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MILESTONE 75 



Volume 52 

Eastern Kentucky University 
Richmond, Kentucky 

David K. Sullivan, editor 

W. Allen Rader, managing editor 

John R. Madras, business manager 










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CONTENTS 

Foreword 4 

University Life 18 

Academics 120 

Honors 190 

Athletics 222 

Organizations 284 

Classes of 1975 390 

Underclasses 460 

Index and Directory . . .562 
In Memoriam 604 



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The first footfalls of the second century of 
higher education on the Eastern Kentucky 
University campus were the variegated 
ideas and aspirations of the persons who 
populated this heterogeneous reflection of 
the larger society. The campus was both 
the insulator and breeding ground for the 
development of these concepts, as through 
solitude and group interaction each pur- 
sued the achievement of one of man's 
cardinal aims — the improvement of life. 





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Diversity of interest punctuated the life of the Eastern 
student. Communication with the campus surroundings 
created the awareness that learning was to be found 
through avenues other than the traditional classroom, 
laboratory and textbook. Relationships between the com- 
ponents of the University Community developed a har- 
mony in academic and social learning. The freedom to pur- 
sue one's own lifestyle, while drawing from a century-long 
campus heritage, maintained in both the individual and the 
institution a special versatility and dynamism. 




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From the mystic union of the fruits of 
man's labor and the beauty of nature grew 
the soHdarity of the University campus to 
nurture and insulate the learning experi- 
ence. It was a blend of stately, old trees 
and young, vibrant flowers against the 
materialistic backdrop of steel, concrete 
and brick . . . 




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. . . That merged to create a thriving and workable 
world for the Eastern student: an environment in 
which the interfacing of creative attitudes and the 
youthful spirit of its citizens was accomplished in 
this colossus that is the modern multi-versitv. 




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Yet it was here we walked when ferns were springing, 
And through the mossy bank shot bud and blade — 
Here found in summer, when the birds were singing, 
A green and pleasant shade. 

— Robert Seymour Bridges 





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It was, then, the blend of academe', peo- 
ple, and the magic of eternal nature that 
made the first year of Century II another in 
the sequence of rebirths that come each year 
to Eastern, keeping her alive, vibrant and 
responsive. But, in the final analysis, it was 
the people, for . . . 




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"The people is a polychrome, 

a spectrum and a prism 

held in a moving monolith, 

a console organ of changing themes 

a clavilux of color poems." 

^Carl Sandburg 




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College Experiences 
Stimulates Individualism 

Four years of college lite, eoiisidered by many to 
be the most important part of a persons life, pre- 
sented student- with \arious new experiences. With a 
sense of independence not present before college, 
each individual shaped his own future. Whether gater- 
ing with friends outside the student center or captur- 
ing nature's beauty in the campus ampitheater. each 
day furnislied a record 12.571 Eastern students the 
opportunity to express their inner feelings. 

Responsibilities accomapnied students throughout 
their four years of higher education. Speculation, 
deliberation, and application were the residts of long 
hours of labor. Vet college life was more than just 
work. Acquiring nf\\' friends, partying on Thursday 
nights, and sharing experiences with dormmates were 
also vital parts of a persons learning process. 



Right: Lnthusiastic senior Keith Buenher supplies vocal support for the 
(;olonel basketball team. EJelow: Free mini-concerts during the first 
week of school allow freshmen to make new acquaintances. 





20 University Life 





Above: As classes resume, students flock to the fountain to welcome 
back returning friends. Left: In deep contemplation, Joanne Lepera 
absorbs the intricate designs found in nature. 



University Life 21 




Top: The Burnaiii Hall dorm mother aiid her assislaiils try to speed up 
room registration process as students arrive on eampus. Above: Trailers 
make the long trip of moving possessions easier tor both parents aird 
students. Right: Susie MiKee and Jean Leadingam find teamwork 
helpful when moving in those heavy objeets. 



22 University Life 




Roommates Assist 
With Moving In 

After driving long hours with a carload of clothes, 
books, and other necessities they just couldn't leave 
behind, the students arrived to once again fill the 
dormitory rooms. The long waiting periods to obtain 
their room assignments, keys, and to find out who 
their roommates were, added to the frustrations of 
the day. Then came the job of unloading all those 
"valuable possessions" they had acquired over the 
years. With the aid of roommates and parents they 
finally got the rooms cleaned and things put in place. 
Each had ideas as to how the room could best be 
made more livable. Thus, moving in continued over 
the months they were students at Eastern. 



Lefl: The ordeal of finding a place for ever\'thing awaits this coed as 
she begins the process of unpacking. Below: After the boxes are carried 
up to the rooms, parents come in handy with the cleaning and unpack- 
ing that follows. 




University Life 23 



Right: A student basks leisurely in the sun, taking 
a needed break from the day's activities. Below: 
Free transportation in the form of a two-deck bus. 
made half-hoiu' visits to the campus during; the 
first weeks of school. 




24 University Life 




Summer Sun Draws 
Students Outdoors 



With clai^scs not starting until I'lunsdav. students 
found themselves with ample tree time to spend 
leisurely on campus. As the university made last min- 
ute preparations tor the upcoming semester, students 
adjusted themselves to college life. Working together, 
bewildered students sought their way across an un- 
familiar campus. 

The warm, late summer days drew students out- 
doors before classes and studies began to consume 
much of their time. Many walked to downtown Rich- 
mond to sur\ey the stores and recreation facilities 
located there. Less ambitious ones prelVrrcd to laze 
around campus, soaking up the sunshine. 



Left: A campus employfe cleans ttie clock tower atop tlie Keen 
Jotinson Building for the t)eginning of a new semester. Bottom Left: 
Sliirley Stamper, a freshman from Lexington, enjoys a moments soli- 
tude in the ravine. Below: Students seek assistance in learning their way 
around eanipus. 




University Life 25 



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Wild Rush Begins 
The Fall Semester 



Fall rt'gistratioii began with tlic usual rush to the 
Jones Huildiiig to pick up packets. The lines were 
long and the wail frustrating, liut it was nonetheless a 
necessary step in the process oi obtaining those 
needed classes. Upon entering Alumni Coliseum tor 
the actual registration, the unending lines still per- 
sisted, with students attempting to get their advisors' 
signatures and awaiting their turn tt) request a certain 
class ill hopes that it woidd not \v[ be closed. Al- 
though the process was time consuming, more than 
12.500 students survived th(" ordeal and awaited the 
hesiiimino; of classes. 



Top Rigtit: ClicLkiiig cards tor appropriate information is one of tlie 
numerous tasks performed by registration workers. Below: Some stu- 
dents find t)ie registration proceedures quite stunning. Right: Students 
assisting in tlie registration process also seem confused at times. 





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Top: The distribution of cards aiid packets is a prerequisite to the 
ordeal that follows. Above: Students must often return to their advi- 
sors' stations for approval in case of an unplanned change in classes. 



University Life 27 




Top: This sludenl anxiously awaits the printing ol her new 
Eastern jer^ey. Above: University store employees prepare for 
the fall semester as they orderly shelve various paperback.s. 
Right: Centrally located between the student center and Keen 
Johnson building, the University Store provides students with 
the many needs of college life. 



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University Store Fulfills 
Class Preparations 

Tlic Litiiversity Store again provided (lie necessities 
to prepare for the upcoming semester. The store 
offered a wide variety of supplies ineluding text- 
books, study g;uides, reference books, art suppHes, 
and laboratory and physical education equipment 

The sales clerks demonstrated their eagerness to 
assist new stiidents in locating their textbooks by 
wearing lee shirts reading "T Can Help." The com- 
bination of added cash registers and courteous per- 
soiuiel made the service more efficit-nt. 




Above Left: With tiie wide variety of course offer- 
ings, locating the proper textbook is a tiresome and 
tedious chore for Harold Gray. Left: Store cashiers 
assist this coed in purcha^sing the needed class ma- 
terials. 



University Life 29 




Practical Experiences 
Enliven Learning 

Classes began with students getting invohed into 
the praetical aspects of their major area of studv. 
Students found that it was easier to learn by doing 
than through the lecture method of teaching. From 
the classroom and textbooks came theories with 
which the student could apply in life situations. How- 
e\er. many hours were spent by them in the labora- 
tories and practice centers around campus. 



Above: A coed karate cla.'is practices punch exercises in order to 
increase their skill and agility. Right: Sharon Mandell finds genetic 
techniques a time consuming ordeal as she sexes fruitflies for her 
experiments. 




30 University Life 





Left: The pipe organ in Brock Auditorium renders harmonious sounds 
as this music student spends many hours in practice. Above: Broadcast- 
ing students learn the controls of radio station equipment during 
laboratory time. EJelow: Mike Shepherd applies educational theory to 
his classroom instruction as he begins a career in the teaching profes- 
sion. 




University Ijfe 31 




.\bove: Group disriis^ion in Amrricaii h\s- 
tor>- classes allow students the time to de- 
bate ideas on certain subjects. Right: Elaine 
DouTis practices her g\mnastics ability in 
the \\ eaver facilities. 



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Students Participate 
In Class Exercises 



Students found Irctun's to l»c inforinalive. In their 
classes they I'ornudaled many ideas through diseus- 
sioM anil practice with their peers. They were able to 
later on extend these ideas to applicable field experi- 
ences. From practicium to organizing recreational 
programs in the Richmond Coininunitv. the students 
began utilizing their knowledge. 



Left: Dr. Marie Thompson stresses the importance of maintaining good 
healtli by eating the proper foods. Below: Educational foundation 
classes teach fundamental teaching methods to future teachers. 




University Ufe 33 




Above: Jan. Bowman, a t're>hinen law enforcement student, spends 
some of his spare time ulilizinf! the Powell bowling facilities. Right: The 
early days of fall provide students with time to enjoy a few .scI.n of 
tennis after lale afternoon cla.sses. Below: Syd Tate and Cathy .\llen 
test llieir ability at a game of billards. 



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Students Covet 
Free Time 



Coveted by every University student, tree lime was 
souglit and enjoyed h) all. Whether the student had 
money to spend or just time to waste. EKU provided 
a variety of aetivities to release the building up of 
tensions aeeonipaning eollege hfe. Loeated in the 
Powell Building, a recreation center provided facililies 
such as a bowling alley, pool tables, foosball, and air 
hockey, if an outdoor envirunnieni better suited the 
personality, relaxation was found in the ravine or on 
the tennis court during the warmer months. On week- 
ends students spent free time viewing campus movies, 
playing racquet ball at the Begley Building, and 
taking ad\antage of the increased luimber of open 
houses. Free time was a needed facet of the college 
student. How it was spent depended on each iiulividu- 
ai's philosophy. Whether it was just rapping with 
friends, viewing a sport event, or participating in a 
recreational activity. Eastern provided facilities adapt- 
able to eaeii personality. 



Top: Proving their skillful ability, Mariko Kanamori and Manit Wong- 
somboom challenge Linda Davis and Sitlii Assanlivat to fast moving 
game of foosball. Above: The trees in the ravine provide a convenient 
place for students to test their tree climbing abilities. 



University Life 35 




Rising Food Costs 
Strain Student Budgets 

\\ith the rising fuoii costs eating became a diffi- 
cult necessity in which the student had to search for 
the best buys. Tlie canijius grill and cafeteria, cen- 
trally located in the Powell Building, maintained last 
year's prices which contributed to their increased 
popularity Lunch specials aided those students on 
tight budgets and \et provided them with nourishing 
meals. Many students preferred to go off campus in 
search of a varietv of different foods. From grabbing 
a (juick hamburger to hours of enjoying a large meal, 
one could find satisfaction at one of the many restau- 
rants in and around Richmond. Others preferred to 
run to the grocery and pick up caiuied goods and the 
like. Such things as pre-cooked dinners and cans of 
tuna and soup were among the more popular items 
found in the students' shopping cart. Once back to 
their quarters, students could prepare these foods 
rather quickly as they maintained a busy college 
schedule. 



Top: Drive-in restaurants proMdr iioiinshnn'nt tor tlie student on the 
go. Right: Many students tind the Powell cafeteria loaded with nutri- 
ious dinner meals. Bottom Right: Grabbing a quick burger is a common 
practice among students with achve schedules. 




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Left: Dawn Crisp purchases food items in order to prepare a quick 
sandivich between clajsses. Above: Grill specials entice students to save 
money wliile still obtaining good food. Below: These students find the 
grill a convenient place for a snack and to spend some time rapping 
with friends. 




University Life 37 



Transportation Adds To 
Student Lifestyles 

Transportation needs xaried in each ol' thie stu- 
dents' lifestyles as tlie year progressed. lMan> loiind 
that rising prices of gasoline and oil made operating a 
car too expensive while living on a student budget. 
Others found the need outweighed the cost as autcj- 
mobile service centers continued to be filled witli 
students gasing up for tho.se weekend trips to visit 
parents and friends. However, the budget eonseious 
student found less expensive melhods of getting 
aroinid (he campus and Richmond communities. 
Walking, of course, was everyone's basic method. The 
central location of Eastern among the business dis- 
tricts of Richmond made the walks bearable. Other 
means such as bicycles, motorcycles, and golf carts 
were found dotting the eam[)us .surroundings. 

The campus parking facilities were again crowded. 
In contrast to rising fuel prices an increased number 
of student owned automobiles decreased the number 
of parking spaces available. Illegal parking citations 
were issued to those who chose to park out of zone. 
Eastern's .securits reinforced parking regulatit)ns for 
camj)us safet\ . 




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Right: As the overall inexpensiveness and tlie enjoyment of riding are 
realized by more Eastern students, bicycles are found chained to many 
accessible spots. Below: Regular servicing of automobiles allow students 
to save on unnecessary repair bills. 










.38 University Life 




Top: Vans can be a colorful form of transportation, especially after the 
owner adds his final touches of self expression. Above: This Eastern 
student uses a golf cart as a means of transportation in order to arrive 
promptly at scheduled classes. Right: Campus security issues a citation 
to a vehicle parked illegally in a fire lane in front of the Jones building. 



University Life 39 



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Top: In the solitude of her room, this (;iay Hall resident catches up on 
some necessary reading. Above: Lma Welch perches in her window sill 
as she gazes upon the lights in Brockton arid dreams ol the future. 
Right: On a sunny February day Debbie Morris, Maggie Varborough, 
and Connie Tamme remove a screen from a Sullivan hall window to 
gain access to a ledge for easy execution of frisbee throwing. 



40 University Life 




Dorm Life Stimulates 
Close Friendships 

Servinjf as a home lor many Eastt'rn coeds, dormi- 
tories provided living quarters and Irieridships to tlie 
students who lived within their boundaries. The early 
facial washes in the bathrooms, social gatherings on 
special occasions, and late-night slu<lying all became a 
special pari ol the lives ihey touched. Noisy halls 
made studying that much m(jrc hectic, yet the friend- 
ships which developed had nuniiM\)Us far-reacliing re- 
sults. l)(jrmatory living provided students with a 
chaiue to share experiences, gel along with other 
people, and dr(\im of Ihc I'll lure to come. 



Left: Preparations for the following day's appearance often begin the 
night before. Eielow: Reading during the late hours serves as a relaxing 
way to end the day's aetivities. 




University Life 41 



Men Benefit From 
Residential Programs 

Li\iiiu; closlv with nicii Iroiii arross the nalidii. lili' 
in one ol' Easlcrii's eight men's dorms proved to be 
botli a trying as well as rewarding experience, floor 
residents eombined their physical talents and entered 
teams in intramural competition. House councils pro- 
vided special programs such as Commonwealth's 
mo\ie presentations and Palmer's karate demonstra- 
tion. All dorms conducted table tennis and rook 
tournaments to initiate rt'sidcnl participation. Other 
\arious activities in( luding several iuterdorm cl'I'orts 
rounded out a bu.sy schedule. 

Inconvenience was also a residt of the close con- 
finement. Card parties and loud music sometimes 
hampered slud\ el forts while I'irccracker attacks 
could result in irregidar sleeping habits. Kegardlc>s ol 
the disadvantages, dorm life proved to be an educa- 
tional experience. 



Right: Ueveloping a feeling of comradery, gatlierings in tlie liall result 
in the ambusli of an unsuspecting floor mate. Below: Winning the rush 
to the sink, these men prepare for ttieir day ahead. 




42 University Life 





Top Left: Late night card games provide competi- 
tion among men's dorm residents. Above: A result 
ol carelessness, a room on the eleventh floor of 
Dupree suffers damage. Lett: Greg Lamping uses 
an old family receipt to prepare a midnight snack. 



University Life 43 



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Above: While her husband catches up on his studies Donna Johnson 
takes advantage of the quiet time to enjoy her hobby interest of needle- 
point. Right: The captivation of a sporting event does not interfer with 
regular infant feeding schedules as indicated by tliis young father. 
Below: .\ii enjoyable evening of card playing provides a change of pace 
for the bu.sy married couple. 




44 University Life 





Brockton Facilitates 
Married Student Life 



BrockfDii provided a varifly ul living facilities For 
married students. Apartments, trailers, and houses 
were available to eligible couples on a reasonable basis. 
Married student bousing offered an environment con- 
ducive to study while at the same time serving as 
many nevvlyvveds' first home. (Couples experienced a 
modified dorm lilc by collectively playing cards, by 
rapping with friends, and by participating in group 
recreational activities. The con(e[)t of the nuclear 
family became predominant with the interaction of 
the entire Brockton community. As a result, current 
lifestyles were broken away from the traditional ex- 
tended family idea of generational ties by developing 
independent marital relationships. 



Top: In Uieir warm aiid secure Brocklon apartment. Ish and Donna 
Jolinson take a break from study aiid work by enjoying a night of 
televised entertainment. Left: The bicycle, a popular sight on Eastern's 
summer campus, is the mode of local transportation to the Jones 
Building for both mother aiid cliild. 



University Life 45 



Right: Oil campus living allows .students the opportunity to study in a 
independent atmosphere. Below; Relaxed in the living room of her 
apartment just off campus. Sheila Maynard listens to an album while 
preparing for her sociology class. 





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Off Campus Living 
Appeals To Students 

Taking advantage ol university policy, some stu- 
dents chose to live off-campus. Local apartment com- 
plexes as well as trailer courts were popular choices. 
These living quarters eliminateil some of the disadvan- 
tages of dorm life. 

However, disadvantages accompanied students in 
iiomes off campus. Besides rent payments, monthly 
light and gas bills had to be taken care of. Finding 
transportation to classes was an added responsibility. 



Top: Apartment residents anticipate visits from neighbors and campus 
friends. Above Left: Four burner electric stoves and ample kitchen 
space make the preparation of home cooked dinners less of a chore. 
Left: Sharing an apartment with her older sister, sophomore Danita 
Maynard entertains guests with her Lvely guitar music. 



University I,ife 47 




Commuters Embark 
On Daily Journey 

Many shideiits in siirroimding comities chose to 
spend early morniiiff and late afternoon hours travel- 
ing lo anil from the ltii\crsit\. The inonev saved 
Ironi dorm Ices was put toward fuel expenses and 
wear and tear of their transporlation \ chicles. Due to 
the innnerous obstai les encountered ;ilong the wav. 
extra time often had to be considered when departing 
for the day's classes. Heavy traffic and delays led to 
frustration, causing a strain on the remaining part of 
the daih' activities. 




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Fraternity Housing 
Reaches New Plateaus 

Marking tlie ?eioiul year traternit\ liouses were in 
operation, new ideas and clianges opened avenues lor 
improvement. Altliougli the houses were off eampus. 
they were still under superxision of the Lni\ersitN. 
The Uni\ersitv increased the allowanee of the numljer 
of fraterniU memijcrs whirh could li\t in the houses 
from six to eight. 

The fraternit) housing ga\e memhers the chance 
to experience an entirely different form of ii\iiig. 
Moving from the dormitory to the house invoKcd the 
acquiring of different .study hahits and sleeping times. 
The houses served as the huh of acti\ities for the six 
fraternities which had them. Mixers with sororities, 
rush parties, and simpiv cooking a meal or relaxing in 
front ol' ;i lelevisioii set added to the life in these 
houses. As the utilization of these facilities were 
increased, the house was initiated as an intregral part 
ol fratenud living at Eastern. 

Right: Per-onal touches are affixed to individual sleeping quarters in 
order to achieve a sense of identity. Below: Brothers and sisters of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon assist each other ni cleaning tlie kitchen alter a 
late breakfast. 





50 L'niversit\- Life 





Left: These SAE brothers enjoy the privacy of their own basketball 
goal. Above: Teke's Terr>' Shull, Bill Adams, aiid Keitli Buehner are 
joined by a Kappa Alpha Theta friend. Jane Brenner, as tliey discuss tlie 
days evenLs during Happy Hour. Below: Steve Bailer finds the living 
room of the Sigma Nu house a quite and relaxing environment to catch 
up on la.^t minute fraternity matters. 




University Life 51 



Downtown Provides Thursday Night Entertainment 



\\eekeiul a(ti\ itifs In-gaii on Thur-da) evenings as 
Ea.-tern students flooded Richmond's '"niglit"' spots 
tor a louple hours of dancing and refreshments. Fri- 
day mi)rning tests failed to silence the sounds of 
partying as local Listroe> provided Hve entertainment. 
Action downtown typically started around [):'M) and 
lasted until midnight at which time private parties 
were organized. Off-campus parties gave students the 



opportunitN to socialize until the wee hours of the 
morning. % eariness often accompanied those students 
attending first period classes the next morning. A 
long weekend of partying begins with a smile, a wave, 
and a [iat on the hack. 



A long weekend of partying begins with a smile, a wave, and a pat on 
the bacli. 




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Nostalgic Dancing Highlights Student Events 



The weeks were filled with varied interests of 
entertainment and one of the most growing was an 
interest in daneing. From tlir rhursday night down- 
town excursions to social events sponsored by cam- 
pus organizations, many enjoyed this Inn l.ning art. 
As new dances appeared on tlie scene it was no time 
till they hit the student entertainment spots. Filled 
with laughter and loud music these places were the 
sight of many hours of enjoyment. The sponsoring of 
a'sadie Hawkins Day dance during the tail semester 



found the feminine role playing a strong part in the 
days events. In the >pring. the fifties came to life as 
greased hair and pony tails danced to the music of the 
Phi Mu Alpha honorary rock and roll gioup. \ aried as 
the dames were the students enjoyed the socializing 
that came with these activities. 



Below Various signs around campus remind students that it is tune to 
pull out the letter sweaters and saddle shoes to roek and roll as they did 
i,, the 5(rs. Bottom: Executing the dances of a past decade, these 
>tudenls enjoy Ihe lun involved in doing the hunuy hop. 




Top: Dressed in country attire tlie captives of Sadie Hawkins Day 
festivities enjoy dancing at one of the many Interdorm activities. Left: 
Recreation of the 5()'s art of bubble blowing is a challenge for this 
young coed. Above: The jukebox in the Powell Center grill is the sight 
of nemerous dancing exhibitions as this young couple demonstrate their 
version of the bump. 



University Life 55 




Above: To L.yiin Kriday. iT^uisporling dirty ilotlics 
home tor mom to wash .seem.s to be aii easier ciiore 
thaii keeping them at school to do herself. Right: 
Limited trunk space presents an obstacle to over- 
come as this yomig mail wonders where the next 
suitcase is goins to be stored. 




50 University Life 





Suitcasing Vacates 
Campus Community 

The grand exodus of Eastern students on Friday 
afternoons gave the ap[)earanee of a suitcase campus. 
Preferring home to the dorm life, students left to see 
friends, to work, and to enjoy home-cooked meals. 
Eastern's relative closeness to major cities and in- 
creased school holidays gave rise to weekend visits 
away from the campus area. Escaping the studious 
atmosphere, they found refuge in modern shopping 
centers, at spectator sporting events, and at concerts 
of popular performing artists. The reality of college 
life brought refreshed travelers back .Sunday night 
ready to begin a week of concentrated study. 



Above Left: MartJia Ballard and Sylvia Smith find a short inconvenient 
walk to the car a small price to pay for a ride home. Above: Searching 
for a glimpse of a familiar car. Su.san Kadal and Steve Merii take 
advantage of the waiting moments to say good-bye for tlie weekend. 
Left: A stone wall in front of Burnam provides a comfortbale seat for a 
student anxiously awaiting transportation away from the campus. 



University Life 57 



Richmond Abounds 
With Friendly People 

Surrounding tlie Ea^tt'r^ campus, the coinniunity 
of Rirhinunil was niuili iullutMiccd hy Lni\ersity 
activities. Tiie >cat of Madison County. Richmond 
offered entertainment, business estabUshments. shop- 
ping facilities, and cluirches at which to worship. 

The most important facet of this rural community 
was its people. The friendly and courteous 16.900 
residents assisted students at every possible moment. 
Through church organizations citizens opened their 
doors manv times cooking dinners for their campus 
friends. Presenting advantages not available in large 
cities. Richmond's appeal attracted many to Eastern 
Keiiluckv L'uiversitv . 



Right: Madi,-on County larmers \isit tlie couiih seat to take care of 
legal affairs. Below: A dowitowii restaurant sen es homecooked plate 
lunches to students and residents on lunch breaks. 





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Left: KunniM|J llirout;li llu' center of tomi. Main 
Street bustles with aetivity during a work day. 
ESottom Left: Whittling to consume some free 
time, this resident wails for the arrival of friend.s. 
Below: To understand the citizens" needs, an offi- 
cer of the Richmond police force communicates 
with the townspeople. 










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Above: Pinball machines ajid billiard.^ are two 
of llie recreational facilities offered an arcade. 
Right: Checkini» the designs of tlouer pots, 
Helen Graves and Jean Pohlniann compare 
pnces in an import noveltv* shop. 



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The Strip Offers a 
Multitude of Emporia 

Tlie most rapidly expanding area in Richmond, the 
■'Strip" provided an extremelv wide variety ol stores, 
restaurants, and enlertainnienl eslahlishments. Lo- 
cated on the Eastern liy-Pass. this l)nsiness district 
was within easv walking distance ol the campus. 
Shopping centers offered a multitude of enterprises, 
including an ice cream parlor, drug stores, department 
stores, and novelty shops. 

Privately-owned and chain restaurants lined both 
sides of the By-Pass. Those desiring a me;d were able 
to choose among the numerous hamburger, chicken, 
and pizza establishments. Recreational facilities of 
tlie '"Strip" attracted many students and town resi- 
dents. Two new modern cinemas displayed the latest 
screen hits. By continually expanding throughout the 
year, the "Strip" offered even more advant;iges to 
Eastern and the city of Richmond. 



Top Left: Students compete on the simulated speed racing game Trak 
Ten at tlie Strip's amusement center. Top Right: Nationally advertised 
fast food restaurants offer community residents and visitors a wide 
selection of food. 



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Students Capitalize On 
Solitary Locations 

l)e.-j)ilr (he tiirlmli'tit lilc v\ev prt'scnl in llir ml- 
|('o;t' cotiiiiiiinil\ . lliiTf >lill ii'inainril a\<'r\ intrijial 
pari ol the uni\eisit\ experience to Aviiirli students 
applied thenisehes during calmer and more serious 
parts of the day - STUDYING. 

The campus prosided se\eral escapist spot> whii li 
proNcd ideal for >()aking u|.) material to he cci\ercil i)\ 
I'hurMhn "s hiolugx te.-l ur >(il\ing prolilems lor trig 
class. Tlie ra\ine. a traditional outtloor studying 
phice. ottered nature's aesthetic surroundings, hi- 
doors. .-tudents were able to ""get a\va\ from it all"" at 
a corner desk in the lihrar\ or in the comfortable 
decor of one ol the Powell Huildinu;V spaiious 
lounges. Whether indoors or out a student could 
aluav- find hi> own quiet niche in which to ah-cirb 
know Icdi^c. 



Riglit: Kon Spurrier attempt.- to solve some dil't'icult accounting prob- 
lems m the peaceful surrounduias oi the ravine. Below: Dozens of 
reference book.s become nece.ssan, lor jill Kiddlebarger in order to 
gather mt'ormation tor a term paper. 








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Top: While studying in the ravine. Patty Smith tries to make the best of 
lingering mild autumn weather before winter days arrive. Left: Craig 
Williams, an e,seapist philosophy major for New York City, tinds a 
placid studying spot amidst campus greenery. Above: Pooling their 
resources, these students resemble a seance gathering in an effort to 
minimize tlie study load. 



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Students Learn 
Self-Defense Methods 



\ \\i-\\ ciMiiM' w a- iiuluilcd Id iii>liu(l sliidcnls ill 
self ilrlciiM'. I'liiiiaiiK ci h irilinalcil In Icaili uuincii 
liDu to pnilril lliciiisrKc- lidin iiiu;i;i<-i>. ami oilier 
altarki'is. it u a> met l)\ a Irrmcmlous ic>|ioiisi'. Tlie 
|)m|)(i>f \\a> to tiai h woinni prolt'ction Iccliiiiqut's 
not lor alla(kiii;j:. I'lir cla.^s began with exereises to 
strengllieii Ikk k ami leg imiselcs. Developineiil in this 
area reailied llie mdisidual for initial iiileraelioii. Tlie 
main <rileria u a> to keep ajerl and not let the allaek- 
er ealeh one olT guard. The eneomagement ol de\eh 
ojiiii^ tliex' iixd'iil >kill- added |o the learning kmiu- 
ledc'e ol the l'Ja>tern sliidenl. 



Right: Mr. Wall.ui- cirmoiislrati-.-. Ilie Iroiil tlirou niclhod to Su.sic 
Hopper. Below: lii.slriii tor Jini Wallace guides Judfi- I lunii m kick aiid 
throwing tccliimjucs. 





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Autumn Hues Color 
Campus Scenery 

Autumn hues colort'd Eastern's campus in golds, 
bruwns. reds, and Ijurnt oranges. October's bright- 
blue weather painted the leaves on the trees while 
November's gales brought them swirhng to tlie 
ground. Warning of the cold winter to come, fall's 
chilling temperatures were perfect for a wiener roast 
with a roaring fire, allowing one final fling before 
setthnji down to the confining months ahead. 







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Band Day Salutes 
Kentucky Bicentennial 

A (luul)l(' attracticjii was in stctrr in the carh au- 
tumn tla\ s oi' ScptcnilxT as Eastern liustcd its annual 
band (la\ and a lionic Culoncls f()(jtl>all gaint-. More 
than 40 higli sehool bands from around tlie state, led 
by EKU's Model Laboratory School Band, paraded 
from the campus througii downtown Richmond. 
Full of enthusiasm and high spirits tlie bands passed 
in the re\ ieu of students, parents, and local tou ns- 
people. Spirits were high as tiie warm sunshine added 
st\ le to the da\"s festivities. Numbering about 4.500 
the high school musicians performed at the halftime 
show in a musical salute to Kentucky's Bicentennial 
Celebration. The program included folk times asso- 
ciated with tlie heritage of Kentucky and tlie state 
sons of "Mn Old Kentuckv Home", focusing; on the 
greatness of the state. The da\ was filled with more 
sunshine as Eastern whipped East Tennessee State 
21-20. 



Right: Old Glor> waves her magnificence throughout downtown Rich- 
mond svhere these proud band members step high to the surrounding 
music. Below: Performing in spirited enthusiasm, female drill team 
members execute a pom-pom routine as thes pass the presidential 
reviewing stand. 






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Top: Adding color to pre -game ceremonies, the Marching Maroons' flag 
carriers and drum corps lead the salute to the nation. Left: Natives of 
Richmond line Saturday morning's parade route, witnessing the numer- 
ous visiting band unit.s. Above: In position on Hanger Field, the high 
school musicians perform in a inu.sical salute to the Kentucky Bicen- 
tennial Celebration. 



