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There is, so legend holds, at the end ot each rainbow a 
pot-o'-gold. At the heart of the legend lies one of man's 
noblest instincts, the pursuit of excellence and the drive 
for self-improvement. This Golden Milestone follows its 
predecessors in reporting the nurturing and development 
of this instinct at the society in microcosm that is Eastern 
Kentucky University. 




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Not in quest ot anything so nebulous as 
the end ot a rainbow, many came to East- 
ern with quite specific aims. Others came 
seeking direction. But, whatever their 
motivation, they were united in purpose. 





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All sought to learn. And the vehicles 
were myriad. The University, through gitts 
of nature and fruits of man's labor and 
knowledge, was a catalyst for formative 
skills, thoughts and philosophies. 




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This is not to say that the University 
was a panacea, a Utopian society for 
those who lived here, but rather that it 
provided the opportunity for those in pur- 
suit of goals. And, the resources were 
seemingly as diverse as the individuals 
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The natural beauty of the campus was not the least of 
student means. "Beauty," said Thoreau, "is its own 
excuse for being," and Eastern offered the tools for 
developing sensitivity to Nature's gifts. 




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The gifts of mankind's productivity were also here from 
which to draw. Within the walls of manmade edifices, 
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In the planning and building of new 
structures and revitalization of traditional 
landmarks the University reaffirmed its 
commitment to continue as a responsible 
institution while retaining links with its her- 
itage of educational service. 



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On this campus of learning and 
beauty, those in quest of dreams 
communed with themselves, with oth- 
ers and with nature. In the process, 
hopefully, were formed viable relation- 
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Then, one in that series of pursuits 
which constitute lite came to an end for 
many. It was not, however, a stopping 
place — a figurative pot-o'-gold — they 
had reached. For them, looming forever 
ahead, was the next rainbow. 



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CONTENTS 

Foreword ] 

University Life 24 

Academics .126 

Honors 188 

Athletics 220 

Organizations 282 

Classes of 1973 382 

Underclasses 470 

Index and Directory 562 

In Memoriam 604 



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Fall Semester 
Registers 12,341 



With summer over, students returned to Rich- 
mond for another year. Some for their first; some 
for their last. A record number of students arrived 
on campus raising total enrollment to an all-time 
high of 12,341, including a 10,580 on-campus 
record. 

After perhaps one day of preparation, registra- 
tion began and lines mounted with the increased 
enrollment. Lessening the hassel a bit, Eastern 
continued its pre-registration and orientation pro- 
gram for incoming freshmen. 



Top: With a new semester starting, students return to campus 
sparking a flurry of activity. Right: Little sister lends a helping 
hand with some of the bare necessities. 




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Left: Waiting in line, Sue Tacy contem- 
plates the coming registration ordeal. 
Top: With the hassel of registration, any- 
where is a great place to make final 
changes to schedules. Above: After regis- 
tration, hoards of students rush to the 
University Store to buy their texts. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 27 



BOG Fair 
. . . Action 



Included in the major Greek 
events of the year was the 
BOG County Fair. Both sorori- 
ties and fraternities sponsored 
booths holding such sporting 
events as ring tossing, pie 
throwing, and kissing. The Fair 
was open to Greeks and inde- 
pendents with both participat- 
ing in contests like stilt walking, 
arm wrestling, cider drinking, 
and turtle racing. Trophies 
were given to the winners in all 
events. The Fair ended with a 
dance in Burnam Hall where 
the trophies for the best booth 
and most spirit were given. 










Phi Mu Jo Ann Jeflers smiles as a cus- 
tomer takes aim to shoot out the candle. 



Davis Tindall watches as fellow CGR Hubert Hendren tests his skill at rope-climbing. 



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any students elect to test their luck at the Wheel-of-Fortune. 



KDT pledge Karen Dockery receives a reprieve by a near 
miss in the pie throw. 




he activity and heat at the BOG County Fair makes the refreshment stand a popular pit stop. 



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Bike Race, Powder Puff 
Highlight Fall Activity 

Two of the many events held in the fall were 
the DU Bike Race and the Powder Puff football 
game. Drawing numerous spectators, these 
events highlighted the first few weeks of the fall 
semester. Spending their leisure time to its fullest, 
many students participated in these and other 
activities as a new semester got under way. 



Karen Quail hitches a ride as Linda "Flash" Fritzer coasts lei- 
surely by the crowd. 





Sally Jeffers, sporting a Sigma Nu jersey, pedals her tricycle up to 
the starting line for the next race. 



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:tion is the name of the game as Kappa Alpha Theta Debbie Ridenour 
arges ahead for a first down. 





Rain and mud may stop some, but not the Kappa Alpha 
Theta's as they cheer their team on to a victory. 



eta Connie Freking watches her team battle against the ChiOs. 



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Students Adjust to 
New Way of Life 



Moving into dormitories was quite an experi- 
ence for many students, and for some it was 
almost unending chore. Parents were often 
cajoled into helping to lend a hand . . . fathers 
helping to carry in boxes, while the mothers were 
busily arranging the room. 

Favorite posters and colorful objects were 
placed skillfully on the walls and around the 
rooms to add a personal touch as well as a little 
color to the surroundings. After seeing old 
friends and talking over the summer's excite- 
ments, students soon settled down to begin the 
busy schedule for fall semester. 




Above: Checking into the dorm is one of the necessary evils of 
each semester. Top: Visiting parents take in the campus view 
from their daughter's room in Case Hall. 



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Coming back to school in the fall after the long summer involves some sad goodbyes. 




Some lucky students had their parents with them to help unload 
and unpack all the boxes, bags, and suitcases. 



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Almost every need of the student was added in the remodeled store, including 
drinking glasses and monogrammed souvenir glasses. 






This coed takes advantage ot the extended and more varied 
assortment of greeting cards. Left: An orderly and well-spaced 
arrangement of books, pamphlets, supplies, and teaching aides 
enables students and faculty quick and an easy access to needed 
supplies. Here Regent John Keith, Jr., browses. 



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University Store 
Doubles Facilities 



Fall semester marked the opening of the com- 
pletely remodeled and expanded University 
Store. The total tloor space and quantity ot sup- 
plies had nearly doubled in size. The old grill of 
the Keen Johnson Building had provided for part 
of the enlargement as well as the totally new Uni- 
versity Center. 

There were many additions to the store includ- 
ing first-time items such as tennis shoes, guitars, 
sports equipment and a candy counter. Included 
to a greater extent was a more adequate supply 
of textbooks, study guides, art supplies, and ref- 
erence books. The University Store also 
increased its supply of health and beauty aides, 
greeting cards, and stationery supplies. The large 
expansion helped to meet the growing demands 
of the large student body. 




An old-fashioned candy counter is one of the most popular and fre- 
quently visited counters in the new bookstore. 



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Dorm Life: A 
Unique Experience 

Dorm living proved to be an experience that residents 
would never forget. Dorm rooms were study rooms, dens, 
kitchens, and bedrooms all wrapped into one. 

Students learned to cope with the endless noise of blar- 
ing radios and stereos, shouting neighbors, ringing 
phones, and false fire alarms. 

Dorm rooms were not often ideal places to study due to 
the noise and interruptions. Invitations to go downtown, 
watch TV, or pop popcorn proved to be too much to con- 
centrate well for tomorrow's test. 

Dorm life had its advantages, however. It was a place to 
meet friends, borrow needed paraphernalia, or always have 
someone to talk to at lonely times. Dorm life could never 
be replaced by off-campus living. It was unique, inexpen- 
sive and fun. 




Right: A telephone conversation can be a private matter in the 
dorm hall ... if it's 3 A.M. Above: Waiting in line on sheet night 
is a familiar Wednesday-evening sight in Martin Hall. 




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Top: A roommate can be a big help when it's time for a hair trim 
and funds are low. Left: Donnie Stearns and Danny Stratton pre- 
pare a popcorn snack before the Monday Night Movie. Above: 
Todd Hall mail clerk, John Webb, puts up the mail on weekdays. 



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Above: Mary Jo Moorman, music education major, practices a flutaphone in her dorm 
room. Below: Girl talk is an important part of the nighttime agenda in McGregor Hall. 



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Above: A poster reflects the feelings of a physical education major. Below: The peck-peck of 
typewriters fill the residence halls as papers come due. 




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Refrigerators 
Made Available 



Fall 1972 was a first for the legalization of 
refrigerators in student dormitory rooms and the 
response to their availability was great. In order 
to provide for the student's needs the University 
Store ordered a large supply of refrigerators ini- 
tially, and later had to reorder. Students were 
also allowed to provide their own refrigerators 
and pay an electrical fee. With these refrigerators 
students stocked up on sandwich meats, snacks, 
and cold drinks which allowed them to snack 
after the food services closed. 




Boldly marked signs decorate this refrigerator to keep out unin- 
vited and hungry students. 




The University Store had refrigerators to rent, but some students 
bought their own for future use. 



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With the availability of refrigerators in dormitories, students 
stocked up to cut down on the rising food costs. 



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Above: Student talent was the entertainment at the coffee houses sponsored by Keene 
Hall Dormitory. Top: This coed practices bidding her hand in bridge. 



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Top: Students place their bets on the Black Jack table during Las 
Vegas Night in Martin Hall. Above: Students participate in sign 
language, an educational activity planned by the residence hall 
programmer. 



Dorm Activities 
Increase Interests 



In its third year of operation, the residence hall 
program under the direction of Miss Mary M. 
Glass and Mr. Ben Nankivell grew to include 15 
special programs and activities. Residence hall 
programming was a new program which had as 
its purpose the providing of special activities and 
programs for residence hall students. These pro- 
grams were financed through the budget of the 
program director and dorm dues. 

These activities included weekly interest 
groups and special programs on relevant issues. 
Some of these topics included bridge lessons, 
guilting bees, knitting lessons, sign language les- 
sons, trips to the Barn Dinner Theatre, and Fac- 
ulty talent shows. 

Often common activities were planned 
between men and women's residence halls, such 
as dances at Telford Hall and coffee houses at 
Martin. 

Although the ideas of residence halls were rel- 
atively new, they acted as entertainment as well 
as educational outlets for dorm residents. 



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Susi Womack throws up her hands in relief as the Colonels finally 
make the first down. 



School-spirited students urge the team on verbally (above) or as 
Anthony Newton (below) does physically. 




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Top: Homecoming day brought out the crowds and spirit ran high 
throughout the entire game, but the team fell to the Murray Rac- 
ers despite the cheering encouragements of the crowd. 




Spirited Students 
Attend Home Games 



Home football games were generally well 
attended, but faithful throughout wins or losses 
were the spirited students who were seen at all 
home Colonels' games. 

Although not claiming a winning season, team 
supporters shouted strong encouragements and 
cries for victory. Bad weather posed another 
problem for sports viewers. Rainy and bitter cold 
days held off many students, but the dedicated 
faithful still came and cheered for the Colonels. 



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Go, Go, Go! . . . Oh, No! 








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Friendly Atmosphere 
Surrounds Gril 



In its second year of operation, the new grill 
became a popular place for students and faculty. 
The grill was a spot for relaxation, socializing, 
studying, and, of course, eating. 

Students gathered there and endured the ever- 
present long lines for the breakfast special, lunch 
or evening meals. Some students visiting the grill 
found it to be a good place to study, catch up on 
the newspaper or make new friends. 

Faculty were often seen in the grill enjoying a 
quick cup of coffee or a short lunch during noon 
hours. The carefree atmosphere of the grill 
explained its popularity from early morning 
breakfast to the late midnight snackers. 




The grill Is the place for a quick lunch in between classes. Top: I 
waitress takes an order from a student and (below) quickl 
receives his order for a chuck wagon and trench fries. 



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Above: Students meet in the grill for socialization and to discuss plans for the week- 
end. Below: Coeds enjoy the dinner special in the relaxing atmosphere in the grill. 
Right: Not everyone leaves the grill tables clean for the next customer. 





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Snow Provides 
Winter Playground 



Kentucky's unpredictable weather brought the 
usual winter surprises. The winter was generally 
mild, and included spring-like days in January, 
cold rains, dreary days and light snowfalls. 

Although the snow accumulation never 
exceeded two inches on campus, students were 
drawn out in force at the sign of finding possible 
sites for winter sport. Many students were out 
looking for slick spots on ravine sidewalks and 
hills, places for snowball fights or simply to enjoy 
the picturesgue transformation of the dull winter 
campus into a bright and beautiful scene. 




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Above: The ravine sidewalks prove to be suitable for sledding. 
Below: This coed vividly portrays the fun she experienced sliding 
down the ravine sidewalk. 




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Snowfall transformed the ordinary into the extraordinary by a touch of nature. 




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Top: The cool, sparkling water was too much of a temptation for this coed to resist as the 
evening autumn temperatures remained humid. Below: Drained for the winter, the bottom of the 
fountain makes an occasional leaf part of its mosaic design. 



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Flowing Fountain 
Intrigues Students 



Located on the plaza of the University 
Center, the fountain was a meeting place 
where students enjoyed beauty on warm 
sunny days and sat around the edges and 
relaxed. 

In the evenings the fountain, lighted by 
bright lights, was popular with the students. 
Some students cooled off in the water on 
warm evenings, and others watched the 
water sparkling over the lights. 

As warm weather ended, and the cold 
days set in, fewer students visited the plaza 
area. The fountain was turned off and 
drained by the workmen. Freezing tempera- 
tures and rain water again transformed the 
quiet fountain into a spot of beauty in the 
cold winter days. 



Left: The edge of the fountain is a place to view the activi- 
ties in the plaza and get a little sun. Below: A freezing eve- 
ning transforms the quiet fountain into a winter's delight. 




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Groundbreakings 
Mark Expansion 



Construction activity continued on widespread 
corners ot the University campus as the Jane F. 
Campbell Building, begun in 1971, pressed 
toward completion and work was begun on the 
Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center. 

Renovations were completed on the Ault and 
Keen Johnson buildings and plans were made 
for the revitalization of the Fitzpatrick Building. 
Also in the planning stage was a building to serv- 
ice the Department of Nursing and the Student 
Health Service. 



Right and below: Early stages of construction of the Jane F. 
Campbell Building continues through the unpredictable Kentucky 
weather. Opposite: A surveyor's transit is pictured as boundary 
lines are laid for the fine arts building. 





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Pollution . . 
Campus Issue 

Pollution and littering were 
major issues at all universities 
and colleges in the nation. 
They were issues that could 
not go unnoticed. 

Eastern, too, was hit by 
these problems. Careless stu- 
dents tossed debris on the 
ground, cars produced toxic 
emissions, industry spewed 
malodorous fumes, and 
smokestacks billowed. 

People clamored for 
changes, but the littering and 
pollution continued as balance 
was sought between the needs 
of man and nature. 



Signs of pollution and littering spot the 
campus (right) as this student demon- 
strates his concern for the environment. 





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Vending Machines: 
Mixed Blessings 

Vending machines were an important element 
ot campus living and their coin slots and levers 
were found in every dorm and major building. 

The machines provided foodstuffs for break- 
fast, lunch and dinner for students catching 
quick snacks. Because of their necessity, signs 
reading "out-of-order" were greeted with great 
displeasure. 

But, worse than the tell-tale sign was discover- 
ing first hand a machine malfunction. Typical 
example: Insert coin, push button and either (No 
coke) or (No Cup) or worse (tilted cup and wet 
feet). 

Kicks, bangs and unmentionable remarks were 
often directed at these inanimate machines . . . 
whose very need made frustration greater when 
they failed. 



The vending machines in the ad building was one of the most 
popular places tor in-between class snacks. 




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Stickers Express Ideas 

Bumper stickers have long been a favorite fad 
for expressing one's thoughts, especially on 
political preferences and much visited tourist 
spots. Now bumper stickers have become a 
major way of expressing thoughts on all subjects 
from pollution to sex. As in many other areas of 
the United States, students, teachers, and admin- 
istrators on campus followed the trend. Their 
thoughts and often strong beliefs were displayed 
on the bumper stickers printed in bright colors, 
large letters, and shapes to catch another's eye. 



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Above: John Jacob Niles, foremost authority on folk music, enter- 
tains at the President's Concert in November. Left: Discussing the 
ideal American soc.ety, author Vance Packard answers questions 
concerning his recent book, "Nation of Strangers." 




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Center Board Presents 
Famous Performers 



The University Center Board brought to cam- 
pus this year a large number of celebrities who 
appealed to audiences of diverse interests. The 
fall activities began with a performance by men- 
talist Kreskin in Hiram Brock Auditorium. Funded 
by the Garvice Kincaid Lecture Series, Art Link- 
letter spoke to students in Alumni Coliseum on 
the dangers of drug abuse. Well-known author 
and social critic, Vance Packard, came to speak 
of the ideal American society. 

Other famous-name lecturers scheduled on the 
Board's Fine Arts and Lecture Series included 
Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and popula- 
tion expert Paul Erlich. Concerts presented by 
the Center Board included the President's Anni- 
versary Concert by John Jacob Niles and spring 
semester performances by Bob Hope and Duke 
Ellington. 



Left: Famous mentalist, Kreskin performs for a full-house at Brock 
Auditorium. Below: Well-known television and radio personality. 
Art Unkletter talks to Model students before his lecture. 




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Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (above), Earl Scruggs (right), and Quicksil- 
ver (below) were featured in concerts by the Center Board. 





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'Servant' Employs 
Unique Style 



"The Servant of Two Masters," a play written 
in the Italian Commedia dell 'arte style, was one 
of the five productions presented by the Univer- 
sity Players this season. Unique staging and style 
were employed to produce a comic effect, in this 
play about a servant who attempted to secretly 
serve two masters at once. 



Left: Craig Parker, Vickie Wolfe, Trisha Perry, and Bob Roach 
performed as members of the talented cast. Below: Mike 
Morgan's antics in the leading role as the servant add to the color 
and spectacle of "Servant of Two Masters." 



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Concerts Aim at Varied Musical Interests 



Providing something for everyone, this year's 
concerts presented by the University Center 
Board were among the best-attended events at 
Eastern. Native Kentuckian Jackie DeShannon 
along with the Association entertained the near 
capacity crowd at the first concert of the year. 
Adding a soulful touch to the occasion, Roberta 
Flack performed well-known selections, including 
her hit song "The First Time Ever I Saw Your 



Face" during her Homecoming-Eve concert. 

Performing in a triple-feature concert, Rick Nel- 
son and the Stone Canyon Band, the Grass 
Roots, and Denny Brooks again drew a capacity 
crowd to the Alumni Coliseum. Other perform- 
ances during the year included the Nitty Gritty 
Dirt Band, the Earl Scruggs Review, and hard- 
rock group Quicksilver. 




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Performing in concerts presented by the University Center 
Board, Denny Brooks (opposite), Roberta Flack (above left), 
the Association (above), and Rick Nelson (left) entertain 
capacity crowds at Eastern. 



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Patches, Patches, 
Patches Everywhere 

In these days of self-expression, patches 
served as another mode of expressing one's 
beliefs and feelings. Some were colorful; some 
plain. Some were meaningful; some just for fun. 
Patches were evident throughout campus as stu- 
dents strove to convey their feelings. 



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Events such as "Egg in Your Beer" (above) "Zipper Stripper" 
(right) and romping in the mud (below) add to the spirit of com- 
petition during the Sigma Chi Derby. 




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Derby Sparks 
Competitive Spirit 



Ending a week of spirited participation, the 
Sigma Chi Derby offered a day of competi- 
tion among campus sororities. Events such 
as the "Zipper Stripper," "Egg in Your 
Beer," and "Bamboo Ramble" highlighted 
the day's activities. Greek coeds, spurred by 
the keen competition, strove for the Sigma 
Chi "Spirit Award." After the closing of the 
Derby, Sigma Chi held a party where the 
"Spirit Award" was presented to Kappa 
Delta sorority. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 71 



Fall's Colors 
Activity Stage 

The vibrant colors of fall 
forecast the coming of winter. 
The campus squirrels foraged 
for their hoard of food and stu- 
dents enjoyed the fleeting 
moments of shortening after- 
noons to frolic in a ravine car- 
peted by leaves. 

But, the coming of autumn 
also signaled the time for the 
last big outdoor flings of the 
fall semester . . . Band Day 
and Homecoming. 





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Gala Band Day Event 
Draws 3,000 High Schoolers 



More than 50 Kentucky high school bands provided color- 
ful and entertaining music for viewers of the half-time show 
at the Colonels-Middle Tennessee football game as part of 
the annual High School Band Day. About 3,000 bandsmen 
dressed in distinctive uniforms participated in a parade ear- 
lier that October 7th morning. The bands marched both 
through downtown Richmond and on campus playing music 
which ranged from movie themes to military marches. 

The massive combined band made up of the high school 
students from throughout Kentucky performed with the 
Marching Maroons, making the 1972 Band Day the biggest 
ever. 









The elements of Band Day — instruments, bandsmen and onlookers of all ages — 
combine for a fall extravaganza that excited thousands of parade watchers and 
football fans. The Colonels cooperated too, by blanking Middle Tennessee 13-0, 



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There was something for everyone at the Band Day festivi- 
ties and other half-time presentations, as well. The girl 
watchers reveled in the high-stepping 'antics of the EKU 
majorettes. Above: The majorettes lead the Marching 
Maroons on the field. Right Debbie Delduca strikes a pretty 
pose during a precision routine. 




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And, There Were Dancing, Prancing Majorettes! 





Left: Jill Dwelley performs a 
Charleston routine. Above: Kandy 
Clay displays her versatility with the 
sword and fire. 



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Top: In Sung Chung and Beth Daugherty 
strike a ballet-like pose during a cheer. 
Above: EKU cheerleaders exhort Colonel 
fans. Right: Cathi Jones struts exuber- 
antly after an Eastern touchdown. 




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Cheerleaders Add to Action 



The cheerleader corps added its vibrant vocal and physical 
enthusiasm to fall's football contests. Through snappy dance 
routines, acrobatics and cheers, the yell-leaders contributed to 
the autumn pageantry and communicated the message that at 
Eastern "we don't mess around." 





Top left; Cathi Jones reflects a pensive 
mood as things go poorly for the Colo- 
nels. Left: Gordon Jett raises In Sung 
Chung in a handstand against a dramatic 
backdrop of flags and sky. Above: A 
cheerleader capers with his megaphone. 



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Happiness Is . . . 
Homecoming 72 



For the third consecutive year, the 
weather proved uncooperative tor the 
annual Homecoming festivities. But, 
the Homecoming theme, Happiness is 
. . . was not hampered by the foggy 
and rainy day. Students had worked 
throughout the week constructing 
floats in local warehouses with 
themes such as, "Happiness is mak- 
ing horsemeat out of the Racers" or 
. . . "putting the Racers out to pas- 
ture." 

Fifteen queen finalists chosen ear- 
lier from a field of 62 pre-candidates 
rode in convertibles along with the 
multi-colored floats throughout the 
parade route encompassing the main 
streets of downtown Richmond and 
Lancaster Avenue. 





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Top: President Martin shows that he's a good sport as 
he enjoys his ice cream cone while watching the Home- 
coming Parade from the reviewing stand. Left: Home- 
coming 72 began with a Friday night concert by record- 
ing artist, Roberta Flack. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 81 





Top right: Eastern students, past and present, enjoy the 
atmosphere generated by an exciting football game. Above: 
Miss Teresa Wilson smiles as President Martin prepares to 
deliver the traditional kiss to the newly crowned Homecom- 
ing Queen. Right: Teresa and her escort Ward Eastman 
watch from their front row seats as the Colonels battle the 
Murray Racers. 





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Rain, Defeat Fail to Dampen Festive Spirits 



Although the inclement weather hung on until 
game time, ceremonies continued with the 
crowning of Miss Teresa Wilson as 1972 Home- 
coming Queen. Also during the pre-game activi- 
ties, the Covington Cup was given to Dr. Robert 
Martin in honor of the late 1971 Homecoming 
Queen Miss Marie Covington. 



On a rain-soaked field, the hopes of the injury 
riddled Colonels took a severe setback as the 
Murray Racers triumphed 7-3. 

Fog, dampness, and a football loss caused 
Homecoming 72 to slip quietly into history with 
many memorable moments tucked away. 






Colonel fans watch as Jeff McCarthy rushes for a first down 
against Murray. 



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reign as queen over the 1972 Homecoming. 
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1972 Homecoming Court 



The 1 972 Homecoming Court was chosen from among 62 candi- 
dates by students in the largest campus-wide queen election ever 
held. A panel of judges picked the Homecoming Queen along with 
her first and second runners-up. First runner-up was Miss Frances 
Adams, an interior design major from Elizabethtown, who also was 
chosen by Bob Hope as one of the twelve girls to accompany his 
annual Christmas tour of military bases around the world. Debbie 
Begley, a special and elementary education major from Amelia, 
Ohio, was the second runner-up. Miss Begley, a member of Phi Mu 
sorority, was also a Miss Richmond runner-up. 




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KANDY CLAY, 
Gymnastics Club 



DEBBIE BEGLEY, Palmer Hall 



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CINDY HOPKINS, Beta Omicron Gamma 




SUSAN CHILDERS, Telford Hall 



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PHATANEE CHIARAVANOND, International Students 



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SHELLEY McCONKEY, Sullivan Hall 



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MARGUERITE IRVIN, Black Student Union 



SHARON BODNAR, Martin Hall 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/HOMECOMING 91 




LYNDA SUE BERTRAM, Women's Interdorm 



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BECKY SUE BAILEY, Veteran's Club 




KATHY LANE, Baptist Student Union 



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Queen Athena 

Cynthia Spratt Smith 



Reigning as the 1972-73 Queen Athena, the 
mythical goddess of skill, wisdom, and warfare 
was Cynthia Spratt Smith, senior physical educa- 
tion major from Louisville. Selected by members 
of the Association of the United States Army and 
advanced course cadets, she served as sponsor 
of the ROTC Brigade and commander of the 
Sponsor Corps. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE/QUEEN ATHENA 95 



Junior Karen Hamilton 
Crowned Miss Eastern 



Miss Karen Hamilton, a 21 -year-old junior from 
Owensboro, was selected as Miss Eastern 1973 
during the annual spring pageant sponsored by 
the Eastern Panhellenic Council. 

Miss Hamilton, a junior physical education 
major, did a song and dance routine to "I'm Just 
a Girl Who Can't Say No," from Rodgers and 
Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" for her talent. 

The first runner-up was Miss Debbie Begley, 
junior from Amelia, Ohio. Miss Begley, a special 
education major, performed a comic monologue. 

Miss Jean Hempfling, junior from Hebron, was 
second runner-up. A music education major, 
Miss Hempfling presented a song as her talent. 

Miss Congeniality of the Miss Eastern Pageant 
and fourth runner-up was Miss Mary Kay Por- 
tune, sophomore from Kettering, Ohio. 





Talent presented during the 1973 Miss Eastern Pageant included 
Becky Farley (top right) singing, "When You Wish Upon a Star," 
Jo Ann Jeffers (above), dancing to "Mr. Bojangles," and Debbie 
Begley (right), presenting a comic monologue. 



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Above left: The 1973 Miss Eastern, Miss Karen Hamilton, presents 
as her talent a selection from the musical "Oklahoma!." Above: 
After being crowned the new Miss Eastern, and the University's 
1973 Miss Kentucky Pageant representative, Miss Hamilton is 
presented to the audience. Left: Her eyes filled with tears of joy, 
Miss Hamilton receives a silver bowl and dozen red roses from 
last year's second runner-up, Debbie Delduca. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE/MISS EASTERN 97 



Theresa Smith, 
Beauty of Blackness 



In a candle- lit Edwards Auditorium, the annual 
Miss Black Richmond contest was held Decem- 
ber 2. Chosen to reign as the Beauty of Black- 
ness was Miss Theresa Smith, a medical technol- 
ogy major from Louisville. Selected from 1 7 con- 
testants, Miss Smith's talent was a modern dance 
number. Miss Smith's interests are all sports 
including swimming and softball. 

The first runner-up was Miss Shandra Jackson 
from Birmingham, Alabama, and second runner- 
up was Miss Vicki Hampton of Louisville. 




Talent plays an important part in choosing the winner in the Miss 
Black Richmond Pageant as Karen Yates performs. 




Leonetta Lacaden, Theresa Smith, Karen Yates, and Vicki Hamp- 
ton, finalists in the Miss Black Richmond contest wait anxiously 
for announcement of the winner. 



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Miss Theresa Smith, the new Miss Black Richmond, receives con- 
gratulations from a fellow contestant. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 99 



All Campus Activities 
Revolve Around Class 



Predominant of student activities were classes. 
And the academic situations were as diverse as 
the students themselves. Whether lab, lecture or 
independent study, the classroom was the cen- 
tral issue that more or less dictated the amount 
ot time available for other activities. 



To supplement class attendance, students are required to do 
additional research in the library and in laboratories. 





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Top: A student prepares for his class in music education. Above: 
Courses offered in flower arranging in the agriculture department 
prepare the student for practical studies in the floristry business. 



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Opposite: Vikki Hall puts on a skit during her special education class. Top and above: 
Students listen for proper intonations in French class taught by Dr. John H. Williams. 



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Animals Frequent 
Campus Scene 

Animals were always topics of interest on cam- 
pus. Roaming freely or walking on leashes with 
their owners, animals of varied sorts were fre- 
quent visitors. 

Some students illegally possessed animals in 
their dorm rooms including such assortments as 
hamsters, guinea pigs, pygmy snakes or cats. 
The animals were concealed during room checks 
and many went unnoticed. 

Campus was also a setting where Richmond 
residents and off-campus students had leisurely 
walks with their pets. 

The campus itself was a haven for small wild 
animals. The ravine was the home for the inquisi- 
tive grey squirrel and the chattering birds. Stu- 
dents enjoyed the animals' presence and they 
added to the beauty of the campus. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 105 




Second semester registration packs the auxiliary gym as students wait in line for class cards. Below: Totally 
empty after registration, the bare auxiliary gym is a contrast to the jammed, packed picture above. 




106 UNIVERSITY LIFE 




Filling out the backs of IBM cards is close to the last step in the 
long and tiring process of registration. 



"Short Semester" 
Added for Spring 



Spring semester registration began with a little 
less confusion tor students, due to pre-registra- 
tion that had taken place earlier in December. 
Although many students registered early, the 
familiar long lines and closed classes occurred. 
The auxiliary gym was filled with students waiting 
for advisors' signatures, more class cards, and 
solutions to changed class schedules. After pay- 
ing fees, students anxiously left the turmoil of 
registration. 

Eastern's enrollment for the spring semester 
was again up from the previous year. Registra- 
tion offered more than 2,500 classes, making it 
the most varied curriculum ever offered at East- 
ern. 

Included in new programs for the spring 
semester was the initiation of the new "short 
semester." This program offered high school stu- 
dents who graduated in December or February 
the opportunity to begin their college study in 
early March. 




Floor conferences held by students on schedule changes and additions are a common sight. 



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UNIVERSITY LIFE 109 



Museum Rebuilds 
Authentic Cabin 



Filled with more than 260,000 volumes, the John 
Crabbe Library contained facilities that aided the 
student in every area of study. The solitude of 
the library caused it to become one of the best 
places for serious study. 

The library provided equipment which included 
copying machines, microfilm auditors, dial 
access, and visual aides. Some of materials open 
for student use was a periodical room where stu- 
dents kept up to date with fashions, sports and 
scientific literature. 

Under the direction of Miss Jane Munson, cura- 
tor of the library museum, work was being com- 
pleted on a log cabin filled with objects hand- 
made by Kentucky residents. This cabin was 
open to student viewing and was a step in trans- 
forming the present museum into a Kentuckiana 
Museum. 

Right: The library provides a good atmosphere and study aides 
tor students to complete their study assignments. Below: Major 
and minor newspapers are found in the library, where students 
can catch up on hometown news as well as the international 
scene. 










Top: An authentic log cabin purchased for the Dorris Museum is 
part of a display on Kentucky colonial days. Left: The card cata- 
logue is an important tool to students in researching topics for 
term papers. Above: Rhonda Smith, an art major, helps to recon- 
struct the fireplace of the log cabin. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 111 




Diverse activities spot the campus during 
warm spring days. 




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Spring Lures Students 
to Outdoor Activity 

Spring's warm weather lured student activity 
into the outdoors as a new season began for 
Eastern's athletic teams. Tennis, baseball, track, 
and golf began along with numerous Greek activ- 
ities as the spring semester grew short and 
hopes for the summer grew long. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 113 



Bike Racks 
Installed on Campus 

Bicycles hit campus last year, and numbers 
kept on rising. With increased parking problems 
and high gasoline prices more students turned to 
two wheels for transportation. Bicycles were 
found everywhere, locked on light poles, stair- 
cases, fire hydrants and stored in dorm recrea- 
tion rooms. 

In order to accommodate this large influx of 
bikes, bicycle racks were approved by the Board 
of Regents and installed throughout the campus. 




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any possible place to lock their bike that couldn't be carried 
away. Right center: Bicycling is one of the most popular and 
relaxing ways to pass a warm spring afternoon. 



Bikes were considered by many students to be absolute necess 
ties that had to be brought back to the campus in the fall. 



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Above: One of the bicycle racks installed during the second semester is located by Combs Hall, 
serving residents of Combs and Martin Hall Dormitories. Top right: The sheer joy of getting out and 
Bnjoying the fresh air is expressed in this coed's face. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 115 



Spring Fever 

Competes With 

Mid-Term Exams 



Spring came early to the Eastern cam- 
pus this year. The first week ot March 
brought a week of temperatures in the 
70's and brought mid-terms and spring 
fever into head-to-head competition for 
student attention. 

Students spilled onto the campus, glad 
to be outdoors after a not-too-cold, but 
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Fancies 
Turned by 
Springtime 

With the presence of spring, 
love became the major thought 
in the minds of many. In the 
grill, at the fountain, or strolling 
through the ravine, couples 
could be seen. 

Aside from all the hustle and 
bustle of campus activities, 
spring was also a time for 
thinking about all the year's 
good times. A quiet walk 
through the ravine, couples 
time and place for reflecting on 
the past and dreaming about 
the future. 




UNIVERSITY LIFE 121 






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Finals Cause 
Anxious Moments 



Finals week was a time of hard study- 
ing, cramming, sleepless nights, and 
anxious moments. After the many hours 
of preparation, times of remorse occur- 
red. Students wished that they had 
spent more time studying and more time 
preparing. Moments of forgetfulness 
approached on the faces of students as 
test time came and went. 

Students counted the moments till the 
finals would be over. There were now 
able to head for home and relax after 
the hard week and wait for their grades. 



Taking her last test during finals week, Sue Anderson 
rechecks her paper. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE 123 




Graduation Fulfills 
Hopes and Dreams 



With the completion ot finals, graduating sen- 
iors prepared for their last undergraduate activity 
at Eastern. Commencement exercises brought to 
a close years of hard work and learning. Along 
with many fond memories, graduation presented 
a sense of reality to past expectations. Fulfilling 
the dreams of many proud parents, graduation 
ended with the presentation of degrees by Presi- 
dent Robert R. Martin to the Class of 73. 




Top: Rows of chairs fill up with friends and relatives as time for 
commencement nears. Above: A proud mother aids her son with 
a few last-minute preparations for graduation. 



124 UNIVERSITY LIFE 






Top: As night falls, faculty and staff fill the pavilion stage as Presi- 
dent Martin prepares to confer degrees at summer commence- 
ment. Left: Many years of hopeful expectation are fulfilled as 
graduating seniors receive their diplomas. Above: After gradua- 
tion, friends and relatives record the proud moment on film to 
become a lasting memory. 



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THE BOARD OF REGENTS. FRONT ROW: Mr. William L. Wallace, 
Mr. Luther Farmer, Mr. Earle B. Combs, Chairman, and Mr. Rob- 
ert B. Begley, Vice Chairman. BACK ROW: Mr. Gerald E. May, 



Dr. Donald C. Haney, Mr. Larry W. Cleveland, Mr. Henry D. Stra 
ton, and Mr. Marvin Edwards. Not pictured is Mr. John M. Keith 
Jr., who was appointed atter the photograph was made. 



Governor Ford Helps 
Break Ground 



Governor Wendell H. Ford was a key fig- 
ure in two major campus events during 
1972-73. 

His first appearance came at the ground- 
breaking ceremonies for the Law Enforce- 
ment-Traffic Safety Center October 18. He 
was scheduled to deliver the commence- 
ment address and to receive an honorary 
doctorate at the May graduation exercises. 

Praising Eastern's involvement in law 
enforcement education, he said "... the 
University should be commended for inte- 
grating it into the overall academic program. 
It can't help but get stronger." 

Governor Ford started the implementation 
of his program for the reorganization of state 
government during 1972. He drew national 
attention twice in February when he 
addressed the Yale Political Union and was 
one of several governors who spoke before 
Congressional committees concerning the 
proposed federal budget. 




Governor Ford delivers the principal address at the ground breaking to 
the Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center. 



128 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 



toard of Regents Sells Construction Bonds 




resident Martin presents his quarterly report at a Board of 
egents meeting. 



The University's policy making body — the 
Board of Regents — had much of their 1972-73 
activity centered around the Law Enforcement- 
Traffic Safety Center. 

In two significant meetings, the Board voted 
approval of the project October 4 and sold bonds 
to finance construction of the $6.5 million struc- 
ture February 6. Interim approval of the project 
had come from the State Council on Public 
Higher Education and the State Department of 
Finance. 

Earlier in the year the Board voted to adopt a 
self-regulated hours program for women students 
after having studied the system for a year on a 
trial basis. Approval of the 1973-74 institutional 
budget was another major function of the Board. 

The Board members, appointed to four year 
terms by the Governor, are successful men who 
have made significant contributions in their pro- 
fessions. Student and faculty representatives, 
elected by their peers, were given voting privi- 
leges this year. 




30ARD MEMBERS. Larry Cleveland, Dr. Don Haney, Henry Strat- Governor Ford, and Luther Farmer aid in the ground breaking 

on, John Keith, Jr., Gerald May, William Wallace, Robert Begley, ceremonies for the Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 129 




President and Mrs. Robert R. Martir 



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Dr. Martin Ends Year 
As AASCU President 



President Robert R. Martin marked his 13th 
year as Eastern's sixth president with a continua- 
tion of his role of educational leadership at both 
state and national levels. 

His active year as president of the American 
Association of State Colleges and Universities — 
an organization whose members enroll one- 
fourth of the nation's college students — came 
to an end in November. 

He was credited by Dr. Darrell Holmes, AASCU 
past president, as bringing the Association this 
year to "a new level of accomplishment and 
maturity: not only are we the largest ever . . . 
but we also have seen the fruition of a compre- 
hensive and highly effective program designed to 
impact national legislative policy." 

As president of the association, Dr. Martin 
worked with congressional leaders and testified 
before committees to secure passage of the 
Higher Education Bill in the 1972 session of Con- 
gress. 

Locally. Dr. Martin led the fight to retain East- 
ern's Kentucky leadership in law enforcement 
education following the release of a consultant's 
study suggesting fragmentation of existing pro- 
grams here. 

He also maintained the academic and physical 
development of the University and directed plan- 
ning for the observance of a centennial of higher 
education on the campus, scheduled to begin in 
July. Eastern traces its lineage to the founding of 
Central University here in 1874. 



Above: President Martin walks along the Powell Building's colon- 
nade as he looks over the University Center. Left: President Mar- 
tin receives a silver bowl in appreciation of his year's service to 
AASCU from Dr. Darrell Holmes. 



ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION 131 




Above: President Martin awards the hon- 
orary degree of Doctor of Laws to Dr. 
Allan Ostar, executive director of the 
American Association of State Colleges 
and Universities, during Summer Com- 
mencement exercises. Right: President 
Martin presents the Association's Distin- 
guished Alumnus Award to Mrs. Lynda 
Bird Robb, who accepted on behalf of 
her father, Former President. 




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/ice President for Administration, Dr. J. C. Powell, records the business being conducted during a Regents meeting. 

Dr. Powell Directs University Fiscal Affairs 



Dr. J. C. Powell, Vice President for Administra- 
tor!, exercised authority in the fiscal affairs of the 
Jniversity. Dr. Powell had as one of his major 
assignments the preparation of Eastern's internal 
Dudget. 

The organization of bond issues for construc- 
:ion projects and development of applications for 
ederal funds for construction were among other 



responsibilities assigned to the office. The bond 
issue for the Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety 
Center was the main issue, with the building 
scheduled to be completed in 1975. 

Dr. Powell was also responsible for the direc- 
tion and supervision of the Office of Internal 
Auditor, Division of Safety and Security, and Divi- 
sion of Data Processing. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 133 




Dr. John D. Rowlett serves as the acting academic vice presider 
as well as Vice President for Research and Developmer 



Programs Grow; Research Secures Grant! 



The direction of scholastic programs for a 
record on-campus enrollment of 10,580 students 
was the task of Dr. John D. Rowlett, who served 
as acting Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. 
Rowlett also continued his responsibilities as Vice 
President for Research and Development. 

New graduate and undergraduate degree pro- 
grams swelled the University's total number of 
major programs to 171. They ranged in scope 
from 25 two-year associate-of-arts degrees to 
some 52 graduate level offerings. 

Facilities to service growing academic pro- 
grams included the Presnell Building, the 
Thomas E. McDonough Intramural Fields and 
conversion of space in the Ault and Weaver 



buildings. Construction continued on the Jane F 
Campbell Building and work was commenced oi 
the Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center. 

The Office of Research and Developmen 
worked as the liaison agency between Easteri 
and governmental offices. Dr. Rowlett worket 
with faculty in securing federal grants for a vari 
ety of academic programs. 

Grant support was received for more than 4( 
programs, coming from both public and privati 
funding agencies. The office's Division of Institu 
tional Research, under the direction of Dr. R 
Dean Acker, administered the undergraduate an< 
graduate record examinations and conducte< 
research projects on a variety of subjects. 



134 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 






Top: President Martin and Dr. Rowlett examine the blueprints for the 
Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center. Left: Leonard Taylor, regist- 
rar, checks diplomas at summer commencement. Above: Dr. Ken- 
neth Clawson serves as Coordinator of Allied Health Programs in 
addition to his position as Dean of Richmond Community College. 



ACADEMICS/ ADMINISTRATION 135 




Student Affairs Areas 
Increase Services 



Spearheaded by Vice President Thomas D. 
Myers, divisions of the Office of Student Affairs 
extended their activities and services. The office 
was responsible for admissions, financial aid, 
housing, health services, orientation, student 
activities, and social adjustment and counseling. 

The Counseling Center made use of additional 
rooms in Ellendale Hall for assisting students in 
educational-vocational goal-planning and curricu- 
lar choice. The center also acted as a referral 
agent for the University psychiatric services. Stu- 
dent Health Services were increased with the 
addition of a second physician. 



Above: Dr. Tom Myers takes a break from his duties as Vice Pres- 
ident for Student Affairs to keep time at a swim meet. Right: Mr. 
Skip Daugherty, director of student organizations and activities, 
discusses a club project. 




136 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Wilbur Houston, director of the Student Health Service, stands 
by in case his services are needed at a football game 






Miss Janet Hibbard awaits her next query in the Ombudsman's 
Powell Building Office. 



The Ombudsman's 
Job Is to Listen 



The office of Ombudsman, created in 1969 by 
the Board of Regents, was occupied this year by 
Miss Janet G. Hibbard on the recommendation of 
President Martin. She became the fourth faculty 
member and the first woman to hold the office. 

Miss Hibbard received requests, concerns, and 
grievances of the student body. She discussed 
these problems with the students, then referred 
them to the proper university officials. She also 
made recommendations to President Martin 
regarding campus problems. 



ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 137 



Business Affairs Steps Up Activities 



The Office of Business Affairs coordinated all 
phases of the university program where financial 
matters were concerned. Headed by Vice Presi- 
dent Neal Donaldson, the office was responsible 
for accounting and budgetary control, operation 
and maintenance of the physical plant and 
grounds, purchasing, and the operation of auxil- 
iary enterprises and services. 

Such things as the Donaldson Service Com- 
plex and the food service components of the Uni- 
versity Center broadened the scope of operation. 
New services included refrigerator rental, 
increased check cashing facilities, laundry and 
dry cleaning facilities, and a barber shop. With 
the renovation of the Keen Johnson Building 
completed, the University Store provided 
expanded services. 




Mr. Neal Donaldson, Vice President for Business Affairs, super- 
vises the financial and service functions of the University. 




A second check cashing facility was welcomed by many students 
who found the Powell Building service closer to campus paths. 



138 ACADEMICS/ADMINISTRATION 




Above: Mr. Donald R. Feltner, Vice President for Public Affairs, is 
-esponsible for seeing that the public stays constantly aware of 
Eastern's continued development. Below: Dr. Billy Wells and Mr. 
Earl Roberts assist Mr. Guy Hatfield with the unveiling of the pla- 
ques bearing the names of Century Club members during the 
dedication of the Chapel of Meditation. 



Public Affairs 
nterprets Program 

The office of Public Affairs, headed by Vice 
President Donald R. Feltner, strove to improve 
communications both within the University Com- 
munity and with EKU's various publics. 

Special events, beginning with the dedication 
of the Chapel of Meditation in May, were a major 
activity of the office. President Martin's 13th 
Anniversary in office, plague and portrait unveil- 
ings, the reopening of the Keen Johnson Build- 
ing and Founders Day were among the programs 
coordianted by the office. 

University-School Relations and the Office of 
Alumni Affairs continued their annual Band Day, 
Alumni Day and Homecoming activities. 

Placement and News and Publications activi- 
ties increased. The printing of two-year supplies 
of several official publications and other meas- 
ures resulted in substantial savings. 

"FYI," the on-campus newsletter, continued its 
weekly chronicling of coming events and official 
announcements. Equipment was added to speed 
the reporting of news to the media. 




ACADEMICS /ADMINISTRATION 139 




Dr. Clyde J. Lewis, Dean of Central University College discusses 
with Dr. Leroy L. Barlow, Associate Dean of CUC, an idea pres- 
ented in a paper received in his Man, Culture, and Society class. 

CUC Increases Course Offerings 



Central University College, Eastern's general 
studies and academic advising organization, 
added courses to its curricula and hosted a 
regional conterence that attracted visiting schol- 
ars trom eight states. 

Directed by Dean Clyde J. Lewis, CUC contin- 
ued its function of enrolling incoming freshmen in 
its general studies program and provided the 
new students with concentrated academic 
advisement. 

Added to the CUC course offering was a col- 
lege colloquium which could be taken for credit 
during the spring semester. An Experimental 
Writing Lab was developed to assist students in 



English composition and the Learning Lab con- 
tinued its programs offering a "second chance" 
to students experiencing problems adjusting to 
college study. The Learning Lab also offered a 
program in speedreading to the University com- 
munity. 

The Department of Social Science, in coopera- 
tion with the International Society for the Com- 
parative Study of Civilizations, hosted a regional 
conference for scholars in the social sciences to 
exchange cross-cultural information. 

CUC continued to operate a pre-registration 
program for freshmen during the summer 
months. 



140 ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 




Vt registration students find any suitable place to make last-minute class changes Below: 
M. Bruce MacLaren, assistant professor in Physical Sciences, demonstrates the precision 
teeded to weigh with the single beam balance. 




ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 141 




With a slide presentation of Oriental religions, a student reviews his lecture notes in the CUC 
Learning Lab. 



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To Impress, Express." 

Aristotle 



The CUC Academic Counseling and Learning Laboratory under thej 
direction ot Mrs. Ann Algier was moved to a new location in the Bert 
Combs Building. 

Emphasis was placed on efficient learning, essay writing, test tak- ! 
ing material and vocalizing in class. Students were placed in smalli 
groups where major course concepts were considered, discussed, 1 
and clarified. Resources such as films, tape recordings, and outside 1 
reading material supplemented material already available to the stu- 
dent. 

A project to interest veterans in returning to college was instituted! 
this year. Graduate students assisted in the development and the 1 
continuing of the Learning Laboratory. 



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Above: Using the Autotutor, Gwendolyn White studies at her own 
pace by answering questions the machine reflects on the screen. 
Below: Good study habits are also taught as a coed studies by 
reviewing the notes she placed on index cards. 




ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 143 




Above Captain James Parham familiarizes coed cadets with the 75mm pack howitzer. Below: Being the only girl i 
the class provides for a humorous atmosphere as Bettina Bentley laughs at the instructor's explanation of the militaij 
men's dress code. 



Eastern's ROTC 
Goes Coeducationa 



Eastern was selected as one of ten Universities 
which this year began offering Army Reserve Offi- 
cer Training Corps programs to women. The pro- 
gram was started as a five-year pilot project that, 
for the first time, permitted women to be commis- 
sioned as second lieutenants through Army ROTC 
participation. EKU was also one of two schools to 
provide military police branch training. 

Twenty-three women cadets were enrolled during 
fall registration. They were reguired to complete 
most of the same basic courses as men students 
including training in basic military subjects, military 
history, and leadership technigues. 

Women participated only in the four-year ROTC 
program. They were eligible to compete for all 
types of scholarships on the same schedule as the 
male students. A modified summer camp has been 
planned to begin in the summer of 1975. 




144 ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 




Sonia Hale and Rita Fredericks, two of the twenty-three women enrolled in the 
ROTC program, take notes from Captain Donald J. Catron's lecture on military his- 
tory. Below: Connie Lewis adjusts her hat for inspection as she and fellow ROTC 
cadets head for a leadership lab. 




ACADEMICS/CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 145 



Arts and Technology Continues New Facilities 



The College of Applied Arts and Technology 
improved and expanded the scope of several 
departments under the direction of Dr. William 
Sexton, dean of the college. 

In the Department of Agriculture, there were 
few changes, but completion of a third green- 
house for ornamental horticulture brought new 
prospects for horticulture majors. 

Industrial education and industrial technology 
expanded and moved into the first and second 
level of the Ault Building. The conversion project 
added two woodworking laboratories, a finishing 
room, laboratories for power mechanics and fluid 
power, and additional office space. 



The Home Economics Department improved 
specialized laboratories in the Burrier Building. 
Included additions were fume hoods, an emer- 
gency shower, and other safety features. 

Plans were underway for construction of a 
building to house programs in the Department of 
Nursing and to provide expanded student health 
services. 

Groundbreaking for the Law Enforcement and 
Traffic Safety Complex was completed in the Falli 
of 1972. Governor Wendell Ford and other state 
and local officials participated in the exercises. 
Construction began during the spring semester, 
1973 with scheduled completion during 1975. 




Dean William Sexton listens to proposed changes in the plans for 
curriculum development in his college. 



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Programs Expanded, 
Ault Renovated 



Several courses were added to the Industrial 
Technology curriculum. A variety of special prob- 
lems courses, a military science option, and a 
new course in integrated circuits on the graduate 
level were among those courses ottered. The 
graduate program has steadily increased since 
its establishment two years ago. 

Dr. Kenneth S. Hansson, head of the Industrial 
Technology Department, attended several confer- 
ences including the National Association of 
Industrial Technology in Memphis and the Ameri- 
can Technology Society in Atlanta. With the ren- 
ovation of the Ault Building complete, the depart- 
ment moved its power mechanics and wood and 
wood technology labs into the new facilities. 

The newly renovated Ault Building was also 
used by the Industrial Education Department. The 
chairman of the department, Dr. Clyde O. Craft, 
attended the Kentucky Industrial Education Asso- 
ciation conference which was held in Louisville. 
Dr. Jack Luy and Mr. Dale Patrick contributed a 
shop math text and electronic text books. The 
annual Student Craftsman's Fair was held in the 
spring, featuring student work. 



Top: Dr. Clyde O. Craft, industrial education chairman, takes time 
to reply to correspondence prior to a class lecture. Above: Rick 
Spencer operates the offset duplicator in Industrial Tech. 



ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 147 



Dream Comes True at 
Groundbreaking 

This fall groundbreaking ceremonies were held 
for a multi-million dollar Law Enforcemenf-Traffic 
Safety Center. This dream was finally realized 
after three years of planning. The proposed com- 
pletion date has been set in 1975. 

The School of Law Enforcement was begun in 
1966 with a class of 47 students. The School has 
increased to some 2,346 majors and minors. A 
major in criminalistics has been in the planning 
stages along with a Kiwanis-Law Enforcement 
workshop on campus disorder. Five full-time fac- 
ulty members were added to the staff. 

The Traffic Safety Institute under the direction 
of Leslie H. Leach has added several new pro- 
grams including driver education teacher prepa- 
ration program, breathalyzer program, and driver 
license examination program. Mr. Leach was 
appointed by Governor Ford as vice chairman of 
the Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee. 



SITE OF 
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LAW ENFORCEMENT 
TRAFFICSAFETY CENTER 

MASON ^HANGER-S/LASMASON CO INC 
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS 




The Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center will include a water 
safety training lake, a driving range, and the main building. 




Mr. Robert W. Posey lectures to a coed Law Enforcement class. 
He is the Dean of the School of Law Enforcement. 



148 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 




Dr. Jerry Miller and Mr. Leslie H. Leach demonstrate a reaction timer which measures drivers' reflexes. 





rhe seal of the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council, a state 
jgency associated with the campus. 



Mr. Robert Stone, director of the Kentucky Law Enforcement 
Council, works to maintain training levels for policemen. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 149 





Automatic milking machines are used in the Stateland Dairy Center. Stu- 
dents work on the University Farm to gain career experience. 



Dr. William A. Householder, chairman ot the Agriculture 
Department, inspects the new greenhouse. 




Harvesting hay continues even in the early morning fog 



150 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 




3am Spaulding helps in the fall harvest by stripping tobacco. 




Ag Department 
Adds Greenhouse 



The Department ot Agriculture involved stu- 
dents, faculty, and other area residents with new 
activities and additional facilities. The greenhouse 
was opened to add to the facilities available to 
horticulture students. A tractor pulling contest, 
which was nationally sanctioned, was held at the 
Madison County Fairgrounds. 

The first annual meeting of the Kentucky Turf- 
grass Council was held on campus. Dr. Dwight 
G. Barkley was elected executive secretary of the 
Council. The Council was organized for turfgrass 
research and promotion and to bring Kentucky 
recognition as a leading state in the turfgrass 
industry. 




-arm machinery such as tractors must be checked and repaired 
or occasional detects. 



Dr. Glenn Hayes tests a diesel engine. 



ACADEMICS/ APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 151 



Nursing Enrollment 
Continues Upswing 



The Department of Nursing continued to aid in 
the alleviation of nurse shortages through the 
Pikeville Cooperative Nursing Project. This pro- 
ject was instituted to help economically deprived 
students. The forty-two students alternated one 
semester of work and one semester of study. 
This project was funded by HEW in cooperation 
with the Pikeville Model Cities agency. 

There was a 35 percent increase in enrollment. 
The Nurse Capitation Grant and the Allied Health 
Grant for Medical Records were among several 
grants awarded to the Nursing Department. The 
staff and students of the department attended 
several conventions including the Kentucky 
Association of Nursing Students Convention and 
the Southern Regional Education Board. 





Donna Hehl and Faye Pace, junior Nursing students, work in the 
intensive care unit at Pattie A. Clay Hospital. 




As part of medical assistants program, students practice applying 
pressure bandages to stop serious bleeding. 



Joyce Ramsey learns to set up a filing system in the Medical 
Records Science Laboratory. 



152 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 




A part of nurse's training is learning the technique ot taking blood pressure. 



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William Geier adjusts the temperature of an incubator. 



Mrs. Charlotte Denny, chairman of the Department of Nursing, 
stresses the importance of cleanliness in a hospital. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 153 





Demonstration of an oven is a prerequisite to cooking in basic Pam Caldwell tests the abrasion resistance of cloth with the use 

food preparation courses. of the Taber Abraser. 



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Home economics majors learn through practical experience in child development. 



154 ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 




Dr. Roberta B. Hill and Sheila Wathen discuss proposed curricu- 
lum changes in the Home Economics Department. 



Home Ec Lab Adds 
Safety Features 

Dr. Roberta B. Hill, chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Home Economics, presented the Burrier 
Award and the Weaver Award to outstanding 
Home Economics students. Class enrollment in 
the department increased 20 percent over last 
year, and along with the enrollment boom safety 
features were added in the research laboratory. 

Several meetings and conventions were 
attended by the faculty including the State and 
National Diabetic Association, the State Interior 
Design Association, and the National Conference 
for Textile Teachers. A workshop was held by the 
Kentucky Nutrition Council. Professional Dietetic 
organizations attended the "Nutrition in Action" 
workshop on campus. 





Cathy Marsh uses a testing device in the textiles laboratory. Right: Children's reac- 
tions are important to child care majors. 



ACADEMICS/APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 155 



Art and Sciences Gain Programs, Grants 



Under the leadership of Dean Frederic D. 
Ogden, three new master's degree programs 
were initiated in the College of Arts and Sci- 
ences. These programs were an M.A. in sociol- 
ogy, an M.A. in Education with an emphasis in 
general science and an M.M. with specialization 
in performance in music. A new Bachelor of Arts 
degree was established in chemistry. In conjunc- 
tion with other colleges, Arts and Sciences estab- 
lished several new courses in the area of adult 
education. 

The college has approved two new Bachelor of 
Science programs which will be offered for the 
first time in 1973-74. These programs, under the 
jurisdiction of the Department of Biological Sci- 
ences, are in environmental resources and 
microbiology. 

All departments have emphasized the improve- 
ment of their programs and course offerings. 
Many existing courses have been revised with 
additional courses added in most areas. Contin- 
ued attention has been given to the improvement 
of the facilities and equipment. 

Under the auspices of the National Science 
Foundation, the College Science Improvement 
Program (COSIP) assisted the biology, chemistry, 
geology, and physics departments in the 
improvement of instruction in these areas. 

Continued growth occurred in the graduate 
programs. The programs in biology, English, 
geology, history, music, public administration, 
and psychology had an especially strong 
response. In public administration faculty mem- 
bers conducted classes in Frankfort to enable 
state employees to participate in this program. 




Dean Frederic D. Ogden explains the requirements to be fulfilled 
by an undergraduate student. 



156 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 




.es Rice attempts to keep a chemical solution at a constant 
emperature while running an experiment. 



Chemistry Department 
Installs Equipment 



Financed by a grant from the COSIP (College 
Science Improvement Program), a complete ren- 
ovation of the freshman laboratory welcomed first 
semester chemistry students to Eastern this year. 

Dr. Harry M. Smiley, departmental chairman, 
reported a significant increase in the Chemistry 
101 enrollment, as well as steady growth in the 
graduate program. 

Eastern's Department of Chemistry also 
installed a nuclear magnetic resonance spec- 
trometer in its laboratories, for use in projects in 
organic chemistry. The Dow Chemical Company, 
in turn, donated a used computer to complement 
this spectrometer. 




Dr. Tom Badgett, assistant professor of chemistry, demonstrates 
he technique used in forming glass tubings. 



ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 157 




Above: Dr. Raymond B. Otero dissects an experimentally infected 
mouse. Right: Jim Ross examines the tubes for culture growth in 
the walk-in incubator. 




Biology Department Emphasizes Ecology! 



The Department ot Biological Sciences, 
headed by Dr. Edwin A. Hess, broadened 
research opportunities to students. The increased 
availability of research projects in both under- 
graduate and graduate areas allowed study of 
advanced techniques in the areas of ecology, 
fisheries, genetics, microbiology, and wildlife. 

To correlate with the more advanced studies, 
new equipment such as the liquid scintillator 
counter, freeze dryer, electron microscope, and 



a gas chromatograph were obtained. 

Financial aid was received from the National! 
Science Foundation and a COSIP grant for cur-: 
ricula improvement. Faculty and students! 
attended conventions and workshops in Ohio, 119 
nois, North Carolina, Florida, Alabama, and Ken-I 
tucky for new techniques in electrophretic charm- 1 
ber studies, parasitology, curriculum study, and 
phycology. 



158 ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Psychology Acquires Research Facilities 



Under the leadership of Dr. James A. Lee, 
chairman of the psychology department, there 
had been continued growth in departmental cur- 
ricula and facilities. New graduate courses were 
proposed in Cognitive Processes and Experimen- 
tal Personality while a new two-semester experi- 
mental sequence has been implemented for 



majors and minors. 

Current facilities were expanded by the acqui- 
sition of new lab space in the Memorial Science 
Building and the Alumni Coliseum. Research 
equipment was also increased with the addition 
of an operant conditioning and brain-behavior 
apparatus. 





Left: Psychology students participate in an experiment in depth 
perception. Above: Laboratory practices involving test animals 
trace behavior patterns. Below: Testing eye dominance is 
included in psychology's new laboratory facilities. 





Mathematicians 
Publish Articles 



Two new mathematics courses were proposed 
for general education credit, titled Finite Mathe- 
matics and Computers in the Modern World. The 
calculating machines laboratory received four 
electronic calculators to add to the others 
already in use. 

Dr. Bennie R. Lane, chairman of the mathe- 
matics department, attended the annual Ameri- 
can Mathematical Society — Mathematical Asso- 
ciation of America meeting in Dallas, Texas, in 
late January. He was accompanied by Dr. E. C. 
Curtis and Dr. Amy P. King. Dr. Marijo O. LeVan 
published several articles in mathematical jour- 
nals and Dr. Lane had the third of a collection of 
programmed guides published. 



Above: Dr. Francesco G. Scorsone poses beside one of the expe- 
rimental guided air-cushioned vehicles which is part of his 
research. Right: Math blackboards seem to be a maze of sym- 
bols. 




160 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Geology, Geography Receive New Equipment 



Dr. Donald C. Haney, chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Geology has continued to coordinate 
departmental expansion. With a grant provided 
by the National Science Foundation for the Col- 
lege Science Improvement Program facilities 
were expanded by the purchase of new equip- 
ment. This equipment included a new research 
microscope, Differential Thermal Analyzer and a 
Luminoscope for classroom and research use. 

During spring break a group of ten students, 
led by Dr. Haney, visited the Grand Canyon and 
Mexico, two areas rich in geological formations. 

The department also sponsored a guest 
speaker, Dr. Cornelius S. Hurlbut. This outstand- 
ing scientist from Boston College spent a week 



on Eastern's campus holding seminars and giv- 
ing lectures for those interested in Geology. 

The geography department, under the chair- 
manship of Dr. Joseph R. Schwendeman has 
shown progress by strengthening its undergradu- 
ate planning program. This program includes 
comprehensive study in urban, state, regional 
and environmental planning. 

The department was able to expand its facili- 
ties with aquisition of additional meterological 
equipment for classroom and research use. 

With funds provided by the Office of Economic 
Opportunity, the geography department was able 
to continue participation in a four county project. 





Left: Larry Ackers, Barry Burkett, and Steve Burns examine 
a topographic map. Above: Dr. Donald Haney discusses 
acquisition of new equipment. 



ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 161 



Theatre Opens; 
English Adds Course 

The Speech and Drama Department, under the 
direction of Dr. Richard L. Benson, was 
expanded to include courses in stage mechanics 
and stage lighting. In 1972, the Pearl Buchanan 
Theatre was renovated along with the rest of the 
Keen Johnson Building. The theater, now com- 
pleted, opened with Ray Bradbury's play "Dan- 
delion Wine." 

The English Department during the 72-73 
academic year presented a new course, "Topics 
in English," that consisted of topics such as 
women in literature, and black literature. 

The faculty members of the department had an 
active year with most occupied producing and 
publishing various papers and articles in journals. 
Dr. Kelly Thurman, chairman of the English 
Department, accompanied Mr. Charles M. Latta 
to the SAMLA Convention. 




Dr. Ordelle Hill, English professor, contemplates the lesson planj 
for his afternoon composition class. 




Dr. Theodore N Smith, professor of Speech and Drama, relaxes 
amid his morning coffee and the first deluge of mail. 




Art Department 
Rewards Students 



Mr. Dan N. Shindelbower, chairman of the Art 
Department, enhanced the Bachelor of Fine Arts 
Degree program by recognizing graduating sen- 
iors with fine art awards. The awards were given 
to outstanding seniors in the areas of: art educa- 
tion, art history, painting, sculpture, and an over- 
all award to the outstanding art student. 

The art gallery, directed by Mr. Ron Isaacs 
brought in a variety of art shows for the use and 
study of "real art." The exhibitions included sub- 
jects on painting, functional ceramics, graphic 
art, and printmaking. 



Students use creative imaginations to develop their artistic ideas 
in sculpturing and painting. 




ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 163 



Physics Department 
Receives Grants 



Dr. Ted George, chairman of the physics 
department, helped the department to another 
COSIP (College Science Improvement Program) 
grant. This grant was used to develop the com- 
puterized lab and to expand nuclear lab 
research. 

The National Science Foundation awarded a 
$3,800 grant for the purchase of scientific equip- 
ment to improve undergraduate instruction. This 
grant helped to improve the quality of undergrad- 
uate science instruction by updating curricula 
and laboratories. The nuclear lab received new 
facilities which included a multichannel analyzer 
with solid state detectors which were cooled by a 
process using liquid nitrogen. These new facili- 
ties provided the department with specific equip- 
ment to improve previous courses and to allow 
for new undergraduate courses. 




A flask reflects the interior of a nuclear physics laboratory. 




Richard Williams, a physics graduate student, discusses stereo 
sound systems during a seminar. 



164 ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Above: Dr. Richard T. De George, professor of philosophy at the 
University of Kansas, speaks on "Authority, Morality, and Free- 
dom" and "The New Marxists," Below: Mr Charles F, Emmons, 
assistant professor of anthropology and sociology, discusses the 
cultural minorities of Chicago. 



Departments 
Bring Lecturers 



Dr. Richard F. Armstrong, chairman of the 
Department of Anthropology and Sociology, 
developed the curricula by adding two new 
courses to provide a greater understanding of 
the social world. The social work program 
expanded extensively to allow for six social work 
traineeships. 

An Associate Professor of Sociology, Dr. 
Amiya K. Mohanty, lectured at Rust College, 
Holly Springs, Mississippi, on "Social Values in 
an Age of Technology." 

Sociology and social work field studies were 
opened to the majors for experience in further 
studies. Anthropology also expanded to provide 
for an enrollment increase. 

The Department of Philosophy, under the lead- 
ership of Dr. R. Baine Harris, sponsored East- 
ern's first International Philosophy Conference 
held May 17-19. A grant from the Franklin 
Machette Foundation of New York provided 
funds for a series of philosophy lectures through- 
out the year. 

Expansion in the World Religions and Bible 
areas included an additional set of maps to 
enhance the curriculum. Dr. George Nordgulen, 
professor of religion and campus chaplain, pub- 
lished a paper in The New Scholasticism Journal. 




ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 165 



Campbell Building to House Fine Arts 



Expansion in all areas of the music department 
was experienced under the guidance of Dr. 
George E. Muns, chairman of the department. 

The music department was made known to 
concert-goers throughout the region for the pub- 
lic performances presented by faculty, students 
and visiting artists. 

Upon completion of the Jane Campbell Build- 
ing the music department will have greatly 
expanded facilities. This new structure will con- 
tain 22 practice rooms and several performance 
areas. 

To keep pace with growth in both enrollment 
and facilities, curriculum was also enlarged. In 
the planning stage is a new option to offer a 
Bachelor's Degree in Music with emphasis on 
history and literature. Ideas for new course offer- 
ings in choral conducting and marching band 
methods were also introduced. 

For graduate students, the department added 




the Master of Music, specialization in perform- 
ance program. This and other graduate programs 
provided a core of courses designed to equip the 
professionals with an adeptness in their field. 

Dr. Charles L. Nelson, chairman of the depart- 
ment of Foreign Languages, was elected presi- 
dent of the Mountain Interstate Foreign Lan- 
guage Conference. The conference was held at 
Furman University where Dr. Alan Bettler, Dr. U. 
D. Boyd, Dr. Maria Scorsone, and Dr. John Wil- 
liams presented papers based on their respective 
languages. 

"Germanic Notes," a literary publication, pub- 
lished an article entitled "Friedrich Durrenmatt 
und sein Drama Play Strindberg" written by Dr. 
Ursel Boyd. "Germanic Notes" was an interna- 
tional journal on German literature. 

Curriculum change within the department con- 
sisted of the addition of a course entitled Intro- 
duction to Spanish-American Literature. 



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The music, foreign language, drama and art departments wilt 
have new facilities in the Jane F. Campbell Building. 



Dr. John D. Williams discusses a grammar point in his intermedi- 
ate French class. 



166 ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 





Dr. Nancy K. Forderhase hands out a study guide on the major 
confrontations during the Spanish-American War. 



Dr. Tae-Hwan Kwak discusses the levels ot national interest dur- 
ing a class on international politics. 



History, Political Science Professors Publish Books 



With leadership provided by Dr. J. M. Moore 
the political science department has continued to 
increase its enrollment, recording in two years a 
40 percent jump. 

Dr. Moore also contributed to the book, 
"Dilemmas of Political Participation: Issues for 
Thought and Simulations for Action," published 
by Prentice-Hall. Simulations designed by Dr. 
Moore and a fellow contributor were tested in 
their classrooms and then included in the new 
book. 

Four students went to New York City to partici- 
pate in a mock United Nations meeting. The stu- 
dents from Eastern took part in this meeting as 



the delegation from Thailand. 

Headed by Dr. G. W. Robinson, the Depart- 
ment of History had an enrollment of about 200 
students. Curriculum changes included the aban- 
donment of a required minor with a history major 
and the Social Science Area program. 

A book by Dr. Lloyd J. Graybar, associate pro- 
fessor of history, was accepted for publication by 
the University Press of Kentucky. Other faculty 
members attended the Southern Historical Asso- 
ciation, American Historical Association, and the 
Organization of American Historians conferences. 
The Kerney Adams History Award and awards to 
outstanding seniors were announced in March. 



ACADEMICS/ARTS AND SCIENCES 167 



College of Business Adds Banking Degree 



Efforts to prepare students for careers in a 
wider variety of business areas were extended by 
the College of Business through the implementa- 
tion of a two-year Associate of Arts degree pro- 
gram in banking. This program, inaugurated dur- 
ing the spring semester, joined academic areas 
such as accounting, economics, electronic data 
processing, finance, management, marketing, 
secretarial science, and general business. Dr. 



Joseph Young, dean of the College, also chaired 
the Department of Business Administration. 

The Department of Accounting, chaired by Mr. 
Claude K. Smith, provided a professional pro- 
gram designed to prepare students for work in 
business or leading to the CPA certification and 
an industrial accounting program for careers in 
government and industry. 



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Dean Joseph Young delivers a lecture in his Risk and Insurance class. 



168 ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 





Above: Accounting students work at individual 
tables during a problem-solving session. Left: A 
stack ot data processing tapes, which have 
replaced paper for the storage of business data, 
await use. 



ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 169 



Faculty Members 
Attend Business Meets 



The Department of Business Education and 
Office Administration, headed by Dr. Alfred L. 
Patrick, offered courses toward secondary level 
teaching certification and prepared students for 
managerial professions. The faculty attended the 
Southern Business Education Association and 
National Business Association conferences to 
learn current trends in business education. 

The executive secretarial program, leading to 
an Associate of Arts degree, reported a signifi- 
cant increase in enrollment for the fall semester. 






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Above: An advanced typing student carefully reads material typed 
for her final examination. Right: A row of typing students work in 
an office administration course. 



170 ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 





Ted Williams and Mike Roe work on their assignments in 
an office machine class. 




Dr. Donald Shadoan, chairman of the Department of Economics, 
conducts a semester-end seminar session with a group of busi- 
ness graduate students. 



ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 171 



New Faculty, 
Computer Boost Business 



The College of Business added six new faculty 
members to help meet the annual increase in the 
number of business majors. The new instructors 
primarily strengthened the program in business law 
and the new banking curricula. 

A new computer system was installed in the Uni- 
versity's data processing center in March, and bus- 
iness majors benefited from exposure to the 
expanded capabilities of the new system. 



Right: Mr. James Westenhoefer hears out a question in a course 
session on legal procedures in corporate business. Below: Miss 
Rebecca Broaddus, a new instructor of business, discusses legal 
contract agreement theory with Cecil Abney after class. 




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Opposite: Senior data processing major Rick Allen punches cor- 
rections to a program. 



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ACADEMICS/BUSINESS 173 



College of Education Adds Summer Workshops 



Three adult education courses and a graduate 
course in social studies education were added to 
the curricula of the College of Education. Dr. 
Dixon A. Barr, dean of the college, instituted new 
summer workshops in Career Education, Open 
Education, Environmental Art, and Math Educa- 
tion. A graduate curriculum with emphasis in 
early childhood education was adopted. 

New equipment was received for the second- 
ary reading program and the Science Education 
Center was opened in the Memorial Science 
Building. This center provided classrooms and 
office space for the instruction of teaching 



methods in science for elementary education! 
majors. 

A two-day conference on modern methods foi 
teaching social studies was held in April. The 
conference was funded by a grant which was 
received by the college. A national consultant 
attended and participated in the conference. 

The faculty participated in conferences relatec 
to student teaching, secondary education, anc 
curriculum development. Recognized experts in 
reading and early childhood education, and pub- 
lic school personnel were brought to campus for 
lectures to secondary student teachers. 



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Dr. Dixon A. Barr, dean of the College of Education, is chairman 
of the new Kentucky Council on Teacher Education and Certifica- 
tion. The Council recommends policies and standards of prepar- 
ing and certifying teachers. 



174 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 




Mrs. Shirley P. Deane, assistant professor ot Library Science, 
introduces historical biography to her "Kiddie Lit" classes. 



Library Science Adds 
Sparetime Classes 



The Department of Library Science, guided by 
Chairman Juanita Phillips, continued to develop 
and augment its existing curriculum. In preparing 
school librarians and a foundation for graduate 
study in librarianship, the department offered 
courses ranging from children's literature, refer- 
ence and cataloguing, to instructional media, and 
non-book materials. With sweeping changes in 
education, special emphasis was given to the 
various audiovisual media courses, as evidenced 
by the number of certified teachers enrolled in 
these night classes. A special sparetime class, 
"Storytelling and Children's Literature," was 
offered by the department as a service to the 
community to meet the special interests of Rich- 
mond adults. 

This year a club for Library Science majors 
and minors, Lambda Sigma Omicron, was 
formed on campus. 




Judy Gooch and a fellow classmate utilize the Learning Resource 
Center's card catalogue to find books for their unit. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 175 





Madge Cunningham and Dr. Donald B. Mills listen to a panel dis- 
cussion on the family in an EDF 317 class. 



Sarah Kelley prepares a paper on the political science curriculur 
in a high school. 




Dr. Joseph M. Howard, professor of elementary education, dem 
onstrates methods of teaching geography. 



176 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 



Teachers Are Prepared in Numerous Areas 



With a slight increase in enrollment, Dr. Henry 
G. Martin's Department ot Educational Adminis- 
tration added a cassette tape recorder and a 
rotofile to update its present equipment. The 
department initiated EAD 640 — The Superinten- 
dency — for the tall semester, in addition to 
course work for the graduate student as an ele- 
mentary and secondary principal, or a school 
business administrator. 




The Department of Educational Foundations 
provided instruction in professional subjects 
which were basic to teacher education, regard- 
less of teaching specialty or level of school prac- 
tice. Dr. William A. McKenney, chairman of the 
department, directed a summer workshop entitled 
the "Philosophy of Education," which examined 
contrasting conceptions of education; as well as 
the meaning of education in relation to the indi- 
vidual. Also offered as summer workshops were 
"Techniques of Studying Children" and "Critical 
Thinking" which included case studies, con- 
trolled observations, self reports, and standard- 
ized testing. 

Dr. Robert Hayes, head of the Department of 
Educational Psychology and Guidance, reported 
two major curriculum additions — courses in 
vocational development and adjustment, and sta- 
tistical methods. Headquarters for the department 
were expanded to include a new reception area, 
offices, and individual counseling rooms. The 
department offered graduate programs of spe- 
cialization for students who plan to become 
school counselors, non-school counselors, and 
student personnel workers in higher education. 

Elementary education, one of the largest 
departments on campus offered both methods 
and fundamentals courses to prepare the majors 
for their student teaching experiences. According 
to Dr. William A. Morris, some noteworthy events 
of the department occurred during the summer 
session. Seven workshops were held on campus 
and the topics included: teaching in the non- 
graded school, linguistics in elementary educa- 
tion, teaching the rural disadvantaged child, art 
workshop for elementary teachers, improvement 
of language arts and instruction, the reading 
institute, and a workshop for nursery and kinder- 
garten teachers. 

Secondary and higher education majors 
directed by chairman, Dr. Joe Wise, were offered 
courses in all areas of majors. Students were 
required to teach at an approved school for their 
graduation requirements. 



Elementary education majors learn ideas for unique bulletin board 
and door decorations. 



EDUCATION/ACADEMICS 177 



Crusade Funds 
Provide Grants 



For many years public schools concerned 
themselves only with those students who had the 
ability to cope with many general programs. Stu- 
dents in need of special education were socially 
passed each year to eventually become sources 
of embarrassment for the schools, or tolerated 
into boredom as a result of a curriculum or 
teacher that could not challenge their potential 
genius. 

This changed for Eastern with the opening of 
new facilities in the Wallace Building for the 
Department of Special Education. The latest 
equipment was installed for the students' use 
including two soundproof suites for audiometric 
testing, several multi-purpose rooms for experi- 
mental classes, faculty offices, and other related 
facilities. A self-contained classroom for severely 
retarded children was constructed just like a 
public school classroom. The children who 
attended classes here were not accepted in the 
area public schools. 

The department received an $18,000 WHAS 
Crusade for Children Grant which financed grad- 
uate scholarships. 




A loose tooth intrigues this Headstart student; 




Dr. Wietse de Hoop, chairman of the Department of Special Education, ponders the contin- 
ued increase in enrollment. 



178 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 







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Frank Waterhouse grins as he tries to outwit his teacher by sitting 
in "David's" chair. 



Mrs. Miller, special education instructor, teaches two Headstart 
children to share. 



ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 179 



HPERA Expands Programs, Facilitie 



The School of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation, and Athletics included the depart- 
ments of School and Public Health, Recreation 
and Park Administration, Physical Education for 
Women, and Physical Education for Men. The 
school enjoyed an eventful year with improve- 
ment and expansion in many respects including 
faculty, programs, and facilities. 

The Thomas E. McDonough Intramural fields 
were dedicated enhancing the growth and devel- 



opment of intramurals. A small fieldhouse, th 
Presnell Building, included dressing rooms fc 
football practice, a training room, and servic 
facilities for the intramural fields. The track infiel 
was scheduled for completion prior to the fall 
1973. 

The KAPHER convention was held on campu 
in early December. A variety of clinics, work 
shops, films, lectures, and exhibits were pres 
ented to those attending the annual convention. 




Dr. Ned L. Warren is dean of the School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics. 



180 ACADEMICS/EDUCATION 




A student's oxygen intake is measured while he is cycling. Below: 
Dave Conrad illustrates the use of a proportion wheel in design- 
ing a park. 



Programs, Facilities 
Enhance Departments 



The Department of Recreation and Park 
Administration enhanced its capabilities with the 
addition of the Arlington outdoor education-rec- 
reation facility which added to the outdoor edu- 
cation and camping programs. Independent 
study and numerous workshops enhanced the 
curriculum. Dr. James C. McChesney, chairman 
of the department, attended the Southern District 
Recreation-Park Conference in Mobile, Alabama, 
and the National Recreation and Park Congress 
in Houston, Texas. 

Recent developments in teacher preparation 
within the Department of Physical Education for 
Men included an endorsement program in both 
elementary physical education and athletic 
coaching. Another program instituted this fall 
was athletic trainer certification. 

The department through its men's intramural 
program supervised and directed both sports and 
recreational activities for Eastern students. In 
addition to the intramural program, both male 
and female students enjoyed the men's facilities 
for recreational play. 




Department Receives Grant for Sanitatior 



Under the chairmanship of Dr. Herman Bush, 
the Department of School and Public Health con- 
tinued to assist in preparing persons for positions 
in the rapidly expanding health professions. 
Greatest student growth was noted in the public 
health programs with emphasis in community 
health education or environmental sanitation. 

The department received an Allied Health Pro- 
fessions Special Improvement Grant of $41 ,380 
for a five year period to examine and improve the 
Environmental Sanitation Program. Consultants 
were brought to campus from Indiana University 



and the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta 
The faculty has been studying the community 
health education program with a view to giving 
students more options in interdepartmental 
courses that would be supportive of departmenl 
offerings. 

Faculty members who have a major interest in 
school health were active in constructing a K-6 
Health Curriculum Guide for the Commonwealth 
of Kentucky. The scheduled date for introduction 
into the public schools was set for the fall of 
1973. 




Dr. Herman S. Bush, chairman of the department, checks the 
outcome of a series of tests on students' postures. 



182 ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 




Weaver Building 
Is Renovated 



Among the changes in the curricula of the 
Department of Physical Education for Women 
were the addition of an elementary physical edu- 
cation minor for elementary education majors, 
elementary physical education endorsement for 
P.E. majors, coaching certification for women, 
and a course entitled History of Dance. Renova- 
tion of the south wing of the Weaver Building 
was completed under the guidance of Dr. Ann 
Uhlir, department chairman. A new training room, 
locker room, and fitness room were included in 
the renovation. 

An aquatic program, "Fun-o-rama," was insti- 
tuted for the mentally retarded children of Madi- 
son County. The children had the use of the 
swimming pool on Saturdays. 




Top: Dr. Ann Uhlir receives a congratulatory telegram after win by the Women's Intercollegiate Volleyball team. Above: A women's arch- 
ery class awaits the all-clear signal before shooting. 



ACADEMICS/COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 183 





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Dr Elmo Moretz, Dean of the Graduate School, is responsible for coordinating graduate, 
programs for 1,586 students. 



Grad Enrollment Ranks Third in Kentucky! 



The Graduate School, under the direction of 
Dean Elmo E. Moretz, enrolled 1,586 students 
during tall registration. In so doing, Eastern's 
Graduate School became the third largest in 
Kentucky in terms of student enrollment, an 
achievement in the making since 1966, when the 
first non-education graduate degrees were 
offered. 

New degree programs initiated during the aca- 
demic year were the Master of Music and the 
Master of Arts in sociology. The criminal justice 
program continued to receive national recogni- 
tion through the award of Education Professions 



Development Act graduate fellowships. Programs! 
in clinical and school psychology and in public; 
administration continued to receive attentioni 
because of the significant opportunities open to' 
graduates in these fields. 

The University, in its search for balance and 
diversity in graduate programs, offered increased 
areas of specialization for master's degree candi- 
dates, more viable sixth year certification pro- 
grams, and opportunities for advanced graduate 
study in a variety of fields leading to the special- 
ist degree. 



184 ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 




Robert Blythe, a graduate student in foreign languages, explains a question on a French 
quiz. Below: Biology graduate student, George Moore, operates the phase microscope 
while preparing to photograph Trichinella spiralis in tissues. 




ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 185 



Graduate Students 
Teach Classes 




Above: Carol Johnson, graduate student in economics, dis- 
mounts a magnetic tape from the tape drive in the com- 
puter room Right: George Pierce explains a problem on 
credits and debits in an accounting class he teaches. 




186 ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 




Mrs Rose Warren receives her Specialist in Education degree from President Martin during summer commencement 
exercises in the amphitheatre. 



ACADEMICS/GRADUATE SCHOOL 187 



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Hall of Fame Entry 
s Mary Beth Hannah 



The 1973 entry to the Hall ot Fame is Miss 
Mary Beth Hannah. Nominated by the College of 
Arts and Sciences, she has maintained a 3.93 
academic standing with a double major of Latin 
and English. 

Eastern's 12th Hall of Famer is a member of 
Sigma Tau Delta and Phi Kappa Phi. Chosen by 
the American Classical League to organize a 
chapter of the national organization at Eastern, 
she has served the club as president in its two 
years of existence on campus. 

The Hall of Fame award each year honors a 
student who has accomplished the highest 
degree of scholarship, leadership, and service to 
the University. 

Nominations were received from the deans of 
the academic colleges, Student Association, Col- 
legiate Pentacle and Omicron Alpha Kappa. The 
final selection was made by a secret committee 
appointed by President Martin. 




HONORS/HALL OF FAME 191 



Honor Roll Names 
Outstanding Seniors 

The 1973 Honor Rollees obtained an average 
grade point standing of 3.83. This year's list was 
headed by Mary Beth Hannah, a Latin and Eng- 
lish major, with a 3.93 GPA. Kerry Courtney, a 
marketing major, had a 3.86 and Kelley Stanfield, 
a physical education major, had a 3.81. Mark 
Williams is an industrial education major with a 
3.72 GPA. 

The Honor Rollees have held major oftices in 
campus organizations and were active in extra- 
curricular activities. 

The Honor Roll recognizes students both for 
their academic accomplishments and extra-cur- 
ricular activities. Nominations were received from 
each of the four academic college deans on the 
basis of the students' grade standing and leader- 
ship ability. 




VIRGINIA STANFIELD, College of Education 




KERRY COURTNEY, College of Business 



192 HONORS/HONOR ROLL 




MARY BETH HANNAH, College of Arts and Sciences 




MARK WILLIAMS, College of Applied Arts and Technology 



HONORS/HONOR ROLL 193 



Milestone Awards 
Senior Citations 

Seniors were recognized by the Milestone for 
their ability, leadership, and accomplishments in 
extra-curricular activities. Senior Citations were 
given in the areas of community service, student 
publications, student government, sports, military, 
music, speech and drama, broadcasting, and 
Greeks. 

Nominations were made by the organization 
sponsors and heads of the departments. A secret 
committee of faculty, administration, and stu- 
dents made the final choice. 




Drama: KATHY PARIS 




Student Publications: BETSY BELL, LINDA MITTEL, BETSY HILL, CONNIE BALL, 
BRENDA WHEELER, BOB BABBAGE, JIM KURK, and BILL SAWYER 



194 HONORS/SENIOR CITATIONS 




Community Service: PRISCILLA THOMPSON, EDWINA HATCHER, JUDY ALDERSON, LARRY FIELDS, MARSHALL 
GARRETT. 




Broadcasting: DANNY MASDEN 



HONORS/SENIOR CITATIONS 195 




Outstanding Greek Man and Woman: LARRY CLEVELAND and CARLA SWOPE 

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Athletics: MARSHA STERCHI, VIRGINIA STANFIELD, 
MARY LOU SCOTT, PATTY FLOYD, JIM MOORE, LARRY 
KAELIN and TOM REID. Not shown: CLAUDIA FISHER, 
JOHN DAVENPORT, RICHARD LOEWENSTINE, WALLY 
CHAMBERS, and GREG STEPHENSON. 



196 HONORS/SENIOR CITATIONS 





Music: MARY HELEN MOORHEAD 



Student Government: SHARON CREWS and CHUCK 
KELHOFFER. 




Military: DIETER CARLTON, JAMES L. FIELDS, REX FORTNER, and STEVEN GOLD. 



HONORS/SENIOR CITATIONS 197 



Thirty-Eight Named 
to Who's Who 



Thirty-eight students received recognition in 
the 1972-73 edition of Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges. Recognized for their 
outstanding ability in the areas of scholarship, 
leadership, and service, these students were 
nominated by the heads of their respective col- 
leges. Final nominations are then made by a fac- 
ulty committee and forwarded to the National 
Who's Who for final approval. 




MARY BETH HANNAH, Latin 




DAVID SIEREVELD, BARBARA BOUTON, ELIZABETH HILL, English 



198 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 




MARCIE MARLOW, Child Development 




JAMES MOORE, Accounting 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 199 




DANIEL MECKSTROTH, Economic* 




EDWINA HATCHER, Psychology 



200 HONORS WHO'S WHO 





LINDA HIMES, Medical Technology 



ROBERT SANDFORD, Art 




DIETER CARLTON, Broadcasting 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 201 





DONALD R. FILER, Law Enforcement 



LaSANDRA RIDLEY, Speech Pathology anc 

Audiolog^ 




PATRICIA HICKS, Englist 



202 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 





JOYCE BLAIR, Math 



CAROLYN NOE, School Health 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 203 





ELIZABETH WOOD, Physical Education 



STEVEN GOLD, Political Science 




MARK WILLIAMS, Industrial Education 



204 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 




KATHIE ROGERS, French 





LARRY CLEVELAND, Political Science 



MARTHA J. McKENZIE, Chemistry 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 205 



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JAMES LARRY FIELDS, Law Enforcement 




VIRGINIA STANFIELD, Physical Educatioi 



206 HONORS/WHO'S WHO 





iLIZABETH WILKINS, Elementary Education 



WANDA SUE STILES, Elementary Education 




3ETTY JANE ELKIN, DAVID JONES, and SUSAN ENGLER, History 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 207 




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BRENDA BROADDUS. Home Economics Education 



JANNA VICE, Business Educatio 




RODGER CLAY MORRIS, Law Enforcemen 



208 HONORS WHO'S WHO 




CLAUDIA TAYLOR, Recreation 




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MARY HELEN MOORHEAD, Music Education 






DAVID WHITE, English 



HONORS/WHO'S WHO 209 




KAPPA IOTA EPSILON. FRONT ROW: Steve Seithers, Gary 
Buchanan, Joe West, secretary-treasurer; Greg Meier, Dave 
Freer, Ken Slone, and Danny Stratton, student senate representa- 
tive. BACK ROW: Clifford Parsons, sponsor; David Stratton, vice 



president; John Bonnett, Larry Williams, David Cecil, Daniel Gash, 
Larry Clark, Doug Zechner, Thomas Thompson, David Zimmer- 
man, and Mark Mann, president. 




COLLEGIATE PENTACLE. FRONT ROW: Patti Hicks, Pam Cald- 
well, Marsha Sterchi, Vicki McDonald, Patty Floyd, Barbara Red- 
mon, Christine Hoagland, Kathy Brothers, Marcie Marlow, Roxie 
Stratton, Connie Bauhan, Deborah Abbott, Yvonne Allen, and 
Norma Clemmons. SECOND ROW: Judy Bennett, Darla Donley, 
historian; Kelley Stanfield, corresponding secretary; Vikki Hall, 



Pauline McConathy, Denise Manning, and Vicki Jones. BACK 
ROW: Lynn Sensel, Deborah Olds, Margaret Kurapkat, Janet 
Burks, Mary Huber, Gloria Van Bever, Sandra Croley, Carol L. 
Hirtzinger, Sharon Marlow, Edwina Hatcher, Vickie Raderer, Cathy 
Rausch, Jill Votaw, Diana Hall, Linda Mittel, Ann Mankin, Jill Bar- 
then, and Mabel Criswell, sponsor. 



210 HONORS/HONORARIES 



Honoraries Serve Community 



Eastern's scholastic honoraries encouraged 
adership, scholarship, and service among their 
lembers. 

Collegiate Pentacle, the senior women's hon- 
rary, contributed its time and etfort to sponsor a 
othing drive for the Telford Community Center. 

party was planned to acquaint transfer stu- 
3nts to the campus and to honor residents 
rectors. 

The sophomore women's honorary, CWENS, 



planned a Halloween Party for the children at 
Telford Community Center and parties for 
patients living in nursing homes. As usual, 
CWENS assisted in setting up the election posts 
for the Homecoming queen candidates. 

The sophomore men, Kappa lota Epsilon, con- 
ducted tours of the campus for visiting students 
and parents. Members, also helped at the mock 
elections set up on campus. 




WENS. FRONT ROW: Denise Delduca, Stephany Rena, Diana 
litis, Charlene Given, Anne Layton. Debbie Chilcote, Brenda 
'own, Karen Fuchs, Karen Allen, Pamela Smith, and Becky 
:kinson. SECOND ROW: Margaret Mason, Joyce Peltier, Pamela 
lepherd, Lana Rae Rose, Delma Francis, vice-president; Patty 
Nth, secretary, Brenda Craig, Beverly Horsley, Linda Nolan, 
ichele Walters, and Kathy Perros. THIRD ROW: Nancy Hundley, 



Irma Vickers, Kathy Huenefeld, Debbie Reed, Donna Hay, Judith 
Williams, Jody Noorhead, treasurer; Barbara Eisenminger, Nancy 
Bibelhausen, president; and Peggy Mersmann. BACK ROW: 
Laura Averill, Vicki Corum, Judy Hellmann, Sharon Stephens, Jo 
Anna Peebles, Sally Munson, Carol Anderson, Linda Centers, 
Karen Hendrickson, and Jeanne Tarullo. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 211 




ALPHA PHI GAMMA. FRONT ROW: Connie Ball, Marianne Rose, 
bailiff; Bill Sawyer, treasurer; Betsy Hill, secretary; Sue Mantel, 
president, Linda Mittel, vice president; Brenda Braddous, and 
Glen Kleine, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Delma Francis, Debbie 



Raistrick, Rick Allen, Bob Babbage, Fawn Conley, Dan Quigg, J 
Kirk, Carl Simms, Brenda Wheeler, Jim Plummer, Jan Hensk 
Lisa Collins, Donald Wallbaum, Mark Oliver, Jack Frost, Rhon 
Dyehouse, and Phyllis Barton. 



Journalism Honoraries Sponsor Speaker 



Dickey Chapelle Society, a women's journalism 
honorary, and Alpha Phi Gamma, national jour- 
nalism fraternity, combined their efforts in spon- 
soring speakers in the field of journalism. 

Activities of Dickey Chapelle included bringing 
several women journalists to campus, including 
June Rollins, news reporter for WLEX-TV in Lex- 
ington, 

Alpha Phi Gamma members attended the 



Associated Collegiate Press Convention in Ne 
York City. Members compiled a pamphlet coi 
taining opinions and signatures of famous celel 
rities. 

Adviser for both organizations is Mr. Gle 
Kleine, who is also national president for Alph 
Phi Gamma, which is comprised of 50 chaptei 
and over 10,000 members. 




DICKEY CHAPELLE SOCIETY. FRONT ROW: Betsey Bell, secre- 
tary; Delma Francis, president; Bonnie Rogers, Dianna Cornette. 



BACK ROW: Glen Kleine, sponsor; Wanda Hack, and Shall 
Brock. 



212 HONORS/HONORARIES 



Sigma Tau Delta 
Presents Awards 



Sigma Tau Delta, national English honorary 
i/hich promotes writing, reading, and discussion 
if literature, presented its annual awards to the 
tudent with the highest point standing in English 
nd the "Outstanding English Teacher Award." 
)ther activities included an initiation banquet at 
Arlington and tutoring foreign students in English. 







RONT ROW: Brenda Wheeler, president; Dorothy Bayer, vice- 
resident; Paul Brokaw, treasurer; Vicki Dennis, secretary, and 
oris Bledsoe. BACK ROW: Kathie Rogers, Dave Siereveld, Elma 



Ferguson, Dr. Robert E Burkhart, sponsor; Patti Hicks, Betsy Hill 
and Vicki Ayers. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 213 



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ALPHA PHI SIGMA. FRONT ROW: Steve Bandura, Jr., Susan 
Tacy, Hugh Byrd, sponsor; Terry Fisk, treasurer; Dennis Mills, 
president; Joan Bales, Debbie Skedel, Gerald Pierce, vice presi- 
dent; Pamela Fisk, secretary; R. W. Posey, sponsor; Mittie Davis, 
Charles Griffin, and Clairetta Pierce. BACK ROW: Talley Bailey, 



Richard Jackson, Jr., Gary Todd, Donald Filer, Bart Johnsor 
David Austin, Robert Donta, Phillip Meek, Jr., Jeffrey Mager; 
Gary Weldon, Christopher Cross, George Snyder, Donald Lloyc 
Terry Stovall, Thomas Volk, Gary Garman, Robert Buie, Joe Hit 
bard, James Fields, and James Simpson. 



Alpha Phi Sigma Honors Peace Officer! 



National Law Enforcement traternity, Alpha Phi 
Sigma honors and aids the growth of Law 
Enforcement majors. 

The Organization elected the outstanding 



peace officer of the year who was recognized a 
their annual banquet in April. Honors were alsc 
awarded to outstanding students in Eastern's 
expanding Law Enforcement program. 




KAPPA MU EPSILON. FRONT ROW: Barbara Massey, secretary; Jo Rita Smith, vice 
president; and Linda Nolan, reporter. SECOND ROW: Rita Robinson, Judy Bennett, 
treasurer; Vickie Jackson, Mary L. Scholl, and Margaret Kurapkat. BACK ROW: 
Robert Nayle, sponsor, Michael Kettler, president; Robert Slone, and B. R. Lane, 
corresponding secretary. 



214 HONORS/HONORARIES 




Adda Jo Hagan, Millie N. Zachers, Adrienne Lennart, vice presi- 
dent, Linda Adams, treasurer; Betsy Hill, president; Steven Bor- 
ing, secretary, and Willis Parkhurst, sponsor. 



Pi Tau Chi Honors 
Christian Leaders 



Pi Tau Chi, as a religious honorary, recognizes 
those students who excel in Christian service in 
connection with college lite. Among Pi Tau Chi's 
major objectives for this year was helping Berea 
College organize its own chapter ot the national 
organization. 



Scabbard and Blade Recruits Students 



Company K, 15th Regiment ot Scabbard and 
Blade, national military honor society, traveled 
through eastern Kentucky visiting high schools 
on recruiting trips for Eastern's ROTC program. 



Along with other activities, the Company pro- 
vided a saber arch during Homecoming and 
ROTC Day ceremonies and during the annual 
Military Ball. 




FRONT ROW; David Kepler, first sergeant, Dieter 
Carlton, executive otficer, Patty Riggs, sponsor; Deb- 
bie Pearson, sponsor; James Fields, commander; 
Michael Duty, treasurer, Major Harley Davis, sponsor 
SECOND ROW: Michael Hughes, John Neutarth, 



James Albright, James Cheek, Jeffrey Magers, 
John Hicks, Jr., Charlie Abner, Jr., and Rex Dunn. 
BACK ROW: Bill Hughes, Gregory Moore, P. Ken- 
neth Keen, Peter Trzop, Steven Gold, Richard 
Dickter, and Stanford Mullen. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 215 



Phi Mu Alpha Marks 
Seventy-Fifth Year 



Delta Omicron and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 
Eastern's music fraternities, worked to pro- 
mote a professional interest in music. 

Delta Omicron members usher at recitals 
given by the Music Department and spon- 
sored a "Music Howl" during American 
Music Month. 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia celebrated its 75th 
year of existence on Eastern's campus. Dr. 
Glenn Fullbright spoke at the annual Found- 
ers Day Dinner. Members sponsored a radio 
program, "Hail Sinfonia," and a musicale for 
the campus. 




PHI MU ALPHA. FRONT ROW: Eldon Matlick, Craig Hartje, historian 
Douglas Baber, secretary; Stephen Johnson, president; Frank Ste- 
phens, vice president; James Bowman, treasurer; and Kenneth Byrd- 
aell, pledgemaster. SECOND ROW: John Drew, Mike Brown, Nathanae 
Carter, Daniel Krueger, Michael Insko, warden, John C. Lawson spon- 
sor; Paul Proffitt, Chuck Jarrett, and James Kent. BACK ROW: Ker 
Henry, J. Clifton Mayhugh, Terry D. Thompson, and Guy Stepher 
Smith. 




DELTA OMICRON. FRONT ROW: Cheryl Clark, Cindy Thurman, 
treasurer; Tanya Moores, president; Rebecca Riley, second vice 
president and chaplain; Winnie Johnson, publicity director and 
historian; Barbara Wilmore, director of musical activities; Judy 
Reed, first vice president; and Debbie Lawson, secretary. BACK 



ROW: Irma Vickers, Marilyn Isaacs, Terry Stroup, Joan Miller, 
Mary Helen Moorhead, Martha Skidmore, Trinna Forbis, Geor- 
gene Riddle, Ann Wagner, Karen Brown, Jacque Verst, Pat Reed, 
Pamela Shepherd, and Freeda Morris. 



216 HONORS/HONORARIES 




RONT ROW: Aileen LeBlanc, and Theresa Insko. SECOND 
|OW: Cathy Hornsby, secretary; Patricia Perry, Vicki Wolfe, and 
andi Remy. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Paris, Danny Browning, and 
latricia Dotson. BACK ROW: Rick Diehl, president; Dr. Richard L. 



Benson, sponsor; Gary Lawrence, treasurer; Terri Luken, Bobby 
Butcher, student senator; Cindy Russell, vice president; and 
Roger Hogg. 



Mpha Psi Omega Hosts Regional Festiva 



Alpha Psi Omega hosted the Regional One-Act 
(lay Festival and members attended the annual 
wards banquet which recognized all actors and 
jchnicians who excelled in the year's theatrical 
roductions. 

As an honorary drama fraternity, Alpha Psi 
)mega's purpose is to promote a high standard 



of work in dramatics and create a wider fellow- 
ship for those interested in the college theatre. 

The honorary's members performed in the ren- 
ovated Pearl Buchanan Theatre and looked for- 
ward to the completion of the Jane F. Campbell 
Building and the Clarence H. Gifford Theatre. 



HONORS/HONORARIES 217 




ETA SIGMA GAMMA. FRONT ROW: Connie Mattingly, Kathy Gregory, secretary-tree 
surer, Les Ramsdell, Carolyn Noe, president; and Barbara Daugherty. BACK ROW: Hei 
man Bush, sponsor; Michael Colegrove, Betty Cosby, Delores Preston, Robert Paine 
Karen Hill, Larry Sims, and Robert Baugh, sponsor. 



Eta Sigma Gamma Conducts Medical Aler 



Eta Sigma Gamma, national professional hon- 
orary in health science, conducted a medical 
alert for people with health problems, screened 
the elementary school children for hearing prob- 
lems and promoted a clothing drive for Open 
Concern. Members also provided a guide service 



Phi Kappa Phi, an inter-disciplinary honor soc 
ety that recognizes scholarship and charactel 
among undergraduates graduate students ana 
faculty, meets annually in the spring semester tij 
install officers and initiate new members. 




PHI KAPPA PHI. FIRST ROW: Mary Beth Hannah, Kathryn Rulon, 
Cathy Richmond, Paula Johnson, Jean Rawlins, Linda Himes, 
Paula McCann, and Connie Cundift. SECOND ROW: Albertine 
Krohn, Gary Palmer, Verena Catron, Eve Profitt, Linda Van Hook, 
Betsy Hill, Debbie Lawson, Martha Jean McKenzie, and Karen 



218 HONORS/HONORARIES 



Latimer. THIRD ROW: Charles Teaque, Dennis Mills, Carol Algier 
Betty S. Huyvhinson, Virginia Gudget, William Wyatt, and Steve 
Gold. BACK ROW: Ken Barksdale, Taylor Davidson, Lynne 
Schmidt, Kenneth Clawson, and Mary Helen Moorehead. 



(appa Delta Pi Aids Telford Center 



Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, was 
istablished to recognize outstanding contrib- 
itions in the tield ot education. 

Among the activities tor the year were making 
lames and learning aids for the children at Tel- 



ford Center and a fall get-together at the Mule- 
barn. Speakers and discussion groups on topics 
related to education were also sponsored by the 
club. 




:APPA DELTA PI. FRONT ROW: Carolyn Noe, Barbara Massey, 
.aSandra Ridley, Deborah Abbott, Mary Huber, Yvonne Allen, 
Jhonda Dyehouse, Judy Bennett, Janna Vice, Patti Hicks, Mary 
o Wynkoop, and Kelly Stanfield. SECOND ROW: Dave Siereveld, 
velyn Francis, counselor; Avonda Noe, Dorothy Bayer, Yvonne 




Fields, treasurer; Vicki Madon, Karen Shelton, historian; Darla 
Donley, Judy Ream, Brenda Wheeler, secretary; Vikki Hall, Linda 
Morris, Carolyn Rutf, Denise Manning, and Paul Brokaw BACK 
ROW: Mabel M. Jennings, counselor, Jeffrey Duff, and David M. 
Jones. 



Pi Omega Pi 
Develops Leaders 



Pi Omega Pi, national Business Education 
Honorary, develops leadership and specialized 
knowledge in related fields. Members sponsored 
their annual College of Business Christmas Din- 
ner in early December. The organization sent 
members to the National Business Education 
Convention during Christmas break. Members 
also submitted articles to the National Publication 
of Pi Omega Pi. 



D l OMEGA PI. FRONT ROW: Myrena Jennings, sponsor; Linda 
/anHook, Debbie Carr, treasurer; Patty Early, student senate rep- 
resentative; Debbie Pearson, Jean Rawlins, and Carolyn Murphy, 
listorian. BACK ROW: Bertee Adkins, Gerald Barnes, Sharon 
plusher, Joy Combs, vice-president; Barbara Redmon, Janna 
/ice-president; Karen Ramey, and Edsel R. Mountz, sponsor. 



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Inexperienced Squad 
Hampered by Injuries 



After losing 17 lettermen from last season, 
continuous injuries hampered the rebuilding of 
an inexperienced Eastern squad. But, the Colo- 
nels started the season with a great working atti- 
tude winning four of the first five games. 

On the road for the opening game at South- 
eastern Louisiana, the EKU gridders battled both 
the humidity and the Lions to win a 10-0 victory. 
Jeff McCarthy, sophomore quarterback scored 
the game's only touchdown, and James 
DeFranco was credited with a field goal. 

Eastern faced the nation's second-best win- 
ning percentage team over the past ten years 
when it played Indiana of Pennsylvania in the first 
home game of the season. Colonels defeated the 
Indians handily by a score of 34-7. 

Injuries had begun to take their toll as Eastern 
played East Tennessee in its first OVC game of 
the year. Defensive end, Vic Smith, broke his leg 
attempting to block on a Colonel punt return, 
while three EKU starters were already benched 
with previous injuries. East Tennessee seemed to 
come up with the big play and handed Eastern a 
28-12 loss. 




Top: East Tennessee's strong offense breaks through Eastern's 
defensive line. Above: Alfred Thompson uses speed and agility to 
gain another first down against Middle Tennessee. 



222 ATHLETICS / FOOTBALL 




1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

10 Southeastern Louisiana 

34 Indiana University (Pa.) 7 

12 East Tennessee 28 

21 Austin Peay 6 

13 Middle Tennessee 

14 Central Michigan 21 

Western Kentucky 10 

3 Murray State 7 

Tennessee Tech 14 

7 Appalachian State 55 

28 Morehead State 6 

Won 5, Lost 6 





Top: James DeFranco kicks a field goal against Indiana as Joe Anselmo blocks Phil 
Imbrogno Left: Senior tailback Joe Washington heads out of the endzone on a kick off 
return. Above: Alfred Thompson is stopped by the middle of the Tennessee Tech line 



ATHLETICS / FOOTBALL 223 



Colonels Derai 
Middle, Fall at 
Central Michigan 



Taking advantage of four Austin Peay fumbles, 
two pass interceptions, and a blocked return, 
EKU defeated the Governors by a score of 21-6 
at Clarksville. Larry Kirksey, senior split end from 
Harlan, equalled his last season's pass reception 
total when he caught five passes against the 
Governors for 70 yards. 

Previously undefeated Middle Tennessee came 
to Richmond the following week to confront the 
Colonels. Wally Chambers, EKU's senior All- 
American, was at full strength against the Raid- 
ers leading the Colonels to a 13-0 victory. 

Although Alfred Thompson, a junior tailback 
from Owensboro, collected 125 yards in 31 car- 
ries and scored two touchdowns, Central Michi- 
gan edged by the visiting Colonels with a score 
of 21-14. 





Top: Quarterback Jeff McCarthy works on keeping the ball in an option play as defensive end 
John Bushong gives pursuit. Above: Freshman football players watch their upper classmen do 
battle during a home game. 



224 ATHLETICS / FOOTBALL 




Left: Junior guard Ralph Coldiron is helped off the field by stu- 
dent trainer Jim Skidmore and manager Wayne Wilson as the 
Colonels lose a hard-fought 14-0 game to eventual OVC cham- 
pion Tennessee Tech. Below: Sophomore quarterback Jeff 
McCarthy looks over Austin Peay's defense in the Colonels' third 
win of the season, a 21-6 victory over the Governors Bottom: 
Freshman flanker John Revere follows the blocking of Alvin Birch 
and Jackie Miller on a 12-yard punt return against Austin Peay. 





ATHLETICS / FOOTBALL 225 





AII-OVC split end Larry Kirksey heads downfield behind a wall of 
EKU blockers on a 44-yard pass play against the East Tennessee 
Buccaneers. 



Junior tailback Alfred Thompson cuts to his right to leave III 
tackle Kevin McGorrey in the Colonels' second win of the season! 




John Revere leaves everybody behind on a 67-yard flanker reverse in Eastern's 13-0 victory over OVC opponent Middle Tennessee. 



226 ATHLETICS / FwOTBALL 




Left: Quarterback Jeff McCarthy throws a quick pass in the flat 
against Tennessee Tech. Below: Junior fullback Marshal Bush is 
tackled at the one-yard-line in Eastern's 34-7 victory over Indiana 
University (Pa.). 




Colonels Drop Three, Including Two in OVC 



The tension was monumental in the annual 
clash between Eastern and Western. The Hill- 
toppers, however, kept its lead in the rivalry by 
defeating the Colonels 10-0 at Bowling Green. 

Twelve front-line players were on the injured 
list for the Homecoming contest against Mur- 
ray State. Minus the offensive punch of 
Thompson and Kirksey, EKU found it tough to 
get something started offensively and fell to the 
Racers 7-3 in suffering its third straight loss. 



The next adversary for the Colonels was 
league-leading Tennessee Tech. After yielding 
two first-quarter touchdowns, Eastern permitted 
Tech only four first downs in the second half and 
forced three fumbles. Tech, however, continued 
its OVC domination by winning 14-0. 

Appalachian State gave Eastern its greatest 
loss since 1931. The Colonels just couldn't stop 
the strong Mountaineer offense, losing by a mar- 
gin of 55-7. 



ATHLETICS / FOOTBALL 227 




EKU Whips Eagles 
in Convincing Style 



The last game of the season was one of mixed 
emotions. After the tragic plane crash involving 
ten prominent Richmond men, eight of whom 
were former Eastern students, a note of sadness 
covered the campus. Before the game, activities 
were quieted in a moment of silence to the vic- 
tims. 

The age-old rivalry between Eastern and More- 
head continued, however, and the enthusiastic 
crowd, filled with the anticipation of receiving an 
extra vacation day, was prepared to give the 
Colonels all the support they needed to win. The 
team and coaches were psyched, too, and the 
final score ended a five-game losing streak as 
EKU defeated Morehead 28-6. 

Three Eastern players, defensive lineman Wally 
Chambers, tapped as the Most Valuable Player, 
defensive back James Croudep, and offensive 
back Larry Kirksey were named to the All-Ohio 
Valley Conference team, as they ended their 
careers for the Colonels. 



228 ATHLETIC / FOOTBALL 




Top: A post-Morehead game prayer for the ten Richmond resi- 
dents killed in an early morning plane crash involves both players 
and fans. Above: Eastern president, Dr. Robert R. Martin, con- 
gratulates members of the Eastern's football team after their 28-6 
win over arch-rival Morehead. 




Top: Blocking at the line ot scrimmage in a game involving such rivals as Eastern and More- 
head can produce such a force that players can end up on their backs like Eastern's John 
Rogers (No. 68). Above: EKU fans, students, and cheerleaders mob Colonel players after their 
convincing victory over Morehead. 



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Freer, Jeff Fink, Joe Evans, Mike Croudep, Ron Catlett, Jim 
Brooks, Tom . McQueen. , Second. Row: Assistant coach Bobby 



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Blackburn, Assistant coach Tom Stillwagqri, "Head Coach Roy 
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Bush, Greg Kuhn, Wally- Chambers, Robyn Hatley, John Rogers, 
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Steve Mclntire, Jeff McCarthy, Junior Hardin,. Alvin Burch, Alfred 
Thompson, Ed Carnvale, Randy, Leslie, BradOtten, Rich Thomas. 



Tough Schedule Faces 
Defending Champs 



After representing Ohio Valley Conference in 
the 1972 NCAA tournament, Eastern's basketball 
Colonels had a difficult act to follow. One of the 
toughest schedules in recent years faced the 
Colonels as the season began. 

Centre College posed the first victims in the 
season opener in Alumni Coliseum, and was 
handily defeated by the Colonels, 84-60. Eastern 
traveled to Kansas State for its second game of 
the year and fell 87-59 at the hands of the Big 
Eight champions. 

Louisville's Freedom Hall held the action when 
Eastern met its 1972 NCAA opponent, Florida 
State. Hopes of gaining revenge for the two-point 
loss last season were destroyed as the Seminoles 
won 87-70. 

Eastern played its next two games before the 
home crowd. Carl Brown, a 6-4, 200 pound, 
freshman guard from Cincinnati, came off the 
bench to spark the Colonels in a 96-86 win over 
Virginia Commonwealth. Brown also proved an 
asset in the 90-85 home victory over Morehead. 





Above: Carl Brown is suspended in mid air as he takes a vital 
rebound against Middle Tennessee. Left: Dan Argabright and Carl 
Brown congratulate each other and the rest of the team after an 
important OVC win over Morehead. 



233 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 




Above: Charlie Mitchell, EKU's leading scorer breaks for a basket through the outstretched 
arms of two Florida State players. Below: The referee calls a jump ball as Dan Argabright and a 
VCU player vie for the basketball. 




ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 233 



With Mitchell Sidelined, Title Hopes Fade 



On the road again, Eastern reversed its previ- 
ous victory by losing to Virginia Commonwealth 
69-66. In the Oral Roberts Classic, Eastern lost 
to Montana State 84-92, but scored a season 
high for single game points against St. Mary's of 
California in a 1 14-95 conquest. 

Rolling into Dayton on January 3, Eastern slip- 
ped by the Flyers 74-70. Playing their fourth road 
game in ten days, the Colonels began to show 
the effects of travel as they lost to Marshall 83- 
72. 

Second semester began with two disappointing 
OVC losses. Charlie Mitchell, deemed as 



Eastern's most valuable player, was sidelined 
with the flu when Murray and Austin Peay came 
to town. After losing to Murray 75-70, Eastern 
fought hard against Austin Peay, but the Gover- 
nors edged by the Colonels 88-87 in an over- 
time. 

The long-standing rivalry between Eastern and 
Western was continued the following week on 
television during the OVC game-of-the-week. 
EKU began a four-game winning streak as they 
became the first Colonel team in five years to 
defeat Western on its home court. 




1973 BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Jim Ratliff, Wade 
Upchurch, Charles Mitchell, Carl Brown, Ron Smith, and Craig 



Turner. BACK ROW: Richard Netzley, Jack Hissom, assistant 
coach; Robert Brooks, Bob Watkins, Dan Argabright, Kevin Kok, 
Rick Stansel, Mike Myers, manager; and Guy Strong, Coach. 



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236 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 





Five in Two Figures, 
But Colonels Falter 



All five of Eastern's starters continued double- 
figure averages as the Colonels beat Middle Ten- 
nessee 80-77. EKU's next triumphs were on the 
home court with a 66-61 win over East Tennes- 
see, and a 77-66 victory over Tennessee Tech. 

Two of the nation's top independent teams 
invaded Eastern the following weekend. Powerful 
Marshall University repeated an earlier win over 
EKU as it handed the Colonels a 100-76 loss. 
Senior center, Dan Argabright, Eastern's leading 
rebounder, collected 21 against Virginia Tech to 
aid the Colonels 81-72 victory. 

Eastern failed to avenge two previous OVC 
losses when the Colonels once again confronted 
league-leading Austin Peay and runner-up Mur- 
ray State. Charlie Mitchell, the number two 
scorer in Eastern history, connected for 43 and 
31 points, respectively, but the Colonels fell 96- 
88 to Austin Peay and 83-79 to Murray. 



Top: Eastern's Kevin Kok struggles with a Marshall player for pos- 
session of a rebound. Above: Coach Strong shouts instructions to 
passing EKU players during a crucial game. Opposite: Dan Arga- 
bright soars for a power layup. 



ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 237 



Colonels Win on TV 
But Lose on Road 



Regional television came to Alumni Coliseum 
for coverage ot the Middle Tennessee game. 
Dominating the backboards, EKU swept past the 
Blue Raiders 74-58. Tension was high during the 
last home game of the year as Western came to 
Richmond for the annual clash with the Colonels. 
The Hilltoppers avenged a defeat it suffered ear- 
lier from Eastern, winning 77-71 . 

Marked with ups and downs throughout the 
year, Eastern ended its season on the road. Sta- 
mina seemed lacking as the Colonels lost to Ten- 
nessee Tech 104-76. After bouncing back with a 
77-72 win over East Tennessee, the Colonels 
ended season play at Morehead, losing 92-84. 



Right: Eastern forward, Rick Stansel, gets outpositioned tor a 
rebound against Florida State. Below: Eastern's second, all-time 
leading scorer, Charlie Mitchell, stops and shoots a fifteen foot 
jump shot against the FSU Seminoles. Opposite: The Colonels 
start a fast-break against the Seminoles in Freedom Hall. 





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1973 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

84 Centre 60 

59 Kansas State 87 

70 Florida State 87 

96 Virginia Commonwealth 86 

90 Morehead 85 

66 Virginia Commonwealth 69 

84 Montana State 92 

114 St. Mary's (Calitornia) 95 

74 Dayton 70 

72 Marshall 83 

70 Murray 75 

87 Austin Peay 88 

70 Western 63 

80 Middle Tennessee 77 

66 East Tennessee 61 

77 Tennessee Tech 66 

76 Marshall 100 

81 Virginia Tech 72 

88 Austin Peay 96 

79 Murray 83 

74 Middle Tennessee 58 

71 Western 77 

76 Tennessee Tech 1 04 

77 East Tennessee 72 

84 Morehead 92 

Won 12, Lost 13 



Above right: Robert Brooks drives in for an 
easy lay-up during the always thrilling contest 
against Western Kentucky. Right: The camera- 
man catches the tip-off of the regionally tele- 
vised EKU-Middle Tennessee game. 




240 ATHLETICS/BASKETBALL 




1973 FRESHMAN COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Dennis Barbour, 
Kent Holloway, Jim Segar, Bill Gaines, David Routt, and Bob 
Jancko. SECOND ROW: Kirk Chiles, Jeff Shepherd, David Stod- 



dard, Mark Bugg, Tom Harper, Coach; Kenny Smallwood, Gary 
Carnes, Doug Wilson, and Mark Hudson, manager. 



Freshman Colonels Post 16-2 Record 



The Eastern Kentucky University freshman 
team completed its schedule with a 15-2 
won-lost record, losing only to the University of 
Louisville freshmen and the Tennessee Tech jun- 
ior varsity. 

Each of the scholarship freshmen finished the 
season scoring in double figures. Jim Segar, a 6- 
3 guard from Richmond who was forced to miss 
the final three games of the season with a bro- 
ken foot, led the frosh in scoring with his 21 .4 
average, and hit 85 per cent of his free throws. 

Bill Gaines, a 6-9 center from Paris, topped 
Colonel rebounders with a 13.6 average. David 
Rout, a 6-6 forward from Cincinnati, averaged 
13.0 points and 13.5 rebounds per contest. 

Dennis Barbour, a 6-0 guard from Mason 
County, led the freshmen in assists with 80, and 
also averaged 16.0 points per game. Mark Bugg, 
a 6-5 forward, topped EKU in field goal percent- 
age, hitting 57 per cent of his shots. 

Finishing the season undefeated on the home 
court, Eastern averaged 89.8 points per game, as 
compared to its opponent's 74.3 mark. 



1973 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

85 Centre College 67 

101 Berea College 63 

72 University of Louisville 87 

79 Centre College 78 

102 Prestonsburg Community College .62 

94 Berea College 41 

85 Alice Lloyd Junior College 61 

71 Sullivan Business College 53 

106 Somerset Community College ... .90 

96 Kentucky Business College 80 

88 Berea AAU 76 

89 Lee's Junior College 84 

104 Sue Bennett Junior College 87 

92 Tennessee Tech JV 97 

64 University of Dayton Frosh 62 

91 Kentucky Business College 87 

107 Somerset Community College ... .87 

Won 1 5, Lost 2 



ATHLETICS/FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 241 




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shortly after succeeding Guy Strong as the Colonel cage mentor. 



242 ATHLETICS 



Chambers Reaps Honors; Mulcahy New Net 
Coach 



A pair of Eastern All-Americas came to 
national attention early in the spring semester 
when accolades began to pour in for Wally 
Chambers, Eastern's 6-5, 250-pound defensive 
tackle, and when Bob Mulcahy, former high 
school and EKU basketball All-America was 
named as head basketball coach. 

Chambers, who was also a first-team AII-OVC 
choice, became Eastern's first big-time All-Ameri- 
can football player when he was named to TIME 
Magazine's and The Sporting News' All-American 
team first units. But, perhaps the biggest news 
came when Chambers, who played in two post- 
season all-star games, became the first ever first 
round NFL draft choice from an OVC school. He 
was the first pick of the Chicago Bears and the 



eighth player selected in the draft. Big Wally's 
number 78 was officially retired in ceremonies 
before the Eastern-Western basketball game. 

Mulcahy, who starred at Lexington Layfayette 
High School and was a member of an OVC 
championship squad at Eastern, began his suc- 
cessful coaching career at Seneca High School 
in Louisville. He won 124 games and lost 15 
there in six seasons and took consecutive Ken- 
tucky state championships in 1963 and 1964. 

He began his collegiate coaching as an assist- 
ant at the University of Kansas and posted the 
highest winning percentage ever at the University 
of South Dakota where he coached for six sea- 
sons. 




