 
Ryan, Michael L. 
Ryan, Ronald D. 551 
Rye, Sarah C 
Rymell. Janet L 450 
Rymell, Vick. J. 381. 519 



SNEA 383 
Saah. Edward C 
Sackett. June A 
Sacra, Christine E 
Sadler. Amy J. 
Safley. Timothy B 
Safreed, Charles T 
Sagarese, Paul E 313 
Salamone. Deborah J. 551 
Salisbury. Clara H 
Salisbury. John A 519 
Sallee, Christine A. 552 
Sallee, Loretta S 
Sallee. William J. 
Salmons, Diamond 
Salmons, Violet 
Salomon. Arthur fl 
Salvucci, Kathy S. 
Salvucci. Samuel D 450 
Salyer, Or Darnell 379 
Salver. Deborah A 385.467 
Salyer, Patsy C. 
Salvers. Beth A 
Salvers. John W. 384 
Salvers. Wmford F C. 
Salyers. Zack D Jr 
Sammer, Mary J. 553 
Sammons, John P 
Sammons, Robert A. 362, 450 
Samons, Jesse E 



Samons, Ronald 

Sample, Maria E 389, 393. 450 

Samples, Edgar B 

Sampson, Elmer E 450 

Sams. Miss Ethel 

Sams, Linda G. 381, 552 

Samuels, Donald E. 

Sanders, Adrian T 

Sanders, Barbara J. 

Sanders, Darla G 

Sanders, Donna K 

Sanders. Eddie A 

Sanders. Linda A 

Sanders, Michael E. 

Sanders. Sandrea K 

Sanders, Stanley C. Jr. 

Sanders. Thomas P. 

Sanders. Virginia P 

Sanders, Wilma K.450 

Sanderson. Robert M 266 

Sandford, Robert M. 559 

Sandidge, Henry B Jr 

Sandlm. Brenda K. 552 

Sandl.n, Del M 362 

Sandlm, Grace S. 

Sands. Martha F . 21 5. 369. 51 9 

Sandusky, Fredrick L. 237,450 

Sandy. Cynthia K. 355 

Sanford, Dale A 

Sanford. Robert 253 

Sanford, Stephanie L 

Sanslow, Elmer E. 

Sapp. Phil D 

Sapp, Robert G 

Sapp. Thomas K 

Sargent, Jacqueline L 

Satterly. Ronald J 

Sauage, Larrv D 

Sauer, Eugene T. 

Saunders, Albert A 

Saunders, Deborah K 

Saunders. Ellen M 224. 450 

Saunders. James R 260 

Saunders, Joanna D 519 

Saunders. Thomas B. 

Saunders. W.lma 355 

Sawhill. Lucv J. 

Sawyer, William C 21 8. 288. 395, 

493 
Sawyers, Darrell E 
Saylor, Clemeth R. 
Saylor. David K. 559 



Saylor, Esaw450 

Saylor, Katy L. G. 

Saylor. Robert L 

Savior, Ronald G 

Sayre, Charles R 

Sayre. Edward E 

SCABBARD AND BLADE 223 

Scalf, Danny D. 

Scalf, Elizabeth A 

Scamorza, Deborah A 

Scanlon. Margarette B 

Scanlon, Paul E 519 

Scarberry, David L.519 

Scarborough, John H 331.450 

Scarbrough. Dennis D. 

Scaring.. Gerard A 31 , 258. 31 7. 

450 
Scent. Tina L. 379. 552 
Schaad, Kent M, 
Schadler. David C. 
Schaffer. Judy A 
Schaffer. Karen L 215, 270, 378, 

519 
Schanen, Richard K. 
Schanen, Sandy K. 
Scheib, Judy 
Scheibeck, Michael R. 
Scheland. Barry A 
Schlelem. Roxann 519 
Schepman. Mary L. 
Schepman. William R. 
Scherrer, Daniel R 520 
Schetler. Joseph E 
Schieman. Barbara A 305, 351 . 353, 

383, 450, 569 
Schildmeyer. Gregorv 
Schilling, Donald D 520 
Schilling, Michael C. 313 
Schmdler. Robert E 
Schlaak, John R 
Schleigh. Craig B 255 
Schlelem. Roxann 215, 383 
Schloemer. Stephanie 221 , 450 
Schlosser. Cynthia A 450 
Schlosser, Linda L. 493 
Schmid, James E 
Schmidt. Betsy 288 
Schmidt, Elizabeth L 552 
Schmidt, Lynne M. 210. 214, 374, 

450 
Schmidt. Ronald L. 
Schmied, Orville K Jr 450 



Schnabel. Susan J 378. 552 
Schneider. Bobbie J 552 
Schneider. Charles M. 
Schneider. Judith A 
Schock. Debra A 552 
Schoenacker. Irving D 
Schoenleber. Jerry H 328.353 
Scholl. Mary L. 519 
Schomaker. James B 
Schomaker, Roger G. 348 
Schork, Jane L. 299 
Schornick, Teresa D 
Schoulthies. Jackie L 
Schreiber. Mark G 467 
Schrichten, Marcia L 
Schroth, James D 374 
Schubert. Jean S. 552 
Schuhmann. Patricia A. 552 
Schuler, Dorothy E 295, 520 
Schuler, Karen L. 520 
Schultes. Jacqueline 
Schulze, Janet L 520 
Schum. Roberta A 313 
Schumacher. James D 493 
Schumacher. Margaret 493 
Schumer, Larry R 
Schummer, Judv A. 301 
Schuster. Guenter A 
Schwartz, Glenda K 
Schwartz. John E 
Schwartz. Mary J 
Schwartz, Pauline 355. 493 
Schweikert. Gary L 
Schweitzer, Randall J 
Schweitzer. Ronald L 
Schwendeman. Herbert 
Schwendeman, Dr. Joseph fl. 1 72 
Schwenke, Carol P 305, 520 
Schwettman. Jeanme C 311 
Schwienohann, Babetl 473, 520 
Schwing, Kenneth W 493 
Scigliane, Janet L 450 
Scopa, Catherine M 
Scopa, Joseph A Jr. 519 
Scon. Albert L Jr 
Scott, Alfred T 473 
Scott, Arlene F 552 
Scott. Bren D. 
Scott. Charles W 
Scott. Connie L 
Scott, DanaK 311,452 
Scott, Diana L 305 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 597 



Scott, Dianna K 452 

Scott, Donna F 

Scott, Elizabeth J. 552 

Scott, Faith 311. 345, 353 

Scott, Fonnie A 

Scott, Gary L. 

Scon, George W. 493 

Scott, James S Jr. 288. 372, 377 

Scott. Janice M. 519 

Scott, Jerry R. 

Scott, Jimmy B. 

Scott, John H 

Scott, John R 

Scott, Joyce L 519 

Scott, Linda S 493 

Scott. Marsha G 

Scott. Mary L. 

Scott. Phyllis G D. 

Scoit, Raymond J. 

Scott. Rometia L. 

Scott, Ste«en G 

Scott, Susan L. 552 

Scott, Susan W 

Scott. Thomas A 493 

Scott, Thomas L 260. 331 

Scott, Thomas M. 

Scott. Tommy A. 

ScoviHe, Janis C 

Scrivner, Charles G 493 

Scruggs, Dr. C. E. 385 

Scruggs, William H. 

Scudder. Wayne V 493 

Scully, Timothy C 

Scutchfield. Teresa K. 

Seabree. James 249 

Seals. Joseph M. 

Seals. Linda L. 452 

Seaman. Patricia A 216, 520 

Search, Teresa 385 

Searcy, Holhs L 331 

Searcy. Maurice L 467 

Searcy, Teresa A 303 

Searle, James E 

Sears, Brenda J 

Sears, C. Brent 452 

Sears. Ronald K 

Sears. Sharon K 

Sears. Terry D 

Sears, Wilretha 

Sears. Zella C 

Seaton, Elizabeth L 

Sebastian, Darvm E. 294 

Sebastian, Patricia A 520 

Sebastian, Tanya L. 520 

Sebree. James E 249 

See, John W 

Sefcovic, James H 

Seibel, Clifford G 552 

Seifend, Deborah A 369 

Seller, James V 

Seiler, Mary J. 520 

Seip, William H 520 

Seiss. Steven R 

Setter. Ronald A 258, 259, 331 

Seithers, Stephen W 354, 552 

Sertz, Teresa J 520 

Sekura, Carol S 494 

Selby. Brenda F 378 

Seldm, Lance C. 

Sell. Charles M. 

Sellers. Clyde E 452 

Sellers. Jerri E 103. 215, 278. 

305. 520 
Sellers. Mary E 
Sellers, Myra E. 
Sells, Lenora S 494 
Sells. Stephen P. 
Seltsam. William M 
Senavmin. Somsak N 
Sengel. George Fill 
SENIOR CITATIONS 200 
Sennet, Deborah A. 301, 452 
Sensel. Elizabeth A 388 
Sensel, Maureen L 
Seopa, Cathy 387 
Sergeant. Donna M. 221 
Serowik, Anthony T 
Setters, Michael D. 237 
Settles, Cathy S. 
Settles, Jeffrey K 319,494 
Settles, Joseph A. 452 
Settles, Paul D 494 
Sevier, Coy A 520 
Sevier, Sharon A 293, 452 
Sewell. Charles B III 
Sewell, Charles K 374 
Sewell. Norma B 216 
Sexton. Amy C. 
Sexton. Cheryle L 
Sexton. Ferns J. 
Sexton, Michael E 
Sexion, Shirley L 
Sexton, Thomas L 
Seyfnt, Paul M. 
Shackelford. Janet R. 
Shackelford, John K 220, 452 
Shadwick, Robert W 494 
Shafer, Jenny A. 
Shaffner. Timothy W. 
Shah. Ginshchandra M. 
Shah, Kanu C. 
Shah, Madhun D. 
Shah, Narendra N. 
Shakib.Simm R, 363. 520 
Shanes. Robert L. 381 , 520 
Shank, Dan R 288, 328 
Shannon. Charles D. 
Sharer. Jack A 552 
Sharff, Debra L. 
Sharon, Timothy K. 



Sharp, Freda J. 552 
Sharp, Gary T. 
Sharp, Jennie S 
Sharp, John S. Jr. 
Sharp, Lincoln V. 520 
Sharp, Linda D. 380. 520 

Sharp, Martha A. 

Sharp. Peggy A- 552 

Sharp, Dr. Robert 179 

Sharp, Sandra J 494 

Sharpe, John M 

Shatto, Mary F 552 

Shaw, Connie R D 

Shaw. Diane D. 

Shaw, Lela M. 

Shaw. Patricia A. 

Shaw. Rollin R, 

Shay. Cathy L 526,552 

Shearer, John C. 

Shearer, Loretta L 

Shearer, Robert C 

Shearer, Ronnie M 

Shearouse, Ronald W. 452 

Sheckels, Timothy W. 

Sheckler, Julia M. 

Sheets, Deborah Y 559 

Sheets. Kathy E 288. 552 

Shehan, Faye A. 

SheiMey. Joseph W 

Sheilley, Lucy E.385 

Shekell. John J. 494 

Shelburne, Alice M 

Shelbume, Ivan Jr 

Shelby, Kamelya E 473 

Shelby. Terry L. 

Shelhart. Cathy M.452 

Shellenberger, Chas R. 

Shelton. Deborah A 

Shelton, Eugene A 

Shelton, Karen E. 288, 363 

Shelton, Lea A. 552 

Shelton. Regma A 369. 552 

Shelton. Richard L. 

Shelton, Ronald J 321 . 353, 452 

Shelton. Stephen C. 

Shelton, Theresa D 

Shepherd, Brenda M 453 

Shepherd. Chris 

Shepherd. James L 520, 539 

Shepherd, John W 

Shepherd. Lois C. 

Shepherd. Oakie L 

Shepherd. Pamela A. 

Shepherd, Patricia L. 552 

Shepherd. Phyllis J. 453 

Shepherd, Randy S 

Shepherd, Roger J. 

