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the University. There is a 
lasting quality to all the ele- 
ments of a campus that, col- 
lectively, comprise the social 
memoryof the academic com- 
munity. To borrow lines from 
Wordsworth, the University 
is concerned "Not with the 
mean and vulgar works of 
man, but with high objects, 
with enduring things." 





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The physical campus is a tangible 
token of the permanence of the Uni- 
versity. There is a solidity to mortar, 
brick and stone that speaks of under- 
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Whether an edifice that has graced 
the campus with its classic lines for a 
century, or a modern structure of con- 
temporary design, the buildings of 
Eastern provide the framework within 
which the University perpetuates the 
accumulated knowledge of the ages. 





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It is to this store of learning that the 
Eastern student is drawn in quest of 
goals of lasting worth. From professors, 
from each other, and from the campus 
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This, then, is the real enduring qual- 
ity of the University — the succeeding 
generations of Man who come here to 
learn, leaving this spot of physical and 
intellectual beauty, themselves a part 
of Eastern. 




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There are few earthly things more 

beautiful than a college. 
It is a place where those who hate 

ignorance may strive to know, 
Where those who preserve truth may 

strive to make others see; 
Where seekers and learners alike 

banded together in the search 

of knowledge, 
Will honor thought in all its finer 

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Will welcome thinkers in distress or 

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AKE NO LITTLE PLANS." Robert Richard Martin quoted Chicago 
architect Daniel Burnham November 16. 1960, as he addressed East- 
ern Kentucky State College's Board of Regents and Faculty on the 
eve of his inauguration as Eastern's sixth president. "They have no magic to 
stir men's biood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big 
plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a nohle, logical dia- 
gram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living 
thing, asserting itself with evergrowing insistency. Remember that our sons 
and grandsons are going to do things that would stagger us. Let our watch- 
word be order and our beacon beauty. Think big!" 

The 100-year-history of higher education on the campus of Eastern Ken- 
tucky University is a chronicle of "big thinkers." The men who, in the after- 
math of the Civil War, planted higher education here in the form of Central 
University certainly made no little plans. Neither did the men who kept high- 
er education alive here through Walters Collegiate Institute; nor those who 
fought for the creation of a normal school at Richmond. They did, as the 
quote says, create "a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing in- 
sistency." This is the storv of the fruits of their labors. 



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Eastern's Roots Grow In Civil War's Ashes 



HE HISTORY OF HIGHER EDUCATION on 
c. the Eastern Kentucky University campus has 
its roots deep in the epic of American history. 
The wounds that remained following the American 
Civil War were not always quick to heal. The bitter 
polarization that had gripped the nation could not be 
immediately remedied when the hostilities ended 
and differences continued to split and faciionalize 
families and institutions while the nation tried to 
mend itself. It was one of these schisms that one 
hundred years ago. in 1874. led to the founding of 
Central University and the beginning of higher edu- 
cation on the campus in Richmond that 33 years later 
would house the fledgling Eastern Kentucky State 
Normal School. 

Kentucky had been one of the so-called "border 
states" during the Civil War, with vested interests 
branching both North and South. A slave-holding 
state with enough Union sentiment to prevent seces- 
sion, Kentucky was nonetheless deeply embroiled in 
the war. Both sides in the conflict courted Kentucky 
vigorously, in fact, since Kentucky was not in a "state 
of rebellion slaves in Kentucky and other border 
states were not automatically freed by the Emancipa- 
tion Proclamation. The Commonwealth had powerful 
ties with both North and South. Abraham Lincoln and 
Jefferson Davis were both Kentucky-born, as was 
Davis' vice-president. John Breckinridge. And. there 
was certainly no more outspoken abolitionist than the 
Lion of White Hall, the indomitable Cassius Clay, 
whose home stands now as a state shrine only seven 
miles from the EKU campus. 

It was to be expected that divisions of opinion 
which after the Civil War could bring violent argu- 
ments over whether the struggle was the "war be- 
tween the states" or the "war of the rebellion" would 
lead to splits in social institutions. The Presbyterian 



Church of Kentucky was not exempt from these di- 
visive forces and found itself with two separate sy- 
nods. The church had a college in Kentucky — Centre 
at Danville — and its control rested in the hands of 
the Presbyterians' iVorthern Assembly. 

Many Kentucky Presbyterians found fault with the 
Northern Assembly's four-part resolution for "re- 
construction" of the church. Basically, the resolution 
called for close scrutiny of Southern ministers espe- 
cially in regard to "participation in the rebellion, 
and their views on slavery; and before admission (to 
the ministry), to confess their sin and forsake their 
error, if their action and views did not accord with 
the assembly's testimony." It was this resolution, 
termed "erroneous and heretical" by the Kentucky 
Presbyterians who refused to abide that led to the 
split of the church in the Commonwealth and the for- 
mation of the Southern Synod of Kentucky. 

The older church establishment won control of 
Centre College through the courts and Smith's History 
of Kentucky reports that the new synod set immedi- 
ately to assume independent denominational exis- 
tence. "Chief among these wants," says Smith, "was 
felt the need of an institution of learning." 

This then, is the backdrop against which higher 
education came to Richmond, and to the campus that 
was eventually to serve Eastern Kentucky University; 

A group of Centre College alumni and "friends of 
learning of the Church" meeting in Lexington May 7. 
1872 organized what they called the Alumni Associa- 
tion of Central University and sought the cooperation 
of the Southern Synod in establishing the new school. 
The offer was accepted and a charter was drawn up 
placing the operation of the University in the hands 
of a seven-member Board of Curators and its finances 
under the supervision of five trustees. 

Thus, the seed was planted. 




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ENTRAL UNIVERSITY was incorporated by 
the Commonwealth of Kentucky March 3, 
1873, and in the months ahead the founders of 
Central University, including the Reverend Stuart 
Robinson, Robert L. Breck, Josephy Chambers, Ben- 
nett H. Young and J. V. Logan, set out to secure a cam- 
pus, a faculty and set an opening date for the new 
university. 

Meeting in Richmond December 31, 1873, these 
men, who were members of the first Board of Cura- 
tors of the university, voted to open the University 
September 1, 1874; to proceed with the purchase of 
ground for the campus and to construct, for S30.000, 
a budding to serve the College of Arts, and to visit and 
inspect sites for the campus. The Curators took note at 
that meeting that a paper had been presented by 
"citizens of Madison County relinquishing the con- 
dition of location at Richmond from subscriptions for 
the University, to an amount sufficient to compJete 
the sum of 5150,000 required for the endowment." 
Accepting the paper as an act of good will by the 
Madison Countians. The Curators nevertheless, chose 
to locate the school at Richmond. They were no doubt 
influenced by the fact that the leading contributor to 
the institution was SingJeton P. Walters, an influential 
member of the local gentry, whose initial contribution 
of $17,500 later grew to 525,000. He was also a trustee 
of the University. 

In fact, Walters actually made land available to the 
new university'. Forty acres from the north-west corn- 
er of 249 acres of land he purchased in January, 1874, 
became the Central University campus. Walters kept 
legal possession of the campus tract until 1882 when 
he sold it to Central for $9,325. When Central had 
sought to buy the land from its original owner the 



price had been $12,000. 

Work had already begun on Central University's 
physical plant at the time Walters purchased the 
property for the campus. Brick for the "Main Build- 
ing" were made in a kiln located about sixty yards 
west of where the building stands. 

The Reverend Robinson had been elected as the 
first Chancellor, but resigned in April, 1874, before 
the University opened. In that same month, the Rev- 
erend R. L. Breck was elected Chancellor, at an an- 
nual salary of $2,500. Dr. Breck was a prestigious ad- 
dition to the Chancellor's Office. The son of a U. S. 
Congressman, he was married to a niece of Mary 
Todd Lincoln, the President's wife. 

The Curators established tuition for the new uni- 
versity at 560 per year, and in June, voted to form a 
medical college in Louisville. Central University 
actually began its first term September 22, 1874, and 
on June 17, 1875, the new institution granted the first 
collegiate degree ever awarded in Richmond — the 
Bachelor of Laws — to M. French Tipton. 

Central University was not long in operation before 
notes of financial concern began to creep into the 
minutes of its Board of Curators. On June 14. 1876, the 
Chancellor was directed to once again canvass the 
state for money and in March of 1879 the Curators 
voted to agree on a plan by which only five professors 
could conduct the academic program of the Univer- 
sity. In May of the same year Jonathan W. Pratt re- 
signed as President of the College of Philosophy, Let- 
ters and Science. The Board noted his resignation 
with a flowery letter that hinted he had resigned for 
the good of the institution ... so that his $2,500 annual 
salarv would be saved. 



EVEREND BRECK RESIGNED as Chancellor 
of Central University in March, 1880, and in 
il JuJy, Dr. L. H. Blanton became the second and 
last leader of the still fledgling university. It was 
about this same time that the financial distress of the 
institution became more and more worrisome. The 
minutes of the Board began to deal with finances in 
growing detail. 

Any worry of the administrators, however, was not 
reflected in the yells of the following classes. 

The Class yell of 1896 

-Hi'. Shinoski! All by Fate! 
The Leap-Year Class'. We're up to date'. 
Ho! Whackety! Allegy Nix! 
Eighteen hundred and ninety-six!" 

The Class Yell of 1897 
"Hip!Zu!Rah-Zu! 
Seven from eleven! 
We "re the boys 
Of ninety-seven!" 

The Class Yell of 1898 

"Sehen Sie nicht! 
Der Alligator bate.' 
We're the class 
Of ninety-eight!" 



The Class Yell of 1899 

"Rah! Rah! Rah! 
We're on lime! 
We're the Class 
Of ninety-nine!" 

The Class Yell of 1900 

We've never flunked! 
And never Blundered! 
For we are the Class 
Of Nineteen Hundred!' 



The Central University yearbook, the Cream and 
Crimson, looked back on these days in 1901, Central's 
last year in Richmond, with an optimism toward the 
finances of the institution that the Board minutes 
would indicate as unrealistic. 

The editors wrote, "The severe financial depres- 
sion which the new institution was soon called upon 
to undergo rendered reorganization necessary, and 
Drs. Blanton and Logan were elected to the offices 
vacated by the resignation of Drs. Breck and Pratt. 
Under the new management the University immedi- 
ately entered upon a career of prosperity and suc- 
cess; large sums were added to the endowment, new 
departments were established, and larger numbers of 
students were enrolled. 

















HE FIRST GREAT DEPARTMENT to be add- 
ed to the University was the College of Den- 
tistry at Louisville. This soon became one of 
the largest and most prosperous colieges of the in- 
stitution. 

"In 1897 the College of Law, with Judge William 
Chenault as President, was established. Although 
stiii in its infancy, this school is inferior to none in the 
State, and promises in time to become one of the most 
prosperous of the University's departments. 

"The University also has three branch schools, as 
follows: A Preparatory Department at Richmond, Ky.; 
S. P. Lees Collegiate Institute at Jackson, Ky.; Hardin 
Collegiate Institute at Elizabethtown, Ky. 

"All of these have a large attendance, are doing 
good work, and in every way are a credit to the parent 
institution." 

But, in reality, old Central U. was dying. In fact, in 
1880, soon after Blanton's assumption of office, the 
Curators decided that the only possible way to con- 
tinue scholarships for valedictorians of high school 
classes would be to reduce the salaries of a portion of 
the faculty. 

The school continued to meet financial crisis after 
crisis, mainly by reducing faculty and salaries. Also 
confronted were the academic problems of the day, 
including the teaching of evolution, which it em- 
phasized should be presented only as a theory. The 
implication was that instructors should also point 
out weaknesses in Darwin's arguments. 

Two entries in the Board minutes of 1882 give an in- 
dication that by even that early date the days of Cen- 
tral University were numbered. On January 25, 1882. 
meeting in Frankfort, the Board discussed a letter 
from Dr. Beatty of Centre College asking for a con- 
fidential conference. This was likely a prelude to the 
merger to come nine years later. In March, apparent- 
ly feeling the pinch of a state law levying a tax to 
support the public institution in Lexington, the Cura- 
tors voted to test the constitutionality of the statute. 

Times got even harder. There were more salary re- 
ductions and in 1885 the administration was stream- 
lined by combining the boards of Curators and Trus- 
tees. Financial stresses led the Curators to admit 
women students in the depression year of 1893 to help 
boost the enrollment, but by 1895 the dollar pinch was 
worse, necessitating further salary reductions. 
Throughout the total crisis, the Curators never lost 
sight of their mission to educate. On June 12, 1900, 
with the end only one year away, they passed a reso- 
lution to give "greater prominence and more time . . . 
to the study of the English Bible in the curriculum ..." 











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HE END CAME for Central University April 
5, 1901, when Centre College and Central 
University merged. The campus was to he at 
Danville, but the name was to he the Central Univer- 
sity of Kentucky, a name that endured for seventeen 
years until Centre assumed its original title. During 
those years, Central Kentucky continued to ring with 
the then familiar cheer: 

Chew tobacco 
Eat tobacco 
Drink lager beer 
Central Uni-ver-si-ty 
We're all here.' 

By then, wounds of war had healed sufficiently for 
the Presbyterians and the economy precluded the 
church's supporting two schools. Both Centre and 
Central had come to be controlled by synods affiliat- 
ed with the Presbyterian Church in the United States 
and the charter combining them said that "the best 
interests of both institutions, and of the churches 
which control and sustain them will be conserved and 
promoted by the consolidation of said institutions ..." 

The falling leaves of financial crisis spurred a brief 
winter of discontent as supporters of Central U rea- 
lized that those deep roots which bore their beloved 
institution through so many crises, would never give 
it life again. Richmond's /. B. McCreary, the Governor 
of Kentucky, wrote, "I introduced the bill in the Legis- 
lature which gave Central University her charter; I 
gave money when she was founded; and in the dark 
days of '79, I gave more money to this cause; and to- 



day I am willing to give again in order to keep the 
school in Richmond." Breck, the first chancellor, 
said, "To consolidate with Centre would be a coward- 
ly surrender." But, the second chancellor, Blanton. 
summed up the inevitability of the deed when he 
said, "If we combine with Centre, you will not have 
to change the names on your football suits. You might 
as well try to stop the Kentucky River as to stop this 
movement." And the fanatic rivalry with Centre Col- 
lege in various sports no doubt left Central fans with 
many fond memories. The 1893 state championship 
game with Centre was described by the Louisville 
Courier-Journal as "the greatest football game which 
ever took place in Kentucky in point of interest if not 
in sport ..." The local paper, the Kentucky Register 
published a complete supplement on the game which 
Central won 20-18. 

Central University had built many traditions in its 
comparatively short existence, both in notable aca- 
demic achievement and socially. Early chapters of 
major fraternities had been chartered and the institu- 
tion, like others, refused to live in a vacuum. Inspired 
by the Spanish-American War, the "Cuba Libre" 
Club took the slogan, "Cuba Must be Free," and 
sported the motto: 

Down With Spain, 

Remember the Maine, 

Red, White and Blue 

Look out for old C. U. 
And, only seven years after the first coeds were 
enrolled, the Leap Year Club of 1900 had the motto: 
"A man, A man, My kingdom for a man . . . Any Man!" 



100 Years 25 



and Gets l A Bigger Thing' 



ENTRAL UNIVERSITY did not endure large- 
ly because the conditions which created it no 
longer prevailed. Reconstruction had largely 
run its course by 1901, the country had been through 
another crisis — the Depression of 1893 — and had 
been greatly reunited by what Teddy Roosevelt call- 
ed a "splendid little war. " 

The men who wanted Central University to remain 
in Richmond did not seek to retain it for the reasons 
of religious zeal for which it had been founded. For 
them it was a matter of personal and community 
pride. They were determined that higher education 
wouJd continue in Richmond. The seed that had been 
cast in the community with the founding of Central 
University in turn gave bud to another institution that 
bridged the brief educational gap [1901-1906) be- 
tween Central and Eastern. 

Waiters Collegiate institute, named for the great 
benefactor of the original institution — Singleton P. 
Walters who died in 1885 — offered a classical edu- 
cation to young men in Richmond, including William 
Wallace, a current member of the Eastern Kentucky 
University Board of Regents. The men who founded 
Walters were largely Central graduates, and their 
names include many families still prominent in Madi- 
son County. Later, many of the same men would be 
instrumental in securing Richmond as a location of a 
state normal school. 

Waiters soon gave way to the movement in Ken- 
tucky toward state-supported education. In early 
years of the 20th Century Kentuckv was already rank- 
ing low nationally in terms of public education and its 
teachers, in order to build interest state-wide in ed- 
ucation, pointed out that the Commonwealth was 
painfully below her sister states. 

The Glasgow Times reported "We find that Ken- 
tucky is one of the two states of the Union that does 
not maintain a system of state normal schools . . . that 
there are only three states in the Union that show a 
greater percentage of ignorance among their white 
population . . ." 

The 1906 General Assembly responded to the hue 
and cry for improvement in the state's educational 
system. Governor /. C. W. Beckham pointed out that 
it takes money to run educational institutions and 
cautioned the Assembly to proceed carefully. 

The legislature debated establishing two or three 
normal schools, before deciding that it could only fi- 
nance one, and Bowling Green had the inside track on 
getting it. 

However, the people of Richmond and Madison 
Countv knew the obvious benefits in having a normal 
school in their community. They also knew that those 
roots which had nourished educational excellence at 
Central University and kept alive the hope of higher 
education through Walters Collegiate Institute, could 
once again grow with the "green" of state financing. 
They had a powerful drawing card in the campus 
which had housed Central University and which was 
at the time the home of the collegiate institute. 

Prominent Richmond citizens, including /ere A. 
Sullivan and W. Rodes Shackelford, led a group lob- 
bying for Richmond as the location of a state normal 
school. Sullivan was eventually a member of East- 



ern's first Board of Regents, and both men were grad- 
uates of Central University. 

Finally, the State Legislature was convinced that 
two schools were needed and Eastern became Nor- 
mal School Mo. 1: Western, Normal School No. 2. 

The law, signed March 21, 1906, maintained that 
both schools were to train teachers for the classrooms 
of the Commonwealth and it also established boards 
of regents to govern each of the new institutions. Each 
school was also given S5.000 to equip buildings, im- 
prove grounds etc., and each was to get S20.000 yearly 
for salaries and other expenses. The law also set up 
boundaries for "Normal School District No. 1 and 
No. 2." 

But Governor Beckham insisted that the enabling 
legislation not specify the sites for the new normal 
schools. The act, which had been introduced by Rich- 
ard W. Miller, a Richmond native and Central Uni- 
versity graduate, was so amended and a comission 
was appointed to determine the final locations. With 
Sullivan and Miller influencing the composition and 
with Richmond's Kentucky Register editor Thomas 
H. Pickels, another Central University graduate, 
drumming up local support, it wasn't long — from 
April 12 to May 7. 1906 — before the commission 
made up its collective mind. 

Editor Pickels wrote triumphantly and prophetical- 
ly in his paper: "We'll get ours all right and Danville 
can have Central University, and welcome. For we've 
got a much bigger thing.'" 

The first Regents were appointed May 9, 1906, and 
soon thereafter. Dr. Ruric Nevel Roark was named 
president. 




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Eastern Kentucky 
State Normal School 



RICHMOND 



CALENDAR 19101911 



First Term opens Sept. 5 
Second Term opens Nov. 14 
Third Term opens Jan. 23 - 
Fourth Term opens April 3 
Summer Term opens June 12 



Closes Nov. 12 
Closes Jan. 21 
Closes April I 
Closes June 10 
Closes July 21 



COURSES 
I. Review Course. 

II. Elementary Course (one year) leading 
to State Elementary Certificate. 

III. Intermediate Course (two years) lead- 
ing to State Intermediate Certificate.) 

IV. Advanced Course (three years) leading 
to State Advanced Certificate (Life Cer- 
tificate). 

New and enlarged courses of study for the en- 
suing year. 

Courses in Domestic Science. Manual Training, 
Agriculture. 

Up-to-date Model School, with first-class High 
School— a real College Preparatory School. 

CATALOGUE FREE 

J. G. CRABBE, President 

RICHMOND, 



1 Selects Dr. Roark As 1st President 



R. ROARK WAS A LIKELY CHOICE as East- 
ern's first president. While chairman of the 
normal department at Kentucky State Col- 
lege, now the University of Kentucky, he had worked 
for the establishment of normal schools in Kentucky 
for the preparation of teachers, despite the opposi- 
tion of his president, ]. K. Patterson. At the time he 
was named President of Eastern, he was serving as a 
professor at Clark University. 

Author of numerous articles on education, Dr. 
Roark was a man of prestige and it was a boost to the 
rudimentary normal school when he accepted its 
presidency. Unfortunately, his tenure was brief. He 
died in 1909 at the age of 50. For a time his wife, who 
later served as dean of women, acted as president of 
Eastern untii a full-time successor could be appointed. 

During Dr. Roark 's tenure, he expanded a physical 
plant that originally consisted of an athletic grand- 
stand and three Central University buddings — Old 
Main, the Miller Gymnasium, and Memorial Hall. By 
1909 the home economics house, a home for the 
superintendent of buddings and grounds, Roark Haii, 
Sullivan Hall, and the power plant had been com- 
pleted . . . all at the "staggering" cost of 5168,481.64. 

Erom the beginning, the normal school seedlings, 
Eastern and Western, competed with the more ma- 
ture State College (now the University of Kentucky} 
for funds and, no doubt, students. Leaders of the 
three institutions finally met to talk over their dif- 
ferences and made plans to approach the 1908 legis- 
lature with some show of cooperation. As it turned 
out, the '08 legislature was more generous than the 
1906 group. Appropriated was $200,000 for the State 
College and $150,000 for each normal school. 

The early years of cultivation for the new normal 



school rested in the capable hands of Dr. Roark. He, 
like most of his successors, served in many capacities 
as the October 1907 issue of the Eastern Kentucky 
Review, the student newspaper, advertised for stu- 
dents and had them contact the president if they hap- 
pened to be interested. 

C. H. Gifford, prominent Eastern benefactor and a 
member of the first graduating class in 1909, remem- 
bers Roark as one of the two most influential persons 
in his life. "Despite the cold, poorly furnished and 
undecorated rooms and bare walls," he said, "his 
mere presence brought warmth." 

The 1910 BJuemont, the normal school yearbook, 
records a posthumous tribute to the first president . . . 
"As a Kentuckian, Dr. Roark glorified in Kentucky 
as she has been, he grieved over Kentucky as she is, 
and he gave all the powers of his matured manhood to 
help make Kentuckv what she shall be: and in doing 
so he laid down his life in her service." 

The Review outlined the courses of study available 
and gave instructions on the objectives of each. Six 
courses of study included a Review Course to "satisfy 
the needs of the public school teachers of Kentucky." 
Eastern also offered a State Certificate course and a 
State Diploma Course, the latter being "good for life" 
in Kentucky. 

Three other courses were designed for principals, 
superintendents and librarians. 

Founders of Normal No. 1 showed great foresight in 
their educational objectives as reflected in their "exit 
requirements," as stated in the 1907 Normal School 
catalog: "The proper place at which to safeguard an 
institution's standards of scholarship and efficiency 
is at the exit rather than at the entrance. Acting ac- 
cording to this proposition, the State Normals will 




place their courses of study within the reach of any 
student who can profit by them, and in most cases the 
student will he permitted to show whether he can 
profit by them, by being given an opportunity to do 
the work rather than by being required to submit to 
an 'entrance examination.' Students will find it easy 
to get in. 

"But every study must prove himself or herself to 
the full before being allowed to go out with the certi- 
ficate which the law empowers the State NormaJs to 
confer. There must be evidence at the exit that the 
student has attained the high standards of scholar- 
ship and teaching skill which have been set by the 
Normal Executive CounciJ." 

At the first commencement exercises in 1909, Leslie 
Anderson officially became the first graduate to re- 
ceive a dipioma from Eastern. Eleven members of 
that class took part in the first commencement ex- 
ercises ever held at Eastern. 

The Bluemont records the eccentricities of the stu- 
dents who compiled it, and though not one picture 
shows anyone in the institution smiling, they did not 
seem to lack for a sense of humor. 

The 1910 Bluemont, for example, writes a short 
sketch after each member of the faculty. For John A. 
Sharon, professor of American History and civics, it 
says, "He is fat, rotund, and jolly, full of enthusiasm 
and Sociology." Of J. E. Gilkey, head of commercial 
branches, the editors say, "Not an ordinary minister, 
but an ordinary man. He never says a foolish thing 
nor ever does a wise one." 

For early Normal students, Latin was a pet gripe 
that student publications often treated with candid 
good humor. 



A Senior 

Deep wisdom; hope fled; 

Brain fever. He's dead. 

A Sophomore 

Played ball; nuf said; 

Neck broken. He's dead. 

A Junior 

Fair one; swelled head; 

Heart failure. He's dead. 

A Freshman 

Mile famine; not fed; 

Latin. He's dead. 

Latin 1910 

All the people dead who wrote it. 
All the people dead who spoke it. 
All the people die who learn it. 
Blessed death, they surely earn it. 



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Eastern Gets New Leade 



AMPUS LIFE featured the usual athletic 
teams: "Base Ball", "Football", and "Basket- 
ball", along with the Tennis Club, which had 
as many members as the three "major" sports put 
together! 

Georgetown CoJJege and the State University (UK) 
took ads in the 1910 yearbook while the State Bank 
and Trust Company boasted a surplus of $15,000 while 
asking Normal students to deposit there. 

1910 was also the year in which Eastern received its 
second "official" president, Dr. John Grant Crabbe. 
When he took office he was no stranger to the normal 
school, since he had been serving as chairman of the 
Board of Regents by virtue of his position as State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. In this capacity, 
he had overseen a reorganization of Kentucky edu- 
cation, and as president of Eastern he spent a good 
part of his time in perfecting the organization of the 
still young institution. 

Dr. Crabbe had two real loves, the library and the 
physical plant. Today's modern EKU library bears his 
name in token of his efforts in that area, and Three 
Decades of Progress, Eastern's first recorded history, 
credits him for nearly doubling the appropriation for 
maintenance of the campus. 

It was during Dr. Crabbe 's administration, in 1912, 
that Eastern acquired the last of the original Central 
University buildings. Blanton House, which had 
served as home for the Central University Chancel- 
lor, was purchased and has since served as home for 
Eastern's president. An annex to Sullivan Hall was 
the only major construction during his tenure, which 
ended in 1916 when he left Eastern to become Presi- 
dent at Colorado State Teachers College. 

His successor, Dr. Thomas Jackson Coates, was the 
first in a series of long-term presidents. Since 1916, 
Eastern has had only four presidents, and the institu- 
tion has benefitted from the continuity of leadership 
afforded by their tenures, all of which exceed a 
decade. 

Dr. Coates was a native Kentuckian, and came to 
Eastern from the State Department of Education, 
where he had been serving as a supervisor of rural 
schools. He was no stranger to Richmond, having 
served as superintendent of schools here from 1907 
to 1911, and it was during his tenure that the first 
significant change in Eastern's status was accom- 
plished. 

In 1922, Eastern Kentucky State Normal School and 
Teachers College was created by the State Legislature 
and Eastern began to offer its first four-year degrees. 
Morehead and Murray became two-year normal 
schools at this time. 

Europe was at war when Dr. Coates took the East- 
ern helm and early in his administration Eastern 
saw its enrollment of young men dwindled for the 
first time as America geared for World War I. How- 
ever, with the end of the war came the United States 
drive for a "Return to Normalcy," the "Roaring 
Twenties," and Eastern's four-year status. The result 
was the campus' first "building boom," and during 
the years until 1928, Dr. Coates oversaw the building 
of $250,000 worth of structures. Included were the 
Coates Administration Building, the Cammack Build- 
ing, Burnam Hall, and the original John Grant Crabbe 
Library. 

Later all of these buildings would undergo major 



renovation or reconstruction at costs much greater 
than their original construction costs. For example, 
when the Crabbe Librarv was rebuilt in 1967, the cost 
was $2,586,431.00. 

Dr. Coates' presidency was ended by his death 
March 17, 1928, and his successor was a professor of 
education from George Peabody College for Teach- 
ers, Dr. Herman Lee Donovan. Dr. Donovan assumed 
the presidencv of a budding institution in a booming 
country, and before he left in 1941, he had led East- 
ern through the trying years of the Depression and 
America was on the verge of its second global conflict. 




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r CONSIDERING THE FINANCIAL STRESSES 
of the 1930's, Dr. Donovan led an achieve- 
ment-laden administration. Eastern had be- 
come more complex, and he reformed its academic 
organization into divisions of instruction, a step not 
without problems. The Commonwealth took note of 
Eastern's growing stature and gave the college the 
right to award graduate degrees in 1935, while at the 
same time removing normal school from the title. 
ROTC came to the campus in 1936 and was soon en- 
trenched as a major program. 

Significant additions to the physical plant during 
the Donovan administration included the Hiram 
Brock Auditorium, the Weaver Health Building, Beck- 
ham, McCreary and Miller halls, and the Keen John- 
son Building. 

The campus was in a period of expansion. Brock 
Auditorium became the cultural center of the campus 
and was the site for more than three decades of com- 
mencement exercises. The Weaver Health Building 
fave Eastern a large and modern athletic-academic 
acility that as the home of "Maroon" basketball 
teams would see Eastern win 225 and lose only 51 
games in 31 seasons before it gave way to the larger 
Alumni Coliseum. The Keen Johnson Building, con- 
structed as a WPA project during Franklin Roose- 
velt's drive to revive the economy, soon became the 
social center of the campus and gave Eastern its most 
noted landmark, the clock tower. And, when the Keen 
Johnson Building was dedicated, Dr. Donovan pre- 
dicted that the building program at Eastern was 
completed. 

When Dr. Donovan left Eastern in 1941 to assume 
the presidency of the University of Kentucky, Ameri- 
ca was on the verge of its second global conflict. On 



his death in 1964, Dr. Donovan remembered Eastern 
in his will with the bequest of a fund to be used for 
"the promotion and creation of an atmosphere and 
environment of culture, refinement and gentility to 
encourage the growth of the students into gentle men 
and women whose education may reflect the influ- 
ence of such an atmosphere and environment." 

Dr. William Francis O'Donneii had been president 
of Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College for only 
five months when Japanese bombs fell upon Ameri- 
can ships anchored at Pearl Harbor. This event a 
third of the way around the world plunged America 
headfirst into the war that had been consuming Eu- 
rope, Asia and Africa. The impact of the war would 
become a major force in the development of Eastern, 
extending far beyond the end of Dr. O'Donnell's 19- 
year tenure in 1960. 

Pearl Harbor was, in a sense, the end of a vigil. 
World War II began its march toward America with 
the Italian invasion of Ethiopia, the German invasion 
of Poland, and the Japanese invasion of China. Re- 
tired professor of English W. L. Keene, in his chap- 
ter on "The War Years," in Five Decades of Progress, 
dramatically described an early afternoon in Septem- 
ber, 1938, when students and others gathered before a 
radio in Hiram Brock Auditorium. They listened, 
probably with disbelief and a measure of horror, as 
they heard an Austrian-turned-German mesmerize 
his young Nazi followers with one of his hate-filled 
diatribes at Nuremburg. "As the one o'clock whistle 
sounded for classes," Professor Keene wrote, "a 
young man destined to be a naval pilot in the war to 
come, emerged from the auditorium with the single 
quiet comment, "I have been listening to a crazy man 
in there." 



War Years Have Major Campus Impact 




VIDENCE THAT THE INEVITABILITY of 
[war was recognized on the Eastern campus 
came in September, 1940, when 1.156 stu- 
dents, assembled for the beginning of a new schooJ 
year, heard one of their number state, "This year's 
work wiJi be more important in view of war condi- 
tions and the future bearing of such conditions on all 
students." The war was coming, and in view of Presi- 
dent Roosevelt's principie-based decision that Amer- 
ica would not strike the first blow, Eastern and the 
country waited, buoyed by false hope that it would 
not cross the oceans. These hopes sank with the 
American warships bombed to the bottom of Pearl 
Harbor on a Sunday, December 7, 1941, morning. 

The enrollment curve of the coiiege during the war 
vears, and in the years immediately succeeding, fol- 
lowed a V-shaped dip that Professor Keene likened 
to a "V-for-Victory" sign. From 1,156 in the fall of 
1940, the enrollment in successive vears fell to 981, 
692, and 270. Of the last figure, fewer than one-fifth 
were men. As the war ended, the 1945 enrollment 
climbed to 453 in September, to 582 in January, to 767 
in March. Bv October of 1946, enrollment stood at 
1,095, or at 94 per cent of the 1940 level. Of the 699 
men, 555, or 80 percent, were veterans. 

The GI Bill of Rights was sending thousands of 
men returned from the war to college, and Eastern 
had made arrangements for war-surplus, prefabricat- 
ed housing for veterans. "Veterans ViJiage" became 
fixed as a campus landmark and served as Eastern's 
facilitv for married students until replaced bv Brock- 
ton in the 1960s. 

In retrospect, the campus had not been as empty 
during the war as enrollment figures might indicate. 
For a time the severe drop was abated by the pres- 
ence of 600 trainees of the Women's Auxiliary Train- 
ing Corps and 300 men of the Army Specialized Train- 
ing Program. They left in the spring of 1944, just prior 
to the increase of civilian students. 

For 53 former students and one faculty member 
there would be no return to Eastern. They had given 
the supreme sacrifice in defense of their country. 
Representing all branches of the combat forces, these 
"sons of Eastern" met their fates in Germany, 
France, the Mediterranean, Yugoslavia, the USS Es- 
sex, the Pacific, New Guinea, Burma, and Luzon. 

World War II might have been the single most im- 
portant force in the tenure of Dr. O'Donnell, but dur- 
ing his 19 years here — longest of any Eastern presi- 
dent — the institution began to mature and change. 
In 1948 came a significant change in Eastern's status. 
"Teachers" was dropped from the title and the in- 
stitution became Eastern Kentucky State College and 
began to offer its first non-teaching degrees. 

But, as it still does, the institution remained mind- 
ful of its original purpose of educating qualified 
teachers for Kentucky schools. Dr. O'Donnell had a 
strong background in public education. A native of 
Burnet, Texas, Dr. O'Donnell was a transplanted 
Kentuckian who did his undergraduate work at Tran- 
sylvania College. Before coming to Eastern, he 



grounded himself in Kentucky schools as principal 
and superintendent in Carrollton from 1913-1926 and 
as Superintendent of the Richmond City Schools from 
1926-1941 when he became President of Eastern. 

Honored for his work with Kentucky's educational 
associations, he cherished Eastern for its friendly 
atmosphere and prided himself in the large number 
of students he could call by name. The gracious Mrs. 
O'Donnell was noted for her personal warmth and 
homemade candy which she oestowed on Bianton 
House visitors. "O'Donnell Weather," was, and is, 
given credit for the uncanny string of rainless nights 
that have blessed at least 30 of the last 31 outdoor 
summer commencement exercises. But, perhaps most 
important was the fact that as president. Dr. O'Don- 
nell exercised a rigid frugality in the business of the 
institution during times that doing otherwise would 
have meant institutional disaster. 

When Dr. O'Donnell became the first Eastern pres- 
ident to retire in office he passed to his successor a 
deep-rooted institution that was to face and conquer 
the challenges the "Scintillating Sixties" would issue 
higher education. 







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President Martin Outlines 'Vision of Greatness' 



R. ROBERT R. MARTIN was uniquely pre- 
pared to become Eastern's sixth president. 
He had recently completed a four-year term 
as Superintendent of Public Instruction, an office 
that made him chairman of Eastern's Board of Re- 
gents, as well as chairman of the other regional in- 
stitutions in the state. For the six months immediately 
before coming to Eastern he had served as the State 
Commissioner of Finance, a position to which he was 
appointed by Governor Bert Combs, and it was to him 
that Dr. O'Donnell came to secure many of the re- 
sources the college needed. Good-natured observers 
remarked at the time that Dr. Martin, knowing he 
was coming to Eastern, made efforts to bring every- 
thing with him from Frankfort ''but the gold in the 
Capitol dome." 

The presidential transition came on July 1, 1960, 
and before President Martin outlined his "Vision of 
Greatness" for Eastern in his November 17th inaugu- 
ral address, steps toward the vision had already Be- 
gun. In late summer. President Martin made no secret 
of his "think big" philosophy when he asked Dr. 
O'Donnell and Dr. Donovan, to join him in breaking 
ground for a sprawling new laboratory school plant. 
It would be the first of many million-dollar-plus 
buildings for Eastern during the sixties. The Dono- 
van Building would cost $3,035,694.89, nearly half as 
much as the 1960 physical plant value of $7 million. 
When Dr. Martin walked to the podium of Hiram 
Brock Auditorium to deliver his inaugural address he 
was officially assuming the presidency of Eastern on 
the eve of the most remarkable decade ever to con- 
front public higher education. Eastern Kentucky State 
College was still predominantly a teacher education 
institution. Eighty-two percent of its 899 graduates in 
1960 had received the teaching certificate. The enroll- 
ment had doubled since WWII, but still stood at less 
than 3,000 in the spring of 1960. The faculty numbered 
126, 30 of whom held the earned doctorate, and there 
were 26 academic programs offered by the college. 
There were forces at work that would change all 
this. Education had received tremendous impetus in 
1957 when the Russians launched Sputnik I, and 
America saw education as the tool to close the "mis- 
sile gap" and government funds began to flow into the 
classroom. And, looming ahead in the middle '60's 
was World War II's last great influence on Eastern . . . 
the tremendous influx of college age youth resulting 
from the post-war "baby boom." 

As President Martin outlined the details of his 
"Vision of Greatness" for Eastern he spelled out the 
demands that the college would need to meet in order 
to surmount the coming challenges. Retrospect shows 
him to have been an accurate prophet, as he used 
these words to chart Eastern's future: 

"Even while realizing that Eastern is becoming 
more and more a multi-purpose institution, we must 
not lose sight of or neglect our historic mission of 
training teachers for the schools of America. The 
American dream begins in the classroom. The teach- 
er-training institutions of this nation have a tremen- 
dous responsibility . . . 

"We must continue to develop here an intellectual 
community. This can only he done as we develop a 
faculty that is noted for its scholarship, coming from a 
wide and varied background of training in the great 
institutions of this nation . . . 







"We must give constant attention to see that our 
curriculum is such as to give students the basic con- 
cepts in their fields of knowledge and the special 
techniques needed for the mastery of their field . . . 

"We must inspire and motivate each individual 
student, both through superior teaching and counsel- 
ing ... 

"We must help each student to realize that individ- 
ual liberty and freedom can only come through the 
acceptance of rules of behavior and codes of law . . . 

"We must expand our facilities in order that we 
may take care of, in an adequate way, our reasonable 
portion of the young Kentuckians and the young 
Americans who will knock on these doors for admis- 
sion . . . 

"As we cope with the problem of ever-increasing 
numbers, we must realize that there is no alternative 
to becoming more inventive, creative, and imagina- 
tive in our use of the human and material resources 
which are available . . . 

"We must provide here on this campus a place of 
beaut)' for gracious and stimulating living. Our build- 
ing should directly and indirectly contribute to the 
training of the youth who frequent these halls . . . 

"When we have accomplished these imperatives, 
then we shall have developed on this campus a spirit 
so powerful that it will not let us go. We shall have 
developed for Eastern a 'Vision of Greatness. 

To many, perhaps, this speech made Dr. Martin 
look somewhat visionary himself as he assumed the 
presidency. But, these imperatives became a virtual 
Blueprint for the years that followed, and as the 
1960 s wore on it was obvious that Eastern had under- 
gone dramatic changes. 







The 1960's Bring Campus Building Boom 



MULTI-FACETED THRUST in the develop- 
ment of the institution began in 1960-61. In 
addition to the Donovan Building, Eastern 
put its building program into high gear by starting 
work on Aiumni Coiiseum, Martin HaJi, Brockton, 
the Ault Building and the Gibson Building. It was 
enough to prompt Courier-Journal columnist Joe 
Creason to quip, "Someone ought to put up a sign — 
'Eastern Kentucky State College .... Under Con- 
struction'." 

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was on hand 
to break ground for the Coliseum and deliver the 
spring commencement address. He received the first 
honorary doctorate degree in Eastern's history and 
help usher in a period that would draw the institu- 
tion more and more into the national spotlight. 

Beneath the obvious, outward signs of progress, 
the tremendous building boom and the soaring en- 
rollment, were other changes, just as significant yet 
not as visible. New academic programs were being 
planned and implemented, the faculty was being 
strengthened; in short, Eastern Kentucky State Col- 
lege was maturing. Perhaps the most notable of these 
early new academic programs was the 1965 initiation 
of nursing and the first course in law enforcement 
in early 1966. Both programs would enjoy remarkable 
growth in the years ahead and by the end of the 



decade would be among the firmly entrenched aca- 
demic strengths of Eastern. In fact, the academic 
programs of the college were being expanded so 
rapidly that the system of departments and divisions 
of instruction had to be shelved, in 1964-65, in favor of 
an academic and administrative reorganization that 
divided Eastern into schools. 

The events of those early years of the Martin ad- 
ministration were of such a dramatic nature that even 
a casual observer could not have failed to sense that 
the stage was being set for something truly significant. 
Then came the events of the 1965-66 academic year 
that showed that while Dr. Martin was a good proph- 
et, he was a poor fudge of time. At his first faculty 
meeting in 1960 he drew newspaper headlines with a 
"bold" prediction that Eastern would enroll 6,000 
students by 1970. A year later he made a statement to 
the faculty again, this time in confidence, that "East- 
ern will become a university by 1970." He was right 
on both counts, but half-a-decade off on his target 
year. 

Eastern had enrolled 6,949 students in the fall of 
1965, up from 5,433 the year before, and early in the 
spring semester of 1966, a banner, eight-column head- 
line in the Eastern Progress proclaimed, "Governor 
Breathitt Signs University Bill.'" 




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i Important Call . . . 'University Status Granted' 




T WAS MID-MORNING, February 25, 1966, 
as President Martin sat in his Blanton House 
study awaiting a special telephone call. This 
was to be the most important call he had received 
since assuming the presidency of Eastern. It was to he 
the announcement that the final obstacie had been 
cleared in the fight for university status. It had not 
been a struggle without difficulty. 

The machinery for university status had been set 
in motion a year earlier when Governor Edward T. 
Breathitt established the Governor's Commission of 
Higher Education. The Commission presented the 
Governor a comprehensive report, based largely on 
findings of three out-of-state experts in higher edu- 
cation. The report recommended four things for East- 
ern, and Kentucky's other regional colleges: (1) That 
graduate programs be expanded to include other than 
professional education; (2) That Eastern be desig- 
nated as a state university; (3) That Eastern develop 
appropriate research and service programs for its 
region as rapidly as resources would permit, and (4) 
That Eastern retain and expand a comprehensive 
two-year community college. 

Critics of any move to change the status of higher 
education in Kentucky through elevation of Eastern, 
Western, Morehead and Murray, called the report 



"controversial" and three in-state members of the 
Governor's Commission took direct opposition to the 
report. However, support was fast in coming from the 
General Assembly, representative Ted Osborn of 
Lexington immediately began working with legisla- 
tors from districts in which the four large state col- 
leges were located in drafting a bill to introduce in 
the House of Bepresentatives. Fifty-four signatures 
were obtained as sponsors of the bill, including that 
of Robert L. Leeds, the representative from Rich- 
mond, and a 1948 Eastern graduate. The bill — House 
Bill 238 — was practically a carbon copy of the Com- 
mission Beport and included each of the four major 
recommendations. The original bill, signed by its 
sponsors, today hangs as a proud trophy on the wall 
in the Office of the President. 

Despite the opposition, the hill passed the House 
by a resounding 83-0 vote and went to the Senate 
where more of a struggle was expected. The Senate, 
by a narrow 18 to 17 vote, passed an amendment to 
create a new four-year school at Paducah and then 
passed the amended bill by 32-5. The law would have 
to go back to the House and supporters of Eastern 
were fearful that the legislative session would end 
before the amended act could complete the circuit 
back to the Senate chamber. 



HIS WAS THE situation as President Martin 
sat by his telephone. It rang once and he 
quickly jerked the receiver off the cradle. 
"Congratulations, university president," the voice at 
the other end said. The caller reported that the Sen- 
ate had voted to reconsider the amendment and had 
moved to kill it by a 22-9 vote. The motion to pass the 
original bill then passed by a 29-6 vote. 

"Boh," the caller informed, "the Governor would 
like for the college, I mean, the university presidents 
to be in his office tomorrow morning when he signs 
the bill into law. Can you make it?" 

"You bet I can!" came the reply. 

Shortly, the whistle at the heating plant sounded 
six long blasts. Classes began to change, then as the 
blasts continued, some thought maybe it was an air 
raid signal. Later, everyone knew the whistle was 
signaling February 25, 1966, as a date that would rank 
with September 22, 1874, and March 21, 1906, as the 
three most significant times in Eastern's history. 

As a sidelight, there has been much speculation 
about the six blasts. They could have indicated the 
six dissenting votes in the Senate; or the six decades 




Eastern had been a state institution, or the six presi- 
dents that had led Eastern to such a fine hour. No one 
knows but Dr. Martin, and he only grins when asked 
about the six whistles. 

At the time, President Martin said that granting 
Eastern university status "is only recognizing the 
kind of institution that it is: namely, a large, multi- 
purpose university." Later he said it more simply, 
"It's like calling an orange an orange." 

Governor Breathitt said in signing the bill that it 
was in the state's "best interests" and only ten days 
later the Eastern Board of Regents set July 1, 1966, as 
the day that Eastern Kentucky University would be- 
come the official designation of the institution. 

If Eastern's development to 1966 had been remark- 
able, the years that have followed have been phe- 
nomenal. The 92-year-old campus had a physical 
plant value of $44 million and enrolled the previously 
mentioned 6,949 students when Eastern became a 
university. As the Centennial Year began in the fall 
of 1973 the physical plant value stood in excess of $107 
million dollars and some 12,000 students were taking 
on-campus course work. 




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Academic Development Marks Recent Years 



tj HE LAST EIGHT of higher education's 100 
^ years on the Eastern Kentucky University 
wpRSi campus have, perhaps more than by an other 
singie factor, been dominated by academic develop- 
ment. The proliferation of curricula in the two areas 
specifically authorized by the university status bill — 
graduate study and community coJiege-type pro- 
grams — typified Eastern's readiness to accept the 
responsihifities of a regional university. In 1966 there 
were less than a dozen graduate curricula offered on 
the campus and two-year, Associate of Arts degree 
programs were fust beginning. By 1974 there were 
65 graduate majors and 42 two-year programs. Gradu- 
ate enrollment, which stood at 414 when Eastern be- 
came a university, tripled by 1974, when EKU was al- 
so enrolling some 1,800 students in two-year pro- 
grams. There was a similar increase in the number of 
baccalaureate majors, which have multiplied by 
nearly four-fold since 1960. In aJJ, some 200 degree 
programs were being offered in the spring of 1974. 

Campus construction continued unabated after 
university status, with some $56 million in new con- 
struction during the eight years following. However, 
the growing emphasis on academic programs was re- 
flected in the nature of the buildings constructed 
after Eastern became a university. Of the 17 projects 
completed between 1960 and the time Eastern Ken- 
tucky University became the new name of the institu- 
tion, 11 were housing complexes such as dormitories 
and married student and faculty housing. Of the other 
six, one was a service building, one the Van Peursem 
Pavilion, and the remaining four were academic 
buildings. By contrast, the 19 major new construction 
projects since ]uly 1, 1966, have included nine aca- 
demic buildings. In addition to new construction, the 
University has also renovated every building that 
existed before 1960. 

The first of the academic structures to be com- 
pleted after university status was, in terms of total 
impact on the scholarly community, the most impor- 
tant. The John Grant Crabbe Library had been com- 
pleted in 1923 at a cost of $67,703.40. By the end of 
1960 it was jammed with more than 100,000 books and 
some 422 current periodicals. To meet the demands 
of academic diversification Eastern needed greatly 
expanded library facilities. 

A major reconstruction of the library was begun 
during the 1965-66 academic year and patient students 
and faculty endured a library that was scattered be- 
tween the Bert Combs Building and the Case Hall 
basement during the year-long project. The recon- 
structed library retained the central core and front 
columns of the original library and the project cost 
$2,586,431. The result was a library with a 500,000 
volume capacity that could accommodate some 2,000 
students simultaneously. Thus, Eastern embarked as 
a University with a library facility befitting its new 
status and set out quickly to fill its stacks and ref- 
erence rooms. Today, the library is again near 
capacity in printed volumes and the number of peri- 
odical subscriptions is upwards of 2,300. However, 
the library is also making use of reference sources 
that require less space than the printed word, such as 
microfilm, microfiche, and dial-access material. Spe- 
cial holdings include the Madison County — Eastern 
Kentucky University Law Library in the George Ross 
Room, the Jonathan Wilson Townsend Collection and 



the Jonathan Truman Dorris Museum. 

University status enabled Eastern to expand its 
graduate offering, offer more public service and re- 
search, and to provide community college type pro- 
grams. Already a multi-purpose institution in 1966, 
Eastern Kentucky University responded quickly to 
the mandate of the General Assembly. The two new 
programs begun on the eve of university status — 
nursing and law enforcement — provide dramatic 
evidence in microcosm of the diversification of pro- 
grams and services that swept throughout the campus. 

Both nursing and law enforcement began modestly. 
But they both fit the mold of "unique and needed" 
programs that President Martin said that Eastern as 
a regional university should be committed to provide. 
The fact that they were needed is beyond dispute. 
The University's Department of Nursing has expand- 
ed its programs and offerings until it oecame Ken- 
tucky's leading producer of nurses in 1973. And, nurs- 
ing education led the way for the development of a 
wave of allied health curricula that numbered 23 in 
1974. 

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UT, THERE IS NO OTHER EKU success 
story that quite measures up to that of law 
enforcement. There was no wholesale gov- 
ernment aid to law enforcement education when 
Eastern's first class of 47 in-service police officers 
met on campus in January, 1966. The 1974 academic 
year saw Eastern enroil nearly 2,000 majors in law 
enforcement and earn designation as one of seven 
institutions in a federally sponsored consortium in 
criminal justice education. Meanwhile, a $6.5 million 
Law Enforcement-Traffic Safety Center was growing 
toward completion. The center is a story in itself 

In 1971, with Eastern firmly entrenched as a nation- 
al leader in law enforcement education, a consul- 
tant's report prepared for the Kentucky Crime Com- 
mission recommended a fragmenting of Eastern's 
state-wide role and the establishment of the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky and the University of Louisville as 
"centers" of law enforcement education. This -report, 
called the "Crane Report," came shortly after a new 
state requirement that the Council on Public Higher 
Education approve all major construction projects, 
and this included Eastern's proposed law enforce- 
ment center. 

This challenge to EKU's primacy in Kentucky's law 
enforcement education ledto agroundswell of public 
support for Eastern. Newspaper editorials, police 
organizations, and bar associations rallied to support 
the School of Law Enforcement. But, perhaps the 
most telling indication of where the public stood on 
the issue came in a Lexington Herald-Leader read- 
ers' survey, in which only 1.8 percent of respondents 
favored reducing Eastern's role. 

With this support, the final steps toward guarantee- 
ing the project came rapidl>. On October 4, 1971, the 
Board of Regents gave its final approval to the pro- 
posal for construction of the center. One week later, 
the Council on Public Higher Education gave its un- 



animous sanction to the project, and a week from 
that day Governor Wendell Ford turned the first 
spade of earth at the construction site during an elab- 
orate ceremony. 

Nursing and law enforcement are also prime ex- 
amples of another phase of Eastern's development 
since university status was gained. Both have been 
active in the University's public service projects in- 
cluding the Pikevilie Nursing Project, a model cities 
program, and countless consultative and planning 
projects for law enforcement agencies. Long-existing 
programs, such as the sciences, social science, geog- 
raphy, geology and business, and other new areas 
such as recreation and special education have also 
made significant forward strides in their public ser- 
vice activities during the last eight years. 

The last half of the Sixties also saw an increasing 
emphasis placed upon the "total educational experi- 
ence" within the University Community. Prime evi- 
dence of this came in the 1968-69 academic year when 
the Powell and Stovall reports on student and aca- 
demic affairs resulted in the compilation of a state- 
ment of rights and responsibilities which became, in 
effect, a definitive "student code." Work was also 
begun that year on the Powell Building, the structure 
that would become the heart of the University Center, 
which also includes the Chapel of Meditation and 
long-time campus landmark, the Keen Johnson Build- 
ing. 

The Chapel of Meditation is noteworthy from a 
number of viewpoints. Its concept of providing a non- 
denominational facility for meditation and spiritual 
contemplation in the heart of a bustling, modern uni- 
versity reflects the total educational experience 
philosophy. The building, planned as a Centennial 
Year gift to the University, was also the fruit of the 
first major capital giving program in the history of 
the University Alumni Association. 




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EGUN IN 1968. the Chapel project, funded 
through the Alumni Centurv Fund, had as its 
original goal $200,000. Work on the Chapel, 
however, had to he delayed until heavy construction 
and blasting were finished on the two buildings that 
flank it — the Powell and William L. Wallace build- 
ings. By that time, in mid-1970, the inflationary spiral 
had nearly doubled the amount needed to build the 
Chapel, and the fund drive was revived. As they did 
in 1968, alumni, faculty, students and friends of the 
University responded to Ihe Alumni Association's 
call for contributions and the non-denominational 
structure became a reality. It opened Alumni-Com- 
mencement Weekend in 1972 and in two years of 
service has been the site of hundreds of weddings, 
memorial services and formal student organization 
ceremonies, as well as countiess persona/ counseling 
and meditation sessions. 

In recounting the 1960's, the 1970 Milestone called 
them "soaring, sizzling, and scintillating," and for 
good reason. Certainly no other decade since higher 
education was begun on the campus in 1874 saw as 
much meaningful development in every aspect of in- 
stitutional activity. Enrollment more than tripled, the 
faculty increased in both size and quality' (from 126 
with 23.8 percent with the doctorate to 460, 40 percent 
with the doctorate], and in 1970 new buildings out- 
numbered old ones three-to-one. But. in looking at the 
Sixties, it is easy to recognize that day in February, 
1966, when President Martin received the all-impor- 
tant telephone call from Frankfort, as the hub 
around which that frenetic decade revolved. The 
years leading to 1966 were prologue, all after result. 

The 1970's brought new challenges to public higher 
education. At Eastern Kentucky University the surge 
of the Sixties continued, but at a slightly abated pace. 
Building continued, but almost exclusively for aca- 
demic structures to meet the remaining demands 
made by the sky-rocketing enrollments of earlier 
years and to house new and expanding academic pro- 
grams. President Martin, at the beginning of the cur- 
rent decade, said that the 70's would be years of con- 
solidating gains the University had achieved during 
the preceeding years, but that it would also be a time 
in which the University could continue to actively 
seek new ways that it could meet the needs of the re- 
gion and the Commonwealth. Eastern entered this 
new era committed to responsiveness. 

Perhaps it was this, commitment that contributed 
to the continued increase of enrollment at EKU even 
though there was a slight decline each year in the 
number of high school graduates and institutions 
throughout the country were experiencing leveling 
or downward trends in enrollment. 

The 1960's and early stages of the 1970's had thrust 
Eastern beyond its regional and state-wide recogni- 
tion into the national eye. President Martin was 
recognized for his role in national higher educational 
circles when he was elected to serve as president of 
the American Association of State Colleges and Uni- 
versities during the 1971-72 year. He led the organiza- 
tion to a record membership and was an outspoken 
advocate for education before congressional sub- 
committees during his tenure. 



100 Years 47 



S HIGHER EDUCATION ends its 
first one hundred years on the 
campus of Eastern Kentucky University 
the academic community little resembles 
its Oid Central U. ancestor of 1874. ft 
would be illogical if it did. America and 
the vi'orld-at-large have undergone the 
most remarkable century of technical, 
social, and political change in history. 
Man has gone from horse-drawn vehi- 
cles to moon rovers; from the end of 
slavery to concrete attempts toward 
civil equity; and from a world still 
dominated by the great monarchies to 
one led by the democracies and com- 
munist nations. A characteristic of this 
change has been that it seems to in- 
crease in intensity and scope as time pro- 
gresses, multiplying the pressures on soci- 
ety and its institutions. This is perhaps the 
past's message to the future of higher educa- 
tion at Eastern Kentucky University. Incum 
bent in the nature of higher education is 





charge to serve the needs of society and 
the individual persons that comprise 
the society. Rapid change outside the 
campus, then, dictates that institutions 
of higher education be responsive to 
change so that they can meet soci- 
ety's requirements. Institutions that 
have failed in this regard have con- 
tributed to an image of inflexibili- 
ty in higher education that has 
never been a characteristic of East- 
ern Kentucky University, or of its 
predecessors. 
For these reasons it is unlikely that 
the Eastern Kentucky University that 
observes higher education's bicenten- 
nial on this campus will be much like the 
Eastern known today. However, it is to 
be dreamed that the future EKU will re- 
flect the same dedication to higher educa- 
tional opportunity and responsiveness to 
which the Century of Old Central U., Walters 
Collegiate institute, and Eastern Kentucky L'ni- 
versitv stands as a testimonial. 




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Unloading, Long Lines 
Present Problems 

Unloading and moving personal belong- 
ings into dorms was one of the chores that all 
students faced when they returned to East- 
ern. 

Waiting in long lines to sign in imposed 
minor inconveniences and got pretty tire- 
some. However, in the end students were 
glad to get back to school and renew old 
acquaintances. 



Centennial Year 53 




Fall Semester 
Enrolls 12,000 



A record 12,000 students enrolled at East- 
ern in the fall, and including the people who 
took extention courses at centers around 
Kentucky, the number increased to 15,000. 

Registering for classes was hectic and 
frustrating too, at times. Filling out computer 
cards was a dreaded necessity; but, never- 
theless, students willingly did their chore. 
By day's end, everyone — students, advisors, 
and registration workers — enjoyed a wel- 
comed relief. 




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Centennial Year 55 



Students Patronize University Store 



The spacious University Store continued 
to meet the demands of the growing college 
community. The store provided such articles 
as beauty aids, posters, greeting cards, wear- 
ing apparel, and sports equipment. One of 
the most popular centers in the store was the 
candy counter. The rows and rows of old- 
fashioned glass candy jars could hardly be 
kept full because of the many sweet-toothed 
students. 



The outstanding quality of textbooks was 
also maintained by the bookstore. The store 
expanded its enrichment books to include 
easy reading novels to professional litera- 
ture. Other necessities found throughout 
the store included study guides, laboratory 
supplies, reference books, and art materials. 
The students' satisfaction with the services 
provided by the store was exemplified by 
the continuous ringing of the cash register. 




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58 Centennial Year 




Sigma Chi Derby 
Features Frolic 

The Annual Sigma Chi Derby 
capped a week of activities includ- 
ing a parade with a day of competi- 
tive activity. Greek coeds competed 
for the Sigma Chi Spirit Award in 
events such as the "Zipper Strip- 
per," "Egg in Your Beer" and a 
search for sorority medallions in a 
trough of mud. The sisters of Alpha 
Delta Pi won the Spirit Award and 
Alexis Stevens of ADPi was the 
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Brings Out Greeks 

The weather was fair and the participation 
was large for the Annual SAE County Fair in 
October. 

Kathy Jo Black of Chi Omega was selected 
from fifteen contestants to reign as the 
queen of the fair. Several sororities and 
fraternities sponsored booths with events 
such as pie throwing, ring tossing and a 
paint-upon. The winning booth was the 
Kappa Alpha free throw stand. 

Competitive events included horseshoe 
throwing, stilt walking, sack racing, egg 
throwing, arm wrestling, cider drinking, 
turtle racing and checker playing. Winning 
the overall fraternity trophy was Theta Chi; 
Kappa Delta won the sorority trophy. 



Everyone has a good lime at the SAE County Fair. Among the good 
times is the KDT pie throw, and the Phi Mu paint-upon. Among the 
good time enjoyers is the Sigma Nu snake, an annual Fair visitor. 



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Student Organizations 
Add To Fall Color 



EKU student organizations contributed 
their efforts in support of major activities 
throughout the year, but perhaps they were 
more visible during the fall semester. 

The 140-members Marching Maroons 
band performed at the half of all six home 
football games, the Little Colonels perform- 
ed, and Greek and other student organiza- 
tions performed many service projects. 



Right: Anna Conner leads the AKA steppers in the annual post- 
homecoming game "Steppin'." Below: Little Colonel memhers 
line the Hanger Field sidelines as they begin a precision drill. 





62 Centennial Year 




This band member toots out a tune while the bell of her french 
horn reflects the seating of the Begley Building. 



Centennial Year 63 




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Concentration A Must 
For Class Work 

With the varied curricula offered at East- 
ern, students often found that their courses 
required many different settings in which to 
expand their educational studies. Whether 
in the laboratory, out in the field, or in the 
classroom, concentration was a necessity in 
performing academic work. 




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here in usual, or not so usual, places of study. 



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Interesting Reading 

Although classes were rough and required 
intense studying, whenever possible some 
students found time for other activities. 
Widespread controversy over "The Exor- 
cist", intrigued many students to allow time 
for reading the book or viewing the movie. 
Others were content to find a leisurely spot 
on a warm, sunny day and indulge in some 
serious studying. 



Centennial Year 69 



Dormitories Provide 
Temporary Home 



Providing a temporary home for college 
students, dormitory living was always filled 
with activity. Everyday students were found 
performing necessary grooming habits, pre- 
paring quick meals, and last minute rushing 
to finish that project which had been as- 
signed three weeks before. There was also 
time for making friends, however, and many 
long hours were spent playing cards, watch- 
ing TV, and just talking. 





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Centennial Year 73 



Brockton — First Home 
For Many Couples 

Quiet surroundings and a close-knit atmo- 
sphere of the married students made Broc- 
ton an enjoyable place of residence. The 
students understood the responsibility be- 
fore them, that of providing a home for their 
families while earning a college degree. 

A wide participation in intramural sports 
and other student activities enhanced the 
lives of the couples. Friendly card games 
or study sessions were also prevelant on 
most any evening of the week. Many life- 
long friendships and experiences were made 
in the serene surroundings of Brocton. 





74 Centennial Year 




Centennial Year 75 



Lecturers Discuss 
Middle East Crisis 

The recent Middle East war had wide 
reaching side effects that extended beyond 
the cessation of hostilities. A seminar was 
held on the campus during the fall with 
speakers from Eastern and other nearby in- 
stitutions discussing the implications of the 
war and its underlying social and political 
causes. 




76 Centennial Year 




Centennial Year 77 




78 Centennial Year 





Energy Crisis 
Affects Everyone 

With the advent of the Middle East oil 
embargo, a world-wide gas shortage result- 
ed. Here in Kentucky, the full effects were 
not felt until mid-February, when several 
regions were completely without gas. Al- 
though service stations received smaller al- 
lotments of gas per month than ever before, 
most remained opened during certain spec- 
ified hours. Students and faculty members 
started riding bicycles in order to conserve 
fuel. They also set up car pools for travel 
to and from the University. 



Centennial Year 79 



Fire Ravages 
Downtown Block 



One of the most severe downtown 
fires in Richmond history struck on 
the afternoon of Sunday, October 
14, and EKU students joined fire- 
men in fighting the blaze that dam- 
aged five buildings and completely 
gutted the center section of one 
block. Included in the destroyed 
property were the apartments of 
nine University students. 

A Kentucky banking company 
bought the destroyed property and 
announced plans to build a major 
bank on the site of the razed build- 
ings. 





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Centennial Year 81 



Autumn Erupts 
Ravine With Color 

There was something beautiful about the 
campus, and particularly the ravine, as 
nature prepared to sleep for the winter. 
Trees lost their summer green in favor of 
the golden hues of autumn and students en- 
joyed the last shirt-sleeved days of the year. 





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Centennial Year 85 



Band Day Brings 
Excitement and Rain 

Parents of EKU students were honored a 
Band Day this year as they were entertained 
by approximately 59 bands from all over 
Kentucky. Enthusiasm was evident as the 
bandsmen paraded through campus and 
downtown Richmond. Spirits were soon 
dampened, however, as rains began. Before 
the game started several bands had gone 
home. The half-time show was forced to can- 
cel as the torrential rains began again. Al- 
though the entertainment was halted, the 
game continued; and Eastern's defense 
drowned Austin Peav 24-7. 





Centennial Year/Band Day 




A parade is enjoyed b\ everyone because drum majors, majorettes, and 
individual bandsmen combine their talents to provide high-spirited enter- 
tainment for those who gather to watch. Even rain seems to hold out until 
the parade is over so that the spirits are not dampened. 



Centennial Year. Band Day 



Centennial Birthday 
Highlights Homecoming 

Preparations for the Centennial Home- 
coming began nearly four months prior to 
the big weekend. Since Eastern was cele- 
brating 100 years of higher education, "A 
Century of Memories, 1874-1974" was se- 
lected as the theme. Final plans really start- 
ed taking shape that last week, as students 
labored long hours building, stuffing, and 
painting floats for the parade. Their diligent 
work was rewarded, when faces delighted 
to see such beautiful floats as, "EKU, You're 
Not Getting Older. You're Getting Better." 

The annual Homecoming Dance was held 
in the Keen Johnson Ballroom on Friday 
night. Students danced in the weekend to the 
music of Livingston Road. The ballroom was 
decorated with balloons, mock presents, 10- 
foot candles, and a giant birthday cake all 
depicting "Happy Birthday, EKU." 





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Left: Members of Ihe EKU Theatre march tlown Lancaster Avenue 
donned in the costumes of the plays they have presented this year. 
Below: One of the mure beautiful floats displays the end result 
of long hours of diligent work. Bottom: No parade would be com- 
plete without bands, and Eastern's Marching Maroons step high as 
the\ fill Ihe air with music. 





Top: The Little Colonels drill team marches in the Home- 
coming parade as the\ have for many previous years. 
Above: Kandy Clay, featured twirler for Eastern, displays 
her talented ability with fire batons. Right: President 
Martin happily plants a congratulatory kiss on the new 
Homecoming queen. Mona Waits. 



90 Centennial Year/Homecoming 





Sunshine and Memories 
Inspire A Great Day 

Beautiful sunshine graced Homecoming 
Day this year, for the first time in four years. 
The thrill and excitement of a parade with 
it's bandsmen, clowns, Shriner's, floats, and 
beautiful girls was intensified by the mag- 
nificent weather. 

Tensions mounted as kick-off time ap- 
proached. Would Eastern's defense be able 
to hold back the aggressive Hilltoppers? The 
young Colonels just couldn't do it, and the 
more experienced Western team took home 
a 35-0 victory. 

The weekend was not over when the game 
ended, however. Fraternity and indepen- 
dent parites were scheduled for Saturday 
night; but for those who preferred concerts, 
Alumni Coliseum was the place. Students 
delighted to hear the "Golden Age of Rock" 
with groups from another era, such as: The 
Dovells, the Five Satins, and Danny and 
the Juniors; and many dressed in the 50's 
styles. 



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Centennial 
Homecoming 
Queen 
MONA WAITS 

After an interview and formal presenta- 
tion of 15 Finalists, a panel of judges selected 
Miss Mona Waits as the 1973 Centennial 
Homecoming Queen. Miss Waits, a sopho- 
more recreation major from La Grange, was 
sponsored by Keene Hall. She enjoys all 
types of sports, is presently a Pike Calendar 
Girl, and is member of Chi Omega sorority. 




Centennial Year/Homecoming 93 




KANDY CLAY. Phi Mu Alpha. 



94 Cenlennial Year/Homecoming 




1973 Homecoming Court 



In a campus-wide election 15 finalists were 
chosen from over 50 entrants to serve in the 
1973 Homecoming Court. The Homecoming 
Queen and the first and second runners-up 
were selected by a panel of judges. First run- 
ner-up was Miss Susan Childers, a physical 
educationmajor from Hazard. Miss Childers, 
a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority was also 



SUSAN CHILDERS, Alpha Delta Pi. 

in the 1973 Miss Kentucky Pageant. Kandy 
Clay, a political science and business major 
from Lexington, was second runner-up. Miss 
Clay was, also, the featured twirler at all 
home football games this year. 



Cenlennial Year/Homecoming 95 




SHANDRA JACKSON. Burnam Hall. 



96 Centennial Year/Homecoming 





Above: NADINE BREWER. Theta Chi. 
« Left: SALONI MATHUR. International Stu- 
Jr dents. 



Centennial Year/Homecoming 97 



Right: JUDY BARNES, Sidney Clay Hall. 
Below: CINDY HOPKINS, Sigma Alpha Ep 
silon. 




98 Centennial Year/Homecoming 




KATHY LANE, Baptist Student Union. 



Centennial Year/Homecoming 99 




CONNIE KANE, Palmer Hall. 



100 Centennial Year/Homecoming 




Left: MARITZA GARCIA, Freshman Class. 
Below: CINDY FISHER, Todd-Dupree Hall. 



Right: CONSTANCE PARRISH. Common- 
wealth Hall. Below: KATHY NOBLE, Senior 
Class. 




102 Centennial Year/Homecominn 




Queen Athena 
Debra Pearson 

Selected to reign as the 1973-74 Queen 
Athena was Debra Pearson, a senior ac- 
counting major from Dayton, Ohio. She was 
chosen by the Association of United States 
Army and ROTC advanced corps cadets. 
Miss Pearson served as the commander of 
the ROTC Sponsor Corps, was president of 
Chi Omega sorority and was listed in Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. 



Centennial Year/Homecoming 103 



Dixieland Style 
Enhances Pageant 

Representing Chi Omega sorority, Jean 
Hempfling, a senior music major from 
Hebron, was crowned Miss Eastern 1974. 
Miss Hempfling obviously impressed the 
judges and the audience with her song med- 
ley of "If I Loved You" and "You Made Me 
Love You". 

Eastern's Panhellenic Council selected 
"Dixieland Belles and Blues" as the theme 
for this year's pageant. Johnny Bench of the 
Cincinnati Reds was featured as the Master 
of Ceremonies. 

First runner-up was Miss Carol Cole, a ju- 
nior drama major from Lexington. Second 
runner-up was Miss Julianne Holbrook, a 
freshman representing Sullivan Hall. Third 
and fourth runners-up were, respectively, 
Cathy Jones of Kappa Delta and Nancy 
Arnsparger of the Student Nurses Associa- 
tion. 

The recipient of the Miss Congeniality 
award, decided by votes from the contest- 
ants themselves, was Miss Martha Callahan. 
A sophomore from Michigan, Miss Callahan 
represented Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. 





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forms his rendition of "Bad. Bad Leroy Brown". Above Left: As 
Master of Ceremonies, Johnny Bench entertains the audience 
with another song. Above Right: First runnerup. Carol Cole, does 
a monologue-song routine to "The Greatest Star". Left: Janet 
Dawson displays her ability on the keyboard in the talent compe- 
tition. 



Centennial Year/Miss Eastern 105 




Top: Sharon Cross expresses herself beautifully in an original 
modern dance routine. Above: Miss Congeniality. Beverly Bush 
astounded the audience with her version of "I Am Ready". Right: 
James Seabree serves as master of ceremonies at the 1974 pageant. 



106 Centennial Year/Miss Ebony 




AKA Sponsors 
Miss Ebony 

The first annual Miss Ebony Pageant spon- 
sored by Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, was 
held January 18. Miss Deborah Lynn Hodge, 
a freshman computer programming major 
from Louisville, was selected as the 1974 
Miss Ebony. Miss Hodge, representing the 
1973 Ivy Leaf Pledge Club, performed a song 
made famous by Billie Holiday, "Good 
Morning Heartache". 

Miss Brenda Todd of Carrollton was third 
runner-up; second runner-up as Brenda 
Taylor of Lexington; and Donna Black, a 
graduate student from Richmond, was first 
runner-up. Beverly Bush, a senior from Bar- 
tow, Florida, was named as Miss Con- 
geniality. 



Left: Parading before the crowd at Edward's Auditorium the 1974 
Miss Ebony displays her joy. Below: Deborah is the center of 
interest as she is congratulated by her sorority sisters. 




Centennial Year/Miss Ebony 107 



Warm Winter Brings Little Snow 



Eastern and Central Kentucky received 
only a touch of real winter during the tradi- 
tionally cold months. In fact, the weather 
bureau reported the warmest winter for 
Kentucky in 25 years, with average tempera- 
tures consistently above the freezing mark. 
Experts credited the unusually warm winter 



with preventing any shortage of heating 
fuels in the area. 

The campus appeared as a still etching 
when a light snow fell upon the beautiful 
surroundings. Finding enjoyment and plea- 
sure in the icy wonderland students sought 
entertainment by sledding or a quiet walk. 




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110 Centennial Yea 




M Fi ne Arts Facility 

Opens With New Year 

The fine and performing arts at Eastern 
acquired a spacious new facility January 13 
when the four-story, 110,000 square foot 
Jane F. Campbell Building was formally 
dedicated. 

About two weeks later, when furniture 
and equipment installation was complete, 
the first courses were held in the structure 
which houses the departments of art and 
drama and speech and provides additional 
space for the Department of Music, head- 
quartered in the adjoining Foster Music 
Building. 

Dedicated with the building were two of 
its major facilities, the Clarence H. Gifford 
Theatre and the Fred P. Giles Gallery. An 
exhibition of 86 paintings by American art- 
ists of the last 100 years was opened in the 
gallery on dedication day and continued into 
February. 



Above: The |ane F. Campbell Building as seen from front and rear. 
Left: The Clarence H. Gifford Theatre swells to capacity for the 
dedication program. 



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Campbell Building dedication. Below: A workman is superimposed 
over Frank Duvenek's "Faces and Hands." one of the works in the 
Centennial Exhibition. Right: Students tour the Fred P.Giles Gallery 




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key to the Campbell Building from architect 
Wilson Bond. Below: Retired professor of 
music. Mrs. Blanche Seevers, speaks in hon- 
or of Miss Jane F. Campbell at the dedica- 
tion. Seated is Clarence H. Gifford. the '09 
Eastern graduate for whom the new theatre 
is named. 




Centennial Year 113 



Center Board Draws 
Top Entertainers 

Eastern students once again benefited 
from the efforts of the University Center 
Board as top entertainers representing a 
wide range of musical styles frequented the 
campus. 

Billy Preston, Seals and Crofts, the Temp- 
tations, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Buddy 
Rich and Harry Chapin were among the per- 
formers that drew audiences into Alumni 
Coliseum and Hiram Brock Auditorium. 




Bills Preslon rocks Alumni Coliseum with his special brand of electronic, hard rock. 



114 Centennial Year 





Left: A clarinetist with the Glenn Miller Orchestra swings to the rejuve- 
nated "Big Band Sound." Above: A member nf the Billy Preston prelimi- 
nary group warms up the crowd for the main event. 



Centennial Year 115 




Campus Yields 
To Temptations 



Right: A member of the Five Satins in the Homecoming Concert. 
Below: The Temptations captivate their Alumni Coliseum fans. 
Below Left: Danny and the Juniors relive the light hearted rock 

sounds of the 50's. 



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Centennial Year 117 




Seals And Crofts, Johnny Bench Thrill EKU 



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Opposite and Above: The Alumni Coliseum was filled with re- 
markable sounds as Seals and Crofts entertained Eastern students. 
The enthusiasm of the audience rose high as they performed 
fiddlin' music of the bluegrass style. Johnny Bench, Cincinnati 
Reds baseball star, held a captive audience during the Miss Eastern 
pageant by performing several songs. 



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Lighting System Adds 
Intrigue To Plays 

The opening of the Gifford Theatre in the 
new fine arts building, provided Eastern's 
drama department with an excellent place 
in which to present plays. The first play per- 
formed in the theatre was Murder in the 
Cathedral. A magnificent lighting system 
added much intrigue in different scenes of 
the play. 

Prior to the Gifford facility, dramas had 
been presented in the Pearl Buchanan The- 
atre. Students enjoyed A Delicate Balance 
and The Homecoming in the Buchanan The- 
atre last fall. 





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Year Highlighted 
By Special Guests 

The Centennial Year brought a bumper 
crop of speakers to the university campus 
through a variety of lecture programs. Wash- 
ington Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson was 
the Garvice Kincaid Lecture Series speaker. 
Delivering a Hiram Brock Auditorium ad- 
dress soon after the Arab nations had an- 
nounced the oil boycott against the United 
States, Jackson insisted that America "not 
be blackmailed" into a compromising 
principle. 

Highlighting the University Center Board 
Lecture Series was Vincent Price, of cul- 
inary and horror movie fame, who spoke to 
a packed Brock Auditorium on the important 
role of the vidian in drama. 

Eastern's colleges each brought several 
speakers to the campus during the spring 
for the Centennial College Lecture Series. 




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Centennial Year 123 



Chapel Provides An 
Eye In The Storm 

Since its dedication in 1972 the non- 
denominational Chapel of Meditation has 
become a valued place of quiet and solitude 
in the midst of an active campus. A gift of 
the Alumni Association, the Chapel has been 
the site of hundreds of weddings and many 
campus visitors have viewed its beautiful 
stained glass. However, it is as a place for 
silent, personal meditation that it is most 
known. 





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Centennial Year 12 



University Building 
Renamed 'Old Central' 

The University Building, which has been 
on campus since the founding of Central 
University in 1874, was relandscaped during 
the Centennial Year. The building, which 
was the center of classroom activity for 
many years and now houses the Department 
of History, was also renamed "Old Central." 
The structure was included in the national 
register of historic places this year. 



CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 

FOUNDED 1874 
ORIGINAL BOARDS OF CURATORS AND TRUSTEE 

CHANCELLOR ROBERT L.BRECK.D.D.. CHAIRMAN 

CURATORS TRUSTEES 



C.H.BRECK 

THOMAS A.BRAC 

JOSEPH CHAMB 

7 : WILLIAM CHENA 

G.H.ROUT; 

S.B.VANCE 

ENNETT H.YO 



J.A.HOWERTON 
W.M.IRVINE 
J. B. OWSLEY;^ 
. R.S.VEECH 

| SINGLETON R^ 

^WALTERS 



ORIGINAL FACULTY 

ROBERT L.BRECK.D.D. 

\J.W PRATT. D.D. 

JUDGE WILLIAM CHENADLT 

CHARLES J.BRONSTON O 

J.ALSTON CABELL, C.E..M.E..B.S. 

|| A.N.GORDON. B.P. 

J.V.LOGAN. M.A..D.D..LL.D. 

HUGH A.MORAN.A.B. 

W.G.RICHARDSON. M.A. 

B.H.WADELL.M.A..C.E. 

W. M/WILLSON. M.A. 




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UNIVERSITY BUILDING 

ERECTED 1874 

CINCINNATI^ G. SHRYOCK. THE ARCHITECT OF 

THE UNIVERSITY BUILDING. WAS THE BROTHER OF 

GIDEON SHRYOCK. WHO INTRODUCED. THE GREEK 

REVIVAL STYLE INTO KENTUCKY THROUGH HIS 

DESIGN OF THE OLD STATE HOUSE IN FRANKFORT 

(1827-1829). THE STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY 

BUILDING REVEALS ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS 

AKIN TO THIS BASIC STYLE. 

THE ORIGINAL COST OF THE STRUCTURE WAS 

APPROXIMATELY $30,000. IN 1961 THE UNIVERSITY 

BUILDING WAS RENOVATED AT A COST OF OVER 

$200,000. WHICH INCLUDED THE CONSTRUCTION 

OF NEW CLASSROOMS ON THE THIRD AND FOURTH 

FLOORS ON THE SITE OF THE OLD AUDITORIUM. 

RENOVATION OF THE UNIVERSITY BUILDING 

1961 

BOARD OF REGENTS 

WENDELL P. BUTLER. CHAIRMAN 

EARLE B. COMBS. SR. 

H. D. FfTZPATRICK, JR. 

ROBERT B. HENSLEY 

JUDCE THOMAS B. McGREGOR 

DR. RUSSELL I. TODD 
ROBERT. R. MARTIN. PRESIDENT 
EASTERN KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE , v 




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Campbell Building 
Construction Ends 



Construction was begun on the Jane F. 
Campbell Building nearly two years ago. 
The building was erected on the area be- 
tween the Burner and Foster Buildings. 
Relatively mild weather expedited the com- 
pletion of the new classroom structure and 
the building was dedicated in January. The 
Gilford Theatre was equipped with one of 
the finest lighting systems in the country 
and provided excellent facilities for drama 
and music presentations. 




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Construction Progresses, More Is Planned 



The $6.5 million Law Enforcement com- 
plex which was begun last year is scheduled 
for completion in January of 1975. The facil- 
ity will house the School of Law Enforce- 
ment and the Traffic Safety Institute. 

The Board of Regents has approved a now 



Health Education and Services Building, 
which will house nursing, allied health and 
the student health service. Project funding 
depends on the availability of state money 
over the next biennium. 



"EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 

SITE OF PflOPOSCD 

HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICES BLDG 



i-Asal ^^TBKSSJ^^S/^^^^^^^^SSt 




HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES BUILDING 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 

WILSON BOND & ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS fc ENGINEERS 



Centennial Year 131 



Campus Cleanup ... A Continuing Chore 



Part of the continuing effort of the build- 
ings and grounds crew is keeping the Uni- 
versity spruced up through a regular pro- 
gram of maintenance. However, it seemed 
that the Centennial Year brought forth a 
special effort to keep the campus looking 



its best for the large numbers of visitors 
and special guests. 

A new member of the University Com- 
munity, a revised version of the Colonel 
mascot emblem popped up on everything 
from cement trucks to water towers. 



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Security Employs 
Lady Officer 

Maintaining the safety and security of per- 
sons and property and enforcing regulations 
was the function of Eastern's Safety and 
Security Force. During the year the force, 
which just last year gained the status of a 
police department with the power of arrest, 
grew in size and added its first woman mem- 
ber, Angela Devault. 

Patroling parking lots, traffic control, and 
providing information to campus visitors 
were a major role played by Eastern's offi- 
cers. 



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Different Strokes 
For Different Folks 



The cameras eye reflected many interest- 
ing moments which occurred at Eastern dur- 
ing the year. Frequently unnoticed signs 
often became pronounced whenever un- 
usual circumstances arose. 




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Students Enjoy The Pets Of The Campus 




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Study Isn't The Only Activity 




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Centennial Year 141 



Sleep Is . . . 
Where You Find It. 

Sleep is a universal need and members 
of the University Community took advantage 
of every opportunity to catch a little shut- 
eye. After a long studying spell, or some- 
times during a lull in activity, a nap can be a 
pause that refreshes. 





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Suitcasing Continues 
During Gas Shortage 

The campus tradition of suitcasing, those 
weekend trips home for part-time jobs or for 
family visits, continued during this year of 
the gasoline shortage. Efforts were made 
to form car pools of homeward bound stu- 
dents in a try to ease the squeeze of high 
prices. 




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The Campus Is A Haven For Couples 




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Centennial Year 147 



The Beauty Of Night 



The campus is a wonderland by night, its 
beauty enjoyed by studiers, night students 
and passers-by. Usually a symphony of light, 
the nighttime campus was dimmed in the 
fall by the energy crisis. Decorative lighting 
was curtailed, and only lights necessary for 
campus safety and security were left burn- 
ing. The jewel-like lights of the Chapel of 
Meditation were the lone exception to the 
decorative lighting ban. 



The campus shimmers with the warmth of incandescent lighting 
during the dark hours. The University Center and the Chapel of 
Meditation (right and below) radiate with light, while a rain- 
dampened parking lot glistens under street lamps. 






Centennial Year 149 



Springtime Brings 
A Campus Rebirth 

The warming days of spring bring a new- 
ness of life to the Eastern campus. Bulbs 
dormant through the winter spring to blos- 
soming life and the temperate days draw 
students out to enjoy the greening campus 
and activities. 








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Spring Sports Action Livens Warm Days 




Centennial Year 153 



Alumni Commission Famous Sculptor For Project 



As a Centennial Year gift to the University 
the Eastern Alumni Association this year 
commissoned Dr. Felix de Weldon, famed 
creator of the Iwo Jima Flag Raising, Simon 
Bolivar, and Belleau Wood Memorial stat- 
ues, to sculpt a statue for the Eastern cam- 
pus. Subject of the work was the American 
accomplishments in space exploration, one 
of the most significant events of the century 
during which higher education has develop- 
ed on the Eastern campus. 

The statue, based on a smaller one de- 
signed by de Weldon as a trophy for Ameri- 
ca's astronauts, was created in his Rome 
studio and cast at the Fonderia Artistica in 
that city, de Weldon, who has sculpted the 
busts of 22 American presidents, designed 



the work with its stainless steel loops de- 
picting the course of spacecraft from the 
earth to the moon before the Apollo pro- 
gram began. 

Funding for the project was through the 
same Alumni Century Fund that financed 
the Chapel of Meditation, which was formal- 
ly deeded to the University during the 
Alumni Weekend. Alumni, students and 
friends of the University contributed to the 
fund drive, with contributors of $500 or 
more designated as members of the Cen- 
tennial Club. 

Unveiling of the statue was planned for 
the Saturday of Alumni-Commencement 
Weekend. 




Sculptor Felix VV. de Weldon presents President Martin with 
an autographed photograph of the Iwo Jima Flag Raising statue 
during a visit to the campus. 



154 Centennial Year 




Left: A young Felix W. de Weldon works on Ihe 
[wo [ima Flag Raising statue that is part of the 
Marine Corps War Memorial in Washington. 
Above Left: The model of the statue designed for 
the Eastern campus. Above: Architect Byron Ro- 
manowitz and de Weldon inspect progress on the 
EKU statue at the artist's Rome studio. 



Centennial Year 155 



Commencement Marks 
Study's End For Many 

Spring and summer commencement ex- 
ercises marked the end of study's work for 
more than 2,000 Eastern students. The 1974 
Spring exercises were to highlight an Alum- 
ni-Commencement Weekend that was a 
major event of the Centennial Year activities. 

Saturday before commencement the stat- 
ue given the University by the Alumni Asso- 
ciation was unveiled. The day before, 
President and Mrs. Martin hosted the annual 
pre-commencement luncheon for graduating 
seniors and their spouse. 



Commencement is a time of jubilation, sharing, and standing in the 
last line of a college career, waiting for that long-term goal. 





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Centennial Year 157 



Governor, EKU Join In Land-Clearing 



The Honorable Wendell H Ford, Gover- 
nor of the Commonwealth, made one official 
visit to the Eastern campus during the 1973- 
74 academic year when he attended the 
luncheon hosted by the University while on 
tour with a Chamber of Commerce group. 

However, the University joined Governor 
Ford in major roles for the land clearing 
ceremonies for the restoration of the fort at 
Fort Boonesborough State Park. The EKU 
Department of Industrial Education and 
Technology made the axes used in the cere- 
monies and several of these were presented 
to the governor and state commissioners in 
attendance. President Martin and other 
University officials and groups participated 
in the ceremonies. 

The Governor's proposed $421 million 
budget for higher education over the next 
two years included a $2.5 million increase 
for Eastern, plus the possibility of addition- 
al funds for special projects, including the 
proposed Health Education and Services 
Building. 



Governor Wendell Ford speaks before using an EKU-made ax in 
land-clearing ceremonies at Fort Boonesborough State Park. 





THE BOARD OF REGENTS. FRONT ROW: Luther Farmer. Robert 
B. Begley. Vice Chairman; Earle B. Combs. Chairman; Wil- 
liam L. Wallace, Gerald May. BACK ROW: Dr. |. C Powell. Sec- 



retary; John M. Keith, )r.. Henry D. Stratton. Dr. Donald Haney. 
Steve Slade. President Robert R. Martin. Not pictured is Marvin 
Edwards. 



160 Academics/ Administration 



Regents Approve Building, Budget, Rules 



Eastern's Board of Regents — the govern- 
ing and policy making body of the University 
— acted on major proposals during the year 
which will have wide-ranging effects. 

The Board approved a proposal for the 
construction of a three-story facility on Kit 
Carson Drive to house the nursing and allied 
health programs and the student health ser- 
vice. The building would consist of a phar- 
macy, regular and isolation wards, examina- 
tion and treatment rooms, X-ray and clinical 
labs, a diet kitchen, and an emergency aid 
station. 

In another important action, the Board 



approved the University's biennial budget 
request for funds for 1974-1976 that was sub- 
mitted to the Council on Public Higher Edu- 
cation and later incorporated into the Gov- 
ernor's Executive Budget. 

It also approved the development of a fir- 
ing range on rented land Boonesborough, 
adopted revised regulations governing stu- 
dent organizations, and okayed three new 
academic policies. They included one that 
would permit students to reschedule final 
examinations if three or more fall on one 
day, a revision of transfer credit policy, and 
a policy concerning grade changes. 




Board of Regents members discuss the institution's biennial budget 
request before submitting it to the Council on Public Higher Educa- 
tion for its approval. 



Academics/Administration 161 




President Robert R. Martin 



162 Academics/Administration 



Centennial Year Is Special For President 



The 1973-74 academic year has been a spe- 
cial one for President Robert R. Martin. 
When he reported to work the morning of 
July 1, 1973, to begin his 14th year as EKU's 
chief executive, he began the second longest 
tenure of any Eastern president and looked 
with anticipation toward the University's 
observance of the Centennial Year of Higher 
Education on the campus. 

Perhaps no other year in the century since 
Central University was begun in 1874 pre- 
sented as many challenges. President Mar- 
tin in 1973-74 led the institution through a 
year including: The Centennial Year ob- 
servance; a self-study for the Southern As- 
sociation of Colleges and Schools; a study for 
the National Council for the Accreditation of 
Teacher Education, and the biennial request 
for funds from the Commonwealth of Ken- 
tucky. Add to these the ever-present struggle 




President and Mrs. Martin cut a cake symbolizing the start of his 
14th year in office on July 1, 1973. A surprise party welcomed Dr. 
Martin that morning as he began the second longest tenure of any 
Eastern president. 



to prevent further tuition increases, the con- 
tinued acceleration in the expansion of the 
academic offerings and the increasing dif- 
ficulty in balancing the budget, and, at best, 
a partial picture of the '73-74 year is pre- 
sented. 

President Martin continued his role as a 
national spokesman for regional colleges 
and universities, as he was an outspoken op- 
ponent to recommendations from national 
associations that public institutions raise 
their tuitions. He maintained that higher 
tuitions would hurt students from middle- 
income homes. "No greater misconception 
exisits," said Dr. Martin, "than the idea that 
pricing higher education out of the reach 
of young people such as these would some- 
how help private institutions." 

The year was not without its rewards, both 
for President Martin and for Eastern stu- 
dents. Despite the recommendations from 
such agencies as the Carnegie Commission, 
the Kentucky General Assembly did not in- 
crease tuitions at Eastern and the other state 
institutions. And, in January both the state 
House of Representatives and Senate pass- 
ed resolutions congratulating EKU during its 
Centennial Year of Higher Education and 
expressing appreciation for its contribu- 
tions to the Commonwealth. President Mar- 
tin was present to accept the resolutions 
from Lieutenant Governor Julian Carroll and 
House Speaker Norbert Blume. and re- 
sponded for the University in both chambers. 

Later in the year, Kentucky Senator Walter 
D. Huddleston and Representative Tim Lee 
Carter presented concurrent resolutions 
commending the University during its Cen- 
tennial Year in both the U.S. Senate and the 
House of Representatives. The congratula- 
tory resolutions were read into the Con- 
gressional Record. 

Representative Carter's resolution con- 
cluded, "the Congress expresses its greet- 
ings and congratulations to Eastern Kentucky 
University during its Centennial Year of 
Higher Education . . ." 



Academics/Administration 163 



Right: Eastern's first lady, Mrs. Anne Martin, 
checks the lids on homemade relish in her 
Blanton House kitchen. Below: Dr. Martin ad- 
dressed the Kentucky Senate after its passage 
of a resolution honoring EKU during the Cen- 
tennial Year. 





164 Academics/Administration 




Dr. J. C. Powell checks a print out of financial data while studying the EKU budget. 

Dr. Powell Oversees Fiscal Operations 



As Vice President for Administration, Dr. 
J. C. Powell had as major responsibilities the 
fiscal affairs of the University, the prepara- 
tion of the institutional budget request, the 
internal budget, and the direction and super- 
vision of the Office of Internal Auditor, 
Security and Safety, and Data Processing. 
In addition to preparing the annual bud- 



get, Dr. Powell prepares the biennial reques' 
for funds appropriated by the General As- 
sembly of the Commonwealth. 

He also served as recording secretary for 
the Board of Regents and was responsible 
for the organization of bond issues for con- 
struction projects and development of ap- 
plications for federal funds for construction., 



Academics/Administration 165 



Appointments, Programs Highlight Academics 



An academic shuffle of some proportion 
greeted Eastern as the doors opened for the 
school year. After nearly a year of "intern- 
ship" as acting Vice President for Academic 
Affairs, Dr. John D. Rowlett, was officially 
appointed Vice President for Academic 
Affairs and Research. 

But that was just a beginning of the major 
personnel and changes as five other high- 
level academic appointments were made. 
The reorganization included Dr. Kenneth 
Clawson, from dean of Richmond Communi- 
ty College to dean for Academic Services; 
Dr. Jack Luy, from associate dean of the 
College of Applied Arts and Technology to 
dean of Richmond Community College; Dr. 
Kenneth Hansson, from chairman of the 
Department of Industrial Technology to 
associate dean of the College of Applied Arts 
and Technology; Dr. Clyde Craft, from 
chairman of the Department Industrial Ed- 
ucation to chairman of the combined De- 
partment of Industrial Education and Tech- 
nology; and the new appointment of Dr. 
David Gale, as dean of Allied Health Pro- 
grams. 

With the beginning of the spring semester, 
Dr. Charles Gibson, formerly associate dean 
of the College of Education, was named 
dean of the Graduate School. 

The regents also established a Department 



of Communications in the College of Arts 
and Sciences to include baccalaureate pro- 
grams in broadcasting, journalism and in- 
structional television, and appointed Mr. 
James Harris as chairman. 

The Board also created a number of new 
degree programs, bringing the total of asso- 
ciate, baccalaureate, specialist, and grad- 
uate degrees offered bv Eastern to nearlv 
200. 

Changes in the physical plant included 
the dedication and opening of the Jane 
Campbell Building and its facilities for fine 
arts — the Clarence H. Gifford Theatre and 
Fred P. Giles Gallery, and the renovation 
and of the Fitzpatrick, Gibson and Ault 
buildings, the industrial education and 
technology complex. Construction con- 
tinued on the Law Enforcement and Traffic 
Safety Center and plans were completed for 
the proposed health education and services 
building. 

Among the new academic programs im- 
plemented this year were two dozen associ- 
ate degree programs and several baccalau- 
reate programs. Included among the two- 
year programs were five business, several 
in agriculture and industrial education and 
technology. Two new interdisciplinary pro- 
grams at the baccalaureate level were trans- 
portation and Performing Arts. 




WEKU-FM coordinator John Sullivan listens to a discussion during the station's new, "A Look At . . ." talk shov 



166 Academics/Administration 




Vice President for Academic Affairs John D. Rowlett examines a new 
class schedule booklet. Dr. Rowlett. in addition to his normal duties, this 
year chaired the University Center Board, the Southern Association Self- 
Study Steering Committee, the Academic Council, and co-chaired the 
Centennial Committee. 



Academics/Administration 167 




Dr. Thomas D. Myers contemplates one of his responsibilities as vice 
president for student affairs. 



Student Affairs Offers More Services 



The major personnel change during the 
year within the Office of Student Affairs 
was the appointment of Mrs. Jeannette 
Crockett as Dean of Women, succeeding 
Miss Mary Katherine Ingels, who retired 
after serving nearly eight years. 

The University Center Board, the me- 
chanics of which operate primarily out of the 
Division of Student Activities and Organiza- 
tions, bolstered Centennial Year events by 
bringing to campus nearly 20 major attrac- 
tions in its Fine Arts, Lecture, and "Pop" 
Concert Series, including the Glenn Miller 



Orchestra, Vincent Price, and Seals and 
Crofts. 

The Office, headed by Vice President for 
Student Affairs, Dr. Thomas D. Myers, was 
also responsible for admissions, financial 
aid, housing, health services, orientation, 
student activities, and social adjustment 
and counseling. The program of summer 
orientation for new students and their pa- 
rents attracted some 2,000 to the campus for 
personalized counseling and registration. A 
Parents Handbook was published and dis- 
tributed for the first time. 



168 Academics/ Administration 




Above: Admissions counselor Donna Black explains EKU's programs to a prospective 
student. Below: Director of activities for men's residence halls Ben Nankivell schedules 
special activities. 




Academics/Administration 169 




Top: Don Rist. art editor in (he Division of Public Information, and Raymond Gabhard, associate direc- 
tor of buildings and grounds, apply a Centennial Year decoration to the Hanger Field fifty-yard line. 
Above: Campus work projects were under the aegis of the Office of Business Affairs. 



170 Academics/Administration 



Business Affairs Has Major Appointments 



Among the major personnel appointments 
this year in the Office of Business Affairs 
were the promotions of Mr. Chad Middleton 
as director of Buildings and Grounds and 
Mr. Raymond Gabbard as associate direc- 
tor in charge of academic buildings and 
grounds. Mr. Darrell Ward joined the staff 
as associate director in charge of mechanical 
and electrical engineering. 

Vice President for Business Affairs Neal 
Donaldson was stricken with illness midway 
through the school year, and Mr. C. E. Bald- 
win was named acting vice president to 
serve during Mr. Donaldson's four-month 



absence. 

Through the efforts of Mr. Donaldson and 
Mr. Baldwin, the Office of Business Affairs 
coordinated all phases of the University pro- 
gram in which financial matters were con- 
cerned. The office was responsible for ac- 
counting and budgetary control, operation 
and maintenance of the physical plant and 
grounds, purchasing, and the operation of 
auxiliary enterprises and services. 

During the year, the division carried out 
an active program in helping to meet the 
existing energy crisis. 




Mr. Neal Donaldson checks Ihe blue prints for a building renovation project. 



Academics/Administration 171 




Vice President Donald R. Feltner listens to discussion at one of the many special Centennial Year meetings he conducted. 

Centennial Year Dominates Public Affairs 



The Centennial Year presented numerous 
and challenging opportunities for the Office 
of Public Affairs in interpreting and pro- 
moting the programs and goals of the Uni- 
versity. 

Vice President for Public Affairs Donald 
R. Feltner outlined many of the plans for the 
year-long observance at the Faculty Day 
convocation in August and solicited the sup- 
port of the entire University community in 
promoting the Centennial theme in both 
regular and special activities throughout 
the year. 

Special activities were the order of the 
year. A Bicentennial Dinner in the fall initi- 
ated the hectic pace that was to follow. The 
dedication of the Jane F. Campbell Building 
and its Clarence H. Gifford Theatre and 
Fred P. Giles Gallery in January was fol- 
lowed a month later by the reopening of the 
Fitzpatrick, Gibson and Ault buildings. 

Founders Day on March 20 marked the 
sixty-eighth year of Eastern's founding as a 
state institution and Joe Creason, Courier- 
Journal columnist addressed this event. 



In addition to a variety of renowned art- 
ists and lecturers brought to the campus by 
the Center Board, the University's Centen- 
nial Committee, chaired by vice presidents 
John D. Rowlett and Feltner, selected the 98 
out-standing alumni and 25 top athletes in 
the history of higher education here. They 
were honored at special banquets held in 
April and May. The Committee also spon- 
sored the Centennial Ball on May 3 which 
featured the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. 

A Centennial Pageant entitled, "The Spirit 
of Eastern," written and directed by Eben 
Henson, director of the Pioneer Playhouse, 
was presented May 1 and 2 with a cast of 
students and faculty members. Coordinat- 
ing this event was the Office of Public Af- 
fairs. 

All publications published during the 
year carried the Centennial Year theme. 
Both the football field and basketball court 
were painted with Centennial devices. 
Newspaper, radio and television stations 
throughout Kentucky were instrumental in 
the promotion campaign, using materials 



172 Academics/Administration 




provided by the Division of Public Infor- 
mation, which, itself, experienced a pro- 
ductive year with a wide array of publica- 
tions and news activities. Television news 
service was enhanced by a minor reorgan- 
ization of the division and the addition of 
a cinematographer to the staff. 

The Division of Alumni Affairs experi- 
enced a banner year for it was on Alumni 
Day that the deed to the Chapel of Medita- 
tion was presented to the University and a 
statue by world-famed sculptor, Dr. Felix 
deWeldon, was dedicated and given as a 
gift from alumni and friends. These were the 
results of the first major capital gifts pro- 
gram in Eastern's history. And Homecoming 
presented the theme, "A Century of Memo- 
ries." The alumni rolls increased to 26,000. 

The Division of University-School Rela- 
tions, in addition to directing the Univer- 
sity's successful recruiting program, super- 
vised numerous special activities for high 
school groups including Band Day and 
speech, drama, debate and music festivals, 
and the summer high school band camp 
program. 

Increased activity and improved services 
were again offered through the Division of 
Placement during the year. 



Above: J. W. Thurman checks a record card on one of Eastern's 26,000 graduates. Below: Doug Whitlock. 
director of public information, crops color transparencies for an EKU publication. 



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Academics/Administration 173 



CUC Offers A Variety Of Programs To Students 



Continued expansion and development of 
Central University College programs was 
maintained by Dean Clyde J. Lewis. 

Offering a selection of classes under its 
general studies program, the CUC Depart- 
ments of science, English, humanities, social 
science, and physical education worked 
toward an intergrated program which would 
expose students to various aspects of life. 
This innovative program tended to stress 
likenesses among men rather than their dif- 



ferences. In this busy, fast-moving society, 
CUC tried, through its offerings, to bring to 
students an inner awareness of man. 

Central University College provided in- 
coming freshmen an opportunity for pre- 
registration and early academic advising. 
These services were designed to be helpful 
to new students unfamiliar with college life. 
Acquainting new students with Eastern's 
campus during the summer was aimed at 
less confusion during registration week. 



Dean Clyde |. Lewis explains general 
studies requirements to a CUC student. 




174 Academics/Central University College 




Left: In biological science lab, students are 
introduced to the many species of the animal 
world. Below: Physical education is an im- 
portant part in the fitness program of fresh- 
men women. 




Academics/Central University College 175 




Above: Students in GSP 281 work 
diligently to answer study questions 
about the effects of alcohol on one's 
health. Right: Mr. Quinn instructs 
his introductory swimming class in 
the correct way to float. 



176 Academics/Central University College 




Left: Dr. Nancy Riffe discusses with Sand} Black- 
burn the specific steps necessary in composing 
and writing a descriptive essay. Below: Anne 
Brooks. Chairrmin of the General Studies Humani- 
ties program, analyzes the apparent similarities of 
different cultures' awareness of responsibililj 




fr 

Academics/Central University College 177 



Right: Incoming freshmen often find that college 
exams require intense concentration. Below: General 
Science classes frequently meet outside to study 
nature in its true setting. 





178 Academics/Central University College 





Above: During summer orientation. Sk ip 
Daugherty describes the facilities available in 
the bookstore to pre-registering freshmen. Left: 
Dr. Yang compares the historical background 
of different societies during his Man. Culture, 
and Society class. 



Academics/Central University College 179 



Arts and Technology 
Continues Development 

Continued growth in enrollment, as well 
as expanded facilities, highlighted greater 
development in the College of Applied Arts 
and Technology. Dr. William Sexton, dean of 
the college, initiated curricula advance- 
ment in all departments. 

The main emphasis in the Department of 
Agriculture surrounded the purchase of a 
new laboratory farm to be used by students 
for research purposes. 

The merger of two previously separate 
departments led to the formation of the De- 
partment of Industrial Education and Tech- 
nology. During the second semester this 
department occupied the newly renovated 
Fitzpatrick Building. 

Degree offerings in the Home Economics 
department were expanded when a bacca- 
laureate degree in fashion and an associate 
degree in dietetic technology were added to 
the curricula. 

Enrollment kept increasing in the Depart- 
ment of Nursing as the scope of study 
widened. The first Bachelor of Science in 
Nursing was awarded to graduates in the 
spring. 

Awaiting the completion of its new educa- 
tional facilities, the School of Law Enforce- 
ment further developed its academic pro- 
gramming. 



Right: Dr. William Sexton, Dean of the College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, listens attentively and considers the feasibility of a 
proposed program. 




180 Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 




Top left: Gary Witt, a student in a technical drawing class, learns 
that precision counts. Bottom left: Concentration is seen on the 
face of John Hunter as he operates a lathe during a metals lab. 
Below: Doug Haley learns that caution must be exercised when 
using a router to reshape wood. 




Merger Creates 
New Department 

Through the comhination of two previous- 
ly independent departments, the Depart- 
ment of Industrial Education and Tech- 
nology was created in the fall of 1973. Under 
the direction of Dr. Clyde Craft, this merger 
offered the students a more diverse and 
adequate background in their prospective 
fields. 

The Fitzpatrick Building was renovated 
this year and now houses the laboratories 
for electronics, crafts, and graphic arts as 
well as several classrooms and offices. 

Over the summer the department offered 
workshops in the areas of trade and techni- 
cal occupations, orientation and survey, 
metrication and metrology, and supervision 
in technical information. 



Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 181 



LEN Offers Course 
On Educational TV 

For the first time, the School of Law En- 
forcement, in conjunction with the Division 
of Instructional Services, produced a class- 
room series to be shown on educational tele- 
vision. The course, which was designed for 
credit, gave instruction to policemen and 
law enforcement majors in many fields but 
with the emphasis on communication and 
psychology. 

The School of Law Enforcement received 
a $601,533 federal grant to finance and sup- 
port graduate education, curriculum re- 
search and development, and manpower 
research related to the criminal justice 
system. 



Right: [erry Miller instructs Wayne Williams on how to read the 
data supplied by the driver and traffic safety equipment. Below: 
In law enforcement it is important to know about [he operation 
and control of equipment. 





182 Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 





Above: James Allman has 
the job of writer and camera 
instructor in a new law en- 
forcement classroom series 
to be shown on educational 
television. Left: Hugh Byrd 
discusses with student Patti 
Tackett the proper operation 
and safety procedures to be 
used in handling firearms. 



Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 183 



Right: |im Grover puts to use the 
knowledge he acquired about the 
intricate parts of a motor. Below: 
After clipping and picking, Mar- 
quetta Sizemore and Mary Bunch 
complete their flower arrange- 
ments. 





184 Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 




Ag Department Buys 
New Lab Farm 



An increase in the physical facilities and 
in enrollment were seen in the Department 
of Agriculture. A 640-acre farm was pur- 
chased by the University to be used by the 
department. Plans developed to move dairy 
and beef cattle and a swine herd to the lab- 
oratory farm which will provide valuable 
work experiences for agriculture students. 

Women comprised 10 percent of the total 
enrollment in the department, a 50 percent 
increase over last year. Ornamental horti- 
culture, including studies on flower pro- 
duction and arrangement, interested many 
women. 



Left: While repairing an engine in agricultural mechanics. lohnny 
Maupin (left) and Darvin Sebastian find that cooperation gets the 
job done quicker. Below: Beth Clare, one of the women ag majors, 
keeps proper records on her experimental animal. 




Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 185 



First BSN Students 
Graduate From EKU 



The first group of nursing students to earn 
a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree 
were graduated from Eastern this past year. 
These students were admitted to the BSN 
program the year in which the Meditation 
Chapel was dedicated, therefore the nursing 
students and faculty selected the chapel 
theme for the cap and pin. 

Nursing students participated in practical 
work experiences at various hospitals and 
other health care facilities in central Ken- 
tucky. Areas in which the students helped 
were medical-surgical nursing, obstetrics, 
and community health. 



Right: Part of the nursing student's training includes practical 
work in the obstetrical unit of a hospital. Below: Giving shots re- 
quires a gentle touch as Linda Sims, a nursing student, discovers. 







Above: Nursing students Claudia 
Marshall and Neesia McCane prepare 
the proper medication for patients, fol- 
lowing instructions from the charts. Left: 
Shirley Pace and Sarah Rawlings find 
that screening children and talking with 
them can help things run more smoothly. 



Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 187 



New Courses Widen Home Ec Offerings 



Under the direction of Dr. Roberta Hill, 
the Home Economics Department began of- 
fering two new programs of study to its stu- 
dents. In the first program the student work- 
ed toward receiving an associates degree in 
nutrition care or dietetic technology. The 
curriculum for this program, based on guide- 
lines of the American Dietetic Association, 
prepared students for a profession in hospi- 
tals and institutions involving health care. 



Another new program emphasized design, 
merchandising, or communication and co- 
ordination of fashions in clothing. Graduates 
in this major accepted responsibility for the 
coordiantion of clothing offerings within a 
store and communication of these through 
various advertising media. 

This past summer Eastern was the site for 
the twenty-eighth annual state conference of 
the Future Homemakers of America. 




Top: Effie Creamer discusses Ihe nutrient values of foods with students during 
a program presented by the American Dairy Association. Below: Textiles stu- 
dents choose appropriate fabric samples to coordinate a room arrangement. 
Right: Dr. Roberta Hill considers a student's question during a nutrition class. 



188 Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 



Left: Design students discuss many 
aspects such as color and light in 
interior decoration. Below left: With 
rising food prices women and men 
alike need to learn the principles of 
food preparation and management. 
Karen Bailey demonstrates the prepa- 
ration of meats. Below right: Eugene 
Warner displays techniques of salad 
preparation. 




Academics/Applied Arts And Technology 189 



Dean Frederic Ogden studies intently the 
plans for his two new interdisciplinary pro- 
grams in his college. 




Arts and Sciences Opens New Programs 



Under the direction of Dean Fred Ogden, 
two interdisciplinary programs were initiat- 
ed by the College of Arts and Sciences in the 
areas of transportation and the performing 
arts. The transportation introduced students 
to as wide a variety as possible of subject 
area and prepared them to meet the various 
expanding job and skill requirements in this 
relatively new field. Professors from eight 
different academic departments provided 
lecturers and participants for the study of an 
ever-growing technology. 

The dedication of the Jane F. Campbell 
Fine Arts Building caused great expansion in 
the fields of drama, music, and art. It created 
room for another new program — that of per- 



forming arts. This interdisciplinary program 
was developed by the departments of music 
and art. 

Part of the programming in music, art. and 
drama, second semester was in cooperation 
with the Centennial Committee, and the 
planning of a week long Festival of the Arts 
in April. Students and faculty from all de- 
partments participated in various aspects of 
the celebration. 

Arts and Sciences also welcomed the addi- 
tion of a new department to its curricula this 
year. The Department of Communications, 
with Dr. James Harris as it's chairman, re- 
sulted from the merger of broadcasting, 
journalism, and mass communications. 



190 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




Sociology Departments 
Sponsor Guest Speaker 

Extending its name to the Department of 
Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, 
the department continued the reorganization 
and expansion of its class offerings as well 
as its faculty. Faculty members and students 
were active in the Richmond community, 
applying the techniques and theories de- 
veloped in their classrooms. A special guest 
speaker from India presented a lecture spon- 
sored by the department in November. 
Speaking on population control, Dr. Chandra 
Sekar emphasized various demographic 
views in relation to population growth and 
expansion. 



Left: Bill Seip, a social work major, takes precise notes in his re- 
search problems class. Below: Debbie Greene presents a topic of 
her own interest to her human problems class. 




Academics/Arts and Sciences 191 




Drama Moves; 
English Travels 

Public relations, sales training, advertis- 
ing, radio and television were a few of the 
areas in which drama and speech served as a 
foundation. The Department of Speech and 
Drama, with Dr. Richard Benson as its head, 
moved into the new facilities at the Jane F. 
Campbell Building in February. 

The Department of English, under the 
direction of Dr. Kelly Thurman, again or- 
ganized an educational tour of Wales, Scot- 
land, and England. Students, accompanied 
by Dr. Robert Burkhart, visited historical 
sights where many famous authors had lived 
and done their work. 



Top: Miss Mary Anne Walsh shows her Drama 231 class how (o 
use gestures and facial expressions in their scene. Right: This 
English major stops momentarily for a last minute review before 
he goes to his class in Wallace. 




192 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




Merger Creates 

Communications 

Department 

The journalism, broadcasting, and instruc- 
tional television classes were drawn to- 
gether and revised to create the new Com- 
munications Department. The Department, 
under the chairmanship of James Harris, 
offered a Bachelor of Arts in broadcasting, 
journalism, and for the first time, a minor in 
broadcasting. 

Contact with organizations such as the 
Kentucky Press Association and the Ken- 
tucky Broadcasting Association enabled the 
faculty to update their classes and better 
prepare the student to function well in pro- 
fessional settings after graduation. 



Left: Roy Wassen maneuvers his camera into position during a 
filming session at the EKU television studio. Below: Dave Gibson 
interviews one of his instructors as a practice for TV commentating. 




Academics/Arts and Sciences 193 



Regional Conference 
Held In Chemistry 

Under the direction of Dr. Harry Smiley, 
the Department of Chemistry offered areas 
of study in analytical, biochemistry, inor- 
ganic, organic, and physical chemistry. Stu- 
dents attended several seminars on subjects 
relating to the field of chemistry. 

On April 18-20, the Southeastern Regional 
Conference of the American Chemical So- 
ciety held its undergraduate meeting, at 
Eastern. Many students presented papers at 
the conference. Guest speakers also gave 
talks on special topics of research. A ban- 
quet was enjoyed by all at the end of the con- 
ference. 



Left: The knowledge of distillation thai Noi Chiaravanond and 
Karen Mason learn in Physical Chemistry will someday aid them 
in their future working world. Below: Pam Smith, in her quantalive 
analysis class, demonstrates how important accuracy of measure- 
ment is in chemistrv. 







Top: Carefully observing results from test materials, Bonnie Odle 
and Benita Sabi spend another of many hours in the study of micro- 
biology. Above: Bill Owings checks his notes to see whether he has 
reported correctly the results of his lab tests. 



Biology Adds Programs 

The Department of Biological Sciences, 
under the direction of Dr. Edwin Hess, open- 
ed up three new degree programs — enviro- 
nmental resources, microbiology, and an as- 
sociate program in medical laboratory tech- 
nology. 

In the spring, a seminar on Sanitation and 
Disease Control was held in conjunction 
with the Nursing Association. The seminar, 
headed by Dr. Raymond O'tero, explained 
to many interested people the necessity of 
sanitation in professional life and in the 
home. 

May Woods, an area of land to be used as 
an environmental education center, was 
purchased. Other environmental projects 
include research at Wilgreen Lake; fish and 
wildlife conservation methods; and several 
books written bv faculty members. 



Academics/ Arts and Sciences 195 



Art Department 
Moves To Campbell 



Dedicated to the creative study of the fine 
arts, design, and art education, the Depart- 
ment of Art offered its students the oppor- 
tunity to work with qualified instructors and 
excellent facilities. Faculty and students 
worked together to give projects a balance of 
traditional and contemporary styles. 

With the opening of a new fine arts build- 
ing, the art department moved its studios 
from the basement of Cammack to the well- 
equipped facilities in the Campbell Build- 
ing. The new Fred P. Giles Gallery provided 
a place for student art exhibitions, as well as 
professional displays. 



Below: Mr. Shirulelbower advises freshman Leslie Wilson about 
artistic techniques of value sketches in his Drawing 101 class. Right: 
While investigating several sculpting methods learned in her art 
class. Cecie Chenault searches for self expression. 





19fi Academics/Arts and Sciences 



Left: Mr. Earl Thomas, a specialist on the clarinet, instructs Mary 
Downy about the proper finger positioning for a C-flat, Below: 
Kathy Hensely and Phil korni>> confer on the translation of their 
Spanish assignment. 




Music, Languages 
Sponsor Conferences 



The Department of Music moved into 
more abundant facilities in the new fane 
F. Campbell Building, and acquired several 
new faculty members. The department also 
sponsored workshops and made seventy- 
five musical presentations this year. 

The twenty-third Annual Mountain Inter- 
state Foreign Language Conference gathered 
on Eastern's campus during October. Speak- 
ers and experts from all foreign language 
fields presented major papers pretaining to 
their respective fields. The Foreign Lan- 
guage Department also sponsored a travel- 
study program to Mexico. The students tak- 
ing advantage of this program received aca- 
demic credit while visiting Mexico. 




Academics/Arts and Sciences 197 



Departments Share 
Community Interests 

Continuing to show an interest in the wel- 
fare of the community, the Geography De- 
partment, under chairman Joseph Schwen- 
denian, developed a weather station to sup- 
ply the data for the publication of Tempera- 
ture and Precipition Characteristics of Rich- 
mond and Madison County. Other projects 
included an official city map of the High- 
ways and Roads of Madison County, which 
was published to sell. 

Dr. Donald Haney, chairman of the De- 
partment of Geology added a new associate 
program in geological engineering to his de- 
partment. Students and faculty members 
took a field trip to the West during Christ- 
mas break and held seminars with the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. 

Right: Dale Monsebraten explains applications of statistical 
methods in geography. Below: Students in geology lest the radiation 
count in various specimens of rocks. 







Departments Advance 
In Many Areas 



More students enrolled in philosophy in 
1973-74 than had ever before at Eastern. 
There are now six faculty members in the 
Philosophy Department and four courses in 
religion. 

The History Department, housed in the 
University Building, offered twenty-eight 
different classes this year. Some of the class- 
es visited historic Shakertown to view their 
relatively unchanging life style. 

The Political Science Department con- 
tinued to offer special classes designed to 
train personnel for employment in state 
agencies. "Management for Local Govern- 
ments" was the center of activity in the De- 
partment of Political Science. Grants were 
given to assist local government officials 
throughout Kentucky. 



Above: This coed refers to her book to make sure she understands 
what the professor is explaining. Left: Answering study guides 
helps history students better understand the text material. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 199 



Course Offerings 
Expanded; Improved 



Courses were expanded and improved in 
Dr. Bennie Lane's, Department of Mathe- 
matics, and were made more specific, ac- 
cording to the individual's interests and 
needs. In April, the department hosted the 
Kentucky session of the Mathematical As- 
sociation of America. 

Under the direction of Dr. Ted George, 
the Physics Department placed an emphasis 
on skill in using computer, laboratory and 
undergraduate research. Two professors, Dr. 
Jerry Faughn and Dr. Karl Kuhn, wrote a 
book of simplified physics titled. Physics 
is Phun. 



Right: Sometimes difficult math problems cause students to bite 
nails. Bottom: Mike Murphy helps one of his students transfer 
a dangerous chemical into another container. 




200 Academics/Arts and Sciences 



Psychology Department Offers New Class 



Working to keep the ever-expanding psy- 
chology offerings up to date, the Psychology 
Department, under the direction of James 
Lee, continued reworking its classes. A new 
course in clinical psychology was offered in 
order to give an overall view of the field. 



To decrease the load level of students 
using a single piece of equipment, more ex- 
perimental apparatuses were purchased for 
the laboratories. Several members publish- 
ed various articles throughout the year deal- 
ing with many facets of psychology. 





Left: This experimental Holtzman rat investigates the removal of 
a light stimulus during an exercise in the Skinner box. Above: 
Linda Engle, a student in Psychology 301, prepares to place her rat 
in an experimental chamber for observation. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 201 



Business Offers New 
Associate Programs 

Five new associate degree programs were 
implemented into the College of Business 
this year. These included a degree in ac- 
counting with three options — financial, 
municipal and health care agency, as well as 
data processing, management, real estate, 
and retailing. 

Acting Dean, Donald Shadoan, supervised 
the addition of new programs and expansion 
of the total business curricula. Students 
were offered majors in business education 
covering the fields of accounting, general 
business, and secretarial; in business ad- 
ministration with emphasis on office ma- 
chines, secretarial practice, shorthand, type- 
writing and office management; and ten as- 
sociate programs. 



Right: Timed dictation exercises help shorthand students increase 
their speed- Below: Adding machines are often of great assistance 
to the secretary or accounting major. 





Above: Data processing tapes require less time 
and space than previous paper files. Left: Sue 
Keith checks Pam Tale's typing speed test fur 




Academics/Business 203 




Above: ferry Sapp. Gary Kopp and Char- 
ley Gillespie observe the importance of 
correct figures with Harold Latham dur- 
ing an auditing class. Right: Janette \Va\ 
uses shorthand in her business courses 
as well as in other classes. 




204 Academics/Business 






Left: Taking dictation quick k is .1 neces- 
usiness administration. 
Below Left: Bo Pree Townsend learns 
lhal practice is .in integral part ol good 
typing Below Right: Form 104(1 causes 
confusion lo this student in her income 
tax accounting class. 




Academics/Business 205 



Business Students Learn Equipment, Skills 




206 Academics/Business 




Left: Tari Okrohlica. left, and a class- 
mate take notes in a shorthand class. 
Below: Mike Bradley receives typewriter 
maintenance instructions from his 
teacher. 



Academics/Business 207 




Dr. Dixon Barr checks his files for information concerning the new 
programming in the College of Education. 



208 Academics/Education 



Education Completes Self -Study 



The College of Education kept in step with 
the institutional activity of self-study during 
the year, adding their own study for the 
National Council for the Accreditation for 
Teacher Education to that for the Southern 
Association of Colleges and Schools. 

Dr. Dixon Barr, dean of the college, point- 
ed out that NCATE accreditation was im- 
portant on an institutional basis since East- 
ern had maintained an emphasis on the 
preparation of teachers even through the 
diversification of academic programs during 



recent years. 

Conferences and workshops were spon- 
sored throughout the year by the different 
departments to keep students and faculty up 
to date on modern teaching methods. The 
college also produced several educational 
television programs which were used to 
demonstrate various techniques necessary 
for the teaching process. 



One task of an elementary teacher is the explanation of malhemati 
cal concepts to primary students. 




Academics/Education 209 



Education Stresses Instructional Media 



Through the use of instructional media, 
education students learned a variety of 
available ways to enhance their classroom 
teaching. Teachers compensated for the 
many different aspects of world-wide cul- 
ture and by implementing auditory, visual, 
and perceptual aides into their individual 



lesson plans. These mediums provided edu- 
cational value, paralleled by first-hand in- 
vestigations only, and were stressed heavily 
in the learning curriculum. 



Paula Aydt learns the value of using films for the individualized 
instruction of elementarv students. 




210 Academics/Education 




Elaine Wingo views Piaget's tasks from a filmstrip shown in her education class. 



Academics/Education 211 



Teachers Specialize In Many Areas 



Two basic course programs, elementary 
and secondary education, were offered for 
general education teachers at Eastern. In 
elementary education, there were a variety 
of courses in which students could special- 
ize, including kindergarten, mental re- 
tardation, learning disorders, librarianship, 
and physical education. 

In secondary education, the courses were 



designed to help students become respon- 
sible and effective teachers. The curriculum 
gave students more concentration and depth 
in one or more teaching fields. They could 
choose from approximately thirty areas in 
which to specialize. 



Karen King and Jerry Shotwell concentrate on ways in which to 
explore science. 




212 Academics/Education 





Above: Anne Hazelrigg, Cancly Weaver, 
and Carol Fury practice the "discovery 
method" of science. Left: Diana demons, 
]udy Hansford, and Vickie Wright study 
geometric designs by constructing tangeo- 
grams. 



Academics/Education 213 



Above: Sludent teachers often invent 
their own indoor games for students. 
This one uses a deck of cards in a 
game of chance selection. Right: 
Margaret Wyler takes her pre-school 
children out for active games, even 
in chilly weather. 




214 Academics/Education 




Students Prepare For 
Teaching Careers 



The courses in education offered at East- 
ern were designed to help students hecome 
responsible teachers. Students observed 
and participated in class activities from nur- 
sery school through the twelfth grade. Each 
semester, student teachers were placed in 
various schools around the Commonwealth 
and their home regions. Actual field expe- 
rience qualified the seniors to become full- 
fledged teachers upon graduation. 



Left: Head slarl children find lots of interesting places when they 
play outdoors. Below: Ellen Searcy keeps all of her students in- 
trigued during storytime in her class. 




Academics/Education 21c 



PE Majors Have 
Active Schedules 



Programs in physical education at Eastern 
were designed to give each student a number 
of choices within his field of interest. Stu- 
dents majored in physical education and 
also pursued further course work according 
to their personal goals. They took such 
courses as anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, 
and administration. With abundant intra- 
mural facilities, physical education and 
recreation majors served as referees and 
supervisors for intramural sports' activities. 
Some were trainers and managers for EKU's 
intercollegiate teams. 

Right: Part of the physical education curriculum deals with teach- 
ing recreational activities to handicapped individuals. Below: Dr. 
Gerald Calkin and Bob Sanderson stand ready to assist this student 
as he makes a forward dive from the trampoline over the horse. 





216 Academics/Education 








Health Interests 
Are In Ecology 

In its second year of environmental sani- 
tation, the Department of Health Education 
continued studying the ecological factors 
in Richmond and Madison County. The de- 
partment, under the direction of Dr. Herman 
Bush, held three major workshops this year 
with a total of approximately 33 guest 
speakers. 

Above: Learning the different parts of the human body is an essen- 
tial part of health education. Left: Steve Raabe gathers sample of 
a stagnant bog for bacteria tests. 



Academics/Education 217 



Increased Enrollment Boosts Grad School 



Doubling its enrollment within the past 
five years, Eastern's Graduate School, under 
the supervision of Acting Dean Charles Gib- 
son, awarded more graduate degrees this 
year than any previous time. 

A major aspect which increased the desir- 
ability of attending graduate school at 
Eastern was the diversity in course schedul- 
ing. The full-time graduate student, had most 
of his classes during the regular school day; 
while the part-time graduate student, was 
employed during the day and attended 
classes at night. 



Assistantships through each department 
offered the graduate student an opportunity 
to reduce the cost of his schooling. These 
assistantship positions included teaching 
and lab experiences for which the graduate 
student became responsible. 

The strength of Eastern's graduate 
program was in the intergration between 
undergraduate and graduate students, fac- 
ulty, and classes. Better communication was 
beneficial since it tended to encourage the 
students at undergraduate level to continue 
through graduate school. 



Dr. Charles Nelson questions his graduate 
Spanish class — "No hable espanol?" 




218 Academics/Graduate School 




Left: Due to the increasing graduate enrollment. Act- 
ing Dean Charles Gibson sees that accurate records 
are kept up to date. Below: Joy Combs, a graduate 
assistant, relies on her stopwatch during a typing 
speed test. 




Academics/Graduate School 219 




Tim McCann. leading his graduate class in a discussion of a film, contemplates a remark concerning the complications of today's society. 
220 Academics/Graduate School) 





Left: By grading exams, graduate assistant Cindy Ball helps her professor 
compute mid-term averages. Above: Jerry Walker and Jim Woodring con- 
tinue their scientific research by training a rat to respond to various stimuli. 