President Robert R. Martin holds up Wally Chambers' Number 78 jersey as Big Wally's 
number is officially retired. Richmond Mayor Wallace Maffett, Chambers and Coach Roy 
Kidd look on. 



ATHLETICS 243 




1972 CROSS-COUNTRY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Art Harvey, 
Coach; Dan Maloney, Randy Chadwell, and Tom Findley. BACK 
ROW: Tony Rowe, Bill Sampson, Jim Dostalik, Randy Jungkurth, 

Two Harriers 
Go to Nationals 



The EKU cross-country team, under the direc- 
tion of first-year coach Art Harvey, took Eastern 
to a third-place finish in the Ohio Valley Confer- 
ence this season. Dan Maloney set a new record 
time on the five-mile course at 24:53. 

In the NCAA regional meet at Knoxville, East- 
ern finished eighth out of 44 participating teams. 
As a result of that meet, two of the runners, Dan 
Maloney and Tom Findley, qualified for the 
National meet in Houston. 



Steve Wolldndge, Jerry Young, Lee Gordon, Bob Moffett, and 
Chuck Colehour. 







Dan Maloney crosses the finish line in the first meet against Cum- 
berland College. 



244 ATHLETICS / CROSS COUNTRY 




1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

36 Illinois State 22 

24 Morehead 32 

15 Louisville 50 

23 Cumberland College 36 

30 Cincinnati 29 

OVC Meet, top three teams 

East Tennessee 20 

Murray 76 

Eastern 78 

NCAA Regional, 8th place 

Won 3, Lost 2 




Top: Sophomore cross country runner, Bob Moffett, is silhouetted against the sky on the Arlington course Above 
Dan Maloney leads an Illinois State runner across the number 6 tee at the Arlington golf course. 



ATHLETICS / CROSS COUNTRY 245 



Eels Win Eleventh 
State Championship 

Eastern's Eels continued their dominance of 
state swimming by racking up their eleventh 
straight Kentucky Intercollegiate Swimming 
Championship. EKU retained 14 of the 16 KISC 
records and broke eight previous Eel marks. 

In posting a 9-2 dual meet record, Eastern 
took victories over Indiana State University; a 
'ough University of Cincinnati squad; Ohio Uni- 
versity, perennial Mid-American power; and 
Southeastern Conference representatives, Van- 
derbilt University and the University of Kentucky. 

Only the swimming teams from the University 
of Georgia and the University of Alabama proved 
too swift for the Eels and rendered EKU its only 
losses of the year. 





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swim his leg of the 400-yard freestyle relay in the Eels' win over 
Kentucky. Above: Bill Stapleton, a junior freestyler, contemplates 
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246 ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 




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1973 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

66 University ot Louisville 47 

73 Indiana State University 40 

69 Ball State University 44 

43 University ot Georgia 69 

63 University of Cincinnati 50 

81 Vanderbilt University 32 

59 Eastern Illinois 54 

54 University of Alabama 58 

67 Morehead 44 

69 Ohio University 44 

57 University of Kentucky 56 

Won 9, Lost 2 



Top: Wes Arnold, Tom Javins, and Don Crawford get in position 
for the backstroke start during a practice session. Above: Coach 
Don Combs tells Wilson Myers how he can improve his speed in 
the distance event. 



ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 247 



Eels Set New 
Marks Against UK 

Highlighting regular season competition tor the 
Eels was a thrilling 57-56 victory over Kentucky. 
Two of Eastern's premiere swimmers, Wes 
Arnold and John Davenport, set new team 
records during that meet. Arnold, a sophomore 
from Kingsport, Tennessee, finished the 100-yard 
backstroke of the 400-yard medley in 0:54.3, and 
Davenport, a senior who made the NCAA univer- 
sity cut-off times, swam the 200-yard breast- 
stroke in 2:13.0. 




An Eastern Eel displays precision as he enters the water after a 
one-and-a-half forward tuck. 




1973 SWIMMING EELS. FRONT ROW: Tom Javins, Wes Arnold, Bill Stapleton, Kevin Miles, Wally Esser, 
and Paul Spearman. SECOND ROW: Bob Collins, manager; Tom Houchins, Tom Linneweber, J. B. Hughes, 
Ron Spurier, Don Crawford, Wilson Myers, Rick Murphy, and Ron Holihan, assistant coach. BACK ROW: 
Don Combs, coach; John Davenport, Terry Stoddard, Bob Stalhut, Jeff Draves, Greg Hook, Brian Sullivan, 
Jim Foff, and Dan Lichty, assistant coach. 



248 ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 




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Captain John Davenport, shows his winning form in the butterfly leg of a relay. 







Swimmers hit the water at the beginning of the 400 freestyle relay. 



ATHLETICS/SWIMMING 249 



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Above: Buzz Ashby anticipates a chance to retire an opponent to the dug- 
out during the Eastern-Morehead game. Below: An Eastern player slides to 
safety out of the reach of his opponent. 




250 ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 




1972 BASEBALL COLONELS- FRONT ROW: Dave Davis, Joe 
Abney, David Crowe, Donnie Williams, Jay Buffin, Rick Wirtz, Tim 
Williams, Ken Blewitt, and Billy Wells. BACK ROW: Graduate 
Assistant Bill Bearse, Coach Jack Hissom, Gary Williams, Ray 



Neumeister, Tom Bodey, Ray Spenilla, John Farrell, Craig 
Schleigh, Gary Chanley, Larry Myford, Roger Rogerts, Buzz 
Ashby, Larry Kaelin, and Graduate Assistant "Frosty" Brown. 



Speed and Defense Depict Baseball Season 



Under the direction of first-year coach Jack 
Hissom, the EKU baseball team compiled a 29- 
12-3 record. 

Eastern became the first OVC school to play a 
fall schedule, winning all seven autumn games. 
After the Colonels returned from a southern road 
trip, during which they played nationally ranked 
Jacksonville University, they won the next 21 of 
24 games to make the season successful. 

Utilizing speed and defense, the Colonels 
posted impressive statistics. Eastern runners 
stole 84 bases in 96 attempts to give EKU a high 
national ranking in this respect. The Colonels 
also took advantage of almost every situation in 
the field with an average of .957. 



Three EKU players made the AII-OVC team. 
Billy Wells, ranked as high as fifth in the nation at 
one time with total victories, ended the season 
with a 8-2-4 record, and an earned run average 
of 1 .89. Ken Blewitt, a junior third baseman, had 
a batting average of .346, third highest in the 
OVC. Roger Roberts, Eastern's catcher, make 
the all-conference team for his third year. 

Eastern played a tough schedule and, 
although there was no OVC champion, the Colo- 
nels came through with a 5-5 conference record. 
Losing its last three OVC games, however, killed 
Eastern's chance for an NCAA berth. 



ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 251 



1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

4-3 Jacksonville 5-11 

2 Valdosta 3 

4-6 Oglethorpe 2-12 

Tennessee 9 

4 Wittengurg 

7 Louisville 3 

11-9 Berea 7-0 

13-2 Genesse 7-1 

2-5 Eastern Michigan 3-4 

16-5 Genesee 11-4 

0-5 Cumberland 2-0 

6-4 Morehead 4-14 

10 Louisville 

6-4 Morehead 4-4 

6 Cincinnati 3 

3-2 Morehead 2-3 

1-7 Kentucky Wesleyan 0-3 

5-1 Western 4-0 

6 East Tennessee 10 

1-5 East Tennessee 5-6 

6-5 Northern Ky. State 5-1 

Won 29, Lost 12, Tied 3 



Right: Dale Magato, a freshman from Laura, Ohio, warms up his 
pitching arm between innings. Below: Coach Hissom, Roger Rob- 
erts, and pitcher Billy Wells talk the situation over during a crucial 
game against Western. 






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252 ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 





Top: Ray Spenilla slams a ground ball, as Larry Kaelin prepares to come home under the advice of 
Coach Brown. Above: The Colonels congratulate Billy Wells after another pitching success for East- 
ern. 



ATHLETICS/BASEBALL 253 





Several Records Set by EKU Thinclads 



Eastern's thinclads ended the 1972 season 
with a record ot tive wins and one loss. The com- 
bined efforts of Tyrone Harbut, Tom Cahill, Keith 
Bertrand, and Mervyn Lewis on the mile relay 
team brought two first-place victories and estab- 
lished a new EKU record time of 3:18.5 in the 
indoor relay event. 

Mervyn Lewis placed first in the 600-yard run 
at three meets setting a new EKU indoor record 



time of 1:10.8, and was second in the OVC 
championship 880-yard run. His efforts won him 
a spot on the all-conference track team. 

Ron Seiter recorded the best pole vault in the j 
state at fifteen feet during the 72 season, while j 
Charlie Dawson of Danville posted a forty-nine- 
foot one-inch triple jump to break the standing 
EKU record. The 880-yard relay team, also set a 
new time for Eastern at 1 :28.5. 




1972 TRACK COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Coach E. G. Plummer, 
Tom Fmdley, Dan Maloney, Bernie Hrubala, Jim Sebree, Steve 
Hurley, Gerry Scaringi, Tyrone Harbut, Charles Dawson, Randy 
Jungkurth, Ron Seither, and Stan Watson. BACK ROW: Graduate 



Assistant Dave Austin, Steve Wooldndge, Chuck Parrot, John 
Johnson, Tony DeCandia, Bill Souto, Art Taylor, Hershel Miller, 
Mervyn Lewis, Steve Seiss, Paul Glass, Tom Cahill, Ray Hood, 
and Manager Chuck Colure. 



254 ATHLETICS/TRACK 




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1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

74 Kentucky State 52 

87 Cumberland 58 

74 Morehead 52 

74 Tennessee Tech 55 

65 Murray 85 

65 Morehead 31 

Won 5, Lost 1 



Far left to right: In a meet against Cumberland College Eastern 
thinclads compete in the 120 high-hurdles with EKU's John John- 
son charging across the finish line. Left: Tony DeCandia winds up 
tor a discus throw as he tries to break the current EKU record. 



ATHLETICS/TRACK 255 



EKU Holds First 
Golf Invitationa 



Eastern's golf team shot a four-under-par 36- 
hole total of 716 to capture the first Eastern Ken- 
tucky Invitational at the Arlington Golf Course 
this season against the University of Kentucky, 
Tennessee Tech, Morehead, and Bellarmine. 

The EKU golfers saw action against other top 
competition during the year, and ended the sea- 
son with a fine record of 10-1. The team 
improved somewhat over last year and placed 
sixth in the OVC championship. 



Right: Silhouetted by the sun, an EKU golfer addresses his ball at 
Arlington's first tee. Below: Jim Moore remains in his putting posi- 
tion as his ball rolls into the cup 




256 ATHLETICS/GOLF 





1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

395 Toledo 396 

378 Ohio U 385 

378 Marshall 394 

378 Morehead 383 

374 Centre 418 

369 Cincinnati 374 

369 Kentucky 364 

369 Marshall 388 

382 Morehead 381 

382 Tennessee Tech 390 



Won 10, Lost 1 



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Left: Bill Price awaits the success of his chip onto the green. 




972 GOLF COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Tom Scott, John lovine, 
ack Barber, and Bill Price. BACK ROW: Coach Glen Presnell, 



Dan Nicolet, Jim Moore, Tim Brown, and Roc Irey. 



ATHLETICS/GOLF 257 



Four Netmen 
Qualify for NCAA 

Competing against such schools as Davidson, 
North Carolina, and Indiana State Eastern played 
one ot the best tennis schedules in Kentucky. 
Although their final record was 11-11-1, Eastern 
lost only to Western, Tennessee Tech, and Aus- 
tin Peay in the OVC. 

Bruce Sims proved to be the number one 
player of the season. Valuable, too, were Pat 
Geron, versatile Al Ramirez, and John Young 
who scored the most individual points. Four EKU 
players, Paul Ballard, Jim Greenup, John Young, 
and Greg Stephenson, qualified for NCAA tour- 
nament play in both singles and doubles. 



Right: Pat Geron follows through on a shot from the court's back 
line 





1972 TENNIS COLONELS. FRONT ROW: John Young, Pat 
Geron, Al Ramirez, and Greg Stephenson. BACK ROW: Bryan 



Talbot, Paul Ballard, Bruce Sims, Jim Dittmar, and Jim Greenup. 



258 ATHLETICS/TENNIS 







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1972 SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

8 Cumberland 1 

5 Davidson 4 

North Carolina .9 

8 Wingate 1 

3 Furman 6 

2 Presbyterian 7 

4 South Carolina 5 

9 Centre 

1 Cincinnati 8 

5 Indiana State 4 

Cincinnati 9 

3 Tennessee Tech 6 

7 ....... East Tennessee 2 

3 Kentucky 6 

3 Murray 3 

2 Western 7 

6 Western Michigan 3 

1 Kentucky 8 

Austin Peay 9 

5 Middle Tennessee 4 

8 Morehead 1 

9 Eastern Michigan 

Won 1 1 , Lost 1 1 , Tied 1 



Left Bruce Sims keeps his eye on the ball as his opponent 
returns it Below: Greg Stephenson concentrates on his game 
during the EKU-UK match. 




ATHLETICS/TENNIS 259 




1973 WRESTLING COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Mike Mussman, 
Dick Lowenstine, Jack Wood, Bobby Roach, Bill Froman, Steve 
Vespe, and Steve Wallace. SECOND ROW: Joe Neft, Mac Nick- 
son, Marvin Alstott, Tony Green, Chuck Melville, Stan Whittlesey, 
Rick Mason, Dan Nettle, and John Adams. BACK ROW: Jim 

Young Matmen 
Fill Open Positions 

Eastern's Colonel's wrestling team encoun- 
tered many injuries during the year, but managed 
to secure a winning season for second-year 
coach, Richard Achtzehn. A tougher schedule 
and the tilling of some key positions was over- 
come and a final tally of nine wins and seven 
losses was recorded. 

Highlighting the season, however, was an 
exciting match in which Eastern defeated Notre 
Dame by a score of 19-17. 

Boasting the best winning percentages for the 
year were Bobby Roach, a 134-pounder with a 
record of 12-3-1, and lightweight Bill Froman, 
with a 9-3 season total. Although senior, Dick 
Lowenstine's career was hampered by an injury, 
his season's record was 6-2-1 . 

Throughout the year, Eastern resorted to its 
young bench when sickness and injury hit the 
squad. Among the contenders for open positions 
were sophomore, Stan Whittlesey, and freshmen, 
Steve Wallace, John Wood, and Steve Vespe. 



Searle, manager, Ted Weingartner, Pat Quilian, assistant coach; 
Dennis Perkins, Chris Reeder, Ken Bostleman, Randy Randolph, 
Stan Hill, Barry Waldrop, Dave Boren, and Richard Achtzehn, 
coach. 




Dennis Perkins attempts a double leg takedown' in the season 
opener against Miami University. 



260 ATHLETICS/WRESTLING 




1973 
COLONEL WRESTLING SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 
16 Miami University 25 

36 Marshall University 6 

6 California St. College 24 

16 University of Tennessee 18 

44 University of the South 3 

9 Univ. of Tenn. (Chattanoga) 28 

19 University of Notre Dame 17 

38 University of Evansville 6 

23 Morehead 12 

37 Cedarville College 9 

16 Maryville College 28 

30 Morehead 6 

44 Wilberforce University 5 

49 Xavier University3 

4 University of Cincinnati 37 

3 Ashland College 34 

Won 9, Lost 7 



Left: Steve Wallace gives his opponent a "bear-hug" as he tries 
for a takedown. 




Above: Bobby Roach tries a sitting out position in preparation for a pin. 



ATHLETICS/WRESTLING 261 



EKU Gymnasts Win 
2nd State Title 



Eastern overcame its inexperience and lack ot 
depth gracefully in capturing its second consecu- 
tive Kentucky Intercollegiate Gymnastics Champi- 
onship. Freshman Carl Korade, who averaged 40 
points-per-meet during the season, took first 
place in all-around competition in the state meet 
and Bob Sanderson, a sophomore, finished sec- 
ond. The EKU sguad won the KIGC in the final 
event, the horizontal bar, moving ahead of UK in 
its best performance of the year. 

Under the direction of first-year coach, Gerald 
Calkin, Eastern ended regular season competi- 
tion with seven wins and two losses. 



Right: Captain Kim Charleston concentrates on his parallel bars 
performance in a meet against UK. 





1973 GYMNASTICS COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Terry Cummings, 
Dirk Martin, and Karl Korade. BACK ROW: Jim Hruban, assistant 



coach, Sam White, Bob Sanderson. Bill 
and Gerald Calkin, Coach. 



Sherrill, Kim Charleston, 



262 ATHLETICS/GYMNASTICS 





1973 GYMNASTICS SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

1 1 0.07 .... University of Kentucky 91 .55 

1 1 0.85 Miami University (Ohio) 95.65 

95.3 University of Cincinnati 11 0.6 

1 07.90 Memphis State 1 1 1 .45 

107.90 Murray 70.6 

89.3 Georgetown 59.9 

95.35 University of Kentucky 89.20 

72.1 Georgetown 57.7 

Won 6, Lost 2. 



Above: Karl Korade, who won the all-around competition in the 
Kentucky intercollegiate meet held at Eastern, works out on the 
rings. Left: Freshman Dirk Martin steadies himself as he performs 
on the pommel horse. 



ATHLETICS/GYMNASTICS 263 




1973 RIFLE TEAM. FRONT ROW: Ken Bender, Betina Bentley, 
Taffy Curtis, Patty Maines, Mary Ellen Hume, Dave Snellen, and 
Sergeant Casius Berdine, coach BACK ROW: Tom Boggs, Jeff 



Norwitz, Mike Fryman, 
Stuart. 



Harry Hensley, Glen Haberlin, and L. C. 



Marksmen Improve Season Averages 



Increased enthusiasm inaugurated the drive tor 
Eastern's ritle team as it boosted its season aver- 
age 100 points over last year's team. Glen 
Haberlin's consistency helped him maintain the 
highest individual average on the EKU squad. 

Eastern marksmen, coached by Sergeant 
Casius Berdine, pertorm in two divisions — var- 
sity and ROTC. Competing in eleven shoulder-to- 
shoulder matches, they finished the season with 
a 7-4 record. 

At the National Rifle Association Intercollegiate 
Sectional Meet, Eastern finished second in the 
ROTC division and fourth in the varsity division. 
Mary Ellen Hume took top honors in the women's 
varsity division at the sectional meet with a score 
of 289 points. 



Right: Mike Fryman loads his rifle in preparation to fire during an 
early season meet at Eastern. 




264 ATHLETICS/RIFLE 




Left: Adjusting the telescope, Mike Fryman 
makes sure all the equipment is ready for the 
next event. 




Below: Tom Boggs has the target in sight as he awaits the signal 
o begin firing. 



ATHLETICS/RIFLE 265 




1972 WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY. FRONT ROW: Kelly Stanfield, 
manager; Lee Patrick, Adrienne McNally, Karen Hill, Jan McNulty, 
Pat Rebold, Diane Demoss, Becky Couchot, Ginna Gohmann, 
Michelle Barondick, Diane Dunlap, and Debbie Young, manager. 



Coed Hockey Team 
Compiles 4-2 Record 

Second-year women's field hockey team 
coach, Javene Young, noted that the team 
improved in ability over the previous year. EKU 
compiled a record of four wins and two losses 
during the 1972 season against such competition 
as Transylvania, Centre, University of Cincinnati, 
and the University of Kentucky. 

Led by a vigorous defensive line, Eastern fin- 
ished third in the finals of the Kentucky State 
Women's Hockey Tournament. 



Right: Eastern's Cindy Pearce (44) shoots for a goal in a hard 
fought game against the University of Kentucky. 



BACK ROW: Cindy Pearce, Peggy Weaver, Linda Ruf, Barbie 
Kibler, Barbara Lisehora, Karen Kolesar, Kathy Brothers, Lee Ann 
Thurmond, Geri Wise, Terri McGuire, Jo Ann Hennig, Javene 
Young, coach; and Ellen Johns, assistant coach. 




266 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY 




Volleyball Team Goes 
to National Tourney 



Completing the season with a 20-4 record, the 
Eastern women's volleyball team won the state 
championship for the second consecutive year. 
Coached by Geri Polvino, the girls invaded Knox- 
ville, Tennessee, tor the five-state tournament 
where they tucked away their first regional 
crown. 

Hard work and dedication, coupled with an 
opportunity to explore their potential, sparked the 
EKU girls in wins which led them to the tourna- 
ment in Provo, Utah, where they won two of five 
games. Fifteen teams, representing nine regions, 
competed in the Association of Intercollegiate 
Athletics for Women volleyball finals at Brigham 
Young University. 

The loss of only two seniors left Eastern with 
strength and experience to guide next year's 
team. 



Left: Lynne Morris goes high to spike a ball during a volleyball 
contest as Diane Jones prepares for an assist. 




1972 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL. FRONT ROW: Connie Urlage, 
Dusty Chandler, Nancy Sloan, Sharon Brown, Bernie Kok, Melody 
Middleton, Lynne Morris, and Judelle Conley. BACK ROW: Nancy 



Kropp, assistant coach; Terri Klein, Claudia Fischer, Mary Lou 
Scott, Diane Jones, Cathy Brumbaugh, Margaret Heise, Pat 
Watts, Joyce Dettor, Vickie Stambaugh, and Geri Polvino, coach. 



ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 267 




1972 WOMEN'S TENNIS. FRONT ROW: Kim Whitley, Debbie Wil- 
burn, Duana Charles, Vicki Jones, Kama Whittington, Sally Nor- 
ton, and Linda Bussey. BACK ROW: Martha Mullins, coach; 



Nancy Hundley, Patti Hochwalt, Marsha Biljer, Barbara Ricke, 
Kathy Eicher, Barbara Black, and Jenny Sherrod. 



Eastern Girl Netters 
Have Winning Season 



Eastern Kentucky University's women's tennis 
team had another winning season in 1972. 
Coached by Martha Mullins, the girl netters 
ended the season with a 5-3 won-lost record. 
Some of the powerful opposition confronted by 
EKU this year included Indiana University, Uni- 
versity of Louisville, University of Kentucky, and 
Marshall University. 

Patti Hochwalt in her last season at Eastern 
provided stamina in the number one position, 
and was backed by Kathy Eicher, a sophomore 
from Ft. Thomas, in the number two spot. The 
vitality of Kama Whittington, Vicki Jones, and 
Nancy Hundley made up the strength of 
Eastern's middle positions. 



Right: Kama Whittington returns a serve during an important 
match in regular season play. 



268 ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S TENNIS 













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Women Basketballers 
Repeat as Champions 

Patterned offense and strong defense were the 
keys that led Eastern's women's basketball team 
to another winning season. Playing against tough 
competition, EKU's only loss came at the hands 
of the University of Tennessee in a season that 
ended with an impressive 8-1 record. 

Javene Young and Ellen Johns, first-year co- 
coaches of the squad, directed EKU's young 
team to its second straight Kentucky Intercollegi- 
ate Basketball Championship. By downing Mur- 
ray 68-42 in the final game, Eastern advanced to 
the Southern Regional Tournament at Lexington. 

The experience of seniors Debbie Hensley and 
Marsha Sterchi, plus the added height of fresh- 
men, Bernadette Kok, Linda Ruf, and Lynne Mor- 
ris made Eastern a winning combination. 



Left; Barbara Buck brings the ball down court as a Cincinnati 
player pursues in an attempt to intercept. 




1973 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. FRONT ROW: Gloria Westerman, 
manager; Debra Hensley, Vickie Stambaugh, Barbara Lisehora, 
Brenda Ross, Vickie Foley, and Terri McGuire, manager. BACK 






ROW: Javene Young, coach; Barbara Kibler, Linda Ruf, Lynn 
Morris, Bernadette Kok, Marsha Sterchi, Judelle Conley, Barbara 
Buck, and Ellen Johns, coach. 



ATHLETICS/WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 269 



Right: Helen Wiggington jumps high to reach the birdie during a 
game of badminton in Weaver gym. Below: Janet Kalmey maneu- 
vers to get under the volleyball as her teammates prepare to 
assist in the return. 




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270 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




During an intramural paddleball game, Elaine Smith gets in posi- 
tion to hit the ball. 



Women's Intramurals Show 40 Percent Gain 



A greater interest in women's intramurals was 
shown by a 40 percent increase over last year's 
participation. Eastern women eagerly took advan- 
tage of the more diverse program. 

Since most of the teams were involved in more 
than one sport, a point system was devised to 
award trophies to the team and individual who 
had acquired the most points by the end of the 
season. 

In its second year, flag football caused even 



more interest among women who were fasci- 
nated at the idea of playing a "man's" game. 
The Wally Donkers took the championship over a 
tough schedule of competition. 

Included in the other fall sports were tennis, 
soccer and volleyball. Winning the volleyball tour- 
nament for the third year in a row were the Jolly 
Volleys who also claimed the soccer trophy this 
season. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 271 



Basketball Season 
Tops Winter Interests 

After a three-week vacation, EKU women had 
plenty of energy reserved for the second semes- 
ter opening of the intramural program. The most 
popular sport, as usual, was basketball. Teams 
representing dorms, sororities, and independents 
used the hardwood of Weaver Gym for their 
roundball contests. 

As seasons changed, so did the calendar of 
activities for spring. The traditional sports of soft- 
ball, table tennis, paddleball, and badminton 
were responsible for the athletic interests during 
most of the semester. An intriguing new event, 
that of kite flying, was also received with excite- 
ment and enthusiasm as the school term drew to 
a close. 



Vickie Glass, in her serve shows one of the reasons the Jolly Vol- 
leys continue to win at volleyball. 




272 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Deborah Carr makes a forward serve in an attempt to score another point against her 
paddleball opponent. 




Hoping to put her team ahead this player gets ready to return the volley during an 
intramural game in Weaver. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 273 



Ail-Year Trophy Adds 
ntramural Spark 






Participation in the men's intramural program 
continued to increase this year as competition in 
individual and team sports was exhibited with 
more energetic interest. Students turned toward 
athletic endeavors as an escape from the chores 
of schoolwork. 

An all-year trophy point system was estab- 
lished which initiated team spirit and invited a 
determination to win. Fraternities, dorms, and 
independents sponsored teams who took part in 
the nearly two dozen activities offered. 

Fall semester began with a tough schedule of 
contenders in flag football. The three divisional 
champions were: Greek, Phi Delta Theta; Hous- 
ing, Mattox 4; and Independents, Stringbeans. 




During a flag football game Bill Adams attempts to pass as his 
opponent pursues his flag. 



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In Sung Chung displays his ability at table tennis in the co-recrea- 
tional activity. 



274 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Joe Neff checks for a pin during an intramural wrestling meet. 




Players go high in the air to come down with a rebound during a basketball game 
in the auxiliary gym. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 275 



276 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 




Above: John Coyer proudly displays the flag he 
snatched from the belt of his opponent. Right: 
Members of an intramural volleyball team vie for 
the game point. 




Hub Moore reaches high to block his opponent's shot during a 
basketball game on a Begley court. 



Activities Increase as 
Year Wears On 



As the semester progressed, individual effort 
was concentrated on tennis, handball, and pad- 
dleball. Thoughts of claiming a personal victory 
provided the stamina needed for unique contests. 

The fall program was completed when winners 
were determined in volleyball, tug-of-war, swim- 
ming, and cross country. Greek title holders 
included, respectively, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma 
Chi, Delta Upsilon, and Theta Chi. Triumphant 
winners of the housing division were volleyball, 
Commonwealth 13; and tug-of-war, Palmer 6. 
Independent champions were volleyball, Grog; 
tug-of-war, Tribe; swimming, FOG, and cross 
country — Volunteers. 




Intramural wrestlers struggle for control in a single elimination round. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 277 



Second Semester Has 
Full Sports Schedule 



Spring semester brought a full calendar of 
intramural events in which students could take 
an active part. Basketball was the dominant sport 
during the winter months with numerous teams in 
contention for the championship. 

Wrestling, which consisted of six single elimi- 
nation rounds, took its share of male involvement 
with entries in all weight classes. 



Dennis Wolfe takes a break from the action of an intramural bas- 
ketball game to quench his thirst 





Ken Williams tries to avoid the clutches of his oncoming adver- 
sary, James Seabree, in a fast moving football game. 



278 ATHLETICS/ INTRAMURALS 




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Above: In a crucial intramural football 
game, Phil McAfee plans the strategy 
needed for his team to score in the next 
play. Left: During a basketball game 
between two independent teams a player 
tries to steal the ball from his opponent. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 279 




With arms and heads intertwined each of these wrestlers struggle to obtain an 
advantage over his antagonist. 




Martin Hall recreation room is the place where these men are gathered to try for 
the title of Champion Billiard Player of EKU. 



280 ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 





Martin Rec Room became the site for all inter- 
ested "pool sharks" as the billiards tournament 
got underway in February. Weightlifting and table 
tennis also added variety to the agenda of events 
on tap second semester. 

With warm weather came soccer, golf, and 
track to round out the schedule in the intramural 
department. Softball, too, was greeted by inter- 
ested teams and spectators who used the sport 
to take advantage of nice outside afternoons. 

Dorm Pool Tables 
Attract 'Sharks' 



Top: With his eye on the cue ball, Mike Horton anticipates landing 
another ball in the corner pocket to make his lead more secure. 
Above: All hands are in the air as these intramural players battle 
to gain possession of the ball. 



ATHLETICS/INTRAMURALS 281 






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Student Court Acts 
in Traffic Cases 



Eastern's eleven-member student 
court provided a body which interpreted 
the Student Association constitution in 
its theory and practice and afforded stu- 
dents the opportunity to clearly and 
justly air grievances. 

The bulk of court business is con- 
cerned with hearing appeals to campus 
traffic violations. This year's court set a 
precedence of leniency in light of East- 
ern's critical shortage of ample parking 
facilities. 




STUDENT COURT. FRONT ROW: Susan Lewis, Kristie Landis, and Cindy 
Pearse. BACK ROW: John Begley, Bob Gray, chief justice, Jim Hunt, and 
David Kersey. 






284 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT COURT 



Student Association Works for Orderly Change 





Students of Eastern found that successful 
changes in University life can be brought about 
by active involvement in Student Government 
and through established processes. The pur- 
chase of bicycle racks and expanded women's 
self-regulated hours policy are among changes 
supported by the Student Senate that were 
approved by the Board of Regents. The Student 
Association continued active work in other areas 
of student concern, including the housing con- 
tracts and the open visitation policy. 

The Student Senate also gave attention to 
other areas of student concern such as dormi- 
tory personality evaluations, CUC and graduation 
requirements, and the method of registering for 
academic classes. All resources available to Stu- 
dent Government were put to active use in 
another area that concerns student life in Rich- 
mond, the voter registration drive which encour- 
aged students to vote in local elections. Informa- 
tion on drug abuse and pregnancy was provided 
by the Association. 

The Student Senate also worked to end club 
representation in favor of a more representative 
method of electing student senators. 




Above left: Chuck Kelhoffer calls a meeting of the Student Senate 
to order. Opposite and left: President Martin makes one of several 
Student Senate appearances in order to maintain close contact 
with student views. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT ASSOCIATION 285 




Above: Paul Brokaw reads an information sheet passed out at a 
Student Senate meeting. Right: Student Senators listen carefully 
to a proposal before it is put to a vote. 





Student Association Executive Council, Sharon Crews, Chuck 
Kelhoffer, and Larry Cleveland discuss the business of a meeting. 



286 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




STUDENT SENATE. FRONT ROW: Charles I. Kelhoffer, president; 
Thomas Chamberlain, Michael Ray, Robert Burdge, Rosetta 
Lucas, Joseph Ulandy, and Larry Cleveland, student regent. SEC- 
OND ROW: Joyce Sutphin, Jim Holloway, Delight Voignier, 
Rodger Morris, and Danny Lane. THIRD ROW: Paul Brokaw, 
Charlotte Noel, David Gibson, Lee Edgington, Diane Darenkamp, 
Bernard O'Bryan, M. Terry Mann, and Dennis Curran. FOURTH 
ROW: Ralph Bostic, James Tuggle, Edwina Graham, Anne Lay- 
ton, and Doug Czor. FIFTH ROW: Judy Sears, Ray Holt, Dianne 
Rehkamp, Debbie Troutman, Karen Shelton, Jim Haley, Rebecca 



Thomas, and Tina Scent. SIXTH ROW: Steve Doolittle, Susan 
Engler, Patty Early, Debbie Hall, Debbie Higgins, David Fried, 
Steve Slade, Gary McLaughlin, and David Cecil. SEVENTH ROW: 
Doug Black, Gwen Mayes, Jill Votaw, Steve Rowland, J. D. 
Myers, and Carolyn Suit. EIGHTH ROW: Jessie Reiss, Darvin 
Sebastian, Sheila Wathen, Kay White, Pam Robinson, Karen Kar- 
eth, and Donna Lehman. BACK ROW: William Caldwell, Jeff Nor- 
witz, Russell Tapp, Robert Doughty, Hubert Hagan, Barry Carnes, 
Bill Daniel, Barbara Tomblin, Debbie Sparrer, Cindy Stewart, Dor- 
othy Bayer, and Paul Glass. 



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FRONT ROW: Douglas Sjolander, Campus Minister, Dan Hamil- 
ton, Carolyn Finch, Sarah Adams, Jenny Hardin, Kathy Lane, 
Betsy Griffin, Nancy Kaufman, Vicky Stamm, Joy Martin, Claren- 
etta Henderson, Secretary; Debbie Slusher, Bonnie Aboud, and 
Norma Clemmons. SECOND ROW: Bill Daniel, Student Senate 
Representative, Robert Clarke Ward, Barbara Walker, Linda 
Ticher, Betty Sweeney, Sally Wientjes, Sue Hairston, Amy Sadler, 
Faye West, Diane Dodd, Joyce Cooper, and Judy Allen. THIRD 

Baptist Student Union 
Adds New Facility 

The Baptist Student Union purchased a mobile 
classroom building and connected it to the exist- 
ing Center to provide added space for the BSU 
program. The money for this project was raised 
through the pledges and gifts of students, par- 
ents, alumni and other friends. 

The BSU choir presented the folk musical 
Show Me Jesus seven times in churches across 
Kentucky during the fall semester. 

Fifty-one students from Eastern attended the 
BSU State Convention at Bowling Green in Octo- 
ber. The BSU entered a float in the Homecoming 
Parade and their candidate was among the fif- 
teen finalists. 

At Thanksgiving and Christmas the BSU spon- 
sored a Can Cern Campaign to collect food for 
needy Richmond families. 

The Baptist Student Union sponsored pro- 
grams and speakers on Monday and Wednesday 
nights with study and dialogue groups on Tues- 
days and choir practice on Thursdays. Socials 
and coffee houses were sponsored several week- 
ends during the year. 



ROW: Jim Cowan, Crysteen Graziani, Diane Hill, Angela Bender, 
Jerry F. Burke, Lisa Simpson, Lavada Talley, Debbie Plummer, 
Irma Vickers, Debbie Dorsel, and Brenda Wise, FOURTH ROW: 
Tim Patterson, Ed Dunstall, Vicki Martin, John Greever, Connie 
Camp, Nancy Perkins, Darlene Covrington, Jackie Hampton, and 
Mary Karr, BACK ROW: Nancy Tassie, Ron Vanover, Jim Smith, 
Mike James, Garnie Yeager, Jerry Alexander, and Dennis Sills. 




Paul Johnson entertains at one of the Friday night Coffee Houses 
at the BSU Center. 



288 ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIP 



Weekend Activities Fill Wesley Calendar 




The activities ot the Wesley Foundation were 
divided into the regular weekly program and spe- 
cial activities. The regular program began with 
Sunday morning Rap Hour. Sunday night College 
Worship Hour, Monday night dinner and fellow- 
ship, and Wednesday night discussion programs 
completed the routine of the Center. 

The Foundation members took part in three 
retreats during the year. They also held two 
"Helping Thru Caring Weekends" in which the 
members acted as Big Brothers and Sisters to 
orphans from the Methodist Home in Versailles. 

During several Youth Engagement Weekends, 
students spent one weekend becoming an active 
part of a local church program. Another weekend 
took several students to Tupelo, Mississippi. Also 
sponsored by the Center were the Deputation 
Teams. These teams took charge of the morning 
worship service in area Methodist churches. 

Once each month, the Foundation combined 
with the Catholic Newman Center for evenings of 
discussion and entertainment. 

The year was climaxed by the annual Spring 
Banquet, May 1 , with Bishop Frank Robertson of 
the United Methodist Church as the speaker. 



Dr. Bob Miller of the Philosophy Department faculty leads a dis- 
cussion on the Bible and its relevancy at one of his several meet- 
ings with Wesley members. 




FRONT ROW: Alice Montgomery, Pam Hicks, Eileen Fisher, Judy 
Balser, Judy Kay Hansford, and Gail Garner. SECOND ROW: Gini 
Richards, Magraret Newsome, President: Linda Hawksworth, 
Emma Jane Allen, and Jill Noble. THIRD ROW: Belinda Lee 
Jones, Cherie Riddle, Mona Jean Simpson, Gwen Hale, Rebecca 
Haywood, and Mary Glass. FOURTH ROW: Don Coppersmith, 



Jerry Nantz, David Johnson, and Danny Stratton. FIFTH ROW: 
Jim Barlow, Vice President; Ron Davis, David Stratton, Student 
Senate Representative; David S. Smith, Rob Miller, and Mike 
Vance. BACK ROW: Oakie Lee Shepherd, Hal Murray, Ed Strick- 
land, Richard Ott, Clinton A. Jones, and Edward L. Sherman. 



ORGANIZATIONS/FELLOWSHIPS 289 




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FRONT ROW: Sally Mullins, Terry Becker, Libby Wilkins, Sue Beh- 
rens, Liz LeValley, Jane Schork, Claudia Cruse, and Myra Green- 
burg. SECOND ROW: Martha Pryse, Cathy Martin, Sue Clark, 
Sandra Grimes, second vice president; Debbie Rainey, first vice 
president; Jody Rice, recording secretary; Martha Ann Elliott, 
Ellen Perry, Susan Rogers, Debbie Doty, Lorie Tungate, treasurer; 
Becky Rice, president; Terri Berlin, Candy Weaver, Patti Wathen, 
and Peggy Willis. THIRD ROW: Debbie Meade, Colleen Brace, 
Linda Gill, Mary Hoffman, Cindy Fitzgerald, Anne Hazelrigg, Pam 
Hobbs. BACK ROW: Becky Wilson, Gwen Bankston, Diane Rai- 
ney, Brenda Beegle, Sharon Hey, Vicki Raney, Brenda Morris, 
Mary VanArsdall, Marcia Morris, Mary Pam White, Pam Caldwell, 
Janice Patterson, Joan Trimble, Bobbye Weimer, Vanessa Cam- 
bell, and Joyce Forsythe, Lisa Jones. 



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Alpha Delta Pi participated in its annual drive 
for Muscular Dystrophy with Kappa Alpha Order 
and in the all-Greek candle sale for the mentally 
retarded. Also sponsored by ADPi's was an 
adopted Indian child in Mexico. Members helped 
the Jaycees in the Christmas "Toys-for-Tots" 
drive. ADPi's made Thanksgiving baskets for the 
needy families and held the annual Parent's Day 
in November. 

The ADPi's won trophies in the KA's Old South 



Week, the Pike's Bowling Tournament and Gold- 
fish Eating Contest, and the Sigma Chi Derby. 
They were second in the Omega Psi Phi's Pea- 
nut Butter-Eating Contest and placed third in the 
DU's Tricycle Race. The sisters also participated 
in the Theta Chi Volleyball Tournament, Sigma 
Chi's "Big Mac"-Eating Contest, and held their 
annual Nearly Wed Game and Washboard Band 
Contest in the spring. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 291 




Alpha Gam's Sponsor Pep Days 



Alpha Gamma Delta members held their first 
Pep Day in support of the Colonels athletic 
teams in September, and throughout the year 
held Pep Days for each sport. 

AGD sponsored activities to raise money for 
their altruistic project of helping those with Mini- 
mal Brain Dysfunction. The Alpha Gam's also 
acted as co-sponsors with Beta Omicron Gamma 



for the campus Cystic Fibrosis Fund Drive. 

In the spring, AGD members sponsored girls' 
softball tournament. 

They were presented the Dean of Women's 
Sorority Academic Bowl this fall for their attain- 
ment of the highest accumlated point standing 
among Eastern's sororities during the 1972 
spring semester. 



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FRONT ROW: Kathy Holeman, Tim Hall, Gamma man; Jan 
Bedore, second vice-president; Sally Cox. SECOND ROW: Shiela 
Holsclaw, Gail Welch, Peggy Cox, Dave Pendleton, Gamma man; 
Karen Estridge, Darla Vogelsang, Libby Bramlage, recording sec- 
retary; Debbie Curry, Vicki Jones, Steve Mache, Gamma man; 
Marcia Foster, Connie Bauhan, president. THIRD ROW: Ann 
Machin, Judy Schummer, Randi Boone, Debbie Newman, Susan 
Roberts, Jean Schubert, Mary Eversole, treasurer; Jamie Moak, 
Regina Shelton, Terri Silverman, Donna Wester, first vice-presi- 
dent; Betty Ann Rice. BACK ROW: Laurie Weinfurtner, Rick 
Spencer, Gamma man; Donna Kennedy scribe; Sara Welsh, Harry 
Roth, Gamma man; Beth Small, Liz Bryant, Lewellyn Howell, Allen 
Davis, Gamma man; Susan Benson, Debbie Barfield, Pam Kiddoo. 




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AKA 



Wanda Berry, Virenda Cuningham, Anna Connors, Yvette, John 
son, vice president; Lasandra Ridley, president; Gayle Lyttle, sec- 
retary; Joan Ray, corresponding secretary; Linda Behanam, 
Sharon Stroud, Mary Etta Ferman, Gwen Riffe, treasurer; Teresa 
Searcy, Karren Pope, Debra Hawkins, Linda Boatnght, Ruth 
Meadows, Esther Houser, and Toni Chambers. 



294 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




AKA Sponsors Arts, Crafts Project 



Alpha Kappa Alpha, the oldest black Greek-let- 
ter sorority, was chartered on Eastern's campus 
in April of 1971 . Their motto, "Service to all Man- 
kind" was exemplified through their community 
service projects including an arts and crafts pro- 
ject for the underprivileged children of the Rich- 
mond community. 



The sisters also sponsored the third annual 
Miss Black Richmond Pageant, and an Hawaiian 
Luau from which the proceeds were given to 
their scholarship fund. The sisters took pride in 
winning first-place in the KDT's She-Male Con- 
test and placing second in the talent show spon- 
sored by the "Pearls" of Omega Psi Phi. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 295 




Beta Theta Pi Activities Aid Children 



The brothers of Beta Theta Pi held a city-wide 
cyclethon to raise money for the Kentucky Asso- 
ciation for Retarded Children. Other civic pro- 
jects included a food drive and a Halloween 
party for the children at Cardinal Valley Hospital, 
Lexington. 



An annual football tournament for Eastern's 
Greeks and an invitational basketball tournament 
between surrounding Beta Theta Pi chapters 
were among the many sport activities. A Home- 
coming party and a spring formal highlighted the 
year's social events. 



296 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Michael Turner, treasurer; Danny Legel, Bob 
Gruner, Roger Hogg, Alice Moore, sweetheart; Don Harvey, Greg 
Brown, Don Elliot, Harry Roth, John Nelson, Jim Cleveland, 
Frankie Nunn, Steve Miller, Rod Gaines, and Allen Davis. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mark Spillman, Phil Trzop, Danny Anders, Pete Trzop, 
Norm Gerlack, Andre Kinney, Brad Stroffregen, Mike Osborne, 
Rich Case, Steve Macke, and Dennis Doggett, president. BACK 
ROW: Mide O'melia, Gary Combs, Bill Helm, Rick Von Handorf, J. 
R. May, Bob Ruffner, Bob Green, John Lanier, Richard Whitaker, 
Buck Denney, corresponding secretary; Mike Campbell, and Bob 
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FRONT ROW: Tom Blevins, Ricky Perry, Howard Hallinan, Keith 
Roberts, Dave Wurfel, Charles C. Meade, Keith Perry, Cindy Hop- 
kins, sweetheart; Steve H. McCombs, Mike Davis, Steve Fore, 
Danny Masden, Art Smith, second vice-president; Charles H. 
Colehour. SECOND ROW: Steve Lentz, James Shoup, treasurer; 
Gregg Gellhaus, Kevin Martello, George Costas, Darrell Hurd, 



Mike Wood, John Roberts, Jerry Engle, Bill Bertram. Charlie 
Edwards, first vice-president. THIRD ROW: James Wheeler, Mike 
Crane, Mike Speck, Bob Salera, Mike Hughes, recording secre- 
tary; Joe Rapp, Blaine Kelley, Charlie Abner, Ronnie Abner, Mike 
Schilling, Robert Moore, president; Lloyd Peniston, Dave Runyon. 



298 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





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BOG Petitions SAE 



The BOG County Fair and the dance that fol- 
lowed highlighted once again the fall for Beta 
Omicron Gamma. Also in the fall, the BOG's 
together with the Alpha Gam's, sponsored the 
campus Cystic Fibrosis Drive. The Boggers spon- 
sored Halloween and Christmas parties for chil- 
dren at Telford Community Center. 

The only remaining local fraternity on campus, 
BOG petitioned Sigma Alpha Epsilon for a 
national charter. During the second semester 
they sponsored a soccer tournament and a 
dance. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 299 





Sharon Fields, corresponding secretary; Annbruce King, trea- 
surer; Pam Hawkins, Sarah Weathers, Lenetta Lacaden, Veronica 
Gayle, president; Wynella Camp, vice president; and Elaine Mack, 
sergeant at arms. 



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Delta Sig's Sponsor 
Kidney Fund Drive 

Delta Sigma Theta began its year with the 
annual "Hobo Dance." Also an annual fall event, 
the "Club Zodiac" tea was held to acquaint 
freshman women with sorority life. 

As a service project, the Delta Sig's sponsored 
a drive to raise money for the Kidney Fund. 
Among other service projects was the Scholar- 
ship Dance held to finance a scholarship which 
the sorority presented to a freshman who made a 
notable academic achievement. 



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Delta Upsilon Stresses 
Alumni Involvement 




In September, the brothers of Delta Upsilon 
sponsored their annual Bike Race. Riders com- 
peted for trophies in both bicycle and tricycle 
races. The DU's also involved faculty members 
by having a special bicycle race for them. DU's 
placed second in the Beta Theta Pi Football 
Tournament and won the Intramural Swimming 
meet. 

The brothers stressed involvement of their 
alumni in all fraternity activities and held several 
parties to encourage alumni participation. 

The DU's service projects included involve- 
ment in the Greek Candle Sale for retarded chil- 
dren and a party for underprivileged children at 
the Telford Community Center. 

This spring, the DU's sponsored a Girls' Soft- 
ball Tournament and a spring formal on a river- 
boat in Cincinnati 



FRONT ROW: Pat Masters, Jim Mackenzie, Steve Fritsch, Roger 
Schomaker. Tom Minnich, Fred Perkins, Dieter Carlton, Allen 
Bokelman, Ed Shock, Mike Harbove. SECOND ROW: Brian Kenni- 
son, Terry Wyatt, Jeff Mitchell, Greg Combs, Robert Hambly, Jay 
Vedelli, Robby Rice, Olen Brake, Joe Hardy, Jim Fell. BACK 
ROW: Mike Alley, Linda Morris, sweetheart; Mike Moser, Dave 
Zimmerman, Jim Reese, Greg Stoner, Bruce Feather, Jerry Scar- 
ing, Bernie Harbula, Dave Bokelman, Mike Kline, Robert Collins, 
Steve Kirk. 




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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 303 




©X Float Wins Originality Award: 



The brothers of Theta Chi began their year on 
a positive note by winning the Originality Award 
for their Homecoming float. Social events for the 
year included a Homecoming party, a Christmas 
party, a grape and grain party, and a year-end 
spring formal. 



Athletically, Theta Chi's were active as they 
participated in their second annual Volleyball 
Tournament and a basketball tourney with other 
Theta Chi chapters around the area. The fraterni- 
ty's cross country team placed first in intramural 
play. 



304 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





FRONT ROW: Bill McHugh, Roderick Barnard, Bill Seip, Tom 
Chaney, Bob Dryer, David Dennis, Jim Upton, Dane Secrest, Ben 
Johnson, Peter Olivieri, Karen Bailey, Dream Girl; Wes Arnold, Bill 
Pickett, Danny R. Babb, Randy Jewell, Jeff Creed, Don West, and 
Bruce Copley. SECOND ROW: Terry Trimble, Bob Manes, Jeff 
Barnett, Phil Shoemaker, Dave Wibbels, Greg Woodward, Macy 
Willis, Richard Donoghue, Gary Laubenthal, Tim Coen, Hub 
Moore, Wayne Bailey, president; Mark Cowman, and Clark Ash- 
worth. BACK ROW: Gerald Paul, Sam Mosley, Rob Chesley, Clint 
Jones, Jeff Martz, and treasurer; Keith Coleman, Doe Park, Joe 
Knight, Mark Relken, and Chris Campbell. 



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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 305 




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FRONT ROW: Little Sisters of Crimson Cross; Charleen Martin, 
Joyce Shipman, Sharyn Papst, Cecie Pearce, Susan Palmer Buis, 
Kathy Noble. SECOND ROW: Day Hammons, Bobbi Shum, Joh-i 
netta Geoghegan, KA Rose; Mary Van Arsdall, Patti Wathen, 
Kandy Clay, Candy Weaver, Marty Jo Peyton. THIRD ROW: Andy 
Drout, Bob Durrett, Tom Cole, Mike Buis, Jeff Settle, recording 
secretary; Eddie Miller, vice-president; Leo Midden, Bobby 
Thompson, Lee Martin, Greg Cutlip, Greg Warren, C. B. Upton, 
Carlos Mareno, Randy Gumme. FOURTH ROW: Don Jones, Jim 
Rhea, Alan Upton, Jim Barnett, Barry Stoess, president; Barry 
Jett, David Haydon, Buck Kidwell, Mike Mcintosh, Tom Blincoe, 
Gene Carver. FIFTH ROW: Steve Grey, Larry Karp, Liza Clark, 
Dave Etheredge, Bill Blackburn. 



306 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




KA Cannon Supports Football Team 



Football games were enlivened by the sound 
of cannon fire, as the Kappa Alpha Order sup- 
ported each Colonel score with its cannon from 
the sidelines. 

During Homecoming, the brothers held a party 
and reception for their alumni. They held a 
Christmas Party, as well as many parties and 
mixers throughout the year. 

Kappa Alpha sponsored the "Cool Hand 
Luke" Egg Eating Contest and the Chugging 
Contest. In the spring, the Order held their 



annual Old South Week which featured the Girls' 
Olympics and a parade. 

In the area of community service, the KA's 
were active. They returned to Appalachia to aid 
the Christian Appalachian Project. They were 
active in the Muscular Dystrophy Drive and the 
Candle Sale for Mental Retardation. The brothers 
also raised funds to send a crippled child to 
Camp Kysoc, sponsored by the Kentucky Society 
for Crippled Children. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 307 




FRONT ROW: Marly Jo Payton, Topsey Robinson, Sue Otto, Elea- 
nor Gray, Debbie Hartman, Sally Cooplan, Barbara Bracken, 
president; Bonne Hopkins, Laurie Bishop, Debbie Bailey, Debbie 
Ridenour, recording secretary. SECOND ROW: Cathy Carmen, 
Gigi Bradford, Brenda Ridenour, Jackie Burleson, Cathy Collins, 
Linda Fitzer, first vice-president; Donna McGinnis, Sara Griesch, 
Karen Kranz, Debbie Bathiany, Vikki Sweny. THIRD ROW: Bar- 
bara Gibson, Steffani Kwozolla, Debbie Cupp, Nancy Burch, cor- 
responding secretary; Marty Nicholson, Marilyn Sorrels, Jayne 
Marlowe, Margie Moeres, Debbie Hricko, Karen Quail, Jan Whol- 
len, Tippy Cannon, Peggy Mathis, Debbie McKinney, Pat Bennett, 
treasurer; Pam Goble. FOURTH ROW: Vickie Gatton, Pam 
Yeager, Karen Peters, second vice-president; Claudia Roberts, 
Barbara Phillips, Debbie MacKenzie. 



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Kappa Alpha Theta Has Parents' Weekend 



Kappa Alpha Theta won first-place in the float 
competition at the Sigma Chi Derby, in which a 
sister, Mary Stevens, was crowned queen. Kappa 
Alpha Theta also placed second in the DU Bike 
Race and members were also active in numerous 
other Greek activities. 

In November, Kappa Alpha Theta hosted its 
annual Parents Weekend during which parents 
attended the football game with the sorority. The 
girls in Kappa Alpha Theta have led the Greeks 



with the highest academic average two of the 
past three semesters. 

The Thetas held several parties for mentally 
retarded children and helped with the candle sale 
for the Mental Retardation Association sponsored 
by Richmond's Jaycees. The sorority continued 
its annual support for the National Institute of 
Logopedics, which deals with speech problems 
in children. In the spring the girls again aided the 
Jaycees on Honey Sunday. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 309 




Kappa Alpha Psi Institutes Kappa Week 



The annual Hot Pants Dance highlighted the 
fall for Kappa Alpha Psi. The brothers also spon- 
sored a Children's Picnic and worked in the New 
Liberty Convalescent Home. Further service pro- 
jects included the candle sale for retarded chil- 
dren and a Thanksgiving dance in Lexington. 
The proceeds from this dance were donated to a 
needy Richmond family. The brothers were also 
active with Project Pal with Richmond area chil- 
dren. 



Second semester was enlivened by the intro- 
duction of Kappa Week. During this week the i 
brothers sought to promote their fraternity by j 
exposing its many aspects to the University com- \ 
munity. Another feature of Kappa Week was the i 
Guide Right Program. The purpose of this pro- 
gram was to encourage Richmond area children 
to develop an interest in higher education. Kappa i 
Week was climaxed by the Black and White Ball. 



310 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Jose H. Grinage III, Marshall L. Bush, Robert "Bobby" Brown, 
Commandant; Larry Smith, Michael "Pierre" Horton, Assistant 
Commandant; Ronald Shelton, Oliver Buckner, John Payne, Reed 
D. Kimbrough, Mervin Lewis, Sylvester Brown, Jesse Reed III, Joe 
Washington. 




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Kappa Delta Celebrate 75th Anniversary 



During the year, the KD's participated in the 
DU Bike Race, Beta Theta Pi Football Tourna- 
ment, Theta Chi Volleyball Tournament, won first 
place in the BOG's County Fair, and won the 
Spirit Award for the Sigma Chi Derby. The annual 
KD Dating Game and the Spring's Smile Week 
were again held by the pledges. 

The sisters of Kappa Delta celebrated their 
75th national anniversary with a banquet at UK. 



Kappa Delta was established October 23, 1897 
in Farmville, Virginia. 

Kappa Delta's service activities included con- 
tributions to a crippled children's hospital, partici- 
pation in the All-Greek Candle Sale, the Beta 
Theta Pi Cyclethon for the retarded, and sale of 
Christmas seals during the end of the first 
semester. 



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FIRST ROW: Vikki Neal, vice-president; Ginny Hillman, Debbie 
Wade, Linda Hern, Vicki McDonald, Kathy Benton, Debbie Badis- 
hian, Cathi Jones, Lynda Bertram, Jan Stacy, Pam Allen, Sally 
Norton. SECOND ROW: Sharyn Papst, president; Carol Isaacs, 
Marsha Belger, Joyce Shipman, Alice Moore, treasurer; Toni 
Lewis, Cathy Crane, Diane Donohue, Mary Ann Miller, Pam Sim- 
coe, Patty Demko, Becky Collins, Cathy Roach. THIRD ROW: 
Barbara McNabb, Linda Kibbey, Jan Doss, Barbara Ricke, Ruth 
Hays, Patty Mavity, Joy Lynn Stratton, Becky Ricketts, Rita Sut- 
phin, Kay Hammons, Teresa Fowler, Vickie Fritz. FOURTH ROW: 
Dawn Crisp, Marsha Partusch, Jill Frey, secretary; Jennie 
McBrayer, Rosetta Catlett, Paulette Ross, Patty Meyer, Nadine 
Brewer, Joey Doss, Karen Hamilton, Cindy Hopkins, Cecie 
Pearce, Sue Taglauer, Debbie McDonald, Ronda Grueninger, 
Sherry Parsons, Marcia Rentz, Robin Hamilton, Pam Clifford. 
FIFTH ROW: Betty Elam, Faith Scott, Tish. Kelly, Sally Harrison, 
Judy Ehrenberg, Bobbie Schum, Carol Hirtzinger, Jill Whicker. 




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Pikes Publish Dream Girl Calendar 



As one of the year's activities, Pi Kappa Alpha 
published their first Dream Girl Calendar. Also 
new this year was the first annual Pike's Peek 
Week. 

The Pikes continued other annual events. 
Among them were the Goldfish-Eating Contest 



and the Pie-Eating Contest. As a service project 
they sponsored a Christmas party for underprivi- 
leged Richmond children. Among the social 
events of the year were the Dream Girl Ball, the 
Parents Banquet, and a Hells Angel's Party at 
Jenny Wiley State Park. 



314 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Jerry Smith, Dave Rowland, Steve Wright, Phil 
McAfee, Mark Anthony DeToma, Lori Tungate, dream girl; Walter 
Mynhier, Paul McKee, Jon Thalman, president; Bill Hughes, sec- 
retary; Jerry Morter, vice president; Rudy Kays, treasurer; John 
O'Nan, Duby Hughes, Ken Ritter, and Tyne Bandwell. SECOND 
ROW: Tony Decandia, Mike Pulliam, Greg Gibbs, Steve Weyrich 



Randy Quinn, Steve Beban, Roger Green, Dan Sabad, Ron 
Weber, Tom Gray, Tom Zimmer, and John Kramer. THIRD ROW: 
Stuart Williamson, Kenny Long, Tom Morton, George Taylor, Paul 
Glass, Bob Mauney, Robert Knight, Gary Fanning, Rick Ruh, Roc 
Irey, Jim Mynhier, David Coleman and Mike Bradley. 



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FRONT ROW: Sally Jeffers, sweetheart; James Bell, and Darrell 
Richardson SECOND ROW: Charles W. Griffin, James A. Uthe, 
Stephen F. Brown, Terry Routson, Eddy Eaton, Larry Cleveland, 
commander; and Dave Conrad. THIRD ROW: James C. Bisig, 
Michael P. Roe, Anthony Q. Newton, Gary L. Powell, Doug 
Coontz, Ron Atkins, Gary Brooks, and Rob Curry. BACK ROW: 
Dennis Smith, treasurer; David Young, Gary Newton, David Fogt, 
lieutenant commander; David Trudell, Arnold Witt, Don 
McReynolds, Mark Mattox, Dan Shank, and Danny Harrell. 



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Service Spotlights Sigma Nu's Activities 



Civic service projects highlighted Sigma 
Nu's year as the brothers participated in the 
drive to aid the underprivileged. The brothers 
held a Christmas party for deprived Richmond 
children, gathered canned food for Thanksgiv- 
ing baskets, aided in the Richmond Jaycee's 
Honey Sunday, and participated in the IFC- 
Panhellenic candle sale with proceeds going to 
aid mentally retarded children. 



Social events of the year included a Fabulous 
Fifties Party, White Rose Formal, Parent's Day, 
and get-togethers with other Sigma Nu chapters 
around the state. Other activities were the annual 
Powder Puff Football Game, an All-Greek Pocket 
Billiards tournament, and the bike ride to the 
Western game at Bowling Green carrying the 
game football to the coach. 



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UNICEF Drive 



The brothers of Sigma Chi began the year in a 
big way with the annual Sigma Chi Derby where 
Mary Stephens was crowned queen. Also during 
the tall semester, the Sigma Chi's were active in 
many service projects. They held a leaf-raking to 
raise funds for their national service project, Wal- 
lace Village. At Halloween the brothers collected 
money for UNICEF. They also participated in the 
candle sale for retarded children. 

Sigma Chi won its sixth title as champions in 
the tug-of-war. The All-Sports Trophy was 
awarded to Sigma Chi for the fifth year. The sec- 
ond annual Warehouse Dance highlighted the 
second semester. 



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FRONT ROW: Joe Bartolutti, Robby Click, Danny Epp. SECOND 
ROW: Jim Schumacher, Dan Nicolet, Charlie Frazee, Bev Disney, 
Guy Botts, Gordon Green, Bob Babbage, Mac Nickson, Bill Sal- 
lee. THIRD ROW: Jim Dingus, Dave Keifer, Bart Brown, Kim 
Charleston, Steve Sells, Gary Campbell, Mark Lawler, Woody 
Lovell, Larry Frallee, Jim Ross, Gordon L. Jett, Bob Wheeler, 
Micky Mills, Jim Epifino. BACK ROW: Rick Wirtz, Jim Meadors, 
Bugs Wilson, Ronny Bottom, Mike Reed 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 319 




Feke's Present Free Movies 



During Orientation, Halloween, Christmas, and 
Easter, the brothers ot Tau Kappa Epsilon pres- 
ented free movies to the student body. The 
Teke's held their third annual Amateur Photogra- 
phy Contest in December and sponsored the 
fourth annual academic Bowl with a $100 schol- 
arship as the first prize. 

For two money-making projects, the Teke's 



published their second "TEKE Guide To Fresh- 
men Women" and made candles and sold them 
at Christmas. Among their sports activities, the 
brothers sponsored a fraternity basketball tourna- 
ment. 

As one of the Teke's service projects, they 
brought handicapped children to several Eastern 
games. 



320 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Rick Haggard, Rick Campbell, David Davis, Galib 
Kawaja, Bill Adams, Jo Ann Fox, sweetheart; Terry Sullivan, presi- 
dent; Robert Hawley, Anthony Newsome, Jim Overmiller, Mike 
Weidrick, and Dave Horton. SECOND ROW: Ron Seiter, David M. 
Peters, secretary; Ken Wright, Bob McCoun, Tim Hall, Martin Bar- 
sotti, treasurer; Ray Spenilla, vice president; Rex Dunn, and Bob 
Moffett. BACK ROW: Ken Steggeman, John Roberts, Rick Moore, 
Larry Anderson, Keith Buehner, Dave Taylor, Mike Townsend, 
Randy Randolph, Dave Feldhaus, and Art Bolton. 



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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 321 




FRONT ROW: Joe West, Gene Budzonsky, Jack McCully, Phil 
Trass, P. D. Ballard, Joe Akin, Jim Greenup, and John Toland. 
BACK ROW: Pete Burris, Sam Gano, Ralph Bostick, Rick Neltner, 
Kenny Bleevitt, Rick Johnston, Terry Johnson, president; Bob 
Fricker, Ellen Glasstord, sweetheart; Bill Dye, Barry Mauntel, Bob 
Carens, Jeep McFarland, Rick Spriggs, Robin Wooltenden, Mar- 
shall Garrett, Steve Glasstord, Kenny Walters, Billy Covington, 
Mike Tucker, Jeff Palm, Tom-Reed, and Kim Mack. 



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322 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Phi Delts Honor Fall Sorority Pledges 



The brothers of Phi Delta Theta honored fall 
sorority pledges with their second annual "Rose 
Presentation." Service projects included aiding in 
the All-Greek Candle Sale to raise money for the 
mentally retarded and holding a Spring Clean-up 
Day for the Richmond Boy and Girl Scout Camp. 



Christmas was brightened by the presence of 
the Phi Delts' Santa Claus and group caroling. 
Other activities included sponsoring a softball 
tournament, a greased-pig contest, and the Tur- 
tle Derby. Phi Delts also won the fraternity divi- 
sion of intramural flag football. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 323 





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FRONT ROW: Jo Ann Jeffers, president; Patty Holderman, Sharon 
Duft, Mary Ruth Hopson. SECOND ROW: Kathy Mayer, Annette 
Thieman, Janis McNulty, Pat Mitchell, Carolyn Chandler, Nancy 
Boggs, Kathy Stephens, Karla Strong, Patty Vice, Trinna Forbis, 
Georgene Riddle. BACK ROW: Nancy Bibelhausen, Gail Kimball, 





Kay Johnson, Helen Wigginton, Sharon Stephens, treasurer; 
Susan Kenny, Judy Schneider, vice president; Cheri Norris, Doro- 
thy Patterson, corresponding secretary; Susan Young, Vicki 
Corum, Debbie Begley, recording secretary. 



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324 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 








Phi Mu Joins Eastern's Greeks 



In October, Phi Mu Phi, Eastern's colony of Phi 
Mu national sorority received official recognition 
as a campus organization. Immediately, the Phi 
Mu's became active participants in campus and 
community affairs. They won the Best Booth and 
Spirit trophies at BOG County Fair. The sisters 
participated in the Theta Chi Volleyball Tourna- 
ment, TKE Basketball Tournament, Pike Goldfish 
Eating Contest and other Greek activities. Phi Mu 



initiated the Sadie Hawkins Day Chase. 

In the area of service, the Phi Mu's were also 
active. They participated in the Candle Sale on 
behalf of the mentally retarded and held a drive 
to raise money for HOPE, the national Phi Mu 
philanthropy. Phi Mu also sponsored a Jesse 
James Kidnap for the Jaycees Toys-for-Tots 
Drive. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 325 




Chi Omega Hosts Faculty Tea 



The sisters of Chi Omega experienced a busy 
and enlightening year, placing second in spirit in 
the Sigma Chi Derby, second in BOG County 
Fair, and second in the Beta Theta Pi Football 
Tournament. Chi Omega placed first in the Theta 
Chi Volleyball Tournament, Omega Psi Phi's Pea- 
nut Butter Eating Contest and won the Beau- 
ty Award for their Homecoming float. The high 
light of the fall semester was the first annual Fac- 
ulty Tea. Each sorority member invited her favor- 



ite professor for punch and "brownies." Chi O's 
also sponsored their fourth annual Happy Dan 
and their yearly swim meet. 

The Chi O's assisted in the community effort to 
collect Toys-for-Tots at Christmas and had tre- 
mendous success in the Greek Candle Sale for 
retarded children. 

Frances Adams, a Chi O sister, toured armed 
forces bases overseas with Bob Hope's Christ- 
mas show. 



326 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Debbie Fincel, Jackie Epley, Patty Riggs, Janet 
Knipple, Angela Kern. SECOND ROW: Jenny Ramey, Jean Hemp- 
fling, Judy Webster, Connie Lykins, Pat Rebold, Sheila Easterday, 
Mona McNees, Cindy Baltzley, Debi Langdon, Robyn Marinelli, 
Barbara Kmberger, Carla Swope. THIRD ROW: Hokey Hensley, 
Jan Strickland, Sue Perazzo, Ellen Glassford, Jerri Sellers, Mary 
Ellen Blizzard, Debbie Pearson, treasurer; Sally Jetfers, Karrol 
Guy, Mary Huber, Judy Noe, Becky Losh, Lisa Davis, Debra 



Elmore, Kathie Kandle. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Kidd, Laura Knight, 
Kim Chiaramonte, Jane C Dulworth, Connie Black, Kay Daugh- 
erty, Carol Cole, Kathy Noble, Bonnie Gray, Patti Hicks, Marilyn 
Eby, Brenda Norman, Kim Osland, Judy Hamilton, Brenda Clark, 
Gail Wasson, Lynn Risk. BACK ROW: Patty Cleaver, Barbara 
Buck, Marsha Sterchi, Susan Flowers, Pat Erwin, president; Anne 
Furr, vice-president; Karen Bailey, Frances Adams, secretary; 
Susan Hagan, Jayne Bangs, Vicki Rice, and Pat Parker. 



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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 327 




Omega's Hold Essay Contest 



The Omega's worked throughout the year to 
fulfill their purpose of racial uplift through cultural 
achievement and inspiration. Among their service 
activities was the Sickle-cell Anemia Donation 
Drive. Another service project of the fraternity 
was the "National Achievement Essay Writing 
Contest" in which they awarded a scholarship to 



a Madison County High School student. 

The Omega's still found time for play, however. 
They sponsored a Peanut-Butter Eating Contest 
for the other fraternities and sororities. They also 
held their annual Homecoming Dance and the 
annual spring Black Collegiate Ball. 



328 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




FRONT ROW: Chester W. Miller, basileus; James E. Sebree, Jr., 
Jimi Jones, Stanford T. Mullen, Jr. BACK ROW: Al McFarland, 
vice-basileus; James Ballew, James C. Madden, keeper of peace; 
Andrew W. Rice, Michael L. Mason, keeper of records and seals. 






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ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 329 



nterfraternity Council Expands Efforts 



The Interfraternity Council expanded its efforts 
to improve cooperation and communication 
between Eastern's fraternities by sponsoring a 
series of workshops and seminars involving offi- 
cers concerned with various aspects of fraternity 
management and discussing problems and arriv- 
ing at possible solutions through group interac- 
tion. The IFC sponsored its second All-Greek 
Service Project with the candle sale November 
22. An academic trophy was presented each 




"Doc" Barsotti discusses off-campus fraternity housing dur- 
ing a meeting of the Interfraternity Council 



semester to the fraternity with the highest com- 
posite grade point average, as well as an individ- 
ual $50 scholarship. Other projects included a 
free street dance during fall registration week, 
joint efforts to increase fraternity membership, 
and assistance in the "Hanging of the Greens" 
program. IFC coordinated all fraternity activities 
and sought to gain progress of the fraternity sys- 
tem on campus through varied programs uniting 
existing members and attracting independents. 




FRONT ROW: James A. Epifano, and Bill Hughes. SECOND ROW: Jim 
Dingus, treasurer; and Phil Hicks, vice president. THIRD ROW: Larry 
Cleveland, president; Keith Early, and David M. Peters. FOURTH ROW: 
Bruce Copley, Ralph Bostic. and Kenny Thomas. FIFTH ROW: John 
Lanier, Barry Stoess, and Sylvester Brown Jr. SIXTH ROW: Frankie L. 
Nunn, Bruce Crump, and Charlie Edwards. SEVENTH ROW: Robert G. 
Curry, Robert B. Kelley, and Larry O Heinzelman. BACK ROW: Ste- 
phen Kirk, John Payne, and Danny Epp. 



330 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 




Panhellenic Council 
Sponsors State Day 



In late September, Panhellenic sponsored Pan- 
hellenic State Day, where members from around 
the state met for conferences on Greek affairs. 
Working along with IFC, Panhellenic co-spon- 
sored a freshman dance and aided in the All- 
Greek Candle Sale. Other activities included 
sponsoring the Miss Eastern Pageant, publishing 
"Pan Scan," a Panhellenic magazine, and hold- 
ing their annual Panhellenic Dinner. 




Libby Wilkins, Sharon Fields, Pam Kiddoo, Joyce Forsythe, Carla 
Swope, Sharon Stroud, Debra Hawkins, Debra Elmore, Sue Otto, 
Darla Vogelsang, Linda Bertram, Kay Daugherty, Vicki McDonald, 
and Barb Gibson. 



Carla Swope, president of Panhellenic, participates in the initia- 
tion ceremony for new pledges into the Greek system. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 331 



Rush Initiates Greek Life 









Top: Phi Mu actives present a skit for the entertainment of their 
rushees. Above: Interested girls attend the Phi Mu Rush party to 
meet the girls of the sorority and join in the fun. 



332 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





Left: Mike Horton describes Kappa Alpha Psi to two interested 
students. Above: Rush also offers a time for clowning around as 
this Chi O demonstrates. Below: All the sororities sing together to 
welcome new pledges into the fold. 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 333 



Contests Add Spice to Greek Life 





Top: Contestants representing Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Theta 
swallow one more egg in the Egg Eating Contest Above: After 
too many goldfish this contestant gives up and collapses in a cor- 
ner. Right: Spectators watch and laugh as Mel Boyd swallows a 
slippery fish in the Goldfish Eating Contest. 




334 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 





Left: Two Theta Chi's make last minute adjustments on their bikes 
as they prepare to ride in the Delta Upsilon Bike Race. Above: 
Mary Stephens is crowned Queen ot the Sigma Chi Derby Below: 
The girls of Kappa Alpha Theta wave their flag and cheer to cele- 
brate their victory in the Powder Puff Football Game 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 335 




Sigma Chi Derby Offers Varied Activities 





Top: Representatives ot various sororities search for their lavaliers in the mud trough at Sigma Chi Derby. Above, right, and left: Contest- 
ants participate in the Egg Drop representing Kappa Alpha Theta. 



336 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



'Steppin' Marks Greek Week, Homecoming 





Kappa Alpha Psi members "Step" in the University Center plaza 
to celebrate the Greek Week and to welcome returning students. 




Sigma Chi judge, Bob Roberts, decides the winner in the Musical 
Ice Buckets contest of the Sigma Chi Derby. 



ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 337 




Above: Dave Davis clears ground from the Million Park area. 
Right: Chi Omega battles Kappa Alpha Theta in the TKE Basket- 
ball Tournament. Below: A fraternity brother explains his organi- 
zation to interested independents. 





338 ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 



Greeks Offer Service, Athletics 




Left: Theta Chi and Sigma Nu fight for 
a basket in the Greek Intramural Divi- 
sion. Below: Dave Young of Sigma Nu 
tosses a pass as his fraternity battles 
Kappa Alpha Psi in flag football 




ORGANIZATIONS/GREEKS 339 



K-Mates Give 
Party for Kids 



K-Mates was a new service 
organization on campus this 
year. They started off with a 
note card sale to raise money. 
In October, in association with 
the Child Welfare Board, K- 
Mates gave a Halloween party 
for the underprivileged chil- 
dren. The close of the first 
semester brought a candy sale 
to raise money for other pro- 
jects. 

The beginning of the second 
semester was marked by the 
membership drive. In the mid- 
dle of February the group 
decided to merge K-Mates with 
Circle K. Together the new 
group visited Shriner's Hospital 
and presented an Easter Egg 
Hunt in Richmond. 



Several K-Mates color eggs to be used In 
the annual Easter Egg Hunt for children. 




LEFT ROW: Gloria Wagner, sponsor, Diana Pachin, Cathy Shay, Angle Delaney, Caroline 
Fisher and Sue Duff. CENTER ROW: Faye Cufford, president and sergeant at arms; Cathy 
Conroy, vice president; Karen Kareth, student senate representative; Denise Blevens, his- 
torian; Barbara Eisenmenger, secretary and treasurer. RIGHT ROW: Judith Brown, spon- 
sor, Sue Mantel, Vicky Stamm, Deborah Simpson, Ann Jolly, Linda K. Baker. 




340 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Bill Balmos, communications; Dennis Curran, stu- 
dent senate; Garnie Yeager, corresponding secretary; Merle 
Johnson, recording secretary; Tom Wardell, president; Susan 
Shrader, sweetheart; Willard Mullins, executive vice president; 
David Lane, vice president of committees; Jo Hewlett, treasurer; 



Steve Dutf, board member at large; Tom Combs, sergeant at 
arms, BACK ROW: Rick Nally, Mike Weidrick, Mike Kelly, Ed Del- 
aney, Steve Seithers, Phil Jared, Thomas Norvell, Vernon Duty, C 
Q. Morrison, Guy M. Beaver, John D. Broot 



Circle K Bikes to Austin Peay Football Game 




Circle K reported another successful year in 
72-73. The fall activities began when the mem- 
bers worked as orientation guides during the first 
week of the semester. The group had a bike ride 
to Austin Peay State University for the benefit of 
Multiple Sclerosis in late September. They were 
once again in charge of the warehouse for build- 
ing floats during Homecoming Week. They also 
had their annual Peanut Day at Homecoming. 
The semester was capped with a three-week 
fund-raising drive for Christmas Seals. 

The spring semester saw the merger of the K- 
Mates into Circle K. The group had a party for 
the children at Shriner's Hospital in Lexington, 
visited their foster child in Eastern Kentucky, did 
clean-up work at the city park at Lake Reba, and 
they held their annual Easter Egg Hunt for the 
children of Madison County. 



An EKU security officer checks the beginning mileage before the 
Bike Ride as Circle K members Dan Glier, Joe Hewlett, Steve 
Duff, David Lane, and Tom Combs watch. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 341 



Men's Interdorm 
Seeks Improvement 

Men's Interdormitory Council drew the various 
dormitory councils together as a central govern- 
ing body. The Council strove to improve living 
conditions and study habits within the residence 
halls. Through support of the highest standards 
of conduct among all men, the Council encour- 
aged their further academic and social achieve- 
ment. 

The Men's Interdorm Council met monthly 
with the administrators dealing with the men's 
dorms. These meetings were for two-way com- 
munication between the students and the admin- 
istration. At these meetings, the members of the 
Interdorm Council stressed physical improve- 
ments in the men's dorms. Throughout the year 
they also worked to see that each residence hall 
took full advantages of the recreation programs. 

Below: Steve Hurley, president of Men's Inter-dormitory Council 
discusses plans for the improvement with Dean James Allen. 




FRONT ROW: Joe Hewlett, Jerry Taylor, Steve Bandura, Jr.; 
Kevin Gorley, and Mike Stewart. SECOND ROW: Joe Hibbard, Art 
LeFevers, and Gary Garman. THIRD ROW: Rick Nally, Jesse 
McPherson, Steve Hurley, president; and Ken Griffin. FOURTH 
ROW: Charles H. Colehour, secretary; William J. Neat, David 
Nicholas, and Gary L. Lynn. FIFTH ROW: Gary Dalton Milby, 
Steve Doolittle, and Jon Randol, vice president. SIXTH ROW: 
Wayne Tamme, Craig Gnadinger, James P. Reeves, and Wayne 
Pearsall SEVENTH ROW: Robert J. Burdge, Stephen P. Sells, 
David Aiken, and James Burriss. EIGHTH ROW: Stephen W. Mor- 
ris, Walter Westrich, Thomas M. Thompson, Steve Tevis, and 
Bruce Barber. NINTH ROW: Ron Mossotti, Steve Helmbrecht, 
Walter M. Craft, and Morris Owen. 




342 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




Women's Interdorm 
Works for Unity 

The Women's Interdorm Council was com- 
posed of elected representatives and house 
council presidents from each dormitory. The 
group acted as a liaison between the administra- 
tion and the women residents. 

Recreational equipment was installed in each 
of the women's dorms. Through the Council's 
efforts, self-regulated hours were adopted on a 
permanent basis. The acquisition of refrigerators 
in the dorm rooms and later operating hours for 
the Student Center Grill were partly due to the 
efforts of Women's Interdorm. 

The major functions of Women's Interdorm 
were as a medium of self-government for women 
dormitory residents and as a unifying factor in 
campus relations. 

The Women's Interdormitory Council meets in the Powell Building 
to discuss plans for improvement of staff-student relations. 




FRONT ROW: Mona Simpson, Delight Voignier, and Elaine Tack- 
ett SECOND ROW: Eleanor Gray, Donna Adams, Debbie Lewis, 
Lynda Butram Jody Rice, Karen Shelton, vice-president; Dianne 
Clare, president; Karen Lane, Holly Feller, Valerie Lohr, Rita 
Hampton, Toy Curd, Cindy Garth, and Debbie Mills. BACK ROW: 



Teri Applegate, Judy Wilson, Betty Scott, Kathy Braun, Jenny 
Shafer Brenda Hughes, Candy Wells. Barbara Ricke, treasurer; 
Mary Glass sponsor; Dons Roach, secretary; Gail Podmore, Mar- 
sha Welker, Betty Ridings, Sharon Bodnar, Diane Stump, and 
Brenda Greenwell. 

ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 343 



Direction Eastern 
Welcomes Freshmen 



Freshmen were welcomed to the University by 
Direction Eastern, as members ot the club man- 
ned an information booth and offered guided 
tours for the incoming freshmen and their par- 
ents. 

Direction Eastern lent a hand at pep rallies, 
Band Day, and Homecoming activities. The mem- 
bers publicized the football pep rallies, acted as 
guides for Band Day, and prepared the signs for 
the cars in the Homecoming Parade. 

Thanksgiving was made more meaningful to 
Direction Eastern by the purchase of groceries 
for a needy family by the members. 

The EKU Timettes, a new organization respon- 
sible for timing the Eels at swim meets, were put 
on their feet by a loan from Direction Eastern. 

Throughout the year, members of Direction 
Eastern provided guided tours for visitors to the 
Eastern campus. 



Gail Kimball and Helen Wiggington of Direction Eastern make 
posters tor one of their pep days. 





FRONT ROW: Bonnie Aboud, Cindy Stewart, Kathy Stephens, 
Mike Newton and Dave Siereveld. 



Kathy Mayer, Donna Lehman, and Sally Prather. BACK ROW: 



344 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Brenda Adamson, Denise Wuetcher, Gini Richards, 
Terrie Clarke, Shelley Lueders, Pam Wagner, and Peggy Whelan, 
BACK ROW: Mary Glass, sponsor; Nancy Sands, Jenny Helton, 




Becky Hanner, Gen Hollencamp, Debbie Monaghan, Sally 
Thompson, and Kathy Ruffley. 



Little Colonels 
Sport New Uniforms 



New uniforms brought a new look to the Little 
Colonels Drill Team. The Little Colonels per- 
formed along with the Marching Maroons at foot- 
ball games against Indiana University of Pennsyl- 
vania and Morehead. 

The drill team performed at four basketball 
games including the Florida State game in Louis- 
ville and home games against Virginia Common- 
wealth, Morehead, and Virginia Tech. The girls 
marched to the music of "Puppet Man," "Ina 
Goda Davida," "Here Comes Santa Claus," 
"Make Me Smile" and of course "Hail, Hail East- 
ern Maroons." 

Little Colonels rode 144 miles in the Beta 
Theta Pi Bike-a-Thon for Mental Retardation. 
They also marched on Band Day. During the fall 
semester, the Little Colonels sold "Truck On, 
EKU" license plates to raise money. 



The Little Colonels do an Indian routine to "Ina Goda Davida' 
during half-time of the Colonels-Virginia Commonwealth game. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 345 



Veterans Club Sell 
POW, MIA Bracelets 

In October and November, the Veterans Club 
sold over 500 bracelets honoring American 
POW's and MIA's. The money trom this project 
was used to write letters and to lobby for the 
release of American prisoners. 

The Veterans sponsored the campus Cystic 
Fibrosis Drive in September. Also in the fall, the 
Eastern Veterans hosted the fall convention of 
the Kentucky Collegiate Veteran's Association. 

The Veterans Club entered a float in the 
Homecoming Parade and their candidate was 
among the fifteen finalists for the Homecoming 
Queen. Eastern presented the Veteran's Appreci- 
ation Day in conjunction with the Veterans Club. 



POW-MIA bracelets spread throughout campus as students 
remember American servicemen captured or missing in action. 





FRONT ROW: Jim Hoskins, Darryl Tedder, Michael Murphy, David 
Stapleton, Tom Schultz, Robert Morrow, Kendall Reynolds, Mike 
Jones, and Devon Cain. SECOND ROW: Cecil Abney, Terry Fisk, 
Mike Feldhaus, Steve Bandura, president; Becky Bailey, sweet- 
heart; Don Wigginton, Barnngton Brown, John Wolf, Dong Czor, 
Lawrence Thompson, and Scotty Hall, treasury. THIRD ROw! 
Clayton Johnson, Jeff Miracle, Robert Beeson, George Snyder 
William Bersaglia, Doc Braeken, John Huddy, Bob Kanzinger and 
James Fields. FOURTH ROW: William Brenda, Jim Surbech John 



Batts, Mel Boyd, Frank Woods, Gary Houben, Ralph Johnson, 
secretary; Stephen Lane, Steven Ault, and Christopher Cross. 
FIFTH ROW: Charley Gillispie, Ron Garland, David Saylor, Ste- 
phen Wessel, Paul Atkinson, Zack Salyers, William Peck, Danny 
Coulter, Christopher Conrad, and Taylor Puckett. BACK ROW: 
Paul Halffman, Craig Gnadinger, Dean McKay, Steve Helmbrecht, 
Arthur Bolton, Dan Bulishek. Mark Meinze, Toy Wasson, Bill Jack- 
son, and Gary Garrett. 



346 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: B. E. Hrubala, Larry Kaelin, Ed Carnvale, Greg 
Kuhn, Donnie Williams, Charles H. Colehour, and Thomas E. 
Findley. SECOND ROW: Harold Borders, Dick Straten, Jeff 
McCarthy, Tom Javins, Bill Stapleton, treasurer; Dan Nettle, and 



Randy Jungkurth. BACK ROW: Wayne Wilson, Gregory Hook, 
Larry Myford, Don Crawford, J. B Hughes, James Cleveland, 
Richard Loewenstine, vice-president; Gary Williams, John Daven- 
port, president; Dan Maloney, Ray Hood, and Wally Esser. 




E-Club Holds 
All-Sports Day 

The Varsity "E" Club is an organization for 
those athletes who have lettered in intercollegiate 
sports. Functions of the "E" Club include selling 
programs and ushering at all home football and 
basketball games. 

The biggest event in which the "E" Club par- 
ticipated was its annual All-Sports Day. This 
event, which attracted youngsters from all over 
Madison County, allowed club members to 
instruct the children in various phases of their 
sports. 

Members who have remained in good standing 
for three years receive an "E" ring, which signi- 
fies their leadership and dedication to their sports 
and their school. 



E Club member James Cleveland, sells programs at the EKU- 
Morehead football game. 



ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 347 



International Students Sponsor Filipino Child 



In October, members of the International Stu- 
dents Association represented Eastern at United 
Nations Day in Franktort. In early November, the 
Association held a large International Dinner and 
talent show. Over 450 people attended the din- 
ner in Martin Hall Cafeteria. 

During the second semester, the group spon- 
sored weekly soccer games on Sundays, playing 
any interested group. The first week of March, 
the Association held another successful Interna- 
tional Talent Show. 

The purpose of the International Students 
Association was to increase the feeling of broth- 
erhood throughout the world. The group felt that 
the world is their community. The Association 
consisted of 75 students from approximately 26 
countries. 

In keeping with their purpose of extending 
human brotherhood, the International Students 
sent money to sponsor sending a Philippine child 
child to school. The group worked for the possi- 
bility of establishing an International Student Center. 



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Student and public enjoy international cuisine at the dinner spon- 
sored by the International Students Association. 




FRONT ROW: Linda Vaught, Panama Canal Zone; Georgia Kathy 
Tye, United States; Kathi Monn, United States; and Simin Shakib, 
Iran. SECOND ROW: John Mathew, India; William G. Adams, 
United States, faculty sponsor; Pongsri Vanasin, Thailand; Phata- 
nee Chiaravanond, Thailand; Maneeratana Vanasin, Thailand; 
Elspeth Barn, Scotland; Jane Murphy, England; Susan Murphy, 
England; Chee Lee, Hong Kong; and Mary B. Plante, Argentina 
BACK ROW: Michael Ukpe, Nigeria; Augusto Aguirre, Ecuador, 
treasurer; Kanu Shukla, India; Rafael A. Grenier II, Cuba; John W. 



Tjandra, Indonesia; Sithi Assanuvat; S. Buik Mohammadi, Iran; 
Mariko Kanamori, Japan; Chalermdej Kaukham, Thailand; Peter 
Yuen, Hong Kong; Sachiko Tanaka, Japan; Isaraphan Sritwongse, 
Thailand; Wichianchot Sukchotrat, Thailand; Gerard Tsang, Hong 
Kong; York you Tsang, Hong Kong; Wah Keung Chow, Hong 
Kong, vice president; Uthaiwongs Vibulayaeom, Thailand; Tha- 
vornsaki Thepjatri, Thailand; Joseph M. Ulanday, Philippines; and 
Pravinkumar I. Patel, Kenya, president. 



348 ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE AND ACTIVITY 




FRONT ROW: Cheryl Castle, Kathy Davis. Shirley Rusterholz, Jill 
Votaw, Teresa Freeman, Carol Ray, student representative; Gloria 
VanBever, Pam Pack, historian; Judy Puckett, Lydia Arnold, and 
Pauline Schwartz, vice president. BACK ROW: Jan Smith, Gwen 



Mayes, secretary; Brenda D. Wheeler, Patsy L. Gough, treasurer; 
Hazel Wathen, Bev Holten, Sondra Grass, Mary Ann Fisher, Judy 
Sullivan, president; Mary Jo Wynkoop, Janet Kay Cummins, and 
Sue Mantel. 




KDT's Adopt 
Indian Child 



KDT Lois Lay prepares a table before an evening banquet. 



Kappa Delta Tau service sorority adopted an 
American Indian child, and sent money monthly 
tor the child's support. They hoped to bring the 
child to campus for a visit. 

KDT's celebrated their 10th anniversary with a 
reception for their alumni at Homecoming. The 
girls collected money in the dorms for UNICEF at 
Halloween. 

Annual KDT activities included the powderpuff 
football game during orientation week, and their 
trip to Fort Knox to provide refreshments for the 
soldiers in the hospital there. At Thanksgiving, 
KDT's furnished a food basket to a needy family. 
The girls went Christmas caroling, especially at 
the nursing homes. 

In April, KDT held its annual She-Male Contest 
with contestants from many campus organiza- 
tions. 

KDT's served at various banquets held on 
campus. They worked the concession stands for 
football and basketball games. KDT's also aided 
in the various student elections during the year. 



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Catalina Club 
Presents 'Fantasy' 

Catalina Club provided creative expe- 
riences through aquatic rhythm and 
design. The club's synchronized swim- 
ming offered the participants an oppor- 
tunity to develop leadership, fellowship, 
cooperation, and initiative. 

During the first week in April, the Club 
presented a water ballet having the 
theme of 'Fantasy' in the Alumni Coli- 
seum pool. The show ran for three 
nights and was very well attended. 

Membership into the Catalina Club 
was determined by tryouts in strokes 
and water stunts. 



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Members of Catalina Club form a star as they practice for their early April 
water ballet. 




FRONT ROW: Karen Allen, Debbie Bonagura, Jane Johnston, 
Becca Clancy, Karen Stark, Abbe Ames, Barbara Sondey, and 
Vega Rodgers. SECOND ROW: Jamie Moak, Margaret Cox, Pam 
Goldbach, Becky Mills, Paula Lambdin, secretary; Karen Moss, 
president; Hazel Wathen, treasurer; Susan Adkins, Susi Beck, 



Jamie Langstaff, and Sheila Wathen. BACK ROW: Susan Habas, 
Liz Allen, Susan Childers, Lynn Sensel, Lynn Maurer, Dot Kirkpa- 
trick, sponsor; Martha Sands, Molly Burr, Alicia Hilbish, Beth 
Small, Judy Steinmetz, and Bonita Clare. 



350 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 



Dance Theater Fosters Self-Expression 



Giving students the opportunity for physical 
self-expression to music was the aim of the East- 
ern Dance Theater. This year's Theater per- 
formed many reviews, including several dances 
that were filmed for educational television. The 
theater worked hand-in-hand with other organi- 
zations such as the music department and the 
percussion ensemble. 

Events for the year included a Halloween 



dance in the ravine and the spring review which 
featured the entire company in its biggest per- 
formance of the year. 

Membership into the Eastern Dance Theater is 
open to all and auditions are held each semester 
for those who wish to try out. During their weekly 
meetings, members were taught new techniques 
of expression through dance. 



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FRONT ROW: Aileen LeBlanc, Billye Killman, Dorothy Patterson, 
Vickey Kemper, and Ruby Boyd. SECOND ROW: Diane Rainey, 
Mary Ellen Blizzard, Virginia M. Jinks, advisor; and Martha Hever. 
BACK ROW: Patricia Dotson, John Webb, and Artie Mullen. 



Dance Theater members impersonate ghosts, witches, and other 
spooks in their Halloween show. 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 351 



Orchestra Features Guest Conductors 



The Eastern Kentucky University Symphony 
Orchestra increased its exposure on the campus 
this year with the addition of two full symphony 
orchestra concerts each semester. Conductor 
Earl Thomas presented eight members of the 
music faculty in guest artist roles during the sea- 
son. They were Alan Staples, violin; Lyle Wol- 
fram, 'cello; Alan Beeler, oboe; Donald Henrick- 



son, bass-baritone; Jo An-Lorna Bonneman, 
soprano; Robert Cook, bassoon, Nancy Daniel, 
flute and Landis Baker, piano. Choral Directors 
Bruce Hoagland and David Wehr were guest 
conductors of the orchestra when their ensem- 
bles participated in four appearances during the 
season. 






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A student arranges the bells for a concert of the Handbell Choir 

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Mr. Joe Hambrlck directs a jazz ensemble practice session. 




SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. 



352 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 



Concert, Chamber Choirs Tour State 




CONCERT CHOIR. 



Comprised of 100 singers representing all col- 
leges within the University, the Concert Choir 
presented four on-campus concerts and several 
off-campus during its spring tour. The Choir, 
whose membership was open to all students who 
qualified, also made recordings for Kentucky 
Educational Television. 

Other choral groups sponsored by the Depart- 
ment of Music included the EKU Chamber Choir, 



the Women's Chorale and the Oratorio Chorus. 

The Chamber Choir, composed of thirty-four 
students, toured extensively in performing for 
churches, social organizations, schools, and 
conventions across the state. Specializing in per- 
forming works designed for the small ensemble, 
the Chamber Choir has given sixteen premiere 
performances, three of which were written for 
and dedicated to the choir. 







CHAMBER CHOIR. 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 353 



Ensemble 
Changes Style 



The University Ensemble, under the 
direction ot Dennis Harris, changed 
its style of singing to become more 
diversified. The style, which consisted 
mainly of gospel songs, changed to 
include spiritual, patroitic, and con- 
temporary music. 

The Ensemble, consisting of 85 
members, traveled to Louisville, 
Columbus, Indiana, Cincinnati, Lex- 
ington, Paris, Winchester, and Day- 
ton, as well as the Richmond area, 
performing their repertoire. 



Rubel Caldwell, president of the University Ensem- 
ble, leads the group as they practice for concert. 





354 ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 




FRONT ROW: Richard Diehl, vice-president; Paula Holleran, Patri- 
cia Perry, Carla Baker, and Bobby Butler. BACK ROW: Carol 
Cole, Gary Lawrence, historian; Allen Pensol, and Phil Stewart. 




Players Present Full 
Range of Dramas 



The University players was made up of mem- 
bers of the University community who have a sin- 
cere interest in drama. This season, the Players, 
under the leadership of Bobby Butler, Richard 
Diehl, Cindy Russell, Sandy Remy, and Gary 
Lawrence, worked with the drama department in 
the producing of five plays ranging from Shake- 
speare to Ibsen. The plays were "An Enemy Of 
The People," "A Servant Of Two Masters," 
"Dandelion Wine," "A Midsummer Nights 
Dream," and "The Emperors New Clothes." The 
goal in the choice of plays was to produce plays 
which exposed the audiences to a full variety of 
dramatic forms. The presentation of "Dandelion 
Wine" marked the opening of the remodeled 
Pearl Buchanan Theatre. 



Vickie Wolfe and other members of the University Players present 
comedia del arte in "A Servant Of Two Masters." 



ORGANIZATIONS/ARTS 355 







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Top left: Eastern and Morehead cadets combine for a field train- 
ing exercise. Top right: A female ROTC cadet participates with 
the males in Corps period. 



Above: A member of the Military Science Department guides a 
helicopter into its landing on the air mobile FTX. 



356 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 





ROTC Adds Women, 
MP's; Conducts FTX's 



Eastern's Military Science Department was 
named as one ot ten in the nation ottering 
women the opportunity to participate in ROTC. 
The girls participated in corps periods, classroom 
activities and some tield training exercises along 
with the men. 

ROTC sponsored four field-training exercises. 
September 24, an FTX was held to prepare 
cadets for summer camp. In October, the fresh- 
men cadets traveled to Fort Knox. The cadets 
were introduced to life on a military post. They 
also received practice on the rifle range. Novem- 
ber 5, the sophomore cadets held an FTX in 
orienteering and platoon tactics. FTX's in April 
on small unit tactics rounded out the year. 

November 18 was Military Day. The ROTC 
organizations held a pregame show. 

The Annual President's and Dean's Review 
was held April 6. It was climaxed by the Military 
Ball in the Keen Johnson Building. Three Com- 
missioning Services were held, with approxi- 
mately 50 cadets receiving their commissions. 



Top: Col. Wolfred White administers the Oath of Office to gradu- 
ating cadets at the December Commissioning Service. Left: A 
cadet consumes his meal of C-Rations during the Air Mobile FTX. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 357 



CGR's Are "Military Organization-of-the-Year' 



Selected as "Military Organization-of-the-Year" 
by the Department of Military Science, the 
Counter-Guerrilla Raiders completed an eventful 
year of service and activity. 

The Raiders participated in eight field training 
exercises, beginning with the pledge FTX in Sep- 
tember. In October the CG's joined with other 
ROTC groups from Eastern and Morehead in the 
air mobile FTX. In November several CG's acted 
as aggressors for an FTX of the Pershing Rifles. 

Serving as guides for both fall and spring reg- 
istration, the Raiders assumed daily responsibility 
for the flags at Alumni Coliseum and those at 
Hanger Field for home football games. 

As part of the Military Day ceremonies, four 
members of the Company, Calvin Mayfield, 
James Scott, Hubert Hendren, and Larry Parks, 
gave a demonstration of rappelling from a heli- 
copter. 

The CGR's were awarded a plaque from the 
Jaycees for selling the most honey on Honey 
Sunday. 




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Larry Parks and Hubert Hendren rappel from a helicopter during 
a Military Day exhibition. 




FRONT ROW: Patty Cleaver, Senior sponsor; Walt Coleman, 
Executive Officer; Larry R. Parks, Company Commander; Davis 
Tindoll, Jr., First Sergeant; and Dottie Allen, Freshman sponsor 
SECOND ROW: Richard J. Whitaker, Thomas W. White Steve 



Shannon, Russell Vanderpool, Hubert Hendren, and William S. 
Bell. BACK ROW: Rick McChargue, Roy Ziemann, Ralph Hill, 
Danny Evans, Newland May, Jesse C Holbrook, Charles Nor- 
wood, and Calvin Mayfield. 



358 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




FRONT ROW: John B. Lile, Mike E. Sexton, Tim P. Huckaby, 
George C. Blackburn, Kevin R. Shaw, Russell Barclay, and Wil- 
liam J. Neat. SECOND ROW: Rita Fredericks, Gini Richards, 
Sponsor; P. Kenneth Keen, Patricia Wheeler, Sponsor; SSG 
Cashious Burdine, Advisor; Jack Colglazier, Thomas L. Lambert, 



Gregory L. Meier, and Rex D. Fortner. BACK ROW: John Oliver, 
Jr., Vernon Muncy, Rick Haggard, Robert Gimmel, Commanding 
Officer; Dennis Woeste, W. Jeffery Ratliff, Raymond Patterson, 
Louis Grider, Bobby Jones, Charlie Abner, William R. Caldwell, 
John Fryman, Executive Officer; and Jeff Norwitz. 



MP's Provide Color Guard Aid Traffic Control 




The Military Police Company again proved an 
asset to the University and the Richmond com- 
munity. The MP's directed traffic for all the home 
football games and for the parades held by the 
city of Richmond. 

On Military Day, in addition to traffic control, 
the Company provided the color guard. MP's 
also served as the color guard for all home bas- 
ketball games. 

Richmond Jaycess presented the Military 
Police Company with an award for selling candy 
to raise money for Jaycee projects. 

The MP Company sponsored several speakers 
and held classes to encourage improvement 
among their members in traffic control and mili- 
tary tactis. In October, they took part in an air 
mobile FTX. Several parties enlivened the social 
area for the MP's. 

MP's acted as honor guard members for the 
dedication of the Law Enforcement Center and 
the re-opening of the Keen Johnson Building. 



Members of the Military Police Company provide the color guard 
at the Military Day ceremonies. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 359 




Above: Tom Swanson leads the Pershing Rifle Suicide Squad as 
they march in the Homecoming Parade. Right: The Suicide Squad 
performs during the Pre-Game Ceremonies for Military Day. 





SECOND BATTALLION PR STAFF. David Kepler, David Dennis, 
Janie Wright, sponsor; Mike Moore, and Joe Barnard. 



360 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 




PR's Win Drill Meet 



Pershing Rifles, Company R-1, organized at 
Eastern in 1955, stands as one of the most active 
organizations on Eastern's campus. Within 15 
years Company R-1 had won more than 150 tro- 
phies in drill competition. 

Pe r shing Rifles are primarily a military organi- 
zation, representing the Military Science Depart- 
ment at various regional and national drill meets. 
The "Suicide Sguad," trick drill team, took first 
place in a parade competition at Tennessee Tech 
University. Marching with the Pershing Rifles and 
giving added support were the Valianettes, the 
Pershing Rifle's coed affiliates. They also took 
first at Tennessee Tech. Aside from competition, 
Pershing Rifles provided various services to the 
Eastern and Richmond communities. The PR's 
travelled to Ohio State, Myrtle Beach, and Cin- 
cinnati University for drill competition 



Farah Halcomb leads the Valianettes as they drill for the Military 
Day spectators. 







FRONT ROW: Michael Sowers, executive officer; Deryl L. Swee- 
ney, Wallace Marshall, Thomas E. Swanson, Gary Mears, and 
Dieter R. Carlton, Company Commander. SECOND ROW: Sandy 
Stahl, Judy Hellman, Joy Combs, Valianettes commander; Jenny 



Bowman, and Betty Carol Beam. BACK ROW: Starr H. Beren- 
broick, Steve Cox, Daniel Riley, Dale L. McNeeley, Tom Jones, 
and Timothy A. Hopes, exhibition commander. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 361 



Sponsors Write 
Letters to POW's 

ROTC sponsors rode in the Homecoming 
Parade representing the ROTC companies. They 
also were presented on Military Day prior to the 
Morehead football game. At the President's 
Review, the sponsors presented the awards to 
honored cadets. 

The sponsors helped to coordinate and deco- 
rate for the Military Ball. In March, the girls vis- 
ited the patients at Fort Knox Military Hospital. As 
the Prisoners of War were released, the ROTC 
sponsors wrote a "welcome home" letter to each 
of them. 

Leah Jones passes under the saber arch on Military Day. 





Judy Hellmann, AUSA; Leah Jones, PR's; Patty Cleaver, CGR's; 
Dottie Allen, CHR's; Patty Riggs, Scabbard and Blade; Betty 
Elam, 1st Battalion; Cindy Smith, Queen Athena; Sherry Moore, 



2nd Battalion; Debbie Pearson, Scabbard and Blade; Janie 
Wright, 2nd Battalion — PR's; Patricia Wheeler, MP's; Judy Hamil- 
ton, PR's; Gini Richards, MP's. 



362 ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 



AUSA Attends National Convention 



The Eastern Association of the United States 
Army took part in a September picnic at Fort 
Knox with the AUSA from the base. In November 
they gave a party for the ROTC sponsors and the 
Cadre members. 

Ten AUSA members travelled to Washington, 



D. C. for the National Convention. While there 
they attended a Congressional breakfast. 

The AUSA members held a candy sale early in 
the year. The proceeds were used for the Military 
Ball, where Queen Athena was introduced. 




Officers of the Association of the United States Army meet with Lt. Col Ed George to plan for the Military Ball. 




FRONT ROW: Gregory Moore. LTC Edward H. George, sponsor; 
Kenneth Keen, Rick Haggard, Paul Rebmann, Judy Hellmann, 
sponsor; Melinda Hall, sponsor; Jeffrey Magers, Rex Dunn, Mike 
Sexton, Newland May, and Rafael Grenier. BACK ROW: William 



Neat, Joseph Ulanday, Rex Fortner, Company Commander; Rob- 
ert Gimmel, Doug Black, Edward Piro, Roy Ziemann, Raymond 
Landrum, Davis Tindoll, Jr., Jeff Norwitz, Gary Weldon, Bernie 
Hunstad, and Steven Boering. 



ORGANIZATIONS/MILITARY 363 




CADUCEUS CLUB FRONT ROW: Billy Thompson, Gerald Payne, 
president; and Bob Haines SECOND ROW: Timothy May, Carl 
Wells, Jr., vice president; Jeff Carson, Dennis Raleigh, Richard 
Fury, Arlie Webb, Benita Sabie, and Melvin Dean. THIRD ROW: 
Kevin Lett, Bob Shanes, treasurer; Mike Ray, William Owings, 



John Leach, Fred Rattiff, Michael Murphy, John Hash, Joanie 
Graham, student senate representative; Pam Ghai, Nancy Tillis, 
Freda Brown, Sarah DeRossett, Donna Gary, Barbara Whitehead, 
secretary; and Patty Hockwalt BACK ROW: Dave Sullivan, Mike 
Casey, Jim Ross, and Dr. John Meisenheimer, sponsor. 











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CHEMISTRY CLUB. FRONT ROW: Georgia Tye, Karen Mason, 
secretary; Lana Roy, vice president; Martha McKenzie. and Morris 



Taylor, sponsor. BACK ROW: Les Rice, president; Robert Fryman, 
Larry Wright, and Augusto Aguirre. 



Caduceus Tours; Chemistry Tutors 



Caduceus Club sponsored the fall and spring 
visits of the Red Cross Bloodmobile. 

In September, the group held a picnic at 
Boonesboro State Park along with the Chemistry 
and Biology faculty and graduate students. 

October 20, the Caduceus Club toured the 
University of Kentucky Medical School and Den- 
tal School. Second semester, they held a book 
sale to raise money for a trip to Eli Lilly Company 
in Indianapolis. The annual Spring Banquet and 
recognition of honor members climaxed the year. 

The Chemistry Club sponsored several pro- 

364 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



grams in chemistry by various faculty members 
and experts from the surrounding area. Club 
members held tutoring sessions in Chemistry and 
slide rule lessons for students who needed this 
service. 

Several members worked in undergraduate 
research for the Southeastern Regional meeting 
of the Student Affiliates of the American Chemi- 
cal Society, which was held in April at Georgia 
Tech. Some of the members presented papers at 
this meeting. 




LEN Association 
Sponsors Career Day 



The highlight of the year for the Association of 
Law Enforcement was the November 16th Ban- 
quet at which Commissioner Donald E. Clark of 
Multnomah, Oregon, discussed law enforcement 
education and the law officer's role in the com- 
munity. 

The members assisted in the Easter Seal Tele- 
thon and sponsored a Campus Cancer Drive in 
April. 

During spring vacation, the Association 
stressed the slogan, "Drive to Return Alive." The 
organization also expanded its Criminal Justice 
Career File. 

On November 4 the group held a picnic and 
hayride. A spring picnic and awards program 
was also held. Donald Filer was presented a pla- 
que for Outstanding Service. 

A Career Day in Criminal Justice was held May 
1 , Law Day USA. The various aspects of the field 
were publicized to encourage recruitment in 
Criminal Justice. 



Commissioner Donald Clark, of Oregon, stresses the importance 
of honesty and compassion to the law officer. 



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FRONT ROW: Gene Rankin, Wayne Villelli, Charles Martin, Mike 
Stengel, Steven Morrow, president; David Austin, vice president; 
Lola Johnson, treasurer; Clairette Pierce, sponsor; Joellen Huddy, 
secretary; Doug Black, student senate representative; Robert 
Donta, sergeant-at-arms; Mike Ulsh, J. William Barrow, Jr., Gary 
Weldon, and Bartholomew J. Johnson. SECOND ROW: James 
Brown, James Adams, Rick Devers, Mary Taylor, Julia Owens, 
Rebecca Cody, Jill Whicker, Betty Bungenstock, Linda Robinson, 



Susan Tacy, Gary Todd, Bradley Crawford, Ron Cannon, Richard 
Jackson, Jr., Donald Filer, James Fields, and Pat Gross. BACK 
ROW: Charles Fitzpatnck, Robert Christopher, Gerald Pierce, 
Christopher Cross, Hal Murray, Donald Lloyd, David Feldhaus, 
Terry Stovall, Arthur Bolton, James Paitsel, Larry Kelley, William 
Nelson, Jr., Gary Kiser, George Snyder, Jeffrey Mager, and Philip 
Meek, Jr. 

ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 365 







INTERIOR DESIGN. FRONT ROW: Nancy Boggo, Barbara Ricke, 
and Judy Alderson. SECOND ROW: Marty Greene, Pam Caldwell, 
secretary: Sharon Duft, treasurer; Betsy Schmidt, president; Con- 
nie Goodwin, vice president; and Mr. Don Gates, sponsor. BACK 



ROW: Ruth Hill, Connie Perkins, Jackie Clevenger, Kathy Marsh, 
JoAnna Peebles, Jill Votaw, Mary Smith, Mary Burlage, Barb Leo- 
nard, Cathy Crane, Pam Clifford, Wanda McAllister, Cathryn Car- | 
man, and Mary Turpin. 




FOOD AND NUTRITION. FRONT ROW: Sue Linneukohl, Marty 
Nicholson, treasurer; Adrienne Lennart, president; Beth Grever, 
vice president; Beth Sensel, and Janet Baker. BACK ROW: Bea- 



trice Risher, Susan Kenny, Susan Graves, Leslie Griffith, Ellene 
Gedling, Aletha Masters, and Sue Sells. 



Nutrition, Design Clubs Promote Career Interest 



The Food and Nutrition Club held a September 
tea for freshman home economics majors to 
acquaint them with the various aspects of the 
Home Economics Department. 

In November, the club donated a painting to 
the Burrier Building in memory of the late Regina 
Niehaus, a former member of the organization. 

Tours of the U. K. Medical Center and the IBM 
plant in Lexington were held in March. These 
tours familiarized the students with dietetics pro- 
cedures. 



Three members of the Interior Design Club 
were sent as delegates to the NSID Professional 
Design Convention in October, at Columbus, 
Indiana. 

In February, the Interior Design Club held a 
Bridal Fair to exhibit wedding gowns and other 
bridal attire. The fashions were furnished by a 
department store. ^Throughout the year, the 
group sponsored several guest speakers in the 
field of design. A Textiles and Design Symposium 
was held in April. 



366 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB. FRONT ROW: Rhonda Wall, Brenda 
Young, secretary; Barbara Walker, president; Ellen Brautigam, 
Vickl McDonald, Susan Shrader, Rusty Butler, Karen Kelly, and 
Georgietta Berry. SECOND ROW: Debby Amrurgey, Susan 
Graves, Carolyn Webb, Margaret Mason, Patty Eades, Paula Reld, 
and Lou Grubbs. THIRD ROW: Laura Greenwell, Marietta Knuehl, 



Nadine Lee, Orleen Vaughn, Susan Lowe, Mona Reichenbach, 
Kathryn Tuggle, and Lynn Smalley. BACK ROW: Debbie Bunch, 
Kathy Houk, Cathy Hill, treasurer; Patty Mains, vice president; 
Mary Grider, Cathy Scopa, Sandy Clapp, Norma Price, Peggy 
Hensley, Sharon Marlow, and Jane Murphy. 

Home Ec Club Holds 
Opportunities Pane 




Members of the Home Economics Club pres- 
ented a panel on the career opportunities in 
home economics in November. Throughout the 
year they offered several programs on the differ- 
ent aspects of home economics to the other 
groups in the department. These programs repre- 
sented the club's service efforts for the year. 

Members of the club attended the Fall State 
Workshop at Morehead and the Spring State 
Convention in Lexington. The group sold "Care 
Packages" to raise money to send two delegates 
to the National Convention in Detroit, Michigan. 



Members of the Home Ec Club meet in the Family Living Center 
for an informal planning session 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 367 




FRONT ROW: Donna Mullins, secretary; Nancy Houdeshell, Debra Wise, vice president; Sam Hammond, president; Terri Tatman, Pol- 
lyanna Henzman, Patti March, Mona Simpson, Vicki Deskins, Carol Roussos, Debbie Tinsley, Paul Stith, and Gary Ferrell. BACK ROW: 
Lynn Cross, Yvonne Forkal, Clara Noble, Judy Combs, Marcie Stumbo, Pam Young, Karen Justice, and Drusilla Helvey. 



Student Nurses Hold 
Membership Drive 

A spaghetti supper in September led oft the 
year for the Student Nurses Association. Seven 
of the members attended the annual Kentucky 
Association of Nursing Students Convention in 
Louisville. In December, the group began a mem- 
bership drive and the publication of a newsletter. 

The second semester opened with a candy 
sale and a chili supper to raise money for the 
spring banquet. 

The club held two capping ceremonies. The 
first was in September, and the other in February 
at which the first class of four year students 
received their caps. 



A freshman nursing student receives her cap from a member of 
the Student Nurses Association. 




368 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 



MENC, SNEA Hold Membership Drives 



The Music Educators National Conference held 
a picnic for the Music Department faculty, the 
graduate students and music majors in Septem- 
ber at Richmond City Park. The purpose was to 
encourage MENC membership and to promote 
good relations between music students and fac- 
ulty. 

MENC sent six delegates to the KMEA State 
Convention in Owensboro, January 11-13. On 
weekends members of the club worked with chil- 
dren at Telford Community Center. 



The Student National Education Association 
began the year with a drive to increase member- 
ship. The Mulebarn was the scene of an SNEA 
Halloween costume party. 

In December, the members of SNEA toured the 
Department of Special Education and Rehabilita- 
tion. This tour provided the members with an 
opportunity to become familiar with the depart- 
ment and its programs. The group sponsored 
various speakers at their regular meetings. 




SNEA, FRONT ROW: Maryann Fer'rante, Roxann Schlelein, presi- 
dent; Walter Mayer, treasurer; Diana Hall, secretary; Jennifer 
Piatt, vice president; and Cindy Watkins. SECOND ROW; Glenda 
Finley, Sue Mantel, Marcia Clarke, Patti Rogers, Wanda Stiles, 
Polly Lloyd, Yvonne Allen, Diane Donohue, Libby Wilkins, Susan 



Bachus, Pauline McConathy, and Patricia Hoskins. BACK ROW: 
Mary Hoagland, Barbara Hambly, Arizona Cornett, Kathy O'Nan, 
Dorothy Patterson, Ceilia Combs, Ann Gregory. Rhonda Fryman, 
Loretta Wells, Patricia Wilder, Vicki McDonald, Cathy Rausch, and 
Peggy Golyer. 




MENC. FRONT ROW: Vicki Moon, Minda Thompson, Nancy Cot- 
ton, Terry Smith, Barbara Sanders, Marilyn Van Cleave, Denise 
Baker, Nancy Hastings, and Ann Wagner. SECOND ROW: Caro- 
lyn Van Gilder, Linda Tincher, Nancy McKenney, Blanda Allen, 
Tanya Moores, Mary Moorhead, secretary; Pamela Shepherd, 
Jacque Verst, and Judy Reed. BACK ROW: Eldon Matlick, Fred 



Peterson, sponsor; Kenneth Byrdwell, president; Jeff Middleton, 
Samuel Stokes, Roger Hott, Theodore Pope, Terry Bromley, trea- 
surer; Frank Stephens, vice president; Paul Proffitt, Nathanael 
Carter, Douglas Baber, Ken Henry, Steve Mahogany, and Craig 
Hartje. 

ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 369 



Phi Beta Lambda 
Aids Mothers' March 



Phi Beta Lambda, a national organization for 
young adults enrolled in business and office pro- 
grams, is now in its second year of existence. 
Members participated in the Mothers' March for 
Birth Defects by collecting door-to-door for the 
March of Dimes. Other activities included making 
weekly visits to the Kenwood Nursing Home, 
touring IBM's Lexington plant, and attending the 
State Leadership Conference at Cumberland 
Falls State Park. 

Phi Beta Lambda attempts to develop the qual- 
ities of business and civic leadership in today's 
youth, preparing them to enter the business 
world. 



Debbie Bowles and Shirley Rusterholz make a call at President 
Martin's home to collect for the Mothers' March. 






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PHI BETA LAMBDA. FRONT ROW: Sharon Fields, Patty Early, 
Jarjice Brewer, Nancy Botner, Shirley Rusterholz, vice president; 
Joyce Kilgore, secretary; and Anita Bertrand. BACK ROW: R. 



Dean Burkett, sponsor; Deborah Bowles, president; Karen 
Ramey, Greg Brunsman, treasurer; Dianna Rayburn, Lynn Brown, 
Janna Vice, and Emogene Hogg, sponsor. 



370 ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 




AGRICULTURE CLUB. FRONT ROW: Dr. Dwight Barkley, spon- 
sor; Ray Patterson, Glenn Hayes, sponsor; Marv Batte, Thomas 
Ellingsworth, Vikki Spicer, Jance Reid, Doris Wicklund, Sharon 
Maupin, Jimmy Gover, and Daniel Custis. SECOND ROW: William 
Harris, Oscar Tudor, Steven Rismiller, Michael Early, Francis Par- 



ker, Gene Gibson, Kevin Hall, David Boren, Thomas Butcher, Rick 
Marshall, and Darvin Sebastian. BACK ROW: Dr. Archie Devore, 
Stephen Bailey, Keith Gibson, Vaden Wagoner, Robert Kirzinger, 
John Salyers, and Mark Cowman. 



Ag Club and ACE Sponsor Speakers 



The Agriculture Club sponsored the tirst sanc- 
tioned National Tractor Pull in Madison County, 
offering cash prizes totaling $7,000.00. 

Members of the club went on a field trip to Flo- 
rida. While there, the group toured several Flo- 
rida nurseries. Dr. Frank Gibert of Union College 
spoke to the group about the Everglades. 

The group, approximately one-half of whom 
are agriculture majors, began publication of a 
club newspaper, The Carter Report. 

The theme for the Association of Childhood 



Education for the year, "Opening Avenues 
Through Communication," was the incentive 
for speakers, panel discussions and other 
activities throughout the year. 

In October, ACE held an open house for 
members and other students to meet with the 
elementary education faculty and ask ques- 
tions about childhood education. 

ACE also presented a series of story-telling 
programs on Eastern's radio station. 




ACE. FRONT ROW: Jenniter Piatt, Patricia Judge, Patti Rogers, 
Kathy O'Nan, Marcia Clarke, and Barb Pitakos. SECOND ROW: 
Susan Tolliver, Linda Guenthner, Deborah Abbott, Cynthia Kelso, 
Vickie Raderer, secretary; Cacus Flesher, sponsor; Barbara 
Lumsden, president; Lynn Fox, Martha Ambrose, and Susan 



Henry, treasurer. BACK ROW: Karen Dockery, Dana Asher, Clar- 
enetta Henderson, Dorothy Patterson, Bette Gatewood, Diana 
Zurface, Patricia Kohl, vice president; Marcie Marlow, Gwen 
Mayes, and Ethel Sams, sponsor. 



ORGANIZATIONS/DEPARTMENTALS 371 




AURORA Provides 
Creative Outlet 

AURORA, Eastern's student literary publica- 
tion, was published with the purpose of giving 
talented students the opportunity and experience 
of writing for publication. It also provided a 
record of student literary endeavor. 

The student editors made final selections for 
the publication after a year of selecting the best 
from hundreds of prose and poetry works sub- 
mitted for consideration. The faculty worked 
closely with the editors by giving constructive 
criticisms for improving each piece. The 
AURORA was placed on sale late in the spring. 



Dr. George Sutton, Advisor; Brenda Wheeler, Paul Brokaw, anc 
Dorothy Bayer. 




Brenda Wheeler listens as Dr. Sutton criticizes a prose work sub- 
mitted to the AURORA. 



372 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




Eastern Progress 
Broadens Coverage 



In its fiftieth year of publication, the 
PROGRESS expanded news coverage to 
include both on-and off-campus reporting. 
New angles were developed for features and 
sports coverage was broadened. 

Jack D. Frost, former sports editor and 
managing editor, became the first graduate 
student to serve as editor. At mid-year Frost 
moved on to fill the position of news editor 
for the Richmond Register, which was 
vacated by the untimely death of former 
PROGRESS staffer, Jim House. Jim Ross 
again served as business manager. 

Robert Babbage, Jr., having been manag- 
ing editor, became editor. With a few 
changes in editorships, the Spring semester 
found the PROGRESS extending investiga- 
tive and city-campus reporting. Editorially, 
the paper suggested extended library hours, 
examined pollution problems and press free- 
dom, and included new columns. 



BOB BABBAGE, Spring Semester Editor 




BETSEY BELL, Managing Editor 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 373 





KEN GULLETTE, Circulation Manager, and 
PAT DOTSON, Fine Arts Editor 



JOAN COTTONGIM, Features Editor, and 
DELMA FRANCIS, Academics Editor 




JIM KIRK, Sports Editor, and JOHN NELSON, Editorial Assistant 



374 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




FRONT ROW: Jan Hensley, Becky Burden, Candy Wells, Louis 
Will, and Sue Smith. BACK ROW: Francis Kennedy, Keith Carroll, 
Julie Hoyt, and Kathy Callahan. 




FAWN CONLEY, News Editor, and JACK FROST, Fall Semester Editor 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 375 




376 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




Milestone Marks 

Golden 

Anniversary 

During its Golden Anniversary 
year the MILESTONE continued its 
50-year-old tradition ot reporting in 
words and pictures the events of 
the year at Eastern. 

Countless hours went into the 
compilation of photographs and 
copy that constitute this 608-page 
book. But, in addition to producing 
the book itself, the staff worked at 
several fund-raising projects neces- 
sary in order to continue selling for 
$7.50 a book which costs approxi- 
mately $10.00 each to produce. 
Picture sales, sale of organization 
pages and investments were among 
the business activities designed to 
hold down the cost to the individual 
student. 