Sherman, Richard L. 

Sherrard. Eugene T 

Sherrard, Michael A 319,453 

Shernll, Lisle R. 

Sherrod, Richard W 

Sherrod, Virginia T 272. 552 

Snerrow. Winston G 

Shew, Gilbert S 520 

Shew. James R 520 

Shew, Kathryn L. 552 

Shew, Kathryn R. 

Shields. Charlotte F. 552 

Shields. Gary L 328,350 

Shields, Shernll L. 494 

Shields. Sondra C 453 

Shields, Thomas M 

.Shmdelbower. Paul D 520 

Shipley. James S. 

Shipman. Joyce E 311.494 

Shireman, Charlene 

Shireman. Mark C. 229, 232, 237 

Shoal. Bill 

Shobe. Janet W. 520 

Shock, Edwin D Jr, 288, 317 

Shockey, Colonel R. 

Shockley, Gary A 

Shockley, Gary W. 559 

Shoemaker. Phillip W. 

Shoemaker, Roger 317 

Shonert. Genevieve G. 

Shores, Helen L. 

Shores, Jackson G Jr. 

Short. Harrison S. 

Short. Jessie R, 

Short. Larry D. 

Short. Mary R. 

Short, Nancy K 44, 299. 453 

Short, Ronald L. 

Short, Sheila K. L 

Shortt, Ann A. B. 

Shortt, John H. 

Shotwell. Jerry L 216. 520 

Shoup. James R 313, 499 

Shouse. Phillip R. 

Shows, Geneva R 

Shrader. Susan J 150. 293. 387, 

494 
Shrode. James R. 552 
Shrout. David L. 
Shrout, Larry T. 
Shuck. James K. 520 
Shufflebarger. Elizab 473 
Shull, Janet L B.453 
Shull. Terry L. 
Shumard, Vicki L. 305 
Shunnara. Samier E. 520 
Shupmg. Dale A. 331 
Shuster, Robert M. 552 
Shye, Carl W. 
Sickels. David H. 520 
Sickles, Gregg A. 
Sidebottom, James M. 
Sidebottom, Robert R 453 



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Siders, Jane! B.453 

Siders. Michael P. 453 

Sidles. Joseph W 453 

Siereveld, David A. 494 

Siers, Linda L. 

Sigler, E Susan 214. 270, 273. 453 

SIGMA CHI 326 

SIGMA NU 329 

SIGMA TAU PI 220 

Siler. Ernest L 

Siler, Vivian M 

Siller, Carole L 387.453 

Sills, Dennis M. 520 

Silverman, Tern G. 

Silvious, Ken 258 

Simandle, Sandra J. 

Simcoe, Pamela L. 311, 494 

Simkms, William E 

Simmermon. Judith M 467 

Simmons. Margaret S. 

Simmons, Randall K 

S.mms. Carl E 395 

Simon, Kay F. 299 

Simpson. Betty J. 219, 453 

Simpson, Celinda L 

Simpson. Deborah A 494 

Simpson, Fredrick L 520 

Simpson, Garnet! L. Jr. 

Simpson, Gary 552 

Simpson, Glen G 

Simpson, Harry C, Jr. 99 

Simpson. Jackie D 

Simpson, James F, 

Simpson, Lynn G. 

Simpson, Nancey M 520 

Simpson, Patrick N 

Simpson, Randy M 

Simpson, Sandra K. 305 

Simpson. Shan 308.453 

Simpson, Shearly E. 

Simpson, Stephanie M 553 

Simpson, Susan G. 

Sims, Barbara L 494 

Sims, Bobby R. 

Sims. Br en. -1j D 

Sims. Bruce 

Sims, Cheryl L. 473 

Sims, Daniel C 

Sims. Edward S 361, 384 

Sims, Jerome B 237. 332 

Sims. Julia A 553 

Sims. Larry B 494 

Sims, Linda C 553 

Sims, Mary A 

Sims. Opheliu L. 

Sims. Robert B 

Sims. Thomas M 

Sims, Tom M 

Singer. Craig S 377,453 

Singleton. Charles G 

Sipe. Wanna M. 453 

Sipple. Charles E 453 

Sipple. David K. 

Sipple, Jane S. C. 

Sircle. Randal A. 388. 453 

Sizemore, Brenda J. 494 

Sizemore, Calloway 

Sizemore, Doris 

Sizemore, George R 

Sizemore, Henry C 

Sizemore, Lawrence 

Sizemore, Marquetia 553 

Sizemore. Mary P 383, 494 

Sizemore, Randall K 

Sizemore. Thomas J. Jr 

Sizemore, Winford G. 

Skaggs. James P, 

Skaggs. Lucille M 

Skaggs. Virginia R 

Skaggs, William F. II 

Skarosi, David A. 

Skedel, Deborah M 494 

Skeen, Jay H. 

Skeens. Ken H 

Skelton, Jane W 467 

Skidmore, James M 

Skidmore. Kathy S 

Skidmore. Martha L. 494 

Skidmore, Mary A 

Skidmore, Stephen T. 

Skinner. Elmer N 

Skinner. Helen R.473 

Skinner. Rebecca R 553 

Skinner, Rita M 

Skinner. William Jr. 453 

Skonieczny, Bernard F. 

S'ade, George D 

Slade. Helen F. 

Si.nl'- Jimmy D. 

Slade. Steven W 288. 520 

Slagle. Jefferson B 237, 247 

Slaughter. Donald L. 

Slayback. Michael I 

Slayton, Judy A. 

Shger. James F 

Sloan. Clyde W 

Sloan. John D 

Sloan. Paulina A. F 

Sloas. Cathy R 

Slone, Andrew P 

Stone. CarolS. 

Slone, Deborah S 

Slone. George T. 200. 223, 453 

Slone, John L 520 

Slone, John M. 

Slone, Johnnie O. 255, 453 

S'one, Kenneth R 

Slone. Lynne R. 453 

Slone. Mazie 

Slone. Robert W. 221 



Slone, Tommy 




Slusher, Deborah S. 553 




Slusher. Floyd K. 




Slusher. Irene K, 




Slusher, Leonard J. 




Slusher, Sharon L. 520 




Sluss. James M. 453 




Small, Elisabeth A. 301 . 369. 494 




Small. June L. 553 




Small. Linda D 553 




Smalley, Charles M 




Smalley. Lynn C. 




Smalley, Scott A 




Smallwood, Barry L. 494 




Smallwood, David L Jr 221, 376 


453 


Smallwood, Debra A 553 




Smallwood. James C 




Smallwood, Leroy 




Smallwood. Michael S. 




Smart. Richard K 




Smart. Wilma A. 




Smiley, Harold K 553 




Smiley, Kenneth R. 




Smith. Ada S. 




Smith, Alfred R. 




Smith, Arliene 383,494 




Smith, Arthur B. 313 




Smith, Belindas. 




Smith. Bennita J 




Smith. Betsy C. 




Smith. Betty P 




Smith. Beverly A. 473 




Smith. Billy C. 494 




Smith, Billy F. 




Smith. Bonnie G, 553 




Smith. Brenda E 494 




Smith, Brenda K. 




Smith. Calvin L. 




Smith, Carlos R. Jr. 361 . 453 




Smith. Carol 494 




Smith, CarolynS. 308.494 




Smith, Catherine A. 553 




Smith, Charles R. 




Smith, Chester L 247 




Smith, Clara M 468 




Smith, Clara S. 




Smith. Clarence Jr. 




Smith, Clyde J. 




Smith, Coleman C. 




Smith, ConnieS. 453 




Smith. Constance R 559 




Smith, Curtis 




Smith. Danny 




Smith, Danny M. 317 




Smith. David C 453 




Smith. David E. 553 




Smith, David M 




Smith, David S 553 




Smith, David W. 384 




Smith, Deborah C. 




Smith, Deborah C. 




Smith, Deborah K.453 




Smith. Deborah L. 553 




Smith. DeloresG. 520 




Smith. Denise D. 494 




Smith, Dennis H. 328. 494 




Smith. Dianne R. 553 




Smith. Dionne F. 




Smith. Donald H. 




Smith. Donald J. 




Smith, Dons L. 




Smith, Dorothy H 




Smith. Douglas M. 222 




Smith, Earl 




Smith. Earl P 




Smith. Edward K. 




Smith, Elaine 




Smith, Ellen S. 794 




Smith. Emily C. 




Smith, Ethel B. 




Smith, G Stephen Jr 553 




Smith, Georgeann R 




Smith. Gerald R. 559 




Smith, Glenn B. 




Smith, Grace M. 




Smith, Henry E. 




Smith, J. B. 




Smith, Jackie K. 




Smith, James D 520 




Smith, James D 




Smith. James F. 




Smith, James J 328, 350. 494 




Smith, Jamey R. 




Smith. Janet P. 355.494 




Smith, Jean M 




Smith, Jeanne T. 




Smith, Jerry W. 553 




Smith, Jimmie J. 




Smith. Jo R- 




Sm.th, John A. 




Smith, John F. 




Smith, John L 208. 384. 454 




Smith. John M. 520 




Smith. John N. Ill 494 




Smith, John W. 




Smith, Joyce A. 520 




Smith. Judith K 520 




Smith. Judy A. 553 




Smith, Judy C 553 




Smith. Judy F. 553 




Smith, K Kay 




Smith, Karen L 553 




Smith, Karen S. 




Smith, Kenneth R 




Smith, Kenneth W, 




Smith, La Monda D 454 




Smith, Larry 




Smith, Linda S 553 




Smith. Linda Y. 




Smith, Lola D. 





Smith, Lonnie G. 
Smith, Mark J. 

Smith, Mark M 214, 331, 520 
Smith, Martha C. 
Smith, Mary B. 553 
Smith, Michael R. 520 
Smith, Pamela 553 
Smith, Patricia A. 
Smith, Patricia L. 
Smith, Paulette L. 
Smith. Peggy J. L. 
Smith, Phyllis A. 
Smith, Phyllis K. 
Smith, R, Susan 
Smith, Regema S. 454 
Smith. Rhonda 520 
Smith, Rhonda 454 
Smith, Richard H 
Smith. Richard J. 559 
Smith, Richard M 
Smith, Ricky A. 
Smith, Robert D. 
Smith, Robert L. 
Smith, Rodger K. 
Smith. Ronal L, 
Smith, Ronald A 247 
Smith, Roy A. 
Smith. Sandra A 
Smith, Sharon M 494 
Smith. Steve B 
Smith, Steven L, 
Smith. Susan L. 

Smith, Thaddeus M. 215, 225. 454 
Smith, Thomas A. 31 5, 340, 494 
Smith, Thomas J. 
Smith. Tom R 99, 553 
Smith, Troy 
Smith, Ven.ta K. 520 
Smith, V.ck. A. 553 
Smith. Vickie L 553 
Smith, Victor W. 
Smith, Virginia L. 
Smith, Virginia L. 
Smith, Virginia V. 454 
Smith. William H. 468 
Smith. William Thomas 
Smith, Wilma J 454 
Smilher, Barbara C. 
Smither, Lawrence W. 
Smits. Pete Jr 
Smothers. James D. 559 
Smothers. Joseph R 559 
Smyers, Janet E . 224. 454 
Smyth. Myron C 
Snapp, Carolyn R 
Snapp, Erma J 374, 454 
Snapp, James T. 
Snapp, Richard G. 
Snarr, Mrs. Shirley 388 
Snell. Elizabeth C. 520 
Snell, Nolan S. 468 
Snellen, David M. 372 
Snellmg. Barry W. 
Snider, Jolly B. 
Snider. Lu Ann 
Snook, Vickie S. 553 
Snowden, Connie S. 
Snowden, Raymond M. 
Snowden. Richard III 
Snowden, Stanley 468 
Snyder. Catharine R P 220. 363. 454 
Snyder. Don W. 
Snyder. George E. 520 
Snyder, Kenneth T 
Snyder, Ross M. 
Soendker, Sandra 
Sometip, Talerngsok 
Sommer, Mary J. 
Sommer, Sandra R. 221 , 454 
Sorrels. Marilyn K. 308 
Sorrels, Richard K. 
Sorter, David M. 261 
Sosbe, Donald G 
Souder, Judy K. B. 
Souder, Robert A. 
South, Judith C. 
Southall, John W. Jr, 553 
Southerlan, James S 
Southworth, Edward G 
Souto. William W. 
Sowards, Cecelia G. 
Sowards, Gary G 
Sowders, Jeannette B. 
Sowders, Sue A 
Sowers, Jerry R. 454 
Sowers, Michael S. 
Sowers, Ronald E 
Spahr, John G 520 
Spalding. Barbara J. 553 
Spalding, Beniamm E 468 
Spalding, Elizabeth M. 
Spalding, Joseph V 520 
Spalding, Martha C 
Spalding. Samuel L. 494 
Spangler, Edith B. 
Spangler. Paul R 
Spare, Michael A. 
Sparks. Avis W. 
Sparks. Bobbie S. 520 
Sparks. Donald R 454 
Sparks. Glenna I. 454 
Sparks. Jimmie S. 
Sparks, John H 494 
Sparks, John M. 553 
Sparks, Laura J. 494 
Sparks, Nancy L 
Sparks, Rose C 521 
Sparks. Sue A. 