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Campus Converts To 
Storybook Fantasyland 

Excitciuciit |iif\ailr(l on the riiajiiral rampiis kitig- 
duiii as Eastern |)rr|)aicil for lloniccominii '74. Weeks 
of planning and diligent work v\ere required by the 
subjeets as the Richmond community readied for 
this festive weekend. Working with the Homecoming 
theme "A Storvbook Vietorv," the fair maiden resi- 
dents excelled in promoting spirit as Telford Hall 
captured first |jlace in castle decoration competition. 
Loval subjects who had graduated returned t(j East- 
ern as the classes of 1964 and 1969 held class re- 
unions. On Friday night, queen aspirants were pre- 
sented at the gala Homecoming Dance, which fea- 
tured Bobb\ Lance and the Celtics. Sidjjects of vari- 
ous (jrganizations constructed magical floats fanta- 
sizing such stor\h(jok characters as "Wiiuiie-tlic- 
Pooh" and "jack-and-tiie-Beanstalk."' for Saturda\ 
morning's parad(\ 

On Hanger Field llie l.allle of OVC fo(^ti)all inten- 
sified the excitement of this Homecoming Day. East- 
ern, Murray, and Western were lied in the quest for 
the OVC crcjwii. Tension mounted as 18,300 subjects 
engidfed in homecoming spirit, awaited the show- 
down with Murray State. 



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Left: Constructed by Commonwealth and Clay halls, this prize winning 
float "Pooh on Murray", utilizes A. A. Milne's character "Winnie-the- 
Pooh." Below: Princess Brenda Todd contemplates the day's events 
while riding atop a royal carriage. Bottom: Long hours of hard labor 
and festive merrymaking among the (Jreek subjects results in the 
r<'creati(Ki ol Ilie storybook I'antasy "Jack-and-tlie-Bcanstalk.' 




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Knightly Combat Gains 
Regal OVC Victory 

The lloinccoming Dav b(']tiaii Ix-autilulK as the 
kingdom was batht'd in wariii morning sunshine. 
Court and guest nuisieians. magical floats, jesters, and 
attractive princesses tickled the fancies of yoinig and 
(j|d while thev reviewed the storybook parade. 

W itii the Colonels dominating the condiat and 
conquering 270 yards on the battlefield. Eastern cap- 
tured its first Homecoming victorv since 1970. This 
win marched Eastern closer to its idtimate goal, the 
coveted ()\ (J crown which had not hi'en worn liy the 
Colonels since 196H. 

Excitement did not end after the conquest as the 
Center B(jard presented a spectacular Homecoming 
Concert. Doc Severinson and His Now Generation 
Brass featuring Today's Children enchanted the con- 
cert crowd. 





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Left: (^ontributinf; to the storybook week- 
end, l>oc Severinson, costumed in a glitter- 
ing Donald Duck applique, inspires the sub- 
jects with his magical trumpet. Bottom 
Left: Dancing damsels perform to the color- 
lul tunes of court musicians from the king- 
dom. Below: Visiting from Columbus, Ohio, 
Paul Love ^48 joins other returning grads to 
perform in the Alumni Band. 




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Loyal Subjects 
Crown Their Queen 



Prior to the. wrc-kcnd of Ihe Storybook Victory 
(■<l<l)ration, lh(- loyal siibjrf.t.s cast th(;ir ballots for 
Ihr fifteen fairrst damsels in the land. The, final 
sclci lion of I lie (|Micn was made, by a royal commit- 
Icc. As Ihc day's frstiviti('s moinitcd, they | ' 
Hanger Stadium to crown their Queen Sherry iMoore. 

Sherry, was a twenty-two year old senior nursing 
sliident from Portsmouth, Ohio. Sponsored by the 
Assoeialion of the United States Army, she held the 
title of "Queen Alhena," (•,hf)sen annually l)y East- 
ern's mililary oroani/alion and advanced cadets at 
thi'ir mililary hall. Sherry also served as Commander 
of Ihc IK) I'd Sponsor (^orp, as president of Pikettes, 
and as a member of the Kentucky Student Nursing 
Association. 







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Leit: HREINDA TODD, Cast- Hall. Below: DONNA 
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EKU Players Present 
Shakespearian Comedy 

Tlic tliird week ol' October marked the first of the 
EKU Players' tlieatrical productions for the year. 
Performed in Gifford Theatre, "Twelfth Night" was 
direeleil by Drama Uepartiiieiit chairman, Dr. Rich- 
ard Henson. The Shakespearian comedy, dealing with 
a young girl's quest for information about her broth- 
er, required a large cast. Student and faculty act(jrs 
rehearsed eight weeks for the lour nighth' perfor- 
mances. Designed by Jean Drusedow. the colorful 
costumes were fashioned bv Drama 100 stutlents. 
This emotional play motivated attendance to the re- 
mainder of the Players' successful productions. 




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Special Effects Add 
Touch of Originality 

Capitalizing on (he \cr;r^atility of the Clarence H. Gif- 
ford tlieatie, "Blithe Spirit"" was the first pla\ to l)e 
performed in Theatre-in-thc-round. Oirtcted Ia Dr. 
Bob Sporre, the seven iriember cast effeeli\ely portra\ - 
ed the characters of Noel (.ouard's im|jrobahle farce. 
Tiic sll)r^ in\ol\ed a noNciisl. who when writing 
aljonl spiritiiahsni, accidentiy brings back his first 
wife tkiring a practice sc'ance. Special effects such as 
levitating furniture and unexpected explosions of 
smoke added a spark of originality to the powerful 
comedy. 




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Alumni Coliseum Rocks 
With Rare Earth 

Making coiucrl [x'ri'ormanccs of popular groups 
and soloists available to stndcnis (lirouglioLil the year, 
l'ni\ersity Outer Pxiard iK'gan \sith itare hlartli. Sep- 
tember 4. riie aiidieiire was alisorlAed in ninsic from 
each of the rock group's four gold albums. lA-ology. 
Get Ready. One World, and Rare Karlh in (Concert. 
Agreeing that music is a carrier of feeling, all six 
mend)ers admitted to joining the group lor the op|)or- 
tunily to better express themselves. The Alumni (Coli- 
seum abounded with e\idence of musical taltMit and 
expression as Ray Monette and Mike I rson exhibited 
their ability in playing guitars. Fete lloorelbeke de- 
lighted the audience with a drum solo and vocal 
performances. Ed (iuzman's concentration on the 
congas added to the group's overall soimd. Mark 
Olson's plaving on the keyboard and organ and Gil 
Bridges' versatility in switching from flute to saxo- 
phone brought variety to Rare Earth's style. 




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Murray And Davis 
Charm Student Audience 



October 3, 1974 was the date of a packed Alumni 
(Coliseum. Adorned in a green vehet and rhinestoned 
pantsuif. Anne MLiria\ iapli\ated the crowd with her 
countrv charm. Appealing to tlie female members in 
the audience. Mac Da\is had them actuaLlv l)elie\iiig 
in music with songs such as "".*^he's a Hell of a ^\ oman" 
and "Whoever Finds This. 1 Lo\e 'l ou." M>. Nhirrav 
received a standing ovation after holding the concert 
attenders spellbound with her popular hits of "Snow- 
bird." "Daiuiy's Song." and "Lonc Song." The addi- 
tion oi Mr. Da\is" "poor l)ov "" nuisical techniques to 
the last part ot the show encouraged audience partici- 
pation. The humor and musical ability of such perfor- 
mers as Davis and Murray proxdded a relaxed evening 
of entertainment sponsored by Eastern"s Center 
Board. 





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Kristofferson Highlights Center Board Activities 



Eastrni stmlcnts oiuc ag;tiii Itcnct'itcd from tlic 
otTorts ol' the liii\(Tsit\ (It-iitrr I'xiard in Feljniarv 
wlii-n Kri.- kii.-tolTcrsoii and his wife Rita (^oolidge 
pertorined before a substantial crowd in the Ahimni 
Coliseum. Both Kris and Rita made an all-out consci- 
entious effort to deli\er a solid presentation of musi- 
cal abilil\ . 

Throusliout the concert, each member of the band 



uas highlighted indi\ iduallv. and liotli Kris and Rita 
pla\cd solo sets of the music thc\ are best known for. 
In the linal portion of the sho\\. the couple sang 
together uniquely as husband and wife. Each contri- 
buted their o^vn singular talent, and backed by an 
expert band, ((unbini'd to be one of the best "duo- 
groups" that Eastern has e\er been fortunate enough 
to encoiuiter. 




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Frequent Snowfalls 
Delight Students 

Eastern and Central Kentucky got a better taste of 
winter tliaii in past years. Winter erept upon the 
campus and cpiieth draped tlie ground witli a white 
l>hinket. Campus surroundings acquired a dil'i'erent 
appearance as tree brandies became frosted by 
the cold wind and ice. Students experienced the sea- 
son's serenity while viewing the Ircshlv lallcn snow. 
After trudgiiig through the c(jld and slush to attend 
classes, students took advantage of the snowfalls to 
engage in the enjoyable activities of snowball lights 
and the creation of snowmen. 




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Holiday Spirit 
Adorns Campus 



'rraclitional t-\rnl> siirli as llic ptTl'uniiaiici' of 
Handel's "\Messiair" aiul llic Hanging of tlie Greens in 
(lie keen Jolmson Student Union Building liigli- 
liglited the "74 (iiuistnias eeleliration. T<j aeeoinpany 
the Liu\ei>il\ tree in front of Burnani Hall, student.- 
(lecoraled tree~ in their dornis. The men of ( Innuiion- 
wealth excelled In ornamenting a two-storv pine tree 
inside tlieir loblj\ . 

Sometimes eonflicting with finals study, Christmas 
aetivities eaptivated student interests. Several organi- 
zation> sjiread the liulidaN >piril In caroling across 
campu^. A parts s[)onM)retl h\ mens and women's 
Interthirm the week before Christmas intensified en- 
thusiasm. Students, saturated with the seasonal spirit, 
left for home to spend the holiday with their familie,-. 






Top: Frigli lined ot bearded Si. Nick., tliis child of a Brockton couple 
accepts some yuletide candy. Lett: Joining the Interdorm Chn.'itmas 
party, Santa visits the grill to acknowledge .student.s' wishes. Above: 
The cold winter winds cannot chill the hearts of tho.se spreading 
yuletide joy as Baptist Student Union members carol lo patients at 
Fathe A. Clay Hospital. 



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New Semester Begins 
With Pre- Registering 

Beginning witli tlie usual iMjlhersomc task ot rcg- 
islration, spring semester found transfer students tak- 
ing advantage of orientation procedures and advisors" 
guiding abilities. Pre-registration during the first week 
of Deeember releived selective students of long lines 
and many wailing hours. Made available to freshmen 
with no more than one C at midterm and to upper- 
classmen with no more than one D at midterm, pre- 
registration guaranteed the securing of necessary 
courses and the deletion of registration hassles. 

Partial and lota! dorm evacuations also a<(om- 
panied the initiation of the new semester. Required 
to move due to an economy measure residents of 
Martin Hall were assigned to other dorms. Rennova- 
tions of the Foster Music Building necessitated the 
relocation of some Keith and Case Hall dwellers, as 
parts of those halls were converted to office space. 




Top: Advisors guide students in the selection of classes to ensure the 
fulfillment of major requirements. Right: Unexpected class changes are 
sometimes encountered during spring semester registration procedures 
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Left: Jack Hutchinson, Dean of Men's Housing, reassigns Martin 
Hall residents to other dormitories around the Canipus. E$elow: Mark 
Reynolds, a junior management major, is packing his belongings as he 
moves to other housing facilities when Martin Hall closed early in the 
semester to save fuel. 




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Above: \li>s Ebon>, Elaine Smith, and ht-r alttndanls receive recogni- 
tion Iroin the audience al the closing of the ceremonies. Right: Kalln 
Hargrove entertains the spectators in her talent segment. 




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AKA Sponsors 
'Rhapsody of Black' 



Tlic second annual Miss Ebony Pageant, .sponsoretl 
Ly llie Al[)lia Kappa Alpha sorority, was held in 
Edwards Auditorium December 6. Miss Elaine Smitli, 
a sophomore (hita processing major from Winchester 
who performed a monologue "'Negro Mother" was 
chosen to reign as the 1975 Miss Ebony. 

Serving as lujst and hostess for the "Rhapsody of 
Black" evening were James Tillman and Domia Black. 
Through the added backdrops and explicit decora- 
tions, the theme was intensified. 

Placing as first rininer-up in the pageant was Karen 
Liniey from Irvington. Secontl runner-up was Cathy 
Hargrove from Louisville, and Sherri Beaumont also 
from lAJuisville cajjliucd the third title. 



Left: Patricia Ware parades before tlie audience in tlic opening mo- 
ments of the pageant. Below: Elaine Smith receives her trophy from 
Deborah Hodge, Miss Ebony 1974. 




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Former Miss America 
Hosts 1975 Pageant 



Sponsored by the EKL' Paiihellenic Council with 
the theme of "Love is all Around," the Miss Eastern 
Pageant was a li\elv entertainment event of the spring 
semester. Miss \meriea 1964. Donna Axnm, served as 
mistress of ceremonies for the gala event. She pro- 
\ided interesting entertainment during the e\ening 
with singing and liumorous stories of her life as Miss 
America. Kubel Caldwell and Marcia Park. Miss Rich- 
mond 1072. also provided several songs during the 
i'\ cnt. 

Tcnsit)ns mounted as the final votes were being 
t;iJiulated. Miss Eastern 1974. Jean Hempfling Brown, 
made her final speech and walk down the runway in 
that capacitv. Miss Janet Dawson, a junior from Pliil- 
pot. was crowned the 1975 Miss Eastern kentuck\ 
L'niversity. Janet presented a piano arrangement of 
"The Entertainer" as her talent. She was sponsored 
bv Phi Mu Alpha Honorarv. Along with her title, Ms. 
Dawson recci\ed a S300 scholarship, a silver bowl, 
and \arious gift certificates. 

Debbie Monaghan, Orlando. Florida, of kappa 
Delta sorority was chosen as first runner-up. Second 
runner-up was Judv Dunn. Lexington, sponsored h\ 
the Law Enforcement Honorary, Carol Cole, Lexing- 
ton, sponsored by Theta (^hi fraternilv. was third 
runner-up, and Debra Elmore. |)a\lun. ()hi(i. of Chi 
Omega sorority was fourth rumier-iip. 



Right: A Theater spotlight adds emphasis to the elegance of a winner as 
Miss Eastern 1975. Janet Dawson, makes her first walk down the 
runway to greet her awaiting friends. Below: Debbie Monaghan. 1st 
runner-up, exhibits deep facial expression for her dramatic monologue 
in the talent competition. 





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Top Left: Doiina Axum, Miss Anifrica 1964, attired in a dazzling; 
sequincd pants suit, entertains as Mistress of Ceremonies of the 1975 Miss 
Eastern Pageant. Above: Janet Dawson, an elementary and special 
education major, is shown at the height of emotion as she is crowned 
Miss Eastern Kentucky University. Left: Excellence in piano playing is 
demonstrated by Teresa Keene, sponsored by Phi Mu, in her rendition 
of a Mozart composition. 



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Paulsen Presents 
History of Humor 

Pat Paulsen, perhaps the higgest joke to run for the 
presidency, presented his new college lecture entitled 
"A Lecture In Humor" on Eastern's campus in the 
Fall. 

Former presidential candidate. Pat Paulsen wended 
his way to fame with remarks such as: "Any boy can 
grow up to he president, or if he never grows up, 
vice-president" and "We can win the war on poverty 
by shooting 400 beggars a week." 

Paulsen spoke in Brock Auditorium tracing the 
history of humor from prehistoric times to the come- 
dy of the future. He utilized film in a mulli-media 
show which proved for a liilarious evening. 




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Rowan Offers Advice 
to EKU Journalists 

Carl T. Kuwan. (lisliiijiiiishcd jouriialisl and gov- 
eniinent official, prcscnlcd a spring Icclurc on F^ast- 
orn's caiii[)Lis. 

Rowan, who has a weekly radio show in 40 cities, 
is a regular commentator on social and political 
events for radio and television stations of the Post- 
Newsweek Broadcasting, lie is alscj a roving editor for 
Reader's Diciest. 

After spending 13 years as a correspondent with 
the Minnedpulis Tribune, Rowan was able to discuss 
as[)ects of journalism as an authority, '\fter his lec- 
ture, he held a seminar style interview with Eastern 
students of journalism. 




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Center Board Draws 
Cultural Performers 



Prcsfiititig a wide \ ariet) of musical and theatrical 
eiitcrtainineiit. the Eastern Kentuekv University Cen- 
ter Board brought nianv acts to campus. Concerts by 
both group and solo performers drew many students 
to Hiram Brock Auditorium. Fine Art groups such as 
the Continental Theatre Company, Mary Anthony 
Dance Theatre, and On the Isle Theater Company 
gave commendable performances. 



Above: Flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya performs before an Eastern 
Kentucky University audience in late January. Right: Entertainer 
Denny Brooks captivates students with his singing and comedy sketches 
durmg his third appearance at Eastern. 




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Lett: Troubador harpist Gerald Goodman <'xi-inplife.s (In- diversity 
souglit by the Center Board by displaying an unusual musical style. 
Below: Soul music fills Brock auditorium as Blue Magic with Major 
Harris and the Boogie Blues Band entertain in a pop concert. Bottom: 
LesHe Bricusse and Anthony Newley's musical "Stop the World - I 
Want to Get Off" electrifies the audience with its bright costumes, 
ilorescent make-up. and professional acting. 




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Top; George Woodward and canine friend join in the ravine for a 
springtime frolic. Above: Talk of projects concerning classes and events 
of the day arc exchanged as an umbrella is shared on a rainy day. Right: 
Juanita fthitaker inlerwines learning and friendships as she rewards a 
child with praise in the classroom at Model Elementary Schoo 



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Friends Enrich 
College Life 



Fulfilled by classroom acquaintances and shared 
through enthusiasm of campus events, the simplicity 
and uniqueness of friendship played a vital role in 
uniting the varied groups of university inhabitants. 
Exhibited by a smile or a comforting word, it made 
the trying days bearable and the happy days more 
eventful. As an important component of college life, 
friends made through Greek and dorm life played a 
memorable role in tlic college environment. Lasting 
relationships were made to survive parting ways and 
varied futures. 



Left: Brownie transmits a smile of contentment as he absorbs affection 
from the tender patting of Susan Cooper. Below: Cheerleader Mary 
Beth Smith and Paul Lambert engage in a friendly hug as they share 
their excitement over a Colonel victory. 




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Couples Enhance 
Campus Scenery 

Couples were an ever present and never ending 
sight on Eastern's campus. Seen in and between 
classes and studying and relaxing together, they 
found mutual companions and established friend- 
ships. Whether it was just a common acquaintance, a 
study partner, or an emotional involvement, different 
types of lasting relationships were developed. Seen at 
various times of the day, couples seeking havens 
found refuge at numerous campus spots. 



Top: A young coed aUempls a wide grin to combal an ever omnipotenl 
snowball. Right: Finding the millstone a comfortable seat, this couple 
takes time to relax together between classes. 




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Above: Wading in the fountain serves as a refreshing break from a long 
hard day of classes as the spray washes away the tensions of college life. 
Left: An overhanging tree in the ravine provides an agreeable atmos- 
phere for a seemingly serious conversation. Below: Togetherness is the 
theme as this couple experiences the quiet, comfortable surroundings of 
the Powell Building. 




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Students Encounter 
Spiritual Needs 

During; the school year many students found time 
to depart from the hectic pace of University hfe 
through self meditation and spiritual devotion. 
Wether seeking inward strength or simply some peace 
of mind, these students found a wide choice of places 
in which to conduct their quiet moments alone. The 
chapel of Meditation offered a comtemplative atmos- 
phere with its tranquil setting, and the ravine pro- 
vided the [jcaceful natural heauty of outdoors. Stu- 
dents were ai)le to take advantage of Baptist, Method- 
ist, and Catholic student centers, and various religious 
organizations. 

Wherever they chose to he, students made time for 
a chance to sort out yesterday's memories and put 
tomorrow in focus. 



Top: FatliiT KtUrler observes while Joe Pipes accompanies students 
during a song practice prior to mass at the Newman Center. Right: Terri 
Greene takes a look at hymns to be sung later at the Baptist Student 
Union. 




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Left: Students find the ravine an ideal place to have a quiet moment 
alone by themselves. Above: The Meditation Chapel offers students a 
quiet refuge to evaluate the present and to contemplate the future. 
Below: Located in the center of campus, the Meditation Chapel receives 
necessary repair work. 




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Spring Season Arrays 
Campus With New Birth 

Arraying tlic cam|)u> in sunsliiiie, spring was a 
welcome n^liel' from the daris.. dreary days ol winter. 
The warm showers in April brought the l)loonung 
flowers and budding trees in May. The revived green- 
ery created the necessary tasks of its upkeep as uni- 
versity workers were seen weeding, pruning, and 
mowing. Signaling llie end of the second semester, 
spring was further syndjolized U\ students anxiously 
awaiting summer vacation. 





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Spring Fever Reaches 
Epidemic Levels 

Beginning tlic week hefore midterms, spring fever 
reached epidemic levels on Eastern's campus. Taking 
advantage of the warmer temperatures, carloads of 
students journeyed to the; playground South for a 
week of sunbathing, swimming, and socializing. Over- 
tures of spring fever prevailed after the students' 
return to campus. The latter part of the spring semes- 
ter gave rise to outdoor activities. Soaking in the sun, 
afternoon na[)S in the ravine, and spring sports took 
priorities over studies. 



Top: Wh<n thr weather is warm and the sun is shining, stopping to chat 
with friends between elasses is a common occurence on Eastern's spring 
campus. Right: The newly budding trees make the task of studying for 
finals a httle less difficult as this student finds herself engrossed in the 
beauty and in the delightful fragrance of spring. 




116 University Life 




Top: Regular sunbathing of students insures the preservation of the 
Florida tan obtained during spring break excursions to the south. Lett: 
Cutoffs, sandals, coolers, ice and paper cups provide a comfortable 
setting for a Kentucky Derby weekend. Above: Enticing outdoor tem- 
peratures find this discus thrower warming up and practicing for track 
and field events, a popular spring sport. 



University Life 117 




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Graduation Recognizes 
Individual Achievement 

Tlie graduation ceremonies symbolized the end of 
formal education for the Eastern senior. Sighs of 
relief, last good-byes to friends, and final tugs on 
graduation caps were nervous gestures of students 
liiding the natural anxieties of future plans and goals. 
Education did not abruptly end with the acquirement 
of a degree. Some graduates had hopes of achieving a 
higher level of education while others had waiting 
jobs and positions. The graduation address en- 
couraged students to go forth from Eastern striving to 
learn more about life and the satisfactions, disap- 
pointments, and fulfillments it could bring. 



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Governor, Visits EKU 

111 December 1974, (lie lloiioialilc Julian Moiioii 
Carroll became the Governor ol' the Commonwealth, 
when Governor Wendell H. Ford assumed a seat in 
the L iiited Slates Senate. GoNcrnor (^arrt)ll. a nali\e 
(tl Padiicah. was IV)rmer speaker ol the Kentuckv 
House ol' Kepresentati\es. and was inaugurated as 
Kentucky's Lieutenant Go\ernor on December 7. 
1971. in this position he w as a Ireipient \ isilor to the 
EKU campus. 

In the tall, Governor Carroll was at pjaslern to 
address a graduating class ol 100 police olTicer,- who 
had completed a ten-week course of the Eastern- 
based Kentucky Law Enroreeiiient Council. 



Right: (HiMTiior Julian M. Carroll strf >se's the irnportanre of iipgradins 
law entonernerit agencies in an address to police graduates. Below: L>r 
Robert K. Martin serves as executive officer of the Board, during an 
important Regents meeting where a budget proposal is being discussed. 





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Regents Serve As Policy-Making Board For EKU 



The Eastern Board of Regents, the statutory gov- 
erning and policy-maldng body of the University, this 
year awarded a new, four-year contract for President 
Martin and sanctioned a major academic reorganiza- 
tion which included the estalilishment of two new 
colleges and u vice presidency among its official ac- 
tions. 

In action effective with tlie 1974-75 academic 
year, the Board changed the status of the School of 
Law Enforcement to a College in Marcli, the College 
of Allied llealtli and Nursing was created. 

The new administrative position established was 
Vice President for Public Service and Special Pro- 
grams, a position for which the institutional Self- 
Study for the Southern Association of Colleges and 
Schools had cited the need in view of the University's 
range of special and public service-type programs. 

Two new members were appointed to the Board 
by Governor Julian Carroll— Charles Combs of Rich- 
mond and Durham Howard of Pineville, who had 
served a previous term on the Board. Mr. Combs 
replaced his father, baseball Hall-of-Fame member 
Earle B. Combs who resigned due to health; and 
Howard succeeded William L. Wallace who died in 



Deceiid)er. The elder Mr. Combs had previously 
served as the first elected chairman of the Board. 

Robert B. Begley, Richmond, and Gerald S. May, 
Stanford, were elected chairman and vice chairman of 
the Board, respectively, by th(;ir fellow regents. Mr. 
Begley had previously served as vice chairman. 

The Board consists of eight members appointed to 
four-year terms by the Governor, one faculty regent 
elected to a three-year term and a student regent 
elected to a one-year term. 




ROBERT B. BEG1,EY 

IQfifi-Present 

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GERALDS. MAY 
1970 -Present 
Vice-Chairman 




CHARLES COMBS 
1975-Present 



HENRY STRATTON 
1970-Present 



LUTHER FARMER 
1972-Present 



BEVERLY YEISER 
1974- Present 



DAVID GIBSON 
Student Regent 




MORRIS TAYLOR 
Faculty Regent 



DURHAM HOWARD 

1965-1969, 1974- 

Present 



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JOHN M. KEITH 
1972-Present 




EARLE B. COMBS 
1957-1975 



WILLIAM L. WALLACE 
1968-1974 



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President Martin Tours People's Republic of China 



A pair of unique events earmarked the 15th year 
of Dr. Robert R. Martin's tenure as the sixth presi- 
dent of Eastern Kentueky University. The occur- 
renees, coming about a month apart, were the Janu- 
ary meeting of the Board of Regents at which all 10 
members of the Board made, seconded, and tli(;n 
unanimously passed a motion granting Dr. Martin a 
new four-year contract that extends through Jiuie. 
1979; and the February announcement that he would 
l)e among a 22-member educational delegation to 
tour the People's Republic of China during April. 

In response to his re-election, President Martin 
told the Board that he was looking forward to the 
years ahead for Eastern. "I wouldn't be worth a 
nickel as president of a school without challenges and 
opportunities," he remarked, "and we do have new 
challenges here. And with these challenges, we have 
new opportunities and, 1 believe, a fine atmosphere in 
which to meet them." 

"The challenges to this institution are as great, or 
greater, than ever before," said Dr. Martin. "It's im- 
portant that we continue to move forward and not sit 
back on our heels and rest on past accomplishments. 
In addition to the task of meeting constantly chang- 
ing educational requirements, we've also the problems 
of recession, inflation, and others to contend with." 

A former Kentucky Superintendent of Public In- 
struction and Commissioner of Finance, Dr. Martin 



claims twenty-three years of close association with 
Eastern. He counted his four years as a student, four 
as chairman of the EKU Board of Regents, and his 
decade-and-a-half as president. 

The April tour to (>hina, which included visits to 
educational institutions in five cities, was sponsored 
by the American Association of State Colleges and 
Universities (AASCU). Dr. Martin served as president 
of the 317-member AASCU in 1971-72, when initial 
plans for the tour were first considered as part of an 
intensified effort to expand tlu; international and 
intercultural interests and experiences of state col- 
leges and university faculty and students. 

Locally, Dr. Martin saw the institution go through 
the second 10-year self -study of his Administration. 
The self-evaluation process was climaxed in the Fall 
with visitations from the two major accrediting 
bodies. The Southern Association of Colleges and 
Schools and the National Association for the Accre- 
ditation of Teacher Education. 

On the national scene. President Martin lias served 
in various leadership roles for a number of years with 
AASCU, and testified on numerous occasions before 
Congress for higher education. He was reappointed 
this year to the eight-member Advisory Council on 
Developing Institutions by Secretary of Health, Edu- 
cation and Welfare, Casper Weinberger. 




President Martin prepares to present gavels to former Parks Commissioner Edwart Johnson and 
Governor Wendell Ford at the dedication of Fort Boonesborough, the construction of which he had 
actively supported. 



Academics/Administration 125 



Right: EKU's first lady, Mrs. Aniic ^4artin speaks witli a guest at one of 
the University s social functions. Below: Dr. .Martin holds young Chad 
Hall during a home Colonels" haskelball game. Bottom: President Mar- 
tin introduces Governor Julian Carroll during one of the Kentucky 
chief executive's visits to EKU. 




126 .Academics/ Administration 




Administrative Affairs 
Tightens EKU's Belt 

Dr. J. C. Powell, the Vice President for Admini- 
stration, exereised responsibility in administrative and 
fiseal affairs of the University. The emphasis of fiscal 
affairs during 1974-7.5 shifted from bond issues and 
construction to a more gc^neral administrative nature, 
which stressed anti-inflationary measures. Dr. Powell 
had responsibility for prepiiring the budget recjuest 
for submission to the Council on Public Higher Edu- 
cation, tiie preparation of the internal budget of the 
University, supervision of the hiternal Auditor, utih- 
zation of facilities of the University, and other admin- 
istrative areas such as data processing and safety and 
security. 

A Division of Budget and Planning was created and 
James Clark was ajjpointed as director. This depart- 
ment was responsible for developing and implement- 
ing management information systems, and assisting in 
preparation of the internal budget and requests for 
state appropriations. 



Left: Turning to our of his reference sources. Dr. J. C. Powell, checks 
recommended mailer of business policy. 




Left: James Clark, standing. Director of Budget and Planning, points 
out a entry in a financial record to Jim Plummer, the Internal Auditor. 
Above: Patrick Ridgley, Director of Date Processing, and Lloyd Ballard, 
computer operations manager, work out a technical problem on the 
Honeywell Computer. 



Academics/Administration 127 



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Above: Terri King, a ricrk in the registrar's office, checks a student's 
record. Above Right: As Dean for Allied Health Programs, Dr. David 
Gale coordinates academic programs in the various health related fields. 
Right: Mr. Evans D. Tracy, the Director of Development, reviews a 
national funding proposal. 




128 Academics/ Administration 



Academic Affairs Broadens Opportunities 




Dr. Joliii D. Rowlf tl. the Vice President for Acad- 
emic Affairs and Research, who also serves as Dean of 
the Faculties, was highly instrumental in the develop- 
ment of new academic programs designed to serve 
changing educational needs of the service region. He 
supervised the preparation of position specifications 
for instructional staff and administration personnel 
connected with instructional activities. Dr. Rowlett 
was also responsible for the preparation of the acade- 
mic calendar, class schedules, textbook adoption, and 
the schedule of examinations. 

Academic affairs completed institutional self- 
study, and evaluation which is made once every ten 
years. Mr. Evans D. Tracy was installed as the Direc- 
tor of Development. In this position he worked with 
agencies in Washington to secure University funds. 

The Department of Television and Radio institu- 
ted an instructional college credit course in music 
appreciation, aired over the radio. Through the Divi- 
sion of Continuing Education, forty-six correspon- 
dence courses were offered to persons desiring educa- 
tional advancement, but who found it impossible or 
impractical to attend regular campus classes. 



Dr. John D. Rowlett, the Vice President for Academic Affairs and 
Research, studies a recommendation concerning a staff promotion. 



Academics/Administration 129 



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Student Affairs Emphasizes Dorm Activities 



Dr. Thomas D. Myers, Vice President for Student 
Affairs, supervised expanded programs in dormitory 
activities and summer orientation, which high-Iightetl 
the hroad scope of student-oriented programs and 
services. 

In the area of counsehng. ttie crisis "hot line", 
which was staffed critirelv bv vohinteer student 
workers, contiiuied U> serve as a hsteniiig outlet for 
student frustrations. Extensive vocational training 
programs, offered hy the Counseling Center, received 
national awards in recognition of service. Counselor 
Williams E. Johnson was named to act as minoritv 
liaison agent between students and the Administra- 
tion. 