It wasn't all drudgery for the 
MILESTONE staffers. Activities such 
as the fall workshop-picnic, the 
Associated Collegiate Press con- 
vention in New York City and the 
annual spring awards banquet pro- 
vided both informational and recre- 
ational breaks from the activity. 



FRONT ROW: Polly Lloyd, Sharon Stephens, 
Dave Sullivan, Debbie Kirk, Debbie Raistnck, 
Bill Sawyer, Lynn Meisenzahl, Linda Mittel, 
Rhonda Fryman, Karen Dockery, Debbie 
Schock, Cathy Carman, Phyllis Barton, and 
Ann Colao. BACK ROW: Rick Allen, Betsy Hill, 
Eveanna Betz, Aleta Greayer, Rhonda Dye- 
house, Debbie Vander Horst, and Carl Simms. 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 377 




LINDA MITTEL, Managing Editor 




BETSY HILL, Organizations Editor 




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CARL SIMMS, Underclasses Co-Editor 



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DEBBIE RAISTRICK, Academics Editor 



CONNIE BALL, Honors Editor. SHARON STEPHENS, Athletics 
Editor, and PHYLLIS BARTON, Seniors Editor 




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BILL SAWYER, Editor-in-Chief 



ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 379 



Photographic Staff Attend Nikon School 



Photography is more than a 
technical skill. But, because of 
its many technical aspects, it 
necessitates a professional atti- 
tude. The development of this 
attitude in his students was the 
goal of University Photogra- 
pher, Larry Bailey. 

"A professional attitude is a 
necessary stepping stone to 
professional results," says Bai- 
ley. This attitude was sought 
after and attained by student 
photographers Jim Shepherd, 
Dan Quigg, Don Wallbaum, 
Russ Tapp, Gary Zeller, Ken 
Griffin, and Chip Osborne. 
Although described as "zany" 
by many, this motley crew was 
responsible for the photos 
which won the MILESTONE 
college photo honors last year. 
Professionalism did not mean 
that photographers could not 
enjoy themselves. They did. 

Bailey, Shepherd, and Wall- 
baum attended Nikon school in 
September. The school was 
held in Indianapolis and 
explored 35mm techniques. 




KEN GRIFFIN, and LARRY BAILEY, University Photographer 



380 ORGANIZATIONS/STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Wanda McAllistar, vice president; Beth Grever, treasurer; 
Larry Parks, president; Debbie Tully, reporter; and Mary Ann Fisher, secretary. 



Seniors Enter Last Year With Mixed Feelings 



As the Seniors arrived back on campus for 
their tinal year, their thoughts were tilled with 
feelings of both excitement and nostalgia for they 
were about to enter the world as educated men 
and women. As they looked forward into the 
future, they also remembered fond moments with 
the friends they had made throughout the years. 



May 13, 1973 brought graduation and the final 
meeting of the Class of 73. For Seniors and par- 
ents alike, it was a proud moment that will be 
always cherished. So just as the Class of 73 
arrived as freshmen full of excitement and vitality, 
they left Eastern with the knowledge to last a life- 
time. 



384 SENIORS/CLASS OFFICERS 




DEBORAH LESLIE ABBOTT, Louisville. 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GEORGE H. ABELL, JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. General Business 
CHARLIE ABNER, Ricetown 

A.B. Political Science 
BONNIE MAE ABOUND, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 

LEONA R. ABRAHAM, Toledo, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
DONNA G. ADAMS, Sarasota, Florida 

A.B. Art 
FRANCES LYNN ADAMS, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Interior Design 
GARY WAYNE ADAMS, New Castle 

B.S. Electronics Technology 

JAMES LUNDY ADAMS, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BERTEE ADKINS, Harold 

B.S. Business Education 
SUSAN LEE ADKINS, Vancouver, Washington 

B.B.A. General Business 
JAMES LEE ALBRIGHT, Levittown, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Art Education 

JOYCE M. ALBRO, Louisville 

A.B. Psychology and Political Science 
JENNIE L. ALCORN, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
WILMA LEE ALCORN, Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY MARIE ALDERSON, Paducah 

B.S. Home Economics 

SHIRLEY MORGAN ALEXANDER, Sanford, Florida 

A.B. Social Work 
JIM HAROLD ALFORD, Lexington 

B.A. Speech 
C. RICHARD ALLEN, JR., Fern Creek 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
LARRY OLEN ALLEN, Orlando 

B.A. Industrial Technology 

YVONNE E. ALLEN, Lakeside Park 

A.B. and B.S. History and Psychology 
DENNIS KEITH ALLEY, Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
RODNEY GLEN ALSUP, Milton 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PAMELA DAWN AMBROSE, Delaware, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 

JAMES MICHAEL ANDERSON, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DANIEL STEPHEN ARGABRIGHT, Anderson, Indian; 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN SCOTT ARNOLD, Owenton 

B.S. Psychology 
DANA LYNN ASHER, Hyden 

B.S. Child Development 



SENIORS/ABB-ASH 385 



Ravine Remains a Center of Campus Life 



JANE AUBERRY, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD DARRELL AUBREY, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY S. AYERS, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
ROGER WAYNE AYERS, Middlesboro 

B.B.A. Accounting 

VICKI ANN AYERS, Amelia, Ohio 

A.B. French and English 
ROBERT ALEXANDER BABBAGE, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science and Journalism 
DOUGLAS ALLEN BABER, Winchester 

B.M.E. Music 
JAMES LYNN BABER, Pans 

B.S. Industrial Education 

GARY SEWELL BAILEY, Shelbyville 

A.B. History 
JACOB TALLEY BAILEY, Paducah 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
EUGENE R. BAKENHESTER, Washington 

Courthouse, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
FRANK LEE BAKER, Cleveland, Georgia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

BOBBIE JEAN BALL, Nicholasville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CONNIE BALL, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHEN DENNIS BANDURA, JR., Whitehall, 

Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
B. JAYNE BANGS, Loveland, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ROMA F. BANKS, Bethany 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH CAROYL BARFIELD, Lee City 

B.S. Economics Education 
GLORIA LYNN BARGER, Richmond 

A.B. English 
GLORIA ANN BARGO, Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education 

KAY BARKER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT DARRELL BARNES, Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GLENDA KAY BARNETT, New Albany, Indiana 

B.M.E. Music Education 
SARA SUE BARNETT, Ewing 

A.B. Social Work 

JILL A. BARTHEN, Orient, Ohio 

B.S. Health Education 
ROGER LOWELL BASHAM, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN LINDSAY BATTS, Versailles 

A.B. Anthropology and Sociology 
CONNIE SUE BAUHAN, Orient, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 




386 SENIORS/AUB-BAU 





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DOROTHY LOUISE BAYER, Richmond 

B.A. English 
BETTY CAROL BEAM, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN BEAM, Bardstown 

B.S. Recreation 
WILLIAM J. BEARD, Fairdale 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JEANETTE MARIE BEDORE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Philosophy and Social Work 
JOHN WOODSON BEGLEY, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LINDA L. BEGLEY, Lebanon 

A.B. English 
WILLIAM E. BEGLEY, Beattyville 

B.A. Philosophy and Political Science 

KATHY TUCKER BELCHER, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETSEY LYNN BELL, Louisville 

A.B. Journalism and Broadcasting 
MARGARET CAROL BELLAMY, Richmond 

A.B. Art 
JUDY GAIL BENNETT, Manchester 

A.B. Spanish 



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Karen Rhoades helps Jim Shepherd release her goldfish in the 
ravine pond as Patrick Jones watches. 



SENIORS 'BAY-BEN 387 




Taking advantage of the good fall weather, Joyce Rusterholz and Phil Dube wax his ce 






PAT ANN BENNETT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Math 
SANDRA KAY BENTLEY, Dorton 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
WANDA LOUISE BERRY, Ghent 

B.S. Business Education 
LYNDA SUE BERTRAM, Monticello 

A.B. Social Work 

SUSAN ANN BERTRAND, Cold Spring 

A.B. English 
CHARLES R. BIDWELL, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
LINDA MAE BIRGE, Salyersville 

B.S. Math 
JAMES C. BISIG, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business 




388 SENIOR/BEN-BIS 



Fall Weather Encourages Outdoor Activity 




CONNIE LEE BLACK, Erlanger 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
DEBBIE A. BLACK, Corbin 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
LARRY WAYNE BLACKBURN, Versailles 

A.B. Regional Planning 
JAMES RAY BLAIR, Louisville 

A.B. Philosophy 

JOYCE A. BLAIR, Louisville 

B.S. Math 
PAUL E. BLAIR, Williamstown 

B.S. Physical Education 
RHONDA L. BLAIR, Guston 

B.M.E. Music 
SALLY BLAIR, Letcher 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

ROGER DALE BLANKENSHIP, Louisville 

B.S. Agriculture 
PEGGY ROBINSON BLANTON, London 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DORIS ELAINE BLEDSOE, Aaron 

B.A. English 
MARTHA SUE BLEVINS, Monticello 

A.B. Library Science 

ROSALEE BOOTHE, Beattyville 

B.S. Business Education 
STEVEN K. BORING, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CHRISTINA MARIA BOSLER, Louisville 

B.S. Math 
JAMES PATRICK BOURNE, Somerset 

B.S. Regional Planning 

ALLEN POWERS BOWEN, JR., Erlanger 

B.B.A. General Business 
JACK BOWMAN, JR., Mt. Vernon 

B.A. Art 
BARBARA JO BRACKEN, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GIGI BRADFORD, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Physical Education 

FRANCES ELIZABETH BRAMLAGE, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY KEITH BRANDENBURG, Berea 

B.M. Church Music 
GARY ALLEN BRANDON, Gahanna, Ohio 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
WILLIAM H. BRENDA, Crawfordsville, Indiana 

B.S. Industrial Education 

FRANCES ANN BRETZ, Carlisle 

B.S. Business Education 
JANET CAROL BRIGMON, Manchester 

B.M.E. Music 
JACQUELINE MARIE BRISBAY, Lexington 

B.S. Audiology and Speech 
LARRY SCOTT BRITTON, Frankfort 

B.B.A. General Business 



SENIORS/BLA-BRI 389 



'Oh, It Hardly Ever Rains in Sunny 



BRENDA WOOD BROADDUS, South Shore 

B.S. Home Economics 
PAUL FREDERICK BROKAW, Louisville 

A.B. English 
TERRY L. BROMLEY, Dry Ridge 

B.M.E. Music 
AVA SUE BROOKS, Williamson, West Virginia 

B.S. Physical Education 

KATHERINE AMY BROTHERS, Versailles 

B.S. Physical Education 
BARRINGTON M. BROWN, West Liberty 

B.B.A. General Business 
BENJAMIN ARTHUR BROWN, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 
JACQUEL BROWN, Cynthiana 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

KAREN LEE BROWN, Burgin 

B.M.E. Music 
RAYMOND LEE BROWN, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT DOUGLAS BROWN, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
STEPHEN ALONZO BROWN, Crab Orchard 

B.S. Industrial Education 

STEPHEN F. BROWN, Fort Thomas 

B.B.A. General Business 
SYLVESTER R. BROWN, JR., Lebanon 

A.B. Political Science 
PATRICIA L. BROWNELL, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
SARAH E. BROWNING, Harlan 

B.S. Physical Education 

MARY JUNE BRUNKER, Cynthiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KARLA JEANNE BRYANT, Berea 

A.B. English 
WILLIAM HENERY BUCKLER, Vine Grove 

B.A. Art 
NICHOLAS ROBERT BUCKLEY, Sabina, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 

PEGGY SUE BUIS, Eubank 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULA MARIE BUNCH, Loyall 

B.S. Home Economics 
ERIC R. BUNDY, Louisville 

A.B. History 
NANCY L. BURCH, Middlesboro 

B.S. Nursing 

CYNTHIA ANN BURKART, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JANET RUTH BURKS, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
MARY CARROLL BURNETT, Brandenburg 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
JAMES RUSSELL BURNS, Manchester 

B.S. Industrial Education 




390 SENIORS/BRO-BUR 




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SENIORS 391 



Float Building Requires Late Hours 



WILLIAM EDWARD BURNS, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT CARL BURRIS, Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
DONALD WAYNE BURTON, Harrodsburg 

B.M.E. Music Education 
PORTIA B. BURTON, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARSHALL LANIER BUSH, Bartow, Florida 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DORETTA JEAN BUTLER, Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
KENNETH RICHEY BYRDWELL, Hopkinsville 

B.M.E. Music 
BRENDA FAYE CABLE, Campton 

A.B. Sociology 

DONALD RAY CABLE, Campton 

A.B. Social Work 
DIANNE MILLION CAIRNS, Harrodsburg 

A.B. Art 
ROBERT H. CAIRNS, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Industrial Technology and B.B.A. Business 
PAMELA LEE CALDWELL, London 

B.S. Home Economics 

WILLIAM REED CALDWELL, Carlisle 

B.S. Agriculture 
CATHERINE GREGORY CALLAS, Hagerstown, 

Maryland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MILDRED PALMER CAMENISCH, Stanford 

B.S. School Health 
BRENDA MARTIN CAMPBELL, Richmond 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 





392 SENIORS/BUR-CAM 




CLIFFORD EARL CAMPBELL, Versailles 

B.S. Biology 
DENNIS W. CAMPBELL, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
FREDA LOU CAMPBELL, Betsy Layne 

A.B. Library Science 
VANESSA GAYLE CAMPBELL, Whitesburg 

B.M.E. Music 

DIETER RAYMOND CARLTON, Badhamburg, 

Germany 

A.B. Broadcasting 
DEBORAH LEE CARR, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
KEITH F. CARROLL, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Journalism 
SUSAN LYNNE CARROLL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

RUTH ELDON CARRUBA, Cumberland 

B.S. Business Education 
GEORGIA MELTON CARTER, Manchester 

A.B. Sociology 
NATHANAEL E. CARTER, Versailles 

B.M.E. Music 
RICHARD ALLEN CASE, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 

CYNTHIA MYERS CASEY, Richmond 

A.B. French 
CHERYL LYNN CASTLE, Paintsville 

B.A. Speech and Drama 
JOHNNY MICHAEL CASTLE, Paintsville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ARNOLD R CATES, Louisville 

A.B. English 



Students take time from their busy schedules to work on their organiza- 
tions' floats for the Homecoming parade. 




SENIORS/CAM-CAT 393 






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JUDITH A. CAUDILL, Letcher 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOHN R. CECIL, New Haven 

B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JOHN TAYLOR CENTER, Campton 

B.A. Geography 
GLENNA SUE CHARLES, Phyllis 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 

THOMAS D. CHENAULT, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

DEBORAH ELAYNE CHESTNUT, Louisville 

B.A. Social Work 
JANET SUE CHILDRESS, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
REBECCA FAYE CLANCY, Lexington 

A.B. Social Work 

SANDRA KAY CLAPP, New Madison, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
DIANNE LYNN CLARE, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
BRENDA GALE CLARK, Corbin 

B.M.E. Music Education 
DREAMA LEE CLARK, Cynthiana 

B.S. Biology 

JIMMIE JOANNE CLARK, Richmond 

A B. History and B.S. Math 
SUSAN E. CLARK, Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NORMA JEAN CLEMMONS, Union, Ohio 

A.B. History 
LARRY W CLEVELAND, Williamstown 

A.B. Political Science 







394 SENIORS/CAU-CLE 



Door Decorations Brighten Up Dorm 




ROBERT ORAN CLICK, Richmond 

B.B.A. Marketing 
TIMOTHY MITCHELL COEN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
GEORGE WALLACE COFFEY, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
SHARETTA LITTLE COLEMAN, Virgie 

B.B.A. Accounting 

JACK KERRY COLGLAZIER, Xenia, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JIMMIE EWELL COLLETTE, Campbellsville 

B.S. Recreation 
JANET PIGMAN COLLIER, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology 
PATRICIA ANN COLLIER, London 

A.B. Social Work 

DONNA KAYE COLSTON, Franktort 

B.S. Physical Education 
TED LYNN COLVIN, Foster 

B.S. Agriculture 
BYRON F. COMBS, Hazard 

B.S. Business Education 
CEILIA JOETTE COMBS, Paintsville 

A.B. English 

GARY GLENN COMBS, Manchester 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
GREGORY S. COMBS, Okeana, Ohio 

A.B. History 
JOY R COMBS, Whitesburg 

B.S. Business Education 
DEBRA LEE CONOVER, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 

JAMES THOMAS CONRAD, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Education 
DWIGHT ALAN CONWAY, Sinai 

B.S. School Health 
JOE BURTON COOKSEY, Richmond 

B.B.A. General Business 
LINDA KAY COOPER, Troy, Ohio 

A.B. English 

ARIZONA CORNETT, Skyline 

B.S. Business Education 
CAROLYN B. CORNETT, Beattyville 

A.B. Art 
DEBORAH ANN CORNETT, Versailles, Indiana 

A.B. English 
STANLEY NELSON CORNETT, Richmond 

B.M.E. Music 

KERRY LEE COURTNEY, Florence 

B.B.A. Marketing 
CHERYL LEA COX, Williamsburg 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
KATHERINE HARGRAVE COX, Kingsport, Tennessee 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KATHRYN OAKLEY COX, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/CLI-COX 395 



DU's Sponsor Annual Bike Race 



MARGARET L. COX, Lancaster 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY MARGARET COX, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
TYLER D. COX, Lawrenceburg 

A.B. Broadcasting 
JANIE C. CRAWLEY, Campbellsville 

B.S. Business Education 

SHARON ANN CREWS, Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SANDRA KAY CROLEY, Williamsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULA JOAN CROPPER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHRISTOPHER G. CROSS, Ausable Forks, New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

SHERIDAN LYNN CROSS, Erlanger 

B.S. Nursing 
ROBERT FRANK CROSSLEY, Collingswood, New 

Jersey 

B.S. Physical Education 
MELL WOOD CROUCH, JR., Springfield 

B.M.E. Music 
DENA JO CULVER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARY SHALENE CUMMINS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVE MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM, Newport 

A.B. English 
DEBORAH LEE CURRY, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DOUG CZOR, Allentown, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

PRAVINKVMAR I. DATEL, Nairobi, Kenya 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
MARBETH ANN DAVIDSON, Red Fox 

B.S. Business Education 
ALLEN WILLIAM DAVIS, Louisville 

A.B. History and Political Science 
DIANE L. DAVIS, Mt. Sterling 

B.S. Mathematics 

JAMES JOSEPH DAVIS, Homestead, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
KATHLEEN E. DAVIS, Owensville, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology 
KIRK WILLIAM DAVIS, Orlando, Florida 

B.S. Health 
ROBERT ELLEN DAVIS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

TERESA UPTON DAVIS, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLOTTE LYNN DAWSON, LaGrange 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAN PURDOM DAWSON, Versailles 

A.B. Broadcasting 
GWENDOLYN STUMBO DAWSON, McDowell 

B.S. Special Education 




396 SENIORS/COX-DAW 



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Bernie Harubla watches for the starter's signal at the DU Bike Race. 




CONNIE STANDAFER DEATON, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. English and Spanish 
JOSEPH W. DECHIRICO, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
JUDY ELLINGTON DECHIRICO, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD L. DEGLOW, Florence 

B.S. Psychology 

MARY JANE DEJACO, Alexandria 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH ANN DELDUCA, Dormont, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOSEPH B. DELPH, Lynch 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
VICKI DENNIS, Louisville 

A.B. English 

LOIS ANN DENNISTON, Campton 

B.S. Business Education 
JUNE RUTH DENNY, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
JOHN THOMAS DESKINS, Pikeville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
RAYMOND FRANCIS DESLOOVER, Monroe, 

Michigan 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



SENIORS/DEA-DES 397 



MARY CATHERINE DEWEESE, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
CAROL SHILL DICKTER, Enterprise, Alabama 

A.B. History 
RICHARD J. DIEHL, Louisville 

A.B. Drama 
JAMES BARTRAM DINGUS, Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Marketing 

NAPOLEON DOBBINS, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 
ROBERT A. DOBBS, Franklin 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
TERESA W. DOBBS, Ashland 

A.B. English 
DENNIS DALE DOGGETT, Verona 

B.B.A. Marketing 

BERTIE RAY DOLEN, Monticello 

B.B.A. General Business 
DARLA DONLEY, Troy, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD BERNARD DONOGHUE, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ROBERT ALVIN DONTA, Ashland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 





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Students in Physical Science class calculates results from experiment 
on the principles of motion. 



398 SENIORS/DEW-DON 



Students Calculate in Lab Classes 




RICHARD WILLIAM DOOLEY, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
JAMES HUGH DORMAN, Covington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JANICE A. G. DOSSETT, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
IRVIN L. DOTSON, Pikeville 

B.B.A. Accounting 

PATRICIA JEAN DOTSON, Cincinnati 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
PATRICK L. DOUGHERTY, Bellevue 

A.B. Sociology 
LYNN DIANE DOWELL, Cincinnati 

B.S. Kindergarten and Elementary Education 
GEORGE T. DOYLE, Pans 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JOHN ROBERT DREW, Lexington 

B.M.E. Music 
JOAN ADAMS DRURY, Versailles 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PHYLLIS GAY DUNAWAY, Miamisburg, Ohio 

A.B. History 
MARK E. DUNCAN, Lancaster 

B.B.A. General Business 

GARY R. DUNLAP, Richmond 

B.B.S. Industrial Technology 
WILLIAM THOMAS DUNN, Richmond 

B.S. Psychology 
JON EDWARD DURKIN, Lexington 

A.B. Art 
ROBERT B. DURRETT, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

CLAUDE WILLIAM DYE, Somerset 

B.B.A. Business 
RHONDA CAROL DYEHOUSE, Crab Orchard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PATTY McKEEHAN EADES, Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA LYNN EARLY, Valley Station 

B.S. Business Education 

JOSEPH EDGAR EATON, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
ROBERT HEINZ EBERT, Shepherdsville 

A.B. Law Enforcement and Social Work 
ERNEST LEE EDGINGTON III, Winchester 

A.B. History 
MARVIN EGBERT, Versailles 

B.B.A. Electronic Data Processing 

WILLIAM M. EGGEMEIER, Newport 

A.B. Political Science 
JUDITH ANN EHRENBERG, Reading, Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
WALTER RALPH EHRET, Covington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SHERRY LYNN EKER, Dayton 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/DOO-EKE 399 



BETTY J. ELAM, Louisville 

B.S. Medical Technology 
KATHY ELDER, Fairfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETTY JANE ELKIN, Winchester 

A.B. History 
WINSTON ANTHONY EMMANUEL, Trinidad, West 

Indies 

B.S. Physical Education and Corrective Therapy 

SUSAN KAREN ENGLER, Louisville 

A.B History 
KENNETH LEROY ERNSPIKER, JR., Jeffersontown 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DONALD C. ESTEP, London 

A.B. Art 
KATHLEENA GAY EVANS, Covington 

A.B. Social Work 

PEGGY SUE EVERSOLE, Buckhorn 

B.S. Elementary Education 
YOLANDA GAYLE FARRELL, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DIANNA LEA FEDERLE, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
DAVID J. FELDHAUS, Covington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 




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Above: Mud puddles from warm autumn showers provide a great place for a little fun. Right: 
The Fountain is a place to rinse out your slacks after a run in the mud puddles. 



400 SENIORS/ELA-FEL 



Puddles Provide Excuse for Fun 




THERESA ANN FELDMAN, Madison, Indiana 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
TAYLOR LYNN FELTNER, Fairfield, Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 
DRUE FERGUSON, Dayton 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
ELMA JEAN FERGUSON, Flat Gap 

A.B. Library Science 

MICHAEL MOORE FERGUSON, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MARY ETTA FERMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
YVONNE FIELDS, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES LARRY FIELDS, Paris, Tennessee 

B.S Law Enforcement 

SHARON B. FIELDS, Pans 

B.S. Business Education and Office Administration 
STEPHEN ALAN FIELDS, Winchester 

A.B. History and Social Science 
JAMES M. FIELY, Mentor, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DONALD R. FILER, Lexington 

B.S Law Enforcement 



SENIORS/FEL-FIL 401 



GLENDA DEAN FINLEY, Bellbrook, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MAE FINLEY, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education 
CLAUDIA LOUISE FISCHER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
PETER LOUIS FISCHER, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 

BEVERLY JEAN FISHER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DIANE C. FISHER, Cleveland, Ohio 

B.S. School Health 
MARY ANN FISHER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 
PAMELA MARTENS FISK, Battle Creek, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

TERRY LEE FISK, Coldwater, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOSEPH COOPER FITCH, Versailles 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LINDA M. FITZER, Southgate 

B.S. Kindergarten and Elementary Education 
LYNN PAULINE FLANERY, Flemingsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 

DAVID RICHARD FOYT, Sidney, Ohio 

B.B.A. Finance 
JOHN E. FOLAND, Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
VICKY LYNN FOLEY, North Middletown 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 
YVONNE FOREE, Louisville 

A.B. English 








Two romantic students take advantage of a quiet and inspiring atmosphere. 



402 SENIORS/FIN-FOR 



Plaza Provides Inspiring Atmosphere 




DAVID WAYNE FORTNER, Williamstown 

B.S. Physical Education 
REX D. FORTNER, Florence 

B.B.A. Accounting 
STEVEN G. FORTNER, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
STEVEN R. FOSSON, Ashland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

GERRYE LYNN FOSTER, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARCIA JEAN FOSTER, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LAWRENCE D. FRALEY, Middletown, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
PATRICIA S. FRANKLIN, Louisa 

B.S Physical Education 

ESTER RATLIFF FRAZIER, Elkhorn City 

A.B. English 
DWAIN B. FREDERICK, Manchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONNIE LYNN FREEMAN, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Health 
TERESA J. FREEMAN, Auxier 

A.B. Spanish 

WILLIAM STEPHEN FRITSCH, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
DAVID LOUIS FRY, Springboro, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
JOHN WILLIAM FUNK, Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ANNE ROWLAND FURR, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MICHAEL WAYNE GABBARD, Winchester 

B.S. Mathematics 
CARL K. GIBHART, Mackville 

A.B History 
PATRICIA ROYALTY GABHART, Willisburg 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
RUDY ALLEN GABHART, Willisburg 

B.S Public Health 

DELORES ANITA GAINES, Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A, Data Processing 
LINDA SUE GAINES, London 

B.S. Physical Education 
SAM PAYNE GANO, Georgetown 

B.S. Agriculture 
JANICE MARIE GARBACK, Rochester, New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

HELEN GAIL GARNER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVEN JOHN GARRARD, Centerville, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
BETTE CAROL GATEWOOD, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARK HOWARP GEISEN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 



SENIORS/FOR-GEI 403 



Entertainment Provided in Dorms 



GREGORY DALE GELLHAUS, Louisville 

B.S. Agriculture 
JAMES BOWER GENTRY, Parksville 

B.S. Biology 
SUSAN GENTRY, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KATHLEEN ANN GERTH, Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BARBARA GAIL GIBSON, Erlanger 

B.S. Physical Education 
DAVID EVAN GIBSON, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 

B.S. Medical Services 
RICHARD COLE GIBSON, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
VICKI RANEY GIBSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BRIAN C. GILPIN, Bethelridge 

B.S. Geology 
STEVEN DOUGLAS GOLD, Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
WILLIAM JOSEPH GOLDSTON, Danville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LACY McKINLEY GOODMAN, Pikeville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JOHN FRANCIS GORMAN, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
KENNIE C. GOSSER, Norwood, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PATSY L. GOUGH, Winchester 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
GLENN EDWIN GOYNE, Middletown 

B.B.A. General Business 

EDWINA JOANIE GRAHAM, Campton 

B.S. Pre-Medical 
JUDY L. GRAHAM, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SARAH FRAUX GRANT, Florence 

A.B. Spanish 
SONDRA KAYE GRASS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ELEANOR B. GRAY, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
KRISTIE ANNE GRAY, Lebanon, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TEVIS PENN GRAY, Cynthiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHRYSTEEN HOPE GRAZIANI, Cold Spring 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ROBERT LEE GREEN, Shelbyville 

A.B. Geography 
ROD GREEN, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROGER M. GREEN, Sellersburg, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
TENA MICHELE GREEN, Paducah 

B.S. Physical Education 




404 SENIORS/GEL-GRE 




BRENDA LEE GREENWELL, Louisville 

A.B. History 
MILDRED ANN GREGORY, Springfield 

A.B. Library Science 
NORA KATHLEEN GREGORY, London 

B.S. Health 
BETH A. GREVER, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Dietetics 

SANDRA KAY GRIMES, Paris 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RANDY G. GRIMME, Lakeside 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
SYBIL ANN GROEN, Winchester 

B.B.A. General Business 
RONDA LYNN GRUENINGER, Reading, 

A.B. Sociology 



Ohio 



STEPHEN F. GUBSER, Bellevue 

A.B. History 
LINDA RUTH GUENTHNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
KARROL LAYNE GUY, Lexington 

B.S. Art 
VIRGINIA ANN GUY, Midway 

A.B. Social Work 




Two students play a game of bumper pool in Keene Hall. 



SENIORS/GRE-GUY 405 



Mid-Day Breaks Allow R & R 



BARBARA WALKER HACKER, Manchester 

B.S. Home Economics 
KATHLEEN MARIE HAGER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONNA JEAN HALE, Manchester 

A.B. Social Work 
DURWARD EARL HALE, Belfry 

B.B.A. Accounting 

GWENDOLYN SUE HALE, Prestonsburg 

A.B. History 
DIANA MAE HALL, Harrison, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
GARY L. HALL, Barnesville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOSEPH GRANT HALL, Campbellsburg 

B.B.A. Marketing 

OWEN LYLE HALL, Bowen 

B.S. Mathematics 
TOMMY HALL, Kitts 

A.B. History 
TRUMAN SCOTT HALL, Wayland 

B.B.A. Accounting 
VIKKI E. HALL, Louisville 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 

JUDY P. HALSEY, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HENRY MORRIS HAMBLIN, Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BARBARAS. HAMILTON, Richmond 

A.B. History 
DANIEL GLENN HAMILTON, Wheatley 

A.B. Speech 

JOAN H. HAMILTON, Winchester 

B.S. Special Education 
KAREN KENNEDY HAMILTON, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SANDRA LEE HAMILTON, Louisville 

B.S. Chemistry 
WEBBER D. HAMILTON III, Richmond 

B.S. Distributive Education 

LEROY VAUGHN HAMMOND, Delta 

A.B. History 
WILLIAM C. HAMMONS, Corbin 

A.B. History 
CHARLES ROBERT HANGER, Wheelwright 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DOUGLAS RAY HANKS, Lawrenceburg 

B.B.A. General Business Administration 

JOHN TURNER HANKS II, Lawrenceburg 

B.B.A. General Business 
MARY BETH HANNAH, Ashland 

A.B. Latin and English 
LINDA KEFFER HANNON, Ashland 

A.B. History 
NETTIE JANE HANSON, Moreland 

B.S. Elementary Education 




406 SENIORS-'HAC-HAN 




Students take time between class to pause outside of the grill to relax. 



SENIORS 407 




A student winds up as he prepares to throw a plate ot mush into the face of a KDT . 



LEE MONTFORD HARDISON, Plymouth, North 

Carolina 

B.S. Chemistry 
DOUGLAS SCOTT HARDY, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 
ALLEN MINOR HARMON, Gravel Switch 

B.S. Physical Education 
THOMAS ECKELS HARNEY, Paris 

B.B.A. Marketing 

SHARON KAY HARRELL, Middlesboro 

B.S. Mathematics 
CHARLINDA ANN HARRIS, Fleming 

A.B. Social Work 
CHARLOTTE A. HARRIS, Prestonsburg 

A.B. Sociology 
MARY A. HARRIS, Miami, Florida 

A.B. Art 

E. EDWINA HATCHER, London 

B.S. Psychology 
KENNETH RAY HATFIELD, Bardstown 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
REBECCA PARKER HATFIELD, Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
WILLIAM YONDEL HATTON, Campton 

B.S. Physical Education 




408 SENIORS/HAR-HAT 



BOG's Hold Annual County Fair 




ROBERT MICHAEL HAVRILLA, Owensville, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ROBERT CHESTER HAWLEY, Lebanon, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH SUE HAY, Bolivar, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
WILLIAM SCOTT HAYS, Hazard 

A.B. Political Science 

WILSON ALLEN HAYS, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 
WILLIAM ROGER HEID, Dover, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
LARRY COLEMAN HEINZELMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
RANDALL MARK HEISTER, Cold Spring 

B.B.A. Marketing Business 

JAMES EVERETT HELM, Richmond 

B.B.A. Management 
STEPHEN LEE HELMBRECHT, Glasgow 

A.B. History 
CHARLES ROBERT HELTON, Berea 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
CLARENETTA SUE HENDERSON, Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DONNA CHAPLIN HENDRICKS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDGAR RAY HENRY, Norwood, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PATRICIA HENRY, Harrodsburg 

A.B. Speech Pathology 
THOMAS MICHAEL HENRY, Highland Heights 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DEBRA SUE HENSLEY, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
JEAN BEELER HENSLEY, Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PEGGY HENSLEY, Nicholasville 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
CYNTHIA IRENE HENTZELL, Massillon, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

NANCY ELIZABETH HERALD, Quicksand 

B.S. Mathematics 
LARRY MILLARD HERRON, London 

B.S. Business Education 
BARBARA LEE HESSE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID M. HEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Health Education 

LANA SUE HICKEY, Pikeville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOHN PHILIP HICKS JR., Ft. Mitchell 

B.B.A. Marketing 
M. SUSAN HICKS, Indianapolis, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
PATRICIA FLOWERS HICKS, Corbin 

A.B. English 



SENIORS/HAV-HIC 409 



Wandering Pets Tour Campus 



DIANE KAY HILL, Louisville 

A.B. German and Russian 
ELIZABETH MARIE HILL, Corbin 

A.B. English 
LINDA KAY HIMES, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Medical Technology 
NANCY LYNN HINDMAN, Springfield 

B.S. Physical Education 

CAROL LEE HIRTZINGER, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCY KAY HITE, Middlesboro 

B.S. Psychology 
MARY CHRISTINE HOAGLAND, Lebanon Junction 

A.B. History 
JERE ROBERT HOFFERT, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

MARTHA CRAWFORD HOFFMAN, Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL DEAN HOFFMAN, West Carrollton, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
TANYA LYN HOLBROOK, Washington Courthouse, 

Ohio 

B.S. Nursing 
KATHLEEN SUSAN HOLEMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 

BELINDA JOYCE HOLMAN, Parksville 

B.S. Industrial Arts Education 
KATHY GWEN HOLT, Wurtland 

B.S. Business Education 
RAY W. HOLT, Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
SUZANNE R. HOLTHOUSER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

REBECCA LEE HOOD, Irvine 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
STEPHEN DAVIS HOPKINS, Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
JOSEPH LEE HORAN, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MICHAEL DWAYNE HORTON, Louisville 

B.S. Therapeutic Recreation 

PATRICIA ANN HOSKINS, Hazard 

A.B. History 
GARY W. HOUBEN, Highland Heights 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT JOHN HOUGHTAUNG, Bath, New York 

B.B.A. Management 
BILLY C. HOUSE, Carlisle 

B.B.A. Finance 

STEPHEN EDWARD HOUSE, Spnngdale, Ohio 

A.B. History 
GLENN FRANKLIN HOWARD, Morning View 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BERNARD E. HRUBALA, Rockville Centre, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 
LANNY ROY HUBBARD, Stanford 

B.S. Business Education 




410 SENIORS/HIL-HUB 




Mike Alley receives a warm welcome from a visiting Great Dane 




BRENDA JOY HUGHES, Columbus, Ohio 

A.B. Art Education 
KAY MARSHALL HUGHES, Carlisle 

B S Medical Technology 
LINDA J. HUGHES, Simpsonville 

B.S. Interior Design 
RICHARD PAUL HUGHES, Barnesville, Ohio 

B.S Physical Education 

DINAH GAIL HUNEYCUTT, Morning View 

A B. History 
DARRELL HURD, Mack, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Management 
JOHN H INMAN. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
LINDA SUE C. INMAN, Harrodsburg 

B.S Business Education 

THERESA TODD INSKO, Richmond 

A.B. Drama 
JOHN CALVERT JACKSON, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
KENNETH THAD JACKSON, Wheelwright 

B.S. Special Education 
PATRICIA ANN JACKSON, Danville 

B.S Elementary Education 



SENIORS/HUG-JAC 411 



RICHARD WILLIAM JACKSON, JR., Hopatcong, New 

Jersey 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
STEVEN CLAYNE JACKSON, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
W. GLENN JACKSON, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KAREN ANNE JACOBS, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Art 

FREDERICK ALLEN JAMES II, Prestonsburg 

A.B. Political Science 
TERESA JO JAMES, Vevay, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
KAREN SUE JARVIS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

BS. Math 
LELA F. JARVIS, Manchester 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 





Nurses prepare to obtain blood at the semi-annual Red Cross Bloodmobile. 



412 SENIORS' JAC-JAR 



Students Donate to Bloodmobile 




VICKI DIANE JEFFS, Shelbyville 

B.S. Medical Technology 
DEBORAH ANN JENKINS, Danville 

A.B. English 
GORDON LEE JETT, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
DAYLE ANN JOHNSON, Covington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARCIA LYNN JOHNSON, West Carrollton, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
MARGARET ALICE JOHNSON, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
MERLE JOHNSON, Barbourville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD C. JOHNSTON, Springboro, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

DAVID MALCOLM JONES, Richmond 

A.B. History 
DON L. JONES, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
GERALD R. JONES, Richmond 

B.B.A. General Business 
THOMAS CASTEEL JONES, London 

B.B.A. General Business 

VICKI LOU JONES, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 
CLAYTON JUSTICE, Elkhorn City 

A.B. History 
KATHLEEN M. KANDLE, Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT CHARLES KANZINGER, Louisville 

B.S. Biology 

GALIB ELIAS KAWAJA, Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
DAN E. KAYCOR, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Economics 
RUDY MARTIN KAYS, Frankfort 

B.B.A. Data Processing and Management 
MARLENA B. KEARNS, Florence 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 

REBECCA LYNN KEENE, Robinson Creek 

B.S. Home Economics 
JOAN E. KEITH, Berea 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES I. KELHOFFER, Trenton, Ohio 

A.B. History 
ROBERT BLAINE KELLEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Broadcasting 

THOMAS L. KELLIS, Greenfield, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
TISH B. KELLY, Harlan 

A.B. Social Work 
VICKEY LYNN KEMPER, Vandalia, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
ALBERT S. KENNEDY III, Midway 

A.B. Social Work 



SENIORS/JEF-KF.N 413 



Phones Link Campus to World 



DAVID MARK KEPLER, Pitsburg, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ANGELA KERN, Aurora, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
NANCY CAROL KESEL, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MICHAEL ALAN KETTLER, Richmond 

B.S. Mathematics 

BRENDA LEE KIDD, Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REED DEWADE KIMBROUGH, Pleasure Ridge Park 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
BARBARA LYNN KINBERGER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHARON JOY KING, Harlan 

B.M.E. Music Education 

ANORE KINNEY, Ashland 

A.B. Broadcasting 
STEPHEN ROBERT KIRK, West Elkton, Ohio 

A.B. Social Studies 
LARRY KIRKSEY, Harlan 

B.S. Physical Education 
KAREN DIANE KLECKNER, St. Clairsville, Ohio 

A.B. French 

RAYMOND GREGORY KLEIN, Ashland 

A.B. Broadcasting 
MARLENE K. KLEINJAN, Annville 

A.B. Spanish and Library Science 
JOSEPH KEVIN KLEYKAMP, Russell 

B.M.E. Music Education 
LAURA LEE KNIGHT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DONNA LEE KOEHLER, Louisville 

A.B. History 
KATHLEEN MICHELE KOENIG, Valley Station 

A.B. Social Work 
MARGARET ANNE KURAPKAT, Radcliff 

A.B. Russian and B.S. Math 
JAMES H. KURK, Louisville 

A.B. History 

BARBARA JOAN LAGASSEE, Battle Creek, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH COMBS LAINHART, Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 
PAULA DIANE LAMBDIN, Middlesboro 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONALD WILLIAM LAMPLEY, Franklin, Tennessee 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

STEPHEN CLARK LANE, Warrington, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Entorcement 
BRUCE MARTIN LANGE, Newark, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
TED WAYNE LANTER, Pewee Valley 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PAUL DOUGLAS LASHBROOKE, Tollesboro 

B.S. Recreation 




414 SENIORS/KEP-LAS 




Telephones play a major role In every girl's social life, including Sandy Griffith, of McGregor Hall. 



SENIORS 415 




Campus sidewalks provide a quiet place for students to meet and converse 



JOSEPH MARTIN LAWFER III, Nicholasville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DENNIS WAYNE LAWRENCE, Brodhead 

B.S, Elementary Education 
GARY STEPHEN LAWRENCE, Louisville 

A.B. Drama 
DEBORAH LAWSON, Richmond 

B.M. Music 

HARRY BARTON LAWSON, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
STANLEY G. LAWSON, Danville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
DAVID ALLEN LAYNE, Ivel 

B.S. Physical Education 
FREDA LYNN LAYNE, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 

CECIL BRADLEY LAYTON, Lancaster 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
JAMES FOSTER LEAVELL, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
WOODIE LEAVELL, Lancaster 

B.S. Agriculture 
CARMEN KATHRENE LEE, Gainesville, Georgia 

A.B. English 




416 SENIORS/LAW-LEE 



Tree-Shaded By-Ways Offer Refuge 




JAMES J. LEE, Elsmere 

B.B.A. Economics 
NADINE LEE, Lebanon 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
EDWIN C. LESTER, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MERVYN P. LEWIS, Arima, Trinidad 

B.S. Physical Education and Corrective Therapy 

TONI KAY LEWIS, New Lexington, Ohio 

B.S. Math 
DOROTHY RHEA LIGHT, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOYCE LIPPS, Goshen, Ohio 

B.S. Physics 
DONALD JAMES LLOYD, Boston 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

POLLY CLAUDINE LLOYD, Evarts 

A.B. English 
RICHARD CHARLES LOEWENSTINE, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education and Corrective Therapy 
KENNETH JAMES LONG, Bethpage, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 
REBECCA ANNE LOTT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

STEPHAN MARK LOUIS, Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Electronics and Technical Drawing 
CHARLES WAYNE LOVELY, Middlesboro 

B.S. Physical Education 
GEORGEANN LOVELY, Louisville 

A.B. History 
ROSETTA LUCAS, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

PHILIP LEO LUCKETT, Lebanon 

B.B.A. General Business 
TERRI ANNE LUKEN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Drama 
POLLY ANN LUSK, Villa Hills 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOE A. LYON, Paintsville 

B.S. Industrial Education 

GAIL L. LYTTLE, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education 
ELAINE MACK, Pans 

A.B. History 
STEPHEN J. MACKE, Ft. Wright 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ANN HOGAN MACKIN, Bardstown 

B.S. Math 

VICKI C. MADON, Middlesboro 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHEILA ROSE MAGGARD, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
JERRY PAUL MAINOUS, Booneville 

A.B. Art 
DENISE DIANE MANNING, Louisville 

A.B. English 



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JOSEPH CLYDE MANNING JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 
LINDA SUSAN MANTEL, New Carlisle, Ohio 

A.B. Library Science 
MARCIE LYNN MARLOW, Louisville 

B.S. Child Development 
SHARON LEE MARLOW, McKinney 

B.S. Home Economics Education 

KATHRYN MARSH, Kingsport, Tennessee 

B.S. Home Economics 
LINDA SUSAN MARSHALL, Covington 

A.B. Library Science 
RICHARD E. MARSHALL, Mitchell, Indiana 

B.S. Agriculture 
CANTON GERALD MARTIN, Virgie 

B.M.E. Music 

DONALD CHARLES MARTIN, Hazard 

A.B. History 
DANNY R. MASDEN, Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 
BARBARA NOLAN MASSEY, Manchester 

B.S. Mathematics 
ELDON ROY MATLICK, Middletown 

B.M.E. Music 

CONSTANCE MATTINGLY, Owensboro 

B.S. Health Education 
WALTER THOMAS MAYER, Alexandria 

A.B. Geography 
MARTHA JANE MCCARTHY, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
PAULINE ENFIELD McCONATHY, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PHIL WAYNE McCONATHY, Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
GARY WAYNE McCORMICK, Alexandria 

B.S. Industrial Arts 
PEGGY ROSEMARY McCREARY, Evarts 

B.S. Physical Education 
JACKIE LEE McCULLEY, Glassboro, New Jersey 

B.S. Physical Education 

DEBORAH J. McDONALD, Harlan 

B.S. Business Education 
VICKI LYNN McDONALD, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
CHARLES WILLIAM McDOWELL, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Marketing 
DONNA J. McGINNIS, Danville 

B.S. Physical Education 

BERNARD A. McGLONE, Harrodsburg 

B.B.A. General Business 
RITA GRITTON McGLONE, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Business Education 
GEORGE MICHAEL McGUIRE, Beattyville 

A.B. Physical Education 
GEENNA MURRAY McGUIRE, Valley Station 

B.S. Elementary Education 




418 SENIORS/MAN-McG 




Excitement shows in the face of Cara Bagy as Eastern Scores another touchdown 







REBECCA DIANE McGUIRE, Lexington 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
EDWINA MclNTOSH, Chavies 

A.B. English 
MICHAEL DEAN MclNTOSH, Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
KATHERINE EILEEN McKANE, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 

PAUL NELSON McKEE, Covington 

B.S Physical Education 
CAROLYN LOUISE McKENZIE, Russell 

A.B. English 
MARTHA JEAN McKENZIE, Flat Gap 

B.S. Chemistry 
GLENN DONALD McLAUGHLIN, Lansing, Illinois 

B.B.A. Marketing 

CHRISTINE ANN McMICHAEL, Louisville 

A.B. English 
DAVID DANA McMILLEN, Wilmore 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BARBARA JANE McNABB, Erlanger 

B.S. Child Development 
DON D. McREYNOLDS, Mt. Sterling 

B.S. Elementary Education 



SENIORS/McG-McR 419 




Fans enjoy the antics of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters as they warm up to the tune of "Sweet Georgia Brown. 



DANIAL JOSEPH MECKSTROTH, Glen Este, Ohio 

B.B.A. Economics 
DONALD W. MEINEKE, JR., Loveland, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LINDA ANN MEISENZAHL, Lindenwold, New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHANIE URSULA MERSON, Odenton, Maryland 

A.B. Journalism 

RON MESSA, Verplanck, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 
PATRICIA LYNNE MEYER, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 
JACKIE RAY MILLER, Miami, Florida 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARK ATNHONY MILLER, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 

A.B. Political Science 

MARY ANN MILLER, South Shore 

B.S. Biology 
BARBARA ANN MILLS, Barbourville 

B.S. Elementary Education and Accounting 
GERALD DAVID MILLS, Brooks 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
REDA JOANN MILLS, Glasgow 

A.B. English 

ROSS WILLIAM MILLS, Frankfort 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LESTER J. MITCHELL, Pataskala, Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
MARY K. S. MITCHELL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA D. MITTEL, Louisville 

B.S. Pre-Veterinary Medicine 




420 SENIORS/MEC-MIT 



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BETTY JANE MONTGOMERY, Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DALLAS MONTGOMERY, Fritz 

B.S. Industrial Education 
EMLINE STAMPER MONTGOMERY, Fritz 

B.S. Business Education 
JOE GORDON MONTGOMERY, Lancaster 

B.S. Physical Education 

DAVID LYNN MOONEY, London 

B.B.A. Electronic Data Processing 
ALBERT T. MOORE, Campion 

A.B. History 
ALICE MARIE MOORE, Milford, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
CHARLOTTE WATHEN MOORE, Boston 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

DARLA JEAN MOORE, Louisville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
GALE E. MOORE, Sabina, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
JAMES B. MOORE, Berea 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOSEPH MICHAEL MOORE, Bardstown 

B.S. Recreation Administration 

LEMON CLYDE MOORE, Beattyville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LOLA MOORE, Campton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARVIN L. MOORE, Hamilton, Ohio 

A.B. Sociology 
PAULA CELESTE MOORE, Frankfort 

A.B. English 

ROBERT THOMAS MOORE, New Castle 

B.B.A. Finance 
RUTH DARLENE MOORE, Lexington 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
SUSAN GAIL MOORE, Independence 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY HELEN MOORHEAD, Versailles, Indiana 

B.M.E. Music 

MARY JO MOORMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
ROBERT KARL MORAN, Barbourville 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
JANICE CLAIRE MORGAN, St. Louis, Missouri 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
KERRY FRANCIS MORGAN, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 

DAVID CARLETT MORRIS. Harrodsburg 

B.M.E. Music 
FREEDA ANN MORRIS, Lexington 

B.M.E. Music 
JANE McKELLEY MORRIS, Nashville, Tennessee 

A.B. English 
LINDA LEE MORRIS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 



SENIORS/MON-MOR421 




Derby trophies offered by Sigma Chi strengthens competition between campus organizations. 



422 SENIORS 



Trophies Inspire Competition 




SHARRON KAYE MORRIS, Arnold, Maryland 

B.S. Business Education 
STEPHEN WARD MORRIS, Cynthiana 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
STEVEN EDWIN MORROW, Battle Creek, Michigan 

B.S. Law Entorcement 
SUANNE MOSER, Ft. Wright 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SAMMY LEE MOSLEY, Pikeville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
KAREN LEE MOSS, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
LESLEE J. MOURER, Russell 

B.S. Special Education 
WILLIAM CHARLES MUELLER, Homer City, 

Pennsylvania 

A.B. Social Work 

REBECCA RUTH MULLINS, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
WILLARD HARLIE MULLINS JR., Corbin 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
BILLY DEAN MURPHY, Georgetown 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JANE ELIZABETH MURPHY, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics Education 

MICHAEL R. MURPHY, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DARLENE YOUNG NALL, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
SUSIE BRADLEY NALLY, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KAVOOSE NAMAZI, Iran 

B.S. Chemistry 

CALLOWAY W. NAPIER III, Hazard 

B.S. Biology and Public Health 
DREXEL T. NEAL, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOSEPH JAMES NEFF, Elmsford, New York 

B.S. Industrial Arts 
CHERYL E. NEISWINGER, New Carlisle, Ohio 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

STAFFORD CLAY NELSON, Richmond 

B.B.A Marketing 
STEPHEN PHILIP NELSON, Jamestown, New York 

B.S. Economics 
RICHARD WILLIAM NELTNER, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Marketing 
WILLIAM LOUIS NEVELS, Florence 

A.B. Philosophy 

ANTHONY L. NEWSOME, Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
MARY MARGARET NEWSOME, Stanford 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ANTHONY QUINN NEWTON, Irvine 

B.S. Data Processing 
DAVID L. NICHOLAS, Hodgenville 

B.B.A. General Business 



SENIORS/MOR-NIC 423 



Bike Riders Face Parking Problems 



STEVEN EDWARD NICHOLAS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 
MARTY ANN NICHOLSON, Brandenburg 

B.S. Dietetics 
MICHAEL EUGENE NICHOLSON, Miami, Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PAULA NICKLES, Dema 

B.S. Elementary Education 

POLLY MARIE NICKELS, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MALCOLM EDWARD NICKSON, Norwood, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
MELODY SUE NIEMANN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
AVONDA LE NOE, Paint Lick 

B.S. Business Education 

CAROLYN B. NOE, Paint Lick 

B.S. Health 
JOEL SCOTT NOLAND, Irvine 

A.B. Art 
DAVID SCOTT NORMAN, Louisville 

A.B. History 
BETH ANN NUTTY, Brookville, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 

STEVEN DALLAS OGDEN, Milton 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DEBORAH S. OLDS, Vevay, Indiana 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
PETER N. OLIVIERI, Madison, New Jersey 

B.B.A. Finance 
PETER LOUIS OLSEN, Lexington 

B.B.S. Physical Education 




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424 SENIORS/NIC-OLS 





CATHY OSBORNE, Hyden 

B.S. School Health 
GREGORY ALLEN OSBORNE, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. History 
ROWENA OSBORNE, Barbourville 

B.S. Business Education 
ROY PAUL OSBORNE, Lily 

B.S. Math 

TERESA ANN OSBORNE, Virgie 

B.S. Speech Pathology 
MORRIS WAYNE OWEN, Louisville 

B.S. Biology and A.B. Sociology 
STACY POLEOLOGOS, Rockville, Maryland 

A.B. Art 
CRAIG A. PALMER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

KATHRYN ANN PARIS, Louisville 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
GALE F. PARKE, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
BILL JACK PARKER, Blackey 

B.S. Physics 
ANN PARKS, Paducah 

B.S. Dietetics 

LARRY ROBERT PARKS, Osceola, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GERALD LYNN PARKS, Lexington 

B.S. 
MARSHA ANN PARTUSCH, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
DONALD ALAN PAULIN, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 




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SENIORS/OSB-PAU 425 



INSURANCE-PARCFI POST 




A self-service Post Office adds to convenience of campus life. 



ALBERT BRUCE PAYNE, Front Royal, Virginia 

B.S. Recreation 
GERALD E. PAYNE, London 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
MARTY JO PAYTON, Raceland 

A.B. Broadcasting 
DONALD EVANS PELLY, Fern Creek 

B.S. Biology 

DAVID LEE PENDLETON, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LARRY PENNINGTON, London 

B.S. Biology 
LARRY W. PENNINGTON, Bowling Green 

A.B. Accounting 
JOHN S. PERKINS, Louisville 

A.B. Journalism 

DEBORAH JO PERRY, Richmond 

B.S. Therapeutic Recreation 
KEITH MORRISON PERRY, Port Royal 

B.B.A. Marketing 
PATSY ELLEN PERSELL, Bedford 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Social Work 
KAREN R. PETERS, Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARJORIE A. PFALZGRAF, Burlington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLOTTE J. PHELPS, Norwood, Ohio 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 
BARBARA LYNN PHILLIPS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MATHEW CLEGG PHILLIPS, Hazard 

B.B.A. General Business 




426 SENIORS/PAY-PHI 



Post Office: an Added Convenience 




MICHAEL E. PHILLIPS, Sherherdsville 

B.B.A. General Business 
EDMOND F. PHILPOT, London 

B.S. Psychology 
HARRY H. PHILPOT JR., Pineville 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROSE MARY PHILPOT, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JANE DORCAS PICKETT, Elizabethtown 

A.B. English 
PHILIP ARCHER POLLARD, LaGrange 

B.B.A. Marketing 
KENNETH LARSON POTT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARILYN ASH POWELL, Willisburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 

OPAL MAE POWELL, Kerby Knob 

B.S Speech Pathology 
VAN A. PONERS, Cynthiana 

B.S. Physical Education and Social Work 
JAMES J. PRATER, Pikeville 

B.B.A. General Business 
DIANNE CRACE PREECE, Louisa 

A.B. History 

CONNIE S. PRESTON, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DELORES LUANN PRESTON, Pikeville 

B.S. School Health 
DENNIS ALLEN PRESTON, Harrodsburg 

B.M.E. Music 
NORMA RUTH PRICE, Magnolia 

B.S. Home Economics and Elementary Education 

BETTYE KAY PUCKETT, Bardstown 

A.B. History 
JERRY M. PERCELL, Lancaster 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
BECKY RADCLIFFE, Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ANNE NORRIS RADER, Winchester 

A.B. English 

VICKIE LEE RADERER, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBBIE LYNN RAINEY, Winchester 

B.S. Physical Education 
GEORGE RAINS, Williamsburg 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DEBRA K. RAISTRICK, Jamestown, New York 

B.B.A. Finance 

SCHEILA BETH RAMEY, Covington 

A.B. Art 
RANDY EDWARD RANDOLPH, Glassboro, New 

Jersey 

B.B.A. General Business 
CATHY RANSON, Highland Heights 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOSEPH E. RAPP, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 



SENIORS/POW-RAP 427 



Architecture Offers Scenic Beauty 



BERNARD DEAN RATLIFF, Hamden, Ohio 

ESS. Law Enforcement 
JAMES MICHAEL RATLIFF, Elkhorn City 

B.B.A. General Business 
CATHY SUE RAUSCH, Centerville, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JOAN RENEE RAY, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

ROBERT EARL RAY, Covington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BYRON MARK REAM, Plymouth, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
JUDY FENNER REAM, Plymouth, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROL J. REED, Parksville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

THOMAS W. REED, Lake Odessa, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DAVID PAUL REFFITT, Camaiso 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
THOMAS LEE REIP, Lancaster, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARCIA JEAN RENTZ, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Secondary Special Education 

EUGENE P. REYNOLDS JR., Versailles 

B.S. Psychology 
HAROLD DENNIS REYNOLDS, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HAZEL ILENE REYNOLDS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
CAROL CARBONE RHODUS, Valley Station 

A.B. English 

BETTY ANN RICE, Paris 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GEORGE LOVELL RICE, Lexington 

B.S. Public Health 
ROSEMARY RICE, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
KAREN RHODA MAE RICHARDSON, Irvine 

B.S. Biology 

KENNETH DARRELL RICHMOND, Irvine 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JANICE ELIZABETH RICKERSON, Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LASANDRA ELIZABETH RIDLEY, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JAMES L. RIGGINS, Mintonville 

A.B. History 

REBECCA TODD RILEY, Irvine 

B.M.E. Music 
GEORGE ALLEN RISHER, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Industrial and Technical Education 
STEVEN HOMER RISMILLER, Versailles, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
JOHN M. ROBARDS, Springfield 

A.B. Sociology 




428 SENIORS/RAT-ROB 




JOHN STEVEN ROBERTS, Bethlehem 

B.S. Physical Education 
KATHLEEN DURHAM ROBERTSON, Lebanon 

B.M.E. Music Education 
SAMUEL JONES ROBINSON JR., Richmond 

B.S. Law Entorcement 
SHARON FAULKNER ROBINSON, Booneville 

B.S. History 

CHARLES EDWARD RODGERS, Somerset 

B.S. Physical Education 
MICHAEL PATRICK ROE, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
BARBARA ELLEN ROGERS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KATHIE JUNE ROGERS, Newport 

A.B. French 

MARIANNE ROSE, Lexington 

A. A.B. Art and Industrial Technology 
WILMA KATHRYN ROSE, Hazel Green 

B.S. Elementary Education 
HARRY LEWIS ROTH II, Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LANA FAYE ROY, Somerset 

B.S. Chemistry 







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SENIORS/ROB-ROY 429 




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430 SENIORS 



Careless Students Lose Cookware 




JAMES LINN ROYALTY, Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Management 
PAUL LYNN ROYALTY, Crestwood 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
MIKE D. RUDDER, London 

B.S. Public Health 
KENNETH BENNETT RUE, Lexington 

B.S. Agriculture 

CAROLYN ANN RUFF, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHERYL ANN RUSSELL, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
PATRICIA KAY RUSSELL. Danville 

A.B. History 
SHIRLEY IRENE RUSTERHOLZ, Cincinnati 

B.S. Business Education 

KATHY GAY SALVICCI, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Social Work 
JACQUELINE LEE SARGENT, Florence 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM CLAY SAWYER, Louisville 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
CRAIG BRYAN SCHLEIGH, Fredericksburg, Virginia 

B.S. Physical Education 

LINDA L. SCHLOSSER, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ROGER G. SCHOMAKER, Newport 

A.B. English 
JANE LLOYD SCHORK, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
J. DANIEL SCHUMACHER, West Chester, Ohio 

B.S. Wildlife Management 

MARGARET FAYE SCHUMACHER, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULINE SCHWARTZ, Flemingsburg 

B.S. General Business Education 
JEANINE C. SCHWETTMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
KENNY W. SCHWING, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 

A.B. History 

GEORGE WILLIS SCOTT, Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JAMES S. SCOTT JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
MARY LOU SCOTT, Columbia 

B.S. Physical Education 
PHYLLIS GRACE SCOTT, Martin 

B.S. Home Economics 

WAYNE VERNON SCUDDER, Warsaw 

B.S. Physical Education 
HOLLIS LEE SEARCY, Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
TERESA ANN SEARCY, Lexington 

A.B. French 
DARVIN EUGENE SEBASTIAN, Waddy 

B.S. Agriculture 



SENIORS/ROY-SEB 431 



Falling Leaves Keep Crews Busy 



JAMES HENRY SEFCOVIE, Georgetown 

B.S. Public Health 
DEBBIE ANN SEIFERID, Georgetown 

B.S. Speech Pathology 
RONALD A. SEITER, Marion, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CAROL SUE SERURA, West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Business Education 

DEBORAH SELDIN, Beattyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHEN PAUL SELLS, Valley Station 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
ELIZABETH ANN SENSEL, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
MAUREEN LYNN SENSEL, Covington 

B.S. Physical Education 

JEFFREY KAYS SETTLES, Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CHARLES BRITTAIN SEWELL, Winchester 

A.B. Sociology 
NORMA BUSH SEWELL, Winchester 

B.M.E. Music 
JOHN JEFFREY SHEKELL, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 

KAREN E. SHELTON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM MICHAEL SHEPHERD, Dayton, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
JOYCE ELIZABETH SHIPMAN, Sidney, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GENEVIEVE GRACE SHONERT, Falmouth 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JAMES ROBERT SHOUP, Stanford 

B.B.A. Management 
SUSAN JEAN SHRADER, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
DAVID LAWRENCE SHROUT, Mount Sterling 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
CARL WHEELER SHYE, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

ROBERT RAY SIDEBOTTOM, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DAVID ANTHONY SIEREVELD, Ft. Thomas 

A.B. English 
PAMELA L. SIMCOE, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH ANN SIMPSON, Owenton 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES F. SIMPSON, Chelsea, Massachusetts 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARY SUSAN SIMPSON, Junction City 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCEY MAE SIMPSON, Springfield 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SHEARLY ELOISE SIMPSON, Anderson, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 




432 SENIORS/SEF-SIM 



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Employees of Buildings and Grounds gather up piles of leaves that fall on campus. 




SUSAN GATES SIMPSON, Russell 

A.B. English 
BRENDA DELORIS SIMS, Lily 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY B. SIMS, Mt. Olivet 

B.S. School Health Education 
M. CRAIG STEVEN SINGER, Richmond 

A.B. History 

BRENDA N. SIZEMORE, Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY PAULETTE SIZEMORE, London 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DEBORAH M. SKEDEL, Seward, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KEN HAROLD SKEENS, Pikeville 

B.B.A. Management 



SENIORS/SIM-SKE 433 



JAMES M. SKIDMORE, Harlan 

B.S. School Health 
MARTHA LOU SKIDMORE, Elizabethtown 

B.M.E. Music 
DONALD LEE SLAUGHTER, Louisville 

A.B. Law Enforcement 
ANDREW P. SLONE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Management 

ROBERT WAKEFIELD SLONE, Charlestown, Indiana 

B.S. Mathematics 
ELIZABETH ANNE REGINA SMALL, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ARLIENE SMITH, Manchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BILLY CHARLES SMITH, Manchester 

A.B. Geography 

CONSTANCE R. SMITH, Lovely 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
CYNTHIA M. SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
DENNIS HOWARD SMITH, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JANET PAIGE SMITH, Greensburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 





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434 SENIORS/SKI-SMI 



Fences Surround Campus 




JEAN M. SMITH, Lexington 

A.B. French 
JOHN N. SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SHARON MARIE SMITH, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
THOMAS ALLEN SMITH, Erlanger 

B.B.A. Accounting 

BARBARA CAROLE SMITHER, Pleasureville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARILYN KAY SORRELS, Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Kindergarten and Elementary Education 
SAMMY L. SPALDING, Lebanon 

B.S. Agriculture 
DONNA GAIL SPENCER, Williamsburg 

B.S. Home Economics 

RICHARD ALLAN SPENCER, Louisville 

B.S. Vocational Technology 
DONNA CAROL SPRINGATE, Louisville 

B.S. Special Education 
BRENDA JUNE SPURLOCK, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
GARY LEE STAGGS, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 




SENIORS/SMI-STA 435 



DeShannon Presented by Center Board 



CHARLES C. STALLINGS, Springfield 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
VIRGINIA KELLEY STANFIELD, Flemingsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT EDWARD STANLEY, Betsy Layne 

B.B.A. Management 
DAVID LEE STAPLETON, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 

KAREN J. STAZETSKI, Donora, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
HERMAN RONALD STEILBERG, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARSHA FAYE STERCHI, Valley Station 

B.S. Physical Education 
SAM STERN, Champaign, Illinois 

B.S Industrial Education 

KENT STEVENS, Mount Eden 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
LELAND EARL STEWART, Pineville 

B.B.A. General Business 
MARGARET GAYLE STEWART, Perryville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DIANA P. STIDHAM, Hyden 

B.S. Elementary Education 

WANDA SUE STILES, Hawardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRAD LOUIS STOFFREGEN, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
EDWARD SULLIVAN STOKES III, Fern Creek 

B.S. Physics 
LEE DUNCAN STOKES, Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 

RENA RUTH STOLT, Wyoming, Michigan 

A.B. Social Work 
DAVID WENDELL STONE, Bardstown 

B.S. Biology 
TERRY A. STOVALL, Bremen 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROXIE CAROL STRATTON, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JANICE LEE STRICKLAND, Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SHARON GALE STROUD, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDELLE SULLIVAN, Greensburg 

A.B. Social Work 
JUDITH C. SULLIVAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PATRICIA ANN SUMNER, Whitley City 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
WILLIAM EDWARD SUMNER JR., Ft. Knox 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JONNIE MAE SUPPLEE, Carrollton 

B.B.A. Marketing 
THOMAS E. SWANSON, Louisville 

A.B. Philosophy 



436 SENIORS STA-SWA 








BETTY JEAN SWEENEY, Waynesburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CARLA KAY SWOPE, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
CLYDE STEVEN SWORD, Middletown, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
SUSAN ANN TACY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Law Entorcement 

EDWIN MILLER TALLENT, Albany 

B.S. Agriculture 
THOMAS MICHAEL TATUM, Lebanon 

B.S. Biology 
TERRY CARLTON TAYLOR, Bloomfield 

B.S. Psychology 
J. DARRYL TEDDER, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

JOHN J. THOMA, Sidney, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAULA MICHELLE THOMAS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BILLY RAY THOMPSON, Feds Creek 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PAMELA KAY THOMPSON, South Williamson 

A.B. Social Work 




Popular recording artist Jackie DeShannon expresses herself through 
song in her native state. 



SENIORS/SWE-THO 437 



Dormitories Provide Study Atmosphere 



PRISCILLA THOMPSON, Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
O THOMAS TIDWELL, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
LINDA TILLERY, Richmond 

B.S Physical Education 
JAMES A. TIPTON, Irvine 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

WILLIAM ROY TOMLINSON, Evarts 

A.B. Spanish and B.S. Business Education 
KAREN ELAINE TOROK, Jackson 

B.B.A. General Business 
MICHAEL WAYNE TORSTRICK, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROGER WAYNE TRAMMELL, Pine Knot 

B.B.A. Business 

CHRIS TINA TREES, Louisville 

B.B.A. Business Education 
STEVEN BUSH TRIBBLE, Richmond 

B.S. Biology 
TERRY N. TRIMBLE, Pikeville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
BRENDA SUE TROSPER, Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SANDRA RAE TRUAX, Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL L. TRULOCK, Austin, Indiana 

B.S. Math 
DEBORAH GENE TULLY, Benton 

A.B. History 
LAURA MARGUERITE TURLEY, Ironton, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 

CARLIS EARL TURNER, Dayton 

A.B. English 
CLIFFORD H. TURNER, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
DANIEL L. TURNER, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
LEONA TURNER, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 

WILLIAM MICHAEL TURNER, Louisville 

A.B. Regional Planning 
JAMES T. TURPIN, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Physics 
IRA JOE TUSSEY, David 

A.B. Political Science 
BARBARA ANN UNSELD, Louisville 

A.B. History 

WADE NELSON UPCHURCH, Monticello 

B.S. Physical Education 
GLORIA D. VAN BEVER, Somerset 

B.S. Psychology 
LINDA N. VAN HOOK, Somerset 

B.S. Business Education 
BOBBY EVAN VAN NATTA, Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 




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438 SENIORS/THO-VAN 




The solitude of a dormitory on a weekend provides a perfect atmosphere for study 



SENIORS 439 



Fall Brings Student Elections 



DON WINSTON VAN SLYKE, Louisville 

B.S. Special Education 
JAMES RONNIE VANOVER, Middlesboro 

B.S. Mathematics 
RONNIE WAYNE VANOVER, Benham 

A.B. Art 
ROGER DALE VANZANT, Mt. Vernon 

B.S. Industrial Education 

ORLEEN VAUGHN, London 

B.S. Home Economics 
JANNA PARTIN VICE, Williamsburg 

B.S. Business Education 
WAYNE D. VICE, Corbin 

B.B.A. Accounting 
MICHAEL J. VICKERS, Cold Spring 

B.B.A. Data Processing 

LINDA DELAINE VICTOR, Garrett 

A.B. Geography and B.S. Special Education 
LINDA JO VITATOE, Wheelwright 

B.S. Business Education 
MELISSA R. VLIEK, Oceanside, New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GLORIA JILL VOTAW, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Interior Design 

DAVID M. WADE, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
DEBRA KAY WADE, Ashland 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
CONNIE WADE WAGGENER, Campbellsville 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT JAMES WAGNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

DANIEL DEE WALTERS, Newark, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
LARRY EDWARD WALTERS, Fairfield, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
CHARLES FARIS WARD, Muses Mills 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
NANCY LYNNE WARD, Greensburg, Indiana 

B.M.E. Music 

THOMAS ALAN WARDELL, Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
THOMAS CLAYTON WARE, Pans 

A.B. Regional Planning 
KAREN BLOYD WARREN, Greensburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOE IVA WASHINGTON, JR., Lynch 

B.S. Physical Education — Corrective Therapy 

HAZEL MARGARET WATHEN, Henderson 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
JOHN W. WATKINS, Manchester 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JUDITH PYLE WATSON, Harlan 

A.B. History 
NEIL STANTON WATSON, Garrett 

B.S. Biology 




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440 SENIORS/VAN-WAT 




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SYLVIA LEE WATSON, Walton 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten 
DONNA RAYE WAUGH, Carlisle 

A.B. History 
CHRISTOPHER J. WEBB, Jackson, Michigan 

B.B.A. Management 
JOHN KEITH WEBB, Prestonburg 

B.S. English 

ROY ESTO WEBB, Willingboro, New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CINDY P. WEBSTER, Dryndge 

B.S. Psychology 
ROBERTA LOUISE WEIMER, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOY LYNN WELCH, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 




Students participate in campus elections by casting their votes in ballot- 
ing boxes located around campus. 



SENIORS/WAL-WEL 441 



TERRY LYNN WELLS, Richmond 

B.B.A. Office Administrafion 
DOUG WALTERS WEST, Richmond 

B.S. Vocational Education 
GLORIA L. WESTERMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
PAUL WESTERMAN, Villa Hills 

B.B.A. Economics 

WALTER NEAL WESTRICH, Okeana, Ohio 

A.B. History 
BRENDA DAWNE WHEELER, Salyersville 

A.B. English and Library Science 
DAVID DAY WHEELER, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. History 
DOUGLAS R. WHEELER, Bedford 

B.S. Agriculture 

JILL SHANNON WHICKER, McKee 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CLIFFORD DALE WHITAKER, Cynthiana 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SHEREE DAWN WHITAKER, Chavies 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM JOSEPH WHITAKER, Louisville 

A.B. History 





A music student practices while stretched out in his dormitory. 



442 SENIORS/WEL-WHI 



Practice Necessary for Music Students 




DAVID E. WHITE, Richmond 

A.B. English 
STEPHEN G. WHITE, Frankfort 

B.B.A. General Business 
WILLIAM SCOTT WHITSON, Edgewood 

B.S. Geology 
ANDRA VAYE WICKLUND, Independence 

A.B. Library Science 

ROBERT M WIDUP, Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
DONALD L. WIGGINTON, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
SUSAN DARLENE WILBORN, Shelbyville 

B.M.E. Music 
BRUCE WAYNE WILHELM, Liberty 

B.S Industrial Education 

LIZABETH LEE WILKINS, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA SUE WILLIAMS, Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 
COLEEN ELAINE WILLIAMS, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DOLALD LOUIS WILLIAMS, Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Management 

MARK HUSTON WILLIAMS, Lexington 

B.S Industrial Education 
RANDALL H WILLIAMS, Frankfort 

B.S. Math 
ROBERT LEE WILLIAMS, South Portsmouth 

A.B. History 
TED JAMES WILLIAMS, Mason, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 

BILLY JOE WILLIAN, Hodgenville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
SUSAN SHEWMAKER WILLIAN, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JUDITH ANN WILSON, Brooksville 

B.S. Home Economics 
KAREN SUE WILSON, Falmouth 

B.S. Textiles 

LEWIS WILSON II, Berea 

B.S. Psychology 
REBECCA J. WILSON. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
ROSANA H WILSON, Richmond 

B.S Elementary Education 
TERRY ALLEN WILSON, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 

WAYNE WILSON, Tampa, Florida 

B.S. Physical Education 
EUGENE WILLIAM WINBUN JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
CATHY LOUISE WINNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Geology 
BRENDA FRANCES WISE, Danville 

B.S. Speech Pathology 



SENIORS/WHI-WIS 443 



Students Enjoy Privacy in Individual Ways 



ARNOLD RAY WITT, Goshen, Indiana 

B.B.A. Marketing 
HARAN EDMOND WITT, Holmes Mill 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JAMES DAVID WITT, Mount Vernon 

E.S. Industrial Technology 
MALCOMB M. WITT, Paris 

B.B.A. Marketing 

ROBERT LEE WOLF, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DENNIS RAY WOLFE, Covington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ROBERT ALLEN WOLFZORN, Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Accounting 
TIN-JOR WONG, Hong Kong 

B.S. Medical Technology 

MICHAEL GLENN WOOD, Pleasureville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
KATHY DARLENE WOOLDRIDGE, Owensboro 
A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
MARGARET ANN WORLAND, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY ANN WOZNY, Louisville 

B.S. Pre-Veterinary Science 

ALVIN WREN, Gravel Switch 

A.B. Broadcasting 
GARRY WENDELL WRIGHT, Somerset 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JAMES E. WRIGHT JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JANE E. WRIGHT, Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Oftice Administration 




444 SENIORS/WIT-WRI 





NORMA ANNE WRIGHT, Junction City 

B.S. Physical Education 
SANDRA KAY WRIGHT, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVE JOHN WRIGHT, Geneseo, Illinois 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
SHARON SUE WYATT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 

MARY JO WYNKOOP, Eaton, Ohio 

A.B. Library Science and Spanish 
DIANA C. YADEN, Liberty 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARNIE ALLEN YEAGER, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEPHEN K. YEARY, Winchester 

B.B.A. General Business 

HAROLD MITCHELL YELTON, JR., Virginia Beach, 

Virginia 

A.B. History 
BOBBIE J. YORK, London 

A.B. Social Work 
DEBORAH ANN YOUNG, Danville 

A.B. Art 
DONALD LEON YOUNG, Steubenville, Ohio 

A.B. History 

JOHN C. YOUNG, Trinidad, West Indies 

B.S. Economics 
PRISCILLA ELLEN ZAENGLEIN, Botkms, Ohio 

A.B. History and Anthropology 
BRENDA A. ZIERES, Liberty, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 
DENNIS C. ZION, Bellevue 

A.B. History 




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Students spend time relaxing either in the comfort of their dormitories or in the 
attractive University Center. 



SENIORS/WRI-ZIO 445 



Chapel Offers Solitude 



RICHARD H. ACHTZEHN, Newark, New Jersey 

SPECIALIST Physical Education 
MATTIE LOU ADAMS, Premium 

M.A. English 
GARY WAYNE ARBOGAST, Charleston, West Virginia 

M.A. Physical Education 
KAY WOODINGTON ARCANGELI, Ovid, New York 

M.A. Physical Education 

DAVID JOSEPH AUSTIN, Battle Creek, Michigan 

M.A. Criminal Justice 
CARLOS ARISTIDES BADESSICH, Argentina 

M.A. Spanish 
GERALD E. BARNES, Dayton, Ohio 

M.A. Business Education 
HUGH MONROE BASKETTE JR., Norfolk, Virginia 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

RALPH DAVID BEGLEY, Paint Lick 

M.A. Business Education 
SANDRA LEE BERRY, Ghent 

M.A. Secretarial Guidance and Counseling 
MEREDITH ANN BLACKWELL, Forest City, North 

Carolina 

M.A. Clinical Psychology 
HOWARD DALE BLAKE, Paris 

M.S. Industrial Technology 

ROBERT RICHARD BLYTHE, Richmond 

M.A. French 
THOMAS ROLAND BOOTES, Richmond 

M.S. Recreation 
CHARLES JOHN BOWERS, Alexandria 

M.B.A. Business 
LINDA JEAN BOWERS, Alexandria 

M.A. Physical Education 

RONALD DAVID BOYD, Hicksville 

M.A. Geography 
PEGGY LYNN BRUCE, Corbin 

M.A. English 
SHERRI LYNN BRADLEY, Somerset 

M.A. Physical Education 
ROBERT G. BUCHMAN, Dayton, Ohio 

M.B.A. Economics 

ROBERT CRAIGHEAD BUIE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
A. BARBARA BUNCH, Louisa 

M.A. French 
BARRY LEE BURKETT, Somerset 

M.A. Geography 
DIANNA LYNN BURNS, Pikeville 

M.B.A. English 

WALTER MICHAEL CAMPBELL, Harrison, Ohio 

M.A. Business Education 
OLIVER WAYNE CARRIER, Frankfort 
M.A. Business 
MARCIE C. CAUDILL, Whitesburg 

M.A. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL ALAN CAUDILL, Jeffersontown 

M.A. Math 




446 GRADUATES/ACH-CAU 




Students seek tranquility in the solitude of the Chapel of Meditation. 



GRADUATES 447 



Smiling Faces Make Friends 



WENDELL THOMAS CHANEY, Centerville, Ohio 

M.A. Specialist Planning 
DAVID REID CHENAULT, Mt. Sterling 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
RICHARD LEE CHRISTIAN, Lancaster, Ohio 

M.A. Health Safety and Education 
RANDALL BENNETT CLARK, Bowling Green 

M.S. Electronics 

KATHLEEN A. COLLINS, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

M.S. Biology 
DAVID DARRELL COOPER, Liberty 

M.B.A. Business 
BETTY CAROLYN COX, Lexington 

M.A. Special Education 
JAMES EDWARD CRAIG, Covina, California 

M.B.A. Accounting 

CHARLES H. CROLEY, Williamsburg 

M.A. Counseling 
ROBERT DANIEL, Corbin 

M.S. Biology 
MITTIE R. DAVIS, Paducah 

M.S. Criminal Justice Education 
CHERILYNN S. DERONDE, Loveland, Ohio 

M.P.A. Political Science 





448 GRADUATES/CHA-DER 




RICHARD IRWIN DICKTER, Lakeland, Florida 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
S. BHUSHAN DIXIT, New Delhi, India 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
MICHAEL A. DOLAN, Kirksville, Missouri 

SPECIALIST Education 
PHILIP HILAIRE DUBE, Naranja, Florida 

M.S. Biology 

JEFFREY MICHAEL DUFF, Lexington 

M.A. History 
REX DUNN, Burgin 

M.S. Physics 
JILL ELLEN DWELLEY, Columbus, Ohio 

M.S. Recreation 
SARAH ELIZABETH EAGAN. Decatur, Illinois 

M.A. English 

WILLIAM GEORGE ELTON, Rochester, New York 

M.S. Geology 
RICHARD LEE ENGELHARDT, Remsenburg, New 

York 

M.S. Geology 
GAYNELL EPLING, Matewan, West Virginia 

M.A. Physical Education 
PHILIP LEE FELTNER, Springfield 

M.S. Physics 



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Each day brings together new faces and new smiles. 



GRADUATES/DIC-FEL 449 




Hubert Hagan stacks money betore spinning the wheel of fortune 
during Las Vegas night in Commonwealth Hall. 



450 GRADUATES 



Commonwealth Holds Las Vegas Night 




TERRY DEWAYNE FIELDS, Hallie 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
GERALDINE P. FLECKENSTEIN, Liberty, New York 

M.A. Education, Psychology and Guidance 
DAVID COLEMAN FORBES, Clover, South Carolina 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DAVID DENTON FRANKYLN, Bellbrook, Ohio 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

JACK DYKE FROST, Richmond 

M.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
FRED RICHARD GEHRON, Germantown, Ohio 

M.A. Industrial Education 
EDWARD H. GEORGE III, 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
ROBERT SHAW GOBLE, Prestonsburg 

M.S. Geology 

HOCH SOON GOH, Penang, Malatsia 

M.S. Chemistry and Law Enforcement 
LARRY WAYNE GOINS, Newport 

M.A. English 
SUSANA MARIA GORKA, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

M.A. Spanish 
CHARLES WESLEX GRIFFIN, Williamstown 

M.S. Criminal Justice Education 

ELEANOR SUE HAIRSTON, Williamson, West Virginia 

M.M.E. Music Education 
JOANN HAIRSTON, Lexington 

M.A. Student Personnel 
ROY HALL, Hihat 

M.A. Physical Education 
RUBY HENSLEY, Manchester 

M.A. Math 

THOMAS G. HODGKINS, Willimantic, Connecticut 

M.S. Chemistry 
RONALD JOHN HOLIHAN, Syracuse, New York 

M.A. Physical Education 
DONNA LEAH HOLLAND, Campbellsville 

M.A. Physical Education 
LENARD A. HOLLAND, Dayton, Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 

CARL ALBERT HOLOCH, Richmond 

M.A. Education 
CONNIE M. HOUSTON, Selbyville, Delware 

M.A. Education 
JAMES ALLEN HOUSTON, Cynthiana 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
JAMES ALBERT HRUBAN, Omaha, Nebraska 

M.A. Health Education 



LLOYD MELVIN INGHAM, Corbm 

M.A. History 
PHILIP RICHARD INNIS, Dayton, Ohio 

M.S. Recreation 
JOHN D. JAMES, Louisville 

M.A. Physical Education 
GARRY M. JERUIS, Eminence 

M.A. Secondary Guidance and Counseling 



GRADUATES/FIE-JER 451 



ELLEN J. JOHNS, Whippany, New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
CAROL ANN JOHNSON, London 

M.B.A. Economics 
CLAYTON M. JOHNSON, Halo 

M.A. Special Education 
NANCY JOHNSON, Mercer, Pennsylvania 

M.S. Clinical Psychology 

STEPHEN JOHNSON III, Oberlin, Ohio 

M.M.E. Music Education 
DAVID PAUL JONES, Springfield 

M.B.A. Accounting 
CHALERMDES KAUKHAM, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JENNIFER LEE KENNEDY, Richmond 

M.S. Microbiology 

UNCHALEE KONGFOO, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Microbiology 
NANCY E. KROPP, Casselberry, Florida 

Specialist Physical Education 
KAREN L. KRUSCHWITZ, Fort Thomas 

M.S. Math 
SUZANNE C. LANE, Louisville 

M.S. Physical Education 

KAREN J. LANGORAK, Laramie, Wyoming 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
PETER LAWRENCE MACGILL, Tampa, Florida 

M.S. Geology 
ROTHA ALLEN MACGILL, St. Petersburg, Florida 

M.S. Geology 
DONALD KAY MADISON, Albany 

M.B.A. Management 




452 GRADUATES/JOH-MAD 



Majorettes Add to Football Pageantry 




Colonel fans (left) watch Intently during the waning moments of the first half as majorettes await 
their halftime performance. 




STEVEN THURLOW MATTESON, Starling, Illinois 

M.A. Juvenile Delinquency 
SAMUEL JUDSON MAY, Holden, Massachusetts 

M.S. Geology 
RICHARD GERALD McDADE, Lenoir, North Carolina 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DEBORAH HALCOMB McDONALD, McKee 

M.A. Sociology 

MARY DAVID McGUIRE, Winchester 

Specialist Physical Education 
PAT L. MEADE, Paintsville 

M.A. Elementary Education 
LINDA GAYLE MEDLEY, Springfield 

M.A. Business Education 
PHILIP MEEK JR., Paintsville 

M.S. Criminal Justice and Education 

EILEEN MARIE MESSER, Florence 

M.A. Elementary Education 
JERALD M. MESSER, Pineville 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DENNIS G. MILLS, Owensboro 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
LORGIO OSWALDO MIRANDA, Yungay, Peru 

M.A. Education 

FREDA GAIL MOELLER, Louisville 

M.A. History 
GEORGE W. MOORE, Berea 

M.S. Microbiology 
JOHN ROBERT MOORE, Frankfort 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
KENNETH DALE MOREY, Marseilles, Illinois 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



GRADUATES/MAT-MOR 453 



Students Hot-Foot-It to Class 



JOHN S. MUMME, Fort Thomas 

M.S. Biology 
DAVID H. MYERS, New Vienna, Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 
GARY ANTHONY NEUSER, Deer Park, New York 

M.A. Criminal Justice 
SUSAN CAROL NIEHOFF, Louisville 

M.A. Spanish 

WILLIAM ARTHUR NOEL, Jackson 

SPECIALIST Guidance — Student Personnel 
WILLIAM JACKSON DONNELL, Ridgewood, New 

Jersey 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
MINEKO OKI, Mito, Japan 

M.A. Elementary Education 
RICHARD HOWARD OWEN, Delmar, New York 

M.S. Criminal Justice Administration 

UDOM PALASIRI, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DAVID E. M. PANYAKO, Maseno, Kenya 

M.A. Elementary Education 
ALICE LOUISE PERKINS, Benham 

M.A. Special Education 
MARK J. PFISTER, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

M.S. Recreation 

GEORGE DAVID PIERCE, Cynthiana 

M.B.A. Accounting 
DALE ARLENE PIGMAN, Jackson 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
MARIA BEATRIZ PLANTE, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

M.A. English 
SUCHADA PRASERT, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Chemistry 

PHILIP PARTICK PURPURA, Lexington 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
WILLIAM THOMAS QUICK II, Louisville 

M.A. Political Science 
STEPHEN WALLACE RADCLIFFE, Lexington 

M.S. Elementary Education 
QUTABUDDIN NASEER RAHMANI, Pakistan 

M.P.A. Public Administration 

VANIDA RATANANON, Thailand 

M.B.A. Management 
CAROLYN ANN RATLIFF, Mt. Sterling 

M.A. Community and Individual Counseling 
CAROLYN JEAN RAWLINS, Richmond 

M.A. Business Education 
STUART ARTHUR REAGAN, Frankfort 

M.P.A. Public Administration 

REBECCA ELAINE REINHEIMER, Foster 

M.A. History 
JERRY A. RICKETT, Monticello 

M.S. Geography 
JOHN DAVID RIGGS, Richmond 

MB. A. Marketing 
SUSAN CARTER ROBERTS, Prestonsburg 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 




454 GRADUATES/MUM-ROB 




Although the new traffic signal was installed in front of Keene Hall, students still "hot-foot-it" across the by-pass to make classes on time. 



GRADUATES 455 



Imagination Sparks Creativity 




SUE ANN RODMAN, Danville 

M.A. Education 
BRUCE LESLIE ROSE, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

M.S. Wildlife Management 
RICHARD ALLEN ROTH, Urichsville, Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 
RUSSELL M. SCHNELL, Clearwater, Florida 

M.A. English 

STEPHEN ERIC SCHULZ, Indianapolis, Indiana 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JUDY SEARS, Somerset 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
CIRISH MANHARLAL SHAH, Gujarat, India 

M.S. Chemistry 
RONALD JAVAN SHELTON, Louisville 

M.A. Education 

JOSEPH WILLIAM SHEILLEY JR., Louisville 

M.S. Geography 
WALTER ROBERT SHETTLER JR., Covington 

M.S. Recreation 
JUDITH M. SIMMERMON, Newport, New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
WANITA MAE SIPE, Lexington 

M.A. Education 




456 GRADUATES/ROD-SIP 




Art students demonstrate their creative abilities in sculpture and drawing classes. 




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KIM SMALLWOOD, Gainesville 

M.S. Physical Education 
THADDEAS M. SMITH, Winchester 

M.A. History 
ISARAPHAN SMITHWONGSE, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
TALERNGSOK SOMETIP, Pechboon, Thailand 

M.A. Secondary Education 

RODNEY KENT SPAIN, Marysville, Ohio 

M.A. English 
BENJAMIN ERNIE SPALDING, Bardstown 

SPECIALIST Education Administration 
WAYNE ALAN SPENCER, McDaniels 

M.S. Vocational Administration 
PAUL SHEPPARD STANSBURY, Fern Creek 

M.P.A. Political Science 

STEPHEN ALAN STICE, Louisville 

M.A. Mathematics 
JACQUELINE IRENE STIGALL, Fort Thomas 

M.A. Elementary Education 
JOE SIDNEY BRUCE STIGALL, Fort Thomas 

M.S. Mathematics 
WICHIANCHOT SUKCHOTRAT, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



GRADUATES/SMA-SUK 457 




The Library's open stacks make quick persual of research materials an easier task. 



458 GRADUATES 



Research: A Scholarly Necessity 




THOMAS CHARLES TAYLOR, North Vernon, Indiana 

M.M.E. Music 
RODNEY GORDON THACKER, Paintsville 

M.A. Counseling 
THAVORNSAKDI THEPJATRI, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
HOMER DAVID THOMAS, Burkesville 

M.A. Psychology 

MARY F. TURPIN, Albany 

M.S. Guidance and Counseling 
MICHAEL U. UKPE, Opobo, Nigeria 

M.B.A. Business 
MANEERATANA VANASIN, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Secondary Education 
PONGSRI VANASIN, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Geography 

LINDA M. VAN OSS, Eubank 

M.A. Elementary Education 
BELINDA F. VENANCIO, North Arlington, New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
UTHAINONGS VIBULAYACOM, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Political Science 
PHYLLIS MATTINGLY VINCENT, Louisville 

M.A. Music 

DIANA CARTER VOGELSBERG, Louisville 

M.M.E. Music 
JOHN A. WARRINGTON, Miamisburg, Ohio 

M.A. History Education 
KARLA ANN WATANABE, Pocatello, Idaho 

M.A. Business Education 
LAWRENCE C. WEBER, Nashville, Tennessee 

M.S. Geology 

KATHY LYNN WELDON, Lexington 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
MAJOR W. WHEAT JR., Lawrenceburg 

M.B.A. Business 
BRENDA LEE WHITE, Knox, Tennessee 

M.A. Education 
RAYMOND D. WILLARD JR., Albany, New York 

M.M.E. Music 



TERRY S. WILSON, Russell Springs 

M.S. Education 
KIYOKO M. YAGI, Tokyo, Japan 

M.M.E. Music 
JANE YOUNG, East Bernstadt 

M.A. Secondary Counseling 
ANDREW A. ZAZOPOULOS, Haverhi 

M.P.A. Political Science 



Massachusetts 



GRADUATES/TAY-ZAZ 459 




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The amphitheatre and Van Peursem Pavillion filled with friends 
and family awaits the academic procession of faculty and gradu- 
ates (top) and (above) provides a scenic location for summer 
commencement. 



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Allan Ostar, executive director of the American Association of State 
Colleges and Universities, receives an honorary degree from Presi- 
dent Martin, and a near hood-hanging from Dr. John Rowlett, before 
delivering the summer commencement address. 



'Messiah' Ushers in Holiday Season 



E. DENISE ADAMS, Vinegrove 

A. A. Nursing 
KAREN L. BAILEY, Loveland, Ohio 

A. A. Medical Record Technology 
SUZANNE E. BARNES, Alexandria 

A. A. ecretarial Science 
SUSAN JANE BARNETT, Pleasure Ridge Park 

A. A. Ornamental Horticulture 

DELENA CHISM BIDWELL, Louisville 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 
MICHAEL LEE BLAND, Gadsden, Alabama 

A.A. Drafting Technology 
GAIL I. BLEVINS, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 
BARBARA L. BOTTOMS, Perryville 

A.A. Nursing 

MARY ALICE BRESCH, Ft. Mitchell 

A.A. Nursing 
NADINE I. BREWER, Dayton, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
J. LEE BROWNING, Bardstown 

A.A. Recreation Supervision 
WILLIAM SHERMAN BROWNING, Harlan 

A.A. Broadcast Engineering Technology 




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462 ASSOCIATES/ADA-BRO 




VICKI GAYE BUGG, Harrodsburg 

A.A. Medical Assistant 
BETTY SUE BUNGENSTOCK, Florence 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
PHYLLIS GWENN CASE, Cynthiana 

A.A. Horticulture 
DENNIS WAYNE CHANEY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.A. Broadcast Engineering Technology 

KAREN SUE CLARK, Russell 

A.A. Nursing 
DEBORAH KATHERINE COLEMAN, Falmouth 

A.A. Nursing 
GLENDA FAYE COREY, Middlesboro 

A.A. Nursing 
SANDRA CRAFT, Whitesburg 

A.A. Nursing 

MARGARET ALMEDA DAFLER, New Lebanon, Ohio 

A.A. Recreation Supervisor 
DENISE MARIE DELDUCA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A.A. Child Care 
KAMELYA SHELBY DILLINGHAM, Louisville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
JOANNE V. DOSS, Wapakoneta, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 




ASSOCIATES/BUG-DOS 463 




464 ASSOCIATES 



Christmas Decorations Spread Spirit 




SHARON DUFF, Mason, Ohio 

A.A. Interior Decoration 
DAVID LEWIS DUGGER, Corbin 

A.A. Electronics Technology 
CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL DUNN, Louisville 

A.A. Industrial Technology 
KATHY L. DUSING, Erlanger 

A.A. Nursing 

MILLICENT J. FISHER, Falmouth 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
THOMAS KEITH GIBSON, Midland, Ohio 

A.A. Agriculture 
TERRI A. GINTER, Richmond 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 
JULIE H. GIVENS, Mt. Sterling 

A.A. Nursing 

CRAIG THOMAS GRADINGER, Louisville 

A.A. Dratting Design and Technology 
ESTHER M. GOFF, Berea 

A.A. Nursing 
CONSTANCE SUE GOODWIN, Lebanon, Ohio 

A.A. Interior Decoration 
BARBARA SUSAN GRAVES, McKinney 

A.A. Food Service Technology 

KAYE W. HACKWORTH, Whitesburg 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
GLENDA KAY HALCOMB, Corbin 

A.A. Nursing 
KATHY ANN HECKMAN, Louisville 

A.A. Medical Records 
JERRI LYNN HELTZEL, Frankfort 

A.A. Secretarial Science 

KEVIN McKENZIE, HENRY, Lexington 

A.A. Drafting Technology 
LINDA SUE HERN, Hillsboro, Ohio 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 
CATHERINE MARY HIEBER, Bellbrook, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 
RUTH LYNN HILL, Lebanon 

A.A. Interior Decoration 

LINDA JANE HOFFMAN, Columbus, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 
SUSAN JEAN HOFFMAN, Columbus, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 
SHERRY LYNN HORSEMAN, Waynesburg 

A.A. 
NANCY KAY HOUDESHELL, Dayton, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 

MADONNA KATHERINE HUGHES, Louisville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
BRENDA JOY IOVINO, Richmond 

A.A. Nursing 
SYLVAI JACKSON, Manchester 

A.A. Nursing 
ALICE REGINA JENKINS, Louisville 

A.A. Nursing 



ASSOCIATES/DUF— JEN 465 



Art Is Creativity's Expression 




LISA MARLENE JONES, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
PEGGY DIANE JONES, Maud 

A.A. Medical Assistant 
PORNRATCHENEE ROMKOMUT KAUXHAM, 

Bangkok, Thailand 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
DONALD WAYNE KELLEY, Richmond 

A.A. Law Enforcement 

HERMAN WAYNE KIDWELL, Lexington 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
STEFFANI LISA KWOZALLA, Covington 

A.A. Nursing 
DARCI KAY LANG, New Albany, Indiana 

A.A. Nursing 
DEBBY LAWRENCE, Louisville 

A.A. Child Care 

MARILYN G. LESTER, Bloomfield 

A.A. Medical Assistant 
MARILYN S. LOCKE, Lexington 

A.A. Recreation Supervision 
JANET LYNN LOCKRIDGE, Mt. Sterling 

A.A. Medical Records Technology 
PAMELA LYNN LOWERY, Richmond 

A.A. Medical Records Technology 




466 ASSOCIATES/JON-LOW 




Art classes provide students with diverse opportunities for self-expression through creativity. 




VIRGINIA CAROL MARCUM, Irvine 

A. A. Medical Records Technology 
EMMA JANE MAYS, Irvine 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CONNIE L. McCULLAR, Wilmore 

A.A. Nursing 
NADIENE RAE MELLONCAMP, Dayton, 

A.A. Medical Records Technology 



Ohio 



NANCY JANE MILLER, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A.A. Nursing 
THERESA J. MOORE, Whitesburg 

A.A. Nursing 
TERESA KING MURPHY, Lancaster 

A.A. 
KATIE O. NEAL, Albany 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 

WILLIAM JESSEE NEAT, Columbia 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
BETTY JO O'HARA, Corinth 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
RICK LAINE PARRISH, Lawrenceburg 

A.A. Recreation Supervision 
JAMES JOSEPH PAUL, Louisville 

A.A. Broadcast Engineering Technology 



ASSOCIATES/MAR-PAU 467 



Economizing Students Do Their Own Things 



SHEILA JOHANNA PENN, Frankfort 

A. A. Recreation Supervision 
CONNIE GAIL PERKINS, Ashland 

A. A. Interior Decoration 
JAMES KEITH PLUMMER JR., Cynthiana 

A. A. Broadcast Engineering 
ELIZABETH JOAN POTTER, Linwood, New Jersey 

A. A. Food Service 

CONNIE J. PROCTOR, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
CAROL BETH PULLIAM, Bloomfield 

A.A. Nursing 
KAREN A. PURSIFULL, Harrison, Ohio 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
JAMI ELIZABETH RINKS, Middlesboro 

A.A. Nursing 

RUTH ANN ROBINSON, Bellevue 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
COY ALLEN SEVIER, Gray 

A.A. Applied Electronics Technology 
REGINA ANN SHELTON, Manchester, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
VIRGINIA TEMPLE SHERROD, Lexington 

A.A. Law Enforcement 

GARY SIMPSON, Lexington 

A.A. Broadcasting Engineering Technology 
CATHY RENITA SLOAS, Flemingsburg 

A.A. Nursing 
JUDITH KAREN SMITH, Tompkinsville 

A.A. Child Care 
PATRICIA LYNN SMITH, Paint Lick 

A.A. Nursing 

JOHN M. SPARKS, Frankfort 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
TERESA GAYLE SPRADLING, Pleasureville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
MELINDA M. STEWART, Worthville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
CRAIG ELLIOTT STRATTON, Lawrenceburg 

A.A. Recreation Supervisor 

GAIL THOMAS, Richmond 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
DEBRA ANN TINSLEY, Loyall 

A.A. Nursing 
SHERYL KAY VAN BIBBER, Maloneton 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
CARL EDWARD VOGELSBERG, Louisville 

A.A. Law Enforcement 

THEA JEAN WALLACE, Stanford 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
BELINDA LEE WASH, Lexington 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 
JENNIFER LYNN WATKINS, Pleasureville 

A.A. Child Care 
RITA J. WEBB, South Portsmouth 

A.A. Secretarial Science 




468 ASSOCIATES/PEN-WEB 




WILLIAM DEAN WELLS, Paris 

A.A. Drafting and Design 
PAULA MARIE WERMUTH, Independence 

A.A. Nursing 
VIOLET FAYE WEST, Richmond 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
DORIS KAYE WICKLUND, Independence 

A.A. Ornamental Horticulture 



KAREN JO YATES, Warsaw 
A.A. Secretarial Science 




Students discover that clothes dried over their registers are 
cheaper and often faster than dorm dryers. 



ASSOCIATES/WEL-YAT 469 



Juniors Develop 
More Awareness 

Developing an awareness of their roles in life, 
members of the Junior class returned ready to 
tackle another year. With two years of experi- 
ence behind, they no longer felt insecure in the 
main stream of campus activities. 

The Class of 74 joined efforts with Seniors to 
build a Homecoming float and sponsored Judy 
Hamilton as their Homecoming Queen Candidate. 
Also after a home basketball game, the Juniors 
sponsored a dance. 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Wilson Myers, secretary; Judy Gib- 
son, committee chairman; Daryl Mamillot, activities chairman; 



Bonnie Gray, treasurer; Charles Colehour, vice president; and 
Scott Neal, president. 



472 JUNIORS/CLASS OFFICERS 




CAROLYN S. ADCOCK Louisville 

DAVID A. ALFORD Lexington 

BLANDA K ALLEN Hazard 

CHARLES R. ALLEN Coldwater. Michigan 

EMMA J ALLEN Langley 

KATHY K. ALTON Monticello 



KARION L. AMBURGEY Whitesbury 
PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Covington 
JAMES A. ARLINGHAUS Elsmere 
LYDIA B. ARNOLD Cincinnati, Ohio 
NANCY J ARNSPARGER Pleasureville 
CARMON G. ARVIN Lebanon 



HERMON ASHER Pineville 
EBBA L ATWOOD Shelbyville 
JANET S. AYDT Louisville 
PAULA L AYDT Louisville 
SUSAN J. BACHUS Cincinnati, Ohio 
CARA M. BAG BY Covington 



GERALD R. BAILEY Frankfort 
STEPHEN C. BAILEY Harrodsburg 
JANET L. BAKER Marengo, Ohio 
JOEL G. BAKER Coal Grove, Ohio 
JUDY A. BAKER Columbia 
DEBRA L BALES New Lebanon. Ohio 



JOAN F. BALES Lexington 

CYNTHIA K. BALTZLEY Cincinnati, Ohio 

BRUCE J. BARBER Louisville 

SUZANNE E BARNES Alexandria 

MARTIN J. BARSOTTI Ellwood City, Pennsylvania 

PHYLLIS C. BARTON Farmersville, Ohio 



YVONNE S. BARTON Corbin 
DEBBIE L. BATHIANY Ft. Thomas 
TERESA J BATTS New Castle 
VIVIAN F. BAUMGARDNER Middlesboro 
JUDITH A. BEAN Louisville 
SHIRLEY M, BEARD Fairdale 



GUY M BEAVER Long Branch, New Jersey 
LINDA S. BECK Hazard 
TERRY A. BECKER Silver Grove 
LISBETH J. BEESON Dayton, Ohio 
ROBERT L. BEESON Dayton, Ohio 
BRUCE B. BEGLEY Richmond 



SUE M. BEHRENS Cincinnati. Ohio 

RITA M. BEITLER Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 

DENNIS S. BELLINGER Danville 

ANGELA F. BENDER Lexington 

MARY K. BENTLE Falmouth 

BETTNIA J. BENTLEY Raceland 



JUNIORS/ADC-BEN 473 



Student Reunion Starts Semester 



GLENNA D. BENTLEY Topmost 
RICHARD C. BENZ Louisville 
ROSENA BERSAGLIA Hazard 
WILLIAM G. BERSAGLIA Fairdale 
EVEANNA K. BETZ Dayton, Ohio 
LORA L. BILLUPS Russell 



ANNE S. BLAKEMAN Lawrenceburg 
LINDA C. BLANC Brandenburg 
MARY M. BLAND Lebanon 
MICHAEL L BLEVINS Centerville, Ohio 
LINDA S. BOATRIGHT Lancaster 
LINDA D. BODINE Springfield 



JEANNE BOGGESS Greenville 
ROY BOLEYN Hueysville 
WALLACE W. BOLTON Middlesboro 
MARLENE F. BONAR Falmouth 
JOHN A. BONNETT Richmond 
RANDI G. BOONE Hillsboro, Ohio 



LONNIE J. BOWEN Bowen 
DEBORAH A. BOWLES Brooksville 
MARY E. BRANCH Louisville 
STEWART E BRENTZEL Louisville 
JANICE BREWER Hazard 
CHARLES R. BRIGHT Reading, Ohio 



KENNETH S. BROCK Louisville 
JAMES L. BRUSSELL Bardstown 
TIMOTHY J. BRYAN Dayton, Ohio 
ROBERT L BRYANT Lexington 
JOSEPH M. BUCHANAN Florence 
BARBARA A. BUCK Louisville 



JAMES K. BUEHNER Farmersville, Ohio 
LOIS A. BUKOWSKI Austin, Indiana 
JANET L. BULLOCK Cape Coral, Florida 
ROBERT J. BURDGE Ft. Pierce, Florida 
MICHAEL D BURKETT Cromwell, 

Indiana 
JACKIE BURLESON Ft Thomas 



PEGGY BURNS Manchester 
MOLLY M. BURR Indianapolis. Indiana 
JAMES S. BURRIS, JR. Mt. Washington 
BEVERLY D. BUSH Bartow. Florida 
MARJORIE C. BUSH London 
VICKI L. BUSSELL London 



JOE BYRD Bowling Green 
EVERETT M. CALDWELL Ashland 
MARJORIE H. CAMPBELL Greenville 
MELVIN L. CAMPBELL Dayton, Ohio 
ROCKY L. CAMPBELL Corbin 
STEPHEN G. CAMPBELL London 




474 JUNIORS/BEN-CAM 




MICHAEL W. CARMODY Ft. Thomas 
JAMES G. CARNAHAN London 
BARRY L. CARNES Middlesboro 
MICHAEL A. CASEY Richmond 
ELIZABETH J. CATLETT Frankfort 
JOHNNY CHADWELL Middlesboro 



DUSTY L. CHANDLER Madison, Indiana 
JAMES A CHEEK Independence 
WAH K. CHOW Hong Kong 
REBECCA A. CHRISTIAN Lancaster, 

Ohio 
ANNE C. CHURCHILL Irvington 
BONITA S. CLARE Louisville 



CONNIE J CLARK Prestonsburg 
KENNETH L. CLARK Lebanon 
RONNIE B CLARK Monticello 
MARCIA B CLARKE Mt Prospect, Illinois 
DAVID N. CLAYTON Lenoxburg 
PATTY CLEAVER Russell 




Along with the end of summer comes the beginning of a new semester and the reuniting of friends 



JUNIORS/CAR-CLE 475 



Out of Chaos Order Begins 



JOHN R. CLEMENTS Louisville 
ROGER L. CLEVENGER Valley Station 
RANDY M. CLINE Ft. Mitchell 
DWANE D. CLODFELTER Winchester 
TERESE M. COATES Gahanna. Ohio 
SANDRA F. COFFEY Monticello 



KEITH A. COLEMAN Pikeville 
MELINDA S. COLLEY Haysi, Virginia 
KENNETH A. COLLINS Covington 
DIANA L. COMBS Hazard 
JUDITH L. COMBS Sassafras 
LINDA D. CONKIN Tompkinsville 



ANNE L. CONNER Springfield 
DAVID A. CONRAD Falmouth 
CATHY J. CONROY Versailles 
LARRY B. CONYERS Mt. Sterling 
MELISSA J. COOK Erlanger 
JUDY F. COOPER Stay 



GARY B. COPLEY Warfield 
KENNETH CORNETT Hindman 
ROY M. CORNETT Georgetown 
MARSHA K. COSBY Richmond 
JANE A. COSTINE St. Clairsville. Ohio 
SANDRA J. COTTONGIM Manchester 



JAMES M. COWAN Winchester 
KARL W. CRABTREE Louisville 
FRANK S. CRACRAFT North Middletown 
DONNA H. CRAIN Lawrenceburg 
PATRICK M CRANE Canadaigua. 

New York 
HARRY S. CRIGLER Shepherdsville 



DARYL E. CROSSFIELD Paris 
MICHAEL G. CRUEY Covington 
BRUCE E. CRUMP Owensboro 
BETTY J. CRUSE Winchester 
CLAUDIA CRUSE Louisville 
JEFFREY G. CRUSE Somerset 



JANET K. CUMMINS Georgetown 
MADGE CUNNINGHAM Louisville 
DEBORAH T. CUPP Millsboro. Delaware 
JIMMY R. CUPP Valley Station 
DENNIS C. CURRAN Cincinnati. Ohio 
ALICE A. CURTIS Winchester 



CAROLYN D. CURTIS Corinth 
TAFFIE J. CURTIS Clay City 
GREGORY F. CUTLIP West Carrollton. 

Ohio 
THEODORE E. DAGEFORD Manhattan. 

Kansas 
JENNIFER A DANIEL Corbin 
WILLIAM K. DANIEL Louisville 




476 JUNIORS/CLE-DAN 



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Upon arrival, confusion begins as students are bombarded by tons of things to remember, 
including mail box combinations. 




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DIANE C DARENKAMP Ft Mitchell 
DAVID O. DARST Norton, Ohio 
BARBARA K DAUGHERTY Radcliff 
RONALD C. DAULTON Nancy 
ROBERT E. DAVENPORT, JR. Pasadena, 

California 
RONALD J. DAVIDSON Richmond 



CHARLOTTE A. DAVIS Campbellsville 
DAVID L. DAVIS Trenton, Ohio 
KENNETH R DAVIS Sacramento 
MARGARET D. DAVIS Sacramento 
ROGER K, DAVIS Augusta 
RONALD G. DAVIS London 



JENNY W. DAVY Richmond 
CHARLES J, DAWSON Danville 
MELVIN W. DEAN Lexington 
PATRICIA L, DEMKO Louisville 
LINDA L. DENMAN Elwell, Michigan 
KATHRYN G, DePEW Monroe, Ohio 



ROBERT A. DESKINS Pikeville 
RICHARD G. DEVERS Midway 
GARY DICK Pueblo 
MARTHA J. DICK Monticello 
ALBERT A. DISHON Radcliff 
MARGIE M. DISHON Radcliff 



JUNIORS/DAR-DIS 477 




Although necessary, vehicle registration adds to student frustra- 
tions as hundreds of motorists are herded by campus security. 



478 JUNIORS 



Auto Registration Tries Patience 




LAURA F. DIXON Harlan 
KAREN A. DOCKERY Russell Springs 
DIANE L. DODD Richmond 
PATRICIA D. DONOHUE Louisville 
STEVE DOOLITTLE Portland, Oregon 
DEBORAH E. DOTY Ft. Thomas 



ROBERT A DOUGHTY Crab Orchard 
BURNIS B. DOWELL Calvert City 
STEPHEN E. DUFF Cincinnati. Ohio 
KEITH M. EARLEY Jamestown. Ohio 
SARAH C. EDELEN Springfield 
CHARLES L. EDENFIELD Gainesville, 
Florida 

CYNTHIA K EDGINGTON Lancaster 
CAROL J. ELDREDGE Paintsville 
THOMAS H. ELLINGSWORTH 

Jeffersonville, Indiana 
MARTHA A ELLIOTT Springfield 
DENISE L. ELZY Louisville 
VICKI D. ENGARD Springfield, Ohio 



CAROLYN J. ENGLE Corbin 
SONIA J EPLER Somerset 
BILL EVANS Frankfort 
DEBRA K EVERAGE Hmdman 
JUDY K. EVERSOLE Buckhorn 
MARY S. EVERSOLE Lexington 



DAVID A FEDDERS Florence 
EDWARD M. FELDHAUS Louisville 
BEVERLY D. FELDMAN Louisville 
FRITZ P. FELDMAN Louisville 
DENNY L. FERRELL Middlesboro 
THOMAS E. FINDLEY Columbus, Ohio 



ROSE G. FINLEY Manchester 
CAROLINE FISHER Felicity, Ohio 
MADELINE S. FISTER Georgetown 
CINDY A. FITZGERALD Dayton, Ohio 
CHARLES B. FITZPATRICK Wilmington, 

Delaware 
ROBERT F. FLECKENSTEIN Liberty, New 

York- 

JOYCE L. FLORA Frankfort 
ANDREA E FOGG Louisville 
ANDERS FOGT Louisville 
SANDRA J. FOLEY Lebanon, Ohio 
STEPHEN E. FORE Irvine 
YVONNE G FORKAL Nicholson, 
Pennsylvania 



GARY C. FRENCH Hodgenville 
AUDREY L. FRISON Benham 
JOHN M. FRYMAN Cynthiana 
BRUCE M. FULTON Erlanger 
RICHARD S. FURY Harrison, Ohio 
SHARON K. FUSSNECKER Ripley, Ohio 



JUNIORS/DIX-FUS 479 



Registration Ends, Classes Begin 



STEVEN L. GAGEL Hamilton, Ohio 
GLORIA R. GAMMELL Fairfield, Ohio 
STEPHANIE C. GARDINER Valley Station 
MARSHA C. GARDNER Salyersville 
ROGER L- GARLAND Middlesboro 
GARY D. GARMAN Irwin, Pennsylvania 



GARY W. GARRETT Whitesburg 
DONNA E. GARY Louisville 
D. ANN GENTRY Brodhead 
DAVID F. GIBSON Lexington 
JOSEPH B. GIBSON Monticello 
JUDY L. GIBSON Louisville 



CHARLEY E. GILLISPIE Richmond 
ROGER D. GILPIN New Haven 
SUSAN G. GLOVER Danville 
JOHN E. GOATLEY Springfield 
PAMELA GOBLE Prestonsburg 
PAMELA S. GOLDBACH New Richmond, 
Ohio 



CHARLENE A. GOODLETT Shelbyville 
KEVIN D. GORLEY Junction City 
DIANA GRANT Covington 
BONNIE C. GRAY Dayton, Ohio 
ALETA E. GREAYER Winchester 
ROBERT S. GREEN Lexington 



MARTHA E. GREENE Wilmington, Ohio 
MARGARET E. GREENWELL New Haven 
RITA K. GREGG Williamstown 
MARY J. GRIDER Tompkinsville 
SANDRA L. GRIFFIN Cincinnati, Ohio 
FRAN HACKMAN Caughtya Hick, West 
Virginia 



KENNETH W. HACKWORTH ML Vernon 
HUBERT L. HAGAN Louisville 
LYDIA W. HAGAN Springfield 
RICKY A. HAGGARD Winchester 
DEBORAH L. HALE Lancaster 
CAROL A. HALL ML Sterling 



JOHN T. HALL Trenton, Ohio 
KAREN L. HALL McDowell 
BARBARA A. HAMBLY Radcliff 
DANE R. HAMILTON South Bend. 

Indiana 
JUDY HAMILTON Pikeville 
ANTHY K. HAMMOND Monticello 



JUDY L. HAMMOND Taylorsville 
MARTIN J. HAMPTON Barbourville 
CONNIE K. HANKS Lawrenceburg 
VICTOR R. HANNAN Berea 
JUDY K. HANSFORD Shopville 
JENNIFER HARDIN Henderson 




480 JUNIORS/GAG-HAR 




JANE D. HARPER Elizabethtown 
DENNIS HARRIS Shelbyville 
GILDA S. HARRIS Richmond 
HELEN J. HARRIS Middlesboro 
MICHAEL D. HARRIS Bethel, Ohio 
DEBBIE S. HARRISON Louisville 



TIMOTHY R. HARRISON Port Royal 
BARBARA J. HARROD Frankfort 
DON R. HARVEY Bellevue 
JUDY G. HATFIELD Harlan 
DEBORAH J HAWKINS Lexington 
KATHY A. HAWKS Westchester, Ohio 



RUTH A. HAYS Gravel Switch 
STEVE R. HAYS Cincinnati. Ohio 
REBECCA M HAYWOOD Prestonsburg 
ANNE H. HAZELRIGG Danville 
MARY L. HEAD New Haven 
TERRY L. HEATH Cleves, Ohio 



BILL S. HELM Louisville 
HANNAH J. HELM Lexington 
JEAN C. HEMPFLING Hebron 
JO A HENNING Louisville 
KENNETH W. HENRY Winchester 
RUSSELL HENSLEY, JR Eau Gallie, 
Florida 




After facing closed classes and long lines, frustrated students end registration ordeal by paying fees 



JUNIORS/ HAR-HEN 481 



SUSAN S HIBBS Bardstown 
JUDY L. HICKS West Chester, Ohio 
DEBORAH A. HIGGINS Louisville 
CATHY E. HILL Versailles 
CHARLES A. HILL Louisville 
KAREN E. HILL Fairless Hills, 
Pennsylvania 

DANIESE A HINES Covington 
TERRY G HITE South Point. Ohio 
ROSE M. HOAGLAND Lebanon Junction 
PAMELA A HOBBS Stanford 
DAVID L HOLLINGSWORTH Lynch 
JEANIE M HOLLINGSWORTH 
Cumberland 



SHEILA K HOLSCLAW Lexington 
BEVERLY A. HOLTON Independence 
RAYMOND A. HOOD Medina, Ohio 
CINDY HOPKINS Erlanger 
GARY W. HOPPERTON Dry Ridge 
JAMES A. HOSKINS Richmond 





A sure sign of students' presence is their absence 



482 JUNIORS/HIB-HOS 



Suitcasers Desert Campus 




PAMELA L HOUP Florence 
JIM A. HOUSE Richmond 
ESTHER B HOUSER Lynch 
DARRELL N HOVIOUS Hustonville 
CAROL A. HOWARD Owensboro 
GLENNA B HOWARD Jackson 



PAULINE L HOWELL Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania 
DEBBIE M. HRICKO Rockville, Maryland 
JOHN J HUDDY Columbus. Ohio 
ARTHUR A. HUGHES Louisville 
JACKY R HUGHES Monticello 
WILLIAM L HUGHES Irvine 



KATHRYN L. HUGHLETT Louisville 
JAMES S- HUNDLEY Shelbyville 
BRENDA D HUNT Paint Lick 
THOMAS J HURAK Lima, Ohio 
STEVEN L. HURLEY Xenia, Ohio 
BETTY D. JACKSON Richmond 



DEBORAH R JACOBS Walton 
LLOYD M. JAMES Stanford 
JO ANN JEFFERS Frankfort 
SALLY N. JEFFERS Newark, Ohio 
BARTHOLOMEW J JOHNSON Honeoye, 

New York 
CHARLES F. JOHNSON Hazard 

JUDY C JOHNSON Richmond 
KAY A. JOHNSON North Ridgeville. Ohio 
MARSHA D. JOHNSON Louisville 
TERRENCE A JOHNSON Cincinnati, 

Ohio 
WINNIE S JOHNSON Florence 
YVETTE A. JOHNSON Louisville 



BELINDA L JONES Langley 

DIANNE C. JONES Lancaster, Ohio 

GARY L. JONES Irvine 

HARRY B JONES North Middletown 

HARRY T. JONES Irvine 

JAMES W JONES Danville 



PATRICIA M. JUDGE Burlington 
BETH J JUREK Frankfort 
CHESTER JUSTICE, JR. Knoxville, 

Tennessee 
E. THOMAS KALE Bowling Green, Ohio 
VIRGINIA G KAPLAN Falmouth 
KAREN E. KARETH Cincinnati, Ohio 



JO ANN M. KECK Hamilton, Ohio 
SARAH K. KELLEY Lexington 
CYNTHIA A. KELSO Warrenton, Missouri 
PATRICIA S KENNEDY Midway 
TERESA J. KENNEDY Newark, Ohio 
TINA A. KERR Louisville 



JUNIOR/HOU-KER 483 



University Store Business Booms 



JOYCE K. KILGORE New Paris, Ohio 
HAROLD F. KINCAID Beattyville 
KAREN S. KING Brooksville 
CLARENCE C. KIRCHNER Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania 
ERIC P. KISER Murfreesboro, Tennessee 
PATRICIA C. KNIGHT Arlington, Virginia 



MARY KNIPPLE Livonia, Michigan 
PATRICIA A. KOH Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA S. KOK Pleasure Ridge Park 
KEVIN O. KOK Pleasure Ridge Park 
LINDA S. KRAUTH Ft. Mitchell 
ELIZABETH D. LACKEY Berea 



DONALD T. LACOSTE Chicopec, 

Massachusetts 
GLORIA J. LAKE Berea 
JERRY G. LAMB Paint Lick 
DAVID R. LANE ML Sterling 
JOHN LANIER London 
MARK A. LAWLER Centerport, New York 

CATHERINE J. LEE Louisville 
DANIEL J. LEGEL Louisville 
DONNA L. LEHMAN Alexandria 
JERIIYN A. LEITCH Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania 
SHERRI L. LENBERGER Louisville 
ADRIENNE H. LENNART Louisville 



LISBETH K. LEVALLEY Dayton, Ohio 
CARL L. LEWALLEN Corbin 
BEVERLY C. LEWIS Morrow, Ohio 
GREGORY A. LOBUONO Hamilton, Ohio 
CAROLYN S. LOVE Paris 
SUSAN L. LOWE Winchester 



CHARLES O. LOWERY, JR. Louisville 
BARBARA E. LUMSDEN Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROBERT W. LUTKENHOFF Ft. Thomas 
VIOLET M. LYONS Taylorsville 
PHYLLIS A. MACALLAY Kettering, Ohio 
JEFFREY S. MAGERS Louisville 



PATTY L. MAINS Falmouth 
ROBERT D MANES Battle Creek, 

Michigan 
MICHAEL T. MANN Louisville 
RALPH S. MANN Elsmere 
LINDA S. MANNING Somerset 
PATRICIA A. MARCH Miami, Florida 



CHARLENE MARCUM Albany 
JAYNE L. MARLOWE Frankfort 
DARYL P. MARMILLOT Louisville 
KEVIN D. MARTELLO Lexington 
DAVID R. MARTIN Crab Orchard 
JEFFREY J. MARTIN Jacksonville, Florida 








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484 JUNIORS/KIL-MAR 




As students return to campus they find necessities of all kinds in 
the expanded University store. 