Sparnon, Raymond L 210. 222. 324, 
353, 454 



Sparrow, Deborah K. 

Sparrow, Linda R 

Sparrow. Sheryl J, 553 

Spartman. Judy C. 

Spauldmg. Joseph F, 

Spauldmg, Linda W 

Spauldmg, Okey E. Jr. 

Speagle, Brenda J 212. 214 

Speake, Eileen G.454 

Spears. David B 

Speck. Jerry A. 

Speck, Johnny K. 

Speckman, Noreen M. 

Speer, Deborah J 

Specs. Michael E. 553 

Spellman. Mark S 

Spence. Vicki L. 

Spencer. Carolyn N 

Spencer, Donna G. 387. 494 

Spencer, Gordon J. 252, 253 

Spencer, Larry C 

Spencer, Nancy L. 308 

Spencer, Richard A. 315 

Spencer, Tony E. 553 

Spencer, Wayne A 

Spenilla. Montgomery 331, 521 

Spenser, Albert 225 

Spicer, Victoria J. 553 

Spies. Carol C 553 

Spille. Richard F. Jr. 

Spillman. Ellen J. 

Spillman. Ralph D 

Spivey, Judith C. 

Spivey, Ronald L. 

Spradlm. Bessie L 

Spradlin, Joe M. 

Spradlin. Madonna L 553 

Spradling, Teresa G. 553 

Spratt, Cynthia M 223, 376, 494 

Spr.ggs, Ginger L 210. 214.454 

Spriggs, Rickie D 

Spring, Jerry F. 380.473 

Spr.ngate, Donna C. 494 

Spnngate. Emma E 454 

Springer, Belinda S. 

Spry. Joella 

Spurlock. Brenda J 

Spurlock, Joyce A. 521 

Spurlock, Mary A. 

Spurlock, Sue K. M. 454 

Spurr, Barney W. 

St. Clair, John M. 

St Clair, Ruth A 521 

Stack, Robert E 

Stacy. Bonnie S 369. 553 

Stacy. Janet E 553 

Stacy, Ronald S. 468 

Stacy, ShirlynnS. 494 

Staed. Gerald C 

Stafford, Deva M. 

Stafford, Ronald J 

Staggs, Gary L 247 

Stagnitti. Steven M. 

Stahl. Berma L. 454 

Stahl. Janet M. 

Stahl. Sandra D 521 

Stahlhut, James M. 

Stakelbeck, Lisa L. 553 

Stalker, Brenda 559 

Stalker, Donna L 

Stallard, John A. 225 

Stallings, Charles C. 354, 494 

Stamback. Sarah J. 473. 521 

Stamm. Vicky S. 553 

Stamper. Starla S. 521 

Sianaland, Peggy 

Standard, Iver R. Jr. 

Stanfield, Virginia K. 494 

Stanford, Lucinda 

Stanford, Timothy L. 454 

Stangby, Martha S. 

Stanifer. Michael H. 

Stanley. Robert E 

Stanley, Stephen E 

Stansberry, Gary G. 521 

Sl3nsbury. Paul S. 454 

Stansel. Rick L 246 

Staples, Joan V. 

Stapleton. David L 454 

Stapleton. Davis B 

Stapleton, Mr. William A. 1 38 

Stapleton, William W 252. 539 

Stark. Ben 219 

Stark. Joseph J. 

Starnes, Donme K. 381 

Staten, David L 255, 323 

States, Johnny M. 

Stathers. Randy L 

Siatzer, Glenna F 

Stavitski. Alice J 

Stayton. Joyce A 521 

Stayton, Patricia J 454 

Stazetski, Karen J 521 

Stebbins, Katherine A. 

Stebel, Aneta R 

Stebmg. David 258 

Steck. David R. 

Steele. Donald E 454 

Steele. Jackie L. 

Steele. Lee A 454 

Steele. Ralph 521 

Steelman. Lana C 

Steely. Joyce L. 

Stefamcs. Elizabeth 363, 454 

Steffen, Robert J 

Steger, Nancy J. 521 

Steggeman. Kenneth F. 331. 353 

Steier, Joseph E 

Steilberg. Herman R 295,494 

Sterner, Howard T. 358 



Steinhauer. Mary J 

Stemmetz, Paul R 384,521 

Steinmetz, Thomas R 

Stephens, Barbara A 308 

Stephens, Betty L 

Stephens, Brenda K 

Stephens, Elizabeth C. 

Stephens, Frank C 216. 521 

Stephens. Frieda A. 553 

Stephens, Ginny L. 

Stephens. Kathy L 215, 288. 521 

Stephens, Patty S 

Stephens. Robert H 

Stephens. Ronald B 

Stephens, Sharon A. 395, 553 

Stephens. Wanda J. 454 

Stephenson, Charles W 

Stephenson. Greg K 262, 263 

Stephenson, Harry B 

Stephey. Allen W 

Sterblmg, Mark K 

Sterblmg, Philip R 

Sterchi, Marsha F 270, 273. 305. 

341,494 
Stern. Beth A. 
Stern, Sam 494 
Sternberg, Josef V 324 
Stevens, Charles E 
Stevens. Kent 494 
Stevens, Mary Rose 308 
Stevens. Melvin K 
Stevens, Sydney (Mr.) 221 
Stevens. William M 
Stevenson. Donald J. 
Stevenson, Edith C. 
Steward. William B 
Stewart. Carol A 455 
Stewart. Cynthia A 521 
Stewart, Donna K 521 
Stewart, Dons J 468 
Stewart, Edward G. 
Stewart, Ellis 
Stewart, Evelyn G 
Stewart. George H. Jr 553 
Stewart, Jerry M 
Stewart. Kathleen H. 
Stewart. Leland E. 495 
Stewart. Lester G. 521 
Stewart, Margaret G. 495 
Stewart, Melinda M. 521 
Stewart. Nada E 
Stewart. Sheila K 521 
Slice. Stephen A. 221.468 
Stickler. Mary K. 553 
Stidham, Diana P. 
Stidham, Larry M 455 
Stiebel. Judith A 218. 455 
StigaM, Jacqueline I 
Stigall, Joe S. 
Stiles, Kenneth H, 495 
Stiles, Teresa A 301. 455 
Stiles. Wanda S 495 
Stillwell, Anna B. 554 
Stilwell. Vernon F 
Stmson, Jeffrey S. 473 
Stith, Paul R 
Stilt. Mary M. 455 
Stivers, David D. 
Stivers, Judith C. 
Stivers, Karen D 554 
Stivers. Kathryn I 
Stocker. Bradford L. 
Stocker. Donald T. 495 
Stoess. Barry W 319 
Stoess. William L. 
StoHregen. Brad L. 495 
Stokes, Carol S. 
Stokes, Edward S. Ill 455 
Stokes. Lee D Jr. 495 
Stoll. Katherine L 301,455 
Stolt. Rena R. 
Stone. Charles T. 
Stone. David W 495 
Stone, Deborah B 
Stone, Eleanor L. 468 
Stone, Eunice T. 
Stone, Kathy L. 554 
Stone. Miss Kara 143 
Stone. Mark K. 
Stone. Orville G 554 
Stone, Randall M. 455 
Stone. Ronnie Eugene 456 
Stoner, Lorn J 554 
Stottmann, Nancy A 359 
Stotz, Richard L. 
Stout. Charles W. 
Stout. Helen B. 311 
Stout, Richard C 331 
Stovall, Sally M. 
Stovall. Terry A 559 
Stover, Richard 0. 319 
Straka. Nancy A. 
Strange. Cheryl I 554 
Strange. James M 
Strange, Johanna E 
Strange, Mitchell E 
Strange, Thaleena F 521 
Strange. Walter C 
Strassburger. Pamela 
Straien, Richard D 229. 237, 323 
Stratton, Craig E 
Stratton. Darnel P. 296, 554 
Stratton, David C. 296. 554 
Stratton, Henry 
Stratton, John D 
Stratton, Joy L. 
Stratton, Roxie C. 495 
Straus, Diane M. 554 
Strelczyk, Andrew R 554 
Strevels. David S. 456 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 599 



Strickland, Edward L. 

Strickland, Janice L 288, 305. 395, 

495 
Stnef. Rebecca H. 
Stringer, Brenda C. 456 
Strohowski, Barbara G. 
Strong. Deborah E. 
Strong, Elizabeth S. 554 
Strong, Gov 239, 240, 246 
Strong, Joe 
Strong, Karla A. 521 
Strong. Leonard B. 288, 456 
Strong, Linda J. 
Strong, Marvin E, Jr. 
Strong. Mina L. 554 
Strong, Tommy D 
Stroud, Jerry J. 
Stroud. Joanne S. 
Stroud, Larry H. 214, 381. 521 
Stroud, Sharon G. 495 
Stroup, Terryl A. 554 
Strunk, Franklin M. 
Struss, William H. 
Stuart, David I. 

Stubblefield, Dr. Vernon S. 155, 379 
Stucker, Carl E. 
Stucker, Riley L. 
STUDENT ASSOCIATION 288 
STUDENT COURT 290 
Studer, Evan A. 521 
Stuecker, Gerard B. 361 
Stumbo, John M. Ml 
Stumbo, Karen L. 554 
Stumbo. Marcella 522 
Stumbo. Stanley R 
Stumbo, Timothy 
Stumbo, Tracy L. 
Stump, Diane S. 215 
Sturgeon, Pamela L. M. 
Sturgill. Deborah A. 522 
Stutzke, Barbara C 
Sugantharaj, Devadas 
Suit, Carolyn A. 554 
Sulfndge, Homer P 
Sullivan, David K. 381. 554 
Sullivan. Faye A. 
Sullivan. James D. 456 
Sullivan, John T. 
Sullivan, Judelle 495 
Sullivan, Judith L. C. 73, 355. 376 
Sullivan, Katharine L. 
Sullivan. Margaret A. 
Sullivan, Mary A. 
Su'livan. Michael D. 
Sullivan, Michael T. 
Sullivan, Robert M. 319,456 
Sullivan. Ronnie L. 388. 456 
Sullivan, Sharon A. 522 
Sullivan, Ted F 
Sullivan. Terry W. 331 
Sullivan, Timothy D 
Sultzbach, Stephen B. 
Summers, Charles R. Jr. 
Summers, Karen L. 
Summers. Margaret K. 
Summers, Stephen H. 
Sumner. Patricia A. 
Sumner, Sherry L. 522 
Sumner. William E. 
Sumpter, Jimmy W 
Sung, N'Chung358 
Supplee. Jonnie M. 
Sura. John P. 222,468 
Surber, Gregory W. 378 
Surface, Karen L. 308. 456 
Susong. Danny A. 262 
Sutherland, Charles J 
Sutherland, David W. 328, 456 
Sutherland, Linda C. 
Sutherland, Linda M. 
Sutphin, Joyce L- 378, 554 
Suttle, Judy D. 
Sutton, Dr. George 390 
Sutton, Sara 1 50 
Sutton. Wallace W. 
Sutton. Wayne E. Jr. 
Swango. Bruce E. 
Swango, David 296 
Swango, Linda S. 296 
Swanson, Thomas E 374,495 
Sweeney, Betty J. 495 
Sweeney, Deryl L. 
Sweet. Dr. Charles 142 
Sweet. Nicholas S. 
Sweeten, Michael R. 
Sweny, Vikki A. 308, 522 
Switzer. John W, III 
Swope, Carla K. 353. 495 
Sword. Clyde S. 
Sykes. James Elliott 522 
Szukis, Thomas D. 554 



Tabb, Anne K. 495 
Tabb, Linda S. 299, 456 
Tabeling, Robert W. Jr. 
Tabler. Joseph A. 
Tabol, Walter F. 
Tabor, Mary V. 554 
Tackett, Charlene 
Tackett, Dawn E. 
Tackett, Doris P. 
Tackett, Elaine 
Tackett, James B. 
Tackett, Jerry 
Tackett. Jimmy 31 5. 456 
Tackett, Kitty S. 522 
Tackett, Michael B. 
Tackett, Paul C. 