Academics/Graduate School 221 



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School Health Major 
In Hall of Fame 

Mrs. Linda K. Walters, a school health 
major and special education minor, is the 
1974 Hall-of-Fame entry. She was nominated 
by the College of Education; and has main- 
tained an academic standing of 3.6. 

Mrs. Walters demonstrated excellent 
leadership and academic achievement 
throughout her college career. She was a 
member of Eta Sigma Gamma, the Health, 
Physical Education, and Recreation Club, 
and the Special Education Club. She has 
worked with the School of Hope and served 
as a supervisor of the Robinson Terrace City 
Park. 

Each of the four academic colleges sub- 
mitted nominations for the coveted award. 
A secret committee appointed by President 
Martin made the final selection based on the 
highest scholarship, leadership, and service 
to the University. 




Honors/Hall of Fame 225 



Colleges Name 
Honor Roll List 

Headed by Stephen Dutschke, an account- 
ing major with a perfect 4.0 standing, this 
year's Honor Rollees obtained an average 
grade point standing of 3.83. Other members 
included Richard Fury, a pre-medical sci- 
ence major with a 3.98 average; Victor Ryan 
Hannon, an industrial education major with 
3.83 GPA; and Linda K. Walters, a school 
health major with a 3.6 standing. 

Each of the four academic deans submit- 
ted nominations for the 1974 Honor Roll on 
the basis of the students' grade point stand- 
ing and leadership ability. The Honor Roll- 
ees were recognized for their outstanding 
achievements in the classroom, in campus 
organizations, and in University-related 
extra-curricular activities. 

Right: STEPHEN DUTSCHKE, Accounting. 
Below: VICTOR RYAN HANNAN, Industri- 
al Education. 








26 Honors/Honor Rol 




Honors/Honor Rol 



Milestone Announces Senior Citations 



Honoring distinguished ability, leader- 
ship, and accomplishments in extra-curric- 
ular activities, The Milestone awarded Se- 
nior Citations in the areas of community ser- 
vice, student publications, military, sports, 
music, student government, and Greek men 



and women of the year. 

Seniors receiving these honors were nomi- 
nated by the organization sponsors and 
heads of the departments. The final choices 
were made by a secret committee composed 
of students, f acultv, and administration. 



Left: COMMUNITY SERVICE. 
FRONT ROW. Judy Perkins 
and Jo Anne Rice Lovvman. 
SECOND ROW: Martha Faye 
Sands. Mary Joyce Grider, and 
Jayne Marlowe. BACK ROW: 
Steven Hurley and Mark 
Smith. 




228 Honors/Senior Citations 




Above: STUDENT PUBLICATIONS. 
Fawn Conley. Dave Sullivan. Jim Ross, 
im Shepherd. Karen Brown, and Evenna 
Betz. Left: GREEK MAN AND WOMAN. 
John Lanier and Sue Otto. 



Honors/Senior Citations 229 



Below: WOMEN'S ATHLETICS. 
FRONT ROW: Kay Johnson, Lee Ann 
Thurmond, Jan McNulty, Jody Low- 
man, and Patti Murrell. BACK ROW: 
Dusty Chandler. Patricia Erwin. and 
Dianne Jones. Right: MEN'S ATH- 
LETICS. FRONT ROW: Dan Watson 
and Jerry Young. BACK ROW: Bi 
Froman. Marshall Bush. Kevin Miles 
Dave Theiler and Ralph Coldiron. 




230 Honors/Senior Citations 





Above: MILITARY SCIENCE. 
Bill Hughes. Kenneth Hack- 
worth. Standford Mullen, Ken- 
neth Keen. Davis Tindoll. lr. 
Jeffrey Magers. David Neal. 
and Kenneth Steggeman. Left: 
STUDENT GOVERNMENT: 
Steve Slade and Barhara 
Rii ke 



Honors/Senior Citations 231 



Thirty-Eight Seniors 
Named To Who's Who 

The 1973-74 edition of Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges con- 
tained the names and accomplishments of 
thirty-eight Eastern seniors. These students, 
recognized for their outstanding ability in 
scholarship, leadership, and service, were 
nominated by the heads of their respective 
colleges and departments. Final selections 
were made by a special faculty committee 
and forwarded to the National Who's Who 
for approval. 



Right: JOANN JEFFERS, Accounting. Below: 
LEE ANN THURMOND, Physical Education. 





232 Honors/Who's Who 






Top: JAMES A. CHEEK, Mathematics. Left: 
CINDY STEWART, Sociology/Anthropology. 
Above: KATHRYN T. VENABLE, English. 



Honors/Who's Who 233 




234 Honors/Who's Who 




Honors/Who's Who 235 




Above: ANDREA ROUTLEDGE, Math- 
ematics. Right: CAROLINE KINSOLV- 
ING, Business. 




236 Honors/Who's Who 



Left: RICHARD FURY, Biologv. Below: 
RUTH ALLEN HAYS, English. Bottom: DEB- 
BIE PEARSON, Accounting. 




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Honors/Who's Who 237 



Below: DIANE JONES, Physical Education. 
Right: HAROLD YOUNG, TANYA MOORES 
(not pictured), Music. Bottom: SHARON 
ZIMMERMAN, English. 







Top: BARBARA RICKE, Interior Design. 
Left: MARK SMITH, History. Above: JODY 
RICE LOWMAN, Physical Education. 



Honors/Who's Who 239 



Above: WILLIAM HUGHES, Pre-Medica 
Science. Right: MARY LORIE SCHOLL 
Mathematics. 




240 Honors/Who's Who 




Left: JAYNE MARLOWE, Law 
Enforcement. Below: ROBERT 
DOUGHTY, Political Science. 



Honors/Who's Who 241 




Above: KAPPA IOTA EPSILON. FRONT ROW: Ted 
Weingartner, Jay A. Bressert, Ronald Leonhardt, John 
Mize, Thurman Thorpe. Gary Wilder, president. 
SECOND ROW: Greg Rowe, Jack Parlin. Gregory 
Irwin, Greg Sievert. Mitch Spaulding, Gene Gibson. 
THIRD ROW: Phillip Koenig, Mark Pike, David 
Tingle. Robert Dunn. Vernon Vaughn, Stephen 
Wagner, Michael Fair, Roy Bugg, secretary-trea- 
surer. Right: CWENS. FRONT ROW: Gerri Hollen- 
camp, Karen Bailey, Sheila Showalter. Diane Rains, 
Becky Silvers. Suzanne Klein. SECOND ROW: Martha 
Ambrose. Carol Partridge, Benita Sabie, ritual chair- 
man: Sandy Dick, Kathi Monn. president. THIRD 
ROW: Pat Forsythe, Gerri Godby, secretary: Laura 
Gabhart. Lois Cannon. Palti )ames. FOURTH ROW: 
Nancy Perkins. Connie Kaiser, treasurer: Lola Barge, 
Linda Powers. Becky Giltner. vice-president. 




242 Honors/Honoraries 



Honor Societies Promote Service 



Encouraging scholarship, leadership, and 
service was the primary purpose of Eastern's 
honor societies. Each honorary strived to 
round out collegiate life by promoting in- 
volvement in extra-curricular, as well as, 
academic endeavors. 

Collegiate Pentacle, the senior women's 
honorary, spent much of the year aiding St. 
Mark's School in various projects designed 
to raise money for the purchase of new 
audio-visual equipment. Members also par- 
ticipated in the "Hanging of the Greens" 
and activities at Telford Community Center. 

Decorating the Keen Johnson ballroom for 
the Homecoming dance was the major 
service activity initiated by CWENS this 
year. The sophomore women's honor society 



also manned the ballot boxes at the student 
government elections and the elections of 
the homecoming queen candidates. 

The honor fraternity for men, Kappa Iota 
Epsilon, worked to develop character, and 
citizenship among its members. In the line 
of service, its members guided visiting high 
school students on tours of Eastern's campus. 



COLLEGIATE PENTACLE. FRONT ROW: Judy Combs, [ennifer 
Mockbee, Becky Phillips. Palli Rogers. Barbara Hannod. hislon'an, 
Cindy Stewart. SECOND ROW: Denise Elzy, Cindy Watkins. sec- 
retory, Marion Rhea Pennington, Dianne Jones, vice-president. 
Twelve Rebold. THIRD ROW: Barbara Banzhaf, Cathy Callas, 
Nancy Tassie. Carolyn Kinsolving, Mabel Criswell. sponsor. 
FOURTH ROW: Antoinette Elovitz. Alice Montgomery. Barbara 
Ann Hambly. treasurer, ]ean Herald, Elizabeth Mouyeos. Pamela 
Pack, Carol Fury, Debbie Pearson. FIFTH ROW: Sally Prather. 
Barb Pitakas, Lee Ann Thrumond. chop/uin. Martha Sands, Jenni- 
fer Daniel. Roxann Schlelein. )udy Schneider. Kathryn Hughlett. 




Honors/Honoraries 243 



AID— NSID Visits 
Furniture Marts 

Taking trips to various furniture marts 
around the country helped AID-NSID mem- 
bers learn much about interior design. They 
visited showrooms in Louisville, Chicago, 
and the Institute of Business Designers in 
High Point, North Carolina. The club also 
redecorated the Bank of Richmond and the 
new Telford Center. 

AID-NSID. FRONT ROW: Nancy Boggs. Palti Treadway, Cathryn 
Ann Carman. William Hellard, Teresa Venters, and Jackie 
Clevenger. SECOND ROW: Mary Branch. Marquetta Sizemore, 
Cathy Browning. Peggy Sharon, Barbara Ricke, treasurer, Ann 
Wingert. Patty Henson. THIRD ROW: Donald Gates, sponsor, 
Sheryl Green, Teresa Griffin, vice-president, Linda Witt, Jill 
Votaw. president, Jo Anna Peebles. 




Alpha Phi Gamma Plans Auction 



The national journalism honor society, 
Alpha Phi Gamma, planned an auction of 
the autographs and pictures of famous per- 
sons by last year's chapter. These included 
such people as movie stars, politicians, and 
military leaders. 

The advisor, Mr. Glen Kleine, and several 



other members attended the Associated 
Collegiate Press Convention, in Chicago in 
November. Mr. Kleine, serving his second 
term as the national president of Alpha Phi 
Gamma, gave a presentation to other ad- 
visors attending the convention. 



ALPHA PHI GAMMA. 
FRONT ROW: Mike 
Lynch. Lisa Collins, vice- 
president. Ruth Hayes, 
Kathy Gallaher, and 
Dave Gibson. SECOND 
ROW: Cathy Carman, 
Delma Francis, treasurer. 
Jan Hensley, secretary. 
Bill Stapelton, Gary 
Montgomery, and Jim 
Surbeck. THIRD ROW: 
Dan Quigg, president. 
Larry Littell. Ken Gul- 
lette, John Hitchcock, and 
Jim Shepherd. FOURTH 
ROW: Glen Kleine. ad- 
visor, Julie Hoyt. and 
T.G. Moore. 




244 Honors/Honoraries 




Kappa Delta Pi Promotes Professionalism 



Emphasizing the promotion of profession- 
alism in education majors was Kappa Delta 
Pi's primary purpose this year. The honor 
fraternity sponsored many special programs 
and speakers relating to new and developing 
patterns in education. 

The group, also, actively enjoyed several 
picnics and holiday parties. Greg Moore, 
president of the organization, represented 
the Delta Alpha chapter at the National 



Convocation for Kappa Delta Pi in New 
Orleans. 

KAPPA DELTA PI. FRONT ROW: Nancy Tassie. treasurer, Vicki 
Patrick, Jennifer Mockbee, Chris Moore. Patti Rogers. SECOND 
ROW: Gloria Lake. Cindy Watkins. Darla Vogelsang. Debbie Mc- 
Kinney, Denise Elzy, secretary. Cindy Thurman. THIRD ROW: 
Dorthy Tucker, Greg Moore, president. Elizabeth Mauyeos, 
Catherine Wilson. Antionetle Elovitz. FOURTH ROW: Peggy 
Maschmeyer. Roxann Schlelein, Darlene Ross. Cindy Fitzgerald. 
Kathy O'Nan. Lee Ann Thurmond. FIFTH ROW: Martha Sands. 
Jennifer Daniel, Terry Bromley. Betty Jackson. Mark Smith, vice- 
president. 



Honors/Honoraries 245 




PHI UPSILON OM1CRON. FRONT ROW: Margaret 
Mason, Dr. Effie Creamer, advisor; Carolyn Webb. Rusly 
Butler. Diane Wood. SECOND ROW: Cindy Tygrett, 
Rhonda Crowe, chaplain; Karla Strong: historian. 



Beatrice Risher, Debbie Reed. Peggy Hensley. recording 
secretary; Marsha Maupin, vice president. BACK ROW: 
Leslie Griffith. Linda Centers. Mary Joyce Grider. 
Karen Pickrell. librarian; Janet Baker. Jane Sparnon. 



Phi Upsilon Works In Community 



A newly established honor fra- 
ternity at Eastern was Phi Upsilon 
Omicron. Everyone in the field of 
Home Economics was invited to join 
the organization. Phi U strived to de- 
velop an attitude of professionalism 
among its members. 



Working with children enrolled in 
the 4-H program in Richmond gave 
many members an opportunity to ap- 
ply their education for the first time. 
Phi U also worked directly with the 
local extension agent in Madison 
County. 



24fi Honors/Honoraries 





Top: PI OMEGA PI. FRONT ROW: Carolyn Kinsolving, president, 
Janice Brewer, secretary, Karen Ramey, treasurer and Patty 
Marity, vice president. BACK ROW: Bertee Adkins, Myrena Jen- 
nings, sponsor, Sharon Lynn Slusher, Jerri Sellers, Deborah Hale 
and Edsel R. Mountz. sponsor. Above: KAPPA MU EPSILON. 
FRONT ROW: Ming-li Wu, Vinada M. King, Mary Lorie Scholl, 
president and Linda N. Dykes. SECOND ROW: Sandra Stahl, 
Linda Krauth, vice president, Rosann Viel. Twelve Rebold and 
Lora Billups. THIRD ROW: Jeanna Lorene Barnard. Ann Rout- 
ledge, secretary, James Cheek, treasurer, Laura Roller and Bobby 
Patterson. 



Honoraries Promote 
Professionalism 

Eastern's oldest honor fraternity, Pi 
Omega Pi, developed scholarship and 
fostered high ethical standards among busi- 
ness education and professional students in 
related fields. Members sponsored a money- 
making project in order to send delegates 
to the National Business Education Conven- 
tion. They also held the annual College of 
Business Christmas Dinner in December. 

Conducting help sessions for students hav- 
ing trouble in math was the major service 
activity for Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national 
mathematics honorary. They strived to en- 
courage more interest and promote new 
fields of employment in the area of math. 



Honors/Honoraries 247 




Phi Mu Alpha Sponsors Music Opportunities 



The professional fraternity for men in 
music. Phi Mu Alpha, cultivated the highest 
standard of creativity, education, research, 
and performance in the area of music in 
America. The Omicron Psi chapter donated 
long hours of work to the successful opera- 
tions of the Music Opportunities Day, the 
Solo and Ensemble Contest, and the KMEA 
Marching Band Contest. They, also, spon- 
sored a clinic for band directors and stu- 
dents interested in learning new methods 
and ideas in conducting bands. 



Members held a reception for the visiting 
band of Maynard Ferguson after their con- 
cert. The Sinfonia, also provided accom- 
paniment for contestants and guests in the 
"Miss Eastern" pageant. 



PHI MU ALPHA. FRONT ROW: Daniel Krueger. secretary. Steve 
Wood. Mike Insko, Jay Bressert. Ken Henry. Craig Harlje. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mike Brown. Paul Proffitl. [im Bowman. Jeff Middle- 
Ion. Stewart Phelps. Ralph Hopper. Chusk Jarrelt. president. 
THIRD ROW: Willard Sims. James Kent. Philip Shepherd. Tern- 
Thompson, treasurer. Jon David Claggett, Roger Holt. Guy Stephen 
Smith, |r. 



248 Honors/Honoraries 



Delta Omicron Receives Three National Awards 



Receiving three national awards in the 
fall — publicity, progress, and chapter effi- 
ciency — the Alpha Eta chapter of Delta 
Omicron was recognized for its increased 
development. An international music fra- 
ternity for women, the organization fostered 
fellowship through music on campus and 
the community. 

Throughout the year Delta Omicron per- 
formed at the Veteran's Hospital in Lexing- 
ton and the University of Cincinnati. They 
also presented programs at various rest 



homes and hospitals in the Richmond area. 
The major event of the year was the annual 
musical during American Music Month. 



DELTA OMICRON'. FRONT ROW: Leslie Ellioll. Ann Wagner. 
Becky Maegly. Cindy Thurman, treasurer. Pamela Shepherd, presi- 
dent. Page Blankenship. SECOND ROW: Earlene Watkins. Rhonda 
Warman. Linda Tincher, chaplain, Diana Oliver. Vicki Moon. 
Nancy McKenney, warden. THIRD ROW: Mary Downing. Emily 
Blevins. Marilyn Issacs. Fawn Asbury. Nancy Collon. Shirley 
Moser. Winnie |ohnson. historian, Jacque Verst. secretary. 
FOURTH ROW: Barbara Wilmore, Marry Lou Cole. Kay Sculch- 
Field, vice-president, Carolyn Van Gilder. Rebecca Haywood. 
Sandv Osborne. 




Honors, Honoraries 249 




Sociology Honorary Advances Student Interest 



Recognized for the first year on Eastern's 
cam,pus, the national sociology honor soci- 
ety, Alpha Kappa Delta, advanced student 
interest in professional practice. They 
scheduled several speakers throughout the 
year who discussed new developments in 
sociological research and new job oppor- 



tunities now available in the areas of soci- 
ology and social work. 

ALPHA KAPPA DELTA. FRONT ROW: Joanna Murrell. Becky 
Phillips. Faren Filut, president, Mary Eversole. secretary. Amiya 
Moshanty. advisor, Ben Stark. SECOND ROW: Pat McClain, Linda 
Jones. Cindy Stewart. Joyce Flora. Beth Jurek. Peggy Davis. Jeanne 
Boggess. THIRD ROW: Russell Hensley. Standford T. Mullen. Jr.. 
John Batts, Grover Murrell. Jan Hiett. 



250 Honors/Honoraries 




Psi Chi Sponsors 
Exchange Speakers 

After a period of reorganization, Psi Chi, 
the national honorary for students who 
studied psychology, contacted speakers from 
various departments and universities in an 
attempt to promote the diversification of 
interests among its members. They initiated 
several students into the nationally affliated 
societv. 



PSI CHI. FRONT ROW: Linda Cooper. Becky Phillips. Pam Houp. 
vice-president, Barb Harrod. president. SECOND ROW: Sharon 
Stephens, secretary. Jack Filut. Douglas Hindman, advisor. Judy 
Lang, treasurer. Barbara Wilmore. 



Scabbard and Blade Provides Saber Archway 



Blades were shining on Homecoming Day 
as members of Company K, 15th Regiment 
of Scabbard and Blade, national military 
honor society, formed the saber archway for 
the 15 queen candidates. It was also dis- 
played at the ceremonies for ROTC day and 
at the annual Military Ball. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE. FRONT ROW: Kenneth Hackworth, 
)eff Magers, executive officer, Bonnie Gray, sponsor. James Cheek, 
company commander. Davis Tindoll. Jr.. secretary. SECOND ROW: 
Greg Moore. Deland Cope. Greg Meier, Raymond Landrum. John 
Lanier, Robert Bertrand, Jr.. Rafael Grenier. II. THIRD ROW: 
Ken Bostelman, Doug Black, Walter Craft, Ed Strickland. Joe 
Wilkerson, Jack Linter. 




Sigma Tau Delta 
Gives Annual Award 



Promoting the studies of English, Sigma 
Tau Delta Honorary, presented its annual 
award to the student with outstanding ability 
in the field of English. Other events were a 
poetry reading by Max Ellison and the 
annual initiation dinner at Arlington. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA. FRONT ROW: Alice Montgomery, vice- 
president. Terry Hite. treasurer, Ruth Hayes, secretary, Jennifer 
Daniel, president. SECOND ROW: Robert Burkhart, advisor, 
Darrell N. Hovious, Frances Campbell, Bill Hayes. Lucy Sheilley. 





New Honorary for Physical Education 



Delta Psi Kappa, national Physical Educa- 
tion honorary, awarded membership to 
women who excel academically and extra- 
curricularly in physical education. It offered 
a chance to become better acquainted with 
physical education in the professional sense. 

Activities included working as hostesses 
at the State Volleyball Tournament in 
November and the selling of sports pins. In 
April, the local chapter helped the 



University of Kentucky chapter prepare for 
the national Delta Psi Kappa convention 
held in Lexington. 



DELTA PSI KAPPA. FRONT ROW: Paula Welch sponsor. Patty 
Murrell, secretary, Virginia Jinks, sponsor. Sally Mullins. Peggy 
Stanaland. sponsor. SECOND ROW: Lee Ann Thurmond, trea- 
surer, Brenda Ross, historian. Judy Schneider. THIRD ROW: 
Joyce Dettor. Virginia Gohmannn. Cynthia Knight. Dusty Chandler, 
Dianne Jones, Dianne Dunlap. Janis McNulty. chaplain. Kathy 
Eicher, president. 



252 Honors/Honoraries 




Alpha Phi Sigma Provides Recruitment Advice 



As the Law Enforcement program at EKU 
expanded, so did its national honor fra- 
ternity. Alpha Phi Sigma provided LEN 
majors with information concerning recruit- 
ment procedures and requirements of vari- 
ous police departments and correctional 
institutions across the nation. At the annual 
banquet in April, awards were given to 
outstanding LEN students. 



ALPHA PHI SIGMA. FRONT ROW: Deborah Skedel. secretory; 
Linda Beck. Jane Bell. Cathy Callas and Anita Tyson. SECOND 
ROW: Gary Todd, treasurer; Steve Bandura. Joe Mele, Mary 
Richmond and Dennis Mills. THIRD ROW: Clyde Palmer. John 
Harlan, Robert Insko, advisor: Samuel Robinson and Robert Mc- 
Lendon. FOURTH ROW: Arthur Wooden, George Snyder, presi- 
dent. Richard Cummings and Phil Barnette. BACK ROW: Dennis 
Wiechman, Hugh Byrd, advisor; Charles Eoenfield. Donald Lloyd, 
vice-president and Mike Diehl. 



Honors/Honoraries 253 










ji® 1 




Above: Tennessee Tech tight end David Quay is 
upended by EKU ]ay Graham (13). Right: John 
Revere (20] slips around left end on a flanker 
reverse in the Central Michigan loss. 



256 Athletics/Football 




tK Inexperienced Gridders 
Kick-Off With Wins 

Armed with only twenty lettermen, a num- 
ber of red shirts, and incoming freshmen, 
Coach Roy Kidd's Colonels entered the 1973 
"Centennial Action" football season. 

The first battle pitted the Colonels against 
the Moccasins of UT Chattanooga. Eastern 
emerged with a 10-6 win over the tough op- 
ponent as Alfred Thompson broke Eastern's 
single game rushing record as he carried 33 
times for 206 yards and a touchdown. 

Eastern's first road trip saw the Colonels 
travel to Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 
Alfred Thompson and Jeff McCarthy kept 
their scoring records intact, and gave the 
Indians a 26-13 loss. Thompson was the lead- 
ing ground-gainer with 123 yards in 28 
carries, while McCarthy completed 6-11 
passes for 97 yards and gained 49 yards in 
seven carries. 



Left: EKU's second team All-Ohio Valley Conference tackle Junior 
Hardin (71) blows past Tennessee Tech blockers enroute to a 
sacking of quarterback Gary Perdue. Below: Marshall Bush (42) 
turns up field for a long gainer in the 30-14 win against Tech. 




Win String Ends; 
Injuries Nag Team 

The third game saw Eastern's string of vic- 
tories fall as the Buccaneers of East Ten- 
nessee crushed the Colonels 38-14. Even as 
Marshall Bush achieved 53 yards in 12 car- 
ries, and John Revere caught six passes for 
85 yards and ran back four kicks a total of 82 
yards. 

After the season's first loss, the Colonels 
defeated Austin Peay 24-7 and won a last sec- 
ond victory against the Middle Tennessee 
Blue Raiders when quarterback Jeff Mc- 
Carthy hit flanker Elmo Boyd with a 27-yard 
scoring pass to make the score 28-27. The 
Cold Springs player then hit Revere with a 
two-point conversion for the 29-28 win. 

UT Martin also fell to the Colonels 16-14, 
but injuries took their toll as Jerome Kelley, 
Vic Smith, Doug Greene, Robyn Hatley, 
Mike Croudep, and Harvey Jones sustained 
serious hurts. 




Right: All-conference tailback Alfred 
Thompson gets one of his 13 season 
touchdowns as he scores in the 24-7 
shipping of Austin Peay. Above 
right: Safety Jay Graham (131 meets 
Morehead fullback Frank Jones head 
on while end Joe Evans (831 rushes to 
assist. Eastern won 37-25. 



SKC 




258 Athletics/Football 





1973 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

10 UT Chattanooga 6 

26 Indiana University (Pa.) 13 

14 East Tennessee 38 

24 Austin Peay 7 

29 Middle Tennessee 28 

16 UT-Martin 14 

Western Kentucky 35 

20 Murray State 21 

30 Tennessee Tech 14 

7 Central Michigan 21 

37 Morehead State 25 

WON 7, LOST 4 



Top: EKU defensive end [oe Alvino (90] dives in vain in an attempt 
to stop Tech fullback Mark Bruno from scoring. Left: Eastern tail- 
back Alfred Thompson runs head on into Tennessee Tech tackle 
|oe ]achimowicz (73). 



Athletics/Football 259 



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1973 FOOTBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Greg Kiracofe, Tom 
Pitts, Mark |ones, Terry Roberts. Don Ishmael, Earl Cody. Jim De- 
Franco. Everett Talbert, Ron Catlett. Jay Graham. Don Blessing. 
Tom McQueen, inman Sherman. Guberl Broaddus, Mark Di- 
Angelo, and Steve Justice. SECOND ROW: Head Coach Ro\ Kidd, 
Assistant Coach Jack Ison. Ernie House. Fred Young. Larry Smith. 
George Crume. Jerome Kelley, Michael Woods. Franklin Kennedy. 
Marshall Bush, Harvey Jones. Joe Alvino, Larry Blackburn. John 
Revere. Jeff Fink, Joe Evans. John Garnell. Frank Brohm, Rich 
Thomas, Assistant Coach Fred Francis, and Assistant Coach Bobby 
Harville. THIRD ROW: Manager Wayne Wilson. Tim Sheback, 



John Sturgeon, Greg Gruenwald. Linear Lovett, David Johnson. 
Neal Clouse. Charles Carney, Elmo Boyd. Mike Johnston, Assistant 
Coach Larry Marmie. Assistant Coach Tom Stillwagon. Don Kuhn. 
Damon Shelor. Alfred Thompson, Vic Smith. Mike Croudep. Jimmy 
Mundy, Ken O'Brien. Randy Turner, and Graduate Assistant Coach 
John Tazel. BACK ROW: Carl Daigle, Randy Heaberlin. Tim Kin- 
duell, Ron Campbell, Roosevelt Kelly. Robyn Hatley. Howard 
Miller. Joe Drennen. Jeff McCarthy. Junior Hardin. Ralph Cold- 
iron. Greg Kuhn. John Rogers, Randy Leslie. Mike Malone. and 
Robert Landis. 



260 Athlelics/Footbal 



IRSITY COLONELS 




Athletics Fnotball 2R1 




Top: EKU linebacker Harvey Jones and tackle Junior 
Hardin put crushing tackle on Western quarterback Leo 
Peckenpaugh after he completed a pass. Right: Howard 
Miller, defensive tackle, contemplates the offense. 




262 Athletics/Football 





Western, Murray End 
Any OVC Chances 

Homecoming '73 against Western brought 
a 35-0 loss and ended Colonel hopes for a 
Conference championship. Eastern battled 
back in the next game but fell to the confer- 
ence's eventual runner-up Murray State 
21-20. 

Tennessee Tech fell to the Colonels as Jeff 
McCarthy set a single game record passing 
when he hit 14 of 18 for 317 yards and two 
touchdowns. Eastern's record against non- 
conference opponents fell to 3-1 against 
Central Michigan. 



Top: Eastern split end Elmo Boyd tackles UT-M safety Randy Gil t- 
ner after intercepting a Jeff McCarthy pass. Left: EKU Alfred 
Thompson sidesteps Austin Peay defenders into the end zone 
for an easy touchdown. 



Athletics/Football 263 



Colonels End Year 
By Clipping Eagles 

It was the Morehead Eagles who provided 
the final triumph for the Colonels as they 
ended their season with a devastating 37-25 
win. 

Topping the win, Thompson, the 6'-0" 
205-pound tailhack, hroke six school records. 
He set new records for most carries, most 
yards rushing, most points, most touchdowns 
and individual game records for most yards 
rushing and most carries, also an OVC rec- 
ord. 

Eastern ended the '"73 Centennial Action" 
Football season with a 7-4 overall record 
and 4-3 in the OVC for a third place tie. 



Right: |eff McCarthy elects to run on the quarterback option and 
heads up field against Central Michigan. Below: Stretching .1 point, 
Morehead defensive end |ohn Lempke holds tailback Alfred 
Thompson after making the tackle 






Top: EKU linebackers Harvey [ones (55] and Rich Thomas (65] put 
a crunching tackle on Central Michigan tailback Gary Baginski (44). 
Left: Alfred Thompson is slopped by Western's Audra Skiles in one 
of the Colonels' two scoring threats against the Hilltoppers. Above: 
Western tailback Clarence ]ackson [43] plunges over the middle 
el the line for Western's first touchdown in their victor) over the 
Colonels. 



Athletics, Football 265 



Tough Schedule Tests 
Young Cage Colonels 

The basketball Colonels started the year 
with three overriding factors that influenced 
the outcome of their season — a new coach, 
inexperience, and one of the toughest sched- 
ules in the nation. 

First year head coach Bob Mulcahy 
brought an impressive coaching record with 
him to the Eastern helm; however, with only 
two seniors, Rick Stansel and Robert Brooks, 
he inherited a young team that had lost its 
leading scorer and rebounders from the year 
before. 



Right: EKU's Carl Brown checks lo see if his nose is still in place 
after heintf whistled for a chargin" foul against Austin Pea\ . Below: 
Eastern's Carl Brown (12| and Rick Stansel (42) move in to tie up 
Morehead's Geonje Williams who is on the floor. 





2fifi Athletics 'Baskelhal 




Top: EKU's Robert Brooks (44] pumps in two of his career high 31 
points in the Colonels' 83-77 win over Marshall's Thundering Herd. 
Left: Eastern's Larry Blackford uses his left hand to lay in two 
points over a fallen Morehead defender, Ted Hundley (34|. Above: 
Rick Stansel starts his move to the basket by Austin Peay's Flj Wil- 
liams. 



Athletics/Basketball 267 




268 Athlelics/Baskelbal 





Colonels Win Opener; 
Then Lose Next Seven 

Two returning starters, Brooks and Carl 
Brown, gave the squad some measure of ex- 
perience as they entered the killer Decem- 
ber schedule. Eight of the first nine games 
were against teams ranked in the nation's 
top 20. 

Eastern opened at home and, with Brown's 
34 points, won 86-82 over a strong team from 
Indiana State. It was a short-lived winning 
streak, however, as the Colonels' next op- 
ponent was Maryland at College Park. The 
49-point beating (106-57] was the worst in 
Eastern basketball history and started a 
seven-game skid that also included losses to 
Florida State, Oral Roberts, Louisville, South 
Carolina, Virginia Tech and Marshall before 
EKU entered the Ohio Valley Conference 
part of its schedule. 

Above: EKU forward Rick Stansel (42) puts on the brakes and gets 
ready to set a pick for teammate Carl Brown. Left: EKU reserve 
center Howard Brown (50) arches a 15-foot jump shot against the 
USC Gamecocks in Eastern's 73-58 loss. Carl Brown pulls up his 
dribble and looks inside Louisville's sticky man-to-man defense. 
Opposite: Two of last season's prep all-state players, EKU's Larry 
Blackford (30) and Louisville's Wesley Cox (41), follow the flight of 
a Colonel missed shot. 



Athletics/Basketball 269 



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Segar and Blackford 
Begin To Blossom 



There were some bright spots in the early 
season losses. The Colonels played power- 
ful South Carolina virtually even in the Holi- 
day Classic at Louisville before bowing 73- 
58. Then just before the OVC season began, 
Eastern came within a whisker of upsetting 
Marshall at Huntington, but lost in the clos- 
ing minute 63-60. Sophomore Jimmy Segar 
and freshman Larry Blackford had cracked 
the starting lineup and gave the Colonels 
more outside scoring; and, 6' 8" sophomore 
center, Howard Brown, showed future prom- 
ise with his spurts of shot blocking and spec- 
tacular rebounding. 



Above: 1974 BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Dennis 
Barbour, Carl Brown, Ron Smith. Larry Blackford and Craig Turn- 
er. BACK ROW: Mark Hudson, manager: Ken Murray. trainer; 
Bill Fultz, assistant coach; Bob Walkins. Roberl Brooks. G. W. New- 
som. Howard Brown. Rick Stansel. Jimmy Segar. Bob Mulcahy, 
head coach; Kirk Chiles, graduate assistant: and Mike Myers, man- 
ager. Right: Eastern's Howard Brown [50] oppositions Marshall 
forward Earl Williams (34) for a rebound in Eastern's 83-77 victory. 



270 Athletics/Basketbal 




EKU Takes Victories at Murray and APSU 



The Colonels opened their conference 
schedule on the road by whipping the co- 
favorite Murray and Austin Peay, 72-70 and 
71-64, respectively. Suddenly leading the 
OVC with a 2-0 league record, they placed 
themselves in contention for the champion- 
ship. 

Western burst the bubble the next week- 
end in Alumni Coliseum, taking a 64-63 win 
in a heartbreaker for the Colonels. However, 
Eastern bounded back the following Monday 
night to down league-leading Middle Ten- 
nessee 73-70. Two of the next three OVC 
games found the Colonels on the road play- 
ing at Tennessee Tech and Morehead. EKU 
lost both contests — 80-75 to TTU and 91-83 
to Morehead. 

Sandwiched in between those two losses 
was a double overtime win at the expense 



of East Tennessee, 75-72. Blackford hit a 
jump shot with only four seconds remaining 
in that last extra period to give Eastern its 
fourth conference win of the season. 

A rematch with Marshall divided the OVC 
season for EKU, and the Colonels, in one of 
their finest showings at home, downed the 
Thundering Herd, 83-77. 

Eastern started the second half of their 
league schedule, losing a very costly game to 
Austin Peay at home, 100-81. In this game, 
Austin Peay played almost a flawless contest 
as it showed its co-championship form, hit- 
ting nearly 60 per cent of their shots form the 
floor for the game and leading the Colonels 
by as many as 30 points at one time in the 
second half. 

Regional television provides Colonel fans with an opporlunit\ to 
watch the Austin Peay — Eastern clash in their homes. 




Athletics/Basketball 271 




Last Six Contests 
Add Two OVC Wins 

From this point, the season was to produce 
two more victories, a 71-69 triumph over 
Murray State and an 87-67 win over the East 
Tennessee Buccaneers. The Colonels lost 
conference encounters to Middle Tennessee, 
90-68, and Western Kentucky, 89-74, on the 
road, and home contests to Tennessee Tech, 
62-56 and Morehead State, 78-69. 

The Colonels finished the campaign with 
an 8-15 overall and 6-8 OVC record, good 
enough for a fifth-place tie with Murray 
State. Carl Brown, who received Eastern's 
defensive award, had a 17.1 average which 
topped four double-figures scorers for East- 
ern, including the most improved player, 
Jimmy Segar, 13.1; "Mr. Hustle," Robert 
Brooks, 13.0; and the most promising player, 
Larry Blackford, 10.7. 



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rebound early in (he first half. Right: Towering above South Caro- 
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Brooks and Segar 
Lead EKU Rebounders 



Brooks and Segar led Eastern rebounders 
to a final 45.5 — 45.0 average margin on the 
boards over their opponents, quite a feat 
considering Eastern played 90 per cent of its 
games with a 6-5 center, Brooks, and 6-5 
Stansel and 6-3 Segar at forwards. Brooks 
finished with an 8.7 rebounding average, 
while Segar grabbed 7.5 per contest. 

Team statistics showed the Colonels being 
outshot from the field, 46.8 per cent to 41.9, 
and outscored, 79.3 — 71.0, by their oppo- 
nents. Eastern was more accurate from the 
free throw line, finishing with a 68.3 per cent 
mark as compared to its foes' 67.9 per cent. 



Below: Carl Brown (12] loses his balance lighting for a rebound 
against Marshall's Eric Bachelor (42) and Earl Williams (34). Left: 
The baseline move of Robert Brooks (44) catches Austin Peay's 
Fly Williams off-guard early in the second half. 




Alhletics/Basketb 



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86. 

57. 

60. 

70. 

75 . 

58. 

65. 

60. 

72. 

71 . 

63. 

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1974 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 

ern Opponent 

. . Indiana State 82 

. . Maryland 106 

. . Florida State 93 

. . Oral Roberts 80 

. . Louisville 91 

.. South Carolina 73 

.. Virginia Tech 92 

. .Marshall 63 

. . Murray State 70 

. . Austin Peay 64 

. . Western Kentucky 64 

.. Middle Tennessee 70 

. . Tennessee Tech 80 

. . East Tennessee 72 

. . Morehead 91 

. . Marshall 77 

. . Austin Peay 100 

. . Murray State 69 

. . Middle Tennessee 90 

. . Western Kentucky 89 

. . East Tennessee 67 

. . Tennessee Tech 62 

. . Morehead 78 

Won 8, Lost 15 




Top: Rick Stansel looks past 
Marshall defender Frank Aus- 
tin for an open man. Right: 
EKU's Carl Brown (12) gets 
trapped in the corner as More- 
head presses Eastern into a 91- 
83 loss. 





Junior Varsity Team Compiles 8-7 Record 



For the second time in recent history, East- 
ern played a junior varsity schedule and the 
Colonels' freshmen and sophomores com- 
piled an 8-7 record against several of the 
Commonwealth's junior and community 
colleges. 

Graduate assistant coach Kirk Chiles di- 
rected the baby Colonels this season as his 
squad placed five men in double figures, led 
by 6-4 freshman forward Tony York's 15.2 
average. Other junior varsity players in 
double digits included 6-6 sophomore center 
G.W. Newsom, 11.3; 6-3 freshman forward 
Don Morris, 10.9; 6-2 freshman guard Greg 
Schepman, 10.8; and 6-4 sophomore forward 
Dave Stoddard, 10.0. Newsom was EKU's 
leading rebounder with his 11.1 average. 

The Eastern jayvees most impressive wins 
came at the expense of Southeast Commun- 
ity College, 128-80, and one-point victories 
over the Morehead JV team, 75-74, and Lind- 
sey Wilson Junior College, 67-66. 



1974 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 
SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

105 . . Southeast Community College . . .52 

82 . . Kentucky Business College 76 

85 . . Lees Junior College 91 

74. . Marshall JV 88 

108 .. Kentucky Business College 85 

88 .. Prestonsburg Community College . .72 

128 . . Southeast Community College . . .80 

84 .. Lees Junior College 97 

71 .. Lindsey Wilson Junior College . . .72 

75 . . Morehead JV 74 

76 . . Marshall JV 86 

99. . UK Dental School 74 

67 .. Lindsey Wilson Junior College . . . .66 

70 . . Sullivan Business College 77 

71 . .Morehead JV 95 

Won 8, Lost 7 



Athletics/Freshman Basketball 275 




1973 CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

34. .. University of Kentucky 30 

34. .. Morehead State 79 

34. .. Cumberland College 96 

35 . . . Tennessee 22 

35. . . Auburn 81 

18. .. Morehead State 43 

31 ... University of Kentucky 24 

31 . . . Western Carolina 82 

23. . . Cincinnati 38 

Won 6, Lost 3 
OVC Meet, top four teams 

East Tennessee 35 

Western Kentucky 37 

Murray 77 

Eastern 88 



Above: Mark Yellin leads the pack at the beginning of a five-mile 
race at Arlington, while Dan Maloney. Jerry Young and Bill Sam- 
son of EKU run close behind. Right: EKU harriers leave these run- 
ners behind during race at Arlington. 




276 Alhlelics/Cross-Countrv 




Two Harriers Receive 
All-OVC Title 

Under the coaching of Art Harvey, the 
EKU Cross Country team swept an 18-43 
victory over Morehead to highlight a 6-3 
record. Dan Matousch won the five-mile 
race in the course record-setting time of 
25:12 and Jerry Young finished second. 

In the OVC meet Eastern compiled 88 
points to place fourth. Jerry Young and Dan 
Maloney finished ninth and tenth respec- 
tively, and were named to the All-OVC team. 
For this accomplishment, they entered com- 
petition for the NCAA finals. 



Left: Dan Matousch finishes a five-mile race at Arlington with a 
26:28 clocking, one of the faster times on the course. Below: 1973 
CROSS-COUNTRY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Don Williams, Dan 
Maloney, Tom Mangus, Tom Findley, Tommie Smith, and Tim 
Slusher. BACK ROW: Chuck Colehour. manager, Chuck Copp. as- 
sistant coach. Delmer Howell. Bill Sampson, Randy Jungkurth. Bill 
Weis, Randy Creger. Jerry Young. Lee Gordon, Boh Moffett. Mark 
Yellin, and Art Harvev, coach. 




Athletics/Cross-Countrv 277 










Eels Amass 722 Points 
InKISCMeetWin 

The highlight of the season for Eastern 
came in the KISC's at the end of the year. In 
the three day meet, Eastern amassed 722 
points to runner-up Western's 547. In addi- 
tion, the Eels won 14 of the meet's 18 events 
and broke 11 of 17 team records. 

Leading the record assault were sopho- 
more Terry Stoddard, who set new marks in 
the 1,000 and 1,650 freestyles; Bill Tingley, 
who set standards in both the 100 and 200 
backstrokes; and Wally Esser, who broke 
the 100 and 200 freestyle records. Freshman 
butterflyer Chris Smith finished the season 
undefeated in the 200 butterfly and as a 
member of the medley relay. 

All three relays, the 400 and 800 freestyle 
and 400 medley, cracked school marks. The 
medley, composed of Tingley, Tom Javins, 
Smith, and Bill Stapleton, was undefeated 
during the year while the 400 freestyle relay 
with Kevin Miles, Esser, Tingley, and Staple- 
ton, was only beaten once. 



Above: EKIJ's Chris Smilh against Ball Stale swims the butterfly. 
Right: Coach Dan Lichty congratulates Randy Holihan after he 
broke the 1000-yard freestyle school record. 



278 Athletics/Swimming 





1974 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 



Opponent 



75 
60 
77 
78 
79 
50 
67 
69 
62 
71 
69 
66 



. Morehead State University .... 37 

. Indianapolis Riveria 35 

. University of Louisville 35 

. Denison College 35 

. Ball State University 34 

. Vanderbilt University 63 

. Eastern Illinois 46 

. Illinois State University 44 

. University of Cincinnati 51 

. Centre College 42 

. University of Kentucky 44 

. Indiana State University 47 



Left: ]im Sherwood, junior, performs front layout on the 1-meter 
board. Below: 1974 SWIMMING EELS. FRONT ROW: Tom 
Houchin, Tom Linneweber, Bill Tingley. Tom Javins, Bill Staple- 
Ion, Kevin Miles, Bob Mueller, Wally Esser. Chris Smith and 
Randy Holihan. BACK ROW: Donald Combs, coach; Bruce Lange. 
manager, Terry Stoddard, Garth Kuhnheim. ].B. Hughes. Bob 
Stahlhut, Paul Meador, Debbie Battle, Jim Sherwood. Rick Gaf- 
ford, [im Croplay, Lenny Wanchock, ]im Foff, Bryan James. 
graduate assistant coach, Dan Lichty, diving coach. 



69 70 71 72 73 




Athletics/Swimmin' - 279 



Eels Make It 
Twelve In A Row 



Eastern's Eels completed one of their most 
successful seasons ever, finishing with a 
dual meet record of 11-1 and winning the 
Kentucky Intercollegiate Swimming Cham- 
pionships for the 12th consecutive year. 
Going down to defeat at the hands of the 
Eels were teams such as the University of 
Kentucky, the University of Cincinnati, 
Indiana State University, and Eastern Illi- 
nois, a college division power. 

The lone 63-50 loss came at the Vanderbilt 
meet, decided by the 400 freestyle relay in 
which the Commodores nipped Eastern by 
two-tenths of a second. Thus, the Eels came 
within two-tenths of a perfect season. 



Right: Coach Combs shouts encouragement lo freshman Jim Crop- 
ley swimming the breaststroke. Bottom: Sideline action shows 
Bill Tingley cheering on teammate. 










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Colonels Finish 
With Even Record 

Winning six of their final nine games, the 
1973 Eastern baseball team posted a 25-25 
won-loss record. Coached by Jack Hissom, 
the team compiled a 17-16 spring record after 
a fall season of 8-9. 

Led by Earl Cody, batting .385 the Colo- 
nels achieved a .273 team average. Dave 
Theiler, named to the all OVC team, led the 
Colonels in six categories. He topped Eastern 
in times at bat (157), runs scored (38), hits 
(54), doubles (12), homeruns (9) and RBI's 
(22). 

Mike Gentry, Larry Myford, John Mullins, 
Ken Blewitt, and Mark Sims added power to 
the lineup by obtaining batting averages bet- 
ter than .300. 



Top: 1973 BASEBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Ernie Penning- 
ton. Bill Dunsmore. Larry Myford. Mark Gibson. Donnie Williams, 
Mike Gentry. Gordon Fisher, Rick Writz. )ohn Thomas, and Ted 
Weingartner. SECOND ROW: Joe Abney, manager. Art Sciubba, 
Mike McPeek, Earl Codey. Ron Semago, Carl McConnell. Barry 
Mauntel. Terry Huckaby. Tim Williams. Mark Sims and Ron David- 
son. BACK ROW: )ack Hissom, coach, Ray Neumeister. Gary Roe. 
Ray Spenilla. Howie Roesch. Dave Theiler. Graig Retzlaff. Gary 
Strowig. Tom Bodey, Jim Cornelison, Gary Williams. Gary Chan- 
ley, Mike Dolan. graduate assistant and Gary Arbogast. graduate 
assistant. Right: Lefthander. Gary Roe. strikes out another player 
during an early season game. 



282 Athlelics/Basehal 












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another out against Ohio State. Below: Coach Hissom 
discusses game plans with his graduate assistant, Gary 
Arbogast. 





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1973 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 

8-5 

4-0 

5-0-2 

17 . 

0-3 

6-3 



0-1 

2-3 

5 

2 

5-3 

1-5-2-0 

6-2 

11-13 

4 . 

10-3 

5-1 . 

3 . 

1-2 

2-3 

7 . 

16-8-8 



8-3 

10-0 

7-3 



Opponent 

. Cumberland College 2-1 

. Kentucky State 1-1 

. Western Kentucky 4-7-3-0 

. Kentucky State 5 

. Tennessee Tech 3-4 

. Cumberland College 3-4 

. East Tennessee 1-2 

. Morehead State 7-0 

. Berea College 1 

. Louisville 3 

. Cumberland College 8-1 

. Ohio State 2-2-5-9 

. Berea College 7-0 

. Campbellsville College .... 0-3 

. East Tennessee 2 

. Kentucky State 2-0 

.Morehead State 4-11 

. University of Ky 4 

. Ball State 5-1 

. Tennessee Tech 4-9 

. Kentucky State 2 

. Georgetown College 2-2-0 

. Kentucky State 4 

.Cumberland College 13-0 

. Northern Ky. State 0-2 

. Eastern Michigan 11-12 

Won 25, Lost 25 



Pitching Staff 
Excels For EKU 



Speed proved to be an asset to the 
Colonels' offense as the team managed to 
steal 101 bases in 118 attempts. John Thomas, 
a freshman, led EKU and was listed among 
the top base stealers in the country with 34 
steals in 38 attempts. 

Contributing to the winning effort of 
Eastern was the performance of the Colonel 
pitching staff led by Howie Roesch, a junior 
from Hamilton, Ohio. His nine victories in 
1973 boasted his career wins to 14. Providing 
extra power from the mound, Barry Mauntel 
and Denny Barbour posted 1.65 and 1.24 
earned run averages, respectively. 

Eastern finished the season with a 3-8 
OVC record with two of these victories com- 
ing against eventual league champion 
Morehead. 



Top left and right: Kenny Blewitt. third baseman, is safe at home 
after Kentucky State catcher. Kenneth Thomas, momentarily bob- 
bles the ball. 



Athletics/Baseball 285 




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1973 TRACK SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

38 .... Ball State 66 

Cincinnati 46 

Butler 25 

37 Western 95 

Arkansas State 48 

Cincinnati 60 

Morehead State 25 

University of Louisville .... 6 
Won 4, Lost 4 



Top: 1973 TRACK COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Dennis Valentini. 
Randy Chadwell, Tyrone Harbut, Jim Stalhut. Ron Seiter and 
Randy (unkurth. SECOND ROW: Bill Wells, coach. Chuck Cole- 
hour, Ted Dagaford, ]ay Graham. Tony Rowe, Randy Krieger. Tom 
Findley, Dan Watson. Steve Hurley, Dan Maloney. Mike Ross, 
coach, Mervyn Lewis and Art Harvey, coach. THIRD ROW: Jerry 
Young, Bill Samuels. Elmo Boyd, Tony DeCandia. Tom Kerns. Tim 
Wagner and Bob Moffet. BACK ROW: Lee Gordon, Rick Fryman, 
Pharlas James. Herschel Miller, Steve Seiss. Bill Samson and Ray 
Hood. Right: Exertion shows on the face of Tyrone Harbut at the 
lead off leg of the 440-relay. 



286 Athletics/Track 





ThincladsPost 
Record-Breaking Year 

In individual events, Coach Art Harvey's 
EKU thinclads had a record-hreaking season 
for the 1973 year. Tyrone Harbut, a sopho- 
more from Lexington, set a new Eastern rec- 
ord when he finished the 220-yard run in 20.9 
seconds. Harbut and Elmo Boyd, a freshman 
from Troy, Ohio, qualified for the NCAA 
Indoor Finals in Detroit, Michigan. 

During the OVC championships, Dan 
Watson won the pole vaulting event with a 
15-0 foot jump. Tim Wagner with his javelin 
toss of 199.2 feet, and Steve Flint with a high 
jump of 6-8 feet also broke two previous EKU 
records at the OVC meet at Morehead. 

In regular season competition honors were 
brought to Eastern by Jim Stalhut in pole 
vaulting, Randy Chadwell in the 1,000-yard 
run, and Bill Samuels in the 440-yard run. 



Left: Tony DeCandia prepares to thrust the shotput during the Wes- 
tern and Arkansas meet. Bottom: Dennis Owens attempts to break 
an old record as he clears the bar in the high jump. 




Athletics/Track 287 



EKU Golf Team 
Has Winning Season 

After capturing first place in the Mid- 
South Classic field of 16 teams with an 18- 
hole total of 303 strokes, Coach Glenn Pres- 
nell's golf team ended the season with a 14-2 
record. 

In OVC competition, Eastern shot a 54- 
hole score of 1127 for a fourth place finish in 
league standings. Jim Moore, a senior from 
Berea, was named to the all-conference team 
after a three round score of 218 at the spring 
sports championships at Morehead. 



Right: Clay Nelson gets positioned for a swing at the Arlington 
course. Bottom: 1973 GOLF COLONELS. Glen Presnell. coach. 
Bob Holloway. David Ryan, Dan Bogden, Jim Moore. Dan Nicolet. 
Bob Stack and Tom Scott. 





288 Athletics/Golf 







Left: Bob Holloway follows through after a practice 
shot on hole number four al Arlington. Below left: On 
the final green an EKU golfer carefully executes his 
putt. 




1973 GOLF SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

300 Lander 306 

321 USC at Lancaster 343 

321 Spartanburg 342 

379 Toledo 387 

384 Marshall 393 

384 Ohio State 394 

384 West Liberty 407 

379 Bellarmine 402 

399 Taylor 410 

375 Louisville 384 

375 Transylvania 432 

379 Centre 403 

Won 12, Lost 



Athletics/Golf 28 




Rivalry High 
In OVC Competition 

Competition was fierce among the OVC 
tennis teams last spring. Eastern's netters 
played to an 11-12 mark against some of the 
toughest rivals ever. Coach Tom Higgins re- 
lied heavily on senior Bruce Sims, and 
juniors, P. D. Ballard and Jim Greenup to 
lead the team. 

Showing strength and poise on the court, 
Bruce Sims was the number one seeded 
player for two seasons straight. 

P. D. Ballard and Jim Greenup displayed 
the best individual consistency in dual com- 
petition and coupled for a 6-4 doubles 
record. 

During OVC tournament play, Jim Green- 
up, John Young and Greg Stephenson took 
opening round victories for the Colonel net- 
ters, but were all defeated in semifinal 
round action. 



Top: 1973 TENNIS COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Greg Stephenson. 
John Young, Bruce Sims, Henry Shores, Fred Scolt, P. D. Ballard, 
Guenter Bergmann. Jim Greenup, and Tom Higgins, coach. Right: 
[im Greenup sets up for a forehand return. 




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1973 TENNIS SCOREBOARD 
Eastern Opponent 

5 Morehead 4 

Cincinnati 9 

7 Morehead 2 

2 Marshall 7 

10 Central Michigan 

9 North Carolina 

8 Wake Forest 2 

7 Presbyterian 2 

9 South Carolina 

6 Furman 3 

Bellarmine 9 

0-9 .... Tennessee 9-0 

2 Purdue 7 

Morris Harvey 9 

9 Cincinnati 

7 Austin Peay 2 

9 Middle Tennessee 

6-8 .... University of Ky 3-1 

9 Cincinnati 

Won 21, Lost 6 



Left: Number one player. Bruce Sims, leads EKU netters to a suc- 
cessful season. Bottom: John Young (left] concentrates on the ball 
while his teammate. Greg Stephenson, anticipates the next move. 




Athletics/Tennis 291 



1974 WRESTLING SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

9 ... Miami University 30 

6 ... University of Tennessee 38 

36 ... University of Kentucky 12 

26. . . UT-Martin 18 

10. . . UT-Chatt'anooga 26 

25. . . UT-Chattanooga (J.V.) 18 

53. .. Middle Tennessee State 

42. .. Cedarville College 6 

34. . .Wright State 3 

27 ... University of Kentucky 18 

14 ... Maryville College 29 

48 ... Northern Kentucky State 6 

21 ... Marshall University 12 

60. . .Middle Tennessee State 

11 . . . Morehead State 30 

Won 10, Lost 5 



Right: Eastern's 158 pound senior Marvin Alstott applies a guil- 
lotine on Chris Lynch for a near fall. Below: Captain Bill Froman 
tries for a reversal against UT-Martin's Richard Einslman in Ihe 
126 pound class. 





292 Athletics/Wrestling 





Grapplers Improve 
With Each Match 

Performing under first year head coach 
Joe Handlan, the 1974 wrestling squad 
achieved an overall record of 10 victories 
and 5 losses. 

Competition in the SEIWA Tournament at 
Auburn University placed Eastern sixth out 
of 12 teams. Marvin Alstott, Bill Froman 
and Steve Wallace achieved highest scores, 
placing second, third and fourth, respec- 
tively. 



Above: 1974 WRESTLING COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Bill Froman, 
Jack Wood, Bob Roach. Dan Nettle, Nick Barker. Larry Simpson. 
Ted Weingartner and Marvin Alstott. SECOND ROW: Charles 
Roach, Mike Mussman, Stan Whittlesey. Steve Wallace. Tony 
Green, Chris Reeder. Dennis Perkins and Joe Handlan. coach. 
THIRD ROW: Ken Bostelman, Rich Mason. Dave Boren. Stan Hill. 
Barry Waldrop. Emil Putton, Brian Drummond and Paid Under- 
donk. BACK ROW: )im Johnson. Tim Cox, David Hall. Gordon 
Dean. Bill Evans. Terry Coots. David Perkins. Bob Brown and Jeff 
McCarthey. manager. Left: Dan Nettle, 150 pound Eastern senior, 
tries to pin Kyle Smith. 



Athletics/Wrestling 293 




EKU Gymnasts 
Gain Third State Title 



Eastern saw an imporved gymnastic squad 
this year. The team scores were up 10 points 
from last year and the team captured its 
third consecutive Kentucky Intercollegiate 
Gymnastic Championship. 

Co-captain Bob Sanderson won the State 
All-around Championship. His teammates 
John Vecchione, co-captain Billy Sherrill, 
Gerry Duff, and Brian Morrett walked away 
with second, third, fourth, and fifth places 
respectively in the All-around Champion- 
ship. 

Under the direction of second year coach 
Gerald Calkin, Eastern ended regular sea- 
son competition with 4 wins and 6 losses. 



Above: 1974 GYMNASTICS COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Billy 
Sherrill, John Vecchione. Dirk Martin and Brian Morrett. BACK 
ROW: Don Paulin. assistant coach, Gerry Duff, Karl Korade, Dan 
Zint. Barry Tompkins, Bob Sanderson and Gerald Calkin, coach. 
Right: Co-captain Billy Sherrill on the parallel bars. 




294 Athletics/Gymnastics 




1974 GYMNASTICS SCOREBORAD 

Eastern Opponent 

101.35 ... University of Cincinnati . . 129.0 

109.35. .. Bowling Green 106.3 

109.35. .. Eastern Michigan 133.25 

116.67. .. Appalachian State 101.07 

122.85. .. Ball State University .... 149.75 
112.56. .. University of Cincinnati . . 133.41 
116.10. . .University of Kentucky . . . 109.3 

110.25. .. Middle Tennessee 85.15 

114.45. .. Memphis State University . 125.3 

119.10. .. Georgia Southern 147.7 

Won 4, Lost 6 

Below: Co-captain Bob Sanderson gels the okay to go ahead with 
his ring routine from head judge Hal Holmes. Left: Dan Zint pauses 
on parallel bars. 



Athletics/Gvmnastics 295 



New Records Set 
By Rifle Team 

New team records and continued improve- 
ment marked a successful season for the 
rifle team. The team average was up approx- 
imately 30 points and a record high individ- 
ual score of 285 was turned in by Tom Boggs. 
Varsity team captain, Glenn Haeberlin, and 
Boggs tied for high individual average in 
the 11 match season. 

Highlights of the year include a 1st place 
ROTC trophy at the U.K. Invitational and a 
record 4-man team score of 2,246 by Boggs, 
Fryman, Haeberlin and Snellen at the Ten- 
nessee Tech Invitational. 

The teams placed first in ROTC and 
second in Varsity in the Kentucky-Ohio Rifle 
League. The records show standings, after 
11 matches, of Varsity 8-3 and ROTC 7-1. 

Right: Mary Ellen Hume is scoring Ihe target for teammates. 
Below: 1974 RIFLE TEAM. FRONT ROW: Tina Bentley, fenny 
Neat, Annamarie Budzinski. Paula Stoltz and Mary Ellen Hume. 
SECOND ROW: Kevin Mitchell, Greg Schmitt, Mike McCafferty. 
Billy Ball, Harr\ Hensley, and Glenn Haeberlin. BACK ROW: 
Captain Tyrus Manning, coach. L.C Stewart. Ken Bender. Tom 
Boggs, Mike Fryman. Dave Snellen. John Lammers, George 
Guyrik and Billy Biggs, assistant coach. 





296 Athletics/Rifle 



Above: Mike Fryman stabilizes himselt in prone posi- 
tion. Left: Tina Benlley. senior, takes aim during 
practice session. 




Athletics/Rifle 297 




Injuries Set Back 
Field Hockey Team 



Gertrude Hood Field was the center of 
action for the Eastern Women's Field 
Hockey Team, coached by Javene Young. 
Despite setbacks from several injuries, this 
young team ended the season with a 5 win, 
5 loss record. 

Their most impressive game came at the 
State Tournament when they held the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky team to 2 goals, scoring 
their second goal in the last minute of play to 
win 2-1. 



Above: 1973 WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY. FRONT ROW: Terri 
McGuire. Cindy Pearse. Jan McNulty, Pat Rebold. co-captain, 
Michelle Barondick. co-caplain, Becky Couchot. [ane Hoppough. 
Nancy Schultes and Linda Small. SECOND ROW: Javene Young, 
coach. Linda Ruf. Ginna Gohmann, Geri Wise, Patty Lisehora. 
Sharon Shutz. Debbie Deitrick. Barbara Lisehora, Robin Murray 
and Louise Atwood. BACK ROW: Karen Hill. Barb Kibler, Karen 
Kolesar. Marianne Favvley. Dianne Dunlap, Georgia Lynch. Barb 
Bowman, Susan Wheatley and Peggy Weaver. Right: Nancy 
Schultes intercepts a pass during game with UK. 




298 Athletics/Women's Field Hockey 




Third Consecutive 
State Title 

An impressive 26-4 won-loss record was 
achieved by the Eastern Women's Volleyball 
team under Coach Geri Polvino and team 
manager Kay Johnson. The record included a 
third consecutive state title and third place 
in the AIAW Regional Tournament. Based 
upon the season's record, the team partici- 
pated in the National Tournament. 

Eastern's team competed with teams in 
Kentucky, Tennessee, North and South Caro- 
lina, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Mississip- 
pi, Ohio, Illinois, and Missouri, and was 
undefeated by a Kentucky school. 



Left: Bernie Kok goes up for a spike as Dianne Jones and 
I.ynne Morris anticipate their next move. Below: 1973 WOMEN'S 
VOLLEYBALL. FRONT ROW: Geri Polvino. coach. Dusty Chand- 
ler, Velma Lehmann. Sue Maslanka and Cathy Brumbaugh. 
BACK ROW: Melody Middleton, Sharon Brown. Bernie Kok. Lynne 
Morris. Marcia Mueller. Margie Heise. Connie Urlage, Dianne 
[ones and Joyce Deltor. 




Athletics/Women's Volleyball 299 



Winning Season 
For Women Netters 

Finishing its regular season with a fine 
record of 11 wins and only 2 losses, Eastern's 
Women's Tennis team was coached by 
Martha Mullins and assisted by Beverly 
Williams. Among the teams defeated by 
Coach Mullins' girls were Bellarmine, 
Centre, Ball State, University of Kentucky, 
University of Dayton, and the University of 
Louisville. 

The season was climaxed by exceptional 
performances in the KWIC State Champion- 
ships, Susan Boone and Kama Whittington 
becoming the doubles champions, and Miss 
Boone was also runner-up in the singles 
competition. Support was furnished by team 
veterans. Barb Black, Kathy Eicher, Nancy 
Hundley and Vicki Jones. This year's team 
also gained two new members, Christie 
Dunham and Karel Wurtzbacher. 



Right: Kama Whittington places a versatile forehand drive on 
Martin Hall courts. Below: 1973 WOMEN'S TENNIS. Vicki 
Jones. Christie Dunham. Nancy Hundley, Susan Boone. Kathy 
Eicher. Barhara Black. Karel Wurtzbacher and Kama Whittington. 





300 Athletics/Women's Tennis 



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Third Consecutive 
State Title For Women 

Completing the season with an impressive 
12-4 record, the Eastern women's basketball 
team won the Kentucky Women's Intercol- 
legiate Conference State Basketball Tourna- 
ment for the third consecutive year. Coached 
by Paula Welch, the girls participated in the 
Tennessee Tech Tournament in Cookville, 
Tennessee and brought home the third place 
trophy. Some of the powerful opposition 
confronted by EKU this year included the 
following teams: Tennessee Tech, Uni- 
versity of Kentucky, University of Louisville, 
Memphis State, Marshall, and Indiana Uni- 
versity, which ranked fourth in the nation. 

Boasting the most points in one game was 
sophomore Bernie Kok, who scored 28 
points. Besides Bernie, the other regular 
starters consisted of junior Brenda Ross, 
sophomore Barbara Lisehora, freshmen 
Marsha Mueller and Velma Lehman. Having 
only one graduating senior, Barb Buck, 
Eastern was left with a young team. 

Top: 1974 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. FRONT ROW: Pally Lise- 
hora. Barbara Lisehora. Barbara Buck, Brenda Ross, Vickie Stam- 
baugh and Scarlet Lake. BACK ROW: Linda Small, manager. Gina 
Gohmann. Debbie Buck. Dee Bennett. Lynn Morris. Marcia 
Mueller. Sharon Coppock. Bernie Kok. Velma Lehmann, Peggy 
Weaver. Paula Welch, coach, and Susan Wheatley, statistician. 
Left: Barbara Lisehora presses University of Cincinnati player. 



Athletics/Women's Basketball 301 



Gymnastics Prospers 
With New Coach 



Eastern Kentucky University's women's 
gymnastics team has developed growing 
interest under the direction of first-year 
coach Agnes Chrietzberg. 

Throughout the year the gymnasts have 
competed in four events: balance beam, 
floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, and 
vaulting. 

Seniors excelling in events were Patty 
Murrell in floor exercise, Elaine Downs in 
vaulting and Laura Hollingsworth and 
Barbara Kok in balance beam. 



Right: Junior Vicki McWhorter performs on the uneven parallel 
bars. Below: 1974 WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS. FRONT ROW: Vicki 
Roberts. Sharon Munch, Charlotte Abbott, Vicki McWhorter and 
Laura Hollingsworth. BACK ROW: Patty Murrell. captain. Mar- 
garet Bausch. Barbara Kok and Elaine Downs. 





302 Athletics/Women's Gymnastics 




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Intramural Program 
Gains Interest 



The 1973 fall season was kicked off in style 
with flag football and soccer. Fifteen teams 
participated in a round robin tournament, 
doubling the number of teams in 1972. 

With the end of Daylight Saving Time and 
warm weather, the intramural program was 
moved to the indoor facilities. More than 200 
girls, consisting of 26 teams, participated in a 
round robin volleyball tournament. Taking 
the victory trophy was the Jolly Volleys, 
with the Little ODT's as the runners-up. 



Top: Nancy Kessler attempts to gain yardage in flag football com- 
petition. Left: Stephanie Gardiner officiates a flag football game. 



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Athletics/Intramurals 303 



Below: Rough play is evident as a coed struggles for possession jfc 

of Ihe ball in flag football game. Right: Rookies apply a full court 
press against Buckeye Judy Barnes. Bottom: Buckeye Carole 
Augistine moves on a fast break in an attempt to score. 




304 Athletics/Intramurals 




Facilities Encourage 
Spring Activities 

Twenty-eight teams participated in basket- 
ball intramurals this spring semester. Among 
the strongest contenders for the champion- 
ship were the Jolly Volleys, Volleyballers, 
D-Dow's, S S-ll's, and Buckeyes. 

The many facilities available to Eastern 
students encourage spring involvement in 
softball, swimming, archery and paddleball. 



Left: I.uann Gifford goes up for a bali while Vicki Glass and Barbi 
Kibler play the backcourt during paddleball intramurals. Bottom: 
Vicki Glass watches teammate Barb Bowman apply a dig in volley- 
ball competition. 




Athletics/Intramurals 305 




Intramurals Offer 
Various Activities 



Intramural action for the 1973-74 year con- 
tinued its interest under the direction of 
Wayne Jennings and Mike Cain. The stu- 
dent competitive sports program offers in- 
volvement for individual and team sports 
in the three divisions of fraternity, housing 
and independent groups. Individual organi- 
zations also compete for an all-year sports 
trophy based on the accumulation of most 
points through team participation. 

Sports offered during the fall included flag 
football, tennis singles, racquetball singles, 
tug-o-war, swimming, table tennis doubles, 
cross country, handball doubles, and volley- 
ball. 



Top: Chuck Meade of SAE leads the effort to pull their opponents 
across the line. Right: Steve Flint of the Tomatoes looks for the 
open man as Jim Keller of TKE applies the pressure defensively. 




306 Athletics/lntramurals 





Top: Kappa Alpha shifts into gear in the tug- 
o-war competition. Left: Official Marvin Alston 
surveys the situation as Steve Pomeroy (topi 
and Dave Beck (bottom) maneuver one another 
in wrestling competition. 



Athletics/lntramurals 307 




Top: Vet quarterback falls to the grasp of Dan Wesley. 
Right: Gary Roe of Barries Bunch quenches his thirst 
at flag football game. 




308 Athlelics/Intramurals 




55 Teams Enter 
Flag Football Games 

First on the intramural prospectus was the 
flag football competition, entered by approx- 
imately 55 teams. After six weeks of action- 
packed games, Barries Bunch emerged as 
campus champions. 

Tug-o-war provided, an enjoyable chal- 
lenge for the men on campus during the fall 
semester. Pi Kappa Alpha defeated Kappa 
Alpha in the Greek division. In the indepen- 
dent bracket, Tribe became victorious over 
OKNY, but lost to the Pikes for the campus 
crown. 



Left: Terry Sullivan, freshman from Cincinnati, exhibits excellent 
form in back dive, pike position Bottom: Dave Beck appears to be 
asking 'Does anyone really know what lime it is' as Steve 
Pomeroy executes an escape. 




Athletics/lntramurals 309 



Pillow Fighting On 
Intramural Schedule 



In the fraternity tennis singles Sigma Chi, 
Charles Matthews, defeated Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Wayne Crabtree, while Jim Cleve- 
land of Beta Theta Pi took the fraternity 
"B" division championship. 

The racquetball competition resulted in 
the victory of Gary Terrell over Butch 
Morgan for the housing league title. 

Pillow fighting was included in the intra- 
mural schedule for the first time this fall and 
brought fun and excitement to participants 
and audience alike, though not counting 
toward trophy points. 



Right: Greg Lamping slams a shot to Joe Miles in intramural tahle 
tennis singles competition. Below: Gary Terrell. 12 PAK quarter- 
back, fakes the oncoming rushers to set up a screen play. 




310 Athletics/lntramurals 




Top: Participants test their strength in Intramural weightlifting. 
Left: When going fur a rebound, there is often a lot of contact under 
the hoards. 



Athletics/Intramurals 311 



Right: Jim Barnetl has the rebound as teammates 
[oe Cichelti and Carlos Moreno converge. Bottom: 
Pat Wilson of UHFH anticipates upcoming backhand 
shot during a (able tennis singles match. 




312 Athletics/Intramurals 




120 Basketball Teams 
Enter Competition 

The Alumni auxiliary gym was the scene 
for the Intramural Volleyball play, with 
more than 50 participating teams. Winners in 
the three divisions were OD's for housing, 
OKNY for independents, and Pi Kappa 
Alpha for fraternity. Pikes took the IM 
volleyball victory over OKNY in the final 
contest. 

Steve Beban and Frank N'ankivell repre- 
sented Pi Kappa Alpha and took the fra- 
ternity division crown in the handball 
doubles tourney; UHFH members Jim More- 
land and Sam White became independent 
bracket winners. 

A record 120 IM basketball teams, com- 
prised of 17 leagues in' the three divisions, 
began the spring program, lasting half the 
semester. 



Left: Lloyd Peniston spikes the ball into the net as Chuck Meade 
looks on. Below: IM sports offers a chance for independent 
swimmers to compete. 




Athletics/Intramurals 313 



Right: Steve Rubin. IJHFH. and Leung Wing-Sing 
compete in IM table tennis singles at Keene Ha' 
Bottom: Daryl Gorenflo and Stan Pattison rush toward 
their opponent in flag football game. 




314 Athletics/Intramurals 






Pikes Show Strength 
In IM Action 



Intramural wrestling was tallied as a team 
sport this year with ten weight classes in 
competition. Division winners were Pikes 
for fraternity, 12 PAK for housing, and 
GROG for independent. 

The ping pong tourney drew a crowd to 
Keene Hall this spring when Daniel Tjandra 
beat Randy Riegler for the independent title 
and later defeated KA Dave Fugate for 
campus crown. 

Pikes again proved their strength and be- 
came victorious in fraternity weightlifting, 
as ODT and GROG members finished in a 
deadlock for first in the campus competition. 



Top: Back-stroking Ron Spurrier reaches for the finish in swim 
competition. Left: An Eastern student, surrounded by sticky de- 
fense, shoots from the side. 



Athletics/Intramurals 315 



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Association Presents Student's Opinions 



Students involved in the activities of the 
Student Association made work contribu- 
tions during the year in helping to plan a day 
care center, recommending elimination of 
dormitory personality records, and opposing 
a tuition increase this year. They worked 
with the Energy Committee by establishing 
a student-ride service. At the beginning of 
each semester, a student co-op book ex- 
change was offered. The senate continued 



work on the open-house and dormitory 
visitation policy. 

Eastern's student government also worked 
with the Kentucky Student Association and 
the National Student Association, which has 
increased communication with universities 
across the country. 



The Student Senate, elected in the fall, presented the administra- 
tion ideas discussed and passed in senate meetings. 




318 Organizations/Student Association 










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Above: Senators and interested students listen to argu- 
ments presented at a Senate meeting held in the Kenna- 
mer Room of the Powell Building. Left: Steve Slade. Stu- 
dent Senate President, reads a draft of a proposal. 



Organizations/Student Association 319 



Members of the Student Association Cabinet are Kay White. Steve 
Slade. Steve Rowland. Dave Kirsev. Bob Burdee. and Dave Gibson. 




320 Organizations/Student Association 





Above: Members serving on the Stu- 
dent Court are Marcella Odell, David 
Cecil, Gary Gray. Ethel Crawford, 
secretary; Sue Lee. David Smith. 
Marvin Swain, Mark Meinze. and 
David Taylor. Left: Steve Rowland, 
vice president of the Student Associa- 
tion, listens to a proposal being made 
bv a senator on the floor. 



Organizations/Student Association 321 



Committee Suggests 
Energy Saving Steps 

November 12, President Martin appointed 
the Energy Conservation Committee. The 
committee was composed of an equal num- 
ber of students and administrative represen- 
tatives. Steve Slade, Student Association 
President, and Dr. Thomas Myers, Vice 
President for Student Affairs, served as 
co-chairmen. 

After several weeks of discussing and 
planning, the committee recommended to 
President Martin several procedures for 
conserving energy, involving heat and elec- 
tricity conservation in University buildings. 
Various informational methods were carried 
out and an energy conservation contest was 
conducted among residence halls and organ- 
izations. At a meeting in March, it was re- 
ported that the campus had reduced electric 
and utility use by 20 percent. 



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The participating unit will submit a statement on what it 

has done to conserve energy, statements must be- •■ 

by April 12 to the office of Student Affairs. S«orts to 

censer-e energy should be generally center, - 

„"'';' / oss ^s efforts could be saving electric ■■ 

use of car pools, etc. - ' 

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Above: The committee publicizes their contest that was designed 
to conserve energy on campus. Below: The Energy Conservation 
Committee contemplates some proposals made about reduced 
lighting in University buildings. 




322 Organizations/Energy Committee 




Above: A car pool chart posted in Palmer Hall provides 
students an opportunity to find rides home and save Has 
Left: Signs over each light switch on campus are constant 
reminders for students to reduce their consumption of 
electricilv. 



Organizations/Energy Committee 323 




Student Affairs Aids Organizations 



The Office of Student Organizations and 
Activities, a division within student affairs, 
was responsible for overseeing and assisting 
140 student organizations active on the EKU 
campus this year. 

Staff members in the office were avail- 
able to offer advise to organizations on ser- 



vice and fund raising projects and insured 
that organizations provided activities within 
their stated scope and purposes. 



Above: Pam Peylon. right, Panhellenic Advisor, discusses up- 
coming sorority events with Panhellenic President Susan Sears. 



324 Organizations/Office of Student Activities and Organizations 




Left: Keeping up with changing at- 
titudes of the thirteen fraternities on 
campus. Mike Ross. Director of Fra- 
ternities, lends a helping hand to those 
concerned. Below: Skip Daugherty, 
Director of Student Organizations and 
Activities, obtains the ideas and in- 
terests of the students to bring about 
a broadening spectrum of activities. 




Organizations/Office of Student Activities and Organizations 325 




BSU Sponsors Summer Missionaries 



Providing students an opportunity to come 
together for fellowship, study, worship, and 
involvement in social activities, the Baptist 
Student Union also served the Richmond 
Community in many ways. Each week stu- 
dents visited the local nursing home, Crest- 
view, talking and sharing with the people. 
At Thanksgiving and Christmas, the BSU 
sponsored Can-Cern Campaigns. 

Regular programs, speakers, and Bible 
study groups were a few of the activities 
open to people. People attending Coffee- 
houses, presented monthly, were enter- 
tained by both local and traveling groups. 

The Baptist Student Center was open 
every day to anyone wishing to come by for 
a good time. BSU sponsored EKU students 
as Summer Missionaries in the United States 
and throughout the world. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. FRONT ROW: Douglas Sjolander. 
Baptist campus minisfer; Brenda Hughes, Debbie Slusher. Nancy 
Kaufman. Lavada Talley. Elaine Drake. Karen Fonville. Lisa Simp- 
son, Carolyn Finch, and Karen Riffe. SECOND ROW: )ackie 
Clevenger. Kathy Morgan, Karen Kelly. Betsy Griffin, secretary; 
Amy Berryman, Teri Greene. Kathy Hamilton. Janie Christopher. 
Julia Schooler, and Sally Wietjes. THIRD ROW: Terry Martin. 
Vickie Stamm, Martha Maggard, Faye West. Sherry Stamm. Diane 
Dodd. music chairman: Kathy Lane, social chairman: Joy Martin. 
Debbie Lykins. and Esther Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Cathy Morri- 
son. Geri Godbey. Danita Maynard. Susan Fritsch. Robin Drys- 
dale. Terry Thomas. Rebecca Stephens. Susan Rambo. Barbara 
Walker, and Glenda Pearman. FIFTH ROW: Barbara Angel. Jean 
Davis. Claudia Gibson. Danny Lane. Greg Garrett, Bob McKenny, 
Connie Kinman, Debbie Dixon, Darlene Covington, and Paula 
Hart. SIXTH ROW: Mary Karr. |ody Moorhead. Dale Parrish. 
Linda Gregory. Bob Farmer. Robin Young. Tina Slusher. Debbie 
Bogie. Vickie Martin, and Jackie Hampton. SEVENTH ROW: Tim 
Slusher. Reggie Hickman, Mike James. Terry Henderson, Bill 
Daniel, Jim Cowan. Kevin Ryan. Bob Doughty. Jim Smith, and 
Tim Botlorff. EIGHTH ROW: John Cowan. Dan Hamilton, presi- 
dent. Scott Neal. Bob Richter. David Hughes. Randy Hays. 
Delbert Newman. Mark Caldwell. David Houben. and David 
Beck. 



32R Organizations/Fellowships 




Wesley Foundation 
Sponsors Dance 

The Wesley Foundation provided Metho- 
dist students with an opportunity for fellow- 
ship on campus and to travel in several 
states as a group. Their singing group 
traveled approximately 10,000 miles in 
neighboring states. 

They sponsored the Spiritual Life Mission 
week. Members also tutored local high 
school students. Special socials were 
planned for the members, including a Fifty's 
dance at the center. Periodically, the 
Foundation combined with the Newman 
Center to hold meetings and to have 
evenings of entertainment. 



Left: Al Wesley Foundation's Fabulous Fifty's Dance. ]ohn 
Clidester and his partner Rock and Roll to the music of Boppin' 
Bobby. Below: WESLEY FOUNDATION. FRONT ROW: Sue 
Sells. ]anis Miller. ]ill Noble, Jerry Nantz, historian: Judy Hans- 
ford, secretary: Jannie Ilewetson, Eugene Sewell lr.. Joelyn 
Medeiros. Emma [ana Allen, and Prissy Fisher. SECOND ROW: 
Angel Richeson, Sandra Brown, Terry Slratton, )anet Baker, David 
Johnson, vice president: Rebecca Haywood, David Campbell. 
Judith Crigger, Frances Campbell, James Barlow, Nancy 
Anderson, and Judy Balser. historian. BACK ROW: Eugene 
Strange, director and Minister: David Stratlon. Rob Miller. 
Russ Clark. Roger Strunk, John Clidester, Richard Ott, Ed Strick- 
land. Tina Scent. Vickie Snook, and Danny Stratton. 




Organizations/Fellowships 327 



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FRONT ROW: Linda Boatrighl. Andrea Fogg. Esther Houser. |oyce 
Brown. SECOND ROW: Virenda Cunningham. Karen Pope, presi- 
dent; Anna Conner. Gwendolyn Riffe. treasurer. THIRD ROW: 
Vicki Buchanon. Patricia Kennedy, Gaynell Foreman. Yvette John- 
son. Deborah Hawkins, secretary. 



328 Organizations/Greeks 




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Alpha Kappa Alpha Awards Scholarship 



This fall the first annual Barbara Hunter 
Scholarship was awarded by Alpha Kappa 
Alpha. The award consisted of $100 given 
to an Eastern student who acknowledged 
the need for financial assistance. Also AKA 
sponsored an area retreat on October 6, for 
all AKA chapters in Kentucky. 

For a service project the Zeta Nu chapter 



of Alpha Kappa Alpha planned parties once 
a month for the Richmond youth at the Race 
Street Community Center. 

The sisters of AKA received a plaque from 
the Black Student Union for the largest con- 
tribution to their food drive and in the 
spring they held their fourth annual Miss 
Black Richmond Contest. 



Organizations/Greeks 3^9 




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FRONT ROW: Martha Ann Elliott. B. |. Schannon, Ann Keith 
Burckley. Lyn Neely, Cindy Snowden. Carolyn May. Diane Rainey. 
Ronna Graham, Anne Hazelrigg, Lynn Gillaspie. Ella Mae Kidwell, 
Mary Pam White, Marcia Morris. Dede William. Tonia Wight. 
SECOND ROW: Janet Leigh, Becky Parks, Debbie Troutman, Jo- 
anne Lepera. Sue Behrens. vice-president. Lynn Fox. Mary Van 
Arsdall, Carolyn Riley, Peggy Rack, Joan Trimble. THIRD ROW: 
Pam Wagner, Patti Mudd. Terry Becker, Sandy Ball, Peggy Rambi- 
cure. Debbie Raymond, Sharon Hey, Pam Kuhni. Jo Ann Griffey, 
Candy Weaver, Cathy Martin. Peggy Willis. Mary Smith. Sherry 
Winfree. FOURTH ROW: Aninta LeValley. Mary Hoffman, pres- 
ident: Sally Mullins, Diana Ogden. Debbie Killam, Gracia Pope. 
Cindy Fitzgerald, treasurer; Karen Tinsley. Debbie Akins. Mary 
Husted, Liz LeValley. secretary; Cathy Seyle. Debbie Moore. Mary 
Rausch, Joyce Forsythe. 






330 Organizations/Greeks 




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Alpha Delta Pi Sponsors Cancer Drive 



A cancer drive was the service project 
Alpha Delta Pi chose to sponsor this fall. 
ADPi's were also active in the all Greek 
candle sale for mental retardation and the 
Kappa Alpha Order's muscular dystrophy 
drive. Once again an Indian child from Ne- 
vada found sponsorship through the ADPi's. 

Fall social activities were the SAE County 



Fair, the Beta football tournament, winning 
the DU relay bike race, and capturing the 
overall trophy in the Sigma Chi Derby. 

Their spring agenda for social activities 
included the Theta Chi volleyball tourna- 
ment, the PiKA bowling tournament, and 
their own second annual paddleball tourna- 
ment. 



Organizations/Greeks 331 



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FRONT ROW: Karen Shockley. Helen Graves. Linda Hedgecock. 
Terri Silverman, Maria Esles. Kalhy Ruffley, Donna Kennedy. 
Kathy Wilson. Debbie Jones, Cindy Miller, Pam Kiddoo. Jean 
Schubert, secretary; Darla Vogelsang, president; Sally Cox. Ge- 
niene McKinley, Cecilia Anello. SECOND ROW; Mary Elizabeth 
Durbin. Janet Harter. Brian Rodgers. Dottie Frith. Beverly Gray, 
Nancy Hastings, Melinda Votaw, Kristy Phillips, Susan Schrock, 
Nancy Sands. Mary McKenzie, Jean Huffman. Llewellyn Howell. 
THIRD ROW: Karen Estridge. Debbie Lanham, Deborah Barfield. 
Gary Davis. Cheryl Clarke. Greg Brunsman. Mary Eversole. trea- 
surer; Sally Munson, Bob Peterson. Debi Harris. 



332 Organizations/Greeks 




Alpha Gamma Delta's Fifth Anniversary at EKU 



Recognized as Eastern's first national 
sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta celebrated 
their fifth anniversary on campus. 

National altruistic projects included work 
with the National Society for Crippled 
Children and Adults, an annual symposium 
for cleft palate research at Syracuse Uni- 
versity, and aid to the field of Minimal Brain 
Dysfunction. Locally, the Alpha Gams help- 
ed collect donations for UNICEF, visted the 
children at Shriners' Hospital in Lexington, 



and helped with the annual Greek Candle 
Sale for the School of Hope. Sponsoring a 
gas pump helped to raise money for their 
national altrustic project. 

The Alpha Gams were also active in many 
Greek activities during the year, including 
the DU Bike Race, the Sigma Chi Derby, 
SAE County Fair, and Beta Theta Pi Foot- 
ball Tournament. In the spring, Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta began their annual girls' softball 
tournament. 

Organizations/Greeks 333 




ABT 



FRONT ROW: Thomas Bulcher, president; [eanie Skees. Dwight 
Lancaster. Nick Clark, Bruce Olin. Nancy MacMillan, Ed Nelson. 
Daniel Custis. SECOND ROW: Daniel Watson. Michael Earley, 
Jim Gover, Mick Long. Thomas Ellingsworth. treasurer. 



334 Organizations/Greeks 



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ABT Newest Fraternity on Campus 



The newest fraternity to arrive on campus 
was Alpha Beta Tau. The brothers became 
recognized officially in November of 1972. 
The fraternity was formed to promote the de- 
velopment of agri-business and technology 
and the betterment of young agriculturists. 

ABT's participated in all Greek service 
projects including the candle sale for the 



School of Hope. In the fall, the ABT's were 
represented in the tractor pull at the Madi- 
son County Fair. 

A spring formal was held at Chateau Com- 
bi in Cincinnati. Other parties were held 
during the year which commemorated their 
establishment as the thirteenth fraternity at 
Eastern. 



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Betas Sponsor Cyclethon 



Cardinal Hill in Lexington was the scene 
of a party for crippled children held by 
Beta Theta Pi during the fall. In the spring, 
they sponsored their third annual cyclethon- 
walkathon for the Kentucky Association of 
Retarded Children. 

The brothers of Beta Theta Pi also spon- 
sored a sorority chug-a-lug contest, a foot- 
ball tournament, and an Invitation Basket- 



ball tournament for neighboring Beta chap- 
ters. Betas, also, participated in all Greek in- 
tramurals and several tournaments. 

Social activities highlighting the year 
included the spring formal and homecoming 
festivities. During Homecoming, the Betas 
built a float with the sisters of Kappa Alpha 
Theta and held a football game with Beta 
alumni. 



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FRONT ROW: Mike Clare, Bob Gruner, Maria Estes, Greg Os- 
borne, Debi Langdon, Tim McCubbin. Richard |, VVhitaker. Allen 
Gruner. Vicki Gallon. SECOND ROW: Daryl Marcum. Bryan Am- 
erine, Joe Brown. Andre Kinney. Robyn Marinelli. sweetheart; 
Dan Legel. secretary: Frankie Nunn, John Lanier, Mike Larkins, 
Lari Laverne. THIRD ROW: Michael Turner, president: Jackie 
Butler. Rick Lohr, Mike McWhorler, Shelly Lueders, "Moose" 
Mitchell. Bob Peterson. Chuck Melville, vice-president; Jim Cleve- 
land. John R. Wallingford, Judy Calvert, John Nelson, Randale 
Akers, Mike Conway, treasurer; J. R. May. Greg Brown. Dune 
Dawkins, Sue Stemeberg, Fred Colbertson, Vic Huff, Jeff Noyes, 
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DU's Reinstate Little Sis Program 



The Delta Daisies were established as the 
Delta Upsilon Little Sisters in November, 
marking the first year the DU's have had 
little sisters since 1970. 

In September Delta Upsilon held their 
fifth consecutive bike race and all Greek 
organizations were invited to participate. 

Homecoming was more complete this year 



for the DU's due to the founding of their 
Alumni Association. There was a party held 
in honor of the DU alumni after the home- 
coming game at Tates Creek Country Club 
in Lexington. 

Celebrating its 139 years as a fraternity, 
the DU's held their Founder's Day Dinner 
November 12 in honor of the holiday. 



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FRONT ROW: Mike Kleine. secretary; John Hawk Shearer. SEC- 
OND ROW: William Brewer, Glenn Gilbert. Sue Behrens. sweet- 
heart: David Zimmerman, president: Keith Brown. Bernus Turner, 
Dave Chasteen, Brian Witt, Danny Coulter. THIRD ROW: Mike 
Alley. Jay Vedelli. ]oe Hardy. Terry Wyatl. treasurer; Mark Shar- 
man, Hank Bauer. Randy Zumbiel, Fred Perkins. Charles Fitz- 
patrick, Steve Carson, Joe DeWitt. 



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FRONT ROW: Sally Harrison. Ruth Hays, Becky Ricketts. Cathi 
Jones. Dawn Crisp. Pam Clifford. Shoey— KD King. SECOND ROW: 
Rosetta Catlett. Carol Isaacs. Cathy Crane. Katie Kravviec. Debbie 
Tygrett. Bonnie Bowen. |enny Wilson. Coleen Kelly. THIRD ROW: 
Kay Hammons. Betty |. Elam. Heather Pherson. Karen D. Hamilton. 
Pam Clements. Cindy Fisher. Denise Ormes. FOURTH ROW: Rob- 
in Hainetton. Michelle Lorette. Pamela Hoskins, Karen L. Hamil- 
ton. Debbie Badishain. Linda Buchanan. Edwina Hamilton. FIFTH 
ROW: Barbara Ricke. Cindy Hopkins, Kathy Roach— treasurer. 
]oy Lynn Straton. Vickie Fritz. Cecie Pearce. Paula Woodal. Becky 
Farley. Cindy Richardson. Paulette Ross. Pam Allen. Trudy Huck- 
ins, Tari Sloneker. Carole Crane. Rebecah Sthreshley. Beth Bakos. 
Debbie Monaghan. Patty Mavity. Becky Colin. Rita Sutphin. SIXTH 
ROW: Nancy Arnsparger. Diane Donohue. Connie Conibear. Nan- 
cy Evans, [an Stacy — secretary. Cheryl Combs, Jennie McBrayer. 
Laura Marshall. Linda Kibbey. Marsha Belger. Mary Beth Smith. 
Janet Rowland. SEVENTH ROW: Nadine Brewer— vice president. 
Jill Frey — president. Ellen Bach. Martha Best. Harris Harpel. Evon 
Eldridge. Viviane Madden. 



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KD's Receive Progress Award 



Receiving a progress award at their na- 
tional convention, the KD's started off 
another active year. The sorority initiated 
its first annual Parent's Day in November, 
and held other events throughout the year, 
including the "KD Smile Week" and KD 
Dating Game. December 8 the sorority spon- 



sored a winter formal at Cumberland Falls 
Lodge, and in March the sisters held their 
spring formal. 

KD's participated in many service activ- 
ities including a candle sale for mentally 
retarded children and a trick or treat for 
UNICEF. 



Organizations/Greeks 341 




Kappa's Celebrate National Affiliation 



Eastern's historical centennial year was 
Kappa Alpha Psi's first year of national 
recognition. The fraternity was chartered as 
the Eta Alpha chapter in April. Highlighting 
the social roster was the Black and White 
Ball sponsored by the fraternity and the 
Kappa Alpha Psi Kittens. 



The Guide Right Program was the major 
service project undertaken by the Kappa's. 
Through this program the brothers aided 
the underprivileged and mentally retarded 
children of the Richmond area. They worked 
again for the mentally retarded children 
by selling candles for the School of Hope. 



342 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Orestes Richardson. Larry Smith, Arthur McDonald. 
James Middleton, secretary; John Payne, president; Garrett Hu- 
guely, Franklin Kennedy. Marshall Bush, Jose H. Grinage. vice- 
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FRONT ROW: Becky Hanner. Henny Helton. Debbie Mackenzie, 
vice-president; Roni Davis, Debbie Bailey, Jackie Burleson. Deb- 
bie Hartman, Sue Otto. Tippy Cannon. SECOND ROW: Nancj 
I.. Burch. Cathy D. Collins. Pam Wasserman, Peggy Evans. Ellen 
Moeler, Lisa Christopher, Kalhy Eicher, [an Whallen. THIRD 
ROW: Sally Coaplen. Charlene Given, Sharon Wilson. Judy Fields. 
Shelley McConkey. Linda Cooper, Many Lou Leisinger. Teresa 
Holcome, Sue Hunter. Marsha Wright, Debbie Cupp. Debbie Bat- 
tle, Paula Howard. Cecily Holmes. Connie Freking. FOURTH 
ROW: Kama Whiltington. Cathryn Carman, Karen Quail, Karen 
Zaidan. Jan Pollute, Margaret Bausch. Margie Moeves. treasurer; 
Betsy Murphy, Thelma Parker. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Hundley. Bec- 
ky Albaugh. Marly Callahan. Susan Marshall. Mary Lou Roesel. 
Sue Sterneberg. Debbie Bathiany. Jennifer Reagan. Pam Yeager, 
Bonne Hopkins. Joan Miller. Vickie Brake. Debbie Mckinney. Deb 
Ridenour, Karen Kranz. SIXTH ROW: Connie Halbauer, Carol An- 
derson, Krisly Wing, Jo Ann Fox. Pam Coble, fayne Marlowe, pres- 
ident; Vickie Galton. Claudia Roberts, Vikki Sweny. Debbie Hric- 
ko. secretarv; Leslie Couch. 



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Thetas Win Many Trophies 



Fall semester brought a host of trophies 
for Kappa Alpha Theta when they won first 
place in the SAE County Fair and the Beta 
Theta Pi Football Tournament. They also 
received a second place trophy in the TKE 
Basketball Tournament. 

As their service projects, Thetas held a 
Halloween party for the School of Hope and 
participated in the annual candle sale for the 
school. At Thanksgiving, they gave aid to a 



needy family in the Richmond area. The 
sisters also continued their support of the 
National Institute of Logopedics for children 
with speech problems. 

The annual Parent's Weekend was held in 
November with a dinner at Boone Tavern. 
Their winter formal was in Lexington at the 
Lansdowne Country Club. Spring semester 
was filled with many activities and ended 
with the annual formal. 

Organizations/Greeks 345 




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FRONT ROW: Michael Burdette. Dave Fugate, Tom Cole. Lynn 
McClair, Buzzie Midden. Keilh Schneider. Gene Strong. I Mid- 
den, Steve Haydon. Kirk Glasgow. Lawrence Pierce, Ron Semago. 
Kevin Lett, Gan Davis, Darrell Saxton. SECOND ROW: Don |ones. 
Lee Martin, Barn Sloess, Bobbj Thompson. Boh Durrett. Glyn 
Kerbaugh. Cand\ Weaver. KA mascot: Ed Reilly, |ames Givens, 
Sieve Gray. Robert Rutledge, Steve Sloess, Andy Draut. president: 
Bobb\ Carver, vice-president: Bibb Tracy. THIRD ROW: Edwin 
Miller, .Man Upton. Michael Mcintosh. Can Fassler. David Hay- 
don. Duane Mayfield, Ralph Senninger, Kim Kemo. Jeff McClnre. 
Gregory Cutlip, Steven Myers. Dan Wilson. C. B. L'plon. 



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KA's Fire Cannon at Football Games 



Firing their cannon after each Eastern 
touchdown at all the home foothall games 
was Kappa Alpha Order's response to honor 
the Colonels. This cannon symbolized the 
annual KA Old South week which is held 
each spring. 

The brothers of Kappa Alpha participated 
in many service projects such as, the Muscu- 



lar Dystrophy Drive and the School of Hope 
Candle Sale. They also worked with children 
in an Appalachian orphange. 

KA's held their annual Cool Hand Luke 
Egg Eating Contest, and the Chugging Con- 
test for all Greeks on campus. Homecoming 
was topped off this year with a reception 
honoring all returning alumni. 



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Omega's Support Sickle Cell Anemia Fund 



In September the members of Omega Psi 
Phi donated $150 to the Sickle Cell Anemia 
Foundation. Omega's participation in this 
worthy donation drive was one of their most 
important service activities for the year. 
They also conducted a "Voter Registration 
Drive" in mid-September and campaigned 



during the November election. 

Social activities included sponsoring 
several dances and a campus wide hayride. 
In the Sigma Chi window painting contest 
the Omega's painted a message of black 
pride, unity, and cultural achievement for 
the black citizens of Richmond. 



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Michael Mason. Stanford Mullen, president: Andrew Rice, vice- 
president: Gary Simpson. Bubel Caldwell. Alison McFarland. 
Bruce Crump. Stan Whittlesey. George Jackson, Raymond Hinkle. 
James Sebree. James Madden, |immy Ballew. 




Organizations/Greeks 349 




Phi Mu's Hold First Swim-a-thon 



As a fund raisng project for their national 
philanthropy, the SS HOPE, Phi Mu held its 
first annual Swim-a-thon. They joined other 
Greeks in the School of Hope Candle Sale, 
Cystic Fibrosis Drive; as well as holding a 
Halloween party for the people of Roselawn 
Rest Home. 

Phi Mu's made their first appearance in 
the Sigma Nu Powder Puff Football Tourna- 
ment this year. They also participated in the 
Sigma Chi Derby, SAE County Fair, TKE 

350 Organizations/Greeks 



Basketball Tournament, and the Theta Chi 
Volleyball Tournament. 

An initiation for new members of the 
Alumnae chapter was held in November, 
and a dinner was given to the alums. Phi 
Mu also entertained with a Parent's Day and 
a winter formal at Cumberland Falls. 

When Spring came, they serenaded the 
fraternities, sponsored a tennis tournament, 
and topped off the year with their annual 
spring formal. 




FIRST ROW: Helen Wiggington, Diane Morris. Margy McCarty, 
Mary Henson. SECOND ROW: Mary Jane Block. Sharon Stephens, 
Gayle Keys, Susan Parsons. JoAnn Jeffers, Patli Blank, Terrisa 
Thompson, Mary Lieser, Debbie Schock. treasurer: Cathy Shay, 
Becky White, Terri Durkin. THIRD ROW: Karla Strong, secretary; 
Kim Wright, Cyndi Reynolds. Sharon Slusher. Theresa Keene, 
Susan Young. Nancy Bibelhausen, president: Nancy Boggs, |udy 
Schneider. John Davenport. Phi-guy; Gayle Sprawl, Marquetta 
Sizemore, (anis McNulty, secretary: Diane Holder, Mary Kay Por- 
tune. FOURTH ROW: Teresa Taylor, vice president; Debi Ison, 
Gail Gregory, Jennifer Meade. Ann Wallin, Dene Blevens, Carol 
Shafer. Cheri Norris. Jackie Ryan, Susan Kenny. Teresa Venters. 
Cathy Callas. 






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Phi Delts Sponsor Softball Tournament 



Eastern's sororities were given the op- 
portunity to participate in the annual Phi 
Delta Theta softball tournament this fall; 
As well as a sorority swim meet. 

Services activities included selling can- 
dles for the mentally retarded children in 
the School of Hope and selling first aid kits 
to aid an alumni brother who was seriously 



injured during the summer of 1973. 

Socially the Phi Delts joined with Kappa 
Delta sorority and built a float for the Cen- 
tennial Homecoming Parade. During Christ- 
mas the Phi Delt Santa Claus was again seen 
on Campus. Other activities included a 
spring formal which was held on a boat on 
the Ohio River. 



352 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Barry Maunlel. Kent Fennell, treasurer; Ron Alex- 
ander. Debbie Cupp, sweetheart, Joe Akin. Joe West, president; 
Jeff Palm, Gene Budzonsky, Kim Mack, SECOND ROW: Henry 
Shore, Dave Thompson, Rick Molohon, Ralph Bostic, Bob Cairns. 
John Foland, vice-president; Mike Lease. THIRD ROW: Les Booth. 
Rick Springs, Mike Hall, Mike Tucker. Gary Watson, Keith Coatney. 
FOURTH ROW: Mike Fair, Jeep McFarland, Jim Greenup, Terry 
Johnson, John Robert Foley. FIFTH ROW: William Gearhart. Step- 
hen Glassford, Donn Darrell Bunce. Rick Nellner. 




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Pikes Move Into New Home 



Beginning their fifth year on campus. Pi 
Kappa Alpha purchased a house on Boggs 
Lane. The house is used to initiate new 
pledges, and to provide a place to hold chap- 
ter meetings. 

Pikes were again active on campus by 
selling candles for the School of Hope and 
registering over 200 voters on voter regis- 
tration day. Pikes published the official 



EKU activities calendar for students and 
faculty. 

The brothers retained the All-Campus 
Sports Trophy and the Sportsmanship 
Award given by the intramural department. 
Other annual events were the pie-eating 
contest, bowling tournament and Pikes Peak 
Week. Social events included the Dream Girl 
Ball, parents banquet, and winter formal. 



354 Organizations/Greeks 




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FIRST ROW: David Stratton, Sieve Wright, ]. W. Smith. Tom Zim- 
mer, secretary: Keith Earley. vice president. Cindy Fitzgerald. 
Dream Girl; Herschel Miller, president; Michael Pulliam. trea- 
surer; William Owings, Michael Kinman, Dan Sabad, Ken Rilter, 
lohn E. O'N'an, Bubbles Morton. Paul Filippucci. SECOND ROW: 
Barry Stauffer. Jerry Burch. Kenny Epperly, Sam White. Bill Hugh- 
es. THIRD ROW: Van Nianouris. Dave Warner. Mike Angell. Ted 
Dageford, ]im Adkins. Steve Cosby. Paul McKee. Fred Lickert. 
Steve Cox. ]im Forsythe. Gary Strange. FOURTH ROW: Louis Ran- 
dall. Garry Sabad, Wayne Crablree. Henry Sandidge. Paul Glass, 
Greg Gibbs. |ohn Kramer. B. G. Mauney, Nipps Theiler. George 
Taylor, Frank Powers. Chuck Moore. Tonv DeCandia. Frank Nan- 
kiuell. 



Organizations/Greeks 355 





FRONT ROW: Steve Harbin, Lloyd Peniston. Steve Fore. Charles 
C. Meade 11. vice-president: Charles W. Edwards, president: 
Michael C. Schilling, treasurer: W. Michael McGinnis, Charles 
H. Colehour, Keith Roberts, Dr. Richard E. Schaffer. advisor. SEC- 
OND ROW: Sue Otto, sweetheart: Anita Stevens. Steve McCombs. 
Renaye Ward. Mindy Colley. Mike Davis, Steve Schroeder. Donald 
Woosley. Robert Pendygraft, George Costas. THIRD ROW: Patti 
Eanes. Judy Noe, Becky Otten. David Gibson. Jackie Epley. Judy 
Fields. Darrell Bandy. Chuck Young. Bonne Hopkins. Kelvin Gor- 
ley, Tim Lanham. FOURTH ROW: Mar\ McKenzie, Mike Crane. 
Ricky Oliver. Rick Perry. Margie Miller. Paula Overstreet. Dave 
Worfel. Bob Salera, Molly Burr. Steve Higdon. Robert Moore. 
FIFTH ROW: Arthur B. Smith. Cindy Hopkins. Steve Mandl. Mi- 
chael Lawson. David Rodgers. Mike Klopfer. Jennifer Walkins. 
Dennis Moore. SIXTH ROW: Paul Sagarese, John Douglas. Rose 
McFarland. Kevin Martello. secretary: Jane Berndt. John S. Rob- 
erts. Steve Vanover. SEVENTH ROW: David Rumtin. June Mc- 
Conkey. Charles Abner. Harold Glasscock. Edward L. Sherman. 
Ronnie Abner. Bob Heyer. Jerry Engle. Arnold Phillips. Eil Myers, 
Harlev C. Davis. 



356 Organizations/Greeks 




BOG Goes SAE 



Beta Omicron Gamma became the Ken- 
tucky Delta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon Oct. 27, 1973. The installation Banquet 
was held the same night at the Phoenix Hotel 
in Lexington, and was attended by most of 
Eastern's Greek organizations as well as 
SAE chapters from the Universities of 
Kentucky and Tennessee. 

Service activities included the School of 
Hope Candle Sale, a Christmas party for the 



Telford Center, and the annual Apple Butter 
Week for the needy children of Madison 
County. 

SAE sponsored a county fair, a soccer tour- 
nament, and a mini-skirt contest. Other social 
events were a Christmas party and spring 
week-end. In the DU Bike Race, Dr. Schaffer, 
the SAE advisor, won first place in the fac- 
ulty race. They also won the TKE Academic 
Bowl. 



Organizations/Greeks 357 





FRONT ROW: Kent Schaad, Robert Green. Terry Rcnitson. emmi- 
nem commander, Paul Gibbs, Sieve Bryant. SECOND ROW: Rich- 
ard Hines. Dave Conrad. It. commander: Dave Pasierb. Rodney 
Pern . Steve Bailes. James Bell. |ohn YVesterfield, recorder: Greg- 
ory Gordon. Bill Young. THIRD ROW: Larry Owens. Garj Newton. 
Ken Williams, Michael Riddle. Tom Mangus. Gregory |. Schmill. 
Craig Chiles. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Martin, David Trudell, [ohnnie 
Hunter, Dirk Martin, John Heffernan, treasurer: Cliff Belden. L. C. 
Stewart. Kevin Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: Fred Missbuechler, Rob 
Curry, Mike Kelly, David Young. SIXTH ROW: |oel Goodin. Gary 
Powell. Robert Ro\ alts . Daniel Risig. Dan Shank. Les Beebe. 



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Sigma Nu Acquires Fraternity House 



The W. R. Shackleford house on West 
Main Street became the home for the Sigma 
Nu's this fall. They were one of the first 
fraternities in Eastern's history to make 
residence off-campus. 

During the year, Sigma Nu's initiated 20 
little sisters and visited their National Head- 
quarters in Lexington, Virginia. 



Sigma Nu participated in the annual can- 
dle sale for mentally retarded children, and 
the Hanging of the Greens for the Christmas 
celebration in the Keene Johnson Building. 
They also sponsored the second annual Ka- 
rate Tournament, a Pool Tournament, Pow- 
der Puff football games, and the football 
run to Morehead. 



Organizations/Greeks 359 




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FRONT ROW: Rita Sutphin. James A. Epifano. president: Bobby 
Van Natta. Debbie Hartman. Ronnie Bottom. Nancy Amsparger, 
sweetheart. SECOND ROW: Peggy Willis. Pam Clifford. Dan Ni- 
colet, Patty Riggs. Charlie Matthews. Debbie Badishian. John B. 
Greenwell, vice-president: David Kiefer, Becky Wilson. Bob 
Wheeler, Valerie Crass. Becky Collins. Eric Wirtz. Danny Epp. 
THIRD ROW: Danny Ellis. Charlie Frazee. Brad Van Meter. Karen 
Hamilton. Jim Schomaker. FOURTH ROW: Tin [or Wong. Phil 
Koenigstein. Joe Bartolutti. Jackie Kidd. Mike Tipton. Bill Wilson. 
Carole Riggs, Mickey Mills, Jim Ross. Darla Vogelsang. Urshell 
Smith. Donna Kennedy, Gary Campbell. Jeff McClary. Rosetta Cat- 
lett. Mike Reed, Carol Schvvenke, Leo Rice, Mary Husted. Marcia 
Morris. 



360 Organizations/Greeks 




Sig's Sponsor Window Painting Contest 



Spirit in Greek life was ignited as the year 
began when Sigma Chi fraternity sponsor- 
ed a window painting contest in downtown 
Richmond. A street dance also promoted in- 
teraction between students and local mer- 
chants. 

Fall semester activity centered around 
the purchase of a house and the establish- 



ment of an Alumni chapter. In addition to 
winning the Greek intramural football 
championship, they held the annual Sigma 
Chi Derby Day; and also raised money for 
their national charity, Wallace Village. 

In the spring, Sigma Chi's initiated a Pa- 
rent's Day; and their annual formal brought 
the school year to a finale. 



Organizations/Greeks 361 




TKE First To Acquire Fraternity House 



Proud to be the first fraternity to move off- 
campus, Tau Kappa Epsilon acquired a 
house on Lancaster Avenue across from the 
city park. In addition, they celebrated their 
75th national anniversary while the Mu Beta 
Chapter commemorated its fifth year at 
Eastern. 

Major TKE activities included their an- 
nual basketball tournament, the Christmas 



candle sale, the Academic Bowl, and taking 
special education children to an Eastern 
football game. For a money-making project 
they published the TKE Guide to Freshmen 
Women. 

Social activities were the annual fra- 
ternity formal at Clifty Falls, Indiana and 
the TKE homecoming party held at the Barn 
Dinner Theater. 



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FRONT ROW: Robert Hawley, Ruber! Moffetl, Ken Wright, presi- 
dent; Mark Mann, Frank Zuccala, Tim Hall, Tom Ramey. SECOND 
ROW: Dave Sullivan, Ron Seiter, Rick Campbell. Cathj Collins, 
sweetheart; Dave Horton, Rick Woolums. Daniel Stratton, David 
Peters, rice-president. THIRD ROW: |ohn Roberts, Fred Barnotl. 
Jim Overmiller, Ton> Kirby, Art Cassill. Mike Townsend, David 
Davis. Ed Heller, Terrj Shall. Larry Anderson. FOURTH ROW: 
Ken Sleggeman. Ken Wartschlager, Keith Baehner. Bob McCnun, 
Dwayne Marcum, |im Keller. Ray Spenilla. Ben Trees. FIFTH 
ROW: Bill Adams. Rick Moore. |erry House. Brett Mariner. Chris 
Puffer. Martin Barsotti, treasurer; David Taylor, Tom Fisher. 




Organizations/Greeks 363 



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FIRST ROW: John Feather. Tom Dooley. Tom Knight. Dave Coey. 
Ramon Bower. Bill Simkins. Bill B.iker, Mark Fisher. Nadine Brew- 
er. Dream Girl; Jeff Barnetl. secretary; David Dennis. Boh Manes, 
president. SECOND ROW: |ohn Burton, Bill Pickett. David Grundy. 
Phil Shoemaker, vice president; ]ames Sherman. Bill McHugh, 
Tim Cohen, George Stewart. Kent Sheanshang. Craig Hafer. Rick 
Donoghue. THIRD ROW: George Kinder, John Doggendorf. Tom El- 
liot. Danny Babb. treasurer: George Brindley. Ronald Chapman. 
Sieve Raabe. FOURTH ROW: Bob Deskins. Jeff Martz. Mark Cow- 
man. |oe Knight. Keith Coleman. Hub Shutinger. Sam Rice. Jeff 
Harden. Mike Stickling, Ben Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Greg Britton. 
Roddy Barnard. Robert Bell, Mike Bonzo, Larrj Speck. Amos 
Jewell, Tim Thompson. 



304 Organizations/Greeks 




Theta Chi Aids White Hall Activities 



White Hall State Shrine activities over the 
Labor Day Weekend were aided by the 
Theta Chi fraternity. The fraternity acted as 
guides and assisted in the maintenance of 
the grounds. Also, as another service proj- 
ect, they helped support an underprivileged 
child in Richmond. 

Theta Chi held their annual Basketball 
Tournament with the chapters from Ohio 
and Kentucky participating and sponsored 



a Volleyball Tournament for Eastern's fra- 
ternities. They were also awarded the SAE 
County Fair All-round trophy and won the 
Sigma Chi downtown window painting con- 
test. 

Social events in the fall included the 
Christmas Party and the fourth annual 
Grape and Grain party. The spring activities 
were the Parents' Day Banquet and the 
Spring Formal. 



Organizalioris/Greeks 365 




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FIRST ROW: Gayle Bishop. Lisa Davis. Judy Noe, Kalhy Jo Black. 
Mona Wails. Amy Poynler. Terry DeRonde. Patty Riggs. SECOND 
ROW: jean Hempflinj;. Bonnie Gray. Debbie Bonagura. Carole 
Riggs, kalhy Noble, Carol Cole. THIRD ROW: Debi Langdon, Carol 
Christian. Debbie Fincel. Kalhy Adams. Bobbie Sammons, Debbie 
Pearson, president; Debbie Lamka. Marilyn Eby, ]ane Dulworth. 
Karen McCracken. Patricia Parker. Dorothy Epling. Janet knip- 
ple. secretary; Valerie Crass. Reeta Land. Jerri Sellers. Robyn 
Marinelli. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Kidd. Twelve Rebold. treasurer; 
Shelia Easterday, Teresa Kirkpalrick. Shelley Cochran. Tina Dane- 
lak, Suzanne Perazzo. Kim Chiaramonte. Kim Osland. FIFTH 
ROW: Jackie Epley, Vickie Crawford. Mary Hubbard. Sheri Booh- 
er. Aleta Merkle. Katby Phillips, bona Brunker. SIXTH ROW: Ava 
Hatfield. Susan Sears. Barb Buck, vice president: Becky Losh. Pat 
Erwin, Debbie Buck. ]udy Webster. Connie Parrish, Shelley Lend- 
ers. Frances Childers, Brenda Milburn. Becky Cmichot. Debbie 
Elmore. 



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Chi Omega Honors Parents 



The annual parents' day banquet was held 
in November to honor the parents of Chi 
Omega. As a service to the community, the 
sisters sold candles, furnished by the Madi- 
son County Mental Retardation Association, 
to their parents. 

Chi O's, also, held their annual Faculty 
Tea, and participated in such Greek activ- 



ities as the SAE County Fair, the Sigma Chi 
Derby, Theta Chi volleyball tournament, 
and took second place in the Beta Theta Pi 
football tournament. 

Social activities for Chi Omega included a 
"Suppressed Desire" costume party, a 
Christmas formal, a roller skating party, and 
their spring formal in Louisville. 



Orgarvizalions/Greeks 367 




Freshmen Rush Aids Fraternity Expansion 



Expanding to include one local and twelve 
nationally affiliated fraternities, the 1973-74 
school year marked continued improvement 
for Eastern's fraternities. A major develop- 
ment in fraternity development was the 
establishment of off campus housing. These 
houses provided facilities for meetings, 
rituals, and returning alumni. 

The Inter-Fraternity Council welcomed 
freshmen to Eastern with the annual regis- 
tration week dance. Later in the semester, 
IFC held an all-Greek mixer to promote 
interaction between sororities and fratern- 
ities. They also co-sponsored the School of 
Hope Candle Sale in November, and in 
December, IFC members participated in the 
Hanging of the Greens. 

With a revision of the IFC constitution 
new rules were available for rush. Fraterni- 



ties were allowed to rush first semester 
freshmen this year, contributing to large 
pledge classes in all fraternities. 

In the spring, a rush and leadership con- 
ference was held to discuss any chapter 
problems. The annual IFC Scholarship 
Award was given to the individual fraternity' 
member with the highest grade point 
average, and the academic trophy was 
awarded each semester to the fraternity with 
the highest GPA. 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Mike Ross, 
advisor: John Lanier, president; Dave Zimmerman, vice president 
Danny Epp, treasurer; Mark Fisher, secretary. SECOND ROW; 
Darrel Marcum, Orestes Richardson. James Middleton. Ed 
Reilly, Gary Fassler. Tom Zimmer. THIRD ROW: Mike 
Riddle. George Jackson. Keith Roherts. Jim Cover. Nick Clark. 
David Stralton. FOURTH ROW: Bill Gearhart. Richard Whilaker, 
Ricky Perry. Mike Tipton. Boh Maines, Keith Coleman. BACK 
ROW: Kenny Thomas. Paul Gibbs, Bruce Crum. Keith Broun. 
Danny Stratton. 



368 Organizations/Greeks 



Panhellenic Contributes To Centennial Theme 



Since the first semester freshmen were 
allowed to rush this year, formal rush was 
held in the fall instead of the spring. Over 
200 girls participated in the week long activ- 
ity with the announcement of final bids 
given on Saturday night. 

In October, Panhellenic "trick-or-treated" 
for UNICEF in the Richmond area. Working 
in conjunction with IFC, the sororities sold 
candles for the School of Hope, as well as 
for the mentally retarded. 

Panhellenic decided that each sorority 
should try to carry out a theme for the 
Milestone pictures depicting some era over 



the past 100 years. They also sent representa- 
tives from each sorority to participate in the 
"Hanging of the Greens." 

In the spring, the major project was the 
production of the "Miss Eastern" Pageant. 
Panhellenic really excelled this year, as they 
scheduled Cincinnati Reds catcher Johnny 
Bench as the Master of Ceremonies. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Donna Moore, Char- 
lene Given. Sharon Hey, treasurer; Becky Collins. SECOND ROW: 
Patti Blank. Vickie Crawford, Beth Bakos, recording secretary: 
Sue Otto, president: Linda Boatright. BACK ROW: Clementine 
McCann, Pam Kidrioo. second vice president. Jackie Burleson. 
Frances Bird, Jo Ann Jeffers. Debi Harris. Susan Sears, vice 
president. 




Organizations/Greeks 369 




370 Organizations/Greeks 





Above: Dusty Chandler escapes the Phi Mu defense line 
as the KDT's hold on to their championship title in the 
Powder Puff foothall game. Left: Thomas Ellingsworth con- 
templates his next move in the SAE County Fair checker 
tournament. 



Organizations/Greeks 371 



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to fumble the ball during intramural play. Right: Candy Weaver 
aims carefully as she attempts to drop an egg into her partner's cup 
at the annual event on Sigma Chi Derby Day. 




372 Organizations/Greeks 




Below: Exhileration shows on Mary Durbin's face as she 
participates in the horse shoe contest at the SAE County 
Fair. Left: Paul Estes introduces his slick-skinned friend 
to (anie Corson. 



Organizations/Greeks 373 



Right: Barbara Ricke displays her ability at stilt walking 
as she moves ahead of her opponent in the relay. 
Below: Laughing eyes express the amusement of parti- 
cipation in the Sigma Chi's "zipper stripper" event. 





374 Organizations/Greeks 





Above: Art Cassill. Mark Mann and Ron Seiter 
apply an Eastern Kentucky University sticker to 
another car during TKE Sticker Day. Left: Phi 
Mu's huddle to plan their strategy against the 
KDT's at the Sigma Nu football game. 



Organizations/Greeks 375 



Right: Greeks pilch in and perform the sticky 
operation of papier-macheing figures for home- 
coming floats. Below: Kappa Alpha members 
display the old-time cannon that they fire after 
each Eastern touchdown. 






Above: Members of Kappa Alpha Psi 
fraternity perform their step dance 
at the annual Black and White Ball. 
Left: During a break. Funk-a-fied 
watches the fraternity members do 
their step. 



Organizations/Greeks 37 



Fraternity Houses 
Arrive at Eastern 



For the first time at Eastern, fraternities 
were allowed to purchase houses. Although 
only five men were able to live in the houses, 
it was a step upward from previous years. 

These houses provided a place for chapter 
meetings, initiation ceremonies, rush func- 
tions, and informal parties. It gave fraters a 
feeling of unity and stability and established 
a welcomed residence for returning alumni. 



Right: A Sigma \'u number' finds Ihe quiet solitude of his fraternity 
house an excellent place to study. Below: The Pike house, located 
on Bopgs lane, serves as a meeting spot for Pi Kappa Alpha frater- 
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378 Organizations/Greeks 




Above: The Sigma \'u house provides perma- 
nent residence for five brothers. Left: The TKK 
bell that rings cries of victory at home football 
games sits in silence in front of the Tau Kappa 
Epsilon house. 



Organizations/Greeks 379 




Top: The public can recognize sorority floors by 
the Greek letters painted in the windows. Above: 
The close bonds of sisterhood are evident among 
Greek floors. Right: A Chi O shines silver to be 
used for an upcoming formal affair. 



380 Organizations/Greek 




Sisterhood Prevails 
On Sorority Floors 




Since sorority houses are not located at 
Eastern, Walters, Telford and McGregor 
have certain floors designated for that pur- 
pose. Eight national social sororities resided 
at Eastern in 1974. 

Each sorority decorated its floor with a 
fashion theme which displayed their chap- 
ter mascot and colors. Individual chapter 
rooms provided a place for impromptu meet- 
ings, special ceremonies, quiet study, or 
simply relaxation. 



Left: A typical room displays a vast array of sororih paraphernalia. 
Below: Greek women work together in iheir chapter room's up- 

keep. 




Organizations/Greeks 381 




Women's Interdorm Serves As Liaison 



Composed of elected representatives and 
house council presidents from each dormi- 
tory, the Women's Interdorm Board acted as 
a liaison between the administration and the 
dormitory residents. They took care of rec- 
reational equipment installed in the dormi- 
tories, and worked to provide activities for 
the women residents. The "Final Frolic"' 
featuring the "Black Hawk Bluegrass Band" 
was presented in November. 

The Board also helped provide a medium 
of self government for women dormitory 



residents. In the spring semester, each house 
council conducted discussion groups con- 
cerning possible improvements for dormi- 
tory living. 



WOMENS'S INTERDORM. FRONT ROW: Roni Davis. Anne Shan- 
non Bacon. Lynn Maley. Karen Lane, president; and Anne Meyer. 
SECOND ROW: Beverly Swango, Virginia Richards. Patricia 
Wheeler, Candy Wells, Patsy Barnes, and Valerie Dobinski. THIRD 
ROW: Valerie Lohr, vice president; Doris Roach, secretary; Connie 
Lawrence, Karen Lewis. Mary Ladd, Gina Elvove. Penny Greene. 
)an Groezinger. and Patricia Thacker. BACK ROW Marsha 
Welker. Judy Wilson, treasurer; Angie Taylor, Sally Pralher. Sherri 
Lenberger. Allison Copony. and Debbie Mills. 



382 Organizations/Service and Activity 



Organizations Do Volunteer Work 



Working to improve the conditions in the 
residence halls, the Mens Interdormitory 
Council held monthly meetings to make 
proposals to the administration. Mens Inter- 
dorm drew the various dormitory councils 
into a strong central unit. The Council help- 
ed raise money for the Ron Brown fund. 

People Who Care was involved in volun- 



teer work in the areas of mental health and 
mental retardation. Eastern State Hospital 
and Veterans Administration Hospital in 
Lexington were visited weekly by club mem- 
bers. People Who Care assisted primarily 
with therapeutic recreational activities such 
as parties, dances, and games. 





Left: PEOPLE WHO CARE. FRONT ROW: Beth 
Lamkin, Diana Zurface, Sarah Hamilton. Judith 
Perkins. Cindy Stewart, and Dara Pavese. SEC- 
OND ROW: Christine Mosley. Shirley Roberts. Joy 
Aldridge, Karen Henderson. Ronda Fox. and Mary 
Wiard, president. BACK ROW: Christy Edinger. 
Sally Prather, Marsha Adams, Dave Koeninger. 
Donna Martin, and Pam Bresnen, treasurer. MENS 
1NTERDORM. FRONT ROW: Steve Marker!. Rus- 
sell Tapp, pubJicity chairman: Walter Craft, vice 
president: Robert Woodward, and Raymond Gan- 
non. SECOND ROW: David Combs, secretary 
treasurer; Richard Beach, Robert Burdge, Wayne 
Pearsall, Bruce Barber. Marvin Swamn, Kent 
Royality. service chairman: and Art Lefevers. 
president. BACK ROW: David Stratton. Ralph 
Steele. Thomas Ellingsworth, Don Wright. Richard 
Spille. Steve Seilhers, and David Baker. 



Twirlers Perform In 
Centennial Derby 

The majorettes performed with the 
Marching Maroons at all home football 
games, in parades, and in the 100th Kentucky 
Derby festivities. Several performances of 
the squad were combined with the Little 
Colonels drill team, adding spice to the half- 
time activities of home basketball games. 

Tryouts were held in April requiring each 
girl to perform a drill and twirling routine, 
in addition to learning a group routine. Girls 
were selected on their marching and twirling 
abilities. A permanent position was awarded 
to any girl making tht; squad for two con- 
secutive years. 



Right: Gail Workman exhibits her twirling ability al a home foot- 
ball game. Below: MAJORETTES. Debra Rowlett, Jamie Langstaff, 
(an Gann. captain; Gail Workman. Judith Mikles, Candy Embry. 
and BarbGosselt. 




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Promoting school spirit and supporting 
athletic activities with interest and enthusi- 
asm, the Little Colonels Drill Team provided 
halftime entertainment with the Marching 
Maroons at home football games. Precision 
drill and dance routines containing high 
kicks and snappy marching were also pre- 



sented at basketball games. 

Funds were raised by the Little Colonels 
through several projects, which included 
selling freshman beanies and working for 
the telephone company. They also worked 
at the football information booth and the 
basketball press table. 



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LITTLE COLONELS. FRONT ROW: 
Peggj Whelan, and Gerri Hollencamp. 
SECOND ROW: Liss Fuller, Gayle 
Sprawl, Nancy Sands. Candj Killen, 
Jayne Henderson. Lynn Moser, Ber:k\ 
Jenkins. Karen Damen, Charlotte 
Stanley, Debbj Darling, Tina Dane- 
lak. Kathy Smith, Sara Thompson, 
Debby Beam. Carol Christian, Connie 
Kane. Monica Webb, Amelia Durbin. 
Becky Manner, and |enny Helton. 
BACK ROW: Terrie Newfaith, Bev 
Zeller. Mary Lee Bloomer. 'Cathy Cas- 
sady. Jean Pace, Susan Marsh. Julie 
Dollar. Susan Schrnck. Brenda Adam- 
son, Shelly Leuders. Linda Stahmer. 
Kathy Ruffley, Palli I lisle, Pam Wag- 
ner, Sandy Chaney, Mary Lieser. Den- 
ise Wuetcher. Michelle Hunter, and 
Beckv Hobbie. 