JUNIORS 485 




While providing students with a scenic place of relaxation, the Memorial Fountain also 
provides this canine with a cool drink. 



VICKI L. MARTIN Louisville 
PEGGY A. MASCHMEYER Ludlow 
MICHAEL L MASON Lynch 
RICHARD L. MASON Alexandria 
ALETHA A. MASTERS Big Stone Gap, 

Virginia 
BOBBY G. MAUNEY, JR. Louisville 

SHARON E. MAUPIN Lebanon 

PATTY MAVITY Richmond 

LOWELL J. MAXEY Peterstown, West 

Virginia 
BERNADETTE M. MAYER Cox's Creek 
KATHY MAYER Alexandria 
GWEN MAYES Harrodsburg 



HAROLD S. MAYES Booneville 
JUDY G. MAYFEILD Lancaster 
DONNA B. McATHUR Cincinnati, Ohio 
JENNIE R. McBRAYER Shelbyville 
JUDITH A. McCLANAHAN Williamstown 
LISA E. McCLAVE Portsmouth, Ohio 



STEPHEN H. McCOMBS Louisville 
RUSTY W. McDONALD Louisville 
JUDY McFALL Albany 
AL S. McFARLAND Owensboro 
DONNA L. MclNTOSH Milwaukee, 

Wisconsin 
JOHN D. McNEW ML Vernon 




486 JUNIORS/MAR-McN 



Fountain 



A Place for Thoughts, Dreams 





JANIS L McNULTY Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH D. McPHERSON Lancaster 
RACHEL L McQUERRY Paint Lick 
MICHAEL R McWHORTER Valley Station 
VICKI P McWHORTER London 
CHARLES C. MEADE II Catlettsburg 



ALETA B MERKEL Bethesda, Maryland 
SHERRY G- MESSER Mansfield. Ohio 
WILLIAM C. MIDDLETON Richmond 
BRENDA S MILBURN Springfield 
GARY D MILBY Louisville 
JOSEPH D MILES Lebanon 



KEVIN C. MILES Indianapolis, Indiana 
CHESTER W. MILLER Jamestown. Ohio 
EDWIN A. MILLER Winchester 
JOAN F MILLER Russell 
WANDA J MILLER London 
MARY R. MILLS Ft. Campbell 



KENNETH W. MITCHELL Lexington 
HARRY MOBERLY, JR Richmond 
MARGIE MOEVES Ft Mitchell 
SEYED B. MOHAMMADI Tabriz. Iran 
ALICE M MONTGOMERY Scottsburg. 

Indiana 
LINDA A MONTGOMERY Salyersville 

MICHAEL J MONTGOMERY Dayton. 

Ohio 
GREGORY H. MOORE Miamisburg. Ohio 
JANET L MOORE Hamilton. Ohio 
JOSEPH R MOORE Campbellsburg 
LEOMARIE MOORE Louisville 
MARY E L MOORE Ashland 

MAURICE E. MOORE Booneville 
RONALD G MOORE Booneville 
TANYA F. MOORES Louisville 
CARLOS A. MORENO Pineville 
BEVERLY W MORGAN, JR. Roanoke, 

Virginia 
MARCIA C MORRIS Cincinnati. Ohio 



WILLIAM S. MORRIS Richmond 
M. KAY MORROW Hill Top 
ROBERT V MORROW Lexington 
PAULA M. MOSCINSKI Niles, Illinois 
RON P. MOSSOTTI Syracuse, New York 
ELIZABETH W. MOUYEOS Richmond 



CHRISTINE D. MUELLER Florence 
ARTIE M. MULLEN Georgetown 
STANFORD T. MULLEN, JR. Louisville 
SALLY A. MULLINS afCincinnati, Ohio 
SHEILA G. MULLINS Hustonville 
RICHARD M MURPHY Indianapolis. 
Indiana 



JUNIORS/McN-MUR 487 



Volunteers Drum-up Student Vote 



JAMES D. MUTH Radcliff 

FRANK W. MYERS Birmingham, Alabama 

MICHAEL B. MYERS Louisville 

MICHAEL S. NAPIER Vandalia, Ohio 

D. SCOTT NEAL Pine Knot 

VIKKI L. NEAL Tonowanda, New York 



BETTY J. NEELEY Somerset 
JOHN A. NELSON Valley Station 
PAUL D. NETTLE Canal Fulton, Ohio 
JOHN E. NEUFARTH Southgate 
K. MICHAEL NEWTON Frankfort 
THOMAS L. NICKELL Winchester 



CLARA NOBLE Minnie 

JUDY L. NOE West Alexandria, Ohio 

SARAH A. NOE Somerset 

MARK S. NOLAND Louisville 

FRANKIE L. NUNN Crab Orchard 

NANCY L. NUNN Albany 



BERNARD B. O BRYAN, III Louisville 
BONNIE M. ODLE Atlanta, Georgia 
MARK L. OLIVER Covington 
KATHY L. O NAN Louisville 
LINDA D. O NEAL London 
RICHARD M. OTT Kings Mills, Ohio 



SUSAN A. OTTO Ft. Thomas 
JAMES M. OVERMILLER York, 

Pennsylvania 
DEBORAH F. PACE Pembroke 
PAMELA L. PACK Paintsville 
ERNEST W. PARROTT London 
SHERRY PARSONS Holland, Michigan 



THOMAS E. PARTIN Annville 
DAVID E. PASIERB Donora, Pennsylvania 
VICKI L. PATRICK Springboro, Ohio 
DOROTHY A. PATTERSON Valley Station 
ALLAN T. PAULSON Sparta, New Jersey 
JOHN H. PAYNE Danville 



CECILIA D. PEARCE Shelbyville 
WAYNE PEARSALL Lorain, Ohio 
DEBRA K. PEARSON Dayton, Ohio 
HELENA S. PEEBLES McDermott, Ohio 
LLOYD W. PENISTON Lacie 
MARION R. PENNINGTON London 



MICHAEL E. PEREZ Brandenburg 
JUDITH L. PERKINS Louisville 
ELLEN S. PERRY Vine Grove 
DAVID M. PETERS Corbin 
LINDA M. PFALZGRAF Burlington 
A. SUSAN PHELPS London 




488 JUNIORS/MUT-PHE 




In an all-out effort to gain youthful votes on campus, various student groups provide reg- 
istration applications for absentee ballots. 




BLAINE PHILLIPS Stearns 
REBECCA L. PHILLIPS Louisville 
WAYNE PHILLIPS Stearns 
JENNIFER S. PIATT Dayton, Ohio 
KAREN M PICKRELL Brooksville 
HOWARD J. PIPES Louisville 



BARBARA D. PITAKOS Cincinnati, Ohio 

JANET M. POPE Louisville 

KARREN J. POPE Annapolis, Maryland 

NANCY E. POTTS Louisville 

SALLY J. PRATHER Prospect Heights, 

Illinois 
MICHAEL PRESTON Lancaster 



JAMESETTA PRICE Richmond 
MICHAEL L. PULLIAM Louisville 
DAVID A. QUARLES Swallowfield 
EUGENE D. RAINS Middlesboro 
LINDA S- RAINS London 
LINDA G. RAKESTRAW Somerset 



JUNIORS/PHI-RAK 489 




Pitching horseshoes was only one of the events sponsored at the fall BOG County Fair. 



DENNIS R. RALEIGH Fern Creek 
KAREN L RAMEY Harlan 
JAMES W. RANKIN Shelbyville 
ROBERT A. RANKIN Winchester 
CAROL J. RAY Louisville 
LUCIA C. RAZOR Lexington 



PAUL C. REBMANN Lexington 
PATRICIA A. REBOLD Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDY REED Lexington 
DIANNE M. REHKAMP Florence 
KATHERINE L. REINSTEDLER Louisville 
JESSIE M. REISS Louisville 



SANDRA K. REMY North Ridgeville, Ohio 
CAROLYN REPPERT ML Vernon 
JAMES R. RHEA Jamestown, North 

Carolina 
ANDREW W. RICE Lexington 
BETTY K. RICE Prestonsburg 
JODY RICE Ashland 




490 JUNIORS/RAL-RIC 



BOG County Fair Signifies Fall 




NORA E RICHARDS MI. Sterling 
DEBORAH L RICHARDSON Waco 
ANGEL R. RICHESON Louisville 
BARBARA A. RICKE New Albany, 

Indiana 
BECKY B. RICKETTS Louisville 
PAUL D. RIFFLE Lima, Ohio 



THOMAS J. RILEY Lebanon 
LYNN RISK Nicholasville 
CHARLES A ROACH Radcliff 
TERRY L. ROARK Owensboro 
VICTORIA G ROBERTSON Waynesburg 
MATTIE J. ROBINSON Manchester 



ROBERT L ROBINSON Louisville 
HOWIE ROESCH Hamilton, Ohio 
MICHAEL A. ROGERS Irvine 
PATTI L. ROGERS Cincinnati, Ohio 
JIM K. ROSS Berea 
RICHARD A. ROSS Vandalia. Ohio 



ANDREA L ROUTLEDGE Bellevue 
TERRY W ROUTSON Dayton, Ohio 
KENNETH R. ROWLAND Wilmore 
OPAL S. ROWLAND Clover Bottom 
STEVE J. ROWLAND Louisville 
SHARON K ROWLETT Bedford 



G. GERALD ROY LaGrange 
TED K. RUSH London 
JOHN A. SALISBURY Martin 
KAREN J SALLEE Jackson 
ZACK D. SALYERS Frankfort 
BARBARA J. SANDERS Richmond 



MARTHA F. SANDS Louisville 
DAVID K. SAYLOR Corbin 
PAUL E. SCANLON Lexington 
DANIEL R. SCHERRER Ft. Thomas 
MICHAEL C. SCHILLING Russell 
ROXANN SCHLELEIN Cincinnati. Ohio 



MARY L. SCHOLL Covington 
RANDALL J. SCHWEITZER Bardstown 
RONALD L. SCHWEITZER Bardstown 
CAROL P. SCHWENKE Union 
PATRICIA A. SEAMAN Florence 
JAMES E. SEBREE Dayton, Ohio 



M. JOYCE SEILER Erlanger 
TERRI J- SEITZ Lawrenceburg, Indiana 
JERRI E. SELLERS Loveland. Ohio 
ANTHONY T. SEROWIK Eau Gallie, 

Florida 
SIMIN R. SHAKIB Lexington 
DAN R. SHANK Dayton, Ohio 



JUNIORS 'RIC-SHA 491 




Wmm 



A ruptured water main delays construction on the Jane F. Campbell Building. Right: Con- 
struction workers stand idle awaiting repair of the broken water main. 



LINCOLN V. SHARP Harrodsburg 
LINDA D. SHARP Turners Station 
DEBORAH Y SHEETS Jackson 
JAMES L. SHEPHERD Richmond 
OAKIE L. SHEPHERD Prestonsburg 
EDWARD L. SHERMAN Somerset 



JO A. SHIELDS Chaplin 
JERRY L. SHOTWELL Erlanger 
SAMIER E. SHUNWARA Valley Station 
DAVID H. SICKELS Louisville 
DENNIS M. SILLS Lexington 
CARL E. SIMMS Louisville 



STEVEN W. SLADE Cynthiana 
JOHN L. SLONE Cincinnati, Ohio 
BENNITA J. SMITH Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES D. SMITH Loyall 
JERRY W. SMITH Piqua, Ohio 
JOHN M. SMITH Fairdale 



JOYCE A. SMITH Winchester 
MARK M. SMITH Richmond 
MARY J. SMITH Springfield 
MICHAEL R. SMITH Lebanon 
STEVE B. SMITH Richmond 
VERITA K. SMITH Somerset 



JOLLY B. SNIDER Jeffersontown 
PATRICIA J. SOISTER Melbourne 
JOHN G. SPAHR Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH V. SPALDING Lebanon 
DEBORAH K. SPARROW Louisville 
LINDA R. SPARROW Cynthiana 




492 JUNIORS/SHA-SPA 



Broken Water Main Delays Construction 




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MICHAEL R. SPECK Des Moines, Iowa 
SANDRA D. STAHL Covington 
CHARLES D. STAMPER Monticello 
GARY G. STANSBERRY Erlanger 
WILLIAM W. STAPLETON Knoxville, 

Tennessee 
RALPH STEELE Lexington 

NANCY J. STEGER Florence 
DONALD J STEVENSON Winchester 
BENJIE E. STEWART McDowell 
CINDY A. STEWART Convoy, Ohio 
DONNA K. STEWART Northfield, New 

Jersey 
EVELYN G. STEWART Letcher 



BARRY W. STOESS Crestwood 
DEBRA B. STOKES Louisville 
THALEENA F. STRANGE Clay City 
KARLA A. STRONG Lexington 
EVAN A. STUDER Highland, Indiana 
MARCELLA STUMBO Minnie 



EDWARD SWAFFORD Big Creek 
ANNE SWAIM Wilmington, Ohio 
EARL B. SWEENEY Louisville 
JOHN R. SWEENY Washington, 

Pennsylvania 
GERALD W. TAMME Lebanon Junction 
NANCY R. TASSIE Louisville 



DAVID P. THEILER Okolona 
KAREN A. THOMAS Centerville, Ohio 
WILLIAM K. THOMAS Bardstown 
LAWRENCE W. THOMPSON Richmond 
PATRICIA A. THOMPSON Winchester 
ROBERT H. THOMPSON Florence 



JUNIORS/SPE-THO 493 



CYNTHIA L. THURMAN Frankfort 
LEEANN THURMOND Corbin 
DAVIS D. TINDOLL, JR. Vine Gove 
PEGGY L. TINGLE Pleasureville 
MICHAEL TIPTON Shelbyville 
STEVEN W. TIPTON Ravenna 



GARY C. TODD Independence, Virginia 
VELMA L. TOMASSETTI Anchorage 
MARY A. TOWNER Manchester, Ohio 
HELEN J. TRISLER Harrodsburg 
MICHAEL L. TROUP Miamisburg, Ohio 
JAMES S. TRUE Lexington 



MICHAEL V TRUE Corinth 
HARRY L. TRUMAN Pleasureville 
DOROTHY S. TUCKER Waynesburg 
OSCAR J. TUDOR Richmond 
EDWARD R. TUGGLE Monticello 
LORI TUNGATE Kettering, Ohio 



MICHAEL E. TURNER Englewood, Ohio 
ROSETTA A. TURNER Williamsburg, Ohio 
KATHY J. TURPIN Richmond 
CYNTHIA R. TYGRETT Shelbyville 
KATHI L. UZZEL Dayton, Ohio 
THOMAS M. VAN DYKE Winchester 





A lighted jack-olantern creates the Halloween atmosphere in a co-ed dorm. 



494 JUNIORS/THU-VAN 



Halloween Decorations Brighten Dorms 




BENJAMIN VAN HOOK Somerset 
GARY K. VAN HOOSE Paintsville 
DEBRA L VANDER HORST Celina, Ohio 
ELINDA K. VANOVER Middlesboro 
MARCIA D. VAUGHN Louisville 
LINDA S. VENNEMAN Southgate 



J. MARK VICE Maysville 
PATRICA L. VICE Mays Lick 
MARIE VITTITOE Mt Washington 
THOMAS H VOLK Homestead Park, 

Pennsylvania 
RICHARD G. VON HANDORF Lookout 

Heights 
LEWIS E WACHSMAN Cold Spring 

KENNETH B WADE Harrodsburg 
ANN C. WAGNER Ft Thomas 
WILLIAM C. WAGNER Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania 
DEBBIE J WAINRIGHT Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA P. WALKER Frankfort 
RHONDA C WALL Waynesburg 

JULIA B WALLIN Brooksville 
THOMAS R. WALTERS Newark, Ohio 
GWENDA G WARMAN West Chester, 

Ohio 
GREGORY O. WARREN Lexington 
CINDY WATKINS St. Louis, Missouri 
KENNETH D WATSON Frankfort 



KATHLEEN WATTS Jackson 
JAMES S WAY II Richmond 
CANDACE J. WEAVER Greensburg, 

Pennsylvania 
CHERYL A. WEAVER Florence 
CAROLYN A. WEBB Mt Washington 
CHARLES R. WEBB Covington 

MIKE C WEBER Ft Thomas 
MARITA F WEBSTER Glencoe 
THERESE A. WEIGAND Florence 
SHERRY V. WEISMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
GARY F. WELDON Warehouse Point. 

Connecticut 
BILLY D. WELLS Dayton 



JAMES E. WHITE Louisville 
MARTHA J. WHITE Paintsville 
BARBARA L WHITEHEAD Brooksville 
HELEN J. WIGGINTON Bloomfield 
ELIZABETH A. WILLIAMS Richmond 
GARY L. WILLIAMS Shelbyville 



KENNETH L. WILLIAMS Wilmington, Ohio 
ROBERT N. WILLIAMS Hagerstown, 

Maryland 
ROGER L. WILLIAMS Elkhorn City 
SARA L. WILLIEN Milliard, Ohio 
HARRY P. WILLIS Shelbyville 
CATHERINE S. WILSON Paris 



JUNIORS/VAN-WIL 495 



Cheerleaders' Practice Inspires Spirit 



WILLIAM S. WILSON Irvine 
DEBRA L. WISE Louisville 
TERESA A. WOMACK Grayson 
DIANA S. WOOD Pleasureville 
ARTHUR R. WOODEN Big Cliffy 
REBECCA A. WRIGHT Somerset 



VICKIE S. WRIGHT Lebanon 
DAVE G. WURFEL Oklona 
WILLARD D WYNN Closplint 
BETTY K. YATES Maud 
KATHIE J. YORK Albany 
BRENDA D. YOUNG Junction City 



DARLENE YOUNG Ashland 
DAVID R. YOUNG Tompkinsville 
PAMELA G. YOUNG Danville 
GREGORY G ZEITS Lake Leelanau, 

Michigan 
TIMOTHY E. ZIEGLER Telford, 

Pennsylvania 
JOHN L. ZINNER Fern Creek 





Gymnastics play a pari in cheerleading workouts for Gary Taylor and Claudia Cruse. 



496 JUNIORS/WIL-ZIN 










Howard Steiner and Cathy Jones run through the cheerleading routines at practice for the Austin Peay game. 



JUNIORS 497 



Sophomores Gain 
New Confidence 



As Sophomores returned to Eastern's campus, 
they telt a new excitement knowing that they 
were no longer the beginners. Feelings had 
changed. They telt a new confidence within 
themselves and realized the role they play in Uni- 
versity life. 

Life wasn't simple anymore; new questions 
had to be answered and new problems had to be 
faced. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Cathy Shay, treasurer; Holly 
Hart, vice president; Mickey Mills, president; and Topsy Robinson, 
secretary, not pictured. 



498 SOPHOMORES/CLASS OFFICERS 




JILL M. ABBOTT Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH T ABNEY Irvine 
WILLIAM M. ABNEY Richmond 
ROBIN A ABRAMS Berea 
BILL ADAMS Orlando, Florida 
HAZEL A ADAMS Feds Creek 



SARAH T ADAMS Paint Lick 
STEVEN M AGE Louisville 
AUGUSTO F AGUIRRE Quito, Ecuador 
DAVID S. AIKEN Sanford, Florida 
JEFFERY L. AKERS Gratis, Ohio 
JUDY J ALEXANDER Danville 



JUDY L. ALLEN Cincinnati. Ohio 
KAREN ALLEN Lawrenceburg 
PAMELA L ALLEN Wilmington, Ohio 
KATHLEEN A. AMBROSE Berea 
THOMAS A AMBURN Louisville 
CAROL L ANDERSON Cincinnati, Ohio 



STEVE A. ANDERSON Lawrenceburg, 

Indiana 
CECILIA ANELLO Spnngboro. Ohio 
SCOTT T ARNOLD Frankfort 
FAWN ASBURY Cambellsburg 
BECKY A ATKINSON Lexington 
LAURA J AVERILL Lancaster, Ohio 

ANTHONY A AYETTEGreenw//e. Ohio 
DANNY R, BABB Richmond 
ANNESHANNON BACON Danville 
BARBARA N BADGETT Louisville 
DEBORAH A BADISHIAN Hasbrouck 

Heights, New Jersey 
BARBARA J BAILEY Crab Orchard 



BECKY S. BAILEY Fairdale 
HENRY E BAILEY Cincinnati. Ohio 
BONNIE J BAKER Irvine 
DENISE E. BAKER Laura. Ohio 
JUDY A BAKER Norwood, Ohio 
LINDA K. BAKER Covington 

GWEN BANKSTON Northfield, New 

Jersey 
BRENDA K BARBER Carrollton 
JAMES L BARLOW, JR. Lexington 
PATSY C BARNES Irvine 
JEANNA L BARNARD Pikeville 
LINDA C. BARNETT Valley Station 

MICHELLE M. BARONDICK Lebanon, 

Pennsylvania 
OBIE G. BATES Monticello 
MARVIN T. BATTE Cynthiana 
DOUGLAS A. BECK Greenhills. Ohio 
JAMES F. BECKLERLync/7 
RICHARD A. BEE Bethel. Ohio 



SOPHOMORES/ABB-BEE 499 



Constant Activity Depicts Ravine 



BRENDA K. BEEGLE Wilmington, Ohio 
DEBORAH K. BELLAIRS Richmond 
DEBORAH J. BELLAMY Circleville, Ohio 
PRISCILLA BELLAMY Jackson 
DARRIS W. BENNETT Russell Springs 
HERBERT S. BENNETT Rineyville 

LINDA S. BENNETT Barbourville 
LINDA J. BENSON Silver Spring, 

Maryland 
STARR H. BERENBROICKGreen Pond, 

New Jersey 
DONNA L. BERRY Johnstown, Ohio 
ROBERT J. BERTRAND Ft. Knox 
PATRICIA D. BEST Knoxville, Tennessee 

NANCY J. BIBELHAUSEN Cincinnati, 

Ohio 
MARSHA A BILGER Bellevue 
BRUCE L. BISHER Norwood, Ohio 
CLAY M. BISHOP Manchester 
DOUGLAS K. BLACK Louisville 
GEORGE C BLACKBURN Belfry 



JAMES F. BLAIR Bardstown 
PATTI A. BLANK Covington 
JOHN C. BLUM Louisville 
THOMAS A. BODEY Piqua, Ohio 
LORETTA S. BOGIE Richmond 
JAMES M. BONZO Jasper, Ohio 



DAVID A BOREN Louisville 
SHARALEE BORST Russell 
NANCY C. BOTNER Richmond 
FREDERICK M. L. BOVINET Louisville 
BONNIE BOWEN Mason, Ohio 
CONNIE L. BOWLING Pikeville 



JAMES A. BOWMAN Louisville 
JUDITH A. BRANHAM Pikeville 
NANCY D. BRAUN Cincinnati, Ohio 
ELLEN L. BRAUTIGAM Wapakoneta, 

Ohio 
DON O. BRONN Anchorage 
ROSEMARY V. BROOKS Cynthiana 



BARBARA J. BROWN Springfield 
BRENDA E. BROWN Lawrenceburg 
CORDIS A. BROWN Stanton 
JOSEPH W. BROWN Louisville 
KEITH D. BROWN McDermott, Ohio 
LYNN BROWN Pineville 



SHARON L. BROWN Ft. Thomas 
SUSAN H. BROWN Lexington 
CATHERINE A. BROWNING Lebanon 
NANCY K. BRUNKER Cynthiana 
GAIL T. BRYAN Frankfort 
VICKI M. BUCHANOR Louisville 




500 SOPHOMORES/BEE-BUC 




Coeds invigorated by the cool autumn days play football in the ravine 




MARY A. BUCKHULZ Frankfort 
DEBRA C BUNCH Mt. Vernon 
HERBY P. BUNCH Edmonton 
MICHELLE A. BUNGER Louisville 
ROSEMARIE BURCH Louisville 
MARY S. BURDETTELetianon 



PAM BURGIN Norwood, Ohio 
MARY J. BURLAGE Ft. Thomas 
CARLA J BURRIS Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA B BURTON Monticello 
JENNIFER L. BUSH Louisville 
CARLA L. BROERMANN Chicago, Illinois 

LINDA K BUSSEY Ashland 
GLORIA A. CALDWELL Bethel, Ohio 
RUTH A. CALICO Dayton, Ohio 
WYNELLA Y CAMP Louisville 
DAVID B CAMPBELL Louisville 
RICHARD H CAMPBELL, JR. York, 
Pennsylvania 



SOPHOMORES/ BUC-CAM 501 



CATHRYN A. CARMAN Russell 
MICHEAL W. CARR Harlan 
BARBARA N. CARRICO Springfield 
KELLY R. CARSON Richmond 
KAREN L. CARTER Lexington 
VERONICA L. CARTER Burkesville 



DANIELE CASTEEL East Bemstadt 
DAVID J. CECIL Louisville 
FLORENCE CECIL St. Francis 
RALPH E. CECIL Charlestown, Indiana 
LINDA L. CENTERS Williamsburg 
STEPHANIE A. CHAKIRIS Dayton, Ohio 



CAROLYN L. CHANDLER Tipp City, Ohio 
ANGELA R. CHANEY Kettering, Ohio 
RONALD L. CHAPMAN Ft- Campbell 
PAMELA W. CHEATHAM Danville 
ROB CHESLEY Cincinnati, Ohio 
PHATANEE CHIARAVANOND Bangkok, 
Thailand 

MARIE B. CHIDESTER Water Gap 
DEBORAH R. CHILCOTE Cincinnati, 

Ohio 
SUSAN M CHILDERS Hazard 
RAMONA L. CLANCY Lexington 
CHERYL L CLARK Crab Orchard 
ELIJAH CLARK Livingston 





Louise Atwood and Chris Bosler decorate Combs Hall for Homecoming by adding the finishing touches on Snoopy's 

doghouse. 



502 SOPHOMORES/CAR-CLA 



Dorms Decorated for Homecoming 




LARRY T. CLARK Lancaster 
RALPH L. CLARK Mt. Washington 
LAURA K. CLEM Danville 
STEPHEN F. CLEMENTS Louisville 
FAYE CLIFFORD Louisville 
PAMELA J, CLIFFORD Shelbyville 



SHELIA K. CLITON Owenton 
PAMELA K CLOYD Lebanon 
JANET K CLUTTS Louisville 
SALLY L. COAPLEN Louisville 
THERESA CODY Hindman 
ANN W. CALAO Ossming, New York 



CAROL R. COLE Lexington 
DAVID B COLEMAN Richmond 
JACK L. COLEMAN Burgin 
JOHNY M COLLINS Richmond 
BARBARA J COLVIN Bloomfield 
DAVID W COMBS Dry Ridge 



STEPHEN COMBS Tyner 
KAY S COLSON Lancaster 
FAWN M. CONLEY Lexington 
GEORGE M. CONWAY Carrollton 
COLLEEN M. CONNORS Jeffersontown 
DEBRA J CONROY Paris 



THOMAS R. COOMES Bardstown 
JOAM L. COOPER Erlanger 
JOHN H COOPER Georgetown 
JOYCE L. COOPER Eubank 
LINDA D. COOPER Chardon, Ohio 
YVONNE T. 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 



JANET E. COX Nicholasville 
STEVE E. COX Georgetown 
RALPH M. CRABTREE Monticello 
WALTER M. CRAFT Manchester 
JAMES W, CRAFTON Milton 
BRENDA S. CRAIG Frankfort 



MARY C CRANE Rushville, Indiana 
CONNIE F. CRAWFORD Cynthiana 
VICKIE A. CRAWFORD Carlisle 
SARAH J. CRAWLEY Louisville 
JUDITH A. CRIGGER Wytheville, Virginia 
DONNA J. CRISP Lexington 



SOPHOMORES/CLE-CRI 503 



Foreign Students Add International Flavor 



KATHLEEN A. CRONE Centerville, Ohio 
JEFFERY M. CROSS Albany 
PATRICK T. CROSS Bromley 
MARICA L. CROUT Germantown, Ohio 
W. SCOTT CULTON Newport News, 

Virginia 
VIRENDA J. CUNNINGHAM Louisville 



TOY A. CURD Nicholasville 
DANIEL B. CUSTIS Lebanon, Ohio 
DORIS R. DARRELL Carlisle 
DAVID Q. DAVIES New Concord, Ohio 
BRENDA L. DAVIS Middlesboro 
CYNTHIA K. DAVIS Aurora, Indiana 



DENNIS R. DAVIS Corbm 
DIXIE DAVIS Stanton 
LISA J, DAVIS Seymour, Indiana 
MICHAEL G. DAVIS Lade 
SHERRY L. DAVIS Middletown 
BEVERLY W. DEAN Richmond 



SYDNEY E. DEAN Clover Bottom 
ANTHONY W. DeCANDIA Lodi, New 

Jersey 
D. KEVIN DENNISON Louisville 
JOYCE A. DETTOR Covington 
GREGORY A. DICKERSON Warsaw 
CAROLINE M DIERSING Louisville 

DAVID A. DONALDSON Richmond 
DOROTHEA M. DOUGHERTY Dayton 
JEAN A. DOWNEY Lexington 
JACK O- DUFF Lexington 
ZETTA L. DUFF Lexington 
AMY S. DULL I Fairfield, Ohio 

JUNE M- DUNKMAN Montgomery, Ohio 
JACKIE K. DUNN Williamstown 
ANN K. DURHAM West Irvine 
TERRI M. DURKIN Ft. Mitchell 
JANIE A. DYER Albany 
PATRICA L. EANES Williamson. West 
Virginia 



MICHAEL L. EARLEY Wilmington, Ohio 
LINDA L. EARLYWINE Carlisle 
SHEILA E. EASTERDAY Seymour, 

Indiana 
MARILYN S- EBY Kettering, Ohio 
JAMES G. EDWARDS Irvine 
BARBARA A. EISENMENGER Louisville 

ROBERT H. ELLINGER Centerville, Ohio 
ROBERT M. ELY Manchester 
LINDA A, ENGLE Corbin 
DEBORAH K. ESTILL Mays Lick 
KAREN S. ESTRIDGE Lynch 
ARTHUR J. EVE III Louisville 




504 SOPHOMORES/CRO-EVE 




The international student talent show added "worldly" entertainment during the first semester. 




DELENNA R FARMER Lebanon 
HOLLY J. FELLER Dover. Ohio 
MICHAEL L FENDER New Richmond, 

Ohio 
BONNIE A FIELDS Annville 
LARRY H. FINLEY Manchester 
JACQUELYN H. FITZPATRICK Lexington 



STEVEN FLAIRTY Claryville 
MARSHA R FLAMM Louisville 
SUSAN FLOWERS Corbin 
KATHI A. FLYNN Lexington 
SUSAN J. FLYNN Lawrenceburg 
JUDY A. FOLEY Richmond 



STEVE A. FOLEY Russell Springs 
GAYNELL FOREMAN Louisville 
RUTH FOWLER Lexington 
JO ANN FOX Farmersville, Ohio 
MARY T. FOX Milford, Ohio 
THELMA L. FOX Georgetown 



DENNIS FRALEY Jackson 
DELMA J. FRANCIS Lancaster 
JANICE L. FRANKE Alexandria, Virginia 
RITA I. FREDERICKS SANG, Base, 

Michigan 
HAROLD H. FRIEDLY JR. Louisville 
VICKIE D. FRITZ Richmond 



SOPHOMORES' FAR-FRI 505 




On Band Day, Galib Kawaja holds one of the children brought to the game by the TEKE fraternity, as one of their yearly projects. 



506 SOPHOMORES 



Greeks Serve Community 




RICK FRYMAN Englewood, Ohio 
ROBERT A FRYMAN Cynthiana 
RHONDA L. FRYMAN Cynthiana 
GARY L. FUGATE Price 
SHARON GABBARD Frankfort 
KAREN S GALAMB Dayton, Ohio 



SUSAN L GALATI Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania 
DIANA G. GARTIN Dayton, Ohio 
DANIEL L GASH South Portsmouth 
VERONICA GAYLE Sparta 
LINDA A GENTRY Lexington 
VIRGINIA R. GEOGHEGAN Bardstown 



RICHARD W GERTH Walton 
GREGORY A. GIBBS South Shore 
DAVID R GIBSON Louisville 
JANIE E. GIBSON Langley 
GLENN GILBERT Vanceburg 
SHERRIE L GILBERT Lexington 



PAUL A GLASS High Point, North 

Carolina 
MARY L. GLASSCOCK Gravel Switch 
GARY W GLAZE Pineville 
BONNIE F GLENN Cynthiana 
PEGGY E. GOLYER Corbin 
DONNA S GOODIN Pineville 



LARRY D. GRAVETT Shelbyville 
SUSAN M GREEN St. Clairsville, Ohio 
MYRA GREENSBURG Harrodsburg 
LAURA C. GREENWELL Louisville 
PATRICIA A. GREER Lexington 
JOHN E. GREEVER Hodgenville 



EARL J. GREGORY Corbin 
GAIL E. GREGORY Covington 
GARY R. GRIFFITH St. Clairsville, Ohio 
JOSE H. GRINAGE III Louisville 
KENNETH R. GULLETTE Lexington 
CLYSTA D GULLEY New Trenton, 
Indiana 

LYNN R GULLEY Sharpsburg 
SUSAN M HABAS Louisville 
JO HACKETT London, Ohio 
K ANN HADEN Irvine 
MARION S HAGAN Richmond 
SONIA D. HALE Louisville 



DEBBIE S HALL Deer Park, Ohio 
JANICE N. HALL Ravenna 
JAROLD K. HALL Winchester 
WILMA J. HALL Barbourville 
BARBARA E. HALLERON Louisville 
REBECCA D. HAMM Cynthiana 



SOPHOMORES/FRY-HAM 507 



Lounges Are for Studying, Too 



BARBARA K. HAMILTON Lexington 
JOHN W. HAMILTON Richmond 
SARAH N. HAMILTON Shepherdsvilie 
JIMMIE R. HAMMOND Taylorsville 
BRENDA K. HAMMONS Corbin 
DAVID E. HAMPTON Paris 



MIKE B. HANDLEY Hamilton, Ohio 
DEBORAH D. HANKINS Richmond 
JUANITA J. HANNA Cynthiana 
RICHARD R. HANNAN Berea 
CHARLES V. HANSFORD Somerset 
NANCY L. HARDEN Florence 



EVERETTE F. HARPER Brodhead 
CECELIA C. HARRIS Louisville 
MARGARET J. HARRIS Richmond 
PAULA L. HARRIS Cynthiana 
HOLLY M. HART Bellevue 
GERALD W. HARVILLE London 



PEGGY L. HASKINS ML Sterling 
HENRY D. HATFIELD Middlesboro 
DEBORAH A. HAYDEN Nicholasville 
JEFFREY L. HAYES Louisville 
GREG P. HEDGEBETH Hillsboro, Ohio 
CYNTHIA A. HEDGES Washington Court 
House, Ohio 

CAROLYN M. HEITZMAN Covington 
JUDY M. HELLMAN Louisville 
ROGER D. HELM Burgin 
LINDA M HENDERSHOT Florence 
MARILYN J. HENDERSON Campbellsville 
MARK F. HENDERSON Berkley, 
California 



KAREN E. HENDRICKSON Louisville 
JANICE K. HENSLEY Phelps 
PATRICIA E. HENSON Middlesboro 
MARK W. HEPPLER Calhoun 
CONNIE J. HERALD Booneville 
SHARON M. HEY Dayton, Ohio 



VICTORIA L. HEYL Myrtle Beach, South 

Carolina 
PAUL E. HICKMAN South Shore 
ALICIA A. HILBISH Columbus, Ohio 
BARBARA J. HILL Louisville 
JULIA C. HILL Hazard 
SUSAN E. HILL Abington, Virginia 



JAMES D. HILLIKER Louisville 
VERNIESE A. HINES Covington 
IRVIN H. HOFFMAN Louisville 
VIRGINIA K. HOLBROOK Louisville 
KATHLEEN A. HOLE Louisville 
PAULA HOLLERAN Lexington 




508 SOPHOMORES/HAM-HOL 




JIM A HOLLOWAY Lexington 
RON W HOLTKAMP Cincinnati. Ohio 
GREGORY HOOK Mentor, Ohio 
JOHNNY P. HOOPER Frankfort 
BONNE J HOPKINS Anchorage 
BEVERLY J, HORSLEY Louisville 



DAVID E. HORTON Trenton, Ohio 
DEBRA S. HOSKINS Pineville 
PAMELA G. HOSKINS Sharonville, Ohio 
KATHYN S HOUBEN Highland Heights 
KATHY L. HOUK ML Vernon 
ANN HOUSE Carlisle 



BRIDGET G HOUSE Annville 
PEGGY HOWARD Richmond 
MARK D HUDSON Wortville 
GREGORY F HUDSPETH Frankfort 
KATHY A. HUENEFELD Covington 
JEAN A HUFFMAN Kettering. Ohio 



TONDA L. HUGHES Wheelwright 
JUDY A HULS Winchester 
ROBIN L. HULS Englewood. Ohio 
MARY ELLEN HUME Jacksonville. Florida 
RAY A HUMELSINE Danville 
NANCY K. HUNDLEY Lexington 




A coed discovers that a lounge in the Powell Building is a comfortable study area. 



SOPHOMORES/HOL-HUN 509 




A science student makes that last, final review before taking her lab test. 



MARY L. HUSTED Springfield, Ohio 
HARRIETT M. INGRAM Columbus, Ohio 
MARGUERITE IRVIN Lexington 
DAVID M. JACKSON Louisville 
SHANDRA K. JACKSON Birmingham, 

Alabama 
VIRGINIA S. JACKSON Danville 



RICKY L. JACOBS Owenton 
SUSAN E. JACOBS Chagrin Falls, Ohio 
EVELYN D. JAMES Louisville 
VICKIE F. JENNINGS Shelbyville 
MARTHA S. JENSEN Waddy 
HELEN JOHNSON Booneville 



ISH JOHNSON Paducah 
RUTH A. JOHNSON Kettering, Ohio 
SHEILA A. JOHNSON Richmond 
WALTER L. JOHNSON Lexington 
WORLEY J. JOHNSON Columbus, Ohio 
CATHERINE C. JONES Tiffin. Ohio 




510 SOPHOMORES/HUS-JON 



Tests Cause Anxious Moments 




GEORGEANNE E. JONES Harrodsburg 
LEAH J. JONES Lexington 
THOMAS B. JONES Mt. Sterling 
VICKI R. JONES Lexington 
WANDA W. JONES Springfield 
RANDY L. JUNGKURTH Gahanna, Ohio 



CHARLENE JUSTICE Martin 
JANET F. KALMEY Shelbyville 
JOYCE A. KALMEY Shelbyville 
CONNIE J. KANE Remmgsburg 
MARY H. KARR Louisville 
NANCY O KAUFMAN Louisville 



DANIEL T. KAYS Lawrenceburg 
PHILLIP W. KEARNS Lexington 
RHONDA F KEATHLEY Allen 
DEBRA A. KEES Covington 
PAMELA K. KEELING Bardstown 
VIVIAN I. KELTO Dayton. Ohio 



KAREN M. KEMBLE Louisville 
DEBRA D. KEMPER Lexington 
CHERYL D. KENNEDY Lexington 
FRANCES F KENNEDY Winchester 
RONALD L. KENNER Florence 
JILL H. KEPLER Ft. Wright 



FRANK L. KETRON Melbourne 
CLARENCE S KEY Louisville 
BELINDA J. KING Maysville 
JAMES C KING Munfordville 
JOSEPH C- KING Mt. Sterling 
KATHLEEN E KING Erlanger 



VINADA M. KING Irvine 
DEBORAH J. KIRK Lexington 
PAUL D. KITECK Berea 
JANICE K. KLINE Ft. Mitchell 
LUANN KLINE Sharon, Wisconsin 
SUSAN H KNIFLEY Campbellsville 



SUSAN G. KNIGHT Aberdeen, Ohio 
MARIETTA KNUEHL Melbourne 
DAVE M. KOENINGER Newport 
LOUIS W. KOPP Winchester 
MARGARET E KOPP Dayton, Ohio 
EMILY L. KRATZWALD Moreland 



DANIEL W. KRUEGER Crescent Springs 
KENNETH L. KUHN Ft. Mitchell 
MARK E. KUPPER Louisville 
MAX E. LAFO'LLETTE Eminence 
RHONDA F. LAFOLLETTE Morning View 
DWIGHT L. LANCASTER Keene 



SOPHOMORES/JON-LAN 511 



Tickets Accompany Parking Violations 



REETA K. LAND Richmond 

KRISTIE A. LANDIS Pleasant Hill, Ohio 

KAREN A. LANE Louisville 

KENNETH D. LANE Louisville 

DEBORAH A. LANGDON Loveland, Ohio 

SYIVIA LANGDON Manchester 



JAMIE L. LANGSTAFF Kingsport, 

Tennessee 
SANDRA G. LAN HAM Gravel Switch 
VIVIAN L. LANKHEIT Florence 
MICHAEL E. LARKINS Louisville 
JERRY W. LaVELLE Covington 
SHARON S. LAWRENCE Richmond 



J. LARK IN LAWSON Richmond 

LOIS A. LAY Walton 

WAYNETTE LAYNE Allen 

ANNE W. LAYTON Stamping Ground 

JOHN S- LEACH Prestonsburg 

LOUIS C. LEIS II Lexington 



BARBARA A. LEONARD Ft. Thomas 
MARK J. LEONHARDT Jeffersontown 
GEORGE J. LEVINE Hurleyville, New 

York 
JOHN B. LILE Central City 
SUSAN C. LINNENKOHL Dayton, Ohio 
RANDALIN J. LINVILLE Maysville 

JOHN W. LOCK Barbourville 
DONALD K. LOGAN Lancaster 
LUTHER S. LOHR Timberville, Virginia 
MARILYN Y. LOMAX Louisville 
BECKY K. LOSH Mason, Ohio 
NANCY A. LUERMAN Louisville 



GEORGIA K. LYNCH Radcliff 
PATTI A. MACKZUM Ft. Mitchell 
EVELYN S. MADDEN Clay City 
NANCY T. MADDEN Lexington 
NITA C. MALCOMB Wheatley 
LYNN A. MALEY Springfield, Ohio 



DANIEL G. MALONEY Yonkers, New 

York 
MARK D. MANN Gallon, Ohio 
MARTHA L. MARCUM Paint Lick 
ROBYN A. MARINELLI London, Ohio 
MIRIAM C. MARLIN Fairborn, Ohio 
WALLACE A. MARSHALL Danville 



DONNA MARTIN Lexington 
JOY L. MARTIN Lexington 
SHERYL S. MARTIN Covington 
TERESA A. MARTIN Drift 
THOMAS R. MARTIN Xenia, Ohio 
JEFF R. MARTZ Lima, Ohio 




512 SOPHOMORES/LAN-MAR 




GAYLE E. MASON Louisville 

LYNN E. MATTHEWS Cincinnati, Ohio 

LYNN J. MAURER Montgomery, Alabama 

ANNA K. MAY Catlettsburg 

TIMOTHY D. MAY Martin 

NESSIA R McCANE Brooksville 



ANN P McCARTER Cincinnati, Ohio 
WYNONA E. McCORKLE Harlan 
ALICE A McCRACKEN Pineville 
DEBRA S McCRACKEN Florence 
ALLEN W. McDAVITT Elizabethtown 
E. SUZANNE McEACHERN Louisville 



WILLIAM M McGINNIS Portsmouth, Ohio 
NANCY J McKENNEY Richmond 
GENIENE E. McKINLEY Covington 
VICKI L McKINLEY Albany 
TERESA McKINNEY Louisville 
DEBBIE N McMILLIAN Ravenna 



CONNIE L McMILLEN Wilmore 
DALE L. McNEELY Ashland 
MICHAEL H McPEEK Radcliff 
SUSAN A McWHORTER Albany 
ROBERT P. McWILLIAMS Lawrenceburg 
GARY L. MEARS Louisville 



CONNIE S. MEECE Monticello 
GREGORY L. MEIER Villa Hills 
PATRICA J. MERRITT Winchester 
MARGARET R. MERSMANN Lima, Ohio 
KATHLEEN MIDDEN Cynthiana 
MELODY J MIDDLETON Mason, Ohio 




This car's owner found out the hard way that carelessness does not pay. 



SOPHOMORES/MAS-MID 513 




The last warm days of fall weather provide art students with an opportunity to get out of 
the classroom and into the open air. 



ANGELA C. MILES Louisville 
CAROLYN B. MILES Harlan 
CAROL J. MILLER Kettering, Ohio 
JON P. MILLER Gratis, Ohio 
KATHY J. MILLER Richmond 
MARCIA D MILLER Louisville 



STEPHEN P. MILLER Louisville 
DIANA L. MILLS Barbourville 
JEFFERY L. MIRACLE Middlesboro 
KAREN K. MIRACLE Middlesboro 
TOMMIE L MIRACLE Harlan 
ANITA K. MITCHUM Lexington 



CHARLES C MOBERLY London 
DEBBIE P. MONAGHAN Ft. Campbell 
SHARON M. MOORE Eaton, Ohio 
JANET J MOORHEAD Versailles, Indiana 
MICHAEL D. MOOSER Louisville 
MARY B. MORGAN Middlesboro 



VENITA C. MORGAN Hyden 
EMILY K MORRIS Richmond 
LINDA D. MORRIS Richmond 
SUZANNE MORRIS Harrodsburg 
TOM A. MORSEY Jefferstown 
MARCIA B. MOSER Brandenburg 



BRENDA M. MOSS Harrodsburg 
CANDY MOUNTJOY Lawrenceburg 
KENNETH A. MOYER Columbus, Ohio 
PATRICIA L. MULLINIX Richmond 
SALLY J MUNSON Lakewood, New York 
SUSAN L. MUNTZ Paris 




514 SOPHOMORES/MIL-MUN 



Fall Beauty Sparks Creativity 




KASANDRA L MURPHY Danville 
MICHAEL W. MUSSMAN Louisville 
MELINDA J MYERS Wheelersburg Ohio 
SCOTT D MYERS Arcanum. Ohio 
LARRY W MYFORD Akron. Ohio 
JOSEPH L NALLY Springfield 



FRED J. NANTZ Helton 
DEBORAH K. NASH Louisville 
NINA F NEAL Stanton 
WILLIAM K NELSON, JR Marion. 

Indiana 
ANN M. NESSELRODE Frankfort 
LUCINDA S NEWCOM Ashland 

DEBBIE NEWMAN Versailles 
REBECCAS NEWSOME Louisville 
CHARLOTTE A. NEWTON Irvine 
GARY D. NEWTON Irvine 
STEVE G. NICEWONDER South 

Williamson 
JILL L NOBLE Beverly 



PHYLLIS M. NOE ML Vernon 
LINDA NOLAN Manchester 
NANCY M NOLAND Irvine 
THOMAS N. NORVELL Corbin 
JERRI L NUNNELLEY Mt Vernon 
BRANDON C NUTTALL Madisonville 



PAMELA S OAKLEY Danville 
JUDY L. OATTS Albany 
KATIE M. O'DONNELL Covington 
RUTH E OGDEN Versailles. Indiana 
DIANA L OLIVER Covington 
JEANNE L. OLSEN Lexington 



DENNIS R O'NAN Frankfort 
KAREN D. ORMES Louisville 
KIM R OSLAND Dayton, Ohio 
JANE L. OTTEN Frankfort 
RONNIE K OWENS Monticello 
WILLIAM R OWINGS Dayton 



DIANA L PACHIN Kettering. Ohio 
KENNETH G PALEN Dayton. Ohio 
LINDA D. PALMER Warren, Ohio 
CONNIE G PARKS Richmond 
DALE M. PARRISH Louisville 
TRACY R. PATRICK Irvine 



SCOVA L. PATRUM Lexington 
STANLEY E PATTISON Cincinnati, Ohio 
CONNIE J. PATTON East Bemstadt 
GLENDA F. PEARMAN Dayton, Ohio 
CYNTHIA J. PEARSE Stow, 

Massachusetts 
JOANNA PEEBLES Covington 



SOPHOMORES/MUR-PEE 515 



Boonesboro Offers Relaxation, Recreation 



JOYCE E. PELTIER Troy, Ohio 
STEPHANY L. PENA Louisville 
SHEILA J. PENN Frankfort 
PAMELA P. PENNINGTON Bowling 

Green 
SUE E. PERAZZO Dayton, Ohio 
DIANA L PEREZ Ekron 

FRED A PERKINS Louisville 
KATHY I. PERROS Danville 
DEBORAH K. PERRY Cropper 
CHARLES D. PETERSON Loretto 
ROBERT W. PETERSON Valley Station 
MICHAEL E. PHELPS Columbia 



DINO W PHILLIPS Danville 
PAULA PHILLIPS Manchester 
LAWRENCE C. PIERCY Dayton, Ohio 
SHARRON M. PINKSTON Bloomfield 
MARSHA L. POER Winchester 
VIVIAN F POINDEXTER Nicholasville 



MARY KAY PORTUNE Kettering, Ohio 
ROBERTA POTTS Flemingsburg 
JANICE L. POWELL McKee 
KATHY PRATER Prestonsburg 
ANN E. PRICE Lexington 
PATRICIA A. PRICE Cynthiana 



PAUL C. PROFFITT Paint Lick 
MARY J. PUCKETT Nicholasville 
DAN B. PYLES Shelbyville 
SALLY S- QUEEN Georgetown 
DANIEL L. QUIGG Livermore 
NADA C. QUILLEN Waco 



MARTHA L. QUINN Nicholasville 
VERNON E RAINWATER Wilmore 
JENNIFER L RAMEY Richmond 
DEBORAH S. RANDALL Richmond 
JON C. RANDOL Cincinnati, Ohio 
L. MICHAEL RANEY Louisville 



SARAH F. RAWLINGS Meta 
MICHAEL S. RAY Fairfield, Ohio 
ALAN W. REED Liberty 
DEBORAH L. REED Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOELLEN REED Winchester 
PATRICIA L. REED Boston 



CHERYL A. REEDER Maysville 
JEANNE M. REHKAMP Florence 
MONA L. REICHENBACH Stanford 
CAROLYN REYNOLDS London 
LINDA J. REYNOLDS Manchester 
NANCY A. REYNOLDS Monticello 








516 SOPHOMORES/PEL-REY 




TERRY D. REYNOLDS Winchester 
DEBORAH D RHODUS Paint Lick 
MARSHA L RHODUS Richmond 
HELEN M. RICE Louisville 
TRISHA A RICE Louisville 
KATHY S. RICH Cincinnati, Ohio 



VIRGINIA J RICHARDS Scottsville 
RISA B. RICHARDSON Williamstown 
ROBERT K. RICHTER Ft Thomas 
CHERIE RIDDLE South Shore 
DONNA G RIDDLE Hazard 
TERESA L RIDDLE Louisville 



TERRILL R. RIDDLE Jeffersontown 
BRENDA K. RIDENOUR Marion, Ohio 
RICHARD D. RIDER, JR. Warsaw 
JANE A. RIGGINS Mintonville 
REBECCA L RIGSBEE Arlington, Indiana 
DANIEL C RILEY Irvine 



KEVIN RIPPERDAN Brandenburg 
BEATRICE M. RISHER Richmond 
DORIS A. ROACH Edmonton 
KATHRYN J ROACH Hamilton, Ohio 
LARRY J. ROADEN Corbin 
IRENE L ROARK Radclitt 




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Staff members of the Progress and Milestone enjoy the super-slide at Fort Boonesboro 
State Park following their annual workshop and picnic. 



SOPHOMORES/REY-ROA 517 



SUB Tower Symbolizes Heritage 



ARTHUR F. ROBERSON Elizabethtown 
HAROLD K. ROBERTS Pleasureville 
SHIRLEY K. ROBERTS Worthington, Ohio 
JOHN L. ROBERTSON Cynthiana 
MELISSA B. ROBERTSON Lebanon 
DEBRA P. ROBINSON Vandalia, Ohio 



FRED S. ROBINSON ML Vernon 
RITA G. ROBINSON Manchester 
RANDAL D. ROBINSON Covington 
DAVID N. RODGERS Carrollton 
DEBORAH L. ROGERS Fairfield, Ohio 
LANA R. ROSE Owenton 



PATRICIA J. ROSEBERRY Louisville 
NANCY J. ROSENKRANS Louisville 
BRENDA K. ROSS Ashland 
MARY E. ROSS Louisville 
MARTHA A ROWLETTE Richmond 
ROBERT D. ROYALTY Irvine 



STEVEN M. RUBIN Louisville 
CHRIS RUMPKE Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARGARET P. RUSH Richmond 
VIRGINIA M. RUSSELL Lebanon 
AMY J. SADLER Paris 
LINDA G- SAMS Manchester 



MICHAEL E. SANDERS Prospect 
BRENDA K. SANDLIN Morris Fork 
STEPHANIE L. SANFORD Dayton, Ohio 
DEBORAH K. SAUNDERS Louisville 
BOBBIE JO SCHNEIDER Louisville 
DEBBIE ANN SCHOCK Cincinnati, Ohio 



JEAN S. SCHUBERT Jeffersontown 
LAWRENCE R. SCHUMER Ft. Mitchell 
DIANE M. SCHWING California 
BETTY J. SCOTT Louisville 
STEVE T. SCOTT Silver Grove 
STEVEN G. SCOTT Winchester 



SUSAN L. 
JAMES E. 
TERRY D. 

Virginia 
STEPHEN 

Ohio 
CAROL J. 
JENNY A. 



SCOTT Troy, Ohio 
SEARLE Elizabethtown 
SEARS Charleston, West 

W. SEITHERS West Union, 

SHAFER Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHAFER Cincinnati, Ohio 



JACK SHARER Elizabethtown 
FREDA J. SHARP Lawrenceburg 
JENNIE S. SHARP Sabina, Ohio 
PEGGY A. SHARP Winchester 
MARY F. SHATTO Langhome, 

Pennsylvania 
CATHY L. SHAY Newport 




518 SOPHOMORES/ROB-SHA 




As seen through a skylight by the University Store, the Student 
Union tower stands as a symbol of Eastern traditions. 



SOPHOMORES 519 




Members of Kappa Alpha watch the football action as they await another Colonels' touchdown. 



KATHY E. SHEETS Springboro, Ohio 
PAMELA A. SHEPHERD Somerset 
PATRICA L. SHEPHERD South Shore 
EDWARD P. SHERRARD, JR. 

Elizabethtown 
GILBERT S. SHEW Richmond 
KATHRYN R. SHEW Richmond 

CHARLOTTE F. SHIELDS Chaplin 
JAMES R. SHRODE Vevay, Indiana 
WILLIAM E. SIMKINS Harrodsburg 
JULIA A. SIMS New Haven 
MARQUETTA SIZEMORE Manchester 
KATHY S. SKIDMORE Lexington 



REBECCA R. SKINNER Valley Station 
DEBORAH S. SLUSHER Middlesboro 
LINDA D. SMALL Warfield 
JAMES C. SMALLWOOD Pikeville 
BARBARA K. SMITH Booneville 
BRENDA K. SMITH Abingdon, Virginia 



DEBORAH D. SMITH Carrollton 
DEBORAH J. SMITH London 
DEBORAH L. SMITH Ft. Thomas 
DIANNE R. SMITH Chicago. Illinois 
EARL P. SMITH McKee 
GUY S. SMITH, JR. Lexington 




520 SOPHOMORES/SHE-SMI 



KA's Cannon Signals Colonel Scores 




JENNIFER L SMITH Dayton, Ohio 
JUDY A. SMITH Manchester 
KAREN L. SMITH Ashland 
MARK J. SMITH Louisville 
MARY B. SMITH Louisville 
PATRICIA A SMITH Shelbyville 



RICHARD J, SMITH Waverly, Ohio 
SANDRA L SMITH Erie, Pennsylvania 
TONI R. SMITH Louisville 
VICKI A. SMITH Richmond 
VICKIE L SMITH Mt. Vernon 
VIRGINIA L. SMITH Corbin 



VICKIE S. SNOOK Smithfield 

SUE A SPARKS West Alexandria, Ohio 

LARRY N. SPECK Lebanon. 

Pennsylvania 
MICHAEL E. SPEES Cndersville, Ohio 
VICTORIA J SPICER Waco 
MADONNA L SPRADLIN Pikeville 

BONNIE S STACY Cincinnati. Ohio 
JANET E STACY Cincinnati. Ohio 
VICKY S. STAMM Vanceburg 
JOHN N STANSBURY Fern Creek 
SHARON A STEPHENS Russel Springs 
GEORGE H. STEWART, JR Cincinnati. 
Ohio 



VICKI B. STEWART Somerset 
MARY K. STICKLER Drift 
KAREN D STIVERS Shelbyville 
CHERYL I STRANGE Covington 
DANIEL P. STRATTON Pikeville 
DAVID C. STRATTON Pikeville 

TERRYL A STROUP Spencer. Ohio 
PATTY L STURGILL Big Stone Gap, 

Virginia 
CAROLYN A SUIT Oxford. Ohio 
DAVE SULLIVAN McCarr 
JIMMY W SUMPTER Mt. Holly, North 

Carolina 
GREGORY W SURBER Lockland, Ohio 



THOMAS D. SZUKIS Louisville 
DAWN E. TACKETT Virgie 
LAVADA A. TALLEY Magnolia 
JEANNE M TARULLO Louisville 
SARA B. TATE Richmond 
TERRI R. TATMAN Richmond 



DIANA R TAYLOR DuPont, Indiana 
JERRY D. TAYLOR Pineville 
JOHN D. TAYLOR Elizabethtown 
KAREN TAYLOR West Union. Ohio 
KATHERINE R TAYLOR Sidney 
TERESA A. TAYLOR Frankfort, Ohio 



SOPHOMORES/SMI-TAY 521 



Young Fans Attend Football Games 



GARY B. TERRELL Milford, Ohio 
KAREN G. THARP Jackson 
ANNETTE L THIEMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES A. THOMAS Dry Ridge 
REBECCA J. THOMAS Bardstown 
DAVID C- THOMPSON Centerville, Ohio 



SYLVIA L. THOMPSON Middlesboro 
THOMAS G. THOMPSON Frankfort 
MARGIE G. TILLETT Stanford 
LINDA R. TINCHER Frankfort 
JOHN W. TJANDRA Indonesia 
BRENDA L, TOOD Carrollton 



SUSAN A. TOLLIVER Valley Station 
BARBARA J TOMBLIN Lexington 
CALVIN M. TOWNSEND Lexington 
DANIEL A. TRIPLETT Louisville 
BETTIE M. TROWELL Louisville 
DIXIE L. TRUBA Hazel Park, Michigan 



KATHRYN M. TUGGLE Harrodsburg 
LINDA S. TURNER Frankfort 
SANDRA K. TURNER Maysville 
WILLIAM C. TURNER Fraser, Michigan 
MICHAEL A. TUTTLE Irvine 
CONSTANCE M. URLAGE Ft Thomas 



VICTOR B. UTTINGER Lexington 
MARY E. VAN ARSDALL Yardley, 

Pennsylvania 
MICHAEL A VAN ARSDALL Burgin 
DIANA L. VAN BIBBER Maloneton 
ROBERT W. VANCE III Pleasureville 
LLOYD VANNARSDALL Jonesville 



DIANA L. VARNER Cynthiana 
IGNATIOS VARSAKELIS Thessaloniki, 

Greece 
JACQUELINE F. VERST Cincinnati, Ohio 
IRMA F. VICKERS Richmond 
ROSANN F. VIEL Highland Heights 
STEPHEN L. VIRE Monticello 

SUSAN D. VOIGNIER Louisville 
LESLIE A. WALKER Louisville 
NICHOLAS A. WALP Columbus, Ohio 
MICHELE B. WALTERS Louisville 
MICHAEL K. WARD Versailles 
KIRK A. WARNER Lexington 



LARRY W. WARREN Pineville 
KENNETH E. WARTSCHLAGER Louisville 
AVALENE G. WASSON Paris 
LINDA K. WATERBURY Arnett, 

Oklahoma 
JUDITH K. WATKINS Carrollton 
GARY S. WATSON Muncie, Indiana 




522 SOPHOMORES/TER-WAT 




Claudia Cruse takes time out from cheerleading to talk with some young fans at the East Tennessee game. 




SHARON G WEBB Winchester 
MARY L. WEINFURTNER Ashland 
GAYLE M. WELCH Lexington 
CABL WELLS, JR. Stanton 
ERCEL J. WELLS London 
HARRY J. WEST Lima, Ohio 

JOHN B. WESTERFIELD Louisville 
BARRY W WESTPHAL Lexington 
JAMES L. WHEELER Dayton, Ohio 
ROBERT A WHEELER Northfield, New 

Jersey 
MARGARET A. WHELAN Kettering, Ohio 
PATRICIA A WHITAKER Harlan 

RICHARD J WHITAKER Waynesville. 

Ohio 
L. KAY WHITE Independence 
MARK A. WHITEHAIR Littleton. West 

Virginia 
DAVID L. WHITT Mt Sterling 
KAY WIDUP Winamac, Indiana 
SALLY WIENTJES Waynesville, Ohio 

ANNA-MARIA WILDER Danville 
PATRICIA S WILDER Cubbage 
JOE A WILKERSON Lebanon 
MONTY D. WILKERSON Perryville 
CAROL D. WILLIAMS Lexington 
JUDITH L. WILLIAMS Barbourville 



SOPHOMORES/WIN-WIL 523 



Plaza Booms With Activity 



KAREN E. WILLIAMS Lexington 
LARRY T. WILLIAMS Lawrenceburg 
LILLIAN T. WILLIAMS Louisville 
RITA G. WILLIAMS Carlisle 
SANDRA A. WILLIAMS Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN L. WILLIAMSON Piketon, Ohio 



JOY E. WILLIS Milton 
BARBARA A WILSON Corbin 
LU ANN WILSON Sabina, Ohio 
MARY A. WILSON Bradfordsville 
PATRICK C. WILSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
PATRICIA J. WIMSATT Louisville 



ERIC W. WIRTZ Cincinnati, Ohio 

GREI S. WISE Frankfort 

JANE E. WITT Irvine 

KATHY E. WITT McKEE 

LOIS J. WITT Irvine 

JOY I. WOLFORD West Carrollton, Ohio 





The Plaza serves as a mutual meeting place, somewhere to get away from the hassle, 
and contemplate by the fountain. 



524 WIL-WOL/SOPHOMORES 




MARTHA F. WOODRUM Louisville 
STEVE H WOOLDRIDGE Owensboro 
RICHARD T. WOOLUMS Vevay, Indiana 
LOWELL B. WORKMAN Dry Ridge 
DON WRIGHT Florence 
LARRY R. WRIGHT Sadieville 



THOMAS C WUNDERLE Euclid, Ohio 
TIMOTHY R WYLIE Somerville, New 

Jersey 
JACKIE J. YATES Louisville 
JAMES E YATES Louisville 
CHARLENE YOUNG London 
SUSAN C YOUNG Louisville 



LEAMON B. ZACHRY Winchester 
JOY L ZANONE Louisville 
DOUG J ZECHNER Louisville 
CAROL L ZIMMERMAN Williamstown, 

West Virginia 
RANDY J, ZUMBIEL Erlanger 







SOPHOMORES/WOO-ZUM 525 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Kathy Holthaus, secretary; Mike 
Weidnck, president; and Debbie Troutman, vice president. 

Freshmen Provide 
Image of Past 

Freshmen again bombarded the campus with 
life and vitality as the Class of 76 began their 
college careers. Although considered very naive 
and scorned by many upperclassmen, the exu- 
berant beginners took to their task with vigor 
while providing their elders with a fond mirror 
image of their past. 

Among activities for the year, the class built a 
float for the Homecoming Parade and sponsored 
a Homecoming Queen candidate. 



526 FRESHMEN/CLASS OFFICERS 




CHARLOTTE A, ABBOTT Cambridge 

Ohio 
PAMELA K ABBOTT Winchester 
JOSEPH F ABELL Lebanon 
DIANNA L ABERNATHY Alexandria 
JOHN R ADAMS Dayton. Ohio 
JORECIA ADAMS Sassafras 



MARY V ADAMS Winchester 
WILLIAM E ADAMS Shelbyville 
BRENDA L ADAMSON Cleves, Ohio 
MARGARET S ADDISON Heidelberg 
JAMES E. ADKINS Russell 
PATTY J ALCORN Georgetown 



ELIZABETH ALLEN Kettering. Ohio 
JO E ALLEN Paris 
MIKE ALLEN Bardstown 
MARTHA E AMBROSE Lexington 
ABBE D AMES Stewartsville 
BRENDA K ANDERSON New Richmond 
Ohio 



NANCY P ANDERSON Glencoe 
SHIRLENE ANDERSON Frankfort 
JAMES G ANSLEY Kenton. Ohio 
TERESA A APPLEGATE Sidney. Ohio 
DOUG E ARNOLD Springfield. Ohio 
GLORIA S ARNOLD Louisville 



LINDA M ARNOLD Frankfort 
JAMES L ARTHUR Irvine 
JULIE D ASHER Fern Creek 
CYNDI A AULICK Covington 
DEBORAH B AYRES Glencoe 
BETTY J BACH Jackson 



GARY W BACK Louisville 
STEVEN R BAILES Louisville 
KAREN L BAILEY Shelbyville 
PAULA G BAILEY Wheelwright 
KATHY S. BAIRD New Albany. Indiana 
NANCY S BAIRD Harlan 



DEBORAH A BAKER Louisville 
FRED BAKER Manchester 
GARY L BAKER Newport 
MAURICE W BAKER Richmond 
MICHAEL S. BAKER Pineville 
NINA J BAKER Crab Orchard 



BETH BAKOS Newark, Ohio 
CATHY S BALLARD Lexington 
CHARLES E. BALLARD Harrodsburg 
JANICE C BALLARD Lexington 
WILLIAM H BALMOS Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDY A. BALSER Cleves, Ohio 



FRESHMEN /ABB-BAL 527 



TYNE B BARDWELL Hopkinsville 
BARBARA G BARKER Forest Hills 
CLIFTON E. BARNES, JR. Irvine 
MARY M. BARNETT Corbin 
PATRICIA L BARNEY Ashland 
ROGER A BARNHART Chillicothe, Ohio 



FRED D. BARNOTT Lexington 
JOHN W. BARROW, JR. Louisville 
KIMBERLY A. BARTH Cincinnati, Ohio 
STEPHEN C BASSLER Louisville 
WILLIAM S. BASTIN Lexington 
MARGARET E. BAUSCH Lexington 



TONSELARA BAXTER Fleming 
BRENDA K. BEACH Dayton 
DEBY H. BEAM West Milton, Ohio 
KATHLEEN A BEASTON Lexington 
SUSAN J. BECK Norwack, Ohio 
STANLEY F. BECKER, JR. Lexington 




Ih^H 




The University Theatre production of "A Servant of Two Masters" was a fall presentation 
in Pearl Buchanan Theatre. 



528 FRESHMEN/BAR-BEC 



It Was a Very Good Year for the Arts 




WILLIAM S. BELL Crestwood 
DANIEL D. BENNETT Springfield 
GAYLE A. BENSING Louisville 
BRENDA J BENTON Louisville 
JANE A BERNDT Portsmouth. Ohio 
SANDRA L BERRIER Louisville 



DAVID S. BERRY Lexington 
GEORGIETTA L BERRY Lebanon 
ANITA L. BERTRAND Mouthcard 
MARY A. BIEHN Falmouth 
JANET M BIELEFELD Louisville 
CHERIE L BIENIEK Lewiston, New York 



SARAH F BIRD Pineville 
MOLLIE J BIRKLE Petersburg 
MARY S. BISCEGLIA Middlesboro 
DWIGHT K. BISHOP McKee 
DANIEL G. BISIG Louisville 
GREGORY H. BLACK Erlanger 



JERRY W BLACK Springfield 
KATHY J. BLACK LaGrange 
BILL R BLACKBURN Pikeville 
CAROLYN G. BLACKBURN Pikeville 
WINONA R. BLACKBURN Hazard 
SARA E BLAKE Louisville 



JAMES M BLANFORD Fredenckstown 
PAGE C. BLANKENSHIP Richmond 
EMILY A. BLEVINS Monticello 
MARY LEE V. BLOOMER Kettering 
JOETTE BLUNSCHI London 
KAREN L BOARDMAN Richmond 



SHARON L. BODNAR Louisville 
LINDA A. BOES Valley Station 
ELIZABETH A. BOGGS Maloneton 
ALLAN W. BO IAN Lexington 
DEBORAH A. BOLAND Cynthiana 
ELIZABETH B. BOLTON Catlettsburg 



DEBBIE A BONAGURA Kendal Park, 

New Jersey 
SHERI A. BOOHER Englewood, Ohio 
PAT A BOOTES Richmond 
TERRI S BOTKINS Frankfort 
TONY R. BOVLAND Mayfield 
JOHN D. BOWLES Munford 



MARY J BOWLES Campbellsville 
BARBARA A. BOWMAN Norwood 
MARK C. BRADSTREET Springboro, 

Ohio 
STEPHEN S. BRADY Lexington 
VICKI M. BRAKE Ashland 
BELINDA R. BRANHAM Prestonsburg 



FRESHMEN/BEL-BRA 529 



Roberta Flack Starts Homecoming Activities 



JAY A. BRESSERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
JENIFER J. BREWER Erlanger 
WILLIAM D. BREWER, JR. Irvine 
JIMMY K. BRIDGMAN Monticello 
BONNIE L- BRILL Lewisburg, Ohio 
CHARLES E BROCK Corbin 



JOHN D- BRODT West Union, Ohio 
CARL W. BROWN Cincinnati. Ohio 
FREDA K. BROWN Whitesburg 
JACKIE G. BROWN Lawrenceburg 
JOYCE A. BROWN Lexington 
LENITA A BROWN Cynthiana 



MALINDA G. BROWN Winchester 
PAMELA BROWN Albany 
DEBORAH K. BROWNING Harlan 
MARY L. BROWNING Lebanon 
LAWRENCE L. BRUCE Mason 
CATHY A. BRUMBAUGH Englewood, 
Ohio 



STEVE G BRYANT Berea 
DAVID BUGG Harrodsburg 
ROYCE N. BUGG Paris 
SHEILA J. BUMBARDNER Campion 
DONN D. BUNCE Lebanon, Ohio 
ROBERT E BURKE South Shore 



DEBORAH K BURRIS Mt. Washington 
DAWN R. BURSON Versailles 
CANDACE M. BUSH Pleasureville 
CHARLOTTE G. BUTLER Tompkinsville 
JOYCE C. BYRD Lexington 
PHILLIP W. BYRD London 



MARTIN J. CAHILL Erlanger 
JUDY E. CALVERT Louisville 
PEGGY A. CALVERT Winchester 
CONNIE B. CAMP Miami Lakes. Florida 
BETTY J. CAMPBELL Campion 
CHRISTINE CAMPBELL Elizabethtown 



KENNETH A. CAMPBELL Butler 
VICKY CAMPBELL Booneville 
E. BRAD CANADAY Louisville 
JOHN L. CANNAVAN Lexington 
CATHY A. CANNON Richmond 
LOIS A. CANNON Piketon, Ohio 



RONALD L. CANNON Lexington 
SUZANNE E. CARDER Campbellsburg 
DEBI J. CAREY Lexington 
EMILY W. CARPENTER Lexington 
DEBORAH A. CARR Alexandria 
JAN E. CARR Richmond 




530 FRESHMEN'BRE-CAR 




Students wait in line as Roberta Flack autographs pictures after the Homecoming concert. 




HELEN R CARRICO Springfield 
LORETTA A. CARROLL Versailles 
GLORIA S. CARTER Elizabethtown 
HELEN E CARTER Richmond 
TERRY C. CARTER Spnngboro, Ohio 
LOIS A. CAUDILL Fern Creek 



SHARON R. CAUDILL Harrodsburg 
JOY L CHAMBERS Winchester 
MARY J. CHANEY Louisville 
ELAINE CHARLES Freeburn 
JOHN U. CHEDESTER Middlesboro 
LINDA F. CHESNUT Williamsburg 



LETHA M CHILDERS Lebanon. Ohio 
TOMMY K. CHILDERS Corbin 
DONALD EUGENE CHILDRE Corbin 
SHERRY L CHILDRESS Mammoth Cave 
MARTHA A. CHRISTOPHER Irvine 
ROBERT D CHRISTOPHER Mt. Gilead, 
Ohio 

MICHAEL J. CLARE Louisville 
CLIFFORD T. CLARK Cincinnati, Ohio 
EUGENE H. CLARK Manchester 
GLENNA M. CLARK London 
NICK L. CLARK Owingsville 
TERRI L. CLARK Richmond 



FRESHMEN/CAR-CLA 531 



Traditional Activities Mark Homecoming 



CHERYL A. CLARKE Shelbyville 
TERRIE L. CLARKE Ashland 
PAM CLAYTON Falmouth 
PAMELA F. CLEMENTS Louisville 
JACKIE CLEVENGER Grayson 
FREIDA J CLEVINGER Breaks. Virginia 



ROBERT T. CLINTON Lexington 
KANDYCE K. CLODFELTER Winchester 
KENNETH E. CLOUSE Simpsonville 
MARINELL COBB Maysville 
REBECCA L. CODY Amburgey 
MARY L. COLE Prospect 



RICHARD M. COLE Woodlawn 
RICHARD D. COLEMAN Pikeville 
VERNON J. COLLETT Roark 
MARLENE COLLINS Manchester 
VALERIE COLLINS Winchester 
LENORA M. COMBS Hazard 



CHARLOTTE M. CONNER Paris 
GARLIN P. CONNER Albany 
STEPHEN M. CONNERS Jeffersontown 
LYNN T. CONRAD Cincinnati, Ohio 
AMBER D. COOK Cromona 
BETTY J. COOK Cynthiana 



TERRY W COOPER Monticello 
MARY J. COPE Benham 
TERRI L. CORNELISON Berea 
JAMES R. CORNELIUS Glasgow 
BERRY CORNETT Hindman 
DANNY W. CORRELL Monticello 



RICKY D. COTHERN Franklin 

TINA M. COTTENGAIM Louisville 

NANCY E. COTTON Richmond 

JOANNA COUCH Saul 

LESLIE A. COUCH Troy. Ohio 

BECKY L. COUCHOT Englewood. Ohio 



JONELL COULTER Danville 
DARLENE K. COVINGTON Lexington 
CHARLOTTE F. COX Hodgenville 
DEBORAL F. COX Sheperdsville 
KATHIE J. COX Richmond 
PAULA R. COX Frankfort 



LINDA H. COYLE Florence 
VICKI L. CRADDOCK Shepherdsville 
CONNIE CRASK Lawrenceburg 
ALLAN B. CRAWFORD Sulphur 
RANDOLPH W. CREGER Eminence 
MARY E- CRIGLER Shepherdsville 




532 FRESHMEN/CLA-CRI 




RAE LYNN CRIST New Carlisle, Ohio 
TERRY L. CUMMINGS Louisville 
RODERICK B. CUMMINGS Laura, Ohio 
KAREN E CURRY Columbia 
ROMONA L. CURTIS Louisville 
KATHLEEN M. DABNEY New Richmond, 
Ohio 



ROBERT D. DAHLEN Columbus, Ohio 
TERESA A. DARLAND Louisville 
JOANN DAUGHERTY Fern Creek 
JULIE A. DAVENPORT Findlay, Ohio 
TONDALEYO DAVIDSON Bowling Green 
BARBARA J DAVIS Corbin 



CHARON ANN DAVIS Dayton, Ohio 
DONNA F. DAVIS Port Royal 
NANCY J DAVIS Mansfield. Ohio 
RICHARD LEE DAVIS Owensville. Ohio 
TERRY L. DAVIS Irvine 
VIRGINIA G. DAVIS Springfield 




Part of the tradition of Homecoming is the "E" mum, being sold on the Student Union 
plaza by a member of the Pershing Rifles' Valianettes. 



FRESHMEN/CRI-DAV 533 



CONNIE S. DAWSON Stanford 
JANET R. DAWSON Owensboro 
ELLEN R. DEHLIN Dayton, Ohio 
ANGELA M. DENHAM Danville 
NANCY L. DENLINGER New Lebanon, 

Ohio 
MICHAEL L. DENNIS Grundy, Virginia 



CONNIE M. DENT Beaver, Ohio 
BETTY J. DEROSSETT Prestonsburg 
SARAH E. DEROSSETT Prestonsburg 
THOMAS P. DEVINE Valley Station 
CAROLYN S. DEWEES Russell 
SANDRA J. DICK Bethel, Ohio 

ELLEN M. DICKERSON Palisades Park, 

New Jersey 
CATHERINE M. DICOB Coraopolis, 

Pennsylvania 
ANN L. DIVINE Perryville 
TANYA R. DIX Louisville 
KEVIN DOBBINS Louisville 
MARY A. DODD Erlanger 

PAMELA J. DOOLEY Booneville 
JAMES R. DOSTALIK Titusville, Florida 
PATRICIA L. DOWELL Winchester 
M. TIMOTHY DOYLE Erlanger 
PAMELA L. DOYLE Maysville 
JEROME M. DRUMMOND Purcellville, 
Virginia 





Excitement shines in the eyes of Theresa Wilson, 1972 Homecoming Queen, as she 
and her escort, Ward Eastman, view Colonel action. 



534 FRESHMEN/DAW-DRU 



Teresa Wilson Chosen Homecoming Queen 




ROBIN DRYSDALE Dry Ridge 
SHEILA DUFF Booneville 
SUSAN K DUFF Cincinnati, Ohio 
GARRY W DUKES Louisville 
PAMELA K DUNBAR Sparksville 
TERRY J DUNCAN Covington 



MARY B. DUNN Franklin 
REBECCA A DUNN Middlesboro 
ROBERT C DUNN Hustonville 
BETH A. EADS Cold Spring 
CARLA L. EARNEST Richmond 
VICKIE L EASTER Monticello 



MARY L. EDELEN Springfield 
JEFFERY A EGER Erlanger 
DEBORAH G ELAM Mt Sterling 
LINDA E ELDRIDGE Louisville 
CATHY A ELKINS Allen 
MARY K ELLIS Monticello 



JAMES R ELMORE Danville 

REGINA ELVOVE Pans 

JEAN H EMBRY Danville 

DIANE M. ENDRES Independence 

DEBORAH L. ENGLAND Middlesboro 

MARY S. ENGLE Richmond 



TONYA F. EPPERSON Winchester 
KARAN L ESTEP Washington 

Courthouse, Ohio 
DAVID T EUBANK Elizabethtown 
LOUDETTA A EVANS Danville 
SANDRA F EWING Middlesboro 
JENNIFER A. FAHR Cincinnati, Ohio 



KATHIE A. FAIG Cincinnati, Ohio 
KIMBERLEY B FAIG Cincinnati, Ohio 
MICHAEL L. FAIR Mt Vernon, Ohio 
KATHEYN M. FANTETTI Loveland, Ohio 
CYNDI S FARIS Erlanger 
KAREN G FARMER Irvine 



BRUCE E FARRIS Corbin 

NANCY C. FARRIS Ravenna 

MICHAEL D FAULKNER Lebanon, Ohio 

GARY L FERRELL Freeburn 

JUDITH C. FIELDS Louisville 

RINNIE J FIELDS Berea 



STEVE W. FIELDS Louisville 
KRIS A. FIFER Winchester 
THOMAS P- FINCK Louisville 
MICHAEL J FINGER Frankfort 
CYNTHIA D FISHER Dayton. Ohio 
JOHN R. FOLEY Lebanon, Ohio 



FRESHMEN. 'DRY-FOL 535 



Dorm Open House Follows Game 



LISA Y. FOLEY Lexington 
LYNN S. FOX Louisville 
HELEN A. FRANCIS Prestonsburg 
PATTY L. FRANKLIN Freeburn 
GAIL L. FRAVERT Columbus, Ohio 
JUDITH A. FREE Louisville 



MARNA S FREEBURG Cincinnati. Ohio 
GWENN M FRENCH Lexington 
JACQUELYN Y. FRENCH Lexington 
DAVID A FRIED Flemingsburg 
ELLAN J FRY Hamilton, Ohio 
SHARON FRY Springboro, Ohio 



FREDDIE FUGATE Campton 
SANDRA C FUGATE Jackson 
LISA R. FULLER Wellston, Ohio 
RICHARD D FURINO Louisville 
MARILYN V. FUSSNECKER Ripley, Ohio 
KEITH D GABBARD McKee 



LAURA L GABHART Cornishville 
MARILYN D GAINES Versailles 
ROXANNE B. GALL Ft. Thomas 
KATHY GALLAGHER Louisville 
CYNTHIA S. GAMMON Louisville 
JUDITH C. GARDA Russell 



JAMES L. GARDNER Pleasureville 
PEGGY L. GAREY Pans 
KAREN S. GARNETT Melber 
WILLIAM G. GARRETT Bardstown 
CYNTHIA S GARTH St. Louis, Missouri 
STEPHEN F. GARVIN Bright Shade 



ELLEN L GENTRY Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHARON K. GENTRY Lexington 
TIMOTHY W. GENTRY Independence 
DIANE L. GERDING Bethlehem. 

Pennsylvania 
DIANNE A. GHOLSTON Louisville 
PAUL L. GIBBS Franklin, Ohio 



ELMER GIBSON Sadieville 
GENE C. GIBSON Midland. Ohio 
MARGARET A GIBSON Richmond 
LUANN GIFFORD New Holland, Ohio 
SUSAN B GILBERT Berea 
DANNIE K GILLIAM Stanford 



DONNIE M GILLIAM Stanford 
REBECCA S. GILTNER Park Hills 
PAMELA J. GIRTY Loveland, Ohio 
KAYE V. GLASSCOCK Lebanon 
JERI L. GLOSS Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES F. GOATLEY Springfield 




536 FRESHMEN/FOL-GOA 




Homecoming open house provides students with a time to visit each other's room. 




±**A 





GERALDEAN GODBY Kings Mills. Ohio 
CHERYL L. GODSEY Prestonsburg 
BRADLEY J. GOOD Brookville, Ohio 
RALPH W. GOODMAN, JR Centerville, 

Ohio 
JIMMY W GOVER Crab Orchard 
TERRI L GOSSETT Somerset 



DARYL L GOVERFLO Marion, Ohio 
MARY C GRAFF Finchville 
RONNA L. GRAHAM Independence 
KAY D GRANGER Louisville 
MARY F. GRARES Loretto 
CHERYL L GREEN Versailles 

MARJORIE H. GREEN Richmond 
PAULA F. GREEN Florence 
DEBBIE J. GREENE Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania 
KATHY A. GREENE Pikeville 
JOSEPH R GREGORY Rockville, 

Maryland 
LINDA G. GREGORY Coopersville 

MARGARET D. GREGORY Springfield 
MARY E. GRETZINGER Troy, Ohio 
JOAN C. GRIFFIN Depew, New York 
KENTON G. GRIFFIN Newark. Ohio 
SARAH A. GRIFFIN Harrodsburg 
TIMOTHY L GRIFFIN Kettering, Ohio 



FRESHMEN/GOD-GFil 537 



CATHERINE M. GROEN Winchester 
MARY S. GROSS Frankfort 
MARTHA L. GRUBBS Hodgenville 
KENETTA L. GULDENSCHUH Pleasure 

Ridge Park 
STAN GUNN Lovelaceville 
KIMBERLY R. GUY Lexington 

MALVERY J. HACKER Oneida 
ROBERT O HAINES Gaithersburg, 

Maryland 
DOUGLAS R. HALEY Butler 
ANDREA K. HAIFHILL Maysville 
PAUL F. HALFFMAN Milwaukee, 

Wisconsin 
DEANNA N. HALL Hi Hat 



JOSEPH M. HALL Frankfort 
KAREN S. HALL Butler 
KIRBY D. HALL Corbin 
MELINDA A. HALL Ewing, Virginia 
STEPHEN K. HALL Crestwood 
EDWINNA R. HAMILTON Paintsville 





One of the campus' many grey squirrels clings to a protective casing on a sapling. 



538 FRESHMEN/GRO-HAN 



Squirrels Add to Campus Scenery 





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KENTON H. HAMILTON Louisville 
MARYANNE HAMLIN Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY L HAMMERSTROM Louisville 
RUTH A HAMMONDS Frankfort 
BEVERLY L. HAMMONS Albuquerque, 

New Mexico 
STEVEN A HAMPTON Virgie 



VICKI L HAMPTON Louisville 
MARY E HAND Madison, Indiana 
REBECCA S HANNER Russell 
LINDA S HANSON Dayton, Ohio 
CANDIE L HAPPOLDT Massillon. Ohio 
ROBERT W. HARALSON Louisville 



MARTHA L. HARDESTY Louisville 
REBECCA J HARDIN Lawrenceburg 
BUFFIE K. HARRIS Pleasure Ridge Park 
DEBORAH A HARRIS Valley Station 
DEBRA J HARRIS Beaver Dam 
DON T HARRIS Lexington 

BRENDA S HARRISON Sand Gap 
DEBBY E HARRISON Jacksonville. 

Florida 
GROVER C HARRISON Corbin 
DEANNA S HASH South Williamson 
JOHN P. HASH Corbin 
PATTY L HATFIELD Charleston, West 

Virginia 

DARYL W HATTON Georgetown 
NANCY Q. HAWKINS Richmond 
THOMAS D. HAYES Monroe, Ohio 
ROBIN L HEDGECOCK Brooksville 
JOHN P HEFFERNAN Long Island. New 

York 
KAREN S HEFFRON Reading, Ohio 



JANET L HEINEMAN Louisville 
MARGIE A HEISE Bellevue 
HUGH B. HELM III Stanford 
JENNIFER L HELTON Corbin 
DRUSILLA J HELVEY Pikeville 
MARK C. HEMPFLING Hebron 



RONALD E HENDRIX London 
ROSIE A HENIK Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICKY L. HENN Troy, Ohio 
DEBBIE A HENSGEN Greenhills, Ohio 
KATHY J. HENSLEY Pewee Valley 
POLLYANNA HENZMAN Lexington 



EMILY J. HERREN Bradfordsville 
RALPH W. HESS, JR. Grundy, Virginia 
KATHY A HENSLEY Richmond 
JAMES HIBBARD Pmeville 
REGGIE K. HICKMAN Virgie 
BRENDA K HICKS Prestonsburg 



FRESHMEN HAM-HIC 539 




With imagination and creativity, students express themselves in clay. 



GARLAND W HIGGINS Versailles 
RONALD B. HILDERBRAND Williamstown 
ROBERT C. HILLMAN Stoneboro, 

Pennsylvania 
JENNA C. HINSON Brooksville 
SHARON R. HOBSON Orkney 
NANCY L HOGAN Nilro. West Virginia 



CHARLOTTE F. HOLBROOK Melvin 
TERESA J HOLCOMB Berea 
MARY DIANE HOLDER Vanceburg 
GERRI HOLLENCAMP Dayton, Ohio 
MARLA D. HOLLON Georgetown 
ROWENA G. HOLLOW AY Louisville 



KAREN S. HOLT Campbellsville 
KATHY A. HOLTHAUS Ft. Mitchell 
VONDA G. HOOKS Benham 
VONDIA HOOKS Benham 
PATRICIA L. HORNE Louisville 
CONNIE G. HORSEMAN ML Sterling 



JEAN L. HORTON Jeffersontown 
ROGER G. HOTT Circleville. Ohio 
DONNA J. HOUATTER Prestonsburg 
THOMAS I. HOUCHIN Knoxville, 

Tennessee 
ANNETTE HOWARD Baxter 
ELIZABETH A. HOWARD London 








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540 FRESHMEN/HIG-HOW 



magination, Creativity Equals Expression 




EVELYN HOWARD Asher 
GLENDA S. HOWARD Erlanger 
MARY S. HUBBARD Cincinnati. Ohio 
DONNA S HUDSON Somerset 
CYNTHIA L. HUFF Villa Hills 
FLORENCE S. HUFFMAN Comishville 



JAN HUGHES Frankfort. Ohio 

LYNN HUNT Bloomfield 

JOHNNIE M. HUNTER Pleasure Ridge 

Park 
MARTHA A HUSKISSON Danville 
WILMA M. HUTCHERSON Shelbyville 
GARY A HUTCHINSON Dry Ridge 

ROBIN S HUTSELL Covington 
VICKI L. LYMER Berea 
HELEN T. IGO Richmond 
MARY N. INSKO Lexington 
GREGORY M IRWIN Winchester 
JANET S ISAACS Louisville 



DEBORAH L. ISELI Louisville 
BARBARA A. ISON Corinth 
DENISE L ISON Martin 
EDWARD G JACINA Lexington 
ALBERT D JACKSON. JR Stanford 
KENNETH W. JACKSON Pikeville 



VICKIE S. JACKSON Frankfort 
PATRICIA A JAMES Louisville 
PHARLIS R. JAMES Chicago, Illinois 
LYDA K JENSEN Pittsburgh. 

Pennsylvania 
CATHY L. JERNIGAN Frankfort 
DIANE M JESSE Shelbyville 



VICKIE S- JOHANBOEISE Louisville 
DEBRA S- JOHNSON Flat Gap 
DIANA L. JOHNSON Hager Hill 
JANET S. JOHNSON Prestonsburg 
MARK S JOHNSON Brookville, Indiana 
DENNIS A. JOHNSTON Westmilton. Ohio 



REBECCA J. JOHNSTON Springboro. 

Ohio 
ANNA E JOLLY Louisville 
ANTHONY JONES Pine Knot 
BEVERLY J JONES London 
CAROLYN M. JONES Carrollton 
DEBORAH S. JONES Cincinnati. Ohio 



EASTER JONES Manchester 
HELEN JONES Manchester 
MARY F. JONES Sharonville 
TERESA G JONES Hazard 
CHRISTA S JORDAN Bellbrook. Ohio 
JOSEPH A. JUDSON Bardstown 



FRESHMEN/HOW-JUD 541 



MARGARET A. JUREK Frankfort 
JOEY D. JUSTICE Pikeville 
KAREN A. JUSTICE Pikeville 
PHILLIP C. JUSTICE, JR. Grundy, 

Virginia 
VICKIE L. KAENZIG Versailles 
CONNIE R. KAISER Cincinnati, Ohio 



JOHN B. KAPLAN DeMossville 
CONNIE J. KARNS Dayton, Ohio 
PHILIP R. KAUFMAN Louisville 
JOSEPH M. KELLY Falmouth 
LAWRENCE L. KELLEY Louisville 
PATRICIA G KELLEY Pleasureville 



LISA B. KELSEY ML Vernon 
BARBARA H. KIBLER Louisville 
SHERRYE A. KIDD Hazard 
VICKI B. KING Lexington 
CONNIE F. KINMAN Dry Ridge 
PETER M. KIRCHNER Louisville 



JAN KIRKER West Union. Ohio 
SUZANNE E. KLEIN Cincinnati, Ohio 
THERESA A. KLEIN Englewood, Ohio 
DONNA L. LADENBURGER 

Jeffersontown 
PHILLIP K. KOENIG Prospect 
DEBORAH A. KOHLS Cold Springs 




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542 FRESHMEN/JUR-KOH 



Ravine's Solitude Draws Students 




MARY B. KOK Louisville 
CRAIG S KOLB Cincinnati. Ohio 
MARY ELLEN KOWATCH Hawthorne. 
BRUCE F. KRAUS North Bend. Ohio 
CARMEN K KREACHBAUM Louisville 
DAVID E. KREIDLER Maysville 



GARY A. KURK Louisville 

DONALD O KLINGSTEIN Indianapolis 
VICKIE J LAMAR Bardstown 
WARREN E. LAMBERT Corinth 
DEBRA J. LAMKA Troy. Ohio 
DANNY G. LANE Pleasure Ridge Park 



BARBARA J LANGAN Owensboro 
DEBRA L LANHAM Louisville 
KAREN LANHAM Lancaster 
CONNIE L LAWRENCE North 

Middle town 
DAVID R. LAWSON Jelfersontown 
ROBIN A LAWSON Harrodsburg 

KATHY S. LAYTON Louisville 

PATRICIA A. LEACH Prestonsburg 

PATTY L. LEAKE Louisville 

MICHAEL L. LEASE Mount Vernon. Ohio 

BRENDA K. LEE Louisville 

DIANE K LEFFERSON Middletown. Ohio 



GERTRUDE A. LEHMAN Williamstown 
LINDA K LEIENBERGER Ashley. Ohio 
JANET D. LEIGH Paducah 
MICHAEL K. LETT Ashland 
SALLY D LEUCHT Louisville 
ANITA L. LeVALLEY Dayton. Ohio 

ANITA K LEWIS Dayton, Ohio 
DAMITA J. LEWIS Louisville 
TERRI L. LEWIS South Shore 
SHARON L LIGHTNER West Milton. Ohio 
LESA F. LINDSEY Glasgow 
TOM C LINNEWEBER Columbus. 
Indiana 

BRENDA J LIPPERT Versailles 
BARBARA L LISEHORA Millsboro. 

Delaware 
DEBRA J LITTLE Virgie 
GLADYS LITTRELL Corbin 
NANCY C LOCKRIDGE Mt. Sterling 
VICKI V LOGAN Lancaster 



DONNA J LOGSDON Louisville 
RICHARD C. LOHR Cold Spring 
NANCY J. LONG Richmond 
MICHELLE L LORETTE Eminence 
JODIE M. LOVELACE Middletown, Ohio 
PAMELA J. LOWE Ashland 



FRESHMEN/KOK-LOW 543 



Football Games Reveal Mixed Emotions 



PATRICIA M LUCAS Louisville 
KITTY J. LUCKY Paris 
SHELLY J. LUEDERS Loveland, Ohio 
DAVID A. LUNTSFORD Middlesboro 
DONNA G. LYBROOK South Portsmouth 
GARY L. LYNN Owenton 



SANDRA A. LYON Louisville 
ROY D. LYONS Shelbyville 
LEE A. MACKEY Nlcholasville 
DENISE R. MAERKL Louisville 
JERRY M. MAGERS Louisville 
RHONDA E. MANERS Williamstown 



RICHARD D. MANERS Independence 
JAMES M MANN Springfield 
JUDY G. MANN Versailles 
FRANK D. MARCUM Lexington 
KATHY A. MARCUM Dayton, Ohio 
ANGELA J. MARINE Kettering, Ohio 



JANET L. MARRS Louisville 
DAVID MARSH Florence 
SUSAN M. MARSH Wellston, Ohio 
ANNE K. MARTIN Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLES J. MARTIN Florence 
CYNTHIA J. MARTIN Louisville 



DANNY J. MARTIN Louisville 
DIANA MARTIN Elkhorn City 
DONNA L. MARTIN Louisville 
JILL W. MARTIN Lawrenceburg 
MARTHA J. MARTIN Brevard, North 

Carolina 
TONY MARTIN Louisville 



TERESA A. MASSENGILL Middlesboro 
JOHN MATHEW Kerala, India 
ANN W. MATTINGLY Lebanon 
PAUL D. MAUER Frankfort 
MICHAEL W. MAUPIN Lebanon 
CAROLYN A. MAY Winchester 



DEBORAH M. MAY Louisville 
NEWLAND W. MAY Lancaster 
DEBRA G. MAYHEW Louisville 
GAYLE R. MAYHUGH Elizabethtown 
CLIFFORD D. MAYNARD Pikeville 
DEBORAH MAYS Booneville 



SHEILA A. McALISTER Pleasureville 
ROBERT L MCALLISTER Florence 
ROY R. McBRIDE Louisville 
STANLEY C. McCANN Lexington 
MITZI H. McCAULEY Mt. Vernon 
GUSTAVO R. McCHARGUE Louisville 




544 FRESHMEN/LUC-McC 




WILLIAM D. McCLAIN Paris 
JEFFREY E McCLURE Louisville 
RICK G. McCOLLUM Fairfield 
CARL D. McCONNELL Louisville 
LARRY A, McCOWN Pikeville 
BRENDA K McCOY Williamson, West 
Virginia 



ROBERT A. McCROSLEY Richmond 
TIMOTHY W. McCUBBIN Walton 
TERRY M. McDANIEL Owensboro 
KAREN P. McDOLE Bellevue 
REBECCA McDONALD Lawrenceburg 
BETTY A. McFARLAND Loyall 



PAMELA A McGHEE Lexington 
ROBERT L McKENNEY. JR. Falmouth 
MARY C McKENZIE Pans 
GARY W. MCLAUGHLIN Owensboro 

linda a Mclaughlin Louisville 

RICHARD K McMAHAN Fairborn. Ohio 



FRED P. McMULLEN Troy, Ohio 
TERRI V McMURTY Louisville 
CAROLYN McPEEK Virgie 
PAMELA A MEADE Catlettsburg 
JOY L. MEFFORD Owensboro 
CAROL S MEINER Dayton 



PAUL A. MELIUS Central Ishp. New York 
CHARLES J MELVILLE Southgate 
DEBRA K MENSSEN Greenville 
LINDA C MERCER Louisville 
VICTOR C. MESSMER Richmond 
CAROL M. MEYER Cincinnati, Ohio 




FRESHMEN/McC-MEY 545 



JOYCE L. MIDDELER Point Pleasant, 

Ohio 
STANLEY E. MILAM Louisville 
CAROLE MILLER Louisville 
CYNTHIA J. MILLER Kettering, Ohio 
DOREEN M. MILLER Louisville 
JUDYC- MILLER Barbourville 

MARGARET K. MILLER Louisville 
RONNIE G. MILLER Barbourville 
FARIBORZ MIRKHANI lehern. Iran 
MARY J. MITCHELL Lexington 
JOHN M. MIZE Versailles 
SUSAN A. MOBERLY Richmond 



DEBBIE MOBLEY Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHARLOTTE G. MOHON Pleasure Ridge 

Park 
KATHI M. MONN Dayton, Ohio 
AMY MONTGOMERY Harrodsburg 
VICKI L. MOON Fern Creek 
BEVERLY A MOORE Frankfort 



CHERYL G- MOORE Cincinnati, Ohio 
DONNA J. MOORE Bowling Green 
HOLLY A. MOORE Harrodsburg 
RICHARD C. MOORE Lexington 
WILLIAM K. MOORE Frankfort 
SHERL MORAN Fort Myers, Florida 





Puppies, along with the campus squirrels, find a warm reception from most students. 



546 FRESHMEN/MID-MOR 



Animals Find Campus a Sanctuary 




LEE A. MOREHOUS Louisville 
MICHAEL L MORGAN Lexington 
WILLIAM R MORGAN Pineville 
CHARLES O MORRISON Lancaster, 

Pennsylvania 
GAYLE D MORTON Lexington 
LYNN R. MOSER Louisville 

ROBIN G MOSES Williamsburg 
LINDA C MOSSMAN Dayton, Ohio 
JEFFREY T MUDD Owensboro 
PATRICIA A. MUDD Lexington 
MARLENE S MUELLER Pickerington, 

Ohio 
KEVIN P. MULLEN Louisville 



DONNA K MULLINS Myra 

POLLY S. MULLINS Myra 

GREGORY K. MULVANEY Catlettsburg 

JOAN M MURPHY Springfield 

SUSAN C- MURPHY Fairfield. Ohio 

THOMAS W MURPHY Lebanon Junction 



HENRY H MURRAY Titusville, Florida 
SALLY AMUSIC Prestonsburg 
DONALD F. MUSNUFF Richmond 
EDITH L. MYERS Lexington 
JANE E MYERS Danville 
VICKI R MYERS Corbin 



THOMAS L. MYNCHENBERG Daytona 

Beach, Florida 
MARY A NALLIA Versailles 
FRANK A NANKIVELL West Milton, Ohio 
JANELL NASH Shelbyville 
LEO W NATHANSON Louisville 
EDGAR C NEAL. JR Versailles 

ELIZABETH A. NEAL Stanton 
JOCELYN M. NEELY Kingsport, 

Tennessee 
MISSY L NELSON Louisville 
SUSAN R NELSON Willingboro. New 

Jersey 
AGGIE M. NEMETH Clayton, Ohio 
LYNNEANEU Independence 

CECIL L. NEW Middletown 
PHYLLIS K NEWCOMB Louisville 
FRANKIE J NEWELL Somerset 
DELBERTW NEWMAN Berea 
CHARLES T. NEWTON Danville 
DEBBIE K NICHOLS Radcliff 



KATHY A. NICKELL Williamstown 
PATSY L. NICKELS Winchester 
ANNE L NIEHAUS Louisville 
ANN M NOEL Frankfort 
DAVID A NOEL Harrodsburg 
CAMILLA A. NORRIS Louisville 



FRESHMEN/MOR-NOR 547 



Visits From Home Brighten Year 



TARI R. OKRUHLICA Louisville 
BRUCE W. OLIN Pikeville 
SUSAN A. OMER Owensboro 
SARAH F. ORME Stanton 
KATHY A OSBORN Morrow, Ohio 
REBECCA P. OSBORNE LaGrange 



SANDRA K. OVERBEE Lexington 
RANDY J OVERSTREET Cave City 
RICHARD T. OWEN New Castle 
DEBORAH C. OWENS Middletown, Ohio 
JULIA B. OWENS Lexington 
JEAN R. PACE Dizney 



JANET T. PACK Wooton 
AULDON B. PARKER II Berea 
PATRICIA A. PARKEY Ewing, Virginia 
JEFFREY J, PARKS Brookville, Ohio 
REBECCA A PARKS Cincinnati, Ohio 
CONSTANCE J. PARRISH Valley Station 



DONNA K, PARSON Lancaster 
AMANDA C. PARSONS Pikeville 
SHARON A. PARSONS Covington 
EMMA J PATRICK Williamsburg 
BARRY L. PATRICK Lexington 
RAYMOND R, PATTERSON Sugarcreek 
Ohio 



CURTIS L. PATTON Fort Knox 
PAUL R. PATTON Sidney, Ohio 
CARL PAUL Middlesboro 
BRENDA S. PEARCE Shelbyville 
NORMAN A. PEARSON Springfield, Ohio 
SUSAN H. PENCE Stanford 



HARVEY A. PENSOL Mount Vernon 
DIANE L PERCIFUL Louisville 
TERESA J. PERDUE Winchester 
JANET E. PERKINS Harrodsburg 
NANCY C. PERKINS Johnstown, Ohio 
RODNEY T. PERRY Frankfort 



WANDA F PERRY Sidney, Ohio 
JAMES PETERS Fort Thomas 
TERESA L. PETERS Corbin 
JEFF B. PETERSON Dayton, Ohio 
RALPH F. PFALZGRAF Burlington 
JEANNE H. PHERSON Louisville 



NANCY R. PHILLIPS South Shore 
DEBORAH L. PIERCEFIELD Falmouth 
BARRY N. PIERSON Louisville 
CHARLES M. PIKE Crestwood 
PATRICIA A. PINSON Louisville 
EDWARD C. PIRO East Montpelier, 
Vermont 




548 FRESHMEN/OKR-PIR 




DEBORAH L PLUMMER Cynthiana 
JO ANN PLUMMER Sheboygan, 

Wisconsin 
MARY A POLIN Springfield 
TERYL J. PONDER Monroe. Ohio 
GRACIA A POPE Nicholasville 
THEODORE E POPE Louisville 

JANICE F. PORTER Rogers 
ELIZABETH A POTTER Louisville 
LINDA R POWERS Cincinnati Ohio 
SHARON K PRATHER Richmond 
PATTY F, PREWITT Williamsburg 
JACKIE J. PRICE Cincinnati Ohio 



JO A PRICE Shepherdsville 
LINDA G. PRICE Turners Station 
RICHARD P PRICE Lexington 
SHEILAA.PRICE Middlesboro 
VICKIE L PURKINS Louisville 
KAREN R. PYLE Wilmington. Delaware 



PATTI QUICK Jeffersontown 
BARBARA D RAINS Rockville. Maryland 
JEFFREY C RALSTON Stanford 
JOHN M RALSTON St. Clairsville. Ohio 
PEGGY A RAMBICURE Lexington 
CHARLES M RAMSEY Walton 



Little brother shares the feelings of his freshman sister. 




FRESHMEN/PLU-RAM 549 




As freshman John Adams dozes peacefully, he serves as a book support for his studying, 
sophomore companion, Ruth Calllco. 



DONNA L. RAMSEY Albany 
JOHN W. RANKIN Shelbyville 
MARGARET G, RANKIN Danville 
AMY L. RATCLIFF Beaver Dam 
DAVID L. RATLIFF Elkhorn City 
PAMELA M. RAY Frankfort 



RONALD L. RAY Milltown, Indiana 
JENNIFER L. REAGAN Frankfort 
SHARON K. REESE Manchester 
DEBORAH A. REID Wheelwright 
JANET L. REID Lebanon Junction 
PAULA K. REID Middletown, Ohio 

EDWARD B. REILLY St. Clairsville, Ohio 
NOEKARROLL R. RENNER Louisville 
CYNTHIA L. REYNOLDS Middletown, 

Ohio 
MELISSA L. REYNOLDS Somerset 
RAYMOND F. REYNOLDS Hazard 
ROBERT D. REYNOLDS Gravel Switch 

DONNA M. RHOADES Troy, Ohio 
ROY V. RICE Manchester 
CYNTHIA L. RICHARDSON Berea 
KAREN R. RIDDLE South Shore 
MICHAEL D. RIDDLE Whitesboro, New 

York 
DIANA J. RIDDLEBARGER Lucasville, 

Ohio 




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550 FRESHMEN/RAM-RID 



Imaginative Students Form 'Study Habits' 




CHARLES L. RIDER Cordova 
JEFFERY A. RIDGWAY Jeffersontown 
JAMES S RIFFE Danville 
KAREN R. RIFFE Willard 
CAROLE E. RIGGS Lexington 
JOSEPH A. RILEY Flatwoods 



JOSEPH R. RILEY Louisville 
JOE A. RINEY Louisville 
CHARLET J. RITCHIE Versailles 
KAREN L ROBERSON Louisville 
ANN C. ROBERTS Louisville 
GARY M. ROBERTS LaGrange 



GARY D ROBINETTE Pikeville 
CONNIE ROBINSON London 
LINDA G ROBINSON Versailles 
PAMELA J ROBINSON Florence 
MARK C ROMOHR Blanchester. Ohio 
LOUIS M ROSENSTEIN Frankfort 



MARK P. ROTHROCH Danville 
JAMES G ROWE Owensboro 
MARK A ROWE Owensboro 
CHARLES D ROWLAND Miamisburg, 

Ohio 
DEBRA L ROWLETT Richmond 
KENT W. ROYALTY Danville 

LINDA C. RUF Louisville 
KATHY A. RUFFLEY Milford, Ohio 
DANIEL L. RUPE Cleves. Ohio 
PAMELA RUSSELL Louisville 
PAMELA K. RUSSELL Covington 
JOYCE E. RUSTERHOLZ Cincinnati, 
Ohio 

VICKI L. RUTH Georgetown 
DAN A SABAD Dayton. Ohio 
BENITA S SABIE Bedford 
ROBERT T SALERA Pittsburgh. 

Pennsylvania 
RANDY D SAMONS Lima. Ohio 
WILLIAM L SAMPLES Louisville 

WILLIAM F. SAMPSON Ashland 
WILLIAM C SAMUELS Pitman, New 

Jersey 
NANCY A. SANDS Owensboro 
MARK A. SCHEIDLER Greensburg. 

Indiana 
PATRICE C SCHLEGEL Valley Station 
MARIE L SCHLEIFER Frankfort 

BETTY J. SCHMIDT Vandalia. Ohio 
GEORGIANNA SCHNEIDER Middlesboro 
SUSAN D SCHROCK Monroe, Ohio 
BEVERLY A. SCHWARTZ Fern Creek 
SUE SCHWEIGERT Southgate 
ARTHUR J. SCIUBBA Havertown. 
Pennsylvania 



FRESHMEN/RID-SCI 551 



Fans Lend Boost in Colonel Victories 



FRED W. SCOTT Sweetwater, Texas 
JANET K. SCOTT Elkhorn City 
LESLIE E. SCOTT Pleasure Ridge Park 
DEBORAH K. SEARS New Carlisle, Ohio 
SUSAN C. SEARS Owensboro 
RONALD J. SEMAGO West Mifflin, 
Pennsylvania 



RALPH B SENNINGER Louisville 
SANDRA L. SEWELL Winchester 
CATHY M. SEYLE Bardstown 
PATRICIA A SHANKS Crestwood 
MARGARET M. SHARON Midway 
LLEWELLYN SHARP North Middletown 



RICHARD L. SHARP Frankfort 
SUSAN A. SHARP Sharpsville 
VIRGIL T. SHARP Winchester 
CONNIE R. SHAW Lexington 
KEVIN R. SHAW Buckner 
YVONNE J. SHAW Louisville 



PAMELA S. SHAY Newport 
DEBORAH A. SHEARER Richmond 
JEFF SHEPHERD Piketon, Ohio 
PHILLIP E. SHEPHERD Dayton, Ohio 
WANDA E. SHEPHERD London 
MILISSIA A. SHERMAN Dayton, Ohio 



JAMES R. SHEILDS Walton 
FRED D. SHINKLE Williamstown 
VIRGINIA D. SHIPP Louisville 
KAREN A. SHOCKLEY Louisville 
HENRY C. SHORES, JR. Charleston, 

West Virginia 
DANNY F, SHOTWELL Cleves, Ohio 

SHEILA K, SHOWALTER Louisville 
CYNTHIA J. SHRULL Centertown 
GREGORY A. SIEVERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
REBECCA J. SILVERS Anna. Ohio 
PATRICK O. SIMMS Danville 
WILLIAM E. SIMON Ft. Thomas 



MADONNA L. SIMPKINS Phelps 
ALICIA B. SIMPSON Lexington 
MONA J. SIMPSON Lawrenceburg 
JEAN M. SKEES Elizabethtown 
ADRICA K. SKIDMORE Campbellsburg 
RICKY W SKINNER Williamstown 



BELINDA G. SLAYTON Louisville 
LIBBY E. SLORP Lebanon. Ohio 
PAUL D. SLUSHER Lexington 
KENNETH O. SMALLWOOD Eubank 
SANDRA R. SMALLWOOD Crittenden 
ANGELA L. SMITH Paris 




552 FRESHMEN/SCO-SMI 




BRIAN W SMITH Branchville, New 

Jersey 
DEBRA S SMITH Franklin, Ohio 
DEIRDRE K SMITH Simpsonville 
GARY L SMITH Lexington 
GLENDA J SMITH Louisville 
GLENNA F SMITH Paint Lick 



JAMES W SMITH Toronto, Canada 
LINDA J SMITH Louisville 
MARY A. SMITH Springfield 
PAMELA D. SMITH Richmond 
TERRY R, SMITH Frederick. Maryland 
LINDA R SMOTHERS Gravel Switch 



CAROL J SNAWDER Louisville 
BARBARA A SONDEY Louisville 
SANDRA G SPARKS Berea 
JO ANN SPAULDING Finchville 
THOMAS M SPAULDING Moreland 
DAWN SPEAKE Paint Lick 




Cheerleaders In Sung Chung and Beth Dougherty appear to be engrossed in the spirit of the occasion. 



FRESHMEN . SMI-SPE 553 











Superman, alias mild-mannered Tom Knight walks around cam- 
pus gathering student reactions for a special project class. 



PAUL A. SPEARMAN Dearborn, 

Michigan 
MORRIS P. SPILLMAN New Castle 
DENISE D, SPIVEY Lexington 
JENNIE C, SPRINGATE Versailles 
RONALD W. SPURRIER Louisville 
CHARLES M STAFFORD Danville 



HOWARD A. STAGGS West Union, Ohio 
BETTY D, STAHL Covington 
CHERYL L STAHL Bellevue 
VICKIE L. STAMBAUGH Cincinnati Ohio 
CHARLOTTE L, STANLEY Melvin 
KATHY A, STANSBURY Fern Creek 

KAREN L. STARK Cincinnati Ohio 
STEVEN M. STEELE Greenup 
VICKI A. STEELE Martin 
ROBERT K, STEER Lexington 
JUDY C. STEINMETZ Charleston, West 

Virginia 
KENNETH M. STENGEL Louisville 

KATHLEEN STEPHENS Springboro, Ohio 
REBECCA E. STEPHENS New Paris, 

Ohio 
ROBERT H, STEPHENS Lexington 
SUSAN A, STEPHENS Cynthiana 
ANNA L, STEPHENSON Monticello 
JANNET M, STEVENS Mount Eden 



LARNA L. STEVENS Middletown, Ohio 
DEBRA L. STEWART Pineville 
L, C. STEWART Alton, Illinois 
MICHAEL L, STEWART Valley Station 
REBEKAH T. STHRESHLEY Fort Meade, 

Florida 
PATRICIA A. STOCKER Louisville 




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Research Requires Experimentation, Creativity 



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TERRY W. STODDARD Cugahoga Falls. 

Ohio 
SAMUEL E. STOKES Fortville. Indiana 
JAN G. STOLLINGS Xema, Ohio 
ROBERT E STOVE Owensboro 
DEBRA A STRATTON Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARY A STREHLE Morganfield 



PATRICA S SULLIVAN Valley Station 
TERRI A SULIVAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
DAVID A SUMMER Peabody 
CYNTHIA R. SUTTON Harlan 
DIANA C. SWIFT Fairdale 
DAVID L. SWOFFORD Lexington 



MATTHEW W. SWYERS Hopkinsville 
BEVERLY K TACKETT Medway, Ohio 
TERESA TACKETT Virgie 
VICKI L. TACKETT Virgie 
APRYL TANDY Campbellsburg 
RUSSELL W TAPP Henderson 



ANGELA L TAYLOR Augusta 
BRIAN A. TAYLOR Cincinnati, Ohio 
DAVID P. TAYLOR Owensboro 
DIANA J TAYLOR Augusta 
DIANNE TAYLOR Greensburg 
GEORGE P. TAYLOR Frankfort 



JAMES L. TAYLOR Lexington 
PAULA A. TERWILLIGER Lexington 
GARY D. THACKER Pikeville 
PATRICIA V. THACKER Mt. Vernon 
CYNTHIA L. THATCHER Bellbrook, Ohio 
WILLIAM T. THOENY Cold Spring 



DEBORAH L THOMAS Louisville 
MARTHA A THOMAS Richmond 
BILLY W. THOMPSON Manchester 
DAVID W. THOMPSON Versailles 
GEORGE W. THOMPSON Pineville 
JEFFREY R THOMPSON Mt Perry, Ohio 



MINDA THOMPSON Hebron 
SARA M. THOMPSON Florence 
TIMOTHY A. THOMPSON Piketon. Ohio 
DEBORAH J. THORN Alexandria 
DAVID K. TINGLE Westport 
CAROL A TINSLEY Hartford 



KAREN S. TINSLEY Louisville 
SHELBY L. TOLER Winchester 
J. BO PREE TOWNSEND Stanton 
RITA C. TRAYLOR Cynthiana 
LYNNE C. TRENT Newport 
DEBBIE TROUTMAN Middletown 



FRESHMEN/STO-TRO 555 



Males Learn Basic Homemaking Skills 



ROGER G. TRUAX Taylorsville 
LYNN TRUE Corinth 
GLENDA L TURNER Franklin, Ohio 
HARVER A. TURNER Gracey 
MARY S. TURNER Franklin, Ohio 
PENNY E. TURNER Dayton, Ohio 



LINDA S. TURPIN Wilmore 
MARY L. TURPIN Richmond 
MICHAEL J. TUSSEY Lexington 
MARSHA A TUTWILER Louisville 
JOSEPH M. ULANDAY Manila, 

Philippines 
R. MICHAEL ULSH Cedarville, Ohio 

DONNA UPHAUS Louisville 
CAROLYN L. VAN GILDER Middletown, 

Ohio 
JUDY M. VAN ZANT Mt. Vernon 
MICHAEL J. VAGEDES West Milton, Ohio 
DENNIS N VALENTINI West Depttord, 

New Jersey 
ROBERT VALVANO Cincinnati, Ohio 

BRENDA VANCE Pinetop 
RUSSELL T. VANDERPOOL Lancaster 
KATHY A. VARNEY Johns Creek 
VERNON L VAUGHN London 
STEPHEN R. VESPE Thorofare, New 

Jersey 
THERESA G VETTER Louisville 

WAYNE T. VILLELLI Selden, New York 
DIANE R. VON ALLMEN Louisville 
RICHARD S VONDERHEIDE Brookville, 

Indiana 
DEBRA C. WADE Russell Springs 
DOROTHY M. WAGNER Nicholasville 
LINDA S. WAGNER Covington 

PAMELA A. WAGNER Cincinnati, Ohio 
STEPHEN G. WAGNER Loveland, Ohio 
KATHY J. WAGONER Hillsboro, Ohio 
MONA L. WAITS LaGrange 
CAROLYN K. WALKER Goose Rock 
FREIDA K. WALKER Junction City 



STEPHEN G. WALKER Owensboro 
JULIAN L. WALL Waynesburg 
ANN N. WALLIN Brooksville 
LEO W. WALTERS Woodbine 
WILLIAM M. WALTERS Richmond 
CHESTER WARD Owensboro 



NANCY J. WARD Covington 
PATRICIA R. WARE New Liberty 
RHONDA T. WARMAN West Chester, 

Ohio 
DAVID R. WARNER Dayton, Ohio 
FONDA R. WARNOCK South Shore 
DONNA J. WARREN Manchester 




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SHEILA A. WATHEN Henderson 
HAZEL E WATKINS London 
CHRISTY K. WATSON Liberty 
HAROLD G. WATSON Frankfort 
JANNETTE M WAY Richmond 
DANIEL S WEAVER Blanchester, Ohio 

PEGGY M WEAVER Louisville 
MONICA G. WEBB Phyllis 
RONALD C WEBER Dayton, Ohio 
MICHAEL J. WEIDRICK Danville 
TRESKA D WELCH West Carrollton, 

Ohio 
BOBBYE A. WEILS Winchester 



CANDY L WELLS Louisville 
DEBRA K WELLS London 
LORETTA F WELLS Taylorsville 
TERESA L WELLS Cynthiana 
INA L. WEST Glasgow 
JOHN A WEST Nicholasville 



KATHEN L WESTMORELAND Louisville 
PATRICIA B WHEELER Salyersville 
SUSAN L WHEELER Lexington 
TERRY L WHITAKER Irvine 
DAVID G WHITE Frankfort 
PEGGY J WHITE Englewood. Ohio 







Coeds aid male students in common 
tasks such as sewing on buttons, during 
Todd and Duprees "Survival 72" pres- 
entation 



FRESHMEN WAT-WHI 557 





REBEKAH R. WHITE Valley Station 
SAMUEL H. WHITE Petersburg, Virginia 
THOMAS W. WHITE Cortland, New York 
BEVERLY K. WHITLEY Campbellsville 
GARY S. WHITLOCK Nicholasville 
KAMA J. WHITTINGTON Nitro, West 
Virginia 



MARY E. WIARD Frankfort 
ROCKY O. WICKER Mousie 
MELODY L. WIEDMER Louisville 
MICHAEL G. WIGGINS Winchester 
POLLY L. WILCHER Taylorsville 
TERRY L. WILFORD Paducah 



LOUIS A. WILL Louisville 
BRUCE E. WILLE St. Clairsville, Ohio 
EILEEN M WILLIAMS Louisville 
JOHN C. WILLIAMS Barbourville 
LOUIS C. WILLIAMS Middletown 
TONDA C. WILLIAMS Harrison, Ohio 



J. SCOTT WILLIAMSON Corbin 
STUART WILLIAMSON Bowling Green 
PEGGY J WILLIS Monroe, Ohio 
DAN R. WILSON Brookville, Ohio 
EDWARD J. WILSON Irvine 
REBECCA R. WILSON Eminence 



JEANNE M. WOESTE Cincinnati, Ohio 
THERESE M. WOLARY Wilmington, Ohio 
JEFFREY A. WOLFE New Lexington, 

Ohio 
PAULA J. WOLFE Danville 
MIKE D. WOLFORD Madisonville 
JOHN M. WOOD Versailles 



While the efforts of Charlie Mitchell weren't enough to carry the Colonels past Florida 
State at Freedom Hall, the Little Colonels (right) performed to the fairgrounds arena 
crowd at halftime. 