The office of Ombudsman, createtl in 1969 to 
receive requests, concerns, and grievances of the stu- 



dent body, was held by Jack Callcnder, of the English 
department facidlv. 

Primary planning in the area of health services was 
directed toward the contemplated completion of the 
new health education and services building, scheduled 
for completion in 1976. Student healtli services have 
been located in the cramped quarters in the basement 
of Sullivan Hall for many years. 

Much time, effort, and resources were devoted to 
the residence iiall [)rograms. Kelly Stanfield and 
David Wiles, directors of women's and men's resi- 
dence hall programs, supervised activities for the stu- 
dents, which were educational, cultural, recreational, 
and social experiences. 

Dr. Thomas Myers takes a contemplative break from his active schedule 
as V ice President for Student Affairs. 




130 Academics/ Administration 




Right: Men's and women's Interdorm sponsor a variety of entertaining 
activities, such as this rock and roll SO's dance. Above: Mrs. Maxine 
Seyfrit. a nur.se for the .Student Health Service, checks a student's 
medical record prior to administering prescribed treatment. Top: Mike 
Ross. Skip Dauglierty, and Jill Harbin, discuss .service projects planned 
by campus Greek organizations which are scheduled through the Divi- 
sion of Student Activities and Organizations. 



Academics/Administration 131 




Business Affairs Seeks To Fight Inflation 



The iinpltiiiciilalioti ul cosl-saviiig measures 
planned to maintain the Imsiness and logistieal ser- 
vices of the LJiiiversity at a higii li-vel during infla- 
tionary times, occupied a large portion of the atten- 
tion of Neal Donaldson, EKU's Vice President for 
Business Affairs. 

Business affairs oversaw Eastern's divisions of ac- 
counting and hudgetary control, huildings and 
grounds, purchasing and stores, the University Store, 
food services, institutional services, personnel ser- 



vices, Universilv Farms, and the offices of the con- 
troller and hursiir. 

A major appointment within Business Affairs was 
that of Dr. John Shirley as manager of University 
Farms, a position created to coorilinate the operation 
of Eastern's several agricultural enterprises. 



Vice President for Business Affairs, Neal Donaldson, reviews mainten- 
ance records as part of liis responsibilities in overseeing the EKU 
physical plant. 



132 Academics/ Administration 




Top: Willard Gilbert, cashier for the Powell Building check cashing 
service, is a familiar sight to most Eastern students. Above: Joe Koger, 
the manager of Meadovvbrook Farm, points out acreage location on an 
aerial map to Dr. John Shirley, the Director of University Farms. 



Academics/ Administration 133 




Top Left: Doug Whitlock, Dirtclor of Public Inlormation, utilizes a Xerox Telecopier to 
Mild messages to news media. Top Right: The Placeinent Service offers to students such as 
John Hill access to job information and inler^■ie^vs with prospective employers. Above: j. W. 
Thurnian, Director of Alumni Affairs, and Ron Wolfe, A.ssistant Director, review informa- 
tion pertaining lo one of Ihe three Alumni A.ssociation-sponsored tours conducted in 
cooperation with other institutions this year. 



134 Academics/ Administration 



Public Affairs Expands Services For Graduates 



The Loiuludiiiji; ('vciit of llic (^ciitcimial Year cele- 
bralioii, expanded aliiirini and plaecMiienl services and 
continued aggressiveness in student r(!cruitinenl and 
public information activities all were liighliglils of 
the year for the Office of Public Affairs. Coordinating 
these comnuuiications and special programs was Vice 
President for Pidilic Affairs. Donald R. Feltner. 

The observance of the Centennial Year of Higher 
Ediualion on the EKll campus ended September '22 
with (he Centemiial Awards laincheon at which 34.'5 
Kaslern alumni were honored for excellence in teach- 
ing. The date marked the one hundredth anniversary 
of the founding of (Central University on the EKU 
campus and ended a year-long series of special events 
that dramatizeil higher education's history and ])aid 
tribute to outstanding graduates of Eastern and its 
predecessors. 

The Division of Alumni Affairs expanded its ser- 
vices to graduates with the initiation of a program of 
overseas tours in cooj)eration with other Kentucky 
institutions, and informing alumni of the opportuni- 
ties a\ailable to them, either as prosp(!ctive employers 
or employees, through the Placement Service. The 
established alumni activities such as Homecoming, 
Alumni Day and a comprehensive publications pro- 
gram were continued as alumni rolls approached the 



;30,0()0 mark. 

Stemming from rccomineiidalions iro\n (he insti- 
tutional self-study prepared for the Southern Associa- 
tion of Colleges and Schools came revisions within 
the Placement Service. Following a series of meetings 
with each of the college deans and dcj)arlment chair- 
men, steps were taken to further increase the services 
of the Division of Placement to meet the diverse 
needs of the graduates of each of the llniversity's 
colleges. 

UnivcTsity-School Relations continued to com- 
municate the programs of the lini\ersit\ to schools 
and prospective students through comprehensive in- 
school visitations and coordinated several on-campus 
events which attracted high school students to the 
campus. These included the amiual Band Day. drama, 
music, speech, and debate festivals, and high school 
summer band camps. 

The Division of Public Information in a diverse 
number of ways, communicated the University's pro- 
grams and purposes to the varied publics. In addition 
to its regular programs in news and [)ublications. 
considerable emphasis was placed on cost-saving tech- 
niques which resulted in (be broadening of the scope 
of administrative and informational publications 
without increase in cost. 




Donald R. Feltner, Vice President for Publie Affairs, reviews data comparing the last five fall enrollmenis in planning the University's program of 
communicating with prospective students. 



Academics/ Adniinistralion 135 



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Central I iii\t"rsitv Colk-gf. uiuk-r the direction of 
Dean ClMle Lewis, had responsibilit) for students 
durint; tiie first two vears of their four-vear under- 
graduate program. In cooperation with the College of 
Arts and Sciences. CL C pro\ided a general education 
program for all students. The acailemic ad\ising of 
students during tiieir first two years was under the 
supervision of CL C. 

Changes in the college this vear included a cut in 
required health credit hours, a modest expansion of 
the humanities facidtv and dep;irtment. and a new 



catalog in whiih each major was clearh laid out along 
with general study courses and requirements. 

Projected areas of emphasis for Central Lniversity 
College were a desire for expanding the learning lab- 
oratory so that students can work at their own pace, 
an increase in \arious kinds of media a\ailable to 
students, and impro\cd \ocational anil [professional 
counseling. 



Dean Clyde J. Lewis pauses in his lecture during a general social science 
course. 



136 Academics/Central Lniversity College 




Above: Regislration for students in Central University College is one of 
the most hectic experiences of the year. Left: Susie Hooper, a freshman 
physical therapy major, learns early in her college career to make use of 
the library's extensive facilities. 



Academics/Central University College 137 




Above: Dr. Merita Thompson points out an important 
tact of personal and community health. Right: Taking 
accurate notes is one of the most \ ital aspects of an\ 
class. 



138 Academics/Central University College 








Above Left: The camera catches the fascinated absorbtion of interest 
on the face of this undergraduate. Above Right: Rapid reading and 
study skills are aided and developed through the use of technical 
machinery. Left: A freshman familarizes himself with degree require- 
ments by studying the EKU catalog in his CUC orientation class. 



Academics/Central University College 139 



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Right: Susan Carr endeavors to improve her reading and 
comprehension skills in the General Studies Learning 
Laboratory. Below: Students enrolled in General Studies 
Science discover mans physical universe. 




140 .'Academics/Central University College 



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Top Left: "Strong body, strong mind" is the theory behind this men's 
gymnastics class. Top Right: Artistic coordination is expressed in this 
class of modern dance. Left: Foreign students are given special atten- 
tion in English composition. Above: Dr. Larry Chase instructs students 
in the principles of world civilization. 



Academics/Central University College 141 



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Rise Continues In AA&T 
College's Enrollment 

Supervised by Dean William Sexton, more than 
2,400 students were enrolled in the College of Ap- 
plied Arts and Teclniolog) . This represented an in- 
crease of over twelve percent above last year's figures. 

-Many new academic programs and special projects 
were implemented in the College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. Three different degrees were offered in 
Agriculture. (j\er four new degrees openeil in Indus- 
trial Education and Technology, expansion of the 
Dietetics Program was seen in Home Economics, and 
a three-year grant was provided for students in a 
cooperative nursing education program. 

As of July, the School of Law Enforcement was 
elevated to academic college status and redesignated 
the College of Law Enforcement. Since its inception 
and implementation in 1965, the School of Law 
Enforcement was an administrative department of the 
College of Applied Arts and Technology. As such, it 
developed within tliis college from a single class of 
forty-seven students, during the spring semester of 
1966, to its present status as a nationally recognized 
program whicli enrolled more than two thousand 
majors this year. 











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Top: Dean William Sexton enjoys a free moment working with his 
miniature office arboretum. Above: The ground breaking ceremony for 
the new health and sanitation building is a big step forward for the 
tuture of many departments. 



142 Academics/ Applied .^rts And Technology 





Top: Precision and care are exercised in bandaging a patient's leg. 
Above: This young student nurse checks the glucose level uf an intra- 
venous apparatus. 



Nursing Plans For 
A Promising Future 

Ccleliratiiig its (cnlli vcar. the Dt-partiiiciit of 
Nursing continued to experiemc an iiu rease in .stu- 
dent enrollment. Directed i)y Charlotte Detun . nurs- 
ing offered a wide \ariel\ of medical programs of 
interest to the students of medicine. 

In an effort to achieve career mobilit} . several 
courses were implemented for different programs. 
For example, a course of interpersonal relations in 
health care was required for a degree in l)otli Medical 
Terminology and Transcripti(jn. 

Nursing was granted approval to develop a new 
degree in a four year medical records program, and a 
special "two-on-two" program. The unique '"two-on- 
two" arrangement allows a student to attend Eastern 
for two years and earn an Associate Degree. After 
taking an accrediting exanunation, a student may 
return for the junior and senior ) ears to earn a 
Bachelor Degree. 

The Department of Nursing eagerly looks forward 
to a future in the new Health Education and Services 
Building. Extended plans for the new facihties in- 
clude a reading room, an independent study lah with 
twenty -six carrels, audiotutorial equipment, and lock- 
ers for the use of commuting students. 



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Right: I'wDsiar iiursins programs offer a variety of praetieal applica- 
tion experiences. Below: The Nursing Department welcomes both men 
and women into their training programs. Bottom: Susan Young ex- 
plains a technicality of patient care procedure to a classmate. 




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Top: This E. K.U. nursing student carefully checks the identification of 
her patient before administering medication. Left: Rosalea Price, Judy 
Smith, and Caron Collier practice proper form completion in the 
medical records laboratory. Above: Dr. Charlotte Denny, the chair- 
woman of the Nursing Department, reviews ethical and legal aspects of 
patient care to interested students. 



Academics/ Applied Arts And Technology 145 



«:'/J'liWa(GKIi:i:S.-RrJIicllL.i'<HBH&l'K7t»t/m 



Ag Department Opens 
New Laboratory Farm 

Fall marked tlie opening of ^Uid\ lor tlie Ue|)art- 
meiit of Agrieiilture on the new 640-aere Meadow- 
brt)ok Farm, near Waco. The laln)rator\ farm, eoii- 
eertied primarih with beef eattie and forage pro- 
gram>. pro\ided directed work experience and skilled 
training for a greater numlier of Eastern students than 
e\cr before. 

Enrollment of women in Agriculture mo\ed from 
ten to twent\-fi\e percent of tiie total enrollment in 
the department. Tliis high rate of increase was attri- 
buted to tlie excellent opportunities, and important 
positions, available for women in agricultural careers, 
especially in tlie fields of agri-lnisiness and ornamen- 
tal horticulture. 

A special two-vear Associate Degree in Floricul- 
ture and Floristr\ was offered in Agriculture for tlie 
first time. In the late Spring a 3()-hour conference of 
advanced floral design was hehi to provide liasic train 
ing for interested students. 

One of the major concerns of the Ag Dep;irtment 
in tile future will be the problems involved witli food 
production, and how to technically train students to 
be efficient managers in tlie production of more food. 
Further emphasis will l)e placed on work and job 
experience, (ireater attention will be given to career 
education and tiie preparation of students for success- 
ful job entrv after the completion of college. 



Top Riglit: Nada yuilli'ri. Rachel Patterson, and Julian Wall Jr. exercise 
tlie tlu-or\' of teamwork in an attempt to mark a young calf for later 
identification. Bottom Right: Horticulture major Wesley Williams, a 
senior from Berea. trains climbing ivy in the agriculture greenhouse. 




146 Academics/ .\pplied .\rts .And Technology 




Top: Neal Myers, Gary Broadwell, and Dr. M. E. Nowicki, experiment 
with various soil and fertilizer mixes. Left: Dee Dee Williams, a senior 
from Mount Sterling, is deeply involved in the intricate work of a floral 
design class. Above: Jim Cleaver, a senior agriculture major, is actually 
trimming the hoof of a dairy cow. 



Academics/ Applied Arts And Technology 147 



Home Economics Widens 
Student Opportunities 

The I)('|iailiiiciit dl' lloiiH' EcoMoniics. utulcr the 
(■liairv\oiiKnishi|) ot Dr. HolnTta H. Hill, tiiipliasizcd 
iiiaiu as|)('(ts of stiuh. Haccalaiircalc Degrees and 
Associate of Art Degrees were offered in the fields of 
Child Development and the Family, General Home 
Economies. Education, Interior Design and Housing. 
Nutrition, Foods, Food Administration. Tt'xlilcs. 
Clothing, and Fashion. 

Home Economies experienced a revision of stan- 
dard course offerings, and development of new course 
selections. A general Interior Design course for non- 
majors was introduced along with two courses in 
Comtiuuiitv Nutrition, in whicli students actively par- 
ticipated and worked with citizens of tiie communitv 

In the near future, the Hcjme Economics Di pari 
mcnt [)lans to change parts of general studv to -p( 
cialized stud) with some general aspects. T\\r !)( pail 
ment also feels that it is necessary to develop and 
offer gradLiate degrees and specialized areas of gradu 
ale work. 





Top: Dr. Kobcrta Hill, head of Ihe Home Economics Department, 
rcliirn.s student examination papers iii her Human Nutrition course. 
Above: No longer (he primary emphasis of Home Economics, yet still 
an important aspect, cooking is regarded by many as an artistic achieve- 
nirnt. 



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Above: Becky Collins calculates yarn weight for textile design. Bottom 
Left: Home Economic students explore scientific tlieories and discuss 
ways to demonstrate by showing a preschool experience class. Bottom 
Right: Marriage and the family are the vital topics discussed by Dr. 
John Burkhart in regard to child development. 




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Top: Dr. Gary Chastain works with Danny Harney, a senior Industrial 
Education major, on a car motor. Above: \n electronics major from 
Laiicaslcr, Ki-ntiicky. Paul Cocanocigher practices skill in operating 
machinery. Right: A temporarily incapacitated finger is hut a minor 
obstacle to Thomas Marshall as he completes a project. 



150 .Academics/ Applied .\rts .•\nd Technology 





Top: Assistant Professor Charles Lash demonstrates the proper use of a 
drill press for carving a ridge in a wooden table leg. Top Right: Leather 
design requires a steady hand and an aesthetic eye, as is shown by this 
craftswoman. Above: Jim Moreland from Carlisle, Ohio concentrates 
while turning wood on a lathe. 



Department of Ind. Ed & 
Tech Continues Expansion 

Oil the Ihrc.'^hold of Ea.stcni'.s serond i('iitiir\. the 
D(-|)arint<'iit of Industrial Education and Technology 
cx|jaiidcd its program Ity adding many two-year asso- 
ciate degree programs. These included programs in 
such fields as Computer Electronic Technology. Elec- 
trical Power Technology, Instrimientation Electronics 
Technology, and Wood Technology . 

Under the direction of Dr. Clyde Oaft, the depart- 
ment also expanded their four-year degree programs. 
New courses were offered, facilities opened, craft 
programs instituted, and fresh ap|)roaches to the 
teaching of technology put into effect. The recently 
renovated Fitzpatrick Building housed the depart- 
mental offices, classrooms, graphic arts laboratories, 
and five new electronics laboratories. This was the 
first full y<'ar of the building's utilization. 

Looking toward the future. Dr. Craft pointed out 
that industrial technologists, with saleable skills, are 
in great demand, as are technologists in the field of 
education. The department continued to place em- 
phasis on the production of a better, more prepared. 
Industrial Technology graduate of the future. 



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Law Enforcement 
Gains College Status 

Et'ft'ctivf in JuK. the Srlioul ut Law Enforeement 
ht'taine t-stablislied a;; a College of the Universit% . 
Headed by Uean K. \\ . Posey. Eastern's College of 
Law Enforcement was the seeond largest college of 
this tvpe in the nation. Over 2,000 were enrolled in 
various majors of the Law Enforcement field. Four 
Bachelor of Science Degrees, six Associate of Arts 
Degrees, and five Master of .Science Degrees, were 
offered \)\ the College. In addition, Eastern cooper- 
ated in a Joint Doctoral Prograin with three other 
institutions of higher education. These schools in- 
cluded the Lni\ersitv of Kentucky. Michigan State 
University, and the L ni\ersity of Maryland. Also, for 
the fir>l time the Department of Traffic Safetv he- 
came a part of the College of Law Enforcement. 

Plans for the future iinohed a new Bachelor of 
Science Degree in the field of triminalislirs. a minor 
area of study opening in traffic safetv. ind a com- 
plete departmentalization of the college. This will 
involve a separation, into departments, of Corrections 
and juNcnile offerings, from the Police Administra- 
tion and Crinunalistics offerings. 

T\\v College of La\s Enforcement will m(i\e into 
their new huilding in the fall. The huge complex 
houses lah facilities f<jr criminalistics, photograplu. 
and driver's education. Aquatics training will be pro- 
vided for in an indoor pool, as well as an outside lake. 
.S(_)phisticated ecpiipmcnt in the areas of a driving 
range, and an indoor aiui outdoor firing range will be 
established. 




Above: Robert W . Posey, the Dean of the new College of Law Enforce- 
ment, lectures to a class on police administration. Below: An aerial view 
of the half-completed LEN complex shows the vastness of the facility. 






Above: Student lab assistant l,arr\ Speck, in the white coat, 
demonslrates the breathahzer test to traffic .safet\ student,- Tom 
Jordan and Gary Maujean. Left: Mr. Giles Black stresses an 
important law of arrest, search, and seizure. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 153 




Above: Dr. Jerry Miller. Associate Professor ot Traffic Safety points 
out a technicality to Cheryl Pyles. Left: A guard from Blackburn Penal 
Institute answers student questions in a penal seminar meeting. 




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Above Left: Mr. Hugh Byrd explains modern police firearms 
to students Charles Bauman and Marcella Phipps. Top: Stu- 
dent Robert Stephens practises fingerprinting techniques on 
classmate Julia Owens. Lett: Kentucky State Police Cadet 
Joe Hobbs runs an experimental breathalizer test. Above: 
The unique individuality of fingerprints is portrayed on this 
State Police criminal identification card. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 155 



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New Degrees Instituted 
in Arts and Sciences 

Dr. Frt'dcrir 0^'dcn. Dr.iii ol llir Ccillcgc ul \rt> 
and Science-. ()\er\ie\\ed hrnad chan^e^ in inan\ de- 
jiarlnicnt-. \ tiuir-\car perlDrnuni; art- de>:rcc wa? 
m-titnted inter-dcjiartiiientalh with t he l)e|)art^lent^ 
111 Drama and Nlu-ic and dance. an(] nin-ieal theatre. 
F(ir the lir.-t tnne the ( .(dlegc |iru\ idetl t\\ t) \.-.-(.ieiate 
lleiiree- in tlii' .-|jeeiah/ed area- cil' Hic)l(.)gieal Teeli- 
nidiiu^ and Geokigieal Enu;ineerini;. \ i nitnrai pro- 
irraiii 111 Ihero-Anierican Studie-. which tucu-i'd nii 
Smith Xnicrica. wa- ulTercd c(Hi|icrati\ el\ h\ the 
Fureu;n Laiiiinage-. Hi^tiir\. Gec>jira[jh\ . and Ftditical 
Scieiii-e D<'|iartineiit-. 

The jaiie F. (;ani|dicll Imildiiii; w a- (i|)ened in the 
Sprin;: id IM74 and in tnll nj.icratiiui h\ thi' Falh ^hl^ 
ultra-imniern taciiitx -hcltcred the ra[)idi\ expanding 
department- n\ the line art-. 

Henii\ atiiiii- Wire iindertakeii cm the iild (.am- 
mack Hnildnii; \shieh pktn- tu reopen in the Fall. It 
will contain the dejiart meiit.- ol F(>rei>;n Fant;nage> 
and P-\chidui;\ with their re-pecti\e lalM_iratcirie>. 
The Fo>ter Mn-ie Bnildiiii: al-u underwent ^uiiu' eeir- 
rt'iti\e -urgerx and rt'pair>. \ et remaiiK'd open lor 
ela_-s>. 

1- nture empha^i^ will he geared toward con.-oh- 
dating and ,-trengthiiig program^. The (College ol \rt.- 
and Seieneo al^i plan- to eontinuailx re-e\aluate 
ongoing program- in order to in-iire that their el'lee- 
tixeiies? and utilit\ \n ill not decrea.-e. 




Dr. Frederic D. Ogden, Dean of the College of .^rts and Sciences, leaves 
liis office in the Roark Building after a hard day at work. 



lob Academu'f Art» and Sciences 




Department Sponsors 
National Honorary 



The Department ot Antliropolog\ . Sociologx . uiui 
Social Work ot'iVred iiiaior> and miiiur,- in all three 
area.-. In edcjperatidn with the lte|jarl nient ut Kilma- 
ti'.in a Ma-ter ot \rt- in Ediication u a- |)r(i\ide(i. with 
a .-oeial \\(irk. nr a ~im ii)iiig\ empha-i-. 

I nder the guidanee i>t Ur. Riehard F. .\rni?trung, 
tlie department ga\ e ic)ur>e .<iipport to nur^illg and 
law entoreement degree-. Thr t'aenlt\ expanded u ith 
the addition of tour new ineinher- to the stall. Spe- 
eial aeti\ itie? tor .Antlircjpologx . .^oeiolog\ . and .'^orial 
Work ineluded -|jon-or-hip ot thi- KKl iiia|)trr of 
their national iioiiorarx -cm iet\. ami tin- -ocial work 
eluh. 

In the future the Itepartment plan- to widen 
rfiur-e offerillil-. 



Left; jiiiitllr S\kf>. a nur»iii£: major troiii LfMimtoii. pond it.- a llie-orx 
of medKal >ociolotr> . Belou Left; \ ifual aide? aiid personal demon-tr- 
ation are employed by Dr. Jame' Murray Walker m teaching \anou5 
aspects ot folk and peasant societies. Below; The Department for 
Human Resources in downtovTi Kichmond offers practical experience 
to students in social work fields^ 




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Biology Turns To 
The Environment 



I ndci till' l(;i(lnslii|) u( Dr. Eduiii \. Hc^s. llic 
lii(i|(iii\ 1 )t'|iart iiii'iil (ilTcrcd (|r<irct> in Icarhiii^ and 
noii-dMiliiiit; liiidi)t;\. rii\ iidiinicnlal rcsoiiiirs. I'i-h- 
i'ric> iiKiiia<j:('iiiriil. wildlilr niaiiiigcmi'nt. iiicdii'al 
lcilin(ilni;\ . and niiciid)i(il(i;:\ . K\[jaiisi(iii in hiologv 
wa- icali/,cd ihiough tlie addilion of a special Iwo- 
\tai- Mi'dical I. all 'rccliiioiogN |)n)^rarii. and new tai - 
nll\ nirinlirr.- Id >lall' Ilic lali. 

I )r\ rlopinji licNond llic cnrrciit scll'-studN' |jro<irani. 
ihr HKl Hiido^N I (rpail nii'nl lias plans Inr rstali- 
lisliin;^ a jonil doctoral program with tiie ScIkkiI of 
Biological ScMiK i~ at the Uiiivor.sitv of Kentuck\. In 
( (injnnclion w it li the dcologx and Clrograpliv Uepart- 
nicnls. the I )c|)arlnicnt ol Hiolog\ is concerned with 
the d<\ clop men 1 id the Ma\ w nod en\ iron me id a I edu- 
cation center. Thi> laiililN is located thirl\ tuo itules 
southwest of Richmond, and will pro\idc o\er l.dOd 
acres of laud tor ecological outdoor slud\ and re- 
search. 

Above: Farrol^li Tabeetabat and Carl Keller ditcniiine the age of a 
deer, by weigliing it and measuring tbe antler, at the deer ehecking 
station of the Blue Grass Army Depot. Right: David Brian carefully 
studies this snake specimen for his final laboratory examination in 
general zoology. 





Enrollment in 
Chemistry Explodes 

Tlir l)<'|)ailinrnl of ( !liriiii>lr\ . iiihIii- the supcr- 
\isi()ii of Dr. Ilarr\ SiiiiIcn ami arciciliird li\ the 
Amri'icaii (iliciiiical SocictN. olTcrcd Iwo uinlcr- 
ijrailiiatc |)i(i^iaiiis and t\M> i;radiialc prdi^iaiiis. Willi 
the aci|uisili()ii (if addiliiinal ('i|iii|iinrnt siidi as an 
ullias iolr(. \isiiilc and mar inl'iarcd s|irr|r<)- 
phdloniiiiT. Eastern"^ Clu ini>tr\ Departmcnl ex- 
panded lo new heights. TweKe rull-liiiie stall' nieiii- 
liers. imliidinii a jjernianeni wmnan laeid(\ niendier. 
worked In nieel eaeli sludenrs neeils. The depart 
tnerd aekiKiw jedjied apprn\irnal(d\ .")() eheniistr\ 
majors, nol including thirleen gradiiale studeiils Ironi 
six foreign countries. 

Looking toward the future. Ilie possibility of a 
two year program was discussed. The large increase of 
chemistr\ majors at the undcrgraduale le\el was al- 
tributed lo lite rising interest in allied heallh fields. A 
coidinued increase in curollnieni is anticipated. 




Top: Twii heads often prove better than one. especially when decj. 
phering the problems of introductory chemistry. Above: Not only do 
chemistry majors mi.\ chemical experiments in test tubes; they clean 
them up, too. Right: Evelyn Madden, a junior from Clay City, measures 
a chemical solution while Sarah DeKossett, a pre-med student, waits to 
record the results. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 159 



Communications 
Acquires Facilities 

Thf iiiiiiiHiiiii(;ili()n> (lc|j;niiii('iit. with Mi. luiiirs 
Hairi,- a> clKiiniiaii, inrrcasfd its stall' willi llir addi- 
tinii of llircc I'aciilU inriiibcrs. A new lailin lali lor 
l)r<)ail(astinu; [jioduclion and news, aloni; with a 
working joiiriialisin lal)orator\ . wire also added to 
the d('|jartniriit. 

^o^\ in lis siToinl lull \(\ir as a dcparliiiciit. coin- 
iniiniiatioii- look- lo the liilurr w illi liopcs loi- |iraili- 
cal [jrodurlioii of (•(.)iiiniiiiiiral ion in d\ nainir areas ol 
a<adeini(s. Plans are hein^: sluilied lo de\elo|j la- 
eililies lor a liliii and t(de\ ision lalioratorv. 





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Above: Kayinoiid HiiiUlr adjusts the lighting on a set filming a EKU TV 
(omnii-iitary. Top I.ell: Ms 1 iiaiia Taylor, a junior Journalisin major, 
concentrates on proolreading an editorial. Left: jolin Summers, a 
senior from I^ouisville, exemplifies the skills required for Radio Broad- 
casting, total concentration and good manual dexterity. 



160 Academics/.\rts and Science 




Top: Robert Pike, a sophomore from Bardstown, strikes a relaxing 
pose during a demonstration in drama. Top Right: Wall mirrows enable 
JoAnn Nard, from Cumberland, to practiee intense facial expressions. 
Above: Mike Butler presents his opinions to a class in speech commu- 
nication. 



The Spt^ech and Drama Department, supervised by 
Dr. Richard Benson, made full use of the faeihties of 
the new Jane F. Campbell building. The unit|ue Gif- 
ford Theatre, an important aspect of the Campbell 
btiilding, exhiljited its versatility through many in- 
novations. The stage of the theatre was used in four 
different ways. These included caliper stage, thrust, 
proceneum, and arena. The 400 seat auditorittm was 
equipped with an elaborate lighting system, as well as 
mo\ang ceiling panels for improved acoustics. 

A Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, a musical theatre 
and the performing arts, was offered cooperatively 
between the departments of drama and music. The 
possibility of a summer theatre program, for drama 
and musicals, is also being examined. 



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wttwowKn-itiiffiiuiFv-Tawcituii VII tihi^wiiitiABasaimsf'iwt^BXSi R'Xiw^tanmifasulIIuaD 



Jane F. Campbell 
Encompasses Art 



I'lidcr thf cliairniaiisliip of Dr. Daniel Sliiiirlle- 
hower. till' Art Dcpartmriit ciijoNcil ils first lull year 

ill till- ,h I'. Caiiipljcll building. Tlii- :\c\\ niilcr of 

liiK' arts provided facilities for musir. spccrli. and 
drama, as well as art. Kxjiaiuled spaee for art included 
laiioratories for sculpture, •iraphics. drawing, design, 
and a special sk\-iiglited area lor painting. The Fred 
I', (iiles CallcrN offered beautiful layout possibilities 
for the exibition o\' art work, including a major show 
Paul Saw icr in I''ebruar\ . 

A resale store for art supplies \s as re\ i\ ed to enable 
students io pur( base (lass material at lower cost. 

Within the future, the I)e|)artinent of Art \s ill 
eiuleaNor to create liaclielor of I'inc Art degrees in 
the areas of eeramies, metal crafts, and graphics. The 
department is considering implementing ]jIi()togra])li\ 
into the curriculum, and a ciMinncrcial art program in 
the fields of ad\ertising and packaging design. 





Above Right: l,arry Oranl. a M'liior Irom Nortti Momnoiilli, Maine, 
loves llie deep concentration wliicli stimulates creative activity. Right: 
It does not talie much tunc for a new sculpture laboratory to get 
broken in. Above: Amy Puuiler. a sofiliomore art major, displays tlie 
end result of hard uork and skdled bands. 







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Department Studies 
Career Possibilities 



Uimted by Dr. Kellv I'huriiian, the Department 
of Englisli recently experienced an increase in faculty 
members. Re-evaliiatioii was directed toward tlie cur- 
riculum and different kinds of courses were studied 
for program changes. Tliis involved the organization 
of a special study committee to research the nature ol 
an English major, and to explore the a\ailability of 
carc(TS in the English field outside of education and 
teaching. 

In the Spring, a contcmporarv course in women 
writers was offered to students in all majors. The 
English Department also spcjnsored its aiuiual three- 
week tour of Englaml which covered the areas of 
London, Canterbury, the English countryside, the 
Lake District, Stratford, York, Oxford, Cambridge, 
and Stonehenge. 



Top Left: Nancy Perkins, a junior from Johnstown, Ohio, gives an oral 
report on William Shakespeare. Top Right: The library is often referred 
to as being an English major's home away from home. Above: James H. 
Miles, an English major, listens avidly to his fellow classmates as they 
discuss aspects of drama. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 163 



Geography Develops; 
Geology Expands 

Dr. Joseph ScliwtiKlfman, licad of the Geography 
Department, directed a complete updating and revi- 
sion of all programs. Alterations in the department 
were substantial. The planning program was broad- 
ened and changed from Regional Platniing to Planning 
and Development. Fields of research and study were 
explored in detail. In conjunction with the Geologv 
Department various problem? of pollution, in particu- 
lar surface mining, land use. and pollution abatement 
methods were explored in depth. Future emphasis in 
geography will be directed toward research e\pan?ion 
and further study openings on the graduate level. 