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VETERAN'S CLUB. FRONT ROW: Mike 
Dizney, Paul R. VanPelt, Harry Moberly. 
]r., Dennis R. Ferrell. John J. Huddy, Bruce 
L. Conslantine, Mel Boyd, social chairman; 
Tom Schultz, Paul D. Taylor, Steve Bandura, 
David Stapleton, and James R. Smith, trea- 
surer. SECOND ROW: Gil Leffler, Glenn 
Milliken, Dean Whitaker, Jr.. Logan R. 
Towery. Robert H. Skidmore, Denny Jay 
Compston, Janet Harter, sweetheart; Conni 
Williams, Richard B. Ross, Craig Gradinger, 
William R. Berryman. Larry J. Gaskins, and 
LeRoy Lipps, secretary. THIRD ROW: Rob- 
ert Thompson, advisor; David K. Savior. 
Phil Barnette. Jimmy Cornelison. Tim Rhy- 
mer, Paul Rebmann. James Marcum, Danny 
Coulter. Tom Saumbers, Jerry Hart. Joseph 
DeWilt, Gary Towery, Jim Surbeck, presi- 
dent. RIGHT: Veterans attempt to recruit 
females into their organization. 



Presenting a Veteran's Appreciation Day 
Picnic in September, the Veteran's Club 
collected $950 for the Cystic Fibrosis Drive. 
Later that year, it sponsored the first annual 
"Toys for Tots" dance to collect toys for 
needy children in the Richmond area. 

Participating in Homecoming festivities, 
the veteran's entered a float and beauty 
candidate in the competition. Club mem- 
bers, alumni, and their guests were treated 
to a dinner following the game. 

In February and March, the Veteran's 
Club collected money for the Red Cross and 
Muscular Dystrophy Drives. The final 
activity of the year was an awards banquet 
held in April. 



386 Organizations/Service and Activity 




Organizations/Service and Activity 387 



KDT's Provide Many Services to Eastern 



Kappa Delta Tau, the only service sorority 
on Eastern's campus, was established eleven 
years ago. The members donated blood to 
the Red Cross, gave money to UNICEF, and 
supported an American Indian child. At 
Thanksgiving, they conducted a canned 
goods drive to aid the needy families in the 
Richmond area. They served at banquets 
and worked the polls at campus elections. 
KDT's visited nursing homes in Richmond 
and traveled to Fort Knox to visit hospital- 
ized soldiers. 

In recreational activities, the sorority won 



the powder puff football tournament, and 
three trophies in Delta Upsilon's Bike Race. 
The KDT's honored their parents with a 
banquet in the spring, and at the same time 
installed their new officers. Topping off the 
year's activities was a spring formal in 
Lexington. 

KAPPA DELTA TAU. FRONT ROW: Ruth Fowler. Marcia Tenry. 
Carol Fury. Ellen Braufigam. Mary Kemper. SECOND ROW: Deb- 
bie Reed. Pamela Pack, president: Rosetta Turner, vice-president: 
Freda Layne. Virginia Dicks, Mendy Calley, Peggy Whelan. 
THIRD ROW: Linda Conkin, Sharon Lynn Coppock, Laura Roller. 
Bev Holten. Joanna Peebles, secretary: Debra Wise. Linda Centers. 
Sandy Williams, treasurer; Lois Lay. 




Organizations/Service and Activity 




Direction Eastern Aids Incoming Freshmen 



In its third year of organization, Direction 
Eastern helped incoming Freshmen with 
first year problems. They conducted tour 
for registering students and their parents 
and sold EKU beanies. However, Freshmen 
were not the only people who benefited 
from Direction Eastern. This organization 
also sponsored two pep rallies promoting 
student involvement and school spirit as 
well as support for the football Colonels. 

The athletic showcase in the grill, honor- 
ing outstanding athletics each week was 
sponsored by Direction Eastern. Members 



sold programs at all home football games, 
and gave financial support to such groups 
as the Timettes, Little Colonels, and cheer- 
leaders. As a social activity, Direction 
Eastern enjoyed a Christmas Banquet at 
Hospitality Inn in Lexington. 



DIRECTION EASTERN. FRONT ROW: Kathy Mayer. Sheri 
Booher. Cindy Stewart, president; Susan Knifley. Helen Wigginton. 
treasurer; and Aleste Yeager. SECOND ROW: Donna Lechman. 
Janey Jones, Debbie Greene. Gayle Mason, Gail Kimball, secretary; 
and Kathy Hensley. BACK ROW: Terry Stoddard. Randy Holi- 
han. David Aiken, vice president; Bill Stapleton. Tom Linneweber. 
Robert Collins, records officer; and Jim Cropley. 



Organizations/Service and Activity 389 



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Circle K Gives Party for Children 



Circle K members began the fall semester 
serving as orientation guides. The members 
gave a party for children at Shriner's Hos- 
pital in Lexington and held a fund-raising 
drive for Christmas Seals at the end of the 
semester. 

A Bike-a-Thon to Tennessee Tech in Jan- 
uary helped Circle K raise money for Multi- 
ple Sclerosis. They also did volunteer work 
at Telford Community Center and held the 
annual Easter Egg Hunt for the children of 



Madison County. 

The student body benefited from Circle 
K's work during Homecoming. They con- 
ducted their annual peanut sale and super- 
vised the warehouse used for building floats. 

CIRCLE K. FRONT ROW: Becky Atkinson, Jo Ann Spaulding. Pa- 
tricia Oliver, Cathy Elkins. Barbara Eisenmenger, recording secre- 
tary; Denise Elzy, and Kathy Smith. SECOND ROW: Judith Wil- 
liams, corresponding secretary; C. Q. Morrison, sgt. at arms; 
Steve Seithers. Mike Kelly. Bill Balmos, Greg Reynolds, and Janet 
Pope. BACK ROW: Phillip Jared. Dennis Curran. Stephen Duff. 
president; Steven Flint. Tom Combs, vice president; and John Brodt. 



390 Organizations/Service and Activity 



Ag and International Sponsors Events 



For the second consecutive year, the Ag- 
riculture Club presented a N. T. P. A. Tractor 
Pull during the Madison County Fair. Or- 
ganized and conducted by the students, they 
received the benefits from the pull, through 
a club sponsored scholarship and through 
admission to the tractor pull in Louisville. 
Other club activities included a Christmas 
party, a hay ride, a swimming party, and a 



homecoming float. 

To develop a closer relationship between 
students of various nations was the purpose 
of the International Student Association. 
The group met every other week to discuss 
possible activities. The students in Novem- 
ber held a buffet style international dinner 
where each student prepared a dish typical 
of his home land. 




Left: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. 
FRONT ROW: Archara Boonyaraksa. An- 
chalee Boonyawat. Teresa Reyes, Bandhoon 
Scepakavanich. Ming-li Wu, I Inchalee Kong- 
loo, Saloni Malhur, sweetheart; am! Phul.i- 
nee Chiaravanond. vice president. SECOND 
ROW; Manas Chiaravanond, Chanudet Put- 
ananon, Inge II. Chadra, Tanom Inlarkum- 
nerd. Georgia Kaye Tye, Chanadda Ruang- 
suwan, Chang Wan Chun, and Suparb Chi- 
aravanont. THIRD ROW: Mehdi Arabzade- 
gon, Champa! Ruangsuwan, Hai Hwang. 
[oe Ulanday. Leung Wing Sing. Puckdee 
Vithakamontri, Faramarz Alavi. and Wil- 
liam Adams, adivsor. FOLIRTH ROW: |ohn 
Tjandra, president; S. Buik Mohammadi. 
Yagnesh Safi. W'ah Keung Chow. Wing-Hav 
Lam. and Baldwin La. BACK ROW: Pravin- 
kumar I. Patez. Fariborz Mirkhani. Thomas 
Kindler, Loren Willi, ims. Can Cline. 
Susan Murphy, secretoxv: and Sithi Assanu- 
vat. Below: AG CLUB. FRONT ROW: Robin 
Brumfield, Dianne Von Allmen, |im W. 
Cover. Phyliss Case, Dan Custis. |im Gard- 
ner, and Chris Conrad. 'BACK ROW: Brenda 
Quillin. Nada Quilin. Dwighl Lancaster. 
William Harris. Mike Early. John Rittenour. 
Tommv Ellingsworth, Gene Gibson, and 
Nick Clark. 





All Woman Squad 
Sparks School Spirit 



Eastern's basketball and football teams 
were cheered on to victory by an all female 
squad this season. Marguerite Irvin. a junior, 
led the cheering squad with Cathi Jones 
chosen as co-captain. A microphone system 
installed at the sidelines of the football field 
helped to excite the Eastern fans' spirit. 
Several money making projects allowed the 
group to buy new uniforms. 



Above: CHEERLEADING SQUAD. K.ilhy Jo Black. Cindy Fisher. 
Debbie Carmicle. Gini Richards. Marguerite Irvin. Debbie Lamka. 
Mary Beth Smith. I.inda Noel and Cathi Jones. Right: Linda Noel 
helps lead the cheering of Eastern's student section in the 
bleachers. 




392 Organizations/Service and Activity 





Above: Wearing traditional homecoming mums, the cheerleaders boost crowd 
spirit at the Western game. Left: Marquerite Irvin and the Eastern fans help the 
basketball team build momentum. 



Organizations/Service and Activity 393 



EKU Players Move Into New Theatre 



With the presentation of "Murder in the 
Cathedral" in February, the University 
players moved their productions from Pearl 
Buchanan Theatre in the Keen Johnson 
Building to Gifford Theatre in the new Jane 
F. Campbell building. The new stage pro- 
vided the players with modern sophisticated 
light and sound equipment. 

Cooperating with Eastern's music depart- 
ment, the organization produced Cole Por- 



ter's well know musical "Kiss Me Kate" 
in April. "The Homecoming," "A Delicate 
Balance," and "The Ransom of Red Chief," 
were also presented by the University 
players. 

Below: UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. FRONT ROW: Trisha Perry. 
Paula Holleran, treasurer: Dennis Ferrell. Vicki Wolfe, and Mi- 
chelle Wade. SECOND ROW: Debbie Dixon. Julie Asher. secre- 
tary: Carole Cole. Bob Butler, president: and Cindy Russell. BACK 
ROW: Jeanne Olsen. Wayne Norris, Barry Helm, Phil Stewart, and 
Mark Lomax. 




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Above Left: Portraying a priest, Bob Doughty prays for 
Thomas A Beckett in "Murder in the Cathedral". 
Above: Tempers flare on the stage as facts are re- 
vealed in "A Delicate Balance". Left: Philip Stewart 
contemplates his next action in Edward Albee's "A 
Delicate Balance". 



Organizations/Arts 395 



Synchronized Swim Club Presents Ballet 



Weeks of hard work and practice were 
necessary for the Catalina Club's annual 
water ballet. The synchronized swim club 
presented the annual show with the theme 
"If the Shoe Fits" on the first Wednesday of 
April. The show was produced entirely by 



the club. 

Membership in the club provided creative, 
expression through aquatic rhythm and 
design. It offered a variety of skills from 
writing numbers to swimming in them. 




Right: Members of the Catalina club practice 
in Combs Natorium. Above: CATALINA 
CLUB. FRONT ROW. Karen Allen, secre- 
tary: Paula Holleran, Bridget Baxley. Kathy 
Weber, and Barbara Sondey. SECOND 
ROW: Susan Knifley, Diane Blum. Debbie 
Utz. Paula Piepmeier, Alicia Hilbish, treas- 
urer: Janet Woodcock. Janet Ruggles, Pam 
Goldback, Dr. Peggy Stanaland, faculty ad- 
visor, and Karen Stark. BACK ROW: Sally 
Mullins. president: Martha Sands. Terry 
Stratton. Molly Parker. Mary Mower. Lynn 
Maurer, Brenda Adamson, Molly Burr, vice 
president: Becky Losh, and Margaret Dafler. 




396 Organizations/Arts 





Dance Theatre 
Develops Techniques 



Dance Theatre provided students an op- 
portunity to develop physical self-expression 
through music. The members learned new 
techniques of expression during their 
weekly meetings. Working with other de- 
partments such as music, Dance Theatre 
made several performances this year. Audi- 
tions, that are open to everyone are held 
each semester for those wishing to try out. 



Top: DANCE THEATRE. FRONT ROW: Trisha Perry, Lee Ann 
Thurmond, treasurer: Therese Cooper, Deb Stratton, ]anie Chris- 
topher. Debbie Davidson. SECOND ROW. Beth Jimison Laura 
Hollingsworth. Mindy Streetman, Debbie Harris. Patty Murrell. 
BACK ROW. Mark Savage, Billye Killman, president: Leroy Scott, 
publicity: Virginia [inks, advisor. Above: With precise timing, 
members go through a dance routine in unison. 



Organizations/Arts 397 



PR's Drill In OVC 

The Pershing Rifles, who have been in 
existence for nearly two decades, partici- 
pated in ventures such as competitive drill 
meets, seasonable flower sales, and com- 
munity related activities. 

The "Suicide Squad", a trick drill team, 
provided an example of espirit de corps as 
they functioned under the motto, "Make it 
or Break it". The PR's also entered the Ohio 
Valley Conference Championship drill meet 
at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and the First 
Regimental Drill Meet in Columbus, Ohio. 



PERSHING RIFLES. FRONT ROW: Darlene Johnson. Jane Myers 
Linda Denman. Dianne Smith. Rebecca Stephens. SECOND ROW 
Teresa Hunble. Sandra Stahl. commander, Jeanne Tarullo, Joy 
Combs. Debbie Simmerman. Judy Miller, Ruth York. THIRD ROW 
Billy Thompson. Keilh Smith, Starr Berenbroick. Kandy Clay, spon- 
sor, Wayne Terry. Paul Gibson. Dan Haughey. FOURTH ROW: 
Gary Mears, commander. Jeff Medley. Larry Pryor. Michael 
Tussey. Dale McNeeley. Bob Click. Dana Overall, Ernest Wells. 
Right: Pershing Rifle and Valienette members stop for a minute's 
rest on a caving expedition taken by their organization. 





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Homecoming mums on (he day of game 
with Western. Left: Starr Berenbroick 
helps Larry Pryor as the Pershing Rifles 
assist at registration. 



Organizations/Military 399 



MP's Sponsor Speakers To Develop Unity 



Richmond and the University benefited 
from the services of the Military Police Com- 
pany. They handled traffic control for all 
the home football games and parades in the 
community, the MP's provided color guards 
for all home basketball games. For most 
special events on campus, the Military Police 
provided an honor guard. 

The Military Police Company sponsored 
several speakers in order to build a strong 
sense of unity. The organization, first began 



in 1967. Several social 
planned for the group. 



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MILITARY POLICE COMPANY. FRONT ROW. Major O. H. Mc- 
Cullough, advisor: Cadet Captain, Thomas L. Lamber. Sr. advisor; 
Debra Elmore, sponsor; Russell C Barclay. Kevin R. Shaw. Louise 
Grivetti. Kenneth Keen, company commander. SECOND ROW. 
Timothy P. Huckaby. executive officer; Mary Ellen Hume. Dennis 
C. Woeste. Second Lt.. Fredia Lynne Wofford. Annamarie Budzin- 
ski. Ronnie R. Roberts. William J. Neat, personnel and finance; 
George Carey Blackburn, operations officer. THIRD ROW. John 
Galloway, Bob McAllister, drill instructor; ). Blaner Wolff. 
Richard Blain, Jeff Norwitz, supply officer, Clark Combs. Arthur 
Pascal. Gregory L. Meier, training officer. 




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CGR's Participate In FTX Competition 



Since its beginning in 1962, members of 
the Counter Guerrilla Raider Company have 
developed a sense of personal responsibility, 
military discipline, and a spirit of unselfish- 
ness and devotion to duty essential for a 
successful military or civilian career. The 
organization also provided its members with 
an active social life. 

This year the Raiders participated in 
seven Field Training Exercises. One was an 
airmobile FTX with six schools competing. 
Eastern's Raiders placed second in the com- 



petition. The members were active in many 
campus and Richmond community functions. 
They worked on Band Day events and 
helped the Richmond Jaycees collect for 
various charitable organizations. 



COUNTER GUERRILLA RAIDER COMPANY. FRONT ROW. 
Becky Mills, sponsor; Mark Wysocki. Danny Hackvvorth. Tom Turn- 
ing, Ralph Hill, first sergeant; Davis D. Tindoll, Cindy Sutton, spon- 
sor. SECOND ROW. Terry Alan Cox, Lawrence L. Kelley. William 
S. Bell. Thomas W. White. Ronald L. Rose, Louis M. Rosenstein. 
Rick McChargue. THIRD ROW. Nevvland W. May. Daniel E. Evans. 
Roy B. Ziemann. Edward Piro, Lacy E. Strader. Greg R. Shindel- 
bower, Jesse C Holbrook, Maj. H. C Davis, faculty sponsor. 



Organizations/Military 401 



AUSA Organization Wins National Award 



The Lt. John "Nick" Combs Memorial 
Company of EKU was chosen one of the six 
best ROTC companies in the nation. The 
award was presented to Eastern representa- 
tives at the National Convention at AUSA 
headquarters in Washington. 

Comprised of members from freshmen 
through seniors enrolled in ROTC at Eastern, 
the company gave its members a better un- 
derstanding of the military program. AUSA 



organized the reception dinner and decora- 
tions, and provided for the annual Military 
Ball held in the Keen Johnson Ballroom. 
The evening's events were topped off when 
a new Queen Athena was crowned. 

AUSA. FRONT ROW: Sherry Moore, sponsor. Edward Piro. Greg 
Moore, Davis Tindoll. Dan Evans. Dian Blum, sponsor. SECOND 
ROW: Barbara Swain, Ed Strictland, Jeff Medley, Raymond Land- 
rum, Beverly Gray, Bill Bell. William Neat, Lisa McCoy. THIRD 
ROW: LTC E. H. George. Deland Cope, Roy Ziemann. Doug Black. 
Waller Craft. Steve Carter. Dave Wheeler, Newland Mav. 



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402 Organizations/Military 








Above: Practicing the correct method to toss a grenade, this military 
science student eyes his target. Left: The ROTC programs at East- 
ern stress working as a unit in field operations. 



Organizations/Military 403 




Athenian Shield, New Military Group 



ATHENIAN SHIELD. FRONT ROW: Janice Lozier, Diana Johnson, 
Barbara Swain, commanding officer, Faye Mosby. Pat Thacker. 
SECOND ROW: George Blackburn, sponsor. Dian Blum, Debra 
Stenson, Deloris Davis. Shila Karimi. Billie Howard. THIRD ROW: 
Cindy Peck. Donna Golightly, Candy Wells, Lisa McCoy. Paula 
Sloltz. Barbara Davis. 



A new club, the Athenian Shield, was or- 
ganized this past year, expanding the mili- 
tary science program at Eastern. The Shield 
was open to anyone interested and active in 
the ROTC program. The members partici- 
pated in the annual Military Ball. A program 
was developed for Athenian Shield to in- 
crease membership next year. 



404 Organizations/Military 



Sponsors Represent Military Groups 



The Military Science sponsors, one for 
each military organization on campus, par- 
ticipated in the Homecoming parade and re- 
lated festivities this year. The sponsors 
presented various awards at the President's 



Review during the spring semester. 

In April, the sponsors assisted with the 
annual Military Ball. They helped plan items 
connected with the ROTC program. The 
coeds also conducted socials for the men. 




Organizations/Military 405 



Caduceus and ACE Further Interests 



In October the state conference for ACE 
was held at Eastern. The guest speaker for 
the conference was Dr. Bruce Joyce from 
Columbia University. ACE also presented a 
series of story-telling hours at the Richmond 
City Library throughout the year. 

A trip to Eli Lilly Pharmacentrical Com- 



pany in Indianapolis, Indiana highlighted 
the year's activities of the Caduceus Club. 
The club, also, sponsored speakers and 
activities to further the interests in the fields 
of Allied Health. In February a book sale 
was held to raise funds for the club. 



Right: ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD 
EDUCATION. FRONT ROW: Patti Judge, 
vice-president: Gonzella Black. Palti 
Rogers, vice-president: Marcia Clarke, 
president. BACK ROW: Darla Vogelsang. 
Jody Moorhead, Dale Parrish. Kathy 
O'Nan, secretary: Kathy Tale. Barb Pita- 
kos. vice-president: Miss Ethel Sams, 
faculty sponsor. Below: CADUCEUS 
CLUB. FRONT ROW: Sanford Jones, ad- 
visor: Raymond Merrick, Ezra Farris. 
Richard Fury, treasurer: Carl Wells. Bill 
Pesci. Dr. John Meisenheimer, faculty 
sponsor. SECOND ROW: Gary Okeson. 
Anna-Maria Wilder. Gayla Morton. Vicky 
Merrill, Carol Fury. Evelyn Madden. 
Pamela Combs, secretary: Tina Slusher. 
Joan Leach. BACK ROW: Jim Ross, pres- 
ident: Jerry Tacketl. vice-president: Lynn 
Gulley. Mike Casey. David Gibson, Dave 
Sullivan, publicist: Ernest Timothy 
Slusher. 





LEN Association Invites Kent State 
Director to Speak at Career Day 



Dr. George D. Eastman, director of State 
and Local Government at Kent State Uni- 
versity, was the guest speaker at the Associa- 
tion of Law Enforcement's annual fall 
banquet. His lecture, "The Police, Present 
and Future," was addressed to the Associa- 
tion's members and their guests. 

Various police agencies all over the 
United States came to Eastern for the 
purpose of recruitment on LEN's second 
annual Career Day in Criminal Justice in 
March. Agencies from various federal, state, 



and local departments were represented. 

Other Association projects included the 
Annual Campus Cancer Drive, Spring 
Break's "Drive to Return Alive,". program of 
safety, and expansion of the Criminal 
Justice Career file. 



ASSOCIATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT. FRONT ROW: Bob 
Haralson, Rick Devers. Burt Johnson, Larry Simpson, Gregory 
Zeils. and J.D. Briggs. MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Badgett, Julia B. 
Owens, treasurer: Bobbi Ann Dunlap, C Denice Sneed, secretary: 
and Valerie Dobinski. BACK ROW: Charles Allen, president; 
Rick Mann. Don Iluddleslon, Doug Black, vice president: Robert 
D. Christopher, and N. Gene Rankin. 



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Organizations/Departmentals 407 




Phi Beta Lambda Aids March of Dimes 



A national organization for young people 
enrolled in business and office programs, 
Phi Beta Lambda had its largest member- 
ship ever this year. In an attempt to aid the 
National March of Dimes, the members set 
up local road blocks to collect money. The 
group also toured the Federal Reserve Bank 
in Cincinnati. 

Phi Beta Lambda had several money-mak- 
ing projects such as selling candy and books 
and sponsoring a car wash. Members at- 



tended the state leadership conference at 
Kings Center in Bardstown. 



PHI BETA LAMBDA. FRONT ROW. Karen Ramey. Janice Brewer, 
co-president: Debbie Bowles, state president: Teresa Womack, 
co-president: Joyce Kilgore, treasurer: Anita Bertrand. Patsy Cox. 
reporter: and Carolyn Kinsolving. SECOND ROW: Phil Coley. 
Karen Stivers. Linda Turpin, John Huddy, vice-president; Rita Mat- 
tingly. Bev Holten. secretary: Shirley Roberts, and Sandi Thomas. 
BACK ROW: Judy Bean. Kathy Hickman. Michael Blevins. Dr. 
Dean Burkelt. sponsor; Deloris Gaines, Bill Fricke, Vicki Fryman, 
and Cherrv Hamilton. 



408 Organ izations/Depar (mentals 



Organizations Promote Career Interests 



Organized this year at Eastern, Lambda 
Sigma Omicron was open to all students 
interested in library science and was formed 
to further the professional knowledge of its 
members. 

The main project of the year was the te- 
dious task of taking an inventory of books 
in the Richmond City-County library. In 
December, the members were treated to a 
formal banquet held at Holiday Inn. 



The Student National Education Associa- 
tion gave students interested in teaching an 
opportunity to expound their interests. 
Members heard Dr. Lyman Ginger, Ken- 
tucky's Superintendent of Public Education, 
lecture. The group sponsored panel discus- 
sions and special films at their regular meet- 
ings. A bowling party and banquet were held 
to complete the year. 




Left: LAMBDA SIGMA OMICROX. FRONT 
ROW. Frances Kennedy, treasurer; Nancy No- 
land, secretary; Daryl Marmillot, president: 
|ackie Dunn. Wce-president: Vickie Sue Wright. 
BACK ROW. David Stapleton. Vickie Smith, 
fenny Winburn Davy. Jane Catlett. Helen Wig- 
ginton, Gregory Moore. Below: STUDENT 
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 
FRONT ROW. Judy Noe. Sally |effers. Denise 
( limes. Bev Lewis. Jill Abbott, president; Kath\ 
Noble. SECOND ROW. Violet Lyons. Cindy 
Watkins, Wce-president; Maryann Ferrante, 
Shell, i Easterday, Ellen Searcy. Karen Hend- 
rickson. THIRD ROW. Lynn Risk. Patricia 
Wheeler. Kathj Huenufeld, Carolyn Heitzman. 
Gvven Sturgill, Garni Fury. FOURTH ROW. 
Lynn Maurer. Melnih Litlrel. Pam V.mbitv 
secrelary: Marilyn Eby, Judy Webster. BACK 
ROW. Bonnie Grey, Jeanne Tarulln, treasurer; 
Carlo Anderson, second Wce-president.Roxann 
Schlelein. 




Student Nurses Attend Conference 



Conducting bi-weekly meetings, the Stu- 
dent Nurses Association held panel dis- 
cussions and debates on pertinent subjects 
in the area of nursing. Fourteen members at- 
tended the Kentucky Association of Nursing 
Students Convention in Louisville, where 
Virginia Sutton was elected secretary and 
Kathy Marcum was elected to the nomina- 
tions committee. 

Two capping and two pinning ceremonies 
were sponsored by the SNA this year. A 
Christmas dance highlighted first semester 
activities. In the second semester, the 



nursing students challenged the male faculty 
members to a basketball game. 



STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION. FRONT ROW: Karen Wiley. 
Yvonne Forkal, Brenda Hall. Sharon Cochran, Neesia McCane. 
Cindy Hoffmann, Colleen Doyle, Christy Clark, Dorinda Bellamy, 
second vice-president and Lynn Crass, recording secretary. 
SECOND ROW: Marcia Stanhope, faculty advisor: Vicki Jo 
Wright, Kathy Marcum, Martha Quinn. Patti Eanes, JoAnn Wil- 
son, Judy Combs, corresponding secretary: Pam Young, treasurer; 
Irene Roark, historian and Mary Jo McClure. faculty advisor. 
BACK ROW: Janey Jones. Lisbeth Beeson. Tamara Boothe. Susan 
Viel, Jill McCune. Keitha Adair. Theresa Francis, Ginny Sutton, 
Sarah Rawlings. Debra Wise, president and William Beane, vice- 
president. 




410 Organizations/Departmentals 




Interior Design Presents Symposium 



In conjunction with AID and NSID, 
Eastern's Interior Design club conducted bi- 
weekly meetings in the Burrier building, 
planning activities and money making 
projects. The club, open to anyone with a 
sincere interest in interior design, had a 
larger membership this year due to the ex- 
pansion of the interior design department at 
Eastern. 

Projects, such as selling stationery, funded 
several field trips for the organization. Trips 
to Chicago, Cincinnati, Madison, Indiana, 
and High Point, North Carolina exposed the 
members to professional design work. 



In the spring they sponsored two major 
activities on campus. Members cooperated 
with Shillitos to present a Bridal Show sec- 
ond semester and a three day Interior Design 
Symposium in April recruited professional 
speakers, architects, and designers to 
Eastern. 



INTERIOR DESIGN CLUB. FRONT ROW: Mary Branch. Patli 
Treadway. Cathryn Ann Carman, treasurer; William Hellard. 
Carol Ann Tinsley, Jackie Clevenger. and Teresa Venters. SEC- 
OND ROW: Kathy Kice, Marquetta Sizemore, vice-presidenl; 
Cathy Browning. Peggy Sharon. Barbara Ricke. Ann Wingert. Patty 
Henson. and Becky Brinegar. THIRD ROW: Donald Gates, sponsor: 
Cheryl Green. Teresa Griffin. Linda Wilt. Buffie Harris, Jill 
Votaw. and Joanna Peebles, president. 



Organizations/Departmentals 411 




Centennial Milestone Has Historical Year 



Since 1974 commemorated the 100th anni- 
versary on Eastern's campus, the CENTEN- 
NIAL MILESTONE devoted a special section 
of the hook to a historical synopsis of the past 
100 years. The staff worked many hours to 
produce a yearbook by which students could 
remember, in pictures, life at Eastern Ken- 
tucky University. 

In the fall, staffers spent five weeks work- 
ing with Osborne Studios on class photo- 
graphs. The CENTENNIAL MILESTONE 



raised money from the picture sales and the 
sales of organization pages to help finance 
the production of the book. 

After the instructional workshop held in 
August, the staff members enjoyed a picnic 
at Boonesboro. In November, the top editors 
and the advisor attended the Associated 
Collegiate Press Convention in Chicago. 

The annual Awards Banquet, in May, 
brought a great end to a rough year. 



412 Organizations/Student Publications 




MlkwHI 



CENTENNIAL MILESTONE STAFF. FRONT ROW: Sharon 
Stephens, editor: Lina Welch. Karen Brown, managing editor; 
Sally Streaker, Mary Puckett. Melody Wiedmer. Jan Gann. SEC- 
OND ROW: Barbara Lumsden. Janet Smith, Cindy Tygrett. Barbara 
Swain. THIRD ROW: Kathy Hensley, Sarah Gooch, Daryl Mar- 
millot, Lynn Leilch, Brenda Benton. FOURTH ROW: Philip Koenig. 
Keith Buehner, Dave Sullivan, business manager: Donna McArthur. 
Susan Nelson, Lisa Foley, John Madras. Maria Ridenour, David 
Wheeler, Josie College, Susan McWhorter, Larry Rapier, Judy 
Lang, Eveanna Betz, Debbie Plummer. Bernie Koontz, Gayle 
Mason, David Aiken. 



Organizations/Student Publications 413 



Below: SHARON STEPHEN'S. Editor-in-Chief. Right: DONNA 
McARTHUR. Seniors Editor. Bottom left: DAVE SULLIVAN, Busi- 
ness Manager. Bottom right: DEBBIE SCHOCK, Underclassmen 
Editor. 




414 Organizations/Student Publications 





Above left: KAREN DOCKERY BROWN', Managing Editor. 
Above right: SUE NELSON. Index Editor. Left: ALLEN RAD- 

ER. Organizations Editor. Above: CATHY CARMAN. Sports 
Editor. 



Organizations/Student Publications 415 




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Progress Produces Special Supplements 



The Eastern Progress, the University's 
All-American student newspaper, helped 
celebrate the Centennial Year by producing 
two supplements in addition to the regular 
issues. The first, early in January, coincided 
with the opening of Eastern's new fine arts 
center, the Jane Campbell Building. This 
supplement featured articles concerning the 
Gifford Theatre, the Giles Gallery and other 
aspects of the $4.1 million building. 

The second supplement came at the end of 
the Spring semester, commemorating the 
Centennial Year with articles about East- 
ern's beginnings as Central University and 
Walters Collegiate Institute, about the Old 
Central Building, which was included in a 
national registry of historical buildings, and 
about various aspects of Eastern up to its 
present status as Eastern Kentucky Univer- 
sity. 

During the fall semsester. the Progress 
honored two former staff members. Roy R. 
Watson and Jimmy House, who were killed 
in an airplane crash in November, 1972. 
The paper gave the University an outdoor 



bulletin board located in the University 
Center area in memory of Watson and 
House, who had served as business manager 
and news editor and editorial page editor, 
respectively. 

Fawn Conley, a journalism and biology 
major from Lexington, served as editor for 
the year, after working as news editor the 
year before and staff writer during her 
freshman year. The Progress editors and 
staff members also attended the Kentucky 
Intercollegiate Press Association meetings 
in Covington and Louisville. Miss Conley 
and Progress advisor Ron Wolfe served as 
second vice-president and executive secre- 
tary' for the Association, respectively. 

During the year, the paper took a definite 
stand against higher tuition for public insti- 
tutions and took an active part in promoting 
energy conservation, as well as providing the 
University community with campus and 
local news and feature material. 



Top left: FAWN CONLEY, Editor-in-Chief. Top right: |IM ROSS, 
Business Manager. 



416 Organizations/Student Puhlications 




Above left: SHARON DAVIDSON. Staff Writer: and KEN GUL- 
.ETTE. Managing Editor of Production. Above right: PAT WIL- 
SON. Sports Editor. Left: TOM KINDLER, Staff Artist: and T. G. 
MOORE. Fine Arts Editor. Above: DELMA FRANCIS. Managing 
Editor for News; JAN HENSLEY, Organizations Editor: and MIKE 
EMBRY, Staff Member. 



Organizations/Student Publications 417 




AURORA Publishes 
Student Creations 



Providing a creative outlet for promising 
literary talent, AURORA was published with 
the purpose of letting students write for 
publication. 

Final selections were made by student 
editors after a year of selecting the better of 
many hundreds of pieces of prose and poetry 
submitted by students for consideration. 
Constructive criticism for improvement was 
given from faculty who worked closely with 
the editors. The AURORA was placed on 
sale in the University Bookstore and various 
places around campus in late spring. 



Top: Co-editors Alice Montgomen and [ennifer Daniel check 
creative writing submitted to the AURORA staff. Right: Dr. Wil- 
liam Sutton, sponsor of the literan magazine, proofreads the 
material. 




418 Organizations/Student Publications 




Photographers Aid 
Student Publications 

This year expansion and reorganization 
served to-streamline the photography staff. 
It grew in both staff and students and saw 
the creation of a new position, the University 
Photographic Specialist. 

Once again Larry Bailey served as the 
University Photographer, the position which 
is now amended to Photo Editor. The new 
position of Photographic Specialist saw Paul 
Lambert appear on the scene. He relieved 
Mr. Bailey of some photographic duties so 
that he was able to devote more time to ad- 
ministrative duties. With the advent of stu- 
dent photographers a more equitable system 
of operation was formed to divide the labor 
forces into areas of concentration on either 
the Milestone or the Eastern Progress. 

Below: LARRY BAILEY, University Photographer. Left: PAUL 
LAMBERT. University Photographer. 




Organizations/Student Publications 419 




Above left: JIM SHEPHERD. Above 
right: JEFF HAVES. Right: DAN 
QUIGG. 




420 Organizations/Student Publication 




Organizations/Student Publications 421 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Charles Cole- 
hour, president. Dave Wurfel. vice presi- 
sent: Kevin Martello. secretary: Bonnie 
Grav. treasurer. 




Seniors Help Richmond Citizens 



As their fourth year became reality, the 
class of '74 looked ahead to accomplish their 
dreams. Memories were now folded and 
gently tucked away as steps into a new world 
were about to be taken. 

With their hard work and thoughtfulness, 
they left the residents of Richmond mem- 
ories as Thanksgiving and Christmas contri- 
butions were distributed. 



Determination and desire helped when 
building the bridge to better understanding 
between administration and students. Con- 
cern for the student body and a wish for 
stronger relationships made this a pleasure 
rather than a task. 

As the year ended, so the days grew 
shorter and closer to a moment in a life when 
more than one could feel proud. 



424 Seniors/Class Officers 




CECIL ABNEY. Irvine 

B.B.A. General Business 
JOSEPH SIMMONS ALEXANDER III. Lyons. Georgia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KEITH STUART ALEXANDER, Louisville 

B.B.A. Economics 
BLANDA KAY ALLEN, Hazard 

B.M.E. Music Education 

CHARLES R. ALLEN. Coldwater, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
EMMA JANE ALLEN. Langley 
A.B. English 
MARVIN JAY ALSTOTT, New Albany. Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
RODNEYGLEN ALSUP. Milton 

B.B.A. Accounting 

KATHY KAY ALTON, Monticello 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DEBORAH LYNN AMBURGEY. Ro.xana 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
HOLLY BROOKMAN ANDERSON. 

Williamstown, Massachusets 

A.B. Art 
LESLIE LYNN ANDERSON. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



JAMES ALVIN ARLINGHAUS, Elsmere 

B.S. Physical Education 
JANE ROYCE ARNETT. Prestonsburg 

B.A. Political Science 
PHYLLIS ANN ARNOLD, Perry ville 

A.B. Social Work 
SCOTT THOMAS ARNOLD, Frankfort 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



NANCY JEAN ARNSPARGER. Pleasureville 

B.S. Nursing 
CARMON GALE ARVIN, Lebanon 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GARY LEE ASHBY, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
HERMON ASHER. Pineville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

SHEILA FAYE ATHA. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LORNA KAY ATKINS. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
RONNIE D. ATKINS. Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
EBBA LOUISE ATWOOD. Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 



PAULA LOUISE AYDT, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DOUGLAS ALLEN BABER, Winchester 

B.M.E. Music Education 
SUSAN JOAN BACHUS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DEBBIE FAY BAILEY. Waddy 

B.S. Physical Education 



Seniors/Abn-Bai 425 



Seniors Return For Their Last Year 



GARY SEWELL BAILEY. Shelbyville 

A.B. History and Social Science 
MICHAEL EDWARD BAILEY. Covington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
STEPHEN C. BAILEY. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
TANYA HOLBROOK BAKENHESTER, 

Washington Court House. Ohio 

B.S. Nursing 

CHRISTOPHER THOMAS BAKER. Louisvil 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JANET L. BAKER. Marengo. Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
JOEL GREG BAKER, Coal Grove, Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
DEBRA LOU BALES, New Lebanon. Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

BARBARA ALICE BANZHAF. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. Art 
BRUCE J. BARBER. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science and Social Work 
DEBORAH CAROYL BARFIELD. Lee City 

B.S. Home Economics 
LANA KAY BARNETT. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Child Development 

LEE H. BARNETT. Richmond 

A.B. Broadcasting 
PHILIP L. BARNETTE. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARTIN JOSEPH BARSOTTI. 

Ellwood City, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Industrial Education 
YVONNE SHARON BARTON. Corbin 

B.S. Special Education 



CHARLENE BATES. Owensboro 

B.S. Nursing 
DEBORAH LYNN BATHIANY. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 
TERESA JEAN BATTS. New Castle 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
BRUCE H. BAUER. Richmond 

B.S. Fisheries Management 

ROBERT WAYNE BAXTER. Louisville 

A.B. Anthropology 
LARRY WILLIAM BEACH. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JUDITH ALL BEAN, Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
DENNIS JAMES BEARD. York. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



SHIRLEY DIANA BEARD. Fairdale 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GUY MARC BEAVER. Long Branch. New Jersey 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Correction 
LINDA SHARON BECK, Hazard 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
TERRY ANNE BECKER. Silver Grove 

B.S. Textiles and Interior Decoration 




426 Seniors/Bai-Bec 




Moving in requires help from parents as well as friends. 



LISBETH JEAN BEESON, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Nursing 
ROBERT LEE BEESON, Dayton. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
SUE M. BEHRENS. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RITA M. BE1TLER, Phoenixville. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary Education 

MARY ]A\'E BELL, Tallahassee. Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KENNETH CHARLES BENDER. Neptune. New Jersey 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BETTN1A JO BENTLEY, Raceland 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
EVEANNA KAY BETZ. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Social Work 

BEVERLEE ANN B1BEE. Hazard 

A.B. Political Science 
LORA LEE BILLUPS. Russel 

B.S. Mathematics 
BRUCE LANE BISHER. Norwood. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ANNE SHIRLEY BLAKEMAN. Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Elementarv Education 



Seniors/Bee-Bla 427 



CAROL ANN BLAKEMAN. Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
MARY MAXINE BLAND. Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL LEE BLAND, Gadsden. Alabama 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
PAULA V. BLANKENSHIP. Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 

LAURA SUE BLAYLOCK. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Social Work 
DENISE KAE BLEVENS. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MICHAEL LEE BLEVINS. Centerville, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
LINDA S. BOATRIGHT. Lancaster 

A.B. Social Work 





Parents and male students join forces to help coeds move in. 



428 Seniors/Bla-Boa 



Everyone Lends A Hand In Moving In 




SHERRIL. BOCK. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA DAVIS BODINE. Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RITA JEANNE BOGGESS. Greenville 

A.B. Social Work 
WALLACE W. BOLTON. Middlesboro 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

MARLENE F. BONAR. Falmouth 

B.S. Business Education 
JOHN A. BONNETT, Richmond 

A.B. Art 
LAVETTA RUTH BOOKER. Louisville 

B.S. Education Education 
DEBORAH ANN BOWLES. Brooksville 

B.S. Business Education 

BRENDA G. BRADFORD, Williamsburg 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
MARY CATHERINE BRADY, Dayton. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
MARY ELIZABETH BRANCH, Louisville 

B.S. Interior Design 
STEWART EDWARD BRENTZEL. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 



JANICE BREWER. Hazard 

B.S. Business Education 
NADINE I. BREWER. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
RICHARD ROY BROADWATER. Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
TERRY L. BROMLEY. Dry Ridge 

B.M.E. Music 



BETTY BROOKS. Oneida. Tennessee 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BRENDA ELAINE BROWN. Lawrenceburg 

B.S, Special and Elementary Education 
JAMES RAY BROWN. Henderson 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JANIE WILHAM BROWN. Lexington 

B.S. Biology 

KAREN DOCKERY BROWN, Russell Springs 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
KENNETH RAY BROWN. Jenkins 

B.S. Industrial Education 
RICHARD D. BROWN. Jenkins 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SAMUEL MORGAN BROWN. Campton 

B.S. Physical Education 

JAMES LARRY BRUSSEL. Bardstown 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
KAREN ANNETTE BRYAN. Centerville, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TIMOTHY JOSEPH BRYAN. Dayton. Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 
ROBERT LYNN BRYANT, Lexington 

A.B. Philosophy 



Seniors. Boc-Brv 429 



Solutions Found To Registration Problems 



JOSEPH MICHAEL BUCHANAN. Florence 
B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
BARBARA A. BUCK. Louisville 
B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JAMES KEITH BUEHNER. Farmersville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LOIS ANN BUKOWSKI, Austin, Indiana 
B.S. Home Economics Education 



JANET LEIGH BULLOCK. Ft. Myers, Florida 

A.B. Sociology 
NANCY L. BURCH. Middlesboro 

B.S. Nursing 
WILLIAM EVERETT BURCH. Winchester 
B.B.A. General Business 
ROBERT J. BURDGE, Ft. Pierce. Florida 

A.B. Political Science 

MICHAEL D. BURKETT. Cromwell. Indiana 

A.B. History and Sociology 
JACKIE BURLESON. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. Art 
BARBARA J. BURNS. VVillisburg 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM THOMAS BURN'S. Franklin. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 



JAMES S. BURRIS JR.. Mt. Washington 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
JOHN BISHOP BURTON. Arlington Heights, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BEVERLY DELOIS BUSH. Barton, Florida 

A.B. Broadcasting 
THOMAS NORMAN BUTCHER, Somerset 

B.S. Agriculture 

DORETTA JEAN BUTLER. Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
HANK BUTLER. Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DIANNE MILLION CAIRNS. Harrodsburg 

A.B, Art 
ROBERT H. CAIRNS, Coatesville. Pennsylvania 

B.B.A. Business 

MARY SQUIRES CALDWELL. Paris 

A.B. Social Work 
CATHERINE GREGORY CALLAS, 

Hagerstown. Maryland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH ANN CAMPBELL. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
DEBORAH ANNE CAMPBELL. Ashland 

A.B. Art 

LESLIE J. CAMPBELL, Montgomery, Ohio 

A.B. History and Social Science 
MARJORIE HILL CAMPBELL. Greenville 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
MELVIN LEE CAMPBELL, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
ROCKY LEE CAMPBELL. Corhin 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




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430 Seniors/Buc-Cam 




Sandy Moore gets help from her advisor, Dr. [oe Howard, during fall registration. 



BRENDA ANNESS CAREY, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL W. CARMODY. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JAMES G. CARNAHAN. London 

A.B. Political Science 
BARRY L. CARNES. Middlesboro 

A.B. Political Science 



BETTY |EAN CARROLL, Alva 

B.S. Nursing 
JEFF ALLEN CARSON. Falmouth 

B.S. Biology 
|OYCE M. CARSON. Falmouth 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NATHANAEL E. CARTER, Versailles 

B.M.E. Music Education 







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Lines Persist; But Registration Is Smooth 




MICHAEL ALLEN CASEY. Richmond 

B.S. Pre-Medical Science 
CLARENCE EDWARD CASPER. |R., [efferson, Georgia 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
E. JANE CATLETT. Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROSETTA CATLETT. Shelbyville 

A.B. Sociology 



DANNIE CAUDILL. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JOHNNY MACK CAUDILL, Hihat 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CHARLES HAROLD CECIL. Bardstown 

B.S. Health Education 
JOHNNY CHADWELL. Middlesboro 

A.B. History 



DUSTY LOUISE CHANDLER. Madison. Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
KATHERINE ANN CHASE. Versailles 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JAMES A. CHEEK. Independence 

B.S. Math 
JANET SUE CHILDRESS. Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 

WAH KEUNG CHOW. Hong Kong 

B.S. Medical Technology 
REBECCA ANN CHRISTIAN, Lancaster. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
ANNE C. CHURCHILL. Irvinglon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BONITA S. CLARE. Louisville 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 



CONNIE JEAN CLARK. Prestonshurg 

A.B. Art 
JAMES MICHAEL CLARK, Winchester 

A.B. History 
RONALD BRUCE CLARK. Monticello 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARCIA B. CLARKE. Ml. Prospect. Illinois 

B.S. Elementary Education 



DAVID N. CLAYTON. Brooksville 

B.B.A. Economics 
PATRICIA ANN CLEAVER, Russell 

B.S. Textiles and Design 
JOHN ROGER CLEMENTS. Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DIANA LYNNE CLEMONS. Hazard 

B.S. Elementary Education 



ROGER L. CLEVENGER. Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JO-HELEN CLOYS. Richmond 

B.S. Nursing 
DORA RUTH COLBENSON. Lexington 

B.S. Nursing 
THOMAS C. COLE. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



Seniors/Cas-Col 433 



Registration: It Can Finally End! 



CHARLES H. COLEHOUR, Rockford, Illinois 

A.B. History 
KEITH ALLEN COLEMAN. Pikeville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MELINDA SUE COLLEY, Hausi, Virginia 

A.B. Social Work 
KENNETH ALLEN COLLINS, Covington 

B.S. Phvsics 



ROBERT EUGENE COLLINS, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JUDITH LEE COMBS. Sassafras 

B.S. Nursing 
THOMAS DARXIN COMBS, JR., Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LINDA DIANNE CONKIN, Tompkinsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ANNE LOUISE CONNER, Springfield 

B.S. Corrections and Social Work 
JUDITH MCCLANAHAN CONNOR, Williamstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAVID A. CONRAD, Falmouth 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ANITA M. CONTE. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

B.B.A. Marketing 



Frank Zuccala fills out registration papers with ease after 
selecting the courses he needs. 




434 Seniors/Col-Con 




G. BRUCE COPLEY. Warfield 

B.S. Public Health 
KENNETH CORNETT. Hindman 

A.B. Social Work 
ROY M. CORNETT, Georgetown 

B.S. Industrial Education 
RUSSELL GLENN CORNETT. Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education 



D1ANNA LYNN CORNETTE, Richmond 

A.B. Journalism 
JANE ANN COSTINE. St. Clairsville. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
SANDRA JOAN COTTONGIM, Manchester 

A.B. Journalism 
DANNY CLEO COULTER. Chaplain 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



MARK F. COWMAN, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
WILLIAM MICHAEL COYLE, Berea 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
FRANK SAMUEL CRACRAFT. North Middletown 

B.B.A. Management 
ETHEL CRAWFORD, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business 



Marilee Short and Molly Burr plan schedules for their 
final vear. 



Seniors/Cop-Cra 435 



PATRICIA DEMKO CRAWLEY, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
[UDITH ANN CRIGGER, Wytheville, Virginia 

A.B. Music and Sociology 
SHERIDAN LYNN CROSS. Erlanger 

B.S. Nursing 
RHONDA WALL CROWE. Waynesburg 

B.S. Home Economics 



MICHAEL G. CRLIEY. Covington 

B.S. Park Management 
SUSAN MARIE CRUM. Lebanon 

A.B. Art 
BRUCE E. CRUMP. Ovvensboro 

B.S. Psychology 
JEFFREY G. CRUSE. Somerset 

B.B.A. Business 



WILLIAM YORK CULBERTSON, Paris 

B.B.A. Accounting 
RUBY JO CUMMINS. Brodhead 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH TERRY CUPP. Lakeland. Florida 

B.S, Elementary Education 
JIMMY RAY CUPP. Valley Station 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



DENNIS CHARLES CURRAN, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
TAFF1E JEAN CURTIS. Clay City 

A.B. Art 
B. JILL CUSHING, Tallahassee. Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARGARET ALMEDA DAFLER. New Lebanon. Ohi 

B.S. Recreation Administration 





Students purchase necessary books and materials in the University Store. 



436 Seniors/Cra-Daf 



University Store Is Busy After Registration 




THEODORE EDWIN DAGEEORD, Mawhatlan, Kansas 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Physical Education 
JENNIFER ANN DANIEL, Corbin 

A.B. English 
WILLIAM KEITH DANIEL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD W. DANIELS. Englewood, Ohio 

B.B.A. General Business 



DAVID O. DARST. Norton. Ohio 

B.S. Fisheries Management 
BARBARA K. DAUGHERTY. Radcliff 

B.S. School Health 
JOHN D. DAVENPORT. Chattanooga. Tennessee 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBERT E. DAVENPORT. JR.. Richmond 

A.B. French 



CHRISTIAN L. DAVIS. Lagrange 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GARYM. DAVIS. Richmond 

B.A. Social Science 
KENNETH RAY DAVIS. Sacramento 

B.S. Fisheries Management 
LEA M1DDLETON DAVIS. Louisville 

B.A. Journalism 

MARGARET DARI.A DAVIS. Sacrame 

A.B. Social Work 
ROGER KENNETH DAVIS, Augusta 

B.B.A. General Business 
RONNIE DEAN DAVIS. Liberty 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JENNY WINBURN DAVY. Richmond 

B.A. Library Science 



ANGELA CATHERINE DELANEY. Butler 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
VICTOR A. DELANEY II. Danville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LUCILLE B. DEMICHEAL. Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
LINDA LOU DENMAN. Lake Leelanan, Michigan 

B.B.A. Marketing 

REBECCA WRIGHT DENNEY. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DANNY CLARK DENNIS. Stanton 

B.B.A. General Business 
DAVID O. DENNIS. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT ALLEN DESKINS, Pikeville 

B.S. Physical Education 



JOSEPH H. DEUTSCH III, Loveland. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Arts 
RICHARD GENE DEVERS. Midway 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GARY DICK. Pueblo 

B.B.A. Business 
MARGIE MARIE DISHON. Radcliff 

B.B.A. Marketing 



Seniors/Dag-Dis 437 



Bookstore Fills Students Needs 



DIANE L. DODD. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY E. DODD, Buckhorn 

B.S. Biology and Chemistry 
PATRICIA DIANE DONOHUE. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVE K. DOOLITTI.E, Louisville 

B.S. Psychology 

ROBERT ALAN DOUGHTY. Crab Orchard 

A.B. Political Science 
ROBERT JACK DRYER. Cresent Springs 

B.S. Marketing 
DENNIS ALLEN DUCHARME, Lexington 

B.S. Recreation 
STEPHEN EDWARD DUFF. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 

TIMOTHY CHARLES DULLAGHAN, Dayton 

B.B.A. Accounting 
PEGGY THOMAS DUNAGAN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STUART WALLACE DUNAWAY, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 
BARBARA JEAN DUNGAN, Somerset 

A.B. English 

MARY ELIZABETH DURBIN, Irvine 

B.S. Therapeutic Recreation 
KEITH M. EARLEY. Jamestown, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES L. EDENFIELD, Gainesville, Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CYNTHIA KAY EDGINGTON. Lancaster 

B.S. Elementarv Education 



BETTY J. ELAM, Louisville 

B.S. Medical Technology 
BARRY GIBSON ELDRIDGE. Lexington 

B.B.A Marketing 
MINERVA BROWN ELDRIDGE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SUSAN LOUISE ELFRING. Wilmington. Ohio 

B.S. Child Development 

THOMAS HAROLD ELLINGSWORTH, 

Jeffersonville. Indiana 

B.S. Agriculture 
MARTHA ANN ELLIOTT, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBRA ANNE ELLIS. Danville 

B.S. Psychology 
MARK ANTHONY ELLIS, Danville 

B.B.A. Business 

ANTOINETTE ELOVITZ, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DENISE LAVERNE ELZY. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
VICKI DENISE ENGARD. Springfield, Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
CAROLYN JOYCE ENGLE. Corbin 

A.B. Social Work 




438 Seniors/Dod-Eng 




[AMES A. EPIFANO. Somerset, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
BARBARA LEE ERISMAN. Marthasville, Missouri 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
SHEA PULLIAM ERNEST, Paris 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiologj 
PATRICIA ANN ERWIN, Union. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 



TIMOTHY A. ESTEP, Taylor. Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
WILLIAM HYDEN EVANS. Frankfort 

B.S. Physical Education 
DEBRA KAYE EVERAGE. Carrie 

B.S. Nursing 
MARY |. EVERSOLE, Lexington 

B.A. Social Work 



SUSAN KAY FAUST. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DAVID ALLEN FEDDERS. Florence 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
EDWARD MICHAEL FELDHAUS. I.ouisvill 

A.B. Braodcasting 
BEVERLY DIANNA FELDMAN. Lancaster 

A.B. Art 



As the year begins, this Eastern coed ponders the 
essentials she needs for her medicine chest. 



Seniors/Epi-Fel 439 



MARYANN FERRANTE, Campbellsville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
SHARON B. FIELDS, Paris 

B.S. Business Education 
THOMAS E. FINDLEY, Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROSE GERALD FINLEY, Manchester 

A.B. Social Work 

CAROLINE FISHER. Felicity, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
GORDON LEE FISHER, Haggerstown, Maryland 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARK A. FISHER, Bedford 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MADELINE SUSAN FISTER. Georgetown 

B.S. Nursing 

CYNTHIA ANN FITZGERALD. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
CHARLES B. FITZPATRICK, Wilmington. Delawar 

B.S. Criminal Justice 
ROBERT FRED FLECKENSTEIN. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOYCE LEA FLORA, Frankfort 

A.B. Social Work 



CAROL ANN FLOYD. Danvik 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FREEDA FLYNN. Louisville 

B.S. Dietetics 
ANDREA E. FOGG. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ANDERS FOGT. Louisville 

B.S. Phvsical Education 



These students couldn't resist the temptation to cool off 
in the plaza fountain on a hot August afternoon. 




440 Seniors/Fer-Fog 



Fountain Tempts Many Eastern Students 




NANCY ANN FOGT, Louisville 
B.S. Special and Elementary Education 

NIELS FOGT. Louisville 

B.S. Agriculture 
VICKY LYNN FOLEY. North Middletown 

B.S. Physical Education 
STEPHEN E. FORE, Irvine 

A.B. Political Science 

YVONNE GINGER FORKAL. Nicholson. Pennsj Iva 

B.S. Nursing 
JOYCE A. FORSYTHE, Downingtown, Pennsylvania 

A.B. Fashion Merchandising 
HAROLD THEODORE FOX, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GARY C. FRENCH, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 

JOHN MICHAEL FRYMAN. Cynthiana 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BRUCE MORGAN FULTON. Erlanger 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
CAROL RAY FURY, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD S. FURY. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 

SHARON KATHRYN FUSSNECKER. Ripley. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LARRY STEPHEN GABBARD, Mckee 

B.S. Recreation Supervision 
ROBERT BRUCE GABBARD, Booneville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
STEVEN LOUIS GAGLE. Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

DELORES ANITA GAINES, Dayton. Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
GLORIA RUTH GAMMELL. Fairfield. Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
STEPHANIE C. GARDINER, Valley Station 

B.S. Recreation 
MARSHA CAROLE GARDNER. Salyersville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

RONALD RAYMOND GARRISON. Ft. Thomas 

B.B.A. Management 
WILLIAM ARTHUR GEIER. Lexington 

B.S. Nursing 
D. ANN GENTRY. Brodhead 

B.S. Nursing 
IUDY LYNN GIBSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ORION RONALD GILKESON. Springboro, Ohio 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
CHARLEY EDWARD GILLISP1E. Richmond 

B.B.A. Accounting 
ROGER DEAN GILPIN. New Haven 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SUSAN GAIL GLOVER. Danville 

B.F.A. Painting 



Seniors/Fog-Glo 441 



JOHN EDWARD GOATLEY. Springfield 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DONNA S. GOBLE. Prestonsburg 

B.S. Nursing 
PAMELA GOBLE. Prestonsburg 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
ROSE O'DANIEL GOODIN. Lebanon 

A.B. Social Work 

CHARLENE ANN GOADLETT, Shelbyvil 

B.S. Textiles and Design 
ANITA )ANE GRAFF. Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROL MILLER GRAHAM, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GAYLE F. GRAVES. Erlanger 

A.B. Rehabilitation 



BONNIE C. GRAY, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARIHELEN H. GRAY. Jackson 

A.B. Art 
MARK HAMILTON GRAYSON. Inez 

A.B. Political Science 
JOSEPH WHITNEY GREEN JR.. Lebanon 

B.S. Psychology 



Terri Silverman lakes a break in her day to enjoy a milk- 
shake from the Powell grill. 




442 Seniors/Goa-Gre 



Campus Grills Offer Quick Meals 




ROBERT LEE GREEN. Richmond 

A.B. Regional Planning 
ROBERT STANLEY GREEN, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
MARTI 1A E. GREENE. Wilmington. Ohio 

B.S. Design 
MARGARET ELLEN GREENWELL, New Haven 

A.B. Social Work 



WILLIAM MICHAEL GREENWELL, Louisvillf 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
NANCY K. GRETZINGER. Troy. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY ]OYCE GRIDER. Tompkinsville 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
TOMMY DALE GRIDER. Columbia 

B.S. Corrections 



SANDRA LEE GRIFFIN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Art 
TERESA M. GRIFFIN, Louisville 

B.S. Interior Design 
LESLIE O. GRIFFITH, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Dietetics 
VICKIE JONES GRIGGS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementarv Education 



Between classes, students stop off for quick lunches at 
the Powell Building Grill. 



Seniors/Gre-Gri 443 



JIM GORDON GROEZINGER. Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
VERNON GROSS, Jackson 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BRENDA JANE GULLEY, Harrison, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
KENNETH W. HACKWORTH. Mt. Vernon 

B.B.A. General Business 

ELLEN MARIE HAGAN, Paint Lick 

B.S. Nursing 
HUBERT LEE HAGAN, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
LYD1A W. HAGAN, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICKY ALAN HAGGARD, Winchester 

B.S. Physics 

DEBORAH LYNN HALE. Lancaster 

B.S. Business Education 
HOWARD EDWARD HALLINAN II, Santa Monica, 

California 

A.B. History 
JAMES WAYNE HALSEY, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BARBARA ANN HAMBLY. Radcliff 

B.S. Mathematics 

DANE R. HAMILTON. South Bend. Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY LYNN HAMILTON. Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARTIN JUSTUS HAMPTON. Barbourville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CONNIE COX HANKS, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 





A young girl and her friends stop to rest by the lily pond in the ravine. 



444 Seniors/Gro-Han 



Warm Days Bring Peaceful Moments 




VICTOR RYAN HANNAN. Berea 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JUDY KAY HANSFORD. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DOUGLAS SCOTT HARDY. Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
MICHAEL B. HAREMSKI, Saginaw. Michigan 

A.B. Geography 

CAROLYN ANN HARNESS. Louisville 

B.S. Home Economics 
JAMES ARTHUR HARNEY. Paris 

B.B.A. Management 
DENNIS HARRIS, Shelbyville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
GILDA SHANE HARRIS, Richmond 

A.B. Broadcasting 

DEBBIE S. HARRISON. Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
DOUGLAS GLENN HARRISON. Harrodsburg 

A.B. Art 
SANDRA BLEVINS HARRISON. Danville 

A.B. Art 
TIMOTHY REID I IARRISON, Port Royal 

B.B.A. Business 



BARBARA JEAN HARROD, Richmond 

B.S. Psychology and Social Work 
MARY E. HART, Corbin 

A.B. Spanish 
JOHN CRAIG HARTJE. Covington 

B.M.E. Music 
DONALD R. HARVEY, Bellevue 

B.B.A. Business 



JUDY G. HATFIELD. Harlow 

B.S. Medical Technology 
WALTER IV. HATTERICK, IILCynthiana 

B.B.A. Finance 
DEBORAH JEAN HAWKINS, Lexington 

A.B. Social Work 
ROBERT C. HAWLEY. Lebanon. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



RUTH ALLEN HAYS. Gravel Switch 

A.B. English 
REBECCA M. HAYWOOD. Prestonsburg 

B.M.E. Music Education 
ANNE HENDRICK HAZELRIGG. Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARY LUCY HEAD, New Haven 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

TERRY LOUIS HEATH. Cleves. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
KATHY ANN HECKMAN. Louisville 

B.B.A. Office Administration 
STEVEN DOUGLAS HEFFLEY, Shepherdsville 

B.S. Physical Education and Health 
DONNA LOUISE HEHL. Pendleton 

B.S. Nursing 



Seniors/Han-Heh 445 




This young man finds lha 



1 sometimes things gel out of hand when playing frisbee. 



446 Seniors 



Frisbee Fun Is Delayed Momentarily 




f. MICHAEL HELD, Louisville 

A.B. History 
DALE R. HELLARD, West Milton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
HANNAH ]ANE HELM. Lexington 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
JEAN CAROLE HEMPFLING, Hebron 

B.M.E. Music 



THOMAS MICHAEL HENRY. Highland Heights 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RUSSELL HENSLEY. Eau Gallie, Florida 

B.A. Sociology 
VICKI LYNN HENSLEY, Richmond 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
IMOGENE HERALD. Batavia, Ohio 

A.B. History 



SHIRLEY TURNER HERALD. Talbert 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ESTHER MARIE HERGOTT. Irvine 

B.S. Nursing 
GAYLE ANN HERRMANN, Fort Mitchell 

B.S. Recreation 
JANET LOUISE HICKS. McLean, Virginia 

B.M.E. Music 



JUDY LYNN HICKS. West Chester. Ohio 

B.S. Psychology 
JAN KENNETH HIETT, Hagerstown, Maryland 

A.B. Sociology 
RANDALL N. HIGLEY. Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Physical Education 
CATHY ELAINE HILL. Versailles 

B.S. Home Economics and Elementarv Education 



KAREN ELAINE HILL. Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Physical Education 
LARRY LEE HILL. Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
DUDLEY R. HILTON. Springfield 

B.S. Physical Education 
RICHARD ELLIS HINES. Russellville 

B.S. Wildlife Management 

TERRY GENE HITE. South Point. Ohio 

A.B. English and History 
ROSE MARIE HOAGLAND. Lebanon Junction 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLIE GARDON HOBACK. Charleston. West Virginia 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LYNN DELL HOBACK. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Interior Design 

PAMELA ANN HOBBS. Stanford 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
MARY THERESA HOFFMAN. Bardstown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ELIZABETH KNIGHT HOGE. Anchorage 

A.B. English 
JESSE C. HOLBROOK. Naples. Florida 

B.S. Recreation 



Seniors/Hel-Hol 447 



DAVID LEE HOLLINGSVVORTH, Lynch 

B.S. Marketing 
SHEILA KAY HOLSCLAW. Lexington 

B.S. Business Education 
BEVERLY ANN HOLTEN. Independence 

B.B.A. Office Administration 
DAVID TABER HOLZWARTH. Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 



RAYMOND ANTHONY HOOD, Medina. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
TIMOTHY ALLEN HOPES. Ashland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CYNTHIA L. HOPKINS. Erlanger 

B.S. Business Education 
GARY WAYNE HOPPERTON. Dry Ridge 

B.S. Technology 

PAMELA LYNN HOUP. Kenton Hills 

A.B. Social Work, B.S. Psychology 
ESTHER B. HOUSER. Lynch 

B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
VERNON DUANE HOUTZ. Winchester 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DARRELL NORRIS HOVIOUS. Hustonville 

A.B. English 



Lyn Hils of Ft. Thomas discovers that a ravine bench 
provides a quiet place to study. 




448 Seniors/Hol-Hov 



Campus Provides Solitude For Study 




CAROL ANN HOWARD, Owensboro 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
GLENNA BREWER HOWARD. Jackson 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JIMMY RAY HOWARD. Richmond 

A.B. History and Social Si ieni e 
MARY SHEILA HOWARD. Owensboro 

B.S. Nursing 

PAULINE FRANCES HOWARD. Harlan 

B.S. Physical Education 
BYRON ESTLE HOWELL. Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
PAULINE L. HOWELL. Pittsburgh. Pennsv Kama 

B.S. Distributive Education 
DEBBIE MARIE HRICKO. Rockville. Maryland 

B.S. Elemenlarv Education 



BERNARD E. HRUBALA. Rockville Centre. ) 

B.S. Physical and Health Education 
JOHN J. HUDDY. Columbus. Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ARTHUR AUSTIN HUGHES JR., Louisville 

B.S. Electronics 
VICKI LYNN HUGHES. London 

B.S. Therapeutic Recreation 

KATHRYN LUCILLE HUGHLETT, Louisville 

A.B. History 
JAMES SIDNEY HUNDLEY. Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 
BRENDA DIANE HUNT. Paint Lick 

B.S. Physical Education 
FRANCES E. HUNT. South Shore 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

THOMAS J. HURAK, Southbend, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
STEVEN L. HURLEY. Xenia. Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
MICHAEL ANTHONY INSKO. Foster 

B.M.E. Music 
STEVEN DOUGLAS ISAACS, Hazard 

A.B. Law Enforcement and Social Work 



EARL DOUGLAS 1SON JR.. Lexington 

B.B.A. Business 
VICKIE R. ISON. Carrollton 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
BETTY DAVIS JACKSON. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
GEORGE D. JACKSON. Louisville 

A.B. History Education 

STEVEN CLAYNE JACKSON. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture and Business 
DEBORAH R. JACOBS. Walton 

B.M.E. Music 
LLOYD MICHAEL JAMES. Stanford 

A.B. Sociology 
PHILLIP L. JARED. Louisville 

A.B. Sociology. B.S. Law Enforcement 



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Rain Doesn't Stop Students 



CHARLES W. JARRETT, Evansville, Indiana 

B.M.E. Music 
JO ANN JEFFERS. Frankfort 

B.B.A. Accounting 
SALLY NADINE JEFFERS. Newark. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDY KAY JOHNS. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 

BARTHOLOMEW JOHN JOHNSON. Honeoye. New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BRADLEY EARL JOHNSON. Paducah 

A.B. Journalism 
CHARLES FRANKLIN JOHNSON, Hazard 

B.B.A Marketing 
JUDY REED JOHNSON, Lexington 

B.M.E. Music Education 

KAY ANN JOHNSON. North Ridgeville, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education and Health 
RALPH V. JOHNSON. Danville 

B.B.A. Economics 
WINNIE S. JOHNSON. Florence 

B.M.E. Music 
YVETTE ANN JOHNSON. Louisville 

B.S. Corrections 

RUTH JOHNSTON, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DIANNE CHRISTINE JONES. Lancaster, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education and Health 
DON JONES. Campbellsville 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
GARY LYNN JONES. Irvine 

B.S. Physics 

GWENDOLYN ABNEY JONES. Richmond 

A.B. Geography 
HARRY TERRILL JONES, Irvine 

A.B. Speech 
HUGH ALVA JONES. Lexington 

B.B.A. Business 
LINDA ANNE JONES. Mt. Vernon 

A.B. Social Work 



ANNA FRANCES JORDAN. Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PATRICIA M. JODGE. Burlington 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
LAWRENCE RAY JUPIN. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BETH JOAN JUREK. Frankfort 

A.B. Social Work 



CHESTER JUSTICE, JR.. Knoxville. Tennessee 

B.B.A. Business 
VIRGINIA G. KAPLEN. Falmouth 

A.B. Sociology 
KAREN ELIZABETH KARETH. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOSEPH L. KAYS. Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 




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ELAINE MAXINE KEDING, Paris 

B.S. Nursing 
PURL KENNETH KEEN, Sycamore, Illinois 

B.S. Mathematics 
BATHILDA SUE KEETON.Miamisburg, Ohio 

B.S. Child Development 
MARSHA ELAINE K. KELLER, Eubank 

B.S. Elementary Education 

ROBERT WESLEY KELLEY, Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
SARAH K. KELLEY, Lexington 

A.B. Political Science 
[ERRY LEW KELLY. Lexington 

B.B.A. Marketing 
CYNTHIA ANN KELSO. Warrenton. Missouri 

B.S, Elementary Education 

MARY ANNE KEMPER. Frankfort 

B.S. Biology 
PATRICIA S. KENNEDY. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TERESA JEAN KENNEDY, Newark. Ohio 

B.S. Secretarial Science 
LOUANN KILBURN. Tyner 

A.B. Social Work 



JOYCE K. KILGORE. New Paris. Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
JUDITH A. KILLEN. Richmond 

A.B. English 
GAIL L. KIMBALL, Norwood. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
HAROLD F. KINCAID, Beattyville 

B.S. Industrial Education 



On a rainy fall afternoon, coeds share an umbrella to 
make their way across campus. 



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Sudden Showers Surprise Students 



ANNBRUCE G. KING. Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KAREN S. KING. Brooksville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BENJAMIN THOMAS KINMAN. Richmond 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
ANDRE KINNEY. Ashland 

A.B. Broadcasting 

CAROLYN KINSOLYING. Shelbyville 

B.S. Business Education 
LUCIEN LEE KINSOLVING, Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Business 
CLARENCE CHARLES KIRCHNER. Pittsburgh. 

Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ERIC PAUL KISER. Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



JEFFERSON GARLAND KISER. Somerset 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MELVIN VINCENT KLECKNER. Shamokin, Pennsylvania 

B.B.A. Business 
DENNIS MICHAEL KLEIN, Woodlawn 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
WILLIAM FRANCIS KNAPP, Cold Spring 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

ROBERT W KNIGHT. Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
IANETKN1PPLE, Livonia. Michigan 

B.S. Interior Design 
PATRICIA ANN KOHL. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BARBARA D. KOK. Louisville 

B.S. Phvsical Education 



SUSAN MARIE KOMAN. Springfield. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN ANTHONY KRAMER. Dayton. Ohio 

A.B. History 
LINDA SUE KRAUTH, Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Mathematics 
LENETTA LACADEN. Louisville 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 

ELIZABETH DIAWA LACKEY. Berea 

A.B. Art 
GLORIA JEAN LAKE. Berea 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
JERRY G. LAMB. Paint Lick 

B.B.A. Accounting 
THOMAS LAYNE LAMBERT. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



KENNETH D. LANE, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
TIMOTHY JENSEN LANHAM, Pe 

B.B.A. General Business 
JOHN LANIER. London 

A.B. Political Science 
PAUL WAYNE LANIER. London 

B.B.A. Data Processing 




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JUSEPH MARTIN LAWFER 111. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
FREDA LYNN LAYNE, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WAYNETTE D. LAYNE, Prestonsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
JAMES P. LEACH. Stanford 

B.S. Geology 

DONNA RAY LEATHERS. Frankfort 

B.B. A. General Business 
MARY |0 LEATHERS, lacks. .11 

A.B. English 
IUDITH MARTIN LESLIE. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
LISBETH KAY LEVA!, LEY. Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 

CARL LINV1LLE LEWALLEN. Corbin 

A.B. Political Science 
BEVERLY C. LEWIS, Morrow. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH KAY LEWIS, Flatwood 

A.B. Political Science 
TESSELLA LEWIS. Harlan 

B.S. Psychology 




A sudden shower catches many off guard. 



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JOHN B. L1LE, Central City 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MELISSA COOK LOFTIX. Erlanger 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LUTHER SAMUEL LOUR. Timberville, Virginia 

B.S. Industrial Education 
GARY MITCHELL LONG, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 

WILLIAM H. LONG, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CAROLYN SUE LOVE. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GEORGE AXX LOVELY. Louisville 

A.B. History 
STEPHEN' F. LOWE. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 





One campus visitor takes a dip in the ravine pond to cool off during dog day 



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All 'Visitors' Enjoy Campus Attractions 




SUSAN LEE LOWE. Winchester 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
CHARLES O. LOWERY |R., Louisville 

A.B. Law Enforcemenl 
|0 ANNE RICE LOWMAN, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
BARBARA ELIZABETH LUMSDEN. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 

ROBERT WERNER LUTKENHOFF. Ft. Thomas 

A.B. Social Work 
GEORGE WILLIAM I.YLE. North Middletown 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
[UDY LYNCH. Lexington 

B.S. Nursing 
SHARON ANNE LYNCH. Lebanon 

B.S. Business Education 

WILLIAM CLIFTON LYNCH JR.. Lebanon 

B.B.A. Management 
VIOLET MARIE LYONS. Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PHYLLIS ANNE MACULAY. Kettering. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
ELAINE MACK. Paris 

B.A. History 

THOMAS WILLIAM MACKERLEY, Stanhope. New Jersey 

B.S. Industrial Education 
MICHAEL DUNNE MACKIN. Springfield 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JEFFERY S. MAGERS. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PATTY I.. MAINS. Falmouth 

B.S. Home Economics Education 



MICHAEL GRAHAM MALONEY. |effersonvi 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ROBERT D. MANES. Battle Creek, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcemenl 
M. TERRY MANN. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcemenl 
RALPH STEPHEN MANN, Elsmere 

A.B. Art 

LINDA SUSAN MANNING, Somerset 

A.B. English 
PATRICIA ANN MARCH, Miami. Florida 

B.S. Nursing 
CHARLENE MARCUM. Albany 

B.S. Special Education 
]AYNE LARK MARLOWE. Frankfort 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Social Work 

DARYL PATRICE MARMILLOT, Louisville 

A.B. Library Science 
SHARON MAUPIN MARSHALL, Lebanon 

B.S. Mathematics 
KEVIN DOUGLAS MARTELLO. Lexington 

B.B.A. Finance 
DAVID R. MARTIN. Crab Orchard 

B.S. Industrial Education 



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Classes, Classes, Classes . . . 



GLENNA DEMISE MARTIN. Topmost 

B.S. Nursing 
JEFFREY JAMES MARTIN. Jacksonville. Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LEE GORDON MARTIN, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business 
V1CKI LYNX MARTIN. Louisville 

A.B. Rehabilitation 



MARGARET ANNE MASCHMEYER. Ludlow 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
MARGARET RUTH MASON. Paint Lick 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
MICHAEL LLOYD MASON. Lynch 

B.S. Medical Technology 
RICHARD L. MASON. Alexandria 

A.B. Art 



BENJAMIN FORD MATHIS. Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BOBBY GENE MAUNEY JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LOWELL JEFFERY MAXEY. Petterstown. West Virginia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ANNA KIRK MAY. Callettsburg 

B.B.A. Accounting 



Some students find time to stop and talk while others 
hurrv to class. 




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KATHY MAYER, Alexandria 

B.S. Recreation and Park Adminisli j! 

GWENDOLYN MAYES. I [arrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
HAROLD STEVEN MAYES. Booneville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
VIRGINIA LOU MAYHUGH. Independence 

B.S. Special Education 

DONNA BEA McARTI II IR. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
CONNIE KAY McBURNEY. Carrollton 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
LISA EARLENE McCLAl IE, Poi tsmouth. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
RANDALL G. McCLEARN. Shepherdsville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



STEPHEN H. McCOMBS. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
WYNOXA ELAINE McCORKLE, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
BOBBY ALLEN McCOUN. Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MICHELE ALIVIA McCRARY, Louisville 

A.B. Social Work and Law Enl menl 



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JUDY L. McFALL. Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
ALISON S. McFARLAND, Owensboro 

B.S. Mathematics 
DONNA LYNN McINTOSH, Milwaukee. Wisconsin 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 
EDWINA McINTOSH. Chavies 

B.A. English 

PAUL NELSON McKEE. Covington 

B.S. Physical Education 
DEBRA |EAN McKINNEY. Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOHN DALE McNEW, Berea 

B.B.A. Business 
[ANIS LEA McNULTY, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 



RACHEL LEE McQUERRY. Paint Lick 

B.S. Elementary Education 
|AY RODNEY McREYNOLDS, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
RONALD E. McWHORTER. Hamilton. Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
VICKI P. McWHORTER. London 

B.S. Elementary Education 



DENNIS L. McWILLIAMS. Richmond 

B.S Law Enforcement 
SHERRY GENE MESSER. Mansfield. Ohio 

B.S. Psycholog> and Rehabilitation 
DAVID P. MEYER. Brookville. Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education and Correcliye Therapy 
|AMESW. MIDDLETON, Lexington 

A.B. Social Work 



A competitive game of intramural football breaks the 
monotony of classes. 




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458 Seniors/McF-Mid 



Intramurals Provide Release From Study 




WILLIAM C. MIDDLETON. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
BRENDA SUE MILBURN, Springfield 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY DALTON Mil, BY. Louisville 

B.B.A. Business 
JOSEPH DAVID MILES. Lebanon 

B.B.A. Business 



KEVIN CHRISTOPHER MILES. Indianapol 

B.B.A. Finance 
EDWIN ANDERSON MILLER, Winchester 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOAN FRANCES MILLER. Russell 

B.M.E. Music Education 
VIVIAN FAY MILLER. Rich. nun, I 

B.B.A. Marketing 

WANDA [O MILLER. London 

B.S. Special and Elementary Education 
MARY REBECCA MILLS. Columbus, ( Ihio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RALPH W. MINIARD, Monticello 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOYCE LYNN MIRACLE. Middlesboro 

B.S. Home Economics Education 



HARRY MOBERLY JR., Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 
JENNIFER PIATT MOCKBEE, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARGARET JEAN MOEVES. Ft. Mitchell 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SEYED BUIK MOHAMMADI. Iran 

B.S. Psychology and Sociology 

ALICE MARIAN MONTGOMERY. Scottsburg. Indiana 

A.B. English 
GARY THOMAS MONTGOMERY, Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 
MICHAEL J. MONTGOMERY. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Social Work 
|ANET L. MOORE, West Chester, Ohio 

B.M. Music 



JOSEPH REID MOORE. New Castle 

B.B.A. Business 
LEOMARIE MOORE. Louisville 

A.B. History 
MAURICE EUGENE MOORE, Booneville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONALD G. MOORE, Booneville 

B.S. Elementary Education 

TANYA FAYE MOORES. Louisville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
BEVERLY W. MORGAN JR.. Roanoke. Virginia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DIANNE POLSTON MORGAN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MICHAEL MORGAN. Louellen 

B.S. Industrial Education 



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ELISHA MORRIS, Hazard 

A.B. Social Work 
STEPHEN WARD MORRIS. Cynthiana 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
M. KAY MORROW. Hill Top 

A.B. Social Work 
ROBERT VAUGHN MORROW. Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 



THOMAS SMITHSON MORTON. Troy. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education and Corrective Therapy 
PAULA MARIE MOSCINSKI, Niles. Illinois 

A.B. Drama 
RONALD PETER MOSSOTTI. Syracuse, New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ELIZABETH WELLS MOUYEOS. Richmond 

B.A. Art 








In an exciting game, a fumble gives the opponents a chance to score. 



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Warm Afternoon Brings Activity 




CHRIS DENISE MUELLER. Florence 

A.B. Social Work 
ARTIE MARIE MULLEN. Richmond 

A.B. Arl 
STANFORD THOMAS MULLEN JR., Louisville 

A.B. Sociology 
KENNETH B. MULLINS, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcemenl 

SALLY ANN MULLINS, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
SHEILA GAIL MULLINS. Hustonville 

A.B. Social Work 
DOROTHY PATTERSON MURPHY. Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES WILLIAM MURRELL. Lexington 

B.B.A. Business 



PATRIE LYNN MURRELL, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
CAROL ELDREDGE MUSIC, Paintsville 

B.S. Special Education 
MICHAEL BRENT MYERS. Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
RICK NALLY, Springfield 

B.B.A. Finance 

MICHAEL STEVEN NAPIER. Vandalia, Ohii 

B.S. Industrial Education 
D. SCOTT NEAL, Pine Knot 

B.B.A. Accounting 
BETTY JUNE NEELEY. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DAN NETTLE, Canal Fulton. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 



JOHN E. XEUFARTH.Southgate 

B.S. Biology 
GEORGE RAYMOND NEUMEISTER. Jefferson. Indian;; 

B.B.A. Management 
KELLON E. NEWLAND. Grayson 

B.B.A. Finance 
JOHN THOMAS NEWTON. Richmond 

B.S. Chemistry 

THOMAS LISLE NICKELL. Winchester 

A.B. Social Work 
CLARA NOBLE. Richmond 

B.S. Nursing 
KATHY MELINDA NOBLE, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
JUDY LYNN NOE, West Alexandria. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 



SARAH ALICE NOE. Somerset 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
MARK E. NORENBERG, Richmond 

B.S. Dietetics 
JOSEPH MARTIN NORTON, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHARLEY S. NORVELL. Corbin 

B.S. Agriculture 



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Harry Chapin Performs In Concert 



JEFFERY HOWARD NORWITZ, West Hartford 

Connecticut 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
NANCY LEE NUNN, Albany 

A.B. Sociology 
BERNARD B. O'BRYAN III, Richmond 

B.B.A. Management 
BONNIE MARCELLA ODLE, Tompkinsville 

B.S. Biology 

SONDRA ADAMS OLDS, Richmond 

B.S. Dietetics 
PETER LOUIS OLSEN. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
CLARENCE EDWARD O'NAN, Richmond 

B.B.A. Management 
KATI IRYN LYNN O'NAN. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 



KENNETH DAWSON ORMAN, Louisville 

A.B. History 
RICHARD MORRIS OTT. East Hartford. Connecticut 
SUSAN ANN OTTO. Ft. Thomas 

B.S. Corrections and Social Work 
DANNY LEE OUSLEY, Preslonburg 

B.B.A. Accounting 



JAMES MICHEAL OVERMILLER. York, Pennsylvania 

B.A. Law Enforcement 
PAMELA LYNN PACK, Paintsville 

B.S. Fashion Merchandising 
ROBERT ALFRED PAINE, Richmond 

B.S. Health Education 
STACY PALEOLOGOS. Rockville. Maryland 

B.A. Art 



The University Center Board provides entertainment for 
students throughout the year. 




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|OHN II. PALOMBI, Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 

B.B.A. Marketing 
PATRICIA ANN PARKER. Paducah 

B.S. Special Education 
JANICE MAE PARSONS, Allen 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
KATHY JO PARSONS. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 



THOMAS EARL PARTIN, Annville 

B.S. Agriculture 
DAVID EDWARD PASIERB, Donora. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LEORA JEAN PATRICK, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
VICKI LYNN PATRICK, Springboro, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



JANICE L. PATTERSON. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOHN HENRY PAYNE JR.. Danville 

B.B.A. Management 
CECILIA DIANE PEARCE, Shelbyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WAYNE GERALD PEARSALL. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



DEBRA K. PEARSON. Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
TOM M. PEASE. Corbin 

B.B.A. Accounting 
LARRY J. PEAVLER, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PHYLLIS BARTON PELLY. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Kathy Jo Black reflects the students feelings toward Harry 
Chapin, 



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MARION RHEA PENNINGTON, London 

B.S. Bio 
JUDITH LORRAINE PERKINS. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
RICKY LANE PERKINS. Owenton 

B.S, Recreation 
DAVID M. PETERS, Corbin 

B.B.A. Marketing 

DAVID PAUL PETERS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. Regional Planning 
LANNY CLINTON PETREY. Corbin 

B.S. Industrial Education 
TOMMY LEE PETREY. Somerset 

B.S. Physical Education 
LINDA MAE PFALZGRAF, Burlington 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 




Jimmy Mundy expresses his feelings toward an uninteresting lecture. 



464 Seniors/Pen-Pfa 



Boredom Sometimes Infiltrates Classes 




BEVERLY ANN PHELPS. Columbia 

B.A. Chemistry 
BLAINE PHILLIPS, Stearns 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REBECCA LEE PHILLIPS. Louisville 

A.B. Social Work 
WAYNE PHILLIPS. Stearns 

B.S. Health and Physical Education 

BARBARA DIANE PITAKOS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GARNETT LEE PITTMAN, Yosomile 

A.B. Political Science 
DONALD LEE POFFENBERGER, Hagerstown. Maryl 

A.B. Sociology 
STEVEN MICHAEL POMEROY, Lebanon. Ohio 

B.S. Economics 

JANET MARIE POPE. Louisville 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
KARREN JO POPE, Annapolis. Maryland 

B.S. History 
NANCY ELLEN POTTS. Louisville 

A.B. Pathology and Audiology 
CARYL. POWELL. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

JUDITH BELLE POWELL, Elkhorn City 

A.B. Political Science 
SALLY |. PRATHER, Prospect Heights. Illinois 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCY BINGHAM PRICE. Lexington 

A.B. Art 
THOMAS G. PRICE. Jackson 

A.B. Art Education 

WILLIAM ROBERT PRICE. Foggy Mountain Top. 

Tennessee 

B.B.A. General Business 
LELA IWELEEN PUCKETT, Irvine 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
MARY J. PUCKETT. Richmond 

B.A. Art 
MICHAEL LAWRENCE PULLIAM, Louisville 

B.B.A. Management 

DAVID ALLEN QI IARLES, Richmond 

B.S. Wildlife Management 
LINDA SUE RAINS, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DENNIS RAY RALEIGH. Fern Creek 

B.S. Ornamental Horticulture 
KAREN L. RAMEY. Harlan 

B.S. Business Education 



SARAH FRANCES RAWLINGS. Pikeville 

B.S. Nursing 
THOMAS JOHN REBILAS. New Castle. Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 
PAUL CHARLES REBMANN. Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
TWELVE E. REBOLD. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 



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One And Two And . . 



MARY L. REED. PeeWee Valley 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JAMES ANTHONY REESE, Lansford. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JAMES PHILLIP REEVES. Melvin 

B.B.A. Business 
DOUGLAS E. REFFITT. Xenia. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DIANNE MARIE REHKAMP. Florence 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOHN FOSTER REINLE. Cox's Creek 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
KATHERINE LEE REINSTEDLER. Louisville 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
CAROLYN REPPERT. Ml. Vernon 

A.B. Social Work 



JOHN LYNN RHODUS. Lexington 

A.B. Art 
ANDREW WAYNE RICE, Lexington 

B.B.A. Business 
BETTY KAY RICE. Prestonsburg 

B.B.A. Business 
DEBORAH LYNN RICHARDSON. Waco 

A.B. English 

ORESTES RICHARDSON. Danville 

A.B. Social Work 
SHARON S. RICHARDSON, Monticello 

A.B. Social Work 
ANGELA RUTH RICHESON. Louisville 

A.B. Speech and Drama 
BARBARA ANN RICKE, New Albany, Indiana 

B.S. Interior Design 

BECKY B. RICKETTS, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
GWENDOLYN RIFFE. Danville 

A.B. Social Work 
PAUL DUANE RIFFLE, Lima. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
CHRISTINE K. RIGGLE, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

PATTY LEE RIGGS. Ml. Gilead. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
THOMAS JOSEPH RILEY. Lebanon 

B.S. Industrial Education 
BEATRICE MILLER RISHER. Richmond 

B.E. Dietetics 
MARGARET LYNN RISK. Nicholasville 

B.S. Elementary Education 



LAURA CI.ETA ROARK. Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TERRY LEWIS ROARK, Owensboro 

B.B.A. Business 
ARTHUR FLINT ROBERSON, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Arts 
CLAUDIA LOU ROBERTS, Richmond 

B.S. Elemenlarv Education 




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JAMES WARREN ROBERTS. Lexington 

A.B. Sociology 
GEORGE EDWARD ROBINSON. Campion 

B.S. Physical Education 
MATT1E JEAN ROBINSON. Manchester 

B.S. Psychology 
ROBERT LEE ROBINSON. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Etlucation 



SAMUEL JONES ROBINSON JR.. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
SANDRA JOAN ROBINSON, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES EDWARD RODGERS. Somerset 

A.B. Physical Education 
ELLEN LANE RODGERS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementarv Education 



GARY WILLIAM ROE. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
PATTI LYNN ROGERS. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
WILLIAM RAYMOND ROGERS. Newark. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
DARLENE YOUNG ROSS. Berea 

A.B. Art 

JAMES K.ROSS. Berea 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
MARIE C. ROSS. Cumberland 

A.B. English 
BILLIE ANN ROTHEL, Midway 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
ANDREA LYNN ROUTLEDGE. Bellevue 

B.S. Mathematics 



Miss Craig instructs elementary education majors in their 
piano session. 



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A tired student finds the quiet university center a perfect place for a quick nap. 



Student Lounge Provides Place To Relax 




TERRY WAYNE ROUTSON, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
KENNETH RAY ROWLAND, Wilmore 

B.B. A. Finance 
STEVE ROWLAND. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
SHARON KAY ROWLETT. Bedford 

B.S. Elementary Education 

JAMES LINN ROYALTY, Shelbyville 

B.B. A. Management 
JOHN TAYLOR ROYALTY |R., Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
YAGNESH KASTURBHAI SAFI, India 

B.S. Chemistn 
|OHN ALAN SALISBURY. Martin 

B.S. Earth Science 

GLENNA F. SAMMONS, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BARBARA |EAN SANDERS. Richmond 

B.M.E. Music Education 
MARTHA FAYE SANDS. Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
THOMAS E. SAUNDERS, Owensville, Ohio 

B.B. A. Accounting 

DAVID KEITH SAYLOR. Corbin 

B.B. A. Business Administration 
PAUL E. SCANLON. Lexington 

A.B. Broadcasting 
MARY LOUISE SCHEPMAN. Carrollton 

B.S. Elementarv Education 
WILLIAM RICKY SCHEPMAN. Carrollton 

B.S. Biology 

DANIEL ROBERT SCHERRER. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ROXANN SCHLELEIN. Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JUDITH A. SCHNEIDER, Flint. Michigan 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY LORIE SCHOLL. Covington 

B.S. Mathematics 

RANDALL ). SCHWEITZER. Bardstovvn 

B.B. A. Marketing 
RONALD L. SCHWEITZER, Bardstovvn 

B.B. A. Marketing 
CAROL PATRICIA SCHWENKE, Union 

B.S. Fashion Merchandising 
PATRICIA ANN SEAMAN. Florence 

B.M.E. Music Education 

ELLEN PERRY SEARCY. Vine Grove 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TERESA ANN SEARCY. Lexington 

A.B. French 
JAMES E. SEBREE. Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
HERBERT MARSHALL SEESLE. Valley Stre 

New Y'ork 

B.S. Industrial Education 



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Sharing Knowledge Brings Solutions 



WILLIAM H. SEIP, Swedesboro 

A.B. Social Work 
TERESA JANE SEITZ. Lawrenceburg, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAROL SUE SEKURA. West Mifflin. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Business Education 
JERRI ELIZABETH SELLERS. Loveland, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 



LENORA SUE SELLS. Louisville 

B.S. Dietetics 
SOMSAK SENAVININ. Bangkok. Thailand 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice 
ANTHONY THOMAS SEROWIK. Eau Gallie. Florida 

B.S. Physics 
JEFFREY KAYS SETTLES. Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

KAREN H. SEXTON. McDowell 

B.S. Nursing 
SIMIN R. SHAK1B. Gahanna. Ohio 

B.A. Art Education 
DAN R. SHANK. Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LINDA DARLENE SHARP. Turners Station 

B.S. Phvsical Education 



| AMES L. SHEPHERD. Lebanon 

A.B. Broadcasting 
OAK1E LEE SHEPHERD. Prestonsburg 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
EDWARD LOGAN SHERMAN. Somerset 

B.B.A. Economics 
EDWARD PAUL SHERRARD. Elizabethtown 

B.S. Psychology 

| RANDALL SHEW. Richmond 

B.B.A. Finance 
JO ANN SHIELDS. Chaplin 

B.S- Business Education 
TRAVIS DEAN SHIRLEY. Glasgow 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ED SHOCK. Dayton. Ohio 

A.B. Regional Planning 

JERRY LYNN SHOTWELL. Erlanger 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SAMIER EISA SHUNNARA. Valley Station 

B.B.A. Marketing 
LINDA LORRAINE SIERS. Somerset 

B.M. Voice 
DENNIS MURRILL SILLS. Lexington 

B.S. Recreation Administration 



LARRY ALFRED SIMPSON, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
M. CRAIG STEVEN SINGER, Los Angeles. California 

A.B. History 
DAVID A. SKAROSI. Hubbard. Ohio 

A.B. Geography 
STEVEN WILSON SLADE. Cynthiana 

B.S. Phvsics 




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FLOYD KENNETH SLUSHER. Field 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHARON LYNN SLUSHER, Williamsburg 

B.S. Business Education 
ANGELA F. SMITH. Lexington 

B.S. Recreation 
BENNITA |. SMITH. Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 



DELORES GAY SMITH. Louisville 

B.S. Rehabilitation 
DIANE MARIE SMITH, Lexington 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDWARD K. SMITH, Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
J. MAURA SMITH, Springfield 

B.S. Elementary Education 



JAMES DAVID SMITH, Loyall 

A.B. Regional Planning 
)ERRY WAYNE SMITH. Piqua. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN MICHAEL SMITH, Fairdale 

B.B.A. Business 
[OYCE A. SMITH, Winchester 

B.M.E. Music Education 



JUDY ANN SMITH. Manchester 

A.B. Social Work 
KAREN LYNN SMITH, Ashland 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARK McCALLUM SMITH. Richmonc 

A.B. History 
MARY JANE SMITH, Springfield 

B.S. Elementarv Education 




Mike Murphy (right] helps his students discover some basic principles in physics. 



Seniors/Slu-Smi 471 



Finding solitude among the leaves. Brenda Todd escapes 
to the ravine for study. 



MICHAEL RUSSELL SMITH, Lebanon 

B.S. Industrial Education 
STEVE BAXTER SMITH. Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 
VENITA KAY SMITH. Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JOLLY B. SNIDER. Louisville 

B.A. General Business 

DAVID MICHAEL SORTER, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Business Administration 
JOHN GILBERT SPAHR, Richmond 

B.B.A. Marketing 
JOSEPH V. SPALDING. Lebanon 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ROSE CILLA SPARKS. Big Creek 

A.B. Library Science 

JANE LOUISE SPARNON. Hacketlstown. New Jersey 

B.S. Dietetics 
DEBORAH KAY SPARROW. Louisville 

A.B. Political Science 
SANDRA DIANE STAHL. Covington 

B.S. Mathematics 
ANNA GRIFFITH STAMPER, Newport 

B.S. Elementarv Education 




472 Seniors/Smi-Sta 



Ravine Affords Quiet Study 




IVER RUSSELL STANDARD JR.. Frankforl 

A.B. Drama and Speech 
MICHAEL C. STANECK, Springboro. Ohio 

11 HA. Marketing 
GARY GRAI 1AM STANSBERRY, Erlanger 

B.B.A. Accounting 
WILLIAM WEST STAPLETON, Knoxville, Te 

A.B. | nalism 



JACKIE L. STEELE, Gray 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RALPH STEELE, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
NANCY JEAN STEGER. Florence 

A.B. History and Social Science 
CHARLES E. STEVENS. Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 



CYNTHIA ANNE STEWART. Convoy. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
DONNA K. STEWART. Norlhfield. New Jersey 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EVELYN GAY STEWART, Letcher 

B.S. Recreation 
LESTER G. STEWART. Pineville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 

SAMUEL MILLARD STEWART JR., Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARK KEITH STONE. Maloneton 

B.B.A. Business 
JOY LYNN STRATTON, Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 
KARLA ANN STRONG. Lexington 

B.S. Home Economics Education 



RILEY LAYNE STUCKER, Fisherville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARCELLA STUMBO, Minnie 

B.S. Nursing 
CHARLES RICH SUMMERS, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
JIM CHARLES SURBECK. Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 

ANNE SWAIN, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOHN ROBERT SWEENY. Washington. Pennsylvania 

B.A. Law Enforcemenl 
JUDY A.B. SWEENEY. Columbia 

B.S. Mathematics and Chemistry 
VIKKI ANN SWENY. Lebanon, Ohio 

B.S. Textiles and Design 

DORIS PATRICIA TACKETT, Frankforl 

B.S. Corrections, B.A. Social Work 
GERALD WAYNE TAMME. Lebanon Junction 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
NANCY ROBERTA TASSIE. Louisville 

B.S. Rehabilitation Counseling. B.A. Social Work 
MICHAEL RAY TATCHELL, Richmond 

B.S. Chemistrv 



Seniors/Sla-Tat 473 



Don Schumaker, a senior from Westchester, Ohio, takes 
aim as he practices his archery. 



DAVID ALLEN TAYLOR, Richmond 

B.S. Physics 
YIARCIA ANN TENRY. Glasgow 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
HAROLD DWAYNE TERRY, Booneville 

B.S. Physical Education 
JUDY C. TERRY. Booneville 

A.B. Sociology 

BARBARA A.E. THACKER, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
GARY JOSEPH THIBODEAUX. Lake Charles. Louisiana 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CHARLES DOUGLAS THOMAS. Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MICHAEL A. THOMAS. Elsmere 

B.B.A. Accounting 

SAMMY TODD THOMAS. Paris 

A.B. History 
ALFRED EUGENE THOMPSON, Owensboro 

B.S. Physical Education 
EDWARD DONALD THOMPSON, Feds Creek 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
LAWRENCE W. THOMPSON, Richmond 

A.B. Political Science 

ROBERT HART THOMPSON. Florence 

B.B.A. Management 
CYNTHIA LEE THURMAN, Frankfort 

B.M.E. Music Education 
LEE ANN THURMOND, Corbin 

B.S. Physical Education 
DAVIS DOYLE TINDOLL JR.. Charleston, Mississippi 

B.S. Law Enforcement 




474 Seniors/Tay-Tin 



A New Arts Building Goes Up 




PEGGY LEE TINGLE. Pleasureville 

B.S. Elemental v Education 
WILLIAM CHURCHILLTINGLEY. Richmond 

A.B. Broadcasting 
MICHAEL TIPTON. Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Business Management 
STEVEN WAYNE TIPTON. Ravenna 

B.B.A. General Business 



GARY COX TODD, Independence. Virginia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
VIRGINIA D. TODD. Stanton 

B.S. Home Economics 
MARY ANGELA TOWNER. Manchester. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
HELEN JO TRISLER, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 



DAVID MICHAEL TRUDELL. Lexington 

B.B.A. Management 
MICHAEL VINCENT TRUE. Corinth 

B.S. Mathematics 
HARRY LEE TRUMAN. Pleasureville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
DOROTHY SCHULER TUCKER, Waynesburg 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 

OSCAR JAMES TUDOR, Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
LORI TUNGATE. Kettering. Ohio 

B.S. Education 
MARION F. TURLEY, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Arts 
MARGIE PENNY TURNER, Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 



As Eastern expands, construction workers are a frequent 
sight on campus. 



Seniors/Tin-Tur 475 



Library Offers Store Of Learning 






MICHAEL E. TURNER, Englewood. Ohio 

B.A. Geography 
ROSETTA ANN TURNER. Williamsburg. Ohic 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SANDRA KAY TURNER, Maysville 

B.S. Home Economics 
WILLIAM MICHAEL TURNER, Louisville 

A.B. Urban Planning 

GEORGIA KAYE TYE. Richmond 

B.S. Pre-medical Sciences 
CYNTHIA RUTH TYGRETT. Shelbyville 

B.S. Child Development 
STEVEN DOUGLAS ULMER. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
KATH1 LYNNE UZZEL, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. General Home Economics 



VALORIE E. VALLEY, Springfield. Ohio 

B. B.A. Office Administration 
BENJAMIN N. VANHOOK, Somerset 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ELINDA KAY VANOVER. Middlesboro 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RONNIE WAYNE VANOVER. Benham 

A.B. Art 

ROGER DALE VANZANT. Berea 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DARRELL EDWARD VAUGHN. London 

A.B. History 
JAY VEDELLI. Cliffside Park. New Jersey 

A.B. History 
KATHRYN THOMPSON VENABLE. Pineville 

A.B. English 

JOHN MARK VICE. Maysville 

B.S. Elementary and Physical Education 
PATRICIA LEE VICE, May's Lick 

A.B. Art 
LINDA DELAINE VICTOR, Garrett 

A.B. Geography B.S. Special Education 
MARIE VITTITOE. Mt. Washington 

A.B. French 

DARLA JEAN VOGELSANG, Hebron 

B.S. Elementary Education 
RICHARD GLENN VON HANDORF. Lookout I [eights 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
GLORIA [ILL V( HAW. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Interior Design 
LEWIS E. WACHSMAN, Cold Spring 

B.B.A. Business 



DAVID M. WADE. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
KENNETH B. WADE, Harrodsburg 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
ANN CAROLYN WAGNER, Fort Thomas 

B.M.E. Music 
WILLIAM C. WAGNER, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 




476 Seniors/Tur-Wag 




]ane Munson finds lh<il being i urn i liar with I he card cata- 
log helps when doing research in the library. 




DEBORAH JEAN WAINRIGi IT. Cincinnal 

A. IS. French and English 
BARBARA PAYNE WALKER. Frankfort 

B.S. Home Economics 
ERIC TAYLOR WALKER, Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcemenl 
DEBORAH DOTY WALTERS. Fori Thoma 

A.B. Social Work 



THOMAS R. WALTERS, Newark, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
ANTHONY WAMPLER. Richmond 

B.B.A. Accounling 
GWENDA G. WARMAN. Westchester. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
DENNIS RANDALL WARREN, Clay City 

B.S. Industrial Education 



CYNTHIA JANE WATKINS. Saint Louis. Missouri 

A.B. Art 
KENNETH DAVID WATSON. Frankfort 

A.B. Political Science 
NEIL STANTON WATSON. Garrett 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KATHLEEN WATTS. Jackson 

A.B. Social Work 

PATRICIA ANN WATTS, Winchester 

B.S. Physical Education 
JAMES SHERMAN WAY II. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
CANDACE JANE WEAVER. Greensburg. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 
CAROLYN ANN WEBB, Mount Washington 

B.S. Home Economics Education 



Seniors/Wai-Web 477 



Library Busy As Finals Approach 



MIKE CHARLES WEBER, Richmond 

A.B. Social Work 
THERESA A. WEBER. Louisville 

A.B. Philosophy 
JUDITH LYNN WEBSTER. Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARITA FAYE WEBSTER, Glencoe 

B.S. Elementary Education 

DEWEY WADE WEDDLE, Tick Ridge 

A.B. English 
HERBERT F. WED1G. Cincinnati 

B.S. Industrial Education 
THERESE ANN WEIGAND. Florence 

A.B. History 
SHERRY VERNE WEISMAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 

GARY FREDRICK WELDON. Warehouse Point, 

Connecticut 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARSHA LYNNE WELKER. Sheperdsville 

A.B. Social Work 
BILLY DALE WELLS, Sharonville. Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
STEPHEN B. WESTMEYER, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 

DENISE WHEELER. Westerville, Ohio 

B.S. Nursing 
JAMES TAYLOR WHITAKER, Louisville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
GEORGE THURMAN WHITE. Lexington 

B.S. Public Health 
JAMES EDWARD WHITE, Richmond 

A.B. Art 



DEROY G. WAIFE-ABABIO. Ghana 

B.S. Medical Technology 
KAY WIDUP, Winamac, Indiana 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
NANCY S. WILCHER. Stanford 

B.S Elementary and Special Education 
DONALD LOUIS WILLIAMS. Shelbyville 

B.B.A. Business Education 



DOYLE WILLIAMS. Sand Gap 

B.S. Industrial Education 
ELIZABETH RAMBO WILLIAMS. Richmond 

B.S. Special Education 
GARY L, WILLIAMS, Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 
KEN R. WILLIAMS. Columbus. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 



KENNETH L. WILLIAMS. Wilmington. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
PHYLLIS BARCLAY WILLIAMS. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROBERT NEIL WILLIAMS. Hagerslown, Maryland 

B.B.A. Finance 
ROGER L. WILLIAMS, Pikeville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 




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478 Seniors/Web-Wil 




|OHN LESLIE WILLIAMSON, Piketon, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business 
SARA LYNN WILLIEN. Hilliard, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
HARRY PARK WILLS, Shelbyville 

B.S. School Health 
CATHERINE SUE WILSON, Paris 

B.S. Elementary Education 



WILLIAM S. WILSON. Irvine 

B.B.A. Business 
EUGENE W. WINBUN. JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
MARGARET ANN WINBURN, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
REBECCA ANNE WINGATE, Dayton. Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 




Mrs. Alice Manchikes helps Sue Campbell find needed information. 



Seniors/Wil-Win 479 



Entertainment Provided In University Center 



ELAINE W. WINGO. Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CATHY LOUISE WINNER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Geology 
DEBRA LOUISE WISE. Louisville 

B.S. Nursing 
DAVID KENT WISEMAN. Beattyville 

B.S. Physical Education 



BRIAN S. WITT. Rochelle Park. New Jersey 

A.B. Political Science 
LINDA |. WITT. Simpsonville 

B.S. Interior Design 
MARC1A LYNN WOESTE, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
VICK1 KAREN WOLFE. London 

A.B. Drama 



DIANE STALKER WOOD. Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 
ARTHUR RAY WOODEN. Big Clifty 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JANE LYNN WOODS, Louisville 

A.B. Geography 
PAMELA HALL WOOLERY, Richmond 

B.S. Education 



GAIL LEE WORKMAN. Akron. ( )hio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LOWELL B. WORKMAN. Dry Ridge 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARTHA MOORE WORLEY, Perryville 

B.S. Nursing 
MARY SUE WORTHINGTON. Trenton, New Jersey 

B.S. Rehabilitation 

CORA SPENCER WRIGHT. Lexington 

A.B. Art 
KENNETH E. WRIGHT. Versailles, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education and Corrective Therapy 
PAUL L. WRIGHT, Lexington 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
STEVEN JOHN WRIGHT, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 



VICKI SUE WRIGHT, Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
THOMAN CHARLES WUNDERLE, Euclid, Ohio 

A.B. History 
DAVE WURFEL. Louisville 

B.S. Marketing 
TERRY GLENN WYATT. Berea 

B.S. Technology 

MITCH YELTON, Virginia Beach. Virginia 

B.S. History 
GLENDON WAYNE YORK. Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
KATIE JEAN YORK. Alhany 

B.S. Elementary Education 
BETTY LOU YOUNG. Richmond 

B.S. Food Service Administration 




480 Seniors/Win-You 




BRENDA DARLENE YOUNG, (unction Cily 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
DARRELL GENE YOUNG. Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DAVID MARTIN YOUNG. London 

B.S. Biology 
DAVID RUSSELL YOUNG. Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 

EVELYN RUTH YOUNG. Perryville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
JERRY LEE YOUNG. Science Hill 

B.S. Physical Education 
PAMELA GAIL YOUNG. Danville 

B.S. Nursing 
GREGORY G. ZEITS, Lake Leelannau, Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



SHARON FAYE ZIMMERMAN. Russell Springs 

A.B. English and German 
JOHN LAWRENCE ZINNER, Fern Creek 

B.S. Industrial Education 




Television is a popular pastime among many Eastern students. 



Seniors/You-Zin 481 



Ravine ... A Place For Leisure 



BERTEE ADKINS. Harold 

MA. Business Education 
FARAMARZ ALAVI. Tehran, Iran 

M.A. Physical Education 
SHIRLEY MORGAN ALEXANDER, Sanford, Florida 

M.S. Criminal Justice and Corrections 
MICHAEL ]. ASHER, Corbin 

M.A. English 

LAWRENCE BAILEY. West Liberty 

M.A. Physical Education 
PATRICIA S. BAILEY, London 

M.A. English 
JAMES MICHAEL BAKER, Corbin 

M.A. Industrial Education 
CYNTHIA JEAN BALL, Akron, Ohio 

M.S. Psychology 

STEPHEN DENNIS BANDURA JR., Whitehall, Pa. 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
SARA SUE BARNETT. Ewing 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
JOHN LINDSAY BATTS, Versailles 

M.A. Sociology 
LINDA L. BEGLEY. Lebanon 

M.A. Library Science 



RALPH DAVID BEGLEY, Paint Lick 

M.A. Business Education 
JAMES DOUGLAS BENNETT, McDonald, Pennsylvania 

M.A. Spanish 
SAM WILLIAM BERKHEISER JR., Harrisburg, Pa. 

M.S. Geology 
ARCHARA BOONYARAKSA. Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Textiles 



ANCHALEE BOONYAWAT, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Counseling 
ETHEL LUCILE BOSTIC, Anniston, Alabama 

M.A. Political Science 
JOHN CHARLES BOWERS. Alexandria 

M.B.A. Economics 
MELVIN E. BOYD, Great Bend. Kansas 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

RONALD G. BROWN, Hendersonville. North Carolina 

M.A. Geography 
CHARLES BRYANT, Covington 

M.A. Geography 
NICHOLAS ROBERT BUCKLEY. Sabina. Ohio 

M.A. History 
ERIC R. BUNDY, Louisville 

M.A. History 



JANICE MARIE BURNETT, Elizabethton 

M.A. Special Education 
MARSHALL LANIER BUSH, Bartow, Florida 

M.B.A. Marketing 
JO ANNE CAVALIER, Huntington, New York 

M.A. Physical Education 
JAMES MICHAEL CHANSLER, Kings Mountain 

M.S. Geology 




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on warm autumn davs. 




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M.A. English 
CECILIA PEI-RONG CHI. Taiwan 
MB. A. Business 


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KIRK LEE CLILES, Lexington 

M.A. Physical Education 


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CHUNG IN SUNG. Seoul. Korea 
M.S. Law Enforcement 



R. JOY COMBS. Whitesburg 

M.A. Business Education 
GLORIA McCAULEY CONNALLON. Versailles 

M.S. Elementary Education 
CHARLES HARRY COPP. Topeka, Kansas 

M.S. Physical Education 
BRUCE LANE COSTANTINE, Richmond 

M.A. Student Personal Services 



CATHERINE BARRETT CRISP. Richmond 

M.S. Aquatic Ecology 
NORMAN H. CRISP, Richmond 

M.S. Fisheries Biology 
CHRISTOPHER G. CROSS, Ausable Forks, New York 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
LINDA CLAIRE CROSS, Ausable Forks, New York 

M.A. Elementarv Education 



JASPER RICHARD CUMMINGS. Jamestown 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
EDWARD EUGENE DAUGHERTY, Brodhead 

M.A. Mathematics 
MARBETH ANN DAVIDSON. Red Fox 

M.A. Business 
JOHN ARTHUR DAWSON. Somerset 

M.A. Industrial Education 



Graduates/CHE-DAW 483 



Umbrellas are seen frequently throughout campus. 



VICKI BYRUM DENNIS, Louisville 

M.A. English 
RICHARD BERNARD DONOGHUE, Louisville 

M.B.A. Management 
EMILY SUSAN DURRETT. Richmond 

M.S. Biology 
JACK M. FILUT. Brooklyn. New York 

M.S. Clinical Psychology 

GERALDINE P. FLECKENSTEIN. Richmond 

M.A. Psychology and Guidance 
DONALD EDWARD FOSTER. Odilampi. Finland 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
LYDIA CAROL GABBARD. Booneville 

M.A. Nutrition 
LINDA SUE GAINES. London 

M.A. Physical Education 



JANICE MARIE GARBACK. Rochester. New York 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JEANNE PATRICE GRACE. Uniontown. Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 
GARY L. GRANT, Louisville 

M.A. Elementary Education 
SARAH FRALIX GRANT, Florence 

M.A. Spanish 




484 Graduates/DEN-GRA 



Rain Comes In Every Season 




GARY L.HALL. Barnesville. Ohio 

M.S. Ilciillh Education 
RONNIE NORMAN HARRISON. 1 [arrodsburg 

MA. Business 
in )l IGL AS LEE HATTOX. Ecru. Missouri 

M.S. Physics 
TERRY HASCUE HENDERSON, Pineville 

M.S. Psychologj 

DELPHINA HOPKINS. Pelzer, South Carolina 

M.S. Microbiology 
BONNIE SUSAN HOWARD. Flat Gap 

M.A. Industrial and Community Counseling 
MIN-CHI HUANG. Taiwan 

M.S. Biological Science 
SHI TUNG HUANG, Taiwan 

M.B.A. Business Administration 



DAVID LYNN HUGHES. Penn Gap. Virginia 

M.A. Student Personnel and Guidance 
RICHARD PAUL HUGHES. Barnesville, I )hio 

M.A. Physical Education 
PARI, C. HUMMEL, OTallon. Missouri 

M.S. Physics 
HA1 HWANG. Richmond 

M.B.A. Business 



BRYAN K. JAMES. Philippi. West Virginia 

M.S. Recreation 
WANDA MAE JAYNES. Neho. North Carolina 

M.A. English 
CLAYTON M. JOHNSON. Halo 

M.A. Special Education 
MARVIN EDWARD JONES, Roanoke, Virginia 

M.S. Biology 

MARTHA ANN JORDAN. Villa Hills 

M.A. Special Education 
ELIZABETH ANN KEENE, Richmond 

M.A. Industrial and Community Services 
REBECCA LYNN KEENE. Virgie 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
JOHN B. KELLER JR., Lexington 

M.A. Education 



JANE RAE KELLEY. Louisville 

M.A. History 
DENNIS JAMES KNOEPFLER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

M.S. Psychology 
UNCHALEE KONGFOO. Bangkok. Thailand 

M.S. Microbiology 
WING-HAY LAM, Kowloo, Hong Kong 

M.A. Geography 

SUZANNE C. LANE. Louisville 

SPECIALIST Physical Education 
GILBERT RICHARD LEFFLER. Richmond 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
YIN LEUNG LO. Taiwan. China 

M.S. Chemistn 
BRAD GREGORY LOAR. Lexington 

M.A. Geography 



Graduates, HAL-LOA 485 



Right: Loretta Blackburn is reflected as she ponders the 
selection of a new Eastern t-shirt at the University store. 
Far right: The campus bookstore is a busy place at the 
beginning of each semester, as students hurry to buy their 
new books. 



JOE A. LYON.Paintsville 

M.S. Vocational Administration 
GAIL L. LYTTLE, Manchester 

M.A. Business Education 
TIMOTHY JAMES MAHONEY. Richmond 

M.A. Business 
MARTHA DOLOROS MARLIN. Fairborn. Ohio 

M.A. Spanish 

LETHA MARSHALL. Jackson 

M.A. History 
SHIRLEY JEAN MCAFEE, Whitesburg 

M.A. Math 
JACKIE LEE MCCULLEY, Glassboro. New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
ROBERT GARRETT MCLENDON JR., Gainesville, Florida 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

JOE ANTHONY MELE, Orlando. Florida 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
L. JEFFREY MITCHELL. Pataskala, Ohio 

M.A. Industrial and Community Guidance 
MARVIN LYNN MOORE, Hamilton, Ohio 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
STEVEN EDWIN MORROW, Battle Creek, Michigan 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

SHIRLEY O. MOSER, Richmond 

M.M.E. Organ 
JUDY LAND MURPHY, Covington 

M.B.A. Accounting 
ROGER DALE MURPHY. Liberty 

M.B.A. Accounting 
DAVID L. NICHOLAS, Hodgenville 

M.P.A. Public Administration 




Graduates/LYO-NIC 



Bookstore Provides Student Needs 





ROGER DAE NYE, Hersey, Pennsylvania 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JOYCE ANN O'QUINN, Garrelt 

M.A. Math 
JO ANN OWSLEY. Montgomery. West Virginia 

M.A. Physical Education 
CLYDE M. PALMER, Layton. Utah 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

HWANG WONG PARK, Seoul, Korea 

M.B.A. Accounting 
BILL JACK PARKER, Blackey 

M.S. Physics 
JERRY LYNN PARKS, Lexington 

M.A. Physical Education 
PRAVINKUMAR I, PATEL, Nairobi, Kenya 

M.S. Industrial Technology 

DONALD ALAN PAULIN. Hamilton, Ohio 

M.A. Health Education 
GEORGE DAVID PIERCE, Cynthiana 

M.B.A. Accounting 
JERROLD CURTIS PIGG, Berea 

M.S. Industrial Technology 
CHAIRATPIMOLWATANA, Richmond 

M.A. Political Science 



•Graduates/NYE-PIM 487 



Peace . . . Solitude . . . Tranquility . . . 



DONALD ALLEN POWEL, Linden, New Jersey 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
ISAAC REYNOLDS, Augusta 

M.A. Physical Education 
KENDALL DEAN REYNOLDS. Louisville 

M.A. English 
HELEN ELAINE RICKETT, Waynesville, Ohio 

M.A. Library Science 



ROGER WAYNE ROARK, Flat Lick 

M.S. Chemistry 
EARL LOWELL ROBBINS JR., Ravenna 

M.A. Sociology 
KATHIE JUNE ROGERS. Newport 

M.A. French 
BRUCE L. ROSE. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 

M.S. Wildlife Management 

CHANADDA RUANGSUWAN, Bangkok. Thailand 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
CHARUPAT RUANGSUWAN, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
REBECCA JUNE RUE. Harrodsburg 

M.A. Music 
LOU R.RURY. Richmond 

M.P.A. Public Administration 



JOHN EDWARD RYAN JR., Louisville 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
THAKSIN SHINAWATRA. Chiangmai, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DEBORAH MARIE SKEDEL, Seward, Pennsylvania 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JAMES KENNETH SMITH, Lexington 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

GEORGE EDWARD SNYDER, Ekron 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
L. E. STEPHENS, Whitley City 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
WICHIANCHOT SUKCHOTRAT. Bangkok. Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
EVELYN RUTH SUMNER, Williamsburg 

M.A. Education 



BANDHOON SUPAKAVANICH, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
PRAPAPUN SUWANASUK. Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Elementary Education 
THOMAS E. SWANSON, Louisville 

M.A. Philosophy 
DAVID PATRICK THOMAS. Louisville 

M.A. Psychology 

MARCIA A. THOMPSON. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

M.A. Physical Education 
BILLY GLENN TILLETT, Frankfort 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
MICHAEL U. UKPE. Opobo, Nigeria 

M.B.A. Accounting 
DAVID E. VANARSDALL. Ft. Pierce, Florida 

M.S. Geology 




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PUCKDEE VITHAKAMONTRI. Thailand 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
MELISSA R. VLIEK, Oceanside. New York 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 
JERRY MICHAEL WESLEY, London 

M.S. Physics 
SHIRLEY ANNE WEST. Tupelo, Mississippi 

M.A. Early Childhood Education 

SHARON D. WHITBECK. Buffalo, New York 

M.S. Criminal [uslice 
ROBERT M. WIDUP, Richmond 

M.B.A. Business 
ROSE MARIE WIDUP. Richmond 

M.S. Special Education 
DENNIS (AY WIECHMAN, Ogden. Utah 

M.S. Criminal Justice 

WAYNE GEORGE WILLIAMS. Hillsdale. New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 
JULIA HESTER WINTERS, Mekenzie, Tennessee 

M.A. Art 
J. BLANER WOLFF, Dayton, Ohio 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JAMES E. WRIGHT JR., Louisville 

M.B.A. Accounting 



MING-LI THECLA WU. Thailand 

M.S. Math 
MARY JO WYNKOOP. Eaton. Ohio 

M.A. Spanish 
THOMAS J.C. YANG, Lexington 

M.S. Industrial Technology 







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The quietness of the ravine sometimes lures a peaceful rest. 



Graduates/VIT-YAN 489 




Nature provides all types of places for study and relaxation for treed Ben Fish and down-to-earth Nancy Harden and Cindv Good. 



490 Associate 



Nature's Library Abounds In Many Volumes 




|ANE ANN BACHMAN. Milford, Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBBIE ANN BAKER, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
BARBARA J. BALL. Calletlsburg 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CATHY S. BALLARD, Lexington 

A. A. Medical Record Technology 

ELIZABETH BARGO. Williamsburg 

A. A. Nursing 
SHERR1 ANNE BEAUMONT, Louisville 

A. A. Interior Decoration 
MARY E. BERNDT. Lexington 

A. A. Nursing 
ANNE H. BREWER. Lexington 

A. A. Nursing 

SHERRY JEAN BRIGHT, Lexington 

A. A. Law Enforcement 
KATHRYN ANN BROWN, Danville 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
NANCY KENDALL BRUNKER, Cynthiana 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
PATRICIA CAROL BUCKLER. Hebron 

A. A. Nursing 

ALEXIS DANIELE CASTEEL. East Bernstadt 

A.A. Nursing 
JENNIFER CHADWICK. Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 
LETHA MYRTLE CHILDERS. Lebanon. Ohio 

A.A. Drafting Technology 
RAMONA L. CLANCY. Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 

NICK LEE CLARK, Owingsville 

A.A. Industrial Technology 
PAMELA KAY CLAYTON. Falmouth 

A.A. Nursing 
PAMELA FAY CLEMENTS. Louisville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
CHRISTOPHER MARSHALL CONRAD, Dry Ridge 

A.A. Agriculture 

NANCY E. COOK. Lawrenceburg 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
YVONNE THERESE COOPER, Louisville 

A.A. Child Care 
DARLENE KAYE COVINGTON, Lexington 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
LINDA HELEN COYLE, Florence 

A.A. Nursing 

VICKIE ANN CRAWFORD, Carlisle 

A.A. Nursing 
KAREN SUE DZIECH, Ft. Thomas 

A.A. Child Care 
MARY LOU EDELEN. Springfield 

A.A. Child Care 
CYNTHIA DAWN FISHER, Dayton. Ohio 

A.A. Interior Decoration 



Associate/BAC-FIS 491 



Young At Heart Come At All Ages 



SANDY D. FORD. Englewood. Ohio 

A. A. Recreation 
MARY TERESA FOX. Milford. Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 
SHARON KAYE GENTRY. Lexington 

A. A. Nursing 
PATRICIA ANN GREER, Lexington 

A.A. Child Care 

ELIZABETH KAYE HACKVVORTH. Richmond 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
KARENS. HALL, Butler 

A.A. Medical Assistant 
REBECCA DENISE HAM. Cynthana 

A.A. Medical Assisting Technology 
DEBORAH L. HARTMAN, Covington 

A.A. Nursing 

KATHY MARIE HARTUNG. Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 
DARYL W. HATTON. Georgetown 

A.A. Drafting Design 
ROBIN L. HEDGECOCK. Brooksville 

A.A. Nursing 
POLLYANNA HENZMAN. Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 





Children enjoy the wondrous beauty of Eastern in the fall. 



492 Associate/FOR-HEN 



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Many Eastern students find pleasure in the game rooms 
at the University Center. 



CONNIE GAIL HORSEMAN, Mt. Sterling 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBBIE SUE HOSKINS. Pineville 

A. A. Medical Assisting Technology 
TONDA LEY HUGHES, Weeksbury 

A.A. Nursing 
TERRY LYNN JOHNSON. Corbin 

A.A. Nursing 

PATRICIA GAIL KELLEY. Pleasureville 

A.A. Nursing 
JOSEPH MICHAEL KELLY, Falmouth 

A.A. Applied Electronics 
LISA BELLE KELSEY. Mt. Vernon 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
GLYNDON E. KING. Corbin 

A.A. Nursing 

PATRICIA KNIGHT, Richmond 

A.A. Child Care 
BETH ANN KOZEL, Louisville 

A.A. Nursing 
JERILYN ANN LEITCH. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A.A. Nursing 
NANCY CAROL LOCKRIDGE, Ml. Sterling 

A.A. Nursing 

JUDY MAYFIELD, Richmond 

A.A. Nursing 
CONNIE LEE McMILLEN, Wilmore 

A.A. Medical Assisting Technology 
SUSAN A. McWHORTER, Albany 

A.A. Medical Records 
KATHLEEN MIDDEN. Cynthiana 

A.A. Secretarial Science 



Associate/HOR-MID 493 



Peddlers Scene On Campus 



MARGIE K. MILLER, Louisville 

A.A. Nursing 
FLORENCE MITCHELL. Pikeville 

A.A. Nursing 
GAYLA D. MORTON. Lexington 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
MARLENE SUSANNE MUELLER. Pickerington, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 

DONNA K. MULLINS. Myra 

A.A. Nursing 
POLLY S. MULLINS. Myra 

A.A. Medical Records Technology 
REBECCA ]ANE MURRAY, Berea 

A.A. Nursing 
VICKI RENEE MYERS. Corbin 

A.A. Nursing 

CONNIE JO NEWMAN. Boston 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
JUDY LATHAM OATTS. Albany 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
TARI R. OKRUHLICA. Louisville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
JACKIE ALLEN PATRICK, Franklin 

A.A. Law Enforcement 



MARY KATHLEEN PORTUNE, Kettering, Ohio 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
PEGGY ANN RAMBICURE, Lexington 

A.A. Medical Records 
AMY LOU RATCLIFF, Beaver Dam 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
GLORIA G. REED. Lexington 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 

GINI RICHARDS, Scottsville 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
DIANA JILL RIDDLEBARGER. New Boston, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
DEBBIE D. RITCHIE, Cynthiana 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
VANCENA TALLEY ROBINSON. Louisville 

A.A. Interior Design 

MARSHA JANE SEARCY. Lawrenceburg 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 
PEGGY ANN SHARP, Winchester 

A.A. Child Care 
PATRICIA LYNN SHEPHERD, South Shore 

A.A. Nursing 
GARY SIMPSON. Lexington 

A.A. Broadcasting Engineering Technology 

MONA JEAN SIMPSON, Lawrenceburg 

A.A. Nursing 
SANDRA RAE SMALLWOOD. Crittenden 

A.A. Nursing 
ROBIN SMOCK. Danville 

A.A. Child Care 
SUE ANN SPARKS, West Alexandria. Ohio 

A.A. Executive Secretary 




494 Associate/MIL-SPA 




JOYCE ANN STEELE, London 

A. A. Child Care 
KAY COLSON STEPHENS, Lancaster 

A. A. Nursing 
EDWARD GORDON STEWART. Lexington 

A. A. Drafting 
MARY TODD STOKLEY, Stanton 

A. A. Medical Assisting 

GAIL THOMAS, Richmond 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
REBECCA J. THOMAS, Bardstown 

A. A. Business 
CAROL ANN TINSLEY, Hartford 

A. A. Interior Decoration 
JOAN TRIMBLE, Pikeville 

A. A. Nursing 

LINDA SUE TURPIN, Wilmore 

A. A. Business 
DONNA JEAN UPHAUS. Louisville 

A. A. Interior Decoration 
SHARON SEDLAK VINCENT. Owosso. Michigan 

A. A. Nursing 
DOROTHY M. WAGNER, Nicholosville 

A. A. Secretarial Science 

SHARON GAYLE WEBB, Winchester 

A. A. Nursing 
BOBBIE CAUDILL WILLS, Hazard 

A. A. Nursing 
SHARON LEE WILSON, Roseville, Michigan 

A. A. Nursing 
KATHIE LYNN WOGENSTAHL, Fairfield. Ohio 

A. A. Nursing 



JUNE ANN WOODWARD, Danville 

A. A. Nursing 
BETTY KAY YATES, Maud 

A. A. Medical Records Technology 





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Students take advantage of fences and trees which pro- 
vide a handy place to secure bikes. 