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Colonels Play No. 2 Seminoles in Louisville 





STEVE D WOOD Morning View 
PAULA K. WOODALL Somerset 
JAMES L WOODRING Corbin 
DEBORAH R WOOLFOLK Louisville 
GARY L WOOLUM Jenson 
MARIANNE WORKMAN Falmouth 



CRAIG L WORTHINGTON Dayton 
DANNY R WRIGHT Lebanon 
LOU A WRIGHT Waddy 
MARSHA L WRIGHT Prestonsburg 
MELISSA L. WRIGHT Louisville 
RAYMON WRIGHT Lexington 



DENISE L. WUETCHER Louisville 
DAVID W WULLSCHLEGER Jackson 
NICHOLAS A YAHLE Kettering, Ohio 
MEREDITH K YANCEY Louisville 
ALBERTA M YEAPLES Richmond 
SANDRA K YOCUM Georgetown 



DANIEL E. YORK Whitesburg 

RUTH E. YORK Albany 

DAVID J. YOUNG West Union, Ohio 

STEPHEN YOUNG Albany 

JIM YOUNGQUIST Jenkintown, 

Pennsylvania 
KAREN S. ZAIDAN Edgewood 



Diana J. Zurface Wilmington, Ohio 



FRESHMEN/WOO-ZUR 559 



HERBERT H. AKRIDGE, JR. Louisville 
BONNIE D. BARNES Frankfort 
SONDRA J. BARNETT Campbellsburg 
CHARLES T. BOTTORFF Louisville 
SANDRA L. BROWN Ft. Thomas 
BEVERLY A. BRUMETT Waynesburg 



EDNA S. BURNS Willisburg 
NANCY E. COOK Lawrenceburg 
BETTY S. COSBY Richmond 
WILLIAM E. DUFF Richmond 
BRIDGET A. EANS Owensboro 
JEFFREY G. ESTEPP ML Sterling, Ohio 



JOCELYN FARMER Berea 
ANNA M. FLOOD Louisville 
SUSAN N. FOX Nebo 
WAYNE FRAZIER Lexington 
DOROTHY P. FRITH Lexington 
PATRICIA GAMBILL Paintsville 



JOHN W. HALBERT Paoli, Indiana 
WILLIAM H. HICKERSON Louisville 
MOLLY M. HOBSON Troy, Ohio 
BYRON E. HOWELL Louisville 
SHIH T. HUANG Taipei, Taiwan 
BRUCE R. HUNTEY Louisville 



GWENDOLYN A. JONES Richmond 
GREGORY A. JUDGE Burlington 
PATRICIA A. KNIGHT Richmond 
KAREN S. LOWE Monticello 
SHARON A. LYNCH Lebanon 
WILLIAM C. LYNCH Lebanon 



LAWRENCE D. LYTLE Dover, New 

Hampshire 
JONATHAN MAGRINO Cincinnati, Ohio 
DON C. MEADE Paintsville 
GARY T. MONTGOMERY Louisville 
TERRY L. MOSSER Lehighton, 

Pennsylvania 
JOHN W. O'BRIEN Charlestown. W. Va. 
CHIP OSBORNE Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAULA J. OVERSTREET Perryville 
SUSAN D. PARSONS Holland, Michigan 
DELORES L. PATRICK Irvine 
JACKIE A. PATRICK Franklin 
HABEEB QADRI Hyderabad, India 



DEBORAH G. REEVES Newtonsville, 

Ohio 
SYLVIA F. RICHARDSON Raleigh, North 

Carolina 
THOMAS W. SCHULTZ Buffalo, New 

York 
WILLIAM K. SHARP Turners Station 
ROBERT A. SIEBEL Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania 
SUDIE L. SIZEMORE Berea 




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PAUL D. STEELY Williamsburg 
ROGER T. STEVENS Lexington 
DEBORAH J. VAN HOOSE Tutor Key 
MICHAEL L. WARDFORD Louisville 
DEBBIE M. WEBB Perryville 
HERBERT F. WEDIG Cincinnati, Ohio 



DEAN L. WHITAKER Richmond 
GATHA B. WILHELM Liberty 
JUNE A. WOODWARD Danville 
ROBERT M. WOODWARD Danville 




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ABBOTT, DEBORAH LESLIE; Louisville, 
GROWTH, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Delta Pi, ACE, SNEA. p. 385. 

ABBELL, JR., GEORGE H.; Louisville, p. 
385. 

ABNER, CHARLIE; Ricetown, Student Sen- 
ate, Scabbard and Blade, Polity Society, 
AUSA, College Republicans, CIRUNA, 
Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 385. 

ABOUD, BONNIE MAE; Louisville, Baptist 
Student Union, Direction Eastern, p. 385. 

ABRAHAM, LEONA R.; Toledo, Ohio. p. 
385. 

ADAMS, DONNA G.; Sarasota, Florida, Val- 
ianettes, Women's Interdorm Represent- 
ative, p. 385. 

ADAMS, FRANCES LYNN; Elizabethtown, 
Little Colonels Drill Team, Secretary of 
Chi Omega, Textiles and Design Club, 
1971 Homecoming ROTC Sponsor, Third 
Runner-Up Miss Eastern 1972. p. 385. 

ADAMS, GARY WAYNE; New Castle, p. 
385. 

ADAMS, JAMES LUNDY; Lexington, Law 
Enforcement Association, p. 385. 

ADKINS, BERTEE; Harold, p. 385. 

ADKINS, SUSAN LEE; Vancouver, Wash- 
ington, Catalina Club, Kappa Phi Delta, 
p. 385. 

ALBRIGHT, JAMES LEE; Levettown, Penn- 
sylvania, p. 385. 

ALBRO, JOYCE M.; Louisville, Senator at 
Large, Chairman — Drug Abuse Advi- 
sory Board, Chairman HEAD. p. 385. 

ALCORN, JENNIE LOUISE; Lexington, 
Association of Law Enforcement, p. 385. 

ALCORN, WILMA LEE; Irvine, p. 385. 

ALDERSON, JUDY MARIE; Paducah, 
Homecoming Committee, CWENS — Sr. 
Advisor, Home Economics Club, Textile's 
Club. p. 385. 

ALEXANDER, SHIRLEY MORGAN; Sanford, 
Florida, p. 385. 

ALFORD, JIM HAROLD; Lexington, Foren- 
sic Team. p. 385. 

ALLEN, C. RICHARD JR.; Fern Creek, 
Milestone — Business Manager, Sigma 
Tau Pi — President, Student Publica- 
tions Board, Alpha Phi Gamma, Men's 
Interdorm Council, p. 385. 

ALLEN, LARRY OLEN; Orlando, p. 385. 

ALLEN, YVONNE E.; Lakeside Park, Kappa 
Delta Pi, SNEA, Collegiate Pentacle, Psi 
Chi, Phi Alpha Theta. p. 385. 

ALLEY, DENNIS KEITH; Richmond, p. 385. 

ALSUP, RODNEY GLENN; Milton, p. 385. 

AMBROSE, PAMELA DAWN; Delaware, 
Ohio. p. 385. 

ANDERSON, JAMES MICHAEL; Louisville, 
p. 385. 

ARGABRIGHT, DANIEL STEPHEN; Ander- 
son, Indiana, Basketball Team. p. 385. 



Senior Credits 



ARNOLD, JOHN SCOTT; Owenton. p. 385. 

ASHER, DANA LYNN; Hyden. p. 385 

AUBERRY, JANE; Springfield, p. 386. 

AUBREY, RICHARD DARRELL; Louisville, 
HPER Club. p. 386. 

AYERS, GARY S.; Lexington, p. 386 

AYERS, ROGER WAYNE; Middleboro. p. 
386. 

AYERS, VICKI ANN; Amelia, Ohio, French 
Club — Vice President, Sigma Tau Delta, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 386. 

BABBAGE, ROBERT ALEXANDER; Lexing- 
ton, Student Member of Board of 
Regents, Student Board of Publications, 
Managing Editor of The Progress, Alpha 
Phi Gamma, Sigma Chi, Student Senate, 
Centennial Committee, p. 386. 

BABER, DOUGLAS ALLEN; Winchester, 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, MENC. p. 386. 

BABER, JAMES LYNN; Paris, p. 386. 

BAILEY, GARY SEWELL; Shelbyville. p. 
386. 

BAILEY, JACOB TALLEY; Paducah, Alpha 
Phi Sigma, Association of Law Enforce- 
ment, p. 386. 

BAKENHESTER, EUGENE R.; Washington 
Courthouse, Ohio. p. 386. 

BAKER, FRANK LEE; Cleveland, Georgia, 
p. 386. 

BALL, BOBBIE JEAN; Nicholasville. p. 386. 

BALL, CONNIE; Miamisburg, Ohio, Mile- 
stone, SNEA, GROWTH, Alpha Phi 
Gamma, p. 386. 

BANDURA, STEPHEN DENNIS JR.; White- 
hall, Pennsylvania, Governance Commit- 
tee — President of Veteran's Club, Resi- 
dent Assistant, p. 386. 

BANGS, B. JAYNE; Loveland, Ohio, Chi 
Omega, Collegiate Pentacle, CWENS, 
Little Colonels Drill Team, College 
Republicans, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 386. 

BANKS, ROMA F.; Bethany, p. 386. 

BARFIELD, DEBORAH CAROYL; Lee City, 
p. 386. 

BARGER, GLORIA LYNN; Richmond, p. 
386. 

BARGE, GLORIA ANN; Corbin, ACE. p. 
386. 

BARKER, KAY; Louisville, p. 386. 

BARNES, ROBERT DARRELL; Winchester, 
p. 386. 

BARNETT, GLENDA KAY; New Albany, 
Indiana, Delta Omicron, MENC. p. 386. 

BARNETT, SARA SUE; Ewing. p. 386. 

BARTHEN, JILL A.; Orient, Ohio, Eta Sigma 
Gamma — Vice President, Collegiate 
Pentacle — Chaplain, Progress Staff, 
HPER, CWENS, Agriculture Club, Cata- 
lina Club. p. 386. 

BASHAM, ROGER LOWELL; Louisville, 
HPER, Eastern Volleyball Team. p. 386. 



BATTS, JOHN LINDSAY; Versailles, Sociol 
ogy Club, Alpha Sigma Epsilon, Alph. 
Kappa Delta, p. 386. 

BAUHAN, CONNIE SUE; Orient, Ohio 
Alpha Gamma Delta — President, Kapp; 
Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, SNEA. p 
386. 

BAYER, DOROTHY LOUISE; Richmond 
Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Col 
lege Republicans, French Club, Studen 
Council, p. 387. 

BEAM, BETTY CAROL; Bardstown, Valian 
ettes — Finance Officer, p. 387. 

BEAM, JOHN R.; Bardstown. p. 387. 

BEARD, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Fairdale. p 
387. 

BEDORE, JEANETTE MARIE; Cincinnati 
Ohio, Alpha Gamma Delta — Seconc 
Vice President, p. 387. 

BEGLEY, JOHN WOODSON; Corbin, IED 
p. 387. 

BEGLEY, LINDA C; Lebanon, p. 387. 

BEGLEY, WILLIAM E.; Beattyville, College 
Republicans, CIRUNA, Student Senator 
p. 387. 

BELCHER, KATHY TUCKER; Danville, p 
387. 

BELL, BETSEY, LYNN; Louisville, Dickey 
Chapell Society — Secretary, Progress 
Staff — Feature Editor, p. 387. 

BELLAMY, M. CAROL; Richmond, Gym- 
nastics Club, Little Sig. p. 387. 

BENNETT, JUDY GAIL; Manchester, Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Spanish 
Club, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 387. 

BENNETT, PAT ANN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer, p. 388. 

BENTLEY, SANDRA KAY; Dorton. p. 388. 

BERRY, WANDA LOUISE; Ghent, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, UniversityEnsemble, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Kappa Alpha Psi 
Kitten, p. 388. 

BERTRAM, LYNDA SUE; Monticello, Kappa 
Delta, Vice President, Interdorm Council, 
Panhellenic Council, p. 388. 

BERTRAND, SUSAN ANN; Cold Spring, 
College Republicans, p. 388. 

BIDWELL, CHARLES R.; Louisville, Base- 
ball, p. 388. 

BIRGE, LINDA MAE; Sayersville. p. 388. 

BISIG, JAMES C; Louisville, Sigma Nu. p. 
388. 

BLACK, CONNIE LEE; Erlanger, Chi 
Omega, Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 389. 

BLACK, DEBBIE A.; Corbin. p. 389. 

BLACKBURN, LARRY WAYNE; Versailles, 
Kappa Alpha, p. 389. 

BLAIR, JAMES RAY; Louisville, Student 
Senator, Philosophy Club, President, 
Men's Interdorm Council, Vice President, 
p. 389 



564 INDEX & DIRECTORY / SENIOR CREDITS 



BLAIR, JOYCE; Louisville, CWENS. p. 389. 

BLAIR, PAUL E.; Williamstown, Men's Cho- 
rus, p. 389. 

BLAIR, RHONDA L.; Guston, Delta Omi- 
cron, MENC. p. 389. 

BLAIR, SALLY; Letcher, p. 389. 

BLANKENSHIP, ROGER DALE; Louisville, 
Soil Conservation Club, Agriculture Club, 
p. 389. 

BLANTON, PEGGY ROBINSON; London, 
p. 389 

BLEDSOE, DORIS ELAINE; Aaron, Sigma 
Tau Delta, p. 389. 

BLEVINS, MARTHA SUE, Monticello. p. 
389. 

BOOTHE, ROSALEE; Beattyville. p. 389. 

BORING, STEVEN K.; Mt. Gilead, Ohio, Pi 
Tau Chi, President, Lutheran Student 
Group, p. 389. 

BOSLER, CHRISTINA MARIA, Louisville, 
Grotto Club, Publication Editor, Judicial 
Board, p. 389. 

BOURNE, JAMES PATRICK; Somerset, 
Veteran's Club, Young Democrats p. 
389. 

BOWEN, JR., ALLEN POWERS; Erlanger. 
p. 389. 

BOWMAN, JR., JACK; Mt. Vernon, p. 389. 

BRACKEN, BARBARA JO; Berea, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, President, p. 389. 

BRADFORD, GIGI; Coraopolis, Pennsylva- 
nia, Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chair- 
man, p. 389. 

BRAMLAGE, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Lex- 
ington, CWENS, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Second Vice President, 
Receiving Secretary, p. 389. 

BRADENBURG, LARRY KEITH; Berea, 
American Guild of Organists, President, 
p. 389. 



BRANDON, GARY ALLEN; Gahanna. Ohio, 
Track and Cross Country, p. 389. 

BRENDA, WILLIAM H.; Crawfordsville, Indi- 
ana, Veteran's Club. p. 389. 

BRETZ, FRANCES ANN; Carlisle, p. 389. 

BRIGMON, JANET CAROL; Manchester p 
389. 

BRISBAY, JACQUELINE MARIE; Lexington 
p. 389. 

BRITTON, LARRY; Frankfort, p 389. 

BROADDUS, BRENDA WOOD, South 
Shore, Collegiate Pentacle, Alpha Phi 
Gamma, Phi Upsilon. p. 390. 

BROKAW, PAUL FREDERICK; Louisville, 
Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer, Kappa Delta 
Pi, p. 390. 

BROMLEY, TERRY L; Dry Ridge p. 390. 

BROOKS, AVA SUE; Williamson, West Vir- 
ginia, HPER, Secretary, p. 390 

BROTHERS, KATHERINE AMY; Versailles, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Delta Psi Kappa, 
Historian, W O. S., HPER. p. 390. 

BROWN, BARRINGTON M., West Liberty 
p. 390 

BROWN. BENJAMIN ARTHUR; Lexington 
p. 390 

BROWN, JACQUE L; Cynthiana p. 390. 

BROWN, KAREN LEE; Burgin. p. 390 

BROWN, RAYMOND LEE; Louisville, p 
390 

BROWN, ROBERT DOUGLAS; Louisville, p. 
390 

BROWN, STEPHEN ALONZO Crab 
Orchard, p. 390. 

BROWN, STEPHEN F.; Ft. Thomas, Sigma 
Nu. p. 390 

BROWN, JR., SYLVESTER R.; Lebanon, 
Grotto Club, Kappa Alpha Psi p. 390. 

BROWNELL, PATRICIA L; Louisville, p. 




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390. 

BROWNING, SARAH ELIZABETH; Harlan 
p. 390. 

BRUNKER, MARY JANE; Cynthiana, Chi 
Omega, Pledge Trainer, Young Demo- 
crats, p. 390. 

BRYANT, KARLA JEANNE; Berea, Kappa 
Delta, p. 390. 

BUCKLER, WILLIAM HENRY; Vine Grove 
p. 390. 

BUCKLEY, NICHOLAS ROBERT; Sabina, 
Ohio, Civil Liberty's Union, p. 390. 

BUIS, PEGGY SUE; Eubank, p. 390. 

BUNCH, PAULA MARIE; Loyal!, CWENS, 
Home Ec Club, Phi Upsilon. p. 390. 

BUNDY, ERIC R.; Louisville p. 390. 

BURCH, NANCY L; Middlesboro, Collegi- 
ate Pentacle, College Republicans, Ken- 
tucky Nursing Association. Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Corresponding Secretary p. 390. 

BURKART, CYNTHIA ANN, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. p. 390. 

BURKS, JANET RUTH; Elizabethtown, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, People Who Care. p. 
390. 

BURNETT, MARY CARROLL; Branden- 
burg, p. 390. 

BURNS, JAMES RUSSELL; Manchester, p. 
390. 

BURNS, WILLIAM EDWARD, Richmond p. 
392. 

BURRIS, ROBERT CARL, Columbus, Ohio, 
p 392 

BURTON, DONALD WAYNE, Harrodsburg. 
p. 392. 

BURTON, PORTIA BURCHFIELD, Somer- 
set, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 392 

BUSH, MARSHALL LANIER; Bartow, Flo- 
rida, Football, Kappa Alpha Psi, Dean of 
Pledges p. 392. 

BUTLER, DORETTA JEAN; Lexington, 
Home Ec Club p 392. 

BYRDWELL, KENNETH RICHEY; Hopkins- 
ville, Marching Maroons, MENC, Presi- 
dent, Phi Mu Alpha, Pledge Master p. 
392. 

CABLE, BRENDA FAYE; Campton p. 392. 

CABLE, DONALD RAY, Campton p. 392 

CAIRNS, DIANNE MILLION, Harrodsburg. 
p. 392. 

CAIRNES, ROBERT H , Coatsville, Pennsyl- 
vania, Phi Delta Theta, Public Relations 
Officer, Purchasing Agent p. 392. 

CALDWELL, PAMELA LEE; London, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Interior Design Club, Sec- 
retary, Home Ec Club, Alpha Delta Pi. p. 
392. 

CALDWELL, WILLIAM REED. Carlisle, p. 
392. 

CALLAS, CATHERINE GREGORY; Hagers- 
town, Maryland, p. 392. 

CAMENISCH, MILDRED PALMER; Stan- 
ford, p. 392 

CAMPBELL, BRENDA MARTIN; Richmond, 
Sigma Alpha Eta, SCEC. p. 392. 

CAMPBELL, CLIFFORD EARL; Versailles. 



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p. 393. 

CAMPBELL, DENNIS WAYNE; Corbin p. 
393 

CAMPBELL, FREDA LOU; Betsy Layne p. 
393. 

CAMPBELL, VANESSA GAYLE, Whites- 
burg, Alpha Delta Pi. p. 393. 

CARLTON, DIETER RAYMOND; Badhom- 
burg, Germany, Pershing Rifles, Com- 
mander, Delta Upsilon, House Council, 
President, Interdorm Council, Scabbard 
and Blade, Vice President, Student Sen- 
ate p. 393. 

CARR, DEBORAH LEE; Louisville, Pi 
Omega Pi, Treasurer, p. 393. 

CARROLL, KEITH F., Cincinnati, Ohio, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, I.F.C. Newsletter Editor, 
Football, Wrestling, E-Club. p. 393. 

CARROLL, SUSAN LYNNE; Lexington p. 
393. 

CARRUBA, RUTH ELDON, Cumberland, 
Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer, p. 393. 

CARTER, GEORGIA MELTON; Manchester, 
p. 393 

CARTER, NATHANAEL E.; Versailles, Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia, MENC. p. 393. 

CASE, RICHARD ALLEN, Louisville, p. 393. 

CASEY, CYNTHIA MYERS; Richmond, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 393. 

CASTLE, CHERYL LYNN; Paintsville, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Social Chairman, p. 
393 

CASTLE, JOHNNY MICHAEL; Paintsville p. 
393. 

CATES, ARNOLD R., Louisville, p. 393 

CAUDILL, JUDITH A.; Letcher, p. 394. 

CECIL, JOHN R.; New Haven, p. 394. 

CENTER, JOHN TAYLOR; Campton, Young 
Democrats, p. 394. 

CHARLES, GLENNASUE; Phyllis, p. 394. 

CHENAULT, THOMAS D.; Richmond p. 



394. 

CHESTNUT, DEBORAH ELAYNE; Louis- 
ville, Black Student Union, p. 394. 

CHILDRESS, JANET SUE; Louisville, Wom- 
en's Officiating Service, President, p. 
394 

CLANCY, REBECCA FAYE; Lexington, 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Catalina Club. p. 
394. 

CLAPP, SANDRA KAY; New Madison, 
Ohio. p. 394. 

CLARE, DIANNE LYNN; Louisville, Student 
Affairs Board, University Center Board, 
Women's Interdorm, President, p. 394. 

CLARK, BRENDA GALE; Corbin, Chi 
Omega, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, 
p. 394. 

CLARK, DREAMA LEE; Cynthiana. p. 394. 

CLARK, JIMMIE JOANNE; Richmond, p 
394. 

CLARK, SUSAN E.; Lebanon, SNEA. p. 
394 

CLEMMONS, NORMA JEAN; Union, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 394. 

CLEVELAND, LARRY W., Williamstown, 
I.F.C, President, Student Regent, Sigma 
Nu, Commander, p. 394. 

CLICK, ROBERT ORAN, Richmond, Sigma 
Chi Secretary, p. 395. 

COEN, TIMOTHY MITCHELL; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Theta Chi p. 395. 

COFFEY, GEORGE WALLACE; Louisville, 
p. 395 

COLEMAN, SHARETTA LITTLE; Virgie, 
Accounting Club, Vice President, p. 395. 

COLGLAZIER, JACK KERRY; Xenia, Ohio, 
p. 395 

COLLETTE, JIMMIE EWELL; Campbells- 
ville p. 395. 

COLLIER, PATRICIA ANN; London, p. 395 

COLSTON, DONNA KAYE, Frankfort, 
HPER, Young Republicans, Sidney Clay 
Judicial Board, WRA, House Council, p. 
395 

COLVIN, TED LYNN; Foster, Agriculture 
Club. p. 395. 

COMBS, BYRON F.; Hazard, p. 395. 

COMBS, CEILIA JOETTE, Paintsville, 
SNEA, Telford Executive Council, p. 395. 

COMBS, GARY GLENN; Manchester, Beta 
Theta Pi p. 395. 

COMBS, GREGORY S.; Okeana, Ohio, 
Wrestling, Delta Upsilon. p. 395. 

COMBS, R JOY; Whitesburg, Valianettes. 
Pi Omega Pi, Vice President, Oratorio 
Chorus, College Republicans, p. 395. 

CONOVER, DEBRA LEE; Harrodsburg, 
Young Democrats, SCEC. p. 395. 

CONRAD, JAMES THOMAS; Springfield, 
Ohio, Veteran's Club, Newman Aposto- 
late, Vice President, p. 395. 

CONWAY, DWIGHT ALAN; Sinai, p. 395. 

COOKSEY, JOE BURTON; Richmond, p. 
395. 

COOPER. LINDA KAY; Troy, Ohio, SNEA, 



Historian, CWENS, El Curculo Espanoh 
GROWTH, Sigma Tau Delta p. 395. 

CORNETT.ARIZONA; Skyline, p. 395. 

CORNETT, CAROLYN B.; Beattyville. p 
395. 

CORNETT, DEBBIE A.; Versailles, Indiana 
p. 395. 

CORNETT, STANLEY NELSON; Richmond 
Scabbard and Blade, p. 395. 

COURTNEY, KERRY LEE; Florence, p 
395. 

COX, CHERYL LEA; Williamsburg p. 395. 

COX. KATHERINE HARGRAVE; Kingsport 
Tennessee, Young Republicans, Alphc 
Delta Pi, Little Sigma, p. 395 

COX, KATHRYN OAKLEY; 
395 



Louisville, p 



COX. MARGARET L; Lancaster, Cataline 
Club, Alpha Gamma Delta, HPER p 
396. 

COX, MARY MARGARET; Lexington, 
HPER. p. 396. 

COX, TYLER D.; Lawrenceburg. p. 396. 

CRAWLEY, JANIE C; Campbellsville. p. 
396 

CREWS, SHARON ANN; Columbus, Ohio, 
Student Association, Vice President, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta, p. 396. 

CROLEY, SANDRA KAY; Williamsburg, 
SNEA, CWENS, Vice President, Young 
Republicans, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 396. 

CROPPER, PAULA JOAN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, p 396 

CROSS, CHRISTOPHER G.; Ausable Forks, 
New York. p. 396. 

CROSS, SHERIDAN LYNN, Erlanger. p. 
396. 

CROSSLEY, ROBERT FRANK; Collings- 
wood, New Jersey, p. 396. 

CROUCH, JR , MELL WOOD; Springfield, 
p. 396. 

CULVER, DEANNA JO; Louisville, p. 396. 

CUMMINS, MARYSHALENE; Louisville, 
GROWTH, p. 396. 

CUNNINGHAM, DAVE MICHAEL; Newport, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Student 
Senate p. 396. 

CURRY, DEBORAH LEE; Richmond, Alpha 
Gamma Delta, p. 396. 

CZOR, DOUG; Allentown, Pennsylvania, 
Veteran's Club. p. 396. 

DATEL, DRAVINKUMAR ISHWARBHAI; 
Nairobi, Kenya, International Student's 
Club, President, p. 396. 

DAVIDSON, MARBETH ANN; Red Fox, Phi 
Beta Lambda p. 396. 

DAVIS, ALLEN WILLIAM; Louisville, Beta 
Theta Pi. p. 396. 

DAVIS, DIANE LOCKRIDGE; Mt. Sterling, p. 
396. 

DAVIS, JAMES JOSEPH; Homestead, 
Pennsylvania, HPER. p. 396. 

DAVIS, KATHLEEN E.; Owensville, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Sigma Alpha Eta, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, p. 396. 



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DAVIS, KIRK WILLIAM; Orlando, Florida, 
Track, Cross Country, Caduceus Club, 
p. 396, 

DAVIS, ROBERT ELLEN; Louisville, College 
Republicans, p, 396, 

DAVIS, TERESA UPTON; Berea p, 396, 

DAWSON, CHARLOTTE LYNN; LaGrange, 
p. 396, 

DAWSON, DAN PURDOM; Versailles, Cir- 
cle K, Veteran's Club, p, 396. 

DAWSON, GWENDOLYN STUMBO; 
McDowell, p, 396. 

DE CHIRICO, JOSEPH W , Dayton, Ohio 
p, 397. 

DE CHIRICO, JUDY ELLINGTON; Ashland, 
p. 397 

DE JACO, MARY JANE; Alexandria, 
GROWTH, SNEA, Phi Mu. p, 397, 

DE SLOOVER, RAYMOND FRANCIS; Mon- 
roe, Michigan, p. 397. 

DE WEESE, MARY CATHERINE; Dayton, 
Ohio, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta 
Pi. p, 397, 

DEATON, CONNIE STANDAFER; Dayton, 
Ohio, El Curculo Espanol. p, 397. 

DEGLOW, RICHARD L; Florence, Psi Chi, 
House Council, p. 397, 

DELDUCA, DEBORAH ANN; Dormont, 
Pennsylvania, Majorette, p. 397 

DELPH, JOSEPH B., Lynch, p, 397. 

DENNIS, VICKI LYNN; Louisville, Sigma 
Tau Delta, Secretary, Alpha Psi Omega, 
University Players, p. 397. 

DENNISTON, LOIS ANN; Campion p. 397. 

DENNY, JUNE RUTH; Fairfield, Ohio, Cata- 
linaClub. p. 397. 

DESKINS, JOHN THOMAS; Pikeville, p. 
398. 

DICKTER, CAROL SHILL, Enterprise, Ala- 
bama, p. 398. 

DIEHL, RICHARD J ; Louisville p. 398. 

DINGUS, JAMES BARTRAM; Prestonsburg, 
Sigma Chi, Marketing Club, Interfraternity 
Council, Treasurer, p. 398. 

DOBBINS, NAPOLEON; Louisville, p. 398. 

DOBBS, ROBERT A.; Franklin Pi Kappa 
Alpha, p. 398. 

DOBBS, TERESA W.; Ashland, Chi Omega, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Sigma Tau Delta, 
Women's Interdorm Council, p. 398 

DOGGETT, DENNIS DALE; Verona, Beta 
Theta Pi, Secretary, Vice President, Pres- 
ident, p. 398. 

DOLEN, BERTIE RAY, Monticello. p. 398. 

DONLEY, DARLA RAE, Troy, Ohio, Kappa 
Delta Phi, Collegiate Pentacle, GROWTH, 
SNEA. p. 398. 

DONOGHUE, RICHARD BERNARD; Louis- 
ville, Theta Chi, Veteran's Club, p. 398. 

DONTA, ROBERT ALVIN; Ashland, Associ- 
ation of Law Enforcement, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. p, 398. 

DOOLEY, RICHARD WILLIAM; Louisville, 
Civil Liberty's Union, p. 399. 

DORMAN, JAMES HUGH; Covington p. 



399. 
DOSSETT, JANICE A. G.; Harrodsburg. p. 

DOTSON, IRVIN L; Pikeville. p. 399. 

DOTSON, PATRICIA JEAN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Progress, Dance Theater, Univer- 
sity Players, Alpha Psi Omega, p. 399. 

DOUGHERTY, PATRICK LEE, Bellevue p 
399. 

DOWELL, LYNN DIANE; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
CWENS, Baptist Student Union, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Oratona Choir, p. 399. 

DOYLE, GEORGE T.; Paris, p. 399 

DREW, JOHN ROBERT, Lexington, OAK 
Phi Mu Alpha, p. 399. 

DRURY, JOAN ADAMS, Versailles, p. 399 

DUNAWAY, PHYLLIS GAY; Miamisburg, 
Ohio. p. 399. 

DUNCAN, MARK E.; Lancaster, p. 399. 

DUNLAP, GARY R,; Richmond, p. 399. 

DUNN, WILLIAM THOMAS; Richmond 
Freshman Class President, Veteran's 
Club, Young Democrats, p. 399. 

DURKIN, JON EDWARD; Lexington p. 
399. 

DURRETT, TOBERT B.; Louisville, Kappa 
Alpha, p. 399. 

DYE, CLAUDE WILLIAM; Somerset, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 399. 

DYEHOUSE, RHONDA CAROL; Crab 
Orchard, Kappa Delta Pi, Milestone, p. 
399. 

EADES, PATTY McKEEHAN, Richmond, 
Home Ec Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron. p. 
399. 

EARLY, PATRICIA LYNN; Valley Station, Pi 
Omega Pi. p. 399. 

EATON, JOSEPH EDGAR; Wilmington, 
Ohio, Agriculture Club, Sigma Nu, Social 
Chairman, p. 399. 

EBERT, ROBERT HEINZ; Shepherdsville, 
Law Enforcement Club, Sociology Club 
p. 399. 

EDGINTON III, ERNEST LEE; Winchester, 
Civil Liberties Union, President, Univer- 
sity Film Organization, President, Senior 
Class Senator, p. 399. 

EGBERT, MARVIN; Versailles, p. 399 

EGGEMEIER, WILLIAM M.; Newport, 
Ciruna, President, p. 399. 

EHRENBERG, JUDITH ANN; Reading, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, Speech & Hearing 
Club, Beta Theta Pi Daughter of the Dia- 
mond, Beta Theta Pi Big Sis. p. 399. 

EHRET, WALTER RALPH; Covington, 
Accounting Club, Secretary, p. 399. 

EKER, SHERRY LYNN; Dayton, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Wesley Foundation, p. 399. 

ELAM, BETTY J.; Louisville, Kappa Delta, 
Gymnastics Team, Biology Club. p. 400. 

ELDER, KATHY; Fairfield, p. 400. 

ELKIN, BETTY JANE; Winchester, CWENS, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Presi- 
dent, p. 400. 

EMMANUEL, WINSTON ANTHONY; Trini- 
dad, West Indies, p. 400. 



ENGLER. SUSAN KAREN; Louisville, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Secretary-Treasurer, Young 
Democrats p. 400 

ERNSPIKER, JR., KENNETH LEROY; Jef- 
fersontown, Sin the Karate Club. p. 400. 

ESTEP. DONALD C; London, p. 400. 

EVANS, KATHLEENA GAY. Covington, 
Sociology Club. p. 400. 

EVERSOLE, PEGGY SUE, Buckhorn p 
400 

FARRELL, YOLANDA GAYLE; Frankfort, 
Alpha Gamma Delta p. 400. 

FEDERLE, DIANNA LEA; Louisville p. 400. 

FELDHAUS, DAVID J ; Covington, p. 400 

FELDMAN, THERESA ANN. Madison, Indi- 
ana, HPER Club. p. 401 

FELTON, TAYLOR LYNN; Fairfield, Ohio p. 
401. 

FERGUSON, DRUE; Dayton. Pershing 
Rifles p. 401. 

FERGUSON, ELMA JEAN; Flat Gap, Sigma 
Tau Delta, SNEA p 401 

FERGUSON. MICHAEL MOORE; Louisville, 
Veteran's Club p 401 

FERMAN. MARY ETTA, Louisville, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha. Black Student Union, p 
401 

FIELDS, C. YVONNE; Hamilton, Ohio. Bap- 
tist Student Union. Kappa Delta Pi, Trea- 
surer, Committee for Continuing Educa- 
tion p 401 

FIELDS, JAMES LARRY, Paris, Tennessee. 
Alpha Phi Sigma. Veteran's Club, Presi- 
dent, Scabbard and Blade, President. 
Association of Law Enforcement, Student 
Senator, Young Democrats p 401 

FIELDS, SHARON B., Pans, Panhellenic 
Council, Vice-President, Delta Sigma 
Theta, Secretary, University Ensemble, Pi 
Omega Pi. p. 401 

FIELDS, STEPHEN ALAN, Winchester p 
401 

FIELY, JAMES M ; Mentor, Ohio p 401 

FILER, DONALD R.; Lexington, Association 
of Law Enforcement, President, Alpha 
Phi Sigma p. 401 

FINLEY GLENDA DEAN; Bellbrook. Ohio, 
SNEA, SCEC. p. 402 

FINLEY, MAE; Manchester, p. 402 

FISCHER, CLAUDIA LOUISE, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Intercollegiate Volleyball p. 402. 

FISCHER, PETER LOUIS; Louisville, p 402 

FISHER. BEVERLY JEAN; Louisville, Little 
Colonels, ACE, p. 402. 

FISHER, DIANE C ; Cleveland, Ohio p 
402, 

FISHER, MARY ANN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
SCEC, Kappa Delta Tau, Class of 1973 
Secretary p. 402. 

FISK, PAMELA MARTENS, Battle Creek, 
Michigan, p. 402. 

FISK. TERRY LEE, Coldwater, Michigan, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, Treasurer, Veteran's 
Club. Association of Law Enforcement, 
p. 402. 

FITCH, JOSEPH COOPER; Versailles, p 



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402. 

FITZER, LINDA M.; South Gate, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Vice-President, p. 402. 

FLANERY, LYNN PAULINE; Flemingsburg. 
p. 402. 

FOGT, DAVID RICHARD; Sidney, Ohio, 
Sigma Nu, Vice-President, p. 402. 

FOLAND, JOHN E.; Miamisburg, Ohio, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 402. 

FOLEY, VICKY LYNN; Middletown, Ohio, 
WRA, HPER Club. p. 402. 

FOREE, YVONNE; Louisville, Milestone, 
Progress Staff, University Ensemble, p. 
402. 

FORTNER, DAVID WAYNE; Williamstown, 
HPER. p. 402. 

FORTNER, REX D.; Florence, Military 
Police, Scabbard and Blade, Association 
of U. S. Army, President, p. 403. 

FORTNER, STEVEN G.; Lexington p. 403. 

FOSSON, STEVEN R.; Ashland p. 403 

FOSTER, GERRYE LYNN; Somerset, Alpha 
Delta Pi, Young Democrats, p. 403. 

FOSTER, MARCIA JEAN; Lexington, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Secretary, 
p. 403. 

FRALEY, LAWRENCE D.; Middletown, 
Ohio, Sigma Chi, Treasurer, Student 
Association, Treasurer, p. 403. 

FRANKLIN, PATRICIA S , Louisa p. 403. 

FRAZIER, ESTER RATLIFF, Elkhorn City p. 
403. 

FREDERICK, DWAIN B, Manchester, p. 
403. 

FREEMAN, RONNIE LYNN; Lawrenceburg. 
p. 403 

FREEMAN, TERESA J ; Auxier, Kappa 
Delta Tau p. 403. 

FRITSCH, WILLIAM STEPHEN, Louisville, 
Delta Upsilon. p. 403. 

FRY, DAVID LOUIS; Springboro, Ohio, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 403. 

FUNK, JOHN WILLIAM; Springfield, p. 403 

FURR. ANNE ROWLAND; Frankfort, SNEA, 
Chi Omega, Vice-President, Pledge 
Trainer, p. 403. 

GABBARD, MICHAEL WAYNE; Winchester, 
p. 403. 

GABHART, CARL K.; Mackville, Veteran's 
Club. p. 403. 

GABHART, PATRICIA ROYALTY; Willis- 
burg p. 403 

GABHART, RUDY ALLEN, Willisburg. p. 
403. 

GAINES, DELORES ANITA; Dayton, Ohio, 
p. 403. 

GAINES, LINDA SUE; London, WRA, 
HPER, WOS. p. 403. 

GANO, SAM PAYNE; Georgetown, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 403. 

GARBACK, JANICE MARIE; Rochester, 
New York. p. 403. 

GARNER, HELEN GAIL; Louisville, Wesley 
Foundation p. 403. 

GARRARD, STEVEN JOHN; Centerville, 



Ohio. p. 403. 

GATEWOOD, BETTE CAROL; Frankfort, p. 
403. 

GEISEN, MARK H.; Cincinnati, Ohio. p. 
403. 

GELLHAUS, GREGORY DALE; Louisville, 
Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 404. 

GENTRY, JAMES BOWER; Parksville p. 
404. 

GENTRY, SUSAN; Harrodsburg, SNEA, 
Young Democrats, Kappa DeltaPi. p. 
404. 

GERTH, KATHLEEN ANN; Ft Mitchell, p. 
404. 

GIBSON, BARBARA GAIL; Erlanger, Pan- 
hellenic Council, Treasurer, Kappa Alpha 
Theta, HPER Club. p. 404. 

GIBSON, DAVID EVAN; Myrtle Beach, 
South Carolina, p. 404. 

GIBSON, RICHARD COLE; Louisville, Beta 
Theta Pi. p. 404. 

GIBSON, VICKI RANEY; Louisville, Alpha 
Delta Pi, ACE. p. 404. 

GILPIN, BRIAN C; Bethelridge. p. 404 

GOLD, STEVEN DOUGLAS; Richmond, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Phi Kappa 
Phi, Young Republicans, Polity Society, 
Vice-President, Scabbard and Blade, 
Kappa lota Epsilon. p. 404. 

GOLDSTON, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Danville, 
p. 404. 

GOODMAN, LACY; Pikeville. p. 404. 

GORMAN, JOHN FRANCIS; Lexington, p. 
404. 

GOSSER, KENNIE C; Norwood, Ohio. p. 
404. 

GOUGH, PATSY L; Winchester, Kappa 
Delta Tau, Treasurer, Milestone, Market- 
ing Club, Secretary, p. 404 

GOYNE, GLENN EDWIN; Middletown p. 
404. 

GRAHAM, EDWINA JOANIE; Campton, 
Caduceus Club, Student Senate, p. 404. 

GRAHAM, JUDY L; Frankfort, p. 404. 

GRANT, SARAH FRALIX; Florence, El Cir- 
culo Espanol, Vice-President p. 404. 

GRASS, SONDRA KAYE; Louisville, Kappa 
Delta Tau, SNEA, ACE p. 404. 

GRAY, ELEANOR B.; Springfield, Ohio, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Interdorm Council, 
ROTC Sponsor, Student Senate, SNEA. 
p. 404 

GRAY, KRISTIE ANNE; Lebanon, Ohio, 
Alpha Delta Pi. p. 404. 

GRAY, TEVIS PENN; Cynthiana, Swim 
Team. p. 404. 

GRAZIANI, CHRYSTEEN HOPE; Cold 
Spring, Baptist Student Union, p. 404. 

GREEN, ROBERT LEE; Shelbyville. p. 404. 

GREEN, ROD; Danville, Feature Twirler. p. 
404. 

GREEN, ROGER M.; Sellersburg, Indiana, 
p. 404. 

GREEN, TENA MICHELE; Paducah, HPER, 
Treasurer, WOS, Secretary, WRA, Young 
Democrats, p. 404. 



GREENWELL, BRENDA LEE; Louisville 
Women's Interdorm Council, p. 405. 

GREGORY, MILDRED ANN; Springfield 
SNEA. p. 405. 

GREGORY, NORA KATHLEEN; London p 
405. 

GREVER, BETH A.; Ft. Thomas, Food and 
Nutrition Club, Vice-President, Class of 
1973 Treasurer, p. 405. 

GRIMES, SANDRA KAY; Paris, Alpha Delta 
Pi, Young Democrats, p. 405. 

GRIMME, RANDAL G.; Lakeside Park, 
Kappa Alpha, Pershing Rifles, Young 
Republicans, p. 405. 

GROEN, SYBIL ANN; Winchester, Ameri- 
can Marketing Association, p. 405. 

GRUENINGER, RONDA LYNN; Reading, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, Alpha Kappa Delta, 
President, Beta Theta Pi Daughter of the 
Diamond, Student Senate, Sociology 
Club. p. 405. 

GUBSER, STEPHEN F.; Bellevue. p. 405. 

GUENTHNER, LINDA RUTH; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, ACE, SNEA, SCEC. p. 405. 

GUY, KARROL LAYNE; Lexington, Mile- 
stone, Chi Omega, p. 405. 

GUY, VIRGINIA ANN; Midway p. 405. 

HACKER, BARBARA WALKER; Manches- 
ter, Home Ec Club. p. 406. 

HAGER, KATHLEEN MARIE; Louisville, p. 
406. 

HALE, DONNA JEAN; Manchester, p. 406. 

HALE, DURWARD EARL; Belfry, Young 
Republicans, Accounting Club, Wesley 
Foundation, p. 406. 

HALE, GWENDOLYN SUE; Prestonsburg. 
p. 406. 

HALL, DIANA MAE; Harrison, Ohio, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Young Democrats, CWENS, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Treasurer, SNEA, 
State President-Elect, State President, 
Secretary p. 406. 

HALL, GARY L; Barnesville, Ohio, Delta 
Upsilon. p. 406. 

HALL, JOSEPH GRANT; Campbellsburg. p. 
406. 

HALL, OWEN LYLE; Bowen. p. 406 

HALL, TOMMY; Kitts. p. 406. 

HALL, TRUMAN SCOTT; Wayland, 
Accounting Club, Veteran's Club, Trea- 
surer, p. 406. 

HALL, VIKKI E , Louisville, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, Kappa Delta Pi, SCEC. p. 406. 

HALSEY, JUDY PATRICK; Richmond, 
Kappa Delta Pi, CWENS, SNEA, ACE. p. 
406. 

HAMBLIN, HENRY MORRIS; Corbin, Indus- 
trial Education Club. p. 406. 

HAMILTON, BARBARA S ; Richmond, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Phi Theta Kappa, Young 
Republicans, p. 406. 

HAMILTON, DANIEL GLENN; Wheatley, 
Baptist Student Union, Coffeehouse 
Chairman, p. 406. 

HAMILTON, JOAN H.; Winchester, p. 406. 
HAMILTON, KAREN KENNEDY; Richmond. 



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p. 406. 

HAMILTON, SANDRA LEE; Louisville, p. 
406. 

HAMILTON, WEBBER D.; Richmond, p. 
406. 

HAMMOND, LEROY VAUGHN; Delta, p. 
406. 

HAMMONS, WILLIAM C; Corbin. p. 406. 

HANGER, CHARLES ROBERT; Wheel- 
wright, p. 406. 

HANKS, DOUGLAS RAY; Lawrenceburg. p. 
406. 

HANKS, JOHN TURNER; Lawrenceburg. p. 
406 

HANNAH, MARY BETH; Ashland, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, Senior 
Classical League, President, p. 406. 

HANNON, LINDA KEFFER; Ashland p. 
406. 

HANSON, NETTIE JANE; Moreland. p. 406. 

HARDISON, LEE MONTFORD; Plymouth, 
North Carolina, p. 408. 

HARDY, DOUGLAS SCOTT; Lexington, 
Civil Liberties, Baptist Student Union, p. 
408. 

HARMON, ALLEN MINOR; Gravel Switch, 
p. 408. 

HARNEY, THOMAS ECKELS; Pans. p. 408. 

HARRELL, SHARON KAY; Middlesboro. p. 
408. 

HARRIS, CHARLINDA ANN; Fleming, p. 
408. 

HARRIS, CHARLOTTE A.; Prestonsburg, 
Alpha Kappa Delta, p. 408. 

HARRIS, MARY A.; Miami, Florida, p. 408. 

HATCHER, E. EDWINA; London, CWENS, 
Collegiate Pentacle, President. Inter- 
dorm, Vice-President, p. 408. 

HATFIELD, KENNETH R.; Bardstown p. 
408 

HATFIELD, REBECCA PARKER; Bards- 
town. p. 408. 

HATTON, WILLIAM YONDEL; Campton. p. 
408 

HAVRILLA, ROBERT MICHAEL; Owensville, 
Ohio, Industrial Education Club. p. 409. 

HAWLEY, ROBERT CHESTER; Lebanon, 
Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Military Police. 
AUSA. p. 409. 

HAY, DEBORAH SUE; Bolivar, Ohio. p. 
409. 

HAYS, WILLIAM SCOTT; Hazard, Sigma 
Tau Delta, Polity Society, Young Republi- 
cans, p. 409. 

HAYS, WILSON ALLEN; Ft. Thomas, Swim 
Team, Gymnastics Team, E Club. p. 409. 

HEID, WILLIAM ROGER; Dover, Ohio, Vet- 
eran's Club. p. 409. 

HEINZELMAN, LARRY COLEMAN; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Theta Chi, Vice-President, 
American Marketing Association, p. 409. 

HEISTER, RANDALL MARK; Cold Spring, 
p. 409. 

HELM, JAMES EVERETT; Richmond, p. 
409. 



HELMBRECHT, STEPHEN LEE; Glasgow, 
College Republicans, Alpha Sigma Upsi- 
lon, Men's Interdorm. p. 409. 

HELTON, CHARLES ROBERT; Berea. p 
409. 

HENDERSON. CLARENETTA SUE; Irvine 
p. 409. 

HENDRICKS, DONNA CHAPLIN, Rich- 
mond p 409 

HENRY, EDGAR RAY; Norwood, Ohio, 
Sigma Chi, Wrestling Team. p. 409. 

HENRY, PATRICIA, Harrodsburg, Sigma 
Alpha Eta. p 409. 

HENRY, THOMAS MICHAEL; Highland 
Heights, p. 409. 

HENSLEY, DEBRA SUE; Fairfield, Ohio, 
Women's Intercollegiate Basketball, 
Women's Intercollegiate Field Hockey, 
Chi Omega p. 409 

HENSLEY, JEAN BEELER; Hazard, p. 409. 

HENSLEY, PEGGY; Nicholasville, Home Ec 
Club, Phi Mu. p. 409. 

HENTZELL, CYNTHIA IRENE, Massillon, 
Ohio. p. 409 

HERALD, NANCY ELIZABETH, Quicksand, 
p. 409 

HERRON, LARRY MILLARD; London p. 
409. 

HESSE, BARBARA LEE; Cincinnati, Ohio 
p. 409. 

HEY, DAVID M ; Cincinnati, Ohio p 409. 

HICKEY, LANA SUE, Pikesville, College 
Republicans, Intramurals p. 409. 

HICKS, JR., JOHN PHILIP; Ft Mitchell, 
Theta Chi, Inter-FraternityCouncil, Scab- 
bard and Blade p 409. 

HICKS, M SUSAN; Indianapolis, Indiana, 
CWENS, Intercollegiate Volleyball, Inter- 
collegiate Basketball, Intramurals, WOS, 
Publicity Chairman, Clinic Co-ordinator. 
p. 409 

HICKS, PATRICIA FLOWERS, Corbin, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Chi Omega, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Young Repub- 
licans, Aurora Staff, p. 409 

HILL, DIANE KAY; Louisville, Baptist Stu- 
dent Union p. 410. 

HILL, ELIZABETH MARIE, Corbin, Mile- 
stone, Sport's Editor, Organizations Edi- 
tor, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Phi Gamma, 
Secretary, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Chi, 
President, Student Senate, Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship, Secretary, Trea- 
surer, Missions Chairman, House Coun- 
cil, Collegiate Democrats, Rifle Team, 
Russian Circle, p. 410 

HIMES, LINDA KAY, Ft Thomas, Biology 
Club, Chemistry Club, Oratorio Chorus, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi. p. 
410. 

HINDMAN. NANCY LYNN; Springfield, 
HPER Club p 410 

HIRTZINGER, CAROL LEE, Springfield, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Gymnastics Team, p 410 

HITE, NANCY KAY; Middlesboro. p. 410. 

HOAGLAND. MARY CHRISTINE; Lebanon 
Junction, Collegiate Pentacle, SNEA, 
Newman Club. p. 410. 



HOFFERT, JERE ROBERT; Bethlehem, 
Pennsylvania, p. 410 

HOFFMAN, MARTHA CRAWFORD; Leba- 
non, CWENS, Chi Omega, p. 410. 

HOFFMAN, MICHAEL DEAN; West Carroll- 
ton, Ohio, Kappa Alpha, p. 410. 

HOLBROOK, TANYA; Washington Court 
House, Ohio, p. 410. 

HOLEMAN, KATHLEEN SUSAN; Louisville, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, SCEC, Milestone, 
p. 410 

HOLMAN, BELINDA JOYCE; Parksville 
IED p. 410 

HOLT, KATHY GWEN, Wurtland p. 410 

HOLT, RAY W; Lexington, Accounting 
Club, American Marketing Association 
— President p. 410 

HOLTHOUSER, SUZANNE R.; Louisville, 
SNEA — Secretary and President, Cata- 
lina Club — Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Alpha Delta Pi, p. 410 

HOOD, REBECCA LEE; Irvine p. 410 

HOPKINS, STEPHEN DAVID, Kettering, 
Ohio p 410 

HORAN, JOSEPH LEE; Louisville, Alpha 
Sigma Upsilon. p. 410 

HORTON, MICHAEL DWAYNE; Louisville, 
University Ensemble, Kappa Psi Alpha, p. 
410 

HOSKINS, PATRICIA ANN, Hazard, SNEA. 

p 410 

HOUBEN, GARY W , Highland Heights, 
Alpha Sigma Upsilon p. 410. 

HOUGHTALING, ROBERT J.; Bath, New 
York p 410 

HOUSE, BILLY C, Carlisle p. 410 

HOUSE, STEPHEN EDWARD; Spnngdale, 




While Eastern provides students with 
many unforgettable memories, being 
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Ohio, SNEA. p. 410. 

HOWARD, GLENN FRANKLIN; Morning 
View. p. 410. 

HRUBALA, BERNARD E.; Rockville Centre, 
New York, E Club, HPER Club, Track, p. 
410. 

HUBBARD, LANNY ROY; Stanford. 
. 410. 

HUGHES, BRENDA JOY; Columbus, Ohio, 
CWENS, Women's Interdorm, Choir, p. 
411. 

HUGHES, KAY MARSHALL; Carlisle, p. 
411. 

HUGHES, LINDA J.; Simpsonville. p. 41 1 . 

HUGHES, RICHARD PAUL, Barnesville, 
Ohio. p. 411 

HUNEYCUTT, DINAH GAIL; Morning View, 
p. 411. 

HURD, DARRELL; Mack, Ohio, Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma, p. 411. 

INMAN, JOHN H ; Harrodsburg. p. 411. 

INMAN, LINDA SUE C; Harrodsburg. p. 
411. 

INSKO, THERESA TODD; Richmond p. 
411. 

JACKSON, JOHN CALVERT; Frankfort, p. 
411. 

JACKSON, KENNETH THAD; Wheelwright. 
p. 411. 

JACKSON, PATRICIA ANN; Danville p. 
411. 

JACKSON, RICHARD WILLIAM JR.; Hopat- 
cong, New Jersey, p. 412. 

JACKSON, STEVEN CLAYNE; Harrods- 
burg, Tribe, House Council, p. 412. 

JACKSON, W. GLENN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 412. 

JACOBS, KAREN ANNE; Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta, p. 412. 

JAMES, FREDERICK ALLEN II; Prestons- 
burg p. 412. 

JAMES, TERESA JO; Vevay, Indiana, p. 
412. 




The animal trapped inside the jar is an 
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JARVIS, KAREN SUE; Cincinnati, Ohio. p. 
412 

JARVIS, LELA F.; Manchester, Speech and 
Hearing Club. p. 412. 

JEFFS, VICKI DIANE; Shelbyville p. 413. 

JENKINS, DEBORAH ANN; Danville, Sigma 
Tau Delta, SNEA, Progress Staff. Baptist 
Student Union, p. 413 

JETT, GORDON LEE; Louisville, Cheer- 
leader, Sigma Chi. p. 413. 

JOHNSON, DAYLE ANN; Covington, p. 

413. 

JOHNSON, MARCIA LYNN; West Carroll- 
ton, Ohio, Home Ec. Club, Young 
Republicans, p. 413. 

JOHNSON, MARGARET ALICE; Winches- 
ter p 413. 

JOHNSON, MERLE; Barbourville. p. 413. 

JOHNSTON, RICHARD C; Springboro, 
Ohio, Phi Delta Theta. p. 413 

JONES, DAVID MALCOLM, Richmond, 
Kappa Delta Pi — Vice President, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Kerney Adams History 
Scholar, p. 413. 

JONES, DON L.; Richmond, p. 413. 

JONES, GERALD R.; Richmond p. 413. 

JONES, THOMAS CASTEEL; London, p. 
413. 

JONES, VICKI LOU; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Collegiate Pentacle, 
SCEC p. 413. 

JUSTICE, CLAYTON; Elkhorn City. p. 413. 

KANDLE, KATHLEEN M.; Atlanta, Georgia, 
Chi Omega, p. 413 

KANZINGER, ROBERT CHARLES; Louis- 
ville, Biology Club, Veterans Club. p. 
413. 

KAWAJA, GALIB ELIAS; Prestonsburg, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Track, Military Police, p. 

413. 

KAYCOR, DAN E.; Dayton, Ohio, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, p. 413. 

KAYS, RUDY MARTIN; Bluegrass, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Volleyball Team, Resident 
Assistant, p. 413. 

KEARNS, MARLENA B.; Florence, SNEA. 
p 413. 

KEENE, REBECCA LYNN; Robinson Creek, 
SNEA, Home Ec. Club. p. 413. 

KIETH, JOAN E., Berea. p. 413 

KELHOFFER, CHARLES I.; Trenton, Ohio, 
Student Associaton — President, p. 413. 

KELLEY, ROBERT BLAINE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio. p. 413. 

KELLIS, THOMAS L.; Greenfield, Ohio. p. 
413. 

KELLY, TISH B.; Harlan, Kappa Delta, p. 
413 

KEMPER, VICKEY LYNN; Vandaha, Ohio, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Dance Theatre, 
Intramurals, HPER. p. 413. 

KENNEDY, ALBERT S.; Midway, Omega 
Psi Phi. p. 413. 

KEPLER, DAVID MARK; Pitsburg, Ohio, 
Scabbard and Blade — Secretary, 
Pershing Rifles, Accounting Club. p. 



414. 

KERN, ANGELA; Aurora, Indiana, Chi 
Omega, p. 414. 

KESEL, NANCY CAROL; Fort Thomas, 
Accounting Club. p. 414. 

KETTLER, MICHAEL ALAN; Richmond, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon — President, p. 414. 

KIDD, BRENDA LEE; Corbin. p. 414. 

KIMBROUGH, REED DEWADE; Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Pershing Rifles, Kappa 
Alpha Psi, University Ensemble — Vice 
President, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sweet- 
heart, Black Student Union, p. 414. 

KINBERGER, BARBARA LYNN; Louisville, 
Chi Omega Sorority, p. 414. 

KING, SHARON JOY; Harlan, p. 414. 

KINNEY, ANORE; Ashland, Beta Theta Pi, 
House Council — Treasurer, p. 414. 

KIRK, STEPHEN ROBERT; West Elkton, 
Ohio, Pershing Rifles, Delta Upsilon — 
President, p. 414. 

KIRKSEY, LARRY; Harlan, Football, p 414. 

KLECKNER, KAREN DIANE; St Clairsville, 
Ohio, French Club — Treasurer, Orato- 
rio Choir, p. 414. 

KLEIN, RAYMOND GREGORY; Ashland p. 
414. 

KLEINJAN, MARLENE K.; Annville, Spanish 
Club, Concert Choir; Oratorio Choir. 

p. 414 

KLEYKAMP, KEVIN JOSPEH; Russell, 
Drum Ma|or, Marching Maroons, p. 414. 

KNIGHT, LAURA LEE; Louisville, Chi 
Omega p 414, 

KOEHLER, DONNA LEE; Louisville, p. 414. 

KOENIG, KATHLEEN MICHELE; Valley Sta- 
tion, p. 414 

KURAPKAT, MARGARET ANNE; Radcliff, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, CWENS, Collegiate 
Pentacle. p. 414 

KURK, JAMES H.; Louisville, p. 414. 

LAGASSEE, BARBARA JOAN; Battle 
Creek, Michigan, House Council, LEN, 
Milestone Staff, p. 414. 

LAINHART, DEBORAH COMBS; Richmond, 
Christian Student Fellowship, Collegiate 
Democrats, Home Ec. Club. p. 414. 

LAMBDIN, PAULA DIANE; Middlesboro, 
Catalma Club — Secretary, p. 414. 

LAMPLEY, DONALD WILLIAM; Franklin, 
Tennessee, p. 414. 

LANE, STEPHEN CLARK; Warrington, 
Pennsylvania, p. 414. 

LANGE, BRUCE MARTIN; Newark, Ohio, 
Sigma Nu, Cheerleader, Sophomore 
Class Treasurer p 414. 

LANTER, TED WAYNE; Pewee Valley, IED 
Club, Kappa Delta Pi. p. 414. 

LASHBROOKE, PAUL DOUGLAS; Tolles- 
boro. p. 414. 

LAWFER, JOSEPH MARTIN; Nicholasville. 
p. 416. 

LAWRENCE, DENNIS WAYNE; Brodhead. 
p. 416. 

LAWRENCE, GARY STEPHEN; Louisville, 
Alpha Psi Omega — Treasurer, Univer- 



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sity Players, p. 416. 

LAWSON, DEBORAH. Richmond, Delta 
Omicron, Chamber Choir. Marching 
Band, Symphonic Band p. 416. 

LAWSON, HARRY BARTON; Richmond, 
lEDCIub. p. 416. 

LAWSON, STANLEY G.; Danville, MENC 
p. 416. 

LAYNE, DAVID ALLEN; Ivel p 416 

LAYNE, FREDA LYNN; Ashland, Kappa 
Delta Tau p. 416. 

LAYTON, CECIL BRADLEY; Lancaster, p. 
416 

LEAVELL, JAMES FOSTER; Lexington, p. 
416. 

LEAVELL, WOODIE; Lancaster, Sigma Chi. 
p. 416 

LEE, CARMEN KATHRENE; Gainesville, 
Georgia p. 416. 

LEE, JAMES J ; Elsmere. p. 417. 

LEE, NADINE, Lebanon, Home Ec Club, 
Phi U, AHEA. p. 417 

LESTER, EDWIN C; Richmond p. 417. 

LEWIS, MERVYN P.; Trinidad, West Indies, 
Kappa Psi Alpha — Treasurer, p. 41 7 

LEWIS, TONI KAY; New Lexington, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta — President and Secretary, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pikette, Little Colo- 
nels, Flag Girl. p. 417. 

LIGHT, DOROTHY RHEA, Springfield p. 

417. 

LIPPS, JOYCE; Goshen, Ohio, Physics 
Club. p. 417 

LLOYD, DONALD J.; Boston p. 41 7 

LLOYD, POLLY CLAUDENE, Evarts, Mile- 
stone Staff, SNEA. p. 417. 

LOEWENSTINE, RICHARD CHARLES; Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Wrestling Team — Cap- 
tain, E Club — Vice President, Young 
Christians Athletic Associations, Student 
Representative for Academic Affairs p 
417. 

LONG, KENNETH JAMES; Bethpage. p. 

417. 

LOTT, REBECCA ANNE; Louisville, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Tau. p. 417. 

LOUIS, STEPHAN MARK; Ft Mitchell, Col- 
lege Republicans — Treasurer, p. 41 7. 

LOVELY, CHARLES WAYNE; Middlesboro. 
p. 417. 

LOVELY, GEORGEANN; Louisville p. 417 

LUCAS, ROSETTA; Lexington, Alpha Phi 
Sigma — Secretary, Association of Law 
Enforcement — Vice President, p. 41 7. 

LUCKETT, PHILIP LEO; Lebanon p. 417. 

LUKEN, TERRI ANNE; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
University Players, Alpha Psi Omega, p. 
417. 

LUSK, POLLY ANN, Villa Hills, p. 417. 

LYON, JOE A., Paintsville. p 417. 

LYTTLE, GAIL [_.; Manchester, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, Pi Omega Pi, University 
Ensemble p. 41 7. 

MACK, ELAINE; Paris, Delta Sigma Theta. 
p. 417. 



MACKE, STEPHEN J.; Ft. Wright, Beta 
Theta Pi. p. 417 

MACKIN, ANN HOGAN, Bardstown, Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Colle- 
giate Pentacle p. 417. 

MADON, VICKI G.; Middlesboro, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Oratorio Chorus, p. 417 

MAGGARD, SHEILA ROSE; Louisville, p. 
417, 

MAINOUS, JERRY PAUL; Booneville p. 
417. 

MANNING, DENISE DIANE; Louisville, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Tau, 
Sigma Tau Delta, Collegiate Democrats, 
p 417 

MANNING, JR., JOSEPH CLYDE, Louis- 
ville, Omicron Alpha Kappa. Sigma Tau 
Pi p. 418 

MANTEL, LINDA SUSAN; New Carlisle, 
Ohio, Alpha Phi Gamma — President 
and Vice President, SNEA — Vice Presi- 
dent, Christian Science Organization, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Milestone — Under- 
class and Senior Editor, p. 418 

MARLOW, MARCIE LYNN, Louisville. 
CWENS — Treasurer, Home Ec. Club — 
Treasurer, Collegiate Pentacle, Project 
Pal, ACE, Methodist Center p. 418 

MARLOW, SHARON LEE; McKinney, Home 
Ec. Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Collegi- 
ate Pentacle. p. 418. 

MARSH, KATHRYN, Kingsport, Tennessee, 
Interior Design Club, Home Ec. Club. p. 

418 

MARSHALL, LINDA SUSAN; Covington, 
Oratorio Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi p 418 

MARSHALL, RICHARD E,; Mitchell, Indi- 
ana, Agricultural Club — President, 
Concert Choir, Glee Club, Horticulture 
Interest Group, p. 418 

MATIN, CANTON GERALD; Virgie, Phi Mu 
Alpha Smfonia — Historian and Execu- 
tive Alumni Secretary, Omicron Alpha 
Kappa, Kappa lota Epsilon, MENC p. 
418 

MARTIN, DONALD CHARLES; Hazard, p. 
418 

MASDEN, DANNY R.; Louisville, Beta Omi- 
cron Gamma, p. 418 

MASSEY, BARBARA NOLAN; Manchester, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon — Secretary, Kappa 
Delta Pi p. 418 

MATLICK, ELDON ROY; Middletown, 
MENC, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia p. 418. 

MATTINGLY, CONSTANCE; Owensboro 
Eta Sigma Gamma, HPER, SCEC p 
418 

MAYER, WALTER THOMAS; Alexandria 
SNEA — Treasurer, Kappa lota Epsilon 
HPER, Newman Club, Inter-varsity Chris- 
tian Fellowship, College Republicans p 
418. 

MCCARTHY, MARTHA JANE; Dayton 
Ohio, p 418 

McCONATHY, PAULINE ENFIELD; Lexing- 
ton, Collegiate Pentacle, SCEC. p. 418. 

McCONATHY. PHIL WAYNE, Lexington, 
American Marketing Association, p. 418. 

McCORMICK, GARY WAYNE; Alexandria, 
p. 418 



McCREARY, PEGGY ROSEMARY; Evarts. 
p. 418. 

McCULLEY, JACKIE LEE; Glassboro, New 
Jersey, Phi Delta Theta p. 418. 

McDONALD, DEBORAH J.; Harlan, Kappa 
Delta p. 418. 

McDONALD, VICKI LYNN, Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta, Panhellenic, Phi Upsilon 
Omicron, Collegiate Pentacle, AHEA, 
HEC. p. 418 

McDOWELL, CHARLES WILLIAM, Ft 
Thomas p 418. 

McGINNIS, DONNA J., Danville, Kappa 
Alpha Theta p. 418 

McGLONE, BERNARD A , Harrodsburg p. 
418 

McGLONE, RITA GRITTON; Harrodsburg. 
p. 418 

McGUIRE, GEORGE MICHAEL, Beattyville 
p. 418 

McGUIRE, GLENNA MURRAY; Valley Sta- 
tion, p. 418 

McGUIRE, REBECCA DIANE; Lexington p. 
419 

MclNTOSH, EDWINA; Chavies p. 419 

MclNTOSH, MICHAEL DEAN, Dayton, 
Ohio, Kappa Alpha p 419 

McKANE, KATHERINE EILEEN, Louisville 
p. 419 

McKEE, PAUL NELSON; Covington, Fresh- 
man Football, Fellowship of Christian 
Athletics, Pi Kappa Alpha p 419 

McKENZIE, CAROLYN LOUISE, Russell p. 
419 

McKENZIE, MARTHA JEAN, Flat Gap, 
Chemistry Club, Phi Kappa Phi p. 419 

Mclaughlin, glenn donald, Lansing, 

Illinois, American Marketing Association, 
p. 419 

McMICHAEL, CHRISTINE ANN, Louisville, 
p 419. 

McMILLEN, DAVID DANA; Wilmore, Varsity 
Rifle Team, IED Club p. 419 

McNABB, BARBARA JANE, Erlanger, 
Kappa Delta, p. 419. 

McREYNOLDS, DON D; Mt Sterling, p. 
419. 

MECKSTROTH, DANIEL JOSEPH; Gelen 
Este, Ohio p. 420. 

MEINEKE, DONALD W , JR., Loveland, 
Ohio, KIE, OAK. p. 420. 

MEISENZAHL, LINDA ANN, Lindenwold, 
New Jersey, Milestone Staff p. 420. 

MERSON, STEPHANIE URSULA, Odenton, 
Maryland p. 420. 

MESSA, RON, Verplanck, New York, Intra- 
mural President, p. 420 

MEYER, PATRICIA LYNNE; Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta, p. 420 

MILLER, JACKIE RAY, Miami, Florida, 
Football p. 420. 

MILLER, MARK ANTHONY; Lawrenceburg, 
Indiana p. 420 

MILLER, MARY ANN; South Shore, Kappa 
Delta, Caduceus Club p. 420 



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MILLS, BARBARA ANN; Barbourville, 
SNEA, Accounting Club. p. 420. 

MILLS, GERALD DAVID; Brooks p. 420. 

MILLS, REDA JO ANN; Glasgow p. 420. 

MILLS, ROSS WILLIAM; Frankfort, p. 420. 

MITCHELL, LESTER J.; Patastcala, Ohio, 
Delta Upsilon — Secretary, p. 420. 

MITCHELL, MARY KATHERINE SPENCER; 
Lexington, p. 420. 

MITTEL, LINDA D ; Louisville, Biology Club, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Alpha Phi Gamma 
— Vice President, Milestone — Manag- 
ing Editor, Academics Editor, Intramu- 
rals. p. 420. 

MONTGOMERY, BETTY JANE; Lancaster, 
Kappa Delta Pi, ACE — Vice President, 
Collegiate Pentacle. p. 421 

MONTGOMERY, DALLAS; Fritz p. 421 

MONTGOMERY, EMLINE STAMPER; Rich- 
mond, p. 421 . 

MONTGOMERY, JOE GORDON; Lancaster, 
HPER. p. 421. 

MOONEY, DAVID LYNN, London p. 421. 

MOORE, ALBERT T.; Campton, Veterans 
Club. p. 421 

MOORE, ALICE MARIE; Milford, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta — Treasurer, Beta Theta Pi 
Sweetheart, SCEC, Daughters of the Dia- 
mond, p. 421 . 

MOORE, CHARLOTTE WATHEN, Boston, 
Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 421 . 

MOORE, DARLA JEAN; Louisville. Oratorio 
Chorus, GROWTH, Phi Alpha Theta. p. 
421. 

MOORE, GALE E.; Sabina, Ohio p. 421. 

MOORE, JAMES B.; Berea, Theta Chi. p. 
421. 

MOORE, JOSEPH MICHAEL; Bardstown, 
Pershing Rifles, p. 421 

MOORE, LEMON CLYDE; Beattyville, lota 
Lambda Sigma, IED Club p. 421 

MOORE, LOLA; Campton. p. 421 

MOORE, MARVIN L; Hamilton, Ohio p. 
421. 

MOORE, PAULA CELESTE; Frankfort, p. 
421 

MOORE, ROBERT THOMAS; New Castle, 
Beta Omicron Gamma — President, p. 
421. 

MOORE, RUTH DARLENE; Lexington, p. 
421 

MOORE, SUSAN GAIL, Independence, p. 
421. 

MOORHEAD, MARY HELEN, Versailles, 
Indiana, MENC — Secretary, Delta Omi- 
cron, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Band, Orchestra Choir, p. 421. 

MOORMAN, MARY JO; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Delta Omicron, MENC, Marching 
Maroons, p 421 . 

MORAN, ROBERT KARL; Barbourville. p. 
421 

MORGAN, JANICE CLAIRE; St Louis, Mis- 
souri, GROWTH, Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 
421. 

MORGAN, KERRY FRANCIS; Lexington, p. 



421. 

MORRIS, DAVID CATLETT; Harrodsburg. 
p. 421. 

MORRIS, FREEDA ANN; Lexington, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Delta Omicron, MENC. College 
Republicans, Band, Orchestra, p. 421. 

MORRIS, JANE McKELLEY; Nashville, Ten- 
nessee, p. 421 . 

MORRIS. LINDA LEE; Louisville, Kappa 
Delta Theta, SCEC, SNEA. p. 421. 

MORRIS, SHARRON KAYE, Arnold, Mary- 
land, p. 423. 

MORRIS, STEPHEN WARD; Cynthiana, 
Men's Interdorm, House Council, p. 423. 

MORROW, STEVEN EDWIN, Battle Creek, 
Michigan, Association of Law Enforce- 
ment, p. 423 

MOSER, SUANNE; Fort Wright p. 423. 

MOSLEY, SAMMY LEE; Pikeville, Theta 
Chi p. 423. 

MOSS, KAREN LEE, Lexington, Catalma 
Club — President, p. 423. 

MOURER, LESLEE JANE; Russell, p. 423 

MUELLER. WILLIAM CHARLES, Homer 
City, Pennsylvania, p. 423. 

MULLINS, REBECCA RUTH, Louisville, Stu- 
dent Senator, Kappa Delta Tau, Collegi- 
ate Democrats, CWENS. p. 423. 

MULLINS, WILLARD HARLIE JR.; Corbin, 
Circle K — Vice President, p. 423. 

MURPHY, BILLY DEAN; Georgetown, Mili- 
tary Police p. 423 

MURPHY, JANE ELIZABETH, Fairfield, 
Ohio, International Student Association, 
Home Ec Club. p. 423. 

MURPHY, MICHAEL R ; Louisville p. 423. 

NALL, DARLENE YOUNG; Ashland, HPER, 
Intramurals, WRA p. 423 

NALLY, SUSIE HADLEY; Springfield p 
423 

NANAZI. KAVOOSE; Iran. p. 423. 

NAPIER II, CALLOWAY W.; Hazard p 423 

NEAL, DREXEL T.; Lexington, Alpha Phi 
Sigma, p. 423. 

NEFF, JOSEPH JAMES; Elmsford, New 
York, Wrestling Team. p. 423. 

NEISWINGER, CHERYL E.; New Carlisle, 
Ohio, Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 423. 

NELSON, STAFFORD CLAY, Richmond p. 
423. 

NELSON, STEPHEN PHILIP; Jamestown, 
New York. p. 423. 

NELTNER, RICHARD WILLIAM; Fort 
Thomas. Phi Delta Theta. p. 423. 

NEVELS, WILLIAM LOUIS; Florence, Phi- 
losophy Club — President, p. 423 

NEWSOME, ANTHONY L; Louisville p. 
423. 

NEWSOME, MARY MARGARET; Stanford, 
Wesley Foundation — President, 
GROWTH p. 423. 

NEWTON, ANTHONY QUINN; Irvine, p. 
423. 

NICHOLAS, DAVID L , Hodgenville, Men's 
Interdorm — President, p. 423. 



NICHOLAS, STEVEN EDWARD; Cincinnati 
Ohio. p. 424. 

NICHOLSON, MARTY ANN; Brandenburg, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Food and Nutrition Club — Trea- 
surer, p. 424 

NICHOLSON, MICHAEL EUGENE; Miami 
Florida. Football Team. p. 424. 

NICKLES. PAULA; Dema p. 424. 

NICKELS, POLLY MARIE; Winchester 
SNEA p. 424. 

NICKSON, MALCOMM EDWARD, Nor- 
wood, Ohio, Sigma Chi, E Club, Wres- 
tling Team p 424. 

NIEMANN. MELODY SUE; Cincinnati Ohio 
SNEA. p. 424. 

NOE, AVONDA L , Paint Lick, Kappa Delta 
Pi p. 424 

NOE, CAROLYN B ; Paint Lick, Eta Sigma 
Gamma — President, Kappa Delta Phi 
HPER p 424. 

NOLAND, JOEL SCOTT, Irvine p. 424. 

NORMAN, DAVID SCOTT; Louisville p 
424 

NUTTY, BETH ANN; Brookville, Indiana. 
Dance Theatre, HPER — President p 
424 

OGDEN, STEVEN DALLAS, Milton p. 424. 

OLDS, DEBORAH S., Vevay. Indiana, Col- 
legiate Pentacle p. 424 

OLIVIERI, PETER N., Madison, New Jersey 
Theta Chi p. 424. 

OLSEN, PETER LOUIS; Lexington p. 424. 

OSBORNE, CATHY; Hyden p. 425 

OSBORNE, GREGORY ALLEN, Dayton 
Ohio p 425. 

OSBORNE, ROWENA, Barbourville. SNEA 
Beta Phi Lambda, p 425. 

OSBORNE, ROY PAUL; Lily p 425 

OSBORNE, TERESA ANN; Virgie p. 425. 

OWEN, MORRIS WAYNE; Louisville. Men's 
Interdorm p. 425. 

PALEOLOGOS, STACY; Rockville, Mary- 
land, p. 425. 

PALMER, CRAIG A ; Cincinnati. Ohio p 
425. 

PARIS, KATHRYN ANN; Louisville. Univer- 
sity Players, Alpha Psi Omega, p. 425. 

PARKE, GALE E.; Richmond p. 425. 

PARKER, BILL JACK; Blackey. Collegiate 
Democrats. Physics Club. p. 425 

PARKS, ANN, Paducah, Food and Nutrition 
Club. p. 425. 

PARKS, LARRY ROBERT, Osceola, Penn- 
sylvania, Senior Class — President, Stu- 
dent Senate. Counter Guerrilla Raiders 
p. 425. 

PARKS, GERALD LYNN, Lexington p. 425. 

PARTUSCH, MARSHA ANN, Louisville, 
Kappa Delta, House Council, p. 425. 

PAULIN, DONALD ALAN; Hamilton, Ohio, 
Gymnastics Team. p. 425. 

PAYNE, ALBERT BRUCE; Front Royal, Vir- 
ginia, p. 426. 



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PAYNE. GERALD E.; London, Caduceus 
Club — President, House Council — 
Vice President, p, 426, 

PAYTON, MARTY JO; Raceland, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Kappa Alpha Little Sis, p. 
426, 

PELLY, DONALD EVANS; Fern Creek, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Biology Club — Vice 
President, p, 426 

PENDLETON, DAVID LEE; Lexington, p. 
426. 

PENNINGTON, LARRY; London, p. 426. 

PENNINGTON, LARRY W.; Bowling Green, 
BSU — President, Collegiate Democrats, 
Student Senate, p. 426. 

PERKINS, JOHN S,; Louisvlle, Progress 
Staff, p. 426. 

PERRY, DEBORAH JO; Richmond, Pikette. 
p. 426. 

PERRY, KEITH MORRISON; Port Royal, 
Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 426. 

PERSELL, PATSY ELLEN; Bedford p. 426. 

PETERS, KAREN R.; Fort Thomas, Kappa 
Alpha Theta — Vice President, Phi Girl, 
p. 426 

PFALZGRAF, MARJORIE A.; Burlington, p. 
426. 

PHELPS, CHARLOTTE J.; Norwood, Ohio, 
CWENS, SCEC, SNEA, Valianettes. p. 
426 

PHILLIPS, BARBARA LYNN; Richmond, 
Kappa Alpha Theta. p. 426. 

PHILLIPS, MATHEW CLEGG; Hazard p. 
426. 

PHILLIPS, MICHAEL E.; Shepherdsville, 
Theta Chi. p. 427. 

PHILPOT, EDMOND F,; London, Psychol- 
ogy Club, p. 427. 

PHILPOT, HARRY H. JR., Pineville. p. 427. 

PHILPOT, ROSE MARY; London, p. 427. 

PICKETT, JANE DORCAS; Elizabethtown. 
p. 427. 

POLLARD, PHILIP ASCHER; LaGrange. p. 
427. 

POTT, KENNETH LARSON; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Pi Kappa Alpha, p, 427. 

POWELL, MARILYN ASH; Willisburg, 
Kappa Delta, p. 427, 

POWELL, ORAL MAE; Kerby Knob, Sigma 
Alpha Eta. p. 427. 

POWERS, VAN A.; Cynthiana, HPER, Soci- 
ology Club, Biology Club, Cave Club, p. 
427. 

PRATER, JAMES; Pikeville. p. 427. 

PREECE, DIANNE GRACE; Louise, p. 427. 

PRESTON, CONNIS S.; Richmond, p. 427. 

PRESTON, DELORES LUANN; Pikeville. p. 
427. 

PRESTON, DENNIS ALLEN; Harrodsburg, 
Phi Mu Alpha, Band. p. 427. 

PRICE, NORMA RUTH; Magnolia, Home 
Ec Club. p. 427. 

PUCKETT, BETTYE KAY; Bardstown, p, 
427. 

PURCELL, JERRY M.; Lancaster, p. 427. 



RADCLIFFE, BECKY; Shelbyville. p. 427. 

RADER, ANNE NORRIS; Winchester, Sigma 
Epsilon. p. 427. 

RADERER, VICKIE LEE; Louisville, CWENS 
— Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, ACE — 
Secretary, Student Council, Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 427. 

RAINEY, DEBBIE LYNN; Winchester, Alpha 
Delta Pi, Pikette, p. 427. 

RAINS, GEORGE; Williamsburg, College 
Republicans, Accounting Club, Sigma 
Tau Phi. p. 427. 

RAISTRICK, DEBRA K.; Jamestown, New 
York, Milestone Staff — Academics Edi- 
tor, Catalina Club, Alpha Phi Gamma, 
Oratorio Choir, Sigma Tau Pi. p. 427. 

RAMEY, SCHEILA BETH; Covington, 
Marching Maroons Oratorio Chorus, Art 
Club, Film Club, Concert Band. p. 427. 

RANDOLPH, RANDY EDWARD; Glassboro, 
New Jersey, Wrestling Team, Tau Kappa 
Epsilon. p. 427. 

RANSON, CATHY; Highland Heights, p 
427. 

RAPP, JOSEPH G.; Louisville, Men's Inter- 
dorm, Student Senate, Beta Omicron 
Gamma, p. 427. 

RATLIFF, BERNARD DEAN; Hamden, Ohio, 
p. 428. 

RATLIFF, JAMES MICHAEL; Elkhorn City, 
Beta Theta Pi. p. 428. 

RAUSCH, CATHY SUE; Centerville, Ohio, 
University Center Board, SNEA, Collegi- 
ate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi, Direction 
Eastern, p. 428. 

RAY, JOAN RENEE; Louisville, Cheer- 
leader, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Omega Psi 
Phi Pearl, Black Student Union, Univer- 
sity Ensemble, p. 428. 

RAY, ROBERT EARL; Covington, IED Club, 
p. 428. 

REAM, BYRON MARK; Plymouth, Ohio p, 
428. 

REAM, JUDY FENNER; Plymouth, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 428. 

REED, CAROL J.; Parksville. p. 428. 

REED, THOMAS W.; Lake Odessa, Michi- 
gan, Alpha Phi Sigma, Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, Association of 
Law Enforcement, p. 428. 

REFFITT, DAVID PAUL; Camaiso. p. 428. 

REID, THOMAS LEE; Lancaster, Ohio. p. 
428. 

RENTZ, MARCIA JEAN; Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta, Student Senate, SCEC. p. 
428 

REYNOLDS, EUGENE P. JR.; Versailles, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Young Democrats, p. 428. 

REYNOLDS, HAROLD DENNIS; Danville, p. 
428. 

REYNOLDS, NAZEL ILENE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, SCEC. p. 428. 

RHODUS, CAROL CARBONE; Valley Sta- 
tion, p. 428. 

RICE, BETTY ANN; Paris, Alpha Gamma 
Delta, p. 428. 

RICE, GEORGE LOVELL; Lexington, 
Omega Psi Phi, Treasurer, p. 428. 



RICE, ROSEMARY; Lexington, House 
Council — Treasurer, p. 428. 

RICHARDSON, KAREN RHODA MAE; 
Irvine, Agriculture Club, Biology Club, p. 
428. 

RICHARDSON, KENNETH D.; Irvine, Sigma 
Nu. p. 428. 

RICHERSON, JANICE E.; Lebanon, p. 428. 

RIDLEY, LASANDRA ELIZABETH; Louis- 
ville, Alpha Kappa Alpha — President, 
Kappa Delta Tau, SCEC, University 
Ensemble — Director, Young Demo- 
crats, Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 428. 

RIGGINS, JAMES L; Mintonville. p. 428. 

RILEY, REBECCA TODD; Irvine, Concert' 
Choir, Delta Omicron. p. 428. 

RISHER, GEORGE ALLEN; Johnstown, 
Pennsylvania, p. 428. 

RISMILLER, STEVEN HOMER; Versailles, 
Ohio. p. 428. 

ROBARDS, JOHN M., Springfield, p. 428. 

ROBERTS, JOHN STEVEN; Bethleham. p. 
429. 

ROBERTSON, KATHLEEN DURHAM; Leba- 
non, MENC p. 429. 

ROBINSON, JR., SAMUEL JONES; Rich- 
mond, Veterans Club. p. 429. 

ROBINSON, SHARON FAULKNER; Boone- 
ville, SNEA, Young Republicans, HPER, 
Pershing Rifles Drill Team. p. 429. 

RODGERS, CHARLES EDWARD; Somerset, 
Young Democrats — Vice President, p. 
429. 

ROE, MICHAEL PATRICK; Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio, Sigma Nu, Young Republicans, 
Direction Eastern, Newman Club, Kappa 
lota Epsilon — Secretary, p. 429. 

ROGERS, BARBARA ELLEN; Richmond, p. 
429. 

ROGERS, KATHIE JUNE; Newport, Sigma 
Tau Delta, Le Cercle Francais — Presi- 
dent, p. 429. 

ROSE, MARIANNE; Lexington, GROWTH, 
Alpha Phi Gamma, Milestone Staff, Art 
Club, Progress Staff, Student Photogra- 
pher, p. 429. 

ROSE, WILMA KATHRYN; Hazel Green, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 
429. 

ROTH II, HARRY LEWIS; Springfield, Ohio, 
Beta Theta Pi. p. 429. 

ROY, LANA FAYE; Somerset, Chemistry 
Club — Vice President, p. 429. 

ROYALTY, JAMES LINN; Shelbyville. p. 
431. 

ROYALTY, PAUL LYNN; Crestwood. p. 
431. 

RUDDER, MIKE O.; London, p. 431. 

RUE, KENNETH B.; Lexington, p. 431. 

RUFF, CAROLYN ANN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, HPER. p. 431. 

RUSSELL, CHERYL ANN; Louisville, HPER. 
p. 431. 

RUSSELL, PATRICIA KAY; Danville, p. 431. 

RUSTERHOLZ, SHIRLEY IRENE; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Marching Maroons, Concert 
Band, Kappa Delta Tau, Phi Beta 



574 INDEX & DIRECTORY / SENIOR CREDITS 



Lambda — Vice President, Oratorio 
Choir, p. 431. 

SALVUCCI, KATHY GAY; West Mifflin, 
Pennsylvania, p. 431 . 

SARGENT, JACKQUELINE LEE; Florence, 
Republican Club, Intermurals. p. 431 

SAWYER, WILLIAM CLAY; Louisville, Mile- 
stone — Editor, Alpha Phi Gamma — 
Treasurer, Student Senate, Sigma Tau Pi 
— Vice President, Student Publications 
Board, Collegiate Democrats, p. 431 

SCHLEIGH, CRAIG BRYAN; Fredericks- 
burg, Virginia, Baseball Team p 431 

SCHLOSSER. LINDA L.; Fort Thomas, 
Accounting Club. p. 431 

SCHOMAKER, ROGER G ; Newport, Delta 
Upsilon. p. 431. 

SCHORK, JANE LLOYD; Louisville, Alpha 
Delta Pi. p 431. 

SCHUMACHER, J. DANIEL; West Chester, 
Ohio. p. 431. 

SCHUMACHER, MARGARET FAYE; Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. p. 431. 

SCHWARTZ, PAULINE; Flemmgsburg, 
Kappa Delta Tau — Vice President, Phi 
Beta Lambda p. 431 

SCHWETTMAN, JEANNINE O; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, ROTC Sponsor, p. 
431. 

SCHWING, KENNY W.; Lawrenceburg. p. 
431 

SCOTT, GEORGE WILLIS; Shelbyville, 
American Marketing Association p. 431. 

SCOTT, JR., JAMES S.; Louisville, Counter 
Guerillas Raiders, p. 431. 

SCOTT, MARY LOU; Columbia, WRA. p. 
431 

SCOTT, PHYLLIS GRACE; Martin, Home 
Ec. Club. p. 431 

SCUDDER, WAYNE VERNON; Warsaw p. 
431. 

SEARCY, HOLLIS LEE; Louisville, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. p. 431 . 

SEARCH, TERESA ANN; Lexington, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, French Club, p 431 . 

SEBASTIAN, DARVIN EUGENE; Waddy, 
Military Police, Agriculture Club, Student 
Senate, p. 431 

SEFLOVIC, JAMES HENRY; Georgetown. 
p. 432. 

SEIFERID, DEBBIE ANN; Georgetown, Indi- 
ana, Sigma Alpha Eta, Catalina. p. 432. 

SEITER, RONALD A.; Marion, Ohio, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Track Team. p. 432. 

SEKURA, CAROL SUE; West Mifflin, Penn- 
sylvania, p. 432. 

SELDIN, DEBORAH, Beattyville.p. 432. 

SELLS, STEPHEN PAUL; Valley Station, 
Sigma Chi — Vice President, Interfrater- 
nity Council, p. 432. 

SENSEL, ELIZABETH ANN; Dayton, Ohio, 
Food and Nutrition Club, Phi Upsilon 
Omicron. p. 432. 

SENSEL, MAUREEN LYNN; Covington, 
Anglicans, WOS, WRA, HPER, CWENS, 
Catalina Club, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 
432. 



SETTLES, JEFFREY KAYS; Springfield, 
Kappa Alpha, p. 432. 

SEWELL, CHARLES BRITTAIN, Winchester, 
Counter-Guerrilla Raider Company, 
AUSA. p 432. 

SEWELL, NORMA BUSH, Winchester, Delta 
Omicron, MENC p. 432. 

SHEKELL, JOHN JEFFREY; Louisville, p 
432. 

SHELTON, KAREN E.; Louisville, Interdorm 
Council — Vice President, Kappa Delta 
Pi — Historian, Student Senate p. 432. 

SHEPHERD, WILLIAM MICHAEL; Dayton, 
Ohio. p. 432 

SHIPMAN, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Sidney, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta, College Republicans, 
p. 432. 

SHONERT, GENEVIEVE GRACE; Falmouth, 
Young Republicans p. 432. 

SHOUP. JAMES ROBERT; Stanford, p. 
432. 

SHRADER, SUSAN JEAN, Louisville, Chris- 
tian Student Fellowship, Circle K Sweet- 
heart, Oratorio Choir, Home Ec. Club, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron — Treasurer p. 
432. 

SHROUT, DAVID L , Mt Sterling, Pershing 
Rifles — Company Commander — 
Pledge Officer, p. 432. 

SHYE, CARL WHEELER, Lexington, Alpha 
Phi Sigma p 432 

SIDEBOTTOM, ROBERT RAY; Louisville, 
IED Club p. 432 

SIEREVELD, DAVID ANTHONY, Ft 
Thomas, Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Direction Eastern p 432 

SIMCOE, PAMELA L.; Shepherdsville, 
Kappa Delta, p. 432 

SIMPSON, DEBORAH ANN; Owenton, K- 
Mate. p 432. 

SIMPSON, JAMES F.; Chelsea, Massachu- 
setts p 432. 

SIMPSON, MARY SUSAN, Junction City p 
432 

SIMPSON, NANCEY MAE; Springfield, 
Sigma Alpha Eta, SCEC p. 432. 

SIMPSON, SHEARLY ELOISE; Anderson, 
Indiana, p. 432. 

SIMPSON, SUSAN GATES; Russell p. 433. 

SIMS, BRENDA DELORIS; Lily. p. 433. 

SIMS, LARRY B.; Mt. Olivet, HPER, Young 
Democrats, Eta Sigma Gamma, p. 433. 

SINGER, M CRAIG STEVEN; Los Angeles, 
California, Young Democrats, AUSA — 
Senior Cadet Advisor, p. 433. 

SIZEMORE, BRENDA N.; Hazard, p 433. 

SIZEMORE, MARY PAULETTE; London, 
SCEC — Treasurer, p. 433. 

SKEDEL, DEBORAH M.; Seward, Pennsyl- 
vania, Association of Law Enforcement, 
p. 433. 

SKEENS, KEN HAROLD; Pikeville. p. 433. 

SKIDMORE, JAMES M.; Harlan, p. 434. 

SKIDMORE, MARTHA LOU; Elizabethtown, 
Delta Omicron, Concert Choir, Oratorio 
Choir p. 434. 




Kreskin uses his amazing psychic ability 
to astound Eastern students. 



SLAUGHTER, DONALD LEE; Louisville, p. 
434. 

SLONE, ANDREW P , Lexington, Young 
Democrats, Veterans Club. p. 434. 

SLONE, ROBERT WAKEFIELD, Charles- 
town, Indiana, Kappa Mu Epsilon p 
434 

SMALL, ELISABETH ANNE REGINA, Lex- 
ington, Alpha Gamma Delta, Concert 
Choir. Catalina Club. p. 434, 

SMITH, ARLIENE; Manchester, Kappa Delta 
Pi, SNEA p. 434 

SMITH, BILLY CHARLES; Manchester p. 

434. 

SMITH, CONSTANCE R , Lovely p. 434 

SMITH, CYNTHIA M.; Louisville, Queen 
Athena, Gymnastics Club p 434. 

SMITH, DENNIS HOWARD; Ft Thomas, 
Sigma Nu, Treasurer p. 434. 

SMITH, JANET PAIGE; Greensburg, Kappa 
Delta Tau, Pledge Chairman, p. 434. 

SMITH, JEAN M., Lexington, p. 435 

SMITH, JOHN N.; Louisville, IED Club. p. 
435. 

SMITH, SHARON MARIE; Springfield p. 
435. 

SMITH. THOMAS ALLEN; Erlanger, Beta 
Theta Pi, Accounting Club. p. 435. 

SMITHER, BARBARA CAROLE; Pleasure- 
ville. p. 435 

SORRELS, MARILYN KAY; Ft. Mitchell, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Direction Eastern, p. 
435. 

SPALDING, SAMMY L; Lebanon p. 435. 

SPENCER, DONNA GAIL; Williamsburg, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron — Corresponding 
Secretary, Nutrition Club, Home Ec. 
Club. p. 435 

SPENCER, RICHARD ALAN, Louisville, 
Beta Theta Pi, lota Lambda Sigma, p. 
435. 

SPRINGATE, DONNA CAROL; Louisville, 



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SCEC — Vice President, ACE. p. 435. 

SPURLOCK, BRENDA JUNE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio. p. 435. 

STAGGS, GARY LEE; Fairfield, Ohio, Ath- 
letic Trainer, p. 435. 

STALLINGS, CHARLES O; Springfield, p. 
436. 

STANFIELD, VIRGINIA KELLEY; Flemmgs- 
burg, WRA, Women's Track & Field 
Team, HPER, Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa 
Delta Pi — President, Collegiate Penta- 
cle — Corresponding Secretary, Field 
Hockey Manager, p. 436. 

STANLEY, ROBERT EDWARD; Betsy 
Layne. p. 436. 

STAPLETON, DAVID LEE; Richmond, Vet- 
erans Club, SNEA. p. 436. 

STAZETSKI, KAREN J ; Donora, Pennsyl- 
vania, GROWTH, Young Democrats, p. 
436. 

STEILBERG, HERMAN RONALD; Louisville, 
p. 436. 

STERCHI, MARSHA FAYE; Valley Station, 
Chi Omega — Activities Chairman, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, HPER. p. 436. 

STERN, SAM; Champaign, Illinois, lota 
Lambda Sigma, IED Club — Treasurer, 
p. 436. 

STEVENS, KENT; Mt. Eden. p. 436. 

STEWART, LELAND EARL; Pineville, Wres- 
tling, p. 436. 

STEWART, MARGARET GAYLE; Perryville, 
ACE. p. 436. 

STIDHAM, DIANA P.; Hyden. p. 436. 

STILES, WANDA SUE; Howardstown, 
SNEA, CIRUNA — Vice President, p. 
436. 

STOFFREGEN, BRAD LOUIS; Hamilton, 
Ohio. p. 436. 

STOKES, EDDIE SULLIVAN; Fern Creek, p. 
436. 

STOKES, LEE DUNCAN; Louisville, p. 436. 

STOLT, RENA RUTH; Wyoming, Michigan, 




This is neither a rat trapped in a glass jar, 
nor an Eastern senior. It's freshman Mel- 
ody Wiedmer, longing to be a senior. 



Christian Science College Organization 
— Treasurer, p. 436. 

STONE, DAVID WENDELL; Bardstown. p. 
436. 

STOVALL, TERRY A.; Bremen, Alpha Phi 
Sigma, Association of Law Enforcement, 
p. 436. 

STRATTON, ROXIE CAROL; Harrodsburg, 
ACE, Kappa Delta Tau, Collegiate Penta- 
cle p. 436. 

STRICKLAND, JANICE LEE; Louisville, Chi 
Omega, Sigma Alpha Heta, Student Sen- 
ate, Milestone, p. 436. 

STROUD, SHARON GALE; Louisville, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 
436. 

SULLIVAN, JUDELLE; Greensburg, Kappa 
Delta Tau — President, p. 436. 

SULLIVAN, JUDITH C; Louisville, p. 436 

SUMNER, PATRICIA ANN; Whitley City, 
Home Ec. Club. p. 436. 

SUMNER, JR , WILLIAM EDWARD; Ft. 
Knox. p. 436. 

SUPPLEE, JONNIE MAC; Carrollton. p. 
436. 

SWANSON, THOMAS E; Louisville, Persh- 
ing Rifles — Chaplain, p. 436. 

SWEENEY, BETTY JEAN; Waynesburg. 
Baptist Student Union, p. 437. 

SWOPE, CARLA KAY; Dayton, Ohio, Pan- 
hellenic Council — President, Chi 
Omega, Center Board, Governance 
Committee, p. 437. 

SWORD, CLYDE S.; Middletown, Ohio. p. 
437. 

TACY, SUSAN ANN, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, Association of Law 
Enforcement, Young Republicans, p. 
437 

TALLENT, EDWIN MILLER; Albany p. 437. 

TATUM, THOMAS MICHAEL; Lebanon, 
Biology Club. p. 437. 

TAYLOR, TERRY CARLTON; Bloomfield. p. 
437 

TEDDER, J. DARRYL; Louisville, Veterans 
Club, Student Senate Representative, p. 
437. 

THOMA, JOHN J.; Sidney, Ohio. p. 437. 

THOMAS, PAULA MICHELLE; Louisville, p. 
437. 

THOMPSON, BILLY RAY; Fern Creek, p. 
437. 

THOMPSON, PAMELA KAY; South William- 
son, Young Republicans, Beta Theta Pi 
Daughter of the Diamond, p. 437 

THOMPSON, PRISCILLA, J.; Louisville, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Alpha Delta Pi, 
Homecoming Committee, p. 438. 

TIDWELL, C. THOMAS; Louisville, Phi 
Delta Theta. p. 438. 

TILLERY, LINDA; Richmond, WRA, Cam- 
pus Gold. p. 438. 

TIPTON, JAMES A.; Irvine, p. 438. 

TOMLINSON, WILLIAM ROY; Evarts, Span- 
ish Club. p. 438. 

TOROK, KAREN ELAINE; Jackson, p. 438. 



TORSTRICK, MICHAEL WAYNE; Louisville 
p. 438. 

TRAMMELL, ROGER WAYNE; Pine Knot 
College Republicans, Sigma Tau Pi. p 
438. 

TREES, CHRIS TINA; Louisville, p. 438. 

STEVEN BUSH; Richmond, p 



TRIBBLE, 
438. 



Pikeville, Theta Chi 



BARBARA ANN; Louisville, p. 



TRIMBLE, TERRY N. 
p. 438. 

TROSPER, BRENDA SUE; Corbm. p. 438. 

TRUAX, SANDRA RAE K.; Taylorsville. p. 
438. 

TRULOCK, MICHAEL L; Austin, Indiana, p. 
438. 

TULLY, DEBORAH GENE; Benton, Geology 
Club, Freshman Class Representative, p. 
438 

TURLEY, LAURA MARGUERITE; Ironton, 
Ohio, HPER, WRA, Kappa Delta, ROTC 
Sponsor, p. 438. 

TURNER, CARLIS EARL; Dayton, p. 438. 

TURNER, CLIFFORD H., Louisville, IED 
Club. p. 438. 

TURNER, DANIEL L; Richmond, p. 438. 

TURNER, LEONA; Jackson, p. 438. 

TURNER, WILLIAM MICHAEL; Louisville, 
Beta Theta Pi — Treasurer, Interfrater- 
nity Council — Secretary, p. 438. 

TURPIN, JAMES THOMAS; Dayton, Ohio, 
p. 438. 

TUSSEY, IRA JOE; David, Pershing Rifles, 
ROTC p. 438. 

UNSELD, 
438. 

UPCHURCH, WADE NELSON; Monticello, 
Basketball Team. p. 438. 

VAN BEVER, GLORIA D.; Somerset, Kappa 
Delta Tau, Collegiate Pentacle, Student 
Senate, Psi Chi. p. 438. 

VAN HOOK, LINDA N.; Somerset, Phi 
Omega Phi, Phi Kappa Phi. p. 438. 

VAN NATTA, BOBBY EVAN; Shelbyville, 
Sigma Chi, Gymnastics Team. p. 438. 

VAN SLYKE, DON WINSTON; Louisville, 
Track, SNEA, Student Senate, p. 440. 

VANOVER, JAMES RONNIE; Middlesboro, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 440. 

VANOVER, RONNIE WAYNE; Benham. p. 
440. 

VANZANT, ROGER DALE; Mt. Vernon, p. 
440. 

VAUGHN, ORLEEN; London, Home Ec. 
Club. p. 440. 

VICE, JANNA PARTIN; Williamsburg, 
CWENS — Secretary, Phi Beta Lambda 
— President, Pi Omega Pi President, 
Collegiate Pentacle — Vice President, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 440. 

VICE, WAYNE D.; Corbin. p. 440. 

VICKERS, MICHAEL J.; Cold Springs, p. 
440. 

VICTOR, LINDA DELAINE; Garrett, p. 440. 

VITATOE, LINDA JO; Wheelwright, p. 440. 

VLIEK, MELISSA R.; Oceanside, New York. 



576 INDEX & DIRECTORY / SENIOR CREDITS 



p. 440. 

VOTAW, GLORIA JILL; Harrodsburg, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Baptist Student Union 
Textiles and Design Club. WRA, House 
Council, Kappa Delta Tau, Student Sen- 
ate Representative p. 440. 

WADE, DAVID M.; Harrodsburg. p. 440 

WADE, DEBRA KAY; Ashland, Kappa 
Delta, p. 440 

WAGGENER, CONNIE WADE; Campbells- 
ville. p. 440. 

WAGNER, ROBERT JAMES; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Sigma Chi, Magister. p. 440 

WALTERS, DANIEL DEE; Newark, Ohio, 
Cheerleader, p. 440. 

WALTERS, LARRY EDWARD; Fairfield, 
Ohio, Phi Delta Theta, American Market- 
ing Association, p. 440 

WARD, CHARLES FARIS; Muses Mills, Col- 
lege Republicans, p. 440 

WARD, NANCY LYNNE; Greensburg, Indi- 
ana, Delta Omicron, MENC. p. 440 

WARDELL, THOMAS ALAN; Lexington, 
Circle K — President, Collegiate Demo- 
crats, Marketing Club. p. 440 

WARE, THOMAS CLAYTON; Paris p 440 

WARREN, KAREN BLOYD; Greensburg, 
HPER, AAHPER, SNEA, Alpha Delta Pi, 
Interdorm. p. 440 

WASHINGTON, JR., JOE IVA; Lynch, Foot- 
ball, FCA, Kappa Alpha Psi. p. 440 

WATHEN, HAZEL MARGARET; Henderson, 
Kappa Delta Tau — Recreation Chair- 
man, Catalina, Newman Apostolate, 
Young Democrats, HPER p. 440 

WATKINS, JOHN W.; Manchester, p. 440 

WATSON, JUDITH PYLE; Harlan p. 440 

WATSON, NEIL STANTON, Garrett p. 440 

WATSON, SYLVIA LEE; Walton p. 441 

WAUGH, DONNA RAYE; Carlisle, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Psi Chi, Collegiate Pentacle. p. 
441. 

WEBB, CHRISTOPHER J , Jackson, Michi- 
gan, Swimming Team, Omicron Alpha 
Kappa, E. Club. p. 441. 

WEBB, JOHN KEITH; Prestonsburg, Phi 
Kappa Alpha, EKU Players, Dance Thea- 
tre, p. 441 

WEBB, ROY ESTD; Willingboro, New Jer- 
sey p. 441 

WEBSTER, CINDY P.; Dry Ridge p. 441 

WEIMER, ROBERTA LOUISE; Louisville, 
Alpha Delta Pi. p. 441 

WELCH, JOY LYNN; Richmond p. 441 

WELLS, TERRY LYNN, Richmond p. 442. 

WEST, DOUG W ; Richmond, p. 442 

WESTERMAN, GLORIA L; Louisville, Biol- 
ogy Club, WRA — Vice President, Wom- 
en's Volleyball Team. p. 442. 

WESTERMAN, PAUL W.; Villa Hills p. 442. 

WESTRICH, WALTER NEAL; Okeana, Ohio, 
p. 442. 

WHEELER, BRENDA DAWNE; Salyersville, 
Sigma Tau Delta — President, Kappa 
Delta Pi — Secretary, Kappa Delta Tau, 



Aurora — Co-Editor, Student Senate, 
Oratorio Chours, College Republicans, 
Milestone Staff, Concert Choir, Canter- 
bury Club — Treasurer, Student Publica- 
tions Board, Direction Eastern, Senior 
Classical League, p. 442. 

WHEELER, DAVID KAY; Dayton. Ohio, Phi 
Alpha Theta. p. 442. 

WHEELER, DOUGLAS RICHARD; Bedford, 
p 442 

WHICKER, JILL SHANNON, McKee, Direc- 
tion Eastern, KYMA, Kappa Delta, Asso- 
ciation of Law Enforcement, Little Colo- 
nels Drill Team, Flag Squad, Marching 
Maroons p. 442. 

WHITAKER, CLIFFORD DALE; Cynthiana. 
p. 442. 

WHITAKER, SHEREE DAWN. Chavies 
p.442, 

WHITAKER, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Louisville, 
Young Democrats, Phi Alpha Theta p. 
442. 

WHITE, DAVID E ; Richmond, Omicron 
Alpha Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau 
Delta, Le Cercle Francias, Drum Ma|or, 
Marching Maroons, Kappa lota Epsilon. 
p. 443. 

WHITE, STEPHEN G . Frankfort, Phi Mu 
Alpha p. 443 

WHITSOM, WILLIAM SCOTT; Edgewood, 
Beta Omicron Gamma p. 443 

WICKLUND, ANDRA VAYE; Independence, 
p. 443 

WIDUP. ROBERT M ; Richmond p. 443. 

WIGGINTON, DONALD L; Louisville, Veter- 
ans Club p. 443 

WILBORN, SUSAN DARLENE; Shelbyville, 
CWENS, Kappa Delta Tau, Chamber 
Choir, Concert Choir, Orchestra, p. 443 

WILHELM, BRUCE WAYNE, Liberty p. 
443 

WILKINS, LIZABETH LEE; Dayton, Ohio, 
SNEA, Young Republicans, Alpha Delta 
Pi, College Panhellenic Association, 
French Club. p. 443 

WILLIAMS. BRENDA SUE; Lexington p. 
443. 

WILLIAMS, COLEEN ELAINE, Frankfort, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Tau p. 
443 

WILLIAMS, DONALD LOUIS; Shelbyville, 
Baseball team p. 443. 

WILLIAMS, MARK HUSTON; Lexington, 
IED Club — Vice President, lota Lambda 
Sigma — President, Academic Advising 
Committee, p. 443. 

WILLIAMS, RANDALL H.; Frankfort, p. 443 

WILLIAMS. ROBERT LEE; South Ports- 
mouth, p. 443. 

WILLIAMS, TED JAMES; Mason, Ohio p. 
443. 

WILLIAN, BILLY JOE; Hodgenville. p. 443. 

WILLIAN, SUSAN SHEWMAKER; Harrods- 
burg. p. 443. 

WILSON, JUDITH ANN; Brooksville. p 443 

WILSON, KAREN SUE, Falmouth p. 443. 
WILSON, LEWIS II; Berea. University Play- 



ers, Orchestra SIMS 
443. 



President, p. 



WILSON, REBECCA JEAN; Harrodsburg, 
Alpha Delta Pi. Little Sigma p. 443. 

WILSON, ROSANA H , Richmond p. 443 

WILSON, TERRY ALLEN, Richmond, p. 
443 

WILSON, WAYNE, Tampa, Florida, E Club, 
Football Manager, p 443. 

WINBURN, JR . EUGENE WILLIAM; Louis- 
ville, Philosophy Club, Marketing Club — 
Vice President, Inter-dorm — Vice Presi- 
dent, p. 443. 

WINNER, CATHY LOUISE, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Geology Club — Treasurer, p. 
443 

WISE, BRENDA R ; Danville p. 443 

WITT, ARNOLD RAY, Goshen, Indiana, 
Sigma Nu p. 444 

WITT, HARAN EDMOND; Holmes Mill p 
444 

WITT, JAMES DAVID; Mount Vernon, p. 
444 

WITT, MALCOMB M , Paris p. 444 

WOLF, ROBERT LEE, Louisville, Gymnastic 
Team p 444 

WOLFE, DENNIS RAY; Covington, 
Accounting Club. Interdorm Council, p. 
444 

WOLFZORN, ROBERT ALLEN, Fort 
Thomas p 444 

WONG, T J , Hong Kong, Sigma Chi p. 
444. 

WOOD, MICHAEL GLENN; Pleasureville. p. 
444. 

WOOLDRIDGE, KATHY DARLENE; Owens- 
boro, Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 444. 

WORLAND, MARGARET ANN; Louisville, 
p. 444 

WOZNY, MARY ANN; Louisville, Biology 
Club — President, p 444. 

WREN, ALVIN, Gravel Switch p 444 

WRIGHT, GARRY WENDELL; Somerset, p 
444 

WRIGHT, JR , JAMES E ; Louisville p 444 

WRIGHT, JANE E ; Prestonsburg p. 444. 

WRIGHT, NORMAANNE, Junction City, 
HPER, WRA, Track and Field Intercollegi- 
ate p 444. 

YOUNG, DEBORAH ANN; Danville, Track 
Team, Young Republicans p. 445. 

YOUNG, DONALD LEON; Steubenville, 
Ohio p. 445 

YOUNG, JOHN C ; Trinidad, West Indies, 
Tennis Team p. 445. 

ZAENGLEIN, PRISCILLA ELLEN; Botkins, 
Ohio, Newman Center, Grotto Club p. 
445 

ZIERES, BRENDA A., Liberty, New York, 
HPER, Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi. 
p 445 

ZION, DENNIS C; Bellevue. p. 445 



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Index and Directory 



Abbott. Charlotte A 527 

Abbott, Daryl R 

Abbott, Deborah L 210, 219. 371. 

385 
Abbott. Jil M 499 
Abbott. Joan 
Abbott. Larry P 
Abbott, Linda M 
Abbott, Pamela K 527 
Abdoo. Frank B 
Abdulkadir. Helen P 
Abel, Jeannette M 
Abell. George H Jr 385 
Abell. James M 
Abell. Joseph F Jr 527 
Abernathy, Dianna L 527 
Abernathy, William A 
Abner, Asa D 

Abner. Charlie Jr 21 5, 298. 385 
Abner, Debbie A 
Abner, Millie E 
Abner, Richard G 
Abner. Ronnie 298 
Abney. Cecil 172, 346 
Abney, George K 
Abney. Joanne C 
Abney, Joseph T 251. 499 
Abney, Robert S 
Abney. William M 499 
Aboud, Bonnie M 288. 385 
Abraham, Ben L 
Abraham. Frank L 
Abraham, Leona R 385 
Abrams. Anna F 
Abrams. Robert C 
Abrams, Robin A 499 
Abshear. Marthalyn B 
Abshear, Paula G 
Aboud, Bonnie 344 
Achtzehn. Richard H 260. 446 
Ackerman, Nancy T 
Ackers. Larry 161 
Ackley. Robert J 
Adair, Kenneth A 
Adams, Betty L H 
Adams, Charlotte 
Adams. Cornelia 
Adams, Donna G 343. 385 
Adams, Evelyn D 462 
Adams, Frances L 327. 385 
Adams, Gary W 385 
Adams, Halbert E 
Adams, Hazel A 499 
Adams, lona L 
Adams. James L 385 
Adams. James L Jr 
Adams. James R 
Adams, John R 527. 260 
Adams. John W III 550 
Adams, Jonathan D 
Adams. Jorecia 527 
Adams, Judith F 
Adams, Judy G 
Adams, Judy V 
Adams, Kathy R 
Adams. Kearney R 
Adams, Kevin J 
Adams, Linda L 215 
Adams, Lynn C 
Adams, Mary V. 527 
Adams, Mattie L 446 
Adams, Miriam M 
Adams, Richard H 
Adams, Ruth A B. 
Adams. Sandra L R 
Adams. Sandra S 
Adams. Sarah T 288, 499 
Adams, Timothy C 
Adams. William B 499 
Adams. William D 
Adams. William E 527 
Adams, William G 348 
Adams, William O 274, 321 
Adams, Wilma J 
Adamson. Brenda L 345. 527 
Adcock, Carolyn S 473 
Addison. Margaret S 527 
Adkms. Bertee 219. 385 
Adkms, Brenda S 
Adkms, Danny D 



Adkms, Dewey L 

Adkms. Earl D 

Adkms, Fon J 

Adkms, James E 527 

Adkms, Judieth A R 

Adkms. Roger H 

Adkms. Rosalind 

Adkms. Rusan L 350. 385 

Adkms, Thomas J ill 

Age, Steven M 499 

Agee, Bruce C 

Agee, Eleanor R 

Agee, J B Jr 

AGRICULTURAL CLUB 371 

Aguirre. Augusto F. 348. 364. 499 

Ahern, Albert M 

Aiken. David S 342. 499 

Akers. Jeftery L 499 

Akers. Jon R 

Akers. Larry B 

Akers, Margaret J 

Akers, Randall 

Akers. S Michael 

Akin, George B 

Akin, Joseph W 322 

Akms. Debbie L 

Akms, Terry L 

Akiyama. Takahide 

Akndge. Herbert H Jr 560 

Albaugh, Leonard L 

Albrechi, Peter J 

Albright, James L 215. 385 

Albritton, Wayne M 

Albro, Joyce M 385 

Alcorn. Jennie L 

Alcorn, Judy C 

Alcorn, Patty J 527 

Alcorn, Randell 

Alcorn, Wilma L 385 

Alderson. Judy M 385 

Aldndge, James A 

Alexander. Aimee H 

Alexander, Charles S 

Alexander. Joseph S 

Alexander, Judy J 499 

Alexander, Keith S 

Alexander. Nancy K P. 

Alexander, Patricia S 

Alexander. Ronald J 288 

Alexander, Shirley M 385 

Alexander, Tom G 

Altord. David A 473 

Alford, James H 385 

Alford. Larry E 

Algier, Carol 218 

Algier, Laloni J 

Algier, Madeline J 

Aliff. Carolyn S 

Allen. Allene F 

Allen. Blanda K 369, 473 

Allen, C Richard Jr 172.212,377, 

385. 379 
Allen, Charles R 473 
Allen. Dorothy S 362 
Allen. Elizabeth 350. 527 
Allen, Elmo B 
Allen, Emma J 289. 473 
Allen, Ethel M 
Allen. Hilda F 
Allen, Jack A 
Allen. James H. 342 
Allen, Jo E 527 
Allen, John F 
Allen, Judy L 288, 499 
Allen, Karen 211, 350. 499 
Allen, Kirby L 
Allen, Larry O 385 
Allen, Laura J. 
Allen. Mike L 527 
Allen, Mona L 
Allen, Pamela L 99. 313 
Allen, Paul H 
Allen, Robert C 
Allen, Ronald 
Allen. Ronald G 
Allen, Stanley D 
Allen. Steven W 
Allen. William C 
Allen. William R 
Allen, Yvon 



Allen. Yvonne E 210. 219. 369. 

385 
Alley, Dennis K 385 
Alley. Gary D 
Alley. Michael J 303. 411 
Alley, Rebecca S 
Alley. Thomas G 
Allison, Larry G 
Allison, Thomas E 
Allison, Wanda L 
Allison. William R 
Allphm, Robert H Jr 
ALPHA DELTA PI 292 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 290 
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 295 
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 218 
ALPHA PHI GAMMA 219 
ALPHA PHI SIGMA 214 
ALPHA PSI OMEGA 217 
ALPHA SIGMA UPSILON 346 
Alston. John P 
Alstott, Marvin J 260 
Alsup, Rodney G 385 
Alton. Kathy K 473 
Ambler, Rowena E 
Ambrose. Elizabeth P 
Ambrose, Kathleen A 499 
Ambrose, Martha E 371. 527 
Ambrose, Pamela D 385 
Amburgey, Arnold Jr 
Amburgey. Barbara S 
Amburgey, Connie Y 
Amburgey, Deborah L 
Amburgey, Kanon L 473 
Amburgey, Margaret S 
Amburgey, Roger D 
Amburgey. Stephen G 
Amburn. Thomas A 499 
Amerine, Bryan J 
Ames. Abbe D 350. 527 
Anders, Betty J 
Anders, William D 297 
Anderson, Amy J 
Anderson, Brenda K 527 
Anderson. Carl W 
Anderson, Carol L 211, 499 
Anderson, Conny E 
Anderson, Donna L 
Anderson, Earl 
Anderson, George A 
Anderson, Holly B 
Anderson, James M 385 
Anderson. Joseph A 
Anderson, Judy 195 
Anderson. Larry D 321 
Anderson, Leslie L 
Anderson, Mae B 
Anderson, Michael S 
Anderson. Nancy P 527 
Anderson. Patricia A 473 
Anderson. Richard A 
Anderson, Rita S 
Anderson, Shirlene 527 
Anderson, Shirley L 
Anderson, Steve A 499 
Anderson, Sue 123 
Andrews. Anne C 
Andrews. Cynthia R 
Andrews. Gail P 
Anello, Cecilia 499 
Angel. Barbara R 
Angell, Patricia J 
Angle, Darrel W 
Annas. Sandra K H 
Annas. Victor S 
Anness, Rita G M 
Anselmo, Joseph C 223 
Ansley, James G 527 
Antle, Jimmy D 
Antle. Roy D 
Apple, James L 
Applegate, Kimberly D 
Applegate, Stephen W 
Applegate. Teresa A 343, 527 
Arbogast. Gary W 446 
Arbuckle, Betsy M 
Arcangeli. Kay W 446 
Archer, Edgar G 
Archer, Howard P 
Argabnght. Daniel S 232. 234. 



385. 233, 237 
Argenbnght. Delaine 
Arlinghaus, James A 473 
Armstrong, Betty B 
Armstrong, Dr Richard F 165 
Arnett, Linda S 
Arnetl, Robert D 
Arnett, Victor E 
Arnold, Ann K 
Arnold, Art B 
Arnold, Betty F P 
Arnold. Doug E 527 
Arnold, Gary M 
Arnold, Gloria S 527 
Arnold, John S 385 
Arnold. John W Jr 305 
Arnold. Kathy G 
Arnold. Linda M 527 
Arnold, Lydia F 349, 473 
Arnold, Scott K 
Arnold, Scott T. 499 
Arnold, Vivian R 
Arnold. Wes 244, 245. 248 
Arnsparger. Nancy J 473 
Art. Marilyn W 
Arthur, Alva L 
Arthur, James D 
Arthur, James L 527 
Arthur, Wallace H 
Arvm. Carmon G. 473 
An/in, Robert L 
Asberry, Janice K 
Asbury, Fawn 499 
Asbury. Sharon A 
Ashby. Gary L 250. 251 
Ashby. Kimberly H 
Ashcratt, Betty R 
Asher. Curtis J, 
Asher, Dana L 371, 385 
Asher, Herman 473 
Asher. Julie D 527 
Asher. Michael J 
Asher. Noah M 
Asher, Robert C 
Ashley. Loretta J 
Ashrat, Mohsen 
Ashworth. Clark S 305 
Assanuvat. Sithi 348 
ASSOCIATIONS 67 
ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD 

EDUCATION 371 
ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT 

NURSING 368 
ASSOCIATION OF U S ARMY 363 
Atha. Kathy A 
Atha, Sheila F 
Atkins, Lorna K 
Atkins. Ronnie D. 316 
Atkinson, Becky A 21 1 . 499 
Atkinson, Jo Anne 
Atkinson. John D 
Atkinson, Paul D 346 
Atkisson. Thomas A 
Atlas, Barbara H 
Atwood, Ebba L 473, 502 
Atwood. Janet D 
Au, Shun Yee 
Auberry, Mary J 386 
Aubrey. David A. 
Aubrey. Richard D 386 
Aulick, Cyndi A 527 
Ault, Steven L 346 
AURORA 372 
Ausherman. Margaret L 
Ausmus, Kathryn J H 
Austin. David J 214, 254, 446 
Austin, Greg L 
Austin, Phillip R 
Auxier. Mary J 
Auxier, Patsy L 
Avenll, Laura J 211, 499 
Aydt, Janet S 473 
Aydt, Paula L 473 
Ayers, Gary S 386 
Ayers. Roger W 386 
Ayers. Vicki A 213. 386 
Ayette. Anthony A 499 
Aylen, Virginia L 
Ayres, Deborah B 527 
Ayres. Harvey D 



Azbill. Lois W 

Azbill, Robert N 

Babb. Danny R 305. 499 

Babb, Lewis 

Babbage. Robert A 194.212 373 

386, 319 
Babcock, Robin G 
Baber, Douglas A 216, 369, 386 
Baber, Alan 352 
Baber, James L 386 
Baber. Roy T 
Bach, Betty J 527 
Bachelor. Linda S 
Bachelor, Marvin M 
Bachman, James R 
Bachman, Jane A 
Bachus, Susan J 369, 473 
Back, Gary W 527 
Back, Lorna J 
Backus. Richard G 
Bacon, Anne S 499 
Bacon. Horace S 
Bacon, Patricia R 
Bacon. William H 
Bader. John G Jr, 
Bader, Kathleen R. 
Badessich. Carlos A 446 
Badgett. Barbara N 499 
Badgett. Rachel C 
Badgett. Dr Tom 157 
Badishian, Deborah A 313. 499 
Baechtold, James E 
Bagby, Cara M 419, 473 
Baierlem, William R, 
Bailes. Steven R 527 
Bailey, Barbara J 499 
Bailey. Becky S 346 
Bailey, David K 
Bailey, Deborah F. 575 
Bailey, Dennis P 
Bailey, Gary S 386 
Bailey. Georgia I 
Bailey. Gerald R 473 
Bailey. Henry E 499 
Bailey, Jacob T. 386 
Bailey. Karen L 305. 327, 462, 527 
Bailey, Karen L 
Bailey, Larry 380 
Bailey. Louis J 
Bailey, Michael E 
Bailey, Oscar L 
Bailey. Patna G 
Bailey. Paula G 527 
Bailey. Philip D 
Bailey, Stephen C 371, 473 
Bailey, Talley 214 
Bailey. Thomas W 
Bailey, Wayne R. 305 
Baird, Cloyde R 
Baird, Kathy S 527 
Baird, Ledford A 
Baird, Nancy S 527 
Bakenhester. Eugene R. 386 
Baker, Arthur T 
Baker. Audrey M 
Baker. Barbara S 
Baker, Barry L 
Baker, Bevie J 
Baker, Bonnie J 499 
Baker, Carta J 355 
Baker, Charles D 
Baker. Christopher T. 
Baker, Coleen E 
Baker. Connie D 
Baker, Deborah A 527 
Baker. Demse E 369. 499 
Baker, Dwayne 
Baker, Edward A 
Baker. Estelle G 
Baker, Frank L Jr 386 
Baker. Fred 527 
Baker, Gary L 527 
Baker. Gary W 
Baker, Glenn D 
Baker. James P 
Baker, Janet L 473 
Baker. Joel G 473 
Baker, Judy A 473. 499 
Baker. Judy A 
Baker, Landis 352 



The listing begun on this page is intended to 
serve as a directory of the 1972-73 Eastern 
Kentucky University student body and as a stu- 
dent, faculty and activity index. Names of stu- 



dents who are pictured in the MILESTONE are 
followed by page numbers. The names of fac- 
ulty pictured are printed in italic type. Activities 
and organizations covered are capitalized. 