Expansion of the Department of Geolog% , under 
Dr. Donald Haney, involved the iniplemeiitation of a 
special two-vear degree in a geological engineering 
technical program. A Bachelor of Arts degree in Geol- 
ogv was introduced to become effective in August. 
The Geology Department hopes to continue to en- 
deavor for improvement. 





Top: Marshall Howard, a senior, works in the geography cartography 
lab on a population density map. Above: These two geology majors. 
Ken Brag and Stanley Stevens, test various properties of rocks- 



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Subject Diversity 
Concerns Departments 



Till' Uf[)artniiiil (if Hislorv. sii|)(r\ isid \)\ [Jr. 
George Roljiiison, ol't'(;red a 30 liuur major in liislorv 
witli or witliout a teaehiiig certilicatc. Two new 
eourses were designed for anv student interested in 
liistory but not neeessarilv a major. Future predic- 
tions were geared toward high e\pe(lati(jns of con- 
tinuing quahtv. 

Under the lUrcclioii of Dr. James K. Miller, major 
improvements in the Departmi'iit of Philosophy in- 
cluded the addition of a woman philosophy pro- 
fessor. New courses in Russian I'hilosopin . Pliilo.s- 
ophy of China and Japan, and Piiilosophy of Tech- 
nology cxpandiMl worldwide coverage of Philosophy. 
Participating with otiicr slate universities, a trip to 
India was sponsored. Enrcdlmcnt figures in philos- 
oph) classes reached an all time high. 



Ij^ft: Lir. James R. Miller, the chairman of the Philosophy department, 
leads a class discussion on existentialism. Bottom Left: Joy Martin, a 
senior, shows a concentrated interest in the role of women in history. 
Below: The effects of westernization on Russia is the lecture topic 
given by Mr. Walter Odum to a group of Russian history students. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 165 



Departments Look 
To The Future 



l)i. \rlliiii Ll(i\il. llir arliiii; rluiirnian of I'lilil iial 
SciciiiT. iiiaiKii;cil llir iiii|)lrinciilal iiiii iil scNcial 
nitiix's. ami l\M> lieu laiiillN nicinliii'>. I he jioNciii- 
iiK'iil iiilciii>lii|) |iiui;iaiii ill |Mililii' a(liiiiiii>li al idii was 
(•\|iaii(lr(| 1(1 a(riiiii(i(lal<' incur stlldcills. Ill lliis >|)c- 
lial ai'raii;^riiirii(. >lu(lrii(.s of poliliial scii'iicc wrrc 
^laiilril llir ()ji|i(>rl iinil \ of \s cirkini; in lioxcmiiiciilal 
>ilualioii> III I'lankloil. Sliiilcnl^ from MI\L paitici- 
|ialc(l III llii' National Mode! I iiiliil Nations in N,i'\\ 
'l oik (!it\. Tlii^ |iroi;iaiii was llir lai;j;<'st collegiate 
eonlerenec in llie ( (nintiN . In (lie luliire. tin' Polilieal 
Si leiM e I )e|)aii iiH' II I lio|ie> lo jilaee greater ein()lia>is 
on jiolll leal lll\oK eilienl. 

Mcni^ With oIIkt aililitioiis in laeiilt\. Dr. Russell 
l-'.nzie lieranie the new eliaiiiiiaii of KaslernV Ps\- 
( lioloii\ I )e[jarl inent. Sliidenls ol |)s\ cliolofiN worki-il 
lo earn llaelielor ilegreo in eliniral |)s\ eliologN anil 
school |)svelioloo\ . The major |)laiis ihe Intiire of 
[is\ choloi^v were cenlereil around the mo\e iiilo llie 
renovated (^animaek Unildinj:. This faeilit\ will eon- 
lain animal lalis. faciilt\ offices. ( linieal Iraining 
room>. and human cxperimciitalKni lah>. 




Above; Janice Kline makes careful observation of a rat's performance in 
an operant conditioning chamber. Below: Dr. .lane Giirganus listens to 
avid student di.scu.ssion of Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Soviet Union 
pnlilics during an evening spent at her lioine by this special topics in 

I'lihlll al .Silellc.- (■la^s. 




166 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




Math and Physics 
Examine Fundamentals 



Dr. Kfiinir 1{. Laiic Ihr lir;i(| of Ihc Nhilhrtiialics 
Depaiimt'iil. iu;icil i.ncalri- riii|iliasi> on liindaini'nlals, 
(>()urs(' sdidics id CDiiiputcr sciences oITcihmI excilitii; 
(limeiisions l(j the department. New eqiiipnieiit. such 
as a prograinahal calculator, helped develop greater 
sludcut interest ir) the lield ol niathenialics. Although 
the nundicr ol coeds majoring in mathemalics de- 
clined, actual |)articipation in courses olTcred in- 
creased. The ."stale Section ol the Mathciiiat leal Asso- 
ciation of \mcrica held their annual meeting on 
Eastern's campus. 

The Physics Department, lu'atled h\ Dr. Ted 
(JeoFge. olTcred a Hachclor ot .Science degree in hoth 
teaching and non-teaching ri(dds. (Graduate programs 
included a Masti'r of Science in Plnsics and a Master 
ol Arts in Kducalion with special emphasis on 
Ph\ sics. I'h\ sics majors were given tlie opportunity to 
attend a seminar program, sponsoring specialized 
SjK'akers on \-rav tluorcscencc spectromctrv and the 
iMosshauer studies. For the I'uture the department 
propo.sed a two-vear lecluucal training program. 



Left: Uavid .Sinitli, a stiidciil nl pliysics, is r\lrar(ms radioaclive 
sources for an experiment. Below: IJr. Amy King instructs methods lor 
determining angles in her analytic geometry and calculus class. 




Academics/ Arts and Sciences 16" 



Music Expansion Opens 
Broader Horizons 



The Dcpartinciit of .Mii>ic. Iicadi'd li\ Dr. Gcurge 
Mull^. fxpatuifd in \arinus arfa>. Tuo laiiillv iiiciii- 
Ijcrs were added, ami a Master ol .Mu.-'ic degree was 
de\el()ped. Ottered for the first time were Eleetroiiie 
Musie (Composition. Jazz Impro\isation. and a work- 
slio|i in ( llioial Mnsie. 

Tile 1 lepartiiieiil sponsored iiiaiu special aeti\ilies. 
These iiieliided reeital.- I)\ the .'^\ iii|jhoii\ ()rihe>(ra 
and Ciiorai Enseiiiijie. The annual produelion ol 
Handel's "Messiah"' wa- presented at Christmas. In 
the spring the musieal ■'Oklahoma"" was perlorined. in 
eonjunetion with the Drama Department. 

The I'o^ler liiiiitling \vas eompleteh reiio\ate(l. 
Besides general improscments. new equipment and a 
Theory Listening La!) were added to the hiiilding. 

The Mii~ie Departmenl's main ohjeelive tor the 
future \sill he to further e.\pand programs, adjusting 
them to student needs. 



Above Right: Margie Hook, a mu.su- major from New jersey, practices 
flute exercises during a moment's solitude m the Foster Building. 
Right: This music instructor demonstrates the right side of a reed and 
explains its proper positioning on a clarinet to an elementary woodwind 
class. Below: \ special singing group of Eastern students. "The Summer 
Sounds." display their luaciou.N and versatile style. 






Languages Host 
International Day 



Tlic I'orcigii language deparlniciit. headed h\ [)r. 
(iharles L. Nelson. olTered undergiaduale degrees in 
French, (lerman. Lalin. I{u>>ian. .'>[)ani>h and (jri'ek 
at the elenientar\ level. A Master of \rl> degree in 
I'reneli and ."^[janisii was made a\ailaide. as well as a 
.Master ol Arts degree in Kdnealicni. \s itii eHi|)liasis in 
Fren<li anil .^pani,-h. 

."^excral language sln(lent> participated in a stud\- 
Iravel program to Mexiio during the Ma\ Inter- 
M-ssion. Traveling together undci- the leadership ol a 
laeult\ nietuher in the department, the >tuden(^ re- 
ceivi'd three hours uin\ersit\ cre(lit in .Spaiush. Local 
high school students were intrdduced to lureign lan- 
guages and conntrio h\ attending a special Inter- 
national l)a\. This lasted one da\ and included for- 
eign pla\s. programs, music and food. 

All langu;iges plan to be housed in the renovated 
(Januiiaek Building hv I'all. 197.1. Lab facilities and 
classrooms will be improved to etdiance the students" 
stufh (if foreiirn lani'ua<i(\'^. 



Left: Dr. .4nesti Andrea, professor of Russian and German, instructs a 
beginning Russian class in liis first full year at EKU. Below Left: At tlie 
start of class all is confusion, as freshman Rebecca Davis hurries to 
prepare her Gerjnan notebook for study questions. Below: Mrs. L. 
Boyd emphasizes aspects of grammar in a class on contemporary 
German culture. 




Academics/Arts and Sciences 169 



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College of Education 
Evaluates Programs 

Guided by its Dean, Dr. Dixon A. I5arr. the (Col- 
lege ot Education, completed a self-study in prepara- 
tion for \isitation by a team from the National Coun- 
cil for Accreditation of Teacher Education, its 
major endorsing group. Full-time faculty members for 
the College numbered some 160 persons. Many of 
whom were heavily involved in teaching special exten- 
ded campus courses throughout the state, as educa- 
tion took a role in Eastern's widened services. Com- 
prehensive workshops and conferences, for teachers 
and students, were held on Eastern's campus during 
tlie summer. And. in addition, complex evaluations of 
teacher education graduates were maintained by the 
college during tlie student's first year of job experi- 
ence. 

The federal 'Right-to-Read' project, with a brancli 
in EKU's College of Education, worked on an elemen- 
tary level in the EstiU County School Systems. New 
course work in Education was inaugurated in the 
areas of education of the deaf and freshman labora- 
tory experience. 



As Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Dixon Barr maintains con- 
tinual study and research in all fields of progressive education. 




170 Academics/Education 









Top: An EOF 202 classroom observer, Mary Don Withers, encourages 
cheerful sport participation among children. Above: Cathy Creech, a 
graduate student, works at Model Laboratory school as a counseling 
trainee. Right: Dr. J. C. Stull encourages the theory and function of the 
school as a institution for transporting culture. 



Departments Support 
Educational Practicum 



Offerinij no major of it's own, the main purpose of 
the Department of F^dueational Foundations, super- 
vised hy Dr. Wilham McKinney, was to support tlie 
other edueation ilepartments l)y providing basic intro- 
ductory classes for general principles of education. 
The primary emphasis for the department, was on the 
development of laboratory experiences through the 
introduction of a special course entitled Professional 
Laboratory. Designed to pro\ide beginning students 
with an opportunity to work with children. 80 per- 
cent of the class time dealt with actual participation 
and only twenty percent was spent in the college 
classroom. 

In an attempt t(j meet the needs of students, Dr. 
Lola Doane, head of the Department of Educational 
Psychology and Counseling, supervised the addition 
of a video-rover to enable students to see themselves 
in action. Teaching— learning theories were developed, 
in a new course, as well as a practicum in psychome- 
try, and a certification for a school psychometrist. 
Also offered for the first time was the specialist 
deOTce in rehabiUtation. 




Academics/Education 171 



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Tomorrow, Today 

William A. Morris, the cliairinaii of tlie Depart- 
iiu'iit ot EU'incntarv Education, cncouragetl rcijular 
aiul frequent attendance, on tlie |)arl of his facult\ . at 
confiTences. eon\entions. and workshcjps. in (jrder to 
remain in-tune with current aspects of teaclier educa- 
tion and preparation. Students of elementary educa- 
tion liad the opportunit) to sharpen their teaching 
and inter-personal skills tlirough video-taping experi- 
ences \N ith children and fellow students. 

,Man\ senior elementar\ education majors parti- 
cipated in the Right-to-Read Project, spending much 
time working with children in the Estill County 
schools. This innovative program provided learning 
experiences by focusing on the children's language 
and cultural uniqueness. Trained facult\ members 
studied the difficulties involved in unilerstanding and 
teaching rural disadvantaged children, as weU as mul- 
ti-cidtured children from urban locations. 





Top: In a lesson on articles of speech and grammar, Diana Gartin rouses 
the enthusiasm of White Hall elementary students. Left: While a class- 
mate tapes pictures onto a poster. Deborah Oswalt helps prepare visual 
teaching aides. Above: Tony Ayette, a student teacher at Model, ex- 
plains tlie art of passing a basketball. 



172 Academics/Edcualion 




Department Produces 
Quality Teachers 

Tlu' l)e[)artnK'iit of Secondary and Higlier Educa 
tioii, iiiidtT Uie guidance of Dr. Joe Wise, was equip- 
ped to prepare quality teachers. Video-tape equip- 
ment was added to the department as a very helpful 
study aid. This allowed students to hear and see 
themselves in action, as well as analyze their teaching 
procedures. 

Looking ahead, the Department of Secondar\ and 
Higher Education plans to continue examining ap- 
proaches for preparing teachers. 



Left: A Madison Central classroom is the scene of much art activity, 
under the direction of Melanie Rozeman, an Eastern student. Below: 
Joe Evans, a student teacher, explains principles of precise measuring to 
industrial technology high school students. 




Academics/Education 173 



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Programs Emphasize 
Deaf Education 

Directed by Dr. Wietse de Hoop, the Department 
of Special Education and Rehabilitation witnessed a 
substantial increase in students. Greater empluisis 
than before was placed on the departmental graduate 
program and special attention was also directed 
toward the area of deaf education for tlu> hearing 
impaired, tiie only {)rogram of such extent in the 
state. Through federal training grants, and the Louis- 
ville television WHAS Crusade, the department was 
allocated funils for future scholarship purposes. 



Right- Mary Lou Rorsel and Kim Davis utilize a mirror to correct 
areas of sp.ccli production. Below: Ea.ste.rn junior Roberta Harbm 
evaluates hearing capabilities on audio-testing instrument. 





174 Academics/Education 




Above: Clara Stamper, a senior from Jackson, exhibits good posture 
while being measured by Roger Alcorn a senior pubhc and environmen- 
tal health major. Below: Miss Betty Hattield, a library science instruc- 
tor, discusses problems of bibliography research. 



^ Departments Focus 
On Health, Library 



The l)c|)arliii(iit ol' .'school and Public Health, di- 
rected l)y Dr. lieriiiaii .'^. iiu.sli, vva.s dedicated to the 
idea thai an iiitVjriiied citizenry will make the proper 
decisions in health matters at't'ecting indivithials, fami- 
lies and communities. In the spring, the department 
hosted the third Kentucky Student (Community 
Health meeting. A Master of Arts in Education was 
established in response to the demand for (|iialified 
educators in the allied health fields. An luider-gradu- 
ate cotir.se in habit forming substances and a graduate 
level seminar in contemporary health proi)lems were 
developed to focus on prominent health issues of 
today. The department hxjked forward to a labora- 
tory in the new health bLiilding. 

Under the leadership of Juanita Phillips, the De- 
partment of Library .Science trained students for ca- 
reers in school librarianship. Media courses were of- 
fered by the department throtigh contintiing educa- 
tion. Accreditation for school librarianship was in a 
process of change, and the department of Library 
Science was working toward the initiation of a pro- 
gram to meet these requirements. 




Academics/Education 175 



Physical Education 
Offers Opportunities 

Under the cliairinan.~hi[i of Dr. Fred E. Darling, 
the Men's Ph\ sical Education department stressed 
student triiining for a variety of ph\sical education 
related professions. Subject areas, in addition to sec- 
ondary and elementary physical education teaching, 
inckulcd corrective therapy, recreation therapy, and 
athletic training. An expansion in the masters of 
education program \vas planned with tlie addition of 
athletic administration on a graduate level. This coed 
program will train individuals for positions such as, 
athletic directorships in schools and colleges, munici- 
pal sports arena management, and jobs associated 
uith professional and other athletic clubs anil teams. 

Tlie Somen's Physical Education department, 
headed ii\ Dr. Ann L hlir. opened man\ new fields of 
study. These included courses on the graduate level. 
EKEi students participated with other athletes, from 
numerous colleges and universities in hosting the Re- 
gioniU Tournament for Somen's \'olleyball. and in 
sponsoring the annual Heck\ Boone Relays. These 
acti\ities emphasized the growtii of women's physical 
education programs. Due to greater opportimities the 
W omen's Physical Education Department currently 
had 200 majors, and enjoyed increase in enrollment. 




.\bove: This Physical Education class, of tumbling and vaulting, warm- 
up with standard somersaults. Below: Students step to the music of a 
'\ irgiuia Reel" in an .Ajnerican Square, Round, and Social Dance class. 






Parks and Recreation 
Sponsors Institute 

Dr. James McClicsiu-y was made head of the De- 
partment of Recreation and P;irk Administration, af- 
ter serving as acting chairman. The department was 
responsihle for coordinating and developing an annuid 
Park Maintenance Training Institute. The institute 
was held at I^ake Barkley State Park Lodge on the 
topic of "Swimming Pool Maintenance". Planned to 
educate and re-educate park supervisors and lower 
level maintenance personnel, the training of the pro- 
gram was concentrated on practical application rather 
than strictly theory. 

The number of undergraduate recreation and park 
administration majors increased by sixty-two students 
over a period of one year. Department faculty video 
taped several class projects and demonstrations, to be 
utilized as a learning situation for future class presen- 
tations. 



Top Left: Dr. Sheryl Stepliaii, assistant professor of Recreation and 
Park Administration, shows a class how to make rope from twine. 
Above: This recreation major overcomes fears of reptiles. Left: Jeff 
Mudd, a junior theraputic recreation major from Owensboro, and Cindy 
Garth, a junior from St. Louis, Missouri, examine handmade models of 
park and recreation equipment. 



Academics/Education 177 



New Dean Heads 
College Of Business 

Dr. Howard Thoinpsuii this } ear became tlie iicns 
Dean of Eastern's (College of Business. Heading this 
College, whirli liouses the Ueparlnients of Account- 
ing. Business Administration. Business Education and 
Office Administration, and Econonncs. Dean Thomp- 
son super\ised many reno\ations. 

FacultN memiiers were added to the (College of 
Business staff who provided fresh areas of expertise. 
In an effort to contribute to the professional growth 
of the business conununit\ . the (College of Business 
instituted special programs with citizens of the area. 
Rewarding contacts and an exchange of inlormation 
were made iictucen businessmen and faculty. This 
arrangement was t(j aciiieve several goals. It provided 
practical input into textbook courses, reduced tlie 
gap thought to separate the student and the business 
cstalilishment. and constructed long-term associations 
bet\veen the executi\e's firm and the College of Busi- 
ness. 

Major empluisis for future ilevelopment will be in 
three Sj)ecific areas. Attempts will be made to recruit 
a high quality of students for business careers, curri- 
culum.- uill be re\ised to ol)fain qualitv programs, 
anfl turthcr contacts will be made w ith Imsinesscs and 
industries to insure graduate placement and good job 
opportunities for Eastern Business majors. 




Dr. Howard Thoinp.->on work.- long and hard in his position as tJtan of 
the Colli'se of Busini'ss. 



178 Academics/Business 




Accounting Enjoys Growth 

Headed by Claude ."^iiiilli, tlie Accounting Depart- 
ment of llie (^jllege of Business offered courses in 
principles of accounting, and other more advanced 
courses. Recently instituted programs included four 
two-year degrees and six four-year degrees with three 
options in accounting. These different programs cov- 
ered a wide s|)ectrum in the field of Ijusint^ss account- 
ing. 

Tlie Accounting Department continued to seek 
greater emphasis in more specialized and di\ersified 
uses of accounting tf;chniques for tiie future. With the 
wide open job market in accounting, the major chal- 
lenge of tlie Department lies in training and educating 
students t(j meet the demands of future careers. 




Top Left: Mr. Scott Neal. a graduate assistant, explains a basic principle 
of accounting in an introductory course. Left: Jim Duncan takes notes 
during an income tax procedure lecture, while Bob Peterson listens 
attentively. Above: Two .senior accounting majors. Dave Koeinger and 
Gayle Mason, work a difficult problem out together. 



Academics/Business 179 



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Business Departments Improve Training 



The departments of Business Adniitiistration under 
Warren Mullen, and Business Edueation and Offiee 
Administration, under the direetion of Dr. Alfred 
Patrick, worked to offer students the liest in husiness 
training. Four different Associate of Arts secretarial 
degrees were developed. These two-year programs 
covered the areas of Medical, Legal, E.xecutive, and 



Administrative Office Services. 

Planning for the future, the departments liope of 
estahlishing a simidation office where the student can 
get firsthand office experience. Seminars and work- 
shops will l)e offered on a non-credit hasis so that 
local citizens will have an opp(jrtunitv to review vari- 
ous aspects of business. 






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Top Left; Marc la Cunningham, a freshman from Somerset. Kentucky, 
reviews a shorthand exercise. Top Right: Salesmanship is the topic of 
concern on the study guides Dr. Janet Hibbard hands out. Left: This 
diligent student pauses for reflection while taking notes in computer 
programming, .^bove: A broken typewriter ribbon poses a slight prob- 
lem to Karen Miller, a sophomore Business .administration major. 



180 .\cademics/ Business 




Top Left: Office machine calculation training enables speedy results for 
difficult questions. Top: The eleventh commandment for computer 
scientists is prominently displayed for all to learn. Lett: Dr. Jonell 
Jones discusses technical problems which all secretaries must face. 
Above: Speed and accuracy are a must for all good typists. 



Academics/Business 181 




Top: Secretarial Science requires concentrated effort to avoid mistakes. 
Left: Dr. Oberita Hager illu.strates a point in her busines.'; cla.ss. Above: 
Students listen avidly to instructions in computer programing. 



182 Academics/ Business 




Economics Has 
A Better Idea 

Headed l)\ Dr. Donald Sliadoan. the Economics 
Dcpartiiit'iit ((nilinucd its ciidcaNor to provide East- 
ern with a program designed to train the student to 
be flexible in adapting to tlie inisiness world. The 
main goals of the department were to offer a bal- 
aneed Liberal Arts education, and to give efficient 
pre-graduate training. 

Proposals were made for the erealion of an Eeo- 
nomics Educational (Center. This research center will 
contain a reserve area and calculator facilities. The 
Department of Economics also hoped to continue 
keeping the curriculum current, and the courses busi- 
ness oriented. 



Right: International Economics is a topic of concern and study for 
many aware Eastern students. Below: Mr. Robert Eosey discusses the 
principles of money and banking to an economics class. 




'Veademics/Business 183 






Graduate School 
Appoints New Dean 

Effecfixr thi.~ Near. Dr. Charles H. Gibson becaiiic 
tlie new Dean oi P.asterns (jradiiate Sehool. Under 
\n< >ii[ter\i>iiiti stiiilcnt enrullment figures readied a 
liiiili plateau after rapid iiureases u\er the past five 
\ears. During 1974-73 the population of the EKL 
graduate program rontiiuied to rank as one of the 
largest in Kentuekx . 

Graduate offerings came from a \ariety of fields 
including master degrees in arts, sciences, music, pub- 
lic (ir business administration, antl \arious aspects of 
education. ."Specialist degrees were available in etluca- 
liiiii ami technologN . as well as joint doctoral pro- 
grams in education. 

Many graduate assistantshi[)s. fellowships, and dlh- 
er forms of financial assistance, were awarded to well 
qualified candidate^ in most departments. These 
scholar.-hips were grantetl as financial needs justified 
and the\ enabled the student to sa\e on educational 
expenses. 

The major emphasis of the 1974-75 academic vear 
was directed toward the exploration and development 
of new areas for graduate programs, with special 
notice given to self-studv. Tlie future concerns of the 
graduate school were aimed toward the continuing 
improvement of ^rraduate instruction. 



Irving to figure out the proper way to wear the graduate collar seems 
to be a big problem for this Eastern student as he prepares to accept his 
degree. 













184 Academics/Graduate School 




Left: Dean C. H. Gibson listens to a student's speech during a 
class in which he serves as advisor for graduate students working 
toward speciaHst degrees. Below: Practicing voice control is 
necessary for graduate students who study music in this opera 
workshop. 



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Graduates Pursue Various Fields of Study 



Many special areas of learning were eoaeeiitrated 
upon by students of the graduate school. Thesis proj- 
ects, research in tiic sciences, creative endeavors, and 
philosophic reasoning were sought uul. I'ligagcd in. 
and achieved with great honor. Ciradiiate students 
preparing for different professions occupied tliem- 
selves with specific concerns and interests of their 
future vocations. For example, those students in- 



volved in leaching received \ital practical experience 
hv serving as graduate assistants and conducting intro- 
ductory courses in their major area. 



All industrial and community guidance and counseling graduate stu- 
dent. Elaine Tackett, spends her free time working for the counseling 
center as a Crisis Line volunteer. 




186 Academics/Graduate School 




Top Left: Ed Kidd watches the clay take shape between his fingers as 
he practices his art on the potters wheel. Left: Graduate assistant Gloria 
Gammel leads her beginning sociology class in an extensive review prior 
to an examination. Below: During a seminar in Political Process, gradu- 
ate students of political science discuss various concepts with Dr. Paul 
Blanchard. 




Academics/Graduate School 187 



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,^lic piirMii> a srailiiatr dcsri-f in ilifrnistry. Below: Juljc Ogisi tlit-cks 
llii- ((inlr<il> (if the |ili\siograph as Rick Deglow is measured lor galvanic 
>kin re.s|jiiiisi'. an a^pci t of psychological research. 





188 Academics/Ciradiiate School 




Above: Avid concentration, as well as a steady hand, is applied by 
Richard Walker in the completion of his graduate geography project. 
Left: Dr. Raymond O'Tero assists Jane Costine in setting up the 
apparatus for her microbiology research concerning inhalation therapy. 



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192 Honors/Hall of Fame 




English Major Chosen 
For Hall Of Fame 



The 1973 Hall ..I Fame iiilrv Miss jo Ann Fox. 
an Eiiglisli major, was noniinatrd from ihr (lollcgr of 
Arts and .Sciciici's wIkmc durinij; licr colkgc carcfr she 
niaintaini'ii a '.>.H acadcniic standing. 

Mis,- Fn\ ronlriliulcd lo llic iictln-nii'nl of the 
liii\('isil\ llirongli licr in\ol\rnirnt in rnan\ ai(i\- 
ities. Slie was a nu'inbcr ol (A)ll('giatc Pcntaclc. .Sigma 
Tan Delta, kappa Delta Pi. Panli(dlenic. Kappa Alpha 
Tliiia and C^VEN.^. ."^hc was also a \olunlcer worker 
at the Tellord (^onimiinitv (Center and \sas seleeted 
for the l')75 Who's Who list. 

Eaeh of (he fi\c colleges and Collegiate Pentacle 
submittid nonnnatioris for this honor. The final selee- 
tion was made in a seeret coniniil tec. ap])ointed bv 
President Robert R. Martin. 




Honors/Hall of Fame 193 



College Deans Name 
Honor Roll List 



This NfarV HotKn- K(illc('> niaiiit.iincii an a\('iay;t 
iiradc point >taiiilitiiz of A.Ti). ami iricliKlcd jd Ann 
Fox. an En^ili.-li major with a 0.8 a\('rai;i' Ironi Ihr 
(iollciif ol' Art> and Scifnit-.-; jo Ann Peidilcs. an 
interior ili'.-ii;n major with a i5.7Gl'A Iroin tlir (.ol- 
lege of \rt> and Tcihnidciu;\ : ['atricia Wheeler, an 
eduealion major u ho maintained a .'5.)! standing from 
the (!(dlei;e ol Edueation: Larr\ (dark, an aeeountiiig 
major uilh a A.H (il'\ from tlie (College of Bu.-iness: 
and Jeanne ( diiaramonte. a law enloni'ment major 
with a .'5.2 standing from tin' (!(dlegi' of Law Enloree- 
ment. 

Each (d' till- fi\e aeadenni- deans .^idimdted 
nomination> loi- the I '(7.1 Honor Roll on the !Ki-i> ol 
aeadeinie arliie\ement and leadership aljiHt\. I 
Honor Koll memhers were reeoginzed for their ad- 
xaneemerds academiralh in the elassroom. eampns 
arti\ ilie> and extra-rnrrirn lar aiti\ it ie>. 




Right: JO A\_\ l'()\. College of Art> and Scieitees. 
Below: JOANNA l'KKBLt>. College of Applied Art- 
and Tei hnolog\ . 



194 Honors/Honor Roll 



Left: PATRICIA WHEELER. College of Educalion. 
Below: LARRY CLARk, College oC Husiness. 
Bottom: JEANNE k. CHIARAMONTE. College of 
Law Enl'orcement. 




Honors/Honor Roll 195 



Milestone Awards 
Senior Citations 



Eadi \far Senior> are hoiKired \s ith Citalitjii? iroiii 
till' Milcstoiu' tor their IcadiTsliijj. aliilit\ and arhie\e- 
mcnl in r\tra-iurriiiilai' aili\ itie.-. 

Citation.^ were auardrd in the area,- nl' studrnt 
goNcrtunent. tireek lilc. intniniinit\ ser\iee. iniUtar\ . 
music, student [)uhh(■atieln^. e(.)niniunicatiiiii,-. and 
athletics. 

(Candidates were luinnnatcil li\ departmental chair- 
men and organization sponsors. A committee of ad- 
ministrators and students made the confirmations. 

Right: GRKEK M A> AM) WOMAN. Dan .^tratton. 
Linda Cooper. Bottom Left: .^TL DENT GUVEKN- 
MENT. Da\e ('.ecii. karen Lane. Gar% Gra\. Bottom 
Right: COMMLNIIA SERMCE. .],, Ann l\,\. Dave 
(^ecil. Da\e Gib.-on. Dan ."-^tratton. 






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W()<l,-tc. RoiKtld l?u\vlitig. Hiirokl 
\\iii>l()\\. Paul drowning, Mary Ellen 
Keen. W alltr Craft. Jr.. Douglas Black. 
Jdliii llazlett. Robert Bertraiid. Jr. 
Ixft: MUSIC. SEATED: Earlenc 
Arnold. Naney MeKenney. Linda Rae 
TiiH-hcr. STANDING: Harold ^ oung, 
Reliccea Havwood. LisaDa\is. 



Honors/Senior Citations 19T 



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198 Honors/Senior Citations 




Left: MEN'S ATHLETICS. Ray 
Spcnilla. Tyrone Harbut, Ilcrsilicl 
Miller. Tony De(Jandia. Below: 
WOMEN'S ATHLETICS. Connie 
llflage, Katliy Eieher, Geri Wise;. 
Joyee Dettor. Jane lloppough, 
Susie Boone. 




Who's Who Honors 
Fifty Seniors 

R<'rou;nized for their outstanding ability in scholar- 
.-hip. leadership, and service, fifty Eastern seniors 
were includrd in llii- I '»74-75 edition of Who's Who 
in Ainrnran L ni\i'r>iti<'.- anil Colleges. These stu- 
dents, noininalrd h\ the heads of tlieir n'sp(M.-tive 
(•oliciies and dr|Kirtnii'nls. were sclrrtcd \i\ a special 
faiult\ ronmnltec. I'ni.d ap|)ro\al ri'sted with the 
Naliniial W hi)V W ho organization. 

Right: DAVID SMITH. Physics. Below: KEN' 
BO.^TLEMAN. TIM I'VTTER.SON. IMuMcal Edu- 
cation. 




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200 HonorsAVho'sWho 





Above: PATKICIA WHKELER. KATHRYN 
ROACH, Elinientaiy Eduratioti. Left: 
KENNETH SLOANE, JO ANN FOX, Eiiglisli. 



Honors/Whos Who 201 



Right: l.AWKENCt: LYTl.E. Hroadcasting. 
Below: .11 1)^ mi.S. Cliild DrxclopniiMit. 
IJottom: \A\(;^ HAST1NC;S. NANCY 
\IrkEN\F.\. LIMJATLNC.HEH. Music. 