Associate/STE-YAT 495 




Juniors: One Year Away From The Goal 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Holly Hart, vice president. Micky 
Mills, president. Cathy Shay, treasurer. 



498 |uniors/Class Officers 




DARYL ROBERT ABBOTT Wilmore 
JILL M. ABBOTT Cincinnati. Ohio 
JOSEPH TIPTON ABNEY Irvine 
WILLIAM MARION ABNEY Richmond 
BILL ADAMS Orlando. Florida 



CAROLYN CHANDLER ADAMS Richmond 

IONA L. ADAMS Detroit, Michigan 

STEPHEN M. ADAMS LouisviJIe 

KAMBIZADELI/ran 

STEVEN MICHAEL AGE Louisville 



DAVID S. AIKEN Sanford. Florida 
M. JEAN AKERS Elkhorn City 
RANDALL AKERS Elkhorn City 
JUDY JEAN ALEXANDER Danville 
KAREN ALLEN Lawenceburg 



PAMELA LEE ALLEN Wilmington. Ohio 
JOSEPH P. AMABILE Toms River. New Jersey 
CAROL LEE ANDERSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
CECILIA ANNELLO Springboro. Ohio 
NORMAN E. ARFLACK Henderson 



PAW \ \SBI \<\ Louisville 
BECKY ANN ATKINSON Lexington 
LAURA JANE AVERILL Lancaster. Ohio 
ANTHONY ALAN AYETTE Greenville, Ohio 
ANNE SHANNON BACON Danville 



DEBORAH ANN BADISHIAN Hasbrouck Heights. N.J. 
CARA M. BAGBY Covington 
BARBARA JEAN BAILEY Crab Orchard 
DENTSE ELAINE BAKER Laura. Ohio 
KATHLEEN BAKER Eminence 



LINDA K. BAKER Covington 
PATRICIA RAY BALSLEY Louisville 
BARBARA GAIL BARKER Forest Hi! 
JAMES L. BARLOW JR. Lexington 
JEANNA LORENE BARNARD Pikev, 



PATSY C. BARNES Irvine 

OBIE GORDON BATES Monticello 

VICKI LYNN BAYES Louisville 

STEPHEN LEE BEBAN Mt. Clemens. Michigan 

THERESA MARY BECKER Louisville 



Juniors/Abb-Bec 499 



Studying Often Means Writing 



JAMES FRANK BECKLER Lynch 
RICK ALLEN BEE Bethel, Ohio 
JOHN ANDREW BEGLEY Springfield 
ROSEMARY LOUISE BEGLEY Beattyviile 
DEBORAH JUHL BELLAMY CircJeviiie, Ohio 



DORINDA JEAN BELLAMY Circleville, Ohio 
MONA REICHENBACH BENDER Stanford 
DARRIS WAYNE BENNETT Russell Springs 
HERBERT S. BENNETT Rineyvilie 
LINDA SUE BENNETT Barbourviile 



SUSAN ANNETTE BENSON Owensboro 
STARR HAISS BERENBROICK Green Pond. N.J. 
PAUL LEWIS BERRIER Louisville 
DONNA L. BERRY Johnstown, Ohio 
ROBERT JOSEPH BERTRAND, JR. Fort Knox 



PATRICIA DEE BEST Knoxville. Tennessee 
NANCY JOAN BIBELHAUSEN Cincinnati, Ohio 
SANDRA LOUISE BINGGELI Erie, Pennsylvania 
HAROLD WAYNE BIRCHFIELD Irvine 
NANCY ELIZABETH BIRD Fort W'avne. Indiana 



CLAY MASSEY BISHOP Manchester 

DOUGLAS KEVIN BLACK Louisville 

JAMES F. BLAIR Bardstoivn 

PATTI A. BLANK Covington 

BARBARA JEAN BLANKENSHIP Nichoiasville 



LINDA BOGGS East Berndstadt 
THOMAS D. BOGGS Batesviiie, Indiana 
LESLIE KYLE BOOTH Corbin 
JANE ANN BORDERS Paintsville 
BARBARA LYNN BOTTOMS Perryvilie 



G TIMOTHY BOTTORFF Louisville 
KATHERINE S. BOWLIN Richmond 
CONNIE LYNN BOWLING Pikeviile 
CYNTHIA ANN BRANOM Sparta 
NANCY DIANE BRAUN Cincinnati, Ohio 



ELLEN LOUISE BRAUT1GAN Wapaltoneta, Ohio 
JOSEPH CLARK BREEZE Louisville 
ALVEN BRITE Cawood 
DON O. BROWN Anchorage 
CONSTANCE L. BROWN Springfield 




500 ]uniors/Bec-Bro 




Note taking is a tedious pari of studying, but one that 
pays dividends. 




JEANNIE BROWN Springfield 
JOSEPH WICKSTEAD BROWN Louisville 
SHARON LYNN BROWN Fort Thomas 
CATHERINE ANN BROWNING Lebanon 
WILLIAM SHERMAN BROWNING Harian 



GARY N. BUCHANAN Lexington 
VICKI MICHELLE BUCHANON Louisvi/Je 
MARY ALICE BUCKHOLZ Frankfort 
DEBRA CHARLENE BUNCH Mount Vernon 
VIVIAN H. BUNCH Monticello 



JANET. BURDETTE Lebanon 
MARY SLADE BURDETTE Lebanon 
MARY JO BURLAGE Fort Thomas 
JAMES F. BURNS Manchester 
CARLA JEAN BURRIS Cincinnati, Ohio 



BARBARA B. BURTON Monticeiio 

LINDA K. BUSSEY Parkersburg, West Virginia 

JOYCE CAROL BYRD Lexington 

DEVON CAIN Sand Gap 

EVERETT MARK CALDWELL Ashiand 



JAMES ELLIS CAMERON Hagerstoivn. Maryland 
RICHARD HENRY CAMPBELL. JR. York. Pennsylvania 
CATHRYN ANN CARMAN Russell 
CHRIS WILLIAM CARNEY Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 
KELLY RAY CARSON Richmond 



Juniors/Bro-Car 501 



STEVE ALEX CARSON Dayton. Ohio 
CHARLES MELVIN CARTER Versailles 
KAREN' LEE CARTER Lexington 
STEPHEN EARL CARTER Ash/and 
BOBBY EUGENE CARVER Richmond 



PHYLLIS GWENN CASE Cynthiana 
HAROLD LEE CASH Eu bank 
LINDA [ENNELL CASSITY Winchester 
DONALD WAYNE CAUSEY Paint Lick 
DAVID JAMES CECIL Louisville 



LINDA LOUISE CENTERS Williamsburg 
DENNIS WAYNE CHANEY Cincinnati. Ohio 
RONALD LYNN CHAPMAN Fort Campbell 
PHATANEE CHIARAVANOND Bangkok. Thailand 
LARRY T. CLARK Lancaster 



STEPHEN F. CLEMENTS Louisville 
PAMELA JEAN CLIFFORD Shelbyville 
SHELIA K. CLIFTON Ouenton 
PAMELA KAE CLOYD Lebanon 
SALLY LYNN COAPLEN Louisville 



RONALD KEITH COATNEY Harrodsburg 
MARILYN FAE COTTEN Louisville 
CAROL R. COLE Lexington 
PHILL. COLEY Columbia Station, Ohio 
JOHNNY M. COLLINS Richmond 



Mr. Phillip Harris prepares a sculpture display for one 
of his courses. 



502 luniors/Car-Col 




Faculty Preparation Improves Courses 




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USA PHELPS COLLINS Versailles 

DAVID W. COMBS Dry Ridge 

ORBIN B. COMBS Carrie 

STEPHEN COMBS Tyner 

COLLEEN M. CONNORS Jerrersontown 



GEORGE MICHAEL CONWAY Carrolllon 
INA ARLEE COOKSIE CoJumbia 
THOMAS R. COOMES Bardstown 
JOHN H. COOPER. JR. Georgetown 
|OYCE LYNN COOPER BelheJridge 



LINDA DAWN COOPER Chardon. Ohio 
SHARON LYNN COPPOCK Vandalia, Ohio 
DIXIE CORNETT Stanlon 
JANET ELAINE COX Nicholasville 
PATSY ADELE COX Berea 



STEVE E. COX Georgetown 
[AMES W. GRAFTON Milton 
BRENDA SUSAN CRAIG Frankfort 
PATRICK THOMAS CROSS Bromley 
MARCIA LEFA CROUT Germantown. Ohio 



WILLIAM SCOTT CULTON Fort Monroe. Virginia 
VIRENDA |EAN CUNNINGHAM Louisville 
LINDA G. CUPP London 

TOY ANNE CURD Nicholasville 
SANDRA LYNN CURRAN Cincinnati. Ohio 



DANIEL BOYD CUSTIS Lebanon. Ohio 
AGYEMAN BOAKYE DANQUAH West Africa 
TERRI SUSAN DAUGHERTY Brodhead 
MELISSA RUTH DAULTON Somerset 
DELORIS DEAN DAVIS Corbin 



LISA J. DAVIS Seymour. Indiana 
SYDNEY ELAINE DEAN Hiilsboro. Ohio 
KAY DENNISTON Campion 
JOYCE ANN DETTOR Covington 
VICKY CELESTE DEVINE Harrodsburg 



JOSEPH ROBERT DEWITT Hackettstown. New Jersey 
DIANE J. DIERKS Saginaw. Michigan 
CAROLINE M. DIERSING Louisville 
PETER LOUIS D1MAS Jamestown. New York 
DAVID ALAN DONALDSON Richmond 



[uniors/Col-Don 503 



Outdoor Studying Can Be More Pleasant 



DEBORAH ANNE DORSEL Fort Mitchell 
JANICE M. DOSS Wapakonela. Ohio 
JEAN ANN DOWNEY Lexington 
JUNEM. DUNKMAN Montgomery, Ohio 
DIANNE IOHANNE DUNLAP Cincinnati, Ohio 



CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL DUNN Louisvii 
JACKIE KAY DUNN Williamstown 
ED DUNSTALL Miami, Florida 
TERRI M. DURKIN Fort Mitchell 
MICHAEL CRAIG DYE Pikeville 



MICHAEL LYNN EARLEY Wilmington, Ohio 

LINDA LOU EARLYVVLNE, Carlisle 

SHEILA ELIZABETH EASTERDAY Seymour. Indiana 

MARILYN S. EBY Kettering. Ohio 

PATRICIA SUE ECKERT Neiv Athens, Illinois 



TILLIE BURTON EDDLEMAN Springfield 
KATHY LYNN EICHER Fort Thomas 
BARBARA ANN EISENMENGER Louisville 
MARILYN JEAN ELLIS Hustonviile 
ROBERT M. ELY Manchester 



LINDA ANN ENGLE Corbin 

REBECCA FRANCES ETHERINGTON Richmond 

NINA NEAL EVERMAN Clay City 

JOHN EDWARD EVERSOLE BooneviJIe 

ALICE ANN FAIN Hazard 



DELENNA R. FARMER Lebanon 
GARY JOHN FASSLER Fort Thomas 
DOMINIC MICHAEL FAVA Saint Catherine 
MARIANNE FAWLEY West Alexandria. Ohio 
HARRY BRUCE FEATHER Danville 



KENT DANIEL FENNELL Fort Thomas 
DEBBIE FINCEL Dayton. Ohm 
CAROLYN L. FINCH Lexington 
LYNDA K. FISCHER Cincinnati. Ohio 
STEVE FLAIRTY Alexandria 



JUDY ANN FOLEY Richmond 

STEVE ALLEN FOLEY Russell Springs 

SHEILA ANN FORD Annville 

GAYNELL FOREMAN Louisville 

JAMES LEIGH FORSYTHE Downingtown. Pa. 




51)4 Juniors/Dor-For 




TERESA LAND FOWLER Lexington 

DENNIS FRALEY Jackson 

DELMA |. FRANCIS Lancaster 

WILLIAM CARL FRICKE Columbia Station, Ohio 

HAROLD H. FRIEDLY. JR. Louisville 



VICKIE DIANE FRITZ Richmond 

PATTI (O FROST Carrollton 

RHONDA LAVONNE FRYMAN Cynthiana 

RICK FRYMAN Dayton. Ohio 

ROBERT ALLEN FRYMAN Cvnthiana 



BOBBY (AMES FUGATE Jackson 
BRENDA TINCHER FUGATE /ackson 
DEBORAH SUE FULKS Mien 
SHIRLEY ANN FULLER Emmalena 
SHARON GABBARD Frankfort 



MARY L. GAFFNEY Lancaster 

KAREN S. GALAMB Dayton, Ohio 

STEVEN CARL GALLENBECK Flint, Michigan 

JAN R. GANN PineWHe 

RAYMOND JOSEPH GANNON Ossining. .Yen York 



DIANA GAIL GARTIN Dayton, Ohio 
DANIEL LEE GASH South Portsmouth 
LINDA ANN GENTRY Lexington 
GREGORY A. GIBBS South Shore 
DAVID R. GIBSON Louisville 



David von Schlutter reads an assignment on one of the 
many campus benches. 



Juniors/Fow-Gib 505 



The Sigma Chi Derby is one of the fun-filled activities 
sponsored by student organizations. 



JOSEPH B. GIBSON' MonticeJJo 

LYNN CLARA GILLASPIE Winchester 

VIRGINIA DARLENE GILLILAND Freeburn 

GARY WAYNE GLAZE Pinevil/e 

CRAIG THOMAS GNADINGER Louisville 



PEGGY ELIZABETH GOLYER Woodbine 
CYNTHIA 1EANGOOD Westfield, New Jersey 
DONNA SUZANNE GOODIN Pineville 
WILLIAM MCKINLEY GOOTEE Berea 
SUSAN MARIE GREEN Saint Clairsville. Ohio 



ARTY PEARSON GREENE Lexington 
LAURA CATHERINE GREENWELL Louisvil 
GAIL EMILY GREGORY Covington 
LARRY |. GREGORY Versailles 
MARSHA G GRIDER Columbia 



GARY RICHARD GRIFFITH Sa\nt Clairsville. Ohio 
]OSE HOWELL GRINAGE Louisville 
PATRICIA ]ANE GROLLIG Bellevue 
REBECCA LYNN GRUBBS Hodgenville 
KENNETH RAY GULLETTE Lexington 



LYNN RAY GULLEY Sharpsburg 

GAIL YVONNE HACKER Wildcat 

)0 HACKETT London. Ohio 

DANNY WAYNE HACKWORTH Richmond 

RICHARD B. HAIL Somerset 




506 ]uniors/Gib-Hai 



Organizations Provide Chance For Recreation 




JAROl.D KIETH HALL Winchester 

DONNA K. HAMILTON Loretto 

JOHN WILSON HAMILTON Richmond 

ROBIN L. HAMILTON Berea 

SARAH NELL HAMILTON Shepherdsville 



JIMMIE RAY HAMMOND Taylorsville 
DAVID EARL HAMPTON Paris 
MIKE HANDLEY Hamilton, Ohio 
RICHARD RYAN HANNAN Berea 
CHARLES VERNON HANSFORD Somerse! 



DONNA OSBORNE HARRIS Wheelwright 
MARGARET JANE HARRIS Richmond 
BARBARA ). HARRISON Lancaster. Ohio 
HOLLISM. HARTBellevue 

DE \\\ \ SI E HASH South U il/iamson 



DEBORAH ANN HATFIELD Ransom 

IRVINE THOMAS HAWKINS. JR. Lawrenceburg 

DONNA LYNN HAY Louisville 

DEBORAH ANNETTE HAYDEN Nicholasville 

[EANIE HAZELWOOD Somerset 



GREG P. HEDGEBETH Hiilsboro, Ohio 
CAROLYN M. HEITZMAN TaJyor Mill 
MARK F. HENDERSON Irvington 
KAREN ELIZABETH HENDRICKSON Louisvii 
RONALD EUGENE HENDRIX London 



]AN HENRICH Westchester. Ohio 
PATRICIA ELLEN HENSON Middiesboro 
MARK W. HEPPLER Calhoun 
MARILYN JO HENDERSON Campbellsville 
[ANNIE M. HEWETSON Fort Thomas 



SHARON M. HEY Dayton. Ohio 
KAREN LEE HIGGINS Versai//es 
LEWIS M. HIGGINS Pinevilie 
ALICIA ANN HILBISH Columbus, Ohio 
BARBARA [EAN HILL Louisville 



JAMES DONALD HILLIKER Louisvi/Ie 
JANET FAYE HINTON Ashland 
IRVIN HENRY HOFFMAN Louisville 
DONNA LENE HOGG Roxana 
KATHY HOLE Louisville 



Juniors/Hal-Hol 507 



Classes Offer Learning By Doing 



PAULA H. HOLLERAN Georgetown 
ROBERT CHARLES HOLLIDAY Loveland, Ohio 
SCOTT A. HOLTEN Independence 
RONNIE W. HOLTKAMP Cleves, Ohio 
JOHNNY PAUL HOOPER Frankfort 



JAME ELIZABETH HOPPOUGH New Port Richey, Fla. 

BEVERLY JEAN HORSLEY Louisville 

DWIGHT SAMUEL HOSKINS Mount Vernon 

JAMES A. HOSKINS Richmond 

PAMELA GAY HOSKINS Sharonville, Ohio 



CHRIS HOWARD Frankfort 

E. MARSHALL HOWARD Manchester 

TIMOTHY PATRICK HUCKABY Maryvilie, 7 

MARK D. HUDSON Worthville 

GREGORY FARRELL HUDSPETH Frankfort 



KATHLEEN A. HUENEFELD Covington 
JEAN ANN HUFFMAN Kettering, Ohio 
JUDY ANN HULS Winchester 
MARY ELLEN HUME Jacksonville, Florida 
JANET LEN HUNT Mount Vernon 



JUDY CAROL HUNT Pikeville 

JOHNNIE M. HUNTER Louisville 

MARY LOUISE HUSTED Springfield, Ohio 

DAVID M. JACKSON Louisville 

SHANDRA KAYE JACKSON Birmingham. Alabama 



SUSAN ELAINE JACOBS Chagrin Falls, Ohio 
MERRY JILL JEFFRIES Williamsburg 
VICKIE FRANCES JENNINGS Sheibyville 
MARTHA SUE JENSEN Waddy 
HELEN JOHNSON Booneville 



WORLEY JOHNSON Columbus, Ohio 
CATHERINE C. JONES Tiffin. Ohio 
DAVID E. JONES Lexington 
FREEDA GAY JONES Corbin 
SHIRLEY ANN JONES Covington 



RANDY L. JUNGKURTH Gahanna, Ohio 
CHARLENE JUSTICE Martin 
CONNIE J. KANE Flemingsburg 
MARY HELEN KARR Louisville 
NANCY CAROL KAUFMAN Louisville 



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Nancy Boggs and Calhy Carman work on flower ar- 
rangements in ornamental horticulture. 




CONNIE SUE KAYS Springfield 
DANIEL THOMAS KAYS Lawrenceburg 
PHILLIP W. KEARNS Lexington 
PAMELA K. KEELING Bardstown 
DEBRA ANN KEES Fort Wright 



DANIEL F. KELLY Ashland 
VIVIAN IRENE KELTO Dayton. Ohio 
KAREN KEMBLE Louisville 
FRANCES FOREE KENNEDY Winchester 
CLARENCE SCOTT KEY Louisville 



LINDA F. KIBBEY Vanceburg 
GLORIA [EAN KIDD Wayland 
BILLYE KILLMAN Hartford 
JOSEPH C. KING Mount Sterling 
KATHLEEN E. KING Erlanger 



VINADA M. KING Irvine 

TONY T. KIRBY Elizabethtown 

KEME. KIRK Lexington 

LUANN KLINE Sharon, Wisconsin 

SUSAN HOWARD KNIFLEY Campbellsville 



MARIETTA KNUEHL Melbourne 
DAVE M. KOENINGER Woodlaivn 
MARGARET E. KOPP Dayton. Ohio 
DARLENE GAY KIRCHHEINER Cincinnati. Ohio 
DANIEL W. KRUEGER Cresent Springs 



Juniors/Kay-Kru 50 



Students hurry to class along the Powell Building ter- 
race. 



WANDA KAY KUPEL Hamilton. Ohio 

MARK E. KUPPER Louisville 

RHONDA FAE LAFOLLETTE Morning View 

BETH ANN LAMKIN Somerset 

DWIGHT LEE LANCASTER Keene 



KAREN A. LANE Louisville 

JUDITH M. LANG Columbus. Ohio 

DEBI ANN LANGDON Loveland. Ohio 

SYLVIA LANGDON Manchester 

JAMIE LOUISE LANGSTAFF Kingsport. Tennessee 



VIVIAN L. LANKHEIT Florence 
MICHAEL E. LARKINS Louisville 
SALLY JOYCE LATO Middletovvn. Ohio 
CHEK BALDWIN LAU Hong Kong 
TERESA W. LAWSON Pikeville 



LOIS ANN LAY Walton 
JOHN S. LEACH West Prestonsburg 
JEAN KAYE LECOMPTE Shelbyville 
SUSAN MARGUERITE LEE Fort Wright 
ADRIENNE LENNART Louisville 



SUSAN C. LINNENKOHL Dayton. Ohio 
LEROY LIPPS Danville 
MELODY ANN LITTREL Henderson 
JOHN WOODROW LOCK Barbourville 
YVETTE LOMAX Louisville 




510 Juniors/Kup-Lom 



Class Changes Bring Students Out Hourly 




BECKY KAY LOSH Mason. Ohio 
ROGER DOYLE LUTZ Circlevilie, Ohio 
GEORGIA KAY LYNCH Radcliff 
MICHAEL JOSEPH LYNCH Louisville 
EVELYN SUE MADDEN Clav City 



LYNN A. MALEY Springfield. Ohio 

NITA CAROL MALCOMB Whealley 

DANIEL GEORGE MALONEY Yonkers. New York 

JOSEPH THOMAS MANNING Frankfort 

DARYL D. MARCUM Brandenburg 



MARTHA LOIS MARCUM Paint Lick 
ROBYN A. MARINELLI London, Ohio 
MIRIAM C. MARLIN Fairborn. Ohio 
THOMAS KEVIN MARSHALL Louisville 
CATHY ALLENE MARTIN Richmond 



HOY LYNETTE MARTIN Lexington 

SHERYL S. MARTIN Covington 

TERESA ANN MARTIN Drift 

GAYLE E. MASON Louisville 

RITA GAIL MATTINGLY Lebanon Junction 



LYNN J. MAURER Orlando, Florida 

TIMOTHY D. MAY Martin 

SHEILA GAIL MAYNARD Radcliff 

NEESIA RENE MCCANE Berlin 

JANICE CRETOLA MCCORD Petersburg, Virginia 



ALICE ANN MCCRACKEN Pineville 
ROBERT ALBERT MCCROSKEY Richmond 
ALLEN WALKER MCDAVITT Eiizabethtown 
WILLIAM D. MCELROY, JR. Richmond 
NANCY JANE MCKENNEY Richmond 



GENIENE EILEEN MCKINLEY Covington 
TERESA M. MCKINNEY Louisville 
DEBBIE N. MCMILLAN Ravenna 
DALE LEE MCNEELY Ashland 
MICHAEL H. MCPEEK Radcliff 



ROBERT P. MCWILLIAMSLawrenceburg 
VICKI LEE MCWHORTER Hamilton, Ohio 
CHARLES C. MEADE, JR. Catlettsburg 
WANDA D. MEDLIN Gray 
GRALIN REESE MENIFEE Winchester 



Juniors/Los-Men 511 



EKU Takes Energy-Saving Steps 



PATRICIA JEAN MERRITT Winchester 
MARGARET R. MERSMANN Lima, Ohio 
MELODY J. MIDDLETON Mason, Ohio 
STEVEN D. MIDDLETON Dayton, Ohio 
ANN CLAYTON MILBURN Springfield 



SKEETER MILBURN Louisville 
CAROL |. MILLER Kettering, Ohio 
CHARLES E. MILLER London 
JON PATRICK MILLER Gratis. Ohio 
KATHY JEAN MILLER Richmond 



MARCIA D. MILLER Louisville 

DAVID NEWT MIRACLE Spring boro, Ohio 

KAREN KAY MIRACLE Middlesboro 

TOMMIE LOU MIRACLE Harian 

DEBRA PATRICIA MONAGHAN Bardstoivn 



JUDITH A. MONROE Dayton, Ohio 
WANDA SUE MONTGOMERY Cumberland 
SANDRA KAY MOORE Falmouth 
SHARON MARIE MOORE Easton, Ohio 
BILLY ROY MORGAN Hvden 



CARL MATTISON MORGAN Busy 
VENITA CAROL MORGAN Hyden 
CARLOS ALONSO MORENO Pineviile 
DIANE MORRIS Richmond 
SUZANNE MORRIS Harrodsburg 



MARCIA ANN MOSCINSKI Niies. Illinois 
BECKY MOSER Frankfort 
MARCIA BLANCHE MOSER Richmond 
BRENDA M. MOSS Harrodsburg 
CANDY MOUNTJOY Lawrenceburg 



PAMELA ELIZABETH MULLEN Louisville 
LINDA CATHERINE MULLIKIN Florence 
MAURICE OWEN MULLOG Butler 
SALLY )EAN MUNSON Lakewood. New York 
DONALD F. MUSNOFF Richmond 



BETTY GURGE MYERS Louisville 
SCOTT D. MYERS Pitsburg, Ohio 
STEVEN ]. NALBONE /amestown. New York 
FRED JERRY NANTZ Helton 
WILLIAM JESSEE NEAT Columbia 




512 Juniors/Mer-Nea 




WILLIAM K. NELSON. )R. Marion, Indiana 
DEBBIE NEWMAN Versailles 
REBECCA SUE NEWSOME Louisville 
GARY D. NEWTON Irvine 
PAMELA NICHOLSON Lebanon /unclion 



DAN DOUGLAS NICOLET Lima. Ohio 
|ILLL. NOBLE Beverly 
LINDA IONA NOEL Waverly, Ohio 
NANCY MARGARET NOLAND Irvine 
SANDRA LOUISE NORENBERG Louisville 



SALLY RAE NORTON Rocky River. Ohio 
THOMAS NOLAN NORVELL Corbin 
FRANKIE L. NUNN Crab Orchard 
JOHN W. DAVIS O'BRIEN Charlestons. W. Va. 
CANDY M. ODIERNA Stamford. Connelicul 



KATIE M. O'DONNELL Covington 
MARY FARRAND O'NAN Springfield 
JEANNE LOUISE OLSEN Lexington 
DONNA ELIZABETH ORMAN Louisvii 
KAREN DENISE ORMES Louisville 



LEONARD S. OSBORNE. JR. Cincinnati, Ohio 
KIM RENEE OSLAND Daylon. Ohio 
DEBORAH OSTWALT Louisville 
JANE LEE OTTEN Frankfort 
RONNIE K. OWENS Monticeilo 



The Keen Johnson Building Clock Tower is lighted 
only by moonlight as decorative lights all over campus 
were turned off to conserve energy. 



Juniors/Nel-Owe 513 



Drafting demands meticulous work from students. 




STEPHEN' EDWARD OWEN'S Manchester 
WILLIAM RICHARD OWIN'GS Dayton 
KENNETH G. PALEN Dayton, Ohio 
JAMES RAY PALM Alexandria 
DALE MARIE PARRISH Louisville 



LARRY LEE PATRICK Lexington 
SCOVA LEEGIN'A PATRUM Lexington 
JOSEPH OWEN PAYNE Elmwood Place. Ohio 
GLENDA FAYE PEARMAN Dayton. Ohio 
JOYCE E. PELTIER Troy, Oh;o 



STEPHANY LYNN PENA Valley Station 

STEVE B. PENCE Louisville 

LLOYD WAYNE PENISTON Lacie 

PAMELA PARRISH PENNINGTON Bowling Green 

FRED A. PERKINS Louisville 



DEBORAH KAREN PERRY SheibyviJIe 
PATRICIA CAROL PERRY Lexington 
SAMUEL L. PETERS Miami. Florida 
ESTHER JOYCE PETERSON Pineville 
ROBERT WAYNE PETERSON Vallev Station 



MICHAEL E. PHELPS Columbia 
DINO WESLEY PHILLIPS Danville 
WILLIAM R. PICKETT Harrodsburg 
LAWRENCE C. PIERCY Dayton, Ohio 
SHARRON M. PINKSTON Bloomfieid 




514 Juniors/Owe-Pin 



Classes Teach To Work For Perfection 




VIVIAN FAYE POINDEXTER Nicholasville 
SHEL1A GALE PORTER Mount Washington 
ROBERTA FAYE PRATHER Cynlhiana 
CAROL BETH PULLIAM Bloomfield 
STEPHEN CARTER PUSH Lexington 



PATREICIA ANN PUTTY Cynlhiana 
SALLY SUSAN QUEEN Georgetown 
DANIEL L. QUIGG Livermore 
NADA CAROL QUILLEN Waco 
MARTHA LOUISE QUINN Nicholasvifle 



EDDIE L. QUIRE Frankfort 

PAUL DANA RABUZZI Jeffersontown 

L. MICHAEL RANEYLouisviJIe 

CAROLYN LOUISE RATLEDGE Marion, N. C. 

WILLIAM |EFFERY RATLIFF Alien 



MICHAEL STEVEN RAY Fairfield. Ohio 
RICHARD DANIEL RAY Lancaster 
NAOMI JEAN RECTOR Winchester 
[OELLEN REED Winchester 
BEVERLY JUNE REYNOLDS Booneville 



RYAN GREGORY REYNOLDS Lexington 
LINDA JOYCE REYNOLDS Manchester 
HELEN MARIE RECE Louisville 
VERNA CAROL RICHARDSON Cincinnati 
TERRILL ROYCE RIDDLE /efferstontown 



RICHARD DOLAN RIDER. JR. Warsaw 
DANIEL C.RILEY Irvine 
M. KEVIN RIPPERDAN Brandenburg 
DAVID TURNER RITCHIE Cynlhiana 
MARNEY DEE RITCHIE North Bend, Ohio 



DORIS ANN ROACH Edmonton 
KATHRYN JO ROACH Hamilton, Ohio 
IRENE L. ROARK Radciiff 
MARY POSEY ROARK Owensboro 
SHIRLEY SUE ROBERTS Worthington, Ohio 



JOHN LESLIE ROBERTSON Lawrenceburg 
MELISSA BETH ROBERTSON Lebanon 
DABRA P. ROBINSON Kettering. Ohio 
FRED SILVANUS ROBINSON Orlando 
MICHAEL DAVID ROBINSON Prestonsburg 



Juniors/Poi-Rob 515 



Ag. Students Study Live Stock Handling 



RITA G. ROBINSON Manchester 
DAVID N. RODGERS CarroUfon 
CARL L. ROGERS Louisville 
LAURA K. C. ROLLER Danville 
PATRICIA ]ANE ROSEBERRY Louisville 



MARY F. ROSS Louisville 
STEPHEN D. ROWLAND Xenia. Ohio 
MARTHA ANNE ROWLETTE Richmond 
WILLIAM DOUGLAS ROYALTY Burgin 
JOSEPH DENNIS RUHL Simpsonville 



MARGARET P. RUSH Richmond 
MARILYN LUCILLE RUSSELL Springfield 
GARRY ANDREW SABAD Dayton. Ohio 
JUNE ANN SACKETT Somerset 
AMY JOYNER SADLER Pans 



MICHAEL ERIC SANDERS Louisville 
BRENDA KAY SANDLIN Morris Fork 
MARK STEVEN SANDS Parkersburg 
STEPHANIE LYNN SANFORD Dayton. Ohio 
TINA LEIGH SCENT Ft. Thomas 



BOBBIE JO SCHNEIDER Louisville 
DEBBIE ANN SCHOCK Cincinnati. Ohio 
[EAN SINGLEY SCHUBERT /effersontoivn 
TERRY LEE SCHULTE Ft. Wright 
SUSAN LEE SCOTT Trov. Ohio 



SUSAN W. SCOTT Winchester 

VICKI RAE SCOTT Brodhead 

TERESA KAY SCUTCHFIELD Prestonsburg 

CHRIS BRENT SEAMAN Springfield 

JAMES EDWARD SEARLE Elizabethtoivn 



KATHY SEARS London 

STEPHEN W. SEITHERS West Union. Ohio 

CATHY LYNN SHAY Newport 

PEGGY ANN SHEARIN Bradfordsville 

VIVIAN SHERMAN London 



EUGENE THOMAS SHERRARD Louisville 
VIRGINIA TEMPLE SHERROD Lexington 
TERRY LEE SHULL Wiiliamstoum 
ROBERT ALAN SIEBEL Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
1ULIA ANN SIMS Athertonville 




516 Juniors/Rob-Sim 




Julian Wall and Wayne York cooperate to put an iden- 
tifying notch in the ear of a calf born at the dairy 

Cl'llh'l 




WILLIAM EARL SIMKINS Harrodsburg 
T. MARK SIMS Ownsboro 
DIANE JOY SINGLETON Somerset 
MARQUETTA SIZEMORE Manchester 
KATHY S. SKIDMORE Lexington 



KENNETH RAY SLONE Stambaugh 
DEBORAH SUZANNE SLUSHER Middlesboro 
LINDA D. SMALL W'arfield 
ANTHONY GENE SMITH Somerset 
DAVID STANLEY SMITH Independence 



DEBORAH C. SMITH Carrollton 
DEBORAH LEE SMITH Ft. Thomas 
DIANNE R. SMITH Chicago, Illinois 
GUY STEPHEN SMITH. JR. Lexington 
JERRI LYNN SMITH Mt. Vernon 



MARY BETH SMITH Louisville 
PAMELA SMITH Raywick 
PATRICIA ANNETTE SMITH Sheibyvifle 
RICHARD JUSTICE SMITH Waverfy. Ohio 
TONI RENEE SMITH Louisville 



VICKIE LYNN SMITH Mt. Vernon 
VIRGINIA L. SMITH Corbin 
DAVID WILLIAM SOMMERKAMP Park Hills 
LARRY NEIL SPECK Lebanon. Pennsylvania 
MONTE RAY SPENILLA Coeburn. Virginia 



Juniors/Sim-Spe 517 



RICHARD FRANCIS SPI T ' 2 Sayreville, New jersey 
MADONNA LYNN SPR/.: .LIN Pikeville 
GAYLE ELIZABETH SPRAUL Cincinnati. Ohio 
JANET ELAINE STACY Cincinnati. Ohio 
VICKY S. STAMM Wallingford 



JOHN NICHOLAS STANSBURY Louisville 
PATRICIA JEANNE STANSBURY LouisvilJe 
ALICE JEAN STAVITSKI Charlottesville, Virginia 
JOSEPH EDWARD STEIER LouisvilJe 
SHARON ANN STEPHENS Russell Springs 



SUE J. STERNEBERG Covington 
GEORGE H. STEWARD. JR. Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICKI BUIS STEWART Somerset 
KAREN DENISE STIVERS Shelbyville 
CHERYL IRENE STRANGE Covington 



CRAIG E. STRATTON Lawrenceburg 

DANIEL PEMBERTON STRATTON Pikeville 

DAVID C. STRATTON Pikeville 

TERRY ANN STROUP Spencer, Ohio 

PATTY LYNN STURGILL Big Stone Gap. Virginia 



CAROLYN A. SUIT Oxford, Ohio 

DAVE SULLIVAN McCarr 

JIMMY WAYNE SUMPTER Mt. Holly. North Carolina 

BETTY LOU SUTTLES Grayson 

JAMES ANTHONY SWENCKI Lebanon 



Lively action characterizes the Temptations Alumni 
Coliseum performance. 




518 Juniors/Spi-Swe 



Alumni Coliseum Rocks With Concerts 




BARBARA LYNN SWAIN Danville 
JERRY TACKETT MeJvin 
LAUADA ANN T ALLEY Magnolia 
JEANNE MARIE TARULLO Louisville 
KATHERINE E. TAYLOR Sidney 



TERESA ANN TAYLOR Frankfort. Ohio 
KAREN GAYE THARP Jackson 
JOHN A. THOMPSON Nicho/asviiie 
LAQUITA ANN THORNBERRY Slone 
DAVID HARTTIMMER Mansfield. Ohio 



LINDA RAE TINCHER Frankfort 
JACKIE RHEA TINGLE Carrollton 
JOHN W. TJANDRA Indonesia 
BRENDA LEE TODD Carrollton 
CORDELL W. TOLLIVER Richmond 



BARBARA J. TOMBLIN Lexington 

LOGAN RAY TOWERY Berea 

CALVIN M. TOWNSEND Lexington 

PATTI ANNE TREADWAY Elizabethton. Tennessee 

JANE ELLEN TRITSCHLER Brandenburg 



DIXIE LEE TRUBA Hazel Park. Michigan 

GERARD TSANG Hong Kong 

KATHRYN MELINDA TUGGLE Harrodsburg 

NATTA TULARUX Thailand 

LINDA SUE TURNER Frankfort 



ORLANDO M. TURNER Louisville 
WILLIAM CRAIG TURNER Fraser, Michigan 
MICHAEL ANDERSON TUTTLE Irvine 
CONSTANCE MARIE URLAGE Ft. Thomas 
VICTOR BLANDING UTTINGER Lexington 



MARY ELIZABETH VanARSDALL Yardiey. Pa. 
MICHAEL ALAN VanARSDALL Burgin 
DIANA LYNN VanBIBBER South Shore 
ROBERT WILLIAM VANCE Pleasureville 
JULIE LYNNE VANDERHORST Berea 



DIANA LAYNE VARNER Cynthiana 
CARLA ANN VAUGHN Middlesboro 
JACQUELINE F. VERST Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROSANN FRANCES VIEL Highland Heights 
RICHARD DAVID VINCENT Shively 



[uniors/Swa-Vin 519 



Stan Kenton Brings 'Big Band Sound' 



ELIZABETH ANN WADDLE Somerset 
DEBRA CAROLE WADE Russell Springs 
LESLIE A. WALKER Louisville 
|ULIA BOLIDE WALLIN Brooksville 
VIRGINIA WALLS Louisville 



LEO W. WALTERS Woodbine 
MICHAEL K. WARD Versailles 
MICHAEL L. WARDFORD Louisville 
EUGENE ELLIOTT WARNER Danville 
LARRY W. WARREN Pineville 



KENNETH EARL WARTSCHLAGER Louisville 
HAZEL EARLENE WATKINS London 
JENNIFER LYNN WATKINS Pleasureville 
ROBERTA. WATKINS Jeffersonville, Indiana 
TERRY LEE WATKINS Somersei 



LANA JOYCE WATSON Liberty 
SUSAN NELLENE WATTS Allen 
DEBORAH L. WAY Carrollton 
DEBORAH XL WEBB Perryville 
MARY LAUREL WEINFURTNER Ashland 



CARL WELLS. JR. Stanton 
LORETTA ANN WESELY Boise, Idaho 
HARRY JOSEPH WEST Lima. Ohio 
VIOLET FAYE WEST Richmond 
|OHN B. WESTERFIELD Louisville 



ROBERT ALAN WHEELER Northfield. New Jersey 
MARGARET ANN WHELAN Kettering, Ohio 
DEAN LAZELLE WHITAKER Richmond 
PATRICIA ANN WHITAKER West Liberty 
RICHARD JAY WHITAKER Waynesvifie. Ohio 



GEORGIA SUE WHITE Jackson 
HAL ROBERT WHITE Dayton, Ohio 
MICKI N. WHITE Burlington 
LARRY W. WHITLEY Covington 
LEROY WIAFE-ABABIO Ghana 



ANNA MARIA WHILDER Danville 
PATRICIA SUE WILDER Cubbage 
JOE A. WILKERSON Lebanon 
CAROL DEVORIA WILLIAMS Lexington 
GARY W. WILLIAMS Louisville 




520 Juniors/Wad-Wil 




JUDITH LYNN WILLIAMS Barbourvilie 
LOREN M. WILLIAMS Clawson, Michigan 
SANDRA ANN WILLIAMS Cincinnati. Ohio 
THERESA LYNN WILLIAMS Dayton. Ohio 
JOY E. WILLIS Milton 



DEBORAH ANN WILSON Louisville 

MARY ALICE WILSON Bradfordsville 

ANN ELIZABETH WINGERT Somers Point, N. J. 

GERI SUSAN WISE Frankfort 

KATHY ELAINE WITT McK'ee 



LOIS JANE WITT Irvine 
MARY JANE WITT Winchester 
MARTHA FA YE WOODRUM Louisville 
HOBART WOODS. JR. Manchester 
DONALD WRIGHT Florence 



LARRY RAY WRIGHT Sadieville 

TIMOTHY R. WYLIE Somerville, New Jersey 

WAI MING YUEN Hong Kong 

JOY L. ZANONE Louisville 

ROY BRUCE ZIEMANN Richmond 




Members of the Stan Kenton Orchestra play the "big band sound" in a Hiram Brock Auditorium concert. 



[uniors/Wil-Zie 521 




Sophomores Work To Revise Class By-Laws 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Vicki Linz, treasurer; Debbie 
Troutman. vice president; Kathy Holthaus. secretary; David Chas- 
teen. president. 



Sophomores came back to Eastern con- 
fronted with an important year. New of- 
ficers were elected in October, and they 
began at once to revise the old constitutional 
by-laws of the class. Preparing themselves 
for their remaining years in college, the 
class worked hard to establish a stronger 
foundation for their education. 



522 Sophomores/Class Officers 




JOSEPi I FRANCIS ABELL Lebanon 
DIANNA LYNNE ABERNATHY Alexandria 
WILLIAM ANTHONY ABERNATHY Louisville 
ASA DARRYL ABNER Stanton 
RICHARD G. ABNER Stanton 



ROBERT TERENCE ADAIR Louisville 
JAMES L. ADAMS Clay City 
JORECIA ADAMS Sassafras 
MARY VIRGINIA ADAMS Winchester 
WILLIAM EDWARD ADAMS Shelbvville 



BRENDA LYNN ADAMS! )N CJeves, Ohio 

JAMES ADKINSflusseil 

MARGARET AVA AIKEN Sanforci. Florida 

ELIZABETH ALLEN Kettering, Ohio 

JO ETTA ALLEN Paris 



LARRY GENE ALLISON Frankfort 
HILDEGARD ANNA ALTHOFF West Germam 
MARTHA ELIZABETH AMBROSE Lexington 
NANCY PEARL ANDERSON Glencoe 
SHIRLENE ANDERSON Frankfort 



JAMES GEORGE AUSLEY Kenton, Ohio 
TERESA ANN APPLEGATE Sidney. Ohio 
MEHDI ARABZADEGAN Iran 
BETSY MORAN ARBUCKLE Richmond 
DOUG E. ARNOLD Springfield. Ohio 



LINDA M. ARNOLD Frankfort 

SCOTT KENNETH ARNOLD Sidney. Ohio 

K1MBERLY HOPE ASHBY Germantoun. Ohio 

JULIE DIMPLES ASHER Louisville 

SITHI ASSANUVAT Thailand 



KATHY ANN ATHA Frankfort 

CAROLE JANE AUGUSTINE Lancaster. Ohio 

LYNN ELLA BACHMANN Cincinnati. Ohio 

GARY WAYNE BACK Louisville 

STEVEN RAY BAILES Louisville 



KAREN LESLIE BAILEY Shelbvville 
PAULA GAIL BAILEY Wheelwright 
BEVIE J. BAKER Louisville 
FRED BAKER Manchester 
GARY LEE BAKER Newport 



Sophomores/Abe-Bak 523 



Many Take Advantage Of Work Opportunity 



MAURICE VV. BAKER Richmond 
WINIFRED ANNE BAKER Baxter 
SANDRA A. BALL Miamisburg. Ohio 
JANICE CALDWELL BALLARD Lexington 
WILLIAM HONLEY BALMOS Cincinnati. Ohio 



JUDITH ANN BALSAR Cleves, Ohio 
TYNE B. BARDWELL Hopkinsville 
ELSPETH MURIEL BARN Corbin 
DARLENE BARNES Frankfort 
JUDY GAIL BARNES Richmond 



FRED DEAN BARNOTT Lexington 
JOHN WILLIAM BARROW LouisviJie 
KIMBERLY ANN BARTH Cincinnati, Ohio 
STEPHEN CRAIG BASSLER Louisville 
MARVIN MICHAEL BASTIN Stanford 



WILLIAM S. BASTIN Lexington 
MARGARET ELIZABETH BAUSCH Lexington 
TOXSELARA BAXTER Fleming 
BRENDA KAY BEACH Dayton. Ohio 
RICHARD BEACH Felicity. Ohio 



DEBORAH A. BEAM West Milton, Ohio 
KATHLEEN ANN BEASTON Lexington 
SUSI JANE BECK Norvvalk. Ohio 
WILLIAM SIPES BELL Crestivood 
GAYLE ANN BENSING Louisville 



BRENDA J. BENTON Louisville 
GEORGIETTA LEE BERRY Lebanon 
ANITA LOUISE BERTRAND Moulh Card 
LONNIE E. BETTLE Chilo, Ohio 
MARY ALANE BIEHN Falmouth 



JANET MARIE BIELEFELD Louisville 
MICHAEL RODNEY BILLITER Lawrenceburg 
LINDA K.BINAEI Morganfield 
SARAH FRANCES BIRD Pineville 
MARY SUSAN BISCEGLIA Middlesboro 



DANIEL G. BISIG Louisville 

JERRY WAYNE BLACK Springfield 

KATHY JO BLACK La Grange 

MARY ANN BLACKBURN Manchester 

WINONA REGINA BLACKBURN Hazard 




524 Sophomores/Bak-Bla 




A student worker finds an easy way to staple papers. 



SARA ELIZABETH BLAKE Louisville 

ANN CAROL BLAKELY Corinth 

PAGE CAROLE BLANKENSHIP Richmond. Virginia 

WILLIAM MICHAEL BLANTON Barneltscreek 

JOYCE ANNETTE BLAYLOCK Richmond 



EMILY ALICE BLEVINS Monlicello 
MARY LEE BLOOMER Kettering. Ohio 
KAREN LEE BOARDMAN Richmond 
ELIZABETH ANN BOGGS Maioneton 
ALLAN WAYNE BOIANLt ington 



DEBORAH ANN BOLAND Cynthiana 
ELIZABETH BLAKE BOLTON CatJettsburg 
SHERI A. BOOHER Englewood. Ohio 
ELIZABETH BLAIR BOTTOM Harrodsburg 
MARY [ACQUELIN BOWLES Campbeiisvilie 



BILLY BOWLING. JR. Richmond 
BARBARA ANN BOWMAN Lexington 
RUBY ]. BOYD Great Bend. Kansas 
PHIL N. BRADBURY Inez 
VICKI MARIE BRAKE Ash/and 



JAY ALLAN BRESSERT Cincinnati. Ohio 
DARRELL GENE BREWER Irvine 
WILLIAM DENV1L BREWER Irvine 
SUSAN M. BRINEY Bardstoun 
IOHN D. BRODT West Union. Ohio 



Sophomores/Bla-Bro 525 



CARL BROWN' Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANNY STEVEN BROWN Ash/and 
FREDA KAY BROWN Whitesburg 
|OYCE ANNE BROWN Lexington 
LENITA ANNE BROWN Cvnthiana 



PAMELA GAY BROWN Albany 
DEBORAH KAYE BROWNING Harlan 
|ANA GRACE BROWNING Falmouth 
MARY LYNN BROWNING Lebanon 
LAWRENCE LEE BRUCE Mason 



CATHY ANN BRUMBAUGH Englen'ood. Ohio 
BEVERLY ANN BRUMETT Waynesburg 
STEVE G. BRYANT Berea 
MICHAEL ALLAN BUCKNAM Richmond 
DAVID T. BUGG Harrodsburg 



ROYCE NEIL BUGG Pans 
SHELIA JEAN BUMGARDNER Campion 
DONN DARRELL BUNCE Lebanon, Ohio 
DEBORAH KAYE BURRIS Mt. Washington 
IOHN LEE BURTON Louisville 



CANDYMARIA BUSH Pleasureville 
ROGER D. BUSSELL Pleasure Ridge Park 
CHARLOTTE GAYLE BUTLER Tompkinsville 
MARTIN J. CAHILL Petersburg 
DEBRA KAY CALDWELL Lebanon 





Paul Mullins catches up on his studies after a quick lunch in the grill. 



526 Sophomores/Bro-Cal 



Everywhere You Look — Studying 




MARTHA ROSE CALLAHAN Roseviile. Michigan 
JUDY ESTELL CALVERT Louisville 
LOIS RENA CAMERON Ml. Vernon 
ANNE CLAIRE CAMPBELL But/er 
BETTY JEAN CAMPBELL Campion 



KENNETH ALLEN CAMPBELL Falmouth 
JENNIFER A. CANNON Xenia. Ohio 
SUZANNE E. CARDER Campbeilsburg 
OAKLEY CARMACK Pineviile 
PAMELA KAYE CARMAN Bybee 



DEBORAH K. CARMICLE Liberty 
EMILY W. CARPENTER Lexington 
DEBORAH ANN CARR Alexandria 
IANE.CARR Richmond 
HELEN RITA CARRICO Springfield 



JAMES R. CARROLL Massapequa. Neiv York 
GLORIA SUE CARTER Elizabeihtoun 
HELEN ELIZABETH CARTER Richmond 
LOIS A. CAUDILL Fern Creek 
RHONDA CHERYL CAUDILL Whitesburg 



MICHAEL LINDSAY CAULK Louisville 
MARY CECIL New Haven 
R ICK C. CH ADVVELL London 
JOY LEE CHAMBERS Winchester 
DUANA LEE CHARLES Findlav, Ohio 



DAVID CHASTEEN Cynthianu 
LINDA FAYE CHESNUT Williamsburg 
ANN LOUISE CHEUVRONT Winchester 
SHERRY LOIS CHILDRESS Cave City 
CAROL JEAN CHRISTIAN Lancaster, Ohio 



SHARON KAY CHRISTIAN Paris 
MARTHA ALIS CHRISTOPHER Irvine 
MICHAEL JAMES CLARE Louisville 
BRENDA JOYCE CLARK Lynch 
CLIFFORD THOMAS CLARK Cincinnati, Ohio 



JACKIE CLEVENGER Grayson 
FREDA JO CLEVINGER Breaks. Virginia 
PEGGY J. CLICK Richmond 
ROBERT LEE CLICK Ashland 
CARYH. CLINE Augusta 



Sophomores/Cal-Cli 527 



Group Studying Makes It Easier 



KAREN LYNN CLOYD London 
MARINELL COBB Maysville 
REBECCA LAYNE CODY Amburgey 
MARY LOU COLE Prospect 
CONDA LEE COLEMAN Elkhorn Citv 



VERNON COLLETT. JR. Essie 
PAUL RANDALL COLLINS Sassafras 
VALERIE COLLINS Winchester 
DALE SWARTZ COMBS Nicholasville 
DONNA ANN COMBS Dry Ridge 



LYNN TERESSA CONRAD Cincinnati. Ohio 
AMY CONSTANCE COOK London 
BETTY JO COOK Cvnthiana 
PATRICIA DIANE COOPER Raceland 
TERRY WAYNE COOPER Monticello 



JAMES RONALD CORBETT Bardstaivn 
MARILYN LOUISE CORNETT Whitesburg 
GEORGINA LOUISE CORSON Ocean City, N. J. 
BILLIE JANE COTTON Richmond 
NANCY ESTELLEE COTTON Richmond 



JOANNA COUCH Saui 

BECKY LYNN COUCHOTEnglewood. Ohio 

JONELL COULTER Danville 

DARRELL WILLIAM COVINGTON Creslivood 

DENNA FAITH COX Richmond 



JANICE FAYE COX Pineiilie 

KATHIE JO COX Richmond 

PAULA RAE COX Frankfort 

VICKI LYNN CRADDOCK Shepherdsvi'IJe 

CONNIE CRASK Lawrenceburg 



MARY ELLEN CRIGLER Shepherdsville 
TERRY LANE CUMMINGS Louisvii/e 
RODERICK BRIAN CUMMINS Laura. Ohio 
KAREN ELAIN CURRY Columbia 
ROMONA L. CURTIS Louisriiie 



JOHN BENNETT Lexington 
TONDALEYO DAVIDSON Bowling Green 
DONNA FAYE DAVIS Port Royal 
KIMBERLY ANN DAVIS Ft. Mitchell 
REBECCA LEE DAVIS Cincinnati. Ohio 




528 Sophomores/Clo-Dav 




TERRY LYNN DAVIS Irvine 

VIRGINIA GAYLE DAVIS Springfield 

CONNIE SUE DAWSON Stanford 

JANET RUTH DAWSON Owensboro 

NANCY LYNNE DENLINGER New Lebanon. Ohio 



MICHAEL LEE DENNIS Grundy, Virginia 
CONNIE MARIE DENT Beaver. Ohio 
SARAH E. DEROSSETTPreslonsburg 
THOMAS PATRICK DEVINE Louisville 
SANDRA |ANE DICK Bethel. Ohio 



VIRGINIA RAY DICKS Bardstoivn 

CATHERINE MARIE DICOB CoraopoJis, Pa. 

DONNA R. DILI. Lebanon. Ohio 

DEBRA ANN DIXON Ashland 

KARLA ANN DOCKERY Russell Springs 



MARY ANN DODD Erlanger 
PAMELA |OY DOOLEY Booneville 
MELISSA CAROL DOWNEY Louisville 
M. TIMOTHY DOYLE Erlanger 
PAMELA LYNN DOYLE Mavsville 




When studying organic chemistry, sometimes three heads are better than one. 



Sophomores/Dav-Doy 529 



SARAH ORME DRAKE Sianlon 

JEROME MAURICE DRUMMOND Purcellville. Va. 

ROBIN JILL DRYSDALE Dry Ridge 

SUSAN KATHLEEN DUFF Cincinnati. Ohio 

PHILLIP MICHAEL DUFOUR Richmond 



GARRY WAYNE DUKES Louisville 
TERRY ]EAN DUNCAN Covington 
MARY BETH DUNN Franklin 
ROBERT COOPER DUNN Hustonvil 
WILLIAM S. DUNSMORE Louisville 



TERESA S. DUVALL Frankfort 
VICKIE LYNN EASTER Monticello 
DEBORAH GAYLE ELAM Alt. Sterling 
GARRY A. ELDREDGE Painlsviile 
LARRY A. ELDREDGE Paintsville 



CATHY ANN ELKINS Allen 

MARY KATHERINE ELLIS Monticello 

JAMES ROBERT ELMORE Danville 

REG1NAELVOVE Paris 

JEAN HUDSON EMBRY Danville 



MARY SUSAN ENGLE Richmond 

KRISTIE ELLEN ENGSTROM Milford. Ohio 

A. GALE ESTES Louisville 

MARLA J. ESTES Ft. Thomas 

PAUL DWIGHT ESTES Charleston. West Virginia 



Weekends catch suitcasers waiting for a ride hor 




53(1 Sophomores/Dra-Est 



Many Students Return Home To Visit, Work 




SANDRA ELAINE ESTRIDGE London 
DAVID THOMAS EUBANK Elizabethtown 
CAROLYN MARIE EYERSOLE Frankfort 
SANDRA EAYE EWING Middlesboro 
(ENNIEER A. FAIIR Cincinnati. Ohio 



MAKE LEE FAIR All Vernon, Ohio 
CYNDIS. FARIS Erlanger 
KAREN GAY FARMER Carrolllon 
NANCY CLAY FARRIS Ravenna 
KAT1 IA SUE FAl ILKNER Williamsburg 



DEBBIE S FERGI 'SON »rv Ridge 
WILLIAM G. FERGUSON Louisville 
H'DITH CAROL FIELDS Louisville 
RINNIE [O FIEI.SA Richmond 
DEBBIE ANN FIFE Louisville 



MICHAEL |OSEPI I FINGER Frankfort 
PRISCII.LA EILEEN FISHER Sabina, Ohio 
CATHERINE GROEN FLINCHUM Winchester 
STEVE RAY FLINT Fairfield, Ohio 
MARYW. FLOOD Murray 



ALAN W. FLYNN Lexington 

JAMES H. FLYNN Beatlyville 

|OHN ROBERT FOLEY Lebanon, Ohio 

LISA YVETTE FOLEY Lexington 

PATRICIA LOUISE FORSYTHE Williamstown 



PATTY LOU FRANKLIN Freeburn 
GAIL L.FRAVERT Columbus, Ohio 
MARNA SI IE FREEBURG Cincinnati, Ohio 
TERESA LYNN FREEMAN IVesterville. Ohio 
GWENN MARIE FRENCH Lexington 



|ACQUELYN YVONNE FRENCH Lexington 
VICKY C. FRENCH Berea 
]ONI GAIL FRON Louisville 
ELLAN |ANE FRY Hamilton. Ohio 
LISA R. FULLER Uellslon. Ohio 



MARILYN VIRGINIA FUSSNECKER Ripley. Ohio 
KAY ANNETTE FUTRELL Hammond. Indiana 
LAURA LOU GABHART Harrodsburg 
ROXANNE B. GALL Ft. Thomas 
MARILYN DEE GAINES Versailles 



Sophomores/Est-Gai 531 



Plaza Provides A Spot To Snack 



KATHLEEN ANN GALLAHER Louisville 
STEVEN EDWARD GAMBLE Richmond 
DAVID R. GAMBRELL Louisville 
JUDITH CLAREN GARDA Russell 
JAMES LEE GARDNER Pleasureville 



LISA ANN GARDNER Tollesboro 
JOHNNY WAYNE GARNETT Arjay 
KAREN SUE GARNETT Melber 
WILLIAM GREGORY GARRETT Bardsloirn 
JILL ELLEN GARRINGER Jamestown 



CYNTHIA SUE GARTH Si. Louis. Missouri 
MICHAEL RALPH GENTRY Loveland, Ohio 
DIANE LUCILLE GERDING Bethlehem. Pennsylvania 
PAUL L. GIBBS Franklin. Ohio 
GENE C. GIBSON Midland. Ohio 



MARGARET ANN GIBSON Richmond 
WILLIAM M. GIBSON Cvnlhiana 
LuANN GIFFORD New Holland. Ohio 
ARTHUR D. GILBERT. JR. Valley Slation 
SUSAN BARBARA GILBERT Berea 



REBECCA SUSAN GILTNER Park Hills 
REEDA V. GIRDNER Barbourville 
HARRY KIRK GLASGOW St. Clairsville. Ohio 
JANICE ELOISE GLASGOW Middlelovvn. Ohio 
KAYE V. GLASSCOCK Lebanon 



JERI LYNN GLOSS Cincinnali. Ohio 

CHARLES FREDERICK GOATLEY Springfield 

BRADLEY J. GOOD Brookville. Ohio 

CINDY M1CHALLE GOOD Lexington 

RALPH WESLEY GOODMAN. IR.Cenlerville. Ohio 



GEORGE LEE GORDON Louisville 
DARYI. L. GORENFLO Marion. Ohio 
JIMMY WALLACE GOVER Crab Orchard 
MARY CATHERINE GRAFF Finchville 
RONNA L. GRAHAM Independence 



BEVERLY CLAIRE GRAY France 
CHERYL LYNN GREEN Versailles 
KATHY GWEN GREEN Carlisle 
MARJORIE HELEN GREEN Richmond 
MICHAEL EUGENE GREEN Pickerington. Ohio 




532 Sophomores/Gal-Gre 




TONY GREEN Charleslun, South CaroJinu 
DEBBIE GREENE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
KATHY ANN GHEENE PikeviJJe 
LINDA G. GREGORY CoopersviJ/e 
MARGARET DARE GREGORY Springfield 



KENTON GRAHAM GRIFFIN Richmond 
TIMOTHY LEE GRIFFIN Keltering, Ohio 
VERNA LOUISE GRIVETTI Harrodsburg 
PAULA LOUISE GROSS Greensburg. Pennsylvania 
MARTHA LOUISE GRUBBS Hodgenvilie 



JEANETTE HACKER Richmond 
MAIA'ERY |EAN HACKER Oneida 
DEANISE LOR HALBERT Martin 
GLENM. HALE Ft. Thomas 
DOUGLAS RAY HALEY Butler 



ANDREA K. HALFHILL MaysviJJe 

JOSEPH MICHAEL HALL Frankfort 
RAMONA LYNN HALL Preslonsburg 
STEPHEN KENT HALL Cresluood 
VICKI RENEE HALL PikeviJJe 



CHARISSE MARLEEN HALSTAD South Haven. Mich. 
EDWINNA R. HAMILTON Paintsville 
KENTON H. HAMILTON Louisville 
S. MICHELLE HAMILTON PikeviJJe 
MARYANNE HAMLIN Cincinnati. Ohio 



Relaxing in the sun, this student enjoys his ice cream 
and coffee. 



Sophomores/Gre-Ham 533 



' s- «<*>»- ?;v4$5nj :'■ 



Phil Keenig stops to chal with Kathy Hensle 
passes by her window in McGregor. 



DAVID MICHAEL HAMMER B/anchester. Ohio 
MARY LOU HAMMERSTROM Louisville 
CARY HAMMOND Ashland 

LARRY B. HAMMOND Livingston 

BEVERLY LYNN HAMMONS Cincinnati. Ohio 



VIVIAN C. HAMMONS Lexington 
VICKI LYNNETTE HAMPTON' Louisville 
MARY ELLEN HAND Madison. Indiana 
CHERYL ANNE HANDLEY Dayton, Ohio 

REBECCA SUE MANNER Ashlund 



LINDA SUSAN HANSON Dayton. Ohio 
MARK W. HANSON Newport 
CANDIE LEE HAPPOLDT Massiilon, Ohio 
ROBERT WILLIAM HARALSON Louisville 
MARTHA LOUISE HARDESTY Louisvilie 



DEBORAH ANNE HARRIS Valley Station 
ELLEN LYNNE HARRIS Allen 
WILLIAM H. HARRIS Richmond 
JAMES T. HARTLEY Lakewood, New York 
MARSHA DEAN HARTMAN Carrollton 



JOHN PATRICK HASH Corbin 
]ERRY ANN HAYES Louisville 
THOMAS DAVID HAYES Monroe. Ohio 
LINDA SUE HEDGECOCK Bellevue 
JOHN P. HEFFERNAN Rosivn, New York 




534 Sophomores/Ham-Hef 



Friendships Grow In Campus Environment 




KAREN SUE HEFFRON Cincinnati. Ohio 
PATRICK WRIGHT HEINRICH Cincinnati, Ohio 
HUGH BARRETT HELM. Ill Stanford 
BRADLEY P. HELMS Cincinnati. Ohio 
JENNIFER LEIGH HELTON Corbin 



DRUSILLA JEAN HELVEY Pikeville 
BILLY G. HENDRICKSON Middiesboro 
ROSIE ANN HENIK Cincinnati. Ohio 
DEBBIE ANN HENSGEN Cincinnati. Ohio 
KATHY ANNE HENSLEY Richmond 



KATHY JEAN HENSLEY Pewee Valley 
HELEN MAE HERALD Quicksand 
RITAS. HESTER Danville 
DEBORAH ANN HEYER Danville 
REGGIE K. HICKMAN Virgie 



BRENDA KAREN HICKS Prestonsburg 
GARLAND VV. HIGGINS Versailles 
RONALD B. HILDERBRAND VVilliamstou n 
DEBORAH SUSAN HINKLE Louisville 
RICHARD LANCE HINKLE Ashland 



JENNAC. HINSON Brooksville 
PHYLLIS ANN HOBBS Pinevilie 
CHARLOTTE F. HOLBROOK Melvm 
WILLIAM F. HOLBROOK Sardinia. Ohio 
TERESA JEAN HOLCOMB Berea 



GERRI HOLLENCAMP Kettering. Ohio 
ROWENA HOLLOW AY Louisville 
MICHAL RUTH HOLMES London 
KATHY ANN HOI.THAUS Ft. Mitchell 
VONDA HOOKS Benham 



MERLE HOSKINS Manchester 

DARRELL E. HOUSE London 

LEIGH COLYER HOWERTON. JR. London 

JULIE K. HOYT Louisville 

MARY S. HUBBARD Cincinnati. Ohio 



DONNA S. HUDSON Somerset 
FLORENCE SUE HUFFMAN Cornishville 
JAMES D. HUGHES Paintsville 
LESA K. HULETTE Frankfort 
CAROLYN W. HUNT Bloomfield 



Sophomores/Hef-Hun 535 



Campus Offers Recreation Of All Sorts 



ROSS ALLEN HUNTER Princeton 
MARTY HUSKISSON Danville 
HELEN THERESA IGO Richmond 
MARY INSKO Lexington 
GREGORY M. IRWIN Winchester 



MALCOLM P. IRVIN Lexington 
JANET SUE ISAACS Louisville 
BARBARA ANN ISON Corinth 
SHEILA ANN ISON Russell Springs 
KENNITH WAYNE JACKSON Pikevil 



VICKIE SUE JACKSON Frankfort 
MICHAEL A. JAMES Richmond 
PATTI A. JAMES Louisville 
CATHY JERNIGAN Frankfort 
VICKIE SCHIAD [OHANBOEKE Louisvi! 



DIANA LYNN JOHNSON Hager Hill 
JANET S. JOHNSON Prestonsburg 
ANNA ELLEN JOLLY Valley Station 
BEVERLY JANE JONES London 
DEBORAH SUE JONES Cincinnati. Ohio 



EASTER JONES Manchester 
JOSEPH A. JUDSON, JR. Bardstoirn 
JOSEPH DAVID JUSTICE PikeviUe 
KAREN AUDREY JUSTICE PikeviUe 
VICKIE LYNNE KAENZIG Versailles 



CONNIE RAE KAISER Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHARPIE TENDWAI KAMBARAMI Rhodesia 
PI I II, IP RODNEY KAUFMAN Louisville 
KAREN SUE KELLY Closplinl 
LAWRENCE LAMBERT KELLEY Louisville 



AMY G. KENDRICK Monticello 
BARBARA HELEN KIBLER Louisvil 
SHERRYE ANNE KIDD Hazard 
ELLA MAE KIDWELL Bardstown 
VICKI BENTTA KING Lexington 



CONNIE FAYE KINMAN Dry Ridge 

PETER M. KIRCHNER Louisville 

JERRY M. KIRK Inez 

SUZANNE ELIZABETH KLEIN Cincinnati. Ohio 

DONALD OTTOKLINGSTEIN Indianapolis. Indiana 




536 Sophomores/Hun-Kli 




PHILLIP KEITH KOENIG Prospecl 

KELLY LYNN KOI II. ER Lexington 

DEBORAH ANN KOHLS Cold Springs 

CRAIG S. KOLB Addyslon, Ohio 

MARY ELLEN KOWATCH Hawthorne. New York 



BENTON EDWARD KRANER Carroll, Ohio 
BRUCE F. KRAUS North Bend. Ohio 
GARY A. KURK Louisville 
KIMBERLY ANN LALLEY Middletown 
VICKIE JOYCE LAMAR Bordstoivn 



DEBRA JEAN LAMKA Troy. Ohio 
ROBERT LEWIS LANCASTER Lexington 
DANNY GAIL LANE Pleasure Ridge Park 
GREGG A. LANFERSIEK Maitland. Florida 
MONA GAIL LANGLEY Elizabethtown 



DEBRA LYNN LANHAM Louisville 
DARCELLaRUTH LAWHORN Louisville 
CONNIE LOU LAWRENCE North Middletown 
DIXIE C. LAY Lexington 
KATHY SUE LAYTON Louisville 



PATRICIA ANN LEACH Prestonsburg 
PATTY LYNN LEAKE Louisville 
MICHAEL LEWIS LEASE Mt. Vernon. Ohio 
BRENDA KAY LEE Louisville 
GERTRUDE ANN LEAHMAN Williamstown 



This youngster shows his acrobatic ability as he walks 
on the railing outside the Combs Building. 



Sophomores/Koe-Leh 537 



LINDA K. LEIENBERGER Ashley. Ohio 

RONALD PAUL LEONUARDT Sulphur Springs, Ohio 

MICHAEL KEVIN LETT Ashland 

WING-SING LEUNG Hong Kong 

ANITA KAREN LEWIS Davlon. Ohio 



DAMITA |. LEWIS Louisville 

FRED LIKERT Dayton, Ohio 

SHARON LARISSA LIGHTNER West Milton, Ohio 

LESA FAYE LINDSEY Glasgow 

BRENDA |OYCE LIPPERT Versailles 



BARBARA LYNN I.ISEHORA Mil/sboro. Delaware 
DEBRA |OYCE LITTLE Virgie 
RITA ANN LIVERS Louisville 
SYDNEY SUE LONG Richmond 
LORETTE MICHELLE LYNN Eminence 



LAUREL ANNE LOVEDAY Williamsburg 
JODIE MARIE LOVELACE Middletown, Ohio 
KITTY], LUCKY Pans 
SHELLEY |. LUEDERS Honolulu. Haivaii 
DAVID ALAN LUNTSFORD Middiesboro 



ROBERT STEVEN LUTZ Radcliff 
LEE ANN MACKEY Nicholasville 
VIVIANE MARIE MADDEN Sianlon 
REBECCA ELIZABETH MAEGLY Villa Hi 
DENTSE R. MAERKL Louisville 



Being nble lo recognize various types of paintings is a 
necessity in art appreciation. 




538 Sophomores/Lei-Mae 



Art Exhibits Expand Student Resources 




JONATHAN MAGRINO Cincinnati, Ohio 
RHONDA ELIZABETH MANERS Williamstown 
RICA lARD DEAN MANERS Independence 
|AMES MILLER MANN Springfield 
|UDY GAYE MANN Versailles 



RATI IY ANN MARCUM Dayton. Ohio 
STEPHEN EUGENE MARKERT [effersonville 
SI ISAN MARIE MARSH Weifslon. Ohio 
ANNE K. MARTIN Cincinnati, Ohio 
CYNTHIA LEE MARTIN Louisville 



DIRK DEE MARTIN Lucasville. Ohio 
DGNNA LYNN MARTIN Louisville 
] ILL WALKER MARTIN Lawrence burg 
SUSAN DIANE MASLANKA Chicago, Illinois 
JUDY MASON Louisville 



TERESA ANNE MASSENGILL Middlesboro 
JOHN MATHEW KOTTAYAM India 
ANN W. MATTINGLY Glasgow 
REBECCA CHARLENE MAUPIN Lexington 
CAROLYN ANNE MAY Winchester 



LINDA LOU MAY Lexington 

NEWLAND W. MAY Lancaster 

GAYLE ROBIN MAYHUGH Elizabethtown 

DERON MAYS Boonevilie 

SHELIA ANN MCLISTER Pleasureville 



ROBERT LAUGHLIN MCALLISTER Florence 
STANLEY CLEMENTINE MCCANN Lexington 
MITZI HELEN MCCAULEY Mount Vernon 
GUSTAVO RICK MCCHARGUE Louisville 
WILLIAM DUDLEY MCCLAIN Paris 



JEFFREY E. MCCLURE Louisville 
RICK GALEN MCCOLLUM Fairfield, Ohio 
TIMOTHY WAYNE MCCUBBIN Wallon 
BETTY ANNE MCFARLAND Loyal) 
ROSE MARIE MCFARLAND Danville 



TERESA DIANE MCCUIRE Louisville 
ROBERT LEE MCKENNEY Falmouth 
MARY CLAYTON MCKENZIE Paris 
BRUCE EARLE MCM1CHAEL Louisvili 
FRED PAUL MCMULLEN Troy, Ohio 



Sophomores/Mag-McM 539 



Student Hobbies Educate, Entertain 



TERRI V. McMURTRY Louisville 
MARY TERESA McQUADE Lithopolis. Ohio 
CHARLES E. McWHORTER Annville 
JENNIFER LYNN MEADE Paintsville 
PAMELA ANN MEADE Catleilsburg 



JOELYN MEDEIROS Cincinnaii. Ohio 

JEFFREY LYNN MEDLEY Grayson 

JOY LYNNETTE MEFFORD Owens boro 

CAROL SUE MEINER Dayton 

PAUL ALAN MELIUS Central Islip, New York 



DEBBIE MENDENHALL Louisville 
BARRY F. MERCER Lancaster 
LINDA CAROL MERCER Louisville 
VICTORY CHARLES MESSMER Richmond 
JOYCE L. MIDDELER Pi. Pleasant. Ohio 



STANLEY E. MILAM Louisville 
MELISSA MARY MILAR Cincinnati, Ohio 
CAROLE L. MILLER Louisville 
CYNTHIA JANE MILLER Kettering. Ohio 
EDWARD DOUGLAS MILLER Cvnthiana 



JUDY C. MILLER Barbourville 
LOUANN MILLER South Shore 
PAMELA J. MILLER Loveland. Ohio 
RHONDA KAY MILLER Pleasure Ridge Park 
FRIBORZMIRKHANI (ran 



MARY JANICE MITCHELL Lexington 

STEVEN J. MITCHELL Maysville 

JOHN M. MIZE Versailles " 

KATHI MARIE MONN Dayton. Ohio 

AMY ELISE MONTGOMERY Harrodsburg 



VICKI LYNN MOON Mt. Washington 
DONNA JEAN MOORE Bowling Green 
WILLIAM KENT MOORE Frankfort 
JEFFREY K. MOREMAN Valley Station 
SHARON ELAINE MORGAN Hazard 



WILLIAM RUSSELL MORGAN Pineville 
RICHARD RAY MORRIS Lexington 
RICKY HAMPTON MORRIS Shephersville 
STEWART LAMAR MORRIS Webster 
WAIN MASON MORRIS Wilmore 




540 Sophomores/Mcc-Mor 




Julie Hoyt amuses her friends by telling fortunes. 




CHARLES QUAY MORRISON Lancaster, Pennsylvania 
LYNN R. MOSER Louisville 
JAMES PHILIP MOSS JR. Gradyville 
JEFFREY THOMAS MUDD Owensboro 
KEVIN PATRICK MULLEN Louisville 



HAROLD GENE MUNCY Hamilton, Ohio 
JIM B. MURLEY Burkesville 
SUSAN CATHERINE MURPHY Fairfield. Ohio 
THOMAS WILLIAM MURPHY Lebanon /unction 
HENRY HALL MURRAY Titusvilie. Florida 



SALLY ANN MUSIC Prestonsburg 

NEAL HOUSTON MYERS Louisville 

STEVEN L. MYERS Bethesda, Maryland 

PHILIP D. NEELEY Prestonsburg 

JOCELYN MARIE NEELY Kingsport, Tennessee 



SUSAN R. NELSON Willing boro, New Jersey 
AGNES MARIE NEMETH Clayton, Ohio 
TERRIE LEE NEUFARTH Ashland 
PHYLLIS KAY NEWCOMB Louisville 
DELBERT WAYNE NEWMAN Berea 



WILLIAM RANDOL Newton Hamilton. Ohio 
CONSTANCE B. NICHOLS London, Ohio 
RUTH JOAN NICHOLS Danville 
KATHY ANN NICKELL WiiJiamston'n 
PATSY L. NICKELS Winchester 



Sophomores/Mor-Nic 541 



Wayne Pearsoll is shown as he donates a pint of blood 
to the Red Cross. 



GARY STEPHEN' NOE Winchester 
A. MICHELLE NOEL Frankfort 
BRUCE WILLIAM OLIN PikeviUe 
CONSTANCE |EAN OLIVER Louisville 
PATRICIA SUSAN OLIVER Louisville 



RICKY LYNN OLIVER Smithfield 

DENNIS R. O'NAN Frankfort 

KATHY ANN OSBORN Morrow, Ohio 

BECKY S. OTTEN Erlanger 

SANDRA KAY SHARON OVERBEE Lexington 



RICHARD T. OWEN New Castle 
IUI.IA BENSON OWENS Lexington 
[EAN RENEE PACE Dizney 
IANETT. PACK Wooton 
KAHTY IO PAGETT Xenia 



JENNIFER DARE PALAHUN1CH Berea 
ALEXANDER R. PAPP Danville 
[EFFRY J. PARKS Brookville 
AMANDA CAROL PARSONS PikeviUe 
DIANA LEE PARTEN Pleasant View 




542 Sophomores/Noe-Par 



Campus Community Aids Blood Drives 




JACK KENNETH PARTIN Love/and, Ohio 
CAROL F. PARTRIDGE Columbus, Ohio 
RAYMOND RUSSELL PATTERSON Sugarcreek. Ohio 
PAUL RICHARD PATTON Sidney, Ohio 
MICHAEL BRENT PAYNTER PikeviJJe 



NORMAN ARTHUR PEARSON Springfield, Ohio 
DALLAS L. PELFREY Stanton 
SUSAN HELENE PENCE Stanford 
ELIZABETH CAROL PENDERGRASS Bardstown 
CHARLES OSCAR PENNINGTON |R. Ash/and 



LINNETTE SUE PENNY West Milton, Ohio 
JANET ELAINE PERKINS Harrodsburg 
NANCY COE PERKINS Johnstown. Ohio 
THOMAS RAY PERKINS Richmond 
RODNEY THOMAS PERRY Frankfort 



JAMES J. PETERS Ft. Thomas 
TERESA LYNNE PETERS Corbin 
JEANNE HEATHER PHERSON Louisville 
DAVID LYENS PHILLIPS Simpsonville 
DEBORAH LYNN PIERCEFIELD Falmouth 



C. MARK PIKE Crestwood 
EDWARD C. PIRO East MontpeJier, Vermont 
DEBORAH L. PLUMMER Cynthiana 
MARY LOIS PLUMMER Richmond 
THEODORE E. POPE Louisville 



JANICE FAYE PORTER Rogers 
ELIZABETH ANN POTTER Louisville 
LINDA RUTH POWERS Cincinnati, Ohio 
VIVIAN LEIGH POYNTER Richmond 
SHARON KAY PRATHER Richmond 



PATTY F. PREWITT Williamsburg 
JACKIE JEAN PRICE Cincinnati, Ohio 
JO ANN PRICE Shepherdsville 
LINDA GAYLE PRICE Turners Station 
VICKIE LOU PURKINS Louisville 



HARRY DONALD PUTTY Richmond 
PATRICIA LOUISE QUICK Jeffersontown 
WILLIAM HAROLD QUICK JR. Louisville 
B. DIANE RAINS Rockville. Maryland 
JEFFREY CALVIN RALSTON Stanford 



Sophomores/Par-Ral 543 



Special Classes Need Specialized Devices 



DONNA L. RAMSEY Albany 
GWEN RANKIN Danville 
JOHN WESLEY RANKIN Shelbyville 
DAVID LINTON RATLIFF Elkhorn City 
ERMA DONETTA RATLIFF Pikeviile 



PATSY ANN RAYBURN Ashland 
JENNIFER LEA REAGAN Frankfort 
BRAD C. REAM Plymouth 
WILMA LYNN REED Winchester 
DEBORAH ANNE REID Prestonsburg 



JANET LOUISE REID Lebanon Junction 
PAULA KAY REID Middietown, Ohio 
EDWARD B. REII.I.Y St. Clairsville. Ohio 
CYNTHIA LYNN REYNOLDS Middletown 
MARK HENRY REYNOLDS Louisville 



ROBERT DENNIS REYNOLDS Gravel Switch 

DONNA M. RHOADES Troy. Ohio 

ROY V. RICE Manchester 

SUSAN P. RICE Pikeviile 

JOSEPH EDWIN RICHARDSON Irvington 



EDWARD C. RICHTMYER Fultonville 
MICHAEL D. RIDDLE Whitesboro, New York 
JAMES S. RIFFE Danville 
KAREN RECIE RIFFE WilJard 
ALFREDA RILEY London 



KAREN LOUISE ROBERSON Louisville 
RANDALL LEE ROBERTSON Southgate 
CONNIE ROBINSON London 
JUDY LYN ROBINSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARTHA ELLEN ROBINSON Frankfort 



PAMELA JO ROBINSON Florence 
WILLIAM E. ROBINSON JR. Grayson 
MARY LOU ROESEL Ft. Thomas 
CAROL ANN ROLLER Louisville 
LOUIS M. ROSENSTEIN Frankfort 



JAMES GREGORY ROWE Owensboro 
DEBRA LOUISE ROWLETT Richmond 
KENT WARREN ROYALTY Danville 
LINDA C.RUF Louisville 
KATHY ANN RUFFLEY Milford, Ohio 




544 Sophomores/Ram-Ruf 




DANIEL L. RUPE Cleves, Ohio 

MONA FAYE RUSSELL Bardslown 

PAMELA KAY RUSSELL Covington 

BENITA SUE SABIE Bedford 

DANNY LEROY SAGRAVES Staffordsvifle 



JACK L. SAMAD Cincinnati, Ohio 
EMILY MARIE SANDERS Frankfort 
NANCY ANN SANDS Owensboro 
MERNE ANN SCHMIDT Rising Sun, Indiana 
DEBORAH LEE SCHNEIDER Liberty 



JANE REGINA SCHNEIDER New Hope. Pennsylvania 
SUSAN D. SCHROCK Monroe. Ohio 
SUE SCHWEIGERT Southgate 
ARTHUR f. SCIUBBA Havertoivn 
CAMILLE RUTH SCOMA Chicago, Illinois 



BARBARA |EAN SCOTT Newport 
LESLIE E. SCOTT Pleasure Ridge Park 
SUSAN CARROLL SEARS Owensboro 
JEAN CHARLOTTE SELTSAM Danville 
RONALD J. SEMAGO West Mifflin, Pennsylvania 



VALRIE ]. SENIOURS Owenton 
RALPH B. SENNINGE Louisville 
SANDRA LYNN SEWELL Winchester 
CATHY MARY SEYLE Bardstown 
PATRICIA ANN SHANKS Crestwond 



John Odell repairs the net he uses for his wildlife 
management class. 



Sophomores/Rup-Sha 545 



After hastily shutting her keys up in the car. this coed 
uses a coat hanger to unlock the door. 



MARGARET MILAM SHARON Midway 
RICHARD LAND SHARP Frankfort 
YVONNE JOY SHAW Louisville 
PAMELA SUE SHAY Newport 
FAITH JANEEN SHELTON Springboro 



LEA ANN SHELTON Louisville 
BONNIE ELAINE SHEPHERD Somerset 
JEFF SHEPHERD Piketon. Ohio 
PHILIP EUGENE SHEPHERD Dayton. Ohio 
MILISSA ANN SHERMAN Dayton. Ohio 



CHARLOTTE F. SHIELDS Chaplin 
GREG ROBERT SHINDELBOWER Richmond 
FRED D. SHINKLE Williamstown 
VIRGINIA DALE SHIPP Louisville 
SHIRLEY LYNN SHOAF Corbin 



KAREN A. SHOCKLEY Louisville 

HENRY CLAY SHORES JR. Charleston. West Virginia 

LARRY DAVID SHORT Grays Knob 

DANNY FRED SHOTWELL Cleves, Ohio 

SHEILA KAY SHOWALTER Louisville 



CYNTHIA JOY SHRULL Centertown 

LINDA C. SIEBEL Ashland 

GREGORY ARTHUR SIEVERT Cincinnati. Ohio 

LARRY EARL SILLS Lexington 

WILLIAM E. SIMON Ft. Thomas 




546 Sophomores/Sha-Sim 



Some Situations Demand Resourcefulness 



&&3A 




ALICIA BETH SIMPSON Lexington 
STEVEN RAY SIRCLE Bianchester. Ohio 
ADRIA KAY SKIDMORE Campbellsburg 
ROBERT HARRIS SKIDMORE Rising Sun. Indiana 
RICKY WAYNE SKINNER Williamslown 



BELINDA GAYLE SLAYTON Louisville 
ELIZABETH LYNN SLORP Lebanon. Ohio 
DAVID SLUSHER Lexington 
ANGELA L. SMITH Pans 
BRENDA CECIL SMITH Lexington 



C. DAVID SMITH Hopkinsville 

DEBRA T. SMITH Frankfort 

DEIRDRE KATHERINE SMITH SimpsonviJIe 

FLORENCE ELAINE SMITH Whilley City 

GARY LANE SMITH Lexington 



JAMES WILLIAM SMITH Toronto. Canada 
MARGARET SHEILA SMITH Phelps 
TERRY R. SMITH Frederick, Maryland 
VIRGINIA BOWMAN SMITH Lexington 
CAROL JEAN SNAWDER Louisville 



BARBARA ANN SONDEY Louisville 

BILLY DEAN SOWDER Mt. Vernon 

MICHAEL THOMAS SPAINHOWARD Earlington 

JO ANN SPAULDING SheibyviUe 

THOMAS MITCHELL SPAULDING Moreland 



MORRIS PAUL SPILLMAN New Castle 
ERIC EDWARD SPIRES Bristol, Virginia 
DENISE DALE SPIVEY Lexington 
JENNIE CLELLAN SPRINGATE Versailles 
KAREN SPURLOCK Manchester 



RONALD W. SPURRIER Syracuse, New York 
GARY LEE STAGGS Covington 
HOWARD A. STAGGES West Union. Ohio 
SARAH FRANCES STALLARD Frankfort 
VICKIE LYNN STAMBAUGH Cincincinnati. Ohio 



CHARLOTTE LOUISE STANLEY Wheelwright 
KAREN LOUISE STARK Cincinnati. Ohio 
WILLIAM ARNOLD STARK Williamsburg 
SUSAN LYNN STEEL Louisville 
STEVEN M. STEELE Greenup 



Sophomores/Sim-Ste 547 



Observation Is Still A Favorite Hobby 



VICKI ANN STEELE Tampa, Florida 
ROBERT KEITH STEER Lexinglon 
JUDY C. STEINMETZ Charleston, West Virginia 
FRIEDA ALENE STEPHENS Pine Knot 
KATHLEEN STEPHENS Spring boro, Ohio 



REBECCA ELLEN STEPHENS New Paris. Ohio 
SUSAN ALLEN STEPHENS Cynthiana 
ANNA L. STEPHENSON Monticeilo 
JANNET STEVENS Mt. Eden 
L. C. FLOYD STEWART Aiton. Illinois 



MARILYN ANN STEWART Xenia, Ohio 
TERRY WAYNE STODDARD Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
STEPHEN FRED STOESS Crestwood 
DEBORAH LYNN STOKES Lexington 
lOETTE STORM London 



DEBRA ANN STRATTON Cincinnati. Ohio 

RUTH GAIL STRATTON Pifteville 

MARY ANN STREHLE Morganfield 

GARY FRED STROWIG Havertown, Pennsylvania 

GREGORY SPENCER SULLIVAN Corbin 



TERRI ANN SULLIVAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
RALPH EDWARD SUTTLE Middlesboro 
VIRGINIA ANN SUTTON Edenton, Ohio 
EDWARD SWAFFORD Big Creek 
DIANA CHERYL SWIFT Fairdale 



DAVID LESLIE SWOFFORD Lexington 
MATTHEW WATTS SWYERS Hopkinsvil 
)OHN CARROLL TANNER Frankfort 
RUSSELL WILEY TAPP Henderson 
KATHERINE C. TATE Paris 



ANGELA LOUISE TAYLOR Augusta 
BRIAN A. TAYLOR Cincinnati, Ohio 
DIANA J. TAYLOR Augusta 
PAULA ANN TERWILLIGER Lexington 
WILLIAM THOMAS THOENY Cold Springs 



DEBORAH LEE THOMAS Louisville 
JUDY KAY THOMAS Louisville 
MARTHA ANN THOMAS Richmond 
THERESA MARLENE THOMAS Dry Ridge 
BILLY W. THOMPSON Manchester 




548 Sophomores/Ste-Tho 



DAVID WILLIAM THOMPSON Florence 
GEORGE WADE THOMPSON Calvin 
JEFFREY RICHARD THOMPSON Ml. Perry. Ohio 
MINDA FRANCES THOMPSON Hebron 
SARA M. THOMPSON Florence 



TIMOTHY ALLEN THOMPSON Piketon, Ohio 
THURMAN CLAY THORPE Wakon 
TOBY ANN THORPE Wayland 
DAVID KENT TINGLE Westport 
RICHARD LEONARD TOLLE Mavsvi 




Girl watching sometimes interferes with studying. 



Sophomores/Tho-Tur 549 



HARVEY A. TURNER |R. Gracey 
MARY SUE TURNER Franklin. Ohio 
PENNY EILEEN TURNER Dayton. Ohio 
MARY LILLIAN TURPIN Richmond 
MICHAEL |. TUSSEY Lexington 



JOSEPH MAGTIBAY ULANDAY Phiiilippines 
ROGER MICHAEL ULSH Cedarville. Ohio 
ALAN B. UPTON Williamsburg 
MICHAEL J. Y'AGEDES West Milton. Ohio 
CAROLYN LEE YanGILDER Middletown. Ohic 



BARBARA GAYLE VanMETER Louisvilli 
JUDY MARIE VanZANTMt. Vernon 
VERNON LOMAN VAUGHN London 
TERESA GAIL VETTER LouisviJie 
WAYNE T. VILLELLI Seldon. New York 



LINDA SUSAN WAGNER Lookout Heights 
PAMELA ANN WAGNER Cincinnati. Ohio 
STEPHEN GLENN WAGNER Love/and. Ohio 
CAROLYN K. WALKER Goose Rock 
JULIAN L. WALL Waynesburg 



STEPHEN JOSEPH WALLACE Ft. Wayne 
ANN NOLAN WALLIN Brooksiille 
MARY SUZANNE WALSER Pevvee Valley 
WILLIAM McDOWELL WALTERS Richmond 
BILLY JOSEPH WALTRIP Louisville 



Getting unpacked in the fall is a big job for most coeds. 



550 Sophomores/Tur-Wal 




Packing And Unpacking, An Endless Job 




NANCY |EAN WARD Covington 
PATRICIA RUTH WARE New Liberty 
RHONDA TERRI WARMAN West Chester. Ohio 
DAVID R. WARNER Dayton, Ohio 
FONDA RHEA WARNOCK South Shore 



TRUDI BETH WARREN Clay City 
DORCUS ANNE WATSON May's Lick 
HAROLD GLENN WATSON Frankfort 
RACHEL DARCEL WATTERS Louisvill 
ROBERT KEITH WATTS Lexington 



]ANNETTE MARIE WAY Richmond 
DANIEL SCOTT WEAVER Bianchester. Ohio 
PEGGY MARIE WEAVER Louisville 
ARLIE ANTHONY WEBB PikevilJe 
MONICA GAIL WEBB Phyllis 



JANET LEE WEBBER Cynthiana 
RONALD CHARLES WEBER Dayton. Ohio 
TEDDY JOE WEINGARTNER New Richmond. Ohio 
DENISE DARCEL WEIR Frankfort 
WAYNE A. WELCH Louisville 



CANDY LEE WELLS Louisville 
DEBRA K. WELLS London 
ERNEST B. WELLS Cincinnati. Ohio 
|OHN WELLS Louisa 
LORETTA F. WELLS Tavlorsville 



JOHN ALLEN WEST Nicholasville 

KATHEN LOUISE WESTMORELAND Louisville 

PATRICIA BETH WHEELER Saiyersville 

SUSAN L. WHEELER Lexington 

SUSAN LEE WHITACRE Bianchester, Ohio 



JUANITA L. WHITAKER Jenkins 
DAVID GLENN WHITE Frankfort 
JOHN DANIEL WHITE Danville 
PAMELA SUE WHITE Manchester 
PEGGY JOANN WHITE Engiewood. Ohio 



RAMONA WHITE Middlesboro 
SAMUEL HARDY WHITE Petersburg 
THOMAS WILLIAM WHITE Cortland. New York 
MICHAEL T. WHITEHOUSE Lebanon 
BEVERLY KAY WHITLEY Camp bells vilJe 



Sophomores/War-Whi 551 



Students Get Involved Politically 



KAMA JO WHITTINGTON Charleston. West Virginia 
MARY ELLEN WIARD Frankfort 
LESLIE ANN WIEDEMER Louisville 
LAURA LANNOM WIEDERHOLD Lancaster 
MELODY LYNN WIEDMER Louisville 



POLLY LOUANN WILCHER Ml. Washington 
SUZANNE WILKIN'S Lancaster. Ohio 
LOUIS ADOLPH WILL Louisville 
GARY RAYMOND WILLIAMS Hopkinsville 
PAMELA ANN WILLIAMS London 



RONNIE WILLIAMS Lancaster 

TONDA CHARMAINE WILLIAMS Harrison. Ohio 

DAN RAY WILSON Brookviiie. Ohio 

JO ANN WILSON Booneville 

JUDITH DIANE WILSON Reading, Ohio 



KATHERINE E. WILSON Villa Hills 

KATHRYN LEE WILSON Ashland 

REBECCA RUTH WILSON Eminence 

SHERRY LEE WINFREE Danville 

ROBERT JEFFREY WINTERS Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



MARY CONSTANCE WINZIGAlexandna 
THERESE MARIE WOLARY Wilmington, Ohio 
THOMAS EDWARD WOLF Loveland, Ohio 
JEFFREY ALAN WOLFE New Lexington, Ohio 
PAULA JEAN WOLFE Danville 



MARY ELIZABETH WOLFF Ft. Mitchell 
JOHN MATTHEW WOOD Versailles 
STEPHEN D. WOOD Piner 
PAULA KAY WOODALL Somerset 
JIMMY L. WOODRING Corbin 



ROBERT EARL WOODS Grayson 
ROBERT MARTIN WOODWARD Danvill 
SHARON K. WOOLDRIDGE Owensboro 
DONALD R. WOOSLEY Phelps 
CRAIG WORTHINGTON Davton 



ELLEN HALE WRIGHT Louisville 
LOU ANN WRIGHT Waddy 
MARSHA LYNN WRIGHT Prestonsburg 
RAYMON WRIGHT Lexington 
DENISE LYNN WUETCHER Louisville 




552 Sophomores/Whi-Wue 



MEREDITH KATHLEEN YANCEY Fern Creek 
ALBERTA M. YEAPLES Richmond 
RUTH E.YORK Albany 

ROBIN YOUNG Webbville 
DAVID J. YOUNG West Union, Ohio 



JAN K. YOUNG West Union. Obio 
RICKY LEE YOUNG Ashland 
DOUGLAS LEE QUERNER Ovvensboro 
DIANA JEAN ZURFACE Wilmington, Ohio 




Members of Pi Kappa Alpha oversee voter registration prior to fall election. 



Sophomores/Yan-Zur 553 




Freshmen Sponsor Homecoming Candidate 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Mindy Streetman. secretary- 
treasurer; Vince Piazza, promotion chairman; Wendell Boyd, 
president; Sharon Hughes, vice president; Louise Zieler. publicity 
chairman. 



Arriving at Eastern for the first time this 
fall, the freshman class became active 
immediately. They elected officers to govern 
the class through its early development and 
held regular meetings throughout the year. 

The class sponsored a Homecoming candi- 
date, as well as, a float for the Centen- 
nial Homecoming Parade. In the spring 
they entertained with the first annual White 
Rose Ball. 



554 Freshmen/Class Officers 




ELLA LOU ABNEY Irvine 
JOHANNA F. ACH Jrvington 
[AMES CHAMPION ACKLEY Louisville 
KEITHA LYNN ADAIR Columbus. Ohio 
BARBARA SUE ADAMS Louisville 



KAMERON ADAMS Winchester 
KAREN DIANE ADAMS Whitesburg 
MARSHA |EAN ADAMS Cambridge. Ohio 
CINDY ANN ADKINS South Shore 
THOMAS LEROY ADKISSON Irvington 



ROBERT LEE ALBRO II Louisville 
[AMES ALFORD Waynesburg 
TONY L. ALFORD Alexandria 
CAROLYN SUE ALIFF Louisville 
RHONDA L. ALLEN Clay City 



CONSTANCE LEE ALLNUT Owenton 
DENNY AMBURGEY Roxana 
MARY JANE ANDERSON Kingsporl, Tennessee 
RITA LYNN ANDERSON Newlonsville, Ohio 
KAREN LYNN ANDREWS Lexington 



MICHAEL DAVID ANGELL Hornell. New York 
KAREN SUE ANTIS South Shore 
MARGARET RUTH APPENFELDER Covington 
REBECCA SUE APPLE Lancaster 
ANITA GAY ARMSTRONG Albany 



CATHY ARRIGON MaineviUe. Ohio 
RICHARD WILLIAM ASHWORTH Park Hills 
MILDRED ALLEN BACH Frankfort 
DEBRA LYNN BAILEY South Shore 
MARY LYNN BAILEY Louisville 



ROBBIE BAILEY Louisville 

BRENDA SUE BAKER Middletown. Ohio 

DAVID MARK BAKER Summerville. South Carolina 

ELAINE RUTH BAKER Corbin 

GINGER LEE BAKER Middlesboro 



JANICE PAIGE BAKER Mount Vernon 
PAMELA SUE BAKER Corl Grove. Ohio 
SHELIA DELL BAKER Nichoiasviile 
SUSAN CHERYL BAKER Louisville 
WILLIAM L. BALL Louisville 



Freshmen/Abn-Bal 555 



Freshmen Survive Their Registration 



MARTHA L. BALLARD Bardstown 
DEBRA JEAN BANDY Lancaster 
IMOGENE BANKSTON Louisville 
SANDRA LEE BARNES Lockport. IJJinois 
KENNETH ALLAN BARNETT Lawrenceburg 



LYNNEM. BARTH Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOAN ELIZABETH BARTLETT Cincinnati, Ohio 
HELEN MARIE BARTLEY Louisville 
CAROLYN JOY BATES Williamstown 
MARY JO BATTE Cynthiana 



DEBBIE ANN BATTLE Ft. Wright 
CANDACE LYNN BAUER Loveland. Ohio 
KAREN SUE BAUER Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHAREN ANN BAUER Cincinnati. Ohio 
EVELYN FRANCES BAUMSTARK Richmond 



BRIDGET CANDAS BAXLEY Philpot 
KAREN LOUISE BAXTER Louisville 
BRENDA GAYLE BAXTROX Louisville 
CYNTHIA ANNE BAYES Louisville 
CHERYL LYNN BEASONXenia. Ohio 



CYNTHIA DAWNAE BEATTY Williamsport, Ohio 

CAROL D. BEATY Albany 

JUDITH ANN BEATY Hamilton. Ohio 

DAVID RICHARD BECK Bethel. Ohio 

TIMOTHY ALAN BECKETT Doraville. Georgia 



TONY LEE BECKHAM Williamstown 
LENA DARLENE BEGLEY Paint Lick 
KATHY LYNN BEHREXS Cincinnati, Ohio 
CLIFFORD LUCE BELDEN Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 
MELISSA ANN BELEW Williamstown 



KIRK JAMES BELL Englewood. Ohio 
JOHN PATRICK BELLAMY Stanton 
DEE ALAN BENNETT Grove City, Ohio 
TRESSELLU BENSON Taylorsville 
GARY L. BERNDT LaPorte, Indiana 



THOMAS T BERNDT LaPorte. Indiana 
DARYL RUSSELL BERRY Lebanon 
MARTHA FAY BEST Ft. Thomas 
LISA ANNE BEVERLY Wise, Virginia 
JOSEPH K. BILLS Delaware, Ohio 




556 Freshmen/Bal-Bil 




|KRRY ALLEN BISHOP Louisville 
GONZELLA BLACK Paris 
SAUNDRA KAY BLACKBURN Sidney 
RICHARD ALLEN BLAIN Dry Ridge 
MARY IANE BLAIR Bardstown 



RODNEY VANCE BLEVINS Eubank 

THOMAS GALEN BLOSSER II New Lebanon. Ohio 

DIAN EVANS BLUM Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey 

BRENDA [OYCE BOGGS Richmond 

DEBRA RENE BOGIE Hustonville 



TERESA A. BOLEN Owensboro 
LINDA KAY BOLIN Shelbyviile 
RONDA MAE BONAR Falmouth 
PAT A. BOOTES Ft, Thomas 
THERESA KAY BOSWELL Louisvi 



RICHARD LENN BOTTOMS Perryville 
ELIZABETH ANN BOTTS Versailles 
STEVEN THOMAS BOWLIN Richmond 
DEBORAH CHERYL BOWLING Blanchesler, Ohio 
STEVE ANTHONY BOWMAN Danville 




A mother gets help from her young daughter during registration. 



Freshmen/Bis-Bow 557 



Groups gather in auxiliary gym to fill out class cards. 



WENDELL BOYD Hustonville 

MICHAEL ALBERT BRADSTREET Dayton, Ohio 

LISA ANN BRANCH /effersontovvn 

DAVID C. BRAXDENSTEIN Miamisburg, Ohio 

TIMOTHY T. BRANHAM Virgie 



ALEEA ]OY BRAUN Kirkwood. Missouri 
DEBORAH LEE BREWER Sandy Hook 
KAY FRANCES BREWER Wilmington. Ohio 
NANCY CAROL BRICKING Louisville 
DAVID LEE BRIDGEMAN Albany 



|ODIE ANNE BRILL Fairfield. Ohio 
REBECCA GWEN BRINEGAR Frankfort 
STEVE RAY BRISTOW Louisville 
DANIEL BRADLEY BRITT Shepherdsville 
FOSTER CURTISS BROCK Lexington 



PAMELA K. BROGAN Middlesboro 
MICHAEL WAYNE BROOKS Middlesboro 
SHERRY LA-RAY BROOKS Louisville 
CHERYL LEE BROTZGE /effersontovvn 
DAVID KEITH BROUGH Brooksville 



]ANET SUE BROWN Stanford 
JEAN MACHELLE BROWN Crab Orchard 
LELA FRANCES BROWN Albany 
MARTHA JOYCE BROWN Springfield 
PHYLLIS MARIE BROWN Albany 




558 Freshmen/Bov-Bro 



First Assignment: Fill Out Those Cards 




ROBERT A. BROWN St. Charles, Illino 
SANDRA L. BROWN Ft. Thomas 
STEPHEN MARK BROWN Lexington 
ROBIN GAIL BRUMFIELD Richmond 
LONA MARIE BRUNKER Cvnthiana 



JANEEN MARIE BRYAN Dayton. Ohio 
BRENDA KAY BRYANT Williamsburg 
)ANET DENECE BRYANT Cincinnati, Ohio 
LINDA ELLEN BUCHANAN Kingsport, Tennessee 
DEBBIE BUCK Louisville 



PATRICIA RAE BUCKINGHAM Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM DUDLEE BUCKNER Louisville 
GAIL PATRICIA BUDZONSKY 

West Haven, Connecticut 
JOSEPH WAYNE BURCHELL Manchester 
ANN KEITH BURCKLEY Danvilie 



EDMUND LEWIS BURDETTE Lebanon 
DEBBIE LEE BURNETT LouisviJIe 
KAREN JEAN BURNS Perrysburg, Ohio 
RHONDA GAY BURNS Georgetown 
DEBORA LOUISE BUTLER Louisville 



JACQUELINE BUXTON San Antonio, Texas 
BRENDA GAIL BYRD Booneville 
MADONNA SUE CAHAL Ravenna 
PENNY DENE CAIN Somerset 
DONNA L. CAMP Richmond 



EMMA FAYE CAMPBELL Clarksville, Tennessee 

JAMES D. CAMPBELL Fulton 

KATHLEEN DENISE CAMPBELL Centerviile. Ohio 

ALICE ANN CANNON Danvilie 

SHEILA JEAN CARPENTER Louisviiie 



TONY MICHAEL CARR Greenup 
CHARLENE MARIE CARRICO Springfield 
CONNIE SUE CARRILLO Louisville 
LENORA LEE CARSON Westviile. Oklahoma 
BRENDA GALE CASEY Lexington 



DEBORAH GALE CASEY Cincinnati, Ohio 
PATRICIA JOAN CASH Albany 
CATHERINE ANN CASSADY Morehead 
ANGELA MAUREEN CASTEEL East Bernstadt 
BRENDA KAYE CAUDILL Red Fox 



Freshmen/Bro-Cau 559 



After Registering, Students Find More Lines 



DARLENE MARIE CAUDILL Letcher 
SAMUEL MARK CAUDILL Whitesburg 
VICKIE LYNN CAUDILL Beattyville 
CAROL ANN CHADWELL Middlesboro 
SANDRA LYNN CHANEY Kettering, Ohio 



BARRY D. CHATMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
BARBARA A. CHAUDOIN Louisville 
CHARLES H. CHEEK Jeffersontown 
MANAS CHIARAVANOND Bangkok, Thailand 
SUPARB CHIARAVANONT Bangkok, Thailand 



JOHN SHERIDAN CHIDESTER Water Gap 
FRANCES LYNN CHILDERS Charleston. West Virginia 
WILLIAM K. CHILDRESS Pikeville 
JANE ALLEN CHRISTOPHER Winchester 
JOSEPHINE CISLER Frankfort 



CHRISTY LYNN CLARK New Albany, Indiana 

RHONDA GAIL CLARK Danville 

STEVEN GORDON CLARK Whitley City 

TERRI L. CLARK Richmond 

ROBIN DIANE CLIFFORD Shelbvville 



|OHN RICHARD CLINE Barnesville, Ohio 
KAREN J. COCHRAN Kettering, Ohio 
SHELLY FAYE COCHRAN Kettering, Ohio 
NANCY ROSE COFFEY Mt. Vernon 
JAMES N. COLE Woodlaivn 



KATHY ANNE COLE Dayton. Ohio 
MARGARET ELIZABETH COLE Philpot 
SHARON S. COLLINS Nicholasville 
■ SUSAN DEE COLLINS Richmond 
MARSHALL WARREN COLVIN Bradstown 



RHONDA GAY COLVIN Foster 
CHERYL SUSAN COMBS Richmond 
CLARK CARRIER COMBS Richmond 
SUSAN DOLORES COMBS Okeana. Ohio 
THOMAS MICHAEL COMPTON Robinson Creek 



CONNIE SUE CONIBEAR Bowling Green. Ohio 
MICHAEL WILLIAM CONNELLY Louisville 
LINDA ARLENE COOK Lebanon, Ohio 
LYNDA ANN COOK Cincinnati, Ohio 
PAULA ANNE COOK Lebanon, Ohio 




560 Freshmen/Cau-Coo 




Masses of students stand 
distribution in Powell Center 



line at refrigerator 



PAULA SUE COOK Covington 
JUDITH ANNETTE COOPER MaysviJ 
LADONNA VEE COOPER Barlow 
ALLISON E. COPONY Louisville 
TERRIE JO CORDLE Ashland 



DEBORAH LEE CORMAN Stanford 
SHARON KAYE CORNETT Middlesboro 
ROBIN LEIGH CORR Cincinnati, Ohio 
CLAY TAGGART COTTONGIM Shefbyville 
WILMER JR. COUCH Albany 



BARNEY ALLAN COULTER Louisville 
DEBORAH ANN COULTER Danville 
LOIS ANN COULTER Taylorsville 
SANDRA JEAN COULTER Danville 
ROXIE GENITA COVINGTON Windsor 



Freshmen/Coo-Cob 561 



JOHN WILLIAM COWAN Winchester 
BRENDA DIANE COX Pinevilie 
RANDY E. COX Cincinnati, Ohio 
RICHARD WILLIS COX Henderson 
TERRY ALAN COX Corbin 



TIMOTHY LEO COX Fern Creek 

LYNDA KATHRYN CREA Cincinnati. Ohio 

LOUISE B. CRESS Burlington 

DOTTIE LYNN CROSS Aibany 

JAMES BUFORD CROUCH Springfield 



SAMMY JOE CRUM AshJand 
JANIS CAROL CRUME Bloomfield 
CHARLES CRUSE Louisville 
DANIEL KEITH CUPP Valley Station 
JOHN FRANKLIN CUSTIS Lebanon, Ohio 



TINA DANELAK Kettering, Ohio 
DEBRA LEIGH DARLING Richmond 
AGATHA MARIE DAUGHERTY Vine Grove 
[ACQUELINE ANN DAUGHERTY Cincinnati, Ohio 
NANCY ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY Louisville 





This student takes advantage of a ravine bench to review between classes. 



562 FreshmenCow-Dau 



Classes Begin: The Real Work Starts 




BARBARA |EAN DAVIS Corbin 
DEBRA SUE DAVIS Aurora, Indiana 
LAURA LEE DAVIS Kingsport. Tennessee 
LINDA BELLE DAVIS Corbin 
MEARINDA JEAN DAVIS Barbourviile 



RONI DAVIS Lawrenceburg, Indiana 
CARRIE LEE DEAN Harrodsburg 
GORDON EUGENE DEAN Louisville 
BENNETT WILLS DEATON Confluence 
DANIEL WAYNE DEELY Louisville 



DEBORAH )EAN DEITRICK Columbia, Maryland 
KEITH WAYNE DELANEY Danville 
ABEL R. DE LEON Rineyville 
DOROTHY ANN DELONG Lancaster 
MARVIN D. DENLINGER New Lebanon, Ohio 



RENEE JOAN DENMAN Vandaiia. Ohio 
JAMES F. DENNIS JR. Miamisburg. Ohio 
MARJORIE LAWSON DENTON Flemingsburg 
PATTI JODENTON Flemingsburg 
TERESA [EAN DERONDE LoveJand, Ohio 



NANCY LYNN DETRICK Kettering, Ohio 
CAROLYN SUE DEWEES Russell 
RUTH ANN DIDIER Jeffersontown 
DENNIS O'DELL DIXON Hamilton, Ohio 
WILLIAM CURTIS DIZNEY Corbin 



MAUREEN E. DOLAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
JULIA DELL DOLLAR Russell 
DENNIS MICHAEL DONAHUE Oregon, Illinois 
KATHLEEN MARIE DONATHAN Lima, Ohio 
PATTI KAY DONEGAN Kettering, Ohio 



VICTORIA CLARE DONOHUE Louisville 
THOMAS DAWSON DOOLEY Newport 
DEBORAH ANN DOTY LaGrange 
DEBRA JEAN DOUGLAS Danville 
GUY E. DOUTAZ Falmouth 



NANCY LOUISE DOWLING Cincinnati, Ohio 
LOIS ELAINE DRAKE Louisville 
PATRICIA LYNN DRAKE Stanton 
CONNIE JANE DROZ Louisville 
DENISE DUFF Versailles 



Freshmen/Dav-Duf 563 



Refrigerators: The Challenge Of Moving 



ALTHEA RAE DUNAWAY Miamisburg. Ohio 
BOBBI ANN DUNLAP Versailles 
ROBERT WILLIAM DUNN Jackson 
KIM MARZELLE DUPLAIN Louisville 
AMELIA KATHERINE DURBIN Richmond 



TRISH MAE DURBIN Louisville 

KENNETH ELWOOD DYEHOUSE Crab Orchard 

COLETTE SUZANNE DYER Jefferson ville 

CAROLYN S. EADS Frankfort 

DAVID R. EARLE Middlesboro 



GREGORY LYNN EBEL Versailles 
KATHY V. EDELEN Bardstown 
TOM S. EDLIN Loveland, Ohio 
PAMELA SUE EDWARDS Grover Hill, Ohio 
PEGGY L. EDWARDS Annville 



DOUGLAS (AMES EIFERT Erianger 
PATRICIA ANN ELAM Sandy Hook 
JOANN ELKINS Pikeville 
CANDACE LEE EMBRY Leitchfield 
DIANE ENGLECorbin 



LAURA M. ENZWEILER Meiborne 
DOROTHY ROWE EPLING Berea 
DEBORAH ANNE ESKR1DGE Louisville 
CAROLYN MARIE ETHERINGTON Richmond 
KAREN ANN EUBANKS Louisville 



MARK EDWARD EUTON South Shore 
BILL EVANS Louisville 
MARGARET LYNN EVANS Fort Thomas 
NANCY ANN GANLEY New Albany. Indiana 
ELLEN R. EVERMAN Covington 



JANICE KAREN EVERSMAN Fort Thomas 
DEBRA EARLINE EVERSOLE Fairdale 
CONNIE SUE FARGO Fort Thomas 
KIMBERLY S. FARLEY Jenkins 
PAMELA DENISE FARMER Jeffersontown 



JAMES RUSSELL FARRIS Louisville 
MICKEY FAULK CULLMAN. Alabamia 
ELIZABETH ANN FAULKNER Jenkins 
LESLIE ANN FAULKNER Louisville 
BARBARA LYNNE FAUSZ Cold Spring 




564 Freshmen/Dun-Fau 




JOHN LOGAN FEATHER Danville 
DONNA MARIE FEISTRITZER Danville 
KATHY BEATRICE FENTRESS Louisville 
DENNIS RANDALL FERRELL Eiizabethtown 
LYNN KAY FIELDS Paris 



DANA LYNN FILBERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBRA LYNNE FINLEY Manchester 
JONI CAROL FINNELL ViJJa Hills 
[AMES LOUIS FITZGERALD Harrodsburg 
MICHAEL LEE FLAIRTY Alexandria 



BECKY LYNN FLORA Versailles 
NANCY KAREN FONVILLE Ft. Mitchell 
ROBERT GORDON FORSBERG. JR. 

Jamestown, New York 
DEBORAH ANN FORTH Decatur, Illinois 
KAREN LYNNE FRANCK Louisville 



NANCY JANE FRANK Hardinsburg 
DONNA SUE FRANKE Fairdale 
SHERRY LEE FRANKS Jenkins 
JOE MILLER FRAZIER Webster 
WAYNE FRAZIER Lexington 



Coeds find easy ways to transport refrigerators. 



Freshmen/Fea-Fra 565 



JEFFERY LEE FREED Dayton, Ohio 
LINDA JEAN FREESE Anchorage 
PAULA )EAN FRERMAN Louisvilie 
JERRY D. FREW St. Clairsville 
KATHLYNN FRITH Cincinnati. Ohio 



MARY SUSAN FRITSCH Louisvilie 
BILLY M. FRYER Paris 
VICKI KAYE FRYMAN Cynthiana 
DEBR A ELLEN FUGAZZI Lexington 
SHARON LEWIS FUGATE Hazard 



MONICA R. FULTON Cincinnati, Ohio 
PEGGY SUSAN GAFFNEY Lancaster 
DENISE MARIE GAITHER Louisvilie 
MARY MELINDA GALLAGHER Hiiisboro, Ohio 
JOHN CALVIN GALLOWAY Houston, Texas 



DAVID JOSEPH Gardner Louisville 
DEBRA JEAN GARNETT Ar/ay 
DAVE EDWARD GARR Shepherdsvilie 
BARBARA J. GARRETT West Carroiiton. Ohio 
DAVID L. GELTER Cincinnati. Ohio 



MARY CHARLOTTE GENTRY Irvine 
MARY ANGELA GERST Louisvilie 
ELLEN M. GIBBS Lexington 
CLAUDIE ALICE GIBSON BarbourvilJ 
MARTHA ROSE GIBSON Erlanger 








As warm weather prevails many students are often found studying in the ravine. 



566 Freshmen/Fre-Gib 



The EKU Campus Is A Studiers Haven 




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MELISSA LEE GIBSON Lexington 
DAVID EARL GILBERT Somerset 
FLORA JEAN GILLILAND Freeborn 
PENNY RAE GILMORE Harrodsburg 
ELIZABETH JOAN GIVENS Echols 



LISA A. GOETZ Highland Heights 
DONNA JEAN GOLIGHTLY Louisville 
BARBARA SUE GOSSETT Kettering. Ohio 
SARA LYNN GOOCH Lexington 
SHEILAH BETH COVER Danville 



KATHY SUE GRACEY Coraopolis, Pennsylvania 
DEBRA ANN GRAF Louisville 
DAVID CARPENTER GRAHAM 

Charleston, West Virginia 
LINDA GAIL GRAHAM Sheibyvilie 
PHILIP LEE GRAHAM Hustonville 



HELEN C. GRAVES Louisville 
ELAINE T. GRAYSON Erlanger 
REBECCA L. GREAR Cynthiana 
DONNA GREATHOUSE Madison, Indiana 
FRED BOWLES GREEN Lebanon 



STEVEN DWANE GREEN Lawrenceburg 
CYNTHIA LOUISE GREENE Fern Creek 
PENNY L. GREENE Wilmington, Ohio 
TERI LYNNE GREENE Winchester 
MERCEDES ANN GREENWELL LaGrange 



JOANNE GREGORY Manchester 
MARGARET MARY GREGORY Covington 
JO ANN GRIFFEY Willisburg 
JANET MARIE GRIFFIN Covington 
GARY JOE GRIFFITH Greenup 



JAMES C. GRIFFITH Erie, Pennsylvania 
ROGER OWEN GRIM Paintsville 
LINDA ANN GRIMES Louisville 
ELIZABETH JANE GRISE Richmond 
JANET LYNN GROEZINGER Columbus, Ohio 



FREDA JOYCE GROSS South Irvine 
SUE ANN GROVER MaysviUe 
KATHY L. GRUBBS Louisville 
DIANE L. GRUENINGER Cincinnati. Ohio 
PATRICIA L. GRUNDMAN Pikevilie 



Freshmen/Gib-Gru 567 



Preparing for the chilly fall weather, this coed trys on 
an Eastern ski cap. 



JOHN McELROY GRUNDY Lebanon 
ALLEN KIMMEL GRUNER Louisville 
GLENNA JOYCE GUFFEY Hazard 
SANDRA MILLICENT GUKEISEN 

/effersonville. Indiana 
SHARANA. GWYNN Louisville 



GEORGE STEVEN GYURIK South Portsmouth 

BRUCE HACKER Big Creek 

NINA A. HACKER Richmond 

RUTH MARIE HAEGELE Covington 

CRAIG THEODORE HAFER Cincinnait, Ohio 



CONNIE BELLE HAFLEY Harrodsburg 
MARILYN ROSE HAFLEY Hustonville 
THERESE ANNE HAGEDORN Alexandria 
CHARLES LEE HAHN. JR. Lawrenceburg 
CONSTANCE LEE HALBAUER Cincinnati, Ohio 



PATTI LEE HALCOMB Corbin 
BRENDA JOYCE HALL South Shore 
CONNIE GAIL HALL Whitesburg 
DAVE BRENT HALL South Shore 
DAVID M. HALL Louisville 



DONNA SUZANNE HALL Campbellsburg 
JOAN PATRICIA HALLORAN Cincinnati. Ohio 
PATRICIA GAIL HALSTEAD Pikeville 
CHERRY LEIGH HAMILTON Louisville 
DAVID DWAIN HAMILTON Wheatiey 




568 Freshmen/Gru-Ham 



University Store Offers More Than Books 




Back on campus for fall semester, this student inspects 
new line of Eastern shirts. 



LOUIS GERARD HAMILTON Lebanon 
MARY ANN HAMILTON Lebanon 
GEORGINA HAMPTON Lockland, Ohio 
JEFFREY S. HANDMAN Louisville 
KIMBERLEA JEAN HANEY Brookville, Ohio 



SUE ANN HANSCOM Louisville 
KATHY JEAN HARBIN PineWlle 
JEFFREY L. HARDEN Newport 
RUEL THOMAS HARDIN Burgin 
BEVERLY K. HARLOW Louisville 



LAURA JEANNE HARNEY Jackson 
HARRIS HARPEL Clarksville. Tennessee 
LINDA SUE HARPER Centerville. Ohio 
EDGAR A. HARRIS JR. Chesfertown, Maryland 
JUDY LANE HARRISON CampbeiJsviiie 



JEFFERY SMITH HART Louisville 
JANET LEIGH HARTER Columbus. Ohio 
JAMES M. HARTSON Calais, Vermon! 
JEAN FRANCES HARVEY Mason, Ohio 
JANICE LYNNE HASTINGS Cincinnati, Ohio 



DANIEL FERGUSON HAUGHEY Springfield. Ohio 
MARILYN KAY HAWKINS Burgin 
BRUCE HAYDEN Nicholasville 
JANET LEIGH HAYS Lebanon 
DANETTE GAY HAZELETT Pikeville 



Freshmen/Ham-Haz 569 



As fall semester begins, friends gather to talk about 
summer vacation. 




KATHY LYNN HEDGES London, Ohio 
JAMES VERNON HEDRICK Kettering, Ohio 
WILLIAM CONRAD HEED Cincinnati, Ohio 
KATHY ANN HE1L Winchester 
PHILIP SCOTT HELM feffersontowi 



PAMELA ]OY HENDERSON Irvine 
DARLENE DALE HENRY Fairdaie 
MARY ELIZABETH HENSON Lexington 
MARTIN DAVID HEPP Louisville 
JOYCE HERALD Booneville 



DONNA LYNNE HERSHEY South Euclid, Ohio 

CHARLES LEE HESTER Stanford 

ELIZABETH ELLEN HICKEY Jeffersonville, Indiana 

VICKI LYNN HICKMAN Middlesboro 

STEVEN DOUGLAS HIGDON Louisville 



MARILYN ROSE HILS Ft. Thomas 
JOY DIANE HITCH Highland Heights 
REBECCA SUE HOBBIE North Bend, Ohio 
RONDA COLLEEN HOBSON Ashland, Ohio 
DEBORAH JEAN HOCKER Richmond 





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570 Freshmen/Hed-Hoc 



Plaza Fountain Becomes A Meeting Place 




DEBORAH L. HODGE Louisville 
LAURIE KAY HOF Louisville 
CINDY GRACE HOFFMANN Bellevue 
MARY SUSAN HOFFMAN Owensboro 
IULIE HOLBROOK Sordino. Ohio 



STEVEN THOMAS HOLEHAN Louisville 
RANDY JAMES HOLIHAN Camiilus. New York 
ELIZABETH RUTH HOLLINGER Dover, New Jersey 
DONNA JEAN HOLTKAMP Cincinnati. Ohio 
LARRY A. HOLTZAPPLE Lebanon, Ohio 



BERT DOUGLAS HOOD Irvine 
DANIEL ROBIN HOOD Lexington 
DEBRA LYNN HOOVER Hillsboro, Ohio 
JANA KAREN HOOVER Dayton 
JUDY LYNN HORN Richmond 



LEE ANDERSON HORNBACK Louisville 
CINDY LOU HOSKINS Manchester 
MICHAEL LYNN HOSKINS Cincinnati. Ohio 
DAVID ALLEN HOUBEN Highland Hieghts 
LEE ANN HOUSTON Dayton 



ROX ANNE HUBER Louisville 
TRUDY E. HUCKINS Dayton. Ohio 
DEBORAH ANN HUFFMAN Zanesville. Ohio 
SHARON DIANE HUGHES Ft. Riley. Kansas 
DANIEL J. HUGHLETT III Louisville 



GREG ROY HULL Xenia. Ohio 

TERESA ELLEN HUMBLE Westchester, Ohio 

TERESA G. HUMPHRIES Paris 

DARRELL LEE HURT Danville 

JONI KAY HUTCHINSON Williamsburg, Ohio 



PATRICIA C. HUTTON Loveland, Ohio 
ROBIN LEE HYATT Louisville 
JOHNNIE DIAN HYLTON Evanston 
LARRY WILLIS INMAN Harrodsburg 
DOUGLAS GARTIN ISAACS Lebanon 



CAROL ISHAM Harrodsburg 
KELLY MARIE ISING Louisville 
VALERIE ELAINE ISON Lexington 
BRENDA SUE JACINA Lexington 
ANN BRADLEY JACKSON Middlesboro 



Freshmen/Hod-Jac 571 



Meditation Is Part Of Learning 



BRENDA KAY JACKSON Danville 
CORA ETTA JACKSON Pineville 
MARTHA ANN JACKSON Manchester 
SALLIE JACKSON Manchester 
ROBERTA ANN JAMES NicholasviJJe 



DONALD LEE JASPER Cincinnati, Ohio 
BECKY COLLEEN JENKINS Xenia, Ohio 
STEVEN WAYNE JENKINS Stanford 
GEORGIA ANNE JOHNS Nicholasville 
JAMES EDWARD JOHNSON 
Parkersburg, West Virginia 



KAREN JEAN JOHNSON West Carroliton, Ohio 
MICHEAL W. JOHNSON Jeffersontown 
VIRGINIA ANN JOHNSON Irvine 
WANDA CAROLE JOHNSON Richmond 
DEBBIE JONES Danville 



JANEY LEE JONES Richmond 

PATRICIA H. JONES Lexington 

ROBYN LEA JONES Berea 

VICKIE ROSE JONES Waco 

JAMES CLEVELAND JUSTICE. JR. Millard 



KATHY ANN KACKLEY Lexington 
CINDY ANN KAISER Cincinnati, Ohio 
MARIAN CHRISTIAN KECK Hamilton, Ohio 
JAMES LEONARD KEELING Cox's Creek 
BARBARA A. KEEN Bowling Green 



MARY THERESA KEENE Bardstown 
WILLIAM PAUL KEENE Richmond 
RUBY ANN KELLER Harrodsburg 
DEBORAH JO KELLY Covington 
PAULA ANN KELSCH Augusta 



KIM LO KEMO St. Clairsville, Ohio 
CLAUDETTE JAY KESSINGER Eaton, Ohio 
DONNA LYNN KESSLER Louisville 
JUDY GAYLE KETTIG Louisville 
GAYLE KEYS Louisville 



KATHY KICE Louisville 
WILLIAM WALTER KILGORE Pinevil 
BRENDA JOYCE KING Berea 
DONNA J. KING Reading, Ohio 
SUSAN ANN KING Lancaster 




572 Freshmen/Jac-Kin 




Relaxing from his studies. Ihis EKU student takes a 
moment to observe his surroundings. 