578 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Baker, Leslie B 

Baker, Linda K 340, 499 

Baker. Madahne E 

Baker, Mary P. 

Baker, Maurice W 527 

Baker, Michael S 527 

Baker, Milton E 

Baker, Nina J 527 

Baker. Pamela S 

Baker. Paul 

Baker, Paul V 

Baker, Ruie 

Baker, Virginia 

Baker. Winifred A 

Bakos, Beth A 527 

Balcom, Ronald F 

Baldndge, Janie R 

Baldwin, Alice H 

Baldwin, Charles E 

Baldwin, Mary 

Baldwin, Mary E 

Bales. Debra L. 473 

Bales. James S 

Bales, Joan E 214. 473 

Ball, Barbara J 386 

Ball, Clinton E 

Ball. Constance S 194. 212, 379. 

386 
Ball, Darrell T 
Ball. Elizabeth A 
Ball, Larry D 
Ball. Philip C 
Ball, Sandra A 
Ballard, Cathy S 527 
Ballard, Charles E 527 
Ballard, Janice C 527 
Ballard. Lloyd D 
Ballard, Paul D 258, 322 
Ballard. Robed L 
Ballew. James E 329 
Balmos, William H 341, 527 
Balser. Judith A 527 
Baltzley, Cynthia K 327. 473 
BAND DAY 126, 506 
Bandura. Stephen D Jr 214 
Bandura. Stephen D Jr 342. 386. 

346 
Bandy, Michael D 
Bane, Deborah L 
Bangs, Bonnie J 327, 386 
Banks. Roma F 386 
Banks, Wade N 

Bankston. Gwendolyn J 292. 499 
Banta. Wilma J 
Banzhat, Barbara A 
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 288 
Barbee, James H 
Barber, Brenda K 499 
Barber, Bruce J 257. 342. 473 
Barber, James R 
Barbour, Dennis R 241 
Barclay, Russell C 
Bardwell, Tyne B 315. 528 
Bartield. Cheryl L 386 
Barlield, Deborah C 293 
Barger. Gloria L 386 
Barger, Mary C 
Barger. Michael W 
Bargo, Elizabeth 
Bargo, Gloria A 386 
Bargo. Lola M 
Bargo. Robert F 
Bargo, Wallace R 



Barker, Barbara G 528 

Barker. Carol F 

Barker. Deborah W 

Barker. John P. 

Barker, Mavin K 386 

Barker, Nicholas D 

Barker, Pamela J 

Barker, Patricia M 

Barkley, Dwight G 1 51 , 371 

Barkley. William B 

Barksdale, Milton K 218 

Barlow, Charles S 

Barlow. James L 499 

Barlow, Leroy L 140 

Barlow, Linda E 

Barn, Elspeth M 348 

Barnard, Charles J 360 

Barnard, Jeanna L 499 

Barnard, Michael M 

Barnard. Roderick L 305 

Barnes. Bonnie D 560 

Barnes, Clara J 

Barnes, Clifton E Jr 528 

Barnes, Donnie G 

Barnes, Eugene N 

Barnes. Gerald E 219, 446 

Barnes. Isa V H 

Barnes. Judy G 

Barnes, Mary S 

Barnes, Patsy C 499 

Barnes. Robed D 386 

Barnes, Stephanie L 

Barnes, Suzanne E 462. 4?3 

Barnes. Terry S 

Barnes, William T 

Barnett, Glenda K 386 

Barnett, James 306 

Barnett, James 

Barnett, Jeflery L 

Barnett, Lana K 

Barnett, Lee H 

Barnett. Linda C 499 

Barnett, Mary M 528 

Barnett. Sara S 386 

Barnett, Sondra J 560 

Barnett, Susan J 462 

Barnette, Philip L 

Barney, Patricia L 528 

Barnhardt. Larry J 

Barnhart. Roger A 528 

Barnhill. Donna R 

Barnott, Fred D 528 

Barondick, Michele M 266. 499 

Barr, Dixon A 1 74 

Barrett. Toni J E. 

Barrett. William E 

Barrow. John W Jr 528 

Barry, Michael B 

Barry, Pauline H 

Barsotti. Martin J 321, 330, 473 

Badelmay, Gregory L 

Barth, Kimberly A 528 

Barthen, Jill A 210, 386 

Bartle, Billy J 

Bartley. David M 

Bartley. Dennis D 

Bartley, Michael D 

Bartley, Phyllis S 

Bartley, Thomas D 

Bartlow, Jim 

Bartolutti. Joseph J 319 

Barton. James B 

Barton, Phyllis C 212. 377. 379, 



473 
Barton, Yvonne S 473 
BAKSETBALL. WOMEN'S 269 
BASKETBALL 232 
Bascom. George N 
BASEBALL, COLONELS 251 
Basham, Roger L 386 
Baskette. Hugh M Jr 446 
Bass, Lee E 
Bassett, Ronald E 
Bassler, Stephen C 528 
Bastin, William S Jr 528 
Basye, Marjone R 
Batch. Mary E 
Bates. Charlene 
Bates. Danny J 
Bates. Deborah S 
Bates. Debra R 
Bales. Everett F 
Bates, George O 
Bates. James W 
Bates. Jennifer L 
Bates. Obie G 499 
Bathiany, Deborah L 473 
Batte, Marvin T 371, 499 
Batts, James W 
8atts, John L 346. 386 
Batts, Teresa J 473 
Bauer, Bruce H 
Bauer, Robert V 218 
Baugh, Jeff R 
Baugh, Mary E 
Baughman, Bonnie B 
Bauhan, Connie S 210. 293. 386 
Baumgardner, Vivian F 473 
Baumgartner, Walter A 
Bausch, Margaret E 528 
Baxter, Alfred M Jr 
Baxter, Steven G 
Baxter, Tonselara 528 
Bayer. Dorothy L 213, 219, 287, 

372. 387 
Bayes, Vicki L 
Bayne. Tommy L 
Beach, Brenda K 528 
Beach, Gloria R 
Beach, Larry W 
Beach. Paul R 
Beall, Thomas S 
Beam, Betty C 361. 387 
Beam, Deborah A 528 
Beam. Elizabeth C 
Beam. John R Jr 387 
Beam, Stephen A 
Bean, Barbara A T 
Bean, Judith A 473 
Bean. Richard H 
Beane, William S 
Beard, Bruce J 
Beard, Dennis J 
Beard, Shirley D 
Beard. Shirley M 473 
Beard, William J 387 
Bearse, Bill 251 
Beardsley, Betty J 
Beardsley. Emily S 
Beaston, Kathleen A 528 
Beaumont. Shern A 
Beaver, Guy M 341, 473 
Beavers, Deborah G 
Beazley. Connie S 
Beban, Stephen L 315 
Beck, Douglas A 499 




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Beck. Linda S 473 

Beck. Phyllis J 

Beck. Rudolph W 

Beck. Susan J 350. 528 

Becker, Dorolhea M. 

Becker, Irene S 

Becker, Mary E 

Becker, Stanley F Jr 528 

Becker. Terry A 292. 473 

Beckler, James F 499 

Beckner, Patricia H 

Beckner. Robert 

Becvar. Douglas J 

Beddow, Martha R 

Bedore, Jeanetle M 293, 387 

Bee. Richard A 499 

Beebe. Leslie A 

Beegle, Brenda K 292. 500 

Beeler, Alan 352 

Beeler, Jacob W 

Beeler. James O 

Beeler, Mary L 

Beeler, Patricia F 

Beeler, Robert W 

Beeler. Sister Mary 

Beeson, Lisbeth J 473 

Beeson. Robert L Jr 346. 473 

Begley, Barbie T 

Begley, Bruce B 473 

Begley. Deborah S 96. 324 

Begley, Deborah S 

Begley. Elizabeth 

Begley, Geneva B 

Begley, Granville 

Begley, James 

Begley, Jean R 

Begley, John W 284, 387 

Begley, Joyce A M 

Begley, Kenneth W 

Begley, Lena D 

Begley, Linda L 387 

Begley, Ralph D 446 

Begley. Robert 128, 129 

Begley. Rosemary L 

Begley, Serena K 

Begley. Starla S 

Begley, Walter D 

Begley, William 

Begley, William E 387 

Behanan, Linda S 294 

Behrens. Martha S 292. 473 

Behymer, Sydney E 

Beitler, Rita M 473 

Belcher, Duane L 

Belcher, Gerald G 

Belcher, Kathy T 387 

Belcher, Nancy C S 

Belger, Marsha 

Belgrade, Peafl 

Bell, Belsey L 194,212,373,387 

Bell. James 316 

Bell, Martha A 

Bell. Mary J 

Bell, Rebecca C 

Bell, Ronald J 

Bell, Sara E 

Bell. William A 

Bell. William S 529 

Bellairs, Deborah K 500 

Bellairs. Donald E Jr 

Bellairs. Mary 

Bellamy, Deborah J 500 

Bellamy, Donnda J 

Bellamy. Margaret C 387 

Bellamy. Marguerite B 

Bellamy. Pnscilla 500 

Bellando, Lila D 

Bellinger, Adana P 

Bellinger, Dennis S 473 

Bender. Angela F 288, 473 

Bender, Kenneth C 264 

Benge. Carl D 

Benge, Mary E 

Benge, Norma J 

Benjamin. Barry K 

Benjamin, Edward A 

Bennett. Alma J 

Bennett. Carolyn E C 

Bennett. Clyde T 

Bennett, Daniel D 529 

Bennett, Darns W 500 

Bennett. David L 

Bennett. David N 

Bennett. Gary C 

Bennett, Gary W 

Bennett, Herbert S 500 

Bennett, Jimmie A 

Bennett. Judy G 210,214.219, 

387 
Bennett. Linda S 500 
Bennett. Lois V 
Bennett, Norman L 
Bennett. Patricia A 388 
Bennmgtieid, Robert 
Bennings. John T 
Bensmg. Gayle A 529 
Benson, Donald 
Benson, Gayle E 
Benson, Linda J 500 
Benson, Richard L 217 
Benson, Susan A 293 
Bentle. Mary K 473 
Bentley, Bettnia J 144.264.473 



Benlley, Cessie M 

Bentley, Glenna D 474 

Bentley, Sandra K 388 

Benton. Brenda J 529 

Benton, Carhles E II 

Benton, Kathy R 313 

Benton, Nolan R. II 

Benton. Sandy L 

Benwell, Thomas E Jr 

Benz. Richard C 474 

Benzel, Dennis M 

Berbench, Cathy M 

Berdine. Sergeant Casius 264 

Berenbroick, Starr H 361, 500 

Berge. Theodore J 

Bergman. Ronald E 

Bergmann. Guenter E 

Bergmann. Horst W 

Berkheiser, Barbara E 

Berkheiser, Samuel W 

Berlin, Teresa A 292 

Berndt, Jane A 529 

Berndt, Mary E 

Berner, Joseph P Jr 

Berner, Susan L 

Berner, Sandra L 529 

Berry. David S 529 

Berry, Dennis K 

Berry, Donna L 500 

Berry. Georgietla L 529 

Berry. Rolland H 

Berry. Sandra Lee 446 

Berry, Ulysses G 

Berry, Wanda L 294. 388 

Berry, William C 

Berryman. David L 

Bersaglia, Rosena 474 

Bersagha. William G 346, 474 

Bertelson. Dale R 

Bertram. Cletus M 

Bertram. Lynda S 3 1 3. 33 1 . 388 

Bertram, William J 

Bertrand, Anita L 529 

Bertrand, Robert J Jr 500 

Bertrand, Susan A 388 

Best, Alton G 

Best. Patricia D 500 

BETA OMICRON GAMMA 299 

BETA THETA PI 297 

Bettis, Taylor M 

Bettler, Dr Alan 166 

Betz, Eveanna K 377, 474 

Bevms, Dinah R 

Bevms. Jacqueline J 

Bibbs. Anna M 

Bibee. Beverlee A 

Bibelhausen, Nancy J 211.324. 

500 
Bickers. Daniel K 
Biddle. Paul A 
Biddle. Randall L 
Biddulph, Sydney J 
Bidwell, Charles R 388 
Bidwell, Delena C 462 
Biehn, Mary A 529 
Bielecki, Richard J 
Bielecki, Sara R 
Bielefeld, Janet M 529 
Bteniek, Cheryl L 529 
Bilger, Marsha A 500 
Bihter, Honsel C 
Biliter. Mary B 
Biljer. Marsha 268 
Billings, Patricia L 
Billiter. Michael R 
Billups. Lora L 474 
Binggeli, William L 
Biondo, David M 
Birch. Alvm 225 
Birchfield, Harold W 
Bird. Joy E 
Bird. Nancy E 
Bird. Sarah F 529 
Birge, Linda M 388 
Birkle. Mollie J 529 
Bisceglia, Mary S 529 
Bischoff, Steve J 
Bisher. Bruce L 500 
Bishop, Clay M 500 
Bishop, David M 
Bishop, Dwight K 529 
Bishop. Gayle 
Bishop, James R 
Bishop, Joseph B 
Bishop, Laura L 
Bishop. Mane A 
Bishop. Victoria R 
Bisig, Daniel G 529 
Bisig, James C 316. 388 
Bisio. Cynthia A 
Biven. Thomas A 
Black, Ann R 
Black. Barbara A 268 
Black, Charles A 
Black, Charles D 
Black. Charles E 
Black. Connie L 327. 389 
Black. Debbie A 389 
Black, Donna F 

Black. Douglas K 287. 363, 500 
Black. Gregory H 529 
Black. James G 
Black, Jerry W 529 
Black, John W 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 579 



Black, Kathy J 529 

Black, Kennelh C 

Black. William D 

Blackburn, Bill R 306. 529 

Blackburn, Carolyn G 529 

Blackburn, David C 

Blackburn, Donald W 

Blackburn, George C 500 

Blackburn. Larry W 389 

Blackburn. Marcella M 

Blackburn, Mary A 

Blackburn. Randall 

Blackburn, Rickey L 

Blackburn, Winona R 529 

Blackman, Gordon R 

Blackwell. Meredith A 446 

Blair, Jack H 

Blair, James F 500 

Blair, James R 389 

Blair, Joyce A A 202. 389 

Blair, Kenneth 

Blair. Paul E 389 

Blair. Rhonda L 389 

Blair. Robert E 

Blair. Sally 389 

Blair, Thomas D 

Blair, William E 

Blake, Brenda L 

Blake. Howard D 446 

Blake. Sara E 529 

Blakeman, Anne S. 474 

Blakeman, Brenda K 

Blakeman, Carol A 

Blakemore. Wooltolk H 

Blakey. Ann C 

Blanc, Linda C 474 

Blanchard. Elizabeth 

Bland. Mary M 474 

Bland. Michael L 462 

Bland. Timothy S 

Blandtord, Barbara S 

Blantord. James M 529 

Blank, Mary P 

Blank. Patti A 500 

Blankenship, Billy S 

Blankenship, Henry T 

Blankenship, Orville 

Blankenship, Page C 529 

Blankenship, Paula V 

Blankenship. Roger D 389 

Blanton, Peggy R 389 

Blanton. William M 

Blaske. Donna D 

Blaske. Stephen F 

Blaylock, David F 

Blaylock. Joyce A 

Blaylock, Laura S 

Bledsoe, Dons E 213. 389 

Bleevirt, Kenny 322 

Blessing, William D 

Elevens. Denise K 340 

Blevms. Emily A 529 

8levins. Gail E 

Blevms, Gail I 462 

Blevms. Martha S 389 

Blevms. Mary L 

Blevms. Michael L 474 

Blevms. Ralph G 

Blevms. Thomas A 298 

Blewitt. Kenneth J 251 

Blmcoe, Thomas C 306 

Blizzard. Mary E 327. 351 

Bloomer, Mary Lee V 529 

Blum, John C 500 

Blunschi. Betty 

Blunschi. Joette 529 

Blythe. Robert R 185. 446 

Boardman, Karen L 

Boardman. Linda L R 529 

BOARD OF REGENTS 128 

Boatnght, Linda S 294, 474 

Bodey, Thomas A 251. 500 

Bodme, Linda D 474 

Bodnar. Sharon L 343. 529 

Boes. Linda A 529 

Boesmg. Stephen A 

BOG COUNTY FAIR 28. 299. 240, 

569 
Bogdan, Daniel J 
Boggess, Rita J 474 
Boggs. Barry M 
Boggs. Eh2abeth A 
Boggs, Mark K 
Boggs. Mary L 
Boggs, Nancy E 324 
Boggs. Rita K 

Boggs, Thomas D 264, 265 
Bogie. Barbara K 
Bogie, Loretta 500 
Bogie, Wanda L 
Bogliole, David J Jr 
Bohannon. Louise M 
Bohannon, Thomas W 
Boian. Allan W 529 
Bokelman, Allen E 303 
Bokelman. David J 303 
Boland. Deborah A. 529 
Boland. Karen S 
Boland, Mitchell B 
Boleyn, Roy 474 
Boling, George G 
Bolster. Diane L 
Bolton. Arthur D 321, 346 
Bolton, Elizabeth B 529 



Bolton, Nancy F 

Bolton. Wallace W 474 

Bolzan, John A. 

Bonagura. Debra A 350, 529 

Bonar, Marlene F 474 

Bonar. Richard C 

Bond. Betty L S 

Bond, David L 

Bond, Jerry W 

Bond, Leslie A 

Bond, Paul 

Bonneman, Jo An-Loma 352 

Bonnett, John A 210, 474 

Bonny, Thomas H 

Bonta, Richard B 

Bonzo. James M 500 

Booher. Shen A 529 

Booker, Lavetta R 

Boone, Donald Sidney 

Boone, Randi G 293. 474 

Boone. Tonie S 

Boonyaraksa, Archara 

Boonyawat. Anchalee 

Bootes, Pat A 529 

Bootes, Thomas R 446 

Booth. Ivan P 

Booth. James K 

Booth, Leslie K 

Booth, Veralyn Sue 

Boothe, Anne L 

Boothe, Judith A 

Boothe. Linda G 

Boothe, Rosalee 389 

Bordas, Edward M 

Bordas, John F 

Borden, Billy J 

Borden, Daniel U 

Borders. Harold I 347 

Borders, Jane A 

Boren. David A 260, 363. 371, 500 

Boring. Steven K 215. 363. 389 

Borst, Sharalee 500 

Bosler, Christina M 389. 502 

Bosley, Joseph G 

Bostelman, Kenneth P 260 

Bostic. Howard R Jr 287. 322 

Botkms. Tern S. 529 

Botner. John M 

Botner. Nancy C 500 

Bott. John E 

Bottom, Ronnie P 319 

Bottoms, Barbara L 462 

Bottorlt, Charles T. 560 

Bolts, Guy S 319 

Bouland, Tony R 

Bourne, James P 389 

Bouton, Barbara S 198 

Bovmet. Frederick M 500 

Bovland. Tony R. 529 

Bowen, Allen P 389 

Bowen. Bonnie L 500 

Bowen, Lonnie J 474 

Bowers. Darrell M 

Bowers, Holly M 

Bowers. John C 446 

Bowers, Linda J. K. 446 

Bowers, Patricia A 

Bowles. Deborah A 474 

Bowles. Doyle L 

Bowles. John D 529 

Bowles. Mary J 529 

Bowlm, Katherme S 

Bowlm. Steven T 

Bowling, Billy Jr 

Bowling, Cheryl R 

Bowling, Connie L 500 

Bowling, Donald W 

Bowling Doris C 

Bowling, Herbert 

Bowling, James A. 

Bowling, Kevin D 

Bowling, Larry J. 

Bowling, Lyle 

Bowling. Margaret A 

Bowling, Richard P 

Bowling, Ronald D. 

Bowling. Ronnie 

Bowling, Ronnie L 

Bowling, Wayne 

Bowman, Barbara A 529 

Bowman, Cathy L 

Bowman. Charles R. 

Bowman, Jack Jr 389 

Bowman. Jack V Jr 

Bowman, James A 500 

Bowman, James R 

Bowman, Larry 

Bowman, Linda S 

Bowman. Nanci A 

Bowman, Sherrie F 

Bowman, Virginia K 361 

Bowman, Wendell H. 

Boyd, Billy C 

Boyd. Billy J 

Boyd. Elmo D 

Boyd. Linda K. H 

Boyd, Melvin E Jr 334, 346 

Boyd, Ronald D. 446 

Boyd, Ruby J 351 

Boyd, Or Ursel D. 1 66 

Boyea. Andrea R 

Brace. Colleen J 292 

Bracken, Barbara J 389 

Bracken. Daniel B 




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students for exam-cramming. 



Bradbury, Phil N 
Braddous, Brenda 212 
Bradford. Brenda G 389 
Bradford, Janet G 
Bradford, Linda S 
Bradley. Brian M 315 
Bradley, Sherri L 446 
Bradley, Smith F 
Bradley, Tony F 
Bradshaw, Garry I 
Bradstreet, Mark C 529 
Bradt. Russell N 
Brady, Mack E 
Brady. Mary C. 
Brady. Stephen S 529 
Bracken. Doc 346 
Brake. Olen C Jr 303 
Brake. Vicki M 529 
Bralley. John A 

Bramlage, Frances E 293, 389 
Branch, Mary E 474 
Brand, Edwin C 
Brandenburg, Charles 
Brandenburg, Diana C 
Brandenburg, Douglas 
Brandenburg, Esther 
Brandenburg. Janet W 
Brandenburg. Larry K 389 
Brandenburg, Sharon K 
Brandon, Gary A 389 
Branham. Belinda R 529 
Branham. C Kevin 
Branham. Deborah J 
Branham, Gearldean A 
Branham. James E 
Branham, Judith A. 500 
Branham, Judith C 
Branham. Keith W 
Branson, Kathryn B 
Branson, Mary L 
Branson, Terri A T 
Brant. Dennis G 
Brasel, Anna P. 
Brashear, Joe M 
Brashear. Judy H 
Brashear. S Ginger 
Braun. Kathleen M 343 
Braun. Nancy D. 500 
Brautigam. Ellen L 500 
Bray. Ronald D 
Brecht. Margery M 
Breeding, Brenda R 
Breeding, Jack E Jr 
Breeding, Kenneth E 
Breeze, Richard C 
Brenda, William H 346. 389 
Brentzel, Stewart E 474 
Bresch, Mary A 462 
Bresnen, Pamela R 
Bressert. Jay A 530 
Bretz, Frances A 389 
Brewer, Anne H 
Brewer. Darrell G 
Brewer, Fern S 
Brewer, Gary D 
Brewer, Janice 474 
Brewer, Jenifer J 530 
Brewer, John C 
Brewer, Larry D 
Brewer, Larry K 
Brewer, Michael G. 
Brewer, Nadme I 462 
Brewer, Nancy H 
Brewer. Paul A 



Brewer, William D Jr 530 Brown 

Bridewell, Jerry L Brown 

Bridewell, Terry L Brown 

Bndgman, Jimmy K Brown 

Bnggs, Jeffrey D Brown, 

Bnggs, John F II Brown, 

Bright, Charles R 474 Brown, 

Bright, Sherry J Brown, 

Bngmon, Janet C 389 Brown. 

Brill. Bonnie L 530 Brown, 

Bnnegar, Carolyn S Brown, 

Bnnegar, Sherry Brown, 

Brisbay. Jacqueline M. 389 Brown, 

Bnte, Alven Brown, 

Bnttam. Rutus F Jr Brown. 

Bnttingham, Susan L Brown, 

Bntton. Charles H Brown, 

Bntton, Gregory T. Brown, 

Bntton, Larry S 389 Brown, 

Broaddus, Billy W Brown. 

Broaddus. Brenda W Brown, 

Broaddus, Otis W Brown, 

Broaddus, Rebecca 172 Brown, 

Broadus, Barbara M. Brown, 

Broadus, Brenda W. 218. 390 Brown, 

Broadwater, Richard R Brown, 

Brock. Betty L Brown, 

Brock. Charles E 530 Brown, 

Brock, Howard Brown, 

Brock, Kenneth S 474 Brown. 

Brock, Larry Brown, 

Brock, Rita J Brown, 

Brock, Russell Brown, 

Brock. Sharon E 212 Brown, 

Brock, Wilma J H Brown, 

Brockman, Paul R Brown, 

Brodt, John D 530 Brown, 

Broermann, Carta L 501 Brown, 

Brohm, Edwin F Brown, 

Brokaw, Paul F 213. 219, 287. Brown, 

372. 390, 286 Brown. 

Bromback, Linda L Brown, 

Bromback, William G Brown. 

Bromley. Terry L 369, 390 Brown. 

Bronn. Donn O 500 Brown. 

Brooks, Ava S 390 Brown, 

Brooks. Betty S Brown. 

BROOKS. DENNY 67 Brown, 

Brooks, Gary S 316 Brown, 

Brooks, Gary S Brown. 

Brooks. James F Brown. 

Brooks, Martha M Brown. 

Brooks, Robert 234, 240 Brown, 

Brooks. Rosemary V, 500 Brown. 

Brooks. Steve B Brown, 

Broot. John D 341 Brown, 

Bross. Debbe Brown, 

Bross, Dennis R Brown. 

Brothers. David L Brown. 

Brothers, Jo Anne Brown. 

Brothers, Katherme A 266. 210, Brown, 

390 Brown, 

Brotherton. Lois R Brown, 

Brotherton, Valerie A. Brown. 

Broughton, Patricia H. Brown, 

Brown, Alice M Brown, 

Brown, Barbara J 500 Brown, 

Brown. Bamngton M 316, 346, Brown, 

390 Brown, 

Brown, Ben F Brown, 

Brown, Benjamin A. 390 Brown, 

Brown, Brenda E 211. 500 390 

Brown. Carl W 232, 234. 530 Brown. 

Brown, Carol D Brown, 



Carter L 

Catherine R 

Charles G 

Clennon R 

Connie H 

Cordis A 500 

Danes G 

Danny S 

Donna R 

Dons C. 

Freda K 364. 530 

Gary F 

Gary R 

Gloria G 

Gregory A 

Gregory D 297 

Helen E 

Henry E Jr 

Holds F 

Howard W 

Jackie G 530 

Jacque L 390 

James C 

James L 

James R 

Jan M 

Janie W 

Jimmy K 

JoeK 

John D 

John R 

John W 

Johnny E 

Joseph W 500 

Joyce A 

Judith 340 

Karen L 216, 390 

Kathy A 

Keith D 500 

Kenneth E 

Kenneth L 

Kenneth R 

Larry G. 

Lenita A 530 

Lester R 

Lynn 500 

Malmda G. 530 

Mary L 

Michael C 216 

Michael D 

Pamela B 530 

Peggy W 

Raymond L 390 

Richard D 

Richard L. 

Robert D 310. 311, 390 

Ronald G 

Samuel M 

Sandra L 560 

Sharon A 

Sharon L 500 

Sharon L 267 

Shen L 

Shirley A 

Stephan A 390 

Stephen E 

Stephen F 316 

Stephen T 

Steven R 

Susan H. 500 

Sylvesterfl Jr 310. 311. 

Taunya H 
Tim 257 



580 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Brown, Tommy R 
Brown, Wade A 
Brown. William R 
Brown, William S 
Brownell, Patricia L 390 
Browning, Catherine A 500 
Browning, Daniel L 217 
Browning. Deborah K 530 
Browning. Jana G 
Browning, J Lee 462 
Browning, Judith L. 
Browning. Mary L. 530 
Browning. Pamela S 
Browning, Paul L Jr 
Browning, Sarah E 390 
Browning, William S, 
Broyles, Lane G 
Broyles, Ronald J 
Brucchien, Glenn M. 
Bruce. Lawrence L. 530 
Bruce, Peggy L 446 
Bruce, Raymond III 
Brumbaugh, Cathy A 267, 530 
Brumett. Beverly A 560 
Brundige. Teresa L. 
Bruner, David C 
Bruner, Debra A 
Bruner, Margaret J 
Brunker, Mary J 390 
Brunker, Nancy K 500 
Brunsman, Gregory W 
Brussell. James L 474 
Bryan. Gail T 500 
Bryan, Phil Jr 
Bryan, Timothy J 474 
Bryant, Daniel E. 
Bryant. Dorothy W 
Bryant, Elizabeth C. 293 
Bryant, Elizabeth F 
Bryant, Glenda R 
Bryant. Karla J. 390 
Bryant, Larry M 
Bryant, Leslie B 
Bryant. Robert L 474 
Bryant. Ronald D 
Bryant. Steven G 530 
Bryant, Wanda J 
Buchanan. Gary N 210 
Buchanan, Herbert D 
Buchanan, John W 
Buchanan, Joseph M 474 
Buchanan, Mary E 
Buchanan, Stanley L 
Buchanon. Vicki M 500 
Bucher. Robert W 
Buchman. Robert G 
Buck, Barbara A 269, 327, 474 
Buck, Jeflry M 
Buck, Rubye G 
Buck, Sue 

Buckholz, Mary A 501 
Buckingham, Richard S 
Buckler, William F. 
Buckler, William H 390 
Buckley. Nicholas R. 390 
Buckman. Theresa K 
Bucknam, Michael A 
Buckman, Robert G 446 
Buckner, Oliver S 310, 311 
Buckner. William D 
Budmger. Rae M 
Budzonsky, Eugene F 322 
Buehner, James K 321.474 
Buftin, Edward J 251 
Buffin, Michael W 
Buftin, William E 
Bugg, David T 530 
Bugg, Mark D 241 
Bugg. Royce N 530 
Bugg. Vicki G 463 
Buie, Robed C 214, 446 
Buik, S 348 
Buis, Bernal C 
Buis, Michael A. 306 
Buis. Peggy S 390 
Bukenhoter, George A 
Bukowski. Lois A. 474 
Bulishak, Daniel J 346 
Bullard. James T 
Bullock, James L 
Bullock, Janet L 474 
Bullock, Judith A 
Bumgardner. Reba R 
Bumgardner. Sheila J 
Bumgarner, Kathryn A 
Bunce. Donn D 530 
Bunch, Anna B 446 
Bunch. Charles E 
Bunch, Debra C 501 
Bunch, Herby P. 501 
Bunch. Lawrence O 
Bunch. Paula M 390 
Bundy, Eric R. 390 
Bundy, Manann 
Bundy, Marna W 
Bungenstock. Betty S 463 
Bunger, Michelle A 501 
Bunnell, David B. 
Bunting, Kenneth P 
Bunton, Laura S 
Burch. Alvin L 
Burch. Larry G 
Burch, Nancy L. 390 
Burch, Rose M 501 



Burch, William E 

Burchett, Raleigh L 

Burchett. Wade O 

Burchette. Bobby W. 

Burden, Rebecca S 375 

Burdette. Amos M 

Burdette. Audrey J 

Burdette, Mary S 501 

Burdge, Robert J. 287. 342. 474 

Burg, Nita A. W. 

Burgess. Walter P 

Burgm, Lawrence E. 

Burgin, Pamela G 501 

Burgm. Rhoda I 

Burkart, Cynthia A 

Burke. Jerry F 

Burke, Larry G 

Burke, Larry M 

Burke, Patricia Y 

Burke, Polmer 

Burke, Robert E 530 

Burke, Roger W 

Burke, Ruth E 

Burke, Samuel W 

Burkett, Barry L 161, 446 

Burkett. Gordon L 

Burkett. Michael D 474 

Burkett, Patricia J C. 

Burkhart, Cynthia A 390 

Burkhart, Patrick B 

Burkhart, Robert E 213 

Burkhart, Steven C 

Burkhead. Don R 

Burks. Janet R 210, 390 

Burks, Michael A 

Burlage, Mary J 501 

Burleson. Jacquelyn 474 

Burnett. Eugene 

Burnett. Mary C. 390 

Burnett, Mary J 

Burnett, Richard B 

Burnette, Ronald F 

Burns, Barbara J 

Burns, Betty G 

Burns, Danny L 

Burns, Dianna L R 446 

Burns, Edna S 560 

Burns, Jack W 

Burns, James F 

Burns, James G 

Burns. James R 390 

Burns. John E 

Burns. Michael R 

Burns, Peggy 474 

Burns, Stephen D. 161 

Burns, William E 392 

Burns, William T. 

Burr, Molly M 350, 474 

Burns. Carta J 501 

Burns, David R 

Burns, Deborah K 530 

Burns, James S Jr 342, 474 

Burns, Peter W 322 

Burns, Robert C 392 

Burns, Wendell A 

Burson, Dawn R 530 

Burton. Barbara B 501 

Burton, Billy H 

Burton, Carolyn S 

Burton. Donald W 390 

Burton, Jerryl D 

Burton, John B 

Burton. Kerby W 

Burton, Linda C 

Burton, Margaret S 

Burton. O V 

Burton, Pamela S 

Burton. Paul T 

Burton. Portia M 392 

Burton, Sallyann 

Burton, Terry A 

Buschemeyer, Ehzabet 

Bush, Audenna M 

Bush, Beverly D 474 

Bush, Candace M 530 

Bush, Dixie A 

Bush, Herman 182, 218 

Bush, James F. 

Bush. Janice H 

Bush, Jennifer L 501 

Bush, Marjone C 474 

Bush, Marshall L 227, 310. 311. 

392 
Bushong 224 
Bussell. B Bryan 
Bussell, James G 
Bussell. Roger D 
Bussell, Victoria L 474 
Bussey. Linda K 268, 501 
Bussey. Rodney C 
Bustle, Rodney E 
Butcher. Bobby 217 
Butcher, Jennie L 
Butcher, Thomas N 371 
Butler, Bobby 355 
Butler, Charlotte G 530 
Butler, Deborah A 
Butler. Doretta J D 392 
Butler, Eddie D 
Butler, Hank 
Butler, Kathleen J 
Butler, Larry J. 
Butler. Michael L 
Butler, Robert A 



Butler, Robert S 355 

Butram. Lynda 343 

Buyalos, Lynn R 

Byars, Irvine M III 

Byers. Eddie M. 

Byford, James L 

Byington, James G 

Byrd, Dennis W 

Byrd. Donald K 

By id, Hugh 214 

Byrd, Josephus 474 

Byrd, Joyce C 530 

Byrd, Linda R R. 

Byrd. Phillip W 530 

Byrd, Suzanne J. 

Byrdwell, Kenneth R 216, 369. 390 

Byrn, Judson E 

Cable. Brenda 392 

Cable, Donald R 392 

CADUCEUS CLUB 364 

Cahill, Martin J 530 

Cahill. Tom 254 

Cahoon, Verna M 

Cam, Bartlett G 

Cam, Devon 346 

Cain, Frank D 

Cain, Linda K 

Cain, Lucille G. 

Cam, Michael 

Cairns. Dianne M 392 

Cairns. Robert H 392 

Caldwell, Barbara L 

Caldwell, Clarke A 

Caldwell, Debra K 

Caldwell. Dons 

Caldwell, Everett M. 474 

Caldwell. Gloria A 501 

Caldwell, Mary S 

Caldwell, Michael W 

Caldwell. Pamela L 154,210,292. 

392 
Caldwell. Rubel 354 
Caldwell. William R 287, 392 
Calhoon, Charles H 
Calico, Fred L 
Calico, Patricia E 
Calico, Ruth A 501 
Calkin, Gerald 262 
Call, Barbara J 
Call. Samuel M 
Callahan, Daniel 
Callahan, Kathy 375 
Callahan. Leonard F. 
Callahan. Martha R 
Callas, Catherine G 392 
Callebs, Harry L 
Calvert, Christine 
Calvert, Judy E 530 
Calvert, Peggy A 530 
Camenisch, Mildred P 392 
Camemsch. Steven C 
Cameron, Charlotte M 
Cameron, James E 
Cameron, Lois R 
Camm, Charles K 
Camp, Connie B 288. 530 
Camp, Wynella Y 292. 500 
Campbell. Anne C 
Campbell. Barbara P 
Campbell. Betty J 530 
Campbell, Brenda B 
Campbell, Brenda M 392 
Campbell, Christine 530 
Campbell, Christopher 305 
Campbell. Clifford E 393 
Campbell, David B 501 
Campbell, David W 
Campbell, Deborah A. 
Campbell, Dennis W 393 
Campbell, Douglas 
Campbell, Eugenia H 
Campbell, Freda L 393 
Campbell, Gary D 
Campbell. Gary L 319 
Campbell, Harold G 
Campbell, James C 
Campbell, James L 
Campbell, Jerry 
Campbell, Jerry W 
Campbell. Jesse A 
Campbell, Joyce C 
Campbell, Kenneth A. 530 
Campbell, Leslie J 
Campbell, Linda K 
Campbell, Marion D 
Campbell, Marjone H 474 
Campbell. Melvin L 474 
Campbell, Michael 297 
Campbell, Ralph 
Campbell, Richard H 321.501 
Campbell, Rocky L 474 
Campbell, Ronnie 
Campbell, Sidney J Jr 
Campbell. Stella C F 
Campbell, Stephen G 474 
Campbell, Vanessa G 292, 393 
Campbell, Vicky 530 
Campbell, Virginia C 
Campbell, Walter M 446 
Campbell, Wanda L 
Campbell. Wesley R 
Canaday, E Bradley 530 
Cannavan, John L 530 
Cannon. Cathy C 530 



Cannon. Helen P 

Cannon, Jennifer A 

Cannon, Lois A 530 

Cannon. Robert D 

Cannon, Ronald L 530 

Cantrall. Roy S 

Cantrell, Carlton L 

Capps, Richard M 

Carder, Suzanne E 530 

Carens. Robert 322 

Carey, Brenda A 

Carey. Deborah J 530 

Carlson, Kevin L 

Carlton, Dieter R 197, 201. 215. 

303, 361. 393 
Carlton, Emajo C 
Carmack, Oakley 
Carman, Cathryn A 377, 502 
Carman, Eunice E 
Carman. Pamela K 
Carman, Terry W 
Carmickle. Deborah K 
Carmickle, Marcenia R 
Carmody. Michael W 475 
Carnahan, James G 475 
Carneal. Samuel D 
Carnes, Barbara B 
Carnes. Barry L 287. 475 
Carnes, Gary E 241 
Carnes, Lana W 
Carnes. Maxine Y 
Carnvale, Edward M 347 
Carpenter, Chalmer R 
Carpenter, Daniel L 
Carpenter, David M 
Carpenter. Emily W 530 
Carpenter. Gregory L 
Carpenter, Janice 
Carpenter, Martin A 
Carr, Deborah A 530 
Cann, Deborah 219. 273, 393 
Carr, Deborah L 
Carr, Gloria T. 
Carr, Jan E 530 
Carr. Micheal W 502 
Carr. Susan J 
Carnco. Barbara N 502 
Carnco. Carolyn L 
Carnco. Helen R 531 
Carrier, Oliver W 446 
Carnngton, John A Jr 
Carroll, Betty 
Carroll. Herbert K 
Carroll. James R 
Carroll, Joyce A 
Carroll, Karen 
Carroll. Keith F 375. 393 
Carroll, Loretta A 
Carroll, Susan L 393 
Carruba. Ruth E 393 
Carson, Jeffrey A 
Carson, Joyce M 
Carson, Kelly R 502 
Carson, Ronald J 364 
Carson, Steve A 
Carter, Anderson M Sr 
Carter, Charles M 
Carter, David K 
Carter, Delmar 
Carter. Dennis E 
Carter. Donna R 
Carter, Dorothy M 
Carter, Georgia M 393 
Carter, Gloria S 531 
Carter, Helen E 531 
Carter, Jimmie L 
Carter, Karen L 502 
Carter, Kenneth M 
Carter, Luta S 
Carter. Michael T 

Carter, Nathanael E 216, 369, 393 
Carter. Nathanael E 
Carter. Phyllis K B 
Carter, Rhonda R 
Carter, Robert E 
Carter. Ronald D 
Carter, Terry C 531 
Carter, Valerie J 
Carter, Veronica L 502 
Carter, Westley D 
Carter, William C Jr 
Carty, Shannon 
Carver, Bobby E 
Carver. Gene 306 
Case, Phyllis G 463 
Case. Richard A 298. 393 
Case. William G 
Casey, Cynthia A M 393 
Casey. Dennis L 
Casey. Michael A 364. 475 
Casey. Verna R 
Cash, Claudmnia B 
Cash, Donald L 
Cash, Ronnie D 
Cash, Vance O 
Casper, Clarence E Jr. 
Cassetty, Margaret J 
Cassiday. Rhonda L 
Cassill. Arthur D. 
Cassity, David J 
Cassity. Janet S 
Cassity, Linda J 
Casteel, Alexis D 502 
Casteel, Darlene H 



Castle, Cheryl L 349. 393 
Castle. James L 
Castle. Johnny M 393 
Castle. Kelly L 
Castle. Marc D 
Castle. Patricia A 
Caswell. Janet E 
CATAL1NA CLUB 350 
Cates. Arnold R 393 
Cathers. David E 
Cathers. William R. 
Cathey, Onan 
Catlett. Daryl L 
Catlett. Elizabeth J 474 
Catlett. Jacqueline R 
Catlett. Larry D 
Catlett. Phyllis W 
Catlett, Ronald L 
Catlett, Rosetta 313 
Catlett. Sarah K 
Catron, Donald J 145 
Catron, Verena E 218 
Caudill, Aaron M 
Caudill, Annella J 
Caudill. Bobbie J 
Caudill, Brenda K 
Caudill, Dannie 
Caudill, Danny P 
Caudill, Florence C 
Caudill, Garhs 
Caudill, Gloria F 
Caudill. Jayne K 
Caudill. Jimmy A 
Caudill, Johnny M 
Caudill. Judith A 394 
Caudill. Lawrence M 
Caudill. Lois A 531 
Caudill. Lois C 
Caudill. Marcia C 446 
Caudill. Mary L 
Caudill. Michael A 446 
Caudill. Randall E 
Caudill. Roger D 
Caudill. Sandra 
Caudill. Sharon R 531 
Caudill, Teresa D 
Cauley, James E 
Caulk. Mark J 
Caulk, Michael L 
Causey. Danny R 
Causey, Darrell 
Causey. Donald W 
Cawood. Betty J L 
Cawood. Constance V 
Cawood, Johnny K 
Cawood, Rena R 
Cayton. John W 
Cayton, Larry T 
Cecil. Charles H 
Cecil. David J 210, 287. 502 
Cecil, Donna J 
Cecil. Florence A 502 
Cecil, Jerry D 
Cecil. John R 394 
Cecil. Mary C 
Cecil. Ralph E 502 
Center. John T 394 
Centers. Brenda L 
Centers. Linda L 21 1, 502 
Chadwell, David C 
Chadwell, James R 
Chadwell, Johnny E 475 
Chadwell, Randy A 244 
Chadwell, Ricky C 
Chadwick, Jennifer A 
Chakins, Stephanie A 502 
Chamberlain. Thomas G 287 
CHAMBER CHOIR 353 
Chambers. Anne L B 
Chambers, Dale M 
Chambers, James W 
Chambers, Joy L 531 
Chambers, Penny P 
Chambers, Ralph D 
Chambers, Tom J 294 
Chambers. Wallace 195 
Chambers, William K 
Chandler. Carolyn L 324. 502 
Chandler. Dusty L 267. 475 
Chandler, John P 
Chandler, Melvin P 
Chandler, Samuel W 
Chaney, Angela R 502 
Chaney, Dennis W 463 
Chaney, James F 
Chaney. James M 
Chaney, Jerry 
Chaney. Larry 
Chaney. Marlene 
Chaney. Mary J 531 
Chaney. Nella M 
Chaney, Phyllis G 
Chaney, Wendell T 305. 448 
Chanley, Gary C 251 
Chaplin, Carl D 
Chapman, Allan R 
Chapman, Ann F 
Chapman, David E 
Chapman, David W Jr. 
Chapman, Gary A 
Chapman. Mona 
Chapman, Ronald L 502 
Chapman, Roy L 
Chappell. Raymond M 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 581 



Charles. Duana L 268 

Charles. Dwayne 

Charles, Elaine 531 

Charles, Glenna S 394 

Charleston. Charles K 262, 319 

Charmoli. Debra J 

Chase, David W 

Chase, Kalhenne A 

Chasteen, David B 

Chasteen, Donna K 

Cheatham, Pamela W 502 

Chedester. John U 531 

Cheek, James A 215. 475 

Chelt, Frank I Jr 

CHEMISTRY CLUB 364 

Chen, Harry S 

Chen, Harry S. 

Chenault, Buelah J 

Chenault. Cecile B 

Chenault. David R 448 

Chenault. Deborah J 

Chenault, Juvoner L 

Chenault, Sarah E 

Chenault, Thomas D 394 

Chenault, William F 

Cheser, Donald B 

Chesley, Richard L 

Chesley, Robert A 305, 502 

Chesnul. Linda F 531 

Chestnut, Deborah E 394 

Cheuvront. Ann L 

CHI OMEGA 326 

Chiaramonte. Jeanne K 327 

Chiaravanond. Phalane 348, 502 

Chidester, Bertha M 502 

Chilcole. Deborah R 21 1 , 502 

Childers. Donna J 

Childers. Harold D 

Childers. Letha M 531 

Childers. Mary L 

Childers. Susan M 350. 502 

Childers, Tommy K 531 

Childers, William H 

Childre, Donald Eugene 531 

Childress, Janet S 394 

Childress, Sherry L 531 

Chilelli, Greg 

Chiles. Kirk L 241 

Chiles. Louts C 

Chmn, Mary E 

CIRCLE K CLUB 341 

Chisholm, Danney L 

Chisholm, Sandra G 

Chitwood, Debbie L 

Choo. Soo K 

Chou. Wen Li 

Chow. Wah K 348. 475 

Chownmg, Edna E 

Christian, Rebecca A 475 

Christian, Richard L 448 

Christian. Sharon K 

Christopher, Martha A 531 

Christopher. Robert D 531 

Chung, In Sung 274, 553 

Church, Michael W 

Churchill. Anne C 475 

Cichelti. Joseph L 

Claggett, Jon D 

Clancy, Ramona L 

Clancy. Rebecca F 350. 394, 502 

Clapp, Sandra K 394 



Clare 


Bonila S 350, 475 


Clare 


Dianne L 343, 394 


Clare 


Mary E 


Clare 


Michael J 531 


Clark 


Brenda G 394 


Clark, 


Brenda J 327 


Clark 


Cheryl L 502 


Clark 


Cheryl L 216 


Clark 


Clifford T 531 


Clark 


Connie J 475 


Clark 


David E 


Clark 


David J 


Clark 


Dreama L 394 


Clark 


Eddie M 


Clark 


Elijah 


Clark 


Eugene H 531 


Clark 


Gary W 


Clark 


Glenna M 531 


Clark 


James C 


Clark 


James M 


Clark 


Jimmie J S 394 


Clark 


John C 


Clark 


John R Jr 


Clark 


Johnnie S 


Clark 


Joseph D Jr 


Clark 


Karen S 463 


Clark 


Kenneth L 475 


Clark 


Larry T 210, 503 


Clark 


Liza 306 


Clark 


Nick L 531 


Clark 


Paula L. B 


Clark 


Ralph L 502 


Clark 


Randall B 448 


Clark 


Raymond J 


Clark 


Ronald B 475 


Clark 


Sherman E 


Clark 


Stephen L 


Clark 


Susan E 292. 394 


Clark 


Terri L 532 


Clark 


Terry L. 


Clark 


Vernon 


Clarke. Cheryl A 532 


Clarke. Marcia B 369. 371 



Clarke, Terne L 345, 532 

Clarke. William R 

Claus. Frederick R 

Clawson, Kenneth 135. 218 

Clay. Gary S 

Clay. Kandy 306 

Clay. Valeria S C 

Clayton, David N 475 

Clayton, John R 

Clayton, Pamela KB 532 

Cleaver, James T 

Cleaver. Patricia A 327, 362. 475 

Clem, Lana H 

Clem. Laura K 503 

Clements, John R 476 

Clements, Pamela F 532 

Clements. Stephen F 503 

Clemmons. Norma J 210.288,394 

Clenney, Tyrone A 

Cleveland. James R 297,347 

Cleveland, John K 

Cleveland, Larry W 128. 129. 195. 

205, 286. 287. 316. 394 
Clevenger, Jackie L. 532 
Clevenger, Roger L 476 
Clevenger, William R 
Clevmger, Freida J 532 
Click. Peggy J 
Click, Robert L 319 
Click, Robert O 395 
Click, Veronica T 
Clifford, Lowell J 
Clifford. Nyla F 503 
Clifford. Pamela J 313, 503 
Cliff, Dottie T 
Clifton, Sandra L 
Clifton. Shelia K 503 
Clifton, Teresa A 
Cline. Cary H 
Clme, Deborah L 
Cline, Mitchell A 
Clme. Randolph M 476 
Cline. Stephen E 
Ginger, Charles G 
Clinton. Robert T. 532 
Clodfelter, Dwane D 476 
Clodfelter. Kandyce K 532 
Cloud. Richard B 
Clough. Peter F 
Clouse, Kenneth E 532 
Clouse. Neal I 
Clouse. Norma L 
Clouse, William G Jr 
Cloyd. Pamela K. 503 
Cloys, Jo Helen T 
Clutterbuck, Owen L 
Clutts. Janet K 503 
Coakley, Robert L 
Coaplen, Sally L 503 
Coar, Constance 
Coates. Terese M 476 
Coatney, Ronald K 
Cobb, James C 
Cobb. Joyce M 
Cobb, Mannell 532 
Cobb. Shirley A 
Cobb, Wanda G 
Coblentz. Robert E 

Cocanougher, Brenda G 

Cocanougher. Paul D 

Cochran. Diane D 

Cochran, Don D 

Cochran. Jacqueline 

Cochran, Sharon D 

Cockerham, Samuel T 

Code. Linda 

Cody. Earl A 

Cody, Rebecca L 532 

Cody, Theresa 503 

Coen. Timothy M 305. 395 

Coey, David W 

Coffey, Addison M 

Coffey. Barbara J W 

Coffey. Bradford H 

Coffey. Carolyn R 

Coffey. Dennis W 

Coftey, George W 395 

Coffey, Janet I 

Coffey, Sandra F 476 

Coffey, Susan B 

Coffey, William F 

Coffman, Donald W 

CoMman, William D 

Coghill, Janice L 

Cohen, Marilyn F 

Cohn, Louis F 

Cohoon, Joe P. 

Colao, Ann W 377, 503 

Colbenson. Dora R 

Coldiron, Geneva C 

Coldiron, Ralph A. 225 

Coldiron, W Lamont 

Cole. Carol R 327, 355. 503 

Cole, David H 

Cole. James A 

Cole. Mary Lou 532 

Cole, Rebecca R 

Cole, Rebecca W 

Cole. Richard M 532 

Cole. Thomas C 306 

Colegrove, Michael B 218 

Colehour. Charles H 298.244, 
342. 347. 472 

Coleman, Charles E 



Coleman, Charles R 

Coleman, Conda L 

Coleman. David B 315. 503 

Coleman. Deborah K 463 

Coleman. Edward 

Coleman, Edward C 

Coleman, Gary R 

Coleman, Gloria Y. W 

Coleman. Jack L 503 

Coleman, Keith 305, 476 

Coleman, Nellie J M 

Coleman, Richard D 532 

Coleman. Rosanna 

Coleman, Sharetta L 395 

Coleman, Walter 

Colglazier, Jack K 395 

COLLEGIATE PENTACLE 210 

Collett, Joyce L 

Collett. Karen S 

Collett. Marcus 

Collett, Thomas 

Collett. Vernon Jr 532 

Collette. Jimmie E 395 

Colley, Melinda S 476 

Collier. Charles M 

Collier, Janet 395 

Collier. Patricia A 395 

Collier, Rhonda L 

Collins. Alfred M 

Collins, Amy R 

Collins. Barbara L 

Collins, Cathy D 

Collins, Denver 

Collins, Donna R 

Collins, Donnie 

Collins. Eleanor V 

Collins, Elizabeth 

Collins, Geneva 

Collins. John L> 

Collms. John E 

Collins. Johny M 503 

Collins. Kathleen A 448 

Collins. Kathy J 

Collins, Kenneth A 476 

Collins, Larry D 

Collins. Lisa P 212 

Collins, Marlene 532 

Collins, Paul D 

Collins, Paul R 

Collins. Rebecca O 313 

Collins, Rebecca O 

Collins, Robert E 248. 303 

Collins, Stephen A 

Collins. Valerie 532 

Colson. Kay S 503 

Colston. Donna K 395 

Colter. Barbara J W 

Columbia, Barbara J 

Columbia, Rebecca L 

Colure. Chuck 254 

Colville, David E 

Colville. John W 

Colvin, Barbara J 503 

Colvin, Harilyn A 

Colvin, Ted L 395 

Colwell. Strant T 

Combs, Angela L 

Combs, Betty C 

Combs, Byron F 395 

Combs. Ceilia J 369, 395 

Combs, Charles M 

Combs, Cheryl S 

Combs, Connie L. 

Combs, Dale S 

Combs, David L 503 

Combs. David W 

Combs, Diana L 476 

Combs, Donald G 248. 445 

Combs, Donna A 

Combs, Elec D 

Combs. Mr Earle B 1 28 

Combs. Eva M 

Combs, Gary G, 297, 395 

Combs. Gregory S 303. 395 

Combs. Harold R 

Combs, James E 

Combs, James G 

Combs, Janet L 

Combs, Jerry M 

Combs, Joan M 

Combs. Joy R 219, 361, 395 

Combs. Judith L 368, 476 

Combs, Kenny L 

Combs, Larry L 

Combs. Lenora M 532 

Combs, Martha L 

Combs, Mary R 

Combs. Orbin B 

Combs, Patricia K G 

Combs. Paul E 

Combs, Peggy A 

Combs, Ramona J 

Combs, Ronald W 

Combs, Sandra M 

Combs, Sharon L 

Combs, Sherman 

Combs. Sherryl A 

Combs. Stephen 503 

Combs, Thomas D Jr 341 

Combs. Thomas E 

Comer, Charles W 

Comer, Ronald G 

Compton. Larry F 

Compton, Mary H J 



CONCERT CHOIR 353 

Congleton, Cecilia B 

Congleton. Michael S 

Conkin, Linda D 476 

Conley. Alben B 

Conley, Audrey P. 

Conley, Bonnie L 

Conley, Charles L. 

Conley, Darrel J 

Conley, Fawn M 212. 375. 503 

Conley. Freeda E 

Conley. Judelle 267. 269 

Conley. Mimia J 

Conley, Rebecca L 

Conley, Rex W 

Conlin. Martin T. 

Conn, Kenneth W 

Conn. Susan M 

Connallon, Peter F 

Connelly. Helen F 

Conner. Anna L 294. 476 

Conner, Betty C 

Conner. Charlotte M 532 

Conner, Garlin P. 532 

Conner. Larry B 

Conner. Larry C 

Conner, Larry Dale 

Conner. Lindsey S Jr 

Conner, Steven J 

Connor, Anthony P 

Connor. James W 

Connors. Colleen M 503 

Connors, Stephen M 532 

Conover, Debra L 395 

Conrad. Christopher M 346 

Conrad. David A. 181. 316. 476 

Conrad. James T 395 

Conrad, Lynn T 532 

Conrad. Sharon R 

Conroy. Catharine J 340, 476 

Conroy. Debra J 503 

Conte, Anita M 

Conte, John A. 

Conte, Scottye H 

Conway, Dwight A 395 

Conway, George M 503 

Conway, Michael J 

Conyers, James O 

Conyers, Larry B. 476 

Cook, Amber D. 532 

Cook, Amy C 

Cook, Betty J 532 

Cook, Bobby R 

Cook, Charles P 

Cook. Charles R Jr 

Cook. Edward W 

Cook, Gary L 

Cook, Melissa J 476 

Cook, Nancy E 560 

Cook. Robert 352 

Cooksey. Curtis R 

Cooksey. Joe B 395 

Coomer, Larry K 

Coomes, Thomas R. 503 

Coontz, Douglas H Jr 316 

Cooper, Albert S 

Cooper, David D 448 

Cooper, Debra A 

Cooper, Joan L 503 

Cooper. John H Jr 503 

Cooper. Joyce L 288, 503 

Cooper, Judy F 476 

Cooper, Karen L 

Cooper. Linda D 503 

Cooper, Linda K 395 

Cooper, Patricia K 

Cooper, Randall K 

Cooper, Ronald D 

Cooper, Susan A 

Cooper, Terry W 532 

Cooper. Wayne H 

Cooper, Yvonne T. 503 

Coots. June 

Cope. Deland D 

Cope, Donald 

Cope, Kathy L 

Cope. Mary J 532 

Cope. Raymon K 

Copley. Gary B 306. 476 

Copper. Lynn D 

Coppersmith. Donald J 289 

Coppock. Sharon L. 503 

Corbrt. Celia J 

Cordell, Jo F 

Cordell. Otis W 

Corder. Elizabeth F 

Cordle. Deborah L 503 

Cordoves, Rafael A, 

Corey. Glenda F 463 

Cornehson. James A. 

Cornelison. Patricia 

Cornehson. Terri L 532 

Cornelius. Charles K 

Cornelius, Huey L 

Cornelius, James R 532 

Cornell, Arizona 369. 395 

Cornell Bernice M 

Cornett. Betty 

Cornett. Carolyn B 395 

Cornett, Chester A 

Cornell, Deborah A 395 

Cornett. Dover 

Cornett. Dwight A. 

Cornett, Elbert 



Cornett. Ford B 532 

Cornett, Helen C 

Cornett, Hiram J 

Cornett, Howard D. 

Cornell, Joann J 

Cornett. Kenneth 476 

Cornett. Lenn 

Cornett, Lilly B 

Cornett. Mary L 

Cornell, Norman H 

Cornett. Roy M 476 

Cornett. Russell G 

Cornett. Stanley N 395 

Cornett. Stephen D 

Cornett, Steve G 

Cornette. Dianna L 212 

Cornette. F L 

Coronado, Regina B 

Correll. Danny W 532 

Correll, Elmer E 

Corson. Georgina L 

Corum, Vicki L 21 1 , 324, 503 

Cosby. Betty S 218 

Cosby. Marsha K 476 

Cosby. Steven L 503 

Costas, George J 298 

Costme, Jane A 476 

Cothern. Ricky D 532 

Cottengaim, Tina M 532 

Cotton. Billie J 

Cotton, Deborah R 503 

Cotton, Kathy T 503 

Cotton. Nancy E 369. 532 

Cottongim, Sandra J 374. 476 

Coty, Adrian P 

Couch, Bonnie L 

Couch. George D 

Couch, James D 

Couch, Jo Anna 532 

Couch, Leslie A 532 

Couch, Rebecca J 

Couchot, Becky L 266. 532 

Coulter, Connie 

Coulter, Danny C 346 

Coulter, Jonell 532 

Coulter. Ronnie R 

COUNTER-GUERRILLA RAIDERS 

358 
Courtney, Kerry L 192. 395 
Courtney, Ricky L 
Courtney, Timothy W 
Covert, Ralph D 
Covington, Alan S 
Covington, Billy J 322 
Covington, Darlene K 288. 532 
Covington, Darrell W 
Covington. Gayle D 
Cowan, James M 288, 476 
Cowden, Paul J 
Cowherd. Walter D 
Cowley. Stephen A 
Cowman, Mark F 371 
Cox. Anne J 
Cox. Anne K. 
Cox. Betty C 448 
Cox, Bruce C 
Cox, Bruce G. 
Cox. Charlotte F 532 
Cox. Cheryl L 395 
Cox. Colin K 
Cox, Deborah F 
Cox, Denna F 
Cox, Douglas R 
Cox, Gregory E 
Cox, Jacquelm B 
Cox, James H 
Cox, Janet E 503 
Cox, Juanita F 
Cox. Judy A M 
Cox, Karen L 
Cox. Katherme H 
Cox. Katherme J 395, 532 
Cox, Kathryn O 395 
Cox, Kathryn S 
Cox, Kenneth E Jr 
Cox, Margaret L 293. 350, 396 
Cox, Marshall H 
Cox, Mary M. 396 
Cox. Max A 
Cox, Patsy A. 
Cox. Paula R 532 
Cox. Phyllis M. 
Cox, Robert A. 
Cox. Ruth Y 
Cox. Sally K, 293 
Cox. Stephen E 361. 503 
Cox. Tony 
Cox. Tyler D. 396 
Cox, William R 
Coyer, John R 276 
Coyle, John E Jr 
Coyle, Linda H. 532 
Coyle, Linda J 
Coyle, William M 
Cunningham, Madge 176 
Crabtree, Eddie R. 
Crabtree. Karl W 476 
Crabtree, Larry R 
Crabtree, Naomi J 
Crabtree. Ralph M 503 
Crace, Mabel C 
Cracraft, David L 
Cracraft, Franks 476 
Craddock, Vicki L 532 



582 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Cralt. Dr Clyde O. 147 

Craft, Donna G. 

Craft, Rex R. 

Craft, Sandra 463 

Craft. Teresa A 

Craft. Walter M Jr 342, 503 

Crafton. James W 503 

Craig, Arthur W 

Craig. Brenda S 211. 503 

Craig. James E 448 

Craig, Jean T 

Craig, Jess G 

Craiger, John R. 

Craiger, Sherry L 

Cram, Donna H 476 

Cramer, Walter C 

Crane, Mary C 313. 503 

Crane, Patrick M 298. 476 

Crask, Connie 532 

Crass. Valerie E 

Cravens, George A 

Crawford. Allen B 532 

Crawford, Anna M 

Crawford, Betty A 

Crawford, Connie F 503 

Crawford, Donald R 248, 347. 445 

Crawlord. Ethel 

Crawford. Lawrence 

Crawford, Malcolm R 

Crawford, Nancy J 

Crawford. Nancy S 

Crawlord, Rhonda E 

Crawford, Sharon L 

Crawford, Shelby G 

Crawford, Ted 

Crawford, Vicki E 

Crawford, Vickie A 503 

Crawley, Janie C 396 

Crawley, Sarah J 503 

Creech, Catherine L 

Creech, Kenneth W 

Creech. Lee Jr 

Creech. Patricia E 

Creech. Paul R 

Creech, Roy T 

Creech, Walter L 

Creed, Jeffrey K 305 

Creek. Joyce K 

Creekmore, Carl W 

Creger, Randolph W 532 

Crenshaw, Bernard 

Crenshaw, Stephen W 

Creutzmger, Nikki L 

Crews. Camilla H 

Crews. Sharon A 197, 286. 396 

Cnckmer, Walter B 

Cnder, Carl T. 

Cngger, Judith A 503 



Cngler, Harry S, 476 

Cngler, Mary E 532 

Cnscillis, Anne B 

Crisp. Catherine B 

Crisp. Dawn 313 

Crisp, Donna J. 503 

Crisp, Norman H 

Crist. Ercell A. 

Crist. Rae L 533 

Cnswell, Alvm J Jr 

Cnswell, Mabel R 210 

Crockett, Jeannette W 

Croley. Charles H. 448 

Croley, Opal 

Croley. Roscoe 

Croley. Sandra K 210, 396 

Cromer, Gary R 

Cromer. Rhonda M 

Crone. Kathleen A 504 

Cropper. Paula J 396 

Cross, Christopher G 214. 346. 

396 
Cross, Clinton H 
Cross, Jeffrey M 504 
Cross. Linda C 
Cross. Lynn 368 
Cross, Patrick T 504 
Cross, Sheridan L 396 
CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD 244 
Crossen, M Jill 
Crosstield. Daryl E 476 
Crossfield, Joseph G 
Crossley, Robert F. 396 
Crothers. Carl M 
Crothers, David L 
Crouch, Dennis D 
Crouch. Donnie L 
Crouch, Earl T 
Crouch. James C 
Crouch, June C 
Crouch, Mell W Jr 393 
Crouch. Vickie E 
Croudep, James T 
Croudep, Michael A 
Crout, Marcia L 504 
Crowe, Charles D 251 
Crowe. Dale J 
Crowley. Nancy S 
Cruey. Michael G 474 
Crum. Bill R 
Crum, George P. 
Crum, Richard L 
Crum, Susan M 
Crum, Woodrow 
Crume, George C 
Crume. Sue C T 
Crump. Barry W 
Crump, Bruce 476 




With the end of each week, a caravan of "suitcases' 
leaves the campus. 



Cruse. Belvin L Jr, 

Cruse, Betty J. 476 

Cruse. Charles C 

Cruse, Clarence R 

Cruse. Claudia C 292, 476, 496. 

523 
Cruse, Jackie R. 
Cruse, Jeffrey G. 476 
Cruse, Lowell T 
Cruse. Robert A 
Cruse. Vickie R 
Crulcher, Danny 
Cubed, Deborah J 
Cuellar. Dora A 
Cutford, Faye 340 
Culbenson, Bill Y 
Culbertson, Fred C 
Culbertson. James A 
Culross. Terrell O 
Culton, William S 504 
Culver, Chester P. 
Culver. Deana J 396 
Cummmgs, Terry L 262. 533 
Cummins, Barry W 
Cummms, Danny E 
Cummms, Garlan M 
Cummins. Janel K 349. 476 
Cummins. Jimmy 
Cummins, Judith W 
Cummms, Kathy C 
Cummms, Mary S 396 
Cummins, Phillip S 
Cummms, Phyllis N 
Cummins. Roderick B 533 
Cummins, Ruby J 
Cundiff. Connie 218 
Cundiff, Donald L 
Cundift, Horace R 
Cundiff, Jerry A 
Cundiff. Kenneth C 
Cundiff. Kerry D 
Cundiff, Sandra L 
Cunningham. David M 396 
Cunningham, John F 
Cunningham, John F 
Cunningham, Judy A 
Cunningham, Madge W 476 
Cunningham, Martin J 
Cunningham, Martin J 
Cunningham, Rita A 
Cunningham, Virenda J 294, 504 
Cupp, Brenda K 
Cupp. Deborah T 476 
Cupp, Jimmy R 476 
Cupp, Linda G 
Curd, Toy A 343, 504 
Curran. Dennis C 287, 341 , 476 
Curran, Robert D 
Curry, Deborah L 293. 396 
Curry, Glen M 
Curry, Karen E 533 
Curry, Linda K 
Curry. Robert G. 316 
Curtis, Alice A 476 
Curtis. Carolyn D 476 
Curtis, Clara J 

Curtis. E C 1 60 
Curtis, James F 
Curtis, Romona L 533 
Curtis. Taffie J 264. 476 

Curtsinger, Bruce M 
Cushmg. Brenda J 

Cushman. Sarah C 

Custis, Daniel B 371. 504 

Cutlip. Greg F 306, 476 

Cuzick, Janet F 

Cuzick, Philip B 

CWENS211 

Czor, Douglas W 287. 346, 396 

Dabney, Kathleen M 533 

Datfron, Lewis M Jr 

Daffron, Stephen D 

Dafler, Margaret A 463 

Dageford, Theodore E 476 

Dahlen. Robert D 533 

Dalton. Glen E 

Dalzell, John B 

Damrel, Sheila K 

Damron, Brenda J 

Damron, James R 

Dance, Edward L. 

DANCE THEATER 351 

Danhauer. Stephen C 

Daniel, Barry M 

Daniel. Ernest J 

Daniel, Jennifer A 476 

Daniel, Linda J 

Daniel, Nancy S 352 

Daniel, Robert 448 

Daniel, William K 287, 288, 476 

Daniels, Richard W 

Daniels, Thomas E 

Danko, Donald D 

Dansby, Jane L 

Dant, Michael L 

Darenkamp, Diane C 287, 477 

Dargavell, Robert A 

Darland, Teresa A. 533 

Darr, Richard A. 

Darrell, Dons R, 504 

Darst. David O 477 

Datel, Pravmkumar I 396 

Daugherty. Barbara K 218, 477 

Daugherty, Donna K 327. 331 



Daugherty, Hayward M 

Daugherty. Jo Ann 533 

Daugherty, Robert E 

Daugherty, Terri S 

Daugherty, Vicki L R 

Daulton, Delilah M 

Daulton. Ronald C 477 

Davenport, John D 195,248,249,347 

Davenport, Julie A 533 

Davenport. Robert E 477 

Davidson, Carla A B 

Davidson, Connie L W 

Davidson, John E 

Davidson, Marbeth A 396 

Davidson, Richard O 

Davidson, Ronald J 477 

Davidson, Taylor L Jr 218 

Davidson. Tommy W 

Davidson. Tondaleyo 533 

Davies. David Q 504 

Davis, Allen W III 293. 298, 396 

Davis, Barbara J 533 

David. Betty C 

Davis. Brenda L 504 

Davis. Charlotte A 477 

Davis. Charlotte M 

Davis. Charon A 533 

Davis, Charon A 

Davis, Christian L 

Davis. Cynthia K 504 

Davis. David L 251. 321, 338. 477 

Davis, Deloris D 

Davis, Dennis R 504 

Davis. Diane L 396 

Davis, Dixie 504 

Davis. Donna F 533 

Davis. Freddy W 

Davis, Frederick Jr 

Davis, Gary M 

Davis, Geraldme L 

Daws, Harley 215 

Davis, Herbert C 

Davis, Jacqueline 

Davis, James J 396 

Davis, Jeffry L 

Davis, John W 

Davis, Johnny W 

Davis, Kathleen E 396 

Davis, Kathleen R 349 

Davis. Kenneth R 477 

Davis. Kimberly A 

Davis, Kirk W 396 

Davis, Larry D. 

Davis, Lea M 

Davis. Lisa J 327. 504 

Davis. Lou W 

Davis, Margaret D 477 

Davis, Mary A A 

Davis. Michael G 298, 504 

Davis. Michael V 

Davis. Mittie R. 214. 448 

Davis. Nancy J 533 

Davis. Norman L 

Davis, Peggy M 

Davis.Ray D 

Davis. Rebecca L 

Davis, Richard L 533 

Davis, Robert E 396 

Davis, Roger D 

Davis, Roger K 477 

Davis. Ronald 289, 477 

Davis, Ronnie D 

Davis. Roy E 

Davis, Sharon D 

Davis. Sherry L 504 

Davis. Teresa U 396 

Davis. Terry L 533 

Davis, Thomas S 

Davis. Virginia G 533 

Davy, Jenny L W 477 

Davy. Mary C 

Dawkins. George D 

Dawkins, James W 

Dawson. Barron, G 

Dawson, Charles J 254, 477 

Dawson. Charlotte 396 

Dawson, Connie S 534 

Dawson, Dan P 396 

Dawson, Gary D 

Dawson, Gwendolyn 396 

Dawson, Harriett W 

Dawson, Janet R 534 

Dawson, Jerry T 

Dawson, John A 

Day, Deborah K 

Day, Margaret B 

Dayton, Carol N 

Dean, Amos R 

Dean, Beverly W. 504 

Dean, Elinor J 

Dean, Melvm W 364. 477 

Dean, Nathan E. 

Dean. Shelby J 

Dean, Shirley 1 75 

Dean. Sydney 504 

Dean, Susan L 

Deane. Daniel R 

Deane. Linda W 

Deane, Shirley P. 

Dearmond. James E Jr 

Dealon, Bernie J 

Deaton, Connie S 397 

Deaton, James E 

Deaton. Larry C 



Deatnck, William J 

Deals. Linda G 

Deblm, Ellen R 

Debord. Randy L 

Decandia, Anthony W 254, 255 

315. 504 
Dechmco. Joseph W 397 
Dechinco, Judy E 397 
Decker, Daniel M 
Decker, John P 
Decker, Robert F 
Deehan, Marilyn R 
Deehan, Roena M 
Deely. Donna J 
Deely. Philip L 
Deenng, Angela R 
Dees. Byron W 
Detranco, James L 223 
DeGeorge, Richard T 165 
Deglow. Richard L 397 
Dehlin. Angela M 534 
Dejaco, Mary J 397 
Delaney, Angela C 340 
Delaney. Edward N 341 
Delaney, Gloria A 
Delaney, Michael H 
Delaney, Victor G 
Delduca. Deborah A 97. 397 
Deluca. Denise M 211, 463 
Delk, r£zra 
Delk, Mable D 
Dellay. Lawrence F 
Delong, Carole C 
Delong. Melvm J 
Delph. Joseph B 397 
Delph, Larry A 
Delph, Ttpaporn K 
DELTA OMICRON 216 
DELTA SIGMA THETA 300 
DELTA UPSILON 303 
Demarco, Donald P 
Demay, Michael A 
Demicheal. Lucille B 
Demko, Patricia L 313. 477 
Demoran. Leroy A Jr 
Demoss, Dianne H 266 
Demoss, Stelli L 
Dempsey, Linda L 
Denham, Angela M 
Denham, Julie L 
Denmg, David F 
Denison, Robert L Jr 
Denlmger, Nancy L 534 
Denman. Linda L 477 
Denny. Charlotte 1 53 
Denney, Leon 
Denney, Roscoe 
Dennis. Danny C 
Dennis, David O 305. 360 
Dennis, Kathleen 
Dennis. Michael L 534 
Dennis. Ralph E 
Dennis, Vicki L B 213, 397 
Dennison, Darryl K 504 
Dennison, Karen D 
Denniston, Kay 
Dennislon, Kay L 
Denniston, Lois A 397 
Denny, James H 
Denny, June R 397 
Dent, Connie M 534 
Depaolo, Robert M 
Depew, Kathryn G 477 
Depuy, Roy E Jr 
Deronde. Chenlynn S 448 
Derossett, Betty J. 534 
Derossett, Sarah E 534 
DE SHANNON. JACKIE 437 
Deskms, John T 397 
Deskms. Robed A 477 
Deskms, Vicki L 368 
Desloover, Raymond F 397 
Despam, David T 
Detjen, Ervin W Jr 
Deloma, Mark A 315 
Dettlmger, David R 
Dettor. Joyce A 267, 504 
Detz. Barbara A 
Deutsch, Joseph H III 
Devault, Angela R 
Devault, James B 
Dever, Mary B 
Devere. Andrew J 
Devers. Richard G 477 
Devine, Charles F 
Devine. Thomas P 534 
Devine. Vicky C 
Devoe, Henry M 
Devore, Archie 371 
Devnes, Paul D 
Dewees, Carolyn S 534 
Deweese. Mary C 
Dewitt. Joseph R 
Deyoub, Paul L 
Dezarn, Beverly S 
Dick. Gary 477 
Dick, Martha J. 477 
Dick. Sandra J 534 
Dickerson, Ellen M 534 
Dickerson, Gregory A 504 
DICKEY CHAPELLE SOCIETY 212 
Dickey. Margaret A 
Dickson. Richard K 
Dickter. Carol S. 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 583 



Dickter. Richard I 215. 449 

Dicob, Catherine M 534 

Diddams, Linda H 

Didion, Douglas A 

Diehl, Richard J 217, 355 

Dierks, Diane J 

Diersmg, Caroline M 

Difloe. Donna M 

Dill. Donna R 

Dillingham. Kamelya E 463 

Dilhon. Constance A 

Dillon, Chris L 

Dillon, Gary M. 

Dingus. James B 319 

Dmsmore. Harry V 

DIRECTION EASTERN 344 

Dishon, Albert A 477 

Dishon, Janet A 

Dishon, Margie M 477 

Dismeaux, William K 

Disney, Beverley K 319 

Dittmar. James W 258 

Divine, Ann L 534 

Dix. Tanya R 534 

Dixit. Satya B 449 

Dixon. Anna J Y 

Dixon. Donald R 

Dixon. Larry C 

Dixon, Laura F 479 

Dixon, Maggie J 

Doan, Janice K 

Doane, Richard C 

Doane. Robert M 

Dobbins, Kevin 534 

Dobbins, Napoleon 

Dobbs, Robert A 

Dobbs, Teresa W 

Dobson, Eddie 

Dobson, Sandra K 

Dockery. Karen A 29. 371. 377. 

378 
Dockery, Karla A 
Dockery. Ronald C 
Dodd. Diane L 288, 479 
Dodd. Emma C L 
Dodd. Mary A 534 
Doelker, Regina S 
Doerhoefer, Kenneth A 
Doenng. James A 
Doerr, Claudia J 
Doggendort. John N 
Doggett, David H 
Doggett, Dennis D 297 
Dolan. Michael A 449 
Dolen. Bertie R 
Dollins. John O 
Donahoe. Kevin G 
Donaldson. David A 504 
Donley. Darla R 210, 219 
Donnelly. Cheryl 
Donoghue, Richard B .305. 398 
Donohoe, Robin B 
Donohue. Patricia D 313. 369. 479 
Donta, Robert A 214, 398 
Dooley. Pamela J 534 
Dooley, Richard W 399 
Doohttle, Steve K 287. 342. 479 
Dorman, James H 399 
Dorsel, Deborah A 288 
Dorsey, Robert C 
Doss, Janice M 313 
Doss, Joanne V 463 
Doss, Joey 313 
Dossett, Janice A G 399 
Dostalik, James R 244. 534 
Dotson. Irvin L 399 
Dotson, Patricia J 217.351,374. 

399 
Dotson, Richard L 
Dotson, Roseanna L C 
Dotson, Sharon E 
Doty, Deborah E 292. 479 
Dougan, Teresa A 
Dougherty, Beth A 553 
Dougherty, Dorothea M 504 
Dougherty, Patrick L 399 
Doughty, Robert A 287. 479 
Douglas, Billye J 
Douglas, Carl R 
Douglas, Dwight A 
Douglas, Jerry L 
Douglas. John J Jr 
Douglas, Patricia A C 
Douglass, Richard M 
Dowden, Andrew F III 
Dowdy. Dennis R 
Dowell, Burms B 479 
Dowell, Lynn D 399 
Dowell, Patricia L 534 
Downer, Michael G 
Downey, Jean A 504 
Downey, Melissa C 
Downing, Allen W 
Downing, Anne 
Downing. Mary E 
Downing, Robert G Jr. 
Downs, Charles L 
Doyle, George T 399 
Doyle, Jacqueline A 
Doyle, James S 
Doyle. Judy H 
Doyle. Michael T 534 
Doyle, Pamela L 534 
Dozier, Randolph 
Drake, Lawrence C 



Drake, Morns A 

Draughn. Bessie C 

Draut. Arthur A 306 

Draves, Jettrey L 248 

Dreisbach, Andrea C 

Dreisbach, Mary R 

Drew, John R 216, 399 

Dnngenburg, Duane C 

Drosche. William E 

Drum, Adella L 

Drum, Grenda S 

Drummond. Jerome M 534 

Drury, Joan A 399 

Drury. Tilman II 

Dryer, Robert J 305 

Drysdale, Robin J 535 

Du Vail, Stephen C 

Dube, Philip H 388, 449 

Ducharme. Dennis A 

Duerson, Kendall L 

Duerson, Larry C 

Duff. Jack O 504 

Duft, James A 

Duft, Jettrey M 219. 449 

Dutt. Judy L B 

Dutt. Sharon V 324, 465 

Duff, Sheila 535 

Duff, Shirley D 

Duff, Stephen E 341. 479 

Dult, Susan K 340. 535 

Duff, William E 560 

Duff. Zetta L 504 

Dufour. Mary M 

Dufour, Phillip M 

Dugger, David L 465 

Dughi, John J Jr 

Duke, Franklin D 

Duke, Henrietta S 

Dukes. Garry W 535 

Dullaghan. Joyce A 

Dullaghan. Timothy C 

Dulli. Amy S 504 

Dulworth, Jane C 327 

Dunagan, Daryl L 

Dunagan, Margaret T 

Dunaway. Charlotte P 

Dunaway, Louise B 

Dunaway, Phyllis G 399 

Dunaway. Stuart W 

Dunbar. Pamela K 535 

Duncan, James R 

Duncan, Larry A 

Duncan. Mark E 399 

Duncan, Raymond L 

Duncan, Robert E 

Duncan, Stephen F 

Duncan, Terry J 535 

Duncil, Geneva 

Dungan, Barbara J 

Dungan. Kathy A 

Dunham, Christie M 

Dunigan. Sue E M 

Dunkin, Marshall F Jr. 

Dunkman. June M 504 

Dunlap, Dianne J 266 

Dunlap, Gary R 399 

Dunlap, Robert M 

Dunn, Christopher M 465 

Dunn. Danny D 

Dunn, Jackie K 504 

Dunn, James F 

Dunn, Larry O 

Dunn. Leonard W 

Dunn, Margaret G 

Dunn. Mary E 535 

Dunn, Mervm 

Dunn, Rebecca A 535 

Dunn, Regina K 

Dunn, Rex 215. 321. 363. 449 

Dunn. Robert C 535 

Dunn, Robert E 

Dunn, Sharon F 

Dunn, Sylvester 

Dunn, William T 399 

Dunsmore, William S 

Dunstall. Clarence E 288 

Durbin. James F 

Durbm, Mary E 

Durbin, Steven L 

Durham. Ann K 504 

Durham, Benita G 

Durham, Beverly C 

Durham, Clayton W 

Durham. James E 

Durham, Judy A 

Durham, Norma E J 

Durham, Russell P Jr 

Durkm, Jon E, 399 

Durkin, Tern M 504 

Durrett, Emily S 

Durrett. Robert B 306, 399 

Dusing, Kathleen L 465 

Duszak, Michael J 605 

Dufschke, Stephen W 

Duty, Linda L 

Duty. Michael E 215 

Duty. Vernon D 341 

Duvall, Jesse M 

Duvall. Stuart G 

Duvall, Teresa S. 

Dwelley, Jill E 449 

Dwelley, William E 

Dwyer, Dons D. 

Dye, Claude W. 322, 399 

Dyehouse. June I 



Dyehouse, Rhonda C 212, 219. 

377, 399 
Dyer. Jane A 504 
Dyer, Richard N Jr 

Dyke. James K 

Dyke. Thomas W 

Dykes, James E 

Dyste, Florence E 

Dziech, Karen S 

E CLUB 347 

Eades, Patty M 399 

Eades, Sarah J 

Eads, Beth A 535 

Eads, Gary L 

Eads. Michon R 

Eagan. Sarah E 499 

Eager. Sue R 

Eanes, Patricia L 399. 504 

Eans, Bridget A 560 

Earehart, Terry L 

Earle, Keith E 

Earley. Keith M 479 

Earley, Michael L 504 

Early, Patricia L 219, 287 

Earlywme, Linda L 504 

Earnest, Carla L 535 

Easley, Jimmy J 

Easter. Susan D 

EASTERN PROGRESS STAFF 373 

Easter. Vickie L 535 

Easterday. Sheila E 327, 504 

Easterhng, Robert L 

Easterling, Thomas A 

Eaton, Joseph E 316. 399 

Eaton, Kenneth A 

Eaves, Michael R 

Ebert, Minnielynn M 

Ebert. Robert H 399 

Eby. Marilyn S 327. 504 

Eckman. Beckie L 

Edalgo, Tyson L 

Edelen, Margaret C 

Edelen, Mary L 535 

Edelen, Sarah C 479 

Eden, Harold D 

Edenfield. Charles L 479 

Edgington. Cynthia K 479 

Edgmgton, Ernest L 287, 399 

Edmonds, Connie J C 

Edmonds. Donald L 

Edmonds. Robert H 

Edmondson. Lois I 

Edwards. Anna L 

Edwards, Bobby G 

Edwards. Charles W 298 

Edwards. Chester L 

Edwards. Donald O 

Edwards, Elmer D 

Edwards, Frank W Jr 

Edwards, Gary C 

Edwards, James G 504 

Edwards, Karen R 

Edwards, Kathy L 

Edwards, Maria H 

Edwards, Marsha L 

Edwards, Marvin 128 

Edwards, Michael J 

Edwards, Rita R 

Edwards, Sharon L R 

Edwards, William E 

Edwards, Yvonne 

EELS, SWIM TEAM 244 

Egbert. Marvin M 399 

Eger, Jelfery A 535 

Egerton, Hardin M 

Eggemeier. William M 399 

Eggen. Joseph L 

Ehlen. Nancy L. 

Ehrenberg, Judith A 313,399 

Ehret, Walter R 399 

Eicher. Kathy L 268 

Eisenmenger, Barbara 211. 340, 

504 
Eissfeldt. Joanne M 
Eker, Sherry L 399 
Eklund, Robert G 
Elam, Betty J 313. 362, 400 
Elam, Daniel C 
Elam. Deborah A 
Elam, Deborah G. 535 
Elam. Donald H 
Elam. Lester Ray 
Elder, Benedict J 
Elder. Virginia K 400 
Eldredge. Carol J 4 79 
Eldredge, Garry A 
Eldredge, Larry A 
Eldndge, Barry G 
Eldndge. James N 
Eldndge, Linda E 535 
Eldndge, Minerva B 
Elgin, Clifford T. 
Elgin, Thomas M 
Elkin, Betty J 207. 400 
Elkins. Cathy A 535 
Ellery. Phyllis A 
Ellmger, Robert H 504 
Ellingsworth. Thomas 371 . 479 
Elliott. Darlene K 
Elliott. Donald C 297 
Elliott. Donald C 
Elliott. Harold E Jr 
Elliott, Leslie D 
Elliott. Martha A 292, 479 
Elliott, Norma H 



Elliott. Peggy L 

Elliott, Tom R 

Ellis, Brenda C R 

Ellis. Danny R 

Ellis. David W 

Ellis. Mark A 

Ellis, Mary K 535 

Ellis. Ralph A 

Ellison. Bonnie C 

Ellison, Danny M 

Ellison. Gary B 

Ellsworth. George W 

Elmore. Debra L 327, 331 

Elmore, James R 535 

Elovitz, Antoinette M 

Elovitz. Mary R 

Elrod, Dennis M 

Elsea, Thomas H 

Elseth, Lucile A 

Elswick, Judith M 

Elton, William G 449 

Elvove, Regina 535 

Ely, Robert M 504 

Elza, Dons J. 

Elza. Shirley R 

Elza. Vida D 

Elzy. Denise L 479 

Embree. Horace M 

Embree. James T 

Embry. Jean H 535 

Emmanuel, Winston A 400 

Emmons. Charles F. 165 

Emory. Lillian R S 

Endres, Diane M 535 

Endres, Mary J 

Engard, Vicki D 479 

Engelhardt, Richard L 449 

Engelhardt, William H 

England, Deborah L 535 

England. Larry L 

Engle. Carolyn J 479 

Engle, Jerry E 298. 535 

Engle, Linda A 504 

Engle. Mary S, 

Engler, Susan K 207, 287, 400 

Engstrom, Knstie E 

Ennis, Michael S 

Ensminger. Angela S 

Ensor, Teresa Y 

Epifano, James A 319 

Epley. Soma J 327, 479 

Epling. Gaynell 449 

Epling. William D 

Epp, Danny D 319 

Epperson, Catherine Y 

Epperson, David B 

Epperson, Tonya F 535 

Enckson, Victor J 

Ensman, Barbara L 

Ernest, Alan 

Ernest. Brenda S P 

Ernest. Carolyn A 

Ernest, James M 

Ernspiker, Kenneth Jr 400 

Erpelding, John C 

Erwin, Patricia A 327 

Erwin, Thomas G 

Esser. Walter O 248. 347 

Estep. Carolyn K 

Esfep, Donald C 400 

Estep. Johnney S 

Estep. Karan L 535 

Estep. Linda S 

Estep, Randall K 

Estep, Timothy A 

Estepp, Jeffrey G 560 

Estes, Anna G 

Estes, Donald L 

Estes, Edgar L 

Estes, Ehxabeth S W 

Estes, John A 

Estes, Maria J 

Estes, Paul D 

Estill, Deborah K 504 

Estill, Robert L. 

Estndge, Felix J 

Estndge, Karen S 504 

Estndge, Marsha Jo 

ETA GAMMA SIGMA 218 

Etheredge. David A 306 

Ethenngton. Carl L 

Ethenngton, Rebecca 

Eubank, David T 535 

Eubanks, Thomas H 

Evans. Billie L. 479 

Evans. Cathy G 400 

Evans, Daniel E 

Evans, Fred A 

Evans. Gerald D 

Evans. Harold G 

Evans. Jett W 

Evans, Joseph T 

Evans. Loudetta A 535 

Evans, Rebecca A M 

Evans, Richard S 

Evans, Rodney K 

Evans. William H 

Eve, Arthur J III 504 

Everage, Debra K 479 

Everage, Judy G 

Evendge. Sheha K 

Everman, Carla A 

Everman, Deana M, 

Eversole, John E 

Eversole, Judy K 479 



Eversole. Kenneth E. 

Eversole, Mary J 293 

Eversole, Mary S 479 

Eversole, Norma R 

Eversole. Peggy S 400 

Ewalt, John M 

Ewing, Sandra F 535 

Fackert. Larry W 

Fahnestock, Howard H 

Fahr, Jennifer A 535 

Faig. Kathie A 535 

Faig, Kimberley B 535 

Fain, Robert L 

Fair, Michael L 535 

Fanning, Gary D 31 5 

Fantetti, Kathny'n M 535 

Fanes. Richard A 

Fans. Cynthia S 535 

Farler. John W 

Farler, Verna M. 

Farley. Linda C 

Farley, Rebecca M 96 

Farmer. Arlene 

Farmer, David R 

Farmer, Delenna R 505 

Farmer, Donna S 

Farmer, Florence C 

Farmer, Jocelyn 560 

Farmer, Joseph T 

Farmer, Karen G 535 

Farmer, Luther 128 

Farmer, Robert C. 

Farmer, Stevan D 

Farmer. Una F 

Farney, Kathy E 

Farnsworth, Robert E. 

Farr, Grover V 

Farrell. Yolanda G 400 

Farrell. John 251 

Farns, Alvin W 

Farns, Bruce E 535 

Farns, Cheryl F 

Farns, Esther E 

Farns, Ezra W F 

Farns. Hosea 

Farns. Larry S 

Farns, Marjone M 

Farns, Michelle E 

Farns. Nancy C 535 

Farthing, William T 

Fassler. Gary J 

Faughn, Mary A 

Faulconer. Gary R 

Faulkner, Barry M 

Faulkner, Beranrd E 

Faulkner. Diana M 

Faulkner. Gregory P 

Faulkner. Hazel W 

Faulkner, Linda 

Faulkner, Marsha J 

Faulkner, Michael B 

Faulkner, Michael D 535 

Faulkner, Nancy D 

Faulkner, Phyllis K 

Faulkner, Robert T 

Faulkner, Shirley A W 

Faulkner, Tommy R. 

Faust, Susan K 

Favors, William M 

Favre, Anthony C 

Faw, Thomas G 

Fawley, Marianne 

Fay. John C 

Feather, Harry B 303 

Fedders, David A 479 

Federle. Dianna L 400 

Fee. Terry A 

Fee, Thomas H 

Feeback, Barry R 

Feeback, Charles M. 

Feldhaus, David J 321. 400 

Feldhaus. Edward M 346, 479 

Feldman, Beverly D 479 

Feldman, Fritz P 479 

Feldman, Theresa A 401 

Fell, James W 303 

Feller. Holly J 343, 505 

Feltner. Donald R 1 39 

Feltner. Martha L 

Feltner, Philip L 449 

Feltner, Taylor L 401 

Felty, Wayne D 

Fender, Michael L 505 

Fennell, Deborah E 

Fennell, Kent D 

Ferguson, Beverly J 

Ferguson. Deborah A. 

Ferguson, Deborah S 

Ferguson, Drue Jr. 401 

Ferguson. Elma J 216, 401 

Ferguson. Joanne F 

Ferguson, Michael M 401 

Ferguson. Norman W. 

Ferguson, Rudy G 

Ferman. Mary E 294, 401 

Ferrante, Mary A 369 

Ferrell, Denny L 479 

Ferrell. Gary L 3b/, 535 

Ferrell, Jerry A 

Fernng, Karen L 

FIELD HOCKEY. WOMEN'S 266 

Fielder, Glenn R 

Fields, Bonnie A 505 

Fields. Carole Y 401 

Fields. Edward D 



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Fields, Garry L 

Fields. Gayle J 

Fields, Harrison R 

Fields. James L 195, 197, 206. 

215, 401 
Fields, James P 214 
Fields. Judith C. 535 
Fields, Judy K. A 
Fields. Rmme J 535 
Fields. Sharon B 300, 331. 401 
Fields, Sondra L 
Fields. Stephen A. 401 
Fields. Steve W 535 
Fields, Suzan G 
Fields. Terry D 451 
Fields. Virginia A 
Fields, Yvonne 219 
Fiely, James M 401 
Fife. Deborah A 
Filer, Knsty A 535 
Filer, Donald R 202, 214, 401 
Filut, Jack M 
Filut, Karen J K 
Fincel, Deborah R. 327 
Finch, Carolyn L 288 
Fmck, Thomas P 347, 535 
Findley. Robert S 
Fmdley. Thomas E 254, 479 
Finger, Michael J 535 
Fink, Jeffrey A 
Finley, Debra L 
Finley, Glenda C D 369, 402 
Finley, Larry H 505 
Finley, Mae 402 
Finley. Rose G 479 
Finnell. John W 
Firman. Donna F 
Firman. Lillian M 
Fischer. Claudia L 267, 402 
Fischer. Debbie L 
Fischer. Lynda K 
Fischer, Patricia J 
Fischer, Peter L 402 
Fisher, Beverly J 402 
Fisher, Caroline 340, 479 
Fisher. Cynthia D 535 
Fisher, Diane C 402 
Fisher, Donald R 
Fisher, Eileen 289 
Fisher, Gordon L 
Fisher, Linda C. 
Fisher, Mark A 402 
Fisher, Mary A 349, 389 
Fisher. Mary C. 
Fisher. Millicenf J 465 
Fisher, Pnscilla E 
Fisher. Richard H II 
Fisher, Sandra A B 
Fisk. Pamela A M 214, 402 
Fisk, Terry L 214, 346, 402 
Fister, Madelines 479 
Fitch. Joseph C 402 
Fitzer. Linda M. 402 
Fitzgerald. Cindy A. 479 



Fitzpafnck, Charles 479 

Fifzpafnck, Donna M 

Fitzpalnck, Jacquely 505 

Fitzpafnck, James D 

Fitzpafnck, Thomas A 

Fizer, Judy K 

FLACK. ROBERTA 67 

Flairty, Paul S 505 

Flamm, Marsha R 505 

Flanery, Lynn P 402 

Flaugher, Jennifer S 

Flauft, James R 

Fleckenstein, Geraldine P 451 

Fleckensfem. Robert 479 

Fleenor, Katie S 

Flesher, Cacys 371 

Flesher, William M 

Fletcher, Janice L 

Fleury, Joseph K 

Flint, Steven R 

Flood, Anna M 560 

Flood. Mary W 

Flora, Joyce L 479 

Flowers, Larry A 

Flowers, Samuel B 

Flowers. Susan R 327. 505 

Floyd. Bobby D 

Floyd. Carol A 

Floyd, Glenda L D 

Floyd. John B III 

Floyd, Patricia M 195, 210 

Flynn, Alan W 

Flynn, David L 

Flynn, Freeda J 

Flynn, James H 

Flynn, Jennifer L 

Flynn, Kathi A 505 

Flynn, Kenneth R 

Flynn, Mary A 

Flynn, Ronald H 

Flynn, Susan J 505 

Flynn, Weyneth D 

Fockele, Robert D 

Foff, James C 248 

Fogg. Andrea E 479 

Fogt, Anders 479 

Fogt. David R 316. 402 

Fogt. Nancy A J 

Fogt. Niels H 

Foland, John E 402 

Foley, Glenn A 

Foley. John R 535 

Foley. Judy A. 505 

Foley. Lisa Y. 536 

Foley, Michael J 

Foley, Roger A 

Foley, Sandra J 479 

Foley, Steve A 505 

Foley, Vicky L 269, 402 

FOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB 366 

FOOTBALL. COLONELS 222 

Forbes, David C 451 

Forbis. Tr.nna L 216. 324 

Ford, Danny R 



Ford, James M 

Ford, Sandra D 

Ford, Sue H 

Ford. Gov Wendell 128. 148 

Ford. William B 

Fore, James H 

Forderhase. Nancy K 167 

Fore, Larry D 

Fore. Stephen E 298, 479 

Foree, Charles H 

Foree, Yvonne W 402 

Foreman, Gaynell H 505 

Forkal. Yvonne G 368. 479 

Forman, Joseph M 

Forman, Thomas G 

Forsythe, Barbara B 

Forsythe, Joyce A 292. 331 

Forsythe, Patricia L 

Forsyfhe, Robert A 

Fortner, David W 403 

Fortner. Rex D 197, 403 

Fortner, Sharon K 

Fortner. Steven G 403 

Fortner, Susan K P. 

Fortney. Joyce J 

Fortune, Susanne G 

Forwerck, Jill L 

Fosson, Carol G 

Fosson, Steven R 403 

Fosler. Arthur L. 

Fosler, Bobby E 

Foster, Donald E 

Foster. Gerrye L 403 

Foster, James C 

Foster, Juanita G 

Foster, Larry T 

Foster, Marcia J 293, 403 

Foster, Peggy A 

Foster, Robed A 

Foster, Sharon D 

Fouch, Dianna L 

Fournans, Peter N 

Foutch, Enoch Jr 

Fowler, Ruth 505 

Fowler, Teresa L 313 

Fox. Harold T 

Fox, Jo A 321. 505 

Fox, Lynn S 371, 536 

Fox, Mary T 505 

Fox, Nanette 

Fox, Susan N 560 

Fox, Thelma L 505 

Fraley. Dennis 505 

Fraley, Douglas A 

Fraley, Gladys L 

Frelay. Lawrence D 319. 403 

Fraley, Stephen R 

Francis, Adnanna H 

Francis, Charles R 

Francis. Delma J 211,212.374, 

505 
Francer, Evelyn 2~\Q 
Francis, Helen A 536 
Francis. James D 
Francis, Pamela M 
Francis, Thomas C 
Frank, Alan T 
Frank, Patricia A 
Franke, Janice L 505 
Franklin. Patricia S 403 
Franklin, Patty L 536 
Franklyn, David D 451 
Fravert. Gail L 536 
Frazee, Charles V 319 
Frazer, Paul D 

Frazier, Charles D 

Frazier, Charles L 

Frazier, Ester R 403 

Frazier, Howard W 

Frazier, Michael R 

Frazier, Roy R 

Frazier. Wayne 560 

Frederick, Dwam B 403 

Frederick, Linda S 

Fredericks, Rex 

Fredericks, Rita I 145, 505 

Free. Judith A 536 

Freeburg, Marna S 536 

Freedman, Kenneth N 

Freeman, Brenda L 

Freeman, James W 

Freeman, John W 

Freeman. Margaret E 

Freeman, Michael D 

Freeman, Ronnie L 403 

Freeman. Teresa J 349, 403 

Freer, Dave E 210 

Freer, Susan L 

Freitag, Russell C 

Freking, Connie J 31 

Frekmg, Margaret E C 

Freking, Robert W Jr 

French, Gary C 479. 536 

French, Gwenn M 

French, Jacquelyn Y 536 

French, Larry L 

French, Linda A B 

French, Robert E 

French. Vicky C 

French, Vincenta 

Frenzke, Mane E 

Frey. Jill D 313 

Fncker, Robert W 322 

Fried, David A 287. 536 

Fried, Joan Y 



Fnedly. Harold H Jr 505 

Friend. Carol L 

Friend, Evelyn J M 

Fnson, Audrey L 479 

Frith. Dorothy P 560 

Fnlsch, William S 303. 403 

Fritz. Charles T 

Fritz, Douglas E 

Fritz. Gary N 

Fniz, Pamela J 

Fritz, Vickie D 313. 505 

Fritzer, Linda 30 

Froman, Michael K 

Froman, William K 260 

Fron, Joni G 

Fronzo, Frank C 

Frost, David F 

Frosf, Donna 

Frost, Jack D 212. 373. 375, 451 

Frost, Patti J 

Frost, Ralph E 

Frost, Robert C 

Frump, Gerald E 

Fry, David L 403 

Fry. Elian J 536 

Fry, Sharon 536 

Frye. Edilh L 

Frye. Jerome E 

Fryman, John M 264, 265. 479 

Fryman. Julian F 

Fryman, Rhonda L 369. 507 

Fryman. Richard D 507 

Fryman, Richard E II 

Fryman, Robert A 367, 507 

Fuchs, Karen D 211 

Fuchs, Robert T II 

Fugafe. Betfy A 

Fugafe, Carolyn G 

Fugafe, David L 

Fugafe, Don 

Fugale, Farrell F 

Fugate. Fred D 536 

Fugafe, Gary L 507 

Fugate, Herbert W 

Fugate, Kennelh S 

Fugafe, Ronald D 

Fugale, Sandra C 536 

Fulks, Deborah S 

Fultbnght, Glen 21 6 

Fuller, James M Jr 

Fuller, Lisa R 536 

Fuller, Shirley A. 

Fulfon, Bruce M 479 

Funk, John W 403 

Fuqua. Beniamin E 

Funno, Richard D 536 

Furnish, Billy T 

Furr, Anne R 327. 403 

Fury. Richard S 479 

Fussnecker, Marilyn V 536 

Fussnecker, Sharon K 479 

Futrell. Kay A 

Gabbard, Alice L 

Gabbard, Betty S 

Gabbard, Bobby G 

Gabbard, Earl L 

Gabbard, Hugh E 

Gabbard, James H 

Gabbard, James H 

Gabbard, John P 

Gabbard, Keith D 536 

Gabbard, Larry J 

Gabbard, Larry S 

Gabbard. Lydie C M 

Gabbard. Manlee M 

Gabbard, Mary L 

Gabbard, Michael W 403 

Gabbard, Paula C 

Gabbard, Pauline S 

Gabbard, Robert B 

Gabbard. Rose M 

Gabbard, Sharon 507 

Gabbert. Edward L 

Gabehart, Marsha D 

Gabhart, Carl K 403 

Gabhart, James W 

Gabhart, Laura L 536 

Gabhart, Patricia G 403 

Gabhart. Rudy A 403 

Gabriel, Gabriel U 

Gade, Larry A 

Gaffney, Mary L 

Gaffney, William H 

Gagle, Steven L 480 

Gaines, Delores A 403 

Gaines, Linda S 403 

Gaines. Marilyn D 536 

Gaines. Rodney G 297 

Games, William K 241 

Galamb, Karen S 507 

Galati, Susan L 507 

Gall. Roxanne B 536 

Gallaher, Kathleen A 536 

Gambill, Patricia A B 560 

Gamble. Steven E 

Gambrell, David R 

Gammell, Gloria R 480 

Gammon, Cynthia S 536 

Gander, Anna K 

Gann, Jan R 

Gano, Sam P 322, 403 

Gant, Mildred M 

Garback, Janice M 403 

Garda, Judith C 536 

Gardiner, Slephame C 480 



Gardner, James L 536 
Gardner, Jerry I 

Gardner, Marsha C 480 

Gardner, William J 

Garey, Peggy L 536 

Garland, Roger L 480 

Garland. Ron 346 

Garman, Gary D 214, 346, 342 

480 
Garner. Carolyn J 
Garner. Helen G 289, 403 
Garnetl, Johnny W 
Gar'nett. Karen S 536 
Garnett. Kennelh W 
Garrard, Steven J 403 
Garrett, Gary W 480 
Garrett. Laurel L 
Garrett, Marshall 195. 322 
Garrett, Richard C 
Garretl. Slephen E 
Garretl. Walfer M 
Garrett, William G 536 
Garrison, Bruce R 
Garrison, Carolyn A 
Garrison, David K 
Garrison, Ronald K 
Garrison. Ronald R 
Garth, Cynlhia S 343, 536 
Garfin, Diana G 507 
Garvey, Jeffrey W 
Garvin, Stephen F 536 
Gary. Donna E 367, 480 
Gash, Daniel L 210. 507 
Gaskm, Donald W 
Gaskins. Diane J 
Gaston. Larry L 
Gates, Donald L 
Gates, Edward L 
Gatewood, Betfe C 371,403 
Gatlifl, Walter E 
Gatton, Vicki L 
Gay, Bertram D 
Gay, Brenl 
Gay. Carol J B 
Gay. Clinton 
Gay. Leslie C Jr. 
Gay. Louise 
Gay, Phillip 
Gay, Vernon 
Gaydos, Gwen 
Gayheart, Joyce 
Gayheart, Rhoda A 
Gayle, Veronica 300. 507 
Gearhart, Darretl A 
Gearhart, William D 
Gebauer, Harry R Jr 
Geddes, David A 
Gedhng, Ellen C 
Gedlmg. James L 
Gehron. Fred R 451 
Geier, William A 153 
Geigert. Walfer A 
Geisen, Mark H 403 
Gellhaus. Gregory D 298, 404 
Gentry, Dennis A 
Gentry, Dons A 480 
Gentry, Ellen L 536 
Gentry, Gary W 
Genfry, James B 404 
Gentry. Linda A 507 
Genfry. Michael R 
Genfry, Nancy S 
Gentry, Sharon K 536 
Gentry. Shirley C 
Genlry, Susan 404 
Gentry, Timofhy W 536 
Geoghegan. Johnetta 306 
Geoghegan. Joyce A 
Geoghegan, Virginia R 507 
George. Edward H III 363. 451 
George. Jacqueline M 
George, Linda A 
George, Theodore 1 64 
Gerard. Rhea K 
Gerding, Diane L 536 
Gerlack, Norman W 297 
Geron, Pat 258 
Gernert. John R 
Gerfh, Kathleen A M 404 
Gerfh. Richard W 507 
Gesenhues, John H 
Getman, Barbara R 
Gevedon, Janice C 
Ghai. Pamela A 367 
Gholson, Mary L 
Gholston. Dianne A 536 
Giancola, Lana C 
Giancola. Lone L S 
Gibbs. Gregory A 315, 507 
Gibbs, Paul L 536 
Gibson, Barbara G 331 . 404 
Gibson. Clara 
Gibson, David Evan 404 
Gibson. David F 287, 480. 507 
Gibson, David R 
Gibson, Earl C 
Gibson, Elmer 536 
Gibson, Frankie L 
Gibson. Gene C 371, 536 
Gibson, James C 
Gibson, Janie E 507 
Gibson. Joseph B Jr 480 
Gibson. Judy L 480. 472 
Gibson. Keith 371 
Gibson, Margaret A 536 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 585 



Gibson, Mark W. 

Gibson, Paul D 

Gibson, Richard C 404 

Gibson, Thomas K 465 

Gibson. William M 

Gibson. Vicki 404 

Gilford. Lu Ann 536 

Gilbert, Arthur D Jr 

Gilbert, Cebert 

Gilbert, Deborah S 

Gilbert, Donald D 

Gilbert, Gary 

Gilbert, Glenn D 507 

Gilbert, James L 

Gilbert, Jane R 

Gilbert, Jerry T 

Gilbert, John E 

Gilbert, Lon K. 

Gilbert, Sherne L 507 

Gilbert, Susan B 536 

Giles. Paul W 

Giles, Ronald L 

Giles, Terrye E 

Gilkeson, Orion R 

Gill, Jennifer A 

Gill. Linda J 292 

Gill, Timothy M 

Gillaspie, Lynn C 

Gillespie, Stephen K 

Gilliam. Dannie 536 

Gilliam, Donnie 536 

Gilliam. Dons F 

Gilliatt, Pamela P. 

Gilliland, Hugh R 

Gilliland, Virginia D 

Gillispie, Charley E 346, 480 

Gillispie, Sylvia V 

Gilpm, Brian C 404 

Gilpm, Neal B 

Gilpm, Roger D 480 

Gillner, Rebecca S 536 

Gimmel, Richard F 

Gimmel, Robert N 363 

Ginter, Gary L 

Ginler. George G 

Ginter, Margaret H 

Gmter, Tern A 465 

Girdler, Barbara A S 

Girdler, Donald E 

Girdner, Reeda V 

Girly. Pamela J 536 

Gish, Doris J E 

Githerman, Larry W. 

Given. Charlene 21 1 

Givens, Julie M 

Gladson, Debra L 

Glasgow, Deborah K 

Glasgow. Harry K 

Glass, Dane P 

Glass, Joan D 

Glass. Mary 343. 345 

Glass, Paul A 254, 287, 315. 507 

Glass, Vicki L 272 

Glasscock, Harold L 

Glasscock, Kaye V 536 

Glasscock. Mary L 289, 507 

Glassford, Ellen S 322. 327 

Glassford, Stephen K 322 

Glaze. Cheryl L S 

Glaze, Gary W 507 

Glebocki, Joan m 

Glenn, Bonnie F 507 

Glier. Dan 341 

Gloss. Jen L 536 

Glover, Susan G 480 

Gnadinger, Craig T. 342, 346 

Goatley, Charles F 536 

Goatley. David M 

Goatley, John E 480 

Goble, James A 

Goble. John E 

Goble, Pamela 480 

Goble, Roberts 451 

Goble, Robin G 

Gocke, Christopher C 

Godby, Forrest E 

Godby, Geraldean 537 

Godby, Stephanie 

Godsey. Cheryl L 537 

Godsey, Dale A 

Godsey, Ronnie H 

Goettel, Anne 

Goettel, Harry C 

Goetz, Louise M 

Goft, Esther M 465 

Gott. Joe L 

Goft. Mary J 

Goff, Patricia V B 

Goff, Slayrean 

Gott, Susan E 

Gotorth, Robert L Jr 

Goggin, Billie L 

Goh, Hok Soon 451 

Gohmann. Virginia M 266 

Goin, Kenneth 

Goms. Larry W 451 

Goins, Patricia A 

Gold. Steven D 197. 204. 215. 404 

Goldbach, Pamela S 350, 480 

Goldey, Robert F 

Goldsmith. Stanley N 

Goldston, William J. 404 

GOLF. COLONELS 256 

Golyer, Peggy E 369, 507 

Gooch, Charlene S 



Gooch, Donald W 

Gooch, Fred M 

Gooch, John D 

Gooch. Judy L. 175 

Good, Bradley J 537 

Good. Cindy M 

Good, Cynthia J 

Good. Gary W 

Good, Robert P 

Goodall, Rhonda K 

Goodm, Daphne H 

Goodm, Donna S. 507 

Goodm, Evylene P 

Goodm, Hiram 

Goodin, Rose O 

Gooding, Brian S 

Gooding. Patrick J 

Goodlett, Charlene A- 480 

Goodlett. Gary 

Goodlett, Sharon T 

Goodlette. Caddie A 

Goodlette, Richard H 

Goodman, Joseph L 

Goodman, Lacy Jr 404 

Goodman, Ralph W 537 

Goodman. Stephen J 

Goodrich, Gail M 

Goodrich, William A 

Goodwin, Constance S. 465 

Goodwin, David W 

Goodwin, Gary L 

Goodwin, Jerry D 

Goolsby, John R 

Goolsby, Margaret R 

Gootee. William M Jr 

Gordon, Betty R 

Gordon, Bruce E 

Gordon, Connie S 

Gordon. George L Jr 422 

Gordon, Glenn C 

Gordon, Rebecca A 

Gore, Mary E. 

Gorentlo, Daryl L 

Gorka, Susana Mane 451 

Gorley, Kelvin D 342, 480 

Gorley. Robed C 

Gorman, Jack W 

Gorman, John F 404 

Gorski, James R 

Goss, Dennis L 

Gosser. Kennie C 404 

Gosser, Phyllis F 

Gossett, Terri L 537 

Gossom, James M 

Gottshall, Robert B 

Gough. Patsy L 249, 404 

Gouwens, Gordon D 

Govan, John F 

Govan, Steve J 

Gover, Cecil G 

Gover, Jimmy W 371, 537 

Govedlo. Daryl L 537 

Goyne, Glenn E 404 

Grace. Hickory E 

Grace. John M 

Gradmger, Craig T 465 

Graff, Anita J 

Graft, Barbara A 

Graft. Mary C 537 

Graham. Edwina J 287,404 

Graham. Georgia L 

Graham. Harry G 

Graham. Jay A 

Graham. Joanie 364 

Graham, Judy L 404 

Graham. Margaret O 

Graham, Regina S 

Graham, Ronna L 537 

Gramig, Kathleen M 

Granes, Shernll L 

Granger, Kay D 537 

Grant, Danny C 

Grant, Dennis E 

Grant. Diane 480 

Grant, Gary L, 

Grant, Larry G 

Gran!, Rebecca S 

Grant. Richard L 

Grant, Sarah 404 

Grant, Vanessa 

Grass, Sondra K 349. 404 

Graves. Barbara S 465 

Graves. Gayle F, 

Graves. Larry T. 

Graves. Mary F. 537 

Graves, Scott G 

Graves. William Y. 

Graven, Larry D 507 

Gravil, Deborah A 

Gray, Bonnie C 327, 480, 472 

Gray. Carhn L 

Gray. Charlene 

Gray, Eleanor B 343. 404 

Gray, Gary E 

Gary, Harold G 

Gray. Julianne 

Gray. Kristie A 404 

Gray, Robert S 284 

Gray, Tevis P. 404 

Gray. Thomas E 315 

Gray, William S 

Gray, William W 

Graybar, Lloyd J 167 

Grayson, Glenda 

Grayson, Mark H 




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Graziant. Cnrysteen H 288. 404 

Grear, David C 

Grear, Glenda K. 

Greathouse. Mary M 

Greayer, Aleta E 377, 480 

Greayer, Bruce P 

Greeman, Omar L 

Green, Anthony 

Green, Carol J 

Green, Charles K 

Green. Cheryl L 537 

Green, Clifton E 

Green. Glyndon E 

Green, Gordon E. 319 

Green. Holmesefta 

Green. Joseph W 

Green, Kathy G 

Green, Marjone H 537 

Green. Michael E 

Green. Patrick J 

Green, Paula F. 537 

Green, Prewitt 

Green, Richard C 

Green, Robert A 

Green, Robert L 297. 404 

Green, Robert S 480 

Green, Rodney L 404 

Green. Roger M 315, 404 

Green. Ronald E. 

Green. Steven 

Green. Susan M 507 

Green, Tena M 404 

Green. Tony 260 

Greenburg, Myra L 292, 507 

Greene. Arty P 

Greene. Deborah J, 537 

Greene. Douglas W 

Greene. George K 

Greene, Kathy A 537 

Greene, Larry T, 

Greene, Martha E 480 

Greenhill, Clarence C 

Greenhill. Mary H. 

Greenup, James W 258, 322 

Greenup, Pamela E M 

Greenup, William L 

Greenwell. Brenda L. 343, 405 



Greenwell. Johnny B 


Griffin. Sandra L 480 


Greenwell, Laura C 507 


Griffin, Sarah A 537 


Greenwell, Lynne M 


Griffin, Teresa M 


Greenwell, Margaret E 480 


Griffin. Timothy L 537 


Greenwell, William M 


Griffith, Elizabeth E 


Greenwood, Gary W 


Griffith, Gary R 507 


Greer, Gary L 


Griffith, Gregory B 


Greer, James O Jr 


Griffith. Howard D 


Greer, Lloyd M 


Griffith. Leslie L O 


Greer, Patricia A 507 


Griffith, Mary L 


Greever. John E 288, 507 


Griffith, Sandy 415 


Greger. Steve A 


Griggs, Billye R 


Gregg, Rita K 480 


Griggs, Riana J 


Gregory, Earl J R 507 


Griggs, Vickie J 


Gregory, Gail E 507 


Grim, Barbara Y 


Gregory, Gil M 


Grim, Leroy 


Gregory, Joseph R 537 


Grimes. Bill A 


Gregory, Kathy 218 


Grimes, Mary A 


Gregory, Larry J 


Grimes, Sandra K 292. 405 


Gregory, Linda G 537 


Grimes, Terrence F 


Gregory, Margaret D 537 


Gnmme, Randal G 405 


Gregory, Michael A 


Grinage, Jose H III 310. 31 1 , 507 


Gregory, Mildred A 405 


Gnner, Ramona J 


Gregory, Nora K 405 


Gnse. Elizabeth J 


Gregory, Phillip N 


Gritton, Larry A 


Gregory, Thomas R 


Gnzzard, Jacqulyn L 


Gremer, Rafael A II 348, 363 


Groen. Catherine M 538 


Gretzmger, Man/ E 537 


Groen. Sybil A 405 


Gretzmger, Nancy K. 


Groezmger. James G 


Grever, Elizabeth A 384 


Grogan, Gary S 


Grevious. Audrey L 


Grogan. Lynn Y 


Grey. Steve 306 


Grollig, James M 


Gnder, James W 


Gronberg, Rickie G 


Gnder, Louis K 


Gross, Charlotte H 


Gnder. Marsha C 


Gross, Mary S 538 


Gnder, Mary J. 480 


Gross. Paula L 


Gnder, Tommy D 


Gross. Roberta J 


Gnesch, Sarah K 


Gross, Vernon 


Grieve, Charles H Jr 214 


Gross. Wilson D 


Griffin, Betsy K 288 


Grove, George T 


GnHin, Charles W 316, 451 


Grove. Judith T 


Griflin, Gregory M 


Grubbs, Billy A 


Griffin. Joan C 537 


Grubbs, Martha L 538 


Griffin, Kenton G. 342, 537 


Gruen, Michael S 


Griffin. Linda D 


Grueninger, Ronda L. 313. 405 


Griffin, Patsy A 


Grugin, Michael D. 


Griffin, Peter O 


Gruner, Robert C 297 



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Gubser, Stephen F. 405 

Gudget. Virginia 218 

Guenthner. Linda R. 405 

Gufley. Bobby D 

Guldenschuh, Kenette 538 

Gulledge, Larry V 

Gullell, Bomta 

Gullett. James N 

Gullett. Michael L. 

Gullette, Kenneth R 374, 507 

Gullette. Robert W 

Gulley, Brenda J 

Gulley, Clysta D 507 

Gulley, Cordie M 

Gulley, Lynn R 507 

Gumme. Randy 306 

Gundy. David R 

Gunn, Stanley W Jr 538 

Guthrie, John L 

Guthrie, Patrick D 

Gutterman. Margaret A 

Guy. Arthur J 

Guy, David A 

Guy. Karrol L 327. 405 

Guy, Kimberly R 538 

Guy. Virginia A 405 

Habas, Susan M 350, 507 

Haberlm, Glen 264 

Hack. Wanda L 212 

Hacker. Barbara W 406 

Hacker. Bonnie S H 

Hacker, Bruce 

Hacker, Dennis B 

Hacker. Elvin J 

Hacker, Jeannette 

Hacker, Joe B 

Hacker, Malvery J 538 

Hacker, Maynard A 

Hacker, Reuben G 

Hacker. Tolene 

Hacker, William D 

Hacketl, Mary J 507 

Hackler. Susan D 

Hackman. Kathryn L 

Hackman. Mary F 480 

Hackworth. Danny W 

Hackworth, James T 

Hackworth, Kaye W 465 

Hackworth, Kenneth W 480 

Haddix, Edward H 

Haddix. Roy H. 

Haden. K. Ann 507 

Hadley, Barbara C 

Hadley, Benjamin D. 

Haeberlm. Glenn E 

Hagan. Adda J 215 

Hagan, Ann R 

Hagan. Ellen M 

Hagan, Hubert L 287. 450, 480 

Hagan, Lydia W 480 

Hagan. Marion S 327, 507 

Hager, James R 

Hager, Kathlee M 406 

Hager, Raymond A 

Hager, Ronald L 

Hagerman. Leigh A 

Haggard, Ricky A 321 , 363, 480 

Hagy. Gary S. 

Hahn. Ralph G 

Hail, Jane H 

Hail. Richard B 

Haines. Robert O 364, 538 

Hairston. Eleanor S 288.451 

Hairston. Jo Ann 451 

Halbert. John W 560 

Halcomb. Fara L 361 

Halcomb, Glenda K 465 

Halcomb, John R 

Hale, Darrell W 

Hale, Deborah L J 480 

Hale. Donna J 406 

Hale, Durward E 406 

Hale. Edward C II 

Hale, Frederick E II 

Hale. Glen M 

Hale. Gwendolyn S 289, 406 

Hale. Joan U 

Hale, John C 

Hale. Judy E 

Hale, Marlene 

Hale. Marsha A 

Hale. Mary A 

Hale, Soma D 145, 507 

Hale, Stanley C 

Hale, William E 

Haley, Douglas R 538 

Haley. James H 287 

Halttman, Paul F 346, 538 

Halthill. Andrea K 538 

Hall, Anna G 

Hall, Benny V 

Hall, Bernard M Jr. 