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Above: MICHELLK WAITERS. LINDA 
COOPER. SHARON .'STEPHENS. Psychology. 
Lett: CHRI.'^TIE Dl NHAM. Social Work. 



Honors/Who's Who 203 




Above: DKI.MV FRANCIS. SHARON 
DWIDSON (,l I.LETTE. JuuriuiliMii. 
Hottoin: MUillAN IIKNDKRSON. Ili~- 
t(ir\. 



204 Honors/WhosWho 




Left: JEAN SCHUBERT, PAMELA 
HOSKINS, Spanish. Bottom: 
LINDA DYKES, ALICLA HIL- 
BISH, ROSANNE \ lEL, Mathe- 
matics. 




Honors/W'ho's Who 205 



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Top Leil: STE\E SHITIIERS. Political Sci.rirc Top 
Hio;ht: LIS \ l)A\ IS. Musi( . Right: CHRIS RLMPKE, 

ElcmrnlMix Eiluiiitioii. 




206 Honors/Who's Who 




Honors/Who's Who 207 




208 Honors/Who's Who 



Lett: K()I5F>RT HEKTKAiNI). Iloilinilliuc. Uelow: 
DWII) CECIL. MARY LLLL^ KKL.N. CHRISTO- 
I'llKli SEAMAN, Law Eiilonciticiil. Bottom: 
KATHY EICHER. GEORGLV LYNCH. DLANNE 
DUNLAP, Physical Education. 




HonorsA\'ho's Who 209 




Above: IKKRY TACKETT. PA\1P:LA 
COMBS, Prp-\lP(li,al Sii.'tur. Right: 
JOYCE Sl'TI'(il>. Hiolofiv. 



210 Honors/Who's Who 





Top Left: JEANNE TARULLO, French. 
Top Right: MARGARET WHELAN, Spe- 
ci.il and Elctncntarv Edncation. Left: 
CATHRViN CARMEN, Interior Design. 

UNAVAILABLE FOR PICTURES: JUDY 
SCHIEB, Social Work: JACQUELLNE 
VEKST, Music: HERBERT WEDIG. In- 
dnslrial Edncation. 



Honors/Who's Wlio 211 



Honoraries Demonstrate Fellowship And Service 



Niiirtecn national honoraries ser\(Ml friMiicnciouslv 
liiitli FAL ami tlir >urrounding coininunilN tliisNcar. 
Each aeti\itv perlornu'd. eitlier social or acadeniic 
demonstrated the lellowship and unified effort of the 
nieinlMTS. 

Promoting intere?t in the lield of |ournali>m. 
Al|dia Phi Gamma, an honorar\ for jonrnalism 
majors, invited prominent newsmen and meinhers of 
the field of journalism to speak to elassi's at KKl . 



The Chapel t)f Meditation and tlie School of Hope 
henefited Irom ilonations raised througii an auction 
o\ famous autographs. Plans were also made for dona- 
tions to the Susan B. Harris scholarship fund. In 
April, members of Alpha Phi Gamma served as guides 
to the Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association 
Conference held on Easterns campus. 

ALPHA PHI GAMMA. Jan Hensley, vice president; Katliy Gallaher; 
David R. Gibson, president; Rlionda Maners; Delma Francis, treasurer. 




212 Honors/Honoraries 



Eastern's Oldest Honorary Encourages Leadership 



Easlciirs oldcsl honor sociclv. I'i Onicfi;) I'i. dcvcl- 
ojicd s(li()l;irslii|) and I'oslcrcd lii^li clliical standards 
aiiioni; business cducalion and prolcssional sliidcnts 
in rclalt'd I'iclds. The nicinlicrs sponsored llie sale ol 
stationery in order to send delegates to the \ational 
(Convention in New Orleans in December. 1071. 

As a national honorary, the aims of Pi Omega Pi 
were three told: to encourage scholarship in business, 
to aid in ei\ic betterment in colleges and unixcrsities. 
and to encourage and loster liigh standards in busi- 
ness and prol'cssional life. 

As a iNational Police Science Honor Society. Alpha 
Phi Sigma, promoted professionalism through all its 



Junctions. The societ\"s latest major endeavor was in 
the development of a lotalK riev\ records system lor 
the Kiclmiond Police Department. Other activities 
included work lor the rehabilitation of ol'IcndiTS in 
the local commiuiitx and aid in an advisory ca[)acity 
to the Explorers Post sponsored by the Bureau of 
Training. 

This year Alpha Phi Sigma held its first National 
(ioiiNcntion in (Jmaha. iNebraska. Its piuj)osc u as to 
establish a new constitution and ways in which \lpha 
Phi Sigma can lurlher promote profes.^-ionalisni in the 
area of polici' science. 



Lefl: t>l UMEGA PI. FRONT KOW: Carolyn 
Kiiisolving, Judy C. Hunt, president; Myrena 
Jennings, sponsor; Helen Johnson, vice-president; 
Beverly Horsley. BACK ROW: Edsel Mountz, spon- 
sor; Phi! Coley, treasurer; Bill Fricke, secretary; 
Melinda Ostwalt, Sylvia Langdon, Sandi Thomas. 
Below: ALPHA PHI SIGMA. FRONT ROW: Kathy 
Black, Denise Riggs, Margaret Aiken, Ginger 
Conlev, James Powers, Hugh Tharpe, John House, 
Anita Tyson, secretary. SECOND ROW: Jeff 
Young, Rick Mann, John Jacob, Russell Clark, 
William Thompson, Roger Dean, Robert McCro- 
skey, president; Mary Ellen Keen. B.'VCK ROW: 
Gary Schopter, Charles Allen, Harold Winslow, 
Elmer Criswell, vice-president; Ross Miller, Dr. 
David Williams, aduiser; Robert Trader. 




Right: CWENS. FROM ROW: Mary \Iaikcy. 
Karen Kelly, tiainc Drake. Faye Mosby. Renee 
Denman, secretary; Dora Slathers. Lois Coulter. 
Jackie Richardson, Cathy Arrigon. SECOND ROW: 
Joan Bartlett. Paula Young, treasurer; Tina Slusher. 
Karen Wise. Kathy Weber. Josie Cisler. Mindy 
Manifold, Martha Maggard, Cathy Morrison, Chris 
Reynolds, president; Peggy Jones, Jodie Brill. 
Martha Gnse. advisor. BACK ROW: Chen Ward. 
Freda Nelhery. Sarah Cooch. Marsha Adains. Maria 
Ridenour, vice-president; Stephanie Puckett, Marv 
Ladd, Darlene Henrv. Below: KAPPA IOTA 
EPSILON. FRONT ROW: Bennie Conkright, vice- 
president; Steve Holehan, Dan Haughey, David 
Brough. John Calloway. Don Williams. John Price. 
David Hepp. BACK ROW: David Rowe. Keith 
Stowers. secretary-treasurer; David Jones. James 
Horsley, Thomas Griffith, John Cowan, Steve 
Green, president; Robert Bailiff 





Sophomore Honoraries Serve EKU 



* Kappa Iota Epsilon, the sophomore honorary 
fraternity for men. took part in cainpus affairs this 
year. Activities included the orientation of incoming 
freshmen, a mixer picnic with the CWENS. and as- 
sisting in the Senate and Homecoming Queen Elec- 
tions. KIE members also assisted in decorating for the 
Homecoming Dance. 

CWENS, the sophomore women's honorary so- 
ciety which promotes scholarship and fellowship was 
founded on EKU's campus in 1945 bv Mrs. Emma V. 

214 Honors/Honoraries 



Case. CW ENS. arc choseti on the basis of their aca- 
demic standing and extracurricular activities fol- 
lowing their frcshuK'n year. CWENS sponsored a 
lloo(cnaiui\ and Ice Cream party for the freshman 
women and offered a cake service to the parents of 
the freshman women. CWENS annual activities in- 
cluded decorating the Keen Johnson Ballroom for the 
Homecoming Dance, manning ballot boxes at student 
elections, and participating in freshman orientation. 



Women's Honorary Provides Service To Community 



Collegiate Peiitaele, the national honorary for 
Senior women, had a host of activities during the 
year. Among the main s<T\i(t' projects w iiich bene- 
fited Eastern included an informal mixer lor transfer 
sUidents and a Cliristnias parly for the children in 
Rrocton. The members also co-sponsored the Hanging 
of the Greens and served as ushers at graduation 
ceremonies. As a service to others, the honorarv made 
sunsliine boxes for patients at Patti A. Clay Hospital 
and presented a one-hundred dollar scholarship to a 
deserving senior woman. 

Sigma Tau Delta, the English honorarv, held its 
initiation dinner at Arlington in October. Among the 
activities sponsored by the organization included a 



[)octry reading by Dr. Beaur of the English Depart- 
ment and an annual award to an outstanding senior 

English major. 



Below: (;(JLLEGIATE PENTACLE. KRONT ROW: Becky Bland, (rca- 
surer; Karen Lane, Karen Estrldge, Miriam Marljn, Linda Cooper, 
Connie Kane, jo Ann Fox, president: Cathryn Carman, Betty Myers, 
Luann Kline, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Baker. Judy 
Monroe, Georgia Lynch, Uelma Francis, Kathy Huenefeld, (linger 
Conley, Denise Pierce, Rosaiin Viel, corresponding secretary; Marilyn 
Henderson. Barbara Eisenmenger, Bianne Uunlap. BACK ROW: Patricia 
Wheeler, Judith Williams, recording secretary; Jean Schubert. Caria 
Vaughn, Donna Johnson, Linda Barnett, Jeanne Tarullo, Marilyn Eby, 
Karen Hendrickson. Bottom: SIGMA TAL' DELTA. FRONT ROW': 
Susan Nelson, jo Ami Fo.\, president; Kenneth Slone, vice-president; 
Janet Cox, treasurer; Frances Campbell, secretary; Linda Early wine. 
BACK ROW: Debbie McWhorter. Alice Nevels, Delbert Newman, BUI 
Hays, Jennifer Daniel, l^isa Fuller. 




Honoraries Develop Domestic Interests And Skills 



The home iMonoiiiics lioiiorarx . Plii I psiloii 
Oinicion. loiuscil it.'^ altciition on Ui^h i^cliool slii- 
dciits and tlu'ir interests. Tiie hoiioraiy worked with 
4-H groups ami planned a tour tor interested students 
tlirouiih EasternV lliuiie Erononiies Departuienl. The 
organization also planned a eookhook lo be si^tld as a 
source ol nione\ lor sponsoring such projects as pre- 
senting (Jhrislnias gifts to Head Start and tlicTeH'ortl 
Center. 

W illi learning as their goal, luenihers of AID-lN.SlI) 
\enlured to ihe (>hicago Merchandise Mart and to 
High I'oint. Norlli (iarolina. where (he\ participated 
in sludenl coni|)elilion and loured fnrnilure factories. 



I'eatiiring speakers and workshops. AID-NSID spon- 
sored a two-day .symposium for the purpose of re- 
lating interior design information lo students froi7i 
other universities. 



Below: AID-NSID. FRONT ROW: Bryan Amerine, president; Gayle 
Mayhiigh, Cathy Browning, Fatty Henson, Leslie Wylie, Cathy Seigle, 
Becky Feff, [)onald Gates, sponsor. BACK ROW: Linda Grimes, 
Catlirvn Carman, treasurer; Kathy Kice, Kathy Heinlein, Jackie Cleven- 
ger. Peggy Sharon, ,\nn Wingert, Joanna Peebles, Patti Treadway. 
Bottom: PHI LIPSILON OMICRON. FRONT ROW: Debra Stevens, 
corresponding secretary; Judy Huls, Mary Karr, treasurer; Karen Bailey, 
recording secretary; Jennifer Watkins, Laura Hibbard, president. BACK 
ROW: Phyllis Hobbs, Janice Cox. Karen Lewis. Gracia Pope. Judy 
McWilliams, Et'fie Creamer, sponsor. 





216 Honors/Hoiioraries 





Above: Hill Ml ALfllA. I'KONT ROW: 
Jeff Middlctoii, sfcrelary; Ralph Hopper, 
Mike Brown, treasurer; Mike Shepherd, Ken 
Henn,', Vincent Scott, David Steck, Daniel 
Krueger, alumni secretary. SI'X^OND ROW: 
lijii Bowman, Janet Dawson, Robert Hart- 
well, advisor. BACK ROW: Kevin Dennison, 
David Claggett, Jaines Kent, David High, 
I'hil Shepherd, president; Bob Kager, Joseph 
Payne. Left: DELTA OMICRUN. FRONT 
ROW: Rebecca Haywood, Teresa Bayes, 
Becky Maegly, Karen Roberson, Donna 
Hershey, Peggy Winkle, Rhonda Shelton, 
Vicki Moon, Leslie Elliott. SECOND ROW: 
Patty Pope, Karen Wise, Jodie Brill, Ellen 
(iibbs, Debbie Forth, Debbie Sutherland, 
Page Blankenship, secretary: Diana Oliver, 
Kathy Fentress, Mary Lou Cole, Sylvia 
Smith, Gail Minis, Fawn Asburv, vice- 
president: Beverly WhiUey. BACK ROW: 
Nancy McKenney, Mary Downing, presi- 
dent: Patricia Leidy, Carolyn Van Gilder, 
treasurer; Linda Tincher, Sheila Denton, 
Nancy Cotton, Barb Robinson. 



Honoraries Foster Fellowship Thru Music 



Tlif pitrpose of Delta Omicroii, the honorary pro- 
fessional niusie society for women, was to foster 
fellowsiiip on eaiiipiis and in the coininimily throttgh 
iiiusie. 

In Atigust, at the National Triennial Confereiiee 
held in Fort Collins, Colorado, Eastern's Alpha Eta 
(Chapter received the three top awards given to a 
collegiate chapter. These awards included the 
Chapter-of-the-Year Award, the Chapter Achievenieiit 
Book Award, and the 100 per cent Efficiency Award 
for meeting calendar due dates. 

Activities of the year included (Christmas caroling 
at various hospitals and nursing honies, two musicals, 
a Parents attd /Vlunini Day, and several interesting 
workshops. 



Cultivation of the iiighest standard of creativity, 
education, research, attd performance iti the area of 
music in America was the goal of Phi Mu Alpha, the 
professional fraternity for men in music. The 
Omicron Psi Chapter fulfilled its goal by sponsoring a 
Musicale in the fall semester. Members exhibited their 
talents [n playing their individual instruments, by 
singing, and by presenting comedv skits. A perfor- 
mance by the "Greasers", a fifties group, highlighted 
the evening. Phi Mit Alpha provided a reception for 
Doc Severiison, an honorary member, after his home- 
coming concert. Members served as ushers at music 
recitals, observed Chapter Day, celebrating the fotind- 
ing of their chapter on EKU's campus, and had a 
float in the homecoming parade. 

Honors/Honoranes 217 



Below: PHI EPSILON KAPPA. FRONT 
ROW: Lam' Myford, secretary; Timothy 
Patterson, treasurer: Arthur Sciubba, vice- 
president: Wilham Simkins. president. 
BACK ROW: Odell Phillips, Joe Gibson. 
Harold Holmes, sponsor: Tom Morton, Ted 
Dageford, Ken Bostelman, James Dunn, 
William Pickett, Irvin Hoffman, Greg Rowe, 
Tom Findley. Right: DELTA PSI KAPPA. 
FRONT ROW: Louise Atwood, Joyce 
Dettor, Linda Small, recording secretary: 
Katliy Eicher, president: Barbara Harrison, 
B.\CK ROW: Brenda Ross, Jane Hoppough, 
Barbara Lisehora, Linda Ruf, Carol 
Augustine. 





Physical Education Honoraries Excel In Education 



The newest national honorarv on Eastern's campus 
this year was Phi Epsilon Kappa, a men's honorary 
for physical education. The organization was for- 
merly known as the PEK Club. The activities of the 
group included a free-throw shooting contest and 
several inforinativc mini clinics about physiological 
meaairements. 



Delta Psi Kappa is a national physical education 
honorary for women who excelled academically and 
were active in extracurricular activities in physical 
education. The various activities of the group in- 
cluded work as hostesses at the Women's Regional 
Volleyball Tournament and the sale of sport pins at 
athletic events. 



218 Honors/Honoraries 



Sociology Honorary Explores Human Problems 



Organized to promote an interest in sociology, 
researeh in sociology problems, and activities leading 
to human welfare, Alpha Kappa Delta, a sociology 
honorary, entered its second year of recognition on 
Eastern's campus. Consisting of social work, soci- 
ology, law enforcement, and anthropology majors, 
the Gamma Chapter enjoyed social events and guest 
speakers at their monthly meetings. 

Established to recognize outstanding contributions 
in the field of education. Kappa Delta Pi sponsored 
professional speakers at their meetings. The educa- 
tional honorary members also sought innovative 



teaching techniques and materials for use in their 
future profession. 



Below: ALPHA KAPPA DELTA. FRONT ROW: Anriya Mohanty, 
Marcia Dennings, Patey Barnes, Paul Berrier, Janet Friedman, Janet 
Middleton, Jenny Neat, Amy Moore. BACK ROW; Reid Luhman, 
Danny Bates, Steve Cox, Thearon McKinney, sponsor; R. F. Armstrong, 
Lynn Leger, Stephany Shiiltz, Robert McCroskey, Nancy Brewer, presi- 
Jent. Bottom: KAPPA DELTA PL FRONT ROW: Luann Kline. 
Ciilleen Connors, Sally Wientjes, Betty Myers, Linda Dykes, Brenda 
Craig, Deborah Saunders, Carla Burris, Jane Otten, Becky Bland, trea- 
surer. SECOND ROW: Pam Cloyd, Jo Ann Fox, Donna Orman, Patricia 
Wheeler, Mabel Jennings, advisor; Jan Stacy, Peggy Whelan, Pam Allen. 
Marilyn Henderson. BACK ROW: Marney Ritchie, secretary; Kathleen 
Huenefeld, vice-president; Janet Moorehead, Karen Hendrickson. \ h kie 
Fritz, Judith Williams, Carolyn Heitzman, president; Rosaim Viel. 





.\bove: SCABBARD AND BLADE. FRONT 
ROW: Robert Bertraiid, president: James 
Clifford, Kathi Monii. sponsor; Ann Mat- 
tingly, sponsor: C. Q. Morrison, Raymond 
Patterson. BACK ROW: Lawrence Kelley, 
Richard Owen, Ernest Wells. Ken Bostel- 
man. secretary: James Dunn, Harold 
Winslow, James Edwards, Joe Wilkerson, 
John B. Keller. Jr., sponsor. Right: ET.\ 
SIGMA GAMM.\. FRO.NT ROW: Sharlaee 
Borst, president: Jill Whicker, treasurer: 
Georgette Schmees, Carol Christian. Pat 
Eckett, Carolyn Noe, Sandy Firestine. Ed- 
uinna Baldwin. BACK ROW; R. E. Cartier. 
Robert Baugh, sponsor: Herman Bush, 
Stephen Combs, vice-president. 




Military Honorary Distinguishes Campus Activities 



Scabbard and Blade Company K-15. a national 
military honor .-society sought membership this vear 
from outstanding junior and senior Military Seieiice 
Cadets. The distinguished honorary of EKU provided 
the saber arches for the Homecoming Queen Candi- 
dates, the organization spoii.sors on ROTC Da\ . and 
the selected Queen Athena of tiic Military Hall. 



Eta .'^igma danima. the national health honorary. 
i> ba.-ed on professional orientation. One service proj- 
ect included the check of local store- for tovs deemed 
lui^afc b\ the CI'.'^E Banned Prodmts Catalog. .Also 
tlx' honorary participates in the EKL Health. Physical 
Education, and the Recreation Council Convention. 



220 Honors/ Honoranes 





Lett: SIGMA DtlTX PI. FRONT ROW: Robin 
Dreubacli. l.iiida E^tes. Pam Hoskins. secretary- 
treasurer: Bett> M\ers. i-ice-president: jeaji 
Schubert, president. BACK. RUft : Can. Buclianaii. 
Kenneth Slone, Sandy Overbee. Susaji \\ ilhani<. 
Wilham Clarkson. sponsor. Below: KAPPV ML 
EPSILON. FROM ROW: Linda Dykes, secretary. 
Jeanna Barnard, vice-president; Rosaiin Viel.pre.vi- 
dent; Alicia Hilbish. Kathleen Huenefeld. BACK 
ROW: Gary Buchanan. Glynn Creamer, sponsor; 
Jose Grinage. Greg Garrett. Treasurer. 



Tutoring Services Advance Honorary Interest 



kappa Mu Ep?iloii. a iiiatli hoiiurar\ . hosted 8e\- 
eral services such as math tutoring sessions and a 
membership drive during the year. The math group 
also sponsored an aiuiual picnic and money-making 
projects to pros ide a scholarship tor an undergraduate 
math major. 



Sigma Delta Pi. an honoiar\ tor Spanish Students, 
promoted interest in the Spanisli Culture. .Among the 
society's activities were a drama presented to high 
school students and (he preparation of a Spanish 
meal. 



Honors/Honoranes 221 



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ATHLETICS 



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I')74 FOOTIJAI.l. SCOREBOARD 

Easti-ni Ojjponcnt 

17 Da\toii 23 

21 East Tennessee 20 

22 

21 

24 

24 

30 

29 

34 

21 



Austin Peay 9 

Middle Tennessee 17 

r T- Martin 9 

Western KentuelxN 34 

Murra\ 16 

Tennessee Teeh 14 

Ashland 23 

Morehead 14 

WON «. LOST 2 



Above: Dunrm the Wistcm aami'. tlic Topper quarterbark. Dinnis 
Tomi'k. i> IcM-lfd U) guard Slan Robrrts. Right: Stan Roberts awaits 
the ne\t pla> as lie kneels belori' the bail is snapped. 



224 Alhletics/FootbaU 






Colonels Take Title 
And Reap Recognition 

It was a banner-year for EKU Football and Coach 
Rov Kidd who was chosen by his fellow coaches as 
the mail who turned in the outstanding coaching job 
of the season and named him the 1974 Coach of the 
Year in the OVC and nationally in District Four. This 
was the third Ohio Valley Conference cham|)ionshi|) 
team at Eastern for (>oach Kidd, having won llie title 
in 1967 and 1968. Kidd has completed ele\en years 
as head coach here at Eastern and including this 
year's 8-2 mark has compiled a record of 71 wins, 36 
losses, and 4 ties. 



Top: Coach Roy Kidd plans game strategy with quarterback Jeff 
McCarthy. Lett: Split end Elmo Boyd battles to keep possession of a 

McCarthy pass. 



Athletics/Football 225 



Colonels Have 
Record Breaking Year 

The Colonels had an impressive array of players 
named to the OVC All-Conference team this year, 
indicative of the Colonel's outstanding year. 

Players named to the Ali-OVC team were Joim 
Revere, Robyn Hatley, Joe Alvino, Everett Talbert, 
and Earl Cody, all to the offensive team. The defen- 
seive team members were Junior Hardin and Stan 
Roberts. Talbert was also first-team Associated Press 
and Kodak All- America. 

Two team records were set. One of these was the 
most wins in one season (8). The other was the most 
yards mshed in one season, as the Colonels rushed 
2,391 yards which broke the all-time rushing record 
that was set back in 1954. 



Right: Quarterback Jeff McCarthy prepares for a handoff during tlie 
MSU game. Below: East Tennessee's quarterback is greeted by a host of 
Colonels as he tries to gain ya 





226 Athletics/Football 




Top: Fullbark Steve Streight sneaks around the pile-up and goes over 
tor the score. Left: Everett Talbert breaks away from East Tennessee 
defence for another of his famous gains. Above: Defensive end Bob 
Landis (86) dives in to help linebacker Damon Shelor (44) stop an East 
Tennessee gain. 



Athletics/Football 227 




Top OVC Scorers 
In Colonel Ranks 



This yt'ar's team abounded with talent. Two of 
these outstanding players also ranked as the top two 
scorers in the ON C, Talbert and Cod\. 

Talbert led the OVC scoring with a total of 66 
points, an a\erage of 6.6 points per game. He was also 
chosen as the OVC Offensive Player of the Year, after 
five weekly selections. Added to his high scoring 
average was an average 147.8 yards per game rushing, 
boosted by nine 100 yard plus games. Talbert topped 
the season by being named first-team Ail-American. 

Cody came in an impressive second in OVC scor- 
ing, all on kicking. He kicked a total of .52 points, a 
per game average of 5.8 points. Cody also tied three 
all-time schcjol records this season. They were the 
most points kicked in a season, the most field goals in 
one game (3) and the longest field goal (43 yards). 



Above: Eastern's All- American tailback "Poo-Lu" Talbert cheers his team 
on while resting after a gain. Right: Colonel Earl Cody prepares to kick 
one of his three tield goals of the afternoon, during the homecoming 
«in against Murray. 




228 Athletics/Football 




Above: Tight End Joe Driiiiuii catches the final touchdown pass 
of the homecoming game against Murray. Left: Flanker John 
Revere competes with Western's Virgil Livers for a McCarthy 
pass. 



Athletics/Football 229 




lASTliN KINTMtliy UHiyiiti 





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1971 KOOTHAl.L COLONELS. KKON'I' KOW: l!obb> llarvillc n.™.s- 
Uinl conch. Ueorsi' Walls. Allrcd Keller, Jim Nelson, Stove SlrpiRhL 
I'^iirl Cody, Sieve Merii, Steve Hess, Jim Cleveland maiiriger, Kveretl 
Talbcrt. terry Holjerls, Hon tlallelt, David Coins, James Shoccralt, 
I'oni Parks, nx,s.,v(,.M.Uon</i,JaeU Lson. SliCON'l) KOW: Koy K\'d<i head 
coach, lof Kmnumasxi.ilnnI coach, Scott MeCalliste'r, Tim kinduell, Joe 
Evans, John Kevere, 'llaivey' Jone.s, Mike Croiider, 'Larry Smith, John 
Garncll, Ken OBKeiH, Inman Sherman, Damon Slitlor, Anthony Mille'r, 
Ernie House, i'red >oung. Ail Wedsoe, Stall Roberts Stanley MftehelU 
Jim SiiUfison. Ken Murray, (miner. IlllUn li()\V:J.iirry Marinie, o.«.«i.s- 



(q;i/ cOac.h, l-mu) tsoyd, liuoay ,|ones, 'W^^^^^^'^'^ ^'*''"°!. .'. 
Habieh, ('.reB Kiracote, Greg GruenS^HpPBpU'ney,. Jeff Mc. 
•Carthy, Gre^; Kuhn, Hobby Pa.yjie, -Ed.ward".16hrtsoh-, Jerome Ke|ly, 
limies Scruggs, Ivory Covington, Hruec E|,etchcr, Kory Moon, Rjchard 
Smith, laniie IJeime, M CarnvaW graduate assistant, Mel Vbchassistanl 
c6acL BACK ROW: Ron -Campbell,- Robyn llatlcy, Roosevelt Kelly, 
llov^ard Miller, ■ Randy VIeaberlin, ,Vic Smith. Hal Emerson, John 
Rogers, Alvin Bureh, Monty Sanner, Jimivr- Hardin, Joe Drennen, Bob. 
Landis. Linrtr I^MMt, Randy Lcslic'Brian Hell, Steve .Kronjmcyer,. Karl 
Richardson. . ' . 




232 Athletics/Football 



Colonels Capture OVC Crown 



Eastern senior quarterback Jeff Me(^arthy certain- 
ly knew how to close out iiis collegiate career. 

The 6-5, 220-[ioun(l iiali\c of Cold S|)riniis sparked 
(wo fourth quarter louelulown drives as the EKU 
colonels overcame a 14-7 dcfi<it and went on to 
upend Morehead State Eagles. 21-14. 

Not only did the win tie a school record for the 
most victories in one season. Init llic Iriuniph. coni- 
hined with .Murra\ State's win over Western l\<'n- 
tuck^ . gave Eastern its first Ohio \ allcx (lonfcreiicc 
title since 1968. Eastern was 6-1 in tlie ONC. while 
Western and Murray State were 5-2. 

"WC set as our goals to win tlie conference eham[)i- 
onship aiul represent tlie uni\crsit\ in the \(;\\ 
Division 11 playoffs," said coach Roy kidd. "We, of 
course, realized one of those and were a little dis- 
appointed we couldn't attain hoth. However, il was a 
great year." 



Below: Tin- EKU taii.s arr juljilaril allir llici n-ali/i- llif> arc Number 
One in the OVC. Opposite Top: I'lic I '(71 ()\ (! champs have an after 
game celebration in tlie loc kcr room Opposite Bottom: The pregame 
festivities prepare the I'ans for the crucial OVt^ championship. 




Athletics/Football 233 




Home OVC Contest 
Give Fans Excitement 

A young relatively, inexperienced Eastern Ken- 
tucky L'niversity basketball team struggled the 
1974-75 season to a final 7- 1 B record and a 3-1 1 ()\C 
mark. Head coacli Bob Mulcahy experimented with 
several ditt'crcnt lineups during the season, before 
finally settling upon the starting five of two juniors: 
Carl Brown, who was leading scorer, and, top free 
throw shooter Jimmy Segar, and three freshmen: 
JNlike Oliver. Uarrvl Davis, and Bill Dwane. 

Despite a winless record on the road, the Colonels 
provided much excitement on their home court pull- 
ing from behind to beat Ohio Valley Conference 
rivals East Tennessee, Morehead, and Murray. 



ABOVE: 1975 BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Carl 
Brown, Darryl Young, Greg Shepman, Tyrone Jones, Craig Turner, 
David Routt, and Bob Mulcahy, coach. SECOND ROW: Bob Watkins, 
Mike Oyer, Tony Yonk, Mike Oliver, and Bill Eultz, assistant coach. 
BACK ROW: Larry Blackford. Mark Hudson, Darryl Davis. Howard 
Brown, Bill Dwane, Jimmy Segar, and Paul Andrews. Right: Tliree EKLI 
players are scrambling with Austin Peay players for a loose ball. 




234 Athletics/Basketball 




Individuals 
Highlight Team 

liulividual attuimnciit was a highlight of Eastern 
Kciituclvv lrii\('rsitv"s hasketball team. Junior for- 
ward. (Jarl Brown, voted to the AII-0\ C preseason 
team, iteeame only the eleventh plaver in EK.U bas- 
ketball history to score over 1,000 points in a career. 
Forward Jimmv Segar led EKU and finished the sea- 
son raiik(Ml in the top five in the conference free 
throw shooting percentages. Freshman Darryl Davis, 
playing aggressively, helped to spark the team. With 
these individuals united as a team the potential in 
coming years for an Ohio Valley Conference cham- 
pionship was demonstrated. 



Above: Fresliman Darryl Davis plants himself behind a Middle Tennes- 
see player as he draws a eharging foul. Left: Carl Brown, a junior from 
Qncinnati, Ohio thrust out his arms to let teammates know he is ready 
to receive the basketball. 




236 Athletics/Ba:iketball 





Above: Eastern players Carl Brown and BUI Dwaiie are both up in the 
air for the rebound during the Western game. Right: Howard Brown 
shows his talents in defensive playing as he stops his opponent from 
receiving the basketball. A ruptured disc shortened Brown's year. 



Athletics/BasketbaU 237 



Right: Colonel Darryl Davis goes up for two more points as Morehead 
players look on helplessly in the EKU 86-82 wn. Below: Closely 
guarded by a Morehead player. Jimmy Segar skillfully moves the 
basketball down the court. 







238 Athletics/Basketball 




1975 rJASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 



Eastern 
106 . . 

74 . . 
70 . . 