JOYCE DAVIDA KINLEY Danville 

J. RANDALL KINSLER Springfield. Ohio 

KITTY LYNN KIRCHNER Louisville 

MICHAEL WILLIAM KIRKENDALL VanWert, Ohio 

SUSAN GATES KIRKLAND Danville 



DAVID S. KJELBY Monroe. Ohio 
MARY BETH KLENSCH Taylor Mill 
STEPHEN THOMAS KLOTZ Louisville 
NANCY DIANE KOELER Covington 
BEVERLY ANN ROLLER Louisville 



PATRICIA A. KOLLSTEDT Fairfield. Ohio 

H. BERNARD KOONTZ Louisville 

PAMELA ANN KOTHEIMER Richmond, Virginia 

LOUISE ANN KOURY Louisville 

MARY CAROL KRAEMER Cincinnati. Ohio 



KIMBERLY ANN KRAUSE Louisville 
ELAINE MARIE KREMER Louisville 
WINTHROP HENRY KRETMAN. (R. Owensboro 
STEPHEN JOSEPH KRIVDA Fern Creek 
TIMOTHY DALE KRUEGER Cresent Springs 



CATHERINE DENISE KUHN Louisville 
PAMELA ANN KUHNI Fl. Thomas 
LAWRENCE KENNETH KUNSMAN Louisville 
MARY LOU LADD Versailles 
C. THOMAS LAKE St. Albans, West Virginia 



Freshmen/Kin-Lak 573 



JOHN BERNARD LAMMERS Louisville 
GREGORY ARTHUR LAMPING Louisville 
ELLEN LANE Louisville 
MARY ELIZABETH LANG Piketon, Ohio 
ROBYN RAE LANGHORST Cincinnati, Ohio 



FRANK GEORGE LAUYANS, ]R. Louisville 

DEBRA KAY LAWSON Cynlhiana 

LYNETTE ELAINE LAWSON BurkesvilJe 

NANCY FAYE LAWSON Lexington 

THOMAS EDWARD LEATHER Frederick. Maryland 



BOBBY TERRELL LEE Greenville 
KAREN ANN LEGERE Louisville 
R. GERARD LEHMAN Alexandria 
VELMA KAY LEHMANN Cincinnati. Ohio 
SANDY GAIL LEIBROCK /efferson, Ohio 



MARY LOUISE LEISINGER Cincinnati. Ohio 
JOANNE LEPERA Hamilton. Ohio 
PATRICK KWOK-HIM LEUNG Hong Kong 
MARGARET ANN LEWIS Middiesboro 
MARY M. LIESER Kettering, Ohio 





Studying together with taped notes helps students better prepare for their classes. 



574 Freshmen/Lam-Lie 



Tape Recorders Are A Study Aid 




PATRICIA LYNNE LILES Louisville 
MARSHA ELAINE LINEBAUGH Lebanon. Ohio 
KAREN ANN LINNENKOHL Dayton. Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN LISEHORA MiJJsboro, Delaware 
ALAN JON LISOWSKI Clifton, New Jersey 



LINDA SUE LITTLER London. Ohio 
SUE C. LIVINGOOD Carlisle 
LILLIAN MAE LOBB Louisville 
EDDY DEAN LOCKER NichoiasviJle 
GEORGE H. LOGAN Louisville 



JENNIE M. LONG Lexington 
SHARON KAYE LONG Albany, New York 
NANCY ELLEN LOTT Pleasure Ridge Park 
MARY ELIZABETH LOVEDAY Williamsbur 
STEVEN LEE LOWDER South Shore 



LINDA DIANE LOWHORN Albany 
DEBRA JEAN LOWMAN Centerviile. Ohio 
JANIE SMITH LOWNSBURY 
Statesville, North Carolina 
MARK DAVID LOZIER Cincinnati, Ohio 
MERRY LYNNE LUCKETT Louisville 



KATHY JEAN LUCKEY Columbus. Indiana 
CAROLYN V. LYEMANCE Louisville 
DEBRA LYNN LYKINS Vanceburg 
ANNA A. LYONS Fairdale 
EMMA L. LYONS Shelbyville 



SOPHIA SUSAN LYONS Brooksville 
BARBARA ANN LYTTLE Manchester 
LENA K. LYTTLE Manchester 
MARY GAIL MACKEY Louisville 
LANE ELMER MADISON Albany 



JOHN RICHARD MADRAS Louisville 
DEBBIE LEE MAFFETT Cynthiana 
MICHAEL STEVEN MAFFETT Richmond 
NINA MAE MAGEL West Milton, Ohio 
MARTHACOPE MAGGARD Hazard 



JUDITH M. MALLETTE Winthrop. New York 
RUTHANNE MALONE Atlanta, Georgia 
TOM MANGUS Richmond 
MINDY LOU MANIFOLD St. Pans. Ohio 
MARY KAYE MARCUM Middlesboro 



Freshmen/Lil-Mar 575 



The Grill Attracts Eaters Of All Ages 



BRETT ALLAN MARINER Lexington 
FRED DAVID MARLOWE Bradfordsviile 
NANCY YVONNE MARMIE BarnsviUe, Ohio 
LAURA MARTIN MARSHALL Cynthiana 
SUSAN LYNN MARSHALL Cincinnati, Ohio 



ELIZABETH MARTIN Danville 
S. SCOTT MARTIN Lawrenceburg 
TERRI MARTIN Allen Park, Michigan 
ROSEMARY MASON Orlando 
DANIEL THOMAS MATOUSCH 
Haddon Field, New Jersey 



CHARLA ANNE MATTINGLY Hardinsburg 
MARY ELLEN MATTINGLY Glasgow 
STUART LEE MATTINGLY Springfield 
BRIDGET GAIL MAUNEY Louisville 
BARBARA SUZANNE MAY Frankfort 



DANITA LYNN MAYNARD RadcJiff 
SHERRI LYNN MAYNE Berea 
NEIL PAUL MAYS Newark, Ohio 
SHEILA ANN McCANE BrooksviiJe 
MARGARET ANNA McCARTY Cincinnati, Ohio 



SUSAN R. McCASLAND Champlain. New York 

KAREN LEAH McCHESNEY Richmond 

KAREN LYNN McCRACKEN Indianapolis. Indiana 

JAMES LYNN McCREERY Brandenburg 

JILL ANDREA McCUNE Columbus, Ohio 



SHEREE LYNN McDAVID Burlington 
DAVID L. McDERMOTT Latonia 
GARY ALLEN McFARLAND North Middletown 
MICHAEL GEORGE McFERREN Southgate 
JOSEPH WHAYNE McGINNIS Louisville 



MARY CATHERINE McGUIRE Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIARD McINTOSH Kings Mills, Ohio 
GEORGE PATRICK McINTYRE Lexington 
JO E, McKINLEY Louisville 
RICHARD LOUIS McQUADY Louisville 



JUDITH LINDA McQUEEN McKee 
DEBBIE McWHORTER Tyner 
REBECCA LOU McWHORTER Albany 
PAULA JEAN MEADE Lexington 
WILLIAM KEITH MEDLEY Shelbyville 




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576 Freshmen/Mar-Med 




This youngster enjoys a ham special in the gril 
with his father. 



DANNY RAY MEENACH South Shore 
LLOYD EDWARD MEENACH Foster 
BARBARA JO MEGIE Loveland. Ohio 
MARIANNE THERESA MELVILLE Southgate 
TERRY ANNE MERIDA Lancaster 



DIANA LEE MERRILL Louisville 
NADINE ELOISE MERRITT Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICKY LYNN MERRITT Milford, Ohio 
ROBERT MICHAEL MESSMER Verona 
LINDA GAIL METCALFE New Haven 



ANTIONETTE LOUISE MEYER EJsmere 
ANABEL MIDDEN Cynthiana 
JUDITH LYNN MIKLES Louisville 
BRENDA GAIL MILBURN Louisville 
BEVERLY KAYE MILEY Brdoksviile 



GARY DELYN MILLER Whitley City 
LINDA KAREN MILLER Prestonsburg 
PAMELA ELAINE MILLER Hardinsburg 
THOMAS ALAN MILLS Frankfort 
STEPHEN WAYNE MINTON Lexington 



KIM MELINDA MISEGADES Louisville 
KATHLEEN JULIET MITCHELL Ashland 
KEVIN CHARLES MITCHELL Teaneck, New Jersey 
TERRY ANN MITTLER Ft. Mitchell 
ELLEN S. MOELLER Ft. Thomas 



Freshmen/Mee-Moe 577 



WALTER LEE MOFFETT Laurenceburg 
KAREN DUDLEY MONTGOMERY Versai. 
KATHY SUE MONTGOMERY Richmond 
DARLENE MOORE SaJyersviJJe 
DEBORAH JANE MOORE Springfield 



KIMBERLY JEAN MOORE Jamestown, Ohio 
ELIZABETH ANN MORGAN Miami, Florida 
KATHLEEN ANN MORGAN Highland Heights 
BRIAN LEE MORRETT Troy. Ohio 
DIANE S. MORRIS Dayton, Ohio 



KATHIE MARIE MORRIS Cincinnati, Ohio 
STANLEY KEITH MORRIS Harrodsburg 
FAYE WINONA MOSBY Brookneal, Virginia 
HENRY C. MOSER II Louisville 
CHRISTOPHER MOSES Gray 



MARY LYNN MOSS Louisville 

STEVE W. MOSS Perryville 

MARY P. MOWER Minnetonka, Minnesota 

PAUL R. MOYER Troy, Ohio 

[ANE ERLENE MUDD Springfield 



DEBBIE fANE MUELLER Covington 
MARCIA ANN MUELLER Louisville 
MARY LEE MUIR Bardstown 
SHARON LEE MUNCH Columbus, Ohio 
CHARLYN VIOLET MUNCY Hyden 



Performing in Brock Auditorium in early October, 
Harry Chapin delights the audience. 




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578 Freshmen/Mof-Mun 



Concerts Offer Enjoyment, Culture 




GAIL E. MUNDY Cincinnati, Ohio 

DONNA JEAN MUNTZ Cynthiana 

STEVEN L. MURPHY Springboro, Ohio 

KEN ANTHONY MURRAY Richmond 

ROBBIN LYNN MURRAY Ocean View, Delaware 



BOBBIE JEAN NAPIER Saul 
DIANE CAROL NEAL McKee 
REBECCA RAE NEFF Irvington 
DONNA C. NELSON Louisville 
FREDA ANN NETHERY Louisvil 



EDWARD D. NETTLE Canai FuJlon, Ohio 
JULIA LEE NEWBY Springfie/d 
VAN C. NIANOURIS Columbus, Ohio 
KATHRYN JEAN NIXON Fern Creek 
LARRY RAY NOLAN Louisville 



CYNTHIA ANN NOLAND Irvine 
MARIAN NOONING Valley Station 
JANICE MARIE NORENBERG Louisvil 
TOM E. NORRIS Louisville 
WAYNE KEITH NORRIS Bardstown 



KENNETH CALVIN NUNN Louisville 
SHERRIE LYNN NUNN Louisville 
KEITH LEE NUTTER Louisville 
DANA KENTON OAKS Columbus, Ohio 
M. BETH OAKS Morganfield 



PATRICIA MARIE OBER Erlanger 

NANCY MARIE OBERSCHMIDT Cincinnati, Ohio 

KEVIN ROBERT O'BRIEN Xenia, Ohio 

MARK HARLAN OCHSENBEIN Fern Creek 

ROBERT HAROLD O'CONNELL Nicholasville 



DIANA MARIE OGDEN Cincinnati, Ohio 

PROMISE EZEKIEL OGULU Nigeria 

GARY BRUCE OKESON Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

JOSEPH G. ORMES Louisville 

DEBORAH LYNN OSCHWALD Versailles 



ANNA PEARL OSLEY Jenkins 

ROBIN D.OTT Louisville 

ROSE MARIE OTT Louisville 

DANA CHARLES OVERALL Ashland 

CHARLES EDWARD OVERLY Silver Spring. Maryland 



Freshmen/Mun-Ove 579 



Open Stacks Add To Library Accessibility 



WILLIAM EARL PACEY Frankfort 
MELODY LYNN PALM Alexandria 
MICHELLE PARKER Fern Creek 
MOLLY JANE PARKER Mariemont, Ohio 
THELMA DIANE PARKER Alexandria 



JOHN MARK PARROTT Harrodsburg 
KIMBERLEE )EAN PARSONS Pineviile 
LINDA SUE PARTIN Frakes 
ARTHUR L. PASCAL Peekskiil, New York 
BOBBY WAYNE PATTERSON Versailles 



DARA A. PAVESE Lexington 

DANIEL DALE PAYNE Jeffersontown 

EDITH PEAKE Fleming 

DARRELL GLENN PEAVLER Harrodsburg 

CINDY ANN PECK Stanford 



HAPPY RAY PERKINS Lexington 
PEGGY ANN PERKINS Florence 
TAMMIE S. PERKINS Vandalia. Ohio 
WILLIAM LOUIS PESCI Danville 
EUGENE MARK PETERSON Lebanon 



RON KEITH PETTY Newark. Ohio 
ANDREA H. PFISTER Hamilton, Ohio 
BEVERLY SUE PHELPS Norwood. Ohio 
CAROLYN SUE PHELPS Columbia 
SUSAN MARIE PHELPS Louisville 



AMY L.PHILLIPS Hazard 
ANN MARCEL PHILLIPS Frankfort 
DIANE LEE PHILLIPS Vandalia, Ohio 
KATHY M. PHILLIPS London, Ohio 
ROBERT S. PHILPOTT Fern Creek 



VINCENT JAMES PIAZZA Jamestown, New York 
JANETTA GWYNN PIERCE Louisville 
CRAIG L. PIGG West Springfield. Virginia 
DEBORAH LYNN PITZER Covington 
RITA GAIL PLATT Cynthiana 



HOWARD DAVID POE Paris 
RAYMOND WALTER POLHEMUS 

Clarksburg. New Jersey 
DAVID LAWRENCE POLLETT Fern Creek 
EDITH RAE PONDER Berea 
MAXIE CAROL POTTER Elkhorn City 




580 Freshmen/Pac-Pot 




Judy Oatts is seen as she takes a book from the 
vast selection in the library. 



LISA JO POWELL Berea 

LYNN LORRAINE POWELL Xenia. Ohio 

NANCY ELLEN POWELL Richmond 

FRANK MURRELL POWERS Pennsville. New Jersey 

GEORGANNE POWERS Williamstoivn 



MARIBETH PR ACER Edgewater Park, New Jersey 
JANE GAIL PRESTON Danville 
KAREN GENE PRESTON Lancaster 
JOHN FRANCIS PRICE Louisville 
RUTH M. PRICE Louisville 



STEPHANIE KAY PUCKETT London, Ohio 
ROGER CHRIS PUFFER Lexington 
LU ANN PULLIAM Cynthiana 
KATHY QUALLS Louisville 
MELONY ELAYNE QUIRE Bagdad 



PEGGY RACK Cincinnati. Ohio 
BARBARA SUE RADER Danville 
WILBUR ALLEN RADER Pleasure Ridge Park 
KATHLEEN SUSAN RAINS Pineville 
SUSAN KAY RAMBO Frankfort 



MIKE F. RAMIREZ Cincinnati. Ohio 
LARRY EDWARD RAMSEY Albany 
SUSAN GAIL RANDOLPH Louisville 
CHERI DEE RANKIN Chicago. Illinois 
LARRY RAPIER Pineville 



Freshmen/Pow-Rap 581 



Melissa Vliek and Janice Garback rescue a frightened 
kitten from a tree. 



TERESA LEA RATLIFF Elkhorn City 

LISA ANN RAY Richmond 

RICKY BURTON RAY Lancaster 

DEBORAH ANN RAYMOND Beaver, Pennsylvania 

MARY ELIZABETH REHKAMP Florence 



KATHY ANN REICHARD Lexington 
RICHARD HAROLD RENEAU Albany 
THERESA PULIDO REYES Harlan 
CHRISTIME E. REYNOLDS Arcanum, Ohio 
VERA FAYE RHEA Milford. Ohio 



VIKI LIN RHODES Cincinnati. Ohio 

YVONNE RHODES Manchester 

GERALD A. RICH Cincinnati, Ohio 

JACQUELYN SUE RICHARDSON Bowersvilfe, Ohio 

KEITH DOUGLAS RICHARDSON Bagdad 



EDDIE G. RIDDLE Frankfort 
MARLA FAYE RIDENOUR Louisvil 
GREGORY L. RIGGS Frankfort 
MIRIAM LEE RIGSBY Catlettsburg 
ANNEATTA GAIL RILEY Neon 




582 Freshmen/Rat-Ril 



'Good Deeds' Are Prevalent 




GEORGETTA RILEY Harlan 

FREDA [EAN RISON Lexington 

CATHY JANE RITCHIE Cynthiana 

GREGORY IRVIN ROBERTS Lawrence burg, Indiana 

ROY LeMAl !R ROBERTS Richmond 



BETTY SUSAN ROBINSON Williamsburg 
CONNIE KAYE ROBINSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
[ACQUELINE P. ROBINSON Dayton, Ohio 
NORMA DAVEEN ROBINSON Orlando 
SANDRA MARIE ROBINSON Beilevue 



SHARON LEE ROBINSON Waverly. Ohio 

CATHY A. ROMMEL Louisville 

DONNA KAYE ROSE Irvine 

ELICE JOY ROSENSTROM Bayport, New York 

RICHARD BRIAN ROSS Lakeland, Florida 



LINDA SUSAN RUSH Portsmouth. Ohio 
KEVIN PAUL RYAN Louisville 
SHIRLEY ANN SADLER Louisville 
DIANE F. SALLEE Lexington 
BARBARA LEE SAMMONS Lexington 



DAVID CHRISTOPHER SANDERS Danville 
JACKIE ANN SARGENT Verona 
DEBORAH ALICE SATTICH Louisville 
DENISE MARDELL SAVAGE Hebron 
VICKI LYNN SCALF Cincinnati, Ohio 



DAVID MICHAEL SCARLOTT Louisville 
BILLIE JEAN SCHANEN Anchorage 
MARIE L. SCHLEIFER Frankfort 
JOHN LUKE SCHMIDT Falmouth 
MARK LOUIS SCHMIDT Greenville 



GREGORY JAMES SCHMITT Alton. Illinois 
KEITH BROWN SCHNEIDER Westervilie. Ohio 
JULIA CAROLE SCHOOLER Fisherville 
STEPHEN ERWIN SCHROEDER Louisville 
DEBRA K. SCHULTE Ft. Wright 



NANCY R. SCHULTES Wenonah. New Jersey 
BECKY G. SCHULTZ Louisville 
DONNA ANN SCHULTZ Midway 
LOU ANN SCHULZE Englewood, Ohio 
LOUISE MAY SCHWANTES Georgetown 



Freshmen/Ril-Sch 583 



The Ravine Can Be An Outdoor Classroom 



NANCY JO SEIBERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANIEL MARK SEITHERS West Union, Ohio 
JULIE ANN SELM Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBRA LEE SHANNON VaJJey Station 
KENITA MARLENE SHARP Turners Station 



LINDA DIANE SHARPE CampbelisviJJe 
KENT DOUGLAS SHEANSHANG Ft. Thomas 
JEFF A. SHEETS Newark. Ohio 
LILLIAN REBECCA SHELTON Somerset 
RHONDA JEAN SHELTON Cincinnati, Ohio 



|AMES FREDERICK SHERMAN 

Lebanon, Pennsylvania 
THOMAS HARDIN SHERROD Lexington 
SUSAN JANE SHEVELOW Miamisburg, Ohio 
RALPH DAVID SHEW Richmond 
JEFFREY B. SHOULDICE 

Battle Creek, Michigan 



BRUCE WAYNE SHOWALTER VanWert, Ohio 
CONNIE DIANE SHRULL Centertown 
SHARON LEE SHUTZ Lin wood. New Jersey 
DEBORAH LYNN SIEVERT Ft. Mitchell 
ARMIN LESTER SIMPSON Danville 



BOBBY RAY SIMPSON Richmond 
GLENN B. SINGLETON Somerset 
NEAL ALLEN SKINNER Louisville 
ERNEST TIMOTHY SLUSHER Pineville 
ERNESTINE MARYE SLUSHER Pinevilie 



CONNIE DELORES SMITH Morrow, Ohi 
DIANNE ELAINE SMITH Monticelio 
DONNA JEAN SMITH Cincinnati, Ohio 
JANET LEIH SMITH Whitesburg 
JUDITH ANN SMITH Springfield 



KAREN EDWINA SMITH Louisville 
KATHY DIANE SMITH Kettering 
PAMELA S. SMITH Vandalia 
RODERICK W. SMITH Cynthiana 
SANDRA LYNN SMITH Lebanon, Ohio 



SHARON KAY SMITH Crestwood 
SHARON LEE SMITH Richmond 
SYLVIA DIANE SMITH Bardstown 
TERESA ANN SMITH Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM GREGORY SMITH Lexington 




584 Freshmen/Sei-Smi 




GLORIA SMUDA Rockville, Maryland 
CYNTHIA ANNE SNOWDEN Danville 
JILL ELLEN SOMOGY Cleveland. Ohio 
ELIZABETH ANN SPARKS West VanLear 
JOY GAIL SPARROW Bondville 



NITA LOU SPEAKES Burgin 
MARTHA JANE SPENCER Slanlon 
KAREN LYNN SPILLER Bethel, Ohio 
ROBIN SUE SPILLER Englewood, Ohio 
JENNIFER JANE SPIRES Mt. Vernon 



SUSIE GAY SPURLOCK Louisville 

SHERRY RENEE STAMM Vanceburg 

MICHAEL CRATEN STAPLETON Cardington, Ohio 

DORA SUE STATHERS Lancaster 

ANDREA HOPE STEELY Anchorage 



BARBARA ANN STEFFAN Buffalo, New York 

JACKIE LEE STEEPE Booneville 

CECILIA GEORGETTE STERRETT Jeffersontown 

BRUCE STEVENS Grayson 

ROGER THOMAS STEVENS Lexington 




This Spanish class changes it's atmosphere by moving outside to the ravine. 



Freshmen/Smu-Ste 585 



Making jewelry is one of the many things thai is 
learned in dormitory activities. 



GENEVA LYNN STEWART Owenton 
MICHAEL DONALD STICKLING Ft. Thomas 
DEBRA CAY STINSON Richmond 
LINDA BETH STOKES Lebanon. Ohio 
PAULA JEAN STOLTZ Lexington 



KEITH ALLAN STOWERS ShiveJy 
LACY E. STRADER Lexington 
GARY G. STRANGE Louisville 
DONNA LEE STRATTON Cincinnati. Ohio 
TERRY LOU STRATTON Pikeville 



AMANDA LEA STREETMAN Louisville 
DENNIS EDWARD STRONG Irvine 
TERESA LYNN STUCK West Carroilton. Ohio 
LINDA SUE STUCKER Sylvania. Ohio 
VICKI LYNN STUTZMAN Hebron 



SHERRY LEE SULLIVAN Louisville 
ELEANOR R. SUMME Ft. Mitchell 
DEBORAH KAY SUTHERLAND Shelbyville 
BEVERLI RENEA SWANGO Ft. Thomas 
LAURA L. SWAYZEE Louisville 



DARLENE SWINEY Elkhorn City 
JAMES BARCLAY TABOR Lebanon 
MICHAEL CARL TALLENT Albany 
JOSEPH LEO TARULLO Louisville 
DAVID SYDNEY TATE Richmond 




586 Freshmen/Ste-Tat 



Dorm Activities Offer More Learning 




DEBORAH ELAINE TATTER Louisville 
CLYDE MIKE TAYLOR Nicholasville 
JOYCY ANN TAYLOR Pineviife 
PAUL DAVID THOENY Cold Spring 
DAVID L. THOMAS West Union. Ohio 



DOUGLAS PAUL THOMAS Pleasure Ridge Park 
TERESA ANN THOMAS Cincinnati, Ohio 
BONNIE JEAN THOMPSON Danville 
ROBERT LEE THOMPSON Ft. Thomas 
SALLY ELISE THOMPSON Paris 



THOMAS ROBERT THOMPSON LouisviJie 
VIRGINIA CAROL THOMPSON Pikeville 
NORA ROXANNE TISHEUAR Jeffersontown 
TONI DIANE TOWNSON Florence 
SHERRY LEE TRACY Richmond 



DOREEN TRAVIS Carroliton 

WILLIAM DANIEL TRIMPE Cincinnati. Ohio 

MARY ELIZABETH TRITSCHLER Brandenburg 

ANN CORENE TROXLE LouisviJie 

TERESA LYNN TRUE Frankfort 



PEGGY LEE TUCKER Florence 
TINA JO TUCKER Campbellsville 
DAVID BRIAN TUGGLE Williamsburg 
LEAH )EAN TUGGLE Monticeilo 
EMMA CHARLOTTE TURNER Ta/bert 



MARGARET TURNER /ackson 
RANDY JON TURNER Aurora. Indiana 
DEBORAH DEE TYGRETT Sheibyvilie 
GARY D. TYLER Fern Creek 
RICK UNKEFER Canton, Ohio 



MELODY ANN UNDERWOOD Monticeilo 
SHIRLEY A. UPCHURCH Albany 
WAYNE VAHLE Stearns 
JEFFREY LEE VANMETER Louisviiie 
DEBORAH VAUGHN Hawesville 



AMY CAROL VERNON Florence 
JOANNA JEAN VERVILLE Maysville 
CONNIE HOPE VEST Verona 
SUSAN JO VIEL Highland Heights 
MARK FREDRICK VOGEDES Louisviiie 



Freshmen/Tat-Vog 587 



Mid-Terms Spur First Study Crash 



DEBORAH LYNN VOLK Valley Station 
RONALD EUGENE VOLMERING Morrow. Ohio 
DAVID HENRY VONSCHLUTTER Lexinglon 
JOHN EASTON VOORHEES Covington 
MEL1NDA R. VOTAW Springfield, Ohio 



MICHELLE R. WADE Louisville 
JUDITH ANN WAHLERT West Chester. Ohio 
JANET FAYE WAINSCOTT Frankfort 
BEVERLY JEAN WAITS LaGrange 
JANET LEE WALKUP Columbia 



JOSEPH ALAN WALL Lexington 
PAMELA ANN WALLACE Versailles 
SUSAN GAYLE WALLACE Cincinnati. Ohio 
CATHY JO WALTERS Erlanger 
MADELINE PATRICIA WALTZ Middletown 



LEONARD JAMES WANCHOCK 

Sewickley, Pennsylvania 
CANDACE LEE WARD Chardon. Ohio 
CHERI LYNN WARD Lexington 
LOWELL S. WARD Williamsport 
S. LYNN WARD Louisville 



ANGELA GAY WARDRIP Louisville 
SARAH WARTHMAN Erie, Pennsylvania 
PAMELA RAE WASSERMAN Fort Wright 
THEDA KAYE WATKINS Salyersville 
MARY FRED WATSON Richmond 



MARY LYNN WATSON Williamsburg 

RELLA SUE WATTS Nicholasville 

AILEEN CAROLYN WAUGH Wexford, Pennsylvania 

NANCY JO WAYMEYER Highland Heights 

SUSAN WEBB Elkhorn City 



KATHRYN LYNN WEBER Atlanta, Georgia 

LINA LEIGH WELCH Mayking 

DONNA ANN WELLS Cynthiania 

GAIL WELLS London 

PAUL WAYNE WELLS Stanton 



CAROLYN SUE WERNER Newtonsville 
MARTHA SUE WESTERFIELD Hazard 
RANDOLPH PHILLIP WEVER Paris 
DAVID ALLEN WHEELER Paintsville 
E. MARIE WHEELER Berea 




588 Freshmen/Vol-Whe 




Framed by hanging branches, Ron Spurier studies 
contentedly. 



VICKI JO WHEELER Louisville 
WILLIAM L. WHEELER Berea 
GERY CURTIS WHELAN* Brandenburg 
SHERYL ANNE WHITAKER Dayton, Ohio 
ANN LESLE WHITE Louisville 



CHARLOTTE ANN WHITE Lextinton 
SHEILA CAROLINE WHITE Hopkinsvilie 
WILLIAM H. WHITTAKER Richmond 
LINDA S. WICK Kettering, Ohio 
NYOKA ANNE WIERMAN Rosslvn 



BILL WIGGLESWORTH Covington 

TONIA CLARK WIGHT Ft. Thomas 

KAREN RAE WILBURN Cincinnati, Ohio 

KAREN LEA WILEY Owenton 

(AMES TRACY WILKENSON Burnt Hills, New York 



GARY BLAINE WILKERSON Springfield 
BEVERLY ANNE WILLIAMS Hopkinsvilie 
CONNI R. WILLIAMS Lexington 
DONALD LEE WILLIAMS Bethel, Ohio 
ELIZABETH CAROL WILLIAMS Hopkinsvilie 



Freshmen/Whe-Wil 589 



LETTON CHIFTON WILLIAMS Paris 
ROBERT BRUCE WILLIS Pikeville 
VIRGINIA C. WILSON Valley Station 
JILL KRISTINE WING Kettering, Ohio 
WANDA JOY WINKLER Lexington 



KAREN ANN WINCHER Florence 
KAREN ANN WISE Louisville 
WILLIAM RAY WITHERS Cynthiana 
GARY W.WITT Orlando 
JESSIE WALTER WOOD. JR. Cynthiana 



SANDY SUE WOODDELL West /efferson, Ohio 
JUDY LYNN WOODS Dayton. Ohio 
MARY LOU WOODS Florence 
DAVID RAY WOOLET Louisville 
BARBARA WREN Covington 



One is often found daydreaming on a sunny after- 
noon around campus. 




590 Freshmen/Wil-Wre 




Becky Little completes a reading assignment before 
entering class in the Moore building. 



DONNA JO WRIGHT Louisville 

DONNIE N. WRIGHT Harlan 

NANCY MARIE WYANT Charlotte. North Carolina 

CARLA YVONNE WYATT Latoma 

PAMELA ANN YATES /effersontown 



VERNA JILL YATES Louisville 
MARK H. YELLIN Oakiyn, New Jersey 
FRED ANTHONY YORK. JR. Liberty 
JACKIE YORK Albany 
COLEMAN BRITT YOUNG Danville 



HOWARD LEO YOUNG Shelbyviile 
PAULA ANN YOUNG Ft. Mitchell 
VALERIE C. YOUNG Trinidad 
WILLIAM E. YOUNG Tompkinsville 
DONNA ROSE YURT Louisville 



MARIC KIMBALL ZEHNDER Louisville 
RICHARD REID ZUERCHER Louisville 



Freshmen/VVri-Zui 591 



New Faces Join Student Body In January 



DAVID MARTIN AINES Louisville 
ROBERT MILTON' ATKINSON Lexington 
CATHERINE JOYCE BAKER Mount Vernon 
CHARLES THOMAS BRUNER Louisville 
JAMES EDWARD CAULEY Carrolton 



ROY LEE CHAPMAN Pikeville 
ALAN BOYD CHEEK Louisville 
DEBORAH LYNN CHITWOOD Pine Knot 
BILL THOMAS CLARK Manchester 
BAYNARD VINCENT COLLIER Pikeville 



MARK KETIH COOL Albany 
LADDLE HOMER COTTONGIN. JR London 
NANCY SUE CROWLEY Ludlow 
LESTER ALLEN DAUGHERTY Walton 
CARLA EARNEST Richmond 



ROBERT HOWARD ELLINGER Dayton, Ohio 
GLENN WILLIAM ELLIS Frankfort 
DOROTHY E. ETHERINGTON Richmond 
GLENDA LUCILLE FLOYD Yosemite 
LAURA ANN GATHRIGHT Louisville 



MARY VAL GERSTLE Louisville 
CAROL DIANE GIBBS Louisville 
PATRICIA ANNE GLASCOCK Louisville 
MARY ELLEN GREENE Hebron 
JOHN WILLIAM HALBERT Poali. Indiana 



LOUISE HALBERT Shelbyville. Tenne: 
TIM HALL Ravenna 
LINDA SUE HAMILTON Harold 
HARDING G. HARRISON Winchester 
KEN W. HENRY Winchester 



JERRY L. HILLIARD Louisville 
DANIEL F. JONES Wilmore 
SHILA A. KARIMI Dayton. Ohio 
SHERRE H. LACY West Liberty 
NANCY JEAN LONARDO Louisvil 



KAREN S. MCGAHA Columbus. Indiana 
ROBERT MARTIN Louisville 
GEORGE R. MASON. Ill Louisville 
LILLIE E. MILLER Lexington 
JAMES RAY NEELEY Richmond 




592 Underclasses/Second Semester Students 




CINDY S. NEVVCOM Ashland 
NELSON STANLEY NOBLE Forest Park. Georgia 
PHYLLIS MARIE NOE Mounl Vernon 
RACHEL FAITH PATTERSON Fresno. Ohio 
SUSAN DIANE PHILLIPS Shelbvville 



HOWARD JOSEPH PIPES Louisville 
STEPHEN C. POPPAS Jackson 
THOMAS R. PRALL Danville 
EUGENE DOUGLAS RAINS Middlesboro 
JOHN M. RALSTON St. Clairsville. Ohio 



JAMES W. RANKIN Shelbvville 

ROSALYN ANNETTE RATLIFF Pikeville 

SYLVIA FRAN RICHARDSON Raleigh. North Carolina 

BRUCE RIBSBY Lancaster 

MICHAEL MARION SAMMONS Beautv 



THOMAS WALTER SCHULTZ Buffalo. New York 

MIRIAM JANEE SELVIDGE Monticello 

DONNA JEANSKOGLUND Arlington Heights. Illinois 

JOHN LOUIS SLONE Cincinnati. Ohio 

PATSY A. SMITH Corbin 



WILLIAM ALLEN STULL Collinsville. Illinois 
RONALD TALLEY Louisville 
SUSAN JEAN WHEATLEY Columbia. Maryland 
JILL SHANNON WHICKER McKee 
TIMOTHY JOE WHITIS Hustonville 



BILLY E. WILLIAMSON Soloans Valley 
PEGGY JO WINKLE Louisville 
KAREN JEAN WIRES Woosler. Ohio 
DIANA C. YADEN Liberty 
TERRY LEE YEAGER Finchville 



FLOYD SCOTT YOUNG Danville 

DAVID A. ZONCA Lansford. Pennsvlvania 



Underclasses/Second Semester Students 593 




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ABNEY, CECIL; Irvine, Veterans 
Club, p. 425. 

ALEXANDER III, JOSEPH SIM- 
MONS; Lyons, Georgia, p. 425. 

ALEXANDER, KEITH STUART; Lou- 
isville, Black Student Union, Uni- 
versity Ensemble, p. 425. 

ALLEN, BLANDA KAY; Hazard, p. 
425. 

ALLEN, CHARLES R.; Coldwater, 
Michigan, Association of Law En- 
forcement — Vice President, p. 425. 

ALLEN, EMMA JANE; Langley, Wes- 
ley Foundation, p. 425. 

ALSTOTT. MARVIN JAY; New Al- 
bany, Indiana, Wrestling Team, p. 
425. 

ALSUP, RODNEY GLEN; Milton, p. 
425. 

ALTON. KAY KATHY; Monticello, 
Accounting Club, p. 425. 

AMBURGEY, DEBORAH LYNN; Rox- 
ana. Home Economics Club, p. 425. 

ANDERSON, HOLLY BROOKMAN; 
Williamstown. Massachusetts, p. 
425. 

ANDERSON. LESLIE LYNN; Louis- 
ville, p. 425. 

ARLINGHAUS. JAMES ALVIN; Els- 
mere, p. 425. 

ARNETT, JANE ROYCE; Prestons- 
burg, p. 425. 

ARNOLD. PHYLLIS ANN; Perryville, 
p. 425. 



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Senior Credits 

ARNOLD, SCOTT THOMAS; Frank- 
fort, Veterans Club, p. 425. 

ARNSPARGER, NANCY JEAN; Plea- 
sureville, Kappa Delta, Student 
Nursing Association, p. 425. 

ARVIN, CARMON GALE; Lebanon, 
Association of Law Enforcement, 
CWENS, p. 425. 

ASHBY, GARY LEE; Louisville, Vet- 
erans Club, p. 425. 

ASHER, HERMON; Richmond, p. 425. 

ATHA, SHEILA FAYE; Lexington, 
p. 425. 

ATKINS, LORNA KAY; Lexington, p. 
425. 

ATKINS, RONNIE D.; Dayton. Ohio, 
p. 425. 

ATWOOD, EBBA LOUISE; Shelby- 
ville, HPER.p. 425. 

AYDT. PAULA LOUISE; Louisville. 
Milestone, p. 425. 

BABER, DOUGLAS ALLEN; Winches- 
ter, Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, p. 425. 

BACHUS. SUSAN JOAN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio.SNEA, SCECp. 425. 

BAILEY, DEBBIE FAY; Waddy, HPER, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, p. 425. 

BAILEY, GARY SEWELL; Shelby- 
ville, p. 426. 

BAILEY. MICHAEL EDWARD; Rich- 
mond, p. 426. 

BAILEY, STEPHEN L.; Harrodsburg, 
p. 426. 

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BROOK; Washington C.H.. Ohio, 
p. 426. 

BAKER, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS; 
Louisville, Karate Club, p. 426. 

BAKER. JANET L.; Marengo. Ohio. 
Student Senate, Food and Nutrition 
— President, Wesley Foundation, 
p. 426. 

BAKER. JOEL GREG; Coal Grove. 
Ohio, p. 426. 

BALES, DEBRA LOU: New Lebanon, 
Ohio, Project Pal, Sigma Alpha Eta, 
p. 426. 

BANZHAF, BARBARA ALICE; Ft. 
Thomas, p. 426. 

BARBER, BRUCE J.; Louisville. Resi- 
dent Assistant, p. 426. 

BARFIELD, DEBORAH CAROYL; 
Lee City, Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 
426. 

BARNETT, LANA KAY; Harrods- 
burg, p. 426. 

BARNETT, LEE H.; Richmond, p. 426. 

BARNETTE, PHILIP L.; Lexington, 
Veterans Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, 
p. 426. 

BARSOTTI, MARTIN JOSEPH: Ell- 
wood City. Pennsylvania, Tau Kap- 
pa Epsilon — Treasurer, p. 426. 

BARTON. YVONNE SHARON: Cor- 
bin.p. 426. 

BATES, CHARLENE; Owensboro. 
p. 426. 

BATHIANY, DEBORAH LYNN: Ft. 
Thomas. HPER. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
p. 426. 

BATTS, TERESA JEAN; New Castle, 
Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA. p. 426. 

BAUER, BRUCE H.; Richmond, p. 426. 

BAXTER, ROBERT WAYNE; Louis- 
ville, p. 426. 

BEACH. LARRY WILLIAM; Rich- 
mond, p. 426. 

BEAN, JUDITH ANN; Louisville, p. 
426. 

BEARD. DENNIS JAMES; York. Penn- 
sylvania, Alpha Phi Sigma, Associ- 
ation of Law Enforcement, p. 426. 

BEARD, SHIRLEY DIANA: Fairdale. 
Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, p. 426. 

BEAVER, GUY MARC; Long Branch, 
New Jersey, p. 426. 

BECK, LINDA SHARON; Hazard, p. 
426. 

BECKER, TERRY ANNE; Silver 
Grove, Alpha Delta Pi, p. 426. 

BEESON, LISBETH JEAN: Dayton. 
Ohio. Nursing Association, p. 427. 



596 Index & Directory /Senior Credits 



BEESON, ROBERT LEE; Dayton, 
Ohio, Veterans Club, Marketing 
Club, p, 427. 

BEHRENS, SUE M,; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 427. 

BEITLER, RITA M.; Phoenixville, 
Pennsylvania, p. 427. 

BELL, MARY JANE; Tallahassee, 
Florida, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, 
p. 427. 

BENDER, KENNETH CHARLES; 
Neptune, New Jersey, Rifle Team, 
p. 427. 

BENTLEY, BETTINA JO; Raceland, 
Baptist Student Union, Home Eco- 
nomics Club, Rifle Team, p. 427. 

BETZ, EVEANNA KAY; Dayton, 
Ohio, Milestone, p. 427. 

BIBEE, BEVERLEE ANN; Hazard, p. 
427. 

BILLUPS, LORA LEE; Russell, KME, 
Student Senate, Womens Interdorm, 
p. 427. 

BISHER, BRUCE LANE; Norwood, 
Ohio, Men's Interdorm, Lambda 
Alpha Epsilon, p. 427. 

BLAKMAN, ANNE SHIRLEY; Law- 
renceburg, p. 427. 

BLAKEMAN, CAROL ANN; Louis- 
ville, p. 428. 

BLAND, MARY MAXINE; Lebanon, 
p. 428. 

BLAND, MICHAEL LEE; Gabsden. 
Alabama, p. 428. 

BLANKENSHIP, PAULA V.; Louis- 
ville, p. 428. 

BLAYLOCK, LAURA SUE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Trea- 
surer, p. 428. 

BLEVENS, DENISE KAE; Louisville, 
Phi Mu, Student Senate, p. 428. 

BLEVINS, MICHAEL LEE; Center- 
ville, Ohio, p. 428. 

BOATRIGHT, LINDA S.; Lancaster. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Black Student 
Union, University Ensemble, p. 428. 

BOCK, SHERRI L.; Louisville, Wom- 
ens Interdorm, p. 429. 

BODINE, LINDA DAVIS; Springfield, 
ACE, Kappa Delta Pi, Historian, 
SNEA, p. 429. 

BOGGESS, RITA JEANNE; Green- 
ville, Alpha Kappa Delta, Baptist 
Student Union, p. 429. 

BOLTON, WALLACE W.; Middles- 
boro, p. 429. 

BONAR, MARLENE F.; Falmouth, p. 
429. 

BONNETT, JOHN A.; Richmond, 
Kappa Iota Epsilon, p. 429. 



BOOKER, LAVETTA RUTH; Louis- 
ville, p. 429. 

BOWLES, DEBORAH ANN; Brooks- 
ville, Phi Beta Lambda, President, 
p. 429. 

BRADFORD, BRENDA G.; Williams- 
burg, p. 429. 

BRADY, MARY CATHERINE; Day- 
ton, Ohio, p. 429. 

BRANCH, MARY ELIZABETH; Louis- 
ville, Interior Design Club, p. 429. 

BRENTZEL, STEWART EDWARD; 
Louisville, p. 429. 

BREWER, JANICE; Hazard, Pi Omega 
Pi — Secretary, Phi Beta Lambda, 
p. 429. 

BREWER, NADINE I.; Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta — Treasurer, Theta 
ChiDreamgirl, p. 429. 

BROADWATER, RICHARD ROY; 
Richmond, Soil Conservation Club, 
p. 429. 

BROMLEY, TERRY L.; Dry Ridge. 
MENC — President, p. 429. 

BROOKS, BETTY; Oneida, Tennes- 
see, p. 429. 

BROWN, BRENDA ELAINE; Law- 
renceburg, p. 429. 

BROWN, JAMES RAY; Henderson, 
Association of Law Enforcement, 
p. 429. 

BROWN, JANIE WICHAM; Lexing- 
ton, p. 429. 

BROWN, KAREN DOCKERY; Russell 
Springs, Kappa Delta Tau. ACE, 
SCEC, Milestone — Managing Edi- 
tor, p. 429. 

BROWN, KENNETH RAY; Jenkins, 
Industrial Education Club, p. 429. 

BROWN, RICHARD D.; Jenkins. In- 
dustrial Education Club, p. 429. 

BROWN, SAMUEL MORGAN; Camp- 
ton, p. 429. 

BRUSSELL, JAMES LARRY, Bards- 
town, p. 429. 

BRYAN, KAREN ANNETTE; Center- 
ville, Ohio, p. 429. 

BRYAN, TIMOTHY JOSEPH; Dayton, 
Ohio, p. 429. 

BRYANT, ROBERT LYNN; Lexington, 
p. 429. 

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH MICHAEL; 
Florence, I.E.D. Club, IOTA Lamb- 
da Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Industrial 
Education Club — President, p. 430. 

BUCK, BARBARA A.; Louisville, Chi 
Omega — Vice President, Intercol- 
legiate Basketball, Theta Chi — 
Mate, Intramural Sports, p. 430. 

BUEHNER, JAMES KEITH; Farmers- 



ville, Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
College Republicans, Milestone, 
p. 430. 

BUKOWSKI, LOIS ANN; Austin. Indi- 
ana, Home Economics Club, p. 430. 

BULLOCK, JANET LEIGH; Ft. Myers. 
Florida, p. 430. 

BURCH, NANCY L.; Middlesboro. 
Kappa Alpha Theta, College Young 
Republicans, p. 430. 

BURCH, WILLIAM EVERETT; Win- 
chester, p. 430. 

BURDGE, ROBERT ].; Ft. Pierce, 
Florida, Student Senate, President 
— Keene Hall, Member of Men's 
Interdorm, p. 430. 

BURKETT, MICHAEL D.; Cromwell, 
Indiana, p. 430. 

BURLESON, JACKIE; Ft. Thomas. 
House Chairman and Senior Pan- 
hellenic Delegate of Kappa Alpha 
Theta, p. 430. 

BURNS, BARBARA J.; Willisburg, 
Accounting Club, p. 430. 

BURNS, WILLIAM T.; Franklin. Ohio, 
p. 430. 

BURRIS. JAMES S. JR.; Mt. Washing- 
ton, p. 430. 

BURTON, JOHN BISHOP; Arlington 
Heights, Ohio, Kappa Iota Epsilon, 
p. 430. 

BUSH, BEVERLY DELOIS; Bartow, 
Florida, p. 430. 

BUTCHER, THOMAS N.; Somerset. 
President — Alpha Beta Tau, Agri- 
culture Club, p. 430. 

BULTER, DORETTA J.; Lexington, 
Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon 
Omicron, p. 430. 

BUTLER, HANK; Lexington, Industri- 
al Education Club, p. 430. 

CAIRNS, DIANNE MILLION; Har- 
rodsburg, p. 430. 

CAIRNS, ROBERT H.; Coatesville. 
Pennsylvania, Phi Delta Theta. p. 
430. 

CALDWELL, MARY SQUIRES; Paris, 
p. 430. 

CALLAS, CATHERINE GREGORY; 
Hagerstown, Maryland, Phi Mu, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, Collegiate Penta- 
cle.p. 430. 

CAMPBELL, DEBORAH ANN; Day- 
ton, Ohio. p. 430. 

CAMPBELL, DEBORAH ANNE; Ash- 
land, p. 430. 

CAMPBELL, LESLIE J.: Montgomery, 
Ohio, p. 430. 

CAMPBELL, MARJORIE HILL; 
Greenville, p. 430. 



Index & Directory/Senior Credits 597 



CAMPBELL. MELVIN LEE; Dayton, 
Ohio. p. 430. 

CAMPBELL, ROCKY LEE; Corbin, p. 
430. 

CAREY, BRENDA ANNESS; Har- 
rodsburg, p. 432. 

CARMODY, MICHAEL W.; Ft. Thom- 
as, p. 432. 

CARNAHAN, JAMES O; London, 
p. 432. 

CARNES, BARRY L.; Middlesboro, 
Student Rep. on University Council 
for Academic Affairs, Debate, Stu- 
dent Senate, Republican Club. Ciru- 
na Club, p. 432. 

CARROLL, BETTY JEAN; Alva. Col- 
legiate Pentacle. p. 432. 

CARSON, JEFF ALLEN; Falmouth, p. 
432. 

CARSON, JOYCE M.; Falmouth, p. 
432. 

CARTER. NATHANAEL E.; Versail- 
les. MENC, Phi Mu Alpha — Vice 
President, p. 432. 

CASEY, MICHAEL ALLEN; Rich- 
mond. Caduceus Club, p. 433. 

CASPER, CLARENCE EDWARD, JR.; 
Jefferson. Georgia, Industrial Edu- 
cation Club, p. 433. 

CATLETT, E. JANE; Frankfort, Mile- 
stone, Lambda Sigma Omicron, 
SNEA.p. 433. 

CATLETT, ROSETTA; Shelhyville. 
Vice President — Kappa Delta, p. 
433. 

CAUDILL. DANNIE; Richmond, In- 
dustrial Education Club, p. 433. 

CAUDILL, JOHNNY MACK; Hihat, 
Vet's Club. p. 433. 

CECIL, CHARLES HAROLD; Bards- 
town, Eta Sigma Gamma, Vet's 
Club, p. 433. 

CHADWELL, JOHNNY; Middlesboro, 
p. 433. 

CHANDLER, DUSTY LOUISE; Rich- 
mond, HPER — President, Delta Psi 
Kappa, Intercollegiate Volleyball, 
p. 433. 

CHASE, KATHERINE ANN; Versail- 
les, Collegiate Pentacle, Delta Sig- 
ma Theta, p. 433. 

CHEEK, JAMES A.; Richmond, Scab- 
bard & Blade, Treasurer — Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, p. 433. 

CHILDRESS, JANET SUE; Louisville, 
p. 433. 

CHOW, WAH KEONY; Hong Kong, 
p. 433. 

CHRISTIAN, REBECCA ANN; Lan- 
caster, Ohio, p. 433. 



CHURCHILL. ANNE C; Irvington, p. 
433. 

CLARE, BONITA S.; Louisville, Cam- 
pus Gold — President, Recreation 
Club — Public Relation, HPER - 
Parliamentarian, Newman Aposto- 
late, Music Din, p. 433. 

CLARK, CONNIE JEAN; Prestons- 
burg, p. 433. 

CLARK, JAMES MICHAEL: Winches- 
ter, p. 433. 

CLARK, RONALD BRUCE; Rich- 
mond, Phi Epsilon Kappa, EKU 
Volleyball, p. 433. 

CLARKE, MARCIA B.; Mt. Prospect, 
Illinois. ACE — President, p. 433. 

CLAYTON, DAVID N.: Brooksville, 
p. 433. 

CLEAVER. PATRICIA ANN; Russell, 
p. 433. 

CLEMENTS. JOHN ROGER; Louis- 
ville, Accounting Club, p. 433. 

CLEMONS, DIANA LYNNE; Hazard, 
p. 433. 

CLEVENGER, ROGER L.; Louisville. 
Accounting Club, p. 433. 

CLOYS, JO-HELEN; Richmond, p. 433. 

COLHENSON, DORA RUTH; Lexing- 
ton, p. 433. 

COLE, THOMAS C; Richmond, p. 
433. 

COLEHOUR, CHARLES H.; Rockford, 
Illinois. Secretary — Men's Inter- 
dorm, Student Senator, President — 
Senior Class, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
p. 434. 

COLEMAN, KEITH ALLEN; Pikeville, 
p. 434. 

COLLEY, MELINDA SUE; Haysi, Vir- 
ginia, Kappa Delta Tau — Pledge 
Chairman, p. 434. 

COLLINS, KENNETH ALLEN; Cov- 
ington, p. 434. 

COLLINS, ROBERT EUGENE: Louis- 
ville, Swimming Team, Delta Upsi- 
lon, Student Senator, House Coun- 
cil, Inter-Dorm, Direction Eastern, 
p. 434. 

COMBS, JUDITH LEE; Sassafras, Cor- 
responding Secretary — EKU Stu- 
dent Nurses Association, Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 434. 

COMBS, THOMAS DORWIN. JR.: 
Richmond, Circle K — Vice Presi- 
dent, p. 434. 

CONKIN, LINDA DIANNE; Tomp- 
kinsville, Kappa Delta Tau, p. 434. 

CONNER, ANNA LOUISE; Spring- 
field, Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 434. 

CONNER, JUDITY McCLANAHAN; 



Williamstown, Kappa Delta Pi. Col- 
legiate Pentacle, p. 434. 

CONRAD. DAVID A.; Falmouth, Sig- 
ma Nu. p. 434. 

CONTE, ANITA M.; Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, Marketing Club, Kap- 
pa Phi Delta. Phi Girl, p. 434. 

COPLEY, G. BRUCE; Warfield. Theta 
Chi. p. 435. 

CORNETT, KENNETH: Hindman, p. 
435. 

CORNETT. ROY M.; Georgetown, p. 
435. 

CORNETT, RUSSELL GLENN; Win- 
chester, p. 435. 

CORNETT, DIANNA LYNN: Rich- 
mond, p. 435. 

COSTINE, JANE ANN; St. Clairsville. 
Ohio. p. 435. 

COTTONGIM, SANDRA JOAN; Man- 
chester, p. 435. 

COULTER, DANNY CLEO: Chaplin. 
Veterans Club, p. 435. 

COWMAN, MARK E.; Wilmington. 
Ohio, Theta Chi. Agriculture Club, 
p. 435. 

COYLE, WILLIAM MICHAEL: Berea. 
p. 435. 

CRACRAFT, FRANK SAMUEL: North 
Middletown, p. 435. 

CRAWFORD. ETHEL; Richmond, p. 
435. 

CRAWLEY, PATRICIA DEMKO: Lou- 
isville, Kappa Delta. Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 436. 

CRIGGER, JUDITH ANN: Wythe- 
ville. Virginia, Concert Choir, p. 
436. 

CROSS, SHERIDAN LYNN: Erlanger. 
Student Nursing Association, Rec- 
ord Secretary, p. 436. 

CROWE, RHONDA WALL: Waynes- 
burg, Cwens, Phi Upsilon Chaplain. 
Home Economics Club, Kappa Delta 
Pi. p. 436. 

CRUEY, MICHAEL G.; Covington, p. 
436. 

CRUM, SUSAN MARIE; Lebanon, p. 
436. 

CRUMP, BRUCE E.; Owensboro. 
Omega Psi Phi, University Ensem- 
ble, p. 436. 

CRUSE, JEFFERY G.: Somerset, p. 
436. 

CULBERTSON, WILLIAM YORK: 
Paris, p. 436. 

CUMMINS. RUBY JO: Brodhead. p. 
436. 

CUPP, DEBORAH TERRY; Lakeland. 
Florida, Kappa Alpha Theta — Rec- 



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ord Secretary, Phi Delta Theta Little 
Sister, p. 436. 

CUPP. JIMMY RAY; Valley Station, 
p. 436. 

GURRAN, DENNIS CHARLES; Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Circle-K, p. 436. 

CURTIS. TAFFIE JEAN; Clay City, 
p. 436. 

CUSHING, B. [ILL; Tallahassee. Flor- 
ida, Lambda Alpha Epsilon — Sec- 
retary, p. 436. 

DAFLER. MARGARET ALMEDA; 
New Lebanon, Ohio, Catalina Club, 
Vice President of Recreation Club, 
HPER, Tau Kappa Epsilon — Little 
Sister, p. 436. 

DAGEFORD. THEODORE EDWIN; 
Mavvhattan, Kansas, Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. Eastern Track Team, Law En- 
forcement Association, p. 437. 

DANIEL, JENNIFER ANN; Corbin, 
Kappa Delta Pi, French Club, Ger- 
man Club, Sigma Tau Delta — Pres- 
ident, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 437. 

DANIEL, WILLIAM KIETH; Louis- 
ville, Student Senate, p. 437. 

DANIELS, RICHARD W.; Englewood, 
Ohio, p. 437. 

DARST, DAVID O.; Norton, Ohio, p. 
437. 

DAUGHERTY, BARBARA K.; Rad- 
cliff, CWENS, HPER, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Eta Sigma Gamma — Vice 
President, p. 437. 



DAVENPORT. JOHN D.; Chatta- 
nooga, Tennessee, p. 437. 

DAVENPORT, JR., ROBERT E.; Rich- 
mond, French Club, p. 437. 

DAVIS, CHRISTIAN L.; Lagrange, 
p. 437. 

DAVIS, GARY M.; Richmond. Kappa 
Alpha, p. 437. 

DAVIS. KENNETH RAY; Sacramento, 
p. 437. 

DAVIS, LEA MIDDLETON; Louis- 
ville, p. 437. 

DAVIS, MARGARET DARLA; Sacra- 
mento, p. 437. 

DAVIS. ROGER KENNETH; Augusta, 
p. 437. 

DAVIS. RONNIE DEAN; Liberty, p. 
437. 

DAVY. JENNY LOU WINBURN; 
Richmond, Lambda Sigma Omi- 
cron, p. 437. 

DELANEY, ANGELA CATHERINE; 
Butler, Sigma Alpha Eta — Presi- 
dent, p. 437. 

DELANEY, II, VICTOR G.; Danville, 
p. 437. 

DEMICHEAL, LUCILLE BERRY; 
Richmond, p. 437. 

DENMAN, LINDA LOU; Lake Lee- 
lanan, Michigan Valianettes, Amer- 
ican Marketing Association, p. 437. 

DENNEY, REBECCA WRIGHT; Som- 
erset, p. 437. 

DENNIS, DANNY CLARK; Stanton, 



p. 437. 

DENNIS, DAVID O.; Lexington, Theta 
Chi. Pershing Rifles, p. 437. 

DESKINS. ROBERT ALLEN; Pike- 
ville, p. 437. 

DEUTSCH, III, JOSEPH II.; Love- 
land, Ohio. Industrial Education 
Club, p. 437. 

DEVERS. RICHARD GENE; Midway, 
Interdorm, Association of Law En- 
forcement, p. 437. 

DICK, GARY; Pueblo, Eastern Volley- 
ball Team. p. 437. 

DISHON, MARGIE MARIE; Radcliff, 
Marketing Club, p. 437. 

FERRANTE, MARY ANN: Campbells- 
ville.SNEA, SCEC, p. 441). 

FIELDS, SHARON B.; Paris. Delta 
Sigma Theta — President. Univer- 
sity Ensemble, p. 446. 

FINDLEY. THOMAS E.: Columbus. 
Ohio. HPER. Varsity "E" Club. 
Eastern Track and Cross Country, 
p. 441). 

FINLEY, ROSE GERALD; Man- 
chester, p. 440. 

FISHER. CAROLINE; Felicity. Ohio, 
p. 44(1. 

FISHER. GORDON LEE: Hagerstown. 
Maryland, Eastern Baseball, p. 440. 

FISHER, MARK A.: Bedford, Theta 
Chi, p. 440. 

FISTER, MADELINE SUSAN; 

Georgetown, p. 440. 

FITZGERALD. CYNTHIA ANN: Day- 
ton, Ohio, Alpha Delta Pi. Pi Kappa 
Alpha "Dream Girl", SNEA, SCEC, 
Kappa Delta Pi, p. 440. 

FITZPATRICK, CHARLES B.; Wil- 
mington, Delaware. Delta Upsilon, 
p. 440. 

FLECKENSTEIN. ROBERT FRED: 
Richmond, p. 440. 

FLORA, JOYCE LEA; Frankfort, p. 
440. 

FLOYD, CAROL ANN: Danville, p. 
440. 

FLYNN. FREEDA; Louisville. Prog- 
ress Staff, Nutrition Club, p. 440. 

FOGG, ANDREA E.; Louisville. Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, p. 440. 

FOGT, ANDERS: Louisville. Intra- 
mural Council — Vice President, 
p. 440. 

FOGT, NANCY ANN: Louisville. 
Freshman Cheerleader, p. 441. 

FOGT, NIELS; Louisville. Track, Out- 
standing Freshman in Agriculture, 
p. 441. 

FOLEY. VICKY LYNN; North Middle- 



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tember. 



ton, p. 441. 

FORE, STEPHEN E.; Irvine, p. 441. 

FORKAL, YVONNE GINGER; Nichol- 
son, Pennsylvania, p. 441. 

FORSYTHE, JOYCE A.; Downing- 
town, Pennsylvania, Alpha Delta 
Pi Sorority, p. 441. 

FOX, HAROLD THEODORE; Rich- 
mond, p. 441. 

FRENCH, GARY C; Hodgensville, p. 
441. 

FRYMAN, JOHN MICHAEL; Cynthi- 
ana, p. 441. 

FULTON. BRUCE MORGAN; Erlang- 
er, p. 441. 

FURY, CAROL RAY; Louisville, Kap- 
pa Delta Tau — Service Chairman, 
Collegiate Pentacle, SNEA, Cada- 
ceus Club, p. 441. 

FURY, RICHARD S.; Louisville, Bi- 
ology Club, Caduceus Club, p. 441. 

FUSSNECKER, SHARON KATHRYN; 



Ripley, Ohio, p. 441. 

GABBARD. LARRY STEPHEN; Mc- 
Kee.p. 441. 

GABBARD, ROBERT BRUCE; Bonne- 
ville, p. 441. 

GAGLE, STEVEN LOUIS; Hamilton, 
Ohio, p. 441. 

GAINES, DELORIS ANITA; Dayton, 
Ohio, p. 441. 

GAMMELL, GLORIA RUTH; Fair- 
field, Ohio, p. 441. 

GARDINER, STEPHANIE C; Valley 
Station, Tau Kappa Epsilon — Little 
Sister, p. 441. 

GARDNER, MARSHA CAROLE; Sal- 
yersville, p. 441. 

GARRISON, RONALD RAYMOND; 
Fort Thomas, p. 441. 

GEIER, WILLIAM ARTHUR; Lexing- 
ton, p. 441. 

GENTRY, D. ANN; Brodhead, p. 441. 

GIBSON, JUDY LYNN; Louisville, 



Interdorm, Election Committee, 
SNEA, ACE, p. 441. 

GILKESON. ORION RONALD; 
Springboro, Ohio. p. 441. 

GILLISPIE, CHARLEY EDWARD; 
Richmond, Veteran's Club — Vice 
President, Accounting Club — Vice 
President, p. 441. 

GILPIN, ROGER DEAN; New Haven, 
Sigma Tau Pi — President, p. 441. 

GLOVER. SUSAN GAIL; Danville, 
p. 441. 

GOATLEY, JOHN EDWARD; Spring- 
field. Industrial Education Club, 
p. 442. 

GOBLE, DONNA S.: Prestonsburg, 
p. 442. 

GOBLE. PAMELA: Prestonsburg. Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, Sigma Alpha Eta, 
p. 442. 

GOODIN, ROSE ODANTEL; Leba- 
non, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Little Sis- 
ter, p. 442. 

GOODLETT. CHARLENE ANN: Shel- 
byville, p. 442. 

GRAFF, ANITA JANE; Taylorsville. 
p. 442. 

GRAHAM, CAROL MILLER: Rich- 
mond, p. 442. 

GRAVES, GAYLE F.; Erlanger. p. 442. 

GRAY, BONNIE C: Dayton, Ohio, Chi 
Omega, Progress, Class Treasurer, 
CWENS, SNEA, Theta Chi Little 
Sister, Scabbard and Blade, p. 442. 

GRAY, MARIHELEN H.; Jackson, p. 
442. 

GRAYSON. MARK HAMILTON; 
Inez, p. 442. 

GREEN. JOSEPH WHITNEY: Leba- 
non, p. 442. 

GREEN, ROBERT LEE; Richmond, p. 
443. 

GREEN, ROBERT STANLEY; Lexing- 
ton, p. 443. 

GREENE, MARTHA E.: Wilmington, 
Ohio. Tau Kappa Epsilon Little 
Sister. Interior Design Club. p. 443. 

GREENWELL. MARGARET ELLEN; 
New Haven, p. 443. 

GREENWELL, WILLIAM MICHAEL: 
Louisville, p. 443. 

GRETZINGER, NANCY K.: Troy. 
Ohio, Student Senate, Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta, Project Pal. p. 443. 

GRIDER, MARY JOYCE: Tompkins- 
ville. Phi Upsilon Omicron, CWENS 
— President, Home Economics 
Club. p. 443. 

GRIDER, TOMMY DALE; Columbia, 
p. 443. 



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GRIFFIN, SANDRA LEE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, p. 443. 

GRIFFIN, TERESA M.; Louisville, 
NSID, AID, Interior Design Club, 
p. 443. 

GRIFFITH, LESLIE O.; Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, Phi Upsilon Omicron, 
Food and Nutrition Club, p. 443. 

GRIGGS, VICKIE JONES; Richmond, 
p. 443. 

GROEZINGER, JIM GORDON; Co- 
lumbus, Ohio, Agriculture Club, 
p. 444. 

GROSS, VERNON; Jackson, p. 444. 

GULLEY, BRENDA JANE; Harrison, 
Ohio, p. 444. 

HACKWORTH, KENNETH W.; Mt. 
Vernon, p. 444. 

HAGAN, ELLEN MARIE; Paint Lick, 
p. 444. 

HAGAN, HUBERT LEE; Louisville, 
Inter-Varsity Student Fellowship, 
p. 444. 

HAGAN, LYDIA W.; Springfield, p. 
444. 

HAGGARD, RICKY ALAN; Winches- 
ter, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Military 
Police, p. 444. 

HALE, DEBORAH LYNN; Lancaster, 
Pi Omega Pi, p. 444. 

HALLINAN, II, HOWARD EDWARD; 
Santa Monica, California, Cross 
Country Team, p. 444. 

HALSEY," JAMES WAYNE; Rich- 
mond, p. 444. 

HAMBLY, BARBARA ANN; Rad- 
cliffe, SNEA, Collegiate Pentacle — 
Treasurer, Newman Club, p. 444. 

HAMILTON, DANE R.; South Bend, 
Indiana, p. 444. 

HAMMOND, JUDY LYNN; Taylors- 
ville, p. 444. 

HAMPTON, MARTIN JUSTUS; Bar- 
bourville, Accounting Club, p. 444. 

HANKS, CONNIE COX; Lawrence- 
burg, p. 444. 

HANNAN, VICTOR RYAN; Berea, 
Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 445. 

HANSFORD, JUDY KAY; Richmond, 
Wesley Foundation — Secretary, 
p. 445. 

HARDY, DOUGLASS S.; Richmond, 
Baptist Student Union, p. 445. 

HAREMSKI, MICHAEL B.; Saginaw, 
Michigan, p. 445. 

HARNESS, CAROLYN ANN; Louis- 
ville, Home Economics Club, p. 445. 

HARNEY, JAMES ARTHUR; Paris, 
p. 445. 

HARRIS, DENNIS; Shelbvville, Uni- 



versity Ensemble — Director, Black 
Student Union, p. 445. 

HARRIS, GILDA SHANE; Richmond, 
p. 445. 

HARRISON, DEBBIE S.; Louisville, 
p. 445. 

HARRISON, DOUGLASS GLENN; 
Harrodsburg, p. 445. 

HARRISON, SANDRA BLEVINS; 
Danville, p. 445. 

HARRISON, TIMOTHY REID; Port 
Royal, p. 445. 

HARROD, BARBARA JEAN; Rich- 
mond, Psi Chi Honor Society, Col- 
legiate Pentacle — Historian, p. 445. 

HART, MARY E.; Corbin, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi, Sigma Delta Pi. p. 445. 

HARTJE. JOHN CRAIG; Covington, 
p. 445. 

HARVEY, DONALD R.; Bellevue. 
BetaThetaPi.p. 445. 

HATFIELD, JUDY G.; Harlan, p. 445. 

HATTERICK, WALTER W.; Cynthi- 
ana, p. 445. 

HAWKINS, DEBORAH JEAN; Lexing- 
ton, Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 445. 

HAWLEY, ROBERT C; Lebanon, 
Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon, A. U.S. A., 
p. 445. 

HAYS, RUTH ALLEN, Gravel Switch. 
Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Delta — 
Secretary, Alpha Phi Gamma. Who's 
Who, Eastern Progress, p. 445. 

HAYWOOD, REBECCA M.: Preston- 
burg, Delta Omicron, p. 445. 

HAZELRIGG, ANNE HEDRICK; Dan- 
ville, Alpha Delta Pi, p. 445. 

HEAD, MARY LUCY; New Haven, 
p. 445. 

HEATH, TERRY LOUIS; Cleves, 
Ohio, p. 445. 

HECKMAN, KATHY ANN; Louisville, 
Phi Beta Lambda, p. 445. 

HEFFLEY, STEVEN DOUGLAS; 
Shepherdsville, p. 445. 

HEHL, DONNA LOUISE; Pendleton. 
Nursing Association, p. 445. 

HELD, J. MICHAEL; Louisville. Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, p. 447. 

HELLARD, DALE R.; West Milton, 
Ohio, p. 447. 

HELM, HANNAH JANE; Lexington, 
Cave Club — President, Biology 
Club, p. 447. 

HEMPFLING, JEAN CAROLE; He- 
bron, Chi Omega, MENC, Young 
Republicans, Concert Choir, p. 447. 

HENRY, THOMAS MICHAEL; High- 
land Heights, p. 447. 

HENSLEY, RUSSELL; Eau Gallie, 



Florida, p. 447. 
HENSKY, V1CKI LYNN; Lexington, 

Sigma Alpha Eta. p. 447. 
HERALD, IMOGENE; Batavia. Ohio. 

Collegiate Pentacle, Phi Alpha 

Theta, p. 447. 
HERALD, SHIRLEY TURNER; Tal- 

bert, p. 447. 
HERGOTT, ESTER MARIE; Irvine. 

p. 447. 
HERRMANN, GAYLE ANN: Fort 

Mitchell, p. 447. 
HICKS, JANET LOUISE; McLean. 

Virginia, Delta Omicron, p. 447. 
HICKS, JUDY LYNN; West Chester, 

Ohio, Philosophy Club, p. 447. 
HIETT. JAN KENNETH; Hagerstown, 

p. 447. 
HIGLEY, RANDALL N.; Harrisburg. 

Pennsylvania, p. 447. 
HILL. CATHY ELAINE: Versailles. 

Phi Upsilon Omicron, Kappa Delta 

Phi, CVVENS. Home Economics 

Club, Kappa Delta, p. 447. 
HILL. KAREN ELAINE; Fairless Hills, 

Pennsylvania, HPER, Eta Sigma 

Gamma, Helath Club — President, 

p. 447. 
HILL. LARRY LEE: Louisville, HPER 

— Vice President, p. 447. 
HILTON. DUDLEY R.; Springfield. 

p. 447. 
HINES, RICHARD ELLIS: Russell- 

ville, Sigma Nu, p. 47. 
HITE, TERRY GENE; South Point. 

Ohio, Sigma Tau Delta — Treasurer, 

AROUA.p. 447. 
HOAGLAND. ROSE MARIE; Lebanon 

Junction. SNEA, p. 447. 
HOBACK, CHARLIE GORDON; 

Charleston, West Virginia, p. 447. 
HOBACK. LYNN DELL; Cincinnati, 

Ohio, p. 447. 
HOBBS, PAMELA ANN; Stanford. 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta. 

p. 447. 
HOFFMAN, MARY THERESA; Bards- 
town, Alpha Delta Pi — President, 

p. 447. 
HOGE, ELIZABETH KNIGHT; An- 
chorage, p. 447. 
HOLBROOK, JESSEE C; Naples, 

Florida, p. 447. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, DAVID LEE: 

Lynch, p. 448. 
HOLSCLAW, SHEILA KAY; Lexing- 
ton, Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 448. 
HOLTEN, BEVERLY ANN: Indepen- 
dence, Kappa Delta Tau, Phi Beta 

Lambda — Secretary, p. 448. 



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HOLZWARTH, DAVID TABER; Lex- 
ington, p. 448. 

HOOD. RAYMOND ANTHONY; 
Medina, Ohio, IOTA Lambda Sig- 
ma, p. 448. 

HOPES, TIMOTHY ALLEN; Ashland. 
Pershing Rifles, p. 448. 

HOPKINS, CYNTHIA L.; Earlanger, 
Kappa Delta, p. 448. 

HOPPERTON. GARY WAYNE; Dry 
Ridge, p. 448. 

HOUP, PAMELA LYNN; Kenton Hills, 
Student Senate, Psi Chi — Vice 
President, p. 448. 

HOUSER, ESTER BEATRICE; Lynch, 
Kappa Alpha — Secretary, p. 448. 

HOUTZ, VERNON DVANE; Winches- 
ter, p. 448. 

HOVIOUS, DARRELL NORRIS; Hus- 
tonville, Sigma Tau Delta, p. 448. 

HOWARD. CAROL ANN; Owens- 
boro. Alpha Psi Omega, University 
Players, p. 449. 

HOWARD, GLENN A BREWER; Jack- 
son, p. 449. 

HOWARD, JIMMY RAY; Richmond, 
Phi Alpha Theta, p. 449. 

HOWARD. MARY SHELIA; Owens- 
boro. p. 449. 

HOWARD, PAULINE FRANCES; 
Harlan, p. 449. 

HOWELL, BYRON ESTLE; Louisville. 
LDSSA — President, p. 449. 

HOWELL, PAULINE L.; Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, p. 449. 

HRICKO. DEBBIE MARIE; Rockville, 
Maryland, Kappa Alpha Theta, p. 
449. 

HRUBALA. BERNARD E.; Rockville 
Centre, New York. HPER — Presi- 
dent, Delta Upsilon — Vice Presi- 
dent, E-Club, Sigma Gamma, p. 
449. 

HUDDY. JOHN U.; Columbus, Ohio. 
Phi Beta Lambda — Vice President. 
Vet's Club, p. 449. 

HUGHES, ARTHUR AUSTIN JR.; 
Louisville, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 449. 

HUGHES, VICKI LYNN; London, 
p. 449. 

HUGHLETT, KATHRYN LUCILLE; 
Louisville, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 
449. 

HRUDLEY. JAMES SIDNEY, Rich- 
mond, HREP, p. 449. 

HUNT, BRENDA DIANE; Richmond, 
p. 449. 

HUNT, FRANCES E.; South Shore, 
p. 449. 

HURAK. THOMAS JOHN; South- 



bend, Indiana, p. 449. 
HURLEY, STEVEN L.; Xenia, Ohio. 

Track Team, p. 449. 
INSKO, MICHAEL ANTHONY; Fos- 
ter, Phi Mu Alpha, p. 449. 
ISSACS, STEPHEN DOUGLAS; Haz- 
ard, p. 449. 
ISON JR., EARL DOUGLAS: Lexing- 
ton, p. 449. 
ISON. VICKIE R.; Carrollton, p. 449. 
JACKSON, BETTY DAVIS; Richmond, 

Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA, p. 449. 
JACKSON, GEORGE D.; Louisville, 

Omega Psi Phi, Eastern Kentucky 

Ensemble, p. 449. 
JACKSON, STEVEN CLAYNE; Har- 

rodsburg, p. 449. 
JACOBS, DEBORAH R.; Walton, 

Marching Band, MENC, Concert 

Choir, p. 449. 
JAMES, LLOYD MICHAEL; Stanford. 

Baptist Student Union, p. 449. 
JARED. PHILLIP L.; Louisville. Circle 

K.p. 449. 
JARRETT, CHARLES W.; Evansville, 

Indiana, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia — 

President, p. 450. 
JEFFERS, JOANN; Frankfort, Phi Mu, 

Panhellenic Delegate, Sigma Tau 

Delta, p. 450. 
JEFFERS, SALLY NADINE; Newark, 

Ohio, SNEA, Chi Omega, p. 450. 
JOHNS, JUDY KAY; Richmond, 

SNEA, p. 450. 
JOHNS, JUDY KAY; Richmond, 

SNEA. p. 450. 
JOHNSON. BARTHOLOMEW JOHN; 

Honeoye, New York, Alpha Phi 

Sigma, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, p. 

450. 
JOHNSON, BRADLEY EARL; Pa- 

ducah, p. 450. 
JOHNSON, CHARLES FRANKLIN; 

Hazard, p. 450. 
JOHNSON, JUDY REED; Lexington. 

MENC, Delta Omicron, Marching 

Band, p. 450. 
JOHNSON, KAY ANN; North Ridge- 

ville, Ohio, Collegiate Pentacle, 

HPER, WRA, p. 450. 
JOHNSON, RALPH V.; Danville. Vet- 
erans Club, p. 450. 
JOHNSON, WINNIE S.; Florence, 

Delta Omicron, Marching Maroons, 

p. 450. 
JOHNSON. YVETTE ANN; Rich- 
mond, Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 450. 
JOHNSTON, RUTH; Richmond, p. 

450. 
JONES, DIANNE CHRISTINE; Lan- 



caster, Ohio, Kappa Delta Tau, Col- 
legiate Pentacle — Vice President. 
HPER, p. 450. 

JONES, DON; Campbellsville. Kappa 
Alpha Order, p. 450. 

JONES, GARY LYNN; Irvine, p. 450. 

JONES. GWENDOLYN ABNEY; Rich- 
mond, p. 450. 

JONES, HARRY TERRILL; Irvine. 
Christian Student Fellowship, p. 
450. 

JONES, HUGH ALVA; Lexington. 
p. 450. 

[ONES. LINDA ANNE; Mt. Vernon, 
p. 450. 

JORDAN, ANNA FRANCES; Irvine, 
p. 450. 

JUDGE, PATRICIA MARIE; Burling- 
ton, A.C.E. — Vice President, p. 450. 

JUPIN. LAWRENCE RAY; Louisville. 
Veterans Club, p. 450. 

JUREK, BETH JOAN: Frankfort, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Young Democrats, 
p. 450. 

JUSTICE, CHESTER JR.; Knoxville. 
T.R.I.B.E..p. 450. 

KAPLAN, VIRGINIA; Falmouth, p. 
450. 

KARETH, KAREN ELIZABETH: Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Student Senate, p. 
450. 

KAYS. JOSEPH L.; Louisville. Kappa 
Alpha Order, Cross Country Track, 
p. 450. 

KEDING. ELAINE MAXINE; Paris, 
p. 451. 

KEEN. PURL KENNETH: Sycamore. 
Illinois, Military Police Co. — Presi- 
dent. Scabbard and Blade, p. 451. 

KEETON, BATHILDA SUE; Miamis- 
burg, Ohio, p. 451. 

KELLER, MARSHA ELAINE K.: Eu- 
bank, p. 451. 

KELLEY, ROBERT WESLEY: Louis- 
ville, p. 451. 

KELLEY, SARAH K.; Lexington, p 
451. 

KELLY, JERRY LYNN: Lexington, p 
451. 

KELSO, CYNTHIA ANN; Warrenton 
Missouri, SNEA. A.C.E. — Vice 
President, p. 451. 
KEMPER, MARY ANNE: Frankfort 

Kappa Delta Tau. p. 451. 
KENNEDY, PATRICIA S.; Louisville 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, University En- 
semble, p. 451. 
KENNEDY, TERESA JEAN; Newark 

Ohio, p. 451. 
KILBURN, LOUANN; Tyner, p. 451. 



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KILGORE, JOYCE K.; New Paris. 
Ohio, Phi Beta Lambda — Treasur- 
er, p. 451. 

KILLEN, JUDITH A.; Richmond. Phi 
Kappa Phi, p. 451. 

KIMBALL, GAIL L.; Norwood, Ohio, 
Direction Eastern — Secretary, p. 
451. 

KINCAID, HAROLD F.: Beattyville, 
Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 451. 

KING, ANNBRUCE G.; Lexington. 
Delta Sigma Theta, University En- 
semble, p. 452. 

KING, KAREN S.; Brooksville, p. 452. 

KINMAN, BENJAMIN THOMAS; 
Richmond, p. 452. 

KINNEY, ANDRE; Ashland, Beta 
Theta Pi, p. 452. 

KINSOLVING, CAROLYN; Shelby- 
ville, Pi Omega Pi — President, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Phi Zeta Lambda, 
p. 452. 

KINSOLVING, LUCIEN LEE; Shelby- 
ville, p. 452. 

KIRCHNER. CLARENCE CHARLES; 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, p. 452. 

KISER, ERIC PAUL; Murfreesboro, 



Tennessee, p. 452. 

KISER, JEFFERSON GARLAND; 
Somerset, p. 452. 

KLECKNER, MELVIN VINCENT; 
Shamokin, Pennsylvania, p. 452. 

KLEIN, DENNIS MICHAEL; Wood- 
lawn, Delta Upsilon, p. 452. 

KNAPP, WILLIAM FRANCIS; Cold 
Spring, p. 452. 

KNIGHT, ROBERT W.; Richmond, p. 
452. 

KNIPPLE. JANET; Livonia. Michigan, 
p. 452. 

KOHL, PATRICIA ANN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, SNEA, A.C.E. — Vice Presi- 
dent. Kappa Delta Tau, p. 452. 

KOK, BARBARA D.; Louisville, Gym- 
nastics Team, p. 452. 

KOMAN, SUSAN MARIE; Spring- 
field, Ohio, p. 452. 

KRAMER, JOHN ANTHONY; Dayton. 
Ohio, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 452. 

KRAUTH, LINDA SUE; Ft. Mitchell. 
CWENS, Kappa Mu Epsilon, p. 452. 

LACADEN, LANETTA: Louisville, 
Delta Sigma Theta, University En- 
semble, Sigma Alpha Eta, p. 452. 




A nursing student. Sister Mary Agnes Wilson, tests a Whitehall Elementary student for vision 
defects. 



LACKEY. ELIZABETH DIANNA; 
Berea. p. 452. 

LAKE, GLORIA JEAN: Berea. Kappa 
Delta Pi, p. 452. 

LAMB, JERRY G.; Paint Lick. p. 452. 

LAMBERT. THOMAS LAYNE; Lex- 
ington, p. 452. 

LANE, KENNETH D.; Louisville, p. 
452. 

LANHAM, TIMOTHY JENSEN; Per- 
ryville, Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 
452. 

LANIER, JOHN; London. Inter Fra- 
ternity Council — President, Beta 
Theta Pi, Young Democrats, p. 452. 

LANIER, PAUL WAYNE; London, 
Beta Theta Pi — President, p. 452 

LAWFER, JOSEPH MARTIN III; Lou- 
isville, p. 453. 

LAYNE, FREDA LYNN; Ashland, 
Kappa Delta Tau, p. 453. 

LAYNE, WAYNETTE D.: Prestons- 
burg, p. 453. 

LEACH, JAMES P.; Stanford, p. 4.13. 

LEATHERS, DONALD RAY; Franfort, 
ROTC, AUSA, p. 453. 

LEATHERS, MARY JO: Jackson, p. 
453. 

LESLIE, JUDITH MARTIN; Louis- 
ville, p. 453. 

LEVALLEY. LISBETH KAY; Dayton, 
Ohio, Alpha Delta Pi, Student Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Children. 

LEWALLEN, CARL L.; Corbin. De- 
bate, College Republicans, p. 453. 

LEWIS. BEVERLY C; Morrow, Ohio. 
Eastern Dance Theatre. SNEA, p. 
453. 

LEWIS. DEBORAH KAY; Flatswood. 
Women's Interdorm, College Demo- 
crats, p. 453. 

LEWIS. TESSELLA; Harlan. Psi Chi. 
p. 453. 

LILE, JOHN B.; Central City, Ameri- 
can Criminal Justice Association, 
p. 454. 

LOFTIN, MELISSA COOK; Erlanger. 
p. 454. 

LOHR, LUTHER SAMUEL; Timber- 
ville, Virginia, p. 454. 

LONG, GARY MITCHELL; Harrods- 
burg, ABT, p. 454. 

LONG, WILLIAM H.; Richmond, p. 
454. 

LOVE, CAROLYN SUE: Lexington, 
p. 454. 

LOVELY, GEORGE ANN; Louisville, 
p. 454. 

LOWE, STEPHEN F.; Lexington, Vet- 
erans Club, p. 454. 



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LOWE, SUSAN LEE; Winchester, 
Home Economics, p. 455. 

LOWERY, CHARLES 0.; Louisville, 
University Ensemble, Lambda Al- 
pha Epsilon, p. 455. 

LOWMAN, JO ANN RICE; Ashland, 
Alpha Delta Pi, CWENS, Women's 
Interdorm, Kappa Delta Pi, Delta 
Psi Kappa, p. 455. 

LUMSDEN. BARBARA ELIZABETH; 
Cincinnati, Ohio, ACE — President, 
Women's Interdorm, SNEA, College 
Republicans, Milestone, House 
Council -- President, GROWTH, 
p. 455. 

LUTKENHOFF, ROBERT WERNER; 
Ft. Thomas, p. 455. 

LYLE. GEORGE WILLIAM; North 
Middletown, p. 455. 

LYNCH. JUDY; Lexington, p. 455. 

LYNCH, SHARON ANNE; Lebanon, 
Phi Beta Lambda, p. 455. 

LYNCH JR., WILLIAM CLIFTON; 
Lebanon, p. 455. 

LYONS, VIOLET MARIE; Taylors- 
ville, p. 455. 

MACAULAY, PHYLLIS ANNE, Ket- 
tering. Ohio, CRISIS, p. 455. 

MACK, ELAINE: Paris, Delta Sigma 
Theta, p. 455. 

MACKERLEY. THOMAS WILLIAM. 
Stanhope, New Jersey, p. 455. 

MAGERS. JEFFREY S.; Louisville, 
Scabbard and Blade, p. 455. 

MAINS, PATTY LOIS; Falmouth, 
Home Economics Club — Vice Pres- 
ident, Phi Mu, p. 455. 

MALONEY, MICHAEL GRAHM, Jef- 
ferson ville. Indiana, American 
Marketing Association, p. 455. 

MANES. ROBERT D.; Battlecreek, 
Michigan, Theta Chi — President, 
Law Enforcement Association, p. 
455. 

MANN, M. TERRY; Louisville, Stu- 
dent Senate, Newman Council — 
Vice President, American Criminal 
Justice Association — President, p. 
455. 

MANN, RALPH STEPHEN; Elsmere. 
p. 455. 

MANNING, LINDA SUSAN. Somer- 
set, Republican Club, p. 455. 

MARCH, PATRICIA ANN; Miami. 
Florida, p. 455. 

MARCUM, CHARLENE; Albany, p. 
455. 

MARLOWE, JAYNE LARK; Frank- 
fort, Kappa Alpha Theta — Presi- 
dent, CWENS, Collegiate Pentacle, 




Before the Temptations came on stage. EKU students delight to the music of the preliminary hand. 



Republican Club, Womens Inter- 
dorm, Panhellenic Council, p. 455. 

MARMILLOT, DARYL PATRICE; 
Louisville, Milestone, Lambda Sig- 
ma Omicron — President, Student 
Senate, p. 455. 

MARSHALL, SHARON MAUPIN; 
Lebanon, KME, SIMS, p. 455. 

MARTELLO, KEVIN DOUGLAS: Lex- 
ington, BOG — Secretary, p. 455. 

MARTIN, DAVID R.; Crab Orchard, 
p. 455. 

MARTIN, GLENNA DENISE; Top- 
most, p. 456. 



MARTIN, JEFFERY JAMES; Jackson- 
ville, Florida, Sigma Nu, p. 456. 

MARTIN, LEE GORDON; Richmond. 
Democratic Club, Kappa Alpha Or- 
der. Student Senate, p. 456. 

MARTIN, VICKI LYNN: Louisville. 
Baptist Student Union, p. 456. 

MASCHMEYER, MARGARET ANNE; 
Ludlow, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma 
Alpha Eta, Student Senate, 
GROWTH, Newman Club, p. 456. 

MASON, MARGARET RUTH; Paint 
Lick, Home Economics Club — Pres- 
ident, Phi LIpsilon Omicron, Geolo- 



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gyClub, p. 456. 

MASON, MICHAEL LLOYD; Lynch, 
Omega Psi Phi, University Ensem- 
ble, p. 456. 

MASON, RICHARD; Alexandria, 
Wrestling, p. 456. 

MATHIS, BENJAMIN FORD; Shelby- 
ville, Industrial Arts Club, p. 456. 

MAUNEY JR.. BOBBY GENE; Louis- 
ville, Pike Kappa Alpha, p. 456. 

MAXEY, LOWELL JEFFREY; Peters- 
town, West Virginia, p. 456. 

MAY, ANNA KIRK; Catlettsburg, 
Accounting Club, p. 456. 

MAYER, KATHY; Alexandria, Recre- 
ation Club, HPER, Phi Mu, Flag 
Squad, Interdorm, Panhellenic Del- 
egate, p. 457. 

MAYES, GWENDOLYN; Harrods- 
burg, Kappa Delta Tau, A.C.E., Stu- 
dent Senate, p. 457. 

MAYES, HAROLD STEVEN; Boone- 
ville, Industrial Education Club, 
Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 457. 

MAYHUGH, VIRGINIA LOU; Inde- 
pendence, p. 457. 

McARTHUR, DONNA BEA; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Class Secretary, Mile- 
stone — Senior Editor, p. 457. 

McBURNEY, CONNIE KAY; Carroll- 
ton, p. 457. 

McCLAUE, LISA EARLENE; Ports- 
mouth, Ohio, p. 457. 

McCLEARN, RANDALL G.; Shep- 
herdsville, p. 457. 

McCOMBS, STEPHEN H.; Louisville. 
Beta Omicron Gamma, p. 457. 

McCORKLE, WYNONA ELAINE; 
Richmond, Kappa Delta Tau, p. 457. 

McCOUN, BOBBY ALLEN; Law- 
renceburg, p. 457. 

McCRARY, MICHELE ALIVIA; Lou- 
isville, p. 457. 

McFALL, JUDY L.; Richmond, p. 458. 

McFARLAND, ALISON S.; Owens- 
boro, Omega Psi Phi, p. 458. 

McINTOSH, DONNA LYNN; Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin, p. 458. 

McINTOSH, EDWINA; Chavies, p. 
458. 

McKEE, PAUL NELSON; Covington, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 458. 

McKINNEY, DEBRA JEAN; Ft. Mitch- 
ell, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi, SNEA, p. 458. 

McNEW, JOHN DALE; Berea, p. 458. 

McNULTY, JANIS LEA; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Delta Psi Kappa, Phi Mu, p. 
458. 

McQUERRY, RACHEL LEE; Paint 



Lick, p. 458. 

McREYNOLDS, JAY RODNEY; Eliza- 
bethtown, p. 458. 

McWHORTER, RONALD E.; Hamil- 
ton, Ohio, p. 458. 

McWHORTER, VICKI P.; London, p. 
458. 

McWILLIAMS, DENNIS L.; Rich- 
mond, Veterans Club, Beta Theta 
Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, p. 458. 

MESSER, SHERRY GENE; Mans- 
field, Ohio, p. 458. 

MEYER. DAVID P.; Brookville, Indi- 
ana, p. 458. 

MIDDLETON, JAMES W.; Lexington, 
p. 458. 

MIDDLETON, WILLIAM C; Rich- 
mond, p. 459. 

MILBURN, BRENDA SUE; Spring- 
field, p. 459. 

MILBY, GARY DALTON; Louisville, 
p. 459. 

MILES, JOSEPH DAVID; Lebanon, p. 
459. 

MILES, KEVIN CHRISTOPHER; Indi- 
anapolis, Indiana, "E" Club, Swim- 
ming Team, Phi Delta Theta, p. 459. 

MILLER, EDWIN ANDERSON; Win- 
chester, Kappa Alpha — Vice Presi- 
dent, p. 459. 

MILLER, JOAN FRANCES; Russell, 
Concert Choir. Delta Omicron, Lit- 
tle Colonels, Kappa Alpha Theta. p. 
459. 

MILLER, VIVIAN FAY; Richmond, 
p. 459. 

MILLER, WANDA JO; London, p. 459. 

MILLS, MARY REBECCA; Columbus, 
Ohio, Circle K. p. 459. 

MINIARD, RALPH W.; Monticello, 
p. 459. 

MIRACLE, JOYCE LYNN; Middles- 
boro, p. 459. 

MOBERLY, HARRY JR.; Richmond, 
Veterans Club, Young Democrats, 
Ciruna Club, p. 459. 

MOCKBEE, JENNIFER PIATT; Day- 
ton, Ohio, SNEA, A.C.E., Kappa 
Delta Pi, CWENS, Collegiate Penta- 
cle, p. 459. 

MOEVES, MARGARET JEAN; Ft. 
Mitchell, Kappa Alpha Theta — 
Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, 
p. 459. 

MOHAMMADI, SEYED BUIK; Iran. 
International Students Club, p. 459. 

MONTGOMERY, ALICE MARIAN; 
Scottsburg, Indiana, Sigma Tau Del- 
ta — Vice President, French Club, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Wesley Foun- 



dation, p. 459. 

MONTGOMERY, GARY THOMAS; 
Louisville, p. 459. 

MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL J.; Lex- 
ington, p. 459. 

MOORE, JANET L.; West Chester, 
Ohio, p. 459. 

MOORE. JOSEPH REID; New Castle, 
p. 459. 

MOORE, LEOMARIE; Louisville, p. 
459. 

MOORE, MAURICE EUGENE; 
Booneville, p. 459. 

MOORE, RONALD G.; Booneville. 
p. 459. 

MOORES, TANYA FAYE; Louisville. 
Delta Omicron, MENC, Kappa Delta 
Pi, p. 459. 

MORGAN, BEVERLY W.; Roanoke. 
Virginia, p. 459. 

MORGAN, DIANNE POLSTON; Lou- 
isville, p. 459. 

MORGAN. MICHAEL; Louellen. p. 
459. 

MORRIS, ELISHA; Hazard, p. 460. 

MORRIS, STEPHEN WARD; Cynthi- 
ana, Mens Interdorm, Karate Club, 
p. 460. 

MORROW, M. KAY; Hill Top, p. 460. 

MORROW, ROBERT VAUGHN; Lex- 
ington, Veterans Club, p. 460. 

MORTON, THOMAS SMITHSON; 
Troy. Ohio, Pi Kappa Alpha, Base- 
ball Team, p. 460. 

MOSCINSKI, PAULA MARIE; Niles, 
Illinois, Alpha Psi Omega, Univer- 
sity Players, p. 460. 

MOSSOTTI, RONALD PETER; Syra- 
cuse, New York, p. 460. 

MOUYEOS. ELIZABETH WELLS; 
Richmond, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Kappa Delta Pi. p. 460. 

MUELLER. CHRIS DENISE; Flor- 
ence, p. 461. 

MULLEN, ARTIE MARIE; Richmond, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Beta Omicron, 
College Democrats, p. 461 

MULLEN, STANFORD THOMAS JR.; 
Louisville, Omega Psi Phi — Presi- 
dent, Scabbard and Blade, p. 461. 

MULLINS, KENNETH B.; Lexington, 
p. 461. 

MULLINS, SALLY ANN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Alpha Delta Pi. Delta Psi Kap- 
pa, Kappa Delta Pi. Catalina Club — 
President, p. 461. 

MULLINS, SHEILA GAIL; Huston- 
ville.p. 461. 

MURPHY, DOROTHY PATTERSON; 
Lancaster, CWENS, SNEA, ACE, 



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Kappa Delta Pi. Collegiate Pentacle, 
Phi Mu Eastern Dance Theatre, p. 
461. 

MURRELL, CHARLES WILLIAM; 
Lexington, p. 461. 

MURRELL. PATRICE LYNN; Louis- 
ville, Delta Psi Kappa, Inter Col- 
legiate Gymnastics Team, p. 461. 

MUSIC. CAROL ELDREDGE; Paints- 
ville, p. 461. 

MYERS, MICHAEL BRENT; Louis- 
ville. Varsity Basketball, p. 461. 

NALLY. RICK; Springfield, Men's 
Interdorm, Circle K. p. 461. 

NAPIER, MICHAEL STEVEN; Vand- 
alia, Ohio, p. 461. 

NEAL, D. SCOTT; Pine Knot. Scab- 
bard and Blade, KIE — President, 
p. 461. 

NEELEY. BETTY JUNE; Somerset, p. 
461. 

NETTLE, DAN; Canal Fulton. Ohio, 
Wrestling Team, p. 461. 

NEUFARTH. JOHN E.; Southgate. 
ROTC. AUSA, Scabbard and Blade, 
p. 461. 

NEUMEISTER, GEORGE RAY- 
MOND; Jeffersonville. Indiana. 
Baseball, p. 461. 

NEWLAND, KELLON EVERETT: 
Grayson, p. 461. 

NEWTON. JOHN THOMAS; Rich- 
mond, p. 461. 

NICKELL, THOMAS LISLE: Winches- 
ter, p. 461. 

NOBLE, CLARA; Richmond, p. 461, 

NOBLE. KATHY MELINDA: Jackson. 
Chi Omega. SNEA, ACE, p. 461. 

NOE. JUDY LYNN; West Alexandria. 
Ohio, SNEA, Milestone, Chi 
Omega, p. 461. 

NOE. SARAH ALICE; Somerset, p. 
461. 

NORENBERG. MARK E.; Richmond, 
p. 461. 

NORTON. JOSEPH MARTIN: Lexing- 
ton, p. 461. 

NORVELL, CHARLEY S.: Corbin. 
A.B.T.. Circle K. p. 461. 

NORWITZ, JEFFREY HOWARD; 
West Hartford, Connecticut, Rifle 
Team, AUSA. p. 462. 

NUNN, NANCY LEE; Albany, p. 462. 

O'BRYAN, BERNARD B. Ill: Rich- 
mond. Student Senate. Newman 
Club — President. Karate Club, 
Cross Country, p. 462. 

ODLE, BONNIE MARCELLA; Tomp- 
kinsville, Student Senate, p. 462. 

OLDS. SONDRA ADAMS; Richmond, 



p. 462. 

OLSEN, PETER LOUIS; Lexington, 
p. 462. 

O'NAN, CLARENCE EDWARD; Rich- 
mond, p. 462. 

O'NAN, KATHRYN LYNN; Louis- 
ville, ACE, Kappa Delta Pi, CWENS, 
SNEA, p. 462. 

ORMAN, KENNETH DAWSON; Lou- 
isville, KIE, p. 462. 

OTT, RICHARD MORRIS; East Hart- 
ford, Connecticut. MENC. p. 462. 

OTTO, SUSAN ANN; Ft. Thomas, p. 
462. 

OUSLEY, DANNY LEE; Prestonsburg, 
p. 462. 

OVERMILLER. JAMES MICHAEL; 
York. Pennsylvania. Tau Kappa 
Epsilnn. p. 462. 

PACK. PAMELA LYNN; Paintsville, 
Kappa Delta Tau — President, p. 
462. 

PAINE, ROBERT ALFRED: Rich- 
mond, Sigma Gamma — President, 
HPER,p.462. 

PALEOLOGOS, STACY; Rockville, 
Maryland. SNEA. p. 462. 

PALOMBI, JOHN H.; Sharpsville. 
Pennsylvania, p. 463. 

PARKER. PATRICIA ANN; Paducah. 
SNEA. Chi Omega, p. 463. 

PARSONS, JANICE MAE; Allen, p. 
463. 

PARSONS. KATHY JO; Richmond, p. 
463. 

PARTIN, THOMAS EARL; Annville, 
p. 463. 

PASIERB, DAVID EDWARD: Donora. 
Pennsylvania, Sigma Nu, p. 463. 

PATRICK, LEORA JEAN: Cincinnati. 
Ohio, p. 463. 

PATRICK, VICKI LYNN; Springboro, 
Ohio. Kappa Delta Pi. ACE, p. 463. 

PATTERSON. JANICE L.; Louisville. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Lambda Alpha Ep- 
silnn, p. 463. 

PAYNE, JOHN HENRY JR.; Danville. 
Kappa Alpha Psi — President, Phi 
Beta Lambda, p. 463. 

PEARCE, CECILIA DIANE; Shelby- 
ville. Kappa Delta, p. 463. 

PEARSALL, WAYNE GERALD; Rich- 
mond, p. 463. 

PEARSON. DEBRA K.; Dayton, Ohio, 
Milestone, Phi Beta Lambda, Pi 
Omega Pi, Chi Omega, Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 463. 

PEASE. TOM M.; Corbin, p. 463. 

PEAVLER. LARRY J.; Louisville, p. 
463. 



PELLY, PHYLLIS BARTON; Harrods- 
burg. Alpha Phi Gamma. Mile- 
stone, p. 463. 

PENNINGTON, MARION RHEA; 
London. Collegiate Pentacle, p. 464. 

PERKINS, JUDITH LORRAINE: Lou- 
isville, SCEC, p. 464. 

PERKINS. RICKY LANE; Owenton. 
p. 464. 

PETERS. DAVID M.; Richmond, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon — President, College 
Republicans — President, p. 464. 

PETERS, DAVID PAUL; Cincinnati. 
Ohio. p. 464. 

PETREY, LANNY C; Corbin. p. 464. 

PETREY, TOMMY LEE; Somerset, p. 
464. 

PFALZGRAF. LINDA MAE: Burling- 
ton, p. 464. 

PHELPS. BEVERLY ANN; Columbia, 
p. 464. 

PHILLIPS. BLAINE; Sterns, College 
Republicans, GROWTH, p. 465. 

PHILLIPS. REBECCA LEE: Louisville. 
Collegiate Pentacle, Psi Chi, p. 465. 

PHILLIPS, WAYNE; Stearns. College 
Republicans. HPER. p. 465. 

PITAKOS, BARBARA DIANE; Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. Collegiate Pentacle. 
ACE — Vice President, p. 465. 

PITTMAN. GARNET LEE: Yosemite. 
p. 465. 

POFFENBERGER, DONALD LEE: 
Hagerstovvn. Maryland, p. 465. 

POMERY, STEVEN MICHAEL; Leba- 
non, Ohio, p. 465. 

POPE, JANET MARIE; Louisville. 
Sigma Alpha Eta. SCEC. Circle K. 
p. 465. 

POPE. KARREN JO; Annapolis. Mary- 
land, Alpha Kappa Alpha — Presi- 
dent, University Ensemble, p. 465. 

POTTS. NANCY ELLEN: Louisville, 
p. 465. 

POWELL, GARY L.: Richmond, p. 465. 

POWELL, JUDITH BELLE: Elkhorn 
City, CIRUNA — Treasurer, p. 465. 

PRATHER. SALLY J.: Prospect 
Heights, Illinois, Collegiate Penta- 
cle. GROWTH, p. 465. 

PRICE, NANCY BINGHAM: Lexing- 
ton, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 465. 

PRICE, THOMAS G.; Jackson, p. 465. 

PRICE. WILLIAM ROBERT: Foggy 
Mountain Top, Tennessee, p. 465. 

PUCKETT. LELA JUELEEN; Irvine. 
Kappa Delta Tau, Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron, p. 465. 

PUCKETT. MARY J.: Richmond. 
Milestone, p. 465. 



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PULLIAM, MICHAEL LAWRENCE; 
Louisville, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 465. 

QUARLES, DAVID ALLEN; Rich- 
mond, p. 465. 

RAINS. LINDA SUE; London, p. 465. 

RALEIGH. DENNIS RAY; Fern Creek, 
p. 465. 

RAMEY, KAREN L.; Harlan, Phi Beta 
Lambda, Phi Omega Pi, Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 465. 

RAWLINGS, SARAH FRANCES; 
Pikeville, p. 465. 

REBILAS, JOHN THOMAS; New 
Carisle, Ohio, p. 465. 

REBMANN, PAUL CHARLES; Lex- 
ington, Veterans Club, Newman, 
p. 465. 

REBOLD, TWELVE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Chi Omega — Treasurer, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, p. 465. 

REED, MARY L.; PeeWee Valley, p. 
466. 

REESE, JAMES ANTHONY; Lans- 
ford, Pennsylvania, Delta Epsilon, 
p. 466. 

REEVES, JAMES PHILLIP; Melvin, 
p. 466. 

REFFITT, DOUGLAS E.; Xenia, Ohio, 
p. 466. 

REHKAMP, DIANNE MARIE; Flor- 
ence, p. 466. 

REINLE, JOHN FOSTER; Cox's 
Creek, p. 466. 

REINSTEDLER, KATHERINE LEE; 
Louisville, University Players, Re- 
publican Club, p. 466. 



REPPERT, CAROLYN; Mt. Vernon, 
Student Senate, College Republi- 
cans, p. 466. 

RHODUS, JOHN LYNN; Lexington, p. 
466. 

RICE, ANDREW WAYNE; Lexington, 
Omega Psi Phi — Vice President, 
University Ensemble, p. 466. 

RICE, BETTY KAY; Prestonsburg, p. 
466. 

RICHARDSON, DEBORAH LYNN; 
Waco, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 466. 

RICHARDSON, ORESTES; Danville, 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Black Student 
Union, p. 466. 

RICHARDSON, SHARON S.; Monti- 
cello, p. 466. 

RICHESON, ANGELA RUTH; Louis- 
ville, Wesley Foundation, p. 466. 

RICE, BARBARA ANN; New Albany, 
Indiana, Tennis Team, Kappa Delta, 
p. 466. 

RICKETTS, BECKY B.; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta, p. 466. 

RIFFE, GWENDOLYN; Danville, Al- 
pha Kappa Alpha, p. 466. 

RIFFLE, PAUL DUANE; Lima, Ohio, 
p. 466. 

RIGGLE, CHRISTINE K.; Dayton, 
Ohio, p. 466. 

RIGGS, PATTY LEE; Mt. Gilead, 
Ohio, Chi Omega, p. 466. 

RILEY, THOMAS JOSEPH: Lebanon, 
p. 466. 

RISHER, BEATRICE MILLER; Rich- 
mond, Phi Upsilon Omicron, p. 466. 

RISK, MARGARET LYNN; Nicholas- 



ville, Chi Omega, p. 466. 

ROARK, LAURA CLETA; Corbin. p. 
466. 

ROARK, TERRY LEWIS; Owensboro. 
Veterans Club. p. 466. 

ROBERSON, ARTHUR FLINT; Rich- 
mond, p. 466. 

ROBERTS, CLAUDIA LOU: Rich- 
mond, SNEA, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
p. 466. 

ROBERTS, JAMES WARREN; Lexing- 
ton, p. 467. 

ROBINSON, GEORGE EDWARD; 
Campton. p. 467. 

ROBINSON, MATTIE JEAN: Man- 
chester, p. 467. 

ROBINSON, ROBERT LEE; Louis- 
ville, p. 467. 

ROBINSON, SAMUEL JONES JR.; 
Richmond, Alpha Phi Sigma, p. 467. 

ROBINSON, SANDRA JOAN; Somer- 
set, p. 467. 

RODGERS, CHARLES EDWARD; 
Somerset, Collegiate Democrats, 
p. 467. 

RODGERS, ELLEN LANE; Richmond, 
p. 467. 

ROE, GARY WILLIAM; Richmond, p. 
467. 

ROGERS, PATTI LYNN: Cincinnati. 
Ohio, A.C.E., Kappa Delta Pi, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, p. 467. 

ROGERS, WILLIAM RAYMOND, 
Newark, Ohio, p. 467. 

ROSS, DARLENE YOUNG; Berea, 
Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, 
CWENS, p. 467. 

ROSS, JAMES K.; Berea, Eastern 
Progress — Business Mgr., Cadu- 
ceus Club — President, Sigma Chi 
Kappa Iota Epsilon, Alpha Phi Gam- 
ma, p. 467. 

ROSS, MARIE C; ' Cumberland, p. 467. 

ROTHEL. BILLEE ANN; Midway, 
Delta Sigma Theta, Omega Pearl, 
University Players, p. 467. 

ROUTLEDGE, " ANDREA LYNN; 
Bellevue, Kappa Mu Epsilon — Sec- 
retary, p. 467. 

ROUTSON, TERRY WAYNE; Dayton, 
Ohio, Sigma Nu — President, p. 469. 

ROWLAND, KENNETH RAY: Wil- 
more, p. 469. 

ROWLAND, STEVE; Richmond, Stu- 
dent Association — Vice President, 
National Student Association, p. 
469. 

ROWLETT, SHARON KAY; Bedford, 
Christian Student Fellowship, p. 
469. 



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ROYALTY, JAMES LINN; Shelby- 
ville.p. 469. 

ROYALTY, JOHN TAYLOR JR.; Shel- 
byville, p. 469. 

SAFI, YAGNESH KASTURBHAI; 
Bombay, India, p. 469. 

SALISBURY, JOHN ALAN; Martin, 
Geology Club, p. 469. 

SAMMONS, GLENNA F.; Danville, 
p. 469. 

SANDERS, BARBARA JEAN; Rich- 
mond, MENC, Orchestra, p. 469. 

SANDS, MARTHA FAYE; Louisville, 
p. 469. 

SAUNDERS, THOMAS E.; Owens- 
ville, Ohio. p. 469. 

SAYLOR, DAVID KEITH; Corbin, 
Veterans Club, Young Republicans, 
p. 469. 

SCANLON, PAUL E.: Lexington, p. 
469. 

SCHEPMAN, MARY LOUISE; Car- 
rollton, p. 469. 

SCHEPMAN. WILLIAM RICKEY; 
Carrollton, p. 469. 

SCHERRER, DANIEL ROBERT; Rich- 
mond, p. 469. 

SCHLELEIN. ROXANN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio. SNEA — President, CWENS, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, 
p. 469. 

SCHNEIDER, JUDITH A.; Flint, Mich- 
igan, Phi Mu, Collegiate Pentacle, 
HPER — President, p. 469. 

SCHOOL, MARY LORIE; Covington, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon — 
President, p. 469. 

SCHWEITZER, RANDALL J.; Baros- 
town, p. 469. 

SCHWEITZER, RONALD L.; Bards- 
town, KIE Honor, p. 469. 

SCHWENKE, CAROL PATRICIA; 
Union, Sigma Chi, p. 469. 

SEAMAN, PATRICIA ANN; Florence, 
Delta Omicron, MENC, Orchestra, 
p. 469. 

SEARCY, ELLEN PERRY; Vine Grove, 
Alpha Delta Pi, p. 469. 

SEARCY, TERESA ANN; Lexington, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, p. 469. 

SEBREE, JAMES E.; Dayton, Ohio, 
Omega Psi Phi, p. 469. 

SEESLE, HERBERT MARSHALL; 
Valley Stream, New York, Beta 
ThetaPi.p. 469. 

SEIP, WILLIAM H.; Swedesboro, New 
Jersey, p. 470. 

SEITZ, TERESA JANE; Lawrence- 
burg, Indiana, p. 470. 

SEKURA, CAROL SUE; West Mifflin, 



Pennsylvania, SNEA, p. 470. 

SELLERS, JERRI ELIZABETH; Love- 
land, Ohio, Chi Omega, CWENS, 
Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 
470. 

SELLS, LENORA SUE; Louisville, p. 
470. 

SENAVININ, SOMSAK; Thialand, p. 
470. 

SEROWIK, ANTHONY THOMAS; 
Eau Gallie, Florida, p. 470. 

SETTLES, JEFFERY KAYS; Spring- 
field, Kappa Alpha, p. 470. 

SEXTON, KAREN D.; McDowell, p. 
470. 

SHAKIB, SIMIN R.; Gahanna, Ohio, 
p. 470. 

SHANK, DAN R.; Dayton, Ohio, Sig- 
ma Nu, p. 470. 

SHARP, LINDA DARLENE: Turners 
Station, HPER, p. 470. 

SHEPHERD, JAMES L.; Lebanon, 
Sigma Nu, Young Democrats, Mile- 
stone, Baptist Student Union, Prog- 
ress — Photo Editor, p. 470. 

SHEPHERD, OAKIE LEE; Richmond, 
Wesley Foundation, p. 470. 

SHERMAN, EDWARD LOGAN; Som- 
erset, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, p. 470. 

SHEARRARD, EDWARD PAUL; Eliz- 
abethtown, Psi Chi, p. 470. 

SHEW, JAMES RANDALL, Richmond, 
p. 470. 

SHIELDS, JO ANN; Chaplin, p. 470. 

SHIRLEY, TRAVIS DEAN; Glasgow, 
p. 470. 

SHOCK, ED; Dayton, Ohio, Delta Up- 
silon, p. 470. 

SHOTWELL, JERRY LYNN; Erlanger, 
p. 470. 



SHUNNARA, SAMIER ELSA; Rich- 
mond, p. 470. 

SIERS, LINDA LORRAINE; Somerset, 
Oratorio Chorus, p. 470. 

SILLS, DENNIS MURRILL; Lexing- 
ton, Baptist Student Union, p. 470. 

SIMPSON, LARRY ALFRED; Rich- 
mond, p. 470. 

SINGER, M. CRAIG STEVEN; Los 
Angeles, California, Student Senate, 
Jewish Student Association, Young 
Democrats, A.U.S.A., p. 470. 

SKAROSI, DAVID A.; Hubbard, Ohio, 
p. 470. 

SLADE, STEVEN WILSON; Cyn- 
thinia, Student Senate, Student As- 
sociation — President, p. 470. 

SLUSHER. FLOYD KENNETH; Field, 
p. 471. 

SLUSHER, SHARON LYNN; Wil- 
liamsburg, Phi Mu, Pi Omega Pi, 
p. 471. 

SMITH, ANGELA F.; Lexington, Bap- 
tist Student Union, p. 471. 

SMITH, BENNITA J.; Cincinnati 
Ohio, p. 471. 

SMITH. DELORES GAY; Louisville 
p. 471. 

SMITH, DIANE MARIE; Lexington 
p. 471. 

SMITH, EDWARD K.: Richmond, p 
471. 

SMITH, J. MAURA; Springfield, p 
471. 

SMITH, JAMES DAVID; Loyall, p 
471. 

SMITH, JERRY WAYNE; Piqua, Ohio 
Baseball Team. Pi Kappa Alpha 
p. 471. 

SMITH, JOHN MICHAEL; Fairdale, 




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p. 471. 

SMITH, JOYCE A.; Winchester, Uni- 
versity Ensemble, Concert Choir, 
p. 471. 

SMITH. JUDY ANN: Manchester, p. 
471. 

SMITH, KAREN LYNN; Ashland, p. 
471. 

SMITH, MARK McCALLUM; Kappa 
Delta Pi — Vice President, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, KIE, Phi Delta 
Theta, p. 471. 

SMITH, MARY JANE; Springfield, 
SNEA, p. 472. 

SMITH, MICHAEL RUSSELL; Leba- 
non, Plymouth Trouble Shooting — 
National Finalist, p. 472. 

SMITH, STEVE BAXTER; Richmond, 
p. 472. 

SMITH, VENITA KAY; Somerset, p. 
472. 

SNIDER, JOLLY B.; Richmond, p. 472. 

SORTOR, DAVID MICHAEL; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, p. 472. 

SPAHR, JOHN GILBERT; Richmond. 
Marketing Club — Treasurer, p. 472. 

SPALDING, JOSEPH V.; Lebanon. 
Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 472. 

SPARKS, CILLA ROSE; Big Creek, p. 
472. 

SPARNON, JANE LOUISE; Hacketts- 
town, New Jersey, Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron — President, p. 472. 

SPARROW, DEBORAH KAY; Louis- 
ville, Student Senate, p. 472. 

STAHL, SANDRA DIANE; Covington, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Valianettes — 
Commander, p. 472. 

STAMPER, ANNA GRIFFITH; New- 
port, p. 472. 

STANDARD JR., IVER R.; Frankfort, 
p. 472. 

STANECK, MICHAEL C; Spring- 
boro, Ohio, p. 473. 

STANDBERRY, GARY GRAHAM; 
Erlangar, p. 473. 

STAPLETON, WILLIAM WEST; 
Richmond, Swim Team. E Club, 
Progress, p. 473. 

STEELE, JACKIE L.; Gray, p. 473. 

STEELE, RALPH; Lexington, Mens 
Interdorm, p. 473. 

STEGER, NANCY JEAN; Florence, 
p. 473. 

STEVENS, CHARLES E.; p. 473. 

STEWART, CYNTHIA ANNE; Con- 
voy, Ohio, Alpha Kappa Delta, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Student Senate, 
p. 473. 

STEWART, DONNA KAY; North- 



field, New Jersey, SNEA, p. 473. 

STEWART, GAY EVELYN, Letcher, 
p. 473. 

STEWART, LESTER G.; Pinville. p. 
473. 

STEWART, SAMUEL MILLARD JR.; 
Hodgenville, p. 473. 

STONE, MARK KEITH; Richmond, p. 
473. 

STONE, MARK KEITH; Maloneton, 
p. 473. 

STRATTON, JOY LYNN; Shelbyville, 
Kappa Delta, p. 473. 

STRONG. KARLA ANN; Lexington. 
PhiMu.p. 473. 

STUCKER, RILEY LAYNE; Fisher- 
ville, p. 473. 

STUMBO, MARCELLA; Minnie, p. 
473. 

SUMMERS, CHARLES RICH; Louis- 
ville, p. 473. 

SURBECK, JIM CHARLES; Louis- 
ville, Veterans Club — President. 

SWAIM, ANNE; Wilmington, Ohio, 
W.O.S. — Vice President, p. 473. 

SWEENY. JOHN ROBERT; Washing- 
ton, Pennsylvania, p. 473. 

SWEENEY, JUDY A.B.; Columbia, p. 
473. 

SWEENEY, VICKI ANN; Lebanon, 
Ohio, Kappa Alpha Theta, p. 473. 

TACKETT, DORIS PATRICIA; Frank- 
fort, p. 473. 

TAMME, GERALD WAYNE; Leba- 
non Junction, p. 473. 

TASSIE, NANCY ROBERTA; Louis- 
ville, Kappa Delta Pi — Treasurer, 
Collegiate Pentacle. p. 473. 

TATCHELL, MICHAEL ROY. Rich- 
mond, p. 473. 

TAYLOR. DAVID ALLEN; Richmond, 
p. 474. 

TENRY, MARCIA ANN; Glasgow, 
Kappa Delta Tau, p. 474. 

TERRY, JUDY C; Booneville, p. 474. 

THACKER, BARBARA A.E.; Rich- 
mond, Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA, p. 474. 

THIBODEAUX, GARY JOSEPH; Lake 
Charles. Louisiana, Veterans Club, 
p. 474. 

THOMAS, CHARLES DOUGLAS; 
Richmond, p. 474. 

THOMAS, MICHAEL A.; Elsmere, p. 
474. 

THOMAS, SAMMY TODD; Paris, p. 
-474. 

THOMPSON, ALFRED EUGENE; 
Owensboro, Football Team, p. 474. 

THOMPSON, EDWARD DONALD; 
Feds Creek, p. 474. 



THOMPSON, LAWRENCE W.; Rich- 
mond, Veterans Club, Student Sen- 
ate, Parliamentarian, KCVA. p. 474. 

THOMPSON, TOVERT HART; Flor- 
ence, p. 474. 

THURMAN, CYNTHIA LEE; Frank- 
fort, Delta Omicron — Treasurer, 
MENC, Kappa Delta Tau, p. 474. 

THURMOND, LEE ANN; Corbin, 
Delta Psi Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Collegiate Pentacle, p. 474. 

TINDOLL, DAVIS DOYLE; Charles- 
ton, Mississippi, AUSA — Presi- 
dent. Scabbard and Blade, Alpha 
Phi Sigma, p. 474. 

TINGLE, PEGGY LEE; Pleasureville, 
p. 475. 

TINGLEY, WILLIAM CHURCHILL; 
Richmond, Swimming Team, p. 475. 

TIPTON, MICHAEL; Shelbyville. 
Sigma Chi, I.F.C., p. 475. 

TIPTON, STEVEN WAYNE; Ravenna, 
p. 475. 

TODD, GARY COX; Independence, 
Virginia, Alpha Phi Sigma — Trea- 
surer, p. 475. 

TODD, VIRGINIA D.; Stanton, p. 475. 

TOWNER, MARY ANGELA; Man- 
chester, Ohio, p. 475. 

TRISLER, HELEN JO; Harrodsburg, 
SNEA, ACE, p. 475. 

TRUDELL, DAVID MICHAEL: Lex- 
ington, Sigma Nu. Grotto Club. p. 
475. 

TRUE. MICHAEL VINCENT; Corinth. 
p. 475. 

TRUMAN, HARRY LEE; Richmond, 
p. 475. 

TUCKER, DOROTHY SCHULER; 
Waynesburg, SNEA, ACE, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Newman Club, p. 475. 

TUDOR JR., OSCAR JAMES: Rich- 
mond, p. 475. 

TUNGATE, LORI; Kettering. Ohio. 
Alpha Delta Pi, p. 475. 

TURLEY, MARION F.; Louisville, p. 
475. 

TURNER, MARGIE PENNY: Rich- 
mond, p. 475. 

TURNER, MICHAEL E.; Englewood. 
Ohio, p. 476. 

TURNER, ROSETTA ANN; Williams- 
burg, Ohio, Kappa Delta Tau — Vice 
President, p. 476. 

TURNER, SANDRA KAY: Maysville. 
Home Ec. Club. p. 476. 

TURNER, WILLIAM MICHAEL; Lou- 
isville, Beta Theta Pi — President. 
I.F.C.p. 476. 

TYE, GEORGIA KAYE; Richmond, 



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Chemistry Club — Secretary, p. 476. 

TYGRETT, CYNTHIA RUTH; Shelby- 
ville, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Mile- 
stone, p. 476. 

ULMER, STEVEN DOUGLAS; Louis- 
ville, p. 476. 

UZZEL, KATHI LYNNE; Dayton, 
Ohio, p. 476. 

VALLEY, VALORI E.; Springfield, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 476. 

VANHOOK, BENJAMIN N.: Somer- 
set, p. 476. 

VANOVER, ELINDA KAY; Middles- 
boro, Kappa Delta Pi, Milestone, 
p. 476. 

VANOVER, RONNIE WAYNE; Ben- 
ham, p. 476. 

VANZANT, ROGER DALE; Berea, 
Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 476. 

VAUGHN, DARRELL EDWARD; Lon- 
don, p. 476. 

VEDELLI, JAY; Cliffside Park, New 
Jersey, p. 476. 

VENABLE, KATHRYN THOMPSON; 
Pineville, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma 
Tau Delta, p. 476. 

VICE, JOHN MARK; Maysville, p. 476. 

VICE, PATRICIA LEE; Mayslick. Phi 
Mu Phi, p. 476. 

VICTOR, LINDA DELAINE; Garrett, 
SCEC, Kappa Delta Tau. p. 476. 

VITTITOE, MARIE; Mt. Washington, 
French Club, p. 476. 

VOGELSANG, DARLA JEAN; He- 
bron. ACE. CWENS. SNEA, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Little 
Colonels, College Republicans, p. 
476. 

VAN HANDORF, RICHARD GLENN; 
Lookout Heights, Beta Theta Pi, p. 
476. 

VOTAW, GLORIA JILL; Harrodsburg, 
p. 476. 

WACHSMAN, LEWIS E.; Cold Spring, 
p. 476. 

WADE. DAVID MARKSBURY; Har- 
rodsburg, p. 476. 

WADE, KENNETH B.; Harrodsburg, 
p. 476. 

WAGNER, ANN CAROLYN; Ft. 
Thomas, Delta Omicron, MENC, 
Newman Club, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Womens Chorus, Concert Choir, 
Republican Club, p. 476. 

WAGNER, WILLIAM G; Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, Association of Law 
Enforcement, p. 476. 

WAINRIGHT, DEBBIE [.; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Anglicans, French Club, 
CWENS, p. 477. 



WALKER, BARBARA PAYNE; Frank- 
fort, Home Ec. Club — President 
Baptist Student Union, p. 477. 

WALKER, ERIC TAYLOR; Spring- 
field, p. 477. 

WALTERS, DEBORAH DOTY; Ft. 
Thomas, Alpha Delta Pi, p. 477. 

WALTERS, THOMAS R.; Newark, 
Ohio, National Cheerleader As- 
sociation, p. 477. 

WAMPLER, ANTHONY; Richmond, 
p. 477. 

WARMAN, GWENDA G; West Ches- 
ter, Ohio, p. 477. 

WARREN, DENNIS RANDALL; Clay 
City, p. 477. 

WATKINS, CYNTHIA JANE; St. Lou- 
is, Missouri, SNEA, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 477. 

WATSON, KENNETH DAVID; Frank- 
fort, p. 477. 

WATSON, NEIL STATON; Richmond, 
p. 477. 

WATTS, KATHLEEN; Jackson, p. 477. 

WATTS, PATRICIA ANN; Winches- 
ter, HPER, W.O.S.. p. 477. 

WAY. JAMES S.; Richmond, p. 477. 

WEAVER, CANDACE JANE; Greens- 
burg, Pennsylvania, Alpha Delta Pi, 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister, p. 477. 

WEBB, CAROLYN ANN; Mt. Wash- 
ington, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home 
Economics Club, p. 477. 

WEBER, MIKE CHARLES; Richmond, 
p. 478. 

WEBER, THERESA A.; Louisville, 
Philosophy Club, p. 478. 

WEBSTER, "JUDITH LYNN; Frank- 
fort, SNEA, SCEC, Chi Omega, p. 
478. 

WEBSTER, MARITA FAYE; Glencoe, 
p. 478. 

WEDDLE, DEWEY WADE; Tick 
Ridge, p. 478. 

WEDIG, HERBERT F.; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, p. 478. 

WEIGAND, THERESE ANN; Flor- 
ence, p. 478. 

WEISMAN, SHERRY VERNE; Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, p. 478. 

WELDON, GARY FREDERICK; War- 
house Point, Connecticut, p. 478. 

WELKER, MARSHA LYNNE; Shep- 
herdsville, p. 478. 

WELLS, BILLY DALE; Sharonville, 
Ohio, Accounting Club, College 
Republicans, p. 478. 

WESTMEYER, STEPHEN B.; Lexing- 
ton, p. 478. 

WHEELER, DENISE; Westerville, 



Ohio, p. 478. 

WHITAKER, JAMES TAYLOR; Louis- 
ville, Percussion Ensemble, Phi Mu 
Alpha, p. 478. 

WHITE, GEORGE THURMAN; Lex- 
ington, p. 478. 

WHITE. JAMES EDWARD: Rich- 
mond, Black Student Union, p. 478. 

WIAFE-ABABIO, DEROY G.; Kumasi- 
Ghana, p. 478. 

WIDUP, KAY; Winamac, Indiana. 
Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Phi 
Sigma, Association of Law Enforce- 
ment, p. 478. 

WILCHER, NANCY S.; Stanford. Phi 
Kappa Phi, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, DONALD LOUIS; Shel- 
byville, Baseball Team, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, DOYLE; Sand Gap. In- 
dustrial Education Club, Veterans 
Club, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH RAMBO: 
Richmond, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, GARY L.; Shelbyville. 
Baseball Team, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, KEN R.; Columbus, Ohio. 
Recreation Club, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, KENNETH L.; Wilming- 
ton, Ohio, Sigma Nu, HPER, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, PHYLLIS BARCLAY: 
Lexington, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT NEIL; Hagers- 
town, Maryland, Revaltion — Presi- 
dent, p. 478. 

WILLIAMS, ROGER L.; Pikeville. p. 
478. 

WILLIAMSON, JOHN LESLIE; Pike- 
ton, Ohio, p. 479. 

WILLIEN, SARA LYNN: Hilliard. 
Ohio, HPER, p. 479. 

WILLS, HARRY PARK; Richmond, 
p. 479. 

WILSON, CATHERINE SUE: Paris. 
SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi, Christian 
Student Fellowship, p. 479. 

WILSON, WILLIAM S.; Irvine, p. 479. 

WINBUM JR., EUGENE W.; Louis- 
ville, Marketing Club, American 
Marketing Association, p. 479. 

WINBURN, MARGARET ANN: Rich- 
mond, p. 479. 

WINGATE, REBECCA ANNE; Day- 
ton, Ohio, Alpha Kappa Delta, 
GROWTH, p. 479. 

WINGO, ELAINE W.; Richmond, p. 
480. 

WINNER, CATHY LOUISE; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, p. 480. 

WISE, DEBRA LOUISE; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Eastern Kentucky 



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University Association of Nursing, 
p. 480. 

WISEMAN, DAVID KENT; Beatty- 
ville.p. 480. 

WITT, BRIAN S,; Rochell Park, New 
Jersey, p. 480. 