Tackett, Robert F. 

Tackett, Sharon G. 456 

Tackett. Teresa L. 554 

Tacy, Stephen W. 

Tacy. Susan A. 

Taglauer, Kenneth L, 

Taglaver, Susan K. 311 

Tail, Leslie G. 456 

Takacs. Tern A. 

Talbot. Bryan A. 

Talbott, Gregory 

Tallent. Brenda C. 

Tallent, Edwin M. 

Talley, Lavada A. 

Talley. Vancena R. 554 

Tamme, Gerald W. 

Tanner, Floyd 

Tapley. Charles E 

Tapley, Judy D. 

Tapp, Parker T. 

Tarnovsky. Joseph J. 

Tarter, Howard D. 

Tarter. James L. 

Tarullo. Jeanne M. 554 

Tarvin. Daniel C. 

Tarvin, Patricia A. 

Taryin. Thomas L. 215, 222, 288, 

456 
Tassie, Nancy R. 522 
Tatchell, Michael R. 
Tate. Darrell E. 
Tate, Emma L. 
Tate. Janet C. 
Tate, Kenneth R. 
Tatem, Kim 
Tatman. Elna C. 473 
Taiman.Tern R 554 
Tatum, Gaynelle D. 
Tatum, Howard R- 
Tatum, Thomas M. 495 
Tatum, Tony C. 554 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 331 
Taulbee. Harold D, 
Taulbee, Larry R. 
Taulbee. Woodrow W 
Taylor, Antoinette 0. 473 
Taylor, Arthur N. Jr. 
Taylor, Beverly J. 
Taylor, Billy J. 495 
Taylor, C. Michael 
Taylor, Charles R. 
Taylor, Clarence S. 495 
Taylor, Claudia G. 96. 308 
Taylor, David A. 
Taylor. David E. 
Taylor. Deborah K. 
Taylor. Donald 
Taylor, Edward J. 
Taylor, Gary C. 319. 358 
Taylor. Gary L. 
Taylor, Glenda E. G. 
Taylor, Glenn A. 
Taylor, Harold F, 
Taylor, Harry G. 
Taylor, James W. 
Taylor, Jane A. 
Taylor, Jennifer E. 
Taylor. John D. 554 
Taylor, John M. 
Taylor, Judy M. 
Taylor. Karen L. 
Taylor, Karen S- 554 
Taylor. Katherine R 
Taylor, Kathleen M. 
Taylor, Kay D. 554 
Taylor, Linda L. 
Taylor, Louis R. 
Taylor. M. Dawn 
Taylor, Mary A. 554 
Taylor, Mary J. 
Taylor, Mary S. 522 
Taylor, Melinda J. 456 
Taylor, Dr. Morris D. 379 
Taylor, Patricia A 402, 456 
Taylor, Peggy L. 554 
Taylor, R. David 
Taylor, Ralph D. 332, 456 
Taylor, Ronnie L. 
Taylor, Teresa A. 554 
Taylor, Terry C.495 
Taylor, Thermon W 
Taylor, Wayne K. 
Taylor. William J. 
Teague, Bige D. 456 
Tedder, James D. 361 
Tegge, James D. 
Tegt. Donald D. 
Templeman, Martha C. 456 
Templeman, Michael D. 456 
Temprovich. Edward M. 
Tennant, Harold D. 362 
TENNIS COLONELS 
TENNIS. WOMEN'S TEAM 272 
Tenry. Marcia A. 
Terrell, Linda F. 224, 456 
Terry, Harold D. 
Terry, Judy 
Terry, Mary C. 
Terry, S. Douglas 
Terry, William R. 495 
Terstegge, Walter 
Tevis, Charles K.456 
Tevis. Charles W. Jr. 
Tevis, Nancy H. 
Tevis, Steve G. 
Tewmey, Marsha R. 473 
Thacker, Ann T. 
Thacker, Geneva M. 554 
Thacker. Janice M. 473 
Thacker, John M. 
Thacker. William R. 



Thalman. Jon C. 324, 456 

Tharp. Ann L. S 

Tharp, Karen G. 

Tharp, Lewis S 456 

Theiler, David P. 255, 257, 324. 522 

Thepjatn, Thavornsak 

THETACHI 332 

THETA SIGMA PHI 219 

Thieman. Annette L. 554 

Thieneman, Mary M. 

Thoma, John J. 

Thomas. Barbara L 

Thomas, Brenda Speagle 221 , 224. 456 

Thomas. Carol J. 

Thomas, Charles D. 

Thomas, David E. 362, 377 

Thomas, Doris Harrison 456 

Thomas, Eddie 

Thomas, Frank D. 

Thomas, Fred H. 

Thomas. Gail 522 

Thomas, Homer D. 

Thomas, Jack W. 

Thomas, James A. 

Thomas, James L. 

Thomas. James L. 

Thomas, Joseph P 

Thomas, June Y. 

Thomas, Karen A. 522 

Thomas, Margaret E. 

Thomas, Michael A. 

Thomas, Michael W. 377 

Thomas, Paul J. 252 

Thomas. Paula M. 

Thomas. Peggy L. 522 

Thomas. Randall 

Thomas, Rebecca J. 554 

Thomas. Rebecca M. 

Thomas. Richard A. 228. 230. 235, 

236, 237 
Thomas, Rick J. 
Thomas. Walter W. 456 
Thomas. William K. 343, 522 
Thomasson. Brent L. 
Thompson. Alfred E. 231. 234. 237. 

495 
Thompson. Billy G 
Thompson. Billy R 
Thompson. Bobbie 
Thompson. Brenda G. 
Thompson. Brenda Y 
Thompson. Charles C. 

Thompson, David C. 

Thompson, Edward D. 

Thompson, Emily C 

Thompson. Fredrick B. 

Thompson, Howard 

Thompson, Jacqueline 308, 522 

Thompson. John A. 

Thompson, Kathryn L. 522 

Thompson, Lawrence W. 

Thompson. Margretta 

Thompson. Mary E. 

Thompson, Mickie W. 

Thompson, Nancy C. 554 

Thompson, Pamela K. 495 

Thompson. Pamela S. 

Thompson, Patricia A. 

Thompson. Pnscilla J. 299, 495 

Thompson. Robert H. 

Thompson, Robert L. 

Thompson, Robert W 319, 347 

Thompson, Ronald E. 456 

Thompson, Ronald M. 

Thompson, Sylvia L. 554 

Thompson, Ternsa T. 

Thompson, Terry D. 216 

Thompson, Thomas G. 

Thompson, Thomas M. 

Thompson, Wanda M. 

Thompson, William C. 

Thompson, William F, 

Thomson. Connie S. 522 

Thornsberry, Gladys 

Thornton. Andrew C. II 

Thornton, James W 

Thornton. Wesley S. 

Thorpe. Floretta M. 

Thronson, Stephen T 

Thurman, Cynthia L 216, 523 

Thurman. Steve D. 523 

Thurman, William S. 

Thurmond. James E 

Thurmond, Lee A. 380, 523 

Thurston. Frances A. 

Thurston. Kaihy M. 

Thurston, Robert A. 

Tichenor. James E. 

Tidwell, Charles T. 323, 353,496 

Tighe, Colleen A. 

Tillery, Richard H. 

Tillett. Margie G. 554 

Tillis, Nancy J. 554 

Tillman. James E. 495 

Timberlake, Sandra K. 457 

Tincher, Linda R. 559 

Tincher, Pauline R. 

Tincher, Ronald L. 

Tindoll, Davis D. Jr. 145. 372, 377, 
389, 523 

Tingle. Jackie R. 523 

Tingle, Peggy L 523 

Tingle, Richard L. 

Tinsley, Debra A. 554 

Tinsley, John L. 

Tippie. Joan S. 

Tipton, Donald J. 

Tipton, James A. 

Tipton, James A. 

Tipton, Michael 523 



Tipton, Norma J. 

Tipton, Peggy G. 554 

Tipton. Ray 

Tipton, Robert T. 

Tipton, Roy F. 

Tipton, Steven W. 

Tipton, Steven W. 

Tiriolo, Marianne 

Titus, Frances M. 554 

Tiandra, John W. 

Toatley. Pamela M. 495 

Todd, Brenda L. 

Todd, Georgia D. 

Todd. Holman P. 

Toledo, Luz G. 

Toleman, Martha L. 473 

Tolliver. Susan A 

Tolson, Darrell 

Tolson. Dennis W. 

Tomassetti, Velma L. 295. 379. 523 

Tomblm, Barbara J. 

Tomlinson, John E 222 

Tomlinson. Ruth A. 

Tomlinson. William R 495 

Tommie, Glen D. 

Toohey, James M. 

Toohey, Mary C. 554 

Torok, Karen E. 

Torstnck, Michael W. 372, 495 

Towery. Logan R. 

Towles, Danny E 554 

Towles, Thomas F. 

Towles, Thomas H. 

Towles, Virginia 

Towner. Mary A, 523 

Townsend, Calvin M. 

Townsend, Caroleen 

Townsend. Lillie M. 

Townsend, Tommy H. 554 

Towsey. Milton B. 

Trabits, Carol L. 457 

Track Colonels 258 

Tracy. Deborah L 

Tracy, Michael R. 

Tracy, Thomas A. 457 

Trammell, Patsy N. 

Trammell. Roger W 

Trapp, Wendell L. 

Trass, Phillip A. Jr. 323.340 

Traugott, Ruby K. 523 

Travis, Amy D 

Travis, Louis D. 

Travis, Mary E. 523 

Travis. Rodney K.495 

Traxinger. Thomas A. 

Trees. Ben S. 269, 554 

Trees. Chris T. 

Tremaine, Darrell E. 

Trew. Rebecca J. 299. 351. 263, 376. 