Hall. Brenda J 

Hall. Carol A 480 

Hall, Christine D 

Hall. Dallas W 

Hall Deanna N 538 

Hall. Deborah A 

Hall. Deborah S. 287. 507 

Hall, Diana M 210, 369, 406 

Hall. Enoch C III 

Hall. Gary L 

Hall, Gary L. 406 

Hall, George S 

Hall, Harold G 



Hall, Janice N 507 

Hall, Jarold K 507 

Hall. Jeftery L 

Hall, Jerry T 

Hall, John F 

Hall. John T 293. 321. 480 

Hall, John W II 

Hall. Joseph G 406 

Hall. Joseph M 538 

Hall. Junellen 

Hall, Karen L 480 

Hall. Karen S 538 

Hall. Kevin C 371 

Hall. K.rby D 538 

Hall, Martha J 

Hall. Melinda A 363. 538 

Hall, Owen L 406 

Hall. Pamela F 

Hall, Patricia L 

Hall, Rex D. 

Hall, Robert W 

Hall. Roy C 451 

Hall, Sarah F 

Hall, Sherrel K 

Hall. Stanley B 

Hall, Stephen K 538 

Hall. Teresa K 

Hall. Terry D 

Hall, Thomas N 

Hall, Tommy 406 

Hall. Tony T 

Hall. Truman S 346, 406 

Hall. Vickie L 210 

Hall, Victoria E J 103,219.406 

Hall, William B 

Hall, William C 

Hall, William G Jr. 

Hall. Wilma J 507 

Halleron, Barbara E 507 

Hallman. Howard E 298 

Halhs, James 

Halsey. George W 

Halsey, James W 

Halsey, Judy P 406 

Halter, Jack R 

Ham, Dennis B 

Ham. Rebecca D. 507 

Hamblen, Thomas J 

Hamblm, Glen E Jr 

Hamblm, Henry M 406 

Hambly. Barbara A 480 

Hambly, Robert J 303 

Hambnck, Joe 352 

Hamillon. Barbara K 508 

Hamilton, Barbara S 406 

Hamilton, Benny G 

Hamilton, Candice L 

Hamilton, Dane R 480 

Hamilton. Daniel G 288, 406 

Hamilton, Deborah L W 

Hamilton. Edwinna R 538 

Hamilton, Glenna S C 

Hamilton. Joan H 406 

Hamilton, John W 508 

Hamilton. Judith K 96, 327, 362. 

480, 472 
Hamilton, Karen D 
Hamilton, Karen K 313, 406 
Hamilton, Karen L 
Hamilton. Kenton H 539 
Hamilton, Michelle 
Hamilton, Rebecca L 
Hamilton, Robert K 
Hamilton, Robin L 313 
Hamilton, Ronald D 
Hamilton, Sandra L 406 
Hamilton, Sarah N 508 
Hamilton, Webber D. 406 
Hamlin. Maryanne 539 
Hamlin, Richard W 
Hamm, Connie L 
Hamm, Mary B 
Hamm, Melvin D 
Hamm. Sue D 
Hammer, David M 
Hammerstrom, Mary L 539 
Hammond, Anna J 
Hammond. Anthy K 480 
Hammond, Cary E 
Hammond, Jimmte R 508 
Hammond, Joe D 
Hammond. Judy L 480 
Hammond, Larry B 
Hammond. Leroy 406 
Hammond, William S 367 
Hammonds. Ruth A 539 
Hammons, Beverly L 539 
Hammons, Brenda K 508 
Hammons, Day 306 
Hammons. Linda K 313 
Hammons. Mary R O 
Hammons. Robert R 
Hammons, Vivian C 
Hammons. William C 406 
Hammons, William M 
Hampton, Clyde D 
Hampton, David E 508 
Hampton, Ethel M 
Hampton, Jacqueline 288 
Hampton, Martin J 480 
Hampton, Percy E Jr 
Hampton, Rita L 343 
Hampton, Ronnie J 
Hampton, Steven A 539 
Hampton, Vicki L 98. 539 



Hancock. Anna L B 

Hancock, Michael E 

Hancock. Ronald L 

Hancox, Jettery l 

Hand, Mary E 539 

Handley, Cheryl A 

Handley, Michael B 508 

Handshoe. Debra A 

Haney, Donald 128. 161. 129 

Haney, Gary C 

Haney, Marlene S 

Haney, Sidney L 

Hanger. Charles R 406 

Hankins. Deborah D 508 

Hanks, Connie C 480 

Hanks, Douglas R 406 

Hanks. James C 

Hanks. John T 406 

Hanley, Alvm C 

Hanna, Dorothy 

Hanna, Juanita J 508 

Hannah, Julie P 

Hannah. Mary B 190, 192, 198. 

218. 406 
Hannah, Ralph 
Hannan. Richard R 508 
Hannan, Victor R 480 
Hanner. Rebecca S 345. 539 
Hannon, Linda 406 
Hanrahan, James P 
Hansel, David L 
Hanstord. Charles V 508 
Hanstord. Judy K. 289. 480 
Hanson, Corliss A 
Hanson, Linda S 539 
Hanson. Mark W 
Hanson, Netlie J 406 
Hanson. Wanda D 
Hansson. Kenneth S 147 
Happoldt. Candie L 539 
Haralson, Robed W 539 
Harbach. Benjamin R 
Harbin. Roberta A 
Harbison, Farrell A W 
Harbove, Michael R 303 
Harbula, Bernie 304 
Harbut, Tyrone C 254 
Harden, Nancy L 508 
Hardesty. John M 
Hardesty, Martha L 539 
Hardesty, Michael J 
Hardesty, Monica J 
Hardesty, Thomas L 
Hardey, Gary C 
Hardin, Cleo L 
Hardin, Jane G 
Hardin, Jennifer 288, 480 
Hardin. Lucile L 
Hardin, Rebecca J 539 
Hardin, Roger W 
Hardin, Sharon G 
Hardin, Sheldon 
Hardin, William H 
Hardison, Lee M 408 
Hardy, Charles E 
Hardy, Douglas S 408 
Hardy. Elizabeth C 
Hardy. Freddie L 
Hardy. Gayle L 
Hardy. Joseph R 303 
Hardy. Linda R 
Hardy, Susan K 
Hare, Michael L 
Haremski, Michael B 
Hargis, Ronna K 
Hargis, Walter M 
Hargrove, Robert B 
Harkins. Dorolhy W 
Harkms, Howard F 
Harkleroad. Thomas S 
Harlan, Joe O 
Harmon. Allen M 408 
Harmon, Janet E 
Harmon, Michael A 
Harmon, Nancy K C 
Harmon. Patricia L 
Harmon. Peggy A 
Harmon, Shirley A G 
Harness. Carolyn A 
Harney, Danny R 
Harney. Thomas E 408 
Harp, Donald R. 
Harp. Gary L 
Harp, Kenneth R 
Harp. Ramona B 
Harper, Everette F Jr 
Harper. Janie D 481 
Harper, Michael D 
Harper, Thomas C 24 1 
Harrell. Danny K 316 
Harrell, Sharon K 408 
Harriett, M Ingram 510 
Harris, Butfie K 539 
Harris. Cecelia C 508 
Harris, Charhnda A. 408 
Harris. R Blaine 165 
Harris, Charlotte A 408 
Harris. Deborah A. 539 
Harris. Debra J 539 
Harris, Dennis 481 
Harris, Don 354. 539 
Harris, Donald J 
Harris, Donna J 
Harris, Dorothy K 
Harris, Edna L C M 



Harris. Gilda S 481 

Harris, Helen J 481 

Harris, Kathleen E 

Hams, Margaret J 508 

Harris, Mary A 408 

Harris, Michael D. 481 

Harris. Pamela J 

Harris. Paula L 508 

Harris. Ralph 

Harris, Robert Jr 

Hams, William F 

Hams, William H 

Harrison, Brenda S 539 

Harrison. Debby E. 539 

Harrison. Deborah S 481 

Harrison. Douglas G 

Harrison. Elizabeth F 

Harrison. Grover C 539 

Harrison, Harding G 

Harrison, James C 

Harrison, Judith C D 

Harrison, Robert L 

Harrison, Sally M 313 

Harrison, Sandra B. 

Harrison, Sandra S 

Harrison. Thomas R Jr 

Harrison, Timothy R 481 

Harrison. Wilma J 

Harrod. Barbara J 481 

Harrod. Gordon L Jr 

Harshbarger, Shern L 

Hart, Hollis M 498, 508 

Hart. Jackie L 

Hart, Miles E 

Hart. Paula K 

Hart|e. John C 216, 369 

Hartley, Charles K 

Hartley, James T 

Hartman. Deborah L 

Hartman, Marsha D 

Hartung. Kathy M 

Harvey. Arthur S 244 

Harvey. Donald R 297. 481 

Harvey. Paul D 

Harville, Gerald W 508 

Harville. Robert H 

Hash, Deanna S 

Hash. Gerald R 

Hash, John P 364, 539 

Haskms. Peggy L 508 

Hassan, James Foster 

Hastings, Nancy J 369 

Hasty, Janice 

Hatcher, Edith E 408 

Hatcher. Edwina 195, 200, 210 

Hatfield. Avery L 

Hatfield. Guy 139 

Hatfield, Henry D 508 

Hatfield, Judy G 481 

Hatfield. Kenneth R 408 

Hatfield, Lois E 

Hatfield. Mary A 

Hatfield, Patty L 539 

Hatfield, Rebecca P 408 

Halhaway, Deborah R 

Hathaway. George R 

Hatley, Robyn M 

Hattenck, Walter W 

Hatton. Daryl 539 

Hatton, Joyce E 

Hatton, Nelson C 

Hatton. Rodney T 

Hatton, Sanford W 

Hatton, William N 

Hatton, William Y 408 

Haus, Michael J 

Havnlla. Robert M 409 

Hawkins, Deborah J 331,481 

Hawkins. Ear! T 

Hawkins. Lee B 

Hawkins, Marilyn J 

Hawkins. Nancy O 539 

Hawkins, Pamelia L 300 

Hawkins, Susan K 

Hawkins. Thomas W 

Hawks. Kathleen A 481 

Hawksworth, Linda M 289 

Hawley. James S 

Hawley, Robert C 321. 409 

Hawthorne. John R 

Hay. Deborah S 409 

Hay. Donna L 211 

Hayden. Deborah A 508 

Hayden, James R 

Hayden. Joseph I 

Hayden, Rebecca O 

Haydon, Charles D 306 

Haydon, Charlotte E 

Haydon. Joseph P 

Haydon, Thomas S 

Hayes, Eddie 

Hayes. Everett A 

Hayes. Glenn 151. 371 

Hayes, Jeffrey L 508 

Hayes. Jerry R 

Hayes, Larry M 

Hayes, Linda K 

Hayes. Phoebe S 

Hayes, Robert 177 

Hayes, Thomas D 539 

Hayes, William L 

Hayman. Lyman N 

Haynes. Paul E Jr. 

Hays, Gene W 

Hays, Jim H 



Hays. Ruth A 313. 481 

Hays, Sheila K 

Hays. Steven R 481 

Hays. William S 409 

Hays. Wilson A 409 

Haysley. Robert W 

Haywood. Philip A 

Haywood, Rebecca M 289. 481 

Hazelngg, Anne H 292, 481 

Head. Mary L 481 

Head, Randy R 

Heard. John D 

Heath, Terry L 481 

Heathman, Billie J H 

Heberle, Jeanne M 

Heberle, Klaus H 

Heckler. Richard G 

Heckman, Alice J 

Heckman, Kathy A 465 

Hedgebeth, Gregory P 508 

Hedgecock, Linda S 

Hedgecock. Room L 539 

Hedges. Cynthia A 508 

Hednck. Norman R 

Heflernan, John P 

Heffernan, Lyn J 539 

Heffley, Steven D 

Heffron, Karen S 539 

Hehl. Donna L 152 

Hehman, Gregory L 

Heid. William R 409 

Heidorn, Judy A 

Heim. Nancy A 

Heim, Sybil A 

Heineman, Janet L 539 

Heinisch. Jane E 

Heinnch. Patrick W 

Heinzelman. Larry C 409 

Heise. Margaret A 267. 539 

Heister, Randall M 409 

Heitz, Peggy L 

Heitzman, Carolyn M 508 

Heitzman. Deborah A 

Held. John M 

Hellard, Dale R 

Hellard. Rickie L 

Hellard, Stephen L 

Hellard. William E 

Heller. Edward M 

Hellmann. Judy M 21 1 , 361 . 362. 

363. 508 
Helm. Finley 
Helm, George 
Helm, Hannah J 481 
Helm, Hugh B III 539 
Helm, James E 409 
Helm, Jerry D 
Helm, Roger D 508 
Helm, William S 297, 481 
Helmbrecht, Stephen L 342, 346, 

409 
Helms, Bradley P 
Helsley, Bonnie F 
Helton. Charles R 409 
Helton, Gwendolyn A 
Helton. Jennifer L 345, 539 
Helton, John K 
Heltzel, Jerri L 465 
Helvey. Drusilla J 368, 539 
Hempel. Daniel R 
Hempel. Deborah 
Hempfling, Jean C 327, 481 
Hempfling, Mark C 539 
Henderhght, Lawrence 
Henderlight. Philip E 
Hendershot, Linda M 508 
Henderson, Bonnie M 
Henderson. Clarenetta 288, 409 
Henderson, Donald C 
Henderson, James D 
Henderson, Linda L 
Henderson, Marilyn J 508 
Henderson, Mark F 508 
Henderson, Robert G 
Henderson. Sheree M 
Henderson, William H 
Hendren, Dons 
Hendren, Hubert F 28 
Hendricks, Bruce E 
Hendricks, Charles T 
Hendricks, Debra J 
Hendricks, Donna C 409 
Hendricks. W Roberta 
Hendnckson. Jack D 
Hendnckson, Karen E 211. 508 
Hendnckson. William 
Hendnx, Glen A 
Hendnx, Judy A 
Hendnx. Ronald E 539 
Hendrix. Steve R 
Henik, Rosemary A 539 
Henn, Vicky L 539 
Hennessey, Barbara L. 
Hennessey, James T 
Henning, Jo A 266. 481 
Henrick, Jams M 
Hennckson, Donald 352 
Henry, Claire A 
Henry, Edgar R 409 
Henry. Kenneth R 
Henry, Kenneth W 216. 369, 481 
Henry, Kevin M 465 
Henry. Linda T. 
Henry, Patricia 409 
Henry, Richard L 



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Henry. Susan M 371 

Henry. Thomas M 409 

Hensgen, Debbie A 539 

Hensley. Carolyn B. 

Hensley, Deborah G 

Hensley, Debra S 269. 327, 409 

Hensley. Etlie W 

Hensley. Harry S 264 

Hensley. James D 

Hensley. Janice K 213. 375, 508 

Hensley, Jean B 409 

Hensley, Kathy A 539 

Hensley. Kathy J 539 

Hensley. Larry E 

Hensley. Margaret M 

Hensley. Nollie 

Hensley. Peggy 409 

Hensley. Ruby L 451 

Hensley. Russell 481 

Hensley, Vicki L 

Henson, Patricia E 508 

Henson. Steve M 

Hentzell, Cynthia I 409 

Henzman. Pollyanna 539 

Hepler. Gwendolyn H. 

Hepler. William M 

Heppler. Mark W 508 

Herald, Connie J 508 

Herald. Elizabeth 409 

Herald, Imogene 

Herald, Joyce A H 

Herald. Mitchel C 

Herald, Nancy E 

Herald, Paul R 

Herbst, Diana J 

Herdt. Martha N 

Hergott. Sister Esthe 

Hermann. Gary N 

Hern. Linda S 313, 465 

Herren, Emily J 539 

Hernn, Linda M 

Herring, Elizabeth 

Herrmann, Gayle A 

Herrmann, Nancy S 

Herron, Dale L 

Herron, Larry M 409 

Herron, Suzanne 

Hershberger, Tressa J 

Hershberger, Walter F 

Hesler, Carolyn J 

Hess. Edwin A 1 58 

Hess, Ralph W 539 

Hesse, Barb L 409 

Hesse, Sister Betty A 

Hester, Rita S 

Heuer. David E 

Hever, Martha 351 

Hewlett, Joe R 341, 342 

Hey. David M III 409 

Hey, Sharon M 292, 508 

Heyl. Victoria L 508 

Heyer, Robert B 

Hibbard. Calvin D 

Hibbard. James 539 

Hibbard. Jane T 137 

Hibbard, Joe 214, 342 

Hibbard, Mary K 

Hibbard. Ruby C 

Hibbs, Susan S 482 

Hickerson, William H 560 

Hickey. Glynda M 

Hickey. Juanita J 

Hickey. Lana S 409 

Hickman. Paul E 508 

Hickman, Reginald K 539 

Hicks. Brenda K 539 

Hicks. Janet L 

Hicks, John P Jr 409 

Hicks, Judy C 

Hicks, Judy L. 482 

Hicks, M Susan 409 

Hicks, Mattie E 

Hicks, Patricia F 202. 210, 216. 

219. 327. 409 
Hicks. Pam 289 
Hicks, Retha P 
Hieber. Mary C 465 
Hiett. Jan K 
Higdon, Paul L. 
Higgins, Deborah A 287, 482 
Higgms, Garland W 540 
Higgins, George E 
Higgins, J Thomas 
Higgins, Karen L 
Higgins, Lee 
Higgins, Lewis M 
Higgms, Peter J 
Higgins, Robert A 
Higgins, William J 
High. David A 
Higley. Randall N 
Hignite, Darrel S 
Hignite, Vickie C 
Hilbish, Alicia A 350, 508 
Hilderbrand, Ronald B 540 
Hilgeman. Donald E 
Hill, Angela K 
Hill, Barbara J 508 
Hill. Carol A. 
Hill, Carol A 
Hill, Cathy E 482 
Hill. Charles A 482 
Hill, Clyde E 
Hill, Diane K 288, 410 
Hill, Elizabeth M 194, 198. 212, 



215, 216. 218. 377. 378, 410 
Hill. James D 
Hill. James R 
Hill, Janie F. 
Hill. John E 
Hill. Julia C 

Hill. Karen E 218. 266. 482 
Hill. Larry L 
Hill. Mary B 
Hill. Mona L 
Hill. Nancy A M 
Hill, Richard H 
Hill. Richard P 
Hill. Robert A. Jr. 
Hill. Roberta B 155 
Hill, Ruth L 465 
Hill, Sardra K 
Hill, Stanley W 260 
Hill. Susan E 508 
Hill. Thomas K 
Hill, William F 
Hill, William H 
Hillard. Jackie N 
Hillard. Robert L 
Hilliker. James D 508 
Hillman, Robert C 540 
Hillman, Virginia A 313 
Hilpp, Paul F 
Hilterbran, Roy D. 
Hilton. Dudley R 
Hilton. Kathy 

Himes. Linda K 201. 218. 410 
Hlncks, Judy A 
Hindman, Larry J 
Htndman, Nancy L 410 
Hinds, Merry C 
Hines, Daniese A 482 
Hmes, Donald C 
Hines, Judy G 
Hines, Richard E 
Hines, Roy R 
Hines. Verniese A 508 
Hmkle, Edna L 
Hinkle Irene B 
Hinkle. Raymond H 
Hinkle, Richard L 
Hmo, Edward J 
Hino, Marlene A 
Hmson, Jenna C 540 
Hirst. Judith K 

Hirtzinger. Carol L 210, 313, 410 
Hisle, Candace J 
Hisle. Eva S M 

Hissom, Jack R 234. 251. 252 
Hitch, Dwight H 
Hitchcock. Charles R 
Hitchcock. John R 
Hite, Nancy K 410 
Hite. Terry G 482 
Hogeland, Bruce 352 
Hoagland, Mary C 210, 369. 410, 

481 
Hoagland, Rose M 
Hoagland, Susanne P 
Hoback, Charlie G 
Hobbs. Bessie A 
Hobbs, Irene M 
Hobbs, Pamela A 292. 481 
Hobson, Molly N 560 
Hobson, Sharon R 540 
Hochwalt, Patricia A 268, 367 
Hocker, Ruth A 
Hodge. Lloyd 
Hodges, Barbara S 
Hodgkms, Thomas G 451 
Hoehler, Carol A 
Hoertt, Sheryll L 
Hoft, Robert J 
Hoffert, Jere R 410 
Hoffman. Irvin H 508 
HoHman, Linda J 465 
Hoffman. Martha 410 
Hoffman. Mary T 292 
Hoffman, Michael D 410 ' 
Hoffman, Richard C 
Hoffman, Susan J 465 
Hoffmann, Carles G 
Hoffmann, Leslie 
Hogan, Darrell E 
Hogan. Nancy L 540 
Hogan. Shirley M S 
Hoge. Elizabeth K 
Hoge. Patricia A 
Hogg, Roger L 217, 297 
Hogue, James G 
Hohman. Margaret R 
Holbrook, Charlotte F 540 
Holbrook, Howell H 
Holbrook, Hubert L 
Holbrook, Jesse C. 
Holbrook, Joyce E 
Holbrook, Michael L 
Holbrook. Paul 
Holbrook, Phyllis J 
Holbrook, Robert A 
Holbrook. Tanya L 410 
Holbrook, Virginia K 508 
Holbrook, William F 
Holcomb. Lester W Jr 
Holcomb, Teresa J 540 
Holder, Mary D 540 
Holderman, Patricia J 324 
Hoidstock, Michael J 
Hole, Kathleen A 508 
Holeman. Kathleen S 293. 410 



Holihan, Dan 246 

Holihan, Ronald J 248, 451 

Hollan, Julia A 

Hollan. Linda J 

Holland, Donna L 

Holland, Lenard A 451 

Hollencamp, Geraldme 345, 540 

Holleran, Paula H 355, 508 

Holliday. Eliza J 

Holliday. James D 

Holliday, Robert C 

Holliman, Arnold C 

Holhn, Sheila D 

Holhngsworth, David 482 

Hollingsworth. Jeanie 482 

HoHingsworth. Laura 

Hollingsworth, Ovie G 

Hollms, Thomas A 

Hollister, Christine 

Hollon, Elijah D 

Hollon. Maria D 540 

Hollon, Roger D 

Holloway. James A 287, 509 

Holloway. Kent F 241 

Holloway, Robert M 

Holloway, Rowena G 540 

Holman, Belinda J 410 

Holmes, Cecily A 

Holmes, Darrell 131 

Holmes. Sharon K 

Holoch. Carl A 451 

Holsclaw, Sheila K 293, 482 

Holt, Brenda G 

Holt, Ernie J 

Holt, Karen S 540 

Holt. Kathy G 410 

Holt, Kenny D 

Holt. Ray W 287, 410 

Holt. Vanita K 

Holten, Beverly A 349. 482 

Holten, Scott A 

Holthaus. Kathy A 526. 430 

Holthouser, Suzanne R 410 

Holtkamp, Ronald W 509 

Hoilclaw, Elizabeth 

Holzwarth, David T 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 367 

Honaker, Judith K 

Honchel, John F 

Honchell, Phyliss J C 

Honeycutt, Joy W 

Honeycutt, Paul W 

Honeycutt, Pauline 

Hongsombud, Visid 

HONOR ROLL 192 

Hood, David G 

Hood, Raymond A 254, 347. 482 

Hood, Rebecca L 410 

Hook, Greg P 248 

Hook, Gregory W 347, 509 

Hook, Margaret A 

Hooker, Morgan 

Hooks. Vonda G 540 

Hooper, James E 

Hooper, Johnny P 509 

Hoover. Debora L 

Hope. Charles W 

Hope, George L 

Hopes, Timothy A 361 

Hopkins. Bonne J 509 

Hopkins. Cynthia L 298. 313, 482 

Hopkins, Joanetta 

Hopkins, Robert E 

Hopkins, Stephen D. 410 

Hopkins, Walter M 

Hopper, Chene C 

Hopper, Ralph E 

Hopperton, Gary W 482 

Hopson, Mary R 324 

Horan, Joseph L 410 

Horan, Michael A 

Horn, Charles G 

Home, Patricia L 540 

Horner. Carl S III 

Hornsby. Cathy D 217 

Hornung. Mark W 

Horrar, Nancy L 

Horseman, Bonita J 

Horseman, Connie G 540 

Horseman. Nelson D 

Horseman, Sherry L 465 

Horsley. Beverly J 211. 509 

Horstman. Estella D 

Horton. David E 321. 509 

Horton, Jean L 540 

Horton, Michael D 281 ,311, 333. 

410 
Horton. Ruth A 
Hoskins, Betsy C 
Hoskins, Cecil 
Hoskins. Charles R 
Hoskins. Debra S 509 
Hoskins. Donna L 
Hoskins. Fay E 
Hoskins, Herbert H 
Hoskins. James A, 346. 482 
Hoskins, Jesse 
Hoskins, Kathleen 
Hoskins, Lonnie 
Hoskins, Merle 
Hoskins, Pamela G 509 
Hoskins, Patricia A 410 
Hoskins, Willie J Jr 
Hott, Roger G 369, 540 
Houatler, Donna J 540 



Houben. Gary W 346, 410 

Houben, Kathryn S 509 

Houchens. Jeffrey N 

Houchin, Howard C 

Houchin. Patricia K 

Houchin. Thomas I 248, 540 

Houdeshell, Nancy K 367, 465 

Houghtaling. Robert J 410 

Houk. Kathenne L 509 

Hounshell, Jimmy D 

Hounshell, Virginia L 

Houp, Kenneth L 

Houp, Pamela L 483 

House, Ann 509 

House. Billy C 410 

House. Bridget G 509 

House. Coleman 

House. Dorothy S 

House, Ernestine P. 294 

House. James A 373, 483, 605 

House, Martha P 

House, Mary D 

House, Robert C 

House, Romie D 

House, Ronald T 

House. Stephen E 410 

House. Wilma C 

Houser, Esther B 483 

Householder, William A 150 

Houston. Connie M 451 

Houston. James A 451 

Houston, Sandra S 

Houston, Wilbur 1 37 

Houston. William O 

Hovatter, Donna J 

Hovious, Darrell N 483 

Howard, Albert W 

Howard, Annette 540 

Howard, Barbara B 

Howard, Billie J 

Howard. Carol A 483 

Howard, Cary B 

Howard, Clarence 

Howard. Donald W 

Howard. Eddie M 

Howard. Edna M H 

Howard, Elizabeth A 540 

Howard. Evelyn 541 

Howard, Glenda S 541 

Howard. Glenn F 410 

Howard. Glenna B 483 

Howard, Gloria C 

Howard, James E 

Howard, James T 

Howard, Jimmy R 

Howard, Joseph A 

Howard, Joseph M 1 76 

Howard, Keith R 

Howard, Lonnie D 

Howard. Mary S 

Howard, Maurice E 

Howard, Pauline F 

Howard. Peggy 509 

Howard, Phillip E. 

Howard, Richard H 

Howard, Robert G 

Howard, Robert S 

Howard, Terry J 

Howard, Victoria L 

Howard. Walter B Jr 

Howell, Brenda K 

Howell. Byron E 560 

Howell. Delmer 

Howell, Harold V 

Howell, Llewellyn 293 

Howell, Pauline L 483 

Howell, Robert E 

Howerton, John D 

Howerton, Leigh Jr 

Howitz, Virginia A 

Howitz, William L 

Howlett, Charles C 

Howze, Eligah 

Hoyt. Julie K 375 

Hricko, Deborah M 483 

Hrubala. Bernard E 254. 347. 397, 

410 
Hruban, James A 262, 451 
Huang, Maw Shuh 
Huang, Mm Chi 
Huang, Mm Chi 
Huang, Shih Tung 560 
Hubbard, Benjamin R 
Hubbard, Lanny R 410 
Hubbard. Mary S 541 
Hubbard, Scott H Jr 
Huber, Lorona T 
Huber. Mary C 219 
Huber, Mary W 210. 327 
Huber, Stephen L 
Huckaby. Terry A 
Huckaby. Tim P 
Huddleston, Brenda A 
Huddy. Joellen 
Huddy. John J, 346. 483 
Hudson. Cheryl L 
Hudson, Danver R Jr 
Hudson, Donna S 541 
Hudson. Harriett 
Hudson. Kenneth 
Hudson, Lewis 
Hudson, Mark D 241, 509 
Hudson, Michael W. 
Hudspeth, Gregory F 
Huenefeld, Deborah S 



Huenefeld. Kathleen A 21 1 . 509 

Huff. Betty L 

Huff. Cynthia L 541 

Huffman, Cathy L 

Huffman, Donna S 

Huffman, Durward W 

Huffman, Eric F 

Huffman, Florence S 541 

Huffman, Jean A 509 

Hullman. Jerry L 

Huffman. Linda K 

Huffman, Mary E 

Huffman. Patrick O 

Huffman, Terry L 

Hughes. Arthur A 483 

Hughes. Billie B Jr 315 

Hughes, Bonita S. 

Hughes, Brenda J 343, 41 1 

Hughes, Charles A 

Hughes, Donna J 

Hughes. Duby 315 

Hughes, Howard L 

Hughes. Jacky R 483 

Hughes. Janice M 541 

Hughes, Jody E 

Hughes, John B 248. 347 

Hughes. Joy C 

Hughes, Joyce L 

Hughes. Kay M 4 11 

Hughes, Linda J 41 1 

Hughes, Madonna K 465 

Hughes, Marsha B 

Hughes. Michael A 215. 298 

Hughes. Otto L 

Hughes, Phyllis C 

Hughes, Richard A 

Hughes, Richard P 411 

Hughes. Tonda L 509 

Hughes, William L, 215. 483 

Hughlett, Kathryn L 483 

Huguely, Allen J 

Huguely. Garnet! S 

Hulette, Lesa K 

Huls, Hannah R 

Huls, Judy A 509 

Huls. Linda K. 

Huls. R Kenneth 

Huls. Robin L 509 

Hume, Allen T 

Hume. Mary E 264, 509 

Hume, Walter A 

Humelsine. Ray A 509 

Humphrey. James G 

Humphrey, Mary C 

Humphrey, Sherry L 

Hundley, James S 483 

Hundley. John D 

Hundley, Nancy K 21 1 , 268, 509 

Hundley. Robert D 

Huneycutt. Dinah G. 411 

Hungler, Michael L 

Hunley, Eugene 

Hunstad, Bernie R 363 

Hunt, Brenda D 483 

Hunt. Carolyn W 

Hunt. Clara J 

Hunt. Frances E 

Hunt, James D 284 

Hunt, James M 

Hunt, Karen W 

Hunt. Lynn 541 

Hunt, Mary T. 

Hunt. R Stephen 

Hunt, Ronald E 

Hunt. Willma M 

Hunter, Ann M 

Hunter, Charles E 

Hunter. Johnnie M 541 

Hunter, Marilyn K 

Hunter, Mary S 

Hunter, Ross A 

Hunter, Steven C 

Hunter, Wesley K 

Huntey, Bruce R 560 

Hurak. Thomas J 483 

Hurd, Darrell L 298, 411 

Hurlbert, Cornelius S 161 

Hurley. Orletta P 

Hurley, Rosalind K 

Hurley. Steven L 254. 342. 483 

Hurst. Harold G 

Hurst. Lantie O 

Hurst. Thomas S Jr 

Hurt, Mary R. 

Huskisson, Martha A 541 

Hussung, Sharon A 

Husted, Mary L 510 

Hutcherson, Wilma M 541 

Hutchinson, Betty S 218 

Hutchinson, Gary A 541 

Hutchison. Susan G 

Huth, James E 

Hutsell. Robin S 541 

Hutton, Mary C 

Hutton, R Eileen 

Hutton, Virginia 

Huysman, Arnold N 

Hyden, Doris C 

Hylton, Marjone G 

Hymer, Vicki L 541 

Hynes. John D 

Hysmger, Douglas O 

Hysmger, E. Mary Jane 

Hysmger, Edward J 

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Iddmgs, Ray L 

Igo, Helen T 541 

Ikerd, Tim C. 

Infantmo, Blanca I 

Ingalz, James A 

Ingels, Mary K 

Ingham. Loyd M 451 

Ingram. Harnett M 

Ingram, John W 

Ingram, Ronald G 

Inman, John H 41 1 

Inman, Linda S 41 1 

Innis. Philip R 451 

Insko. Alice Cox 

Insko, Mary N 541 

Insko, Michael A 216 

Insko. Theresa T. 210. 411 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 330 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT 

ASSOCIATION 
INTERIOR DESIGN CLUB 366 
INTRAMURALS 270 
Inumerable, Numenano 
lovme, James T. 
lovine, John J 
lovine. Rachel E 
lovino, Brenda J 465 
Ireland, Michael E 
Ireland, Noel W 
Irey. Roc D 257, 315 
Irvm. Malcolm P 
Irvin. Marguerite 510 
Irwin, Gregory M 541 
Irwin, Martha W 
Irwin, Victoria E 
Isaacs, Arnold C 
Isaacs, Brenda F P 
Isaacs, Carol A 313 
Isaacs, Irene H 
Isaacs. Janet S 541 
Isaacs, Karen G 
Isaacs. Marilyn R 216 
Isaacs, Michael E 
Isaacs, Nolan E 
Isaacs, Rosie M 
Isaacs, Steven D 
Isaacs, William G 
Iseli, Deborah L 541 
Isgngg. Gary H 
Isham, Wilma L W 
Ison. Barbara A 541 
Ison, Carlton E Jr 
Ison, Clinton C. 
Ison. David E 
Ison, Denise L 541 
Ison, Donald E 
Ison, Earl D. Jr. 
Ison, Gary L 
Ison, Ira T 
Ison, Joseph D 
Ison, Kenzie P 
Ison, Ralph E 
Ison, Robert B Jr 
Ison. Sandra K. 
Ison, Sheila A 
Ison, Vickie R 
Ivers, William F Jr 
Ives, Steven R 



Jacina, Eddie G 541 

Jacks. Daniel D 

Jackson. Albert D. Jr. 541 

Jackson, Allen W 

Jackson. Anna J S 

Jackson. Betty D 483 

Jackson, Brenda L 

Jackson. Dallas 

Jackson. David M 510 

Jackson. Donna D 

Jackson, Douglas H 

Jackson. Frances L 

Jackson, Jimmy L 

Jackson, John C 41 1 

Jackson, Kenneth T 411, 541 

Jackson, Kennith W 

Jackson, Margaret H 

Jackson, Margie A 

Jackson, Merwyn L 

Jackson, Michael B 

Jackson, Patricia A 411 

Jackson. Richard W Jr 214,412 

Jackson, Ronnie C 

Jackson. Shandra K 98,510 

Jackson. Stephen F 

Jackson. Steven C 412 

Jackson. Sylvia 465 

Jackson, Victoria S 214, 510, 541 

Jackson. Virginia S 

Jackson, Wade G 412 

Jackson, Wanda 

Jackson. William D 346 

Jackson, William M 

Jackson. Willis D 

Jacobs, Cathy L B 

Jacobs. Deborah R 483 

Jacobs, James B 

Jacobs, James E 

Jacobs. Karen A. 412 

Jacobs. Ricky L 510 

Jacobs. Susan E 510 

Jacoby. Jon J 

James, Alfred O 

James, Evelyn D 510 

James, Frederick A 11412 

James, John D Jr 451 

James. Lloyd M 483 

James. Michael A 288 

James, Patricia A 541 

James, Pharlis R 541 

James, Teresa J. 412 

James. William N. 133 

Jancko, Robed D 241 

Jared, Phillip L 345 

Jarman, Michael L 

Jarrett. Charles W Jr 216 

Jarvis. Karen S 412 

Jarvis, Lela F 412 

Jarvis. Melodie R 

Jasper, Robert B Jr 

Jasper, Robert S 

Javins, Tom M 248, 445 

Jells, Vicki D 413 

Jeflers, Jo A 28. 96, 324, 483 

Jeflers, Sally N 30, 316, 327, 483 

Jefferson, Robert A 

Jeffries. Deborah R 

Jeffries. Elizabeth L 



Jeffries. Fowler b 

Jeffries, Marilyn M 

Jeffries. Merry J 

Jellnes. Neleta M 

Jefls. Vicki D 

Jenkins. Alice R 465 

Jenkins, Deborah A 413 

Jenkins. James R 

Jenkins. Jerome C 

Jenkins, Mildred R 

Jenkins, Sue W 

Jenkins. Virgil C 

Jennings. Mabel M 219 

Jennings. Margaret A 

Jennings. Marion W 

Jennings, Myrena 219 

Jennings. Roy C 

Jennings, Sondra G L 

Jennings, Vickie F 510 

Jensen. Lyda K 541 

Jensen, Martha S 510 

Jensen, Vicki D 

Jernigan, Cathy L 541 

Jervis, Garry M 451 

Jesse. Diane M 541 

Jeter. Jenny L 

Jett. Amy P 

Jett. Barry L 306 

Jett. Gordon L 319, 413 

Jewell, D Randall 305 

Jinks, Virginia M 351 

Jody. Calhy 

Jody. Gary J 

Johanboeke, Janet K 

Johanboeke. Vickie S 541 

Johns, Ellen J 266, 269 

Johns. Judy K, 

Johns. Margaret G 

Johnson. Allen K 

Johnson, Bartholomew 214, 483 

Johnson, Benjamin C 305 

Johnson, Betty L 

Johnson, Blanche M 

Johnson. Bradley E 

Johnson. Brent R 

Johnson, Carol A 186 

Johnson. Carroll D 

Johnson, Charles F 483 

Johnson. Charles G 

Johnson, Clayton M 346 

Johnson, David G 

Johnson, David J 

Johnson, Dayle A 289. 413 

Johnson. Deborah A 

Johnson, Debra S 541 

Johnson, Dewey L 

Johnson, Diana L 541 

Johnson, Diane R 

Johnson. Fleetwood 

Johnson. Gladys N 

Johnson. Hartese H 

Johnson, Helen 510 

Johnson, Homer E 

Johnson, Ishmeal E 510 

Johnson, Jacqueline C 

Johnson, Jacqueline S 

Johnson. Janel S 541 

Johnson. Joe R III 




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Johnson. John 254 

Johnson. Joyce A. 

Johnson, Judy C. 483 

Johnson. Judy G C 

Johnson. Judy Y 

Johnson, Kay A 324. 483 

Johnson. Keen D 

Johnson. Lawrence H 

Johnson, Leslie B 

Johnson, Lois L 

Johnson, Lola J 

Johnson. Marcia L 413 

Johnson, Margaret A 413 

Johnson, Mark S 541 

Johnson, Marsha D 483 

Johnson, Merle 341. 413 

Johnson. Micheal L 

Johnson, Nancy 

Johnson, Neville L 

Johnson, Palncia A 

Johnson, Paul 288 

Johnson, Paula 218 

Johnson, Phil 

Johnson, Ralph T 

Johnson, Ralph V 346 

Johnson, Randy T 

Johnson, Richard D 

Johnson, Robert A 

Johnson. Robert L 

Johnson, Ruth A 510 

Johnson, Sandra A S. 510 

Johnson, Sheha O 

Johnson. Shirley E 

Johnson. Stephen III 216 

Johnson. Stephen T 

Johnson. Terrence A 483 

Johnson. Terry L 322 

Johnson, Vernon R 

Johnson, Viola M 

Johnson. Walter L 510 

Johnson, William C 

Johnson, William E 

Johnson, William G 

Johnson. Winnie S 216.483 

Johnson, Worley Jr 510 

Johnson. Yvette A 294. 483 

Johnston, Dennis A 541 

Johnston, Jean E 

Johnston. Michael H 

Johnston. Rebecca J 350. 541 

Johnston. Richard C 322.413 

Johnston, Robert W 

Johnston. Ruth 

Johnston, Sandra R 

Jomes. Henry B 

Jolly, Anna E 340. 541 

Jones, Adda G 

Jones, Alma T 

Jones, Anthony 541 

Jones, April E 

Jones, Belinda L 289, 483 

Jones, Belh M 

Jones. Beverly J 541 

Jones. Bobby L 

Jones, Booker T Jr 

Jones, Brian C 

Jones. Bruce D 

Jones. Carol A 

Jones, Carolyn M 541 

Jones. Catherine C 313, 497. 510 

Jones. Clinton A 289. 305 

Jones. Coy L 

Jones. Daniel E 

Jones. David E 

Jones. David M 207, 219. 413 

Jones. David P 

Jones. Deborah S 541 

Jones, Dianne C 267, 483 

Jones, Donald L 306, 413 

Jones, Easter 541 

Jones, Elmer 

Jones, Ernesl D 

Jones. Ernest S 

Jones. Evan A 

Jones, Everett D 

Jones. Franklin D 

Jones, Freeda G 

Jones, Gary L 483 

Jones, George R 

Jones, Georgeanne E 51 1 

Jones, Gerald R 413 

Jones, Gwendolyn A 560 

Jones, Harry B 483 

Jones, Harry T 483 

Jones, Harvey J 

Jones, Helen 541 

Jones, Hubert C Jr 

Jones. Hugh A 

Jones. James M 

Jones. James M 

Jones. James W Jr 329, 483 

Jones, John D Jr 

Jones, John E 

Jones, John F 

Jones, John S Jr 

Jones, Johnnie G 

Jones, Karen C 

Jones. Kenny R 

Jones, Laura L 

Jones, Leah J 362. 510 

Jones. Leigh A 

Jones, Lmda A 

Jones, Lisa M 292, 466 

Jones. Lloyd H Jr, 

Jones, Mary F 541 



Jones, Mary M 

Jones. Michael A 346 

Jones, Patrick G 387 

Jones. Paul E 

Jones. Peggy D 466 

Jones, Phyllis C 

Jones, Raymond W 

Jones. Richard R 

Jones. Roy 

Jones. Sharon B 

Jones. Sharon S 

Jones. Shirley A 

Jones. Susan E 

Jones, Teddy D 

Jones, Teresa G 'j41 

Jones, Thomas B 361. 510 

Jones. Thomas C 413 

Jones. Timothy D 

Jones, Vernon N 

Jones. Verlrees B 

Jones. Vicki L 268. 293, 413 

Jones, Vicki R 210. 510 

Jones, Wanda W 510 

Jones, Wendell R 

Jones. William L 

Jones. Yvonne M 

Jordan. Anna F 

Jordan. Barry L 

Jordan, Chnsta S 541 

Jorgenson, Alan M 

Judge, Greg A 560 

Judge. Patricia M 371 

Judson, Joseph A Jr 541 

Judy. Gerald D 

Judy, Karen 

Jungkurlh. Randy L 244.254.347. 

511 
Jupin, Lawrence R 
Jurek. Elizabeth J 
Jurek. Margaret A 542, 542 
Jury, Henry S 
Justice, Charlene 51 1 
Justice, Chester Jr 
Justice, Claton 413 
Justice, Donna J F 
Justice. James C Jr 
Justice, Joseph D 499, 542 
Justice, Karen A 367. 499, 542 
Justice. Paul W 
Justice, Phillip C 542 
K MATES 340 
Kachenmeister. Claren 
Kaelin, Lawrence W 251 . 253. 347 
Kaenzig, Vickie L 542 
Kahlo, Margarel D 
Kaiser, Connie R 542 
Kale, Edwin T 483 
Kalla. Mumir M 
Kalmey. Janet F 270. 51 1 
Kalmey. Joyce A 51 1 
Kamenelzky, Esther F 
Kanamon, Manko 348 
Kandle. Kathleen M 327.413 
Kandle, Kirk M 
Kane. Connie J 51 1 
Kane, Philip N 

Kanzmger. Robed C 346, 413 
Kaplan. John B 542 
Kaplan. Virginia G 483 
KAPPA ALPHA 307 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 309 
KAPPA DELTA 312 
KAPPA DELTA PI 219 
KAPPA DELTA TAU 349 
KAPPA IOTA EPSILON 
KAPPA MU EPSILON 
KAPPA PSI ALPHA 310 
Kareth, Karen E 287. 340. 483 
Kargel, Karlene A 
Kargel. Karsten E 
Karlstrom, Karl G 
Karns. Connie J 542 
Karp, Larry 306 
Karr, Eugene C 
Karr, Mary H 288. 511 
Karrer, Michael A 
Kathlma, James W 
Kaufman. Nancy C 288. 51 1 
Kaulman, Philip R 499 
Kaukham. Chalermdej 348, 452 
Kaukham, Pornratchane 466 
Kavanaugh, Marilyn J 
Kavanaugh. William L 
Kawaja. Gahb E 321.413,506 
Kawaja. Mary A 
Kaycor. Dan E 413 
Kaylor, Dan E 
Kays, Daniel T 511 
Kays. Joseph L 
Kays. Patrick H 
Kays. Rudy M 315. 413 
Keal, Renard R 
Kearns, Marlena B 413 
Kearns. Phillip W. 511 
Keathley. Rhonda F 51 1 
Kebbe, Stanley E 
Keck. James H. 
Keck, Jo Ann M 483 
Keefe, Patricia K 
Keeling. Pamela K 511 
Keen. Kenneth 363 
Keen, Purl K 215 
Keenan, Douglas E 
Keene, Rebecca L, 413 
Keeney, Ann F 



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Keenon, Ange I 

Kees. Debra A 51 1 

Keelon. Bathilda S D 

Keelon. Cynthia R A 

Keeton. James L 

Keelon. William R 

Keller. Kalhey D 

Keiler. Dave 319 

Keith, Barbara N 

Keith. Brenda L 

Keilh. Colleen K 

Keilh, Florella E 

Keilh, Joan E 413 

Keilh. Larry S 

Keith. Stephen C 

Kelholler, Charles I 197. 286. 287. 

413 
Kelien, Debra J 
Kellar. John W Jr 
Keller. Charles A 
Kelley. Barbara D 
Kelley, Donald W 466 
Kelley, Earl W 
Kelley, James R 
Kelley, Jerome R 
Kelley, John M 
Kelley. Kenneth H 
Kelley. Lawrence L 542 
Kelley, Louise H 
Kelley. Patricia G 542 
Kelley. Robert B 298, 413 
Kelley. Robert W 
Kelley. Robyn L 
Kelley. Sarah K 176. 483 
Kellis. Thomas L 413 
Kelly, Daniel F 
Kelly, Edilh B 
Kelly. Henry 
Kelly. James M 341 
Kelly. Jane A 
Kelly. Jerry L 
Kelly. Joseph M 542 
Kelly. Karen S 
Kelly, Tish B 313, 413 
Kelsey, Lisa B 542 
Kelso. Cynlhia A 371, 483 
Kello, Vivian I 51 1 
Kemble, Margaret K 51 1 
Kemp, Jacquelyn D 
Kemper, Debra C 51 1 
Kemper, Jacqueline A 
Kemper. Mary A 
Kemper, Vickey L 351, 413 

Kendall, Cheryl G 

Kendall, Ritchie H 

Kendnck. Amy G 

Kendnck, Maxine 

Kendnck. Ronald G 

Kendnck, William Jr 

Kennedy, Albert S- 413 

Kennedy. Cheryl D 511 

Kennedy, Donna E 293 

Kennedy, Frances F 375. 511 

Kennedy, Franklin M 

Kennedy, Jenniler L 452 

Kennedy, Patricia S 483 

Kennedy. Teresa J 483 

Kennedy. Vernon E 

Kenner, Ronald L 51 1 

Kenney. Bridget R 

Kennison. Brian 303 

Kenny. Susan L 324 

Kent. James A 216 

Kepler, David M 360. 414 

Kepler, Jill H 215. 511 

Kerbaugh, Glyn D Jr 

Kern, Angela 327, 414 

Kerns, Tommy W 

Kerr, Tina A 483 

Kersey. David J 284 

Kesel. Nancy C 414 

Kessinger. Mark E 

Ketron. Frank L 51 1 

Keltler, Michael A 214. 414 

Key, Clarence S 51 1 

Kibbey. Linda F 313 

Kibler. Barbara H 266. 269. 542 

Kidd. Brenda L 414 

Kidd. Hildreth C 

Kidd, Jackie L 327 

Kidd. Linda G 

Kidd. Niki A 

Kidd. Roy L 

Kidd. Sandra A 

Kidd, Sherrye A 542 

Kidd. Tanya M 

Kidd. Vicki L 

Kidd. Virginia S 

Kiddoo. Pamela S 293. 331 

Kidney, Kathleen M 

Kidney, Moira J 

K.dwell. Boyd B 306 

Kidwell. Ella M 

Kidwell, Herman W 466 

Kidwell. Randall B 

Kieler. David T 

Kilburn. Louann 

Kilburn. Lucille 

Kilgore. Joyce K 484 

Killen, Judith A 

Killian. Joseph S 

Killion, Bradley E 

Killman. Billye 351 

Kimball. Gail L 324. 344 

Kimbrough, Phyllis L 



Kimbrough, Reed D 310,311.414 

Kinberger, Barbara L 327.414 

Kincaid. Ernest D Jr 

Kincaid. Harold F 484 

Kinch, Priscilla D 

Kmcheloe. David B 

Kmdler, Thomas 

Kmduell. Timothy R 

King, Or Amy P 1 60 

King. Andrew J 

King. Annbruce G 300 

King. Belinda J 511 

King, Belly D 

King, Cril Jr 

King, Daniel III 

King, Dons H 

King, Everett G 

King, Glyndon E 

King, James C 51 1 

King. Jane M 

King, Jettery W 

King. Joseph C 51 1 

King. Karen S 483 

King. Kathleen E. 51 1 

King. Lawerence W 

King. Mitchell W 

King. Patti J 

King. Phillis J 

King. Ralph E 

King, Sharon J 414 

King. Tildon R 

King, Vicki B 542 

King, Vmada M 511 

Kingsolver, Anne C 

Kinman, Benjamin T 

Kmman, Charles V 

Kinman. Connie F 542 

Kinman, Deborah L 

Kinman. Dwight D 

Kinman, Judy L 

Kinman, Michael L 

Kinman, Rinda A 

Kinnaird, Michael W 

Kinnaird, Patricia B 

Kmne. William D 

Kinney. Andre 297. 414 

Kinney, Charles L 

Kinney. Terry A 

Kinsolving, George B 

Kinsolving. Lucien L 

Kirby, Bruce E 

Kirby, Bryan W 

Kirby, Coy R 

Kirby, Nancy F 

Kirby. Roger D 

Kirchdorler, Dorothy 

Kirchner. Clarence C 484 

Kirchner, Peter M 542 

Kirk, Deborah J 377, 511 

Kirk. Jim 212. 374 

Kirk. Ken E 

Kirk, Linda J 

Kirk, Stephen R 303. 414 

Kirker, Jan 542 

Kirkland. Allene Y. 

Kirkpalnck. Bath N 

Kirkpatnck. Teresa M 350 

Kirksey, Larry 224. 414, 226 

Kirzinger, Robert S 371 

Kiser, Eric P 484 

Kiser, Gary A 

Kiser, Jetterson G 

Kiser, Maxwell D 

Kiser. Patricia C 

Kiser. Tern D 

Kish, Mary F 

Kish. Steven J 

Kissick. Diana F 

Kitchen. Roy W 

Kileck. Paul D 51 1 

Kleckner. Karen D 414 

Kleckner, Melvin V 

Klein. Amelia J 

Klein, Dennis M 

Klein. Glen 212 

Klein, Mary A 

Klein, Raymond G 414 

Klein, Suzanne E 542 

Klein, Theresa A 267, 542 

Kleinjan, Marlene A 414 

Kleintank. Lou A 

Kleykamp. Deborah A 

Kleykamp, Joseph K 414 

Kline, Janice K 51 1 

Kline. Luann 51 1 

Kline. Mike 303 

Kline. William C 

Klmgstein. Donald O 542 

Klosterman. Debra A 

Knapp. William F 

Knarr. Emma C 

Knecht. Karen S E 

Knecht. Thomas L 

Kneisel, Linda L 

Kneisel. Richard L 

Knicely, Brenda S 

Knillley, Arthur W 

Knilley, Susan H 51 1 

Knight. Cynthia I 

Knight, Joe F Jr 305 

Knight. John W 

Knight. Laura L 327. 414 

Knight. Patricia A 560 

Knight. Patricia C 484 

Knight. Robert W 315 



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Knight, Susan G 511 
Knight, Thomas M 551 
Knipp. Arguest D 
Knipple, Janet M 327 
Knipple. Mary E 484 
Knox, Tern G 
Knuckles, Susan F 
Knuehl, Marietta 51 1 
Koch, Richard J Jr 
Kochera. James W 
Kochm, Steve L 
Koehler. Donna L 414 
Koenig, Kathleen M 414 
Koenig. Phillip K 542 
Koenigstem, Deborah 
Koenigstein, Philip R 
Koenmger, Dave M 511 
Koger, David B 
Koger, Helen N 
Kogutek. Michael D 
Kohl, Patricia A 371, 484 
Kohler. John E 
Kohler, Kelly L 
Kohls, Deborah A 542 
Kok,' Barbara D. 484 
Kok. Kevin O 234. 484 
Kok. Mary B 267, 269. 543 
Kokinda. James A 
Kokorehs, Basil K 
Kolb, Craig S 543 
Kolesar, Karen L 266 
Koiloft. Fred C 
Kolloft, Margaret B 
Koman, Susan M 
Komara, James A 
Kongfoo. Unchalee 452 
Konkol, Nancy E 
Kopp, Garry W. 
Kopp, Louis W 511 
Kopp, Margaret E 51 1 
Korade, Karl J 262, 263 
Koshewa, James A 
Kotheimer, David A 
Kowalch, Mary E 543 
Kozel, Beth A 
Krahenbuhl, Jennings 
Kramer, John A. 315 
Kramer, Susan J 
Kraner, Benton E 
Kranz. Karen E 575 
Kratzwald, Emily L 511 
Kraus. Bruce F 543 
Kraus. Steven P 
Krauth. Linda S 484 
Krautwater, Kathryn A 
Kreachbaum. Carmen K 543 
Krebs. Bruce M 
Kreidler. David E 543 
KRESKIN 575 
Kroehler. Loretta S 
Kroehler, Stephen F 
Krohn, Albertlne 218 
Kropp, Nancy E 267, 452 
Krueger, Daniel W 216. 511 
Kruschwitz, Karen L 452 
Kubale. Cordelia A 
Kubale. Manam C 
Kuehn, Regina M 



I 



Kuehne, Maria 

Kuhn, Gregory A 347 

Kuhn, Kenneth L 511 

Kupper. Mark E 51 1 

Kurapkat, Margaret A. 210. 214. 

414 
Kurk, Gary A 543 
Kurk. James H 194, 414 
Kusche, Nancye A 
Kuss. Philip D 
Kutchback. Robert C 
Kuykendall, Philip A 
Kwak, Michiko 
Kwak, Tae-Hwan 167 
Kwozalla, Stetlani L 466 
Lacaden, Lenetta 98, 300 
Lackey, Elizabeth D 484 
Lackey. John F 
Lackey, Maurice L 
Lacoste. Donald T 484 
Ladenburger, Donna L 543 
Lafavers, Michael J 
Laferty, Delmar 
Laferty, Donald 
Lafollette, Max E 51 1 
Latollette. Rhonda F 511 
Lagassee, Barbara J 414 
Lail. James L 
Lainhart. Deborah C 414 
Laird, Jennifer L 
Lake. Gloria J 484 
Lake. Jo A 
Lakes. Larry S 
Lalley, Kimberly A 
Lamar, Vickie J 543 
Lamarr. Janice C 
Lamb. Darryl R 
Lamb. James E 
Lamb, Jerry G 484 
LAMBDA SIGMA OMICRON 1 75 
Lambdin, Paula D 350, 414 
Lambert, Charles H. 
Lambert, Thomas L 
Lambert, Warren E 543 
Lamka. Debra J 543 
Lamphere. Joellen E. 
Lampley, Donald W 414 
Lancaster, Dwight L 511 
Lancaster, Robert L 
Lancaster, Sharon B 
Land, Cheryl A B 
Land. Reeta K 512 
Land. Wanda L 
Land. Willie M. 
Lander, Walden E 
Lanier. John 297 
Landis. Knstie A 284. 512 
Landreth, Mma A B 
Landrum. Brenda G 
Landrum. Raymond K 363 
Lane, Bennie R. 160. 214 
Lane. Daniel C 
Lane. Danny G. 287. 543 
Lane. David R 341, 484 
Lane. Glen E 
Lane, Karen A 343. 512 
Lane. Kathy K 288 
Lane, Kenneth D 512 



Lane. Michael K 

Lane, Priscilla A 

Lane. Stephen C 346. 414 

Lane. Suzanne C 

Lang, Darci K 466 

Lang, Gay C 

Lang, Judith M 

Lang. Victor E 

Langan, Barbara J 543 

Langdon, Deborah A 327, 512 

Langdon, Sylvia 512 

Lange, Bruce M 414 

Langer, Daniel R 

Langerak, Karen J M 

Langley, Mona G 

Langman, Regina B 

Langorak, Karen J 452 

Langstatl, Jamie L 350. 512 

Langston. Howard V 

Lanham. Debra L 543 

Lanham, Karen 543 

Lanham, Patricia L 

Lanham, Samuel K 

Lanham, Sandra G. 512 

Lanham, Timothy J 

Lanier, John R 484 

Lanier, Mary H 

Lanier, Paul W 

Lanigan, Deborah J 

Lankheit. Vivian L 51 1 

Lanphierd, Stephen P 

Lansdale, Alan S 

Lanier, Joe B 

Lanter, Ted W 414 

Lanter, Thomas R 

Lapierre. Carolyn 

Laporta, Robert P 

Larance. Robert 605 

Larkey. James D 

Larkms. Michael E 51 1 

Lashbrooke, Paul D. 414 

Lashorne, Stephen C 

Latham, Carolyn J 

Latham, Todd W 

Latimer, James C 

Latimer, Karen 218 

Lato. Sally J 

Laubenthal. Gary D 305 

Laughhn. James F 

Laurence, Stephen M 

Lavelle. Jerry W. 512 

Laverne, Lan 

Lawter. Joseph M 416 

Lawhorn, Darcel L 

Lawler. Mark A 319. 484 

Lawless, Thelma F 

Lawrence, Connie L 543 

Lawrence, Deborah 466 

Lawrence. Dennis W 416 

Lawrence. Gary S 217. 355, 416 

Lawrence. Sharon L S 512 

Lawson, Carl E. Jr 

Lawson, David R 543 

Lawson. Deborah 216. 218. 416 

Lawson. Fred 

Lawson. Harry B 416 

Lawson, Hennetla 

Lawson, James F 



590 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Lawson, Joan L 512 

Lawson, John C 216 

Lawson. Karen J 

Lawson. Mane B 

Lawson, Patricia B 

Lawson. Peggy R 

Lawson. Robin A. 543 

Lawson. Sharon L 

Lawson. Stanley G 416 

Lawson, Suevelta S 

Lawson. Teresa W 

Lawson. Vicki J. 

Lawson, William A 

Lawton, William C 

Lay, Dixie 

Lay, Lois A 349. 512 

Layne, David A 416 

Layne, Freda L 416 

Layne. James D 

Layne, Virda R M 

Layne, Waynette 512 

Layton, Anne W 211, 287. 512 

Layton, Cecil B 416 

Layton, Kathleen S 543 

Leach, James P 

Leach. Jerry D 

Leach. John S 364. 512 

Leach, Judy C D 

LEACH. LESIE 148 

Leach, Michael D 

Leach, Patricia A 543 

Leake, Brenda G 

Leake, John C. 

Leake. Joseph C 

Leake, Patricia L 543 

Leaman, James S 

Lear, Daniel T 

Lease, Michael L 543 , 

Leathers, Donald R Jr. 

Leathers, Joyce 

Leathers. Mary J 

Leavell, James F 416 

Leavell, Woodie G 416 

Leber. Jerry L 

LeBlanc, Aileen L 217 

LeCompte. Jean K 

Ledford. Joan M 

Ledtord, Laura D 

Ledtord. Richard E 

Lee. Albert C 

Lee. Annie R 

Lee, Brenda K 543 

Lee, Carmen K 416 

Lee. Catherine J 484 

Lee, Chee 348 

Lee. David M 

Lee, Donald S 

Lee, Fong Fong T 

Lee, Frances N 

Lee, James A Jr 

Lee, James A 159 

Lee, James J 417 

Lee, Jane A 

Lee, Nadine 41 7 

Lee. Roy D 

Lee, Susan M 

Lefevers, Arthur Jr 342 

Lefevers, Jerry W 

Lefevers, Lonnie S M 

Lefferson. Diane K 543 

Legel, Daniel J 297. 484 

Leger, Mary L 

Leger, Robert E 

Lehman, Gertrude A 543 

Lehman. Madonna L 287. 344, 

484 
Leienberger, Linda K 543 
Leigh. Anna L 
Leigh, Janet D 543 
Leis. Louis C. 512 
Leitch, Jenlyn A 484 
Leksnsawat, Satian 
Lemons, Connie F 
Lenberger, Shern L 484 
Lengel, Steve C 
Lennart, Adnenne H 215,484 
Lentz. Steven F 298 
Lenz, Joseph A 
Lenz. Philip A 
Leonard. Barbara A 512 
Leonhardt, Mark J 512 
Leonhardt, Ronald P. 
Leslie, Darrell K 
Leslie, Don R 
Leslie. Judith M 
Lester, Edwin C 417 
Lester, Marilyn G. 466 
Lett, Michael K 364, 543 
Letton. William P 
Leucht. Sally D 543 
Leung, Wing S 
Levalley, Anita L 543 
Levalley. Lisbeth K 292, 484 
LeVan, Marijo 160 
Levine, George J 512 
Lewallen, Carl L 464 
Lewis. Anita K 543 
Lewis, Barbara L 
Lewis, Beverly C 484 
Lewis, Bruce R 
Lewis. Carolyn S 
Lewis. Charles R 
Lewis. Clyde J 140 
Lewis, Connie 145 
Lewis, Damita J. 543 



Lewis. David E 

Lewis, Deborah K 343 

Lewis, Donald M 

Lewis. George E 

Lewis, Jackie E 

Lewis, James Charles 605 

Lewis. Janet K. 

Lewis, Jeanne H D 

Lewis, Larry 

Lewis, Mary A 

Lewis, Mervyn 254. 310. 31 1, 417 

Lewis, Robert S 

Lewis, Shirley M 

Lewis. Susan G 284 

Lewis. Tern L 417, 543 

Lewis, Tessella 

Lewis, Tom K 313 

Lewis. William N III 

Lewis, William S 

Lewis, William W 

Lewter. Billy R 

Lichty, Dan 248 

Light. Dorothy R 417 

Lightner, Sharon L 543 

Likins. Coleen 

Lile, John B 512 

Lilly. Robert A 

Lin. Horng J 

Lincks, Diana S 

Linden, Kay L 

Linder, Earnest J 

Lindsey. Lesa F 543 

Lmebach, Sandra E 

Linebaugh, David C 

LINKLETTER. ART 566 

Lmnean, William C 

Lmnenkohl, Susan C 512 

Linneweber, Tom C 248, 543 

Linton. Judith D 

Linvrlle, Nannie L 

Linvrlle. Randalin J 512 

Lippert, Brenda J 543 

Lipps. Joyce 417 

Lipps, Katherme 

Lipps, Kathleen 

Lipps. Leroy 

Lipps, Ray 

Lippy, Julia M 

Lisehora, Barbara L 266, 269, 543 

Lister. Gerald R 

Little. Bobby G 

LITTLE COLONELS DRILL TEAM 

345 
Little, Debra J 543 
Little. Jack C 
Little. Larry J 
Little. N Clayton 
Little, Rebecca J 
Little, Warren B 
Littleton. Betty C 
Littrell, Gladys M 543 
Littrell. James K 
Littrell. Phillip S 
Livers, Rita A 
Livingston, Valinda E 
Livingston. William T 
Lloyd, David W 
Lloyd, Donald J 214, 417 
Lloyd. Polly C 377, 417 
Lo Buono, Gregory A 484 
Loader, Teresa K 
Lobb. Ronald G 
Lock, John W. 512 
Locke, Chris S 
Locke, Marilyn S 466 
Lockhart. William R 
Lockndge, Billy 
Lockndge. Janet L 466 
Lockndge. Nancy C 543 
Loettler, Donna 8 
Loettler, Joan E 
Loewenstme, Richard 347. 417 
Loftin, William G 
Logan, Donald K 512 
Logan. Judith E H 
Logan, Vicki V 543 
Logsdon. Donna J 543 
Logsdon, Sister Mary 
Logston, Gary D 
Lohr, Luther S 512 
Lohr. Richard C 543 
Lohr, Valerie J 343 
Lomax, Marilyn Y 512 
Lomax, Mark A 
Long, Ann C 
Long, Bettye M 
Long, David G 
Long, Diana L S 
Long. Gary L 
Long. Gary M 
Long, Jarvis K 
Long. Jetterson L 
Long, Jennie M 
Long, John D 
Long. Kenneth J 315. 417 
Long, Lorraine L 
Long, Marilyn H 
Long, Michael T 
Long, Nancy J. W 543 
Long. Phillip W 
Long, Roger D 
Long, Sydney S 
Long, William H 
Longworth. Harold 
Longworth, William E 



Lonneman, George H 
Lorette. Michelle L 543 
Losey, Cherry W 
Losey, Philip H 
Losh. Becky K 327. 512 
Lother. Randy C 
Lott. Rebecca A 417 
Louderback, Denise 
Loudermilk. Larry E 
Louis, Stephan M 417 
Love. Carolyn S 484 
Love. Lee A 
Loveday, Laurel A 
Lovejoy. Vernon E 
Lovelace, Jodie M 543 
Lovell, Mountjoy J 319 
Lovely, Charles W 417 
Lovely, George A 41 7 
Loving, Thomas M 
Lowe. Bonila J 
Lowe, David C 
Lowe. Deborah M 
Lowe. Karen S 560 
Lowe, Pamela J 
Lowe, Stephen F 
Lowe, Susan L 484 
Lowen, Manam J 
Lowenstme. Dick 260 
Lowery, Charles O Jr 484 
Lowery, Pamela L 466. 543 
Lowry, Jerry 
Lowry, William L 
Loyd, Betty S 
Lucas, Martin H 
Lucas. Patricia M 544 
Lucas, Rosetta 287, 417 
Lucas, Russell L 
Luckett, Jams M 
Luckett, Norma C 
Luckett, Philip L 417 
Lucky, Kitty J 544 
Lueders, Shelley J 345. 544 
Luerman. Nancy A 512 
Luken, Tern A 217. 417 
Lumsden. Barbara E 484 
Luncetord, George D 
Lundy, James A 
Lundy. William R 
Lunsford, 8etty L 
Lunslord. Eric 8 
Lunsford. James B 
Lunsford, Larry J 
Luntsford, David A 544 
Lusk. Polly A 417 
Luster. Pamela M 
Lutes. Ronald 
Lutkenhoft, Robert W 484 
Luttrell, Jimmy J 
Luttrell. Nancy L 
Luy. Marcia A 
Luy, Jack 147 
Lybrook, Donna G 544 
Lykms. Connie J 327 
Lykins, James O 
Lyle. George W 
Lyle, Lynda M 
Lyman. James T 
Lynch. Carolyn H 
Lynch. Georgia K 512 
Lynch. Jerry T 
Lynch, John R 
Lynch. John W Jr 
Lynch. Pamela 
Lynch. Phyllis D 
Lynch. Robert S 
Lynch, Sharon A M 560 
Lynch. William C Jr 560 
Lynch. William J 
Lynn, Gary L 342. 544 
Lynn. John L 
Lynn, Richard K 
Lynn, Shernll 
Lynn. Thomas F 
Lyon. Joe A 417 
Lyon, Sandra A 544 
Lyons. Earl B 
Lyons. Jack L 
Lyons, James L 
Lyons. Larry R 
Lyons, Michael E 
Lyons. Reesa L 
Lyons. Roy D 544 
Lyons, Violet M 484 
Lytle, Lawrence D 560 
Lyttle. Gail L 294. 417 
Mabe, Michael L 
Macaulay. Phyllis A 484 
MacGill, Peter L 452 
MacGill. Rofha A 452 
Machal. Melvm W 
Mache, Steve 293 
Machm, Ann 293 
Mack. Anna M 
Mack. Elaine 300, 417 
Mack. Kim A 322 
Macke, Stephen J 297. 417 
MacKenzie, Deborah A 
MacKenzie, James C 303 
MacKerley. Roberta R 
MacKerley, Thomas W 
Mackey, Howard C 
Mackey. Kip R 
Mackey, Lee A 544 
Mackin, Ann H 417 
Mackm. Michael D 



Mackzum, Patti A 512 

MacLaren, Bruce 141 

MacMillan, Nancy L 

Madden, Evelyn S 512 

Madden, Frank B Jr 

Madden, James C 329 

Madden. Linda S. 

Madden, Nancy T 512 

Madden Viviane M 

Maddox. Jerry W 

Maddox. John M 

Madison. Donald K 452 

Madon. Vicki C 219. 417 

Madura, William R 

Maegly, Rebecca E 

Maerkl, Denise R 544 

Magato, Dale 252 

Magers, Jeltrey S 215, 363. 484. 

544 
Magers, Jerry M 214 
Magers. Vera L 
Maggard, Judy C 
Maggard, Samuel 
Maggard. Sheila R 417 
Maggard, William R 
Magnno. Jonathan 560 
Maguire, Clayton C 
Maheson. Steven T 453 
Mahogany, Steve 369 
Mahon, Gay N 
Mahoney, Ann A 
Mahurin, Joseph D 
Maiden, A Joan 
Maier. Jill A 
Mam. Thomas F 
Mamous, Jerry P 41 7 
Mainous, Jerry P 41 7 
Mamous, Michael W 
Mains. Patty L 264, 484 
MakofSke, Marguenle 
Malcolm, Stephen E 
Malcomb, Nita C 512 
Maley, Lynn A 512 
Mallory. James R 
Maloney, Daniel G 244. 245, 254, 

347. 512 
Mamasig, Joseph E 
Mamillot. Daryl 472 
Manakee, Ellen S 
Mandt. Stephen A 
Maners, Rhonda E 544 
Maners, Richard D 544 
Manes, Robert D 305, 484 
Mangus. Charles T 
Mangus. Lisa E 
Mann. James M 544 
Mann. James R 
Mann. Judy G 544 
Mann, Marion K M 
Mann. Mark D 210, 512 
Mann, Michael T 287, 484 
Mann, Nancy A 
Mann. Ralph S 484 
Manning, Conley 
Manning, Denise D 210, 219 
Manning, John L 
Manning. Joseph C Jr 418 
Manning, Joseph T 
Manning, Linda S 484 
Manning, Michael 
Manos. Robert G 
Mantel. Linda S 212. 340, 349. 

369. 418 
Mantz. Jerry 289 
Manz, Mary P 
Maras. Robert R 
March, Patricia A 368. 484 
Marcum. Charlene 484 
Marcum, Danny L 
Marcum. Daryl D 
Marcum. Frank D 544 
Marcum. James C 
Marcum, John C 
Marcum, Joseph S 
Marcum, Kathy A 544 
Marcum. Kenneth D 
Marcum, Lucy C 
Marcum, Martha L 512 
Marcum, Norma L 
Marcum, Ralph W 
Marcum, Robert III 
Marcum, Virginia C 467 
Marcus, Karen S 
Marcus. Roger L 
Marefat, Kourosh 
Marema, Jack G 
Marema, Nancylee 
Mareno. Carlos 306 
Marens. Michael J Jr 
Mancle, Judy C S 
Marine. Angela J 544 
Mannelli. Robyn A 327. 512 
Marker!. Stephen E 
Markey. Janet D 
Marksberry, James R 
Marhn, Miriam C 512 
Marlow, Marcie L 199.210.371, 

418 
Marlow, Sharon L 210. 418 
Marlowe. Anne F 
Marlowe. Jayne L 484 
Marmie, Larry E 
Marmillot, Daryl P 484 
Marrs. Janet L 544 
Marsh, David J 544 



Marsh Kathryn 155. 418 

Marsh, Susan M 544 

Marshall. Carolyn S 

Marshall, Clarence P. 

Marshall. Claudia M 

Marshall. Donna W 

Marshall. Glenn R 

Marshall, James 

Marshall. John Jr 

Marshall, Kay 

Marshall, Letha 

Marshall, Linda S 418 

Marshall, Richard E 371 , 4ih 

Marshall. Thomas K 

Marshall, Virginia A 

Marshall, Wallace A 361.512 

Marshall, Willard D 

Marlello. Kevin D 298. 484 

Martin, Allie B 

Martin, Anne K 544 

Martin, Anthony H 

Martin, Barry S 

Martin, Blaine K 

Martin, Bolten Jr 

Martin, Boyce R 

Martin. Brenda 

Martin, Canton G 418 

Martin. Cathy A 292 

Martin, Charleen 306 

Martin. Charles E 

Martin, Charles J 544 

Martin, Clarence F Jr 

Martin, Cynthia L 544 

Martin. Danny J 544 

Martin. David R 484 

Martin. Diana 544 

Martin. Diane A 

Martin. Dirk D 262. 263 

Martin. Donald C 418 

Martin, Donna C 512 

Martin. Donna L 544 

Martin. Donme L 

Martin. Harold L 

Martin. Henry G 177 

Martin. Jeltrey J 484 

Martin, Jill W 544 

Martin, John T 

Martin, Joy L 288. 512 

Martin, Judy F 

Martin, Judy W 

Martin, Kenneth U 

Martin, Larry D 

Martin. Larry W 

Martin, Lee G 306 

Martin, Marion M 

Martin, Martha J 544 

Martin, Martha S 

Martin, Mary E 

Martin, Norman A Jr 

Martin, Patrick D 

Martin, Robert L 

Marlm. Robert R 130, 131. 132. 

135, 461 
Martin, Ronald A 
Martin. Sandra 
Martin. Sheryl S 512 
Martin, Stephen R 
Martin, Steven D 
Martin, Teresa A 512 
Martin, Teresa K 
Martin, Thelma 
Martin, Thomas E 512 
Martin, Thomas R 
Martin. Tony 544 
Martin, Vicki L 288, 486 
Martin, William C 
Martindale, Catherine 
Martinez, Julio C 
Martinez, Raul 
Martz, Jeffrey R 305. 512 
Maschmeyer, Margaret 486 
Masden. Danny R 195. 298. 418 
Mason, Edwin M 
Mason. Gail A 
Mason, Gayle E 513 
Mason. James T Jr 
Mason. Joyce E 
Mason, Judith E 
Mason, Karen M 364 
Mason. Margaret R 21 1 
Mason. Mary A 
Mason, Michael L 329, 486 
Mason, Richard L 260. 486 
Mason, Robert E 
Mason. Theodore 
Massengale, Robert M 
Massengill, Teresa A 544 
Massey, Barbara S N 214,219, 

418 
Massey, Lowell 
Massey, Ruth A M 
Massie, James L 
Masters, Aletha A 486 
Masters. Lynn D 
Masters. Pamela A 
Masters, Patrick J 303 
Maslerson. Joseph D 
Mastin, Chnsteena M 
Mastm, Randal C 
Mastrean, Brenda C 
Mathes, Peggy J 
Mathew. John 348. 544 
Mathis, Benjamin F 
Matlick. Eldon R 216. 369, 418 
Matlock, Donald E 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 591 



Matlock, Kenneth R 

Matteson. Steven T 

Matthews. Charles K. 

Matthews. George T 

Matthews. Lynn E 512 

Mattingly, Ann W 544 

Mattingly, Constance 218, 418 

Mattrngly. Donna L 

Mattingly, Herbert B 

Mattingly. Janet A 

Mattingly. Jo A. 

Mattingly. Ronald 

Mattingly, Thomas J 

Mattox, Mark 316 

Malz, Linda S 

Mauer. Paul D 544 

Maurer. Lynn 350 

Mauney. Bill W 

Mauney. Bobby G Jr 315. 486 

Mauney. Mary M 

Mauney, Terrence R 

Mauntel. John B 322 

Mauntel. Kimberly C 

Maupm, Edna W 

Maupm, Mae M 

Maupm, Michael W 544 

Maupm. Mildred M 

Maupm. Rebecca C 

Maupm, Robert F III 

Maupm, Sharon E 371. 486 

Maurer, Juanita L 513 

Mavity. Patty S 313. 486 

Maxey. Lowell J 486 

Maxson. Charles R Jr 

May. Anna K. 513 

May, Bonnie L 

May. Carolyn A 544 

May. Charles D 

May, Charles D 

May, Deborah M 544 

May. Donald R 

May. Garry L 

May, Gerald G 128 

May. James R 297 

May. John A 

May, Linda L 

May, Nancy J 

May, Newland W 363. 544 

May. Patricia A 

May. Robert T 

May, Samuel J 453 

May. Timothy D 364. 513 

Maybury, Patricia A 

Mayer, Bernadette M 486 

Mayer, Kathy 324, 344, 486 

Mayer, Walter T 369, 418 

Mayes, Ann L 

Mayes. Daphne 

Mayes, Everett D 

Mayes. Gwen 287. 349. 371. 486 

Mayes, Harold S 486 

Mayes. Irene 

Mayes, Kay P 

Mayes, Loretta 

Mayes, Tony J 

Maytield. Judy G 486 

Maytield, Nathan C 

Mayhew. Debra G 544 

Mayhugh, Clifton 216 

Mayhugh, Gayle R 544 

Mayhugh, James C 

Mayhugh, Virginia L 

Maynard, Clittord D 544 

Maynard, Loretta K 

Maynard, Sally F 

Maynard. Woodrow 

Mayne. Matha G 

Mays. Ann T 

Mays. Deborah 544 

Mays, Deron 

Mays. Emma J 467 

Mays, Karen Y 

Mays. Lynda L 

McAfee. Michael E 

McAfee, Phillip D 279. 315 

McAlister, Sheila A 544 

McAllister, Barbara A 

McAllister. Robert L 544 

McAllister, Wanda J 384 

McAllister. William 

McAlpin. William D 

McArthur, Donna B 486 

McBrayer. Carroll S 

McBrayer. Jennie R 313,486 

McBride. Marietta C 

McBride, Roy R 544 

McBurney, Connie K 

McCabe, Timothy L 

McCalpm, Michael W 

McCane, Neesia R 513 

McCann, Linda L 

McCann, Paula 218 

McCann, Stanley C 544 

McCann, Thomas W 

McCarren. Richard L 

McCarter, Ann P 513 

McCarthy. Jeffery A 222. 224. 

225. 227, 347 
McCarthy. Martha J 418 
McCarthy, Patrick W 
McCartney. Roberta R 
McCauley, Barry L 
McCauley. Mitzi H 544 
McCaulley, Sharon L 
McChargue. Gustavo R 544 



McChesney, James C 
McClain, Danny A 
McClain. Michael H 
McClain. Patricia J 
McClain. William D 545 
McClanahan. Judith A 486 
McClanahan. Mary L M 
McClary, Jeffrey S 
McClave, Lisa E 486 
McClearn, Randall G 
McCloud. Greta G 
McClure, Jeffrey E 545 
McClure. Peggy A 
McCollum, Barbara A 
McCollum, Jimmy R 
McCollum, Perry W 
McCollum. Rickey G 545 
McCollum. Thelma L 
McComas. Wilson H jr 
McCombs, Stephen H 298, 486 
McConathy. Pauline E 210.369. 

418 
McConathy. Phil W 418 
McConkey. June A 
McConkey. Shelley C 
McConnell, Carl D 545 
McConnell, David E 
McCord, Imogene T, 
McCord, Janice C 
McCorkle, Wynona E 513 
McCormick. Gary W 418 
McCormick, Susan B 
McCoun, Bobby A 321 
McCoun, Wesley S 
McCown, Brenda L 
McCown. Larry A 545 
McCoy, Brenda K 545 
McCoy. Curtis 
McCoy. Joseph F 
McCoy, Lisa 
McCoy. Pamela R 
McCracken. Alice A 513 
McCracken, Debra S 513 
McCracken. Gladys 
McCracken, Kenneth C 
McCracken. Nancy C 
McCracken, Terry L 
McCreary, Peggy R 
McCroskey. Robert A 545 
McCroskey. Rosemary 418 
McCubbm, Timothy W 545 
McCuddy, Virgil L 
McCullar. Connie L 467 
McCulley, Elizabeth 
McCulley, Jackie L 418 
McCully, Jack 322 
McCune, Cathy L S 
McDade, Richard G 453 
McDaniel. James W 
McDaniel, Mary 
McDaniel, Paula R 
McDaniel. Terry M 545 
McDaniels. Phyllis E 
McDavitt, Allen W 513 
McDole. Karen P 545 
McDonald. Arthur B 
McDonald. Becky F 
McDonald. Deborah H 453 
McDonald. Deborah J 313.418 
McDonald. Donna J 
McDonald. Howard K 
McDonald, James G 
McDonald, John K 
McDonald, Karen B 
McDonald, Marc L 
McDonald. Philipp P 
McDonald. Rebecca 545 
McDonald. Rusty W 486 
McDonald. Vicki L 210, 313. 331. 

369, 418 
McDonough, Lisa S 
McDougall, Richard L 
McDowell, Charles W 418 
McDowell. Joseph 
McDowell, Lyle C 
McDowell, Robert G 
McDowell. Sandra L 
McEachern, E Suzanne 513 
McElroy. Jack E 
McElroy, William D 
McFadden, John P Sr 
McFall. Judy L 486 
McFarlan, James P 
McFarland. Alison S 329, 486 
McFarland, Betty A 545 
McFarland. David L 
McFarland, Jeep 322 
McFarland, Rose M 
McFarland, Vickie W 
McGee, Peggy S 
McGhee, Pamela A 545 
McGmnis. Donna J 418 
McGmnis, Robert W 
McGmnis, William M 513 
McGlasson. Alvin G 
McGlone, Bernard A 418 
McGlone. Rita G 418 
McGorrey. Kevin 226 
McGufley. Jane W 
McGuire. Clyde J 
McGuire, George M 418 
McGuire. Glenna M 418 
McGuire. Mary D 453 
McGuire, Rebecca D D, 419 
McGuire, Roger L 



McGuire, Sharon G 

McGuire. Sue M 

McGuire. Teresa D 266. 269 

McHone. Gary E 

McHone, Reginald B 

McHugh. William L 305 

Mclnerney, Dorothy A 

Mclntire, Steven D 

Mcintosh, Agnes G 

Mcintosh, Charles D 

Mcintosh, Chester 

Mcintosh. Cynthia M 

Mcintosh, Donna L 486 

Mcintosh, Edwina 419 

Mcintosh. Kinley H 

Mcintosh. Michael D 306, 419 

Mcintosh, Penny L 

Mcintosh. Stewart R 

Mclntyre, George P 

Mclntyre, John N Jr 

Mclntyre, Rebecca A 

Mcluown. Amy 

McKane. Kathenne E 419 

McKay. Carol L 

McKay. Dean C 346 

McKay. Martin D 

McKay. Sally A 

McKee, Dannie T 

McKee. Paul N 315. 419 

McKee. Ralph K 

McKenney, Nancy J 369. 513 

McKenney. Robert L Jr 545 

McKenzie. Carolyn L 419 

McKenzie, Danny B 

McKenzie, James A 

McKenzie. Martha J 205. 218. 364. 

419 
McKenzie. Mary C 545 
McKeon, John A 
McKmley, Geniene E 513 
McKinley, Vicki L 513 
McKmney, Adele L 
McKtnney, Benjamin M 
McKmney, Debra J 
McKmney, Michael P 
McKmney, Robert C 
McKmney. Teresa M 513 
McKmney. Wathena S 
McKnight. Gregory L 
McKnight, Joe W 
McLaughlin, Gary W 287, 545 
McLaughlin. Glenn D 419 
McLaughlin, Linda A 545 
McLaughlin, Nancy A 
McLean. Alice W 
McClellan, Edward G 
McLemore, Donna M 
McMahan, Richard K 545 
McMichael, Bruce E 
McMichael, Christine 419 
McMillan, Debra N 513 
McMillen. Connie L 513 
McMillen. David. D 419 
McMullen, Fred P 545 
McMurry, Dale F 
McMurtry. Tern V 545 
McNabb, Barbara J 313.419 
McNally. Adnenne 266 
McNamara. Sonny W 
McNeely. Dale L 361. 513 
McNees, Ramona K 327 
McNeill. David W 
McNeill. Mary L 
NcNew. John D 486 
McNulty. Janis L 266, 324, 487 
McPeck, Sharon K 
McPeek, Carolyn F 545 
McPeek. Michael H 513 
McPeek. Rickey L 
McPheron. Ginger C 
McPherson. Jesse H 342 
McPherson. Joseph D 487 
McQueary, Alan G 
McQueary. Nancy H 
McQueen, Albert B Jr 
McQueen, Thomas E 
McQuerry, Rachel L 487 
McQuinn, Charles I 
McReynolds. Don D 316. 419 
McReynolds. Jay R 
McSwam, Thaborn L 
McVey. Betty S 
McWhorter, Charles E 
McWhorter, Michael R 487 
McWhorter, Roy V 
McWhorter, Susan A 513 
McWhorter, Vicki P. 487 
McWilliams. Dennis L 
McWilliams, Joseph W 
McWilliams. Matilda C 
McWilliams. Robert P 513 
Meade. Charles C II 298. 487 
Meade. Deborah A 292 
Meade, Don C 560 
Meade, Douglas R 
Meade, Eugene 
Meade, Jennifer L 
Meade, Orville P 
Meade, Pamela A 545 
Meade, Patricia L 453 
Meade, Philip L 
Meade, Teresa C 
Meadors, Dons 
Meadors. Eleanor L 
Meadors. James F 319 



Meadors, Paul K 

Meadors, Ronald F 

Meadors, Shirley J, 

Meadows, Ruth A 294 

Means, Faye A 

Means, George R 

Mears. Garry L 361, 513 

Meckslroth. Daniel J 200. 420 

Medeiros. Joelyn 

Medl, William A 

Medley. Cheryl A 

Medley, James C Jr 

Medley, Jeffrey L 

Medley, Linda G 453 

Medlm, Wanda D 

Meece. Connie S 513 

Meece. James A 

Meehan, Michael E 

Meehan, Philip M 

Meek. Philip Jr 214, 453 

Meflord, Ginny S 

Mefford, Joy L 545 

Megee. Carl W 

Megee, Roger A 

Mehok. Paul T 

Mehta. Rajendrakumar 

Meier, Gregory L 210. 513 

Meier, Thomas J 

Memeke, Donald W Jr 420 

Meiner, Carol S 545 

Memze, Mark A 346 

Meisenheimer, John 

Meisenzahl. Linda A 377, 420 

Melius, Paul A 545 

Melloncamp, Nadiene R 467 

Melville. Charles J 260. 545 

Mendoza, Ernesto J 

Menifee, Gralm R 

Menne, Jolmda W 

MEN'S INTER-DORM COUNCIL 

342 
Menssen, Debra K 545 
Mercer, Barry F 
Mercer. Linda C 545 
Mercer. Pamela L 
Mercer. Sandra R 
Mendeth. Albert E 
Merkel. Aleta B 487 
Mernman. Glenda C 
Merritt, Marcia D 
Merrill. Patricia J 513 
Mersmann. Margaret R 211. 513 
Merson. Stephanie U 420 
Messa. Ronald J 420 
Messer. Alan M 
Messer, Eileen 453 
Messer. George L 
Messer, Jerald M 453 
Messer, Sherry G 487 
Messmer, Gary R 
Messmer, Victor C III 545 
Mester, Michael J 
Melcalt. Charles M 
Metcalf. Cheryl L M 
Metcalt, Donna C 
Metcalf. Joseph S 
Metcalfe. Brutus D 
Metcalfe. Charles T 
Metcalfe, Donna G 
Metcalfe, Jody D 
Meyer, Carol M 545 
Meyer, David P 
Meyer, Dexter III 
Meyer, Martin R 
Myer. Patricia L 313. 420 
Meyer, William P 
Meyers. Barry V 
Michael, Eddie W 
Middeler. Joyce L 546 
Midden, Kathy 513 
Midden, Leo K Jr 306 
Midden, Louis E 
Middleton, James W 
Middleton. Jeff A 369 
Middleton, Mary E 
Middleton, Melody J 267.513 
Middleton, Nancy L 
Middleton, Steven D 
Middleton, William C 487 
Mighore, James G 
Milam, Stanley E 546 
Milburn, Brenda S 487 
Milburn, Ronald A 
Milburn. William K 
Milby. Gary D 342, 487 
Miles, Angela C 514 
Miles, Carolyn J B 514 
Miles, James H 
Miles, Joseph D 487 
Miles, Kevin C 248, 487 
Miles, Stephen D 
MILESTONE 376 
MILITARY POLICE 350 
Miller. Alene 
Miller, Barbara E R 
Miller, Carol J 514 
Miller. Carole L 546 
Miller, Carolyn Y 
Miller, Charles E 
Miller. Charles R 
Miller, Chester W 329, 487 
Miller. Cynthia J 546 
Miller, Deborah 
Miller. Delores A D 
Miller, Dennis A 



Miller. Doreen M 546 

Miller. Edward D 306 

Miller. Edwin A 487 

Miller, Glenda J 

Miller. Hallie B 

Miller. Herschel P 254 

Miller, Howard F 

Miller. Jack D 

Miller, Jackie L 

Miller, Jackie R 225. 420 

Miller, James K 

Miller, Jerry 1 49 

Miller. Joan F 487 

Miller. Joan F 216 

Miller. Joel E 

Miller. Johnny T 

Miller. Jon P 514 

Miller. Judy C 546 

Miller, Kathy J 514 

Miller, Louann 

Miller, Marcia D 514 

Miller, Margaret K 546 

Miller. Mark A 420 

Miller. Mary A H 313. 420 

Miller, Myrtle N 

Miller, Nancy J 467 

Miller, Patricia D 

Miller. Philip K 

Miller, Raymond A 

Miller. Rhonda K 

Miller. Richard E 

Miller. Robert W 288 

Miller. Robert 289 

Miller. Ronnie G 546 

Miller, Sandra K 

Miller, Stephen P 297, 514 

Miller, Susan J 

Miller, Thomas K 

Miller. Toni S. K 

Miller. Una F 

Miller, Vivian F 

Miller. Wanda J 487 

Miller. Wartieid B Jr 

Miller. William J 

Miller, William R 

Mills, Barbara A 420 

Mills, Debbie C 343 

Mills. Dennis G 214. 218, 453 

Mills. Diana L 211, 514 

Mills. Donald 8 1 76 

Mills. Freddie L 

Mills, Gerald D 420 

Mills. Ginger S 

Mills, Joe T 

Mills, Kay B. 

Mills, Mary R. 350. 487 

Mills, Michael A 

Mills, Michael R 319. 498 

Mills. Reda J 420 

Mills. Ross W 420 

Mills. Sherry 

Mincke. Henry J 

Mmiard. Jack E 

Mmiard, Ralph W 

Mink. Kelly W 

Mink, Robert J. 

Minks, Sherry J. 

Mmnich, Thomas L 303 

Minter. Lucy A. 

Minton, Stephen W 

Miracle. David N 

Miracle, Ginger K 

Miracle, Jeffrey L 346. 514 

Miracle, Jesse D 

Miracle. Karen K 514 

Miracle, Margaret L 

Miracle, Ronald E 

Miracle, Tommie L 514 

Miranda, Lorgio O 453 

Mirkhani. Fanborz, 546 

Mischel, Gilbert R Jr 

Mistier, Alan F 

Mitchell, Barbara F D 

Mitchell, Billy L 

Mitchell, Charles L 234, 238, 558 

Mitchell. David E 

Mitchell, Eva Tutt 

Mitchell, Florence 

Mitchell, James R 

Mitchell. Jeff 303 

Mitchell. John M 

Mitchell. Kenneth W 487 

Mitchell. Lester J 420 

Mitchell. Mary A 

Mitchell, Mary J 546 

Mitchell, Mary K S 420 

Mitchell, Nancy L 

Mitchell. Neil J 

Mitchell, Patricia K 324 

Mitchell. Pauline J 

Mitchell. Peggy A 

Mitchell. Roy D 

Mitchell. Steven J 

Mitchell. Teresa L C 

Mitchum, Anita K 514 

Mittel. Linda D 194. 210, 212. 377, 

378, 420 
Mize, John M 546 
Moak, Jamie A 293. 350 
Moberly, Charles C 514 
Moberly, Geraldine C 
Moberly. Harry Jr 487 
Moberly, Larry D 
Moberly. Mary J 
Moberly, Phillip M 



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Moberly, Susan A. 546 

Mobley. Debra K. 546 

Mobley, Modena G 

Moeller. Freda W. 453 

Moeves, Margaret J 487 

Moffett, Robed M 244, 245. 321 

Mohammadi. Seyed B 348, 487 

Mohanty, Amiya 165 

Mohon, Charlotte G 546 

Mohsee. Carolyn S 

Molohon. Charles R Jr. 

Monaghan. Debra P 345. 514 

Monheimer, Betty F. 

Monheimer. Edward L 

Monn. Kathi M 348, 546 

Monteabaro. Nancy W. 

Montgomery Alice M 288. 487 

Montgomery, Amy E 546 

Montgomery, Betty J 421 

Montgomery. Charlotte 

Montgomery, Craig R 

Mongiomery. Dallas 421 

Montgomery, Emline S- 421 

Montgomery. Gary T. 560 

Montgomery. Joe G. 421 

Montgomery. Linda A 487 

Montgomery, Michael J. 487 

Montgomery. Terry W 

Montgomery. Wanda S 

Moody, Frances C S 

Moody. Joseph H 

Moody, Mary E 

Moon, Jackie H 

Moon, Ted W. 

Moon, Vicki L 369. 546 

Mooney, David L 421 

Moore. Alben T 421 

Moore. Alice M 297. 313. 421 

Moore, Ann 

Moore. Beverly A 546 

Moore, Bobby D 

Moore. Charles A 

Moore, Charlotte W 421 

Moore. Cheryl G 546 

Moore, Darla J 421 

Moore, David E 

Moore, David Z 

Moore, Dianne L. 

Moore. Don R. 

Moore. Donna J 546 

Moore, Ethel F. 

Moore, Frank Jr 

Moore, Gale E 421 

Moore, George W 185.453 

Moore. Gregory H 215, 363. 487 

Moore, Gwenda L 

Moore. Holly A 546 

Moore, Hubbard, K Jr 277, 305 

Moore, Jack A 

Moore. James B 199,256.257, 

421 
Moore, James E 
Moore. Janet L. 487 



Moore, John O 
Moore, John R. 
Moore, Joseph M 421 
Moore. Joseph R 453. 487 
Moore, Judy A. 
Moore, Kathy G 
Moore. Kenneth D 
Moore, Kenneth R 
Moore. Kenny J 
Moore, Lemon C 421 
Moore, Leomane 487 
Moore, Lola 421 
Moore. Martha C 
Moore. Marvin L 421 
Moore, Mary E L 487 
Moore, Mary L 
Moore. Maurice E. 487 
Moore. Michael B 360 
Moore, Norma L 
Moore. Paula C. 421 
Moore, Reba A 
Moore, Richard C 321, 546 
Moore, Robert T 298. 421 
Moore. Ronald G 487 
Moore. Ruth D 421 
Moore, Sandra K 
Moore. Sharon M 514 
Moore, Sherry C 362 

Moore. Susan G 421 

Moore, Taylor G. 

Moore. Theresa J 467 

Moore. Vernon M 

Moore, Wanda F. 

Moore. William K 546 

Moores, Tanya F 216, 369. 487 

Moorhead, Janet J. 514 

Moorhead. Mary H 197.209.216, 
218. 369. 421 

Moorman, Mary Jo 38, 421 

Mooser, Kenneth R 

Mooser, Michael D 514 

Moran, Barry C 

Moran, Robert K 421 

Moran, Sheryl 546 

Mordica, John A 

Morehous, Lee A 547 

Moreland, Charles F 

Moreland, Jim D 

Moreland. Melvm P 

Moreman, Jetfery K 

Moreno. Carlos A 487 

Moreno, Ivan J. 

Moretz, Elmo £ 1 84 

Morey. Kenneth D 453 

Morgan, Armilda S 

Morgan. Arthur L 

Morgan, Beverly W Jr 487 

Morgan, Billy R 

Morgan. Clinton W 

Morgan, David A 

Morgan, David M 

Morgan, Del N 

Morgan, Dianne P 




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Morgan, Don E 

Morgan, Janice C 421 

Morgan, Kathleen 

Morgan, Kerry F 421 

Morgan. Lana G 

Morgan. Mary B 514 

Morgan, Mary K 

Morgan, MiGhael 65. 547 

Morgan, Michael E 

Morgan, Michael L 

Morgan, Patsy J 

Morgan. Steven H 

Morgan, Venita C 514 

Morgan. William R 547 

Morra, Rose M O 

Morns, Anita 

Morns, Brenda C. 292 

Morns. Brenda S 

Morns. David C 421 

Morns. Elisha 

Morris. Emily K 514 

Morris. Freeda A 216. 421 

Morns, Hazel I 

Morris, James A 

Morns. Jane M 421 

Morris. Jetlrey K 

Morns. Joann J 

Morns, John B 

Morris, Linda D 303, 514 

Morns. Linda L 219. 421 

Morns, Lynne M 267. 269 

Morns. Marcia C 292. 487 

Morris, Melissa 

Morris, Patricia A 

Morns, Richard R 

Morns. Ricky H. 

Morris. Rodger C 218, 287 

Morris, Sharron K 423 

Morris, Stephen W 342, 423 

Morns, Steve A 

Morris, Stewart L 

Morris, Suzanne 514 

Morris, Warn M 

Morns. Wayne Y 

Morns, William A 177 

Morns. William S 487 

Morrison, Charles Q 341 . 547 

Morrow. M Kay 487 

Morrow. Richard A 

Morrow. Robert V 346, 487 

Morrow, Steven E 423 

Morrow, Thomas L 

Morrow. Thomas M 

Morsey. Tom A 514 

Morter. Jerry R 315 

Morton, Anthony C 

Morton. Gayla D 547 

Morton, Mary P. 

Morton, Thomas S 315 

Moscinski, Paula M 487 

Moseley, Billie R 

Moser, Lynn R 547 

Moser, Marcia B 514 

Moser, Mike 303 

Moser, Rebecca S 

Moser, Suanne 423 

Moses, Aretta Y 

Moses, Robin G 547 

Mosher, Linda F 

Mosley, Sammy L 305, 423 

Moss, Brenda M 514 

Moss, Karen L 350, 423 

Mosser, Terry L 560 

Mossman, Linda C 547 

Mossotti. Ronald P 342. 487 

Motley, Merle L C 

Mott, Patricia A 

Mountjoy. Candy 514 

Mountjoy, Jesse B 

Mountz, Edsel Ft 219 

Mountz, Montford M 

Mourer. Leslee J 423 

Mouyeos, Elizabeth W 487 

Moyer, Kenneth A 514 

Mudd, Jeffrey T 547 

Mudd. Patricia A 547 

Mueller, Christine D 487 

Mueller, Marlene S 547 

Mueller, Thomas J 

Mueller, William C 423 

Muttett, Bryan R. 

Mullaney, Edward J 

Mullen, Artie M 351, 487 

Mullen, Constance L 

Mullen, Kevin P. 547 

Mullen. Pamela E 

Mullen, Stanford T 215, 329, 487 

Mullenix, Robert L 

Mulligan, Billee V 

Mulligan. Kathryn F 

Mullikm, Linda C 

Mullinix. Patricia L 514 

Mullms, Donna K 368, 547 

Mullms. Eugene 

Mullms, John M 

Mullms, Kenneth B 

Mullms. Larry M 

Mullins. Martha 268 

Mullms. Mary E. 

Mullms. Paul A 

Mullms, Polly S. 547 

Mullins. Rebecca R. 423 

Mullms, Ronald J 

Mullins. Russell K 

Mullins, Sally A 292, 487 



Mullms, Sheila G 487 

Mullms, Willard H 341, 423 

Mulquinn. John T. 

Mulvaney, Gregory K 547 

Mumma, Lura J 

Mumme, John S 

Muncy. Vernon 

Munn. Jeannme M 

Munn. Thomas R 

Munn. George E 166 

Muns. Marilyn R 

Muns, Richard L 

Munson. Jane E 

Munson. Sally J 211, 514 

Muntz, Susan L 514 

Murdock, Lewis S 

Murley. Donna H 

Muriey. Jim B 

Murphy, Billy D 423 

Murphy, Carolyn S 219 

Murphy, Charles E 

Murphy, Eddie B 

Murphy, Gene L 

Murphy, James M 

Murphy. Jane E 348, 423 

Murphy, Joan M 547 

Murphy. Kasandra L 515 

Murphy, Kevin M 

Murphy. Marnie S B 

Murphy, Michael D 364 

Murphy. Michael R 346. 423 

Murphy. Richard M 248. 487 

Murphy, Roger D 

Murphy, Sandra K 

Murphy, Stephen G 

Murphy, Susan C 348, 547 

Murphy, Teresa K 467 

Murphy. Thomas W 547 

Murphy, Victor R 

Murray, Douglas A 

Murray. Henry H 289. 547 

Murray. James G 

Murray. Jimmie D 

Murray. Madeline R 

Murray, Rebecca J 

Murrell, Charles W 

Murrell, Patne L 

Murrell, Vernon D 

Muse, Deborah C 

Muse, Ricky L 

Musgrave, Jack B 

Music, David S 

Music. Sally A 547 

MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL 

COUNCIL 369 
Musick. Frederick D 
Musnuff. Donald F 547 
Munson, Jane 50 
Mussman, Michael W 260, 515 
Mustard, Shirley F S 
Muth, Craig M 
Muth, James D 488 
Myatt, Hannelore 
Myers, Barbara B 
Myers, Betty B 
Myers, Beverle G 
Myers. David H 
Myers, Edith L 547 
Myers. Frank W 445. 488, 472 
Myers, Jane E 547 
Myers, J D 287 
Myers, John G 
Myers, Lawrence R 
Myers, Linda K 
Myers, Mehnda J 515 
Myers, Michael B 234, 488 
Myers, Patricia G 
Myers. Roger S 
Myers. Scott D 515 
Myers. Thomas D 
Myers. Vicki R 547 
Myers, Wilson 248 
Mytord. Larry W 251 , 347, 51 5 
Mynchenberg, Thomas L 547 
Mynhier, James W. 31 5 
Mynhier, Walter C 315 
Nail, Darlene Y 423 
Nallia. Mary A 547 
Nally, Bilhe S B 
Nally, Joseph L 515 
Nally. Patrick L 
Nally. Rick 342 
Nally. Susie Bradley 423 
Namazi, Kavoose 423 
Nance. James E III 
Nance. Janice D J 
Nankivell, Frank A 
Nankivell. James B 
Nannmga, Robert 
Nantz. Fred J Jr. 515 
Napier. Calloway W 423 
Napier, Charles E 
Napier. Charles M 
Napier. Deborah L 
Napier. France 
Napier, John S 
Napier. Laura A 
Napier, Michael S 488 
Napier. William B 
Napier, William K 
Napper. Stella I. W, 
Nard, Jo Ann 
Nash. Deborah K 515 
Nash. Ellen L 
Nash. Janell 547 



Nash, Jeffrey L 

Nash. Larry 

Nassida. Frank R 

Nathanson. Leo W 547 

Navann. Janet 

Nayle, Robert 

Neace, Jo Delia 

Neal. David S 472. 488 

Neal. Drexel T 423 

Neal. Edgar C Jr 547 

Neal. Elizabeth A 547 

Neal, Katie O 467 

Neal, Nina F 515 

Neal, Vicki L 313. 488 

Neat, William J 342. 363. 467 

Neeley. Betty J 488 

Neeley, Bill L 

Neeley, Daniel L 

Neeley. Philip D 

Neely, Jocelyn M 547 

Netl. Joseph J 260, 275. 423 

Nell. Richard L 

Neikirk. Ella J 

Neiswmger, Cheryl E 423 

Nelson, Charles L 1 66 

Nelson, David A 

Nelson, Joann L 

Nelson, John A 297, 374. 488 

Nelson, Lucie J 

Nelson, Missy L 547 

Nelson, Orvil 

NELSON, RICK 62 

Nelson. Stafford C 423 

Nelson. Stephen P 423 

Nelson. Susan R 377. 547 

Nelson, Walter E 

Nelson, William K 515 

Neltner, Richard W 322, 423 

Nemeth, Agnes M 547 

Nesselrode, Ann M 515 

Nett. Thomas V 

Nettle, Paul D 260, 347, 488 

Nettles. Linda M 

Netzley, Richard A 234 

Neu, Lynne A 547 

Neufarth, John E 215,488 

Neumeister. George R 251 

Neuser, Gary A 

Nevels. William L 423 

New, Cecil L 547 

New, Larry Russell 

Newberry, Charles L 

Newby. Betty R 

Newcom. Lucinda S 515 

Newcomb. Phyllis K 547 

Newell. Frankie J 547 

Newell, Robert E 

Newell, Ruby I 

Newland, Kellon E 

Newman, Deborah L 293.515 

Newman, Delbert W 547 

Newman. James T 

Newman, Larry E 

Newman, Robbin D 

Newman. Sharon R 

Newman, William W 

Newport, Fonda J 

Newsom, Goebel W 

Newsome. Anthony L 321, 423 

Newsome, Loretta 

Newsome, Mary M 288, 423 

Newsome, Rebecca S 515 

Newsome, Roberta 

Newsome. Shelia F 

Newton. Anthony Q 44, 316. 423 

Newton, Charles T 547 

Newton. Charlotte A. 515 

Newton. Gary D 316, 515 

Newton, Jackuelme 

Newton, John T 

Newton. Kenneth M 344, 488 

Newton, William R 

Niceley, Martha L 

Nicewonder, Steven G 515 

Nicholas. David L 423 

Nicholas. Steven E 424 

Nichols, Constance B 

Nichols, Debra K 547 

Nichols. John H 

Nichols. John M 

Nichols. Ruth J 

Nicholson. Kenneth 

Nicholson, Martha A 424 

Nicholson. Michael E 424 

Nicholson, Ted F 

Nicholson, Vanda L 

Nickell, Kalhy A 547 

Nicked. Thomas L 488 

Nickels, Patsy L 547 

Nickels. Polly M 424 

Nickles. Paula A 424 

Nickson, Malcolm E 260. 319, 424 

Nicolet. Dan D 257, 319 

Nidifter, Phyllis A 

Niebel, Sylvia M 

Niehaus, Anne L 547 

Niehotf, Susan C 

Niemann, Melody S 424 

NILES, JOHN JACOBS 64 

Niles, Lucian E 

Niner, Keith W 368 

NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND 64. 600 

Noble, Clara 488 

Noble, Dale 

Noble, Jill L 288, 515 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 593 




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Noble. Kathy M 306. 327 

Noble, Randall F 

Noe. Avonda H 219. 424 

Noe. Carolyn B 203. 218. 219. 424 

Noe. Charles D 

Noe. Gary S 

Noe. James S 

Noe. Judy L 327, 488 

Noe, Phyllis M 515 

Noe, Roger C 

Noe. Sarah A 488 

Noel. Ann M 547 

Noel. Charlotte C 287 

Noel. David A 547 

Noel, Eugene P 

Noel, Linda I 

Noel. Stephen D 

Noel. William A. Jr 

Nolan, Diana 

Nolan, Lmda 214. 515 

Nolan, William A 

Noland. Irvln Jr 

Noland. Joel S 424 

Noland, Mark S 488 

Noland. Nancy M 515 

Noland. Penny G 

Nordgulen, George 165 

Nordgulen, June B 

Nordheim, Betty L 

Norenberg, Mark E 

Norlleel. Barbara P 

Norileet, Charles E 

Norman. A Susanne 

Norman, Brenda C 327 

Norman. David S 424 

Norris, Barbara P. 

Norris, Camilla A 547 

Norris, Charles B 

Norris, Chen L 324 

Norris. Reed B 

Norris, Robert L 

Northern, Ernest B 

Northern, Susan B 

Norton, Eddie T III 

Norton, Joseph M 

Norton. Mary 

Norton. Philip C 

Norton, Sally R 268. 313 

Norton, Thomas D 

Norton, Tommy E 

Norton, William C 

Norton. William J 

Norvell. Charley S 

Norvell, Thomas N 341,515 

Norwitz, Jeffrey H 264, 287. 363 

Noyes. Timothy M 

Nunn. Frankie L 297, 488 

Nunn. Nancy L. 488 

Nunnelley, Jerri L. 515 

Nutini, David L. 

Nuttall, Brandon C 515 

Nutter, Richard C 

Nutty, Beth A 424 

Nyerges, Helen P. 

Oak, Dalton L 

Oakes, Dorothy C 

Oakley. Pamela S 515 

Oatts, Judy L 515 

Oatts. Judy L. 

O'Brien, John W 560 



O'Brien, Kenneth O 

O'Brien. Melody A 

O'Brien, Ruth C 

O'Bryan, Bernard B 287,488 

Ochsenbem. Rebecca L 

O'Connor. Thomas E 

O'Daniel, Mary M 

Odell. John P. 

Odierna. Candace M 

Odle. Bonnie M 488 

O'Donnell, Catherine 

O'Dennell. Katie M 515 

O'Donnell, William J 

Odor, Edwin M 

O'Dowd. Kathleen G 

Odum, Sallie C 

Ofcacek, Margaret M 

Ogden, Arthur J 

Ogden, Frederic D 1 56 

Ogden. Ruth E 515 

Ogden, Steven D 424 

Ogle, Pamela L 

O'Hara, Betty J 467 

O'Hara. Guy C 

O'Hara. Mary A 

O'Hearn. Mary K 

Ohr, Edwina D 

Ohr, Janie S 

Okamoto, Craig N 

Oki, Mmeko 

Okleshen, Marilyn J 

Okruhlica. Tan R 548 

Olds, Deborah S 210. 424 

Olin. Bruce W 548 

Oliver, Bobby D 

Oliver. Diana L 515 

Olvier, John N Jr 

Oliver. Mark L 212, 488 

Oliver, Patricia S 

Oliver, Ricky L 

Oliver, Steven R 

Olivien. Peter N 305, 424 

Olsen, Jeanne L 515 

Olsen, Peter L 424 

Olson. Robert A 

O'Mara, Eva C 

OMEGA PSI PHI 328 

Omelia, Michael G 297 

Omer, Susan A 548 

Onan, Clarence E 

Onan, Dennis R 515 

Onan. John E 315 

Onan, Kathryn L 369. 371, 488 

O'Neal. Danny W 

O'Neal, Linda D 488 

Oney, Gerald L 

Onkst. Donald R 

Ontko. Thomas J. 

Orem, Michael T. 

Orman, Donna E 

Oman, Kenneth D 

Orme. Sarah F 548 

Ormes, Karen D 515 

Ormond. Thomas L 

Orr. Charles M 

Orsborne, Charles M 

Orton, Bonnie J 

Osborn. Kathy A 

Osborn, Roberta A 

Osborne, Ben M 



Osborne, Calhy 425 

Osborne. Chip 380, 560 

Osborne, Cynthia G 

Osborne, Glenda F 

Osborne. Gregory A 425 

Osborne, Hubert J 

Osborne, John L 

Osborne, Rebecca P 548 

Osborne, Larry J 

Osborne, Leonard S 

Osborne, Linda P 

Osborne. Michael W 297 

Osborne. Oma S 

Osborne, Rebecca P 

Osborne, Rowena 425 

Osborne, Roy P 425 

Osborne, Teresa A L 425 

Osland, Kim R 327, 515 

Ostar, Allan 132, 461 

Ostwalt, Deborah J 

Ostwalt. Melinda A 

Otero, Raymond B 1 58 

Otis, John A 

Oft, Richard M 289. 488 

Often, Becky S 

Often. Bradley E 

Often. Jane L 515 

Otto, Richard J Jr 

Otto, Susan A 331. 488 

Ousley. Danny L 

Overbee. Sandra K S 548 

Overmiller. James M 321,488 

Overmyer, Donna L 

Overstreet, Mary A 

Overstreet, Paula J 560 

Overstreet, Randy J 548 

Overstreet. Saundra M 

Overton, Denny B 

Owen, Morns W 342, 425 

Owen, Richard H 

Owen. Richard T 548 

Owen, Stephen L 

Owens. Bonnie S 

Owens, Charles A 

Owens, Deborah C 548 

Owens. Dennis R 

Owens. Devert J 

Owens, Frances R 

Owens. Jennifer R G 

Owens. Julia B. 548 

Owens, Kenneth R 

Owens. Metta J 

Owens, Monte H 

Owens, Paula B 

Owens, Paula L 

Owens, Ronnie K. 515 

Owens, William H Jr 

Owings. William R 364.515 

Owsley, John E 

Pace. Betty F 

Pace, Brenda G 

Pace. Deborah F 488 

Page, Faye 152 

Pace, Jean R 548 

Pace, John D. 

Pace. Larry R 

Pace. Rose N 

Pace. Shirley F 

Pachin, Diana L 340. 515 

Pack, Janet T 548 



Pack, Nickey L 
Pack, Pamela L 349. 488 
PACKARD. VANCE 62 
Padgett, Donald 
Paeltz. Christina luf 
Page, Charles E 
Page. Robert H 
Pagett. Kathy J 
Pahnke. Ross C. 
Paine. Robert A. 218 
Paine, Sarah C 
Paitsel, Brenda B 
Paitsel, James D Jr 

Palahunich, Jennifer 

Palasin. Udom 

Palen. Kenneth G, 515 

Paleologos. Stacy 425 

Palis, Deborah K 

Palko, Edmund J 

Palm, James R 

Palm, Jeffrey 322 

Palmer, Bradley N. 

Palmer. Craig A 425 

Palmer, Gary D 218 

Palmer. Linda D 515 

Palmer, Nina G 

Palmer, Richard D 

Palmer. Susan J 306 

Palombi, John H 

Panayotolf, Jane V 

PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 331 

Panyako. David E M 

Papst. Sharyn A 305. 313 

Pardon. Allen T 

Parham, Dorcas A 

Parham, James B 

Pans, Kathryn A 194,217.425 

Park, Hwang W 

Park, Jo Ann C 

Park. Steven H 

Park, Walter L 

Parke, Gale F 425 

Parke. Lee P 

Parke. Mary E M 

Parker, Auldon B II 548 

Parker, Bill J 425 

Parker, Craig W 65 

Parker, Francis K 371 

Parker, Fred N 

Parker, James 1 44 
Parker, Patricia A 327 
Parker, Phyllis M 
Parker. Randall A 
Parkerson, Buford S 
Parkey. Patricia A 548 
Parkey. Ronald C 
Parkey. Rosalee R 
Parkhursl, Willis 215 
Parks. Barbara L 
Parks. Connie G 515 
Parks. Donald W 305 
Parks. Edna J 
Parks. Felecia L 
Parks, Jarmilia A 
Parks. Jeffrey J 548 
Parks. Jerry L 
Parks, Gerald Lynn 425 
Parks. Larry R 384, 425 
Parks, Michael S 
Parks, Natasha T 



Parks, Phyllis A 425 

Parks. Rebecca A 548 

Parks, Shirly R 

Parks, Timothy L 

Parrett, Ruth 

Parngin, Tim 

Parns. Charles R 

Parrish, Constance J 548 

Parrish, Dale M 515 

Parrish, Deborah D 

Parrish, Jerry A 

Parrish, Rick L 467 

Parrish, Steve H 

Parroft. Alois M 

Parrott, Chuck 254 

Parrott, Ernest W 488 

Parroft, John S 

Parrott, Sharon K 

Parson. Donna K. 548 

Parsons, Amanda C 548 

Parsons, Clifford R 210 

Parsons. Donald E. 

Parsons, Jackie L 

Parsons, Janice M 

Parsons, Jeanmne M 

Parsons, John H 

Parsons. Sharon A 548 

Parsons. Sherry G 313, 488 

Parsons, Susan D 560 

Parsons. Thomas S 

Parsons, William J 

Partm. Jack K Jr 

Partin, Nevada A 

Partm, Thomas E 488 

Partlowe, George H. 

Partlowe, Janet S 

Partridge. Carol F. 

Partusch, Marsha A 313. 425 

Pasierb. David E 488 

Pasley. James T 

Pasley. Joe W. 

Patel, Pravmkumar I 348 

Patierno, Danny R 

Patrick, Alfred L 170 

Patrick, Dave 147 

Patrick, Delores L 560 

Patrick. Dennis R 

Patrick, Emma J 548 

Patrick, Jackie A 

Patrick, Johnnie L 

Patrick. Larry L 548 

Patrick. Leora J 

Patrick, Michael D 

Patrick. Tracy R 515 

Patrick, Vicki L 266, 488 

Patrum, Scova L 515 

Patten, John R. 

Patterson. Carl G 

Patterson, Dorothy A 324, 351, 

369. 371. 488 
Patterson, Guy R 
Patterson, Helen P 
Patterson, Janice L 292 
Patterson, John P 
Patterson, John R. Jr 
Patterson, Raymond R 371, 548 
Patterson, Sandra L. 
Patterson. Tim B 288 
Pattie. Helen T. 
Pattison. Stanley E 515 



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Pattern, Charles E. 

Patton, Connie J. 515 

Patton, Connie L 

Patton, Curtis L 548 

Patton. Franklin C 

Patton, Glenda B 

Patton. James 0. 

Patton. Patricia J 

Patton. Paul R. 548 

Patton, Rodney L 

Patton, Stanleo 

Paul, Carl 548 

Paul. Donald J 

Paul. Gerald E 305 

Paul, James J 467 

Paul, Leonard C 

Paulin, Donald A 425 

Paulson, Allan T 488 

Pawley, Wayne B 

Payne. Albert B 426 

Payne, Charles A 

Payne. Gerald E 364, 426 

Payne, Grover T Jr 

Payne. John H 310. 311. 488 

Payne. Joseph O 

Payne, Kathryn J 

Payne, Margaret W 

Payne. Ralph W 

Paynter, Harry A 

Paynter, Michael B. 

Payton, Martha J 426 

Peabody. Richard R 

Peace, Irene 

Peace. Richard E 

Peace. Terry L 

Pearce. Brenda S 

Pearce. Brenda S 548 

Pearce. Cecilia D 306, 313, 488 

Pearce, Cynthia 266 

Pearce, James J 

Pearman. Glenda F 515 

Pearsall, Wayne G 488 

Pearse, Cynthia J 284. 515 

Pearson, Debra K 215. 219. 327. 

362. 488 
Pearson, Norman A 548 
Pearson, Thomas C 
Pease, Tom M 
Peavler, Larry J 
Peavley, Diane R 
Pebbles. Don V. 
Peck, William C 346 
Pecora, Mary M 
Pecsek, Steven G 
Peddicord. John A 
Peddicord, Martha A 
Peddicord, Martha J 
Pedigo, Pauline 
Peebles, Helena S 488 
Peebles. Joanna 21 1 , 51 5 
Peek, Jeanie D 
Peek, Thomas E 
Peel, Barry W 
Peercy, Virginia I P 
Peers, Delores A 
Pellrey, Dallas L 
Pelly, Donald E 426 
Peltier, Joyce E 211, 516 
Pelzmann. Catherine A 
Pena, Stephany L 516 
Pence. Christine B 
Pence, Stephen B 
Pence. Susan H 548 
Pendergrass, Elizabet 
Pendleton. David L 293, 426 
Pendleton. Robert J 
Peniston, Lloyd W 298. 488 
Penn, Kathleen 
Penn. Sheila J 468. 516 
Pennington, Ann J 
Pennington, Charles D 
Pennington. Ernest L 
Pennington. Frances K 
Pennington, Larry 426 
Pennington. Larry W 426 
Pennington, Marion R 488 
Pennington, Pamela P. 516 
Penrod, Vicki J 
Pensol. Harvey A. 355, 548 
Pentecost. Fred L 
Penyin, Jerome R 
Peoples, Joan B 
Perazzo, Suzanne E 327. 516 
Percitul, Diane L. 548 
Perdue. Teresa J 548 
Perez. David F. 
Perez, Diana L. D 516 
Perez, Michael E 488 
Perkins. Alice L. 
Perkins, Connie G 468 
Perkins, Dennis T 260 
Perkins, Dons E 
Perkins, Forde 
Perkins, Fred A 303, 516 
Perkins, Janet E 548 
Perkins, John S 426 
Perkins, Judith L 488 
Perkins, Nancy C 548 
Perkins, Phillip E 
Perkins. Ricky L 
Perkins, Sandra E 
Perkins. Sue M 
Perkins, Thomas R 
Perkmson, Steven R 
Perna, Diane M 



Perrm, Rachel E 

Perritt, Lea J 

Perros. Kathy I 211. 516 

Perrot, Charles F 

Perrot. Mary C 

Perry, Charles W 

Perry, Deborah J 426. 516 

Perry, Deborah K 

Perry, Ellen S 292, 488 

Perry, Kathleen M 

Perry, Keith M 298, 426 

Perry. Lee E 

Perry. Patricia C 65. 217. 355 

Perry, Ricky L 298 

Perry, Rodney T. 548 

Perry, Wanda F 548 

Persell. Patsy E 426 

Peshek. Glenn H 426 

PERSHING RIFLES 360 

Peters, Arthur D 

Peters. David M 321, 488 

Peters. David P. 