WITT, LINDA J.; Simpsonville, In- 
terior Design Club. p. 480. 

WOESTE, MARCIA LYNN; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, p. 480. 

WOLFE, VICKI KAREN; London, 
Alpha Psi Omega, EKU Players, 
p. 480. 

WOOD, DIANE STALKER; Rich- 
mond, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home 
Ec. Club, p. 480. 

WOODEN, ARTHUR RAY; Big Clifty, 
p. 480. 

WOODS, JANE LYNN: Louisville, p. 
480. 

WOOLERY, PAMELA HALL; Rich- 
mond, p. 480. 

WORKMAN, GAIL LEE; Akron, Ohio, 
Majorette, p. 480. 

WORKMAN, LOWELL B.; Dry Ridge, 
p. 480. 



WORLEY, MARTHA MOORE; Perry- 
ville.p. 480. 

WORTHINGTON, MARY SUE; Tren- 
ton, New Jersey, p. 480. 

WRIGHT, CORA SPENCER; Lexing- 
ton, p. 480. 

WRIGHT, KENNETH E.; Versailles, 
Indiana, Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 480. 

WRIGHT. PAM L.; Lexington, p. 480. 

WRIGHT, STEVEN JOHN; Lexington, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 480. 

WRIGHT. VICKIE SUE; Lebanon, p. 
480. 

WUNDERLE, THOMAS CHARLES; 
Euclid, Ohio, p. 480. 

WURFEL, DAVE; Louisville, Beta 
Omicron Gamma, Class Officer — 
Vice President, p. 480. 

WYATT, TERRY GLENN; Berea, Del- 
ta Upsilon — Treasurer, p. 480. 

YELTON, MITCH; Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, p. 480. 

YORK, GLENDON WAYNE; Rich- 
mond, p. 480. 

YORK. KATHIE JEAN; Albany, p. 
480. 



YOUNG, BETTY LOU; Richmond, p. 
480. 

YOUNG, BRENDA DARLENE; Junc- 
tion City, Home Economics Club, 
p. 481. 

YOUNG, DARRELL GENE; Rich- 
mond, p. 481. 

YOUNG, DAVID MARTIN; London, 
p. 481. 

YOUNG, DAVID R.; Richmond, Sig- 
ma Nu, p. 481. 

YOUNG, EVELYN RUTH; Perryville, 
p. 481. 

YOUNG, JERRY LEE; Science Hill, 
Track and Cross Country Teams, p. 
481. 

YOUNG, PAMELA GAIL; Danville, 
Association of Nursing, p. 481. 

ZEITS, GREGORY G.; Lake Leelanau, 
Michigan, p. 481. 

ZIMMERMAN, SHARON FAYE; Rus- 
sell Springs, German Club, Sigma 
Tau Delta, p. 481. 

ZINNER, JOHN LAWRENCE; Fern 
Creek, Iota Lambda Sigma, IED, 
Newman Club, p. 481. 




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Index And Directory 



— A — 


Adkins. Vernal R 




Adkisson, Thomas L. 555 


Aalberts. Carl H 


Age. Janet L. 


Abar. Behnam 


Age, Steven M. 499 


Abboit. Charlotte A. 302 


Agee. Eleanor R 


Abbott, Daryl R. 499 


Agee, Sara K. Moores 


Abbotj., Janie L. 


AGRICULTURE CLUB 391 


Abbott, Jill M. 409,499 


Ahlers. Robert W 


Abbott. Linda M. 


AID-NSID244 


Abbott, Stephen C. 


Aiken, David S 389.499 


Abbott. Suzanne 


Aiken, Margaret A. 523 


Abdoo. Frank B. 


Aines, David M 413.592 


Abel, Jeannetie M. 


Aitken, Tom W 


Abel, John D. 


Akande, Alice M. 


Abetl, James B 


Akande, Theophilus A. 


Abell. Joseph F., Jr. 523 


Aker. Gaylord E 


Abell. Linda M. 


Akers, Beverley M 


Abernathy. Dianna L 523 


Akers, Curtis A. 


Abernathy.Wtlliam A. 523 


Akers, Elisabeth F 


Abig, Yvonne L. 


Akers. Gwendolyn C. 


Abner, Asa D. 523 


Akers, Jeffery L. 


Abner, Charles 356 


Akers, Jon R. 


Abner. Cleo 


Akers, Margaret J 499 


Abner, Debbie A. 


Akers. Phillip D 


Abner, Millie E. 


Akers, Randall 337, 499 


Abner. Richard G. 523 


Akers, S Michael 


Abner, Ronnie 356 


Akin, George B. 


Abney, Cecil 425 


Akin, Joseph W. 353 


Abney, Deborah 


Akin, Richard G 


Abney. Ella L. 555 


Akins, Debbie L 330 


Abney. Elsie A. 


Akins, Terry L 


Abney, George K. 


Alavi, Faramarz F 382.391 


Abney. Joseph T 282, 499 


Albaugh. Rebecca S. 344 


Abney, William M 499 


Albright, Bruce A. 


Abrams, Robin A. 


Albritton. Sheryl J S. 


Abshire, Barbara J 


Albro, Robert L. 11 555 


ACE 406 


Alcorn, Patty J 


ACADEMICS 159 


Alcorn, Randell 


Ach. Johanna F. 555 


Alcorn, Roger W 


Ackley. James C 555 


Alder, Elmer L. Jr. 


Ackman. David S. 




Adair. Harry E. 


Aldridge, Joy L- 383 


Adair. KeithaL. 410.555 


Alexander, Aimee H. 


Adair, Kenneth A. 


Alexander, Deborah L. 


Adair, Robert T. 523 


Alexander, Donald P 


Adair, W Drew 


Alexander, Jeanette G 


Adams. Barbara S 555 


Alexander, Joseph S. 425 


Adams, Betsy A. H. 


Alexander, Judy J 499 


Adams, Carla A. 


Alexander, Keith S 425 


Adams, Carol L. 


Alexander, PatnciaS 


Adams. Carolyn C 499 


Alexander, Ronald J 353 


Adams. Clayburn 


Alexander. Shirley M 482 


Adams, Daryl L. 




Adams, Gary W 


Alexander, Vicki Ly 


Adams, Hazel A. 


Alford, David A 


Adams. lona L. 499 


Alford. James L. 555 


Adams, James L 523 


Alford, Tony L 555 


Adams. James L., Jr 


Aliff. Carolyn S S55 




Allen. AlleneF 


Adams. Johh M. 


Allen. Beverly L. 


Adams, John W. 


Allen. Blanda K 425 


Adams, Jorecia 523 


Allen, Charles R 407,425 


Adams. Judith F. 


Allen. David L. 


Adams, Judy G 


Allen. Deborah M. 


Adams. Judy V 


Allen. Diana L. 


Adams, Juliana T. 


Allen, Doris J. 


Adams. Kameron 555 


Allen, Elizabeth 523 


Adams, Karen D 555 


Allen. Emma J 327,425 


Adams, KathyR 366 


Alien. Ethel M. 


Adams, La Verne 


Allen, Gregory D 


Adams, Linda L. 


Allen, Henry H. 


Adams. Lynn C 


Allen. Hilda F 


Adams, Marsha J. 383, 555 


Allen. James D 


Adams, Mary V 523 


Allen, Jennifer L. 


Adams. Mitchell 


Allen. Jo E. 523 


Adams, Richard H. 


Allen. Jorja L. J 


Adams, Robert G. 


Allen, Karen 396, 499 


Adams. Robert M. 


Allen, Kirby L. 


Adams, Roy D 




Adams, Roy W. 


Allen, Mary E 


Adams, Samuel 


Allen. Michele R 


Adams, Shirley B. 


Allen. Mike L. 


Adams. Stephen M 499 


Allen. Norma J J 


Adams, Susan G. 


Allen, Pamela L. 340.499 


Adams, Terresa L 


Allen. Paul H. 


Adams, Thomas P 


Allen. Randall C 


Adams, Vicki J 


Allen. Rhonda L. 555 


Adams. Watson, Jr. 




Adams. William B. 391 


Allen, Stanley D 


Adams, William D 


Allen, Stephanie J 


Adams. William E, 523 


Allen, Steven W 


Adams, William 363.499 


Allen, Thaleena F 


Adams, Wilma J. 


Allen, William M. 


Adamson. Brenda L. 385, 396, 523 


AUender, John E 


Adamson, James L 


Alley. Gary D 


Adeli. Kambiz R, 499 


Alley, Ladonna 


Adkins, Beriee247,482 


Alley, Michael J 539 


Adkins, Cindy A. 555 


Alley, RebeccaS 


Adkins, Danny D. 


Alley. Thomas G 


Adkins, Dewey L. 


Allison, Billy R 


Adkins, Earl D. 


Allison, Larry G 523 


Adkins, James E 355. 523 


Allison. William R. 


Adkins, Jerry W 


AUman. James 173 


Adkins. Judi K. 


All man. Sue P 


Adkins. Judieth A. R 


Allnuit, Constance L. 555 


Adkins. Pauline B. 


Allphin, Robert H.Jr 


Adkins, Roger H. 


ALPHA BETA TAU 335 


Adkins, Sharon 


ALPHA DELTA PI 331 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 529 


Arnsparger. Nancy J 340. 360. 425 


Bailey. Michael E. 426 


ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 250 


Arrigon, Cathryn A. 555 


Bailey. Patricia S. 482 


ALPHA PHI GAMMA 244 


ART DEPARTMENT 196 


Bailey, Paula G. 523 


ALPHA PHI SIGMA 253 


Art. Robert P. 


Bailey. Robbie 555 


Als man, Edward, Jr 


Arter, Arned M 


Bailey. Stephen C. 426 


Alston. Marvin J. 292, 293. 307. 


Arthur. James D 


Bailey, Violette K. T. 


425 


Arthur. James L. 


Bailiff, Jennifer E. 


Alsup. Rodney G 425 


Arthur, Wallace H. 


Bailiff. Robert D. 


Althoff. Hildegard A. 525 


Arvin. Carmon G. 425 


Bair. Dave J. 


Altman. John P. 


Asbury. Fawn 249. 499 


Baird, Cloyde R. 


Alton, KathyK. 425 


Asbury. Sharon A. 


Baird. Ernest C. 


Alvey, Donna B 


Ashby, Gary L. 425 


Baird. Led ford A. 


Alvey. Gloria J 


Ashby, Kimberly H. 523 


Baize. Rieke B. 


Alvind, Joseph H. 259. 260 


Ashcraft. Arlan W 


Bakenhester. Eugene R. 


Amabile, Joseph P. 499 


Ashcraft, Betty R 


Bakenhester, Tanya 426 


Ambrose, Martha E. 523, 242 


Ashcraft, Carle ton C 


Baker. Arvel 


Amburgey. Arnold. Jr. 


Ashcraft. Robert L. 


Baker, Audrey M. 


Amburgey. Deborah L. 425 


Asher. Bernice J 


Baker, Bev ie J. 523 


Amburgey. Denny 555 


Asher, Curtis J 


Baker. Brenda S. 555 


Amburgey, Gay N. 


Asher, Hermon 425 


Baker. Carla J. 


Amburgey, Karion L 


Asher, Julie D 394,523 


Baker, Catherine J. 592 


Amburgey, Phillip H 


Asher, Michael J 482 


Baker, Charles T. 


Amburgey, Rebecca L 


Asher, Robert C 


Baker, Christopher T. 426 


Amburgey, Sherry A 


Asher, Sharon L 


Baker. David M. 383. 555 


Amburgey. Stephen G 


Ashley, Steven R. 


Baker. Deborah A. 491 


Amburn. Thomas A 


Ashraf. Mohsen 


Baker, Denise E. 499 


Amerine, Bryan J. 537 


Ashworth. Clark S. 


Baker. Douglas R. 


Aminilari. Mohammad N 


Ashworth. Richard W. 555 


Baker, Edward A. 


Aminilan, Mohammadh 


Assanuvat, Sithi 523, 391 


Baker. Edward J. 


Amundsen, Melvin L. 


Asyer, Ida M. 


Baker. Elaine R 555 


Anders, Elizabeth C 


Atria. Kathy A. 523 


Baker, Elizabeth A. 


Anders. Ruth E. 


Atha, Robert F. 


Baker, Elizabeth S. 


Anders. William D 


Atha, Sheila F 425 


Baker. Evalyn !. 


Anderson, Benita F. 


ATHENIAN SHIELD 404 


Baker. Frances W, 


Anderson. Brenda K, 


ATHLETICS 235 


Baker. Fred 523 


Anderson. Carol L. 344. 409, 499 


Atkins. Dana L 


Baker. Gary L. 523 


Anderson, Donald B. 


Atkins, Lorna K 425 


Baker, Gary W 


Anderson. Fred B. 


Atkins, Ronnie D. 425 


Baker, Ginger L. 555 


Anderson. Gary P. 


Atkinson, Becky A 590. 499 


Baker. Jackie 


Anderson. George A 




Baker. James M. 482 


Anderson, Glenn S. 


Atkinson, John D 


Baker. Janet L. 246. 527, 426 


Anderson, Gloria A, 


Atkinson. Paul D 


Baker. Janice P. 555 


Anderson, Holly B 425 


Atkinson, Robert M 592 




Anderson. Larry D 365 


Atwood. Ebba L. 298. 426 


Baker. Joel G. 426 


Anderson, Leslie L. 425 


Atwood, Janet D 


Baker. Johnnie D. 


Anderson, Mary J 555 


Atwood, Judy D 


Baker. Kathleen 499 


Anderson. McDowell 


Atwood. William L. 


Baker. Kathy F. 


Anderson, Michael S. 


Au, Shun Yee 


Baker, Leslie B. 


Anderson, Nancy P. 327, 523 


Aubrey, David A 


Baker. Unda K. 499 


Anderson, Rita L. 555 


Aubrey. Frank B. 


Baker. Madaline E. 


Anderson, Sherry 


Augustine. Carole J 304.523 


Baker. Mary P. 


Anderson, Shirlene 523 


AURORA 417 


Baker, Maurice W. 524 


Anderson. William K 


AUSA 402 


Baker, Pamela S. 555 


Andrews, Bennette W 


Ausherman. Margaret L. 


Baker. Paul 


Andrews. Dana N 


Ausmus, Kathryn J H. 


Baker. Paul V. 


Andrews, Gail P. 


Austin. Greg L. 


Baker, Penelope A 


Andrews, Karen L. 555 


Austin. Phillip R. 


Baker. Robin A. 


Andrews, Paul R, 


Auxier, James L 


Baker, Sampson D. 


Andrews. Waiter L. 


Aux.er, Mary J. 


Baker, Sharon D 


Anello, Cecilia ""." 499 


Avenll, Laura J 499 


Baker. Shelia D. 555 


Angel, Barbara R. 526 


Aydt. Janet S. 


Baker. Stevie A. 


Angelini, Johnny C 


Aydt, Paula L. 210.425 


Baker. Susan C. 555 


Angel], Michael D. 555 


Ayers. Gary S. 


Baker. Tommy G. 


Angell. Patricia J 


Ayette, Anthony A 499 


Baker, William E. 364 


Angle. Darre! W. 


Ayette, Joyce E W 


Baker, Winifred A. 524 


Angle. Deborah L. 


Ayres. Harvey D 


Bakos, Beth A. 540, 569 


Annas, Sandra K. H 


Azimi, Javad 


Balcom, Ronald F. 


Annas, Victor S. 




Baldino. Frank L. 


Ansley. James G 523 


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Baldridge. Janie R. 


Anns, Karen S. 555 




Baldwin, Mary E. 


Antle, Roy D. 


Babb, Coral K 


Baldwin, Norman L. 


Appenfelder, Margaret 555 


Babb, Danny R 364 


Bales. Debra L. 426 


Apple. James L 


Babb. Harold D 


Ball. Barbara F. 491 


Apple. Rebecca S, 555 


Babbage. Donald R .Jr. 


Ball, Barbara J. 


Applegate. Kimberly D 


Baber, Douglas A. 425 


Ball, Cynthia J. 221, 4S2 


Applegate, Patricia E. 


Babich, Michael 


Ball, Darrell T. 


Applegate. Stephen W 


Bach. Betty J 


Ball. David R. 


Applegate, Teresa A. 523 


Bach. Loretta M 


Ball. Elizabeth A 


Arabzadegan, Mehdi 391, 523 


Bach. M. Ellen 340. 555 


Ball. Enc G 


Arbogast, Gary 282. 284 


Bachelor, Marvin M. 


Bait, Larry D. 


ArbuckJe. Betsy M 523 


Bachman, Jane A. 491 


Ball, Robert L 


Archer, Howard P. 


Bachman. Timothy L. 


Ball. Ronald M. 


Arey. Richard B. 


Bachmann, Lynn E. 523 


Ball, Sandra A. 530. 524 


Arflack, Norman E. 499 


Bachus, Susan J. 425 


Ball. William L.. Jr. 296. 555 


Arif, Syed M 


Back, Gary W. 523 


Ballard. Cathy S. 491 


Arlinghaus. James A 425 


Back, J Elaine 


Ballard. Janice C 524 


Armstrong, Anita G 555 


Back, Mary L. 


Ballard. Uoyd D. 


Armstrong. Betty B. 


Bacon, Anne S. 382, 499 


Ballard. Martha L. 556 


Armstrong, Jimmie D 


Bacon. Horace S 


Ballard. Paul D 290 


Armstrong, Michael R 


Bacon. William H 


Ballard. Robert L. 




Bader, Kathleen R 


Ballard. Wanda S. 


Arnett, Emma J 


Badgett, Barbara N. 407 


Ballew. James E. 549 


Arnett. Jane R- 425 


Badishian. Deborah A 340. 360. 499 


Ballinqer. BertW. 


Arnett. Linda S 


Bagby, Cara : 


Ballinger. Patricia A, 


Arnett, Margarita 


Baierlein, William R, 


Ballinger. Patricia J 


Arnett. Victor E. 


Bailes. Steven R 358, 525 


Balmos. William H 390.524 


Arnold. Barbara A 


Bailey. Barbara J 4°9 


Balser, Judith A. 327. 524 


Arnold, Bruce W 


Bailey, Becky S. 


Balsley. Patricia R 4 Q ° 


Arnold. Doug E. 523 


Bailey, Carolyn R 


Baltzley. Cynthia K. 


Arnold, Douglas M. 


Bailey, Deborah F 544, 425 


Bancroft. Deborah L. 


Arnold. John S. 


Bailev, Debra L 555 


BAND DAY 86 


Arnold, John W 


Bailey, Gary S 426 


Bandura. Stephen D.. Jr. 253. 387 


Arnold. John W , Jr 


Bailey. Gregory W. 


Bandy. Beverly P 


Arnold, Linda M. 523 


Bailey. Karen L 139.;;. 


Bandy. Debra J. 556 


Arnold, Lydia F. 


Bailey, Larry 419 


Bandy. Michael D 356 


Arnold. Phyllis A. 425 


Bailey. Lawrence 482 


Bane, Deborah L. 


Arnold. Scott K. 523 


Bailey. Linda C. 


Banks. Charles H. 


Arnold. Scott T. 425 


Bailey. Louis J 


Banks, Jimmy R 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 333 



The listing begun on this page is intended to 
serve as a directory of the 1973-74 Eastern 
Kentucky University student body and as a 
student, faculty and activity index. Names 
of students who are pictured in the Mile- 



stone are followed by page numbers. The 
names of faculty pictured are printed in 
italic type. Activities and organizations 
covered are capitalized. 



612 Index and Directon 



Banks, Robert E. 



Bankston. Imogene 556 


Barnett, Lana K 426 


Ban n on, Susan C. 


Barnelt, Lee H 426 


Banzhaf. Barbara A 426, 243 


Barnett, Linda C 


BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 326 


Barnett, Lois A. 


Barada, David A 


Barnett, Mary M. 


Barbee, Joe L. 


Barnett. Sara S 482 


Barber, Brenda K 


Barnett. William R 


Barber, Bruce J. 383,423 


Barnette.Cavin R., Jr 


Barber, David A 


Bamette, Philip L. 253, 387, 4 


Barber, John F. 


Barnott.FredD 363,524 


Barber, Tina S. 


Barondick, Michele M. 298 


Barbour, Dennis R 270 


Barr, Dixon 208 


Barchus, John A., IV 


Barr, H. Scott 


Barclay, Judith K.H. 


Barrett, Fred, Jr 


Barclay, Patrick R 


Barrett, William L 


Barclay, Paula S 


Barrow. John W . Jr 524 


Barclay. Russell C. 400 


Barry, Michael B 


Bardwell, TyneB 524 


Barry. Pauline H 


BarField, Deborah C 332, 426 


Barsotti, Martin J 363, 426 


Barge. Lois 242 


Barth, Kimberly A 524 


Barger. DonnieG. 


Barih. LynneM 556 


Barger, JohnettaS, N. 


Bartle, Billy J 


Barger, M. Nolan 


Bartlett, Joan E. 556 


Barger, Mary C. 


Barlley, Christy A. 


Barger, Michael W. 


Bartley.Gary D. 


Barger. Ramona G. F. 


Barlley, Helen M. 556 


Barger, Willette A W 


Bartley, Michael D. 


Bargo, Elizabeth 491 


Barlley, Thomas D. 


Bargo, Lola M. 


Bartolutti. Joseph J. 360 


Bargo, Robert F 


Barton. John C. 


Barker. Barbara G 499 


Barton, Phyllis C 


Barker, Brenda J 


Barton, Yvonne S. 426 


Barker. Eddie L 


BASEBALL COLONELS 282 


Barker. John P 


BASKETBALL COLONELS 2 


Barker. Nicholas D 293 


Baskette. Hugh M., Jr. 


Barker, Pamela J. 


Bass, Jo Ellen 


Barksdale, Milton K. 


Bass, Lee E 


Barlow, James L. 327,499 


Bass, Steven G 


Barn, Elspeth M 524 


Bassett, Ronald E. 


Barnard, Charles J 


Bassler, Stephen C. 524 


Barnard. Jeanna L 247,499 


Bastin. Marvin M 524 


Barnard, Roderick L 364 


Bastin, Phyllis J 


Barnes. Bonnie D 


Bastin, WilliamS., Jr. 524 


Barnes. Clara J. 


Basye, Marjone R 


Barnes, Clifton E., Jr. 


Batch, Mary E. 


Barnes, Darlene 524 


Bates, Carolyn J. 556 


Barnes. DonnieG 


Bates. Charlene 426 


Barnes, Eugene N. 


Bates, Connie R 


Barnes, Isa V. H 


Bates, Danny J. 



;,JudyG 98.304.525 



, Naomi R. 

,, Patsy C. 382,499 

„ Sandra L. 556 

;, Stephanie L. 



Barnett, Glenda N. 
Barnett, James E 3 
Barnett, James L 



Batte. Mary J. 556 

Battle. Deborah A. 344. 556. 279 

Batts, John L 250,482 

Bam, Teresa J. 426 




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Bauer, Bruce H, 339, 426 
Bauer, Candace 556 
Bauer, Karen S, 556 
Bauer, Robert V 
Bauer. Sharen A, 556 
Baugh, Jeff R 
Baugh, Steve D. 
Baumstark, Evelyn F 556 
Baumstark, Jane C 
Bausch, Margaret E 
Baxley, Bridget C. 396, 556 
Baxter, Deuel O 
Baxter, Karen L. 556 
Baxter. Robert W 
Baxter, Tonselara 524 
Baxtron, Brenda G 556 
Bayer, Benjamin J 
Bayes, Cynthia A, 556 
Bayes, Kathleen A 
Bayes, Teresa S 
Bayes, Vicki L. 499 
Beach, Brenda K, 524 
Beach, David H. 
Beach, Larry W. 
Beach. Laura M 
Beach. Paul R. 
Beach, Richard 383, 524 
Beall, Thomas S. 
Beam, Deborah A. 385, 524 
Bean, Judith A. 408 
Beane. William S 410 
Beard. Bruce J 
Beard. Charles S 
Beard. Dennis J 
Beard, Micah S 
Beard. Shirley D 
Beard, William J 
Beasley, Debra K 
Beasley. Jackie L. 
Beasley, Vickie J 
Beason, Cheryl L. 556 
Beason, E Danny 
Beaston. Kathleen A 524 
Beatty, Anthany 
Beatly, Cynthi 
Beaty. Carol D 556 
Beaty. Judith A 556 






Beaui 



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i. 491 



Beaver, Guy M 
Beavers, Deborah G 
Beban, Stephen L. 499 
Beck, David C. 326 
Beck. David R 307, 309. 556 
Beck, Deborah S 
Beck, Linda S. 253 
Beck. Susan J. 524 
Becker, Irene S. 
Becker, Terry A. 330 
Becker, Theresa M. 499 
Beckett, Timothy A. 556 
Beckham, Tony L 556 
Beckler. Charles M 
Beckler, James F 500 
Beckner, Anne A 
Beckner. Barbara K 



Beckner, Patricia H 
Beckner. Robert 
Beddow, Martha R 
Bednarczyk, Janice 
Bee, Charles W 
Bee, Richard A 500 
Beebe. Leslie A 358 
Beegle. Brenda K 
Beeler, Jacob W 
Beeler, Mary L 
Beeler. Patricia F 
Beeson, Lisbeth J. 410, 427 
Beeson. Robert L., Jr 427 
Begley. Bruce B 
Begley. Deborah S 
Begley, El h anon T 
Begley, Elmer 
Begley, George A. 
Begley, James 
Begley. Jean R. 
Begley, John A, 500 



Begley, Lena D 556 




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bubbling Park Fountain. 







Begley, Ralph D. 482 






Begiey, Robert B. 160 






Begley, Rosemary L. 500 






Begley, Samuel E. 






Begley, StarlaS 






Begley, William E 






Begnoche, Brian J 






Behanan, Linda S. 






Behrens, Kathryn L 556 






Behrens. Martha S. 






Behrens, Sue 330, 339.427 


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Beitler, Rita M. 427 
Belcher, Dennis W. 






Belcher, Duane L 


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Belcher. Gary B 
Belcher, Gerald G. 
Belcher. Janet S. P. 
Belcher, Nancy C. S. 
Belcher, Sheila K 
Belden, Clifford L 358.556 
Belew. Melissa A 556 




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Belew, Nancy C 


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Belger, Marsha 340 
Bell, Brian L 


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Bell. James 358 
Bell, Jane 253 


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Bell. Kirk J. 556 


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Bell, Martha A. 


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Bell. Mary J 427 


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Bell. Robert D 


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Bell, Robert L. 364 




Bell. William S. 401,402, 524 






Bellairs, Deborah K 


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Bellamy, Deborah J. 500 
Bellamy, Dorinda J. 410. 500 
Bellamy, James W. 
Bellamy, John P 556 
Bellamy, M Kenneth, Jr 



Bell.irny. Margaret C 


Black, Gregory H 


Bellamy, Marguerite B, 


Black. James G. 


Bellamy, Pnscilla 


Black. Jerry W 524 


Bellando, Lila D 


Black. John W 


Bellinger, Dennis S. 


Black, KathyJ 366.463.524, 


Belwood, Margaret C 


593 


BENCH, JOHNNY 105. 119 




Bender, Angela F 


Black! Randall H 


Bender, Kenneth C. 296, 427 


Black, Roy G., Jr. 


Bender, Mona L R 500 


Black, William D 


Benge, Carl D 


Blackburn, Bill P. 


Benje, Norma J 


Blackburn, David C 


Benge, Penny D 


Blackburn, George C 400.404 


Bengston, Ann G. 


Blackburn, Lawrence 260 


Bennett, Alan J 


Blackburn. Lore tta 486 


Bennett, Clyde T 


Blackburn. Mary A 524 


Bennett, Darris W. 500 


Blackburn, Sandra M. 177 


Bennett. Dec A. 301,556 


Blackburn, Saundra K 557 


Bennett, Herbert S, 500 


Blackburn, Stephen F 


Bennett, James D 482 


Blackburn, Winona R 524 


Bennett, Larry L 


Blackford. Larry 267, 269, 270 


Bennett, Linda S. 500 


Blackman, Gordon R. 


Bennett. Lois M. 


Blackwetl, Meredith A 


Bennett, Norman L. 


Bladen, Susan M. 


Bennett, Riana G 


Blain, R.chard A. 400. 557 


Benningfield, Robert 


Blair, Jack E. 


Benmngs, Kenneth J 


Blair, James F. 500 


Bensmg, Gayle A. 524 


Blair, Kenneth 


Benson, Don.ild 


Blair, Linda C O 


Benson, Mary T 


Blair. Mary J 557 


Benson. Susan A 500 


Bla.r, Rebecca J 


Benson, Tressellu 556 


Blair, Thomas D 


Bentley. Bettnia J 427 


Blair, Timothy L. 


Bentley, Gary W 


Blair. William E 


Bentley. James C 


Blake, Fred L 


Bentley. Tina 296. 297 


Blake, Sara E 525 


Bentley. Vivian E 


Blakeman. Anne S. 427 


Benton, Brenda J 413, 524 




Benton, Charles E. 11 


Blakeman, Carol A 428 


Benton, Doris J. 


Blakemore, Woolfolk H 


Benton, Nolan R 11 


Blakey, Ann C 525 


Benton, Sandy L 


Blanc. Linda C 


Benwell, Thomas E-, Jr. 


Blanchard, Elizabeth 


Berbench, Cathy M 


Blanchard. Paul D 


Berenbroick, Starr H 398. 399, 500 


Bland, Mary M. 428 


Berge, Theodore J. 


Bland, Mary P 


Bergman. Ronald E. 


Bland, Michael L 428 


Bergmann.Guenter E 290 


Bland, Timothy S 


Bergmann, Horst W. 


Blandford. Barbara S 


Berkheiser, Samuel W 482 


Blank, Mary P 351 


Berndt, Gary L- 556 


Blank, Patti A 369, 500 


Berndt, Jane A 356 


Blankenship, Barbara 500 


Berndt, Mary E 491 


Blankenship, J. Wayne 


Berndt, Thomas T. 556 


Blankenship, Page C. 249. 525 


Berner, Joseph P.. Jr. 


Blankenship. Paula V 428 


Berner, Susan L 


Blann. James D 


Berner, Paul L. 500 


Blanion, Dr. L, H. 19 


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Blanton, Vicki L S 


Berry. David S 


Blanton, William M 525 


Berry, Donna L. 500 


Blasius, Leslie D. 


Berry, Georgietta L 524 


Blaylock, David F 


Berry. MerriJ 


Blaylock. Joyce A 525 


Berry, William C 


Blaylock. Laura S 428 


Berryman. Amy M. 326 


Blaylock, Michael J 


Berryman. William R. 387 


Bledsoe. Arthur 


Bersaglia, Rosena 


Bledsoe. Glenda F 


Bersaglia, William G. 


Blessing, William D 260 


Bertelson, Dale R 


Blevens, Dale M. 


Bertrand, Anna L. 408. 524 


Blevens. Denise K 351.428 


Bertrand, Robert J , Jr 251,500 


Blevins. Emily A 249. 525 


Best, Martha F 340, 556 


Blevins, Jerry D. 


Best, Patricia D. 500 


Blewins, Michael L 408. 428 


BETATHETAPI 337 


Blevins, Ralph G 


Bettle. Lonnie E. 524 


Blevins. Rodney V 557 


Betz, EveannaK. 229, 413, 427 


Blewm. Kenny 285 


Beverly, Lisa A. 556 


Block, Mary J 351 


Bhuntularph, Chirdkul 


Bloomer. Mary Lee V. 385, 525 


Bibee, Beverlee A. 427 


Blosser, Thomas G, II 557 


Bibelhausen, Nancy J. 351, 500 


Blum. Charles R 


Bickel. Steven A 


Blum, Diane 396, 402, 404, 


Bickers, Daniel K. 


557 


Biddle, Paul A. 


Blum, John C. 


Biddulph, Sydney J. 


Blythe, Robert R 


Biehn, Mary A. 524 


Boardman, Karen L 525 




BOARD OF REGENTS 161, 160 


Bielecki.SaraR. 


Boatnght, Linda S 328.369.428 


Bielefeld, Janet M 524 


Bock, Shern L. 429 


Bieschke, Kurt N 


Bodey. Thomas A 282 


Biggs. BiJJy 296 


Bodme, Linda D 429 


Bilger, Marsha A 


Boes, Linda A. 


Biliter, Honsel C 


Bogan. Karen L 


BUiter. Mary B 


Bogdan, Daniel J 288 


Billings, Patricia L 


Boggess, Rita J 250, 429 


Billings, Ruth A 


Boggs, Barry M 


Billner, Michael R 524 


Boggs, Brenda J 557 


Bills, Joseph K 556 


Boggs, Cleia J. 


Biltups, Lora L 247.427 


Boggs, Elizabeth A 525 


Binaei, Linda P. 524 


Boggs, Linda 500 


Binggeh, Sandra L. 500 


Boggs. Lonnie 


Bingham, Eddie W. 


Boggs, Mary L 


Birchf.eld, Harold W. 500 


Boggs. Nancy E. 244, 351. 509 


Bird, Joy E 


Boggs, Rita K 


Bird, Nancy E 500 


Boggs, Thomas D 296. 500 


Bird. Frances 369 


Bogie. Barbara K 


Bird, Sarah F 524 


Bogie, Debra R 326. 557 


Bird, William F 


Bohon, Roy L. 


Bisceglia, Mary S 524 


Bohon, Sue A S 


B.sher, Bruce L. 427 


Boian. Allan W. 525 


Bishop, Clay M. 500 


Boland, Deborah A 525 


Bishop, Dwight K. 


Bolen, Teresa A 557 


Bishop, Gayle 366 


Boleyn. Betty S 


Bishop. James R. 


Boleyn, Roy 


Bishop. Jerry A. 557 


Bolin, Lynda K 557 


Bishop. Marie A 


Bolog. Keith F 


Bishop. Victoria R. 


Bolster, Diane L 


Bisig. Daniel G 358, 524 


Bolton, Charles E 


Bivms. Claude B. 


Bolton, Elizabeth B. 525 


Black, Ann R 


Bolton. Robert A. 


Black, Barbara A. 


Bolton, Rosemary J 


Black. Barbara L. 300 


Bolton, Wallace W 429 


Black, Charles A. 


Bolus, Richard J 


Black, Charles D. 


Bolzan, John A. 


Black. Charles E 


Bonagura, Debra A 366 


Black, Donna 169 


Bonar, Marlene F 429 


Black. Donna F. 


Bonar. Richard C 


Black. Douglas K. 251. 402, 407, 


Bonar, Ronda M. 557 



Index and Directory 613 



Bond, Wilson 113 


Bradley. William O. Jr. 
Bradshaw, Daniel R. 






Bonfield, Joseph M. 




Bonfield. Patrick D. 


Bradshaw, Timothy L. 




Bonham. Chris P 


Bradslreet. Mark C. 1 




Bonner. Beverly A. 


Bradstreet, Michael A. 558 




Bonner, John F 


Brady, Barbara L. 




Bonnetl. John A. 429 


Brady, Earl C. 




Bonny. Thomas H. 


Brady. MarceUa C 




Bonzo, James M. 364 


Brady. Mary C 429 




Booher, Sheri A. 366, 389. 525 


Brady. Stephen S. 




Booker, Lavetta R. 429 


Brake, Olen C , Jr. 




Boone, Anna M. 


Brake. Roy S. 




Boone. Donald Sidney 


Brake, Vicki M. 344. 525 






Bralley, John A, 




Boone. Susan K. 300 


Branam. Margaret P 




Boonyaraksa. Archara 482. 391 


Branam, Roy D. 




Boonyawat, Anchalee 482, 391 


Branch, Frank, Jr 




Bootes. Pat A. 557 


Branch. Lisa A. 558 




Bootes. Robert D 


Branch, Mary E 429. 244.411 




Bootes. Thomas R 


Brand. Edwin C. 




Booth, Allen D. 


Brandenburg, Charles 




Booth, Brian K. 


Brandenburg, Douglas 




Booth, Charlie J. 


Brandenburg. Janet W. 




Booth, Leslie K. 353. 500 


Brandenburg, Michael 




Boothe, Anne L. 


Brandenstein. David C 558 




Boothe. Judith A. 


Brandner, Steven J 




Boothe. TamaraK. 410 


Branham. Belinda R. 




Bordas. Edward M. 


Branham, C Kevin 




Borden, Daniel U 


Branham. Deborah J 




Borders. Deborah A. D 


Branham. Judith A. 


i ' ffl 'id 


Borders. Frances C 


Branham, Judith C. 




Borders. Harold 1 


Branham. Keith W ] 




Borders. Jane A. 500 


Branham, Timothy T 558 




Borders. John D 


Branom, Cynthia A. 500 




Boren, David A- 293 


Branson, Mary L 




Borne, Albert W. 


Branson, Muriel D 




Borsl, Sharalee 


Branson. Robert M j 
Branson. Tern A. T 




riostelman. Kenneth P. 251. 293 




Boster, Jane A. T 


Branstetter. Larry W. 




Boster, Richard G, 


Brant, Dennis G 




Bostic, Ethel L. 482 


Brashear. Deborah K. 


^B \ &*^% 


Bosuc, Howard R.. Jr. 353 


Brashear. Ellen K. 


■ \ 


Boswell. Theresa K. 557 


Brashear. Judy H 


r \ 


Bothe.DaraS. 


Brashear, Vicki A. 


fi \ 


Botkins, Tern S 


Braun. Aleea J 558 


HI \ 


Botner, Billy R. 


Braun. Kathleen M 


■ 1 \ 


Bottom. Elizabeth B. 525 


Braun, Nancy D. 500 


A A v 


Bottom, Robert L 


Braun, Richard A , Jr. 


■ 1 \ 


Bottom. Ronnie P 360 


Brautigam, Ellen L 383. 500 


1! \ 


Bottoms. Barbara L. 500 


Bray. Carl W. 


■ 1 l 


Bottoms, Richard L. 557 


Bray, Kenneth D 


ll 1 1 


Bottoms. Sharon K. 


Bray. Ronald D 


9| | 


Bottorff. Charles T 326, 500 


Brazas, Adam T., Jr 


HI 1 


Botts. Elizabeth A. 557 


Brazas, Deborah G. 


HI ft 


Bourne. James P 


Breck, Rev R L 19 


ll 1 ft 


Bovinet. Frederick M 


Bredenberg, Jerry L 


m\ 1 ft 


Bovinet. Gerald R. 


Bredenberg, Richard E. 1 


ip^^ ■ ^* 


Bowen, Bonnie L 340 


Breeden. Karen D 1 


-*-^s 


Bowen, Lloyd P. 


Breeding, Gregory 


,-^> 7 3 


Bowen. Ramon M 364 


Breeding. Jerry V 




Bowers. Holly M 
Bowers. John C. 482 


Breeding. Kenneth E 

Breeze. Joseph C. 500 3 


Bowers, MorreU 






Bowers, Patricia A 


Brenner. John W 1 




Bowles, Deborah A 429. 408 


Brent, Christine P 




Bowles, Mary J. 525 


Brentzel. Cathy M. S. J 




Bowlin. Douglas W. 


Brentzel. Stewart E 429 


Spiv^m 


Bowlin, Katherine S 500 


Bresnen, Pamela R 383 


iwf i 


Bowlin, Steven T 557 


Bressert. Jay A. 242. 248, 525 


WBl 


Bowling. Alene P 


Bretz, Frances A 


m 


Bowling. Billy, Jr 525 


Brewer. Anne H 491 


Bowung. Cheryl R 


Brewer, Darrell G 525 1 


Bowling, Connie L 500 


Brewer, Deborah L. 558 


mm -^y».-^a 


Bowling. Daniel K 


Brewer. Dewayne L | 


rW liikflh 


Bowling. Deborah C. 557 


Brewer. Diana J. H W 


¥ it*fl 


Bowling. Donald W 


Brewer. Fern S. 


F PiP 


Bowling, Herbert 


Brewer. Janice 429, 247.408 


* 


Bowling, J Carleton 


Brewer, Jenifer J 


Bowling, James A 


Brewer. Kay F 558 
Brewer. Kenneth 




Bowling. Judy G 
Bowling, Larry J 
Bowling, Lyle 


~r i 


Brewer! Michael G 




Bowling, Lynne M 


Brewer. Nadine 1 97,340.364. 




Bowling. Margaret A 


429 




Bowling. Michael 


Brewer, Nancy H 




Bowling, Richard P 


Brewer. William D . Jr 339, 525 B 


rock, Wilma J H. 


Bowling, Richard P 


Brian, David A. B 


rockman. Paul R 


Bowling, Ronald D 


Brian, David K. B 


rodel, John N 


Bowling. Ronnie 


Bricking, Nancy C 558 B 


rodt, Charles W 


Bowling, Suzanne R 


Bridgeman, David L. 558 B 


rodt. JohnD 395. 525 




Bndgewater, George S 1 


rogan, Pamela K. 558 


Bowling, Walter F 


Briggs. Jeffrey D. 407 B 


rohm, Edwin 260 


Bowman. Barbara A_ 298. 305. 525 


Bright, Charles R B 


rokaw.PaulF 


Bowman, Beverly A. S. 


Bright, Sherry J 491 B 


romley, Terry L. 245. 249 


Bowman. Charles R 


Brill, Jodie A- 558 B 


ronn. Donn O 


Bowman. Cliffene C 


Bnndley, George E 364 S 


rooks, Ann 177 


Bowman, Edward J 337 


Bnnegar, Rebecca G. 411, 558 B 


rooks, Betty S 429 


Bowman. Jack V , Jr 


Bnnegar, Sherry 1 


rooks, Chester E. 


Bowman, James A 248 


Bnney, Susan M. 525 B 




Bowman, Larry 


Bnnkman, Laura A B 


rooks. Harry L 


Bowman. Nanci A, 


Brinkman, Stephen M. B 




Bowman. Patsy R 


Bristow, Robert E. B 


rooks, Joseph E 


Bowman. Shirley A 


Bristow. Steven R. 558 B 


rooks, Michael W. 558 


Bowman, Steve A 557 


Bnte, Alven 500 B 


rooks, Robert 267. 270. 273 




Brut, Daniel B. 558 B 


rooks, Rosemary V 


Boxley. Julian 


Bntta.n, Ray F. B 


rooks, Sherry L 558 


Boyd, BiUy J. 


Br.ttain, Rufus F . Jr B 


rookshire, James L. 


Boyd, Elmo D. 260, 261 


Britton, Carol A. B 




Boyd, Gerald A. 


Button. Gregory T. 364 B 


roomfield. Maurice D 


Boyd. Melvin E , Jr. 387,482 


Britton, Larry S. B 


ross, Debbe 


Boyd. Ruby jf 525 


Broaddus. Billy W B 


ross, Dennis R. 


Boyd. Wendell 554. 558 


Broaddus, Hubert C. 260 B 


rotherton, Valerie A. 


Boyea, Andrea R 


Broaddus, Otis W. B 


rotzge, Cheryl L. 558 


Boyle. Nancy H 


Broaddus, Patricia M. [ 


rough, David K. 558 


Bracken. Darnel B. 


Broaddus. Barbara M. B 


rough ton. Patricia H 


Bradbury. Phil N. 525 


Broadus, Frank F B 




Braden. Helen M 


Broadwater. Cecilia J. B 




Alice M 


Bradford, Brenda G 42? 


Broadwater, Richard R. 429 B 






Bradford. Edith E 


Brock. Cheryl A. B 




Anthony W. 


Bradford. Laverne A. 


Brock 


Deborah E B 




Barbara J. 


Bradford. Linda S. 


B-ock 


Foster C . Ill 558 B 




Benjamin A. 


Bradley. Brian M. 207 


Brock 


Howard B 




Brenda F. 429 


Bradley, Debbie L. 


Brock 


John R. B 




Carl W 266, 269. 270. 


Bradley, Dorothy S. 


Brock 


Larry R. 


272 


273. 274. 526 


Bradley. John P 


Brock 


Margurette J H B 




Clara F 


Bradley, Linda E. 


Brock 


Peggy C, B 




Constance L. 500 


Bradley, Smith F 


Brock 


Rita J. B 




Constance L, J 


Bradley. Steven A. 


Brock 


Russell B 




Cordis A. 


Bradley. Tommie C 


Brock 


Teresa A. B 


own 


Danes G 



m 



Terri Freeman concentrates on her work in her painting class. 



Howard W 269. 2'. 
Jacque L. 
James R. 429 
Jan M. 
Janet S. 558 
Janie W. 429 
JeanM- 501, 558 
Jeffrey L. 
Jimmy K. 



Karon 22Q 413. 



Kenneth L 
Kenneth R 42^ 

Lela F. 558 
Lenita A 526 

LouE- 

Martha J. 558 

Michael 1 
Nedra K 
Otto 






Pamela G. 526 
Patricia H. 
Phyllis M. 556 
Richard D. 429 
Richard L. 
Robert A. 559 
Robert L. 293 
Robert T. 
Ronald G 482 

Samuel M. 429 
Sandra L 327. 559 
Sharon L 299. 501 
Sheri L. 

Stephen M 559 

Tommy R. 

Vicky L. 
Wade A 
Wayne L 

Witham R. 
Willia 



248 



wning. Catherine A 244. 
wrung. Daniel L 
Browning, Deborah K 526 
Browning, Enos 
Browning, Geneva 
Browning, Jana G. 526 
Browning. Jayne N. 
wning, Linda G L. 
wning. Mary L. 526 
owning. Melba J 
owning. Paul L, Jr 
Browning. Richard L 
Browning. William S 501 
Broyles. Lane G. 
Broyles, Ronald J. 
Bruce. Lawrence L 526 
Bruce, Raymond HI 
Brueggen. Mary E 
Brumbaugh. Cathy A 299. 5 



614 Index and Directory 



Brunker, Lona M. 366, 559 
Brunker. Nancy K 491 
Brunsman, Gregory W. 332 
Brunstetter. John P. 
Brussell. James L. 429 
Bryan. Janeen M. 559 
Bryan. Karen A. T. 429 
Bryan, Timothy J. 429 
Bryant, Brenda K. 559 
Bryant, Charlie A. 482 
Bryant, Daniel E. 
Bryant, Elizabeth C. 

Bryant! James P 
Bryant, Janet D. 559 
Bryant, Karen M 
Bryant. Larry M. 
Bryant, Lloyd 
Bryant, Patsy L. 
Bryant, Paula S 
Bryant, Robert L 429 
Bryant. Ronald D. 
Bryant. Steven G 358. 526 
Bryant, Wanda J. 
Buchanan. Fredrick H. 
Buchanan, Gary N 501 
Buchanan. George. Jr. 419 
Buchanan, John W. 
Buchanan, Joseph M 430 
Buchanan, Karen L 
Buchanan. Linda E. 340, 559 
Buchanan, Mary E. 
Buchanan, Stanley L 
Buchanon. Vicki M. 328, 501 
Buck. Barbara A 301, 366,430 
Buck. Deborah L. 301, 366. S59 
Buck, RubyeG. 
Buck, Sue 

Buckholz, Mary A. 501 
Buckingham. Patricia 559 
Buckland, Ralph S. 
Buckler, Patricia C. 491 
Buckler. William F. 
Buckley, Nicholas R 482 
Bucknam. Michael A. 526 
Buckner. Helen 
Buckner, William D. 559 
Budzinski, Anna M. 296. 400 
Budzonsky. Eugene F. 353 
Budzonsky, Gail P. 559 
Buehner. Keith 363. 430, 413 
Buffin. Edward J. 
Bugg, David T. 526 
Bugg, Deborah A. 
Bugg, MarkD. 
Bugg, Royce N. 242, 526 



Bull' 



kenhofer, George A. 
kowski, Lois A. 430 
Hard, James T. 

llock. James L. 430 

', Judit 



-, Sheila J. 526 
Bumgarner, Kathryn A. 
Bunce. Donn D. 353. 526 
Bunch. Carol A. 
Bunch, DebraC 501 
Bunch, Paula M. 
Bunch. Phyllis A. 
Bunch, Vivian H. 501 
Bundy, Eric R. 482 
Bundy, Marna W. 
Bundy. Sharon W.J 
Bundy, Sophie M. 
Bundy, Steve F. 
Bunger, Michelle A. 
Bunnell, David B 
Bunting, Kenneth P. 
Bunton, Laura S. 

Burch, Kenneth J. 355 
Burch, Nancy L. 344,430 
Burch, Rose M. 
Burch, William E. 430 
Burcham. Carl W. 
Burch ell. Harold D. 
Burchell. Joseph W. 559 
Burchell. Patti J. M. 

ie tt, Lois H. 

ett, Raleigh L 

ett. Robert A 

art. Robert 252 

ley, Ann K. 330. 559 

i, Kathy S. 

■n. Deborah K. 

in, Rebecca S. 

tit. Lewis H. 



Edmund L. 559 
Jane T. 501 
Mary S. 501 
dge, Robert J, 320, 383. 430 



!, Ellen M. 



Burkett, Dean 408 

Burkett, Kara B 

Burkett, Michael D. 430 

Burkhead, Sherie G. 

Burks. Jams D. 

Burks, Martha L. 

Burks, M.chael A. 

Burlage. Mary J 501 

Burleson. Jacquelyn 344, 369, 430 

Burnell, Dianna L. 

Burnell, Jason C. 



:. Janic 



. 559 
1.482 



, Ronald F 
Burns, Barbara J. 430 
Burns, Betty G. 
Burns, Jack W. 
Burns, James F 501 
Burns, James G. 
Burns, Karen J, 559 
Burns, Melody D. 
Burns, Patricia A. 
Burns, Peggy 
Burns. Rhonda G. 559 
Burns. Stephen D. 
Burns. William T 430 
Burr, Molly M. 356, 396, 435 
Bun-ell, Donald H. 
Bums. Carla J. 501 
Bums. Deborah K 526 
Burns, James E . Jr 430 
Burns, James S, Jr. 
Burns. Peter W 
Burns, Wendell A. 



50J 



Burton! Billy H. 
Burton, Harold S 
Burton, Jerryl D. 
Burton, Joe D 



Burton. Terry A. 

Bush, Beverly D 106.419.430 

Bush.CandaceM. 526 

Bush, Jane S. K. 

Bush, Janice H. 

Bush, Jennifer L. 

Bush, Joyce E 

Bush, Keith A. 

Bush, Marshall L. 230. 257. 260. 

482 
Bush. Nora K 
Bussell. James G 
Bussell. Nancy T 
Bussell. Roger D 526 
Bussey. Linda K. 501 
Bussey. Rodney C. 

:r, Betty R 

sr, Thomas N 334.430 

, Charlotte G 526 

, Debora L 559 

, Doretta J D. 430 

, Eddie D 246 



, Robert S- 394 

■s, Nancy L 

>n. Jacqueline L. ' 

! Irvine M , 111 
.Dale A. 
, Maria J. 
ton, James G. 
Brenda G 559 
Donald K. 
Hugh 183,253 
Josephus 
Joyce C. 501 
Ronald L. 

dwell, Kenneth R. 
Shirley M. 



Cabal I. Margaret 
Cabie, DonaJd R. 
Cady. Kaihryn M. 
Cahal. Madonna S. 559 
Cahal. Mona G. 
Cahm. Martin J- 526 
Cahoon, Verna M. 
Cain, Cathy S. 
Cain. Devon 501 
Cain. Frank D 
Cain, Michael 
Cam, Penny D 559 
Cain, William H. 
Cairns. DianneM. 430 
Cairns, Robert H 351,430 
Calder. Robert G 



Caldw 



.Clai 



349 



Caldwell, Debra K. 526 
Caldwell, Dons 
Caldwell. Everett M. 501 
Caldwell. Fanetta 
Caldwell. Gloria A. 
Caldwell. Mark 326 
Caldwell. Mary S. 430 
Caldwell, Michael " 
Caldwell, Ru 
Calhoon, Charles r- 
Calhoun. Lesley D. 
Calico, Fred L. 
Calico. Patricia E. 
Calico. Ruth A. 
Calkin. Gerald 216 
Call. Barbara J 
Call, Debbie L. 
Callahan. Daniel 
Callahan. Julianne 



O.U..h J n 1 Maitha P 344, 527 

Callas, Catherine G 243, 253. 351 , 430 

Callebs, Canol S. 

Callender, David K, 

Calley, Mendy 388 

Calloway, Iris E. 

Calvert, Judy E. 337, 527 

Calvert, Sammy G. 

Camenisch, Steven C 

Cameron, James E 501 

Cameron, James T. 

Cameron, Lois R. 527 

Camic, Larry D. 

Camp, Donna L. 559 

Camp, Wynella Y 

Campbell. Anne C. 527 

Campbell, Barbara P. 

Campbell, Betsy K. 

Campbell. Betty J, 527 

Campbell, Bonnie R. 

Campbell, Carol A. 

Campbell, Craig C. 

Campbell, Dav.d B. 327 

Campbell. Deborah A 430 

Campbell. Deborah A. E. 430 

Campbell, Douglas 

Campbell, Emma F 559 

Campbell. Frances 252, 327 

Campbell, Freda L. 

Campbell. Gary D. 

Campbell, Gary L. 360 

Campbell, James D 559 

Campbell, James M 

Campbell, James S 

CAMPBELL BUILDING. JANE F 111 

Campbell, Jesse A. 

Campbell, J tin C 

Campbell, Joyce C 

Campbell, Judy M. 

Campbell. Kathleen D. 559 

Campbell, Kenneth A 527 

Campbell, Kevin R 

Campbell, Larry J. 

Campbell. Leslie J. 430 

Campbell, Marion D. 

Campbell, Marine H. 430 

Campbell, Marsha S. 

Campbell, Mary S 

Campbell. Melv.n L. 430 

Campbell, Michael A 

Campbell, Phyllis A 

Campbell, Ralph 

Campbell, Rebecca A. H. 

Campbell, Richard H 363,501 

Campbell, Rocky L. 430 

Campbell, Ronnie 260 

Campbell. Ruby L 

Campbell. Sally A 

Campbell, Sidney J . Jr 

Campbell. Sue 479 

Campbell. Vicky 

Campbell. Wanda L 

Campbell. Wesley R 

Campbell, William W. 

Canaday, E Bradley 

Canan, Kevin L. 

Cance, Perry C 

Cann, Steven G 

Cannon, Alice A 559 

Cannon, Carl A. 

Cannon, Helen P 

Cannon, Jennifer A. 527 

Cannon, Lois A. 242 

Canter, Ricky L 

Cantrall. Roy S 

Capek, Charles M 

Capek, Tern R 

Capps, Richard M. 

Carder, Suzanne E. 527 

Carey, Brenda A. 432 

Carey, Jimmie L 

Carey, Kaihy F 

Carey, Margaret M. 

Carey, Michael C. 

Carey, Violet D. 

Carl, Linda S 

Carlton, Emajo C. 

Carlton, Richard O. 

Carmack. Oakley 527 

Carman, Cathryn A. 244, 344,411. 

415, 501. 509 
Carman, Pamela K 527 
Carmicle, Deborah K. 392, 527 
Carmody, Michael W 432 
Carnahan, James G 432 
Camel. Samuel D 
Carnes. Barry L 432 
Cames. Darwin D 
Carnes, Lana W 
Carnes, Maxine Y. 
Carney. Charles N . Jr 260 
Carney, Chris W. 501 
Carnine. Cecil 
Carollo. William J 
Carpenter, Barney D 
Carpenter, Chalmer R 
Carpenter, Daniel L. 
Carpenter. David M. 
Carpenter, Emily W. 527 
Carpenter, Leonore M. 
Carpenter, Martin A 
Carpenter, Patricia L. 
Carpenter. Sheila J. 559 
Carpenter. William J. 
Carpenter. William R. 
Carr. Deborah A. 527 
Carr, Deborah L. 
Carr. Gloria T 
Carr, Hollie J 
Carr. James R 
Carr. Jan E 527 
Carr. Maurice E. 
Carr, Micheal W. 

Carr! Tony M 559 
Cameo. Charlene M 559 
Carrico. Helen R. 527 
Carner, Randall W 



Camllo, Connie S. 559 
Carnngton. John A., Jr. 
Carroll. Betty J 432 
Carroll. Debbie L. 
Carroll. James R. 527 
Carroll, Janet L. 
Carroll. Kent A 
Carroll. Raymond C 
Carruthers, Nancy E, 
Carson, Ethel M 
Carson. Jeffrey A 432 
Carson. Joyce M. 432 
Carson, Kelly R 501 
Carson, Lenora L 559 
Carson, Steve A 339. 502 
Carter, Anderson M , Jr 
Carter, Anderson M , Sr 
Carter, Charles M. 502 
Carter, David K 
Carter. Dorothy W 
Carter, Gloria S 527 
Carter, Helen E 527 
Carter, Karen L. 502 
Carter, Luta S 
Carter. Nathanael E 432 
Carter, Phillip R 
Carter. Robert E 
Carter, Ronald D 



:■>: ' 



eN 



Carter. Valerie J. 

Carter, Veronica L 
Carter, Wayne K 
Cartier, Michelle L 
Carver, Bobby E 346.502 
Case. Kathleen S 
Case. PhyUis G. 391.502 
Case. William G 
Casey. Brenda G 559 
Casey, Cynthia A. M 
Casey. Deborah G. 559 
Casey, Dennis L 
Casey. Michael 406, 433 
Casey, Robert A 
Casey. Robert K 
Cash. Claudinnia B. 
Cash. Donald L. 
Cash. Harold L 502 
Cash, Mary N 



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Cash, Pain 
Cash, Ronnie D 
Cason, Rebecca M 



Cassady, Catherine A 385. 559 

Cassiday. Rhonda L. 

Cassidy, Lloyd G. 

Cassdl. Arthur D 363,375 

Cassity, David J 

Cassity. Janet S 

Cassity, Linda J 502 

Casieel, Alexis D 49! 

Casleel, Angela M 559 

Castle, Brenda F 

Castle. James L, 

Castle. Kelly L. 

Castle, Marc D. 

CATAL1NA CLUB 396 

Caies, Arnold R 

Cathers. David E. 

Catlett, Elizabeth J 433 

CatJett, Jane 409 

Catlett. Larry D 

Catlett. Phyllis W. 

Catlett, Ronald L. 260 

Catlett. Rosetta 340. 360. 433 

Caudil!, Brenda K. 559 

Caudill. Dannie 433 

Cauddl. DarleneM 560 

Caudul, Garlis 

Caudill. Jayne K 

Caudill, Johnny M 433 

Caudill, Kenneth B 

Caudill. Lawrence M 

Caudill, Lois A. 527 

Caudill. Mary L. 

CaudQI. Randall E. 

Cauddl, Rhonda C. 527 

Caudill. Samuel M 560 

Caudill, Sharon R 

Cauddl. Shirley F 

Cauddl, Vickie L 560 

Cauddl, Wanda P. 

Caughey, Joellen M 

Cauley. James E 592 

Caulk, Mark L. 

Caulk, Michael L 527 

Causey. Donald W. 502 

Cavaber. Jo A 482 

Cawood, Betty J. L 

Cawood, Constance V. 

Cayton, Larry T 

Cecd, Barbara A. 

Cecil, Charles H. 433 

Cecd. David J 321. 502 

Cecd, Donna J. 

Cecil, Mary C. 527 

Cecd, Michael A. 

Cecil. Ralph E. 

Cecil, Roseann 

THE CENTENNIAL YEAR 51 

Centers, Brenda L. 

Centers, Linda L. 246, 388, 502 

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 174 

Cercone. Joseph A. 



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, Mar 



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Chadra, Inge H. 391 
Chadwell. Carol A. 560 
Chadwell, Johnny E. 433 
Chadwell, Let lie C. 
Chadwell. Ricky C. 527 
Chadwick. Jennifer A. 491 
Chaffin, Belinda 
Chaffin. Deborah 
Chaffins. Trudy S. 



Chamberlain, Thomas G. 

Chambers, Anne L B. 

Chambers, Dale M. 

Chambers, Florence B. 

Chambers, Joy L. 527 

Chambers, William K. 

Chancy, Luther J- 

Chandlee.MarkT. 

Chandler. Carolyn L. 

Chandler. Dusty L. 230. 252. 299. 

371,433 
Chandler, John P 
Chandler, Robert A. 
Chandra. Inge Helny 
Chaney, Adriana 
Chaney, Dennis W 502 
Chaney, Janice A T 
Chaney. Larry 
Chaney, Marlene 
Chaney. Nell a M 
Chaney, Sandra L. 385. 560 



i.'r.j: 



. Venit, 



Chang, Chun W 
Chanley.Gary 282 
Chansler. James M. 482 
CHAPIN, HARRY 463. 578, 621 

Chapman, Ann F 
Chapman. David W.. Jr. 

Chapman, Gwendolyn C 
Chapman, Ronald L 364, 502 
Chapman, Roy L 592 
Chapman, Sherry P. 
Chapman. Tniby 
Chappell, Raymond M. 
Chappie. Viola 
Charles, Duana L- 527 
Charles. Ramona R. 
Charleston. Charles K 
Charleston. Colleen J 
Charnes, Jay C. 
Chase, Kathenne A. 433 
Chasteen, Anthony R. 
Chasteen, Dav.d B- 339. 522. 527 
Chatman. Barry D 560 
Chauddin, Barbara A 560 
Cheak, Brenda S 
Cheak, Ronald A. 



Che. 






Cheek. Alan B 592 

Cheek. Charles H. 560 

Cheek, James A. 233, 247, 251, 

433 
Cheever, Michael G 
Chen. Dienyih 483 
Chen, Dienyih 
Chen, Harry S 
Chenault. Cecde B 196 
Chenaull Deb ji ih J 
Chenault, Emma F. 
Chenault, Frank 
Chenault, Palsy D 
Chenaull, Raymond G. 
Chesley, Richard L. 
Chesnut. Forrest C 
Chesnut. Linda F 527 
Cheuvront, Ann L. 527 
Chi, CecdiaP 483 



Chia 



66 



, Manas 391. 560 

Chiaravanond, Phaiane 194, 391. 502 
ChLaravanont.Suparb391. 560 
Chidester, Bertha M, 
Chidester. John S. 560 
Chdders. Frances L. 366. 560 
Childers. George A 
Childers. Harold D 
Childers. Letha M. 491 
Childers. Mehnda F. 

Childers. Richard D 

Chdders. Susan M 95 

Childress. Janet S. 433 

Childress. Sherry L. S27 

Childress. William K 560 

Chiles. Kirk L. 270 

Chiles. Louis C 358 

Chdton, Barbara A 

Chdton. William M. 

Chinn, Mary E 

CHI OMEGA 367 

Chittum, Mary K 

Chitwood. Debbie L. 592 

Chow.WahK. 391,433 

Chowning. Edna E 

Chrisman. Geraldine 

Christian. Carol J 366, 385. 527 

i! Mildr* 

i, Rebecc_ 

i, Sharon K. 527 
Christopher. Jane A. 326. 397. 560 
Christopher, Lisa 344 
Christopher. Martha A. S27 
Christopher, Patnci 
Christopher. Robert D. 407 
Chun. Chang Wan 391 
Chung, In Sung 
Churchill, Anne C. 433 
Cichetti, Joseph L 312 
Ciervo, Anthony D. 
Cinnamon, Ralph W 
Ciolek. Robert W 
CIRCLE K 390 
Cisler, Josephine 560 
Cissell. Thomas E. 
Claggett. Jon D 248 
Clancy, Ramona L. 491 
Clancy, Robert W. 
Clare, BonitaS. 433 
Clare. Mary E. 185 
Clare, Michael J 337.527 
Clark. Billy T 592 
Clark, Brenda J. 527 
Clark. Christy L.410. 560 
Clark. Clifford T. 527 
Clark. Connie J. 433 
Clark, Deborah J 



Index and Directory 615 



Clark. Donna S. 

Clark, Dwighl L. 

Clark, Eddie M. 

Gark. Elijah 

Clark, Eugene H. 

Clark, Gary W 

Clark, James M 433 

Clark, John B 

Clark, John F. 

Clark. Johnnie S. 

Clark, Joseph D., Jr. 

Clark, Joyce M. 

Clark, Judith E 

Clark, Keith B 

Clark. Kennelh L. 

Clark. Larry T 502 

Clark, Mary F 

Clark, NickL 334, 368, 391, 

491 
Clark, Rhonda G 560 
Clark. Robert E 
Clark, Ronald B 433 
Clark. Russell W. 327 
Clark. Sherman E. 
Clark. Steven G 560 
Clark. Terri L. 560 
Clark, William H. 
Clark. William K. 
Clark. William P 
Clarke. Cheryl A. 332 
Clarke, Marcia B 406, 433 
Clarkson, Lester P 
CLASSES OF 1974 423 
Gay. Kandy 90. 94,398 
Clay, Valeria S C. 
Clayton, David N 433 
Clayton, Pamela K. B 491 
Cleaver. James T. 



Clements, Daniel C 

Gements, John R. 433 

Cements, Pamela F 340.491 

Gements, Stephen F 502 

Gemons. Diana L. 213,433 

Gemons, Linda P. H. 

Geveland. James R 337 

Cleveland. John K. 

Geveland, Judith H 

Geveland, Robert A. 

Gevenger, Jackie L. 244, 326, 411. 

527 
Gevenger. Roger L 433 
levii lei Freida J 527 
Gick. Peggy J 527 
Gick, Robert L. 398. 527 
Gidester. John 327 
Gifford, James T. 
Clifford. Lowell J 
Gifford, Pamela J. 340, 360, 502 
Gifford, Robin D. 560 
Gift, Dottie T. 
Clifton, Shelia K. 502 
Giles, Kirk L 483 
Gine. CaryH. 391.527 
Gine, Deborah A. 
Gine. John R 560 



Shan 



Gin 

Gine, Stephen E. 
Gines, Sondra K 
Ginger, Charles G. 
Clinton, Robert T. 
Goud, Larry F 
Goud, Raymond M. 
Goud, Richard B. 
Gough. Peter F 
Gouse, Neall 260 
Gouse. Pamela H 
Gouse. Thomas A. 
Gouse, William G . Jr 
Goyd, Karen L 528 
Goyd. Pamela K. 502 
Goys, Jo Helen T. 433 
Gubb, Rebecca L. 
Guiterbuck.OwenL 
Coakley, James W 
Coakley, Robert L. 
Coaplen, Sally L. 344. 502 
Coates, Terese M. 
Coaies, Thomas J 30 
Coatney, Ronald K 3S3, 502 
Cobb. James C. 
Cobb, MarineU 528 
Cobb, Saretta J 
Cobb, Shirley A. 
Cobb. Wanda G. 
Coburn. Eileena R. 
Cocanougher, Paul D 
Cochran. Ethel J. 
Cochran. Jacqueline 
Cochran, Karyn J 560 
Cochran, Martha L. 
Cochran, Mike B. 
Cochran, Sharon D. 410 
Cochran. Shelley F 366. 560 
Cochrane, Roy E 
Code, Linda 
Cody. Earl A 260.282 
Cody, Michael G. 
Cody, Rebecca L. 528 
Cody, TimofViy 
Coen, Timothy M 
Coey. David W 364 
Coffey, Barbara J W 
Coffey, Carlotta 
Coffey. Donna H 
Coffey. Dorothy G. 
Coffey, Janet I. 
Coffey, Janice 1. 
Coffey, Nancy R. 560 
Coffey. Thomas W. 
Coffey, Tommy 
Coffman, Donald W. 
Coffman, William D. 
Cohen, Marilyn F 502 
Cohen. Tim 364 
Cohens, Henry L. 
Cohn. Louis F. 
Colacello, Robert A. 



Colbenson. Dora R. 433 
Colbertson, Fred 337 
Coldiron. Candy S. 
Coldiron, Geneva C. 
Coldiron, Ralph A. 230. 260 
Cole, Carol R 105.366,394. 

502 
Cole, Douglas K 
Cole. James A. 
Cole. James N 560 
Cole, Kathryn A 560 
Cole, Kenna L 
Cole, Luther G. 
Cole, Lynda C 
Cole, Margaret E 560 
Cole, Mary Lou 249 
Cole, Richard M. 
Cole, Russell 

Cole, Thomas C 346, 433 
Cole, Yvonne 
Colehour. Charles H. 277, 356. ' 

Coleman, Charles E. 
Coleman. Charles R. 
Coleman, Conda L. 528 
Coleman, Delphia J. 
Coleman, Edward C 
Coleman, Gary K 
Coleman, Gloria Y W 
Coleman. Harriet R. 
Coleman. Jerry D 



Colei 



,Kai 



Coleman, Keith 364. 268, 434 

Coleman. Rhonda K. 

Coleman. Rosemary 

Coleman. Walter 

Coley. Philip L. 408,502 

Colin, Becky 340 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 209 

COLLEGIATE PENTACLE 243 

Collett, Don 

Collet!. Geraldine 

Collett, KatharineS. 

Collett, Marcus 

Collett. Vernon. Jr. 528 

Collelte.JimmieE 

Colley, MelindaS. 356.434 

Collie, Glenn T. 

Collier, Bayard V 592 

Collier, Caron L 

Collier, Mike C 

Collins, Anna M 

Collins, Byron L 

Collins, Caleb, Jr 

Collins, Cathy D 344.363 

Collins, Geneva 

Collins. John D 

Collins. Johny M. 502 

Collins. Kathy J 

Collins, Kenneth A. 434 

Collins. Lisa P 244.503 

Collins, Margaret G. 

Collins, Paul H. 

Collins, Paul R. 528 

Collins, Phyllis Jean 

Collins, Rebecca L. 360, 369 

Collins. Robert E. 389.434 

Collins. Rodney P. 

Collins, Sharon S 560 

Collins, Sherman 

Collins. Susan D. 560 

Collins. Treva G. 

Collins, Valerie 528 

Collinsworth, Roger A. 

Colmer. Margaret W 

Colter, Barbara J W 

Columbia, Barbara J 

Colville, John W 

Colvin. Marshall W 560 

Colvin, Rhonda G 560 

Colwell. Brenda L 

ColweU, Strant T. 

Combs, Angela L 

Combs, Betty C. 

Combs, Charles E 

Combs. Charles W. 

Combs, CherylS 340,560 

Combs. Clark C. 400 

Combs, Connie F. 

Combs, Connie L. 

Combs, Dale S. 528 

Combs, David L 383 

Combs, David W. 503 

Combs, Donald G. 279. 280 

Combs. Donna A. 528 

Combs, Donna G. 

Combs, EarIB 160 

Combs, Earl C 

Combs. Elmer D 

Combs, Harold R. 

Combs. James E 

Combs. James G 

Combs, James R 

Combs. Janet L. 

Combs, Jennifer L. 

Combs, Joan M 

Combs. Joe M 

Combs. Joy 219, 398 

Combs, Judith L. 243,410,434 

Combs, Lowell K. 

Combs, Marsha A. 

Combs, Mary R 

Combs. Mozetta 

Combs, Nadine 

Combs, Orbin B 503 

Combs, Oscar Jr 

Combs, Pamela A. 406 

Combs. Paul E. 

Combs, Phillip D 

Combs, RamonaJ 483 

Combs, Randall G. 

Combs, Ronalee 

Combs, Samuel T. 

Combs, Sherman 

Combs, Sherryl A. 

Combs, Stephen 503 

Combs, Susan D. 560 

Combs, Teresa L. 

Combs, Thomas D.. Jr 390. 434 



COMMENCEMENT 156 
Commodore, Peggy L. 
Compston, Denny J 387 
Compton, Buddy L. 
Compton, Larry F 
Compton, Linda D. 
Compton, Thomas M. 560 
Conder. Kay trina S. 
Congleton, Cecilia B. 
Congleton, Gerald G. 
Congleton, Michael S. 
Conibear, Connie S. 340. 560 
Conkin, Linda D 388, 434 
Conkright, George B. 



, Charli 



i m 2:9,419 



', Tere 



i M 



Coni 

Conl 

Conn. Hershel 

Conn. Kenneth W. 

Conn, Marie 

Conn. Paula S 

Connallon, Gloria J M. 483 

Connelly, Helen B. 

Connelly. Michael W. 560 

Conner, Anna L. 62, 328, 434 

Conner, Gloria A. D. 

Conner, James R. 

Conner, Larry B. 

Conner, Lindsey S., Jr. 

Connor, Anthony P 

Connor, James W 

Connor, Judith A. M. 434 

Connors, Colleen M 503 

Conrad. Christopher M. 391.491 

Conrad. David A. 358.434 

Conrad, Lynn T. 528 



CONTENTS 3 



■:-■■: 



. Dam 



Conway, Dwight A 

Conway. George M 503 

Conway. Michael J. 337 

Conyers, James O 

Cook, Alice S 

Cook, Amy C. 528 

Cook, Betty J 528 

Cook, Charles P. 

Cook. Dennis N 

Cook, Edward W. 

Cook, Linda A. 560 

Cook. Lynda A. 560 

Cook. Marsha L. 

Cook, Melissa J. 

Cook. Nancy E. 491 

Cook, Paula A. 560 

Cook, Paula S 561 

Cook, Richard R 

Cook, Robert M. 

Cooke, Brenda K 

Cooke, Connie S. 

Cooksey, Curtis R 

Cooksie. Ina A. 503 

Cool. Mark K. 592 

Coomer, Larry K 

Coomes. Thomas R 503 

Coon. Thomas J- 

Coontz. Douglas H , Jr 

Coontz, Susan K 

Cooper. Diana D. 

Cooper. John H., Jr. 503 

Cooper, Joyce L. 503 

Cooper. Judith A. 561 

Cooper. Karen L. 

Cooper, Keith M 

Cooper, Ladonna V. 561 

Cooper. Linda D 251,344, 503 

Cooper, Patricia D. 528 

Cooper, Rickey L. 

Cooper, Stephen A 

Cooper, Therese 397 

Cooper. Terry W 528 

Cooper, William G 

Cooper, Yvonne T. 491 

Coots. Neuman E 

Colts, Terry A. 293 

Cope. DelandD 251.402 

Cope, Kathy L. 

Cope, Mary J. 

Copley. Gary B. 435 

Copony. Allison E 382. 561 

Copp, Charles H. 277,483 

Coppersmith, Donald J. 

Coppersmith, Pamela 

Coppock. Sharon L 301, 388, 50: 

, James R 528 

, Kelly T 



, Robert C 
dell. Otis W. 

Elizabeth F. 
dery, Isham S 

errie J. 561 

, Rafael A. 

Deborah L 561 

n. Ann S 

n, James A. 282. 387 

n, Patricia 



tt, Dixie D 


50 




K 


tt, Dover 




tt. Duane 




tt. Dwight 




tt, Harold 




it, Hiram J 





Cornell. Kenneth 435 
Cornell, Lenn 
Cornell, Lenox R. 
Cornell, Lillie I. 
Cornell. Linda L. S. 
Cornelt, Marilyn L. 528 
Cornell, Mary L. 
Cornell. Patsy 
Cornelt. Paula L. 
Cornell. Roy M. 435 
Cornell. Russell G 435 
Cornelt. Sandra K. 
Cornelt, Sharon K. 561 
Cornell. Sherrill B. 
Cornell, Sherry H. 
Cornell, Wallace E.. Jr. 
Corneite, Dianna L. 435 
Corr. Robin L. 561 
Correll, Elmer E. 
Corson. Georgina L. 373. 528 
Corum, Larry E. 
Corum, Lois A. L. 
Cosby, Steven L. 355 
Costantine, Bruce L. 387, 483 
Cos las. George J 356 
Costello, Deborah D 
Costine, Jar 



Cotte 



. EU.: 



528 



Cotton, BilheJ. 528 

Cotton, Connie D. 

Cotlon, Jean A. 

Cotton. Martha C 

Cotton, N; 

Cottongim, Clay T. 561 

Cotiongim, Laddie H 592 

Cottongim, Sandra J. 435 

Cottrell, Paula S 

Coty. Adrian P 

Coty. Mary E. 

Couch, Bonnie L. 

Couch. Elbert W. 

Couch, George D 

Couch, James D. 

Couch, Jo Anna 528 

Couch. Leslie A. 344 

Couch, Margaret J 

Couch, Wilmer, Jr. 561 

Couchot, Becky L 298. 366. 528 

Coulter. Barney A. 561 

Coulter. Connie 

Coulter. Danny C. 339. 387. 435 

Coulter, Deborah A. 561 

Coulter. Jonell 528 

Coulter. Lois A 561 

Coulter, Ronnie R 

Coulter. Sandra J. 561 

COUNTER GUERILLA RAIDER 

COMPANY 40 
Courtney. Ricky L. 
Courtney. Timothy W 
Cover, Jim 368 
Covington, Alan S. 

i, DarleneK. 326,491 



Covi 



, Darre 



Covington, Gayle D 



- 528 



Covin 



. Lore 



Covington, R. Genita 561 

Cowan, James M. 326 

Cowan, John W. 326, 562 

Cowan, Regena A. 

Cowman. Mark F. 364.435 

Cox. Anne J 

Cox, Anne K. 

Cox. Brenda D 562 

Cox, Brenda K. 

Cox. Bruce C. 613 

Cox. Colin K 

Cox, Denna F. 528 

Cox. Douglas R 

Cox. Herman W 

Cox, Jacquelin B. 

Cox, Jacqueline L. 

Cox, Janet E. 503 

Cox, Janice F 528 

Cox, Judy T. 

Cox, Juuierle 

Cox. Karen L. 

Cox. Kathenne J. 528 

Cox, Kathryn O. 

Cox, Kathryn S. 

Cox. Kenneth E., Jr 

Cox, Linda C. 

Cox. Margaret L 

Cox. Marshall H. 

Cox. Mary L. 

Cox, Mary M 

Cox. Patsy A. 408, 503 

Cox, Paula R 528 

Cox. Peggy G. 

Cox, Phyllis M. 

Cox, Randy E 562 

Cox. Richard W 562 

Cox, Sally K 332 

Cox, Sharon 

Cox. Stephen E 355, 503 

Cor, Terry A. 401.562 

Cox, Timothy L. 293. 562 

Cox, Tony 

Cox. Victor L. 

Cox, William R 

Coyle. Arthurs. Jr 

Coyle, Linda H 491 

Coyle, Linda J 

Coyle, William M. 435 

Crabb. Anne P. 

Crabbe. John G. 30 

Crabtree, Betty S 

Crabiree, Karl H. 355 

Crabiree, Larry R 

Crabiree, Shirley A. 

Cracrafl, David L. 

Cracraft. Frank S. 435 

Craddock. Vicki L. 528 

Craft, Archie W 

Craft. Cecil J 

Gaft. Donna G. 

Craft. Pamela J. 

Craft. Rex R 



afton, James W. 503 
aig, Arthur W 
aig, Brenda S. 503 
aig, Jean 467 
aig, Robert J. 
am, Marilyn J. 
ain, Richard D. 
amer. Waller C 
ane. Carole A. 340 



;. Mary C. 340 
;. Patrick M. 
c. Raymond J. 
:, Connie 528 

■', VaJene E. 360. 366 
Crawford. Anna M. 
wford. Calvin D. 

wford, Connie F. 
wford. Ethel 321. 435 
>awford, Evelyn R. J. 

wford. Harold 
>awford. Lawrence 

■awford. Malcolm R. 
Crawford, Nancy J. 
Crawford, Nancy S. 
wford. Sharon L. 
>a wford, Stephen M. 
" -awford, Ted 

d, Vickie A. 366. 369. 4' 
>awley, JanieC. 
>awley, Patricia D. 436 
awley.Paul L. Jr. 
I, Lynda K. 562 
met. Effie 188. 246 
■ch. Catherine L. 
■ch, Janice J. 
>eech, Kenneth W. 
-reech, Marvin 
"reed. Jeffrey K 
i. Joyce K. 
Ireger, Randolph W. 277 

i, Thomas D. 
Areola, V. Anne 
, Louise B. 562 
s. Camilla H 
nckmer. Walter B. 
-. Carl T. 
Crigger. Judith A. 327. 436 
Cngler. Harry S. 
Cngler, Mary E. 528 
Cngler, RobynC. A. 
Cnsp. Catherine B. 483 
Crisp. Donna J. 340 
Cnsp, Norman H. 433 
Crist, ErceU A. 
Criswell, Elmer N. Jr. 
well, Mabel R. 243 
>nchfield, Harold W. 
rrockett. Jeannette W. 
Iroley. Opal 
Troley, Roscoe 
', Gary R 
Kathleen A. 
Croptey, James L. 280. 389 
Cropper, Dwight R. 
:rosby, Dolores J S. 562 

, Mattie B. 
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 277 
;, Christopher G. 483 
i. Doltie L. 
;, Linda C 483 
;, Patrick T 503 
Cross. Sharon E, 106 

;, Sheridan L 436 
:rossley, Mark L. 
,, Belty L. 
, Donnie L. 
, Earl T. 
, James B. 562 
.. Vickie E, 
>oudep, Michael A. 260 



:.:.,: 



. 503 



, Billie K 
■.JohnR. 

e. Dale J. 
e, Joanne 
re. Rhonda C.W. 246.436 

Crowley, Nancy S. 592 
Cruey, Diana 

f, Michael G. 436 
i, Rjchard L. 
;, Sammy J 562 
i, Susan M 436 
i, Woodrow 

Crume, George C 260 
" le.JanisC 562 

ie. Sue C T 

ip, Bruce 349. 368. 436 

f. Belvin L.. Jr. 

:. Betty J. 

!, Charles C. 562 

i, Clarence R. 

:,Jeffrey G 456 

!, Lowell T. 
Cruse Mary S L 
Cuibertson. BUI Y 
Culberlson, FredC 
Cuibertson, James A. 
Culton, William S. 436, 505 
Cummings. David L. 
Cummings, Jasper R 483 
Cummings, Richard A. 255 

nings, Terry L- 



Crus 



Cum 



Cum 



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Cummins, John F. 
Cummins, Kathy C- 
Cummins, Linda D. 
Cummins. Phyllis N. 
Cummins, Roderick B. 528 
Cummins. Ronnie F. 
Cummins, Ruby J. 436 
Cundiff, Jerry A. 
Cunningham. David M. 



616 Index and Directory 







Students make heavy use of documents in the Crabbe Li- 
brary in researching term papers and special reports. 



Cunningham, Judy A. 


Danner, David K 


Cunningham. Madge W. 


DANNY AND THE JUNIORS 1 1 


Cunningham, Martin J. 


Danquah, Agyeman B. 503 


Cunningham, Virenda J. 328, 503 


Dant, Michael L. 


Cupp, Daniel K 562 


Darenkamp, Diane C 


Cupp. Deborah T. 344, 353, 436 


Darland. Norman D 


Cupp, Jackie R. 


Darland, Teresa A. 


Cupp, Jimmy R 436 


Darling. Debra L. 385. 562 


Cupp, Linda G. 503 


Darrell, Doris R. 


Curd, Toy A. 503 


Darst, David O 437 


Curlin. Izora L. 


Darwin, William D. 


Curlis. Barbara G. 


Daugherty, Agatha M 562 


Curran, Dennis C 390,436 


Daugherty. Barbara K 437 


Curran. Sandra L. 503 


Daugherty, Danny Y 


Currier, Clifford D 


Daugherty, Donna K 


Curry, Donald K. 


Daugherty, Edward E 483 


Curry, Karen D 


Daugherty, Wayward 179. 325 


Curry, Karen E. 528 


Daugherty, Jacqueline 562 


Curry, Linda K. 


Daugherty, James L. 


Curry, Regina G 


Daugherty, Larry E. 


Curry, Robert G. 358 


Daugherty. Lester A. 592 


Curry. Steve E, 


Daugherty. Loring B. 


Curtis, Carolyn D. 


Daugherty, Nancy E 562 


Curtis. Clara J. 


Daugherty. Terri S. 503 


Curtis, Gerald 


Daulton, Melissa R 503 


Curtis, James F. 


Daulton. Ronald C. 


Curtis, Romona L. 528 


Daulton, Timothy H 


Curtis. Taffie J 436 


Davenport. John D. 351. 437 


Curtsmger. Ann G. 


Davenport, Robert E 437 


Curtsinger, Bruce M. 


Davider.KarinE. 


Curtsmger, Sandra L. 


Davidson, Connie L. W. 


Cushing, Brenda J. 436 


Davidson. Deborah A 397 


Cushman, Sarah C. 


Davidson. Jeffrey E. 


Custis, Daniel B. 334,391,503 


Davidson. John E. 


Custis. John F. 562 


Davidson. Marbeih A. 483 


Cutlip, Greg F. 346 


Davidson, Martha B 


Czor, Douglas W. 


Davidson, Rebecca A. 




Davidson, Richard G 




Davidson, Ronald J 282 


— D— 


Davidson, Sarah F. 




Davidson. Sharon K 420 


Dafler, Margaret A. 396, 436 


Davidson, Tondaleyo 528 


Dageford, Theodore E. 355, 437 


Davidson, Walter 


Daigle, Carl P. 260 


Davies. David Q 


Dailey, Danny J. 


Davis, Albert Jr. 


Dailey, Mel A. 


Davis, Barbara B. 


Dailey, Paul D. 


Davis, Barbara J. 404, 563 


Daily, Rhonda L. 


Davis. Carolyn T. 


Daley, Michael K. 


Davis, Christian L 437 


Dalton, Bob E. 


Davis. Cynthia E. 


Dalton, PriscillaE. 


Davis. David L. 363 


Dalzell, John B. 


Davis. Debra K. 


Damapong, Potjaman 


Davis. Debra S 563 


Damen. Karen M 385 


Davis. DelorisD. 404,503 


Dameron, Samuel L. 


Davis, Donna F. 528 


Damron, James R. 


Davis, Frederick, Jr. 


Damron,PaulR. 


Davis, Gary M 332, 349, 437 


Damron, Ricky A. 


Davis, Geraldine L. 


Damrcn. Sherry K. 


Davis, Harley C. 356.401 



DANCE THEATRE 397 

Danelak. Bettina L 366. 385, 562 

Danhauer, Stephen C. 

Daniel, Ernest J. 

Daniel, Irvin 

Daniel, Jennifer A. 234, 243, 245. 

252,417.437 
Daniel. Nancy C. 
Daniel, Ruth L. 
Daniel. William K 326. 437 
Daniels. Richard W. 437 
Damson, Carol A. 
Danko, Robert P. 



Davis, Jean 326 

Davis, Jeffry L. 

Davis, John H. 

Davis. Kenneth R. 437 

Davis, Kimberly A. 528 

Davis, Larry R. 

Davis, Laura L. 563 

Davis. Lea M. 437 

Davis. Lee A. 

Davis. Linda B. 563 

Davis. Lisa J. 366, 503 

Davis, Lou W. 

Davis. Margaret D. 250, 437 



Davis, Mary A. A. 


Dibert. Paul E. 


Drake. Sarah F. O. 530 


Davis. Mary N 


Dibert, Sally A. 


DRAMA 120 


Davis. Meannda J. 563 


Dick. Gary 437 


Draughn, Bessie C. 


Davis, Michael G. 356 


Dick, Sandra J 529,242 


Draut. Arthur A. 346 


Davis, Ray D 


Dickerson, Anthony C. 


Dreisbach, Andrea C. 


Davis, Rebecca L. 528 


Dickerson, Joseph S. 


Dreisbach, Mary R. 


Davis, Richard L 


Dickerson, Nathan F. 


Drennen. Doris C, 


Davis, Roger K 437 


Dickey, Bruce L. 


Drennen, Thomas J . Jr 260 


Davis, RoniG. 344.382,563 


Dickey, Margaret A 


Drew. John R. 


Davis. Ronnie D 437 


Dickey. PamelaS. 


Driggers, Michael E 


Davis, Sherry L. 


Dickhaut, Jill 


Driscoll, Joelyn E. 


Davis, Susan L. 


Dicks. Virginia R. G. 388, 529 


Drnek, David W. 


Davis, Terry L. 529 


Dicob, Catherine M. 529 


Droz. Connie J. 563 


Davis, Virginia G. 529 


Didier, Ruth A 563 


Drum. Grenda S, 


Davis, Wayman C 


Diehl. Michael H 253 


Drummond, Brian D 293 


Davis, William E 


Dierks, Diane J. 503 


Drummond, Jerome M. 530 


Davy, Dianne M 


Diersing, Caroline M 503 


Dryden, David D. 


Davy, Jenny L. W 409. 437 


Dietzel. Patricia E. 


Dryer, Robert J. 438 


Davy. Mary C 


Dill, Donna R 529 


Drysdale, Robin J. 326. 530 


Dawkins, George D 337 


Dillenberger, Douglas 


Ducharme, Dennis A. 438 


Dawkins, James W 


Dillion, Ronnie L. 


Ducker, Michael L. 


Dawkm-, Morris D 


DUIman. Shirley A. 


Duddy. John R 


Dawson. Benjamin J 


Dimas. Peter L. 503 


Dudgeon, Steve L. 


Dawson, Connie S 529 


Dineen, Alison C. 


Dudley, Steven E. 


Dawson, Janet R 529, I0S 


Dingus, Gwen C. 




Dawson. Jerry T 


Dinsmore. Harry V 


Duff, Denise 563 


Dawson, John A 483 


DIRECTION EASTERN 389 


Duff. Gerald L 294 


Day, Arlene Y 


Dishon, Margie M. 437 


Duff, Judy L. B- 


Day, Coriez 


Dittemore, Michel D 


Duff. Kenneth P. 


Day, Deborah K. 


Dix. Henry R 


Duff, Robert A, 


Deack, Gary N 


Dix, Robert L. 


Dufr, Stephen E, 390. 438 


Deal, Robert E, Jr. 


Dix, Tanya R 


Duff, Susan K. 530 


Dean, Carrie L. 563 


Dixon, Byron H. 


Dufour, Phillip M. 530 


Dean, Gordon E. 293. 563 


Dixon, David A 


Dufour, Stephen A 


Dean. Jo A. 


Dixon, Debra A. 529 


Duggei Linda K 


Dean. Linda F 


Dixon. Debra L- 326.394 


Dugger, Paula M. 


Dean. Nathan E 


Dixon, Dennis O. 563 


Dughi, John J , Jr. 


Dean, Susie E 


Dixon, James H 


Duke, Gordon C. 


Dean, Sydney E 503 


Dixon, Laura F. 


Duke. Henrietta S. 


Deane, Linda W. 


Dwnev.MichealW. 387 


Dukes. Garry W. 530 


Deatherage, Ronnie W 


Dizney. William C 563 


Dulm, James W 


Deaton, Bennett W. 563 


Doan, Grant W. 


Dulm. John H. 


Deaton, Larry C 


Doane, Richard C. 


Dull, Deborah E. 


Deaton. Terry L 


Dobbins, Kevin 


Dull. Terry L 


Deatrick, William J 


Dobbins. Napoleon 


DuUaghan. Timothy C 438 


Deblin, Ellen R 


Dobinski. Valerie J. 382. 407 


Dulli. Amy S. 


Debord. Randy L 


Dobson. Sandra K. 


Dullt, Larry M. 


Decandia, Anthony W 287, 355 


Dockery, Karen A. 429 


Dulworth, JaneC 366 


Decker, John P 


Dockery. Karla A. 529 


Dumas, James C 


Decker. Roger L. 


Dockery. Ronald C. 


Dunagan, Margaret T. 438 


Decoursey, Edgar J , II 


Dodd. Diane L. 326. 438 


Dunaway. Althea R. 564 


Decurtins, Robert J 


Dodd, Judy K E. 438 


Dunaway. Charlotte P 


Deel. Grayson L. 


Dodd, Mary A 529 


Dunaway, Louise B 


Deely, Daniel W 563 


Doerhoefer. Kenneth A 


Dunaway, Robert W. 


Deely, Donna J. 


Doering. James A 


Dunaway, Stuart W 438 


Deering, Angela R 


Doerr, Claudia J 


Duncan, Charles R 


Dees, Byron W. 


Doggendorf, John N 364 


Duncan, David B. 


Defranco, James L. 260 


Dolan, Maureen E 563 


Duncan. Gregg A. 


Deglow. Richard L. 


Dolan, Mike 282 


Duncan, James R. 


Deitrick. Deborah J 298, 563 


Dolfini, Richard C. 


Duncan. Jeffery C. 


Dejarnette, Jan E. 


Dollar, Julia D. 385, 563 


Duncan. Larry A. 


Delaney, Angela C 437 


Donahoe. Kevin G. 


Duncan. Mark E 


Delaney. Edward N. 


Donahue, Dennis M. 563 


Duncan. Pamela R. 


Delaney, Keith W 563 


Donaldson. David A. 503 


Duncan. Robert E 


Delaney, Michael H 


Donaldson, Garry C 


Duncan. Robert E 


Delaney, Victor G 437 


Donathan, Kathleen M 563 


Duncan. Stephen F. 


Deleon. Abel. Jr. 563 


Donegan, Patti K. 563 


Duncan, Terry J. 530 


Delong, Dorothy A 563 


Donisi, Anthony T 


Duncan, Timothy W 


DELTA OMICRON 249 


D '.".nelly, C!'--:-: ;l 


Dungan. Barbara Ji438 


DELTA UPSILON 338 


Donoghue, Richard B 364, 484 


Dungan. Kathy A 


Demarco, Donald P 


Donohoe, Robin B. 


Dunham. Christie M 300 


Demarcus. Vanda D 


Donohue, Diane 340 


Dunkman. June M. 504 


Demarey, Ronald A. 


Donohue, Patricia D 438 


DunJap, Bobbi A. 407. 564 


Demicheal. Lucille B 437 


Donohue, Victoria C 563 


Dunlap, Dianne J. 252. 298, 504 


Demko, Patricia L 


Donovan, Herman L. 33 


Dunn, Christopher M. 504 


Dempsey, Martha G 


Dooley. Beatrice 


Dunn. Jackie K. 409, 504 


Denison, Bonnie L. B. 


Dooley. Pamela J. 529 


Dunn, James F. 


Denison. Robert L., Jr. 


Dooley, Richard W 


Dunn, Leonard W. 


Denlinger. Marvin D. 563 


Dooley, Thomas D. 364. 563 


Dunn, Mary E. 530 


Denlinger. Nancy L 529 


Doolittle, Steve K 438 


Dunn. Mike S. 


Denman. Linda L. 398, 437 


Dorsel, Curtis E. 


Dunn, Rex E. 


Denman, ReneeJ 563 


Dorsel, Deborah A. 504 


Dunn. Robert C. 242. 550 


Denney. Leon 


Doss, Janice M. 504 


Dunn. Robert W. 564 


Denney, Rebecca A 437 


Dossett, Janice A. G 


Dunn, Sharon F. 


Denney, Roscoe 


Dotson, Beverly S. 


Dunn, Sylvester 


Denme, CaletaT 


Doty. Deborah A. 563 


Dunn, William T. 


Dennis, Danny C. 437 


Dougan, Teresa A 


Dunn. William T 


Dennis, DavidO 364,457 


Dougherty, Karla J. 


Dunsmore. William S. 282, 530 


Dennis, James F.Jr 563 


Doughty. Robert A 241. 326. 438 


Dunstall, Clarence E. 504 


Dennis, Michael L. 529 


Douglas. Billye J 


Duplain, KimM. 564 


Dennis. Ralph E 


Douglas, Carl R 


Durbin. Amelia K. 385. 564 


Dennis. Vicki L B 484 


Douglas. Debra J. 563 


Durbin, Mary E. 332. 373, 438 


Dennison. Darryl K 


Douglas, Donald R. 


Durbin, Patricia M, 564 


Denniston, Kay 503 


Douglas, Dwight A 


Durham, Clayton W 


Denny, James H 


Douglas, Gayle S. 


Durham. David K. 


Dent, Connie M. 529 


Douglas. Jerry L 


Durham, Judy A. 


Dent. James E . Jr. 


Douglas, John M. 356 


Durham, Karen E 


Denton. Marjorie L. 563 


Douglas, Pamela J 


Durham, Michael U 


Denton, Patti J 563 


Douglas. Patricia A C 


Durham. Norma E. J. 


Denton, Sheila Y 


Douglas. Sherry R. 


Durham, Norman L 


Depaolo. Robert M 


Doutaz.Guy E. 563 


Durham, Russell P , Jr 


Depp, Patsy L. 


DOVELLSTHE 117 


Durkin. Tern M 351,370. 504 


Denckson, Henry 


Dowd, Anson S. 


Durrett, Emily S. 484 


Denckson, Vera L. 


Dowdy, David T. 


Durrett, Robert B. 346 


Deronde, Cherilynn S. 


Dowell. Burnis B- 


Dutschke. Stephen W 226 


Deronde, Teresa J 366.563 


Dowling. Nancy L. 563 


Duv.il] . James R. 


Derossett. Sarah E. 529 


Downey, Jean A. 504 


Duvall, Leonard S. 


Deskins. John T. 


Downey, Melissa C 529 


Duvall. Teresa S. 530 


Deskins, Robert A. 364, 437 


Downing, Allen W. 


Dyche. Richard W 


Despain, David T. 


Downing, Mary E. 197, 249 


Dye, John P. 


Detrick, Nancy L. 563 


Downs, Charles L 


Dye, John R. 


Dettor, Joyce A. 252, 299. 503 


Downs, Elaine 302 


Dye, Michael C 504 


Deutsch. Joseph H.. Ill 437 


Doyle. Colleen M. 410 


Dyehouse. Kenneth E 564 


Devault. Angela R. 


Doyle, George T. 


Dyer, Colette S. 564 


Davault, James B 


Doyle, Jacqueline A. 


Dyer, Richard N„ Jr. 


Devers, Richard G 407. 437 


Doyle, Michael T. 529 


Dykal. John A. 


Devilbiss, AndrewS. 


Doyle, Pamela L. 529 


Dyke, Thomas W. 


Devine. Charles F. 


Dozier, Ernie M. 


Dykes, James E. 


Devine, Thomas P. 529 


Dozier. George S III 


Dykes, Linda 247 


Devine. Vicky C. 503 


Dozier, Libby K. 


Dykes, Shelia 


Dewall, Scarlett A. 


Drake, Candace A. 


Dziech. Karen S. 491 


Dewees, Carolyn S. 563 


Drake. Derrick W. 




Dewine, George G. 


Drake, Emily E. 326 


— E— 


Dewitt, Joseph R 339, 387, 503 


Drake.FrankM.il 


Dewitt, Vickie S 


Drake, Lawrence C 


Eades, Dianne G. 


Deyoub, Paul L. 


Drake. Lois E. 563 


Eades, Jane P. 


Dezarn, Beverly S. 


Drake, Lynda R. 


Eades, Jimmy L. 


Dheel, Mary C. 


Drake, Moms A. 


Eades, Marcus L 


Diangelo, MarkW. 260 


Drake, Patricia L. 563 


Eades, Sarah J. 



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Agriculture student, Harold Terry, sticks the U 



niversity's experimental tobacco crop in preparation for sending it to the market. 



618 Index and Directory 



Eads, Carolyn S. 564 


Elmore, James R. 530 


Fans. Beulah D. M. 


Eads, Michon R 


Elovitz, Anto.neite M 243, 245. 438 


Fans, Cynthia S. 531 


Eager, Frederick R. 


Elrod, Dennis M. 


Fans, Kelly L. 


Eager, Sue R 


Elton, William G. 


Farler, Patricia H 


Eanes, Patricia L 356.410 


Elvove, Regma 382, 530 


Farler, Verna M, 


Earehart, Terry L. 


Ely. Robert M 504 


Farley, Barbara S. 


Earle, David R. 564 


Elza, Vida D. 


Farley, James A. 


Earle, Keith E. 


Elzy, Denise L, 243, 245, 390, 


Farley, Kimberly S. 564 


Earley, Keith M. 355, 438 


438 


Farley, Rebecca M 340 


Earley, Michael L 334, 391, 504 


Embry, Alex, Jr. 


Farmer, David R 


Earlywine, Linda L. 504 


Embry, Candace L. 384, 564 


Farmer. Delenna R 504 


Earnest, Carla L 592 


Embry, Delma F. M. 


Farmer, Florence C. 


Easily, Jimmy J. 


Embry, Jean H. 530 


Farmer, Jimmie 


East, Roland K. 


Embry, Michael D. 420 


Farmer, Jocelyn 




Emerson, Harold G 


Farmer, Karen G 531 


Easter! Vickie L 530 


Endres, Diane M, 


Farmer, Linda M V 


Easlerday. Sheila E 366. 409, 504 


ENERGY CONSERVATION 


Farmer, Luther 160 


Easterlmq, Robert L, 


COMMITTEE 322 


Farmer, Pamela D 564 


Easterling, Thomas A. 


Engard, Vicki D 438 


Farmer, Robert C. 


Eaton, Kenneth A. 


Engelhardt, William H. 


Farmer, Robert E. 326 


Eaton, Rob L., Jr 


England, Joseph R. 


Farmer, Stevan D, 


Eaves, Bonnie Y 


England, Judy L. 


Farrell, Charlene M. 


Eaves, Michael R. 


Engle, Carolyn J. 438 


FarreU, Paul T 


Ebel, Gregory L 564 


Engle, Diane 564 


Fairis, Alvin W. 


Ebert, Minnielynn M. 


Engle, Jerry E. 356 


Farris, Bruce E. 


Ebert, Robert H. 


Engle, Linda A. 201,504 


Farris, Cheryl F 


Eby, Marilyn S 366.409,504 


Engle, Mary S. 530 


Farris, Esther E 


Eccles. Thomas 


Engle, MyraG. 


Farns, Ezra W. F 406 


Eckerle. Robert A. 


Engstrom, Knstie E. 530 


Farris, Hilda M. 


Eckert. Eugene W 


Enlow, Anthony C. 


Farris, Hosea 


Eckert. Patricia S. 504 


Ensminger. Angela S 


Farris, Howard C 


Eckman, David A 


Enzweiler, Laura M. S64 


Farris. James R 564 


Ecton, Elaine J. 


Eoenfield, Charles 253 


Fams, Kermit N 


Eddleman. T.Uie B 504 


Epifano. James A. 360. 439 


Farris, Larry S 


Edelen, Kaihryn V 564 


Epley, Sonia J, 356, 366 


Farns, Lynn D. 


Edelen, Mary L. 491 


Epling, Donita S. 


Farris, Michele E 


Eden, Harold D. 


Epling, Dorothy R. 366, 564 


Fams, Nancy C 531 


Edenfield, Charles L 438 


Epling. William D. 


Farthing, Vernon C 


Edgington, Cynthia K. 438 


Epp, Danny D 360, 368 


Farthing, William T 


Edinger, Christy E. 383 


Epperley. Kenneth E. 355 


Fassler, Gary J. 346, 368, 504 


Edlin, Thomas S. 564 


Epperson, Catherine Y 


Fathergill, Shelby J. 


Edmonds, Donald L. 


Epperson. David B. 


Faulconer, Freddie G 


Edmonds, Robert H. 


Epperson, Ray C, Jr. 


Faulconer, Gary R. 


Edmondson, Arnold R. 


Epperson, Virginia K. 


Faulconer, Leroy P. 


Edmondson, Lois 1. 


Epps, James, Jr. 


Faulk, James M. 


Edmundson, William R 


Erisman, Barbara L. 439 


Faulk, Michael A 


Edwards, Anna L. 


Ernest. Brenda S. P. 


Faulk, Mickey '->»4 


Edwards, Bobby G. 


Ernest, Carolyn A. 


Faulkner, Ballard T 


Edwards, Charles W. 356 


Ernest, James M. 


Faulkner, Barry M. 


Edwards, Chester L. 


Ernest, Shea 439 


Faulkner, Elizabeth A 564 


Edwards, Frank W, Jr. 


Ernspiker, Kenneth, Jr 


Faulkner, Katha S 531 


Edwards, Howard D. 


Erpelding, John C 


Faulkner, Leslie A. 564 


Edwards, James G. 


Erwin, Patricia A. 230. 366. 439 


Faulkner, Michael B. 


Edwards, Maxine H. 


Eskew, James E., Jr. 


Faulkner. Phyllis K. 


Edwards, Michael J. 


Eskridge, Deborah A. 564 


Faulkner, Robert T 


Edwards. Pamela S. 564 


Esser, Walter 0.279 


Faulkner. Shirley W 


Edwards, Peggy L 564 


Estep. Donald C. 


Faulkner. Vickie A 


Edwards, Thomas P 


Estep, Johnney S. 


Faust. Carol A C 


Edwards, William E. 


Estep, Karan L. 


Faust, Susan K 439 


Edwards, Yvonne 


Estep, Randall K. 


Fausz, Barbara L 564 


EELS 278 


Estep, Ronnie W. 


Fava, Dominic M. 504 


Egan, Thomas P 


Estep, Timothy A. 439 


Favre, Anthony C 


Egbert, Judy L. 


Estes, AnnaG. 530 


Favre, Joanne L 




Estes, Edgar L. 


Faw, Thomas G. 


Eggen, Joseph L 


Estes, John A. 


Fawley, Marianne 298, 504 


Eggleton, Steven L. 


Estes, Maria J. 332, 337. 530 


Fay, John C. 


Ehrhardt, Teri L. 


Estes, Paul D. 373, 530 


Faye, Sandra 531 


Eichei.Kathy L. 252, 300, 344, 


Estill, Deborah K. 


Fazio, Jeffrey A. 


504 


Estis, Steven H 


Feather, Harry B 504 


Eifert, Douglas J. 564 


Estridge, Felix J. 


Feather, John L. 364, 565 


Eisenmenger, Barbara 390, 504 


Estndge, Karen S 332 


Fedders, David A. 439 


Eklund, JohnC. 


Estridge, Marsha Jo 


Fee, Donald D 


Eklund, Robert G 


Estridge, Sandra E. 531 


Fee, Thomas H 


Elam, Betty J. 340,438 


Etheredge. David A. 


Feeback, Charles M. 


Elam. Daniel C. 


Ethenngton, Carl L. 


Feistritzer, Donna M 565 


Elam, Deborah G. 530 


Etherington, Carolyn 564 


Feldhaus, Dottie G 


Elam, Donald H 


Ethenngton, Dorothy E. 592 


Feldhaus, Edward M. 439 


Elam, Henry J 


Etherington. Rebecca 504 


Feldman, Beverly D 439 


Elam, Jerry R 


Ethington, Robert L. 


Feldman. Fritz P 


Elam, Leigh H 


Eubank, David T. 531 


Felkins, Mark J. 


Elam, Marian C. 


Eubanks, Karen A. 564 


Feltner. Charles B. 


Elam, Patricia A. 564 


Euton, Mark E. 564 


Feltner, Donald R 172 


Elam, Robert W 


Evans. Carla N. 


Feltner. Sheila D 


Elder, Benedict J 


Evans, Charlotte M F. 


Feltner, William D 


Eldredge, Garry A. S30 


Evans. Daniel E 401,402 


Felton, Roger A. 


Eldredge, Larry A. 530 


Evans, Diana 


Felz. James H 


Eldndge, Barry G. 438 


Evans, Fred A. 


Fender, Michael L. 


Eldndge, Evon 340 


Evans. Gerald D. 


Fennell, Kent D 353, 504 


Eldndge, James N. 


Evans, Harold G. 


Fentress, Kathy B. 565 


Eldndge. Linda E. 


Evans, Jett W. 


Ferguson, Deborah S. 531 


Eldndge, Minerva B 438 


Evans, Joseph T. 258, 260 


Ferguson, Sherry A. W. 


Eley, Charles E. 


Evans, Margaret L. 564 


Ferguson, William G 531 


Elfnng, Susan L. 438 


Evans. Nancy A. 340, 564 


Ferman, Mary E. 


Elgin, Clifford T. 


Evans, Nancy K. 


Ferrante, Mary A 409.440 


Elgin, Paula K. 


Evans, Nona J. 


Ferreli. Dennis R. 387, 394 


Elgin, Thomas M. 


Evans. Rebecca A. M. 344 


Ferrell, Denny L. 565 


Elkin, Betty J. 


Evans, William B. 293, 564 


Fen-ell, George C. 


Elkins, Cathy A 390. 530 


Evans, William H. 439 


Ferrell. Ruthelda K 


Elkins. Jo Ann 564 


Everage, Debra K 439 


Fetter. Susan C 


Elluns, Robert L. 


Evendge. Kathleen K. 


Fiechter, David W. 


Ellery, Phyllis A. 


Everman, Ellen R. 564 


Field, Carolyn E. 


Ellinger, Robert H. 592 


Everman. UndaS.H. 


FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 298 


Ellingsworth. Thomas 334, 371, 383, 


Everman, Nina F 504 


Fielding, Patricia A 


391,438 


Eversman, Janice K. 564 


Fields, Garry L. 


Ellington, Wanda J. 


Eversole, Carolyn M. 531 


Fields, Gayle J. 


Elliott, Jo Ann 


Eversole, Debra E 564 


Fields, Harrison R. 


Elliott. Larry M 


Eversole, Dwight 


Fields. Judith C. 531 


Elliott, Laveda D. 


Eversole, Elmer J. 


Fields, Judy K. A 344, 356 


Elliott, Leslie D. 249 


Eversole, John E. 504 


Fields, Lynn K. 


Elliott, Martha A. 330. 438 


Eversole, Mary J. 250, 332, 439 


Fields, Rmnie J. 


Elliott, Peggy L- 


Eversole, Norma R. 


Fields, Ruth A. 


Elliott, Sandra L. 


Eversole, Verden J. 


Fields. Sharon 8. 440 


Elliott. Tom R. 364 


EwaK. John M 


Fields, Sondra L. 


Ellis, Danny R, 360 


Ewing, Sandra F 


Fields, SuzanG. 


Ellis, David W 




Fieisha, RinnieJ. 531 


Ellis, Debra A. C. 438 


— F— 


Fife. Deborah A. 531 


Ellis, Dieki L. 




Fife, Marlene A. 


EUis, Glenn L, 


Fagaley, Terry C. 


Figgs, Charles H. 


Elhs, Glenn W, 592 


Fahey, Nancy H. 


Filbert, Dana L 565 


Ellis, Marilyn J. 504 


Fahnestock, Howard H. 


FUippucci, Paul N. 355 


Ellis, Mark A. 438 


Fahr, Jennifer A. 530 


Filut. Jack M 251.484 


Ellis, Mary K. 530 


Fain, Alice A. 504 


Fihit. Karen J. K 250 


Elbson, Connie L. 


Fain, Robert L. 


Fined, Deborah R. 366. 504 


Ellison, Danny M. 


Fair, Michael L. 242,353, 531 


Finch, Carolyn L 326. 504 


Elliston, PaulT 


Fannin, Alice L. 


Finck, Thomas P. 


Elinor, Betty D 


Fannin, Rex G. 


Findley, Thomas E. 277. 440 


Ellsworth. George W 


Fanning, Gary D. 


Finger, Michael J 531 


Elmore, Debra L. 366. 400 


Farcas, David R. 


Fink, Harold K. 


Elmore. Donald W. 


Fargo, Connie S. 564 


Fink. Jeffrey A. 260 



Firman, Lillian M 

Fischer, Elizabeth M 

Fischer, Lynda K. 504 

Fish,C Ben 490 

Fisher. Beverly J. 

Fisher, Caroline 440 

Fisher, Cindy 392 

Fisher. Crittenden M. 

Fisher, Cynthia D 100,340,491 

Fisher, Dorothy G 

Fisher, Gordon L. 282, 440 

Fisher, Linda C. 

Fisher, Mark A. 364. 368, 440 

Fisher, Mary C 

Fisher. PriscUla E. 327. 53) 

Fisher, Terry J. 

Fisher, Tom 363 

Fisher. Walter T. 

Fister, Madeline S 440 

Fitch, Jerry R 

Fitch, Joseph C 

Fitzgerald, Cindy A 245. 330. 355, 

440 
Fitzgerald, James L 565 
Fitzgerald, Oscar L. 
Fitzpatnck, Charles 339, 440 
Fiizpatrick, Jacquely 
FIVE SATINS THE 116 
Flaig. Barbara H 
Flairty. Michael L 565 
Flairty. Paul S. 504 
Flannery, Elizabeth 
Fleckenstein. Geraldine P 484 
Fleckenstein. Robert 440 
Fleming, Charles F. 
Fletcher, Bruce 1 
Fletcher. Janice L. 
Fletcher, Joanna L. 
Fleury, Joseph K. 
Fl.nchum, Catherine M 531 
Flint, Steven R. 306. 390, 531 
Flood. Anna M 
Flood, Mary W 531 
Floore, Douglas E. 
Flora, Joyce L 250.440 
Flora. Rebecca L. 565 
Florence. Eugenia K 
Floro, Karen V. 
Flowers, Larry A 
Floyd. Bobby D 
Floyd, Carol A. 440 
Floyd. Carroll C 
Floyd. Debra S 
Floyd. Glenda L. D 592 
Floyd, Patricia M 
Floyd. Raymond J. 
Flynn, Alan W 531 
Flynn, Freeda J. 440 
Flynn, James H. 531 
Flynn, Jennifer L 
Flynn, Jerrold D. 
Flynn, Kathi A. 
Flynn, Kathleen A. 
Flynn, Rebecca L B 
Flynn. Robert C 
Flynn, Susan J 
Flynn, Weyneth D 
Fockele, Robert D. 
Fockele, William J. 
Foff. James C 279 
Fogg. Andrea E 328. 440 
Fogg, Edward B 
Fogle. Thomas K. 
Fogt, Anders 440 
Fogt. Nancy A. J. 441 
Fogt, Niels H 441 
Foland, John E 353 
Foley. Glenn A. 
Foley. John R. 353, 531 
Foley, Judy A 504 
Foley. Lisa Y 413.416.531 
Foley, Lorraine P 
Foley, Roger A. 
Foley, Sandra J 
Foley, Steve A 504 
Foley. Tom C. 
Foley. Vicky L. 441 
Folk, Billy G 
Folk, Patricia L. 
Fonville, Karen 326 
Fonville. Nancy K. 565 
FOOTBALL COLONELS 257 
Forbis, Tnnna L. 
Ford, Ceha A 
Ford, Danny R 
Ford, James M 
Ford, Sandra D 492 
Ford, Sheila A 504 
Ford, Sue H. 
Ford, Wendell H. 160 
Fore. Stephen E 356,441 

Foreman, Gaynell H 328, 504 

Forkal, YvonneG. 410, 441 

Forman, Joseph M 

Forsberg, Robert G., Jr. 565 

Forsee, John C. 

Forsythe, James L 355, 504 

Forsythe, Joyce A 330, 441 

Forsythe, Patricia L. 242. 531 

Forsythe, Robert A. 

Forth. Deborah A 565 

Fortney, Joyce J. 

Fortune, Susan tie G 

Forwerck, Jill L 

Fosson. Carol G. 

Fosson, Steven R. 

Foster. Arthur L. 

Foster, Bobby E. 

Foster, Deborah J. 

Foster. Donald E 484 

Foster, Donald G 

Foster. Frances 



Foster, Josephine V 

Foster, Peggy A. 

Foster. Pirjo 1 

Foster, Rebecca D. 

Foster, Robert A 

Fothergill, Eleanor G 

Fournaris, Dimple R S 

Fournaris, Peter N 

Foushee, Roy E., Jr. 

Foust. Donna L 

Fouts. Arnold M. 

Fouts, Nancy P 

Fowler, Connie W 

Fowler, John L 

Fowler, Katreka 

Fowler, Nanci E 

Fowler, Ruth 388 

Fowler, Susan L 

Fowler, Teresa L 505 

Fox, Edwin R 

Fox. Gary L., Sr. 441 

Fox, Harold T. 441 

Fox, Jams C. 

Fox, Jo A. 344 

Fox, Kathleen L. 

Fox, Lynn S 330 

Fox. Mary T 492 

F w B ■ da ■- ■ 

Fox, Thomas L. 

Fraley. David F 

Fraley, Dennis 505 

Fraley, Douglas A 

r-'rar ., V ,■ . V/ 

Francis, Alvin L 

Francis. Delma J. 244.420, ! 

Francis' James E. 
Francis, Pamela M P 
Francis, Theresa C 410 
Franck, Karen L. 565 
Frank, Alan T. 
Frank, Nancy J- 565 
Franke. Donna S. 565 
Frankenberg, Maryann 
Franklin, John O. 
Franklin, Karle W 
Franklin, Patty L. 531 
Franklin. Robert J. 
Franklin, Stephen L. 
Franklyn, David D. 
Franks, Sherry L. 565 
Franzen, Michael W 
Fravert, Gail L. 531 
Frazee. Charles V 360 
Frazer, Paul D. 
Frazier. Charles D 
Frazier. Howard W 
Frazier. Joan C 
Frazier, Joe M, 565 
Frazier, Karol K. 
Frazier, Roy R 

Frazier! Wayne 565 
Frederick, Kenneth E. 
Frederick, Stephen L 



Freed, Jeffery L 566 
Freedman. Kenneth N. 
Freels, Gordon L 

Freeman, Danny 
Freeman, James W. 
Freeman, Michael D. 
Freeman, Ronnie L. 
Freeman. Teresa L. 531, 614 
Freeman, Wadonna L. 
Freer. Dave E 
Freese, Linda J 566 
Freking, Connie J 344 
French, Gary C 
French, Gwenn M 531 
French, JacquelynY. 531 
French, Larry L 
French, Linda A. B 
French, Vicky C. 531 
Frerman, Paula J. 566 
FRESHMAN CLASS 554 
Frew, Gerald D, Jr. 566 
Frey. Jill D. 340 
Fncke. William C. 408 
Friedly, Harold H , Jr 
Friend, Evelyn J. M. 
Friend, Thomas A 
Frisbie. Margaret A. 

Frith, Dorothy P. 332 
Frith, Kathlynn 566 
Fntsch, Mary S. 566 
Fritsch, Susan 326 
Fritz, Bertram W. 



SO' 



Fritz, Douglas E. 

Fritz, Gary N 

Fritz, Gerald L 

Fritz. Pamela J 

Fritz. Vickie D. 340. 505 

Froman. William K 230." 292, ; 

Fron. Joni G. 531 

Frost, David F 

Frost, Pam J. 505 

Frost, Ralph E. 

Frost, Robert C 

Frump, Gerald E. 

Fry. Elian J 531 

Frye, Edith L. 

Frye, Robert W 

Fryer. BJIy M. 566 

Fryman. John M. 441 

Fryman, Julian F 

Fryman. M.chael E 296.297 

Fryman, Rhonda L. 505 

Fryman, Richard E. II SOS 

Fryman, Robert A. 505 

Fryman. Vicki K. 408. 566 

Fuchs, James J 

Fuchs, Karen D 

Fuchs, Robert T., II 



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Fugate, Bobby J 505 
Fugaie. Brenda 505 
Fugate, David L 346 
Fugate, Don 
Fugaie, Herberi W 
Fugate, Kenneth S 

Fugate, Ronald D. 
Fugate, Sally R 
Fugate, Sharon L. 566 
Fugazzi, Debra E S66 
Fugitl. William M. 
Fulks. Deborah S. 505 
Fulks. Thomas R. 
Fuller, Gary L 
FuUer, James M.. Jr. 
Fuller, LisaR 385.531 
Fuller, Lilten. Jr 
Fuller. Shirley A. 505 
Fulton, Bruce M 441 
Fulton, Monica R 566 
FuJl:. Bill 270 
Funke, David W 
Funkhousei Robei t E 
Fuqua. Kalhy I P. 
Furmo. Richard D. 
Furnish, Billy T. 
Fury, Carol J. R. 213, 243,3 

406.409.441 
Fury. RichardS 227,237,4 

Fuson, John M. 
Fussnecker, Marilyn V. 531 
Fussnecker. Sharon K. 441 
Futrell. Kay A 531 



Gabbard. Alice L 
Gabbard. Bobby G 
Gabbard, Hugh E. 
Gabbard, James H 
Gabbard. John B. 

Gabbard! Keith D. 
Gabbard. Larry S. 441 
Gabbard. Lydia C M 484 
Gabbard, Marilee M 
Gabbard. Nancy F 
Gabbard, Pauline S. 
Gabbard, Robert B 441 
Gabbard, Rose M 
Gabbard, Sharon 50E 
Gabbert, Edward L 
Gabhart, Carl K 
Gabhan, Laura L. 242, 531 
Gabriel, Gabriel U 
Gaffney. Mary L 505 
Gaffney, Peggy S. 566 
Gaffney, William H. 
Gafford, Rickie E 
Gage, Harold D 
Gagle, Steven L. 441 
Games, Delores A. 408, 441 
Games, Diann F. 
Games. Linda S 484 
Gaines, Marilyn D 531 
Gaines. Pamela J. 
Gaines, Rodney G. 
Gaines, William K. 
Gaither. Demse M. 566 
GaJamb, Karen S. 505 
GaJati, Susan L 



nth, Su! 



iK. 



Gale, Donald J 
Gale. Elizabeth J. 
Gall, RoxanneB 531 
Gallagher, David J. 
Gallagher, Joseph M. 
Gallagher. Mary M 566 
Gallagher, Stephen M. 

Gallenbeck. Steven C. 505 
Galloway. John C. 400. 566 
Gamble, Steven E. 530 
Gambrel, Danny T. 
Gambrell. David R. 550 
Gambrell. Jerry W. 
Gammell, Gloria R. 44! 
Gander, Anna K. 

Gann, Jan R. 384,413, 505 
Gann, Kenneth R. 
Gannon. Raymond 383. 505 
Gant. Mildred M. 
Gant. Vicki M. 
Garback, Jamce M. 484. 582 
Garcia, Maritza J. 100 
Garda. Judith C. 532 
Gardiner, Stephanie C. 441 
Gardner, David J. 566 
Gardner, James L. 391.532 
Gardner, Janice L. 
Gardner, Lisa A. 532 
Gardner, Marsha C 441 
Garland. Donald F 
Garner. Cynthia A 
Garner. Eliza C. 
Garnett. Debra J. 566 
Garnett. Johnny W. 260. 532 
Garnett, Karen S. 532 
Garr, Dave E 566 
Garrett, Barbara J 566 
Garrett. Charlene B 



Garrison, Charles L. 
Garrison, David K. 
Garrison, Jeffrey D. 
Garrison, Ronald R 441 
Garth, Cynthia S. 532 
Garlin. Diana G. 505 
Garvin, Christine 



Gary, Mary T 
Gash. Daniel L. 505 
Gaskins. Larry J. 387 
Gaskins, Norma S. 
Gales, Donald L. 244,411 
Gates, Rose M. 
Gatewood, Glenn 
Gathright, Laura A. 592 
Gallon. Vicki L. 337, 344 
Gaunce. Paula S. 
Gay. Claude W 
Gay. Hubert D 
Gay, Louise 
Gay. Phillip 
Gay, Sharon R. 
Gayheart. Bobby L. 
Gayle, Veronica 
Gearhart. William D. 353, 368 
Gedling, Ellen C. 
Gedling, James L. 
Gee, Robert L. 
Geier, William A. 441 
Geiger, Jennifer L 
Geigert, Walter A. 
Gellhaus, Donald L. 
Gelter, David L. 566 
Gelter, Ralph D. 
Genthner. Mary J. 
Gentry, Dennis A. 
Gentry, Dons A. 441 
Gentry, Ellen L. 
Gentry, Linda A. 505 
Gentry, Lynn E. M. 
Gentry. Mary C. 566 
Gentry. Michael R. 282. 532 
Gentry, Richard L. 
Gentry, Sharon K. 492 
Gentry, Shirley C. 
Geoghegan, Joyce A 
Geoghegan, Robert S 
George, E H. 402 
George. Jacqueline M 
George. Rena S. 
Gerding, Diane L 532 
Geriac ~ 
Gerlac 
Gerst, Mary A. 566 
Gerstle. James L. 
GersUe, Mary V 592 
Gerth, Kathleen A. M. 
Gerth, Richard W 
Gesenhues, John H. 
Getha, William M. 
Getman, Barbara R 
Gevedon. Janice C 
Gfell, Timothy L. 
Giancola. Una C. 

Gibb, Harry B 

Gibbs. Carol D 592 

Gibbs. Ellen M 566 

Gibbs, Gregory A. 355, 505 

Gibbs, James R 

Gibbs, Lucy Y. 

Gibbs, Paul L. 358. 568, 532 

Gibson. Betty G. 

Gibson, Charles 11. 219 



Giltner, Rebecca S. 242, 532 

Ginter.AnneR. 

Ginter, Gary L 



Mai 



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. 320. 



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Gibson, Deborah A. 

Gibson. Earl C. 

Gibson, Gene C. 242. 391, 532 

Gibson, Joe D 

Gibson, Joseph B, Jr. 506 

Gibson, Judy L. 441 

Gibson, Judy S. 

Gibson, Margaret A 532 

Gibson. Martha R. 566 

Gibson, Mary B. 

Gibson, Mary C 

Gibson, Mark 282 

Gibson, Melissa L. 567 

Gibson, Nellie C. 

Gibson, Paul D. 398 

Gibson. William M. 532 

G1FFORD THEATRE, CLARENCE Hill 

Gifford, Lu Ann 305. 532 

Gilbert, Arthur D., Jr. 532 

Gilbert, Charles C 

Gilbert, Cindy K 

Gilbert. David E 567 

Gilbert, Elizabeth M. 

Gilbert.Glenn D 339 

Gilbert, Jerry T 

Gilbert, John E. 

Gilbert, LonK 

Gilbert, Luther, Jr 

Gilbert, Michael E 

Gilbert. Paul B. 

Gilbert, Susan B. 532 

Gilbert, Therese K 

Gilbert. Willard 

Giles, Ronald L. 

Gilkeson, Orion R 441 

Gill. Andrew 

Gill, Diane L. 

GUI, Jennifer A. 

Gill, Linda J 

Gill. Paul J. 

Gill. Timothy M. 

Gillaspie, Lynn C. 330, 505 

Gillespie, Charley 204 

Gillespie, Stephen K. 

Gilliam. Dons F 

Gillier, Jean E 

Gilliland.FloraJ 567 

Gilliland, Virginia D 505 

GillUand, Virginia L. 

Gillis. Judith E. 

GiUispie, Charley E. 387.441 

Gilmore. Penny R. 567 

Gilpin, Nea! B. 

Gilpin. Roger D. 441 

Gilson, Sherry L. 



Girdner. Reeda V 532 

Gish, Doris J. E. 

Given, Charlene 344, 369 

G.vens. Elizabeth J. 567 

Givens, Genevieve 

Givens. James R. 346 

Givens. Julie M 

Givens. Rhonda G. 

Glascock, Patricia A. 592 

Glasgow, Harry K. 346. 532 

Glasgow, Janice E. 532 

Glass, Barbara S 

Glass, Connie L 

Glass. Paul A 355 

Glass, Vicki L. 305 

Glasscock, Harold L. 356 

Glasscock. Kaye V. 532 

Glassford. Stephen K. 353 

Glaze. Cheryl L S 

Glaze, Gary W 505 

Glenn, Bonnie F 

Glenn, Mary E. 