383 
Tnbble, Ann G. 
Tribble, Steven B. 496 
Trimble, Allen C. 
Trimble, Joan 554 
Trimble. Paul W. 
Trimble, Terry N. 332 
Tnmble, Tom C 203, 21 7, 457 
Trimnell, Timothy A. 
Tnpleti, Daniel A 554 
Triplett, Franklin D 
Tnsler, Helen J. 523 
Tr.tschler, Ann D. 363 
Tritschler, Jane E. 554 
Trivette. Donald F. 
Trosper, Brenda S. 
Troup, Michael L 214, 523 
Trowell, Bettie M. 554 
Truax, Sandra R. K. 523 
Truba, Dixie L. 555 
Trudell. David M. 
True. David T. 
True. Douglas L. 
Truesdell, Lee J. 
Trulock. Michael L. 496 
Trumbo, Robert P. 
Trussell, Larry P. 
Trusty, Alvis E. 
Trzop, Peter R. 223, 315 
Trzop, Phillip W. 315 
Tucker, Dianne 2. 
Tucker, Glendo 
Tucker, Michael M. 237 
Tucker. Robert W 323 
Tucker, Sharon A. 457 
Tudor, Oscar J. Jr. 384. 523 
Tudor, William T, 
Tuggle. Edward R 
Tuggle, James T. 496 
Tuggle, Kathryn M. 387, 555 
Tuggle. Mary S. 388. 457 
Tullar, David C. 
Tully, Carol A. 8. 
Tully, Debbie G.476 
Tully, Rodger F 457 
Tully, Steven E 457 
Tungate. Loraine A. 299, 523 
Tupman, Doris J. S. 
Tupman, William R. 
Turley, Ann M. 
Turley, Laura M, 
Turley, Lolly 311 
Turley, Made S. G. 
Turley. Thomas B. Jr. 
Turnblazer, Peter J. 
Turnbull, Bruce H. 
Turner, Arch 
Turner, Barbara S 
Turner. Betty FT. 
Turner, CarlisE.496 
Turner, Carol J. 



Turner, Carolyn S. 496 

Turner, Clifford H. 

Turner, Craig 247 

Turner, Daniel L. 

Turner, David W. 

Turner, Delons S. B. 496 

Turner, Donna H. 457 

Turner, Elizabeth W. 

Turner, Frances B. 

Turner, Gloria J 457 

Turner, Grace W. 

Turner, Gregory L. 

Turner, James Jr. 468 

Turner, Joyce A. 301 

Turner, Lenane 

Turner. Leona 496 

Turner, Linda S. 555 

Turner, Margaret A. 457 

Turner, Margie P. 523 

Turner. Marian L. 457 

Turner, Mary L. 

Turner, Mike 315, 353 

Turner. Nettie H. 

Turner, Norma J. 

Turner. Pamela S. 555 

Turner, Rex K. 496 

Turner, Roy J. 

Turner, Sally A. 215,473 

Turner. Sammie W. 

Turner, Sandra K. 555 

Turner, Sharon G 

Turner, Shirley E.458 

Turner. Talbert N. 

Turner, Teresa L. 

Turner. Thelma L. 

Turner, Wiley 

Turner, William C. 555 

Turner, William D. 

Turner, William M. 496 

Turner, Willie 

Turning, Thomas G. 

Turpin, Andrew D. 

Turpin. James T. 

Turpin. Kathy J. 523 

Turpin. Mary L. 

Turpin, Robert L. 293 

Turpin. Zelma Y. 

Tussey. Ira J 496 

Tussey, Nancy L. H. 

Tussey, Richard L. 

Tutt, Steven H. 

Tuttle, Karen L. 468 

Tuttle, Lind3 J. 458 

Tuttle, Michael A. 555 

Tweddell. David R. 

Twitty, Douglas 

Twyman, Kenneth B. 215, 328. 343. 458 

Tye, Evelyn P. 

Tye, Georgia K. 523 

Tyler. Thomas G. 

Tyng, Mary E. 

Tyrrell. Connie J, 305, 359, 458 

_U- 

Uhl. Theresa S. 

Ulery, Franklin R.377. 523 

Ullom, Sandra L. 473 

Underwood, Lenora J. 

Underwood, Linda J. 458 

Underwood. Sandra 

Underwood, Wanda L. 

Underwood, William T. 

Unger, Rebecca S. 221 , 355. 458 

University Ensemble 367 

Upchurch. Brenda J. 

Upchurch, Gary K. 458 

Upchurch, Jeanie D. 458 

Upchurch, Phillip L. 

Upchurch, Wade N. 246 

Upton, Carlton B. 523 

Upton. Janice C. 468 

Upton, Teresa 496 

Urlage. Constance M. 271. 555 

Uthe. James A 328 

Utter, Susan C. 

Uttinger. Victor B. 

Utz. Deborah S. 369. 555 

Uzzel, Kathi L. 523 



Vail. Linda I. 468 

VALIANETTES533 

Vallance, Betty S. 

Vallance, William A. 

Valley, Valon E. 523 

Valley, Vicki L. 555 

Van Arsdall. Mary E. 555 

Van Arsdall. Robert D. 319, 459 

Van Sever, Gloria D. 496 

Van Bibber, Diana L. 555 

Van Bibber, Sheryl K 523 

Van Deventer. Kenneth 459 

Van Diver. Nina M. 

Van Dyke, John E. 496 

Van Dyke, Thomas M. 

Van Hook, Linda G. N. 

Van Hoose, Deborah J. 376, 523 

Van Hoose, Eugene 

Van Hoose, Gary K, 

Van Horn, Dennis G. 

Van Leuven, Michael J. 

Van Nana, Bobby E. 266 

Van Oss, Linda M. 

Van Over, Niana S. 

Van Sickle, Richard L. 

VanSlyke, Don W. 258 

Van Winkle, David M. 

Van Winkle, Gloria G. 



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Van Zam, Roger D 523 

Vanasatidva. Chidchai 

Vanasin. Maneeratana 

Vanasm, Pongsri 468 

Vance. Alice A T 

Vance. James M. 294 

Vance. Joe B. 

Vance. Kyle D. 

Vance. N. Sue 

Vance. Robert Will 555 

Vander Horst, Debra L. 

Vanderpool. Roxie L. C 50. 523 

Vaniglia. Leo M 

Vannarsdale, Terry L 

Vannarsdall. Lloyd E. 

Vanover, Elinda K- 523 

Vanover, Henry C 

Vanover. James R. 496 

Vanover, Paul P. 

Vanover. Ronnie W. 523 

Vanover. Steve W. 313 

Varner. Diana L 555 

Vamer. Gary L. 

Varney, Gerald T 

Varney, Steven D 555 

Varsakelis. Ignatius 

Varsity "E" Club 357 

Vater. Nancy L. 

Vaughan. Margaret J. 

Vaughan. Michael D. 

Vaughn. Bene A. 555 

Vaughn, Carla A 

Vaughn. Linda S. 496 

Vaughn. Marcia D 523 

Vaughn. Orleen M. 496 

Vaughn. Roy T. 

Vaughn. Steven J. 

Vaughn. Verna O. 

Vaught. Linda S 555 

Vavra, Anne C. 

VedeMi. Jay 317. 353 

Veeder. Fredric L. 

Veirs. Niiel K. 

Velkly, William T 

Venci. Robert W. 

Venezia, Jeanne M. 

Venneman, Linda S. 

Venters. Beverly L 555 

Venters, Pamela S. 

Vermillion. Oonald E. 555 

Vermillion, Jack R. 

Vernon, Donna G. 

Vernon, Michael W 

Verran, Harry E. 

Verst, Jacqueline F. 163. 555 

Vertrees, Georgia D 459 

Vertuca. Lohoma 

Verville, Marcia J 214, 288. 431 

Vescio, Ann C. 

Vice, Deborah K. 523 

Vice, John M. 523 



Vice, Patricia L. 523 

Vice. Wayne D 496 

Vickers, Garry H 

Vickers, Irma F. 555 

Vickers. John 357 

Vickers, Michael J. 496 

Victor, Linda D.496 

Viet, Rosann F. 170,221,555 

Vincent. Rebecca S 

Vincent. Richard D 

Vire. Stephen L. 

Vires. Jesse 

Vires, Ryarnon L- 

Vitatoe. Gary N.459 

Vnatoe, Janice G 559 

Vitatoe. Linda J. 496 

Vntitoe. Barbara J. 270. 380. 459 

Vittnoe. Goidie M. 523 

Vittnow. Gayle H. 555 

Vitullo. Robert M. 

Vliek. Melissa R. 

Voelker. Linda S. 555 

Vogelsang, Darla J. 215. 301. 383, 

523 
Vogelsang. Dave A. 
Vogelsberg, Carl E 555 
Vogelsberg, Diana C 
Voges, Sandra L. 
Voigmer. Susan D. 555 
VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN'S TEAM 271 
Von Allmen. Margaret 
Von Gruenigen, Eddie 332 
Von Handorf. Richard 523 
Vore. Eric D. 
Voskamp. Herbert B 
Voskamp, Pamela C 
Votaw. Donald G 
Votaw, Gloria J 355, 363, 473 

-W- 

Wachsman, Lewis E 523 

Waclawski. Theresa M. 

Wadded. Joe 459 

Waddle. Stephen W 459 

Waddles. Patricia C 

Wade. Bilhe W 198. 207, 388. 459 

Wade. David M. 496 

Wade. Debra K 311 

Wade. Glenn E. 323 

Wade. Kenneth B. 523 

Wafford. Mike J. 

Wagers. Anga J 

Wagers, Lyman E. 

Wagers. Molly A. 

Wagers. Phyllis E. 

Wagers, Sarah F. H 

Waggener. Connie W 496 

Wagner. Ann C. 523 

Wagner. Dennis 

Wagner. Nancy J. 



Wagner. Robert J. 327 

Wagner. Sandra G. 468 

Wagner, Thomas R 459 

Wagner. Kent A. 

Wagner, Vaden W 

Wamnght, Constance 459 

Wa.nnght. Deborah J 215,523 

Wamscott. Debora E 308, 337. 459 

Wakefield. June L 

Wakim, George M 

Walden, Dalmea L. 355. 459 

Waidroup, Roddy G 

Walker. Barbara J 288. 387, 496 

Walker, Barbara P 523 

Walker, Charles M. 459 

Walker. Charles S. 

Walker. Charles W. 

Walker. Donald R. 384 

Walker, Earl W. 

Walker, EricT. 

Walker. Ernest R. 

Walker. Gail A. 555 

Walker. Gladys D. 555 

Walker, Leslie A. 555 

Walker. Dr. Murry 159 

Walker, Paul L. 

Walker, William F. 459 

Wall, Albert L. 

Wall. Annelle 224 

Wall. Charlotte 

Wall. George R. 

Wall. Hilda A. 459 

Wall. Linda E. 

Wall. Nancy G. 

Wail, Rhonda C 215. 387, 523 

Wallace. Jewell O. 

Wallace, John E. 

Wallace. Paula K 308. 523 

Wallace. Thea J. 555 

Wallace. Walter S D. 

Wallace, William L. 128 

Wallbaum. Donald F 398 

Walhn. Fannie Mae R. 

Wallm, Julia B. 523 

Walp. Nicholas A. 556 

Walroth, Charles H 

Walsh. Lawrence E 

Waltenbaugh, Mr John 172 

Waltenbaugh. Mary A. 

Walter, Kathy L. 359 

Walters, Arthunne M 496 

Walters. Clifford R 

Walters, Daniel D. 358 

Walters, Glen J. 

Waiters. Michele B. 556 

Walters, Kenneth W Jr 252. 253. 323 

Walters, Larry E. 323. 346 

Walters. Linda K. 

Walters, Martha L 

Walters, Michele B 

Walters, Reginald G 459 



Walters, Stephanie A 

Walters. Thomas R. 358 

Walton. Tyler P. 

Walton. William H. 459 

Welz, Peggy A. 160 

Walz. Roger A. 

Wampler, Anthony 

Wan. Helen 

Ward. Betty C 

Ward. Charles F. 496 

Ward. Elizabeth K. 523 

Ward. James R 

Ward. Jesse P 

Ward. John R. 

Ward, Joseph E Jr 

Ward, Michael K 379. 556 

Ward. Nancy L H 216, 496 

Ward. Samuel M 459 

Ward. Sharon L 296.496 

Ward. Stanley M 

Ward, Vicki J. 523 

Ward. Wanda G 

Warden, Thomas A 354. 388. 496 

Warden. Henry C Jr 

Wardford. Michael L 559 

Ware, Jeffery L. 

Ware. Ronald D. 

Ware. Thomas C 

Warf.eld. Hubert 288 

Warford. Hubert E 

Warlord, Juamta F. 459 

Wannner, William D 

Warmgn. Gwenda G. 523 

Warming. Robert E. 