Peters, Donald B 

Peters. James J 458 

Peters. Karen R 426 

Peters, Samuel L Jr 

Peters, Suzanne 

Peters. Teresa L 548 

Peterson. Bill S 

Peterson, Charles D 516 

Peterson. Esther J 

Peterson. Frederick R 369 

Peterson. Jeffrey B 548 

Peterson, Joan N 

Peterson, Robert W 297. 516 

Petit, Ingeborg G 

Petitt, Gary M 

Petrey, Lanny C 

Petrey, Tommy L 

Petro. Patricia L H 

Pettrey, Rebecca L 

Petton, Marty Jo 306 

Pfalzgraf, Linda M 488 

Ptalzgral, Manone A 426 

Ptalzgrat, Ralph F II 548 

Ptister. Mark J 

Pfotenhauer, George L 

Pfotenhauer, Harriet 

Phelps. Auna S 488 

Phelps. Beverly A 

Phelps. Carl E 

Phelps, Charlene S 

Phelps. Charlotte J 426 

Phelps, James S 

Phelps, Kenneth A 

Phelps. Michael E. 516 

Pherson, Jeanne H 548 

PHI DELTA THETA 323 

PHI KAPPA ALPHA 314 

PHI KAPPA PHI 218 

PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA 216 

PHI MU PHI 325, 333 

Phillips, Barbara L 426 

Phillips, Blaine 489 

Phillips, Claude B 

Phillips. David L 

Phillips. Dmo W 516 

Phillips. Francis P 

Phillips. Gary L 

Phillips. John C 

Phillips. John H 

Phillips. Joyce A. 

Phillips. Juanita 175 

Phillips. Larry D 

Phillips. Lee A 

Phillips. Lou A 

Phillips. Matthew C 426 

Phillips. Michael E 

Phillips, Micheal E 427 

Phillips, Nancy R 548 

Phillips. Paula A 516. 605 

Phillips, Rebecca L 489 

Phillips, Samson W 

Phillips, Steven R 

Phillips, Thomas D 

Phillips, Timothy L 

Phillips. Wayne 489 

Philon. Edell 

Philpot. Clara E. 

Philpot, Edmond F 427 

Philpot. Harry H Jr 427 

Philpot. James T Jr 

Philpot, Rose M 427 

Phipps. Linda E 

Phipps. Marcella J 

Phipps. Virginia E 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 314 

PI OMEGA PI 219 

PI TAU CHI 215 

Piatt, Jennifer S 369. 371. 489 

Picard, Michael H 

Pickett, Gail O 

Pickett, James W 

Pickett. Jane D 427 

Pickett, William H 305 

Pickett, William R 

PickreN, Edward M 

Pickrell, Gerald W 

PickreN, Karen E M 489 

Pidkowicz, Joseph P 

Pieratt, William H 

Pierce, Clairetta 214 

Pierce, George D 186 

Pierce, Gerald L 214 

Pierce, Judy R 



Pierce. Randall H 

Piercefield, Deborah 548 

Piercey. Vickie L 

Piercy, Lawrence C 516 

Pierson, Barry N 548 

Pierson, Gary L 

Pierson. Larry D 

Pigg, Jerrold C 

Pigman, Dale A 

Pigman, Kathryn A 

Pike. Charles M 548 

Pike. James G 

Pimolwatana. Chairal 

Ping. Dwight D 

Ping, Howard L 

Pinkston. Charles T 

Pinkston, Sharron M 516 

Pinkston, Stephen T 

Pmson. Patricia A 548 

Pipal, Jill P 

Piper, Gregory H 

Pipes. Howard J 489 

Pipes, Joyce R 

Piro. Edward C 363. 548 

Pitakos, Barbara D 371, 489 

Pittman, Garnett L 

Plageman. Donald B 

Plante, Maria B 348 

Plummer, Deborah L 288, 549 

Plummer, E G 254 

Plummer, James K 

Plummer, James K Jr 212.468 

Plummer, Jo A 549 

Podmore, Gail A 343 

Poer, Marsha L 516 

Potfenberger, Donald 

Pogue. Michael L 

Poindexter, Vivian F 516 

Polm, Mary A 549 

Poling. Robert D 

Pollard, Barbara A 

Pollard. Philip A 427 

Pollock, Nell N 

Polsgrove, Jennie W 

Polvmo. Gen 267 

Pomeroy, Steven M 

Ponder, Aline C 

Ponder. Teryl J 548 

Pool. Violet L 

Poole, Betty P P 

Pope. Gracia A 549 

Pope. Janet M 489 

Pope. Judith A F 

Pope. Karren J 294. 489 

Pope, Patricia L 

Pope. Theodore E 369. 549 

Popham, Warren E 

Poppas, Stephen C 

Popplewell. Kathy J K 

Porter, Betty H 

Porter. James L 

Porter. James R 

Porter, Janice F 549 

Porter, Jennifer R 

Porter. Ronald L 

Porter, Sheha G 

Portune. Mary K 516 

Portwood. Gannett R 

Posey. Marvin I 

Posey, Robert W 148, 212 

Postlethwait, Stanley 

Poston, Susan A S 

Pott, Kenneth L 427 

Potter, Clara B 

Potter, Elizabeth A 549 

Potter, Elizabeth J 468 

Potter, Frank E 

Potter, Glenn 

Potter, Marilyn E 

Potter, Michael J 

Potter, Spencer G 

Potter, Wanda N 

Potts, James C 

Potts, Nancy E 489 

Potts, Richard F 

Potts, Roberta 516 

Potts, Roger L 

Poulos, Alex 

POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL 30 

Powell, Allen S 

Powell. Betsy M 

Powell. Bonnie S 

Powell, Carl E 

Powell. David M 

Powell, Donald L 

Powell, Flora D 

Powell. Gametta J 

Powell. Gary L 316 

Powell, J C 133 

Powell, Janice L 516 

Powell, Judith A 

Powell, Judith B 

Powell, Karen E 

Powell. Linda A 

Powell, Marilyn A 427 

Powell, Nena L 

Powell, Opal M 427 

Powell, Pamela A 

Powell. Shelby R Jr 

Powell, Terry C 

Powell, Thomas M 

Power, Sharleen W 

Powers, Linda R 549 

Powers, Van A 427 

Poynter, Bennie L 



Poynter, Mark B 

Poynter, Scott P. 

Poynter, Vivian L 

Pracht. Richard D 

Prall. Thomas R 

Prasert, Suchada 

Prater. Bobby R 

Prater, Danny L 

Prater, Dennis J L 

Prater, James J 427 

Prater, John R 

Prater, Kathy 516 

Prater, Larry 

Prather, Kerry W 

Prather. Marcus W 

Parther. Sally J 344. 489 

Prather, Sharon K 549 

Prather, Terry L 

Prats. Harry J 

Pratt, Richard J 

Preece, Dianne C 427 

Presley. Billy G 

Presley, Carole A 

Presnell, Daniel J 

Presnell. Glenn 257 

Preston, Betty P 

Preston, Connie S 427 

Preston, Delores L 218.427 

Preston, Dennis A 427 

Preston. George E 

Preston, Lucy Y 

Preston, Michael 489 

Prewitt, Curtis W 

Prewitt, Edna B 

Prewitt. Fred E Jr 

Prewitt. John R 

Prewitt. Mary R 

Prewitt, Patty F 549 

Price. Ann E 516 

Price. Anna L M 

Price. Brenda G 

Price. Burk M 

Price. Delores A 

Price, Desta C 

Price, Earl C 

Price, Georgia D 

Price, Jackie J 549 

Price, Jamesetta 489 

Price, Jerry L 

Price, Jo Ann 549 

Price. Linda G 549 

Price, Marian L 

Price. Nancy 

Price. Norma R 427 

Price. Patricia A 516 

Price, Richard P 549 

Price, Rosa L 

Price, Rustin E 

Price, Samuel H 

Price, Sarah B 

Price, Sheila A 549 

Price, Sherry J 

Price, Thomas G 

Price. William A 257 

Price, William R 

Pnddy, Marilynn R 

Pndemore. Sandra L 

Prmg, Jonathan B 

Pntchard, Paula S 

Proctor, Connie J 468 

Proffitt, John D 

Prolfitt. Mary E 218 

Protfitt, Paul C 216, 369, 516 

Pruttt, Edward K 

Pruitt, Raymond D 

Pruitl. William T 

Pryor, Lary D 

Pryse. Martha L 292 

Puckett, Bettye K 427 

Puckett, Lela J 349 

Puckett. Mary J 516 

Puckett. Owen T 346 

Puckett. Rollm K 

Puckett, Wintred G 

Pugh. Belinda J 

Pugh, Jenny L 

Puhr, Barry W 

Pullen, Robert 

Pulliam. Alton B Jr 

Pulham. Carol B 468 

Pulliam, Dwight D 

Pulliam, Michael L 315. 489 

Pullins, Edward T 

Puma, Cheryl A 

Purcell, Jerry M 427 

Purcell, Ned S 

Purcell. Paul H. 

Purcell. Rodney D 

Purdom. Elmer R Jr 

Purkins, Vickie L 549 

Purpura, Philip P 

PursifuU, Karen A 468 

Push. Stephen C 

Putty, Harry D 

Pyle. Karen R 549 

Pyles. Dan B 516 

Qadn. Habeeb 560 

Quail. Karen S 

Quails, Jenny C 

Quarles. David A 489 

Queen, Sally S 516 

Quick, John L 

Quick, Patricia L 549 

OUICK SILVER 64 

Quick, William 



Quick, William T II 

Quigg, Daniel L 380. 381. 516 

Guillen. Carlene 

Quillen, Nada C. 516 

Quitlman, John L 

Quinlan, Patrick T 260 

Qumley, Sharon K 

Qumn, James R 31 5 

Qumn. Manann 

Qumn, Martha L. 516 

Qumn, Michael C 

Quire. Eddie L 

Quisenberry. Robert G 

Raabe. Stephen T 

Rabuzzi, Paul D 

Rachal. Edith A 

Racioppi. Antoinette 

Radclifte. Rebecca J 427 

Radclitte, Stephen W 

Rader. Anne N 427 

Rader. David 

Rader, Janet M 

Rader, Terry E 

Raderer. Vickie L 210,371.427 

Radom. Jay L 

Radway, David J 

Raftord. Brenda J 

Rahlmann, Stephen D 

Rahmani, Qutabuddm N 

Railey, Thomas B 

Rainey, Deborah L 292. 427 

Rainey, Diane 292, 351 

Rains. Barbara D 549 

Rams. Eugene D 489 

Rams. George 427 

Rams, James L 

Rams, Lmda S 489 

Rams, Roger L 

Rams, Vernon M 

Ramwaler, Vernon E 516 

Raistrick. Debra K 212.377,379. 

427 
Rakestraw, Linda G 489 
Rakestraw, Thomas L 
Raleigh, Dennis R 364. 490 
Ralston. Jeffrey C 549 
Ralston. John M 549 
Rambicure, Peggy A 549 
Ramey, Don T 
Ramey. Jennifer L 327.516 
Ramey. Karen L 219. 490 
Ramey. Loretta J 
Ramey, Scheila B 427 
Ramey, William R 549 
Ramsdell, Les 218 
Ramirez, Al 258 
Ramsey, Charles M 
Ramsey. Dinah G 
Ramsey. Donna L 550 
Ramsey, Ernes! R 
Ramsey. James M 
Ramsey. Joyce M 1 52 
Ramsey. Kathenne I 
Ramsey, Michael L 
Ramsey, Roy L 
Randall. Deborah S 516 
Randall, Fannye J 
Randall. Louis C 
Randall. Roberta L 
Randol, Jon C 342, 516 
Randolph, Randy E 260. 321 . 427 
Raney, L Michael 516 
Raney. Vicki S 292 
Rankin, Helen K 
Rankin, James W 490 
Rankin. John W 550 
Rankin. Karl C 
Rankin, Margaret G 550 
Rankin. Minnie W 
Rankin, Norman G 
Rankin, Robert A 490 
Rankin. Terry L 
Ransdell, Trudy G 
Ranson, Catherine E 427 
Ranvier, Gene A 
Rapp. Joseph G 298, 427 
Ratchft, Amy L 549 
Ratchft. Robert L 
Ratclifl, William R 
Rathgaber, Kurt R 
Ratliff, Arlan P 
Rathff. Bernard D 428 
Ratliff, Carolyn A 
Ratliff. David L 550 
Ratliff. Edna L 
Ratliff. Erma D 
Ratliff. Frederick C 364 
Ratliff. James M 234. 428 
Ratliff, James O 
Ratliff. Richard R 
Ratliff.Ruth A 
Ratliff. Virginia J 
Ratliff. William J 
Rattananonl, Vanida 
Ratlner, Martha A 
Rausch, Cathy S 210, 369. 428 
Rausch, Elizabeth A 
Rawlmgs, Charles L 
Rawlmgs, Sarah F 516 
Rawlins, Carolyn J 218, 219 
Ray. Carol J 349, 490 
Ray, Elmer T Jr 
Ray. Joan R 428 
Ray, Michael S 287, 364, 516 
Ray, Pamela M 550 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 595 



Ray, Richard D. 

Ray, Robert E 428 

Ray. Ronald L 550 

Rayburn, Sammye D. 

Rayens. Bruce C 

Raymond, Donna L 

Raymond, Ronald L 

Razor. Lucia C 490 

Reader. Garry L 

Reagan, Carl W 

Reagan. Jennifer L 550 

Reagan, Stuart A 

Ream, Bradley C 

Ream, Byron M. 428 

Ream. Judy F. 219. 428 

Reams, Blanche E D 

Reams, Teresa A 

Reasor, Daniel A 

Reasor, Edward D. 

Reaves. Lorene C 

Rebilas, Thomas J 

Rebmann. Paul C 363, 490 

Rebold, Patricia A 266, 327. 490 

Record. Karen L 

Rector, Garry R 

Redden, William E 

Reddick, Emmer T II 

Reddy. Bernard T 

Reddy. Etta L 

Redilord. Johnny 

Redman, Jesse L 

Redmon, Barbara J 210,219 

Redmond, Patricia A 

Redmond, Roy A 

Reece. Sharon F, 

Reed. Alan W 516 

Reed. Betty S 

Reed, Carol 428 

Reed. Charles B III 

Reed, Deborah L 211. 516 

Reed. Gwendolyn S 

Reed. Jesse 310, 311 

Reed, Joellen 516 

Reed. Judith L 216, 369. 490 

Reed, Louis 

Reed, Mary L 

Reed. Michael E 319 

Reed. Patricia L 216. 516 

Reed. Thomas W 322. 428 

Reed. Wilma-L 

Reeder, Cheryl A 516 

Reeder, Chris R 260 

Reeder. Eva J 

Reedy, Retha B 

Rees, Thomas E 

Reese, Dwight B 

Reese, Glenda M 

Reese, James A 

Reese. James A 303 

Reese, Nicholas A 

Reese, Sharon K 550 

Reeves, Connie J 

Reeves, Deborah G 560 

Reeves, James P 342 

Reeves, Janice E 

Reeves, Sue J. 

Relfitt. David P 428 

Reftitt. Douglas E 

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Rehkamp, Dianne 287, 490 

Rehkamp. Jeanne M 516 

Reichenbach, Mona L, 516 

Reid. Deborah A 550 

Reid, Eddie M 

Retd. Janet L 371, 550 

Reid. John C 

Reid. June W L 

Reid, Paula K 550 

Reid, Thomas L 428 

Reilly, Dennis J 

Reilly. Edward B 550 

Reinart. Steven L 

Remheimer, Rebecca E 

Remle. John F 

Reinstedler, Kathenn 490 

Reiss, Jessie M 287, 490 

Reilz, Chris J 

Relken, Robert M 305 

Remy, Sandra K 217. 490 

Rena. Stephany 211 

Rench, John F 

Renfro. Dorothy M 

Renner, Noelcarroll R 550 

Renshaw, Ronnie L 

Rentz, Marcia J 313, 428 

Reppert, Carolyn 490 

Retzlatt. Craig L 

Reuss, Robert P 

Revere. John H 225. 226 

Reves. Charles B 

Reynolds, Barry E. 

Reynolds, Betty J 

Reynolds, Beverly C 

Reynolds, Beverly J 

Reynolds. Carolyn 516 

Reynolds. Cynthia L. 550 

Reynolds, Emma S 

Reynolds, Eugene P 428 

Reynolds, Gregory R. 

Reynolds, Harold D 428 

Reynolds, Hazel I 428 

Reynolds. Hugh C 

Reynolds. Kathy L. 

Reynolds. Kendall D 346 
Reynolds, Linda J. 516 



Reynolds, Lora 

Reynolds, Mark H 

Reynolds, Melissa L 550 

Reynolds. Melvin C 

Reynolds. Nancy A 516 

Reynolds, Raymond F 550 

Reynolds, Robert D 550 

Reynolds, Robert J 

Reynolds. Terry D 517 

Rhea. James R 306. 490 

Rhea. John E 

Rhinehimer, Bobbie J 

Rhoades, Donna M 550 

Rhodes. Carl A. 

Rhodes. Karen L. 387 

Rhodes. Lawrence D 

Rhodes, William T 

Rhodus. Carol C 428 

Rhodus. Deborah C 517 

Rhodus. Harry D 

Rhodus. Imogene 

Rhodus. John L 

Rhodus, Marsha L 517 

Rhodus, Susan A M 

Rhodus, W David 

Rhodus, William G 

Rhoton, Carolyn S F. 

Rhoton, James R 

Ricciardt, Gerald M 

Rice. Andrew W 329. 490 

Rice, Betty A 293, 428 

Rice, Betty K 490 

Rice, Charles A 

Rice. George L 428 

Rice. Harry S 

Rice, Helen M 517 

Rice, Henry S 

Rice. Jo A 292, 343. 490 

Rice. Les 157 

Rice, Ora E 

Rice, Patricia A 517 

Rice, Paul R 

Rice, Rebecca T 292 

Rice, Robert L. Jr 303 

Rice. Robin L 

Rice, Rosemary 428 

Rice, Roy V 550 

Rice, Stephen M 

Rice. Stephen P 

Rice, Susan P. 

Rice. Vicke S 327 

Rich, Kathy S 517 

Richards, Carol D 

Richards, Gmi 345, 362 

Richards, Nora E 491 

Richards. Ronald M. 

Richards, Virginia J 288. 517 

Richardson, Brenda S 

Richardson, Cynthia L. 550 

Richardson, Darrell 316 

Richardson, Deborah L 491 

Richardson, Donald W. 

Richardson, Eric D 

Richardson, Joe M 

Richardson, Joseph E 

Richardson. Karen R 428 

Richardson, Kathy L 

Richardson, Kenneth D 428 

Richardson. Larry L 

Richardson, Mary N G 

Richardson, Orestes 

Richardson, Risa B 517 

Richardson, Sharon S. 

Richardson. Sylvia F. 560 

Richardson. Verna C 

Richardson. Wade H. 

Richerson. Janice E. 428 

Richeson, Angela R 491 

Richie. Linda D 

Richmond, Cathy 218 

Richmond, Joyce M. 

Richmond, Rickie R 

Richter, Robert K 517 

Richtmyer, Edward C 

Ricke, Barbara A 268, 313. 343. 

491 
Rickett. Helen E 
Rickett, Jerry A 
Ricketts. Becky B 313, 491 
Bidden. Michael L 
Ridder, llene B. 
Riddle. Donna G 51 7 
Riddle. Georgene 216. 324 
Riddle. Karen R 550 
Riddle, Kevin R 
Riddle, Michael D 550 
Riddle. Sherne L 288, 517 
Riddle, Stephen G 
Riddle, Teresa L. 517 
Riddle. Ternll R 517 
Riddlebarger. Diana J 550 
Riddlebarger, Edwin H. 
Ridenour. Brenda K. 517 
Ridenour. Debora S 31 
Rider, Charles L Jr. 551 
Rider, Richard D Jr 517 
Ridgell, Raymond P. 
Ridgley. Patrick E, 
Ridgway, Jeffrey A 
Ridings. Betty J. 343 
Ridley. La Sandra E 202. 219, 294, 

428 
Rieker, Mildred M. 
Rieser, Fred P. Jr 
Riester, Phyllis L. 



Riffe. David J 

Riffe. Gwendolyn 294 

Riffe. James S 551 

Rifle, Karen R 551 

Riffle, Paul D 491 

Riggins, James L 428 

Riggms, Jane A, 517 

Riggle, Christine K 

Riggs, Andrea L 

Riggs, Carole E 551 

Riggs, Catherine F 

Riggs. Charles M. Jr 

Riggs, Denise 

Riggs, Elizabeth L. 

Riggs, John D 

Riggs. Mary H 

Riggs, Patty L 215, 327. 362 

Riggs, Shelby J 

Riggs, Stephen R 

Rigsbee, Rebecca L 517 

Riley. Alfreda 

Riley. Beverly K 

Riley, Daniel C 361, 517 

Riley, Donna F 

Riley. Joesph A 551 

Riley, Joseph R 551 

Riley, Rebecca T 216. 428 

Riley. Ronald G 

Riley. Stephen 

Riley, Thomas J 491 

Riley. William 

Riner, Porter E 

Riner. Sue C 

Riney, Joseph A 111 551 

Rinks. Jami E 468 

Riordan, Paula J 

Ripperdan, Kevis 51 7 

Risher, Beatrice M 517 

Risher, George A 428 

Risk. Margaret L 327, 491 - 

Rismiller, Steven H 371.428 

Risner. Mearl T 

Risner. Terry 

Ritchey. Barry 

Ritchie, Charlet J 551 

Ritchie, David T. 

Ritchie, Deborah D 

Ritchie. Marney D 

Ritchie, Terry L 

Ritter. Kenneth M. 315 

Ritter, Sue K 

Rivers, Frederick A 

Rives. Rhea 

Roach. Catherine P 313 

Roach, Charles A. 491 

Roach. Doris A 343, 517 

Roach, Kathryn J. 517 

Roach, Robert P 65, 260. 261 

Roaden, Larry J 51 7 

Roark. Daniel W 

Roark, Irene L 517 

Roark, Mary L 

Roark, Roger W. 

Roark. Terry L 491 

Robards. John M 428 

Robards. Terry P. 

Robb, Deborah A 

Robbins. Beverly J 

Robbms. Deborah J 

Robbins, Earl L Jr 

Robbins, Trudy D F. 

Robbinson, Ruth A. 468 

Roberson, Arthur F. 518 

Roberson. Karen L. 551 

Roberts. Ann C 551 

Roberts, Carolyn J H 

Roberts. Claudia L 

Roberts, Daniel B 

Roberts, Deborah S. 

Roberts. Earl 1 39 

Roberts, Everett M 

Roberts, Gary L 

Roberts. Gary M 551 

Roberts. Harold K 298, 518 

Roberts. Harold R 

Roberts, Imogene C 

Roberts. James W 

Roberts. Jennings A 

Roberts. Jewel 

Roberts. John S 298. 321. 429 

Roberts. Jonathan D 

Roberts. Lynda K 

Roberts, Malvin D 

Roberts, Margaret M 

Roberts, Michael J 

Roberts, Paul W 

Roberts, Rebecca A, 

Roberts, Roger 251. 252 

Roberts. Ronnie R 

Roberts, Shirley S. 518 

Roberts, Stanley L 

Roberts, Susan C 293 

Roberts, Susan K. 

Roberts, Wayne T 

Robertson, Gail P 

Robertson. John L 518 

Robertson. Kathleen D. 429 

Robertson. Melissa B 518 

Robertson, Randall L 

Robertson, Victoria G 491 

Robey. John D 

Robmette. Gary D. 551 

Robinson, Billie H 

Robinson, Cathy C. 

Robinson, Charles D 



Robinson, Clifton A 
Robinson, Connie 551 
Robinson, Daniel L 
Robinson, Debra P 518 
Robinson, Donnie L. 
Robinson. Frances D 
Robinson, Fred S 518 
Robinson. George E 
Robinson, James G 
Robinson, Joe F 
Robinson, John L 
Robinson, John L 
Robinson, Judy L 
Robinson. Linda G 551 
Robinson, Lucille E, 
Robinson, Martha E 
Robinson, Mary L 
Robinson, Mattie J 491 
Robinson, Pamela J 287, 551 
Robinson, Rebecca J 
Robinson. Rita G 214, 518 
Robinson. Robert L 491 
Robinson. Rondal D 518 
Robinson. Ruth A 498 
Robinson. Ruth A 
Robinson. Samuel J Jr 429 
Robinson, Sandra G. 
Robinson, Sandra J 
Robinson. Sharon M F 429 
Robinson, Terri L 
Robinson, Terry L 
Robinson, Wayne 
Robinson, William E 
Roder, Philip W. 
Rodgers. Charles E 429 
Rodgers. Clyde E 
Rodgers, David N 518 
Rogers, Deborah L 518 
Rodgers, Ellen L 
Rodgers, Joaquin R 
Rodgers. Lowell T Jr 
Rodgers. Vega L 350 
Rodman, Sue A 456 
Roe. Gary W 

Roe. Michael P 171, 316. 429 
Roesch, Harold F 491 
Roesel. Mary L. 
Rogers, Annie R 

Rogers, Barbara E 429 

Rogers, Bonnie K 212 

Rogers, Carl L, 

Rogers, Charlene M 

Rogers, Deborah L 

Rogers. James L 

Rogers, Jimmy C 

Rogers, John G. Ill 229 

Rogers, Joseph G Jr 

Rogers. Kathie J 205. 213. 429 

Rogers. Melvin H 

Rogers, Michael A 491 

Rogers. Nellie F 

Rogers, Patricia L 369. 371, 491 

Rogers, Sarah E 

Rogers. Susan L 292 

Rogers, William R 

Rogers, William T 

Roggenkamp, Germame 

Roitman, lleda T 

Rolfe, John R 

Rolfes, Sandra D 

Roller, Otis T. 

Romohr, Mark C. 551 

Root. Francis D 

Root, Gwendolyn 

Rosati, John A 

Rose, Bruce L 456 

Rose, Chester A 

Rose. Curtis O. 

Rose. Diana F 

Rose, Ernest A 

Rose, Glyndon D 

Rose, James J 

Rose. Lana R 211. 518 

Rose, Marianne 212. 429 

Rose, Tony M 

Rose, Wendell L 

Rose. William E 

Rose, Wilma K 429 

Roseberry, Patricia J 518 

Rosenkrans, Nancy J. 518 

Rosenstein. Louis M 551 

ROTC SPONSORS 362 

Ross. Anna J 

Ross, Brenda K 269. 518 

Ross. Glenda G 

Ross. James M 

Ross. Jim K 319, 373. 491 

Ross, Marian P 

Ross, Mane C 

Ross. Mary F. 518 

Ross, Paulette 313 

Ross. Richard A 

Rosser, Nancy N 

Roth, Harry L II 293. 297. 429 

Roth. Richard A. 456, 491 

Rothel, Billie A. 

Rothrock, Mark P 551 

Rousey, Donna G S 

Roussos. Carol L 368 

Routledge, Andrea L 491 

Routson. Terry W 316, 491 

Routt. David 241 

Rowe, James G 551 

Rowe, Mark A 244. 551 

Rowe, Mary L 



Rowe. Paul W 

Rowe. Wayne A. 

Rowland, Charles D 551 

Rowland. Edwin W. 

Rowland, Edwin W. 

Rowland, Kenneth R 491 

Rowland. Opal S 491 

Rowland, Roderick 

Rowland, Stephen D 

Rowland. Steve J 287,315,491 

Rowlett, Debra L 551 

Rowlett, Jeannette G 

Rowlett. John 134. 461 

Rowlett. Sharon K 491 

Rowlette. Martha A 518 

Roy, Alice F 

Roy. Garnett G 491 

Roy, Lana F 364. 429 

Roy. Luther V 

Roy, Mary K 

Royalty. James L 431 

Royalty, John T Jr 

Royalty. Kent W 551 

Royalty, Patricia A, S 

Royalty, Paul L 431 

Royalty, Robert D 518 

Royalty, William D 

Royalty, William T 

Rozanski, Kevin F 

Rozeman, Melanie 

Rozen, Robert M 

Rozen, Rosalyn E 

Rubin. Steven M 518 

Ruby. Paula L 

Rucker, Emily J 

Rucker, Harry J 

Rucker, Russell 

Rudd. Edward L 

Rudd, Lawrence P 

Rudden, Patti L 

Rudder, Mike D 431 

Rudersdorf, Molly R 

Rue, Kenneth B 431 

Rue, Rebecca J 

Ruf. Linda C 266. 269. 551 

Ruff, Carolyn A 219, 431 

Rulfley, Kathy A 551 

Ruffner, Robert S 297 

Ruh. Richard 315 

Ruhl, Joseph D 

Ruueepong, Duangsmorn 

Rule. Marjone B 

Rulon, Kathryn 218 

Rumpke. Chrystal V 518 

Runyon. David H 298 

Runyon, Randall H 

Runyon, Woodrow W Jr 

Rupe, Daniel L 551 

Rusch, William M Jr 

Rush, Betty A 

Rush, Margaret P 518 

Rush, Ted K. 491 

Rushbrook, Leland H 

Rusher, Phillip T. 

Russell. Bill R 

Russell. Cheryl A 431 

Russell. Cynthia A 217 

Russell, David L 

Russell, Harold R 

Russell, Jerald W 

Russell, Joe D 

Russell, Linda M 

Russell. Pamela K 551 

Russell. Pamela R. 551 

Russell. Patricia K 431 

Russell. Robert L 

Russell. Virginia M 518 

Russell, William R Jr 

Rust, Jeffrey L 

Rusterholz. Joyce £. 388, 551 

Rusterholz, Shirley I- 431 

Ruth. Vicki L 551 

Ruth, William D 

Ruthertord, Kenneth 

Ryan, David D 

Ryan. Jaclyn K 

Ryan, Ronald D 

Sabad. Dan A 315. 551 

Sabie, Bemta S 364. 551 

Sackett. June A 

Sadler, Amy J 288. 518 

Salamone, Deborah J 

Sale. Janet L. 

Salera. Robert T 298. 551 

Salisbury. John A 491 

Sallee. Karen J 491 

Sallee, William J 319 

Salvicci, Kathy Gay 431 

Salvucci, Kathy S 

Salvucci, Samuel D. 

Salyers. John W 371 

Salyers. Zack D Jr 346. 491 

Samad. Jack L 

Sammis, Stuart K 

Sammons. Glenna F. 

Samons. Randy D 551 

Samples. Edgar B 

Samples. William L 551 

Sampson, Elmer E 

Sampson, Stuart H. 

Sampson, William F Jr 244. 551 

Sams. Ethel 371 

Sams, Linda G 518 

Samuels, William C 551 

Sandage. Harry D 



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Along with spring comes a time for seniors to start thinking about graduation and 
ordering class rings. 



Sanders, Barbara J 369, 491 

Sanders, David 

Sanders. Emily M 

Sanders. James E 

Sanders. John M 

Sanders, Kednck E 

Sanders, Michael E 518 

Sanders. Randall P. 

Sanders. Sandrea K 

Sanders. Shirley M 

Sanders, Stanley C Jr 

Sanders, Virginia P 

Sanderson, John C 

Sanderson, Robert M 262 

Sandtord, Robefl M 201 

Sandtord. Stephanie 518 

Sandidge. Henry B Jr 

Sandlm, Brenda K. 518 

Sandlm, Del M 

Sandlm, Gloria L 

Sandlm, Grace S 

Sandlm, Linda K W 

Sands, Martha F 350. 491 

Sands, Nancy A. 345, 551 

Sanford. Stephanie L 

Sapp, Jerry R 

Sapp, Judy F. 

Sapp, Thomas K 

Sargent. Harry A 

Sargent. Jacqueline L 431 

Sargent, Sarah A 

Satchell, Robert L 

Sattich, Deborah A 

Sauer, Richard A Jr 

Saunders, Albert A 

Saunders. Deborah K 518 

Saunders, Thomas B 

Saunders. Thomas E 

Saunier. William M 

Savage. Denise D 

Savage, James W 

Savage, Kevin A 

Savage, Larry D 

Savage. Richard M 

Savage. William K 

Sawhill. Lucy J 

Sawyer. William C 194,212,377. 

379. 431 
Saylor, David K. 346. 491 
Saylor. Katy L G 
Saylor, Robert L 
Sayre, Charles R 
Sayre, Edward E 
Scalf, David R 
Scalf, Elijah S 
Scalos. Harry 
Scanlon, Margarette B 
Scanlon. Paul E 491 
Scaringi, Gerard A 254, 303 
Scarnali. Chris J 
Scarpino, Anthony P 
Scavella. Terry L 
Scent. Tina L 287 
Schaad, Bruce B 
Schaad, Kent M 
Schaat, Lauren E 
SCABBARD AND BLADE 215 
Schadler. Charles E 
Schaffer, Karen L 



Schanen. Richard K 
Schanen. Sandy K 
Schauberger, John S 
Schawe, Ralph H 
Scheib. Judy 
Scheidler. Mark A 551 
Scheper. John P. 
Schepman, Mary L 
Schepman, William R 
Scherrer, Daniel R 491 
Schildknecht, Pamela 
Schiller, Lawrence G. 
Schilling, Michael C 298, 491 
Schilling, Peter B 
Schmtzius, John A 
Schlegel, Patrice C 
Schleiler. Mane L 551 
Schleigh, Craig B 251. 431 
Schelem. Roxann 369, 491 
Schlosser. Linda L 431 
Schmees, Georgette M 
Schmermund, Steven C 
Schmidt. Betty J 551 
Schmidt. David M 
Schmidt. Dorothy B 
Schmidt. Elizabeth L 
Schmidt, Lynne M. 218 
Schmidt, Marilyn A 
Schmidt, Mary A 
Schmidt, Ronald L 
Schnabel. Susan J 
Schneider. Bobbie J 518 
Schneider. Georgianna 551 
Schneider, Judith A 324 
Schnell. Russell M 456 
Schnelle, Rose A 
Schock, Debra A 377. 518 
Schoenacker. Irving D 
Schoenleber. Jerry R 
Scholl, Gregory L 
Scholl. Mary L 214. 491 
Schomaker, James B 
Schomaker, Roger G 303, 431 
Schonecker, Thomas E 
Schoolcraft, Ernestin 
Schork. Jane L 292, 431 
Schrock, Susan D 551 
Schroer, Dorothy H 
Schubert, Jean S 293, 518 
Schulkers, Gary E 
Schulte, Terence L 
Schultz, Thomas W 346, 560 
Schulz. Stephen E 456 
Schum. Roberta A 306. 313 
Schumacher, J Daniel 319. 431 
Schumacher, Margaret 431 
Schumaker, Dorothy J 
Schuman, Alice D 
Schumer. Larry R 518 
Schummer, Judy A 293 
Schuster, Guenter A. 
Schwartz, Beverly A 551 
Schwartz, John E 
Schwartz, Mary J 
Schwartz, Pauline 349, 431 
Schweigert, Susan M 551 
Schwemfurth. Joan D. 
Schweitzer, Randall J 491 
Schweitzer, Ronald L. 491 



Schwendeman, Herbert 

Schwendeman, Joseph R 161 

Schwenke, Carol P 491 

Schwettman, Jeanine C 431 

Schwierjohann, Babett 

Schwing, Diane M 518 

Schwmg. Kenneth W 431 

Sciubba. Arthur J 551 

Scopa, Catherine M 

Scopa, Joseph A Jr 

Scorsone. Fracesco G 160 

Scorsone, Mana 166 

Scott, Barbara J 

Scott. Betty Jo 343. 518 

Scott. Charles W 

Scott, Claude G 

Scott, Connie L 

Scott. Daniel R 

Scott. Donna F 

Scott. Dorothy C 

Scott, Eddie D 

Scott. Elizabeth J 

Scott. Ernest H. 

Scott, Frances L 

Scott. Fred W 552 

Scott. George W 431 

Scott, James S Jr 431 

Scott. Janet K 552 

Scott. Jimmy B 

Scott, Joyce L 

Scott, Leslie E 552 

Scott, Mary L 195. 267. 431 

Scott. Phyllis G D 431 

Scott. Sara J R 

Scott, Stephen W 

Scott, Steven G 518 

Scott, Steven T 518 

Scott, Susan L 518 

Scott, Susan W 

Scott. Terry J 

Scott. Thomas A. 257 

Scott. Thomas L 

Scott, Thomas M 

Scott, Tommy A 

Scott. William D 

Scott. William E 

Scoville. Jams C 

Scnvner. Susan K 

SCRUGGS. EARL 64. 600 

Scudder. Wayne V. 431 

Scully. Timothy C 

Scutchfield. Teresa K 

Seabrooks. Georgia A 

Seals. Jean R 

Seaman, Christopher B 

Seaman. Patricia A 491 

Searcy. Hollis L 431 

Searcy, Marsha J 

Searcy, Teresa A 294, 431 

Searle. James E 260, 518 

Sears, Brenda J 

Sears, C Brent 

Sears, Deborah K 552 

Sears, Jackie L. 

Sears. Judy K 287, 456 

Sears, Karen M C 

Sears. Ronald K 

Sears, Sharon 

Sears, Sharon K 



Sears. Susan C 552 
Sears, Terry D 518 
Seay. Betty H 

Sebastian. Darvin E 287.371 
Sebastian, Deborah L 
Sebastian. Mary T. 
Sebree, James E 329. 254 278 

491 
Secchi, Imajean 
Secrest. Dane W 305 
Secnst, Charles R 
Sedgley, Mary E J 
See. John W 
Seesle, Herberl M 
Setcovic, James H 432 
Segar, James O 241 
Seitend, Deborah A 432 
Seller. Mary J 491 
Seip. William H 305 
Seiss, Beth A 
Seiss. Steven R 254 
Seiter, Ronald A 254. 432 
Seithers, Stephen W 210,341,518 
Seitz, Teresa J 491 
Sekura, Carol S 432 
Selby. Brenda F 
Seldm, Deborah 432 
Seldm, Lance C 
Self, Cynthia J 
Sellars, Charles W 
Sellers, Jerri E 327. 491 
Sells. Lenora S 

Sells, Stephen P 319. 342, 432 
Sellsam, Jean C 
Semago. Ronald J 552 
Semones, Elzurah D. 
Senavinin. Somsak N 
Seniours, Valrie J 
SENIOR CITATIONS 194 
Sennmger. Ralph B 551 
Sensabaugh. Lester R 
Sensel. Elizabeth A 432 
Sensel. Lynn 210 
Sensel, Maureen L, 432 
Sergenl. Jennie 8 
Sermersheim. Judy L 
Sermersheim. Philip R 
Serowik, Anthony T 491 
Setser. June G 
Settles, Jeffrey K 306. 432 
Settles. Paul D 
Severance. Danny E 
Sevier, Coy A 468 
Sewell. Charles B III 432 
Sewell, Norma B 432 
Sewell, Sandra L 552 
Sewell. Wilma P 
Sexton, Douglas M 
Sexton. Michael E 363 
Sexton, Thomas L 
Seyle, Cathy M 552 
Shackelford, Janet R 
Shackelford. Patrick 
Shade, David L 
Shadoan. Donald 1 7 1 
Shadoan. Lowell G 
Shater, Carol J 518 
Shafer. Jenny A 343, 518 
Shah, Gmshchandra M 456 
Shah, Urmila N 
Shakib. Simm R 348. 491 
Shanes, Roberl L 364 
Shank, Dan R 316. 491 
Shank, Dorvm M 
Shank. Rhonda L 
Shanks, Eugene Jr 
Shanks. Patricia A 552 
Shannon, Steven R 
Sharer, Jack A 518 
Sharon, Margaret M 552 
Sharon, Timothy K 
Sharp, Dolores J 
Sharp. Freda J 518 
Sharp, Jennie S 518 
Sharp, Keith E 
Sharp. Lincoln V 492 
Sharp. Linda D 492 
Sharp. Llewellyn V 552 
Sharp, Martha A 
Sharp. Peggy A 
Sharp. Richard L 552 
Sharp. Stephen L 
Sharp. Susan A 552 
Sharp. Virgil T 552 
Sharp, William K 560 
Sharpe, C Charlene 
Sharpe. John M 
Shatto. Mary F 518 
Shaw, Connie R D 552 
Shaw, Diane D 
Shaw. Earl 
Shaw. Kevm R 552 
Shaw, Leonard G III 
Shaw. Rollm R 
Shaw, Suzanne L. 
Shaw, Yvonne J 552 
Shay, Cathy L 340. 498, 518 
Shay. Deborah J. 
Shay. Pamela S 552 
Shearer. Deborah A 552 
Shearer. John C 
Shearer, Loretta L 
Shearer, Robert C 
Shearer, Sondra C 
Sheckels. Timothy W 



Sheehan, Lisa A 

Sheetmger. Herbert L. 

Sheets. Deborah Y 492 

Sheets. Kathy E 520 

Shehan, Thomas G Jr 

Sheilley. Joseph W 456 

Sheilley, Lucy E 

Shekell. John J 432 

Shelburne. Alice M 

Shelby, Bennelt 

Shelby. Janet M 

Shelby, Terry L 

Shell. William B 

Shellenberger. Chas R 

Shelley. Ann R 

Shelor. Damon P 

Sheiton, Faith J 

Shelton, John D 

Sheiton, Karen E 219, 287 343 

432 
Sheiton. Regma A 293. 468 
Shellon. Richard L 
Sheiton, Robert D 
Sheiton. Ronald J 3 11 . 456 
Sheiton, Stephen C 
Sheiton. Teresa W 
Sheiton. Theresa D 
Sheiton, Thomas R 
Shepherd, Bonnie E 
Shepherd, Charmame C 
Shepherd. David K 
Shepherd, James L 380, 381, 387 

492 
Shepherd. Jeffrey A 241 , 552 
Shepherd, Larry N 
Shepherd. Oak.e L 289. 492 
Shepherd. Pamela A 21 1. 216, 

369, 520 
Shepherd. Patricia L. 211, 520 
Shepherd. Philip E. 552 
Shepherd. Randy S 
Shepherd. Wanda E 552 
Shepherd, William M 432 
Sherman, Edward L 289. 492 
Sherman. Inman J III 
Sherman, Mihssa A 552 
Sherman, Richard L 
Sherrard, Edward P Jr 520 
Sherrard, Eugene T 
Shernll, Lisle R 
Sherrill, William A 262 
Sherrod, Virginia T 268. 468 
Sherseth, Dianne M 
Shetler, Carole R 
Sheltler. Walter R Jr 456 
Shew, Gilbert S 520 
Shew, James R 
Shew. Kathryn L 520 
Shew. Kathryn R 
Shew. Ralph D 
Shields. Charlotte F 520 
Shields. James R 552 
Shields, Jo A 492 
Shields. Thomas M 
Shimfessel. Gayle A. 
Shindelbower, Dan 1 63 
Shindelbower, Greg R 
Shindelbower, Paul D 
Shinkle, Fred D 552 
Shipman. Joyce E 306, 313. 432 
Shipp, Charlton A 
Shipp, Karen B 
Shipp, Virginia D 552 
Shoat, Bill 
Shoaf. Shirley L 
Shobe, Janet W 
Shock, Edwin D Jr 303 
Shockey. Margaret L 
Shockley, Betty H 
Shockley, Gary A 
Shockley. Karen A 552 
Shockley, Ronald D 
Shoemaker, Phillip W 305 
Shoemaker. Roger Dale 605 
Shonert. Genevieve G 432 
Shores, Henry C Jr 552 
Shores, Jackson G Jr 
Short. Gary 
Short, Larry D 
Short. Manlee H 
Short, Mary R 
Short. Nancy K 
Short, Roger D 
Shotwell, Danny F 552 
Shotwell. Jerry L 492 
Shoup, James R 298, 432 
Shouse, Georganna 
Shouse, John P 
Showalter. Sheila K. 552 
Shrader, Susan J 341,432 
Shrode. James R 520 
Shrout. David L 432 
Shrout, Larry T 
Shrull, Cynthia J 552 
Shuck, James K 
Shufflebarger, Elizab 
Shukla. Kanaiyalal M 348 
Shull. Grayce 
Shull. Janet L B. 
Shumard. Vicki L 
Shunnara. Samier E 492 
Shuntich, Mary E 
Shupe, Edward E 
Shupe, Janet L 
Shye. Carl W 432 



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Sibert, Juanita C 
Sibert. Lowry 
Sickels. David H 492 
Sidebotlom. James M 
Sidebollom. Roben R 432 
Siebel. Linda L C 
Siebel, Robert A 560 
Siereveld. David A 198.213,219, 

344. 432 
Siers. Linda L 
Sievert. Gregory A 552 
Sigman, Harry E 
SIGMA CHI 318 
SIGMA NU 317 
SIGMA TAU DELTA 213 
Siler. Vivian M 
Silk. David B 
Sills. Dennis M 288, 492 
Sills. Larry E 
Silverman, Terrl G 293 
Silvers, Jimmie D 
Silvers, Rebecca J 552 
Simandle, Sandra J 
Simcoe. Pamela L 313.432 
Simkms, William E 520 
Simmermon, Judith M 456 
Simmons, James L Jr 
Simmons. Thomas A 
Simmons, William D 
Simms. Carl E 212, 377. 378, 492 
Simms. Patrick O 552 
Simon, William E 552 
Simpkins, Madonna L 552 
Simpson, Alicia B 552 
Simpson, Celinda L 288 
Simpson. Deborah A 340. 432 
Simpson. Fredrick L 
Simpson. Garnett L Jr 605 
Simpson, Gary 468 
Simpson, James F 214.432 
Simpson. Joseph H 
Simpson, Larry A 
Simpson, Mary E 
Simpson, Mary S J 432 
Simpson, Mona J 289. 343. 368. 

552 
Simpson. Nancey M 432 
Simpson, Patrick N 
Simpson. Randy M 
Simpson, Richard L 
Simpson. Samuel G 
Simpson. Sandra K 
Simpson. Shearly E 432 
Simpson. Susan G 433 
Simpson, Virginia J 
Sims. Brenda D 433 
Sims. Bruce 258, 259 
Sims. Edward S 
Sims, Julia A 518 
Sims. Larry B. 218, 433 
Sims, Linda K 
Sims. Ophelia L 
Sims, Thomas M 
Sims, Tom M 
Sims. Willard L 
Singer. Craig S 432 
Singleton, Charles G 
Singleton, Judith 
Singleton, Michael E 
Sipe. Norman W 
Sipe. Wanita M 456 
Sipple, Charles E 
Sipple, Jane S C 
Sircle, Sieve R 
Sirgmnis. Saundra J 
Sissel. Gary D. 
Sizemore, Brenda J 433 
Sizemore. Calloway 
Sizemore. George R 
Sizemore, Henry A 
Sizemore, Janice S 
Sizemore. Johnnie M 
Sizemore, Lawrence 
Sizemore, Lee B 
Sizemore, Margaret G 
Sizemore, Marquetta 520 
Sizemore, Mary A 
Sizemore. Mary P 433 
Sizemore. Mollie B 
Sizemore. Onzie J 
Sizemore, Patsy A 
Sizemore, Sudie L 560 
Sizemore. Thomas 
Sizemore, Thomas J Jr 
Sizemore, Wmtord G 
Skaggs, Bennie E 
Skaggs, Betty L 
Skaggs. Elizabeth G 
Skaggs. James P 
Skaggs, Kerry D 
Skaggs, Lucille M 
Skaggs. Virginia T 
Skaggs, William F II 
Skarosi, David A 
Skedel, Deborah M 214, 433 
Skeens. Ken H 433 
Skees, Jean M 552 
Skidmore. Adna K 552 
Skidmore, Brenda L 
Skidmore, James M 225. 434 
Skidmore. Kathy S 520 
Skidmore, Martha L 216. 434 
Skidmore, Stephen T 
Skiles, Nancy B 
Skinner. Rebecca R 520 



Skinner. Ricky W 552 

Skinner. Rita M 

Slade, Jimmie D 

Slade. Steven W 287, 492 

Slaughter, Donald L 434 

Slayback. Michael I 

Slaylon. Belinda G 552 

Sloan. Bobby J 

Sloan. John D 

Sloan. Nancy A 267 

Sloas. Calhy R 468 

Slone. Andrew P 

Slone. Andrew P Jr 434 

Slone. John L 492 

Slone. John M 

Slone. Johnnie O 

Slone. Kenneth R 210 

Slone, Ralph 

Slone. Robert W 214, 434 

Slone. Tommy 

Slorp. Elizabeth L 552 

Slusher, Deborah S 219. 288, 520 

Slusher, Floyd K 

Slusher, Herman 

Slusher, Leonard J 

Slusher, Patricia J 

Slusher. Paul D 552 

Slusher, Sharon L 

Small, Elisabeth A 293, 350, 434 

Small, Eric N 

Small. Linda D 520 

Smalley, Charles M 

Smalley, Lynn C 

Smallwood, Barry L 

Smallwood, James C 520 

Smallwood, James H 

Smallwood, Janice 

Smallwood, Kenneth O 552 

Smallwood, Kenny 241 

Smallwood, Kim 457 

Smallwood. Leroy 

Smallwood, Michael S 

Smallwood, Sandra R 552 

Smart. Darle A 

Smiley, Harry M 1 57 

Smith, Angela L 552 

Smith, Arliene 434 

Smith, Arthur A 

Smith, Arthur B 298 

Smith, Barbara K 520 

Smith, Belinda S 

Smith, Bennita J 492 

Smith, Betty C 

Smith, Betty P 

Smith, Billy C 434 

Smith, Bobbie J 

Smith, Brenda C 

Smith. Brenda E 

Smith, Brenda K 520 

Smith, Brian W 553 

Smith, Candice A 

Smith. Carolyn S 

Smith. Carolyn S 

Smith, Charles D 

Smith, Charles R 

Smith, Chester B 

Smith, Coleman C 

Smith, Connie S 

Smith. Constance R 434 

Smith, Cynthia R 362. 434 

Smith, David A 

Smith, David M 

Smith, David S 289 

Smith, David W 

Smith, Deborah C 520 

Smith, Deborah J 520 

Smith. Deborah L 520 

Smith. Debra L 

Smith, Debra S 553 

Smith, Debra T 

Smith. Deirdre K 553 

Smith, Delores G 

Smith. Dennis H 316. 434 

Smith, Diane 

Smith. Dianne R 520 

Smith, Dionne F 

Smith, Donald H 

Smith. Dorothy H 

Smith. Earl 

Smith. Earl P 520 

Smith. Edward K 

Smith, Edward L 

Smith, Elaine 271 

Smith, Ellen S 

Smith, Elmer C 

Smith, Elmer Joe 

Smith, Eura Jr 

Smith, Florence E 

Smith, G Stephen Jr 520 

Smith, Gary L 553 

Smith, George L 

Smith, Georgeann R 

Smith, Clenda J 553 

Smith. Glenna F 553 

Smith, Grace M S 

Smith, Gregory F 

Smith, Guy Stephen 216 

Smith, J B 

Smith. Jackie K 

Smith. Janet Paige 434 

Smith, James D 492 

Smith, James R 

Smith, James R 

Smith, James W 288. 553 

Smith. Jane C 



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Janet P 349 
Jean M 435 
Jennifer L 521 
Jerry W 492 
Jo R 214 
Joan M 
John A 
John M 492 
John N III 435 
John W 
John W 
Joyce A 492 
Judith K 468 
Judy A 521 
Judy A C 
Judy L 
Karen L 521 
Kenneth R 
Larry 31 1 
Leon 

Linda J 553 
Linda S 
Lonnie G 
Margaret S 
Mark J 521 
Mark M 492 
Mary A 553 
Mary B 521 
Mary J 492 
Mary L T 
Michael R 
Pamela 211 
Pamela D 553 
Patricia A 211. 52 
Patricia C 
Patricia L 468 
Penny K 
Phyllis A 
Regenia S 
Rhonda J 51 
Richard H 
Richard J 521 
Richard M 
Robert L 
Robert S 
Rodger E 
Ronal L 
Ron 234. 235 
Roy A 
Sally L 
Samuel Jr 
Sandra L 521 
Sharon M 435 
Steve B 
Sue 375 
Steven L 
Teresa A 98 
Terry L 369 
Terry R 553 
Thaddeus M 457 
Thomas A 435 
Tom R 521 
Troy 
Trudi B 
Urshell 
Venita K 492 



Smith, Veronice D, 

Smith, Vicki A 521 

Smith. Vickie L 521 

Smith, Victor W 222 

Smith, Virginia L 521 

Smith. William C 

Smith. William T 

Smith, Wintred C 

Smither, Barbara C 435 

Smither. John T 

Smithwongse, Isaraphan 457 

Smock. Robin 

Smothers, James D 

Smothers, Joseph R 

Smothers, Linda R 553 

Smyser, Robert K 

Smyth. Myron C 

Snawder, Carol J 553 

SNEA 369 

Sneed. Catherine D 

Snell. Edna 

Snell. Mamie L A 

Snellen. David M 264 

Snider, Jolly B 492 

Snitwong, Isaraphan 

Snitwong, Isaraphan 

Snook. Vickie S 521 

Snowden. Gregory S 

Snowden, Raymond M 

Snowden. Richard III 

Snowden, Tracy A 

Snyder. Don W 

Snyder, George E 214, 346 

Snyder, Kenneth T. 

Soendker, Sandra 

Soister, Patricia J 492 
Sok, David M 
Somettp, Talerngsok 457 
Sommerkamp. David W 
Sondey, Barbara A 350, 552 
Sons, Rosemane 
Sorrels. Marilyn K 435 
Sorrels. Richard K 
Sorter, David M 
Sosbe. Donald G 
Sosby, James E 
Sosby. William P 
Southerlan. James S 
Southerlan, Joclynn 
Souto. Bill 254 
Sowards, Cecelia G 
Sowards, Gary G 
Sowder. David K 
Sowders, Dinah W 
Sowders, Jeannette B 
Sowders. Johnny L 
Sowers. Anne R 
Sowers. Jerry R 
Sowers, Michael S 361 
Spahn, Teresa A 
Spahr, John G 492 
Spain, Rodney K 457 
Spainhoward, Michael 
Spalding, Barbara J 
Spalding, Banjamin E 457 
Spalding, Edward L 



Spalding, Joseph v 492 

Spalding. Paula K D 

Spalding. Samuel L 151. 435 

Spang, Jon C 

Spangler, Paul R 

Spare, Michael A 

Sparer. Richard L 

Sparks. Avis W 

Sparks. Bobbie S 

Sparks, Carl A. 

Sparks. Glenna I 

Sparks, Jerry L. 

Sparks. John H 

Sparks, John M 468 

Sparks. Joseph B 

Sparks. Laura J 

Sparks. Lewis Jr 

Sparks. Marilyn 

Sparks. Nancy L 

Sparks, P Colleen 

Sparks, Rose C 

Sparks, Sandra G 553 

Sparks. Sue A 521 

Sparnon, Jane L 

Sparnon. Raymond L 

Sparrow, Deborah K 287, 492 

Sparrow, Linda R 492 

Sparrow, Sheryl J 

Spatatora. Ronald 

Spaulding, Jo Ann 553 

Spaulding, Thomas M 553 

Speake. Billye D 553 

Speake, Eileen G 

Speakman, Freddie L 

Spearman, Paul A 246, 554 

Spears, David B 

Speck, Jerry A 

Speck. Johnny K 

Speck. Larry N 

Speck, Michael R 298. 493 

Speck, Raymond D, 

Speer, Patricia M 

Spees, Michael E 521 

Spellman, Mark S 

Spence. Susan E 

Spencer, Carolyn N 

Spencer, Dennis H 

Spencer, Donna G 435 

Spencer, Larry C 

Spencer, Nancy L 

Spencer. Richard A 147, 293, 435 

Spencer, Tony E 

Spencer, Wayne A 457 

Spenilla, Montgomery 251, 253, 

321 
Spicer. Victoria J 371 , 521 
Spille, Richard F Jr 
Spillman, Ellen J 
Spillman, Eugene R 
Spillman. Frances K G 
Spillman. Frances M 
Spillman, Mark 297 
Spillman, Morris P 554 
Spillman, Ralph D 
Spinks, George T. 
Spires. Eric E 
Spivey. Denise D 554 




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Spivey, Judith C 

Spivey. Ronald L 

Spradlm, Madonna L 521 

Spradling, Teresa G 468 

Sprague, Robert F 

Spratt, Cynthia M 

Spnggs, Rickie D 322 

Spnngate. Donna C 435 

Spnngate. Emma E 

Spnngate. Jennie C 554 

Spurlock, Brenda J 435 

Spurlock, Julia L 

Spurlock, Karen 

Spurrier. Ronald W 248 

Sntwongse. Isaraphan 348 

Slack, Robert E 

Stacy, Bonnie S 521 

Stacy, James S 

Stacy. Janet E 313. 521 

Stacy. Shirlynn S 

Stafford. Charles M 554 

Stafford, Margie A 

Stagg. Marjone H 

Staggs, Gary L 

Staggs, Gary L 435 

Staggs. Howard A 554 

Stahl, Betty D 554 

Stahl. Cheryl L 554 

Stahl, Janet M 

Stahl, Sandra D 361, 493 

Stahlhut, James M 

Stahlhut, Robert J 248 

Stakelbeck. Holly B 

Stakelbeck, Lisa L 

Stalker. Donna L 

Stallard, Harlen G 

Stallard. John A 

Stallard, Sarah F 

Starlings. Charles C 436 

Stambaugh, Clyde T 

Stambaugh, Vickie L. 267. 269, 554 

Stambush, William F 

Stamm, Vicky S 288, 340. 521 

Stamper. Anna G 

Stamper, Charles D 

Stamper, Mary M 

Standard. Iver R Jr 

Standard, Lynn M F 

Standard, Richard N 

Slander, William E 

Staneck, Michael C 

Stanfield. Virginia K 192. 195. 206. 

210, 219. 266, 436 
Stanford, Luanda 
Stanford. Sandra M 
Stanford, Timothy L 
Stanifer, Michael H 
Stanley, Charlotte L 554 
Stanley. Robert E 436 
Stansberry. Gary G 493 
Stansbury, John N 521 
Stansbury. Kathryn A 554 
Stansbury, Paul S 457 
Stansel. Rick L 234, 238 
Staples, Alan 352 
Staples. Paul R 
Stapleton, David L 346, 436 
Stapleton, Diana L 
Stapleton, Roy S 
Stapleton, William W 244. 248 

347, 493 
Stark. Joseph J 
Stark, Karen L 350, 554 
Stark. William A 
Starnes, Donnie K 
Starnes. Paul W 
Starnes. Sharon R S 
Starr, Karen S 
Staten. David L. 
Stathers, Randall L 
Staton. Stevin R 
Statzer, Glenna F 
Stauffer. Ward F 
Stavitski. Alice J 
Stazetski, Karen J 436 
St Clair. John M 
St Clair. Mark B 
Stearns, Donnie 37 
Steck, David R. 
Steel, Susan L 
Steele, Jackie L 
Steele, Joe B 
Steele. Joyce A 
Steele. Ralph 493 
Steele. Roxiania M 
Steele, Steven M 554 
Steele. Vicki A 554 
Steely, Iva L 
Steely. Paul D 561 
Steer. Robert K 554 
Steger, Nancy J 493 
Steggeman. Kenneth F 321 
Stegner, John M 
Stegner, Merry K 
Steier, Joseph E 
Steilberg, Herman R 436 
Sterner. Howard T 497 
Steiner, Kathy M 
Steiner. William L 
Steininger, Susan J 
Steinmetz, Judith C 350. 554 
Steinmetz. Paul R 
Stengel, Kenneth M 554 
Stephens, Autry L 
Stephens, Barbara A 



Stephens. Edward L 
Stephens, Elizabeth C 
Stephens, Frank C 216. 369 
Stephens. Frieda A 
Stephens, Ginny L 
Stephens, Henry P 
Stephens, James 
Stephens, James R 
Stephens, Kathleen 344. 554 
Stephens, Kathy L 324 
Stephens. Linda S 
Stephens. Mary 335 
Stephens, Patty S 
Stephens, Rebecca E 554 
Stephens, Robert G 
Stephens, Robert H 554 
Stephens, Selma P 
Stephens, Sharon A 21 1 . 224. 

377. 379. 521 
Stephens, Susan A 554 
Stephens, Wendell S 
Stephenson, Anna L 
Stephenson. Charles W 
Stephenson. Greg K 258. 259 
Stephenson, Harry B 
Stephenson, Jane M 
Stephey, Allen W 
Sterblmg. Mark K 
Sterchi, Marsha F 195,210,269. 

327. 436 
Stern, Sam 206, 436 
Sternberg, Josef V 
Stevens, Alexa G 
Stevens, Anita C 
Stevens, Charles E 
Stevens. Jannet M 554 
Stevens. Larna L 554 
Stevens. Mary Rose 
Stevens. Melvin K 436 
Stevens, Nancy A 
Stevens, Roger T 561 
Stevens, Stanley S 
Stevenson. Donald J 493 
Stevenson, Edith C 
Stevenson, Janice 
Stevenson, Wayne F 
Stewart, Ben|ie E 493 
Stewart, Carol A 

Stewart, Cynthia A 287. 344. 493 
Stewart, Debra L 554 
Stewart, Donna K 493 
Stewart, Edward G 
Stewart, Edward G 
Stewart. Ellis 
Stewart. Evelyn G 493 
Stewart, George H Jr 521 
Stewart, Jeanne W 
Stewart, Joyce L N 
Stewart, Karla B 
Stewart. L C Floyd 554 
Stewart, Laurel J 
Stewart, Leland E 436 
Stewart. Lester G 
Stewart, Margaret G 436 
Stewart, Marilyn A 
Stewart. Melinda M 468 
Stewart, Michael L 342, 554 
Stewart. Morns A 
Stewart. Nancy L 
Stewart. Phillip B 355 
Stewart, Samuel M Jr 
Stewart, Vicki B 521 
Slhreshley, Rebekah T 554 
Slice. Stephen A 457 
Stickler. Mary K 521 
Stidham, Billy W 
Stidham. Diana P 436 
Stidham. Joe P 
Stidham, Joyce M 
Stigall. Jacqueline I 457 
Stigall. Joe S 457 
Stiles, James H 
Stiles, Kenneth H 
Stiles, Wanda S 207, 369, 436 
Still. Judy L 
Stillwagon. Thomas J 
Stillwell. Anna B 
Stiltner, Pamela J 
Stine, Paul E 
Stinnett, Gary L 
Stinson, Letha L 
Stith, Paul R 368 
Stivers. Karen D 521 
Stockard, Connie J 
Stocker, Bradtord L 
Stocker, Patricia A 554 
Stoddard, Dave A 241 
Stoddard, Terry W 248. 555 
Stodghill, Allan M 
Stoess. Barry W 306 
Stoess, Stephen F. 
Stofcheck. Gary D 
Stoflregen, Brad L 297. 436 
Stogsdill, Sandra S 
Stokes. Deborah L 
Stokes, Debra B 493 
Stokes, Edward S III 436 
Stokes, Lee D Jr 436 
Stokes, Samuel E 369, 555 
Stollmgs. Jan G 555 
Stollings, Mary L 
Stolt. Rena R 436 
Stone, Charles T 
Stone, David W 436 
Stone, Eunice T 



Stone, Mark K 

Stone, Randall M 

Stone, Robert E 

Stone, Robert 1 49 

Stone, Roger H 

Stone. Ronald W Jr 

Stoner. Greg 303 

Stopper. Carol M 

Storkan, Mary M 

Storm, Donald C 

Storm. Richard D 

Storm, Robert C 

Story, Constance G 

Stotlmann, Nancy A 

Stotts, John W 

Stout. Helen B 

Stout. Richard C 

Stovall. Terry A 214. 436 

Stove, Robert E 555 

Strain, William R 

Straka. Nancy A 

Strange, Cheryl I 521 

Strange. James M 

Strange. Johanna E 

Strange. Mitchell E 

Strange, Ronald L 

Strange, Thaleena F 493 

Straten. Richard D 347 

Stratton. Craig E 468 

Strarton. Daniel P 37. 210. 289. 

521 
Strarton, David C 210, 289, 521 
Strarton. Debra A 210, 555 
Stratton, Henry 128. 129 
Strarton, Joy L 313 
Strarton. Rita K G 
Stratton, Roxie C 210, 436 
Strarton. Ruth G 
Straub. Melvin D 
Straus, Lawrence W 
Street. Reed H 
Street. Robert S 
Strehle. Mary A 555 
Strickland, Edward L 289 
Strickland, Janice L 327. 436 
Stringer, Brenda C 
Stringer, James H 
Stromquist, William 
Strong, Bethel L 
Strong. Elizabeth S 
Strong. Guy 234, 237 
Strong. Joe 

Strong. Karla A 324, 493 
Strong, Marvin E Jr 
Strong, Mina L 
Strong, Phyllis J 

Stroud, Sharon G 294. 331, 436 
Stroup. Terryl A 216. 521 
Strowig, Gary F 
Sturat, L C 264 
Stucker, Riley L 
STUDENT ASSOCIATION 285 
STUDENT COURT 285 
STUDENT SENATE 286 
Studer, Evan A 493 
Stull, Marjone J 
Stull. William A 
Stumbo, Marcella 368. 493 
Stumbo, Ronald K 
Stumbo, Stanley R 
Stumbo. Timothy 
Stump. Diane S 343 
Stump. Sue A 
Sturgill. Deborah A 
Sturgill. Gwendolyn S 
Sturgill. Patty L 521 
Suit. Carolyn A 287, 521 
Suits. James B 

Sukchotrat.Wichianch 348, 457 
Sulfndge, Homer P 
Sullivan. Brian 248 
Sullivan, David K 364, 377. 521 
Sullivan, Faye A 
Sullivan. Gregory S 
Sullivan, John T 
Sullivan, Judelle 436 
Sullivan, Judith L C 349. 436 
Sullivan, Katherme L 
Sullivan, Patricia S 555 
Sullivan, Sist Cather 
Sullivan. Teresa A 
Sullivan. Terry W 320, 555 
Sullivan, Wmfred C 
Summers, Charles R Jr 
Summers. Gwendlyn N 
Summers. Karen L 
Sumner, David A 555 
Sumner, Patricia A 436 
Sumner, Philip L 
Sumner. William E 436 
Sumpter, Jimmy W 521 
Supplee, Jonnie M 436 
Surbeck. James C 346 
Surbeck, Rebecca W 
Surber. Fred G 
Surber, Gregory W 521 
Surplus, Melanie A 
Susong, Danny A 
Sutphin. Joyce L 287 
Sutphin, Rita G 313 
Suttle. Judy D 
Suttle, Ralph E 
Sutton, Cynthia R 555 
Sutton, Elayne K 
Sutton. George M 372 



Sutton. Larry G 
Sutton, Virginia A 
Sutton, Wayne E Jr 
Suwanasuk, Prapapun 
Suwanasuk, Prapussall 
SwaMord. Edward 493 
Swafford. Opha S 
Swaim, Anne 493 
Swam, Barbra L 
Swain, Carolyn D 
Swam, Michael G 
Swank, Nancy D M 
Swanson, Thomas E 360, 436 
Swart. Steven A 
Sweeney. Betty J 288, 437 
Sweeney, Bruce E 
Sweeney, Deryl L 361 
Sweeney. Earl B 
Sweeney. Michael A 
Sweeny. John R 493 
Sweeten. Michael R 
Sweny, Vikki A 
Swift, Diana C 555 
Swiggett, Teresa W 
Swindall. Homer A 
Switzer, John Will 
SwoMord. David L 555 
Swoper. Carta K 195.327,331 

437 
Sword. Clyde S 437 
Swyers, Matthew W 555 
Syck. Robert P 
SYMPHONY ENSEMBLE 354 
Szukis. Thomas D 521 
Tabb, Anne K 
Tabb, Linda S 
Tabelmg. Robert W Jr 
Tabler, Joseph A 
Tabor, Mary V 
Tackett. Beverly K 555 
Tackett, Dawn E 521 
Tackett, Dons P 
Tackett, Edward M 
Tackett. Elaine 343 
Tackett. James B 
Tackett, Jerry 
Tackett, Ralph 
Tackett, Robert F 
Tackett, Stephen K 
Tackett, Teresa S 555 
Tackett, Vicki L 
Tacy. Claudia F 
Tacy. Stephen W 
Tacy. Susan A 214. 437 
Taglauer, Kenneth L 
Taglauer, Susan K 
Talbert, Charles S 
Talbot, Bryan 358 
Talbot, Debra K 
Tallent, Brenda C 
Tallent, Edwin M 437 
Talley, Lavada A 288, 521 
Talley. Vancena R 
Tamme, Eugene F 
Tamme. Gerald W 342, 493 
Tanaka, Sachiko 348 
Tandy, Apryl 555 
Tanner, John C 
Tanner, Linda S 
Tapley, Charles E 
Tapley. Judy D 
Tapp, Parker T 
Tapp, Russell W 287, 380, 381 , 

555 
Tarpley, Miriam R 
Tarter. Howard D 
Tarter. Ronald L 
Tarullo. Jeanne M 211. 521 
Tarvin. Daniel C 
Tassie, Nancy R 288, 493 
Tatchell. Michael R 
Tate. Emma L 
Tate, Janet C 
Tate, Katherme C 
Tate. Kenneth L Jr 
Tate, Sara A B 521 
Tatem, Kim 

Tatman. Tern R 368, 521 
Tatum, Gaynelle D 
Tatum, Thomas M 437 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 320, 338 
Taulbee, Harold D 
Taulbee, Larry R 
Taulbee, Martha E 
Tayloe. Paul D Jr 
Taylor, Alice C 
Taylor, Alma R M 
Taylor, Angela L 555 
Taylor, Arthur N Jr 254 
Taylor, Barbara S 
Taylor, Brenda J 
Taylor, Brian A 555 
Taylor. Carolyn F 
Taylor, Claudia 
Taylor, David A 
Taylor. David P 321, 555 
Taylor, Diana J 555 
Taylor, Diana R B 521 
Taylor. Dianne 555 
Taylor, Donald 
Taylor, Edward J 
Taylor. Gary C 496 
Taylor. George P 315. 555 
Taylor. George R 
Taylor. Glenda E G 



Taylor, Gregg A 
Taylor. Harold F 
Taylor. James L 555 

Taylor. Janet K 

Taylor. Jerry D 342. 521 

Taylor. Joann S 

Taylor. John D 521 

Taylor, Judy M 

Taylor. Karen L 

Taylor, Karen S 521 

Taylor. Katherme E 

Taylor, Katherme R 521 

Taylor, Keith A 

Talor. Kenneth 135 

Taylor. Lee E Jr 

Taylor, Letha H 

Taylor, Linda L 

Taylor, Mary S 

Taylor, Morris 364 

Taylor. Patricia A 

Taylor, Peggy L 

Taylor. Ricky A 

Taylor. Robert E 

Taylor, Robert S 

Taylor. Teresa A 521 

Taylor, Terry C 437 

Taylor. Thermon W 

Taylor. Thomas C 459 

Tazel, Johnnie E 

Teague, Dennis 218 

Teater, William M Jr 

Tedder, James D 346. 437 

Teesdale, Edith S 

Teeter. Wayne S 

Tegge, James D 

Tegt, Donald D 

Temple, Mark T 

Templeman, Michael D 

Templeton. Stephen R 

Tennant, Harold D 

TENNIS. COLONELS 258 

TENNIS, WOMEN'S TEAM 268 

Tenry, Marcia A 

Terhune. Calvin T 

Terrell. Gary B 522 

Ternll. Ray J Jr 

Terry. Harold D 

Terry, Judy 

Terry, Linda W 

Terry. Mala I 

Terry. Mary C 

Terry, Norma J 

Terry. Paul A 

Terry, William R 

Terwilliger, Paula A 555 

Tevis. Steve G 342 

Thacker, Ann T 

Thacker, Barbara A E 

Thacker. Gary D 555 

Thacker. Geneva M 

Thacker, Patricia V 555 

Thacker. Rodney G 459 

Thacker. William R 

Thalman, Jon C 315 

Tharp. Ann L S 

Tharp, John R 

Tharp. Karen G 522 

Thatcher, Cynthia L 

Theiler, David P 493 

Thepjatn, Thavornsak 348. 459 

THETA CHI 304 

Thibodeaux. Gary J 

Thieman, Annette L 324, 522 

Thieman, Dorothy M 

Thienel, Glenn P 

Thieneman, Mary M 

Thoeny, William T 555 

Thoma, John J 437 

Thomas, Betty J 

Thomas, Charles D 

Thomas. Deborah L 555 

Thomas, Earlene P 

Thomas, Earl 352 

Thomas, Eddie 

Thomas, Edward M 

Thomas. Elizabeth A 

Thomas. Frank D 

Thomas, Fred H 

Thomas. Gail 468 

Thomas, Gladys M 

Thomas, Homer D 459 

Thomas, Jack W 

Thomas, James A 522 

Thomas, Joan A 

Thomas. John C 

Thomas, John E 

Thomas. Judy 

Thomas, Judy K 

Thomas, Karen A 493 

Thomas, Knstina M 

Thomas. Martha A 555 

Thomas, Mary M 

Thomas, Michael A 

Thomas, Michael W 

Thomas, Paul J 

Thomas. Paula M 437 

Thomas, Peggy L 

Thomas, Rebecca J 287. 522 

Thomas. Rebecca M 

Thomas, Richard A 

Thomas. Richard C 

Thomas, Rick J 

Thomas. Sammy T 

Thomas. Sandra J 

Thomas, Theresa M 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 599 



Thomas, William J 

Thomas, William K 493 

Thomasson, Brent L 

Thompson, Alfred E 222. 223, 224, 

226 
Thompson, Anthony G 
Thompson. Billy R 437 
Thompson. Billy W 364. 555 
Thompson. Brenda Y. 
Thompson. David C 522 
Thompson, David W 555 
Thompson, David W 
Thompson, Edward D 
Thompson. Elwanda 
Thompson, Fredrick B 
Thompson, Gail 
Thompson, George W 555 
Thompson, Jettrey R. 555 
Thompson. John A 
Thompson, Kathryn L 
Thompson, Lawrence W 346, 493 
Thompson, Margretta 
Thompson, Minda F 369, 555 
Thompson, Nancy C 
Thompson, Nancy J 
Thompson, Pamela K 437 
Thompson, Patricia A 493 
Thompson, Patsy M S 345 
Thompson, Pnscilla J 195.438 
Thompson, Robert G 
Thompson. Robert H 
Thompson. Robert L 306, 493 
Thompson, Robert Lee 
Thompson, Robert W 
Thompson, Sara M 555 
Thompson, Sylvia L 522 
Thompson, Teresa E 
Thompson. Ternsa T 
Thompson. Terry D 216 
Thompson. Thomas G 210. 522 
Thompson, Thomas M 342 
Thompson. Timothy A 555 
Thompson. William H 
Thorn. Deborah J. 555 
Thornberry. Laquita A 

Thornton, Andrew C II 
Thornton, Candace L 
Thornton, Donald A 

Thornton, James W 

Thorpe, Thurman C 

Thurman, Cynthia L 216, 494 

Thurman, Roger K 

Thurman. Steve D 

Thurmond. Lee A 266. 494 

Thurston, Frances A 

Thurston, John W 

Thurston, Mary F 

Thwaites, Randy A 

Tidwell. Charles T 438 

Tighe. Colleen A 

Tillery. Linda 438 

Tillery. Richard H 

Tillett, Margie G 522 

Tillis, Nancy J 364 

Tillman. Michael A 

Tincher. Linda R 288, 369, 522 

Tincher, Ronald L 

Tindoll, Davis D Jr 28, 363, 494 

Tingle, David K 

Tingle, Jackie R 

Tingle, Peggy L 494 

Tingle, Richard L 

Tmgley, William C 

Tmsley, Carol A 555 

Tmsley. Debra A 368, 468 

Tmsley, Karen S 555 

Tmsley, Toral J 

Tipton, Bertie R 

Tipton, David K 

Tipton. Elsie C 

Tipton, James A 

Tipton. James A 438 

Tipton, Michael 494 

Tipton, Ray 

Tipton, Steven W 494 

Tipton. Thomas G 

Tising, James R 

Titus. Frances M 

Tjandra, Daniel K 

Tjandra. John W 348, 522 

Toadvme, Henry E 

Toatley, Pamela M 

Tobey, Hubert E 

Todd, Brenda L 522 

Todd. Gary C 214, 494 

Todd. Holman P 

Todd. Larry P 

Todd, Virginia D 

Toland, John 322 

Toler. Shelby L 555 

Toler. William A 

Tolliver. Susan A 371, 522 

Tomassetti. Velma L 494 

Tomblin, Barbara J 287. 522 

Tomlin, Teresa D 

Tomlinson. Ruth A 

Tomlmson, William R 438 

Tordilla, Mary C 

Torok. Karen E 438 

Torstrick, Michael W 438 

Towner. Daniel C 

Towner, Mary A 494 

Townsend. Calvin M 321, 522 

Townsend. Caroleen 

Townsend. J Bo Pree 555 



Townsend, James H Jr 

Townsend. Lillie M 

Towsey. Milton B 

Tracey, Sue 27 

TRACK. COLONELS 254 

Tracy. Shirley D 

Trammell, Anita L 

Trammell. Roger W 438 

Trass, Phillip A Jr 322 

Travis. Amy D 

Travis, Louis D 

Travis. Rodney K 

Traylor. Rita C 555 

Treadway. Billy T 

Treadway, Claudia M F 

Treadway, Joseph H 

Trees, Ben S 

Trees. Chris Tina 438 

Trent, Lynne C 555 

Tnbbie. Steven B 438 

Trimble, Joan 292 

Trimble, Paul W 

Trimble. Terry N 305. 438 

Trimnell, Timothy A 

Tnplett. Daniel A 522 

Triplett, Franklin D 

Tripp, Nicole H 

Trisler, Helen J 494 

Tntschler, Ann D 

Tntschier, Jane E 

Tnvette, Donald F. 

Trosper, Brenda S. 438 

Trosper, Jacqueline 

Troup, Michael L 494 

Troutman, Deborah A 287. 526. 

555 
Trowell. Bettie M 522 
Truax, Gary T 
Truax, Roger G 556 
Truax, Sandra R K 438 
Truba, Dixie L 522 
Trudell, David M 316 
True, James S 494 
True, Lynn 556 
True. Michael V 
Trulock. Michael L. 438 
Truman, Harry L 494 
Truman. Patricia D 
Trussell. Larry P 
Trusty, Otis 

Trzop, Peter R 215, 297 
Trzop, Phillip W 297 
Tsang, Gerard N 348 
Tsang, York You 348 
Tucker, Dianne Z 
Tucker, Dorothy S 
Tucker. Glendo 
Tucker, Michael M 322 
Tucker, Sharon A 
Tucker, William C 
Tudor, Charles A 
Tudor. Oscar J Jr 371. 494 
Tudor. William T 
Tuell. Lucille D 
Tuggle, Chester M 
Tuggle, Edward R 494 
Tuggle, Ivan D 
Tuggle. James T 287 
Tuggle, Joe E 
Tuggle, Kathryn M 522 
Tularux, Natta 
Tullar, David C 
Tully, Carol A B. 
Tully, Debbie G 384, 438 
Tungate, Loraine A. 292, 315. 494 
Tunnell, Jane E 
Tupman, Doris J S 
Tupman, William R 
Tureman, Tommy M 
Turley, Joe M. 
Turley. Laura M 438 
Turley, Macie S G 
Turley, Thomas B Jr 
Turnblazer, James R 
Turner. Arch 
Turner, Audrey L 
Turner, Barbara S 
Turner, Bernas R 
Turner. Carlis E 438 
Turner, Charlotte F. 
Turner. Cltftord H 438 
Turner, Craig 234 
Turner, Daniel L 438 
Turner, Elizabeth W 
Turner, Frances B 
Turner, Geraldine 
Turner, Glenda L 
Turner. Gloria J 
Turner, Gregory L 
Turner, Harvey A Jr 556 
Turner, James H 
Turner. Kenneth 
Turner, Leona 438 
Turner, Linda S 522 
Turner, Margie P. 
Turner. Mary S 556 
Turner, Michael E 297, 494 
Turner, Orlando M 
Turner. Penny E 556 
Turner, Polly 
Turner, Rebecca M. 
Turner, Rosetta A. 494 
Turner. Roy F 
Turner, Sandra K 522 
Turner, Sharon G 




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before Eastern students in the Coliseum, 



Turner, William C 

Turner. William M 438. 522 

Turner. Willie 

Turning, Thomas G 

Turpin, Ann T, 

Turpin, Anne T 

Turpin, Betty E 

Turpin, James T 438 

Turpin, Kathy J 494 

Turpin, Linda S 556 

Turpin, Mary F 459 

Turpin, Mary L 556 

Turpin, Zelma Y 

Tussey, Ira J 438 

Tussey, Margie H 

Tussey, Michael J 556 

Tussey, Richard L 

Tussey, Shelby L 

Tuttle, Carol A 

Tuttle, Donald W 

Tuttle, Michael A 522 

Tutwiler, Marsha A. 556 

Twitty. Douglas 

Twomey, James M 

Tye, Georgia K 348, 364 

Tye, Sandra L 

Tygrett, Cynthia R 494 

Tyler, Thomas G 

Tyndall, Nancy J 

Tyng, Mary E 

Tyree, John W 

Tyson, Anita G 

Uhlir, Ann 1 83 

Ukpe, Michael U 348. 459 

Ulanday. Joseph M 287, 348. 363, 

556 
Ulmer. Steven D 
Ulsh, Roger M 556 
Underwood. Bobby R 
Underwood, John R 
Underwood, Larry R, 
Underwood. William T. 
UNIVERSITY PHOTOGRAPHERS 

380 
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS 355 
Unseld. Barbara 
Upchurch, Chandra R 
Upchurch. David G. 
Upchurch. Hazel B 
Upchurch. Phillip L 
Upchurch. Wade N 234, 438 
Uphaus, Donna J 556 
Upton, Alan B 306 
Upton. Carlton B. 306 
Upton, James R 305 
Upton, Teresa 
Urban. Sybil H 

Urlage, Constance M, 267, 522 
Uthe, James A 316 
Uttinger, Victor B. 522 
Utz, Deborah S 
Uzzel. Kathi L 494 
Vagedes, Michael J 556 
Valentine, Ronnie R. 
Valentini, Dennis N 556 
VALIANETTES361 
Vallance. Betty S 
Vallance, William A 



Valley, Valon E 

Valley. Vickr L 

Valvano. Robert A 556 

Vanarsdall, David E 

Vanarsdall, Mary E 292. 522 

Vanarsdall. Michael 522 

Vanasatidya, Chidchai 

Vanasin, Maneeratana 348, 459 

Vanasin, Pongsri 348, 459 

Vanbever, Gloria D 210. 349. 438 

Vanbibber, Diana L 522 

Vanbibber, Martin R 

Vanbibber. Sheryl K 468 

Vanblancum. Robert W 

Vance, Brenda 556 

Vance, James M 

Vance. Michael D 289 

Vance. Robert R 522 

Vance. Robert W III 

Vancleave, Marilyn K 369 

Vander Horst, Debra L 377. 495 

Vanderpool, Roxie L C 

Vanderpool, Russell T 556 

Vandeventer, Gary R 

Vandiver, Nina M 

Vandyke, John E 

Vandyke, Thomas M 494 

Vangeenhoven, Bruce 

Vangilder, Carolyn L 369, 556 

Vangilder, Phillip E 

Vanhook, Beniamin N 495 

Vanhook, Linda 219 

Van Hook, Linda G N 218, 438 

Van Hoose. Deborah J 561 

Van Hoose, Eugene 

Van Hoose, Gary K. 495 

Van Horn. Dennis G 

Van Hoy, Billy P 

Vaniglia. Leo M. 

Vanleuven, Michael J 

Vanleuven, Sharon K 

Vanmeter. Barbara G 

Vannarsdall. Lloyd E 522 

Vannatta, Bobby E. 440 

Vanoss, Linda M 459 

Vanover, Elmda K 495 

Vanover. Fontella 

Vanover. Henry C. 

Vanover. James R 440 

Vanover, John D 

Vanover. Niana S 

Vanover, Ronnie W 288, 440 

Vansant. W Mason 

Vansickie, Richard L 

Vanslyke. Don W 440 

Van Winkle, Glen E. 

Van Winkle, Gloria G 

Vanzant, Barbara M 

Vanzant, Judy M 556 

Vanzant, Roger D 440 

Varner, Diana L, 522 

Varney, Gerald T 

Varney. Kathy A. 556 

Varney. Steven D 

Varsakelis, Ignatius 522 

Vaughan. Margaret J 

Vaughan, Mary F 

Vaughn, Carla A. 



Vaughn, Darrell E 

Vaughn, Evelyn Y 

Vaughn. Marcia D 495 

Vaughn, Orleen 440 

Vaughn, Paul R 

Vaughn, Verna O 

Vaughn, Vernon L 

Vaught. Linda S 348 

Vedelli, Jay 303 

Vedelli. Joel 

Vedelli, Marcie S 

Veeder. Frednc L 

Venancio, Belinda F. 459 

Venezia. Jeanne M 

Venneman, Linda S 495 

Venters. Pamela S 

Venters. Teresa A 

Vermillion, Donald E 

Vernon, Donna G 

Vernon, Michael W 

Verst. Jacqueline F 216. 369. 522 

Vertuca. Lohoma 

Verville, Michelle J 

Vespe, Stephen R 260. 556 

Vest, Samuel K 

VETERANS CLUB 

Vetter. Theresa G 556 

Via, Ethel D 

Vibhatakalasa, Daorun 

Vibulayacom, Uthaiwon 348, 459 

Vice, Janna P. 218. 219. 440 

Vice. J Mark 495 

Vice. Patricia L 324, 495 

Vice, Wayne D 

Vickers, David R 

Vickers. Irma F 211. 216, 288, 522 

Vickers. Michael J 440 

Victor, Linda D 440 

Viel. Rosann F, 522 

Villelli, Wayne T 556 

Vincent, Gerald W 

Vincent. Phyllis M 459 

Vincent. Richard D 

Vincent. Rosa L 

Vincent. Sharon K 

Vire. Stephen L 522 

Vires. Anthony R 

Vitatoe, Linda J. 440 

Vittitoe. Goldie M 495 

Vittitoe. Sonya B 

Vittitow, Ricky L 

Vhek, Melissa R 440 

Vogel, Philip H 

Vogelsang, Darla J 293, 331 

Vogelsberg. Carl E 468 

Vogelsberg, Diana C 459 

Vogler, Patricia A 

Voignier, Susan D 287. 343. 522 

Volk, Louis J. Jr 

Volk. Thomas H 495 

VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN'S TEAM 

267 
Vonallmen, Diane R 556 
Vonalmen, Vicki A 
Vonderheide, Richard 556 
Vongruenigen, Eddie 
Vonhandorl, Richard 297. 495 
Vorbeck, Timothy D 



600 INDEX AND DIRECTORY 



Volaw. Gloria Jill 210. 287. 349. 

440 
Waag. Gerald O 
Wachsman. Lewis E 495 
Wachter. Steve J 
Waddle. Diana R 
Wade. David M 440 
Wade. Debra C 556 
Wade. Debra K 313. 440 
Wade, Kenneth B 495 
Wagers. Jean C 
Wagers. Marjone K 
Wagers, Phyllis E 
Wagers, Sarah F H 
Waggener, Connie W 440 
Wagner. Ann C 216. 369 
Wagner. Dennis 
Wagner. Dorothy M 556 
Wagner, Jeremiah H, 
Wagner, Gloria 340 
Wagner, Linda S 556 
Wagner. Pamela A 345. 556 
Wagner. Robert J 440 
Wagner. Stephen G 
Wagner, Timothy S 
Wagner. William C 495 
Wagoner. Emery R 
Wagoner. Kathy J 556 
Wagoner. Vaden W, 371 
Wainnght. Deborah J 495 
Wainscott, Michael R 
Waits. Deborah A 
Waits. Mona L 556 
Wakim, George M 
Walden. Tommie L 
Waldrop, Barry W 260 
Walker, Barbara P 288. 495 
Walker. Carolyn K 556 
Walker, Charles M 
Walker, Charles W 
Walker, Clark D Jr 
Walker, Eric T 
Walker, Ernest R 
Walker, Frieda K 556 
Walker, Harry W 
Walker, James S 
Walker, Jo A J 
Walker, Leslie A 522 
Walker, Lois V 
Walker. Paul L 
Walker, Robert A 
Walker, Stephen G 556 
Wall. George R 
Wall, Julian L 556 
Wall, Linda E 
Wall. Rhonda C 495 
Wallace, Jewell O 
Wallace, Phillip A 
Wallace. Stephen J 260. 261 
Wallace. Thea J 468 
Wallace. Walter S D 
Wallace. William L 1 28 
Wallbaum, Donald F 212. 380. 381 
Wallin, Ann N 556 
Wallm, Fannie Mae R 
Wallin. Julia B 495 
Walp. Nicholas A 522 
Walsh, Lawrence E 
Walsh, Robert T 
Waltenbaugh, Mary A 
Walter. James R 
Walter. Kathy L 
Walters. Arthunne M 
Walters. Daniel D 440 
Walters. Glen J 
Walters, Kenneth W Jr 322 
Walters, Larry E 440 
Walters, Leo W 556 
Walters. Linda K 
Walters, Michele B 211, 522 
Walters. Stephanie A 
Walters. Thomas R 495 
Walters. William M 556 
Walters. Wilma J 
Walton. Jill T 
Waltnp. Billy J 
Wampler, Anthony 
Wan. Helen 
Ward, Carla S 
Ward. Charles F 440 
Ward, Chester Jr 556 
Ward, Dean M 
Ward, Elizabeth K 
Ward, Jesse P 
Ward, Michael K 522 
Ward, Mona L 
Ward, Nancy E 440 
Ward. Nancy J 556 
Ward, Nancy L H 
Ward, Renaye D 
Ward, Robert C 288 
Ward. Stanley M 
Ward. Walter A 
Warden. Thomas A 341 . 440 
Wardlord, Michael L 561 
Ware Patricia R 556 
Ware. Ronald 
Ware, Thomas C 440 
Ware, Thomas R 
Wartield. Doris J 
Wartield, Phillip W 
Warman, Gwenda G 495 
Warman. Rhonda T. 556 
Warner. David R 556 
Warner, Eugene E 



Warner, Gregory S 
Warner. Jackie S 
Warner. Kirk A 522 
Warnock. Fonda R 556 
Warren, Anthony C 
Warren. Beverly J 
Warren, Beverly J 
Warren, Delmer 
Warren, Dennis R 
Warren. Donna J L. 556 
Warren. Elizabeth A 
Warren, Gregory O 306 
Warren, John P 
Warren. Karen B 440 
Warren. Larry W. 522 
Warren. Marianne 
Warren. Ned 1 80 
Warren, Noland D 
Warren. Rose 187 
Warrington, John A Jr 459 
Wartschlager, Kenneth 522 
Wash. Belinda H 468 
Washam. Kenneth M 
Washington, Brenda J 
Washington, Joe I Jr 223.311. 

440 
Washington, Odie 
Wasson, Avalene G 327. 522 
Wasson, Barbara J 
Wasson. Roy D 346 
Watanabe. Karla A 459 
Waterbury, Linda K 522 
Waterhouse. Shirley B 
Waters, Bruce R 
Waters, Connie N 
Wathen, Hazel M 349, 350, 440 
Wathen, Mary P 292. 306 
Wathen. Sheila A 155. 287. 350. 

557 
Watkms. Cathlynn 
Watkins. Cindy L 369. 495 
Watkms, Cynthia J 
Watkins, Dale A 
Watkins, Danny L 
Watkins, Edwin R 
Watkins, Gary R 
Watkins. Gary R 
Watkins. Hazel E 557 
Watkins, James J 

Watkins, Jennifer L 468 

Watkins. Jenny H 

Watkins, John W 440 

Watkins. Judith K C 522 

Watkins. Robert A 234 

Watkins, Thomas F 

Watson, Barbara H 

Watson, Christy K 557 

Watson. Curtis K Jr 

Watson. Daniel E 

Watson. Deborah G 

Watson, Dorcus A 

Watson, Gary S 522 

Watson, Harold G 557 

Watson, Judith P. 440 

Watson, Kenneth D 495 

Watson, Lana J 

Watson. Marilyn K 

Watson. Neil S 254, 440 

Watson. Sylvia L 440 

Watson, William H 

Walters, Rachel D 

Watts. Betty D 

Watts, Deborah A 

Walts. Donald R 

Watts, Forster 

Watts, James D 

Watts, Kathleen 495 

Watts, Patricia A 267 

Watts. Philip E 

Watts, Robert K 

Watts, Terry L 

Waugh. Donna R 440 

Way, Deborah L 

Way, James S II 495 

Way. Jannette M 557 

Wayman, Alice E 

Weartz. Robert A 

Weathers, Doris W 

Weathers, Sarah E 292 

Weaver, Candace J 292. 306. 495 

Weaver. Cheryl A 495 

Weaver. Daniel S 557 

Weaver, Janet S 

Weaver, Peggy M 266, 557 

Webb. Artie A 364 

Webb. Carolyn A 495 

Webb. Charles R 495 

Webb, Christopher J 37. 440 

Webb. Deborah M 561 

Webb. Elisbeth S 

Webb, Harold D 

Webb. Jerry E 

Webb. John D 

Webb. John K 351 , 440 

Webb, Johnny D 

Webb, Linda 

Webb, Monica G 557 

Webb, Nancy P 

Webb, Rita J 468 

Webb, Roy E 440 

Webb, Sharon G 523 

Webb, Swecia R 

Webber. Delbert E 

Webber. Janet L 

Weber, Lawrence C 459 



Weber, Leonard J 

Weber, Michael C 495 

Weber, Ron C 315, 557 

Weber. Steve E 

Weber, Theresa A 

Webster, Cynthia P 440 

Webster, James R 

Webster. Judy L 322 

Webster, Marita F 495 

Webster, Robert C. Ill 

Webster, Sandi W 

Week, Jeannie L 

Weddington, Arnold L 

Weddington, Deborah I 

Weddle. Dewey W 

Weddle, Ronnie W 

Wedig, Herbert F 561 

Weed, Rosiland C B 

Weeks, Marcia L 

Weeks, Margaret J 

Wehr, David 352 

Wehrmeyer. Dennis L 

Weidnck, Mark 341 

Weidnck, Michael J 321. 526. 557 

Weigand. Therese A 495 

Weimer. Roberta L 292. 440 

Weinlurtner. Mary L 293. 523 

Weingartner, Teddy J 260 

Weinties, Sally 288 

Weir. Denise D 

Weisman, Sherry V 495 

Welch, Gayle M 293. 523 

Welch, Joy L 440 

Welch. Maurice 

Welch, Rodney L 

Welch, Treska D 557 

Welch, Wayne A 

Weldon, Gary F 214, 363, 495 

Weldon. Kathy L 459 

Weldy, Patricia I 

Welker, Marsha L 343 

Wellman, Timothy W 

Wells. Betty C 

Wells. Billy 1 39 

Wells, Billy D 251, 252, 253, 495 

Wells. Bobbye A 557 

Wells, Candy L 343, 557 

Wells, Carl Jr 364, 523 

Wells. Daniel W 

Wells. David D 

Wells, Debra K 557 

Wells, Ercel J 523 

Wells, Ernest B 

Wells. Frank A Jr 

Wells, Henry G Jr 

Wells, Huston D 

Wells, James D 

Wells, Jill M 

Wells, John R 

Wells. Karen S 

Wells. Loretta F 369. 557 

Wells, Marsha L 

Wells, Ralph E 

Wells, Renita K 

Wells, Sammie E 

Wells, Sharon K 

Wells, Teresa L 557 

Wells, Terry L. 442 

Wells, Thomas C 

Wells, William D 

Wells, William D 469 

Wells, William P 

Welsh, Sara A 293 

Welsh, Wayne A 

Wenderter, Phyllis A 

Wendling, Patricia A 

Wentz, Daniel L 

Wermuth, Paula M 469 

Wernegreen, Joan R 

Werner, Robert A 

Werner, Tanya L 

Wescott. Annette R 

Wesley, Danny D 

WESLEY FOUNDATION 289 

Wesley. Hilda 

Wesley, Ima J 

Wesley. James P 

Wesley, Jerry M 

Wesley, Patsy S R 

Wessel, Stephen G 346 

West, Bernie L 

West. Donald G 305 

West. Douglas W 442 

West. Harry J 523 

West, Holton O Jr 

West, Ina L 557 

West, Joe 210. 322 

West, John A 557 

West, Larry 

West. Millard P 

West. Robert S 

West, Shirley A 

West. Ted H 

West. Violet F 288. 469 

Westenhoeter. James 1 72 

Wester. Donna R 293 

Westertield, John B 523 

Westerman, Gloria L 269. 442 

Westerman. Paul W 442 

Westlall, Ann C 

Westmeyer. Danita A S 

Westmeyer, David E 

Westmeyer. Stephen B 

Westmoreland. Kathen 557 

Westphal, Barry W 523 



Westnch, Walter N 342. 442 

Wethington. David E 

Wethington, George P 

Weynch, Steven E 315 

Whaley, James M 

Whallen. Janice K 

Wheal, Mapr W 459 

Wheatley, Carolyn 

Wheatley, Joyce E 

Wheatley. Linda D 

Wheatley, Mary K 

Wheatley, Ronald E 

Wheelan. John D 

Wheeler, Brenda D 194.212,219. 

349, 372, 442 
Wheeler. David K 442 
Wheeler, Denise 
Wheeler, Douglas R 442 
Wheeler, James L 298. 523 
Wheeler, Mary L 
Wheeler. Patricia B 362. 557 
Wheeler. Robert A 319, 523 
Wheeler, Sandra C 
Wheeler. Susan L 557 
Whelan. Margaret A 345, 523 
Whicker. Jill S 313. 442 
Whicker, Kenneth P 
Whisman, Karen L B 
Whitacre, Susan L 
Whitaker, Bobby J 
Whitaker, Clittord D 442 
Whitaker, Dean L Jr 561 
Whitaker, James A 
Whitaker, James T Jr 
Whitaker, Janie K 
Whitaker, Joanne N 
Whitaker, Patricia A 523 
Whitaker, Penny J 
Whitaker, Richard J 297. 523 
Whitaker, Rohert T 
Whitaker, Sheree D 442 
Whitaker. Terry L 557 
Whitaker, Thomas R 
Whitaker, William J 442 
Whitcopt, Lynne M 
White, Anthony E 
White. Ardith W 
White. Betly J 
White. Brenda L 459 
White, Charles R 
White. David E 209. 443 
White. David G 557 
White. David L 
White, Douglas D Jr 
White, George A 
White, George T. 
White, Glenn E 
White, Gregory R 
White. G 
White. Hallie 
White. Howard E Jr 
White. Iva S 
White. James E 495 
White, James M 
While, James W 
White, Jeannette 
White, Jettery D 
White, John D 
White, Linda K 287. 523 
White. Martha J 495 
White, Mary B 
White, Mary P 292 
White. Patrick E 
White, Peggy J 557 
White. Rebekah R 557 
White, Ronald F 
White, Sam A 262 
White, Samuel H 551 
White. Sandy L 
White. Stephen G 523 
White. Thomas W 558 
White. Tomi L 
White, Woltred K 
Whitehair. Mark A 523 
Whitehead, Barbara L 495 
Whilehouse, Michael T 
Whitesel. Carolyn S 
Whitis, Cathy 
Whitis. Gary F 
Whitis, Patricia A 
Whitis, Timmy J 
Whitledge, James L 
Whitler. Elmer T. 
Whitler, June M 
Whitley. Beverly K 558 
Whitley. Kimberly A 268 
Whitley, Larry W 
Whitlock, Delbert J 
Whitlock. Gary S 558 
Whitson. David B 
Whitson. William S 443 
Whin. David L 523 
Whinaker, Jenny L 
Whinmgton. Kama J 268, 558 
Whinlesey, Linda D 
Whittlesey. Stanley 260 
Whitworth. Albin C 
Wialeababio. Deroy G 
Wiateababio. Leroy 
Wiard, Mary E 558 
Wibbels. David A 305 
Wick. Robert L 
Wicker. Rocky O 558 
Wickersham, Brenda G 
Wickersham Patricia 



Wicklund. Andra V 443 

Wicklund. Dons K 371, 469 

Widener, William G 

Widup, Kay 523 

Widup, Robert M Sr 443 

Widup, Rose M 

Wiedemer. Leslie A 

Wiedmer. Melody L 558. 576 

Wientjes. Sally 523 

Wiggins, Cynthia L 

Wiggins, Dan L 

Wiggins. Daniel L Jr 

Wiggins. Ernest R 

Wiggins, Evelyn D 

Wiggins, Judy 

Wiggins, Michael G 558 

Wigginton, Carol S. 

Wigginlon, Donald L 346. 443 

Wigginton, Helen J 324. 344, 495 

Wiggs, Byron A 

Wilborn, Susan D 443 

Wilbur. Dale M 

Wilburn. Debra A 268 

Wilburn, Elijah R 

Wilburn, Harold D 

Wilburn, Harriet H 

Wilburn. Louise H 

Wilburn. Mark S 

Wilcher, La Wanda J R 

Wilcher. Nancy C 

Wilcher, Polly L 558 

Wilcher. Ronald L 

Wilcox. David C II 

Wilcoxson, Michael F 

Wilde, Susan L 

Wilder. Anna M 523 

Wilder, Gary W 

Wilder, Hazel R 

Wilder. Jim E 

Wilder, Patricia S 369. 523 

Wilder, Vernon O 

Wiles. David A 

Wiley, Beniamin R 

Wiley. Russell F 

Wiltord, Terry L 

Wilhelm, Bruce W 443 

Wilhelm. Gatha B 561 

Wilhite, Shernll L 

Wilhott. Johnny W 

Wilhoite, James D 

Wilkerson, Joe A 523 

Wilkerson. Monty D 523 

Wilkerson, William C 

Wilkins, Lizabeth L 207, 292, 369, 

443 
Wilkins, Suzanne 
Wilkinson, Linda M 
Will, Louis A 375, 558 
Willard. Raymond D Jr 459 
Wille, Bruce E 
Willhoit, Paula J 
William, Mary V 
Williams, Annie T 
Williams. Bertha E 
Williams, Bill B 
Williams, Bobby T 
Williams, Brenda L 
Williams. Brenda Sue 443 
Williams, Byron B 
Williams, Carol D 523 
Williams. Carol F 
Williams. Carol G 
Williams. Charlene M 
Williams, Charles 
Williams, Coleen Elaine 443 
Williams, Darlene D 
Williams, David J 
Williams, David L 
Williams. David W 
Williams, Donald L 251, 347. 443 
Williams, Dorothea W 
Williams, Doyle 
Williams, Eilene M 558 
Williams, Elizabeth R 
Williams, Freddie D 
Williams, Gary L 347. 495 
Williams, Gary W 251 
Williams. Helen L B 
Williams. James R 
Williams. Janie A 
Williams. Jean G 
Williams, Jenrey L 
Williams. John C 558 
Williams. John 103. 166 
Williams. Judith L 211. 523 
Williams. Karen E 524 
Williams. Kenneth L 278. 495 
Williams, Kenneth R 
Williams. Larry H 
Williams. Larry T 210. 524 
Williams, Lillian T 524 
Williams, Lois F 
Williams, Loren M 
Williams. Louis C 558 
Williams. Madeline O 
Williams. Mark H 192,204,443 
Williams, Michael G 
Williams, Phyllis B 
Williams, Ralph C Jr 
Williams. Randall H 443 
Williams. Ray L 
Williams. Richard T 
Williams. Rita G 523 
Williams, Robert L 443 
Williams, Robert L Jr 



INDEX AND DIRECTORY 601 



Williams, Robert M 

Williams. Robert N 495 

Williams. Roger L 495 

Williams. Ronald G 

Williams, Ronald L 

Williams, Ronnie 

Williams, Sandra A 524 

Williams. Scotl S 

Williams, Sleven C 

Williams, Ted J 171. 251. 443 

Williams, Theresa L 

Williams, Timothy J 

Williams, Tonda C 558 

Williams. Vicki J 

Williams. Virginia L 

Williams. William J 

Williamson. Glenn L 

Williamson, James M 

Williamson, James S 558 

Williamson, John L 524 

Williamson, Julia F 

Williamson. Lisa 

Williamson, Lonnie E 

Williamson. Stuart 315, 558 

Willian, Billy J 443 

Willian. Susan S 443 

Willien. Sara L 495 

Willmgham. Charles C 

Willis. Benjamin C 

Willis, Billy J 

Willis. Bobby G 

Willis, Joy E 524 

Willis, Lyle L Jr 

Willis, Macy 305 

Willis, Peggy J 292, 558 

Wills, Clyde L 

Wills, Harry P 495 

Wills, llene B 

Wills. John S 

Wilmholf. Michael A 

Wilmore. Barbara A 216 

Wilsey, M Clarice 

Wilson. Barbara A. 524 

Wilson, Betty S 

Wilson, Catherine S 495 

Wilson, Dan R 558 

Wilson. Deborah A 

Wilson. Donald A 

Wilson, Dons E 

Wilson. Douglas C 241 

Wilson, Edward J 558 

Wilson. Elaine N 

Wilson, Estelle 

Wilson, Gerald K 

Wilson, Isaiah Jr 

Wilson, James E 

Wilson, Jimmy 

Wilson. Judith A 443 

Wilson. Judith D 343 

Wilson. Karen S 443 

Wilson. Kathryn L 

Wilson. Lewis 443 

Wilson. Lu A, 524 

Wilson. Marsha K 

Wilson, Marvin E 

Wilson, Mary A 524 

Wilson, Maurice A 

Wilson, Patricia 

Wilson. Patrick C 524 

Wilson, Peggy J W 

Wilson, Rebecca J 443 

Wilson, Rebecca R 292, 558 

Wilson. Rosana H 443 

Wilson, Sam 

Wilson, Sharon L 

Wilson, Sister Mary A 

Wilson, Steven L 

Wilson. Sue C 

Wilson, Teresa D 534 

Wilson. Terry A. 443 

Wilson, Terry S 459 

Wilson, Vanessa D 

Wilson, Waldon C 

Wilson, Wayne T 225, 347, 443 

Wilson, William P 



Wilson, William R 

Wilson, William S 496 

Wilson, William S 

Wimsatt. Patricia J 524 

Winbun, Eugene W Jr 443 

Winburn, Daniel 

Winburn, Margaret A 

Winchester, Nell L 

Winchester, Vicki K 

Winchester, Zelma 

Wintree, Sherry L 

Wingert, Ann E 

Wingo, Elaine W 

Winkler, Jackee J 

Winkler, Ricky A 

Winkler. Robert G 

Winnecke, John E 

Winnecke. Marilyn C 

Winner, Cathy L 443 

Wmsell, Gregory J 

Wmsett. Donald T. 

Winstead. Florence H 

Winzig, Mary C 

Wireman. Glenda 

Wirtz, Donn A 

Wirtz. Eric W 319. 524 

Wirtz. Rick 251 

Wise. Brenda F 288. 443 

Wise. Debra L 368. 496 

Wise. Gen S 266. 524 

Wise. Joe Ml 

Wise. Kennelh C 

Wiseman, David K 

Wist, Gloria A 

Withers, Darrell H 

Withrow. Donna M 

Witt, Arnold R 316. 444 

Witt. Brian S 

Witt. Ethel J 

Witt. Haran E 444 

Win, James D 444 

Witt. Jane E 524 

Witt, John E 

Witt, Kathy E 524 

Witt, Larry R 

Witt, Lois J 524 

Wirt. Malcomb M 444 

Witt, Mary J 

Witt, Ophelia R 

Witt. Sarah A 

Witt. Sondra C 

Witten, Joseph R 

Woeste, Dennis C 

Woeste, Jeanne M 558 

Woeste, Marcia L 

Wogenstahl, Kathie 

Wolary, Therese M 558 

Wolber, Patricia A 

Woll. Debra J 

Woll, John L 346 

Wolt, Robert L 444 

Woll. Thomas E 

Wolle. Dennis R 279. 444 

Wolle, George W 

Wolfe, Jeanne A 

Wolle, Jellrey A 558 

Wolte. Paula J 558 

Wolle. Ronnie G 

Wolte, Rose A 

Wolte. Vicki K 65. 217. 355 

Woltl, J Blaner 

Wollord. Joy I 524 

Wollord, Michael D 558 

Woltrom. Lyle 352 

Woltzorn, Robert A 444 

Womack, Teresa A 496 

Womack, Suzt 44 

WOMEN'S INTERDORM COUNCIL 

343 
Wong, Tin Jor 444 
Woock. Stephen E 
Wood, Andra L 
Wood. Clara 
Wood, Curtis L 
Wood. Diane S 496 



Wood, Elizabeth T 204 


Wrighl, Paul L 


Wood. James R 


Wright, Paul M 


Wood, John M 260, 558 


Wrighl, Raymon 559 


Wood, Michael G 298. 444 


Wright, Raymond J 


Wood, Michael R 


Wright. Rebecca 496 


Wood. Nan C 


Wright. Rita J 


Wood. Philip A 


Wright. Sandra K 445 


Wood. Ricky W 


Wright, Shern L 


Wood. Stephen D 559 


Wright, Steve J 315. 445 


Wood. Walter D 


Wright, Verne J 


Wood. William D 


Wright, Vickie S 496 


Woodall, Paula K 559 


Wright, Virginia N 


Wooden. Arthur R 496 


Wu Ming, Li T. 


Woodrmg, James L 559 


Wu Ming, Li T 


Woodrum. Martha F. 525 


Wubbenhorst, Jeannett 


Woods. Bobby J 


Wuchner. Jan 


Woods. Frank B 346 


Wuetcher, Denise L 345. 559 


Woods. Gary 


Wullschleger. David W. 559 


Woods, Jane L 


Wunderle, Thomas C 525 


Woods. Lloyd G 


Wurtel. David G 298. 496 


Woods. Maurice E 


Wyan, Martha S 


Woods, Michael E 


Wyatt, Cleveland H 


Woods, Robert E 


Wyatt. Sharon S 445 


Woodson, William H Jr 


Wyatt. Terry G 303 


Woodward, Charles D 


Wyatt, William 218 


Woodward. George G 305 


Wygal. Jan J 


Woodward. June A 561 


Wylie, Timothy R 525 


Woodward. Robert M 561 


Wynkoop. Mary J 219. 349. 445 


Wooldndge. Kathy D 444 


Wynn, Bobby W 


Wooldndge. Sharon K 


Wynn, Willard D 496 


Wooldndge, Steve H 244, 254, 525 


Wynck. Jerry W 


Woolery, Pamela H 


Wysocki, Mark E 


Woollenden, Robin K 322 


Yaden, Diana C 445 


Woolfolk, Deborah R 559 


Yagi, Kiyoko 459 


Woolum, Gary L 559 


Yahle. Nicholas A 559 


Woolum, Kerry L 


Yancey, Joe L 


Woolum, Sherry L 


Yancey. Meredith K 559 


Woolums. Richard T 525 


Yantz. Enoch Jr 


Woosley. Belly J 


Yarberry, Donnda S 


Woosley, Donald R 


Yarger. Larry D 


Woosley. Donnie R 


Yarger. Terry L 


Wooton. Margaret P 


Yater. Sammy J 


Workman, Gail L 


Yales, Alan B 


Workman, Lowell B 525 


Yates, Betty K 496 


Workman. Marianne 559 


Yales. Jackie J. 525 


Worland, Margaret A 444 


Yates. James E 525 


Worley, David L 


Yates. Karen J 98. 468 


Worley, David L 


Yates, Larry W 


Worley, Martha M 


Yates. Phillip A 


Wormsley, Irene J 


Yeager, Garnie A 288. 341 . 445 


Woman. Stephen P 


Yeager, Pamela A 


Worrell, Steven A 


Yeaples, Alberta M 559 


Wornx, Wayne A 


Yeary. Stephen K 445 


Worlen. Albert B 


Yellon, Harold M Jr. 445 


Worlhington, Craig L 


Yenan, Paul E 


Worthington, Gerald W 


Yocum. Sandra K 559 


Worlhington, Mary S 559 


York. Bobbie A 445 


Wozny, Mary A 444 


York. Connie S 


Wren, Alvin Jr 444 


York. Daniel E 559 


WRESTLING 260 


York. David G 


Wright. Charles Jr 


York. Glendon W 


Wright, Cora S 


York, Henry F 


Wright, Danny R 559 


York, James E 


Wright. David W 


York. James S 


Wrighl, Donald 525 


York. Kathie J 496 


Wright. Ellen H 


York. Noble D 


Wrighl. Garry W. 444 


York, Ruth E 559 


Wright, Gary W 


Youell. Gary R 


Wright, James E Jr 444 


Youmans. Robert D 


Wright, Jane E 360. 362. 444 


Younce. John F 


Wright, Janet M 


Young, Anna M 


Wright. Juanita H 


Young, Barbara B 


Wright, Kenneth E 321 


Young. Betty L 


Wright, Kim W 


Young. Bilhe R 


Wright, Lalonee R 


Young, Brenda D 496 


Wright. Larry R 364, 525 


Young, Charlene 525 


Wright, Leitha L 


Young, Charles F 


Wright Lou A. 559 


Young, Claudia T. 


Wright, Marsha L 559 


Young. Conard E 


Wright, Melissa L 559 


Young, Darlene 496 


Wright, Melvin E Jr 


Young, Darrell G 


Wright, Norma A 445 


Young, David J 559 


Wright. Owen W 


Young, David M 


Wright. Pamela V 


Young. David R 316, 339. 496 


Wright. Paul E 


Young. Deborah A 266, 445 



Young, Donald L 445 

Young. Elizabeth A. 

Young, Evelyn R 

Young, Florence B 

Young, Harold W 

Young. Jane R 459 

Young, Jerry L 244 

Young. Javene 266, 269 

Young, Jimmy W 

Young, John A 

Young, John C 256. 445 

Young, John R 

Young, Lynda D 

Young, Mae B 

Young, Matthew P 

Young, Monita G 

Young. Pamela G 368. 496 

Young, Paul N 

Young, Ricky L 

Young, Robbie K 

Young, Robert 1 68 

Young. Ronald F 

Young, Sabra A 

Young, Stephen W 559 

Young. Susan C 322. 525 

Young. Thomas A 

Youngquist. James L 559 

Yuen, Pete 348 

Yuen. War M 

Zaccarelh, Margaret 

Zaccarelh, Robert G. 

Zachem, Millie 215 

Zachry, Leamon B 525 

Zaenglem, Pnscilla 445 

Zaidan. Karen Sr. 559 

Zak. Pamala S 

Zanone. Joy L 525 

Zazopoulos, Andrew A 459 

Zea. Pamela J 

Zeckner, Douglas J 210. 525 

Zegeer, Aileen M 

Zeits, Gregory G 496 

Zeller, Gary A 380 

Zerhusen, Gerald R. 

Zerkle, Terry L 

Ziegler. Timothy E 496 

Ziemann. Roy B 363 

Zieres. Brenda A 445 

Zikos, Susan L 

Zimmer, Thomas E 315 

Zimmerman. Carol L 525 

Zimmerman, David W 210. 303 

Zimmerman, Elaine L. 

Zimmerman, Sharon F. 

Zinner, John L 496 

Zins, Joseph E 

Zion, Dennis C 445 

Zolas. Carolyn 

Zoll. James R 

Zorens. Pamela E 

Zozula, Paul M 

Zryd, John C 

Zuerner, Douglas L 

Zumbiel, John R 525 

Zurtace. Diana J 371, 559 

Zwick, William C 



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In Memoriam 



The measure of life, after all, is not its duration * *■'. ~ 
but its donation. 

Father Peter Marshall 
Chaplain, U.S. Senate 
1947-1949 



604 IN MEMORIAM 







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I. Duszak 
Professarw 
History - 
Decer^bjfl22, 1972 



^Junior 
t'T * ; V Richmond 

November 18, 1972 



Dr. William H. Knapp 
Professor of Psychology 
March 21, 1973 

Mr. Robert S. Larance 
Associate Professor 
of Biology 
January 10, 1973 

James Charles Lewis 
Junior 
Richmond 
September 29, 1 972 

Mr. Thomas F. Main 
Instructor 
of Music 
September 1 , 1 972 

Paula Ann Phillips 
Freshman 
Manchester 
January 19, 1973 

Roger Dain Shoemaker 

Junior 

Florence 

August 17, 1972 

Pamela Leah Simcoe 
Senior 

Shephardsville 
March 16, 1973 

Garnett Lee Simpson, Jr. 
Freshman 
Middletown, Ohio 
October 12, 1972 



IN MEMORIAM 605 




L5S~C1NE 



Editor's Note 



vlarch 9, 1973. The last day' 

After literally thousands of manhours of work, the final copy shipment for the fiftieth Milestone was 
made ... at exactly 5:58 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. It was a very happy time! The deep sigh of 
elief was as refreshing as the unseasonably warm, sunny weather on that, the final day of mid-term 
sxams that signaled a time for many of us to head to the Land of Sunshine for our respites. 

But, after a few moments, nostalgia set in. And how! All I could think about were the kids on the staff 
and all the others who had given so much of themselves to make this, the 1973 Milestone, possible, 
^nd, I finally began to realize the real magnitude of what had been done. 

My thoughts turned to all the experiences of the past 14 months spent in planning and preparation, 
writing and rewriting, and more rewriting, scheduling photographs, preparing layouts and cropping pic- 
ures. And, most important, I remembered all the people whose dedication and cooperation made it all 
possible. 

It was a time to remember the many sleepness nights spent in frantically working toward, and worry- 
ng about, those dreaded deadlines. And, too, the schoolwork that the staff didn't have enough time or 
snergy to prepare for. It was also a time to reflect on the good times the staff had together, in the 
vlilestone office, at Boonesboro, at Christmastime and at other "unofficial" occasions. 

The Milestone is a book about people, about beauty, about sacrifice and about attainment. It suc- 
:eeds only if it meets the expectations of its audience, the student body, and only if it passes the real 
est — the test of time. I think it will and does! 

A book about people, the fiftieth Milestone is a tribute to people . . . beautiful people! 

So many persons contributed to the 1973 Milestone that it would be impossible to thank them all 
ndividually. To those whose painstaking efforts made the book possible goes a very special thanks. 
The staff was comprised of students representing every college within the University. And, perhaps, the 
argest staff ever to stick it out throughout the year did just that. They were real pros when the going 
yvas tough. 

Linda Mittel, my managing editor, was the one person I depended on most. When deadlines grew 
near, I counted on her to complete the job. Section editors were beautiful people doing a beautiful job, 
without exception. Their job was a big one, and they did it well 1 

Another to whom goes a special thanks is Rick "Cyrus" Allen, who doubled as business manager 
and under classes co-editor. The job of keeping track of a budget that to us seemed like the national 
debt was a massive responsibility and he handled it superbly. His was the assignment to direct fund- 
raising projects that permitted us to produce a book that cost nearly ten dollars each to produce for 
the student body which paid only three-fourths that amount for each copy. 

To Larry Bailey, University Photographer, and his troupe of student photographers, Dan Quigg, Jim 
Shepherd, Donald Wallbaum, Russ Tapp and Ken Griffin goes a super thanks, for without their talents 
and dedication, this fiftieth Milestone would have never existed. 

To all our friends at Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Cincinnati, who provided the student por- 
traits and group photographs and who. again, gave us their unquestioned support, warm thanks is 
extended. We appreciate Mr. Len Osborne, Mr. John Mullaney, Mrs. Betty Megerle, Mr. Bob Oft, por- 
trait photographer, and Mr. Steve May, who took most of the group pictures. 

Appreciation is expressed to our printer, Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, especially to 
representative, Mr. Russ Rivard and the plant staff, including Jim Thompson, Jim Council, Jerry Rainey 
and others. 

And, finally, two men to whom I owe a personal and special thanks are Vice President Donald R. 
Feltner, our adviser, and Mr. Doug Whitlock, Director of News and Publications, who worked hand-in- 
hand with the staff throughout the year, including the summer. They were always there to give us 
support, direction, advice, and encouragement. Whatever or whenever the need, they were at our 
sides. 

Bill Sawyer 



MILESTONE 607 



Specifications 



The 1973 MILESTONE was prepared by the 
students of Eastern Kentucky University and 
printed by offset lithography by Taylor Publishing 
Company, Dallas, Texas. 

All 608 pages are printed on 80-pound Taylor 
Dull offset enamel stock. The endsheets are 
Strathmore Rhododendron cover stock. 

The cover is maroon cordoba with blind embo- 
sures, metaligue and a black overtone. 

Body copy for the opening 19 pages is Helve- 
tica, 14 point with 2-point leading; for the 
remainder of the book Helvetica, 12 point with 2- 
point leading is used. Outlines are nine point Hel- 
vetica. Senior listings are 10 point and under- 
classes are nine point. Headlines are 30 point 
Helvetica. 



Divisional page feature pictures are printed in 
posterization of two tones of gold ink with 
black steel engraving overprinted. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures 
both four-color and black-and-white includec 
Nikon (35mm), Leica (35mm), Pentax (35mm; 
Minolta (35mm), Nikkormat (35mm), Rolleiflex (2 
Va x 2-Va), Mamiyaflex (2-Va x 2-Va), Yashicama 
124 (2-Va x 2-Va), Koni-Omega (2-Va x 2-%) am 
Speed Graphic (4 x 5). Lens focal lengths usei 
ranged from wide angle, 21mm, to telephotc 
400mm. Senior and underclass portraits wen 
photographed with a Beatie Portronic Carrier; 
70mm, using dual Speedotron strobe lights, b 
Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Cincinnati. 

Press run was 8,500 copies. 



608 SPECIFICATIONS