Glenn. Wayne D 

Gloss, Jeri L 532 

Glover, Beth C. 

Glover, Susan G. 441 

Gnadinger. Craig T. 387. 506 

Goatley, Charles F. 532 

Goatley, John £. 442 

Goble. Donna S. 422 

Goble, Earl J , Jr. 

Goble, James A. 

Goble. James D. 

Goble. Pamela 344, 422 

Godby. Forrest E. 

Godby, Geraldean 242, 326 

Godby. Stephanie 

Godsey. Dale A. 

Godsey. Ronnie H. 

Goe. David W 

Goebel, Gai P 

Goebel. Thomas R 

Goetz, Lisa A. 567 

Goff, Joe L 

Goff. Mary J. 

Goff. Phyllis V 

Goff. Slayrean 

Gohmann, Virginia M. 252, 298. 301 

Goins, Ann J 

Goins, Brenda K. 

Goins, David A. 

Goins, Gary W 

Goins. Larry W. 

Goldbach, Pamela S 396 

Goldey. Josselyn R. 

Goldey, Robert F 

Goldie, Gladys A. 

Goldston. Phillip L 

GOLF COLONELS 288 

Golightly, Donna J 404. 567 

Golyer. Peggy E. 506 

Goocey, Regina F. 

Gooch, Sarah L. 413.567 

Good, Bradley J. 532 

Good, Cindy M. 490. 532 

Good, Cynthia J. 506 

Goodall, Rhonda K. 

Goode. Wdliam B. 

Goodin. Carolyn M. 

Goodin, Evylene P 
Goodin, Joel T. 358 
Goodin, Katie J. 
Goodin, RoseO 422 
Goodin. Sherri G. 
Gooding. Brian S. 
Gooding, Patrick J. 
Goodlen. Charlene A 422 
Goodlett. Syaron T 
Goodman, Ralph W 532 
Goodrich, William A. 

Goodwin, Larry C 
Goodwin, Roland G 
Goodykoont2, Mary L. 
Gootee. William M., Jr. 506 
Gordon, Bruce E 
Gordon, Connie S. 
Gordon, Dan C 
Gordon, George L , Jr 532 
Gordon. Glenn C. 
Gordon. Gregory L 358 
Gordon, Lee 277 

Gordon. William E 

Gorenflo, Daryl L. 314, 532 

Gorley, David F. 

Gorley, Kelvin D. 

Gorley, Robert C. 

Gorniak, Gary T. 

Gosser. Joy L 

Gosser. Phyllis F. 

Gosser, Richard N. 

Gossett, BarbaraS 384.567 

Gossom, James M. 

Govan. John F. 

Govan.SleveJ. 

Gover. Jimmy W. 334. 391. 532 

Gover, Syeilah B. 567 

Grace. Jeanne P. 484 

Gracey. Kathy S. 567 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 218 

Grady. Elizabeth B 

Grady, Dar L. 

Graf. Debra A. 567 

Graff. Anita J. 422 

Graff. Mary C. 532 

Graham, Carol M. 422 

Graham. David C. 567 

Graham. David R 

Graham, Davida L 

Graham, Edwina J 

Graham, Georgia L 

Graham. Harry G, 



tW. 



. Ronn. 



i, Michael A 
ranger, Kay D. 
:, Gary L. 484 

', Pamela C. 
, Rebecca S. 



;, Dawn K. 

;. Gayle F. 442 

i, Helen C. 332, 567 

;. Scott G. 

Beverly C. 332,402. : 

Bonita L. 251 

Bonnie C. 366. 409. < 
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, Bruce 



. Harold G. 
.Katharine A. 
, MarihelenH ■ 



-, Glenda K. 

\ Rebecca L. 567 

:house, Donna K. 567 



i, Cheryl L. 244. 411.532 



, Joseph W 442 
., Kathy G 532 
i, Larry W 



, Richard C. 
, Robert A 358 
, Robert L. 443 
. Robert S. 443 
, Rodney L 
, Ronald E. 
, Steven D 567 
. Susan M. 506 
., Tony 293, 533 



, Myra L. 



. Cynthia L. 567 

. Deborah J. 191.389, ! 

! Gaines M 
, George K. 
(, Kathy A. 533 

■! Martha E 443 

(, Penny L. 382. 567 
!, Teri L. 326. 567 

jreenhill, Clarence C. 

II, Mary H 

;, Harriet F 
Jreenlee, Timothy B. 
Jreenup. James W. 290, 353 

i. Pamela E M. 

nil, Johnny B. 360 
/ell. Laura C. 506 
Greenwell, Lynne M. 
Greenwell, Margaret E 443 
well, Mercedes A 56? 
iwell, William M. 443 
. Edward R 
. James O. Jr. 



■. Valerie W 
Sregg, Rita K. 

. Neil A 
Gregory. Doni 



, Earl J R 

Sregory. Gail E 351, 506 

Gregory , Gil M. 

, Harold C. 
Gregory. Henry J. 
Gregory, Joanne 567 
Gregory, Joe T. 
Gregory, Larry J. 506 

Linda G 326, 533 
Gregory, Margaret D 
Gregory. Margaret M. 533 
Gregory. Michael A. 
Gregory, Phillip N 

. John P 
Gremer. Linda S V 
Grenier, Rafael A, II 251 



Gretzinger. Nancy K. 443 
Grey. Juanita L. 
Greynolds. Chester A. 
Gribbins. Jimmy D. 
Gnder. James W. 
Gnder. Marsha C 506 
Gnder. Mary J- 90. 234. 246. 

443 
Grider, Tommy D. 443 
Gnffey. Jo A. 330. 567 
Gnffin. Betsy K. 326 
Gnffin. Charles W_ 
Griffin. Cynthia P. 
Griffin. Gregory M. 
Gnffin. Janet M. 567 
Griffin, Joan C. 
Griffin. Kenton G. 533 
Griffin. Larry F. 
Gnffin, Linda D. 
Gnffin. Sandra L. 443 
Gnffin, Teresa M. 244, 41 1 , 443 
Griffin, Timothy L. 533 
Gnffith.GaryJ. 567 



Griffith, Gwynne N. 
Gnffith, James C. 567 
Gnffith. John B. 
Griffith. Leslie L.O. 246. 443 

Griffith. Michael W. 
Griffith, Thomas E. 
Griggs, Billye R. 

Griggs! Vickie J. 443 

Grigsby. FJe S,, Jr. 

Gngsby, Gregory R. 

Gngsby, James L. 

Grigsby, Johnny L. 

Grigsby, Lucinda J. P. 

Gngsby. Sheila Y. 

Grigsby. William P. 

Grim, Roger O. 567 

Grimes. Bill A. 

Gnmes. Linda A. 567 

Grimes, Mary A. 

Grinage. JoseH., Ill 506 

Gnner. Ramona J. 

Gnse. Elizabeth J. 567 

Grise, Emma E. 

Grise, Sheila D. 

Gritton, Garnett L. 

Gnvetti. Verna L. 400, 533 

Grizzard, Jacqulyn L. 

Groberg, Terry L. 

Groezinger. James G. 444 

Groezinger, Janet L. 382, 567 

Grogan. Gary S. 

Grollig. Patricia J. 506 

Gronberg, Rickie G 

Grooms. Harold C. 

Grooms. Nancy T. 

Gross. Charlotte H. 

Gross, Colin 

Gross. Diana E. 

Gross, Freda J. 567 

Gross. Paula L. 533 

Gross, Vernon 444 

Grove. George T. 

Grove, Judith T 

Grover. Sue A. 567 

Grubb, Janet E. D 

Grubbs, Kathy L. 567 

Grubbs. Martha L. 533 

Grubbs, Rebecca L. 419. 506 

Gruen, Michael S 

Grueninger. Diane L. 567 

Guenwald. Gregory W 260 

Grugin, Michael D. 

Grundman, Pamela R. 

Grundman, Patricia L. 567 

Grundy, Anthony M. 

Grundy. David 364 

Grundy, John M. 568 

Gruner. Allen K. 337. 568 

Gruner. Robert C 337 

Guffey. Bobby D. 

Guffey, Glenna J. 568 

Guffey, Mitchell B 

Guffy. Debbie K. 

Gugel. Daria L. 

Gukeisen, Sandra M. 568 

Gullett, James N. 

Gullett, Michael L. 

Gullett. Robert J 

Gullett, Sallyann B. 

Gullette. Kenneth R. 244. 420. 506 

Gullette, Robert L.. Jr. 

Gulley. Barbara A 

Gulley. Brenda J 444 

Gulley. Judith V. 

Gulley. Lynn R. 406. 506 

Guman.KarenP. 

Gundy. David R 

Guthery. Grace M. 

Guthrie, Patrick D. 

Guy. David A- 

Guyton. Janice L. 

Gwynn, Sharan A. 563 

Gyurik. George S. 296. 568 

— H— 

Ha ban. Joseph A 
Habeeb. Sam J., Jr. 
Hacker. Bruce 568 
Hacker. Dennis B 
Hacker. Gail Y 506_ 
Hacker. Jeannette 533 
Hacker, Joan 
Hacker. Joe C. 
Hacker. Mai very J. 535 
Hacker. Nina A. 568 
Hacker. Ronnie 
Hacker. Teresita 
Hacker, Tolene 
Hacker, William D. 
Hackett, Mary J 506 
Hackman. Mary F. 
Hackworth. Danny W. 506 



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Hackwonh. Elizabeth 492 

Hackworth, James T 

Hackworth, Kenneth W 231,251,' 



, Edw 



iH. 



Haddix, Roy H 
Haden. K. Ann 
Haeberlin. Glenn E 296 

Haegele, Ruth M. 568 
Hater, Craig T 364,568 
Haftey, Connie B. 568 
Hafley, Gary R 
Hafley, Joan T. 
Hafley, Marilyn R 568 



Hat 



jinR. 



Hagan, Ellen M 444 

Hagan. Hubert L. 444 

Hagan, Lydia W. 444 

Hagan, Peggy S 

Hagedorn, Therese A. 468 

Hager. Elizabeth J. 

Hager, James M 

Hagerman, Leigh A. 

Haggard, Nancy M. 

Haggard, Richard W. 

Haggard, Ricky A- 444 

Hagood, 01! le B 

Hahn, Charles L 568 

Haidle, Ruth E. K. 

Hail, John B. 

Hail, Richard B. 506 

Halbauer, Constance 344, 568 

Halbert, Denise L. I. 333 

Halbert. John W. 592 

Halbert. Louise 592 

Halbert. Stella L 

Halbert, Thomas G. 

Halcomb, Charlene 

Halcomb, PattiL 568 

Hale, Bernard W , II 

Hale. Darrell W 

Hale. Deborah L. J. 247. 444 

Hale, Eda H. 

Hale, Frederick E,, II 

Hale. Glen M. 533 

Hale. Joan U 

Hate. Judy E. 

Hale, Marsha A 

Hale. Stanley C. 

Hale, W3teetah D. 

Haley, Douglas R. 181, 533 

Halffman. Paul F 

Halfhill. Andrea K 533 

Halihan, Randy 278 

Hal fh ill, Barry W 



Hall, Benny V 
Hall, BrendaJ 410.568 
Hall. Christine D. 
Hall, Connie G 568 
Hall. Dave B. 568 
Hall, David M 293, 568 
Hall, Deborah A. 
Hall. Donna K. 
Hall. Donna S 568 
Hall, Emily L. 



533 



Jerry T 
Jewel E 
John T- 
Joseph r 
Karen S. 492 
Kirby D 
Martha J. 
Mike 353 
HALL OF FAME AWARD 225 
Quinna E 
Ramona I. 533 
Rex D. 
Rhonda G. 
Ritchie J 
Robert W, 
Russell D 
RuthC 



Sher.el K 
Stephen 1 



533 



Sue A S. 

Teresa K 

Terri L 340 
Thomas K.. III 
Thomas N 
Tim 363, 592 
Vicki R. 533 
Vickie L. 



Halh 

Halloran, Joan P 568 
Halpin, Donald J 
Halsey. James W 444 
Halsey, Judy P. 
Halstad, Charisse M. 533 



. 568 



Halstead. Patricia C 
Halsted. Daniel A. 
Halsted. Jerrianne 
Halter. Jack R 
Ham. Rebecca D 492 
Hamblen. Thomas J 
Hamblin. Larry R. 
Hamblin, Patricia C. 
Hamblin, Raymond 
Hambly. Barbara A. 243. 444 
Hambly. Carol L 
Hamby. Lori N 



Har 



lton. Cherry L. 408. 568 

Dane R. 444 
Hon, Darnel G 



Hamilton, Frank L 




Hamilton, Glenda C 
Hamilton, Glenna S C 

Hamilton. John W. 507 
Hamilton, Judy L 444 
Hamilton. Karen D 340 
Hamilton, Karen L. 340, 360 
Hamilton. Kathy 326 
Hamilton, Kenton H. 533 
Hamilton, Lanny R. 
Hamilton, Linda S 592 
Hamilton. Louis G. 569 
Hamilton. Mary A 569 
Hamilton. Michelle 533 
Hamilton, Mike H. 507 
Hamilton, Robin L 34.507 
Hamilton, Ronald D 326 
Hamilton, Russell D 
Hamilton, Sarah N 383, 507 
Hamilton, Thomas F. 
Hamilton, Victor L. 
Hamlin, Maryanne 533 
Hamlin, Richard W 

Hamm, Jerry A. 
Hamm, Mary B 
Hammer, David M 534 
Hammerstrom. Mary L. 534 
Hammond, Gary E. 534 
Hammond. Jimmie R 507 
Hammond, Joe D. 
Hammond, Judy L 
Hammond, Larry B 534 
Hammond, William S. 



Hammons, Brenda L D 
Hammons, Linda K 340 
Hammons, Robert P. 



Hammons. William M 
Hamon. David 
Hampton. Clyde D. 
Hampton. David A. 
Hampton, David E. 507 
Hampton, Georgi 
Hampton, Jacqut 
Hampton, Margie L. 
Hampton, Martin J. 444 
Hampton, Mary L 
Hampton, Percy E , Jr 
Hampton, Rhonda S 
Hampton, Rita L. 
Hampton, Ronnie J 



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Hancock, Robert A , Jr 

Hancock, Ronald L, 

Hand, Mary E 534 

Handlan, Joseph M., Jr 293 

Handley. Cheryl A. 534 

Handley, Michael B 

Handman, Jeffrey S 569 

Handshoe, Debra A. 

Haney. DonaJd 160 

Haney, Gary C. 

Heney. Jerry M. 

Haney, Kimberlea J 569 

Haney, Sidney L 

Hankins. Linda R 

Han kins, Peggy A 

Hanks, Connie C 444 

Hanna, Dorothy 

Hannah, Fairy 

Hannah, Jacqueline 

Hannah, Ralph 

Hannan, Richard R 507 

Hannan. Victor R. 226. 445 

Hanner. Rebecca S. 344, 385. 534 

Hanners, Edith M 

Hannod, Barbara 243 

Hanrahan, James P. 

Hanscom, Sue A. 569 

Hansford, Charles V 507 

Hansford, Judy K. 213.327,445 

Hanson, Linda S 534 

Hanson, Mark W 534 

Hanson, Nettie J. 

Happoldt. Candie L. 534 

Haralson, Cheri A 

Haralson, Robert W 4l 

Harbach, Benjamin R 

Harbin. Barbara J P 

Harbin. Kathy J 569 

Harbin. Roberta A. 

Harbin. Stephen E 356 

Harbut. Tyrone C 

Harden, Jeffrey L. 364, 569 

Harden. Nancy L 490 

Hardesty. Martha L 534 

Uardesty. Michael J 

Hardesty, Monica J. 

Hardesty. Patricia L 

Hardesty. Susan 

Hardey. Gary C. 

Hardin, Alton A. 

Hardin, Jane G. 

Hardin, RuelT. 569 

Hardin, Sharon G 

Hardin, William H 257.260 

Hardy. Arthur J 

Hardy, Charles E. 

Hardy, Douglas S. 445 

Hardy, Elizabeth C 

Hardy, Freddie L 

Hardy, Gayle L. 

Hardy, Joseph R. 339 

Hardy, Joyce 

Hardy, Linda R. 

Hare, Carolyn C. 

Hare, Harold D. 

Hare, Michael L. 

Hargrove, Robert B 
Harkins, Dorothy W 
Harkleroad, Patricia 



534 



Harlan, John P. Jr 253 
Harlow, Beverly K. 569 
Harman, William K. 
Harmon. Brenda C C 
Harmon, Linda A 
i, Mary A, 



Harm 



. Mi- 



Harmon, Patricia L 
Harmon, Peggy A. 
Harmon, Sue A 
Harned, Freddie E 
Harned. Sandra E 
Harness. Carolyn A 
Harney, Brenda K 
Harney, Danny R 
Harney, James A 455 
Harney, Uura J. 569 
Harney, Mary M 
Harp, Joseph T 
Harp, Rickie K 
Harpel, Harris 340. 569 
Harper, Deborah J 
Harper. Everetie F., Jr 
Harper, Jennifer S 
Harper, Kimberley D 
Harper, Linda S 569 
Harper, Michael D 
, Phillip R 



Har 



5ri.» 



Harper. Sherry J 

Harper. Thomas C 

Harrington. Neil V 

Hams, Bobbie P 

Harris. Brenda A. C 

Harris. Buffie K 411 

Harris. Cecelia C 

Harris, Charlinda A. 

Harris, Cordelia 

Harris, Deborah A. 332, 534 

Harris, Deborah J. 397 

Harris, Debra L. 369 

Harris, Dennis 445 

Harris, Donna J 

Hams, Donna O 507 

Harris, Edgar A., Jr 569 

Harris, Ellen L 534 

Hams, Eunice A 

Hams, Gail R 

Harris, Gilda S. 445 

Harris. Helen J 

Hams, James D. 

Harris, Jerry T. 

Harris, John A 

Harris. John A. 

Hams. Judith E. S. 

Harris, Margaret J 507 

Harris. Mary J 

Harris, Norman 

Harris, Patricia A. 

Harris, Phi Hip 502 

Harris, Ralph 

Harris, Ricky D 

Harris, Rufus D 

Harris. Wdliam F 

Harris, William H 391, 534 

Harrison, Barbara J 507 

Harrison, Bettiana J 

Harrison. Debby E 

Harrison, Deborah S 445 



Harr 



.Don, 



Harrison, James C. 

Harrison.Judy L. 569 

Harrison. Judy W 

Harrison. Paul R. 

Harrison, Ronald 

Harrison. Ronnie N 485 

Harrison. Sally M. 340 

Harrison. Sandra B. 445 

Harrison. Sandra S. 

Harrison, Steve M. 

Harrison, Thomas R.Jr 

Harrison, Timothy R 445 

Harrison, Wilma J 

Harrod, Barbara J. 235. 251.445 

Hart, Ametta H 

Hart, Holtis M. 498, 507 

Hart, Isaac, Jr 

Hart, Jeffery S 569 

Hart, Jerry D 387 

Hart, Karen G 

Hart. Mary E 445 

Hart, Mites E. 

Hart, Paula K 326 

Harter. Janet L 332. 387. 569 

Hartje, Craig 248 

Hartje. John C 445 

Hartley, Bruce A. 

Hartley, James T. 534 

Hartman, Deborah L. 344, 360, 492 

Hartman, Marsha D. 534 

Hartman, Patricia L. 

Hartsock. David M. 

Hartson, James M. 569 

Hartung, Kathy M 492 

Harvener, Kenneth C. 

Harvey. Ail 277 

Harvey. Donald R 445 

Harvey, Jean F 569 

Harvey, Jut 



Harv 



.Pair 



:. Robert H. 260 
Hash. DeannaS. 507 
Hash, John P. 534 
Hassan, James Foster 
Hastings. Janice L 569 
Hastings, Nancy J. 332 
Hatfield, Ava M. 
Hatfield. Ava 366 
Hatfield. Deborah A. 507 
Hatfield. Gary D. 
Hatfield, Judy G. 445 
Hatfield, Patty L. 
Hatfield, Ricky D 
Hathaway, George R 
Hatley, Robyn M. 260 
Hatter. Shannon D. 
Hattenck. Walter W 445 



Hatton. Daryl 492 



Hatton. Sandra K 
Halt n, Sai I i I ■'■ 
Hatton. Wdliam N. 
Hattox, Douglas L 485 
Hauchin, Tom 279 
Haughey. Daniel F. 398. 569 
Hawkins, Deborah J 328,445 
Hawkins, Donna M. 
Hawkins. Earl T 507 
Hawkins, Irvine T. Jr 507 
Hawkins. Larry T 

Hawkins, Lee B 

Hawkins, Marilyn K 569 

Hawkins. Pamelia L 

Hawks, Kathleen A 

Hawley. Rickie H. 

Hawley, Robert C 363.445 

Hay. Connie S 

Hay. Donna L 507 

Hay. Michael V 

Haycraft. Peggy J 

Hayden. Bruce H. 569 

Hayden, Deborah A. 507 

Hayden. James R 

Hayden. Joseph I 

Haydon. Charles D 346 

Haydon. Joseph P. 

Haydon, Thomas S. 346 

Hayes, Eddie 

Hayes, Everett A 

Hayes, Glenn W 

Hayes. James M 

Hayes. Jeffrey L 423 

Hayes, Jerry A 534 

Hayes. Linda K 

Hayes, Monna D 

Hayes. Thomas D 534 

Haynes, Danny H 

Haynes, Teddy W, 

Hays, Janet L 569 

Hays. Joseph R 

Hays, Paul S. 

Hays. Randy 326 

Hays, Robert D , Jr 

Hays. Ruth A 237. 244. 252. 

340, 445 
Hays, Sheila K 
Hays. Steven R 
Hays. William S 252 
Haysley, Robert W. 
Haywood, Rebecca M 249. 327. 445 
Hazelett, Danette G 
Hazetngg, Anne H 213. 330. 445 
Hazelwood, Deana R 
Hazelwood, Jeanie 507 
Hazelwood, Roberta J 
Hazteti, John E, 
Heaberlin. Randell L. 260 
Head. Mary L 445 
Heard, John D 
Hearn, Michael C 
Heath. Terry L. 445 
Heaihman, BdlieJ H 
Heaton. Teresa G 
Heberle. Denise M 
Heberle, Jeanne M 
Heberle, Klaus H 
Heckman. Alice J 
Heckman, Kathy A. 445 
Hedgebeth. Gregory P. 507 
Hedgecock, Linda S. 332, 534 
Hedgecock. Robin L. 492 
Hedges, Cynthia A 
Hedges. Kathy L 570 
Hednck, James V 570 
Heeb. William C 570 
Heffernan. John P. 358. 534 
Heffley, Steven D. 445 



5!5 



Heffron. K; 

Hehemann, Dell 
Hehl, Donna L 445 
Heichemer. Frederick 
Heidorn. Judy A 
Heil. Kathy A 570 
Heinisch, Jane E 
Heinlein, Kathleen R. 
Heinrich. Patrick W. 535 
Heinz. Rebecca L 
Heise, Margaret A 299 
Heister, Robert L 
Heitzman, Carolyn M. 409. 507 
Heitzman, Deborah A. 
Held, John M 447 
Helhoski. Gail A 

Hellard! Dale R, 447 
Hellard, William E 244.411 
Heller. Edward M 363 
Hellman. Paul C , Jr. 
Helm. Finley 

Helm, Hannah J 447 
Helm. Hugh B. Ill 394, 535 
Helm. Philip S. 570 
Helms, Bradley P 555 
Helton. Charles R 
Helton. Gwendolyn A 
Helton. Henny 344 
Helton. Jennifer L 385, 535 
Helton, John K 
Helton, Shirley J 
Helton, Sophia M. 



H .■;■-■ 






Helvey. Drusilla J 535 
Hembree. Elbert. Jr 
Hemming, Betty T 
Hempfling, Jean C. 366. 4^ 
Hempfling, Mark C. 
Hendershot, Linda M 
Henderson, Bonnie M 
Henderson, Carolyn S 
Henderson, Clarenetta 
i, Donald C. 
i. James D 
..JayneC. 385 



Index and Director) 621 



Henderson, Karen 383 
Henderson, Leo M. 
Henderson, Marilyn J 507 
Henderson, Mark F 507 
Henderson. Pamela J 570 
Henderson, Robert G. 
I i. ■ del ■■ :■ \- bertl 
Henderson. Ronald 



H i7 .;,: 



[ The 



H.-r:d. 



I, Sheree M 



f H 326, 485 
Henderson. William H. 
Hendren, Doris 
Hendren, Hubert F 
Hendren, Linda S. 
Hendricks. Barbara A 
Hendricks, Charles T. 



){■:■: 



, Debra J 



Hendricks, John C. 
Hendricks, Linda B 
Hendricks, Peggy A. 



Hendrickson, Jack D 

Hendrickson, James M 

Hendrickson, Karen E. 409, 507 

Hendrickson, William 

Hendrix, Julie A. 

Hendrix, PhylissT. 

Hendrix, Ronald E. 507 

Henik, Rosemary A. 535 

Henley, Douglas T. 

Henn, Vicky L. 

Hennessy. Marian 

Henrich, Janis M 507 

Henry, Darlene D 

Henry. Donna A. 570 

Henry. Frank C. 

Henry, Geraldine 

Henry, Kenneth W. 248, 592 

Henry, Kevin M. 

Henry. Richard L 

Henry. Stevt 



Her 



-.-.: 



Henshaw, Michael D 
Hensley, Alonzo W. 
Hensley, Carolyn B. 
Hensley. Deborah G 
Hensley, Deborah L. 
Hensley, Effie W. 
Hensley , Harry S, 296 
Hensley, Janice K. 244.420 
Hensley, Kathleen J. M. 
Hensley. Kathy A. 197.389,' 

534, 535 
Hensley. Kathy J 535 
Hensley. Nicholas C. 
Hensley. Russell 250.447 
Hensley. Vicki L. 447 
Henson. Lonnie 
Henson. Mary E. 351.570 
Henson. Patricia E, 244. 246, 

507 



Estill 
aid. Helen M. 535 
Id, Imogene 447 



Hi 

srt, Robert J 

:. Martha N. 
Hergoit, Sister Esther 447 
Herren, Douglas A 
Herrmann, Gayle A 447 
Herron. Dale L. 



iierr 



i I- D 



Hershberger, Walter F 

Hershey. Donna L. 570 

Hesler, Carolyn J. 

Hess, Ralph W. 

Hess. Stephen J. 

Hesse, Sister Betty A. 

Hester, Ann R, 

Hester, Charles L 570 

Hester, Frank. Jr 

Hester, Rita S. 535 

Heston. Wesley T. 

Hettel, Theodore H 

Hettinger, John S 

Heucke, Jerry C 

Heuer. David E. 

Hewetson, Janet M. 327, 507 

Hewlett, Joe R 

Hey, Sharon M 330. 369, 507 

Heyer, Deborah A. 535 

Heyer, Robert B. 356 

Hibbard, Darlene W 

Hibbard, Joe 

Hibbard, Marilyn A. 

Hibbard, Paula L. 

Hibbard, Ruby C 

Hickerson, William S. 

Hickey, Brenda S. 

Hickey, Elizabeth E. 570 

Hickey, Patricia A. 

Hickey. Ralph M 

Hickey, Verna L. 

Hickman, Diane M. 

Hickman, Kathy 408 

Hickman, Paul E. 

Hickman. Reginald K. 326, 535 

Hickman. Vicki L 570 

Hicks, Alfreds A 

Hicks, Brenda K. 535 

Hicks. David W 

Hicks, Jan 

Hicks, Janet L 

Hicks. Jerry D 



Hie 



, Judy L. 447 



Hicks, Patric 
Hicks. Thomas J. 
Hiett, JanK 250,447 
Higdon. Steven D 356. 570 



;, James R 
Higgins. Judy 
Higgins, Karen L. 507 
Higgins, Lewis M. 507 

Higgins, Tom 290 



H; 3 



, Verr 



Hignite, Vickie C 

Hiland, Phil H. 

HUbish, Alicia A. 396, 507 

Hilderbrand. Ronald B. 535 

Hiles, Robert 

Hiles, Robert J. 

Hilgart. Margaret J 

Hilgeman, Donald E. 

H01, Barbara A. 

Hill, Barbara J. 507 

Hill, Carol A. 

Hill, Carol A. 

Hill. Cathy E. 447 

Hill! James R 

HU1. Jame F. 

Hill, Jeffrey A. 

Hill, Karen E. 298,447 

Hill, Kathy C. 

Hill. Larry L. 447 

Hill, Ralph 401 

Hill, Richard E. 

Hill. Robert A., Jr 

Hill, Roberta 188 

Hill, Ronald M 

Hill, Stanley W 293 

Hill, Toni L. 

Hill, William F. 

Hill, William H. 

HUliard. Jerry L. 592 

Hilliker, James D 507 

Hillman, Lucille P 

Hilpp, Paul F. 

Hils. Manlyn R. 448, 570 

Hils. Pam M. 

Hilton, Dudley R 447 

Hilton, Kathy 

Hfndrnan. Douglas 251 

Hinds, J Carson 

Hines, Daniese A 

Hines, Dennis P. 

Hines, Philip R 

Hines. Richard E. 358. 447 

Hines. Verniese A. 

Hines, William K 

Hinkle, Angela L 

Hinkle, Deborah S. 535 

Hinkle. Elona C. 

Hinkle, Raymond H 349 

Hinkle. Richard L. 535 

Hino. Marlene A. 

Hinson, Jenna C, 535 

Hinton, Gordon D., Sr. 

Hinton, Janet F 507 

Hinton, Roger E 

Hisle, Candace J 

Hisle, Eva S-M. 

Hisle, Gary L 

Hisle. Patricia A. 385 

Hissom, Jack 282, 284 

Hitch. Joy D 570 

Hitchcock. John R. 244, 252 

Hite, Terry G 447 

Hoagiand, Joyce A 

Hoagland, Rose M 447 

Hoagiand, Susanne P. 

Hoackworth, Danny 401 

Hoback, Charlie G 447 

Hoback. LynnD C. 447 

Hobbie, Rebecca S. 385, 570 

Hobbs, GeneM. 

Hobbs, James R 



Hobson, RondaC. 570 
Hochwalt, Thomas R. 
Hockensmilh, Deborah 
Hocker, Deborah J. 570 
Hocker. Ruth A. 
Hodes, John J 

Hodge, Deborah L. 107, 571 
Hodges, Barbara S. 
Hodges, Charles A. 
Hodges, Howard G 
Hoehler, Carol A 
-aurel K 571 
lan, IrvinH. 507 

>ffman, Linda J 

i, Mary S. 30, 571 

jffman, Mary T. 447 



fmann. Cynthia G 410,571 
fmann, Leslie 



i, Hugo R. 
Hogan, Charlotte D. 
Hoge, Elizabeth K. 447 
Hogg, Donna L. 507 
Hogue, James G 
Hogue, Jerry M. 
Holbrook, Charlotte F 535 
Holbrook, HoweU H. 
Holbrook. Hubert L 
Holbrook, Jesse C 401,447 
Holbrook, Julianne 571 
Holbrook. Michael L 
Holbrook. Phyllis J. 
Holbrook, Roger L. 
Holbrook, William F 535 
Holcomb, Teresa J. 344. 535 
Holdaway, Wendy K. 
Holder, Mary D. 351 
Holderman, Patricia J. 
Holdstock, Michael J. 
Hole, Kathleen A. S07 
Holehan. Steven T 571 




Dr. Richard Nugent counsels a chemistry student in his Moore Building office 
which also serves as a safe parking place for his bike. 



Holihan. Randy J 279, 389, 571 

Hollan, Florence R. 

HoUan, Henry T. 

Hollan, Julia A 

Holland, Lenard A. 

Holland, Robert M. 

Hollencamp, Geraldine 242, 385, 535 

Holleran. Paula H. 394. 396, 508 

Holley, Linda Y. 

Holliday. Robert C 508 

Holliday, Robert J 

Hollin, ShielaD. 

HoUinger, Elizabeth 571 

Hollingsworth, David 448 

Hollingsworth. Laura 302, 397 

Hollingsworth, Lynda 

HoUis, Milton E. 

Hollister. Christine 

HoUon. Betty L. 

Holion, Bobby C 

HoUon, Roger D 



Horsley, Beverly J. 508 



Hors 



. Jam 



HONOR ROLL 226 

HONORS 223 

Hood, Beatrice E. 

Hood, 

H iod 

Hood 

H. 3d 



Raymond A. 448 
William M. 



iregr 1 



H. I]..- 



.Eliz 



HoUoway. James A. 
Holloway, Robert M. 
HoUoway. Bob 288, 289 
Holloway. Rowena G. 535 
Holman, Genevieve 
Holmes, Carl F. 
Holmes. Cecily A. 344 
Holmes, Gene R. 
Holmes, Hal 295 
Holmes. MichalR. 535 
Holmes, Myrtice S. 
Holmes. Sharon K. 
Holsclaw, Sheila K. 448 
Holt, Ernie J 

Holten, Beverly A. 388, 408. 44J 
Holten. Scott A. 508 
Holthaus, Kathy A. 522, 535 
Holthaus, Robert W. 
Holthouser. Suzanne R 
Holtkamp, Donna J. 571 
Holikamp. Ronald W. 508 
Holtzapple, Larry A. 571 
Holizclaw. Elizabeth 
Holzwarth, David T. 448 
Homan, Ann M. 
Homan, Mariellen 
HOMECOMING 88, 90. 91, 93 



Hook. Margaret A. 

Hooker. Jerry 

Hooker, Morgan 

Hooks, VondaG. 535 

Hooper, Johnny P 508 

Hoover. Debora L. 

Hoover, Debra L. 57] 

Hoover, Jana K. 571 

Hope, Charles W 

Hopes. Susan M. 

Hopes, Timothy A- 448 

Hopkins, Bonne J. 344, 356 

Hopkins. Charles L. 

Hopkins, Cynthia L 98, 340. 356. 

448 
Hopkins, Delphina485 
Hopkins, Donna B. 
Hopkins, Judy L. 
Hopper. Ralph E. 248 
Hopperton.Gary W. 448 
Hoppough. Jane E. 298, 508 
Hopson, Dianna S, 
Hopson, Mary R 



Horn 



eH. 



, Donald R. 
., Judy U 571 
i. Richard L. 
irnback, Lee A- 571 
., Donald J 
.. Mary A. W 
Hornyak. Michele M. 
Horseman, Bonita J. 
Horseman, Connie G. 493 
Horseman, Nelson D 
Horseman. Ronald W 



Horstman, Estella D. 
Horton. David E. 363 
Horton, Douglas M. 
Horton, Lynn T. 
Horton. Melissa W. 
Hoskins, Barbara A 
Hoskins, Betsy C 
Hoskins, Cecil 
Hoskins. Cindy L. 571 
Hoskins, Debra S. 493 
Hoskins. Donna L. 
Hoskins. Dwight S. 508 
Hoskins, Herbert H. 
Hoskins, James A- 508 
Hoskins, Janet C B 
Hoskins, Jesse 
Hoskins. Kathleen 
Hoskins, Lonnie 
Hoskins, Merle 535 
Hoskins. Michael L. 571 
Hoskins. Pamela G 340. 501 
Hoskins. Stanley C 
Hoskins. Willie J., Jr. 
Hoskinson, Barbara A 
Hott. Roger G. 248 
Hou ben. David A. 326.571 
Houben, Gary W. 
Houben, Kathryn S 
Houchens. Dwight C 
Houchin. Patricia K. 
Houchin. Thomas I. 
Houchin. William B. 
Houdeshell, Nancy K. 
Hounchell, Monte & 
Hounshell, Gail 
Hounshell, Jimmy D. 
Houp, Kenneth L. 
Houp. Pamela L. 251. 448 






Christie G 
DarreU E 535 
Dorothy S 

Ernest M 260 
JanM. 

Martha P 
Mary D. 
Ronald T 



622 Index and Directory 



Houser, Esther B. 328. 448 
Houston, Lee A. 571 
Houston, Sandra S. 
Houston, William O 
Houtz, Vernon D 448 
Hovious, Darrell N. 252, 448 
Howard, Bilhe J. 404 
Howard, Bonnie S. S. 485 
Howard, Carol A. 449 
Howard, Carol J 
Howard, Cary B. 



Howard, Donald V 



How 



, Eddie 



1.508 



Howard, Edn; 
Howard, Elizabeth A. 

Howard, Evelyn 
Howard, Frank B. 
Howard, Gary L. 
Howard, Glenda S. 
Howard, Glenna B 449 
Howard, Helen M 
Howard, Jack L 
Howard. James M. 
Howard, James T. 
Howard, Jeffrey B. 
Howard, Jennifer S. 
Howard. Jerry D. 
Howard, Jimmy R. 449 
Howard, Joseph A. 431 
Howard, Kaihy G A 
Howard. Keith R 
Howard, Kevin L 
Howard, Lonnie D. 
Howard, Mary S. 449 
Howard, Maurice E. 
Howard, Nadine E. 
Howard, Patricia A. 
Howard, Patricia A. 
Howard, Paula S. 344 
Howard, Pauline F. 449 
Howard, Phillip E. 
Howard. Thomas E, 
Howard, Vicki D. 
Howard, Victoria A. 
Howard, Victoria L. 
Howard, Walter B., Jr. 
Howard, William C. 
Howe, Cecilia A. 
Howell. Brenda K 
Howell, Byron E. 449 
Howell, Delmer 277 
HoweU, Harold V. 
Howell. Llewellyn 332 
Howell, MitziK. 
HoweU. Paul W. 
Howell, Pauline L 449 
Howell, Robert E 



, Willia 



lang. Allen M. 
lang, Mm Chi 435 
lang, Shih Tung 485 



ird. Gro< 
ird. Lam 



Hubbard, Mary S. 366, 535 
Hubbard, Ronnie L. 
Hubbard, Scott H.. Jr 
Huber. Lorona T. 
Huber. Mary W. 
Huber. Rox A 571 
Huber, Stephen L. 

Huckaby.TimP 282.400, 508 
Huckins, Trudy E. 340, 571 
Huddleston, Donald K. 407 
Huddy. John J. 387. ' 



Hud;. 



rR, Jr 



Hudson. Donna S. 535 
Hudson, Kenneth 
Hudson, Lewis 
Hudson, Mark D. 270, 508 



Huenefeld, Kathleen 
Huesman, Norma J. 
Huff. Henry C, Jr. 
Huff, James E. 
Huff, Lyle K 
Huff, Millard R 
Huff, Terry C. P 
Huff, Thomas M. 
Huff, Victory F., Jr. 337 
Huffman, Carolyn R. 
Huffman, Cathy L. 
Huffman. Deborah A. 571 
Huffman, Durward W. 
Huffman, Eric F. 
Huffman, Florence S. 535 
Huffman. Gary G 
Huffman, Jean A- 332, 508 
Huffman, Mary E. 
Huffman. Patrick O. 
Huffman. Ramona E. 
Huffman. Robert N. 
Huffman, Terry L 
Hughes, Arthur A. 449 
Hughes, Brenda C. 326 
Hughes, Brenda L. 
Hughes, Charles A. 
Hughes, Charles M. 
Hughes, Darrell L 
Hughes, David 1. 
Hughes, David L. 326, 485 
Hughes, Jacky R. 
Hughes, James D. 535 



Hughes, James T. 

Hughes, John B. 279 

Hughes. John D. 

Hughes, Marion R. 

Hughes, Mary P. S 

Hughes, Otto L. 

Hughes, Pearl J 

Hughes, Phyllis C 

Hughes, Richard A, 

Hughes, Richard P 485 

Hughes, Robert C 

Hughes, Sharon D 554.571 

Hughes, Tonda L. 493 

Hughes, Victoria L. 449 

Hughes, Will .am C.R. 

Hughes, William L. 23) . 240, 355 

Hughlett, Daniel J. 571 

Hughleti. Kathryn L 243,449 

Huguely, Frances L G. 

Huguely, Garnetl S. 

Huguely, Gary L. 

Huguely, Margaret S. H. 

Huhn, Rachel C. S. 

Hulak, Patricia A. 

Hulelte. Lesa K. 535 

Hull, Gregory R. 571 



Hub, R. Kenneth 

Huls, Robin L. 

Humble, Teresa E. 398, 571 

Humble, William R. 

Hume, David E 

Hume, Mary E. 296, 



508 



Hume, Walter A. 
Hummel. Holly J. 
Hummel, Pari C 485 
Humphrey, Mary C. 
Humphreys, Chris H. 
Humphries, Mary H. 
Humphries, Teresa G. 571 
Hundley, James S. 449 
Hundley, John D 
Hundley, Nancy K. 300, 344 
Hundley, Robert D 
Hundley, Ronald W. 
Hungarland, Nancy A. 
Hungate, Marvin L., Jr 
Hungler, Michael L. 
Hunley, Eugene 

Hunt, Brenda D. 449 
Hunt, Carolyn W. 535 
Hunt, Charles D. 
Hunt. Elizabeth P. 
Hunt. Frances E. 449 
Hunt, Janet L 508 
Hunt, Judy C. 508 
Hunt, Mary A 
Hunt, Mary T. 
Hunt, Rex L. 
Hunt, Ronald E. 



Hum 



IK. 



Hum, Virginia L 

Hunter, Ann M. 

Hunter. JereD 

Hunter, Johnnie M 181.358, 508 

Hunter, Marilyn K 

Hunter, Mary S. 344 

Hunter, Michelle 385 

Hunter, Ronald C 

Hunter. Ross A. 536 

Hunter, Thomas 

Hurak. Thomas J. 449 

Hurley, Steven L. 228. 449 

Hurst, Deama S. 

Hurst. James 

Hurt. Darrell L. 571 

Hurt, Joan 

Huskey, Michael R. 

Huskisson, Martha A. 536 

Hussmg, Robert B 

Hussung, Sharon A. 

Husted, Mary L. 330, 360, 508 

Hutchins. Rose M. 

Hutchinson, Jack T. 

Hutchinson, Joni K. 571 

Hutchison, C Joe 

Hutton, Daniel E. 

Hutton, Mabel B. 



Huit 



i, Mai 



Hutton, Patricia C. 571 
Hutton, R. Eileen 
Hwang. Hai 391, 485 
Hyatt, Anthony W. 
Hyait, Robin L. 571 
Hylton, Johnnie D- 571 
Hylton. MarjorieG. 
Hymer, Regenia F. 
Hynes, John D. 
Hysinger, Douglas O. 
Hysinger, E Mary Jane 

— I — 

miello, Anthony R 
■1, Billy J„ Jr. 
, Helen T 536 
rd, Tim C. 
INDEX AND DIRECTORY 61 1 
Ingham, Loyd M 
Ingles, Linda F 

i. Harriet M. 
Ingram. Randall G. 
Ingram. Ronald G. 
Ingram, Steven R. 
n, Larry W 571 
n, Teresa L. 
, MaryN 536 
.. Michael A. 248. 449 
i, Robert 253 

(umnerd, Tanom 391 
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 368 
INTERIOR DESIGN CLUB 41 1 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 391 
1NTERMURAL ACTION 306 

•rafale, Numeriano 

>, John J. 



ey, RocD 

ons, BethO 
vin, Malcolm P. 536 
vin. Marguerite 392, 393 
win, Gregory M 242, 536 
win. Jeffrey L 
aac, Deborah K. 
aacs, Arnold C 
aacs, Carol A. 340 
Isaacs, Douglas G. 571 



, Karen G 

;, Marilyn R 249 

Isaacs, Michael E. 
cs, Nannie L. 
cs, Nolan E 
cs, Steven D. 449 

, Deborah L. 



enJi ■■ 



.vid J. 



VickiC. 571 
Ishmael, Donald L 260 
Ising, Kelly M 571 
Ison, Austin H 

i, Barbara A. 536 

i, Debbie 351 
Ison. Donald E 

i, EarlD., Jr 449 
Ison, Gary L. 

m. Jack 260 
Ison, Michael D 

, Ralph E 
Ison, Sheila A. 536 

I, Thomas W 

i, Valerie E. 571 
Ison, Vickie R. 449 



-J- 



Jaona, Brenda S. 571 
Jackson, Ann S. 571 
Jackson. Betty D 245, 449 
Jackson. Brenda K. 572 
Jackson, Charles W , Jr 
Jackson, Cora E 572 
Jackson, David C 
Jackson, David M 508 
Jackson, Donna S. 
Jackson, Douglas H 
Jackson, George D 349, 368. ■ 
Jackson, James A. 
Jackson. John T, 
Jackson, Kenneth T. 
Jackson, Kennith W. 536 
Jackson, Margaret H. 
Jackson, Margie A. 
Jackson, Martha A. 572 
Jackson, Merwyn L. 
Jackson, Ronald W. 
Jackson, Ronnie C. 
Jackson, Sallie 572 
Jackson, Shandra K. 96. 508 
Jackson, Sharon A. 
Jackson, Stephen F. 
Jackson. Steven C 449 
Jackson. Victoria S. 536 
Jackson, Virginia S. 
Jackson, William M. 
Jacob, JohnQ 
Jacobs. Audeen P 
Jacobs, Deborah R 449 
Jacobs. Elizabeth A. 
Jacobs, Fritz F 
Jacobs, James B 
Jacobs, Susan E. 508 
James, Bryan K. 279. 485 
James, Evelyn D 
James. Frederick A. II 



Jam 



;, John D.. Jr. 



James. Uoyd M 449 

James. Michael A 326, 536 

James, Patricia A. 242, 536 

James, Roberta A. 572 

James, Theresa G 

James, William M 

Jancko, Robert D. 

Jared.Phaiip L, 390, 449 

Jarins, Tom 279 

Jarman, Michael L. 

Jarrett, Charles W . Jr. 248, 450 

Jarvis, Jesse F 

Jarvis, Kenneth M 

Jarvis, Melodie R. 

Jarvis, Virginia C. 

Jasper, Donald L. 572 

Jasper, Robert B., Jr. 

Jasper, Robert S 

Jasper, Sharon A 

Javins. Tom M 

Jayne. Thomas E. 

Jaynes, Wanda M. 485 

Jeffers, Jo A. 232, 351,369, 



Jeffers, Sally N 409,450 
Jefferson, Robert A, 
Jefferson. William G. 
Jeffries, Daphne R. 
Jeffries, Elizabeth L. 
Jeffries, Joseph E. 
Jeffries. Marilyn M. 
Jeffries, Merry J, 508 
Jeffries. Nathan 
Jeffries. Neleta M. 
Jenkins, James R. 
Jenkins, Jerome C. 
Jenkins, Rebecca C. 385, 572 
Jenkins, Steven W. 572 
Jenkins. Sue W 
Jenkins, William J. 
Jennings, Margaret A. 
Jennings, Marion W. 
Jennings, Myrene 247 
Jennings. Vickie F. 508 
Jensen. Martha S. 508 



Jern 


ga 


, Cathy L. 536 


Jen, Amy P. 




Jen, Helen L 


Jewell, D Randall 364 


Jewell, Amos 


Jimison. Mary B. 397 


Jinks, Virginia N. 252, 397 


Jobe, Janet S. 


Jody, Cathy 


Jody, Rebecca S. 


Johanboeke, Janet K. 


Johanboeke, Vickie S 536 


Johns, George G 


Johns, Georgia A 572 


Johns, Judy K. 450 


Johnson, Allen K 


Johnson 


Alhene M. 


Johnson 


Bartholomew J 450 


Johnson 


Benjamin C 364 




Bernice D. 


Johnsor 


Betty L- 


Johnson 


Blanche M. 




Bradley E 450 


Johnson 


Bruce O. 


Johnson 


Burt 407 


Johnson 


Carol A. 


Johnson 


Carroll D 


Johnson 


Charles D, 


Johnson 


Charles F 450 


Johnson 


Charles G. 


Johnson 


Charlotte D. 


Johnson 


Clayton M 485 


Johnson 


Danny P. 


Johnson 


David D 327 


Johnson 


David G 


Johnson 


David R 


JohriSi-ir 


Dewey L. 


Johnson 


Dewey W 


Johnson 


Dana L 404, 536 


Johnson 


Donna M. 


Johnson 


Doris M. 


Johnson 


Dwayne A 


Johnson 


Frank D 


Johnson 




Johnson 


Helen 508 


Johnson 


Homer E 


Johnson 


Ishmeal E 


Johnson 


James E 295 


Johnson 


James V 572 


J..,hmor 


Janet S 536 


Johnson 


Jewell J. 


Johnson 


Joe R, III 


Johnson 




Johnson 


Joyce A. 


Johnson 


Judith L R 450 


Johnson 




Johnson 


Judy G. C. 


Johnson 


Karen J, 572 


Johnson 


Kay A. 230,450 


Johnson 


Keen D 


Johnson 




Johnson 


Uoyd E. 


Johnson 


Luther M. 


Johnson 


Marsha D 


Johnson 




Johnson 


Michael L. 


Johnson 


Michael W 572 


Johnson 


Mike E, 


Johnson 


Oscar W. 


Johnson 


Patricia A 






Johnson 


Paula J. 


Johnson 


Phil 


Johnson 


Ralph V. 450 


Johnson 


Randy T. 


Johnson 


Richard D 


Johnson 


Stephen T 


Johnson 


SueS. 


Johnson 


Terrence A. 


Johnson 


Terry L. 353, 493 


Johnson 


Virginia A 572 


Johnson 


Virginia J 


Johnson 


Wanda C 572 


Johnson 


William E. 


Johnson 


Winnie S. 249,450 


Johnson 


Worley, Jr. 508 


Johnson 


YvetteA. 328. 450 




MarkK 


Johnston 


Michael H 


Johnston 


Robert W 


Johnston 


Ruth 450 


Johnstone, Mary A. 


Joines, Henry B 


Jolly. Anna E 536 


Jolly 


Dwan R 




Adda G. 




Alexis A D. 




AlmaT. 




Anthony 








Beverly J. 536 




Brian C 




Carol A. 


Jones 


Catherine C 340. 392. 508 




Daniel E. 




Daniel F. 592 


Jones 


David C 


J me 


David E. 508 




Debbie 572 


Ji ne 


Deborah L. 332 




Deborah S 536 


Jones 


Diana R. 




DianneC. 238, 243, 252, 


45 




J. nes 


DianneS. S. 230, 299 




Donald L. 346, 450 




Donna L. 


Jones 


Easter 536 


Jones 


Edna L, 






Jones 


Ethel O. 




Evan A. 




Everett D. 




Freeda G. 508 


Jones 


Gary L. 450 




Gary R. 




George R. 


Jones 


Gv 


endolyn A 450 



Jones, Harry T. 450 
Jones, Harvey J. 260, 265 
tones, Helen 
Jones, H < <■ t 

Jones, Hubert C. Jr. 

Jones, Hugh A. 450 

Jones, James L 

. ; '■■>■■■ .'.]!■■■■ :.: 

Jones, Janey L 389. 410. 572 

Jones, John D., Jr. 

Jones, John E. 

Jones, John F. 

Jones, Johnnie G 

Jones, Joseph R., Jr 

Jones, Joyce E. 



Jones, Leda L 

Jones, Linda A 250, 450 

Jones, Lois 

Jones, Lois C. 

Jones, Mark K 260 

Jones, Marsha R 

Jones, Marvin E 485 

Jones, Mona R. 

Jones, OrvaJ O 

Jones, Patricia H, 572 

Jones, Paul E. 

Jones, Peggy L 

Jones, Robert S. 

Jones. Robyn L 572 

Jones. Rodney T 



Jones, Roy 
Jones, Russell, Jr 
Jones. Sanford 406 
Jones, Sarah L 



J ■.. 



. HI 



Jones, Shirley A. 508 

Jones, Susan E 

Jones, Teresa G. 

Jones, Timothy D. 

Jones, Vernon N. 

Jones, Veronica 

Jones; Ventrees B 

Jones. Vickj R 

Jones. Vickie R 300.572 

Jones, Will .am D 

Jones, Yvonne M 

Jordan, Anna F 450 

Jordan, Barry L 

Jordan, Christa S, 

Jordan, Martha A 485 

Jordan, Michael 

Joseph, Christine 

Judge, Greg A 

Judge. Patricia M. 406. 4S0 

Judson, Joseph A.. Jr- 536 

Judy. Gerald D. 

Judy. Jane A. 

Juett. James C. 

Jump, Marie B 

Jungkurth. Randy L. 277. 50f 

JUNIOR CLASS 498 

Junod. Barbara J 

Jupin. Lawrence R. 450 

Jurek, Elizabeth J. 250,450 

Jurek. Margaret A. 

Jury, Henry S, 

Jury, John D 

Justice, Billy R. 

Justice. Charlene 508 

Justice, Chester, Jr. 450 

Justice, Doris H. 

Justics, Gatha R 

Justice, James C. Jr. 572 



Justice. Phillip C 
Justics. Stephen D. 
Justice, Steven L. 



Kackley, Kathy A 572 
Kadlec. Anna K 
Kaenzig, Stephen E 
Kaenzig, Vickie L 536 



Kale, Edwin T. 
Kalla, Munir 
Kalmey, Janet F 
Kalmey. Joyce A 
Kambarami, Sharpie T 536 
Kamenetzky. Esther F. 



Ki- 



::. ,! 



Kandle, Kirk M. 
Kane, Connie J. 100, 385. 508 
Kane, Philip N 
Kanter, John H. 
Kaplan, Virginia G. 450 
Kapp, Jerry H. 
KAPPA ALPHA 347 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI 377 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 345 
KAPPA DELTA 341 
KAPPA DELTA PI 245 
KAPPA DELTA TAU 380 
KAPPA IOTA EPSILON 242 
Kareth, Karen E, 450 
Kanmi. Shila A. 404. 592 
Karlstrom. Karl G. 
Karr, Mary H 326, 508 



Kan 



;.-,. 



Kash. Vickj L. 
Katanik. Jacqqueline 
Kates, Margaret J. 
Kathtina, James W. 
Kaufman, Martha K. 
Kaufman, Nancy C. 326, 508 
Kaufman. Philip R. 536 
Kavanaugh, Donna F. 
Kavanaugh, Stephen D, 
Kavanaugh, Sylvia A. 
Kavanaugh. William L 



Index and Director} 623 



Kay lor. Dan E 
Kays, Connie S 509 
Kays, Daniel T 509 
Kays, Jerry D. 
Kays, Joseph L. 450 
Keal, Renard R. 
Kearney. Alice J 
Kearns. Phillip W. 509 
Kearns, Shirley 
Keathley, Suzanne 
Keating. Dale F 
Keck. Jo Ann M. 
Keck, Marian C 572 
Keding, Elaine M. 451 
Keeling. James L. 572 
Keeling, Maryetta C. 
Keeling, Pamela K 509 
Keen, Barbara A. 572 
Keen. Edna B 
Keen, Kenneth 231, 400 
Keen, Purl K. 451 
Keene, Dorothy L 
Keene, Elizabeth A. 485 
Keene, Mary T 572 
Keene. Rebecca L. 4S5 
Keene, Theresa 351 
Keene. William P 572 
Keenon. Ange L 



Keeton, John R 
Keith. Colleen K. 
Keith. Floretta E. 
Keith, Joan E. 
Keith, John M. 160 
Keith, Judy G. 

Keith, Leonard J 

Keith. NadleF 

Keilh. Stephen C 

Keith. Sue 203 

Kelien. Debra J. 

Kellar. John W..Jr. 

Keller, Carl J 

Keller, Charles A. 

Keller, James R. Jr. 306.363 

Keller, John B., Jr 485 

Keller. Marsha E. K 451 

Keller, Ruby A. 572 

Kelley, Barbara D. 

Kelley D >nald W 

Kelley. Jack 

Kelley. James E 

Kelley, James R 

Kelley. Jane R. 485 

Kelley. Jerome R. 260 

Kelley. Jo A 

Kelley. John M. 

Kelley. Larry S. 401 

Kelley. Lawrence L 

Kelley. Patricia G 

Kelley, Patrick A. 493 

Kelley, Robert W. 451 

Kelley, Robyn L. 

Kelley, Sarah K. 451 

Kelley, Willis H. 

Kelly. Coleen M. 340 

Kelly. Daniel F 509 

Kelly. Deborah J 572 

Kelly. Edith B. 

Kelly. Henry 

Kelly, James, Jr. 

Kelly. Jeffrey W. 



Kelly, Karen L. 
Kelly. Karen S 326,536 
Kelly. Lawrence L 536 
Kelly, Mary M. 
Kelly, Michael E 358,390 
Kelly. Oil le 
Kelly. Ralph E. 
Kelly, Roosevelt 260 
Kelly. Sharon C 
Kelly. Susan L. 
Kelly. Vicki L. 
Kelsch.PaulaA. 572 
Kelsey, Lisa B. 493 
Kelso, Cynthia A. 451 
Kelmer. Beverly S 
Keltner. Elizabeth M. 
Kelio, Vivian I. 509 
Kelton.JeffO. 
Kemble, Margaret K 509 
Kemo. Kim L. 346, 572 
Kemp, Jacquelyn D 
Kemper. Debra C. 
Kemper. Mary A. 388. 458 
Kendall, Ritchie H 
Kendle, Cynthia A 
Kendrick, Amy G. 536 
Kendrick, Maxine 
Kendrick. Roberta G. 
Kendrick. William, Jr. 
Keneipp, Susan L 
Kennedy, Cheryl D 
Kennedy, Donna E 332, 360 
Kennedy, Frances F 409, 509 
Kennedy, Franklin M 260 
Kennedy, Glenda J, 
Kennedy. Patricia S. 328,451 
Kennedy, Teresa J. 451 
Kennedy, Virginia K. R 
Kennison, Brian 
Kenny, Susan L 351 
Keni, James A. 248 
Kephart. Suzanne D. 
Kerbaugh. Glyn D , Jr 346 
Kerns. Tommy W 
Kersey, David J. 
Kersey, Michael W, 
Kesner, Vonda L- 
Kessinger. Claudette 572 
Kessinger, Mark E 
Kessler. Donna L. 572 
Kessler, Nancy J 303 
Ketron, Frank L. 
Ketug. Judy G. 572 
Key, ClarenceS 509 



Keys, Helen G. 351.572 

Kibbey, Linda F 340,509 

Kibler, Barbara H. 298. 305, 536 

Kice. Mary K. 411.572 

Kidd. Gloria J 509 

Kidd, HildrethC 

Kidd, Howard K. 

Kidd. Jackie L. 360. 366 

Kidd. Roy L. 260 

Kidd. Sharyan L 

Kidd. Sherrye A 536 

Kidd, Tanya M 

Kidd, Vicki L, 

Kiddoo, Pamela S. 332, 369 

Kidney, Kathleen M. 

Kidney, Moira J. 

Kidwell, EIlaM 330.536 

Kidwell. Herman W 

Kiefer, David T 360 

Ktlburn, Louann 451 

Kilgore. Joyce K 408.451 

Kilgore. William W 572 

Killam, Debra A. 330 

Killen, Candy K 385 

Killen. Judith A. 451 

Killion. Bradley E. 

Killman,Billye397. 509 



Ki.-- 



B :■■; 



Kimball. Gal L 389.451 
Kimball, Spencer W 
Kimberling, Stephen G 
Kimbler. Delaine M 
Kimbrough, Clarence 
Kimbrough. Phyllis L. 
Kincaid. Ernest D , Jr 
Kincaid, Harold F 451 
Kinder, Carolyn A. 
Kinder, George A. 364 
Kindler. Thomas 391, 421 
Kindred, Ann C 
Kinduell, Timothy R. 260 
Kiner, Howard J. 
King. AnnbruceG 452 
King. Betty D 
King. Brenda J. 572 
King, Connie R 
King, Daniel. Ill 
King, Deborah K 
King. Donna J 572 
King. Dons H 
King, Ethel M. 
King. Glyndon E 493 
King, James C 
King, Janice H 
King, Jewetene B 
King, Joseph C 509 
King, Karen S 212.452 
King, Kathleen E 509 
King, Lawerence W 
King, Margaret L 
King. Mary S 
King. Mitchell W 
King. Ralph E 
King. Randall R 
King. Samuel E 
King, Shirley R 
King, Stephen T 
King, Susan A. 572 
King. Vicki B 536 
King, Vickie M 
King, Vicky L. 
King, Vinada M 240. 509 
King. WUlard, Jr. 
Kingsolver, AnneC 
Kinkton. Richard L. 
Kinley, Joyce D. 573 
Kinman, Barney H 
Kinman. Benjamin T. 452 
Kinman, Connie F, 326, 536 
Kinman, Michael L. 355 
Kinnaird, James E- 
Kinnaird, Patricia B. 
Kinnetz. Eugene J 
Kinnetz. Peggy L. 
Kinney. Andre 337, 452 
Kinney, Martha S 



K:r 






408.452 
Kinsolving, George B 
Kinsolving. Lucien L 452 
Kiracofe, Gregory A 260 
Kirby. Bruce E 
Kirby. Bryan W. 
Kirby, Fred W 
Kirby, Mary C 
Kirby, Robert E. Ill 
Kirby. Tony T 363.509 
Kirchheiner, Darlene 509 
Kirchhoff. FredJ.Jr 
Kirchner. Clarence C. 452 
Kirchner, Kitty L- 573 
Kirchner, Peter M. 536 
Kirk, Deborah J 
Kirk. Jerry M. 536 
Kirk. John B. 
Kirk. Ken E 509 
Kirkendall. Michael W 573 
Kirkland, James D 
Kirkland, Susan G 573 
Kirkpatnck, Betty C. 
Kirkpatrick. Teresa M 366 
Kirkpatrick, Terry W. 
Kirksey, Larry 
Kirsey. Dave 320 
Kirsch, JohnN 
Kiser, Enc P 452 
Kiser, Gary A 
Kiser. Jefferson G 452 
Kiser. Maxwell D 
Kish. Mary F. 
Kishpaugh, Edith H 



Kjelby. David S 573 

Klas, Sister Joannes 

Kleckner. Karen D. 

Kleckner, Melvin V. 452 

Klein, Alan J. 

Klein, Amelia J. 

Klein, Dennis M. 452 

Klein. Suzanne E 242, 536 

Klein, Theresa A. 

KJeme, Glen 244 

Kleine, Mike 339 

Klemjan, MarleneA. 

Kleintank. Lou A. 

Klensch, Mary B 573 

Kline. Carolynn A. 

Kline, Luann 509 

Klingstein, Donald O. 536 

Kloenne, Vicki A 

Klopfer. Mike 356 

Klotz, Stephen T 573 

Knabel, Michael L 

Knabel, Michael L 

Knapp. Judy A. 

Knapp, Robin B 

Knapp. William F. 452 

Knarr, Emma C Kneisel, Linda L 

Kniffley. Arthur W 

Kmfley, Susan H. 389, 396, 509 

Knight. Cynthia I. 252 

Knight, Joe F., Jr 364 

Knight, John W 

Knight, Patricia A 

Knight, Patricia C. 493 

Knight, Robert W 452 

Krught, Susan G 

Knight, Thomas H 364 

Knight. Thomas M. 

Knipple, Janet M. 366,452 

Knoeffler, Dennis J. 485 

Knowles. Wanda L 

Knox. Tern G. 

Knuckles, Susan F. 

Knuehl.J Thomas 

Knuehl. Marietta 509 

Koehler, Nancy D. 573 

Koenig, Phillip D. 197, 413, 534. 

537 
Koenigstein. Deborah 
Koemgstem. Philip R 242. 360 
Koenigstein, Robert L. 
Koeninger. Dave M. 383, 509 
Koger, David B 
Kogerma, Viktor S 
Kohl. James J. 
Kohl, Patricia A 452 
Kohler, Kelly L, 537 
Kohls, Deborah A. 537 
Kok. Barbara D 302.452 



Kok. 1 



:^0 



Kok. Mary B. 299, 301 
Kolb. Craig S. 537 
Kolesar, Karen L 298 
Koller. Beverly A 573 
Kolloff. FredC 
Kolloff , Margaret B. 



Komara.JamesA 
Kongfoo, Unchalee 391, 485 
Konkol, Nancy E 
Koontz, Herman B 413, 573 
Kopp, Garry W. 204 
Kopp, Louis W 
Kopp, Margaret E 509 
Korade.KarlJ 294 
Korb. Thomas R 
Kotch, Sis Ann J 
Kotheimer. David A. 
Kotheimer, Pamela A 573 
Koury, Louise A. 573 
Kowatch, Mary E. 537 
Kozacik, John J , Jr. 
Kozel, Beth A. 493 
Kraemer. Mary C 573 
Krahenbuhl. Jennings 
Kramer, John A. 355, 452 
Kramer, Michael D. 
Kraner. Benton E. 537 
Kranz. Karen E 344 
Krauchick, Stephen F 
Kraus. Bruce F 537 
Kraus. Steven P 
Krause, Kimberly A. 573 
Krauth. Linda S. 247, 452 
Krautwater, Kathryn A. 
Krawiec, Claire K. 340 
Krekeler.Kay A 
Kremer, Elaine M 573 
Kremer, Kenneth J 
Kretman, Winthrop H 573 
Knvda, Stephen J. 573 
Kroehler, Loretta S. 
Kroehler. Stephen F. 
Krueger, Daniel W 248. 509 
Krueger, Timothy D. 573 
Krupit.Paul A 
Kubale, Cordelia A. 
Kuhens, Kevin B 
Kuhn, Catherine D. 573 
Kuhn. Donald A 260 
Kuhn, Gregory A, 260 
Kuhn. Karl 200 
Kuhn. Kenneth L 
Kuhnhein. Garth A, 279 
Kuhni, Pamela A 220, 575 
Kulp, Helen J. 
Kulp. Russell P. 
Kunsman, Lawrence 573 
Kunz, Timothy J 
Kunzman. Lawrence K 
Kupel. Wanda K. 510 
Kupper. Mark E. 510 
Kurk, Gary A. 537 
Kurlish, Dennis B. 
Kurtz, Timothy S. 
Kusen. Thomas M. 
Kuss. Philip D 
Kustes. Jeff W 
Kutnansky, Frank, Jr 



Kuykendall, Philip A 

— L— 

Labiosa, Pamela L 
Ucaden.Lenetta4S2 
Lackey, Elizabeth D 452 
Lackey, Javena A. C 
Lackey. John F. 
Lackey. Kathleen F. 
Lacy, SherreH. 592 
Ladd. Mary L. 382. 573 
Ladenburger, Donna Le 
Ladenburger. Jeanette 
LaFavers. Michael J. 
Lafavers, Ronna K 
Lafever, Michael M. 
Lafollette. Rhonda F 510 
Lafountain, Patricia 
Lagassee. Barbara J. 
Lai. Taichu 
Lainhart, Deborah C 



Lake. Jo A. 
Lake. Nancy D. 
Uke, Scarlets. 301 
Lakes, Larry S. 
Lakes, Polly G. 
Lalley. Kimberly A 537 
Lam, Winghay 391. 



eJ. 537 

Lamarr. Janice C. 

Lamb, Darryl R. 

Lamb. Jerry G 452 

LAMBDA SIGMA OMICRON 409 



; : 



Lambert. Larry A. 
Lambert, P Jul V; 419 
Lambert, Thomas L. 452 
Lamka. Debra J 366. 392. 537 
Lamkin. Beth A. 583. 510 
Lammers. John B. 296. 574 
Lamping, Gregory A. 310. 574 
Lancaster. Dwight L 354.391.510 
Lancaster. Robert L 537 

Land! Reeta K 366 

Land, Thomas R 

Landis, Peter H. 

Landis, Robert L 260 

Landrelh. Mina A. B 

Landrum, Raymond K. 251.402 

Landsaw. Margaret S 

Lane, Danny G. 326, 537 

Lane, Dennis L. 

Lane. Ellen 574 

Lane, Elmer E 

Lane, Jackie L 

Lane, Joyce A 

Lane. Karen A. 382, 510 

Lane, Kathy K. 99, 326 

Lane. Kenneth D 452 

Lane. Mary H. R 

Lane. Prisciila A. 

Lane, Stephen C. 

Lane. Suzanne C 485 

Lanfersiek, Gregg A. 537 

Lang. Judith M. 251.413, 510 

Lang, Mary E 574 

Langdon. Deborah A. 337. 366, 510 

Langdon. Sylvia 510 

Lange. Frank B 279 

Langford, Robbie C 

Langhorst, Robyn R. 574 

Langley. Mona G. 557 

Langman, Regina B 

Langstaff, Janie L 384. 510 

Lanqston. Howard V. 

Lanham, Debra L. 332. 537 

Lanham. Samuel K 

Lanham, Timothy J. 356. 452 

Lanier, John R. 229,251.337, 

368, 452 
Lanier. Paul W. 452 
Lankford, Ann C. 
Lankheit, Vivian L 510 
Laporta, Robert P 
Larkins. Michael E. 337.510 

Larue, Jacqueline B 
Lash, Charles E. 
Lashley. Yvonne E 

Lasure. Ralph C 
Latimer. James C 
Latham, Harold 204 
Lato, Sally J 510 
Lau.ChekB 510 
Laubenthat. Gary D 
Laumann. Gregory C 
Lauyans, Frank G , Jr. 574 
Laverne, Lari 337 
Lawfer, Joseph M- 453 
Lawhorn, Darcel L. 557 
Lawrence, Chester B 
Lawrence. Connie L 382,537 
Lawrence, Rose M. 
Lawson, Alvin N 
Lawson, Alycea K 
Lawson, Carl E , Jr 
Lawson, Cathy B 
Lawson, Clarence M 
Lawson, David R. 
Lawson, Debra K 574 
Lawson, Harry B. 
Lawson, James E. 
Lawson, JohnC, III 
Lawson. John C , Jr 
Lawson, Karen J. 
Lawson, Lynette E. 574 
Lawson, Michael 356 
Lawson, Nancy F. 574 
Lawson. Nedra S. 
Lawson. Patricia B 
Lawson, Stanley G 
Lawson. Suevella S 



Lawson! Teresa W. 510 

Lawson. Vicki J. 

Lawson, William A, 

Lay, Dixie 537 

Lay. Lois A. 588. 510 

Lay. Wayne D. 

Layman. Stephen B. 

Layne. Bert 

Layne. Freda L. 388. 453 

Layne, James D. 

Layne. Vuda R. M 

Layne. Waynette 453 

Lay ton, Anne W. 

Layton, Kathleen S. 537 

Lazar. Judith E 

Leach. James P. 453 

Leach, Jerry D. 

Leach, Joan 406 

Leach, JohnS. 510 

Leach. Judy CD. 

Leach. Michael D, 

Leach. Patricia A. 557 

Leaf, Carolyn M. 

Leake. Barry B 

Leake. Joseph C 

Leake. Patricia L. 557 

Leaman, James S. 

Lear. Daniel T 

Lear. Kenton 

Leary, Larry L. 

Lease, Michael L. 555, 537 

Leather, Terrena F. 

Leather, Thomas E. 574 

Leathers. Donald R.. Jr. 453 

Leathers. Mary J. 453 

Leber, Jerry L. 

Lechman. Donna 389 

Lecompte. Jacquelyn A. 

Lecompte, Jean K. 510 

Ledford, Brack C 

Ledford. Richard E 

Ledford. Susan D. R. 

Lee. Bobby T 574 

Lee, Brenda K. 537 

Lee. Catherine J 

Lee, Charles M. 

Lee, Donald S. 

Lee, Eleanor C 

Lee. Elizabeth A. B. 

Lee. James 201 

Lee. James A.. Jr. 

Lee. Jane A. 

Lee. Janice R 

Lee. Mary C 

Lee. Norma L. 

Lee. Robert E. 

Lee, Susan M. 321.510 

Lee. Sylvia C. 

Leedy, William E , Jr. 

Leet, Donna J. 

Lefebvre, Marvin E, 

Lefevers, Arthur. Jr. 385 

Lefevers. Ricky 

Lefferson, Diane K. 

Leffler, Charles D 

Leffler. Gilbert R. 387. 485 

Legel. Daniel J 337 

Legel, David A. 

Legel, Patrick L. 

Leger. Mary L- 

Leger. Robert E 

Legere. Karen A. 574 

Lehman. Gertmde A 537 

Lehman. Robert G. 574 
Lehmann. Velma K 299. 501. 574 
Leib. Susan L 
Leibrock. Sandra G. 574 
Leidolf, Erwin A 

Leienberger, Linda K 558 

Leigh, Anna L 

Leigh, Janet D 530 

Leisinger. Mary L. 544. 574 

Leitch. JerUyn A. 493 

Leitch, Lynn 413 

Lemaster, Gerald L. 

Lemaster. Rebekah R 

Lemons, Connie F. 

Len, 407 

Lenahan, Thomas W 

Lenberger, Sherri L. 382 

Lengel. Steve C 

Lennart. Adnenne H 510 

Lennon, Susan A. 

Lenox, Robert M. 

Lentz, Patricia C 

LenU. Steven F 

Leonard. Barbara A. 

Leonard. Melissa A. 

Leonhardt, Ronald P 292. 538 

Lepera, Joanne 330. 574 

Leslie, Bennett L 

Leslie. Darrell K. 

Leslie. Don R. 260 

Leslie. Judith M. 453 

Lester. Denis C 

Lett, Michael K 346, 538 

Leuders. Shelley 366, 385 

Leung. Patrick K. 574 

Leung. Wing S. 558 

Leung, Yun F 

Lev alley, Anita L 530 

Levalley, Lisbeth K 530.455 

Lewallen. Carl L 453 
Lewis, Alia 
Lewis. Anita K 558 
Lewis, Beverly C 409. 453 
Lewis. Carolyn S 
Lewis. Charlie L. 
Lewis, Chester R 
Lewis. Clyde 174 
Lewis. Damita J 538 
Lewis, Deborah K 453 
Lewis, Delphi ia 
Lewis, Donald M. 



niM Index and Directory 



Lewis, Dorothy 

Lewis, Elizabeth A. 

Lewis, Gary D. 

Lewis, James M 

Lewis, Janice E, 

Lewis, Johnny 

Lewis, Karen 382 

Lewis, Loren G., Jr. 

Lewis, Margaret A. 574 

Lewis, OmmaL. H. 

Lewis, Ronald 

Lewis, Sheila D. 

Lewis, Tern L 

Lewis, Tessella 453 

Lewis. Wallace S. 

Lewis, William N., Ill 

Lewis. William W. 

Uchly, Daniel A. 278, 279 

Lickert, Frederick W 355,538 

Lickert, Ronald C. 

Lieber, Patricia L 

Lieser, Mary M. 351,385. 574 

Light, Dorothy R 

Ughtner, Sharon L. 538 

Lite, John B. 454 

Liles, Patricia L- 575 

Ullard, Martha L. 

Lilly, Barbara J. 

Linden. Kay L. 

Undon, Aha M 

Lindsey, Lesa F 538 

Lindsev. Marshall L. 

Unebach, Sandra E. 

Unebaugh, Marsya E. 575 

Lingo, Deborah C 

Linnean, William C. 

Linnenkohl. Karen A. 575 

Unnenkohl, Susan C. 510 

Linneweber, Tom C. 279. 389 

Unter, Jack 251 

Unville, Bruce S 

Unz. Vicki A. 522 

Lippert. Brenda J. 538 

Lipps, Leroy 387, 510 

Lipps, Ruby L 

Lisehora. Barbara L 298. 301, 538 

Lisehora, Patricia A 298, 301, 575 

Lisle. John T. 

Lisowski, Alan J 575 

Little, Bobby G 

LITTLE COLONELS DRILL TEAM 385 

Utile, Debra J. 538 

Little. Joyce A 

Little, Larry J 244 

Utile. Linda F. 

Little. N. Clayton 

Utile, Rebecca J 591 

Uttler, Linda S 575 

Utton, Donna C. 

Uttrel, Melody A 409, 510 

Uttrell, Charles B. 

Uttrell, James K. 

Uttrell, Phillip S. 

Uvers, Rita A. 538 

Uvingood, Coranna S. 575 
Livingston, Sheryl A. 
Uoyd, David W 
Uoyd, Donald J 253 
Uoyd, Pamela S. 
Lo, Buono Gregory A 
Lo. Yin L. 485 
Loah, Becky 396 
Loar, Brad G. 485 
Lobb, Lillian M 575 
Lober, Larry R 
Lock. John W 510 
Locker, Eddy D 575 
Lockett, Lanny E 
Lockridge, Nancy C. 493 
Loeffler, Donna B 
Loeffler. Joan E 
Loftin. Melissa C 454 
Logan, Donald K. 
Logan. Edward P. 
Logan, George H. 575 
Logan, VickiV 
Logsdon, Martin H 
Logsdon, Robert H 



Lohr, Caroline T. 
Lohr, Errul M 
Lohr, Luther S. 454 
Lohr, Richard C 337 
Lohr, Valerie J 382 
Lomax. Marilyn Y. 510 



.Mart 



,394 



Lonardo, Nancy J 592 
Lonergan, Barbara G H. 
Long, Ann C 
Long, Bettye M 
Long, Gary L. 
Long, Gary M. 454 

Long! Jefferson L. 
Long, Jennie M. 575 
Long, Kenneth J. 
Long, Larry W 
Long, Linda A. 
Long. Marilyn H 
Long. Michael T. 334 
Long, Nancy J. W 
Long, Nancy L 
Long, Richard D. 
Long, Sarah K W 
Long, Sharon K. 575 
Long, Stanley V" 



Lon< 



renC. 



Long, Sydney S. 538 
Long, Terry L 
Long, William H. 454 
Longoria, Noe A. 
Lonneman, George H 
Lonneman, Phyllis B 
Lorelte, Michelle L 340 
Losey. Cherry W. 
Losey. Philip H. 
Losh. Becky K 366.511 
Lott, Nancy E 575 
Loudermilk. Larry E. 
Love. Carolyn S 454 
Love. Lee A 
Loveday. John F 
Loveday, Laurel A. 538 
Loveday, Mary E 575 
Lovejoy, Vernon E. 
Lovelace, Jodie M 538 
Lovely, George A 454 
Lovely. Mary L 
Lovetl. Eddie L 
Lovett, Edith M 



r260 
i L. 575 



Lowe. Stephen F ■ 



.Jr. 



Lowe 

Lowhorn. Unda D 575 

Lowman, Debra J. 230, 575 

Lowman.Jo A. R. 90,239,455 

Lownsbury, Janie S. 575 

Lowry, Jerry D 

Loyd, Betty S 

Lozier, Janice F. 404 

Lozier, Mark D 575 

Lucas. Mabel M 



Luckett, Catherine M 
Luckett. Merry L. 575 
Luckey.KathyJ 575 
Lucky, Kitty J 538 
Lueders, Shelley J. 337.538 
Lumsden, Barbara E. 413, 45S 
Lunceford. George D 
Lundblad.DonE 
Lunsford, Loretta S 
Luntsford. David A 538 
Luster, Pamela M 

Lutkenhoff, Robert W 455 



Luts, Heino A 
Luttrell, Jimmy J 
Luttrell, Julia L 
Lutz, RobertS 538 
Lutz, Roger D 511 
Luy, Jack A. 
Luy, Marcia A 
Lyemance, Carolyn V 575 
Lykins, Debra L. 326. 575 
Lykins, James O 
Lyle, George W. 455 



Lyrr 



i.Jam 



Lynch, Chris 292 

Lynch, David W 

Lynch, Georgia K 289, 511 

Lynch, John R, 

Lynch. Judy 455 

Lynch, Michael J 244,419, 511 

Lynch, Pamela 

Lynch, Robert S, 

Lynch, Sharon A. M. 455 

Lynch, Steven M 

Lynch, Susan E 

Lynch, William C.Jr 455 

Lynch. William J 

Lynn, Gary L. 

Lynn, Lorelte M 538 

Lynn, Patricia K. 

Lyon, Joe A. 486 

Lyon, Willis R 

Lyons, Anna A. 575 

Lyons, Earl B 

Lyons, Emma L 575 

Lyons, Garry L. 

Lyons, Jack L 

Lyons, Larry W 

Lyons, Sophia S 575 

Lyons, Violet M 409,455 

Lytle. Lawrence D 

Lyttle, Barbara A 575 

Lytlle, Gail L 486 

Lyttle, Lena K 575 

Lyvers, Francis D 

— M— 

Mabe, Michael L 

Macaulay, Phyllis A. 455 

Machal, Melvin W 

Mack, Anna M 

Mack, Elaine 455 

Mack, Kim A 353 

Mack, Wilma L 

Mackenzie, Deborah A 344 

Mackerley, Roberta R, 

Mackerley, Thomas W 455 

Mackey, Kip R. 

Mackey, Lee A 538 

Mackey, Mary G. 575 

Mackin, Michael D 455 

Macmillan, Nancy L 334 

Macmillan, Nancy L. 

Madden, Evelyn S. 406, 511 

Madden, James C. 349 

Madden. Linda S 

Madden, Viviane M 340. 538 

Maddox, Jackie J Y. 

Maddox, John M 

Madison, Lane E 575 

Madon. Vicki C 

Madras, John R. 413,575 

Madura. William R 

Maegly, Rebecca E 249. 538 

Maerkl. Denise R 538 

Maffett, Debbie L 575 

Maffett. MichaelS 575 

Magard, Karl A 

Magel. NmaM 575 

Magers. Jeffrey S 231.251.455 

Maggard. Barbara A 

Maggard, Consuella H 

Maggard, Judy C 

Maggard, Martha C 326, 575 

Magnno. Jonathan 539 

Mahan, Clarence S 

Mahoney, Timothy J 486 

Maiden, A Joan 

Mains, Patty L. 455 

Maines, Bob 368 

MAJORETTES 384 




Majors. Charles L. 


Martin, Hoy L 511 


Makofske, Marguerite 


Martin, James E 


Makomb. NitaC. 511 


Martin, James P 


Maley.Lynn A 382, 511 


Martin, Jeffrey J. 358, 456 


Mallette, Judith M 575 


Martin, Jerry W 


Malone, Michael D 260 


Martin, Jill W 539 


Malone. Ruthanne 575 


Martin, John R 


Maloney. Daniel G 276.277.511 


Martin, Joy L 326 


Maloney, Michael G 455 


Martin, Joyce 


Manakee. Ellen S. 


Martin, Judy F 


Manasse, RobertS 


Martin, Larry W. 


Manchrke;;, Alice W 479 


Martin, Lee G 346,456 


Mandell. Sharon L 


Marlin, Linda G. 


Mandell, Wayne A 


Martin, Martha J 


Mandt, Edward J. 


Martin. Martha S 


Mandt, Stephen A 356 


Martin, Mary E 


Maners, Rhonda E 539 


Marlin, Norman A , Jr 


Maners. Richard D 539 


Martin, Pamela L 


Manes, Robert D 364.455 


Martin, Robert L. 592 


Mangus, Charles T 277,358,575 


Martin, Robert R. 36,90. 160. 


Mangus, Lisa E 


163, 154. 164, 113 


Manifold, Melinda L 575 


Martin, Samuel S 576 


Mann. James M. 539 


Marlin, Sheryl S. 511 


Mann, James R 


Martin, Teresa A. 511 


Mann, Judy G 539 


Martin, Teresa K. 576 


Mann, M.irion K, M. 


Martin, Tern J. 326 


Mann. Mark D 363, 375 


Martin, Vicki L. 326,456 


Mann, Michael T 455 


Martinez. Julio C. 


Mann, Nancy A 


Martone. Joanne 


Mann, Ralph S 455 


Martz, Jeffrey R 364 


Mann, Rick E 407 


Marvin, Georgiann E 


Manning, Gail S 


Marzolf. Susan M. 


Manning, John L. 


Maschmeyer, Margaret A. 245,456 


Manning, Joseph T 511 


Maslanka, Susan D. 299. 539 


Manning, Linda S 455 


Mason, Evelyn M 


Manning, Richard H 


Mason, GayleE 389.413.511 


Manning, Tyrus 296 


Mason, George R . Ill 592 


Mansfield, Rebecca L 


Mason, Joyce E. 


Manz. Christopher W 


Mason, Judith E. 539 


Manz. Mary P 


Mason, Karen M. 194 


Maras, Robert R 


Mason, Margarel R 234.246.456 


March. Patricia A. 455 


Mason, Michael L 349, 456 


Marcum, Charlene455 


Mason, Richard L 293.456 


Marcum, Daryl D 337. 368, 51 1 


Mason. Robert E. 


Marcum, Dwayne 363 


Mason, Rosemary 576 


Marcum, Frank D 


Mason, Steven J 


Marcum, James C. 3e7 


Massengale, Robert M 


Marcum, Joseph S 


Massengill. Teresa A 539 


Marcum. Kathy A 410,539 


Massey. Lowell 


Marcum, Kenneth D 


Massey, M. Kenneth 


Marcum, Linda J R 


Masters. Lynn D 


Marcum, Lucy C 


Masters, Scott D . Jr 


Marcum, Martha L 51 1 


Mastin, Chnsteena M 


Marcum, Mary K 575 


Mathes. Peggy J 


Marcum, Ralph W 


Mathew, John 539 


Marcum, Vivian G. 


Mathis. Benjamin F 456 


Marcus, Karen S 


Mathis. Sarah C. 


Marcus, Roger L 


Mathur, Salon. 97, 391 


Marefat, Kourosh 


Matousch, Daniel T 576 


Marema, Jack G 


Matthews. Charles K, 310, 360 


Marema, Nancy Lee 


Matthews, Terry L. 


Marens, Michael J , Jr 


Mallingly, Ann W 539 


Marinelli, Robyn A 337,366.511 


Mattingly, Charla A. 576 


Mariner, Brett A. 363, 576 


Mallingly. Jo A. 


Manty. Patty 247 


Mattingly, Mary E 576 


Markert, Stephen E. 383,530 


Mattingly, Mary M. 


Markey. Janet D 


Mallingly, Rita G 408.511 


Marler, Lois A, K 


Mattingly, Ronald 


MaHin, Martha D 486 


Mattingly, Stuart L 576 


Marlin, Miriam C 51 1 


Mattingly. Thomas J. 


Marlow, Jeanene 


Matz, Linda S 


Marlowe, Fred D. 576 




Marlowe, Jayne L. 228, 241. 344, 


Mauk. George 


455 


Mauney, Bill W 


Marmie, Larry E 260 


Mauney, Bobby G.. Jr 255, 456 


Marmie, Nancy Y 576 


Mauney, Bridget G 576 


MarmiUoi, Daryl P 409.413,455 


Mauney. Mary M 


Marquis, Sheri B 


Mauntel, John B 282. 353 


Marr. Harriet A. K 


Mauntel, Kimberly C. 


Marr, Roger G 


Maupin. EdnaW 


Marsh. Patncia J 


Maupin, John F 185 


Marsh, Paul M. 




Marsh, Scott K 


Maupin. Marsha L R 234, 246 


Marsh. Susan M 385, 539 


Maupin, Mitchell R, 


Marshall, Ann L 


Maupin, Rebecca C 539 


Marshall, Clarence P 


Maupin, Robert F , III 


Marshall, Claudia M 187 


Maurer, Juanita L, 396. 409. 511 


Marshall, Dorothy M. 


Mauyeos, Elizabeth 245 


Marshall, Glenn R 


Mavity, Patty S. 340 


Marshall, Gregory L 


Maxberry, Daniel H 


Marshall. Henry C 


Maxey, Lowell J 456 


Marshall, Jerry M 


Maxson. Charles R. Jr 


Marshall. Karen E 


May, Anna K. 456 


Marshall. Kay 


May, Barbara S, 576 


Marshall, Laura M 340, 576 


May, Carolyn A 330, 539 


Marshall, Letha 486 


May. Donna C 


Marshall. Linda F 


May. Ellen MS 


Marshall, Sandra A. B. 


May. Gerald 160 


Marshall, Sharon E.M 455 


May, James R. 337 


Marshall, Susan L. 344, 576 


May, John A. 


Marshall, Thomas K 511 


May, Larry 


Marshall. Wallace A. 


May, Linda L. 539 


Marshall, Willard D 


May, Mane A. 


Martell, David R. 


May, Michael G, 


Martello, Kevin D 356,424.455 


May, Nancy J 


Martin. Allie B 


May. Newland W 401 , 402, 539 


Martin, Anne 163. 164 


May. Patricia A 


Martin. Anne K- 539 


May, Patrick, Jr. 


Martin. Archie H , III 


May, Robert T 


Martin. Blaine K 


May. Russ E 


Martin, Boyce R. 


May, Saundra W 


Martin, Cathleen C. 


May, Timothy D. 511 


Martin, Cathy A 330. 511 


May, William T 


Martin, Charleen 


Mayer. Kathy 389. 457 


Martin, Charles E. 


Mayes, Ann L. 


Martin, Charles E 


Mayes. Donald 


Martin, Cynthia L. 539 


Mayes. Everett D. 


Martin, David R. 455 


Mayes, Gwen 457 


Martin, Dirk 294 


Mayes, Harold S 457 


Martin. Deborah L 


Mayeux, Joseph G 



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Martin, Dirk D 358. 539 
Marnn. Donald J. 
Martin. Donna C 383 
Martin. Donna L. 539 
Marlin. Elizabeth 576 
Martin, Feme C. 
Martin, Glenna D 456 
Martin. Harold L 



Mayfield, Duane 346 
Mayfield, JudyG 493 
Mayfield. Nathan C. 
Mayhugh.Gayle R. 539 
Mayhugh. Virginia L. 457 
Maynard, Danita L 326, 576 
Maynard, Estel A., Jr. 
Maynard, Marelyn K 
Maynard. Sheila G. 511 



Index and Directory 625 



Mayne, John R. 

Mayne. Shern L. 576 

Mays. Ann T 

Mays, Deron 539 

Mays, Lynda L. 

Mays, Mary E. 

Mays, Neil P 576 

Maze, Lisa A. 

McAdams, Charles L. 

McAfee, Mary J- 

McAfee, Michael E. 

McAfee, Shirley S 486 

McAlister. Sheila A. 539 

McAllister, Robert L. 400, 539 

McAninch, Vivien D 

McArthur, Donna B 413.415,4 

McAuliffe, Sharon M. 

McBrayer, Donald J. 

McBrayer, Jennie R 340 



M Bra 

r.i.L-p.r,. 



. David c 



McBurney, Connie K 457 

McCabe, Timothy L. 

McCafferty, Charles M. 296 

McCall. William P 

McCandless, Tom W. 

McCane, Neesia R. 187,410, 511 

McCane, Sheila A. 576 

McCann, Clementine 369 

McCann, Jerri L. 

McCann, Stanley C. 539 

McCann, Thomas W 

McCann. Tim 220 

McCarthy. Jeffery A. 260.261.293 

McCarthy, Katherine S. 

McCarthy, Patrick W. 

McCarthy. Robert J 

McCartney, Eldon E 

McCarty, Margaret A. 351, 576 

McCarty, Ralph G. 

McCasland. Susan R 576 

McCauley.MitziH. 539 

McCaulley, Sharon L. 

McChargue, Gustavo R 401, 539 

McChesney, James C. 

McChesney, Karen L. 576 

McClain, Anthony L. 

McClain, Bobbye J 

McClain, Danny A. 

McClain, John S. 

McClain, Michael H. 

McClain, Pat 250 

McClain. William D. 539 

McClair, Lynn 346 

McGanahan. Russell 

McClary, Jeffrey S 360 

McClary. Kathleen M 

McClave. Lisa E. 457 

McClearn, Randall G 457 

McClees, Paul R 

McCloud, Greta G 

McCloud. Robert W 

McClure, Jeffrey E 346. 539 

McClure, Mary Jo 410 

McCollum, Barbara A 

McCollum, Perry W 

McCollum. Rickey G 539 

McComas, Wilson H., Jr. 

McCombs, Stephen H 356, 457 

McConkey. June A. 356 

McConkey. Shelley C 344 

McConnell, Carl D 282 

McConnell, David E 

McConnell, Deborah K. 

McConneU. Vickie D 

McCord. Janice C 511 

McCord, John A. 

McCorkle, Wynona E 457 

McCormack. George E 

McCoun, Bobby A. 363, 457 

McCoun, Wesley S. 

McCowan, Deborah J 

McCown, Brenda L. 

McCoy, Charles A. 

McCoy, Lisa 402, 404 

McCoy, Marilyn 

McCoy, Nancy A. 

McCoy, Rita 

McCracken. Alice A. 511 

McCracken, Karen L. 366, 576 



McCra 



,, Keni 



McCracken, Nancy C 
McCreary, Michele A 457 
McCrary, Stuart K. 



.EdieC 



E G 



McC 
McCre 

McCroskey, Robert A 511 
McCroskey, Rosemary 
McCubbin, Timothy W 337,539 
McCuIley, Elizabeth 
McCulley, Jackie L 486 
McCuliough. Deanne M. 
McCullough. Maj O H 400 



McDade, Richard G 
McDamel, James W 
McDaniel, Paula R 



. St et 



511 



McDa\ 
McDermott, David L 576 
McDermott, Dennis C 
McDonald, Arthur B. 
McDonald. Avery M. Jr 
McDonald, Deborah J 
McDonald, Donald Jr 
McDonald. James G. 
McD ■:uld. J :hr K 
McDonald. Karen B 
McDonald. Marc L. 
McDonald, Melanie S. 
McDonald. Phil ippP 
McDonald, Timothy P. 



McErlain, Robert K. 



McFadden, John P., Sr, 


Meade, Paula J. 576 


McFadden, Mardi E. 


Meade, Philip L. 


McFall. Judy L. 458 


Meador, Paul A. 


McFarlan, James P 


Meadors, Doris 


McFarland. Alison S 349, 458 


Meadors, James F. 


McFarland, Betty A. 539 


Meadors, Paul K. 279 


McFarland, David L. 


Meadors. Shirley J. 


McFarland, Dorothy E, 


Meadows, Paul D. 


McFarland, Gary A. 576 


Meadows, Valerie J 


McFarland, Jeep 353 


Means, Faye A. 


McFarland, Rose M. 356, 539 


Means. George R. 


McFarland. Vickie W. 


Mears. Garry L. 398 


McFerren. Michael G, 576 


Medeiros, Joelyn 327, 540 


McGaha, Karen S. 592 


Medl, William A. 


McGarvey. Michael T. 


Medley, Jeffrey L. 398. 402. 540 


McGee, Peggy S, 


Medley. William K. 576 


McGinley, Savana K. 


Medlin. Wanda D 511 


McGinnis, Joseph W 576 


Meece, Ronald W. 


McGinms. Robert W. 


Meece, Virginia A. 


McGinnis, William M. 356 


Meehan, Michael E. 


McGrann. George E. 


Meehan.Tara V. 


McGrath, Mary T 


Meek, Etta S. G. 


McGrath, Patricia J 


Meenach, Danny R. 577 


McGraw, William H 


Meenach. Lloyd E. 577 


McGuire. Clyde J 


Meese. David M 


McGuire, Debra J 


Mefford. David R 


McGuire, Donald L. 


Mefford, Georgia F. 


McGuire, Everett H 


Mefford, Joy L. 540 


McGuire, -Janie D 


Mefford, Karen S 


McGuire. Mary C. 576 


Mefford. Nancy E 


McGuire, Teresa D 298, 539 


Mefford. Willard E. 


McHone. Gary E 


Megee, Carl W. 


McHone. Jennifer U 


Megee. Roger A 


McHone. Reginald B 


Megie. Barbara J. 577 


McHugh. William L 364 


Mehok, Laura A. 


Mcintosh. Cynthia M. 


Mehok. Paul T. 


Mcintosh, Donna L. 458 


Mehta Rajendrakumar 


Mcintosh. Edwina 458 


Meier. Gregory L. 251.400 


Mcintosh, Michael D. 346 


Meiner, Carol S 540 


Mcintosh, Sandy J. 


Meiner, Melissa 


Mcintosh. Stella M. 


Meinze. Mark A. 321 


Mcintosh. Willard. Jr. 576 


Meisenheimer. John D 406 


Mclntyre, Charles H. 


Mele. Joe A. 253. 486 


Mclntyre. George P. 576 


Melius, Paul A. 540 


Mclntyre. John M . Jr. 


Mellette, Richard D 


McKain, Cynthia L. 


Melnick, Bruce A. 


McKay. Carol L 


Melville, Charles J 337 


McKay, Dean C 


Melville. Marianne T 577 


McKay, Martin D 


Mendenhall, Debra L 540 


McKay. Sally A 


Mendoza, David 


McKee, Paul N 355, 458 


Mendoza, Ernesto J 


McKee, Ralph K 


Menifee, Gralin R. 511 


McKeehan, Jon C 


Menifee, Karen E. 


McKenney, Nancy J 249, 51 1 


Menifee, Virginia H 


McKenney, Robert L., Jr 326. 539 


Menne, Jolinda W 


McKenzie. Carolyn L. 


MEN'S ATHLETICS 230 


McKenzie, Danny B. 


Menzer, Marti L. 


McKenzie, David A 


Mercer. Barry F, 540 



McKenzie. Mary C 332, 356. 539 
McKinley, Gemene E. 332, 511 
McKinley. Jo E 576 
McKinney, Betty J. 



McK.nney 


Debra J 2 


45, 


344 


458 


McKinne', 


Dexter 








McKinney 


James R 








McKinne} 










McKinney 


Robert C 








McKmne; 


Teresa M 


51 






McKinney 










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n. Gary W 








McLean, James L , Jr 









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McLendon. Robert G., Jr : 
McMahan. Richard K, 
McMaine, Eva M 
McMaine, Penelope A. 
McMichael. Bruce E. 539 
McMillan. Debra N. 511 
McMillan, Draxie E. 
M. .-Millen. Connie L. 493 



M : 



.Judith A. D 



M MiUen. Michael A. 
McMuUen. Fred P 539 
McMurry, Dale F 

r, Tern V. 540 
McNabb. Larry D 

.DaleL. 398. 399. 511 
, John D. 458 

s L. 230, 252, 298, 



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McNew 
McNull 



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:.:.:-;> 



351 

McPeek. Carolyn F. 
McPeek, Michael H. 282, 511 
t.kPh*rson, Joseph D. 
i, Pamela L. 
i, Sheila E. 
McPhetridge, Terry W 
McQuade, Mary T. 540 
McQuady. Richard L 576 
McQueary, Alan G. 

y, Nancy H. 

i.Harold D 
McQueen, Judith L. 576 
McQueen. Thomas E. 260 
McQuerry, Rachel L. 458 
McQutnn, Charles I. 
Mi I ■■■. Ids, Don D. 
McReynolds, Jay R 458 
McSwain, Stephen B. 
McSwain, Thaborn L 
McVey. Mark R 
McWhorter. Allen E. 
McWhorter, Charles E 540 
McWhorter, Debbie L. 576 
McWhorter, Michael R. 337 
McWhorter. Rebecca L. 576 
McWhorter, Ronald E 458 
McWhorter. Susan A 413,493 
McWhorter, Vicki L. 302,458, 51 
McWhorter, Vicki P. 
McWilliams, Dennis L 458 
McWilliams, Judy L. 
McWilliams, Robert P. 511 
McWilliams, Timothy J. 
Meade, Charles C, II 306, 313, 35 

511 
Meade, Deborah A. 
Meade. Jennifer L. 3S1, 540 
Meade, Pamela A. 540 



Mercer, Linda C 540 
Mercer, Mark S. 
Mercer. Stephanie 303 
Menda. Terry A 577 



Merrill. Nadine E. 577 
Merritt, Patricia J. 512 
Merrill. Vicky L 406,577 
Mersmann, Margaret R. 512 
Messer, Alan M. 
Messer, Dave G. 
Messer. Gary G 
Messer, Sherry G 458 
Messmer, Gary R. 
Messmer, Robert M. 577 
Messmer, Victor C , III 540 
Metcalf. Charles M 
Meicalf. Cheryl L. M 
Metcalf, Gloria S. 
Metcalf, Joseph S. 
Metcalfe, Jackie L 
Metcalfe, Linda G 577 

Meyer, Antionette L. 382, 577 
Meyer, David P. 458 



Meyers, Barry V 



Middeler. Joyce L. 540 
Midden, Anabel H. 577 
Midden, Kathy 493 
Midden. Leo K, Jr 346 



Mid 



. Lou- 



Middleton. James W. 368, 458 
Middleton. Jeff A. 248 
Middleton, Melody J. 299, 512 
Middleton. Nancy L. 
Middleton, Steven D 512 
Middleion, William C 459 
Midyett. Danny C 
Mielcarek, Terry C 
Miglit'it\ James G. 
Mikles, Judith L. 384. 577 
Milam, Robert M 
Milam, Stanley E 540 
Milar, Melissa M 540 
Milburn, AnnC 512 



Mill 



.577 



Milburn, Brenda S. 366. 459 
Milburn, Skeeter 512 
Milburn, William K. 
Milby.GaryD 459 
Milby, Gordoi 



Miles, 






Miles, Fra 

Miles, Jane F 
Miles. Janice P 

Miles. Joseph D 310.459 

Miles, Kevin C. 230, 279, 459 

MILESTONE 412 

M.ley. Beverly K 577 

MILITARY POLICE COMPANY 400 

MILITARY SCIENCE 231 




Sometimes Wallace Building stairs provide the quiet- 
est place to study. 



,",i. 



. Albert 



-. Angela K. 
tiller, Anthony 

. Barbara E R. 

, Carla D. 

.Carol J. 512 

, Carol L. 

, Carole L. 540 

■, Carolyn Y. 
Miller, Charles E. 512 
Miller, Cynthia J 332.540 
Miller, Delores A D. 
Miller, Dennis A. 
Miller. Doreen M 
Miller, Dorothy J. 
Miller, Edward D. 540 
Miller, Edwin A. 346.459 
Miller. Elmer G 
Miller. Elsie E. 
Miller. Gary D 577 
Miller. Gary W 
MiUer. Glenda J. 
MILLER. GLENN 115 
Miller, Gregory L. 
MiUer, HaUie B. 
Miller, Herschel P. 355 
Miller. Howard F 260 
Miller. JackD. 
MiUer, Jams L. 327 
Miller. Jerry 182 
Miller, Joan F 344.456 
Miller. Joel E. 
Miller. Johnny R. 
Miller. Johnny T. 
Miller. Jon P 512 
Miller. Judy C 398. 540 
Miller. Kathy J. 512 
Miller, Lillie E. 592 
MiUer, Linda K. 577 
Miller, Louann 540 
Miller, Marcia D. 512 
Miller. Margaret K. 356,494 
Miller, Mitchell E. 
Miller, OrvilleD 
MiUer, Pamela E. 577 
Miller, Pamela G. 
Miller. Pamela J. 540 
Miller. Patricia A. C. 
Miller, Patricia D. 
Miller, Philip K. 419 
Miller, Ralph W., Jr. 
Miller. Rhonda K. 540 
Miller. Robert D. 327 
Miller, Robert D 
Miller, Robert W. 
Miller, Roy O..Jr_ 
Miller, Sandra K 
Miller, Sharon G, 
Miller, Syble S. 
Miller, Thomas K, 
Miller, Tom S. K 
Miller. Una F 
Miller. Vivian F. 459 
Miller. Wanda J. 459 
Miller. Wanda J. 
Miller, WarfieidB. Jr 
Miller, William J. 
MiUiken, Glenn A. 387 



Mills, Barbara A. 

Mills, Betty J. 

Mills. Debbie C. 382 

Mills, Dennis 253 

Mills. Gerald D. 

Mills, Mary R. 459 

Mills, Michael A. 360. 498 

Mills. Becky 401 

Mills. Sie. Jr- 

Mills. Thomas A. 577 

Mims, Gail S 

Miniard, Ralph W 459 

Mink. Robert J. 

Minier, Larry M 

Minton, Donald F 
Minion. Stephen W. 577 
Miracle, Bernice 
Miracle, David N. 512 
Miracle. Eddy P. 
Miracle, Jesse D. 
Miracle, Joyce L. S. 459 
Miracle, Karen K- 512 
Miracle, Margaret L. 
Miracle, Robert D 
Miracle. Tommie L. 512 
Miranda, Lorgio O. 
Mirkham, Fariborz 391.540 
Minis. David M. 
Misegades, Kim M. 577 
Missbuechler. Fred L 358 
MISS EASTERN 104. 105. 106 
MISS EBONY 107 
Mistier. Alan F 

Billie L. 

Billy L, 

Charles R. 

Florence 493 

James R 

John M 

Kathleen J. 577 

Kevin C 296.358.577 

Lester J 486 

Mary J. 540 



(M. 



in J. 337. 540 
ittler. Teresa A 577 

s, Frank A 

■.JohnM 242, 540 
Moak. Jamie A 
Moak. Steve C. 
Moberly. Charles C 
Moberly.GeraldineC 
Moberly, Harry Jr 387. 459 
Moberly, Jonah W. 
Moberly, Sheila L 
Moberly. Susan A. 
Moberly, Thomas B . Jr, 
Moberly, Wilson K. 
Mobley, Bobby L 
Mobley, Modena G. 
Mock. Nathan S. 
Mockbee. Jennifer S. 243. 245 
Moeller, Ellen S 344.577 



626 Index and Directory 



Moeves, Margaret J. 344, 459 
Moffett.CharlesW. 
Moffett, Robert M. 277, 363 
Moffett, Walter L. 578 
Mohammadi, Seyed B 391,45 
Mohanty, Amiya 250 
Mohanty, SaraiK. 
Molen, Scott M. 



i, Char 



s R., Jr. 353 



laghan, Debra P 340, 512 
ibeck, Lucinda M. 
iheimer, Betty F 



Monn, Kathi M. 242, 540 
Monnig. Donna C 
Monroe, Judith A. 512 
Monsebraten, Dale 198 
Monson, Timothy V. 
Monteabaro, Nancy W. 
Montgomery, Alice M 243,252,417 

459 
Montgomery, Amy E. 540 
Montgomery, Betty J. 
Montgomery, Carolyn A. 
Montgomery, Charlotte 
Montgomery, Craig R. 
Montgomery, Ella J. 
Montgomery, Elma L 
Montgomery, Gary T, 244, 459 
Montgomery, James C. 244 



ngom 



Montgom 
Moody, E 
Moody, L 
Mook, Br 



well r 



, Wanda S 512 



i, Jackie H. 

j L. 249, 540 
, Beverly A. 

lesA. 355 
:, Chris 245 
, Darla J. 
, Darlene 578 
, David E. 
vid E. 
, David J. 

, Deborah J. 330, 578 
, Dennis L. 356 



;, Douglas L. 
:, Gregory H 245 
~ Dry L. 251,' 



■, Leomane 450 
; Marvin L 486 
ice E. 459 



!. Polly W. 
i, Richard C 363 
!, Robert F 356 
•. Ronald G 459 
.Sandra K. 431, 512 

nM, 512 
, Sherry C. 402 
, Suzanne 
. Taylor G. 244, 421 



, Verm 



iM. 
onL. 



;, Cecil T. 
i, Debra L. 
i, Tanya F. 459 



;read, Jody 326 
lous. Lee A 
and, Charles F. 



..Carlos A. 312, 512 



:verly W , Jr. 459 
., Billy R. 512 
., BiUyeC 
Butch 310 



beth A. 578 
', Kathleen 326, 578 



Morgar 


Kathleen A. 




Lan 




Morgan 




Morgar 




hael 459 


Morgar 


Mic 


hael E. 


Morgar 


Michael L. 


Morgar 


, N. Ruby 


Morgar 


Richard A. 


Morgar 


Roc 


erick D. 




,Sha 


on E. 540 




, Shu 


ey H. 


Morgan 


Ste 


en H 


Morgar 




itaC. 512 


Morgan 


'Will 


am M 




Will 


am R. 540 


Morgen 




Edward D 




. Bru 


n L. 294, 578 


Morris 


Char 


es H., Jr. 




Den 






Dian 


■S. 351,512, 


Morris 


Doru 


IdC, 


Morris 


Edna 


O 


Morris 


Etish 


a 460 


Morris 


Geo 


gene R. 



MorrL 


Kathleen M. 578 




Linda D. 


M.-.im 


LynneM 299, 301 


MorrL 


Marcia C. 330, 360 


Morri 


Richard R. 540 




Ricky H. 540 


Morri 


Stanley K 578 


MorrL 


Stephen W 460 


MorrL 


Stewart L. 540 


MorrL 


Suzanne 512 




Wain M, 540 


Morri 


Wayne Y. 




William F, 


MorrL 


William S. 


M. ■! r , 


on. Catherine A 323 


Morris 


on, Charles Q. 541 


Morris 


on, Craig O. 


Morri 


on, C. Q 390 


Morri 




Morn 


on, Mark E. 


Morrow. Larry D 


Morro 


w.M.Kay 460 


Monro 




Morro 


w, Robert V. 460 




w, Steven E. 486 


Morro 


w, Thomas L. 


Morto 


n.GaylaD. 406,494 


Morto 


n, Herbert L. 


Morto 


n, KentH. 


Morto 


n, Mildred 


Morto 


n. Thomas S. 460 


Most- 


.FayeW.404, 578 




ski, Marcia A. 512 




ski. Paula M. 460 


Mosco 


e, Kathleen L. 


Moseley, Billie R. 


Moser 


Henry C, II 578 




Lynn R. 385.541 




Marcia B. 512 


Moser 


Rebecca S. 512 



Moser, Robert M., II 
Moser. Shirley O 249. 486 
Moser, Suanne 
Moses, Christopher E. 578 

Mosher, Walter C, 
Mosley, Christine M 383 
Mosley, Gene M. 
Moss, BrendaM 512 
Moss. James P., Jr. 541 
Moss, Mary L. 578 
Moss, Steven W 578 
Mosser, Pamela J R 
Mosser, Terry L. 
Mossotti. Ronald P, 460 
Moubray, Doris M. 
Moulton. Carl M. 
Mountjoy, Candy 512 
Mountjoy, Jesse B 
Mountz. £dse/R 247 
Mountz, Montford M 
Mourer, Leslee J. 

Mouyeos, Elizabeth W. 243. 
Mouyeos. Thomas W. 
Mower. Mary P. 396, 578 

Moyer. Paul R 578 
Mudd, Jane E. 578 
Mudd, Jeffrey T. 541 
Mudd, Judy L. 



Mu< 



, Patric 



.330 



Mudd, Truman L. 

Mueller, Christine D 461 

Mueller. Deborah J. 578 

Mueller, Marcia A. 299, 301, 578 

Mueller. Marlene S. 494 

Mueller, Michael L. 

Mueller. Robert A. 279 

Muir, Mary L. 578 

Mukahy. Bob 270 

Mulcahy, Leslie E. 

Mullen. Artie M. 461 

Mullen, Constance L 

Mullen, Kevin P. 541 

Mullen, Pamela E. 512 

Mullen, Stanford T. 231 , 250, 349, 

Mullenix, Robert L. 



Mullins, Harold D. 



Mullins. Mary A 
Mutl.ns, Paul A 
Mullins. Paul W 526 
MuU.ns, Polly S. 494 
Mullins, Sally A. 252,330, 3" 

461 
Mullins, Sheila G. 461 
Mulloy, Maurice O. 512 
Mulvaney. Daniel E. 
Munch. Sharon L. 302, 578 
Muncy, Charlyn V 
Muncy, Edith H. 
Muncy, Harold G, Jr. 541 

Muncy, Margaret E. 
Muncy, Mary M 
Muncy, Vernon 
Mundy, Gail E. 579 
Mundy, James W. 260 
Muns, Carolyn L 
Munson, Jane E. 477 
Munson, Sally J. 332, 512 
Muntz, Charles E. 
Muntz, Donna J. 579 
Murdock, Lewis S. 

Murley! Jim B. 541 
Murnahan. Benny L. 
Murphy, Betsy C 344 
Murphy, Dorothy A. P. 461 
Murphy. Gene L. 
Murphy, James M. 
Murphy, Judy L. 486 
Murphy, Karen B. 
Murphy, Kasandra L. 
Murphy, Marjone K 
Murphy, Michael D 
Murphy, Michael D. 
I.hirphy, Mike 200,471 
Murphy, Roger D 486 
Murphy. Stephen G 579 
Murphy, Steven L 
Murphy, Susan C. 391,541 
Murphy, Teresa K. 
Murphy, Thomas W 541 
Murray, Douglas A 



Murray, Ken 579 



Murray, Madeline R 
Murray, Michael J 
Murray, Peggy B. 
Murray, Rebecca J. 494 
Murray, Robbin L. 298. 579 
Murray, Susan 
Murrell, Charles W 461 
MurrelI,GroverM.250 
Murrell, Joanna R. 250 
Murrell. Patrie L. 230, 252, 302. 

397,461 
Murrell, Vernon D. 
Muse, Deborah C. 
Muse, Ricky L 
Musgrave, Rachel E 
Music, Carol J E 461 
Music. Sally A. 541 
Musick. Frederick D 
Musnuff. Donald F 512 
Musselman, Deborah L. 
Mussman, Michael W 293 
Mustard. Shirley S 
Muth, Craig M. 
Muth, James D. 
Muud,DianneM. 
Myers, Barbara B 
Myers, Betty B. 512 
Myers, Bruce A. 



Myers, Lawrence R. 
Myers, Mary M. 
Myers. Michael B. 270,461 
Myers, Neal H. 541 
Myers, Patr 



Mv.'i 



i. 512 



Myers, Stanley E 
Myers, Steven D. 
Myers, Steven L. 346. 5^ 
Myers, Thomas D. 168 
Myers, Vicki R. 494 
Myford, Larry W 282 



Ndlt-.-'iM? Steven J. 512 
Nally. Patrick L. 461 
Nance, James R. 
Nankivell, Frank A. 355 
NanktveU, James B. 169 
Nanninga, Robert D. 512 
Nantz, Fred J .Jr. 
Nantz. Jerry 327 
Nantz, Marty J. 
Napier, Bobbie J 579 
Napier, Deborah L. 
Napier, Donald G. 

Napier, Janie C. 
Napier, Jeffery 



Napper, Stewart L. 
Nard, Jo Ann 
Nash, Deborah K 
Nash, Leslie E. 



NATIONAL EDUCATION 



ASSOCIATION 407 
Neace, Jo Delia 
Neal, DavidS 231,461 
Neal, Diane C 579 
Neal, Donald W. 
Neal, Thomas H 
Neat, Jenny 296 
Neat, WilliamJ 400.402,512 
Nebleti. Mildred E. 
Neeley, Betty J 461 
Neeley, Bill L 
Neeley. James R 592 
Neeley, Philip D 541 
Neely, Jocelyn M. 330, 541 
Neenan, Cindy R 
Neff, Lenora L 
Neff, Rebecca R, 579 
Neff, Richard L 
Neikirk, EllaJ 
Nelson, Char/es218 
Nelson. Clay 288 



, rv.ni 



:■'"' 



Nelsc 



Nelson, Robert C 
Nelson. Sister Yvonne 
Nelson, Susan R. 413, 416. 541 






rM, 



i, Ricardo 
Nethery. Freda A 579 
Nettle, Dan 293.463 
Nettle, Edward D 579 
Nettle. Paul D. 
Neuber, Keith A 
Neufarth. John E 461 
Neufarth.TerneL C 541 
Neukrannz, Richard K. 
Neumeister, Beth A. 
Neumeister, George R 282. 461 
Nevels, George A. 
New. Cecil L 
New, James R 
Newberry, Charles L 
New by, Julia L. 579 
Newcom, Lucinda S 
Newcom, Cindy 593 
Newcomb. Darrell C. 



, Phyllis K 541 
Newell, Robert E. 
Newell. Ruby I. 
Newfaith,Terrie385 
Newland. Kellon E 461 
Newland, Timothy J 

Newman! Bruce W, 



Newman, Larry E 
Newman, Robbin D 
Newport, Fonda J 
Newport, J. C. 
Newsom, Barry K. 
Newsom, Goebel W 270 
Newsome, Rebecca S. 513 
Newsome, Roberta 
Newsome, RosieK 
Newsome. Sylvia 
Newton, Dickie G 
Newton, Gary D. 358, 513 
Newton. John T 461 
Newton, Kenneth M. 
Newton. Rebecca G. 
Newton, William R 541 
Nianouris. Van C. 355, 579 
Niceley. Martha L 
Nicholas, David L. 486 
Nicholas, Syaron A 
Nichols, Constance B. 541 
Nichols. Eugene D . Jr 
Nichols, John H. 
Nichols, John M. 
Nichols, Larry S 
Nichols, Linda S 
Nichols, Marilyn W 
Nichols, Ruth J 541 
Nicholson, Earl E 
Nicholson. H. David 
Nicholson, Kenneth 
Nicholson, Pamela 513 
Nicholson. Steve N. 
Nicholson, Ted F. 
Nicholson, Timothy L 
Nickel], Kathy A. 541 
Nickel], Rodney E. 



Nic 



,Thi m 



Nickels. Patsy L. 541 

Nicolet.DanD 288.360.513 

Niebel, Sylvia M. 

Nielander, Deborah A 

Nigoff, Betty L 

Nigoff. Lowell R. 

Niles, Lucian E. 

Niner. Keith W. 

Niskanen, Keith A. 

Nixon, Kathryn J, 579 

Noble. Clara 461 

Noble. Dale 

Noble, Herman 

Noble. Jill L 327,513 

Noble. Kathy M. 102, 366, 409, 

461 
Noble. Lloyd E 
Noble. Nelson S. 593 
Noble, Wanda F. 
Noe.Gary S. 542 
Noe. Judy L. 356,366.409, 

461 
Noe, Linda K. P. 
Noe, Phyllis M. 593 
Noe, Roseann 



Noe, Sarah A 461 

Noel, Ann M, 542 

Noel, Charlotte C 

Noel, Charlotte M 

Noel, David A 

Noel, Gerald R 

Noel, Karen S 

Noel. Linda I. 392, 513 

Noel, Mary M C 

Noga, Mark D 

Nolan, Diana 

Nolan. Kenneth 

Nolan, Larry 

Nolan, Lawrence R. 579 

Nolan, William A 

Noland, Cynthia A. 579 

Noland. Joy L C 

Noland. Nancy M 409.513 

Noland, Penny G 

Nooning, Marian 579 

Nooning, Roberta N 

Nord, Rebecca L 

Nordgulen, June B 

Norenberg, Janice M 579 



Nore 



Norenberg, Sandra L. 513 
Nor fleet, Barbara P 
Nor fleet, Larry D 
Norman, ThelmaR 
Norns, Barbara P. 
Norris. Charles B. 
Norris. Chen L. 351 
Norris, Clyfton 
Norris, Reed B 
Norris, Thomas E. 579 
Norris, Wayne K. 394,579 
Nonhcuit. Danny K. 
Norton. Eddie T. Ill 
Norton, Joseph M. 461 
Norton, Sally R. 513 
Norton. Tommy E. 
Norton, William C 
Norton, William J. 
Norvell, Charley S. 461 
Norvell, Thomas M. 513 
Norwitz, Jeffrey H. 400. 462 
Norwood, Gerard L 
Noyes, Jeffrey R 337 
Nuckols, J. C. W. 
Nugent. Richard 622 
Nunn, FrankieL. 337. 513 
Nunn, Kenneth C. 579 
Nunn, Nancy L. 462 



Nun 



Nunn, Sherrie L. 579 
Nultall, Brandon C. 
Nutter, Keith L. 579 
Nye. Mary A 
Nye, Roger D 487 
Nyerges, Helen P. 



Oak, Dalion L. 
Oakes. Mary E. 579 
Oakes, Robert G 
Oaks, Dana K. 
Oaks, Mary E, 579 
Oatley, Douglas W 
Oatley, Robyn M K. 
Oatts.Judy L. 494. 581 
Ober, Patricia M 579 
Oberschmidt. Nancy M 579 
Obrien. John M 
Obnen, John W 513 
Obrien, Kenneth O 260 
Obnen. Kevin R. 579 
Obryan, Bernard B 462 
Obryan, Larry W 
Obryant. James M. 
Ochsenbem.MarkH. 579 
Ochsenbein. Rebecca L 
Ockerman. Glenda S. 
Oconnell. Robert H. 579 
Odell, Carol D 
Odell. JohnP 545 
Odell. Matcella 321 
Odierna. Candace M. 513 
Odle. Bonnie M. 193.462 
Odom, Gary L. 
Odonnell, Catherine 513 
Odowd, Kathleen G, 
Oether. David V 
Ofcacek. Margaret M. 
Ogden. Arthur J. 
Ogden. Diana M, 330. 579 
Ogden, Steven D 
Ogisi, JubeO. 
Ogles by. Miriam W 
Ogulu, Promise E 579 



Oho. 



. Chjrlo, M 



Okamoto, Craig N 

Okeson, Gary B. 406. 579 

Okleshen, Marilyn J. 

Okruhlica. Tan R. 207. 494 

Olds, Cheryl H. 

Olds, Jane A. 

Olds, SondraJ. A, 462 

Olds, William M. 

Oleary, David E 

Olin, Bruce W. 334, 542 

Oliver, Bobby D. 

Oliver. Constance J. 542 



Oliv 



, Dian, 



,249 



Oliver, Mark L 

Oliver, PatriciaS. 390,542 

Oliver, Ricky L 356. 542 

Oliver. Robert R. 

Oliver, Stanley R. 

Olsen, Jeanne L 394,513 

Olsen, Peter L. 462 

Omara, Eva C. 

Omara. Ruby J. 

OMEGA PS 1 PHI 348 

Omelia. Michael G. 



Index and Directory 627 



Omer, John R. 


Palmer. Bradley N 


Payne, Kathryn J. 


Phelps, Carl E 


Ponder, Aline C. 


Onan. Clarence E. 462 


Palmer. Carl M. 


Payne, Ralph W 


Phelps. Carolyn S 580 


Ponder. Edith R. 580 


On3n. Dennis R. 542 


Palmer. Clyde M. 253, 487 


Payne, Robert L, 


Phelps, James S 


Pool. Violet L. 


Onan, John E, 355 


Palmer. Kathleen M 


Paynter, Michael B 543 


Phelps, John B. 


Poole. Betty P P. 


Onan. Kathryn L. 245, 406. 462 


Palmer. Kenneth R., Jr 


Peace, Irene 


Phelps. Kenneth A. 


Pope, Gracia A 330 


Onan, Marcella 


Palmer. Susan J. 


Peace, Virginia R. 


Phelps. Michael E. 514 


Pope. Janet M. 390. 465 


Onan. Mary F 513 


Paimore, Lili C 


Peake, Edith 580 


Phelps, Stewart 248 


Pope, Joseph Y. 


Onan, Shells K 


Palombi, John H. 463 


Peake. Steven T 


Pnelps, Susan M 580 


Pope. Judith A F 


Oneal. Linda D. 


Panayotoff. Janet V 


Pearce, Cecilia D 340, 463 


Pherson, Jeanne H. 340, 543 


Pope, KarrenJ. 328. 465 


Oneil, Peggy A. 


PANHELLENIC369 


Pearce.JamesJ. 


PHI BETA LAMBDA 408 


Pope, Patricia L. 


Oneil. Robbie R- 


Papp, Alexander R. 542 


Pearman, Glenda F 326,514 


PHI DELTA THETA 352 


Pope, Rebecca R. 




Papp, Katherine L 


Pearsall, Wayne G. 383, 463. 542 


PHI KAPPA ALPHA 354 


Pope, Theodore E. 543 


Ong. Caroline 


Papst, Sharyn A 


Pearse, Cynthia J 298 


Phillippe. Beverly J. 


Pope, William D 


Ong. Caroline 


Park. Hwang W 487 


Pearson, Debra K. 237. 243. 266, 


Phillips. Amy L. 580 


Popham, Dennis D. 


Onlko. Gloria A. 


Park, Mary K. 


463 


Phillips. Ann M 580 


Popham, Warren E, 


Onlko. Thomas J 


Park. Walter L. 


Pearson. Norman A 543 


Phillips, Arnold 356 


Poppas, Stephen C. 593 


Oquinn, Joyce A. 487 


Parker. Anna L 


Pearson, Sharon D 


Phillips, Blaine 465 


Porter. Brenda E, B. 


Orange. Larry F 


Parker, Auldon B . II 


Pease, Tom M 463 


Phillips. Bobbie J. 


Porter. Cynthia M 


Orem. Stuart W. 


Parker. Bill J 487 


Pearler, Darrell G 580 


Phillips, Claude B. 


Porter, Glen A 


Oren, Thomas A. 


Parker. Deborah C. 


Peavler.J B, Jr. 


Phillips, David L. 543 


Porter. Janice F. 543 


ORGANIZATIONS 317 


Parker. Deborah K. 


Peavler, Larry J, 463 


Phillips, Diane L. 580 


Porter. Ronald L. 


Orleck. Richard J 


Parker, Diana K 


Peck, Cindy A. 404. 580 


Phillips. DinoW 514 


Porter. SheliaG, 515 


Orman. Donna E 513 


Parker. Francis K 


Peck. Patricia G. 


Phillips, Edna 


Portune, Mary K 351,494 


Orman. Kenneth D 462 


Parker. Fred N 


Peck, Paul G. 


Phillips. Francis P. 


Portwood, Paula R. D. 


Orme, Wilham T. 


Parker. Katharine F 


Peck. William C 


Phillips, Jane M. 


Posey, Kairicia A 


Ormes. Demse 409 


Parker, Kathryn J. 


Pecora, Mary M 


Phillips. Janet P 


Potter. Clara B. 


Ormes, Joseph G 579 


Parker, Lisa D. 


Pecsek. Steven G 


Phillips. John C. 


Potter. Elizabeth A. 543 


Ormes. Karen D 340.513 


Parker. Michelle 


Peddicord. Gary R 


Phillips, John H 


Potter. Frank E. 


Orr. Harrison R 


Parker. Molly J 396. 580 


Peddicord. John A 


Phillips, Juanita 


Potter, Lisbeth J. B. 


Orttenburger. Clar,k K 


Parker. Patricia A. 366, 463 


Peddicord. Martha J. 


Phillips. Kathleen M. 366. 580 


Potter.MaxieC. 580 


Ortien burger. Susan G 


Parker. Phyllis M. 


Peebles, Joanna 244, 388, 4 1 1 


Phillips. Knsty 332 


Potts, James A 


Os born. Donna K 


Parker, ThelmaD. 344,580 


Peel. Barry W 


Phillips, Laura K. 


Potts, James C. 


Osborn, Kathy A. 542 


Parkey. Rosalee R 


Peercy. Gary D. 


Phillips. Lee A. 


Potts, Nancy E. 46S 


Osborne, Anthony P 


Parkey, Terry W 


Peers, Delores A 


Phillips, Leslie D. 