Oppoiu.-nt 

Ba]7tist College 82 

Louisiana Teth 70 

Indiana Slate 97 

77 Louisiana Tech 83 

85 M(jrris Harvey 80 

89 Marshall 102 

69 Ceorgetown University 79 

75 Florida Stale |07 

79 Marshall 78 

73 Austin Peay 85 

104 Murray State 95 

65 Dayton 73 

70 Middle Tennessee 91 

82 Western Kentucky 107 

91 East Tennessee 82 

71 Tennessee Tech 86 

86 Morehead State 82 

81 Virginia Tech 90 

69 Murray Slate 70 

74 Austin Peay 88 

75 Western Kentucky 84 

77 Middle Tennessee 83 

85 Tennessee Tech 90 

91 East Tennessee 97 

66 Morehead State 81 

Won 7, Lost 18 



Left: Concentrating deeply, forward Jimmy Segar attempts to complete 
a free throw. Below: Mike Oliver and Bill Dwane rush to assist their 
teammate Darryl Davis as he scrambles for the ball. 






Eastern Freshmen 
Show Future Promise 



Ivirh ill llu' lj;Lsk("lball season. Coatli l>ol) Mulcaliy 
had to turn to liis younger players. Tliree freshmen 
Mike Oliver, Darryl Davis, and Bill Dwane earned 
tlicir \\a\ onto the (Ailonel's starting team. 

\\\kr ()n\er a 6" 7" postman, finished seecjnd in 
the ()hio \ allev (lonferenee in reiiomuling with an 
average of 11.8 rei)oiinds a game. Tvrone Jones, 
anotiier freshman who saw much action this vcar. 
collected more liian 100 assists, an average of more 
than 4 per game. 



Right: CrntiT Bill f)uanc leaps high dvit the oulslretihi-d arms of a 
VUirras delVndcr as ht- scores a goal lor the Colonels. Below: T. \. 
cameramen iociis in on the action ot" the Eastern-Dayton game, provid- 
ing a close-up view tor home audiences. 





240 Athletics/Basketball 





Above: Darryl Young goes up for two points as a Middle Tennessee 
player desperately tries to block his shot. Left: Colonel Mike Oliver 
searches for a teammate as Middle Tennessee players move in to 
surround him. 



Athletics/Basketball 241 




Top: Jimmy Segar seeks a ehaiice to gain possession of a loose ball. 
Above: (iarl Brown loses his balance as he attempts to eapture the ball 
from an opposing player. Right: Howard Brown and Carl Brown grap- 
ple for eonlrol of the rebound during a home game. 



242 Athletics/liasketball 








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The Eastern Kentucky University junior varsity 
squad, under tlie direction of graduate assistant coach 
Paul Andrews, completed one of its most successful 
seasons in recent years, compiling a 9-5 record. After 
losing its season openers to Georgetown and Lindsey 
Wilson, the EKU JV team ran off five consecutive 
victories. Impressive wins for the Baby Colonels this 
past season were triumphs over Marshall, Transylvania 
and Lees Junior College. 

Glenn Puckett, a sophomore center, led five dou- 
ble figure scorers for Eastern with his 12.7 average. 
Other tmn digit scorers included sophomores Wayn(; 
Glenn (11.8), Don Morris (10.8), and Jeff Howard 
(10.7). Freshman Dan Pugh led the team in free 
throw percentage, while Mike lloleman was the top 
rebounder with a 7.5 average. Howard topped Eastern 
field goal shooters. 



1975 JUNIOR VARSITY IJASKETBALL 
SCOREBOARD 



Above: 1975 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL COLONELS. FRONT 
ROW: Jeff Howard, Kirk Born, Chuck Lewis, Dan Pugh, and Chuck 
Gutenson. BACK ROW: Danny Wright, Bill Harrod, Art Williams, 
Charles Banks, Glenn Puckett, Mike lloleman. Bill Birkinbine, Wayne 
Glenn, Don Morris, and Paul Andrews, coach. 



Eastern Opponent 

66 Georgetown 69 

94 Lindsey Wilson 100 

101 Morris Harvey 74 

75 Marshall 70 

86 Transylvania 79 

117 Middletown 64 

87 Lindsey Wilson 66 

78 Sullivan Business College 81 

88 Saint Catherine 66 

59 Transylvania 66 

104 Lees Junior College IQI 

99 Richmond Independent 77 

97 Richmond Independent 82 

73 Lees Junior College 80 

Won 9, Lost 5 



Athletics/Basketball 243 



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Are Strong Team Assets 

liiidcr llic coacliiiig of Duiuiltl Coml)S the Eastern 
Eels firiislied the season with a 6-4 record, a mark not 
representative of tlie team performance, and several 
individuals with outstanding seasons. 

Consistent performances were turned in this year 
hy seniors Tom Javins and Wally Esser. Juniors Tom 
Linneweher and Terry Stoddard proved to he team 
assets as they helped pull the t(;am past several oppo- 
nents. Randy Holihan contrihuted much to the team 
and gave much promise for the coming season. 

The 1974-7.'i team swam many of their meets 
under handicaps, iiieluding several memhers of the 
team who were injured throughout the season. 
Because of the injuries the Pk'ls were forced to swim 
most of the season with only 10 swimmers. 

The Eels record of consecutive Kentucky state 
championships was snapped at 1 2 hy an imjjroved 
University of Kentucky. EKIJ finished second. 



Top; Tom Kiiincwcbcr, a i^oiisislrnt perfornicr in the ImUcrl'l)' event, 
fini.'shes strong. Right: (^oach (^onil>s helps out with (he ineel activities 
by judging diving competition. 




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244 Athletics/Swimming 




Lett: Darla Orr, a freshman diver, shows her form as she completes a 
cut-away. Below: 1975 SWIMMING EELS. FRONT ROW: Jim Crop- 
ley, Bob Stalhut, Mike Uesalis. SECOND ROW: Nolen Lang, Debbie 
Battle. Darla Orr, Jim Sherwood. THIRD ROW: Doug Wedding, Tom 
Houchin, Garth Kuhnhein, Gary Tameris. FOURTH ROW: Joel Baer, 
Brent RutemiUer, Randy Holihan, Terry Stoddard. BACK ROW: Tom 
Linnewebcr, Wally Esser, Chris Smith, Bob Mueller. 




Athletics/Swimming 245 




Above: The swimmers are off the blocks as they 
begin the 500-yard-freestyle against the University 
of Cincinnati. Right: Jim Cropley swims the but- 
terfly leg of the individual medley, which requires 
skill in all four strokes: butterfly, backstroke, 
breaststroke, and freestyle. 




246 .'Athletics/Swimming 




1975 SWIMMING SCOREBOARD 

Eastern Opponent 

88 Morehead State University 25 

65 Berea College 35 

78 University of Louisville 34 

72 Marshall University 40 

64 Eastern Illinois University 49 

47 Illinois State University 66 

50 University of Georgia 61 

38 University of Cincinnati 72 

42 University of Kentucky 71 

66 Indiana State University 47 

Won 6, Lost 4 

Left: The gun sounds, and Tom Houchin responds with a quick start. 
Eielow: Long hours of hard daily practice arc necessary to compete 
successfully during the season as junior, Terry Stoddard shows here 
during one of the team's many practice sessions. 








Athletics/Swimming 247 




Gymnasts Complete 
Successful Year 



Under the direetioii of Coach Gerald Calkin, the 
Eastern Gymnasts completed another snccessfid vear. 
Despite the injurN of co-captain Bilh Sherrill the 
squad posted a winning season. 

The team opened its home season Fehruary 8 
boasting a 2-0 record, followed bv impressive wins 
over the University of Kentucky and the University 
of Teiniessee. 

The future of the team was brightened because of 
the performances of freshmen Pat Bowles and Brian 
Morrett, and sophomore Tony Webber. The highlight 
of the sea.son was when the team rolled to four 
victories on a road trip through North Carolina. 



Top: 1975 GYMNASTICS TEAM. FRONT ROW: Jimmv Sharp, Pat 
Bunles, Tony Weber. BACK ROW: John Cheatham, assistant coach, 
Jerry Duff, Bob Sander.'ion, Brian Morrett, Billy Sherrill, Gerald Calkin, 
coach. Right: Jerry Duff performs on the parallel bars. 



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248 .\thletics/Gymnastics 





Top Left: Tony Wibber practices 
his routine on the horse. Top: 
Bob Anderson chalks up for more 
grip. Left: The many aspects of 
gymnastics are iUustrated during 
an Eastern meet. 



Athletics/Gymnastics 249 




Right: Steve Howell is in control over his opponent 
during an EKL! wrestling match. Below: Steve Wallace, 
working his opponent, strives for a pin. 




250 .Athletics/Wrestling 





Grapplers Get Experience 
In Competition 



Experiencing a season of rebuilding, the EKl' grap- 
plers posted a 5-10 record. With Freshmen composing 
fifty percent of the starting team, the season proved 
to be valuable through the experience gained in com- 
petition. The improvement of the team was led by 
the individual improvement of John O'Nan. Jeff Sole, 
Steve Howell and (icnc Smith. 

In Kentuck) Intercollegiate Tournament competi- 
tion, the Grapplers finished second, losing only to 
Morehead. With tlie return of this year's team and 
continued improvement, next year should provide a 
winnintr season. 



Top: 1975 WRESTLING COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Jack Stewart, 
,Jerr\ Branham, coach; Paul Undprdonk, Dave Perkins, Jeff Sole, Pat 
McGrath, manager; Tim England. SECOND ROW: Mike Mussman, 
Kenny Bo.stelman, Stan Whitlesey, Steve Wallace, Dennis Perkins. 
THIRD ROW: Ted Weingartner, Mike Croudep, Joe Hagel, Dave Boren. 
BACK ROW: Steve Ilowcl, Chris Lilly, Bruce Beard, Bill Ware, Rex 
Kirkpatric. Right: Pat McGrath tries a reverse on his opponent. 



Athletics/Wrestling 251 




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Powerful Batting Aids 
Colonels In Even Year 



Coacli Jack Hisson's baseball Colonels finished the 
season with a 11-11 won-lost record. This year's EKU 
Colonels completed ON C phiN witii an cM'n record of 
6 wins and 6 losses. 

Eastern was led in hatting hv jnnior third l)aseinan 
Jav Baffin with a .371 average and sophomore John 
Revere uitli a .373. Gordv Fisher, Rav Spenilla, and 
Dennis Brant added strength to the lineup bv obtain- 
ing batting averages of o\er .300. The team o\erall 
average was higher than thai (if tile prc\ ions v ear. due 
maiidv to the pou<rful hatting a\eragcs of these EKL 
( '.oliincL<. 

EasternV pitching staff also added greatly to the 
overall strength of tliis scar's team. Two seniors. 
Howie Rcjcseh and Ernie Feiuiington. led the s(|iiad. 



Top: 1974 B.ASEBALL COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Dennis Barbour, 
Mike Gentry, David Ball. Donnie Williams. Steve Bas.s. John Thomas. 
Barry Mauntel. SECOND ROW: John Lisle, Terry Wagner. John Revere, 
Peter Dimas, Tim William.s Dennis BranU Jay Buffin. Larry Myford' 
Joe Abney. THIRD KOW: Jack Hissom. coaih. Tom Creola. graduate 
assistant. Ray Spenilla, Larry Roesch. Gary Strowig, Dave Theiler, 
Steve Zurkuhem. Howie Roesch. Gary Williams, Art Sciubba. manager. 
Right: Postioning him.self to catch a most decisive out. Tim Williams 
concentrates on a high fly ball 
252 Athletics/Baseball 





1974 BASEBAI.I, SCOREBOARD 



Opponent 

. Kentucky State 3-4 

. (^uinlierlantl College 7 

. Western Kentucky 8-1 

. Kentucky State !! 

. North Kentucky State U-5 

. Marsliall University 4-4 

. llniversity of Dayton 4-12 

. Western Kentucky H-t 

■ Berea (College 1-1 

■ Tennessee Tech 2-4 

• -Marshall L'niversity 4-3 

• East Tennessee 2-8 

■ Morehead State 8-1 

Won 11, Lost 11. Tied 2 



Left: As the ball leaves the hands of EKU pitclur juhii Lisle, the 
umpire follows its pathway lo make his official decision. Below: Close- 
ness causes the excitement in ba.seball, as Ray Spenilla anticipates the 
arrival of Ihe ball and an opposing player. 





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7- 8 
2- 6 


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Athletics/Baseball 253 




Two Baseball Colonels 
Nominated All-Americans 



Two Easlt'rii Coloiifls. Howie Roesch and Da\id 
Theiler. were nominated for AU-American Honors. 
Roesch. a .-enior pitcher, was holder of an 18-13 
career recoril at Eastern. Seven of these wins were 
against Ohio \ ;dlev (Jonfereiuc teams. He also had 
four shut outs and several low-run games to his credit. 

Centerfielder Dave Theiler set EKU records in four 
categories: home runs (22). runs batted in (76), hits 
(132). and runs scored (95). Team captain and a four 
year starter. Theiler was a 1973 0\C centerfielder 
finishing last season with a .344 batting average. 

Se\eral season retords were set by other members 
of the team. Record holders include Larry Myford. 
who is tied with Ray Spenilla with four triples, 
.^penilla topped the club in at bats (149). hits (48), 
liome runs (5), and runs batted in (34). His RBI total 
sets a new school record. 



Above: Caught in a rundown between third and home. John Revere 
heads toward the plate attempting to score the winning run. Right: 
John Revere keeps close watch on an inside ball. 



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Lett: Senior Dave Theiler prepares to bunt as the piteli is made. 
Bottom: Pileher Howie Roesch catches the throw from Donnie Wil- 
hams for a quick out. Below: Thworting a steal attempt, Donnie 
WilUams appUe.s a sweeping tag for the innings third out. 




Athetics/Baseball 255 



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1-7 

10 . 

H-A 

8 

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1974 TENNIS SCOREBOARD 



0|)|)i)iicnt 
2-9 



Morchcad 

Cctilrc 1 

Marshall ()- j 

Toledo 1 

Bowling (irciii 5 

Uiiiversitx of Nortli (Carolina 9 

Presbyterian 6 

Forrsl Meadows 7 

Mereer 

.Xortiiern Kentuek\ 

Morris Har\(\ 

Purdue :5 

Tetuiessee Teeli 5 

East Tennessee 4 

Linivt>rsit\ of Kentu( k.\ 5-8-8 

Western 8 

Murray 7 

lienr\ Ford | 

Midille Tennessee 8 

Austin Pea\ 9 

Onndierland 1 

OineiiHiati 8 

Won 13, Lost 12 



Right: Joe Shahecn breaks his opponents serve with a backhand return. 
Below: Junior (hientrr Bergmann shows the concentration required lor 
a powerful return lolley. 





256 Athletics/Tennis 





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Top: 1974 TENNIS COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Hinry Shores, Scott 
Barr, Joe Shaheen, and Rick Cox. Back Row: Guentcr Bergman. Rick 
Meichenn, Randy Newton, and Norm Pearson, manager. Above: New 
indoor surface provides a perfect place to practice when the weather is 
bad. 



Tennis Colonels Obtain 
Portable Indoor Surface 



The newest addition to the EKl Tennis seene was 
the instaUmetil of sportt'aee portable, roll-down car- 
pet tennis surface. The portable sitrface was used in 
the basketball arena of Alumni Coliseum for practices 
and matches. The overall tennis program greatly im- 
proved with tlie installment of this carpet. More year- 
round practice aided the Colonels to obtain a 13-12 
season record. 

The tennis colonels were paced by the efforts of 
veterans Gtienter Bergniann, Scott Barr, and Joe 
Shaheen. Barr defeated tlie University of Kentucky's 
Scott Smith; who was ranked thirteenth in the nation 
in the 18 and under division of the USLTA. This 
year's squad finished OVC competition in a si.xth place 
tie with East Tennessee. 



Athletics/Tennis 257 




Harriers End 1974 
With Winning Season 

lliij,hli^litii\;^ tlir l')74 Eastern Ooss-(]ountr\ sea- 
son were tun dual nucl \irt(irics omt Morrhcad Slate 
I ni\<TsitN and the I ni\cisit\ ol (^inrinnati. 'Hie 
squad was leil to a wiiuiini: season this \ ear h\ Harri- 
ers Hill Sampson. Dan Malouseh. Boh Mol'lell. John 
Moniini. Toninn Smith. Nhirk Vellin. and Deimer 
Howell. 

The Eastern Harriers did an outstancUnji jid) at tiie 
Oliio \ allex (i()nh'renee meet, whieli was held in 
No\emi)er. Tiie team plaeed a strong t'ourtii out of 
the field of OXCsehools. 







Above: An F^aslcrn harrier leads the pack in the Moreheati Stale meet. 
Right: This Eastern Kunner is trying; to surge ahead in this uphill run in 
Ihc meet \\itti Morehead. 



258 Athletics/Cross (lountry 



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Eastern Opponent 

27 -Moreliead State M) 

16 University of ( jneinnati 47 

WON 2, LOST 

OVC -Meet, Top tour teams 

\\estern Kentueky 22 

East Tenn(>ssee 60 

Murray 65 

Eastern 125 



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Left: (■(ilonci Sain Pigg removes a rock from his shoe between races. 
Below: l'»71 CKOSS-COUNTRY COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Dan 
Maloncy, toniiny Evans, Tony Rowe. Don Dunlap, Sam Pigg. Mike 
Doni.si, Delmar Howell, Bill Whaley, Tommy Smith, Kevin Whitman. 
BACK ROW: Art Harvey, coach, Kelly Slanfield, assistant coach, Ted 
Dageford, Chuck Colchour, Dan Matousch, Joe Boyle, Bob Moft'ett, 
Mark Yellin, Bill Sampson, Bill Weis, Lee Gordon, John Mornini, Jeff 
Sheets. 




Eastei 

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1974 TRACK SCOREBOARD 



Opponent 

Ball State 66 

Cincinnati 46 

Butler 25 

Middle Tennessee 76 

East Tennessee 47 

Kentucky State 39 

Cumberland 13 

University of Wisconsin 104 

Western 88 

Won 5. Lost 4 



Right: Dan Matousch clears the hurdles wilh skill and grace. Below: 
1974 TRACK COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Jackie Bowles, spikette. and 
Judy Barnes, spiketle. Bob Moffett Wayne Kirby. Tom Findley. Beth 
Jurek, spikette. Cathy Co.x, spikette. Kim Barth. spikette. SECOND 
ROW: Chuck Copp. Phyllis Newcombe. spikette. Delmar Howell. Ron 
Catlett, Dan Watson. Tyrone Harbut Tommy Smith. Kevin Campbell, 
Karen HilL spikette. and Mike Ross, assistant coach. THIRD ROW: 
Elmo Bovd. Frank Powers. Mark Yellin. Dan Maloney. Jerry House. Jay 
Graham, and Art Harvey, coach. FOURTH ROW: Frank Broadus. 
Greg Kiracofe. Junior Hardin. Dennis Donahue. Jerry Kirk. Joe Dren- 
nen. Mike Schenkenfelder. Lee Gordon. Steve Hurley, and Terry Linne- 
man. FIFTH ROW: Chuck Colehour. manager. Todd Taylor. Tommy 
Kerns. Bryan Robinson. Joe Wiggins, Bill Stubblet'ield, Greg Roberts. 
Jeff Sheets, Steve Flint, Randy Jungkurth. and Ted Dageford. manager. 
BACK ROW: Ron Seiter. student assistant. Gerry Hamilton. Steve 
Sickle. Steve Seis.s, Stan Mock. Dennis Valentini. Tom Mangus. BiJl 
Sampson, Jerry Young, Bill Weiss, and Jeff Daniels, trainer. 





260 Athletics/Track 




Left; DfliTTiiination shows in the laci's of Eastern 
runners jerry Young and Bob Moffett as they near the 
finish line. Bottom: Polevaiilter Dan Watson is up, and 
hopefully over, as he attempts to clear the bar. 




Eastern Thinclads Win 
First Home Invitational 



(Juach .Art HaiNcy's track team made a swi-cp of its 
first invitational iticct. Eastern was victoriotis in 12 of 
17 events, includiiiu; a double victory by jtmior Ty- 
rone Harbut in tlie 100 yard- and the 220-yard- 
dashes. Sophoinore Steve Flint set a new school rec- 
ord ill ihe high iiini|i uitii a jump of six-feet and 
eight-and-one-foiirlh iiulies. Frank Powers posted a 
new school recoril of 222.2 feet in javelin competi- 
tion. 

Oiitstaniiing performances were given this year by 
senior Jerry Young wlieii he placed first in the 
Alumni Mile, and Pat Mitchell who tied the indoor 
pole vault record of 15 feet at tlie Mason-Dixon 
games in Louis\ille. ,|err\ \ ouiig. along with Tommy 
Smith. Bill Sampson, and Hoij Moffett set a new 
four-mile relay record at Dogwootl. Thev posted a 
timeof 17:00.'5. 

Despite fierce competition, EkU finished a strong 
fourtli in the OVC this year with 59'/2 points. Jeff 
Howard with a 6'5" high jump. Tommy Smith in the 
880 yard-run, and Tony DeCandia in the shot put 
placed well in the OVC championship meet. 



Athletics/Track 261 




Presnell Leaves EKU "^ -f-it 
After Eighteen Years 



Fiiii^hinu; the 1974 season with a 7-2 dual iiuH't 
woti-lost r('<(ir(l Eastern's golf team began the 1975 
season under a new head eoach. Jim Suttle from 
Dekall). Illinois. Suttie rcjilaicd (ilenn Presnell, who 
was (J\ ('. (^oaeh of the \ ear. In eighteen )('ars as golf 
coach at Eastern. Presnell compiled an impressi\e 
170-77-H reiord. 

\ i<tor\ in the third annual Ekl ln\italional and a 
third place finish in the 13-team field of the Tennes- 
see Tech Invitational highlighted the season. 

Eastern Golfers Roc lve\ and Dan Bogdaii (piali- 
fieil for the prestigious National Amateur Golf Tourn- 
ament uhich was held in Paramus. New Jersey. 



Top: 1974 (;01,F COLONELS. Glen Presnell. roach. Dan Bogdan. 
Uavid Ryan. Bob Holloway, James Byington, Roc Irey, and Dan Nico- 
le I. Right: Falling short of the green in two shots. Chuck Irons chips 
unto the green to save par. 



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Opponent 


370-383 . . 


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. . . 4-1-405 


375 


. . . Marshall 


373 


375 


. . . \ irgiiiia 'IVcli 


380 


375 


. . . Ashland CoU.'w . . . 


■190 




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10-8 


15 


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6 


9 


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Won 7, Lost 2 



Left: Freshman Tom Ticrney takes some practice swings on the driving 
range at EKU's Arhngton Golf Course. Below: In deep contemplation, 
Dan Nicolet plots a path for his 12 foot birdie putt. 




Alhletics/Golf 263 




Rifle Team Places 
Third In Conference 



The Eastern rifle team plaeed third in the eonter- 
ence this season and finished with a 6-4 overall rec- 
ord. The ROTC team returned home from the Ten- 
nessee Teeh Golden Eagle Invitational with a first 
place tropin and the team also captured the first 
place position in the Kentucky Rifle League for the 
second conseeuti\e year. 

New team and indisidual school records were two 
of the highhghts of the season. Sophomore ke\in 
Mitchell hroke the school's high score record with a 
286 at the \\ alsh Invitational Tournament. The new 
team high of 4.502 was estabhshed this season at the 
U.K. Invitational by a varsity team of Kevin Mitchell. 
Tom Boggs. Uavid Skaggs. and Eric Cherryholmes. 

Top: 1975 RIFLE TEAM. Kevin Mitchell. George Guyrik. Leory 
Smith. Scott Cherryholmes. Jenny Neat. Eric Cherryholmes, Tom 
Boggs. Mary Ellen Neat. Gregory Schmidt. Sergeant Billy Biggs. Right: 
Kevin Mitchell demonstrates efficiency in handling as he adjusts the 
stock on his rifle. 



26-1 .Athletics/Rifle Team 





Top: Women are involved in rifle team competition as Jenny Neat reloads her rifle for her next round of shots. Above: 
SFC Biggs reviews the shooting score from Scott Cherryholme's most recent target practice session. 



Athletics/Rifle Team 265 




Top: lilt* wonit-n s volle-vball tfaiii is 
jiibilani alliT a win o\er a timgli toiinia. 
rneiil opponent. Right: Teammates aivait 
their ehallengers" reactions after Joyce 
Uettors powerful return. 



266 .Athletics/Women's Volleyball 




Volleyball Team 
Captures Regional Title 



A 30-1 I woii-loss record was acliicNcd hy the East- 
ern Wotiieirs \ ollevliall team uiul<'r roacli jeri Pol- 
vino. Alter a disappointing second place in tlic K\\ IC 
State 'roiirnainent. a unified and spirit(>d Eastern 
team rallied to a first place in tlie AlAW Region II 
Championships. This was their second regional title in 
three years. Eastern's record qualified them for parti- 
cipation in the AIAW National Championships for a 
third year. 



Left: Coach |eri Polvino applaudes tier victorious team. Below: 1974 
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL. FRONT ROW: Margie Heise, and Joyce 
Detter. SE(X)M) ROW: Jeanie Magnuson, Cathy Brumbaugh, and Con- 
nie Lrlagc. THIKD ROW': Lynne Morris, Cathy Coin, Carol Berberich, 
Linda Nelsoji. FOURTH ROW': Velma Lehman, Kristie McKnight, 
Melody Middleton, Sharon Brown, Bernie Kok, Marcia Meuller. BACK 
ROW: Jeri Polvino, coach, Mary Farrand O'Nan, Jody Lambert, and 
Ruth Frilts. 




Athletics/Women's Volleyball 267 




Right: Senior Sharon Coppock pulls down a rebound as she 
struggles with the other team members. Above: Senior Brenda 
Ross tics up a Morehead State player dunng a very critiea! game. 




268 ,\thletics/Women's Basketball 





Eastern Women End 
With Winning Season 

Tlie Eastern women ended their baskelhall season 
with an impressive reeord of ten wins and otdy three 
losses, and were undefeated in Kentucky Competi- 
tion. Tills year's team boasted the fact of being the 
defending kW IC Tournament Champions. 

The womens basketball team had a lot to look 
forward to in the future because thev were a very 
young team. This year the team lost oidy two seniors, 
Brenda Ross and Sharon Coppock. 



Top: 1975 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. FRONT ROW: Linda Nelson, 
Marcia Mueller, Scarlet Lake, aiid Brenda Ross. SECOND ROW: Lou 
George. Toni Hill. Debbie (^ondreva, Velma Lehmann, and Barb Kibler. 
B.ACK ROW: Terri McGuire. Linda Ruf. Sharon Coppoik, Bernie Kok, 
Mary Ann Kasslemann, Terri Hall, coach. Left: Sharon Coppock fights 
her opponent for a rebound. 



Athletics/Womens Basketball 269 




Top: Harbara Kiblrr battlfs with a I lUvrrMly of Uaylon opponrnt for 
possession of the hockey ball. Above: Left fullbark Barbara Kibler 
driving toward the goal. Right: Senior (iinna tiohmann shows her talent 
against the Lniversity of Dayton. 



270 .Athletics/Women's Field Hockey 




Team Finishes 

With Impressive Record 

EK.U women's t'ielii lioikey team had an impres- 
si\t' over-all season's record of 10 wins and onlv 1 
loss. In regular season play they were undet'eahnl. 
Their \i(tories were o\er such opponents as Hanover 
(]olleo;c, Indiana University, llniversity of Louisville, 
liniversity of Kentuiky, and the University of Cinein- 
nati. 

The Eastern wonieti's only loss came in the latter 
part of the season, in the State Tournament, to the 
Liniversity of kentuek). The\ plaeed a strong seeond 
in the tourney. Three Eastern plavers were named to 
the All-State Team. 



Lett: Maneuvering past her opponents. Lou George, charges for the 
goal. Below: 1974 WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY TE.4M FRONT ROW: 
Patty Lisehora, Barbara Lisehora, Shirley Wintjen, Mary Ellen Fish, 
Susaii McCaslajid, Nancy Sierra, Jane Hoppough. BACK ROW: Dr. 
Peggy Staiialand, coach, Teresa McGuire, Barbara Kibler, Robbin Mur- 
ray, Kathy Willis. Ginna Gohmann, Linda Ruf, Barbara Bowman, Lou 
George, Katliy Reese, Aniie Swaim. 




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Netter's Second 
In State Tourney 

1'h(' 1974 woineiTs tennis leani tennis schedule 
was an impressive one featnring eonipelition with 
sueli schools as Indiana University, Vanderbilt, Uni- 
versity of Kentucky. ;uid Marshall University. The 
women closed out their season with a 4-4-1 record, 
and followed up with a s<'cond jijace liuish in the 
KWIC .State Tennis Championship. 

Susie Boone, playing the nuinher I pt)sition, and 
Leigh Graves, playing number 6. made it to the state 
I'inals in single action. In doubles play, all three teams 
were finalists: Boone-Eieher. number I: llundlcv- 
Jones, number 2; and Levroiuie-Watson. mindicr '.i. 
The team was coached by Ur. Martha Mullins, assisted 
b> Louise Long. 



Top: 1974 WOMEN'.S TENNIS TEAM. Lynne Leveromip, Benita Wat- 
son, Vicki Jones, Leigh Graves, Katliy Eirher, Susie Boone, Joni 
Adams, Mary Sullivan, and Nancy Hundley. Left: Senior Katliy Eiilier 
displays winning form as she initiates a backeourt smash. 




272 .Athleties/Womens Tennis 




Left: Senior Susie Boone is in deep concentration, as she delivers a 
forehand from the backhne. Bottom: Vickie Jones stretches to set up a 
foreliand return. 



Athletics/Women's Tennis 273 




Top: Taryn Wells practices to improve her form. Above: Sherry Robert- 
son presents her floor exercise routine in competition. Right: Sherry 
Robert.son shows winning form on the balance beam. 



27 -t Athletics/Women (iymnastics 




Young Team Hosts 
All State Competition 



The EKU women gymnasts started the \ear with a 
very inexperieneetl and vonno; team. Tlnre \\ir<' sex en 
freshmen memliers wlio wcjrked to de\cl()|) >k\\\ in 
teeluiiciues. This helped to mature the )oung sqnad. 
On the team were- three all-around gymnasts, eom- 
peting in the heam, floor, and vault events. The\ were 
Tarvn WcUs, SherrN Robertson, and Margaret Bauseh. 
The\ faeed some fierce competition this year doing 
well with an o\<Tall winning record. The team <()m- 
peted with such schools as Indiana InixcrsitN and 
Ohio State. In earl> spring. Eastern's women g\ ni- 
nasts hosted state competition at W'ea\er Gymnasium. 



Left; Patty Barber is as.'iisted in floor exercise practices before tlic 
competition begins. Bottom: 1975 WOMENS GYMNASTICS TEAM. 
FRONT ROW: Sue Mollenkopf, Carol Fuller, Taryn Wells. BACK 
ROW: Sherry Robertson, Margaret Bauscli, Hatty Barber. 




Athletics/Women Gymnastics 275 




Intramurals Stronger 
With Tough Competition 

Intramural action started off strong this year with 
61 teams entering the flag football tompetition. Un- 
der the direction of Wayne Jennings and John Folcn 
the intramural action this year proved to be very 
fulfilling for the participants and exciting for the 
fans. 

Flag football competition was very fierce this year. 
Following league and playoff action the following 
three teams emerged as Division Champions. In the 
campus championship, Phi Delta Theta defeated 
Todd Truckers. In the championship game, UHFH 
defeated Phi Delta Theta, 15-13. 

Pillow fighting was on the agenda again this year. 
It was an exciting match as Kenneth Wartschlager 
successfully defended his championship. 



Right: Dons Warfield of "CSBB" prepares to spike the ball as teammate 
Bernlce Burton looks on. Top: Jerry House, of Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
shows his skill as he performs the high jump during intramural track 
competition. 




276 Athlcllcs/lntramurals 




Athletics/Intramurals 277 



Left: 111 intramural attidii pla\i-rs tn-qui-iitly Ho al- 
most anytliiiij.' for pos.Mssioii of the ball. Below: The 
quarti-rback for Hot and Nasty prepares to hurdle the 
bail downfield to one of her teammates. 