Warner, Deborah S 

Warner. Kirk A. 

Warren. Andy W. 

Warren. Anthony C 

Warren, Beverly J 556 

Warren, Delmer 

Warren, Dennis R. 

Warren, Elizabeth A 293. 473 

Warren. Gary M. 

Warren. Gregory O. 319 

Warren. Larry A 459 

Warren. Larry W. 

Warren. Dr. Ned 186 

Warren. Noland D 

Warren. Sylvia 

Warrington, John A Jr. 225, 332, 459 

Warr.x, Wayne L. 

Wartschlager. Kenneth 556 

Waser. Roger A 

Washington, Brenda J 306.459 

Washington, Joe I. Jr. 232, 234, 235, 

237. 496 
Wasson. Avalene G 
Wasson. Barbara J 556 
Waterhouse. Shirley B. 
Waters, Ann T. 
Waters. Connie A N 
Waters, Paula M 523 
Wathen, George L. 
Wathen. Hazel M 355.369.496 
Wathen. Mary P 299 
Watkms, Cathlynn 
Watkins, Cynthia J 383.524 
Watkms. Danny L. 559 
Watkins. Gary R. 
Watkms. James D. 524 
Watkins, James M 315 

Watkins. Jennifer L 556 
Watkins. John W. 

Watkins. Judith K C 

Watkins, Mary L. 

Watkins. Robert A. 

Watkins. Steven C 459 

Watkins. Dr. William H. 379 

Watson, Barbara H 

Watson. Daniel E . 258, 384 

Watson, Deborah G 224. 459 

Watson, Dennis J. 

Walson, Diann K 

Watson. Gary S. 

Watson, George F 

Watson. Jamie P H 

Watson, Judith P. 

Watson. Kenneth D 524 

Watson, Marilyn K 

Watson. Neil S 

Watson, Sylvia L. 496 

Watson, William D. 

Watson, William H 384 

Watts, Deborah A 496. 556 

Watts. Deborah S 

Watts, Donald R 324,459 

Watts. James A 

Wans. Kathleen 524 

Watts, Patricia A 380. 524 

Wans. Philip E. 384 

Watts, Ronald W. 524 

Watts, Sherry G. 556 

Watts. Stephen K 

Watts, Terry L. 

Warts. William M 

Waugh. Donna R 496 

Waugh. Richard J 468 

Way, James S 225.524 

Way, James S, II 

Wear. Pat W. II 

Weathers. Sarah E 306 

Weathers, Thomas J. 

Weaver, Candace J 299. 524 

Weaver. Carolyn M 

Weaver. Daniel R 

Weaver. Elaine L 459 

Weaver. Paula Jean 382. 459 

Weaver. Sally J 

Weaver. Thomas J. Jr. 

Webb, Beverly A 



Webb. Caivm R 459 

Webb. Carolyn A 387, 524 

Webb, Charles R. 

Webb. Christopher J 215, 252, 357, 

496 
Webb. Deborah M 215, 380. 524 
Webb. Ehsbeih S 
Webb. Freda G 225.460 
Webb, James W. 
Webb. Jerry E, 315 
Webb. John D. 
Webb. John K 496 
Webb. Johnny D 
Webb. Lmda 
Webb. Nancy P. 
Webb. Patrice G. 
Webb, Rita J 524 
Webb, Roy E 496 
Webb, Swecia R. 
Webb, Teresa L. 305, 496 
Webb, Terry L 
Webb. William L 
Webber, Deibert E. 328 
Webeler, Robert A. 357, 460 
Weber. Lawrence C 
Weber, Leonard J. 
Weber. Michael C 524 
Weber. Theresa A 385. 524 
Webier, Bob 252 
Webster, Cynthia P 
Webster, Deena D 224. 382, 460 
Webster, Judy L. 524 
Webster, Regma L 
Webster, Robert C III 
Week, Jeanme L. 
Weddington, Arnold L. 
Weddington, Delores L. 
Weddington, Rosemary 
Weddle, Drusilla K 
Weddle, Ronnie W 
Wedig, Herbert F 524 
Weed, Rosi'and C B 
Weeks, Marcia L. 

Weigand, Therese A 524 
Weihe. Gene N 
Weimer. Roberta L 299 
Weinfurtner, Mary l 295, 556 
Weis. Marty A. 

Weisman, Sherry V. 

Welch. Gayle M 

Welch. Joy 469 

Welch. Kathleen 

Welch, Michael A 332 

Welch, Paul 273,460 

Welch. Paula D. 

Welch. Sara 301 

Weldon. Gary F. 222. 377, 524 

Weldon. Kathy L. 

Welker, Marsha L 524 

Wells. Betty C. 

Wells, Billy D 265. 524 

Wells. Bobby W 

Wells, Carl Jr. 381. 556 

Wells. David D 

Wells. Deborah L 

Wells. Donald W 319 

Wells. Ercel J. 556 

Wells. Gayle C. 

Wells. Gene C. 

Wells, Henry G. Jr. 

Wells, Huston D. 

Wells. KarenS 

Wells, Larry D 371 , 372. 556 

Wells. Leonard S 

Wells. Patricia L. 

Wells, Ralph E 

Wells. Ronma H 460 

Wells. Ronnie D. 460 

Wells. Terry L 

Wells. Thomas C 

Wells. William B 

Wells. William D. 

Wells. William P. 

Welsh, Sara A. 

Welsh. Teresa C 

Welsh, Vickie G 

Welting. Leon A. 

Wenderfer. Phyllis A 

Wendt. Ted A 203 

Wenninger. Ronald W 556 

Wentz, Daniel L, 

Wermuth. Paula M 524 

Wernegreen. Joan R. 

Werner, Bruce R 

Werner. Tanya L 

Wescott, Annette R 

Wesley, Danny E 524 

Wesley. Hilda 

Wesley. Jo E 299. 328, 460 

Wesley. Margaret P. 

Wesley. Sara A 

Wesley. William C 

Wessel, Judy R 214.402,460 

West, 8erme L 

West. Douglas W 496 

West, Harry J 556 

West, Holton Q Jr 496 

West. Nancy K. 

West. Violet F 

Wester, Donna R 301 

Westerfield. Brenda G 556 

Westerman, Gloria L 270. 380. 496 

Westerman, Paul W 176 

Westmeyer, Cheryl I. 

Westmeyer, Stephen B 

Westmoreland. Yolanda 

Westphal, Barry W 556 

Westnch, Walter N 469 

Wethington. Edith M. 556 

Wethington. George P. 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY B01 



Wethington. James T. 


Wientjes 


Sally 556 


Wethington, William M 315 


Wigfield. Paul D 461 


Wettlmg. Cynthia A. 


Wiggins, Daniel L. Jr. 379 


Weynch. Steven E. 324 


Wiggins, Debra J. 524 


Whalen. William P Jr. 


Wiggins. Evelyn D. 


Whatey. James M. 


Wigg.nton, Carol S 


Whallen. Janice K. 


Wigginton, Donald L. 


Wheat. Major W. 


Wigg.nton. Helen J. 524 


Wheatlev, Joyce E 


Wiggs. Byron A. 524 


Wheatlev, Marv K. 473 


Wiggs, Eileen P. 214, 221, 224, 382 


Wheatley. Ronald E. 


461 


Wheelan. John D. 


Wilborn, Susan D 461 


Wheeler, Brenda D. 390. 460 


Wilburn. Debra A. 


Wheeler. David K. 


Wilburn, Elijah R 


Wheeler, Denise 496 


Wilburn, Louise H. 


Wheeler. Douglas R. 


Wilburn. Mark S. 


Wheeler, Garmon M. 


Wilcher, Nancy C. 


Wheeler, James L. 


Wilcher, Ronald L. 


Wheeler, Lillian A. 


Wilcox. David C II 


Wheeler, Mary L. 556 


Wilde, Sandra L 382.461 


Wheeler, Ramona L. 556 


Wilder, Anna M. 556 


Wheeler, Rich 319 


Wilder, Patricia S. 556 


Wheeler, Robert A. 


Wiles, Nita K. 


Whicker. Jill S 311,496 


Wiley. Jed C. 


Whisman, Karen B 


Wiley, Nora M 524 


Whitaker, Bobby J. 


Wiley, Russell F, 


Whitaker. Clifford D. 496 


W.lham. Janie R. 296 


Whitaker. Donald 


W.lhelm, Bruce W. 


Whitaker, James T. Jr. 162. 216 


W.lhelm, Gatha B 


Whitaker. Janie K 496 


Wilhue, Sherr.ll L. 497 


Whitaker. Janivee 


Wilhoit. Johnny W 


Whitaker. Joe G. 


W.lho.t. Kenneth R 


Whitaker, Joe H. 460 


W.lhoite, Rhonda K 461 


Whitaker, Patricia A 556 


W.lkerson, James C. 


Whitaker. Paul D. 


Wilkerson, Joe A 


Whuaker, Richard J. 372. 556 


Wilkerson, Juan.ta 


Whitaker, Roland 


W.lkerson. Marilyn S. 


Whitaker. Samuel E 


Wilkerson, Monty D 


Whitaker, Sheree D 496 


Wilkerson. William C. 


Whuaker. Stephen J 319,460 


W.lkins, L.zabeth L. 299, 353, 385. 


Whitaker. Susan C- 


497 


Whitaker, Thomas R. 


Wilkinson, LinrJa M. 


Whitaker. Tommy W. 


Wilkler, Ronna M. 556 


Whitaker. William J. 460 


Willen, Colleen A 380 


White, Anthony E. 


William, Mary V. 


White. Ardith W. 


Williams. Byron B 


White. Betty J 


Williams 


Carol D 559 


White, Brenda L 468 


Williams 


Carolyn L 


White, Carl R. 461 


Williams 


David L 


White. David E. 215, 496 


Williams 


David N. 


White, David L 


Williams 


David W 


White, Douglas D. Jr. 


Williams 


Donald L. 255.497 


White, Eva C. 


Williams 


Dorothea W. 


White. Glenn E. 


Williams 


Doyle 


White, Gwendolyn E 


Williams 


Elmer C. 


White, Iva S. 


Williams 


Gary L. 255, 524 


White. James E. 524 


Williams 


Gary N 556 


White. James W 220 


Williams 


Gary W 556 


White, Jeifery D. 


Williams 


Henry A 461 


White. John T. II 


Williams 


James R 


White. John W. 207, 388. 461 


Williams 


Jean G. 


White. Judith K. 


Williams 


Jeffrey L, 


White. Lmda K. 556 


Williams 


Jennifer P. 


White. Loureen K. 


Williams 


Jimmy D 


White. Martha J. 


Williams 


Judith A. 


White, Mary P. 299 


Williams 


Julia A. 299,461 


White. Patrick E. 225 


Williams 


Karen E. 


White, Paula H. 


Williams 


Kenneth L 328 


White. Rebeccas, 


Williams 


Kenneth R. 


White. Robert G. 


Williams 


Kr.sta K 305, 336.461 


White. Ronald F. 258 


Williams 


Larry T. 


White. Sam A. 293, 556 


Williams 


Lillian T. 556 


White. Stephen G. 216.497 


Williams 


Linda L. 461 


White, Tom. L 524 


Williams 


Loren M. 265 


White. William E. 


Williams 


Madeline O 


White, Winfrey 189 


Williams 


Mark H 497 


Whitehead, Barbara L 293. 381. 524 


Williams 


Mary L 


Whitehead. Bradford A 


Williams 


May me H 


Whitehead. Marcie A 


Williams 


Nancy L 524 


Whitehouse. Mary E. 273. 380 


Williams 


Nancy M 


Whitehouse. Roger D. 461 


Williams 


Nannie M 556 


Whitehouse. Steven A. 323, 346 


Williams 


Patricia J. 556 


Whuesel, Carolyn S. 


Williams 


Phyllis B. 


Whiteside, John M. 252. 357 


Williams 


Ralph C. Jr. 


Whms, Cathy 


Williams 


Randall H. 


Whit.s, Patricia A. 