Potts. Richard A 


Osborne, Cathy 


Parkins. Beverly J. 


Pelfrey. Dallas L 


Phillips, Lou A. 


Poulos, Sheila A. 


Osborne. Glenna M 


Parks, Barbara L 


Pelly. Phyllis B. 463 


Phillips. Margaret R 


Powel, Donald A 4S8 


Osborne. Gregory A 337 


Parks, Cheryl F 


Peltier, Joyce E. 514 


Phillips, Mary A. 


Powell, Betsy M. 


Osborne. John L 


Parks, Connie G 


Pena. Richard L. 


Phillips, Micheal E. 


Powell, Carl E. 


Osborne, Leonard S 421,513 


Parks. Donald W 


Pena. Stephany L 514 


Phillips, Nancy R 


Powell, Charles N. 


Osborne, Linda P 


Parks. Felecia L 


Pence. Stephen B 514 


Phillips. Pamela S. 


Powell. David M. 


Osborne, Maggie J 


Parks, James C 


Pence, Susan H 543 


Phillips. Rebecca L. 243. 250. 251. 


Powell. Donald L. 


Osborne. Rebecca P 


Parks. Jarmilia A 


Pendergrass, Elizabeth 543 


465 


Powell. Eula A 


Osborne. Rowena 


Parks. Jeffrey J 542 


Pendleton, Robert J 


Phillips. Roy M 


Powell. Gary L. 358. 465 


Osborne, Roy P 


Parks. Jerry L 487 


Pendygraft, Larry G. 


Phillips, Samson W, 


Powell. J. C. 160. 165 


Osborne, Sandra G R, 249 


Parks. Juran D 


Pendygraft, Robert 356 


Phillips. Scott D. 


Powell, Judith A. 


Oschwald, Deborah L. 579 


Farks, Mark S 


Peniston, Uoyd W 313.356,514 


Phillips, Susan D. 593 


PoweU. Judith B 465 


Oser, Jonathan D 


Parks. Michael S. 


Penn. Jacqueline S 


Phillips. Thomas D 


Powell. Karen E. 


Osland. Kim R. 366.513 


Parks. Rebecca A 330 


Penner. Duane T 


Phillips. Wayne 465 


Powell. Lisa J. 581 


Osley, Anna P 579 


Parks, Russell T 


Pennington, Charles O 543 


Philon. Edell 


Powell, Lynn L. 581 


Ostwalt, Deborah J. 513 


Parks, Timothy L 


Pennington, Ernest L 282 


Philpot, EdmondF 


Powell, Michael C. 


Ostwalt, Melinda A 


Parman, Robei 1 J 


Pennington. James L 


Philpot, Rose M. 


Powell, Nancy E. 581 


Otis. Gregory A. 


Parretl, Teresa A 


Pennington. Leslie T. 


Philpot t. Roberts 580 


Powell, Pamela A 


Otis, John A. 


Parrish. Constance J. 102.366,419 


Pennington, Marion R 243.464 


PHI MU 350 


Powell, Patty A.J. 


Ott. Jacky A, 


Parrish. Dale M 326,506.514 


Pennington. Pamela P. 514 


PHI MU ALPHA 248 


Powell. Richard B.. Jr 


On. Richard M. 327.462 


Parrish, Steve H 


Penny, Linnette S 543 


Phipps. James T 


Powell. Sarah J. 


Ott. Robin D 579 


Parrott, Ernest W. 


Pentecost, Fred L. 


Phipps, Janey P 


Powell, VirginiaS. 


Ott. Rose M. 579 


Parrott, John M 580 


Penyin. Jerome R 


Phipps, Marcella J 


Power, Robert C. 


Otte, Dana B 


Parrott, Linda G. 


Perazzo. Suzanne E 366 


Phipps, Steven L, 


Powers. Frank M, III 355, 581 


Otten. Becky S 356.542 


Parsons, Amanda C 542 


Perez, Diana L. D 


Phipps, Van M 


Powers, Fred J., Jr. 


Otten.JaneL. 515 


Parsons, Clifford R. 


Perez. Michael E 


PHI UPSILON OMICRON 246 


Powers. Georganne 581 


Otto. Gloria P 


Parsons. Donald E 


Pergrem. Maria L 


Phoenix, Larry A. 


Powers. James W.. Jr. 


Otto. Susan A 239. 344. 356. 


Parsons. Janice M. 463 


Perkins, Benjamin M. 


Piazza, Vincent J. 554, 580 


Powers, Linda R. 242, 543 


369. 462 


Parsons, Jeannine M 


Perkins, David G 293 


Pickett. Jane D 


Poynter, Amy 366 


Ouelleite, Eugene C 


Parsons, John H 


Perkins. Dennis T 293 


Pickett, Uoyd V . Jr. 


Poynter. Vivian L. 543 


Ousley, Danny L 462 


Parsons, Kathy J 463 


Perkins. Douglas E 


Pickett, William H 364 


Prachankadee. Vimolth 


Ousley, GreJey D 


Parsons, KimberleeJ 5S0 


Perkins. Forde 


Pickett, William R. 514 


Pracht, Richard D. 


Ousley. Mary K 


Parsons. KimberleeJ 


Perkins. Fred A 339,514 


Pickle, Shannon R 


Prager, Manbeth 581 


Overall, Dana C 398.579 


Parsons, Lawrence R 


Perkins, Happy R 580 


Pickrell, Edward M. 


Prall. Thomas R. 593 


Overbay. Ef f le J 


Parsons. Susan D 351 


Perkins, Janet E. 543 


Pickrell. Gerald W 


Prater, Bobby R- 


Overbee, Sandra K. S. 542 


Parsons. William J 


Perkins. Janna L 


Pickrell, Karen E. M 246 


Prater, Bruce W 


Overly, Charles E, 579 


Parten. Diana L. 542 


Perkins, Joe M 


Piepmeier, Paula D 396 


Prater. Carolyn S. 


Overrruller. James M 363, 462 


Partin; Billie C. R. 


Perkins. Judith L 228, 383, 464 


Pierce, Denise A. M 


Prater, Danny L 


Overmyer. Donna L. 


Partin. Jack K.Jr 242.543 


Perkins. Marva K. 


Pierce. George D 487 


Prater, Debra C 


Overstreet, Paula J 356 


Partin, Linda J. 


Perkins. Merle D 


Pierce, Gerald L. 


Prater. Dennis J L 


Overstreet. Rebecca M 


Partin. Linda S. 580 


Perkins, Michael E 


Pierce. Janetta G. 580 


Prater. Gloria J. 


Overstreet, Saundra M 


Partin, Thomas E. 463 


Perkins, Nancy C 242. 543 


Pierce, Lawrence 


Prater. Kathy 


Owen, Laurie A, 


Partlowe. Janet S. 


Perkins, Peggy A. 580 


Piercefield, Deborah 543 


Prather. Helen G. 


Owen, Morris W 


Partridge. Carol F. 242, 545 


Perkins, Richard E 


Piercy, Deborah S R. 


Prather, Marcus W. 




Pascal, Arthur L. 400. 580 


Perkins, Ricky L. 464 


Piercy, Lawrence C 514 


Prather, Roberta F. 515 


Owen. Richard T 542 


Pasierb, David E. 358, 463 


Perkins, Robert O 


Piersol, David J. 


Prather. Sally J 243.382.383. 


Owens. Charles A 


Patel. Pravinkumar I 244, 487 


Perkins, Sue M. 


Pierson. Gary L. 


565 


Owens. Dennis 287 


Patrick, Arnold R 


Perkins, TammieS. 580 


Pierson. Larry D 


Prather, Sharon K 543 


Owens, Frances R 


Patrick. Delores L 


Perkins. Thomas R. 543 


Pigg, Craig L 580 


Preece. Terry L. 


Owens. Julia B. 407. 542 


Patrick. Dennis R. 


Perkinson, Steven R 


Pigg, Jerrold C. 487 


Presley. Billy G. 


Owens. Karen 


Patrick, Jackie A. 494 


Perlow, Michael B. 


Pigman, Dwight M 


Fresneli. Glen 288 


Owens, Larry B 358 


Patrick, Larry L 514 


Perrin, Rachel E. 


Pike, Charles M. 543 


Preston, Betty P. 


Owens, Linda G 


Patrick. Leora J 463 


Perrot, Mary C 


Pike, Mike 242 


Preston, Billy 114,115 


Owens, Linda N 


Patrick. Robert S 


Perry, Ann F. 


Pike. Robert E, 


Preston, Gary D. 


Owens, Monte H 


Patrick, Sherri M. 


Perry, Deborah K 514 


Pimolwatana, Chairal 487 


Preston. George E, 


Owens, Paula L 


Patrick, Steve R. 


Perry, Georgette M. 


Ping, Howard L 


Preston, Gane G- 581 


Owens, Ronnie K 513 


Patrick, Tracy R. 


Perry. Patricia C, 394, 397, 514 


Pinkston. Charles T 


Preston. Karen G 581 


Owens. Stephen E 514 


Patrick. Vicki L. 245, 463 


Perry. Ricky L. 356. 368 


Pinkston, Sharron M 514 


Preston. Michael 


Owings, William R 193.355,514 


Patrick, Vivian S, 


Perry, Robert L 


Pinkston. Stephen T 


Prewiit. Curtis W 


Owmgs, Wyndy L. 


Patrum. Scova L. 514 


Perry. Rodney T 358, 543 


Pipal.JillP 


Prewitt. Janice K 


Owsley, Jo A. 487 


Pattanaik, Ladukesh 


Perry, Wanda F 


Piper. Colleen A. L 


Prewitt. Patty F. 543 


Owsley, John E 


Pattaniak, Sabita 


Persley, Beverly L 


Piper, James A 


Price. Charles J, Jr. 


Oyer, Michael T 


Patterson, Bobby W. 247, 580 


Pesci, William L 406,580 


Pipes, Howard J 593 


Price, Delores A, 




Patterson. George D 


Peters, Anneua R 


Piro. Edward C 401,402,543 


Price. Desia C. 


— P — 


Patterson. Guy R 


Peters. David M. 363, 464 


Pitakos, Barbara D 243,406,465 


Price, Jackie J. 543 




Patterson, Ira S. 


Peters, David P 464 


Pit i, Susan F 


Price, Jerry L. 


Pace. Betty F 


Patterson. Janice L 465 


Peters, Debra A 


Pittman, Garnett L 465 


Price. Jo Ann 543 


Pace, Brenda G 


Patterson, John P 


Peters, Donald B 


Pittman, Michael D 


Price, JohnB. 


Pace, Deborah F 


Patterson, Rachel F 593 


Peters, Harold D 


Pitts, Sherry J 


Price. John F. 581 


Pace, Jean R. 385. 542 


Patterson, Raymond R. 543 


Peters, James J 543 


Pitts, Thomas 260 


Price, Unda G. 543 




Patterson, Tim B. 


Peters, Samuel L., Jr. 514 


Pitz. Stephen A. 


Price. Marian L. 


Pace, Larry R 


Pattie, Helen T. 


Peters, Suzanne 


Pitzer. Deborah L 580 


Price. Nancy 465 


Pace, Rose N. 


Pattbon. Stanley E. 314 


Peters, Teresa L 


Piatt, RitaG 580 


Price. Roger D. 


Pace, Shirley F, 187 


Patton. Carl C 


Peterson, Esther J 326.514 


Plouffe, John E. 


Pnce, Ruth M. 581 


Pace, Tommy 


Patton, Charles G 


Peterson. Eugene M . Jr 580 


Plummer, Deborah L 413, 543 


Price, Thomas G 465 


Pacey, William E. 580 


Patton, Connie J 


Peterson, James W. 


Plummer. E. G. 


Price. William R 465 


Pack, Hubert N 


Patton, Connie L. 


Peterson, Joan N 


Plummer. James K 


Pnchard, Mike D 


Pack. Janet T 542 


Patton, Curtis L. 


Peterson. Robert W. 332. 337. 514 


Plummer, Mary L 543 


Pridemore. William K 


Pack, Pamela L 243. 388. 462 


Patton. Franklin C 


Peterson. Thomas R 


Pounkett, Stella A 


Priestley. Jon K- 


Pack, Paul D. 


Patton, Glenda B 


Peterson, Velma S. 


Poe. Elmer C, Jr. 


Proffitt. George P 


Padgett, Connie L 


Patton, Patricia J 


Petit, IngeborgG. 


Poe, Howard D 580 


Prof fitt, Mary E. 


Page, Bettye J 


Patton. Paul R 543 


Petiti, Gary M. 


Poffenberger, Donald 465 


Proffitt. Paul C. 24S 


Page, Charles E. 


Patton, Rodney L 


Peiot. John S 


Pogue, Michael L 


PROGRESS418, 419 


Page. Hubert M., Jr. 


Paul. Darrell F. 


Petrey, Lanny C 464 


Poindexter. Vivian F 515 


Pruden. James O . Jr 


Page. Richard B 


Paul, Donald J 


Petrey, Tommy L. 464 


Polhemus. Raymond W. 580 


Prueitt, George C 


Pageit, Kathy J 542 


Paul, Gerald E. 


Pettit, Steve R 


Polin, Mary A 


Pruitt. Edward K 


Paine, Robert A. 462 


Paulm, Donald A. 294,487 


Pettrey, Rebecca L. 


Poling. Robert D 


Pryor. Lary D- 398. 399 


Palahumch. Jennifer 542 


Paulson, Allan T 


Petty, Ronald K 580 


Polk, Mary C 


Pryse. Joe F 


Palen. Kenneth G 419. 514 


Pavese, Dara A. 383, 580 


Peyton. Pamela A. 324 


Pollard. Thelma 


Pryse. Martha L. 


Paleologos, Stacy 462 


Pavlica. Karen M 


Pfaadt, Richard L. 


Poilett. David L. 580 


PSICH1251 


Palko. Edmund J. 


Pawley. Wayne B 


Pfalzgraf, Linda M 464 


Pollute. Jan P. 344 


PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT 20 


Palm, Beth A. E 


Payne, Charles A 


Pfalzgraf.RaiphF.il 


Pollock. Nell M 


Puckett. Bobby E 


Palm, James R 514 


Payne, Daniel D. 580 


Pfister. Andrea H. 580 


Polsgrove, Jennie W. 


Puckett. Lela J 465 


Palm, Jeffrey 353 


Payne, John H. 463 


Phelps, Beverly A. 465 


Polvino, Gen 299 


Puckett, Mary J 413,465 


Palm. Melody L. 580 


Payne, Joseph O 514 


Phelps. Beverly S, 580 


Pomeroy. Steven M 307, 309, 465 


Puckett. Stephanie K 581 



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Puckett. Thomas W 


Rader, Janet M 


Puckett, WinfredG 


Rader, Jean P. K. 


Puett. Pamela A. 


Rader, Terry E. 


Puffer. Roger C 363, 581 


Rader, AJIen 416, 581 


Pugh, Jenny L. 


Radford, Homer, Jr 


Pugh, Rebecca A 


Radford, Linda 


Pullen, Robert D 


Rafford, Brenda J. 


Pullen.Ruth A. 


Ragland, Barry W 


Pulliam, Carol B. 515 


Ragland. Beverly L. 


Pulliam. Dwighl D. 


Rahmani.Qutabudd.nN 


Pulliam. Lu Ann 581 


Raines, Judy G 


Pulliam, Michael L 355, 465 


Rainey. Diane 330 


Pulliam, Stephen V 




Pullins. Edward T. 


Raines, Barbara D 543 


Puma, Cheryl A. 


Rains, Diane 242 


Pureed. Louanna N 


Rains, Eugene D 593 


Purcell, Paul H 


Rains, Kathleen S 581 


Purcell, Rodney D 


Rains. Linda S. 465 


Purkins, Vickie L. 543 


Rains, Vernon M 


Purvis. George R 


Rainwater, Harold L 


Push, Stephen C. 515 


Raleigh, Dennis R. 465 


Putananon.Chanudet 244 


Raleigh, Vana S. 


Pulton, Emilio A. 293 


Raley.Tern L 


Putty. Harry D 


Rail, James B. 


Putty, Patricia A. 515 


Ralston, Jeffrey C. 543 


Pyle, Gary L. 


Ralston, John M 593 


Pyles. Dan B 


Ralston, Thomas A. 


Pyles, Loran R 


Rambicure, Peggy A 330, 494 




Rambo, Susan K 326.581 


-Q- 


Ramey, Don T 363 


Ramey. Jennifer L 


Quadri, Habeeb 


Ramey, Karen L. 247, 408. 46 


Quail. Karen S 344 


Ramey, William R. 


Quails. Jenny C 


Ramirez, Michael F 581 


Quails. Kathy 581 


Ramm, Jean E 


Quarles, David A. 465 


Ramsay, David H. 


Quarles, James B 


Ramsdell, Jan H. 


Quasem, Setara 


Ramsey. Alberta K 


QUEEN ATHENA 103 


Ramsey, Dinah G 


Queen, Sally S 515 


Ramsey, Donna L. 544 


Quick, Bruce W 


Ramsey, James F , Jr 


Quick, Patricia L 543 


Ramsey, Joyce M 


Quick. William 543 


Ramsey. Larry E 581 


Qmgg. Daniel L 244,420.515 


Randall. Cynthia M. 


Quiggins. Sharon E. 


Randall. Louis C. 355 


Quillen, BrendaG 391 


Randolph, Susan G 581 


Quillen, Charles E 


Raney, Luie M. 515 


Quillen, Emily A S 


Rankin, Chen D. 581 


Quillen, NadaC 391, 515 


Rankin, Helen K. 


Quinlan, Patrick T 


Rankin. James W 593 


Quinn, George 176 


Rankin, John W. 544 


Quinn, Jessie C 


Rankin, Margaret G 544 


Qu.nn, Manann 


Rankin, Norman G 407 


Quinn. Marion D 


Rankin. Robert A. 


Quinn. Martha L 410,515 


Rankin, William T 


Quinn. Patrick M. 


Ransdell, Charles E. 


Quire, Eddie L 515 


Ransdell, Trudy G. 


Quire, Melony E. 581 


Ransom, Renee D. 


— R— 


Ransom, Willene E, 


Ranvier, Gene A. 


Raabe. Stephen T 217,364 
Rabiee, All 


Rapier, Wendell L 413, 581 
Rapp, Joseph E., Jr. 


Rabuzzi, Paul D. 515 


Rapplean, Greg A. 


Rack, Kathryn M. 
Rack, Peggy L. 330. 581 


Rasbach, Barbara E. 
Rase, Mark E. 
Rash, Jan 
Rasmusson, Kenneth S. 


Radenheimer, Janet L. 
Rader, Barbara S, 581 



Rasner, Ellis E 


Reil2. James G 


Riddlebarger. Diana J 494 


Ratcliff, Amy L. 494 


Releford, Marv.n R 


Ridenour. Debora S 344 


Raicliff, William R. 


Remy. Sandra K 


Ridenour, Maria F. 413, 582 


Rathgaber, Kurt R 


Rench. John F 


Ridei, Bruce M, 


Ratledge, Carolyn L 515 


Rench, Sue E. W 


Rider, Richard D..Jr 515 


Ralliff, Barry M. 


Reneau, Richard H 582 


Ridgeway, Edna E. 


Ratliff. David 544 


Renfro, Constance L 


Ridgeway. Lora C 


Ratliff, Erma D. 544 


Renfro, Dorothy M. 


Ridgley, Patrick E. 


Ratliff, Frederick C 


Renfro, Virgil, Jr. 


Ridings. Betty J. 


Ratliff, James O. 


Repperl, Carolyn 466 


Riegler, Randall A 


Ratliff, Jan E 


Retzlaff. Craig L 282 


Riehl. Mary P 


Ratliff, Jeff 


Reuss, Robert P. 


Rieker. Mildred M 


Ratliff, John K. 


Revere. John H. 256, 260 


Riffe, David J 


Ratliff. Laura R. 


Reyes, Theresa P. 244, 582 


Riffe, Gwendolyn 328, 466 


Ratliff, Lurlene 


Reynolds, Barry E. 


Riffe. Jamet, S 544 


Ratliff, Mary A 


Reynolds, Betty J. 


Riffe, Karen R 326, 544 


Ratliff. Richard R. 


Reynolds, Beverly J. 515 


Riffe. Nancy 177 


Ratliff, RosalynA. 593 


Reynolds, Carolyn 


Riffle, Paul D. 466 


Ratliff, Ruth A 


Reynolds. Christine E 582 


RIFLE TEAM 296 


Ratl.fr, Sidney G 


Reynolds, Cynthia L 351, 544 


Rigg.ns. Jane A 


Ratliff, Teresa L. 582 


Reynolds, Dan C 


Riggle, Christine K 466 


Ratliff, William J. 515 


Reynolds, David M 


Riggs, Barbara K C. 


Rattananont, Vanida 


Reynolds. Eric W 


Riggs, CaioleE 360. 366 


Rattner, Martha A. 


Reynolds. Eugene P 


Riggs, Catherine F. 


Rausch. Mary J. 330 


Reynolds. Gregory R. 390. 5 1 5 


Riggs, Denise 


Rawlings. Charles C. 


Reynolds. Harold D. 


Riggs, Elizabeth L 


Rawl.ngs, Irene G. 


Reynolds, Isaac 488 


Riggs, Glenn H 


Rawlings, Karen S 


Reynolds, Jeffrey 


Riggs, Gregory L 582 


Rawl.ngs, Kevin R. 


Reynolds, Kathy L. 


Rigs, Margaret 1. 


Rawlings, Sarah F 187,410.465 


Reynolds, Kathy L 


R.ggs. Patty L 260.366.466 


Ray, Amon S , Jr 


Reynolds, Kendall D 488 


Riggs, Stephen R 


Ray. David K 


Reynolds. Linda J 51S 


Rigney. Jane M 


Ray, Debra D 


Reynolds, Marilyn S. 


Rigsby. Bruce 593 


Ray, John T. 


Reynolds, Mark H. 544 


Rigsby, Kennith B. 


Ray, Lisa A 582 


Reynolds, Melissa L. 


Rigsby, Miriam L 


Ray, MichaelS 515 


Reynolds, Robert D 544 


Riley. Alfreda 544 


Ray, Pamela A. M 


Rhea. Alfreda J 


Riley, AnneattaG. 582 


Ray, Richard D. 515 


Rhea. James R 


Riley. Carolyn J 330 


Ray, Ricky B. 582 


Rhea, Vera F. 582 


Riley, Daniel C. 515 


Ray, Ronald L 


Rhoades, Cynthia J 


Riley. Georgetta 5983 


Ray. William F 


Rhoades. Donna M. 544 


Riley. James S 


Rayburn. Patsy A 544 


Rhoades, Mark E. 


Riley, Peggy A 


Rayburn, Terry D 


Rhoads. Michael W. 


Riley. Stephen 


Raymond, Barbara L. 


Rhode, Bruce R. 


Riley, Thomas J, 466 


Raymond. Deborah A. 330 


Rhodes, BynoR.,11 


Riley, William 


Ra2or, Lucia C. 


Rhodes, Carl A. 


Rintoul,MarjoneE. 


Read, James W 


Rhodes, Karen L 


Rios, Joanne 


Reader, Garry L. 


Rhodes, Sally R. 


Ripperdan. Manferd K. 515 


Reagan, Jennifer L. 344. 544 


Rhodes, Stephen D 


Risher. Beatrice M 246, 466 


Ream. Bradley C. 544 


Rhodes. Viki L 582 


Risher, Ge r je A 


Ream, Sid A 


Rhodes. Yvonne D 582 


Risk. Lynn 409 


Reams, Blanche E, D 


Rhodus, Donna C 


Risk. Margaret L. 466 


Reams. Karen G 


Rhodus, Harry D. 


Risner. Daniel 


Reams. Teresa A. 


Rhodus, John L. 466 


Risner, Mear! T 


Reasor, Edward D 


Rhoton, James K. 


Risner. Pamela J. 


Reaves, Jenny L. 


Rhoton. James R. 


Risner, Samuel 


RebUas, Thomas J, 465 


Rhudy. Sandra S. 


Rison, Freda J. 583 


Rebmann.PaulC 387,465 


Rhymer, Timothy F. 387 


Rilchey. Barry 


Rebold. Patricia A. 243. 247. 298, 


Rice, Andrew W. 349, 466 


Ritchie, Cathy J 583 


366.465 


Rice, Betty A. 


Ritchie, Charlcye J 


Rector, Garry R 


Rice, Betty K. 466 


Ritchie. David T 515 


Rector, Naomi J 515 


Rice, Brenda S. 


Ritchie. Deborah D, 494 


Redden, Bobbie H 


Rice. Charles A 


Ritchie, Marney D 515 


Redden. William E 


Rice. Charley J 


Ritchie, Terry L. 


Reddy, Etta L. 


Rice, Donna G 


Rittenour, John T„ Jr. 391 


Redenck, James A. 


Rice. Helen M. 515 


Ritter, Kenneth M. 355 


Redinger, Joseph R 


Rice, Henry S. 


Ritter, Rose M 


Redwine, Joel D 


Rice. Leo 360 


Rivers, Frederick A. 


Reece, Kimberly S 


Rice, Linda D. 


Roach. Beth M. 


Reece, Sharon F 


Rice. Ora E 


Roach. Charles A. 


Reed, Alan W 


Rice, Paul R. 


Roach. Doris A. 382. 515 


Reed. DamitaY. 


Rice, Pauline A. 


Roach, Kathryn J, 340. 515 


Reed, Deborah L. 246, 388 


Rice, Pauline C. 


Roach. Robert P 


Reed, Gloria G. 494 


Rice, Robert L, Jr. 


Roach, Stephanie A. 


Reed. Gwendolyn S. 


Rice, Robin L. 


Roaden, Darrell R 


Reed, Jeanne E 


Rice, Roy V. 544 


Roaden, Raymond 


Reed. Jeffery L. 


Rice, Sanford. F. 364 


Roane, Frances E 


Reed, Jeny L. 


Rice, Stephen M 


Roark. Charles 293 


Reed. Joellen 515 


Rice, Susan P. 544 


Roark. Irene L. 410, 515 


Reed, John A. 


Rice, Teresa A. 


Roark. Laura C. 466 


Reed, Louis 


Rice, Vanda L. N. 


Roark, Mary L. 515 


Reed, Mary L. 466 


Rich, Gerald A. 582 


Roark, Rune N. 26 


Reed, Michael E 360 


Richards, Clayton L. 


Roark. Roger W 488 


Reed. Mildred T. 


Richards. Peggy A. 


Roark. Robert 293 


Reed, Patricia J 


Richards. Virginia J. 382. 392. 494 


Roark, Terry L. 466 


Reed, Patricia L. 


Richardson. Brenda S. 


Robards, Terry P 


Reed, Sharon E. 




Robbms, Deborah J. 


Reed, Susan L. 


Richardson! Cynthia L. 340 


Robbins. Earl L.. Jr. 488 


Reed, Wilma L. 544 


Richardson, Deborah L 466 


Robbins. George E. 


Reeder, Charles R 


Richardson, Eric D 


Robbins. Mary A. 


Reeder. Cheryl A 


Richardson, Jacquelyn 582 


Robbins, Trudy D. F 


Reeder, Chris R. 293 


Richardson, Joe M. 


Roberson. Arthur F. 466 


Reel, Charles N 


Richardson, Joseph E 544 


Roberson. Karen L. 544 


Rees, Thomas E 


Richardson. Keith D. 582 


Roberts, Anthony R. 


Reese, Dwight B. 


Richardson. Kenneth D. 


Roberts, Carolyn H. 


Reese, Gregory V 


Richardson, Larry L. 


Roberts, Claudia L. 344. 466 


Reese, James A. 466 


Richardson, Orestes 368, 466 


Roberts, Clayton 


Reese, Mary E. 


Richardson, Patsy S 


Roberts, Daniel B- 


Reese, Nicholas A. 


Richardson, Roger G. 


Roberts, David M. 


Reese, Richard E. 


Richardson. Sharon S. 466 


Roberts. Deborah H. 


Reese, Robert J 


Richardson, Sheila A. 


Roberts. Debra I 


Reeves, Anna S. 


Richardson, Sylvia F 593 




Reeves. Don G. 


Richardson. Verna C. 515 


Roberts. Gary L. 


Reeves. James P 466 


Richardson, Virginia 


Roberts, Gregory L 583 


Reeves, Janice E. 


Richardson, Wade H 


Roberts, Harold K. 


Reeves. Lonnie C. 


Riche, Charles T 


Roberts, Imogene C 


Reeves, Nelda R 


Richerson, Janice E 


Roberts, J. W., Jr. 


Reeves, Sue J 


Richeson, Angela R. 327, 466 


Roberts, James W 467 


Refbord. Thomas P., Jr 


Richey, Eula M, 


Roberts. Jennings A, 


Reffett. Renee A 


Richie. Pamela S. 


Roberts, John S. 356, 363 


Reffitl, David P. 


Richie. Randy M. 


Roberts, Jonathan D. 


Reffitt, Douglas E. 466 


RICHMOND FIRE 80. 81 


Rober is. Karen B. 


Reffitt, WedomaL. 


Richmond. Joyce M 


Roberts. Keith 356. 568 


Rehkamp, Dianne M 466 


Richmond, Mary C 253 


Roberts, Margaret M 


Rehkamp, Jeanne M. 


Richmond, Rickie R 


Roberts. Norma J 


Rehkamp, Mary E. 582 


R.chter. Robert K 326 


Roberts. Rebecca A_ 


Reichard. Kathy A. 582 


Richtmyer, Edward C. 544 


Roberts, Rickie 


Reichert, Marcia M. 


Ricke, Barbara A 231,239,244, 


Roberts, Ronnie R. 400 


Reid. Deborah A. 544 


340.374.411.466 


Roberts, Roy L, 583 


Reid, Eddie M. 


Rickerd, Thomas J 


Roberts. Sammy O- 


Reid, Edith H 


Rickett, Helen E. 488 


Roberts, Sandra F 


Reid, James F. 


Ricketts. Becky B 340, 466 


Roberts, Shirley S 383,408,515 


Reid, John C 


Riddle. Eddie G. 582 


Roberts, Stanley L 


Reid. Paula K. 544 


Riddle, Michael D 358. S44 


Roberts, -Teresa M. 


Reid. Wanda V 


Riddle, Nancy F. 


Roberts, Terry A. 260 


Reilly, Edward B 346. 368, 544 


Riddle, Sherrie L 


Roberts. Vicki S 302 


Reinle, John F 466 


Riddle, Stephen G 


Roberts, Wayne T. 


Reinle, Mary L 


Riddle. TerrUlR. 515 


Roberts. William D. 


Reinstedler. Kathenn 466 


Riddle, William R. 


Roberts. Wilma J. C. 



Index and Directory 629 



Robertson, Catharine 
Robertson, David W\ 
Robertson, John L. 515 
Robertson. Lynn S. 
Robertson, Melissa B 515 
Robertson, Nancy P. 
Robertson. Randall L 544 
Robertson. Sally H. 
Robertson, Victoria G 
Robinette, Gary D. 
Robinson, Barbara J. 
Robinson, Betty S. 583 
Robinson, Bryan L. 



Ross. Darlene D Y 245. 467 

Ross, Donna M 

Ross, George S. 

Ross, Jim K 230, 235. 360, 

406.419,467 
Ross, Marian P 
Ross. Marie C. 467 
Ross, Mary F 516 



Robinson, Carol S- 


Ross, William A,, 111 


Robinson. Charles D. 


Rothel. BiUie A. 467 


Robinson. Connie 544 


Rotiersman, Laurie K 


Robinson, Connie K. 583 


Roughton, Mica E 


Robinson, Daniel L. 


RounsaviJIe, Eddy A 


Robinson, Debra P. 515 


Rouse, John E 


Robinson, Donna J 


Rouse, Lucy W 


Robinson, Dorothy M. 


Rousey, Donna G. S. 


Robinson, Fred S. 515 


Rousey. Robert B 


Robinson, George E. 467 




Robinson. Howard 


Routien, Steve A. 


Robinson. Jacqueline 583 


Routledge, Andrea L. 237, 2 


Robinson. James G. 


Routson. Terry W 358. 469 


Robinson, James M.Jr 


Rowe, David A 


Robinson. Joan K 


Rowe, Franklin P 


Robinson, John L 


Rowe. Greg 242 


Robinson, John L. ■ 


Rowe. James G 


Robinson, Judy L. 544 


Rowe. Joseph R 


Robinson, Margaret V 


Rowe. Paul W. 


Robinson, Martha E. 544 


Rowe, Wayne A 


Robinson, Maine J. 467 


Rowland. H Mark 


Robinson. Michael D 515 


Rowland. Janet 340 


Robinson. Norma D 583 


Rowland. Kenneth R 469 


Robinson. Pamela J. 544 


Rowland. Margaret V. 


Robinson, Rita B. 516 


Rowland. Opal S 


Robinson, Rita G. 


Rowland, Roderick 


Robinson, Robert L. 467 


Rowland, Stephen D. 516 


Robinson, Ruth A. 


Rowland, Steve J 320,321. 


Robinson. Samuel J.. Jr. 253, 467 


Rowlett, Debra L 384 


Robinson, Sandra J 467 


Rowlett, Janet L 


Robinson. Sandra M 583 


Roweltt. Jeannetle G. 


Robinson, Sharon K. 


Rowlett, John D 167 


Robinson, Sharon L 583 


Rowlett, Sharon K. 469 


Robinson, Steven R 


Rowlette, Martha A, 516 


Robinson, Tern L 


Roy. GarnettG 


Robinson. Terry L. 


Rov. Kathy M. 


Robinson. Vancena R. T. 494 


Roy. Luther V 


Robinson, Wayne 


Roy. Rosaiee 


Robinson. William E. 


Royalty, James L 469 


Robinson. William J. 


Royalty. John T , Jr 469 


Roder. Philip W. 


Royalty, Kent W 383 


Rodgers. Brian J. 332 


Royalty, Patricia A. S. 


Rodgers. Charles E. 467 


Royalty. Robert D 356 


Rodgers, Danny C 


Royalty, William D 516 


Rodgers, David N. 356, 516 


Rozeman. Melanie 


Rodgers, Ellen L 467 


Ruangsuwan, Chanadda 244. 


Rodgers, Joaquin R 


Raungsuwan, Charupat 244. 


Rodgers. Vega L. 


Rubarts, Virginia A 


Rodriguez. Hector 


Rubin. Deborah A. 


Roe. Gary W. 282,308,467 


Rubin, Steven M 314 


Roe. Kenneth R 


Ruble, Allen K. 


Roe, Michael R 


Ruble. WOJeite E 


Roebuck, Kenneth C 


Ruby. Ernest A 


Roehm, Edward E. 


Ruby, Paula L 


Roesch, Harold F. 282 


Ruck. Nancy L. 


Roesch, Lawrence P 


Rucker, Donald B 


Roesel. Mary L. 344 


Rucker, Russell 


Rogers, Andrew T 


Rudd. Edward L 


Rogers, Barbara E 


Rudd, Elizabeth S 


Rogers, Betty D 


Rudder. Ernest R 


Rogers. Bonnie K 


Rudder, Nick D 


Rogers, Carl L, 516 


Rudder. Troy L. 


Rogers. Carl T 


Rue, Kenneth B 


Rogers. Dale W 


Rue. Rebecca J 488 


Rogers, Deborah L 


Ruf. Linda C 298 


Rogers. Hargus M 


Ruffing, ClaudetteW. 


Rogers, James L. 


Ruffley, Kathy A. 332.385 


Rogers, James W 


Ruggles. Janet K. 396 


Rogers. Jimmy C 


Ruhl, Joseph D. 516 


Rogers. John G„ 111260 


Rule, Esther T 


Rogers, Joseph G., Jr 


Rumpke, Chrystal V. 


Rogers, Kathie J. 488 


Runyon, David H 356 


Rogers, Kenneth R. 


Runy on, Phillip 


Rogers. Loyd M. 


Runyon. Randall H 


Rogers, Mary R 


Rupard, Howard E. 


Rogers. Maxine Y 


Rupe, Daniel L. 545 


Rogers, Melvin H. 


Rury, Lou R 488 


Rogers. Nellie F. 


Rusch, William M., Jr. 


Rogers, Patricia L. 243. 245. 406, 


Rush. Betty A. 


467 


Rush, Linda S 583 


Rogers, Sherry L E. 


Rush, Margaret P 516 


Rogers, Vickie E. 


Rush, Ted K. 


Rogers. William R. 467 


Rushbrook, Leland H 


Rogers, William T. 


Russ, Willa J 


Roland. Danny J. 


Russell, Cheryl A. 


Rolfes, Sandra D 


Russell, Cynihia A. 394 


Roll. Patricks, 


Russell. David L. 


Roller, Carol 


RusseU. Joe D 


Roller, James D 


Russell, Johnnie D 


Roller. Laura K. C. 247, 388. 516 


Russell, Marilyn L. 516 


Rollings, Rae P. 


Russell, Mona F. 545 


Romanelh. Mark 




Romanowuz, Byron 155 


Russell, Ricky K. 


Rommel, Calhryn A. 583 




Romohr, Mark C. 


Russell. Ronald L. 


Rosati. John A 


Rust. Jeffrey L 




Ruth, Loretta R 


Rose, Billy F. 


Ruth. Vicki L. 


Rose, Billy J. 


Ruth, William D 


Rose. Brenda K S. 


Rutledge, Robert A. 346 


Rose. Bruce L. 488 


Ryan. Arnold J. 


Rose. Curtis O 


Ryan, David D. 288 


Rose. Deborah J. 


Ryan, Jaclyn K 351 


Rose. Diana F. 


Ryan, James Jr 


Rose. Donna K. 583 


Ryan, John E, Jr. 488 


Rose. James D. 


Ryan, Kevin P. 326, 583 


Rose. Marcus L. 






— s— 






Rose. Ronald L 401 


Sabad, Dan A. 355 


Rose, Sally A 


Sabad, Garry A. 355, 516 


Rose, Wendell L 


Sabbatine, Raymond J. 


Roseberry, Patricia J, 516 


Sabie. Benita S. 193, 242. 54 


Rosenstein. Louis M 401 


Sackett, June A. 516 


Rosenstrom, E Joy 583 


Sacra, Christine E 


Ross. Brenda K, 252. 301 


Sadler. Amy J. 516 



Sadler, Shirley A 583 
SAE COUNTY FAIR 60 
Safi. Yagnesh K 



Salamone, Debora 
SaJera, Robert T, 356 
Salisbury. John A. 469 
Sallee, Diane F. 583 
Sallee. Karen J. 
Salmassi, Massoud 
Samad. Jack L. 545 
Samford. James L. 
Sammons. Barbara L. 366, 583 
Sammons, Glenna F. 469 
Sammons, Michael M. 593 
Samples. Edgar B. 



Sams, Thomas R. 

Sandage, Harry D. 

Sandefur. Mary V 

Sanders. Barbara J. 469 

Sanders, Clifford D 

Sanders. David 

Sanders, David C 583 

Sanders, Dwight D 

Sanders, Emily M 545 

Sanders, Frances C 

Sanders, Gregory H. 

Sanders, Jonathan L 

Sanders, Michael E 516 

Sanders, Randall P. 

Sanders, Sandrea K. 

Sanderson. John C 

Sanderson. Robert M. 216, 294. '. 

Sandford, Robert M. 

Sandidge, Bobby D. 

Sandidge, Henry B-, Jr. 355 

Sandlin, Brenda K. 516 

Sandlin. Grace S. 

Sands, Mark S. 516 

Sands, Martha F 228,243,245. 

396, 469 
Sands. Nancy A. 332, 385, 545 
Sanford. Stephanie L. 516 
Sanner, Monty R 
Sapp. Jerry R. 204 
Sapp, Judy F 
Sargent. Jackie A. 583 
Sargent, Sarah A. 
Sasso, Jane A. 
Satchwul, Linda K. 
Saitich. Deborah A. 583 
Saunders. Albert A 
Saunders, Deborah K. 
Saunders, Thomas B, 387 
Saunders, Thomas E. 469 
Saumer. William M. 
Savage. Denise D 583 
Savage. Kevin A 

Savage. Mark L 397 
Savage, Richard M 
Saxton, Darrell W. 346 
Saylor. David K 387, 469 
Saylor, Elisabeth N. 
Saylor. Mary A. L. 
Saylor. Robert L. 
Sayre, Edward E. 
SCABBARD AND BLADE 251 
Scalf. Brenda S. 
Scalf. David R 
Scalf, Elizabeth A 
Scalf. Vicki L 583 
Scanlon, Margarette B 
Scanbn. Paul E. 469 
Si arb ■! 'in!. Martha 1 
Scaringi, Gerard A 
Scarlott. David M 583 
Scarpino, Anthony P. 
Scavella. Terry L 



Schaad, Bruce B. 
Schaad. Kent M. 358 
Schaaf. Lauren E 
Schable, James M 
Schaffer. Judy A. 
Schaffer, Karen L. 
Schaffer, R>chard E. 356 
Schanen.BiUieJ. 330 
Scharf. Allen 



Schenkenfelder, Micha 
Schepman, Gregory A 
Schepman. Mary L 469 
Schepman. William R 469 
Scherrer. Daniel R. 469 
Scheurerman, Robert W. 



Schr.. 



. Deba 



t L. 545 



Scheui 






Schieman. Victoria L 
SchJdknecht, Pamela 
Schiller, Lawrence G. 
Schilling. Michael C. 356 
Schilling, Peter B. 
Schlachter, Claudia G 
Schleicher, Dana L. 
Schleifer, Marie L. 583 
Schlelem, Roxann 243. 245. 409. 

469 
Schmees. Georgette M 
Schmermund. Steven C, 
Schmidt, Betty J. 
Schmidt, Dorothy B. 
Schmidt, John L. 583 
Schmidt, John P 
Schmidt, John P 
Schmidt. MarkL. 583 
Schmidt, Mary A, 545 
Schmidt, Steve J. 

Schmitt, Gregory J. 2%. 358, 583 
Schnabel, Susan J. 



Schneider. Judith A. 253,351.469 
Schneider, Keith B. 346. 583 
Schneider. Rachelle M, 
Schneller, Frederick 
Schnorr, Theresa A. 
Schock.DebraA.3Sl.415. 516 
Schoenacker, Irving D 
Schoenleber, Jerry R 
Scholl. Mary L 240, 447, 469 
Schomaker, James B 360 
Schooler, Julia C 326. 583 
Schopfer, Gary J 
Schrock, Susan D 332. 385. 545 
Schroeder. Stephen E. 356, 583 
Schubert. Jean S 332. 516 
Schuchter, Angela L. 
Schuck, Kevin A. 
Schulte, Debbie K. 583 
Sehulte. Peggy A 
Schulte, Terence L. 516 
Schultes, Nancy R. 298, 583 
Schultz, Becky G 583 
Schultz. Donna A. 583 
Schultz, Thomas W 387. 593 
Schulze. Lou A, 583 
Schum, Roberta A 
Schum, Ruth A. 

. James D 474 

;er, Dorothy J 
>s. Louise M, 583 
;, John E 



Schw 



Th : 



Schweigert, Susan M 545 

Schweinberg, Stephani 

Schweitzer. Randall J. 469 

Schweitzer. Ronald L. 469 

Schwemlein, Judith A. 

Schwendeman. Herbert " 

Schwenke, Carol P. 360, 469 

Sciubba. Arthur J 282. 545 

Scoma, Camille R. 545 

Scopa, Joseph A.. Jr. 

Scott, Alice M 

Scott, Barbara J. 545 

Scott, Claude G 

Scott. Connie L. 

Scott, David L. 

Scott, Donald G. 

Scott, Ernest H 

Scott. Fred 290 

Scott, Gary L 

Scott, Janet K. 

Scott. Jimmy B. 

Scott, Leroy H., Jr. 397 

Scott, Leslie E. 545 

Scott. Deal 326 

Scott. Paula T. 

Scott. Robert 

Scott, Sara J R 

Scott. Susan L 516 

Scott, Susan W 516 

Scott, Terry J 

Scott, Tom 



Scott 



jR. Sl< 
-em E 



, Vim 



Scott. William D 
Scoville, Janice C. 
Scoville, Judith M 
Scruggs, James A 
Scruggs, William H. 
Scully, Timothy C. 
Scutchfield, Teresa K. I 
Seabree, James 106 
Seabrooks, Georgia A. 
SeaJsand Crofts 119 
Seaman. Christopher B. 



Searcy, Marsha J. 494 

Searcy. Teresa A. 469 

Searle, Dav]d M 

Searle. James E. 516 

Sears, Brenda J. 

Sears, John D 

Sears, Karen M. C. 

Sears. Kathy L. T. 516 

Sears, Ronald K. 

Sears. Susan C. 324. 366. 369, 

545 
Sears. Terry D. 
Seay, Betty H. 
Seay, Billy J 
Sebastian, Darvin E, 185 
Sebastian, Dianne A. 
Sebastian. Dorothy J. 
Sebastian, Mary T 
Sebastian. Vicki A. M. 
Sebor, Milos M. 
Sebor, Yana D 
Sebree, James E 349. 469 
Secrest. Dane W 
Secrist, Charles R. 
Secrist, Deborah A. 
Sedgley, Mary E J, 

Seesle, Herbert M 469 
Seevers, Blanche 113 
Segal. Constance L 
Segar. James O 270 
Segar, Philip 
Seibert. Nancy J. 584 
Seip, William H. 191,470 
Seiss. Beth A. 
Seiss. Steven R. 
Seiter, Ronald A 363. 375 
Seithers, Daniel M, 584 
Seithers, Stephen W 383. 390. 
Seitt, Jerrilyn 



, Tere 



1.470 



SEKAR, CHANDRA 191 
Sekura, Carol S 470 
Selby, Brenda F 



Self. Cynthia J 

Sellars, Charles W. 

Sellers, Deborah S. 

SeDers. Jerri E 247. 366. 470 

Sells, Lenora S. 470 

Sells. Sue 327 

Selm, Julie A. 584 

Seltsam. Jean C 545 

Selvidge, Miriam J- 593 

Semago, Ronald J 282. 346, 545 

Semone, Elzurah B. 

Senavinin, Somsak N 470 

SENIOR CITATIONS 228 

Senior Class 424 

Seniours. Valrie J. 545 

Senninger, Ralph B. 346, 545 

Sensabaugh, Dorothy A 

Sensabaugh, Lester R. 

Sergeant, Richard E. 

Sergeant. Shirley T. 

Sergent, Janice K. 

Sergent. Kathy L. 

Serowik. Anthony T 470 

Setser, June G 

Settles, Jeffrey K. 470 

Settles. Paul D. 

Severance. Danny E. 

Sewel], Eugene G. 327 

Sewell, James D. 

Sewel]. Sandra L. 

Sexton, David R. 

Sexton. Karen L. 470 

Sexton, Michael E. 

Sexton. Vicki E, 

Seyfrit, Paul L. 

Seyfnt. Teresa L. 

Seyle. Cathy M. 330, 545 

Shackelford, Janet R. 

Shackelford, Patrick 

Shadoan, Lowell G. 

Shafer. Carol J. 351 

Shafer, Denise A. 

Shaffer, Beverly A. 

Shaffer, Faye E.G. 

Shaffner, Timothy W. 

Shaheen. Joseph N. 

Shakib, Simin R. 470 

Shanes, Deborah J. R 

Shanes, Robert L. 

Shank. DanR. 358. 470 

Shank, Dorvin M. 

Shank, Rhonda L 

Shanklin, Carol D. 

Shanklin, Victoria F. 

Shanks, Patricia A 545 

Shanks. Vicki J. 

Shannon. Charles D. 

Shannon, Debra L 584 

Shannon, Steven R. 

Sharer. Jack A 

Sharman. Mark E. 339 

Sharon, Margaret M. 244.411. 546 

Sharon, Timothy K. 

Sharp, Brenda K. 

Sharp, Curtis L 

Sharp, Dolores J. 

Sharp, Freda J 

Sharp, Keith E. 

Sharp, KenitaM 584 

Sharp. Lincoln V. 

Sharp, Linda D. 470 

Sharp, Lloyd M 

Sharp, Martha A. 

Sharp. Peggy A 494 

Sharp, Richard L. 545 

Sharp. Stephen L. 

Sharp. Troy D 

Sharp, Virgil T. 

Sharp, William K 

Sharpe, Kathy J. 

Sharpe, Linda D, 584 

Sharpe, Richard P. 

Shaw. Diane D 

Shaw. Kevin R 400 

Shaw. Lela M 

Shaw, Leonard G , Ill 

Shaw. Yvonne J. 545 

Shay, Cathy L. 351.498,516 



Shearard. Kathy C 

Shearer, Deborah A 

Shearer, John C. 339 

Shearin. Peggy A 516 

Sheback, Tim W. 260 

Sheckels, Timothy W 

Sheetinger, Herbert L 

Sheets. Deborah Y. 

Sheets, Jeffrey A 584 

Shehan. Thomas G.. Jr. 

SheUley. Lucy E 252 

Shelby, Bennett 

Shelby, Charles W 

Shelby. Janet M 

Shelby. John B 

Shelby, Linda G F 

Shell, Martha L 

Shell enberger. Chas R. 

Shelley. Tom L 

Shelor, Damon P. 260 

Shelton. Dale E 

Shelton, Faith J 

Shelton, James R. 

Shelton. John D. 

Shelton. Lea A 546 

Shelton. Lillian R 584 

Shelton. Rhonda J 584 

Shelton. Theresa D 

Shepard. Daniel L 

Sheperson. John L. 

Shepherd, Bonnie E, 546 

Shepherd. Bryan K 

Shepherd. Cathie S 

Shepherd, Charmaine C 

Shepherd. David C 

Shepherd. James L 230.244.420. 



470 



.546 



03(1 Index and Directors' 



Shepherd, Oakie L 470 


Short, Roger D. 


Sims, Bruce 290, 291 


Slews, 


Cathy R. 


Shepherd, Omus 


Short, Seldon, Jr. 


Sims, Carlie L 


Slone, Charles, Jr. 


Shepherd, Pamela A. 249 


Short, Stella M. 


Sims, Jesse L 


Slone. George T. 


Shepherd, Patricia L. 494 


Shoiwell, Danny F. 


Sims. Julia A. 516 


Slone. Jacqueline J 


Shepherd, Philip E 248, 546 


Shotwell, Jerry L. 212,470 


Sims, Linda K 186 


Slone, James P 


Shepherd, Randy S. 


Should.ce, Jeffrey B 584 


Sims, Mark 282, 284 


Slone, John L 593 




Shouse, Georganna 


Sims, Ophelia L. 


Slone, Kenneth R 517 


Shepherd,' Sally J 


Shouse, William A. 


Sims, Robert L. 


Slone, Malcolm G 


Shepherd, Sandra K. 


Showalier, Bruce W. 584 


Sims. Thomas M. 517 


Slone, Sharon 1 


Shepherd, Trina F 


Showalter, Sheila K 342, 546 


Sims, Tom M. 


Sloneker. Tan L 340 


Sheriff. Warren C 


Shrode, James R. 


Sims. WiUard L. 248 


Slorp, Elizabeth L. 547 




Shrout, Clifton J. 


Sing, Leung Wing 244 


Slorp, Sara J 


Sherman Edward L 356, 470 


Shrout, David L. 


Singer, Craig S. 470 


Slusher, Deborah S 326, 517 


Sherman, Elizabeth H. 


Shrout, Larry W. 


Singh, BhabaniP. 


Slusher. Ernest T. 406, 584 


Sherman, Inman J., Ill 260 


Shrull, Connie D. 584 


Singlelary, Mary L 


Slusher, Ernestine M 584 


Sherman, James F 364, 584 


Shrull. Cynthia J 546 


Singlelary, Ned E 


Slusher, Floyd K. 471 


Sherman. Milissa A 546 


Shukla, Kanaiyalal M 


Singleton. Diane J. 517 


Slusher, Gary T 


Sherman, Richard L 


ShuU. Janet L. B. 


Singleton. Emuy L. K. 


Slusher, Leonard J. 


Sherman, Vivian R. 516 


ShuU, Terry L. 363, 516 


Singleton, Glenn B 584 


Slusher, Paul D 547 


Sherrard, Edward P.. Jr 470 


Shultes, Nancy 298 


Singleton, Judith 


Slusher, Sharon L. 247, 351. 47 


Sherrard, Eugene T 516 


Shultz, Martha A. 


Singleton, Larry L 


Slusher, Tina 326, 406 


Sherrill, William A. 294 


Shunnara, Samier E. 470 


Singleton, Regina G. 


Slusher, Tim 277 


Sherrod, Thomas H. 584 


Shuntich, Mary E. 


Singleton, Tern 


Small. Linda D 298,301,517 


Sherrod, Virginia T. 516 




Sinor, Elizabeth S 


SmaUey, Charles M 


Sherrow, Jerry W. 


Shupe, Edward E. 


Sinor, Louis D. 


Small wood, Edna R 


Sherwood, James W. 279 


Shuster. Robert M. 


Sipe. Norman W 


Smaltwood, Joyce M B 


Sheller, Carole R. 


Shutinger. Hub 364 


Sircle, Steve R. 547 


Small wood, Michael S. 


Shevelow. Susan J. 584 


Shutz, Sharon L 298. 584 


Sisk, Berton B. 


Smallwood. Sandra R 494 


Shew, Gilbert S. 


S.ckels, David H 


Sisk, Berton B 


Smart. Joe A 


Shew, James R. 470 


Sidebottom. James M. 


Sisson, Sharon A 


Smiley. Claudia M. 


Shew, Kathryn L 


Sidebotlom, Robert R. 


Sizemore, Brenda J 


Smith, Abram W 


Shew, Kathryn R. 


S.ebel, Linda L. C. 546 


Sizemore, Calloway 




M'.'H, I. 471 54 ■ 


Shew, Ralph D 584 


Siebel, Robert A 516 


Sizemore, Janice S 




Anthony G. 517 


Shields, Charlotte F 546 


Siebert. James E 




Smitl 


Arthur B. 356 


Shields, James R. 


Siers, Linda L 470 


Sizemore, Lee B 




Belinda S 


Shields, Jo A. 470 


Sievert, Deborah L. 584 


Sizemore, Margaret G. 517 


Smith 


Bennita J 471 


Shields, Margie A. 


Sievert, Gregory A 242, 546 


Sizemore, Marquetta 244.351,411 




Betty C 


Shields, Robin E. 


SIGMA ALPHA EPS1LON 357 


Sizemore, Onzie J, 






Shields, Thomas M. 


SIGMA CHI DERBY 50 


Sizemore, Patsy A 




Billy W 


Shinawatra. Thaksin 488 


SIGMA NU 359 


Sizemore, Thomas J. Jr 




Bobbie J 


Smndelbower, Daniel N. 1% 


Silk, David B. 






Brenda C 547 


Shmdelbower.GregR 401, 546 


Sills, Dennis M. 470 


Sizemore, Winfred R 






Shmdelbower, Paul D. 


Sills, Larry E 546 


Siolander, Douglas 326 


Smith 


Candice A 


Shingledecker, Jodi A. 


Silverman, TerriG. 332,442 


Skaggs, Betty L. 






Shinkle. Fred D 546 


Silvers, Rebecca J. 242 


Skaggs, Kerry D 




Charles A. 


Shipley, Steven R. 


Simandle, Sandra J, 


Skaggs, Richard L 


Smith 


Charles D 547 


Shipp, Charlton A. 


Simk.ns. William E. 364,517 


Skaggs, Roger B 




Chester B. 


Shipp, Karen B 


Simmerman, Deborah L. 398 


Skaggs, Timothy C 




Chester L. 


Shipp. Kevin K. 


Simmons, James L.. Jr. 


Skaggs, William F , 11 




Christopher S. 278, 279 


Shipp. Virginia D. 546 


Simmons. Vicki L. 


Skarosi, David A. 470 




Connie D. 584 


Shireman, Barbara E 340 


Simms, Patrick Q. 


Skedel, Deborah M. 253,488 




Connie S. 


Shirley. Carol Y. 


Simms, Paul H. Ill 


Skees. Jean M 334 




David A. 


Shirley, Susan L. 


Simon, William E 546 






David B 


Shirley, Travis D. 470 


Simonton, Samuel W. 


Skidmore, Brenda L. 




David E 


Shoaf, Shirley L. 546 


Simpson, Alicia B. 547 


Skidmore, James M. 




David E, 


Shobe, Janet W 


Simpson, Armin L 584 


Skidmore, Kathy S. 517 




David M 321 


Shock, Edwin D, Jr 470 


Simpson. Bobby R 584 


Skidmore, Marianna A 




DavtdS. 517 


Shockey, Bruce E. 


Simpson. Bobbye A B 


Skidmore, Robert H 387 




David W 


Shockey, Margaret L. 


Simp:.' ii '■ 'hei yl : ' 


Skidmore. Robert W. 547 


Smith 


Deborah C 517 


ShockJey, Betty H. 


Simpson, David W. 






Deborah L. 517 


ShockJey, Gary A. 


Simpson. Fredrick L. 


Skinner, Neal A 584 




Debra L. 


Shockley. Karen A. 332,546 


Simpson, Gary 349, 494 


Skinner, Ricky W. 547 


Smiih 


Debra T 547 


Shoemaker, David W. 


Simpson. Larry A. 470 


Skoglund, Donna J. 593 




Deirdre K. 547 


Shoemaker, Phillip W 364 


Simpson. Larry B. 293, 407 


Skoglund. Linda F 


Smith 


DeloresG 471 


Shores, Henry C, Jr 290, 353, 545 


Simpson, Lisa 326 


Slade, Steven W 160,231.319, 




Dempsy C 


Short, Elizabeth R. 


Simpson, Michael L. 


320, 470 


Smith 


Denzella R 


Short. Fred V. 


Simpson, Mona J. 494 


Slaton, Cynthia L. 




Diane M. 471 


Short, Larry D. 546 


Simpson, Randy M. 


Slayback, Sally A T. 


Smitl 


Diane 


Short, MarUeeH. 435 


Simpson, Richard L. 


Slayback. William C 




D.anne E 398, 584 


Short, Mary R. 


Simpson, Susan G 


Slayton, Belinda G 547 




DianneR. 517 


Short, Nancy K. 


Simpson, Terry C. 


Sloan, Nancy A 


Smith 


Dionne F. 




Eastern students help firemen combat one of the worst fires in downtown Richmond history. 



G Stephen. Jr 517 
Gail A. 

Garfield 
Gary 

Gary L. 547 
Geor 9 e M . Ml 
Georgeann R 
Gerald L. 
Glenna F 
Granby J 
,,.-, ..', F 
H.n I ; r. 



James W 326 

Jamey R. 

Janet L. 413. 416 



Judy A 471 

Judy R 

Karen E 584 

Karen L 471 

Kather.ne R 

Kathryn S. 

Kathy D 385, 390. 584 

Kyle 293 

Larry 260 

Lena 
Linda E 
Lonnie G 



.■1 



Mark J 245 

MarkM. 228. 239, 471 

Mary A. 330 

Mary B 340, 392, 517 

Mary J. 471 

Mary L T. 

Maurice C . Jr 

Michael D 



Pamela 194. 51 
PamelaS 584 
Patricia A 517 



Roderick W 584 
Ronal L 270 
Sandra L 584 

Scott S 

Sharon K. 584 
Sharon L 584 



Stella B. 
Stephen C 
Stephen V 



Sylyia D 584 
Teresa A. 584 
Terry R 547 



/277 



Thoi 
Tom 
Tommy, Jr 

Urshell 360 
Venila K. 472 
Vickie L 409, 517 
Victor W. 260 
Vinj,n.a K B 547 
Virginia L 517 



Robin 494 
Gloria 585 
Robert K. 



Index and Directory 631 



Snawder, Carol J. 547 


Spires. Jennifer J, 585 


Snedegar, Deborah J. 


Spivey. Denise D. 


Sneed. Catherine D. 407 


Spivey. Judith C. 


Snell. Edna 


Spoonamore. Linda C. 


Snellen, David M 296 


Spradhn. Madonna L. 


Snider. Cheryl J. 


Sprakjjn. Madonna L. 518 


Snider, Herben R. 


Spraul. Gayle E, 351.385. 518 


Snider, Hilda G 


Spnggs. RickieD, 353 


Snider. Jolly B. 472 


Spnngate. Donna C. 


Snider. Karl M. 


Sprmgate. Emma E. 


Snodgrass. George E. 


Sprmgate. Jennie C. 547 


Snook, V lc kie S. 327 


Spnngate. Susan T 


Snowberger, Elise W. 


Spurlm, Margaret S. 


Snowden, Carl W 


Spurlock. Julia L 


Srtowden, Carolyn G. C. 


Spurlock. Karen 547 


Snowden, Cynthia A. 330. 585 


Spurlock. Susan G 585 


Snowden, Gregory S. 


Spurr, Barney W. 


Snowden, Jerry D. 


Spurrier. Ronald W. 315, 547 


Snowden. Joan L. 


Stack. Robert E. 288 


Snowden. Kenneth N. 


Stacy, Janet E. 340, 518 


Snowden, Raymond M. 


Stacy. Pamela 


Snowden, Rebecca M. 


Stacy, Shirlynn S. 


Snowden, Richard III 


Stafford, Janice E. 


Snowden, Tracy A. 


Stagg, Marjone H 


Snyder, Donald C. 


Staggs. Andrea L 


Snyder, George E. 253. 488 


Staggs, Gary L 547 


Snyder, Kenneth T. 


Staggs. Howard A. 547 


Snyder, Mary D. 


Stahl. Betty D. 


Snyder. Michael H. 


Stahl, Cheryl L 


Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work 1*51 Stahl, Gary D. 


Soendker. Sandra 


Stahl. Janet M. 


Sok. David M. 


Stahl. Robin L 


Sommerkamp, David W. 517 


Stahl, Sandra D. 247, 398, 472 


Somogy, J01E. 585 


Stahl, William H. 


Sondey, Barbara A, 396, 547 


Stahlhut, Robert J. 279 


SOPHOMORE CLASS 522 


Stahmer. Linda L 385 


Sorrell, Donnie 


Stahmer, Michael R 


Sorrell. Kathryn L. P 


Siakelbeck, Holly B. 


Sorrell. Sammy L 


Slallard.HarlenG. 


Sorrels. Richard K. 


Siallard. John A 


Sorter. David M 472 


Stallard. Sarah F. 547 


Sosbe. Donald G 


Stall ings. Charles C. 


Sosby, William P 


StaUins. Bobby G 


Soothers. Ritchie P. 


Stambaugh. Clyde T 


Soward, Kenneth 


Stambaugh. Vickie L 301, 547 


Soward, Lolene N. 


Stamm. Sherry R. 326, 585 


Sowards, Cecelia G 


Stamm, Vicky S. 326, 518 




Stamper, Anna G. 472 


Sowards, James 




Sowards. Paul L. 


Stamper. James A 


Sowder, PiUy D 547 


Stamper. Larrv S. 


Sowders. Addie M. 


Stamper, Sharon K 


Sowders, Dinah W 


Stamper, Starli S. 


Sowders, Mary C 


STAN KENTON ORCHESTRA 521 


Sowers, Michael S 


Standard. Iver R., Jr. 473 




SianaJand. Peggy 252. 396 


Spahn, Marie M. 


Staneck. M.chael C 473 


Spahn. Teresa A. 


Stanfield. Virginia K 


Spahr. JohnG. 472 


Stanfdl. Barbara A J 


Spainhoward, Michael 547 


Stanhope. Marcia 410 


Spalding, Barbara J. 


Stamford. Violet N. 


Spalding, Benjamin E. 


Stanley. BiUie S. 


Spalding. Edward L. 


Stanley. Charlotte L, 385. 547 


Spalding, Joseph V. 472 


S:ar;sber:y. Gary G 473 


Spalding, Leslie F., II 


Stansbury. John N. 518 


Spalding, Paula K. D. 


Stansbury. Patricia J. 518 


Spangler, Pamela J. 


Stansbury. Paul S. 


Spangler, Robert E. 


Stansel, Rick L 266, 267, 269, 


Spangler, Ronald D. 


270, 272, 274 


Spann. Raymond L 


Stapf, David J. 


Sparer, Richard L. 


Siapleton, Dav.d L 387, 409 


Spargo, Donald R 


Stapleton. Davis B. 


Sparks, Carl A 


Stapleton. Diana L 


Sparks. Elizabeth A 


Stapleton, Linda S. 


Sparks. Hershell W. 


Stapleton, Lu Ann 


Sparks, John H. 


Stapleton, Michael C 585 


Sparks, John M 


Stapleton. William W. 244, 279, 389, 




473 


Sparks. Marilyn 


Stark. Ben 250 


Sparks, Nancy L. 


Stark, Joseph J. 


Sparks, Paul 


Stark, Karen L 396. 547 


Sparks, Rose C. 472 


Stark, William A 547 


Sparks, Sue A. 494 


Slarnes, Sharon R S. 


Sparks, Tommie H, 


Staten, David L. 


Sparnon, Jane L. 246, 472 


Slathers, Dora M. 585 


Sparr. Linda F 


Slathers. Randall L. 


Sparrow. Cheryl A. 


Staler, Glenna F. 


Sparrow, Deborah K. 472 


Stauffer, Barry E 355 


Sparrow, Joy G. 585 


Stavuski, Alice J. 518 


Sparrow. Linda R. 


StClair, John M. 


Spatafora. Ronald 


StCtair, MarkB 


Spath, Peter F. 


Sleek, David R. 


Spaulding, Jo Ann 390, 547 


Steel. Susan L. 547 


Spaulding, Mitch 242 


Steele, Dianne 


Spaulding, Thomas M 


Steele, Jackie L. 473 


Spaw, Bridget T 


Steele, Joyce A. 495 


Speake, Billye D 


Steele. Ralph 383,473 


Speake. Eileen G 


Steele, Steven M 547 


Speakes. N,ta L 


Steele. Vicki A. 548 


Spears, Diana D 


Steely. Andrea H, 585 


Spears, Nua Lou 585 


Steer, Robert K 419, 548 


Speck, Jerry A 


Steffan. Barbara A 585 


Speck. Larry N. 364, 517 


Steger, Nancy J 473 


Speak, Michael R. 


Steggeman. Kenneth F. 231. 363 


Speer. Patricia M 


Stegner, John M. 


Spellman, Mark S, 


Stegner, Merry K. 



Spence 


r. Farley R. 




r. John S. 


Iper. s 






r Martha J. 585 


Spence 


r. Van A 




r. Wanda A 


Spenill 


>, Montgomery 282, 363, 51 




■d. Phillip 


Spille, 


Richard F. Jr 383, 518 




Karen L. 585 


SpDlei 


Robin S. 585 


Spdhr,. 


in, Ellen J. 


Spdlm 


in, Morris P 547 


Spill m 


in. Ralph D 


Spink. 


DonR. 


Spir.Ki 


. George T. 


Spires. 


Dallas K 



Steininger. Susan J 

Steinmetz, Judith C 548 

Steinmetz, Paul R. 

Stenson, Debra 404 

Stephens, Autry L 

Stephens, Betty L. 

Stephens, Clara H. 

Stephens, Edna P. 

Stephens, Edward L. 

Stephens, Eli2abeih C 

Stephens, Frank C. 

Stephens, Frieda A 548 

Stephens, John P 

Stephens. Kathleen 548 

Stephens. Kathleen A 

Stephens, Kay S. C 495 

Stephens. Lowell E 488 

Stephens, Rebecca E 326. 398. 548 

Stephens, Robert E ' 

Stephens, Robert G. 

Stephens, Robert H. 



Stephens, Robert R. 
Stephens, Selma P. 
Stephens, Sharon A. 251, 351. 

414,518 
Stephens. Susan A. 
Stephens. Susan D. 
Stephens, Wanda J. 
Stephens, Wendell S. 
Stephenson, Anna L. 548 
Stephenson, Charles W 
Stephenson, Greg 290, 291 
Stephenson, Harry B. 
Stephenson, Martha B 
Stepp, Patti K. 
Steppe. Jackie L 585 
SterbLng. MarkK. 
Sternberg, Josef V- 
Stemeberg, Sue J. 337, 344, 51 
Sterrett, Cecilia G. 585 
Stevens, Alexa G, 
Stevens, Anita 356 
Stevens, Bruce 585 
Stevens, Charles E. 473 
Stevens, Connie M. V. 
Stevens, Jannei M. 548 
Stevens, Jenny L. 
Stevens, John L 
Stevens, Larna L. 
Stevens, Marvin B 
Stevens, Melvin K. 
Stevens, Michael D 
Stevens. Nancy A. 
Stevens, Norman K. 
Stevens, Roger T. 585 
Stevens, Stanley S 
Stevenson. Edith C 
Stevenson. Mary H 
Stevenson, Paul 



Stewart, Cynthia A. 233, 250, 383. 

389, 473 
Stewart, Danny C. 
Stewart, Donna K. 473 



Stewart. Evelyn G 473 

Stewart, Geneva L. 586 

Stewart, George H., Jr. 364, 518 

Stewart, Joyce L. N 

Stewart, L.C.Floyd 358, 548 

Stewart. Larry B. 

Stewart, L C 296 

Siewari, Leland E 

Stewart. Lester G 473 

Stewart, Mae J 

Stewart, Marilyn A. 548 

Stewart. Peter G 

Stewart. Phillip B 394. 395 

Stewart. Samuel M . Jr 473 

Stewart. Susan L. 

Stewart, Vicki B. 518 

Stewart, William R 

Sthreshley, Rebekah T 340 

Stickling. Michael D 364. 586 

Sudam. Kathryn J 

Stidham. Delores M. 

Stidham. Frederick E. 

Stidham, Joe P 

Stidham, Ronald C 

Stigall, Debra L 

Stiles, Kenneth H 

Stillwagon, Linda A. 

Stillwaqon, Thomas J 260 

Stinnett, Gary L 

Stinson. Debra C 586 

Stinson. John T. 

Stivers. Charles W 

Stivers, John R 

Stivers. Karen D 408, 518 

Stock, Teresa L 

Stocker. Bradford L 

Stoddard, Dave A. 

Stoddard, John C. 

Stoddard. Terry W 279. 389. 548 

Stodghill, Allan M. 



., Daniel P 327, 363, 368, 



518 



Stofcheck, Gary D 
Stogsdai. Doyle 
Stogsdill, Walter J. 
Stokes. Deborah L 548 
Stokes, Lee D., Jr 
Stokes. Linda B 586 
Stokes, Susan R 
StokJey, Mary T. 495 
Stoltz, Paula J. 296. 404. 
Stone, Charles T 
Stone. Eunice T 



Sto 



!, Tnnm 



. H 



Stone, 
Stoner, Gail E. B 
Stoner, Gregory H. 
Storkan, Mary M 
Storm. Joette 548 
Storm. Richard D, 
Storm, Robert C 
Story, Constance G. 
Stottmann. Nancy A. 
Stowers. Keith A. 586 
Slrader. Lacy E 401, 586 

Strange, Cheryl I. 
Strange. Eugene 327 
Strange, Gary G 355. 586 
Strange, James M 
Strange, Johanna E. 
Strange, Mitchell E. 
Strange, Ronald L. 
Strattan, John D. 
Stratton, Craig E 518 



i. David C. 327, 355, 368. 
383, 518 
Stratton, Debra A. 548 
Stratton, Debra Q 397 
Stratton, Donna L 586 
Stratton, Joy L 340, 473 
Stratton, Rita K. G. 
Stratton, Ruth G- S48 
Stratton. Teresa L. 396 
Stratton. Terry 327, 586 
Streaker, Sully 413 



Sire 



, Fred I- 



Street, James C 

Street, Robert S 

Streetman, Amanda L. 397, 554, 586 

Strehle, Mary A. 548 

Strickland. Edward L. 251. 327, 402 

Strickler. Stanley R. 

Stripling. Maria J 

Strippelhoff, Marlene 

Stromquist, WUIiam 

Strong, Bethel L 

Strong. Dennis E. 586 

Strong, Gene 346 

Strong, Joe 

Strong. Karla A. 246, 351, 473 

Strong, Marvin E. Jr. 

Strong, Wilma K. 

Stroup, Terryl A 518 

Strowig, Gary F. 282. 548 

Strunk. James W. 

Strunk. Lynn A 

Strunk. Roger W 327 

Stuart, Phyllis C 

Stuart, Sue E 

Stubblefield, William 

Stubbs, James A 

Stuck, Theresa Lynn 586 

Stucker. Linda S. 586 

Stucker, Riley L. 473 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 318 

STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION 410 

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 229 

Studer, Evan A. 

Studer. Helen A. 

StuU. Marjone J. 

Stull. Susan J. 

StuU. William A. 593 

Stulis. Sandra W. 

Stumbo. Gloria F 

Stumbo. Marcella 473 

Stumbo. Ronald K. 

Stumbo. Timothy 

Stump. Diane S. 

Sturgeon. John T. 260 
Sturgeon. Pamela L. M 
Sturgill. Gwendolyn S 409 
Sturgill. Patty L. 518 
Sturgill. Ronald S. 



S:-jt: 



, Vic 



■ublett. Nathan A. 
Suffndge. Cynthia F. 
Suit. Carolyn A. 518 

Sukcholrjl.Wichiancr 
ridge. Horn 



. Dav.d K. 239. 363,406. 
. 518 



SlllllVc 

413,' 
Sullivan. Gregory S. 
Sullivan, John D 
Sullivan. John T 166 
Sullivan. Kathenne L 
Sullivan. Sherry L 586 
Sullivan. TamlaC 
Sullivan. Teresa A 548 
Sullivan. Terry D 309 

Sullivan. Timothy D, 
Summe. David E. 
Summe Eleanor R 586 



■iai 



Surbeck. James C 244, 387, 473 

Surber. Fred G 

Surber. Gregory W. 

Surface. Eva E. 

Surface, Linda C. 

Surplus, Melanie A 

Sutherland, Deborah K 586 

Sutphin. Joyce L 

Sutphin, RitaG 340,360 

Sultle, Judy D 

Sutue, Ralph E. 548 

Suttles, Betty L. 518 

Suttles, Donald 

Suttles, Patricia A. 

Sutton. Cynthia R. 410, 410 

Sutton, George M. 

Sutton, Virginia A. 548 

Sutton, William 417 

Suwanasuk. Prapapun 488 

Suhneider, Judy 252 

Swafford, Edward 548 

Swafford, Janeth J. 

Swaim, Anne 473 

Swain, Barbra L. 402, 404. 413. 

519 
Swain, Burdell B. 
Swain, James E. 
Swain, Marvin 321 
Swallom, Donna K. 
Swanagin; Patricia A. 
Swanagin, Robert L 
Swangjit, Udom 
Swango, Beverli R. 382, S86 
Swann. Marvin L 
Swanson, Thomas E 488 
Swayzee, Laura L, 586 
Swearingen. Rickey G 
Sweazy, Pauline C 
Sweeney, Bruce E. 
Sweeney, Earl B, 



548 



Sweeney. Judy A B. 473 
Sweeney. Maurice M. 
Sweeny, John R. 473 
Sweeny. Michael J. 
Swencki,jamesA518 
Sweny, VikJu A. 344. 473 
Swift. Diana C 548 
Swiggett. Teresa W. 
Swindall. Homer A. 
Swiney. Darlene 586 
Switzer. John W , III 
Swofford. David L. 548 
Swyers, Matthei 
Szymanskj, William N. 

— T— 

Tabeling. Robert W., Jr 
Tabler. Joseph A. 
Tabor. James B. 586 
Tabor. Mary V. 
Tackett. Beverly K. 
Tackeil. Calvin R 
Tackett. Doris P. 183.473 
Tackett, Elaine 
Tackett. Jerry 406. 519 
Tackett, Lynda C 
Tackett. Margarett A. 
Tackett. Ralph 
Tackett, Robert L 
Tackett, Teresa S. 
Tacy. Claudia F. 
•, Stephen W 



Taglai 



:-:■:•: 



261 



Talbert, Charles S. 
Tal ben, Everett D 
Talbot. Debra K. 
Talbott. Georgia E. 
Tallem. Michael C. 586 
Talley. Lavada A 326. 519 



Tamme. Gerald W 473 

Tamura. Osamu 

Tanner. John C. 548 

Tanner, Terry N 

Tapley. Sandra L. 

Tapp. Russell W 383. 548 

Tarkowski. James E. 

Tarter. Ada L. 

Tarter, Howard D. 

Tarter. Ronald L. 

Tarullo, Jeanne M 398, 409. 519 

Tarullo. Joseph L. 586 

Tassie. Nancy R 243.245.473 

Tatchell. Michael R. 473 

Tate. Anna L. 

Tate. David S 586 



'.A--: I 



- 203 



Tate, Sara A. B. 
Tatman. Elna C 
Tatter, Deborah E 587 
Tatum, Howard R. 
TAU KAPPA EPS1LON 362 
Taulbee, WoodrowW. 
Tayloe. Paul D.. Jr. 
Tayloe. William B 



Taylor. Angela L. 382. 548 
Taylor. Arthur N., Jr. 
Taylor, Barbara S. 
Taylor, Brenda J. 
Taylor. Brian A 548 
Taylor. Carolyn F. 
Taylor, Charles E. 
Taylor. Charles R. 
Taylor, Clarence A. 
Taylor, Clyde M. 587 
Taylor, Connie L. G. 
Taylor. David A 363 
Taylor, David P. 321 
Taylor. Diana J. 419, 548 
Taylor, Diana R. B. 



474 



Tayloi 
Taylor. Fannie K. 
Taylor. Gary C. 
Taylor. George P 355 
Taylor. George R 
Taylor. Gregg A. 
Taylor, Harold A 
Taylor, James L. 
Taylor, Jamie D. 
Taylor. Janet K. 
Taylor. Janice M. 
Taylor. Jennifers. 
Taylor. Joann S. 
Taylor. John T 
Taylor. Joy H 
Taylor. Joyce A. 587 
Taylor. Judy M 
Taylor. Karen S. 
Taylor. Kathenne R 519 
Taylor, Keith A. 

Taylor. Kozon D 
Taylor. Letha H 
Taylor, Louise A 
Taylor, Lynn 
Taylor. Pamela J. 
Taylor, Paul 387 
Taylor. Peggy L. 
Taylor, Richard L 
Taylor, Robert E. 
Taylor. Robert S. 
Taylor, Rose M 
Taylor. Teresa A 351.519 
Taylor. Terry C 
Taylor. Theodore R 
Taylor. Thomas A. 
Taylor. Thomas C 
Tazet. Johnnie E. 260 
Teater. Zenah B 
Teeter, Wayne S 
Tegge. James D. 



532 Index and Directory 



THE TEMPTATIONS I 16, 
Ten barge, Manlee 
Tennant. Harold D 
TENNIS COLONELS 290 
Tenry, Marcia A. 388,474 
I, Gary B 310 



Terry, W 


ayne A. 398 


Terwilliger. Paula A. 548 


Thacker 




Thacker 


Geneva M. 


Thacker 


Pamela V 382,404 


Thacker 


Roger B. 


Thacker 


William R. 


Tharp, J 


ohnR. 


Tharp, J 


ustineT 


Tharp, r 


arenG 519 


Tharpe, 


Huqh P. 


Theiler. 


David P 230.282,35 


THETA 


CHI 365 


Thibode 


aux.Cary J. 474 


THINC 


.ADS 287 


Thoeny 


Paul D 587 


Thoeny 


William T 54S 


Thomas 


A. Shirl 




Charles D. 474 


Thorn.!: 


David L S87 




David P 488,587 


Thomas 


Deborah L. 548 


Thomas 


Debra L- 


Thomas 


Douglas P. 


Thomas 


Earlene P 


Thomas 


Elmer C. 197 




Gail 495 


Thomas 






JackW 


Thomas 


James A 


Thomas 


James L, 


Thomas 




Thomas 


JohnC 


Thoma 


John E. 282 


Thoma 




Thomas 


Judy D. 




JudyK 548 


Thoma 


JuneY 




Kenny 368 


Thoma 


Marian C K 


Thoma 


Martha A. 548 


Thoma 


MaryM. 


Thoma 


Michael 


Thoma 


Michael A 474 


Thoma 


Michael W 


Thoma 






, Peggy L. 


Thoma 


, Rebecca J 495 


Thoma 


, Rebecca M. 


Thoma 






, Richard A. 265 




, Richard M. 


Thoma 


, Roberta L 



Thomas 


Sammy T. 474 


Thurston, Frances A 


Thomas 


Sandi W 408 


Thurston, Mary F 




Sandra J. 


Thwaites, Randy A 


Thoams 


Teresa A. 587 


Tibbens, Charles R 


Thomas 


Terry 326 


Tibbs. Shirley F 


Thomas 


Theresa M 548 


Tillery, Richard H. 


Thomas 


Virginia L C 


Tilleu. Billy G 488 


Thomas 


William J. 


Tillis, Nancy J 


Thomas 


William K. 


Tillman, James E. 


Thomasson, Brent L. 


Tillman, Michael A 


Thompson. Alfred E. 258, 259. 260. 


Til son. Melissa 


261.264.265,474 


Til son, Patricia 


Thompson, Beverly J 


Timberlake. Earl.Jr 


Thompson, Billy 398 


Timmer, David H 519 


Thompson. Billy R. 419 


Tincher, Brenda S. 


Thompson. Billy W 548 


Tmcher, Linda R. 249,519 


Thompson, Bonnie J 587 


Tincher, Pauline R 


Thompson. David C. 353 


Tindoll. Davis D, Jr. 231.251, 


Thompson, David W. 549 


402, 474 


Thompson. Edward D. 474 


Tingle. David K. 242, 549 


Thompson, Frank B, 


Tingle. Jackie R. 519 


Thompson. Gaylord L. 


Tingle, Peggy L 475 


Thompson. George W. 549 


Tingtey. William C 279,280,2 


Thompson. Glenn T. 


475 


Thompson. Jeffrey R 549 


Tinsley, Carol A 41 1.495 


Thompson, John A, 519 


Tinsley. Karen S 330 


Thompson. Lawrence W 474 


Tinsley, Samuel H 


Thompson, Libbie L 


Tipton, David K. 




Tipton. Donna J 


Thompson, Margretta 


Tipton. DonnieG 


Thompson, Martha E. 


Tipton. Hope W 


Thompson, M.nda F. 549 


Tipton, James A 


Thompson, Nancy C. 


Tipton. James A 


Thompson. Patsy M S 


Tii '■ '■■ i - di; •' ''''' 


Thompson, Robert H 474 


Tipton, Marcia E. 


Thompson, Robert L 346, 587 


Tipton, Michael 360. 368,475 


Thompson, Robert L. 387 


Tipton, Steven W. 475 


Thompson, Robert W 


Tipton, Thomas G 


Thompson. Sally E. 587 


Tipton, Tommy D 


Thompson, Sara M. 385, 549 


Tisheuar. Nora R. 587 


Thompson, Shirley J. 


Tittel, Richard J. 


Thompson. Stephen R 


Titus. Martha A. 




Tjandra, Daniel K 


Thompson. Sylvia L. 


Tjandra.JohnW 244,519 


Thompson. Terrisa T. 351 


Tobey. Hubert E 


Thompson. Terry D. 248 


Todd. Brenda L. 519 


Thompson, Timothy A 364,549 


Todd, Deborah S, B. 


Thompson, Tomas R. 


Todd. Gary C 253,475 


Thompson. Tomas R. 587 


Todd. Hoi man P 


Thompson. Victor H.Jr 


Todd, James R 


Thompson, Virginia C. 587 


Todd. Karen S 


Thompson, William R 


Todd. Kenneth C 


Thomsson. Eric P. 


Todd. Larry P 


Thorn. Deborah J 


Todd, Patricia A 


Thornberry, Laquita A 519 


Todd. Virginia D. 475 


Thornsberry, Earlis 


Totle, Richard L 549 


Thornton, Candace L 


Tolhver. Cordell W 519 


Thornton. Charles F 


Tomblin. Barbara J 519 


Thorpe, Sherman R 


Tomblyn. Deborah A 


Thorpe. Thurman C 242,549 


Tomlinson, Norman P. 


Thorpe, Toby A. 549 


Tomlinson, William R 


Throckmorton, Lee A. 


Tompkins. Barne E. 294 


Thurman, Cynthia L. 245, 249, 474 


Tompkjns, June C 
Toohey, James M 




Thurman. Roger K 


Toombs. Murlyn L 


Thurman. Sieve D 


Toomey, William E 


Thurma 


n. William R^ 


Towe, Herman R. 



Towles, Thomas H 
Towner. Daniel C 549 
Towner, Mary A. 475 
Townsend, Calvin M 363, 519 
Townsend, Caroleen 
Townsend, J Bo Pree 205, 549 
Townsend, LillieM 
Townson, Toni D 587 
Tracy, Phillip A 
Tracy, Sherry L 587 



Trader, Robert B 
Trammell, Anita L 
Trammell, Roger W 
Trass, Phillip A, Jr 
Travis, Amy D 
Travis, Barbara T 
Travis, Doreen 587 
Travis, Lawrence R 
Travis, Loreen 
Travis, Susan K 
Travis, Zane G 
Trawick. Herbert A 
Traylor, Suzanne 
Trayner, Ralph E , Jr 
Treadway. Patti A 244.' 
Trebolo. Joyce A. 549 
Trees, Ben S 363 
Treinen, Sue A 
Tremaine, Darrell E 
Trent, L Colette 
Trew, Leland J 
Tnbble, Lorna C 

Trimble, Joan 330.495 
Tnmpe. William D 587 
Triplet!, Daniel A 
Triplett. Dav.d A 
Triplet!. Dav!d B 
Tripp, Nicole H 

Trilsch'ler, Jane E. 519 

Tmschler. Mary E 587 
Tnvette. Donald F 
Tnvette, Phil D 
Trosper, Jacqueline 
Troup. Michael L 




Terry Wells, daughter of Representative Dwight Wells, escorts President Martin in the 
Kentucky House Chamber where he was presented a resolution congratulating Eastern 
on its Centennial Year. 



, Deborah A. 330, 522. ! 



Trowell, Bettie M 
Troxle, Ann C. 587 
Truax. Deborah L 
Truax, Gary T 
:, Roger G 






aR.K. 



Truba, Dixie L. 519 
Trudell. David M 3S8. 47S 
Trudell. Michele L 
True, Charlene D 
True, Larry J 
True. Lynn 
True, Michael V 475 
True. Robert L 
True. Sharon V 549 
True, Teresa L 587 
Truttt, James R 
Truman. Harry L 475 
Trussell, Larry P 
Trussell. Shirley J M. 
Tsang. Gerard N 519 
Tsang. York You 549 
Tucker, Carol A. 
Tucker, Dianne 
Tucker, DorolhyS. 245.475 
Tucker, Glendo 
Tucker, Judith L. 
Tucker, Michael M 353 
■. Peggy L. 587 



1 .., 



JM. 



Tucker, Robert E 
Tucker. Robert W 
Tucker, Saundra L. 
Tucker. Tina J 587 
Tucker. William C 
Tudor, Carol A. 
Tudor, Oscar J, Jr. 475 



Tuggle. Ivan D 549 
Tuggle. Kathryn M. 519 
Tuggle, Leah J 587 
Tuggle, Tery J P 
Tularux. Natta 519 
Tullar, David C 
Tully, Carol A B 
Tungate. Loraine A. 475 
Tunnetl. Jane E 549 
Turley. Marion F 475 
Turner, Arch 
Turner. Bennie E. 
Turner. Bernas R 339 
Turner, Betty F T 



-, Billy R 
.Cheryl A 549 



Turner. Clifford H 



rurni 



? :7o 



a C 587 
Turner. Glenda L, 549 

Turner. Harvey A. Jr 550 
. Hugh C 



'. Ken 



■.Mai 



aS 519 
1587 



Turner. Margie P 475 

Turner! Michael E 337,476 
Turner, Nettie H 
Turner, Orlando M. 519 
Turner, Pauline J. 
Turner, Penny E. 550 
Turner. Polly 
Turner. Quinton L. 



Turner. Ronald P, 

Turner. Roseita A 368.476 

Turner, Roy F 

Turner. Sandra K. 476 

Turner. Sondra K 

Turner, Wiley 

Turner, William C 519 

Turner. William M 476 

Turner. Willie 

Turner. Wilma L 

Turning, Thomas G 401 

Turpin, Ann T 

Turpin, James T 

Turpin. Linda D 408 

Turpin. Linda S 495 

Turpin, Mary L 550 

Turpin, Nancy L 

Turpin, Paula G 

Turpin. Wdliam G 

Tusser, Edward D 

Tussey. Donald H 

Tussey. Ira J 

Tussey. Michael J 398,550 

Tussey, Richard L 

Tuttle, Brenda J 

Tuttle, Donald W 

Tuttle, Michael A 519 

Twomey, James M 

Tye, Georgia K 244,476 

Tygrett, Cynthia R 246,413,476 

Tygretl. Deborah D 340.587 

Tyler. Gary D 587 

Tyler. Sharon K Q 

Tyng. Mary E 

Tyra, Leonard R 

Tyra, Lois A. 

Tyree, John W. 

Tyree. Vaulty R 

Tyson. Anita G 253 



Uaarmorn.Montre 
Uchtmann, Frank A 
Uhl. Norman A 
Ukpe, Michael U 488 
Ulanday, Joseph M 244, 550 
Ulander, Kathryn L 
Ulmer, Steven D. 476 
Ulsh, Roger M. 550 
UNDERCLASSES 497 
Underdonk, Paul D 293 
Underwood, Melody A 587 
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS 394 
UNIVERSITY SINGERS 1 10 
Unkefer, Richard R 587 
Unseld, Betty P 
Unseld, Billy R 
Upchurch. Chandra R 
Upchurch, Hazel B 
Upchurch, JeanieD 
Upchurch, Shirley A 587 
Upchui 



Uphaus, Donn. 



495 



Upton, AJanB 346. 550 
Upton, Carlton B 346 
Upton. Tamara 
Urlage, Constance M 299, 



Vagedes, Michael J 550 
Vahle, Morris W. 587 
Valentine, EdytheM 
;line, Ronnie R 



Vale. 



. : er. 



Valentino. Laura A 
Valley, Earl M. 
Valley, Harold G 
Valley, Valori E 476 
Valvano. Robert A 
Vanarsdall. David E. 488 
Vanarsdall.Mary E. 330,519 
Vanarsdall, Michael 519 
Vanasatidya, Chidchai 
Vanbibber, Diana L 519 
Vance, Brenda 
Vance. Richard G 
Vance, Robert R 
Vance, Robert W ,111519 
Vanderhorst. Julie L. 519 
Vanderpool, Roxie L C 
Vandeventer, Gary R 
Vandiver, Nina M 
Vandyke. John E 
Vandyke, Thomas M 
Vangilder. Carolyn L 249 
Vangilder. PhiUip E. 550 
Vanhook, Benjamin N 476 
Vanhook, Linda G N 
Vanhoose. Clifford E 
i, Deborah J 
n, Michael J 
■ Barbara G 550 
r, Brad 360 
r, Donald R 
r, Jeffrey L 587 



Vai |i 



j, Bobby E 360 

Vannoy, Steve J 
Vanover.EhndaK 
Vanover, Henry C 

Vanover, John D 
Vanover, Ronnie W 476 
Vanover. Steve 356 
Vanpelt, Linda C 
Vanpelt. Paul R. 387 
Vansickle, Reecy F. 
Vansickle, Richard L. 
Vanwmkle. Glen E 
Vanwinkle, Gloria G 
Vanwinkle. Kenneth D. 
Vanzant. BarbaraW 



Index and Directory 633 



Variant, Judy M 550 

Vanzant, Roger D 476 

Varble, Margaret A. 

Varner. Diana L 519 

Varney. Janet L. 

Varsakelis. Ignatius 

Vaughan, Larry C 

Vaughan. Mary F 

Vaughn, Carla A. 519 

Vaughn, DarrellE. 476 

Vaughn, Deborah L, 587 

Vaughn, Mama D 

Vaughn. Vernon L 242. 550 

Vecch.one.JohnE.il! 294 

VedeUi. Jay 339. 476 

VedelJi, Joel 

VedeUi. Marcie S. 

Veeder, Fredric L. 

Venable. Kathryn T. 233. 476 

Venezie, Jeanne M 

Venn. William L. 

Venters. Teresa A 244, 351 , 4 1 1 

Vermillion. Donald E. 

Vernon, Amy C. 587 

Vernon, Linda J. 

Verst. Jacqueline F 249,519 

Vertuca, Lohoma 

VervUle, Joanna J 587 

Vescio, Michael A. 

Vest.Conn.eH 587 

Vest, Deborah A. 

Vest. Samuel K 

VETERANS CLUB 386 

Vetter, Theresa G 550 

Vice.JannaP 

Vice. John M 476 

Vice. Patricia L. 476 

Victor. Linda D 476 

Vie!. Rosann F 247, 519 

Viel. Susan J 410. 587 

Vtllelli, Wayne T 550 

Vincent, Gerald W 

Vincent, Richard D 519 

Vincent. Rosa L 

Vincent, Sharon K 495 

Vinson, Mae D 

Vishria, Urmile N 

Vithakamontri, Puckde 244. 489 

Vittitoe. Goldie M. 

Viuitoe, Mane 476 

Vittitoe. Sonya B 

Vliek, Melissa R. 489. 582 

Vogedes. Mark F 

Vogel, Philip H 

Vogel, Ronald E. 

Vogeles, Mark Fredrick 587 

Vogelsang, Darla J 234.245.332, 

360, 406, 476 
Vogelsberg. Carl E 
Voignier. Susan D 
Volk. Deborah L 588 
Volk. Louis J. Jr 
Volmering, Ronald E 588 
Volpenhein, William J 
Vonallmen. Diane R 391 
Vongruenigen. Eddie 
Vonhandorf. Richard 476 
Vonschlutter, David H. 505. 588 
Vonsick. Hal A 
Voorhees. John E 588 
Vorbeck. Timothy D 
Voss, JohnH, Jr 
Votaw. Gloria J 476 
Votaw. Jill 244. 411 
Votaw. MelindaR 332,588 
Vournazos, Richard A. 



Waddle. Carol B B 
Waddle. Elizabeth A. 520 
Wade, David M. 476 
Wade, Debra C 520 



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Jar.i,- 



Wade, Kenneth B 476 

Wade. Michelle R. 394. 588 

Wagers. Jean C 

Waggener. Connie W 

Wagner. Ann C. 249,476 

Wagner. David A 

Wagner, Dorothy M 495 

Wagner. Gloria J 

Wagner. Linda S 550 

Wagner, Pamela A. 330. 385. 550 

Wagner, Stephen G 242. 550 

Wagner, Terry L 

Wagner. William C 476 

Wagoner. Kathy J 

Wagoner, Vaden W 

Wahlert, Judith A 588 

Wainnght. Deborah J 477 

Wainscot t, Janet F 588 

Waits, Beverly J. 588 

Waits, Charles K 

Waits, Deborah A. 

Waits. John W. 

Waits, Mona L. 90. 366 

Walden. Nelson G. 

Walden. Paul H. 



Waldrop, Barry W 293 
Waldrop. Carrie S. 
Waldrop. Fred D. Jr 
Waldroup. Roddy G 
Walker. Arch W 
Walker, Barbara P 326.4 
Walker. Can ida S. 
Walker, Carolyn K 550 
Walker, Charles W. 
Walker, Cindy J 
WaJker. Donald R 
Walker. Eric T 477 
Walker. Gail A 
Walker. Gerald A 
Walker, James S 
Walker. Jams C 
Walker. Jerry 221 
Walker. Judith L. 



Walker. Kenneth E. 

Walker. Leslie A. 520 

Walker. Lois V 

Walker. Martha B. 

Walker. Mary D. 

WaJker. Paul L. 

Walker, RamonaJ 

Walker.Sarah B. 

Walkup, Janet L, 588 

Wall, Charlotte 

Wall. George R.Wall. Joseph A ! 



(, Robert B. 
', Susan G 5£ 



lin. AnnN 351,550 
.Lin. Julia B. 520 
hngford, John R. 337 
:ls. Lanny R. 
;, Virginia K H. 520 



Wal 



i S. 550 



Walsh, MaryannC 192 
Walsh, Robert T 

Walsh. Suzanne M 
Waltenbaugh, Mary A. 
Walter. Kathy L 
Walter, Ralph J 
Walters. AmnieY. 
Walters. ArthunneM. 
Walters, Cathy J. 588 
Wallers, Deborah E. D 477 



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'.v.:-. 



, Francis R. 
;, Glen J 
.. LeoW 520 
;. Linda K 227 
., Michele B 
;, Teresa W 



Walter-, Thomas R 477 
Walters, William M 550 
Waltnp, Billy J 550 
Walt;, Madeline P. 588 
Wampler. Anthony 477 
Wanchock, Leonard J 588 
Wantanen, Patricia A 
Ward, Barbara H 
Ward.CandaceL 588 
Ward, Carl C. 
Ward. Chen L 588 

Ward! Haywood H., Jr. 
Ward. James R 
Ward. Jesse P 
Ward. Lowell S 588 
Ward, M lc hael K 520 
Ward, Nancy E 
Ward, Nancy J. 551 
Ward. RenayeD 356 
Ward, Robert C 
Ward, Ronald E. 
Ward.Sheryl L. 588 
Ward, William N 
Wardford, Michael L 520 
Wardle. DonmeG. 
Wardnp. Angela G 588 
Wardrip. Kathy A. 
Ware, Cavella W 
Ware, Patricia R 551 
Ware, Ronald D. 
Ware, William E. 
Warf, Robert J. 
Warfield.DonsJ 
Warman. Gwenda G. 477 
Warman, Rhonda T 249, 551 
Warner. David R 355. 551 
Warner, Eugene E. 189.520 
Warner, Frances J 
Warner. Jackie S 
Warner. Kirk A. 
Warnick, Roberta L 
Warnock. Fonda R 551 
Warren. Anthony C. 
Warren, Bettie M. 
Warren, Beverly J. 
Warren, Beverly J. 
Warren, Delmer 
Warren. Dennis R. 477 
Warren. Larry W. 520 

Warren, Noland D 

Warren. Rose L, 

Warren. TmdiB. 551 

Warnx. Ronnie 

Warthman. Sarah L 588 

Wartschtager, Kenneth 363, 520 

Washington, Robert L 

Wasserman. Pamela R. 344. 588 

Wasson. Arthur L. 

Wasson, Roy D. 193 

Waterbury, Linda K 

Waterhouse, Shirley B. 

Waters. Ann T. 

Waters. Bruce R. 

Waters, Connie N. 

Wathen, Norman D 

Wathen. Sheila A 

Watkins, Cynthia J 243. 245. 40<i 

477 
Watkins, Dale A 
Watkins, Danny L 
Watkins, Dianna L. 
Watkins, Earlene249 
Watkins, Hazel E. 520 
Watkins. Jackie L 
Watkins, James J. 
Watkins, Jennifer L. 356. 520 
Watkins. Judith K.C. 
Watkins, Lindsey T. 
Watkins. Mary E, 
Watkins. Peter L 
Watkins. Robert A 270. 520 



Watkins, Terry L. 520 
Watkins, Theda K. 588 
Watkins. Thomas F 
Watkins. W. David 
Watson, Barbara H. 
Watson, Barbra J. 
Watson, Byron L. 
Watson, Charles W. 
Watson. Christy K 
Watson, Curtis K., Jr. 
Watson, Daniel E 230. 33 
Watson, Danny L. 
Watson, Deborah G. 
Watson, Dorcus A. 551 
Watson. Gary S. 353 
Watson. Geroge F 
Watson, Harold G 551 
Watson. Kenneth D 477 
Watson, Una J 520 
Watson. Marilyn K 
Watson. Mary F 588 
Watson, Mary L 588 
Watson. Neil S 477 
Watters. Jan S 
Walters. Rachel D 551 



Witt:. Pair 



i A 477 



Watts. Robert K. 551 
Watts. Susan N. 520 
Watts, Terry L, 
Waugh, Aileen C 588 
Waugh, Gregory D 
Waugh, Michael A. 
Way, Deborah L 520 
Way, James S., II 477 
Way. Jannette M. 204 ! 
Wayman, Alice E 
Waymeyer. Nancy J 58 
Waymeyer, Robert M 
Wayne. George D 
Wearren, Margaret L 



. Darnel S 551 






Weaver. Janet S. 

Weaver. Peggy M. 298, 301, 5S1 

Webb, Alma F 

Webb. Arlie A. 551 

Webb, Carolyn A. 246. 477 

Webb, Charles R 

Webb, Deborah M 520 

Webb. Dona J 

Webb. James A 



Webb, Monica G 385, 551 

Webb, Sharon G 495 
Webb. Susan L. 588 
Webb. Wilham D 
Webber, Delbert E 
Webber. Janet L 551 
Weber. Kathryn L 396. 58 



, Law 



Weber, Michael C. 478 
Weber, Nancy L. G 
Weber. Ron C 551 
Weber. Steve E 
Weber, Theresa A 478 
Webster, Judy L 366. 409. 478 
Webster. Marita F. 478 
Webster, Robert CHI 
Weddington. Anna R 



Weddle, Dewey W. 478 
Weddle. Ronnie W. 
Wedig. Herbert F. 478 
Wehunt, Pamela K. 
Weigand.Therese A 478 
Weimer, Roberta L 
Wemfurtner. Mary L. 520 
Weingartner. Teddy J 242.282.293, 
551 



Weis, William K 277 
Weisman. Sherry V 478 
Welch. Bobby J 
Welch, David K 
Welch, JoetlaL. 
Welch. LinaL 413,588 
Welch. Paula 252, 301 
Welch, Susan K 
Welch, Wayne A. 551 
Welaon. Felix W De 154. 155 

Weldon, Kathy L 

Weldy. Patricia I 

Welker. Marsha L. 382, 478 

Wellman, Timothy W 

Wells, Betty C 

Wells, Billy D. 478 

Wells, Candy L 382.404,551 

Wells. Carl, Jr 496, 520 

Wells. Charles H. 



Wells. Glenna J 
Wells. Huston D 
Wells, James D 

Wells, John R, 551 
Wells, Karen S 
Wells. Loretta F 551 
Wells, Marsha L 



Weils, Terry L 633 

Wells. William D. 



Werner. Carolyn S. 588 

Wesely. Loretta A. 520 

Wesley. Danny E, 308 

WESLEY FOUNDATION 327 

Wesley. Hanna L 

Wesley. James P 

Wesley. Jerry M 489 

Wesley. Patsy S. R. 

West. Bernte L. 

West, Corliss 

West. Eileen L. 

West, Faye 326 

West. Francis P 

West. Harry J 520 

West. HoltonQ.Jr. 

West! John A 551 
West, Larry 
West, Millard P 
West, Shirley A. 489 
West, Violet F. 520 
Westerfield, John B 358,520 
Westerfield, Martha S. 588 
Westfall. David A 
Westfall. Judith E 
Westmeyer, Damia S 
Westmeyer. David E. 
Westmeyer. Stephen B. 478 
Westmoreland, Kathen 551 
Westphal, Bany W. 
Weth.ngton, Charlotte 
Wevet, Philip R. 588 
Weybrauch. Ernest E. 
Weynch, Steven E. 

Wheatley, Anna M. 
Wheatley. Carolyn 
Wheatley. Ronald E, 
Wheatley , Susan J. 298. 301 , 59 
Wheeler, Charelle H 
Wheeler, David A 402. 413. 58J 
Wheeler. David K 
Wheeler. Demse 478 
Wheeler. Dennis J. 






. Ell2 



leth M. : 



s L. 520 
Wheeler, Lou S. 

Wheeler. Milton L. 
Wheeler. Patricia B. 382. 409. 551 
Wheeler, Robert A. 360 
Wheeler. Susan L. 551 
Wheeler. Vicki J. 589 
Wheeler, William L. 589 
Whelan, Gery C. 589 



, Jill S. 593 
!, Susan L. 551 
r. Bobby J 



, Dean L, Jr. 387. 520 



Whitaker. Gary D 




Whitaker, Georgia M. 




Whitaker. James A, 




Whitaker, James T.. Jr 




Whitaker. James T..Sr 478 




Whitaker. Janie K. 




Whitaker. Joanne N. 




Whitaker, Juanita L H. 551 




Whitaker, Patricia A. 520 




Whitaker, Penny J 




Whitaker, Richard J. 337, 368, 


520 


Whitaker, Roland 




Whitaker, ShereeD. 




Whitaker. Sheryl A. 589 




Whitaker, Terry L. 




Whitaker, Thomas R. 




Whitbeck, Sharon D 489 




Whilcopf, LynneM. 




White, Alberta 




White. AJJie R. 




White, Ann L 589 




White, Anthony E. 




White, Charlotte A. 589 




White, Clarice G 




White. David G. 551 




White, Debra J 




White, Donald G 




White. George A. 




White. George T 478 




White. Georgia S 520 




White. Gwendolyn E, 




White, Hal R. 520 




White, James E. 478 




White. James M. 




White, Jeffery D 




White. Jennings B 




White, John D. 551 




White, Kay 320 




White, Linda K. 




White, Mary P 330 




White, Micki N 520 




White, Pamela J 




White, Pamela S 551 




White, Patrick E 




White, Peggy J 551 




White, Ramona P 551 




While. Rebekah R. 351 





White. Sam A. 355 

White. Samuel H. 551 

White. Shefla C. 589 

White. ThomasW 401. 551 

White, William D. 

White. WilJiam L. 

Whited, Everett P. 

Whiieford, Faye B. 

Whitehair. Mark A. 

Whitehead, Barbara L. 

Whitehead, Cynthia D. 

Whitehouse. Michael T. 551 

Whuesel. Carolyn S. 

Whitis. Timmy J. 593 

Whuledge. James L. 

Whitley, Beverly K. 551 

Whitley, Kimberly A. 

Whitley. Larry W. 520 

Whitlock, Charles D 173 

Whit lock, Delbert J. 

Whitlock, Gary S. 

Whitson. David B 

Whin. Linda G. 

Whittaket. Jenny L. 

Whittaker, William F. 

Whitlaker, William H. 589 

Whittamore, Jean W. B. 

Whittington, Kama J. 300. 344. S52 

Whittlesey. Linda D. 

Whittlesey. Stanley 293. 349 



Whit 



)rth Jut 



WHO'S WHO 232 
Wiafeababio. Deroy G. 478 
Wiafeababio. Leroy 520 
Wiard.MaryE. 383. 552 
Wibbels. David A. 
Wick, bnda S. 589 
Wickersham. Edna L. 
Widup, Kay 478 
Widup, Robert M., Sr. 489 
Widup, Rose M. 489 



i. Sally 326 
Wientjes, Sue A. 
Wierman, Nyoka A. 589 
Wiggins. Joseph J. 
Wiggins. Shiela A. L. 
Wigginton. Helen J. 351, 389, 409 
Wigglesworth, William 589 
Wight. Toma C 330. 589 
Wilborn, James M 
Wilburn. Debra A. 
Wilburn, Karen R, 589 
Wilcher, La Wanda J. R. 
Wilcher. Nancy C 478 
Wilcher. Polly L 552 
Wilcher. Ronald L. 
Wilder, Anna-Maria 406. 520 
Wilder, Gary W. 242 
Wilder. Hazel R. 
Wilder. Jim E. 
Wilder, PatnciaS, 520 
Wiley. Benjamin R. 
Wiley, Karen L 410, 589 
Wdey. Margaret L. 
Wilford, Molly M. 
Wilhem. James A 
Wilhite. James B. 
Wilhoite, Rhonda K. 
Wilkenson, James T. 589 
Wilkerson. Gary B. 
Wilkerson. Joe A 251.520 
WUkerson, Marilyn S. 
Wilkerson. Monty D. 
Wilkins. Suzanne 552 

Wilkinson, Gregory V. 
Will, Louis A. 552 
Wiliard. James A. 
William, Dede 330, 599 
WiUiam. Mary V 
Williams, Alma D. 
Williams, Angela E. 



;. Bert 

;. Beverly A 589 

;, Buff A 

;. Carol D. 520 

;. Carol G 



i, Donald L 277. 2S2. AS, 



;, Ervm 

;. Frankie J. 

;. Freddie D 

;. Gary L. 282. 478 

i.Gary R 552 

;. Gary W 520 

;. Glenda K S 

i, Howard D. 

;, Howard S. 

i, Jeffery K. 
;. Jeffrey L 
i, Jimmy A. 
i, Judith L 390. 521 

;, Kenneth L. 478 

i, Kenneth R 358. 478 

;! Leslie L 

;, Letton C 590 

;. Loren M 244. 521 



;! Madeline O 



634 Index and Directory 



Robert M. 

Roberl N. 478 
Roger L 478 



Tonda C 552 



Wayne G. 182,489 



Willig, 
WiU 






WiUis, Joy E 521 
Willis. Lyle L., Jr. 
Willis, Marilyn S. 
Willis. Peggy J 330, 460 
Willis. Robert B 590 
WUlmoth, Margaret K 
Willoughby. Dennis R. 
WiUoughby, Saundra C 
;, Bobbie J. C. 495 






.Barbara A. 249,251 



Wilson 


Bonnie M F 


Wilson 


Bruce D 


Wilson 


Catherines 245,479 




Charles G. 


Wilson 


Dan R. 346, 552 


Wilson 


Deborah A 521 


Wilson 


Donald A. 


Wilson 


Edward J 


Wilson 


James E. 


Wilson 


Jenny 340 


Wilson 


Jimmy 




Jo A 410, 552 


Wilson 


Judith D. 382, 552 


Wilson 


Kalhenne E. 552 


Wilson 


Kathryn L. 332, 552 


Wilson 


Leslie A, 196 




Lewis 




Marolyn S. 


Wilson 


Marvin J. 


Wilson 


Mary A. 521.603 






Wilson 


Nancy E. 


Wilson 


Oreille L. 


Wilson 


Patricia 


Wilson 


Pair ic id A. 




Patrick C 312.421 




Peggy J- W 




Phyllis AG. 


Wilson 


Rebecca J 360 


Wilson 


Rebecca R 552 


Wilson 


Robert C, 


Wilson 


Ronnie L. 




Rosana H 




Roy D 




Sally W 


Wilsoi 


Sam 


Wilson 


Sharon L 344, 495 


Wilson 


Sister Mary A 


Wilson 






Steven L. 




Tern R. 






Wilson 


Terry L. 


Wilson 




Wilson 


Timothy E. 




Vanessa D. 




Vicki S. 


Wilson 


Virginia C. 590 




Waldon C. 




Walter R. 




Wayne T 260 


Wilson 


William P. 


Wilson 


William R. 


Wilson 


William S. 






Winburn, Margaret A. 479 


Winburn, Samual L, 


Winchester, Nell L. 


Winfree. Sherry L. 330, 552 


Wing, Jill K 344. 590 


Wingate, Dallas C. 


Wingate. Rebecca A. B 479 


Wingert, Ann E. 244,411.521 




Wingo. Elaine W 211.480 


Winkle, Deborah D. 


Winkle, Peggy Jo 593 


Winkler. Jackee J. 


Winkler, Robert G. 


Winkl 


r, Wanda J. 590 



ers, Julia H R 489 
ers, Robert J. 552 

man, Glenda 

s, Karen J. 593 

i. Eric W 282,360 

her, Melvin G. 

. Debra L. 388.410,480 

, GeriS. 298. 521 

, Karen A. 590 

man, David K. 480 

man, Linda M. 

r. Dale N. 



it. Brian S. 339, 480 

tt. Ethel J. 

tt.Gary W 181.590 

ItJKithyE. 521 

tt, Linda J 244, 411,' 
tt, Lois J 521 

it. MalcombM 
it, Mary J. 521 
tt, Ophelia R. 
it, Sarah A- 
tt, Sondra C. 
it. William A 



i, Joseph R 
Woeste, Dennis C. 400 
Woeste, Marcia L. 480 
Wofford.Fredia L. 40( 
Wofford, Larry Y 



495 



', ThereseM. 552 
Wolf, Thomas E. 552 
Wolfe, George W 
Wolfe, Jeanne A. 
Wolfe. Jeffrey A 552 
Wolfe. Paula J 552 
Wolfe, Vicki K. 394 
Wolff, J Blaner 400,489 
Wolff, Mary E. 552 
Wolfinbarger, Joy 
Wolfmbarger, Marcia 
Wolfinbarger, Paul G 
Wolfinbarger. Paul G. 
Wolk. Deborah Lynn 588 
Wo mack, John H 
Womack, Teresa A 408 
Wombles. Russell 
WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 230 
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 301 
WOMEN'S FOUNDATION 327 
WOMEN S GYMNASTICS 302 
WOMEN'S INTERDORM BOARD 382 
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 299 
Wong. Tin Jor 360 
Woock, Stephen E 
Wood, Andra L. 
Wood. Charles D 
Wood, Diane S 246,480 
Wood, Gary L 
Wood, Harvie D 
Wood. Jessie W , Jr 590 
Wood. Jack 293 
Wood, Joe B 



J ■_ r . - . 



552 



Wood, Kathryn D 
Wood. Nan C. 
Wood, Peter S 
Wood. Ricky W 
Wood, Stephen D 248. 552 
Wood, Tommy G 
Woodall, GeneneC. 
Woodall. Paula K. 340. 552 
Woodcock, Janet M 396 
WooddeU. Sandra S 590 
Wooden, Arthur R 253.480 
Woodnng. James L. 221,552 
Woodrum, James W. 
Woodrum, Martha F 521 
Woods, Bobby J 
Woods, Brenda B 
Woods. Elizabeth T. 



Woods. Jane L. 480 
Woods, Judith L. 590 
Woods. Lloyd G 
Woods, Mary L. 590 
Woods, Maurice E. 
Woods. Michael L. 260 
Woods, Patricia J. 
Woods, Robert E, S52 
Woods, Tommy R. 
Woodward, George G. 
Woodward, June A. 495 
Woodward, Robert M 383. 552 

Woolery, Linda H 
Woolery, Pamela H. 480 
Woolet. David R 590 
Woolum, Jeffrey A. 
Woolum. Kerry L. 
Woolum, Pauline H. 
Woolum, Sherry L. 
Woolums, LaiTy T. 
Woolums, Richard T. 363 
Woolums, Sue J. 
Woosley, Betty J. 
Woosley, Donald R 356. 552 
Woosley. Donnie R 
Wooton. Octa B. 
Wooton, Sharon D 
Worfel, Dave 356 
Workman, Gail L. 384, 480 



Worley, Gary A 


Young 


David M 481 


Worley, Martha M. 480 


Young, David M, 358 


W-m.ill, Stephen P 


Young, David R. 481 


Worrell. Diana G. 


Young, Evelyn R 481 


Worrell, Steven A. 


Young, Floyd S. 593 


Worthington. Craig L. 552 


Young, Fred D. 260 


Worthington, Mary S, 480 


Young. Gary t. 


Wray, Kathryn A. H. 


Young, Hailey R 


Wren. Barbara N. 590 


Young, Harold W. 238 


WRESTLING 292 


Young, Howard L 591 


Wright. Billie B 


Young, Jan K 553 


Wright, Cora S. 480 


Young, Javene 298 


Wright, David L. 


Young, Jeffrey F 


Wright, David W 


Young. Jerry L. 230, 276, 2 


Wright, Donald 383, 521 


481 


Wright. Donald N 591 


Young, John 290, 291 


Wright, Donna J. 591 


Young, Judith H 


Wright, Ellen H. 552 


Young, Judy A 


Wright, Ethel 


Young, Mae B 


Wright. Frances E. 


Young, Margaret B 


Wright, James E, Jr. 489 


Young, Martin G. 


Wright, Jerry L 


Young, Matthew P 


Wright, Kenneth E 363.480 


Young, Michael W 


Wright, Kim N 351 


Young, Monila G. 


Wright, Kim W 


Young, Nancy R 


Wright, Larry R. 521 


Young. Pamela G 410,481 


Wright, Leitha L. 


Young, Paula A 591 


Wright, Lou A. 552 


Young, Philip F 


Wright, Marsha L. 344, 552 


Young, Robin 326 


Wright. Melissa L 


Young, Ricky L 553 


Wright. Nora M 


Young, Ronald F 


Wright, Owen W 


Young, Susan C 351 


Wright. Paul E. 


Young. Thomas A 


Wright. Paul L. 480 


Young, Valerie C 591 




Young, William E. 591 


Wright, Raymond J 


Young, William F. 


Wright, R.ta J. 


Young, William P 


Wright, Roger L. 


Youngs, Steven R 


Wright, Sherri L 




Wright, Shirley J. 


Yurt, Donna R 591 


Wright, Steve J. 355,480 




Wright, Verne J. 




Wright, Vicki Jo 410 


I 


T 


Wright, Vick.eS 213,409.480 






Wright, Wanda M P 


■ , 


Wright, Wayne E. 




Wu. Ming-li 247 






Wu. Julian F. 






Wu, Ming Li T 244. 489 






Wuetcher. Demse L. 385, 552 






Wetcher, Robert G 




Wuicik. Leonard F 




Wullschleger, David W. 




Wunderle, Thomas C. 480 




Wurfel. David G. 424.480 




Wurtzbacher. Karel L. 300 




Wyant, Nancy M. 591 




Wyatt.Carla Y 591 




Wyatt, Cleveland H 




Wyatt. Sandra K. 




Wyatt, Terry G 339,480 




Wyatt. William G. 




IVyler. Margaret 214 




Wylie, Timothy R. 521 




Wynkoop, Mary J. 489 




Wynn, Bobby W. 




Wynn.Willard D. 







Yamashita. Teruo 

Yancey, Meredith K 553 

Yang, Sunq-Chul 179 

Yang. Thomas J. 489 

Yankey. Norma J 

Yantz, Enoch, Jr. 

Yarberry, Dorinda S. 

Yarger. Larry D 

Yater, Sammy J 

Yates, Betty K 495 

Yates, Gary 

Yates, Gloria J. 

Yates. Howard E, Jr. 

Yates, James E 

Yates. James E 

Yates, Mary H 

Yates, Morris D. 

Yates, Pamela A. 591 

Yates, Verna J. 591 

Yeager. Celeste E. 389 

Yeager, Pamela A 344. 409 

Yeager, Terry L 593 

Yeaples. Alberta M. 553 

Yearsley, John W . Jr 

Yeary, William H . Ill 

Yeh. Richard H 421 

Yellin. Mark H. 276.277,591 

Yelton, Harold M , Jr 

Yelton, Mitch 480 

Yenger, Frank A. 

Yerian. Paul E 

Yohannes, Salem 

York, Fred A. Jr. 591 

York, Glendon W. 480 

York. Jackie R 591 

York, James E 

York, James S 

York, Kathie J.480 

York. Noble D 

York, Robert M 

York, Ruth E. 398. 553 

York, Sherman G. 

Yost. Dinah S 

Youmans, Roberl D. 

Young. Allan K. 

Young, Ardyce V. 

Young. Betty L. 480 

Young, Billie R 358,553 

Young, Brenda D. 481 

Young. Cecilia L. 

Young, Charles F. 356 

Young, Christie R 

Young, Coleman B 591 

Young, Danny B 

Young, Darrell G. 481 



Zaccarelli, Margaret 
Zaccarelli, Roberl G 
Zaidan, Karen S, 344 
Zamani. Mohammad E. 
Zanone, Joy L. 521 
Zanone, Wesley M 
Zeckner, Douglas J. 
Zegeer, Aileen M. 
Zehnder, Mark K 591 
Ze.gler. Mary L 554 
Zeits, Gregory G 407,481 
Zeller, Beverly J. 385 
Zeller, Gary A 
Ziemann, Jan E, 
Ziemann, Ruy B 401,402, 521 
Zimmer. Thomas E 355, 368 
Zimmerman, Dav.d W. 339. 368 
Elaine L. 



Zimmerman, Vicky L 
Zinner, John L- 481 
Z.nt, Daniel C. 294,295 
Zirnheld, Michael B 
Zoll. James R 
Zolondek, Oleta M 
Zonca. David A 593 
Zozula, Paul M 
Zuburg. Betsy J, 
Zuburg, Dennis W. 
Zuccala. Frank 363. 434 
Zuetcher, Joyce G. 
Zuercher, Richard R. 591 
Zuerner, Douglas L. 553 
Zullo, Brenda J 
Zumbiel, John R 339 



And . . the door closes another 



Index and Directory 035 



THE UNRETURNING 

We dedicate to those who come no more 
To see the redbud blooming in the spring, 
To sing with us the songs we used to sing, 

To open again a well remembered door, 

This page, these words. The men of quiet worth, 
The friendly ones who here have walked together, 
Our lads that raced the field in autumn weather, 

The merry souls that set our hearts to mirth 

Are "missing" on the oceans, in the air, 
The desert and the jungle and the snow. 
With a farewell thought of home, we well may knov 

They, our unreturning ones, have fallen there. 

But we see them, as we knew them, living — see 
Their faces laughing, wistful, gay, profound; 
Their voices steal upon us like the sound 

Of vanished music held in memory. 

Their names live on among us and we hear 
Them spoken often in the quiet day; 
And deep beneath the many things we say, 

Insistently they linger in the ear. 

And we who live beyond this time of tears 
And anguished loss and tragedy and pain 
Will hold in treasured memory down the years 

Our well beloved who will not come again. 

The 1943 Milestone 

Poem dedicated to those 

who lost their lives in World War II. 




In Memoriam 




President-emeritus William Francis O'Donnell, March 5, 1974; Mrs. O'Donnell, Dec- 



ember 8, 1973. 



Deborah Ann Nielander 

Covington 

October 20, 1973 



Rose Marie Ott 

Louisville 
October 20, 1973 



Paul Harold Collins 

Lexington 

March 2, 1974 



... and all of Eastern's sons and daughters who have left indelible marks 
on this campus. 






The year began so enthusiastically for me. It was the 100th anniversary of higher education 
on this campus, and I was editor of the CENTENNIAL MILESTONE. With such an activitiy- 
filled year ahead, I knew this would be the best yearbook ever! After the summer trip to 
Charlotte, North Carolina, when most of the final plans had been made; I was so excited - 
I couldn't wait unti the book was finished so everyone could see it. But wait I did — it was 
not until March 9, 1974 that the final pages were completed. 

It had been a bigger undertaking than I had imagined. It was funny, too; because it hadn't 
seemed like such a big job the year before, when I was a section editor. It was rough at times, 
especially when we were up until the early morning hours trying to meet a deadline. 

Staff members formed lasting friendships with each other, and were willing to lend a help- 
hand when a pressing section was due. All was not work, however. We enjoyed picnicing at 
Boonesboro with the PROGRESS staff, and celebrating Christmas at Mr. Feltner's. 

We had a lot of ups and downs throughout the year; and at times I thought it would never be 
finished. Well, it did get finished, and I want to thank all my staff members who stuck by me 
and devoted their time and energy when I needed them most — especially Allen Rader. 

My managing editor, Karen Dockery Brown, helped more than she realized. She listened to 
my complaints and tried to pull me through my low days. It was a good thing my business 
manager, Dave Sullivan, had a level head on his shoulders; otherwise, I would have never 
gotten anything accomplished. 

Since a yearbook is basically a picture book, it could never have been completed without 
excellent photographers, and indeed they were! One word described the quality of their 
pictures — Superb! Many, many thanks go to Larry Bailey, University Photographer, Paul 
Lambert, "Shutter Bugger," and their staff of student photographers; Jim Shepherd, Dan 
Quigg, Rick Yeh, Jeff Hayes, Don Wallbaum, Chip Osborne, and Ken Griffin. 

That last week was really hectic to say the least, and I thought it would never end. Without 
the help of the people in the Offices of Public Information and Public Affairs, it probably 
wouldn't have. Those who deserve a big thank you are: Karl Park, Don Rist, and John Win- 
necke; also, Mr. Feltner's secretaries. 

For all their help in the planning and publishing of the book a thank you is in order for 
Delmar Publishing Company. Especailly the MILESTONE representative, Ray Kidd, the 
national sales manager, Bob Anderson, and the art designer, who helped so much with the 
historical section and Centennial designs, Ralph Van Dyke. 

A very special thank you is extended to Mr. Donald R. Feltner, who never hesitated to give 
me encouragement even though the situation looked difficult at times. To Doug Whitlock, our 
dedicated adviser, I owe a very deep gratitude. He was always there to give me a pat on the 
back and said, "You can do it." With his help — I did. 

Sharon Stephens 



Milestone 639 



Specifications 



The 1974 MILESTONE was prepared by 
the students of Eastern Kentucky University 
and printed by offset lithography by Delmar 
Printing Company, Charlotte. North Caro- 
lina. 

All but 32 pages are printed on 80-pound 
Meade Black and White Matte offset stock. 
The special historical section, pages 17 
through 48, is printed on 80-pound Hopper 
Sonata offset ivory stock. Endsheets are 
Strathmore Rhododendron cover stock. 

The cover is a special order brown Cor- 
doba with blind embossures, applied metal- 
lay gold and a black overtone. 

Body copy for the opening 16 pages is 
Melior, 14 point with two-point leading; for 
the historical section (pp. 17-48). 10 point 
Melior italic, leaded one-point, and for the 
remainder of the book Melior 12-point with 
two-point leading. All outlines are eight- 
point. Senior listings are 10-point and un- 
derclasses, nine-point. Headlines are 24- 
point Melior except in the historical section, 
in which headlines are 24-point Melior 
Italic. 

Divisional pages are printed with steel 
die screen special effect, using inks PMS 465 
and black. 



Inks used in the special historical section 
are PMS #465 and #497. 

The four-color montage on page 16 was 
made from a composite of three separate 
transparencies. 

The inserted lithographed, four-color 
print of the Centennial Year Medallion is 
printed on 100-pound Meade Black and 
White stock. The medallions were photo- 
graphed in color by Delmar Studios, Char- 
lotte, North Carolina, and the four-color 
separations made by Jahn and Oilier En- 
gravers, Chicago, Illinois. 

Cameras used to photograph activity 
pictures both four-color and black-and-white 
included Nikon (35mm), Leica (35mm), 
Minolta (35mm), Nikkormat (35mm), Rollei- 
flex (2-1/4 x 2-1/4), Mamiyaflex (2-1/4 x 
2-1/4), Koni-Omega (2-1/4 x 2-3/4) 
and Graflex View (4 x 5). Lens focal lengths 
used ranged from wide angle, 18mm, to tele- 
photo 400mm. Senior and underclass por- 
traits were photographed with a Beatie 
Portronic Camera 70mm, using dual Speed- 
otron strobe lights, by Osborne Photographic 
Laboratories, Cincinnati. 

Press run was 8,800 copies.