278 .Athletics/Intramurals 











Top Left: Sopliomore Patti Lise- 
hora practices her judo technique 
by throwing classmate Andy Gall. 
Top: A UHFH defensive end pulls 
the flag from a Lex-Tran ball car- 
rier. Left: A Beta Theta Pi half- 
back dives for the soccer ball dur- 
ing intramural competition. 



Athletics/Intramurals 279 




Fierce Competition 
Marked I M Action 



111 intramural track tliis year the "Crawling Crit- 
ters" took the top honors in the independent divi- 
sion, while Pi kappa Alpha won fraternitv and Mat- 
to\ ilall captured the housing division. 

Tail Kappa Ep,silon fraternity earned the first 
place campus trophy as well as their divisional cham- 
pionship in volleyhaU. UHFH finished behind the 
TKE's as campus runners-up and Independent Divi- 
sion champs. Tenth Wave took the housing honors. 

Juhe Ogisi, of OkN^i , won top campus titles in 
two sports, tennis singles and table tennis doubles 
along with Don Tjandra. Wayne Crabtree and Tom 
Hochvvalt, of Pi Kappa Alpha, finished .second. 



Top: Di'terminatiori iiridcr the boards, is an important factor in intra- 
mural action, as well as in varsity basketball. Right: Under heavy 
defensive pressure an IM player goes high for a layup. 





280 Athletics/Intramurals 





Top Left: These Tenth Wave 
Team members arc determined to 
regain possession of a lost basket- 
ball. Top Right: [atkie Kidd 
launehes the ball in hopes that it 
will mean two points for her 
team. Left: Tension mounts dur- 
ing soccer competitions as this 
player attempts to score a goal. 



Athletics/Intramurals 281 



Intramural Champions 



FLAG FOOTBALL 

Independent: 
UHFH 

Fraternity: 

Phi Delta Theta 

Housing: 

Todd Truckers 

TENNIS SINGLES 

Independent: 
OKNY 

Jitbe Ogisi 

Fraternity: 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Randy Newton 

Housing: 
Tenth Wave 

John Carrington 

TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES 

Independent: 
OKNY 
Jube Ogisi 
Dan Tjandra 

Fraternity: 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Wayne Crabtree 
Tom Hockwalet 
Housing: 

Todd Truckers 
Greg Lamping 
Rick Gronbarg 

CO ED RACQUETBALL 

Vicki Stambaugh 
Guenter Bergman 

RACQUETBALL SINGLES 

Housing: 
Tenth Wave 
Jeff Davis 

Independent: 

Guenter Bergman 

Fraternity 
Thcta Chi 
Steve Raabe 






282 Athletics/Intramurals 



Intramural Champions 




VOLLEYBALL 

Fraternity: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Independent: 
UHFH 

Housing: 
Tenth Wave 

PILLOW FIGHT 

Kennetli Wartslager 

HANDBALL DOUBLES 

Independent: 
UHFH 

Sam White 
Jim Moreland 

TRACK 

Independent: 

Cravvhng Critters 

Fraternity: 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Housing: 
Mattox Hall 

TUG-O-WAR 

Independent: 
UHFH 

Fraternity: 
Sigma Nu 

Housing: 
Tenth Wave 

SWIMMING 

Independent: 
OKNY 

Fraternity: 

Plii Delta Theta 

Housing: 
G.D.I. 



Athletics/lntramiirals 283 



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EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 




ORGANIZATIONS 



CENTURY II 




Association Representation System Revised 



III ail altniipt to better represent the sliulent 
bod\ , the Student Assoeiation adopted a iiev\ elec- 
tion polie\ \vhercb\ students of each separate college 
elected a proportionate nuiiiber oi representati\es to 
present the views ol their respeetive colleges. This 
method ot filling the fift\ -fixe senate s<'ats replaced 
the wide-open general election s\ stem ol the past. 
Beginning work in early October, senators acted upon 
both academic and soeial issues eonfronting the 
campus community. Eastern's off-campus housing 
policy was revieweii. 

Two issues of the year included tlu' associations 
inquest into alleged student publicalion censorship 
and the senateV proposal ol a -tudeiil appreciation 
day for the uni\ersit\ president. 



\lso. on the year's agenda, a proposal was made 
for the hiring of an Eastern attorney to represent 
students in court. A student government pamphlet 
was created to better inform students of the school's 
representative system. Services such as a student book 
exchange, a ride scr\ice, and a community pajicr 
recyclinji center were oro;anizcd. 



SH LlLM ASSOCIATION, hKOM ROW: Karen Line, no- president. 
Muliai-I Green, Tom ScTiullz. Brenda Harmon, Robyn Gat'orfli, Uiana 
Zurface, Anita Tyson, Michelle Wade. Randy Sander.-i, Lynn Maley. 
Gary Gray, president. SECOND ROW : Peter Kirchner. Diana Taylor. 
Betsy Jones. Mary Carr, Marilyn Ross, Paul Yerian. Bernard Obryan, 
parlmmentanan. THIRD ROW: Gavie Mason, David Combs, James 
Murphy, Caria Vaughn, Billie Howard, Patricia Ober. FOURTH ROW : 
Jerry Frew, Gary Griffith, Dave Wheeler. Maggie Gnswold. Sherrv 
.Steele, Carolyn Suit. Jack Daniels. BACK ROW: Allen McDavitt. 
Nhehael Duggins. James Cameron, Paul Collins, Tim Rhodus, .Mark 
Jorgensen. 




286 Organizations/Student .Association 




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Left: President Gary Gray listens intently to a proposal brought to the 
floor. Below: STUDENT CABINET. FRONT ROW: Karen Lane, Gary 
Gray, Susan Cooper. SECOND ROW: Jerry Frew, Dave Combs. Paul 
Collins, Jim Murphy, Roger Burke. 




Organizations/Student .Association 287 





Top: Chief Justice J. C. Bowling tabulates the secret ballots as the 
student court waits iinpalientiv for a case verdict. Above: STUDENT 
COURT. FRONT ROW; Jana Hoover, Patty Leake, Linda Cooper, 
Karen Zaiden, Sue Mar.shail. SECOND ROW: Steve Pence, Dan Shot- 
well, J. C. Bowling, Chief Justice: W Stodghill, Marvin Swann. 



288 Organizations/Student Association 



Left: Alttmptiiig to gain tlie floor, Paul Yehaii. pre- 
pares his rebuttal for the proposal. Below; A Student 
Association sub-committee rehashes last week's tabled 
motion. 




Organizations/Student Association 289 



Wesley Team Tours 
Neighboring Area 

Organized tor the purpose of maintaining a 
Metliodist ministry to the campus connnunitv. the 
Wesley Foundation provided students and faculty 
with a well-balanced program. Weekly events, such as 
the Wednesday night worship hour and Sunday morn- 
ing's dialogue session combined with special activities 
to allow members to make new acquaintances. 

Members worked at the Telford (Community Cen- 
ter and with GROWTH, a conununit\ tutoring pro- 
gram, to aide the area's residents. The Deputation 
team, a group of twenty students whose goal was to 
relate the ministry of the Wesley Foundation, visited 
over thirty churches in several distant towns. 



Below: \\£Sl.t'> F01N[)AT1UN. FRONT ROW; Tom Findiey. 
Melody Palm. Janet Woodcock. Nancy .Anderson. Carolyn Eads. Susan 
Trails. Eileen Fisher. Mary Glenn. Deborah Huffman. SECOND ROW : 
jeannine Mott, Joelyn Medeiros. Ben Fish. James Barlow, vice presi 
dcnl: Judy Bal.ser. historian: Sandra Brown, Ralph McCracken III. 
Karen Burns. Uavid G. Johnson, president: \'ickie S. Snork. secretary: 
Clifford T- Clark, Wanda Kupel, Carol Bunch. Libby Shilton. Gene 
Sewell. BACk ROW: Terry Stratton. Cherie Riddle. Ed Strickland. 
Mary McComb. Roger Strunk. John Chidester. Richard P. Price, Rich- 
ard .M. Ott. John T. Rittenour Jr.. Judith Crigger. Judy Adams. Bonnie 
Cleasby. Right: In the tranquility of the silent locker room. Rev. Gene 
Strani;e leads pre-ganie prayer. 





290 Organizations/FelloMships 




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Top: BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. FRONT ROW: Susan Webb, Tina 
Slusher, Jeanne LeCompte, Jill Steger. Karen Kelly, Sbirly Cobb. 
Kathy Hamilton, Jean Davis, Alicia Simpson. Pam Keeling. Janet Rey- 
nolds. SECOND ROW: Douglas Sjolander. campus minister; Terri Mar- 
tni, Debbie Terrell. Teri Greene. Theda Grazeani. Carolyn Alit'f. Linda 
Hammons, Vicky Stamm, Marcia Runke, Angie Smith, Martha Maggard, 
Ginger Slusher, Sherry McCalley. THIRD ROW: Ida Slusher. Robert 
McKenney, Reggie Hickman, Danita Maynard, Marsha Mann, Sheri 
Reed, Geri Godby, Ed Dunstall, Danny Lane, Teri Bayes, Teresa Par- 
rett. Sherry Bilson, Beverly Parking, Teresa Ratliff, Brenda Baker. 
BACK ROW; Dan Hamilton, Tim Slusher, Jerry Black, Paula Craig, Jim 
Smith, president: David Beck, John Cowan, Jim Cowan, Robin Young, 
Martha Woodrum, Sandra Samuels, Lugine Puckett, Debbie Slusher. 
Carolyn Finch. Above: Preparing to perform at churches throughout 
the state, Dennis Sills and Bob Richter rehearse for the BSU Musical. 
"Share". 



Baptist Youth Teams 
Lead Weekend Revivals 



I hr I5;i[}ti,<( .Sttideiit liiioii .sponsored Eastern stu- 
dents as siHiiiiu'r missionaries tliroiigliont the world 
while also providing voiith teams tor weekend revivals 
in local churches. The choir traveled throughout the 
state presenting their religious musical "Share" at 
many churches. This musical stressed the importance 
oi understanding and living a Christian lile. 

Open to anyone wishing to share in lellowship. the 
Baptist Student Linion offered students an opportuni- 
ty to heconie iinolved. Regular singing programs, 
Bible study and worship groups, and intramural com- 
petition, were just a few of the activities open to 
students. I'riday night coffeehouses were very infor- 
mative activities and provided fellowship for all. 
Members invited other university Baptist Student 
Unions to perform special musical programs in Rich- 
mond. Other members presented slide programs on 
their summer missionarv work in .such places as 
Alaska and Trinadad. 



Organizations/Fellowships 291 




Women's Interdorm 
Sponsors Fifties Dance 

The WomeiiV Interdoniiity Board, composed of 
elected rep^escIltati\e^ and liou^c council presidents 
from eavh domitory. pro\ided a medium of self gov- 
ernment for women dormitor\ residents. Among 
their improvements of dormitory living was their iii- 
\ohement in having open house for women's halls 
during the vear. These open houses occured on week- 
ends witli the men's halls ha\ing open house on the 
alternating weekends. 

The goal for the year was to sponsor a campus 
wide acti\ity every month. In conjunction witli the 
Men's Interdorm, they sponsored aich campus wide 
events as the Halloween Party, Cluistmas Social and 
Card Party. The two boards al.so comphed an activi- 
ties fiver which listed programs to be held in various 
dorms. These activities ranged from educational films 
and speakers to sewing and judo lessons. 



Top: WOMEN.S INTERDORM. FRONT ROW: Lynn Murphy. Nancy 
Gillians. Luann Kline. Kellpy Stanfield. sponsor. SECOND ROW: 
Pamela Harbin, Debv Beam. Anne Meyer, Angela Taylor, president; 
.Sally Music, Cheryl Paynter, Jackie Price. THIRD ROW': .Su.'ian Marsh. 
Maria Ridenour. Sally Blake. Connie Nichols. Candy Wells. Barbara 
Chaudom, Karen Lewis. Judy Wilson, secretary-treasurer. .ABOVE: 
Eastern's card sharks unite in Slartin Hall to display their talents and to 
make new friends. 




292 Organizations/Service and Activity 




Lett; To n'lieve pressures from uptomine finals, stu- 
dents gatlier in the grill for an old-fashioned Christmas 
soeial. Below: MEN'S INTERDORM. FRONT ROW: 
L)a\id Wiles, advisor; Steve Seitliers, presic/enf; Paul R. 
Van Pelt. Bob Haral.son, J. C. Dumas, Les Daughertv, 
Mike Ulsh. SECOND ROW: David W. Combs, iice 
presiilent: Dave \\'heeler. Riehard Beaeh. Bruce Sho- 
walter. roriv Amies. Miehael } Schendenfelder. 



Interdorm Sponsors Christmas Social 



Men's Interdorm is committed to a policy of uiii- 
tying individual residence halls and recommending 
changes in University policies and living conditions in 
residence halls. To achieve these undertakings, Men's 
Interdorm appointed a Program Committee. In con- 
jtitiction with the Women's Interdorm, an activity 



flyer is puhlished every two weeks containing the 
scheduled events to be held for the residence halls. A 
Halloween Party and Old Fashioned Christmas Social 
were jointly produced with Women's Interdorm. The 
Board also made recomendations for an open house 
policy for the dorms. 




Organizations/Service and Activity 293 



International Fellowship 
Portrayed At Dinner 

Highlighting ihc Near lur tlic hitrrnatii)iial Slii- 
deiits was their annual International Dinner and (cul- 
tural Shou. T\\r dinner',- menu consisted of loods 
representing ten loreign eountries such as Persian 
salad olives. Jap;uiese st\ le ehieken. anil Indian khiina 
and gidab-juniun. The (Cultural Show ineluded 
(Jiinese told songs. Philippine dances and a parade of 
national costumes which tealured uniipie wardrobes 
troni se\en countries. 

Tlie club also entertained students with a film 
festi\al showing films from six different iKuntiics. 
Money from this festival helped sponsor a girl in the 
Philippines and awarded a scholarship to a deserving 
foreign student. 



Below: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. FRONT ROW: Patrick Luing. 
Hong Kong: Syed M. Arif. India; Edgar C. Nicolas, Philippines: York- 
Vou Tsang. Hong Kong; Rei-Voung AmosWu. R.O.C.; Florence Tsang. 
Hong Kong; Karen Mason, U.S.A.; MaTtko Kananiori, Japan; Haruko 
Yamamoto, Japan; Sming Naulargar. Thialand. SECOND ROW: Chang 
Wan (Jhun. Republic of China; Satyabrata Shaw. India; (reasurpr. Grace 
Thomas. India; Tessa Reyes. Philippines; Nora S. Justiniano. Philip- 
pines; Marilyn S. Justiniano. Philippines; Phatanee Chiavavanond. Thia- 
land; vice-president, Mohamaad N. Amini Lari, Iran; .^li Adbar Moradi- 
an, Iran; Abodullah M. Badran, Saudi .Arabia; Margaret Chi, Republic of 
Oiina: Suparb Chiaravanont. Thailand: .Anna Hung. Republic of (Tuna. 
THIRD ROW : Chen Tai Sheng. Republic of China; H.sieh Betty. Repub- 
lic of (Jiina; Lee Ben Seng. Hong Kong; Maiiit Wongsomboon. Thai- 
land; Safi Y'agnesh K., India: Kebede Kifubel. Ethiopia: Tesfaghiorgis 
Demekesh, Ethiopia; Salem Yohannes. Ethiopia; Bethlhem Kebede, 
Ethiopia; William G. Garrett. li.S.A.; Judy Halcotnb, U.S.A.; Murlyn 
Toombs. l'.S..\.; Hildegard .Althoff. West Germany: Kimberley Harper. 
U.S..\. B.ACK ROW: Byungtae Shn. Korea; Hai Hwang. Republic of 
China; Gerard Tsang. Hnng Kong: John Rouse. U.S.A.; Manas (Jhiara- 




vanond. Thailand; Sithi .Assana\a(. Thailand: Gar Read. U.S. .A.: Diane 
[)ierks. U.S.A.; Michael Hopkins. U.S..\.; Ken Jones. U.S. .A.; Kambiz 
Adeli. Iran: Susan Murphy, England; Lie King-Cham. Hong Kong; Chow 
Wau Cutung, Hong Kong; Baldwin Lau. Hong Kong; Indriana.sy Chane 
Chao Khi, Madaga.scar. Right: Exchanging talent from various foreign 
countries is one of the numerous scheduled e\ents on the agenda of the 
annual International Dinner. 





Vet's Club Conducts 
Road Block for Charity 



I'liiilu'iini!; the int('r("s 
on Eajileni's caiiipiis. tli 



and activities oi veterans 
Neleraiis (Hub was very 
aeti\('. The Vets sought greater benefits through tlie 
XeteraiTs Petition for which more than 2,000 signa- 
tures were collected. In the area of civic ivindness. the 
club directed a road block for Muscular Dystrophy 
donations and held their aimual Tovs-for-Tots Dance. 
The year was not totally filled b\ work howcNcr. as 
thcN also p;uticipatcd in iiitranunal sports and lio>ted 
their ainiual Spring donors BaiKjuet. 



Left: Meiiibfrs of tlie Vets Club conduct a road block with the 
proceeds going to the Muscular Dystrophy Drive. Below: VETERAN'S 
CLUB. FRONT ROW: Dave Wentz, Debby Darling, Dan Hudson. SEC- 
OND ROW: W. G. Bersanlin, T. W. Shultz, Mark J. Kaplan. THIRD 
ROW: Paul VanPelt, secretary: Dennis Ferrell, photographer: Larry 
.Allison, vice president. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Colmer, John Coop- 
er, Jr., Gary Ehling, treasurer. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Heucke, president; 
Colin Hanley, James Smith. SIXTH ROW: Dal Wingate. Troy D. Sharp, 
Kelly Oliver. SEVENTH ROW: Roger BryanL John Hill, Dean McKay. 




Organizations/Service and Activity 295 



KDT's Support 
American Indian Child 



As a senice sororil\. Kappa Delta Taus [)riinar\ 
purpose this year \\a> to aid ihi' roinmiiiiitN ami Kkl 
in everv possible w a\ . 

Tlii> Near the eliapler >upp(irte(l an Anieriean 
Ituiian einid anil helped to .--end her thiuugh school. 
Durmj; Thank>gi\ inji. the\ eonduetetl a canned goods 
drive to aid the need) t'aniilies in the Richmond area. 
KDT's also visited nursing homes in Riehniond and 
traveled to the Cardinal Hill Hospital in Lexington 
and to \isil hospitalized >oldiers at lurl Kno\. Ihe 
sisters served as hostesses at liarK|uets and worked at 
thf> poll> tor campus elections. 

In recrealional activities, the sororitv partici])ated 
in the annual Powder Putt toothall tournament and 
the Sigma (An Herhv. The >[>ter> al-o v\orked with 
the Industrial Education and the Hc)me Economics 
(Hubs oti their homecoming float. 

."^ociallv the KDl" s held a Winter and .^[tring tor- 
mal. Their annual Parents Dav Banquet was held in 
the spring at which new ot't'iccrs vsere installed. 




.\bove: KDT Judy Oatts serves cold water to a tiot and ttiirstv band 
member after Band Day activities. Below: KAPP.-\ DELTA TAD. 
FRO.NT ROW: Riniiie Jo Field-;. Kathi Monn, Karen Wise. Judy Oatts, 
Lisa Fuller, Sue Linnenkohl, Marge Hilgart, Lynda Crea, Tracy Mc- 
Quade, Martha Ambrose. SECOND ROW: Catliy Jernigan. Patti Mc- 
Gratli. Glenna Smith. Margie Murphy, Patricia Wheeler, vice president: 
Ellen Brautigan, Donna Stratton, Ann Louise Cheuvront. Sue Schwei- 
kert, Pegg Whelan, president: \erna Richardson, Nancy Oberschmidt. 
THIRD ROW: Darlene Henry, Linda Bennett, Lisa Foley, secretary: 
Sandy Williams, Kaye Glasscock. Phyllis N'ewcomb, Judy Huts. Mary 
Karr. Janet Pack, treasurer. 




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Circle K Conducts Bike-A-Thon 



(jnlc K Ijcgan llir l;ill srmester by serving as 
oricntalion guides to new lieshmen and eondiuled 
campus tours. T+ieir major project to aid Eastern and 
tlie Richmond communilv uas an Kaslern H) -Pass 
Cleaii-Up Day. During Homecoming the ( lul) super- 
vised the wareliouses used lor building floats and also 
conducted their annual peanut sale. A Bike-A-Thon 
to Murray was held in February from which the 



proceeds went to Multiple Sclerosis. A successful year 
endeil with the annual Easier Egg Hunt for ihe chil- 
dren of Nhulison (^uiuilv. 



CIRCLE K. FRONT ROW : Judith Williani.'i, corresponding secretary; Jo 
Price, Debbie Kohls, Karen Preston, Gayle Bensing, Karen Stark, Jo 
Ann Spaulding, Kathy .Smitli. SECOND ROW: Larry Jackson, Steve 
Seithers. John Brodt, treasurer; David Smith. Phil Kaufman, Bill Bal- 
mo.^, lice president; Ed Delaney, president; ('.. ij. Morrison. Barbara 
Eisenmenger, recording secretary, Lynn Bachmarm. 




Organizations/Service and Activity 297 




Majorettes Entertain 
With Precision Twirling 

Practicing daih willi tlie Marcltiiig Maroons, the 
majorettes pcrtorincd al all home I'oothall games. 
Dressed in jean- and llaiinel shirts, the group created 
a special routine lor the salute to country music 
halt-time show. For Homecoming, the majorettes 
tiirilled Ihc lan> with the twirling and juggling of 
tlaming hatons while twisting to music from the Fif- 
ties. 

Four new miMnhers were chosen to accompany 
veterans (^and) Einhry and Jamie Langstaff on the 
field. To gain a position on the squad, the girls were 
required to perform a drill and twirling cxhihition in 
addition to learning a group routine. 



Above: MAJORETTES. Gay Embn-, Candy Embry. Jamif Laiit;slatT. 
head miijnrelle. Jackie VIcCarty. Jenny Hen.-on. Lnida Culler Right: 
V\ind blown Jamie Langstaff gives a big smile to the crowd as she 
performs during half-time activities at Hanger Stadium. 




298 Organizations/Service and .Activity 




Above: Linda (duller, eager to perform, awaits her cue for the halftime 
show. Right: Kandy Clay captivates the crowd with licr fire twirhng 
abihties. Below: The majorettes wind up another half-lime program at 
Hanger Stadium 



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Organizations/Service and Activity 299 




Males Add New 
Styles To Cheerleading 



The football and basketball fans enthusiastically 
welcomed the return of male cheerleaders to the 
squad. Gary Taylor and Wayne Welch were chosen on 
the same competive basis as the female members to 
complete the team of eleven cheerleaders. New cheers 
and routines were worked up by the squad and their 
captain Linda Noel. The cheerleaders led the stu- 
dents, especially fraternity and sorority members, in 
high spirited cheerleading during both athletic sea- 
sons. Their new and colorful hats and neatly tailored 
uniforms added the final touches to stress their pow- 
erful and emotional ability. 

The Colonel. Eastern's official mascot, appeared 
on the sidelines after being in retirement for years. 
The return found the Colonel dressed in a new ma- 
roon suit and a very large head to emphasize the pride 
he has in his school. 



Top Left: The new Colonel Mascot added to sideline enthusiasm during 
the football season wth his gestures and dancing. Above: Gymnastics 
are utilized by Gary Taylor and Connie Mickens to emphasize their 
cheerleading agility. Top Right: Nancy Lott correlates high kicking to 
the musical tones of the pep band. 



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Left: Interested in the game action and leading the student body in 
cheers, spirited Mary Beth Smith and Donna Robinson execute their 
cheerleading skills. Above: Putting all her might into the cheer, Linda 
Noel uses a rock-can shaker to get the spirited and not so spirited 
students off their posteriors as Eastern and Morehead match forces. 
Below: CHEERLE.\DING SylJ.\D. Donna Wells, Connie Mickens, 
Cindy Newcom, Wayne Welch, Donna Robinson, Cindy Fisher, Kim 
Parsons, Gary Taylor, Nancy Lott. Linda Noel, Mary Beth Smith. 




Organizations/Service and .Activity 301 



Versatility Adds Strength 
To Marching Maroons 

Certaiulv no college football game is complete 
without the color and pageantry of a marching band, 
and tlie performance of the Eastern keniiick\ I ni\er- 
sity Marching Maroons provided these qualities. Thi.- 
year's band was nearly one hundred-sixty strong and 
\sa,- directed hv Robert Hartwell. 

\ ersatilitN w as one of the Maroons strong points 
as thev presented a different half-time performance at 
each Colonel home football game. The first football 
game featured their fourteenth annual Band Day at 
which high school bands from across the state per- 
formed with the Maroons. Other shows included a 
(A)untr\ Music spectacular paying tribute to the peo- 
ple and songs that made countr\ music tamous and a 
salute to the "Fabulous 50"s"'. The band performed a 
number of top hits of the rock n' roll era. To match 
this liveh music, the band did a series of flash) 
dancestep routines and drills. At Homecoming, the 
band saluted former EKU bandmembers with a speci- 
al baml composed of tin' alumni. The Maroon> not 
onl\ performeti at Hanger Field but also made the 
trip 4rr^\"estern to back the Colonels and phnt'd at 
the dedication of Port Boonesborough. 



Above Right: Field Conductor, Mindy Thompson, leads the Marching 
Maroons into position for the pre-game ceremonies. Right: Masquerad- 
ing as hillbillies, EKt' drummers provide the beat for a half time salute 
to country music. Below: The Marching Maroons produce a rich mellow 
sound as they pass in review during Homecoming festivities. 






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Top: LITTLE COLONELS. FRONT ROW: Gerri Hollencamp, co-cap- 
tain. Tina Danelak, Bev Zeller. Kathy Smith, Peggy VVhelan, co captain. 
SECOND ROW: Patti Hollencamp, Diane Phillips, Jennifer Frame, 
Vicki Viars, Sally Thompson, Joanna Vigin, Beth Holland, Jackie Sar- 
gent, Renee Denman. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Stanley, Debby Darling, 
Mar\- Lieser, Gayle Spraul, Linda Maeglv, Sandy Chanev, Nancy Sandi, 
Becky Jenkms, Lisa Fuller, Nancy Bibb'le, Debbie Ward. B.ACK ROW: 
Becky Hobble, Kathy Rutfley, Susan Mar.sh, Debbie Pollitt, Shelley 
Lueders, Tina Kane, Carrie Dean, Susan Schrock, Julie Dollar. Debbie 
Simpson, Shelly Honter. Above: Members of the drill team show off 
their new uniforms as they present pre-game activities during a basket- 
ball game at Alumni Coliseum. 



Little Colonels Hold 
Spring Awards Banquet 

Supporting atliletic events and promoting school 
spirit, tlie Little Colonels Drill Team entertained with 
the .Marching Maroons by providing precision drill 
and flashy dance-step routines at Eastern's home 
football games. In addition to (heir regular routine, 
they also presented .special fealincs at the country 
and 50"s show. Decked in appropriate costumes of 
the 50's the Little Colonels pranced the twist, the 
frug and the Charleston to the music of the 50's. This 
year the squad traveled for tiie first time to back the 
Colonels as they journeyed to Western for the fierce 
football rivalry. 

Money made by selling candy and football pro- 
grams found the Little Coloncds dccktMl in new uni- 
forms when basketball sea,son arrived. To aid the 
press, the squad distributed statistics to the press 
table during basketball .-reason. They also sponsored a 
girl from the squad in Homecoming and the Miss 
Eastern pageant both of which reached the top fif- 
teen finalist. In the spring the) honored various girls 
on the squad with their first awards banquet. 



Organizations/Service and Activity 303 



Catalina Club Presents Watershow 



_Mati\ moiitlis of piaiiicc and liard wmk were 
required of the nieinbers of the Catahna Cluh to 
produce their annual watershow. Tliis synchronized 
swimming club spent many hours developing skills 
needed to produce the show. Block wTiting to nuni- 



her skills were utilized in the exciting water produc- 
tion called "Water Colors". Function of this club 
provided an outlet for creative aquatic rhythnm and 

design. 




Above: CATALINA CLUB. FRONT ROW: 
Michelle Barondick, Barbara Sotidey, vice presi- 
dent; Dianne Redenbo. LuAiin Gitford, executive 
committee; Tracy McQiiade, Lynn Shirley. Donna 
Schultz, Gay Embry. SECOND ROW: Janet Wood- 
cock, Nancy Moss, Marsha Mann, Pam Holden, 
Ann Laise Cheuvront, Mary WooUey, Kathy Web- 
ber, treasurer; Jamie Langstaff, Susan Knifley, Dot 
Kirkpatrick, sponsor. BACK ROW: Linda Leien- 
berger, Karen Stark, Brenda Adamson, secretary; 
Terry Stratton, Gertrude Lehman. Molly Parker, 
Nancy Perkins. Alicia Hilbrish, president. Right: 
Catalina Club members learn the importance of 
precision during weekly practice sessions. 




304 Organizations/.\rts 





Mary Anthony Dance 
Company Visits EKU 

To provide stiulenls willi the oppuiiunilx lor 
physical self-expression (o inusir was llic aim of lh(" 
Eastern Dance Theatre. This year's theatre produced 
two concerts, a Halloween Concert in the ravine and a 
sprinji concert in Gifford Concert. ()lhcr perfor- 
mances of ihc ye;ir included demonstrations given by 
the theatre at area high schools. In February, Mary 
Anthony Dance Company visited the dance theatre 
and conducted classes for interested memlicrs. 

Membership into the Eastern Dance Theatre was 
open to all and auditions were held each semester for 
those who wished to try out. 



EASTERN DAiNCE THEATRE. ERONT ROW: Leroy Scott, pu6/.ci(y; 
Pam Gerlacli, Daniese Mines. Uoiina Warren. SECOiNIl ROW: Verniese 
Hnies, Paula Conn, treasurer: Brenda Pearce. Laurie Hof, Dottye Ether- 
ington, Marl< Savage, vice president; Lou Ann Scliutze. BACK ROW: 
Billye killman, president; Betli Jimison, secretary; Virginia Jinlts, adi'i- 
sor; Donna .Stratton, co-publicity chairman; Andrea Steely. Sharon 
Munch. Left: Dancing freely across the Pavilhon floor. Marl< Savage and 
Billye Killman perform to Tchaikovsky's "Peer and Gynt ' for the 
Theatre "s annual fall concert in the ravine. 



Organizations/Arts 305 



EKU Music Groups 
Exhibits Versatility 

Under the direetion of Earl Thomas, the Eastern 
Kentuekv I iiiversitv Sympliony Ureliestra condueted 
numerous performanees throughout the year, one ot 
wliieh featured the orcliestra in a performance of 
Bralinis' Symphony No. 1. 

The university Ensemble changed its style of sing- 
iniT to berome more diversified. The style, whiidi 
consisted mainlv of gospel songs, elianged to include 
spiritual, patroitic. and modern musi<'. The Ensendjie 
traveled throughout the state, as ucll as the Rirh- 
mond area performing their rc[)ertoire. 



Right: Viiltide season is brought to a peak uilh another suceessful 
performance of the Messiah bv Eastern's Oratorio Choir. Below; I M- 
VERSITV ORCHE.^TKA, Bottom: I'MVERSITV ENSEMBLE. 





306 Organizations/.^rts 



ROTC Band Provides Music for Military Ball 



Tlie ROTC Stage Band, tlio newest co-curricular 
organization on eanipiis. was I'ouniied to provide rec- 
reation for niusiealiy inclined cadets and enterlain- 
nient tor military functions. The band's calendar of 
(■Mills for [his year included plaving at the cadet 
house parties, sponsoring a Halloween and Valentine's 
Dav Parties, and performing several concerts at the 
\('teran's Hospital in I.exinglon. The hand also 



played at the Military Ball and conducted several 
recruiting Irips to area high schools. 