Williams 


Ray L 


Whitledge. James L 


Williams 


Richard T. 223 


Whitley. Danny W. 


Williams 


Rita G. 


Whitley. Larry W, 


Williams 


Robert L 497 


Whitley. Sharon M. 556 


W.lhams 


Roma J 


Whitlock, Mr. Charles D. 1 39. 506 


Williams 


Sandra A 


Whitlock. Robert B 468 


Williams 


Scott S. 


Whitlock, VelmdaS. 


Williams 


Ted J 497 


Whitson. James A. 


Williams 


TedS. 


Whitson. William S. 313 


Williams 


Theresa L 379. 556 


Whin. Clark Louis 361 


Williams 


Timothy J. 


Whut. David L. 556 


Williams 


Vicki J. 559 


Whitt. Minton E. 


Williams 


Virginia L. 


Whitlaker, Jenny L. 


Williams 


Willa D G. 


Whittamore. James L 


Williamson, Dessie F. 


Whitten. Donna L 461 


Williamson, Glenn L 


Whittenberg. Jesse G 


Williamson, James B 


Whittlesey. Stanley 265 


Williamson. John L. 556 


Wibbels, David A. 


Williamson, Lisa 


Wibbels, Lester T. Jr. 461 


Williamson. Lonnie E. 332, 497 


Wick. Lee 224 


Williamson, Paul E, 


Wick, Robert L. 


Williamson, Phyllis S. 


Wicker. Clyde E. Jr 461 


Willian, Billy J. 


Wickersham, Edna L. 


Willian. Susan S. 


Wickline. Linda L. 224 


Willis. Billy -I 


Wickline. Robert F 


Willis, Bobby G. 


Wicklund, Andra V.497 


Willis, Joy E 293.556 


Wicklund, Dons K. 384 


Willis, Lyle L. Jr. 


W.dup, Kay 556 


Wiilis, Macy 332 


Widup, Robert M. Sr. 524 


Willis, Margaret A. 


Widup. Rose M 468 


Willis. Sharon D 


Wiederhold. Lizabeth 363, 369. 556 


Willis, Tony R. 


Wiegand. Anne F. 


Willmes, Don P 461 


Wiegele, Robert W. 


Wills, Gene E 


Wiener. Beth A 293 


Wills, Ha 


rry P 524 



Wills, llene B. 

Wills. Park 255 

Wills, Virginia 

Willson. William H. 

Wilmhoff, Carol R. 

Wilmhoff, Michael A, 461 

Wilmore. Barbara A. 216, 524 

Wilsey. M. Clarice 

Wilson, Catherine S. 293. 524 

Wilson, Charles E. 

Wilson. Daniel E.468 

Wilson, David E. 319. 461 

Wilson, Deborah A. 

Wilson. Deborah A. 556 

Wilson, Diane J. 

Wilson, Donald A. 

Wilson, Doris E. 

Wilson, Evelyn S. 

Wilson. Gilbert A. 

Wilson, Harriett 559 

Wilson, James L. 231 . 233, 234, 237 

461 
Wilson. Jimmy 
Wilson, John D. 461 
Wilson, John D. 
Wilson, Judith A. 
Wilson, Karen S. 
Wilson, Kathenne J. 
Wilson, Keith L. 220 
Wilson, Kenneth L. 
Wilson. Lewis 461 
Wilson, Linda K. 559 
Wilson. Lu A. 
Wilson. Marilyn A. 
Wilson, Mark A 319 
Wilson. Mattie L. 
Wilson, Michael A. 336 
Wilson, Michael J 319,461 
Wilson. Nancy E. 
Wilson. Patricia 
Wilson, Patricia C 556 
Wilson, Patrick C. 
Wilson. Paul A. 332,497 
Wilson, Phyllis T. 
Wilson. Raymond 
Wilson. Rebecca J. 299 
Wilson, Robert C. 
W.lson, Robert S. 
Wilson, Rogers R 
Wilson. Rosana H. 
Wilson, Sharon L 
Wilson. Sister Mary A. 
Wilson, Stephen J. 
Wilson, Sue C. 
Wilson, Teresa D. 556 
Wilson, Terrv A. 
Wilson, Valerie 461 
Wilson, Wanda J. 468 
Wilson. Wayne T. 357 
Wilson, William P. 
Wilson, William R. 556 
Wilson, WilliamS. 524 
Wimberly, Susan C. 524 
Wimsatt, Patricia J. 
Wmbun. Eugene W. Jr. 362, 497 
Winburn, Margaret A. 
Wmburn. William J. 
Wind. Beverly J 211. 214, 220. 224. 

461 
Windhorst. Daniel T. 
Wingate. Rebecca A B. 
Wingate. Vickie J. 556 
Wmgen, Ann E. 556 
Winkle, Marsha B. 
Winkler. Bernice 
Winkler. Dwight L. 
Winkler, Jackee J. 
Winkler, Robert G. 497 
Winkler. Ronna M. 
Winn. Gary B. 362,497 
Winnecke, John E. 
Winner. Cathy L 559 
Winsell. Gregory J 
Winsett, Donald T, 
Winstead, Florence H 
Wireman, G'enda 
Wirtz. Donn A. 
Wirtz. Eric W. 
Wischer, Barbara E. 461 
Wise. Brenda F 294,497 
Wise, Gen S. 556 
Wise, James R 317,461 
Wise. Dr. Joe 185 
Wise. Kenneth C. 
Wise. Nancy L. 
Wise. Pamela S. 557 
Wiseman, David K 
Wiseman. Robert C 
Wiseman, Shern 275 
Wist, Gloria A. 
Withers. Darrell H. 
Withers. Jeffrey T. 
Withers, Mary E. 
Withrow. Donna M. 
Withrow, Glenn E. 
Witt, Arnold R. 328. 497 
Witt, Brenda L. 524 
Witt. Brian S. 
Witt, Haran E 497 
Witt, James D. 
Witt, Jane E. 557 
Witt, Joe L 
Witt. Kathy E. 557 
Witt, Lois J. 557 
Witt, Malcomb M. 497 
Witt, Mark A. 
Witt, Mary J. 
Witt, Ophelia R. 
Witt. Ralph D. 
Win. Sarah A. 525 



Witten, Joseph R. 

Woegens, Chris W. 

Woeste, Dennis C 377 

Wogenstahl, Kathie 557 

Wolary. Therese M. 557 

Wolf. Robert L 

Wolfe, Dennis R 362.497 

Wolfe. Mr. Don G. 139 

Wolfe, Thomas C. 

Wolfe, Vicki K. 525 

Wolff, Charmaine M. 

Woltmbarger. E. Adair 

Wolford, Donna I. 

Wolford, Joy 1. 

Wolfzorn, Robert A. 497 

Womack, James C. 

Womack, Rachel M. W. 

Womack, Susan L. 305 

Womack. Teresa A. 525 

WOMEN'S INTERDORMITORY COUNCIL 363 

Wong, Tin Jor 497 

Wood, Brenda L. 387, 395, 497 

Wood, Clara 

Wood. Diane 461, 525 

Wood, Diane S. 

Wood, Elizabeth T. 461 

Wood. Genevieve J. 525 

Wood. James D. 

Wood, James R. 462 

Wood. Kristin M. 462 

Wood, Michael G. 497 

Wood. Victoria A. 557 

Wood, Willette A. 

Woodmgton, Kay E 369,462 

Woodnng, David M. 225, 462 

Woodruff, Gayle H 

Woodruff. Gregory A. 384, 462 

Woodruff. John S 

Woodrum, Martha F 

Woods, Jacqueline R 557 

Woods, Jane L. 

Woods. Jean C. G. 

Woods, Michael E 313 

Woodside, Larry T. 

Woodside. Rebecca D. 557 

Woodrum. Martha T 557 

Woodward. George G 332. 525 

Woodward, June A. 

Woodward. Robert M. 

Woody, Elmer R. 

Wooldr.dge. Kathy D. 497 

Wooldndge, Lea S. 

Wooldr.dge. Steve H. 249. 557 

Woolery, Pamela H 

Woolfenden, Robin K 

Woolley. Aida R.462 

Woolley, Craig C. 

Woolum, Sherry L. 525 

Woolums, Darrell 

Woolums, Larry T. 

Woolums. Richard T. 557 

Woosley, Brenda O 

Wooten, John R. 

Wooton, Sally 

Workman, Dons C. 462 

Workman, Gail L. 275, 525 

Workman, Lewis E. 462 

Workman, Lowell B 559 

Workman, Vicki S. 525 

Worland, Margaret A. 497 

Worley, Alice W. 

Worley. David L. 

Worley. Fred M 

Worley. Gary A 497 

Worley, Martha M. 

Wornall. Stephen P. 557 

Woron.n. Or. Eugenie 172 

Worrell. Leighton F 

Worten. Albert B 

Worthington. Charles 246. 462 

Worth. ngton, Kay 376 

Worthington. Mary S- 525 

Wozny. Catherine C 468 

Wozny, Constance K 462 

Woznv, Mary A 378.497 

Wozny, Patricia C 557 

Wren. Alvin Jr 497 

Wren, Joan L 557 

WRESTLING 264, 265 

Wright. Carlin N. Jr. 237 

Wright, Charles Jr. 

Wright, Connie J. 

Wright, Cora S. 

Wr.ght, David W. 

Wright. Deanna L 557 

Wr.ght, Donald 557 

Wright. Elinda A. 

Wright. Garry W. 

Wright, Gary L. 

Wr.ght. James E Jr. 559 

Wright. Jane E. 374,473 

Wr.ght. Jolinda R. M 204 

Wright. June L. 

Wright. Kenneth E 331, 525 

Wr.ght, Larry R. 

Wright. Lmda 214,462 

Wright, Louie L. 

Wright. Mary W. 

Wright, Nancy C. 

Wright, Norma A 

Wright. Pamela V 

Wright, Paul L 

Wright. Raymond J 

Wright. Sandra K 294. 497 

Wright. Shern L. 

Wright. Steve J 559 

Wr.ght. Vickie S 559 

Wright, Wanda M P. 462 

Wright. William R. 237 

Wu, Julian F 



Wubbenhorst, Jeannett 
Wubbenhorst, John M. 
Wurfel, David G. 525 
Wyan, Cheryl J." 
Wyatt, Cleveland H. 
Wyatt, Judith G. 
Wyatt, Larry G. 317 
Wyatt, Sharon S. 497 
Wyatt, Terry G. 317, 525 
Wyatt, William G. 462 
Wyckoff, Irene A. 271 
Wylie, Timothy R. 557 
Wynkoop, Mary J. 497 
Wynn, Bobby W. 
Wynn, Larry R. 224, 385, 462 
Wynn. Willard D. 525 
Wysocki, Mark E. 372 



Yaden. Vera A. 462 

Yager, Margaret K. 

Yagi. Fumihiko 462 

Yagi. K 462 

Yancey. Philip D. 202, 258. 462 

Yang, Daisy L 

Yantz, Enoch Jr. 

Yao. Peggy S. 525 

Yarger. Larry D. 

Yates, Alan B. 

Yates, Betty K 559 

Yates. Jackie J. 557 

Yates, James E. 

Yates. Joseph S. 

Yates, Karen J. 525 

Yates. Larry W. 

Yates. Mary E. K. 

Yates, Richard H. 374 

Yeager. Garnie A. 294, 354, 497 

Yeager, Pamela A. 557 

Yeaples. Alberta M. 557 

Yearsley. John W. Jr. 

Yeary, Danny W. 

Yeary. Stephen K. 497 

Yelton. Harold M. Jr. 497 

Yeo, Jacquelyn Rose 

Yenan, Dale E. 

Yerian. Paul E. 

Yoak. Barbara A. 

Yonts, Gary A. 

York. Connie S. 497 

York, Felix L. 

York.Glendon W 384.497 

York. James E. 

York. Kath.e J. 525 

Youmans, Robert D. 

Young. Anna M. 557 

Young, Betty L. 

Young. Brenda D. 387, 525 

Young, Conard E. 

Young, Darrell G. 

Young, Darlene215,299 

Young. David M. 

Young, David R. 

Young, Deborah A. 497 

Young, Donald L. 

Young. Douglass W. 

Young, Elizabeth A. 462 

Young. Florence B. 

Young, Geoffrey S. 

Young, Harold W. 

Young, J.C. 328 

Young, James S. 

Young. Jane R. 

Young, Javene A 270 

Young, Jimmy W. 

Young, John A. 262. 468 

Young. John C. 

Young. John R. 557 

Young, Dr. Joseph E. 177, 179 

Young, Lyhda D 

Young. Mary A. 

Young, Mary E. 

Young, Matthew P. 

Young, Michael R. 

Young, Pamela G. 525 

Young, Reece T. Sr. 

Young. Robbie K. 

Young, Roy Jr. 

Young, Susan C 557 

Young. Thomas A. 497 

Young. Thomas B. 

Younger, Cynthia A. 525 



Zaccarelli, Robert G. 
Zachem, Mary A. 
Zachruz, Randy J. 468 
Zaenglein, Priscilla 559 
Zak, Pamala S. 
Zanone, Carolyn J. 205. 462 
Zea, Pamela J. 214,462 
Zechella. Thomas A. 
Zeckner, Douglas J. 557 
Zeidler. Peggy J. 
Zerhusen, Gerald R 
Ziemann, Roy B 372.557 
Zieres. Brenda A 380, 497 
Zimmerman. Carol L. 
Zimmerman, David W. 
Zimmerman, Elaine L 
Zimmerman, Sharon F. 525 
Zmner, John L. 214. 295. 525 
Zins, Joseph E. 
Zion. Dennis C.497 
Zolas. Carolyn 
Zoll. James R. 225 
Zoller. Susan M. 274. 275. 462 
Zozula, Paul M. 
Zuermer, Douglas L. 559 



602 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 




INDEX AND DIRECTORY 603 




Sunset and evening star, 

And one clear call for me! 
And may there be no moaning of the bar, 

When I put out to sea, 
For tho' from our bourne of Time and Place 

The flood may bear me far, 
I hope to see my Pilot face to face 

When Phave crost the bar. 

— Tennyson 

Crossing the Bar 



604 INMEMORIAM 



IN MEMORIAM 




MR. T. L. ARTERBERRY 

Associate Professor 

of Secondary Education 

August 23, 1971 



DELIA MARIE COVINGTON 

Senior 

Georgetown 

February 16, 1972 



VIOLET ELLEN COLLINS 

Junior 

Morganfield 

February 16, 1972 




CHRISTOPHER GIBBS HERNDON 

Freshman 

Richmond 

February 19, 1972 



BARBARA JOAN NICKELL 

Senior 

Xenia, Ohio 

February 16, 1972 



REGINAT. NIEHAUS 



Louisville 
November 24, 1971 



IN MEMORIAM 605 



Editor's Note 

Eastern will long remember 1972 as a year of change, building and a new involvement. With 
the new atmosphere set by the activity offered within the new plaza, students took a new out- 
look towards campus living. Seldom could a time be found with the pool room vacant or bowl- 
ing lanes silent. Reading, T.V., leisure, and meeting rooms were in constant use. Endless lines 
stretched from the new dining facilities and on the spot laundry service desk. The 1972 MILE- 
STONE has captured the final moments of waiting before the primary burst of excitement 
following the January opening of the Center. University students this year will forever look 
back and recall their first walk through the University Center and Chapel — not to forget that 
fall class in a not quite-completed William L. Wallace Building. 

What is a book without people? Each and every student added his own personal spot to the 
year's record. Many unknowingly contributed to photos capturing a look or movement telling 
a story in itself on record forever. Those whose conscious efforts poured into the book are to 
be especially thanked. Seldom does a managing editor as Bill Sawyer exist, always ready 
to help in any capacity. One to be trusted not only as a journalist but as a friend. Section 
editors cannot be forgotten constantly attempting to follow an editor's often spacy directions. 
When I began student teaching second semester, the dependability of these section editors 
and the staff to function as a unit quickly became evident. Without Vice President Don Felt- 
ner, advisor and Doug Whitlock of news and publications to work behind the scenes, dead- 
lines could not have been met. They were there throughout the year whenever that one last 
word would not come to mind, or a picture refused to crop. 

Larry Bailey, university photographer, and his student assistants: Jim Shepherd, Don Wall- 
baum, Dan Quigg, Marianne Rose, Stephen Louis, and Bob Humphries made this book a 
reality. Special thanks is owed Doug Whitlock and Schley Cox for pictures. Many thank-yous 
go to Ken Greene of the Register for selected sports photos and to Mr. Bill Stoess (Bongo) of 
Delmar Printing for certain Greek group and activity shots. Thanks go to Billy Davis III for the 
campus aerial on pages 20-21 and to the Courier-Journal for contributions to the Special Re- 
port on pages 607-615. 

From Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Inc. came the portraits and many group shots. 
Thanks are extended Osborne people, John Mullaney, Steve May, Bob Ott and Betty Megerle 
for their services. At the Delmar Printing Company, thanks reach Bob Anderson, Sybil Parrish, 
Emma Thomas, Ralph Van Dyke, Ron Wempe, and Wayne Wolfe. And an extra special thank 
you is offered to Harrell Brooks for his creative assistance helping to make this the 1972 MILE- 
STONE. 

— Paula McCann 



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A Special Report 

'We Got The Spirit' 



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Preceding page: All-OVC guard George Bryant is carried off the 
floor in triumph after the Colonels topped Morehead 98-86 in the 
OVC playoff finale. Above: Bryant hooks a left-handed layup over 
Morehead's Bill Dotson. 




Spirited Colonels 
Climax Year With 
Post-Season Heroics 



"We've Got the Spirit! Now, you get the 
Spirit!" 

This chant rang loud off the playing floors 
of Alumni Coliseum, Frankford Sports Are- 
na and Stokely Athletic Center as the vola- 
tile, never-say-die Colonels generated more 
enthusiasm than most memories recall in a 
pulsating season appropriately labeled "Ex- 
citement 71-71." 

A story-book season that only a few 
bounces of the basketball prevented from 
becoming an heroic epic was climaxed by a 
pair of post-season games that brought an 
up-and-down year to a heart-pounding con- 
clusion. 



Left: Eastern fans "get the spirit" as they watch the Colonels in 
post-season play. Below: Charlie Mitchell soars over Morehead's 
Ron Nicholson for a fastbreak basket. 




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Right: The Colonels warm up for their NCAA tussle with Florida 
State as the Stokely Athletic Center scoreboard is lowered to 
change the teams' names following the Marquette-Ohio University 
game. Above: The Colonels' cheerleaders whip up enthusiasm 
among the some 2,000 EKU fans in Knoxville just before the open- 
ing tip. 

Playoff Victory Earns 
NCAA Tourney Berth 

After battling from second place to a tie 
for first in the Ohio Valley Conference, the 
Colonels faced Morehead, victor over West- 
ern in the OVC playoff's first game, for the 
right to represent the conference in NCAA 
play. Retaining the zip that pushed them 
past the Eagles 121-91 in the last regular 
season OVC game, Eastern whipped More- 
head for the second time in five nights by a 
98-86 margin. 

The Colonels came home from Frankfort 
that night feeling like more than co-cham- 
pions, and carrying the tickets to play Flor- 
ida State three davs later at Knoxville. 

The Seminoles had topped the Colonels 
byl3earlierat Tallahassee, and the Colonels 
felt a neutral court was all they needed. 

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Billy Burton's layup against Ron King (above) and Dan Argabright's 
shot over Lawrence McCray's outstretched hand (top left) were typi- 
cal of the play that pushed the Colonels to a 27-14 lead before the 
duo was benched with first-half foul trouble. 



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EKU's Early Momentum 
Stalled By Fouls 

Fan support, which had seen more than 
3,000 tickets to the playoff battle at Frankfort 
sold in a single afternoon, continued and 
some 2,000 Colonel rooters followed the 
squad to Knoxville. 

Eastern started the battle with the same 
fervor that had carried the squad past More- 
head, zipping to an early 27-14 lead. Then 
foul trouble benched Billy Burton and Dan 
Argabright and EKU's momentum followed 
them to the sidelines. 

Florida State inched back to tie the score 
at 34 and held a 50-42 edge at the half. The 
Seminoles built their advantage to 11 at 
59-48 before Eastern, sparked by Charlie 
Mitchell and Daryl Dunagan, slowly whit- 
tled away at the margin. 




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Coach Guy Strong exhibits his "OVC Coach-of-the-Year" form as 
he signals his players on the court and gives sideline instructions 
to Wade Upchurch. 




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Top Right: Television carries the EKU-FSU game back to an esti- 
mated one million Colonel fans who couldn't make the trip to 
Knoxville. Above: Daryl Dunagan attempts to shoot against Law- 
rence McCray and Rowland Garrett during the Seminole surge. 
Above right: Robert Brooks prepares to make a baseline move 
against FSU's Ron Harris. 



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A dejected Billy Burton sits alone during a timeout following 
his fifth foul with the Colonels one-point down. 



Colonels Fall 83-81 To NCAA Runners-Up 



The Colonels tied it at 77 on Mitchell's 
layup, following a Dunagan rebound, and 
took the lead on Billy Burton's fielder at 
79-77. A couple of blocked EKU shots helped 
put FSU back on top 82-79, before Arga- 
bright's layup put Eastern within one and 
set the stage for the frantic last minute. 

With 36 seconds left, Burton fouled out and 
sent Ron King to the line. The Seminole ace 
missed the shot, Eastern rebounded and 
headed downcourt. With 20 seconds to go, 
Daryl Dunagan was fouled in the act of 
shooting. His first free throw rimmed 
around, dipped in and then came out. His 
second bounced off the front of the rim. 
King's foul shot with six seconds left set the 
final score at 83-81. 

The Colonels were out of it and watched 




the Seminoles, whom they came so close to 
beating, sweep past Minnesota, Kentucky, 
and North Carolina into the national cham- 
pionship game with UCLA where they fell 
by only five points. 

The Colonels finished the year at 15-11, 
leaving many wondering how this team 
could have lost nearly a dozen games. Post 
season honors placed George Bryant and 
Charlie Mitchell as unanimous choices on 
the All-OVC team. Billy Burton received 
honorable mention recognition. And, for 
Guy Strong, who had worked the Colonels 
unrelentingly toward the top during his 
five years at the EKU helm, came deserved 
recognition as the Ohio Valley Conference 
Coach-of-the-Year. 




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Left: All-OVC forward Charlie Mitchell, who led all scorers with 
23 points, blocks out Reggie Royals after scoring a layup in 
Eastern's comeback. Above: Daryl Dunagan is fouled with 20 sec- 
onds remaining and the Colonels' down 82-81. 



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Specifications 



The 1972 MILESTONE was prepared by 
the students of Eastern Kentucky Univer- 
sity 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 Amber Gold. 

The cover is lithographed in 4-color 
process, using a combination of color trans- 
parencies and reflection art, on Pyroxylin 
impregnated book cloth. 

Body copy for the opening 19 pages is Me- 
lior, 14 point with 2-point leading; for the 
remainder of the book Melior, 12 point with 
2 point leading is used. Cutlines are 8 point 
Melior. Senior listings 10 point and under- 
classes are 8 point. Headlines are Melior 24 
point. 



Division page feature pictures are printed 
in drop-out duotone using black and a spe- 
cial mix brown inks. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pic- 
tures, both four-color and black-and-white 
included: Nikon (35mm), Leica (35mm), 
Pentax (35mm), Miranda (35mm), Minolta 
(35mm), Nikkormat (35mm), Rolleiflex 
(2-1/4 x 2-1/4), Mamiyaflex (2-1/4 x 2-1/4), 
Yashicamat 124 (2-1/4 x 2-1/4), Linhof 
(2-1/4 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 8,500 copies. 



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