ROTC STACiE BAND. FKOM" KOW: (lary Binhurll. I,..lly Griffin. 
Candy Wflls, sponsor; Nancy Riggin, sponsor; Brian l^irnish. BACK 
ROW; Tim Slusher. Vincent Seolt, first sergeant; M. B. Fields. II, 
second lieutenant; Ken Griffin, eommanding officer; (!apt. (Jiarles 
Clinger. adriser. 




Organizations/Military 307 



Athenian Shield Visits V.A. Hospital 



In tlirir second Near a> a rnililaix cliili. ihr \llirni- 
an Shirld lii'Ipcd lo expand (he nidilais siicnrc [iio- 
ijrarn al F>a>liTn. Tlu' Slin-ld \\a> (i|)<n lo an\onr 
interested and aetiw in the ROTCJ program. Its main 
purpose was to ( reate interest and aid in reernitini; 
for the ROrC program. 

.■^ctixities thronglionl the veai' Inr the Athenian 
Shield ineluded planning the program Inr the Mililarx 
Ball and organizing parlie> lor Ka>lern's Mililar\ ()r- 
ganizations. Thev helped with the i ampiis hlood dri\e 
and aided the |a\eee jelU >ale. In the .-pring. the 



Athenian .'^hield \i>iled the \ . \. Hospital in i,e\inff- 
lon. 

The KO'rt; .Sponsors carried on! then- duties as 
the\ helped with social liinetions ol the ROTCl loin- 
|)anies and \arion> Kaslern acli\iles. The\ partici- 
pated in ROTC Day activities prior to the Morehead 
loolhall game. The sponsors also helped coordinate 
ami decorate lor the Militar\ Rail in Noxendicr at 
which (,)ui'cn Athena v\ as crow ned. At the President's 
Rc\ lew. the sponsors ])resented the awards to hon- 
orctl cadets. 



Left: ATHtMAN Sllll.l.l) 1- KOM KoW 
Aiinamanc Biii/in^ki. \ .Siuiim' drivi-lli. 
Caiidacf l.ec WpII.s layrW. Mo.sby, Patricia 
V. Tliackcr, Uebra C. Stinson, firsi sergeant. 
.SECOND KOW: j.inda Uapl<\s, Patricia 
Vanderlip, Dumia (niliglitiy. Uebra Scott. 
Captain \lail.i |- Stripling, advisor. B\C,K 
ROW: l.oiii.s \1. Kost-nslcin, Tbomas White, 
l.adi E. .Strader. Bob McAllister. Below: 
ROTC SPONSOR.^. IKOM ROW: Bccl<\ 
Cody, Candv Wells, Kathie \lonii. Pallie 
Wheeler. Sherry Moore. Mary Ellen Hume. 
Ann Matlmgly. Paula Sloltz. BACK ROW 
Captain .Stripling. Ken Griffin, Bob McAlli- 
ter. JoAnna Virgin, Uebra .Scott. Penn\ 
Gabbard, Laura Todd, Nanc y Kiggin. 






AUSA Receives 
National Award 

riic Li. John "Nick" C^orjilis Mcinori;!! (^oinpiiiiy 
ol EKl u ;is clioscti one iil llic six hcsl l>()T(l (Com- 
panies in llic nation lor IIk' scrond i-onscciilivc year. 
The award hased Eastern's (loinpain as having the 
best overall HOTC meeting; in tlie aiuiual awards 
eonipelition of the Assoc iaiion of the I nileil States 
Arniv. It was presented to Eastern representatives at 
the National (Convention at Al'SA headijuarters in 
Washington. Other events lor AILSA dnring tlie year 
ineludi'd its Militarv Hall and Banquet with the 
crowning of tlie l*)7.i (^ueen Athena as the evening's 
hinldialit. 



Below: .\SSUCIATION OK UNITlin STATES ARMY. KKONT ROW: 
Sht'rr\ Moore. Davr Wheeler, /(Vs/ sergeant, Edward Vtro. vommanding 
officer: Uous Black, commanding officer; Beverly Cray, Kalliy Hole, 
sponsor. SECOND ROW: V. l.oui.sc Grivetli, Ken Griffin, Candace 
Wells, Fredia Wofford, l,ouis Ro.sen.stein, Donna Yurt. THIRD ROW: 
Harold Bridwell, .4nnamarie Budzinski. Ricky Morris, Richard (Jwen, 
Danny Hackworth. C. Q. Morri.son, David Rodgens. BACK ROW: Dale 
Combs, Jeffrey Medley, Jame.s Edward.s, Walter Craft, Stephen Carter, 
Eniest Wells. Left: Doug Black accepts the Best Overall ROTC Meeting 
Award for Easterns Company at the twentieth aimual meeting of the 
Association. 




Organizations/Military 309 



Valianettes Place First At Purdue 



Serviiii; as a uomcirs precision drill tf;iiii. tlie 
ValiaiK'ttcs. was opened lo all Easlern .voiiuii. (amii- 
peting ill tin- Pershing Rifle drill meets, the \'alia- 
nettes. aixi eonipeted in three iiilereolligiale meets 
throughout the year, including one at Purdue where 
the \ aliaiiettes placed first in the drill competition. 
The \aliaiieltes tra\cled In l.aurel Count) and Paul 
lilazer lligii .^ciioois on recruiting (rips. Acti\ities 
includeil hel[)ing the PR "s with their annual liome- 
coiiiiii"; mum sale and ushcriiiir al Easterns home 



I'oothall games. In conjunction with area Jajcees. the 
drill team sold jellv with the proceeds going to crip- 
plcil ehiklren. They also aided students during regis- 
tration and helped the tlirl Scouts ol' Richmond in 
moiiev making projects. 



VALIANETTES. EKdM KOW: Darkiie Joliiisoii. commander; Joan 
Cash. Debra Smilh. /i"/ sergeant. Cmdy Blick, Debra UeZarn. Theresa 
Robers. BACK ROW : Karen Lee, Rebecca Steele, Debbie Zimmerman, 
finance officer: Monica Patterson, Delendia Overbay, Debbie Goff, 
Rcbi'cca Stephens, Dianne Smith. 




310 Organizations/Military 





Pershing Rifles Begin 
Second Decade 



Tlic I'crshing Ril'lcs. iidw in its 20tli year, parlici- 
pat(Hl ill in()iit\ making projects for girl scouts, re- 
cruiting trips with the ROTC departments. Iielped 
students during registration, and ushered during home 
football games and concerts. The annual Home- 
coming Mum Sell is also sponsored by the Pershing 
Rifles. The mum sell has been a project of the organi- 
zation since 1902. This year over 550 advanced or- 
ders were taken. 

The PR's also participated in three drill meets this 
year and won the field training exercise at the L nixcr- 
sity of Kentucky. 



Top: PERSHING RIFLES. FRONT ROW: Larry Simpson. Dale L. 
McNcely, president; Thomas W. Dylie, secretary; Starr H. Berenbroick, 
lice president; Paul U. Gibson, treasurer; Neal Davis. SECOND ROW: 
Lee Redmoii, Jeffrey Medley, Ernest Wells, Keith Smith, Tom Bennett, 
Michael Tussey, Larry W. Long, Marty Terstegge, John C. O'Keefe, 
Steven R. Robinson, Robert E. Pike, Robert L. Click, Elmar B. Walters. 
Left: Pershing Rifle and Valialette co-workers join forces to persuade a 
student to buy a Homecoming mum. 



Organizations/Mihtary 311 



CGR's Assist Band Day Participants 



Tlif (luuiiItT (liicrrilla liaidcr (;()iii|iaii\ [iruxcd an 
asset to tlu' uiiiscrsilN and llic Kicliiiicinil (-(1111111111111%. 
The CGR's ser\e(l as ;;uiilcs tor i)()lli fall and spring 
registration, assiinicd liic dailv rcsponslliilU) of rais- 
ing the fhigs at Alumni Coliseuni uiul those at Hanger 
Field for home f(K)tliall games, assisted In coordinat- 
ing the homei-omlng parade, and serxed as hand 
guides to the numerous high school hands hosted at 
EkL on Hand L)a\ . The Ualdcrs worked t(j Improve 
their piivsieal training, lacllcal military skills, profi- 
ciency in rappcUing. and ser\lce to EkU and the 
Richmond ((UiiminiitN . 
Since its heu'innint' In \'H)2. the Counter Guerrilla 



Hauler (l(»mpan\ has de\eloped In its memhers a 
sense of [x-rsoiial responsilillit\ . militar\ discipline, 
and a spirit of unselfishness and de\otion to dut\' 
essential for a successful milltarv or cuilian career. 
Their promotion of "'Hrotheriiood" within the organi- 
zation provided an active social life for each of the 
memhers. 



COUNTER GUERRILLA RAIHER COMPANY. FRONT ROW; Laura 
Tod4 sponsor: Edward Piro, firxl sergeant: Ralph Hill, commanding 
officer: Daiiiiv Hack worth, executive officer: Mark ftvsocki, /irsT lieu- 
tenant: Debra Scott, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Thomas White, first 
sergeant: Lawrence Kellev, Calvin Ma\tield. William S. heW, adjutant: 
Capt. John B. Keller, Jr., faculty adciser. THIRD ROW: Louis M. 
Rosenstem. Lacy E. Strader, .\bke Henley. Roy B. Ziemann. Robert D. 
Anderson. Alan Crook. 




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MP's Assist With 
County Blood Drive 

riic Militiuy Police Coiiipam again provided ser- 
vices lo the University and the Richmond Communi- 
ty. Along with their traditional responsibilities of 
assisting in tralTic control liolii on and olT campus 
during special t"\enls and providing color and honor 
guards, the company also took responsiJ)ilit\ in the 
Madison County Blood Drive. Dining this two-day 
drive the MP's directed and assisted the program. 

The company also held t'iekl training exercises to 
increase the agility of each member. Numerous social 
activities were enjoyed by the group throughout the 
vear. 



Right: M.P.'s hold the flag while spectators stand to attention during 
the National Anthem at an Eastern basketball game in the Alumni 
Coliseum. Below: MILITARY POLICE. FRONT ROW: Art Pascal, Jess 
Neal, Tim Huckaby, Joanna Virgin, sponsor; Gregory Meier, command- 
ing officer: Debbie Battle, sponsor: George Blackbuen, Mary Ellen 
Keen, Douglas Kemper, advisor. SECOND ROW: Donna Yurt, Louise 
Grivetti, Chris Lilly, Jeff Hubly,Lewid Douglas, Greg Davis, Tim James, 
John Galloway, Cobuni Richardson, Fredia Wofford, Jim Clifford, 
Gerald Carroll. BACK ROW: Russell Barckly, Scott Barker, Ross Mdler, 
Mitch Miller, Richard Blain, Joseph Blakeman, Richard Davis, Jim 
Newton, Bob McAllister, Lester Acree, Annamaru Budzinski. 




Organizations/MiUtary 313 



ACS Honors EKU Chemistry Club 



Hoiiiir,- were bestowed upoTi tlie EkL' (Iheiiiisliv 
(Jill) a> tlii\ were clioosen as one of tlic 42 Outstaml- 
iii^ Amcriran (ilicmical ^Soeiiis AlTiliale (lliapters in 
tlic L nitril Stale.-. The club earned this recognition 
tor its superior work durino the preceding \ear. karen 
>htson. treasurer of the club, reeeived the Outstand- 
ing Cheniistrv Student Award for this region given li\ 
A(;S. Members arranged demonstrations and con- 
ducted lours at the annual Science. Math and Ph\ sic- 
Test. However aeti\ities were not all work as (lub 
members displa\ed their athletic abilil\ b\ organizing 
an intramural volleyball team. 



(Composed of students in medical associated fields, 
the (^adueeus Club sponsored allied health speakers 
throughnut the semester. Speakers such as Dr. Roger 
Land)son. Dean e)f Admissions at L'.K. Medical 
School. Mr. Gerald Hill. Chairman of Committee of 
Admissions at U.K. Dental School, and Dr. Sue Fagan 
I'rom the Madison County health center provided 
students with insight into needed qualifications and 
possible fiekls to pursue. A trip to the Louisville 
Medical and Dental (ienter highlighted the semester 
folliiwcd b\ the clubs annual book sale and awards 
banipnt in the spring. 



Below: CADLCELS CLLB. FRONT 
ROW: Elaine Drake, Uenise Cox, Pam 
Combs, I'ice president; Lynn Long, Daii 
Deelv, Christine Joseph, Benita Sabie, 
Sarah DeRossett. SECOND ROW: Dr. 
John Meisenheimer, sponsor; Laura 
Todd. Tim Slusher, Lynn Gulley, trea 
surer; Keitli Stowers. .Mien Rader, Carl 
Wells. Jr., Jolm Leach, Mane Chidester, 
Tina Slusher, Sanford L. Jones, sponsor. 
THIRD ROW: David Brough. Steve 
Green, Jerr\" Tackett, president; Mike 
Murphy, secretary; Isli Johnson. Dave 
Sullivan, Michael Bucknam, Fred Per- 
kings. Right: CHEMISTRY CLUB. 
FRONT ROW : Pamela Pennington, Pha- 
tanee Chiaravanond, June Crouch, .\lven 
Bnte, Evelyn Madden, John Price. Karen 
Mason, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Morns 
Taylor, sponsor; Edgar Nicolas, David 
Hepp, Steve Holehan, Larry Ray W right, 
vice president; Carl Wells. William 
Owings, Earl Crouch, Robert Fn.man, 
president; Darrell Salyer. sponsor. 





314 Organizations/Departmentals 




Left: BIOI.OOY CI.HB. KKONT ROW: Margy Greg- 
or\ , (larol lliitiirncl. Steve Woock, vice-president; 
David (:<iiiib,s, Kieharil llaiuian. SKCOND ROW: Palty 
Siiiilh, si'iretary; RobiTl Butler, Joyee Siitphin, prcsi- 
i/e;i(; Vivian l.aiikhejt. Clirisliiic .|i)sepli. Below: GER- 
MAN Gl.llB. FRONT ROW: YvDiiiie Shaw, treasurer. 
Donna Johnson, Tainara Hall, Kathy Skidmorcsecre- 
tiirv. Jennie Geiger, Sarah De Rossell, Pam Ho.skins, 
Jennifer Daniel. SECOND ROW: Denni.s R. Ferrell, 
Garl A. Gannon, Michael J. Sehenkenfelder, Keith 
Richardson, William Scott (Fulton, viie-presideiit; 
Richard D. Rider, Jr., pn-siilnil: Thoma.s Norvell, 
Dr.sd Boyd, adtiiiur; John Leai h. (ilciiri W. Ellis. 




Active Schedules Agument Group Involvement 



E:<tal)li;^lu'd to stimulate interest in biological top- 
ics and outdoor activities, tlie Biology (]lul) provided 
an opportunity for students to interact with one 
another and their professors in settings other than the 
classroom. In conjuction with tlie Audubon Society, 
the club presented four specials where .'\udul)on pho- 
tograplier biologists presented interesting and infor- 
mative programs on wildlife around the world. Other 
activities included student and faculty outings, back- 
packing trips to Red River Gorge, and meeting with 
various guest speakers. 



Participating in Oktoberfest which took place in 
Covington, Kentucky, the German (Auh enjoyed an 
American version of a traditional tierman celebration. 
Trips to see Fliegende Hollander by Richard Wagner 
and Die Dreigroschenaper by Brecht stimulated club 
interest. Parties were held with other language organi- 
zations. German foods provided by club members 
enticed students to the club's semi-annual banquests. 
A camping trip to Red River Gorge rounded out the 
years festivities. 



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Home Economics Club 
Attends Workshop 

I'lic purpose ol (lie llnmi' EcDiKitiiio (Mill) w a,- to 
ot'l'rr ihusc intcrestt'd in lioiiif i-coiiomics a place for 
(Icxclopiiiriit and social cn)(i\nicnt. while pro\iding 
bcniiicial proy:rain> liiat help hroailcn \icw< and in(cr- 
esls. Throughout the \car. the group spdiiMircd \ari- 
ou> speakers at their regular meetings. Mendjers (d 
the (lull also enjo\eil a presentation on a[)phing 
make-up gi\en hv a eosinctie consultant. In the tall 
members of the club attended the kentuck\ Home 
Economics Association workshop at Spalding College 
in l.oui>\ille. The ejub ended a rewarding xrnr by 
packaging and distributing (lARK packages during 
tinals \s eck. 




Top: HOME ECONOMICS Cl.UB. ERONT ROW: Ctieryl Handley, 
Marslia Wells. Kathy Green, Jennifer Watkin.s. Paula Reid, president: 
Caria Walker. Kathn,n Tuggle. Martha Miller. Carol Wliittatier. Lana 
Vannansdall. SECOND ROW: Debbie Campbell. Terry Carter. Debbie 
Greer, Mary Jo Baumann, Ellen Brantigan, Sue Einnenkohl, treasurer: 
Debbie Stevens, secretarv: Mona Bender. Marietta Knuebl. Wateetae 
Hale, Patty Prewitt. THIRD ROW: Ethel Watts. Linda Chesnut. Eliza- 
beth Taylor. Barbara Barker. N. Susan Turner. Janice Cox, Beverly 
Reynolds, Phyllis Hobbs, Beeky Giltiier. .\bove: Cathy Browning, a 
member of the Interior Design Club, and their sponsor. Dr. Donald 
Gate.s, prepare for activities at their Christmas party. 



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Organizations Help Improve Community 



111 l'\'l)ni;ii y. the liilcrior Dcsifiii (Hub allriidcd ;i 
sliulciil (l('siij;n r;illv in High I'oiiil, iNdilli ( !;ii()liii;i. 
Special projects of llie nieiiibers were entered in the 
conipetition there. As a design project, the club 
helped renovate the Teli'ord Community Center by 
designing and painting the interior. In May. the annual 
Design Symposium was held \vhi( ii included speakers. 
exhibits and workshops. 

The Food and Nutrition (Jlub jjegaii the year liy 



preparing and serving relreshrnenis at the Home Eco- 
iioiiiics I'rcshmeii Tea. As the y(>ar progressed, they 
also iK'Iped with an inlcrdepartmcniai (^hristmas par- 
ty and held a chili supper to raise money. The club 
sponsored Ki students at the All American Regional 
Hospitality and Food Service Exposition in (jincin- 
iiali. Working in the conimunilN , the iiicmhcrs pro- 
moted nutritional education to the Elderly l''ee(ling 
Programs and (Jirl .Scout troops. 





Above: INTERIOR DE.SIGN CLUB. FRONT ROW: Beth 
Chinn, treasurer; katliy Heinlein, Rlionda Goodall. Slieri 
Reed, Slierri Beaumoiil, Cheryl Green, Cathy Browning, 
president; Susaii Kirkland, Nancy Boggs, Patti Treadway. 
SECOND ROW: Bryan Amerine, Barbara Hill, Fonda War- 
nock, Marquetta Sizemore, Gwen Wellman, Carolyn 
Finch, Diana Westerman, Mary Ann Wood, Mary Lou 
Leisinger, Pam Wasserman, Cathrvn Carman, Kim Ryser, 
Joanna Peebler. THIRD ROW: Ann Wingert, Georgiana 
Mynatt, Kim McCIay, Linda Grimes, Teresa Walters, 
Cindy Blick, Kristy Phillips, Rebecca Neff, Anne Martin, 
Deborah Arvideon, Jackie Clevenger, vice president; Paula 
Owens, Gayle Mayhugh, Joni Hutchinson, Peggy Sharon, 
Linda Strucker, Donald L. Gates, advisor. FOURTH 
ROW: Patty Benson, Mary Burlage, Barb Leonard, Katha 
Faulkner, Cathy Seyle, Lynn Fox, Kathy Kice, Pamela 
Duncan, Diane Gill, Becky Brinegar, Leslie Wylie, Joe 
Belcher. Left: NUTRITION CLUB. FRONT ROW: Karen 
Bailey, Connie Kaiie, secretary; Sue Linnenkohl, presi- 
dent; Nancy Sands, Kathy Fairchild, Pattie Oliver. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mary Wolff, Theresa Tingley, Gail Hacker, 
Effie Creamer, sponsor; Peggy Taylor, Karen Lewis, trea- 
surer. 



Organizations/Departmentals 317 



Phi Beta Lambda Attends National Convention 



I'lii lii'ta Lambda, a iiatitmal organization lor [j('r- 
soii.s in bn.-incss anil (il'licc programs, olitainril its 
largest mrmlnrship cmt. Programs I'oi llic (iiil) in- 
(•liul<"(l an organizational metiing with the lousiness 
Education and Ol't'irc Administration Departrnt-nt 
and introdiRtioii of tiie faculty in those departments. 
Other events included guest speakers from IBM. a 
Thanksgixing .^ocial. and studcnt-tea( her presenta- 
tions. Educational tours included Proctor and Gamble 
ami ."^outh \\c>tcrn Publishing Coniparn in (Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 

To aid the National .March of Dimes, the memiicrs 



set up road blocks and uorked with the National 
Telethon. Members also hosted a lacidlN appreciation 
lea. In the spring, \arious mendjcrs attended the 
.'southern Regional PBL Leadership (Conference and 
the .State and National (Conferences. 



Riglit: Mi-mbers of Plii Beta Lambda congregate in a Powell Building 
Lounge to design and construct their own Christma.s Cards. Below: PHI 
BLTA LAMBDA. FRONT ROW: Dr. R. Dean Burkett./acu/fv .vponjjor; 
Bonnie Denison. Pat.sy (Jox, Helen Johnson, .Anita Bertrand, secretary; 
Patti Reed. Barbara Brown. Donna Combs, Shirley Roberts, president: 
Dr. Emogene Hogg, /acu/(v sponsor. SECOND ROW: Lina Welch. Susan 
Thompson. Phil Coley. treasurer: Rita Mattingly. vice president: Tom- 
my Coome.s, Joseph .Xdejumobi, Vicki Fryman, reporter: Mark Rey- 
niilds. Teresa Riggs, Janet Pack, Mary Beth Tnt.schler. 




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AMA Visits Advertising Agency 



Anu'ricaii Markdiii^ Association was loimdid lo 
foster scieiitil'ic study in the field of niarketino; li\ 
liringing together the people from the professional 
world and students. Throughout the year guest speak- 
ers were invited from dilferenl areas of marketing and 
management. Field trips were takt'n eaeh semester, 
on<' of which iiiiludcd a trip to Zimmcr. McCluskev, 



and Lewis, an advertising ;igeney in Louisville. In the 
spring, the AMA gave a $.50 scholarship to a deserving 
junior majoring in the marketing field. 

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION. FRONT ROW; Katlue 
Cox, treasurer; Uavid Wurt'el, vice president: Lmda Denmaii, prc.si</pn(; 
James Murphy, Terry Cooper. BACK ROW: William Brown, Robert 
Perry, Don Bronn, Joan Ramsey, secretary; Gary Watson, Harold Fried- 
ly, William Gearhart. 




Organizations/Departmentals 319 



SNEA and ACE Discuss Career Aspects 



Tt) initiate anil develop professional interest and 
attitudes among eoUege students engaged in preparing 
for the teaching profession, the Student National 
Education Association presented many special proj- 
ects such as a panel discussion on student teaching. 
Special films dealing with the history, ethics, and 
organization of the teaching profession preci'cded dis- 
cussions at regular meetinss. 



Working witli disadvantaged children and learning 
interdisciplinary approaches to elementary education 
were among the main focuses of the Association of 
(liiildliood Education this year. Different aspects of 
an education career were discussed at regular meet- 
ings. For a coinmunilv service, group members pre- 
sented a series of story-telling hours at the Riclunond 
(lil\ Liijrary. 



Right: STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 
FRONT ROW; Brenda Baker, Dara Favese, Shelia Dykes Eiiidoii, 
Anita Berlrand. Einda Nolan Dykes. SECOND ROW: Barb Scott, 
secretary; Susan Phelps, Joan Hatloran, Denise Ormis, Brenda 
Craig, Evelyn Howard, Marilyn Henderson, president. THIRD 
ROW: Sarah Hamilton, Vicki Craddock, Paula Cox, Becky 
White. Patricia Forsyth, Linda Boes. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl 
llandley. Brenda Sandlin, Kalhryn Tuggle, Martha Ambrose, 
Cathy Jernigan, Nancy Anderson. FIFTH ROW: Mona Bender, 
Julie Vander Horst, Vlarney Ritchie, Deni.se Pierce, Karen Tharp, 
Glenda Turner. SIXTH ROW: Suzie Carter, Kim Barth, Patricia 
Wheeler. Ann Hunter, Kathleen Huenefeld, treasurer; Ann Mat- 
tingly. SEVENTH ROW: Katie O'Donnell, Peggy Whelan, l.in- 
nelte Penny, Fannie Graves. Sharon Lightner, Rosann Viel. 
EIGHTH ROW: Pamela Doyle, Judith Williams. Judy Reiser, 
Joelyn Medeiros, Martha Maggard, Romona Curtis. NINTH 
ROW: Janet Dawson, Kathy Donathan, Nancy Perkins, Janet 
Moorhead, Lynn Maurer. Nancy Konkol. BACK ROW: Sarah 
Gooch, Donna Henry, Terri Massengill. vice president; Linda 
Powers, Denise Savage, Pamela Robinson. Below: ASSOCIA- 
TION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. FRONT ROW: Becky 
Atkincon Bland, Juanita Whitaker, Peggy Branam, Ethel Sams, 
sponsor; Carta Burris, Colleen Connors. SECOND ROW: Jill 
Stegcr, Vickie Quails, Cathy Jernigan, Nancy Belcher, Kathy 
Tale, vice president; Denise Orme.s, Paula Holleran, Marlha 
Ambrose, president. BACK ROW: Martha Rowlette, Connie 
Rinman, Jody Moorhead, secretary: Deb Kees, Christopher Car- 
ney, Pamela Robinson, Judith Williams, Betty Ami Bingham. 





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Council Gains Knowledge Of Career Opportunities 



Organized fur the I'urlhiiriiig of interest in the field 
of speeial edueatioii, the Student Council for Excep- 
tional (children was able to achieve this purpose by a 
close association with special educable children. This 
organization provided a definit(? means by which the 
people with interests in working with exceptional chil- 
dren could obtain first hand information. This ga\c 
the students a good look at the future of their career 
and its opportunities. The chapter is growing in both 
membership and knowledge of their field. They atten- 
ded both state and national conventions where several 
theories and useful techniques were presented by 



knowledgeable people on the subject of special <'duca- 
lion. The students did volunteer work around the 
Richmond community for the exceptional children. 
Fund raising drives were held with the proceeds going 
to sponsor parties and activities for the exceptional 
children. 



STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. FRONT 
ROW; Denise Ormes, secretary; Sarah Hamilton, Ruth Price, Pam 
Keeling, Mary Kelly, Colleen Connors. SECOND ROW: Mary Bailey, 
Nancy Riddle, president; Donna Orman, Karen Tharp, Dome Hodge, 
Miriam Marlin, vice-president; Cynthia Richardson. BACK ROW; Gwen 
Gilmore, Jada Lothridge, Karen Hendrickson, Michael Diiggins, Gail 
Gregory, Melanie Mersch, Bonne Hopkins. 



Organizations/Departmentals 321 



Right: ROOKIES. FROM ROW. Mary Cngleii, 
treasurer; Mary l.add, Patricia Bowers. Micki 
While, presidenf. B.^CK ROW: Liz Martin. I'lte 
president; Brenda Cox. secretary. Below: STl - 
DENT NURSES .\SS0CI.\T10N. FRONT 
ROW: Irene Roark. Lynndy Glover. Sherry 
Steele. SECOND ROW: Faye Riggs, Tari Slone- 
ker, Carol Partridge, Patricia Leach, Joanna 
Couch, Judv Steinmetz. Marv Wilson, Debra 
Scott. B.\CK ROW: Sandy Binggeh, Jorecia 
.\dams, Maggie Griswald. Kathy Hole. Don 
Gale, president; .Margarite Colmer, Lynne 
Shc"cke\ , vice president. 







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Rookies And Student Nurses Serve Community 



Assisting Eastern's security force at major campus 
events, the Rookies became the first all female group 
from tlie area of law enforcement. These uniformed 
ladies served as guides and patrols at all concerts and 
sporting events. The Rookies completed a successfid 
first year of active operation under the direction of 
its founder and current president, Micki White. The 
group enjoyed several interesting field trips to various 
citN poHce departments. A \isit to the Kentucky 
State Crime Lab in Frankfort proved both knowl- 
edgeable and relevant to the member's career interests. 

Relevant subjects in the area of nursing were the 
center of discussion in the weeklv meetings of the 



Student Nurses Association. .After returning from a 
trip to England for several weeks, Marcia Stanhope, 
faculty member, was invited to present a talk on the 
"(Jommiuiitv Health Programs in England". Several 
of the members attended the Kentucky Association 
of Nursing Students Convention in Louisville. 

Invoheinent spurred several students to help man 
the Red Cross Bioodmobile Center ditring its two 
\isits to campus. In the spring, some of the members 
motored to the National Student Nurses Con\enlioii 
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While at this conven- 
tion, mail)' new ideas from ariiuiul the ruuiitrv were 
picked up Ijy the partii ipating members. 



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Career Day Encourages Pursuit of LEN Areas 



The Association of Law Enforcement sponsored 
the third annual Career Day in Criminal Justice last 
March. The various aspects of law enforcement were 
publicized to encourage recruitment in Criminal Jus- 
tice. Many of the police agencies of Kentucky, Indi- 
ana, Ohio, and Tennessee arrived on campus to re- 
cruit students during Career Day. 

The Police Academy located in Frankfort at- 
tracted a lot of student attention during a tour this 
past year. The Academy provided the Association of 
Law Enforcement student with important informa- 
tion about the law enforcement profession and the 
rigors of direct law enforcement education. 



Officials from the Blackburn Penal Institute in 
Lexington also showed inti'rest in tiie association 
when they spoke to students about the difficulties 
and the rewards of the law enforcement profession. 



Top: ASSOCIATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT: FRONT ROW: W. E. 
Carfield, advisor; Jaiinie Hcwetson, Aiisley Titus, Toni Taylor. Stephen 
Wolfzorn, James E. Tillman, HI, Brenda Simpson, Winnie Baker, secre- 
tary; Larry Simpson, treasurer; Bob Carter. SECOND ROW: Rick 
Mann, Gloria Gevedon, Paul Canter, Bill Fetrites, Uavid Hume. Greg 
Zeits, vice president, Judy Garda, Dave Wheeler, Brian Cernish, Michelle 
D. Morrow, Geri Comet t. Perry C. Cance, William S. Bell, Hugh P. 
Tharpe. THIRD ROW: James E. Thomas Jr., Ronald Wilhelm, Guy 
Smitli, Marty Meekhof, Jeffrey Levy, Charles Allen, presidenl; Thomas 
Sherrod, Brian C. Duffy. Above: Pride is portrayed as this EKU student 
posts the Law Enforcement College Decal. 

Organizations/Departmentals 323 



Campus Organizations Sponsor Guest Speakers 



111 orilcr 1(1 liroadrn llirir kiio\\ic(lf;c <A tlic ac- 
counting profession. (Ik- iiimilicrs of the Aicoutilini; 
Club took field trips lo aicounlinfi firms anil oilier 
businesses. These journe\s provitled aeeonntinji ma- 
jors with an in depth look at various po.ssible account- 
ing professions. T\\r organization sponsored various 
guest speakers such as (Certified Public Accountants. 
Tutoring sessions were conflueted by club members 
to help hegiiuiiiig aci(junling stiideiils with (heir 
classes. 



In its second ^('ar at Fjaslern. Lambda .'■^igma Omic- 
ron ga\e sliideiits iiilerested in iii^rarv science an 
opportunit\ to expand their knowledge. The mem- 
bers began the fall .semester by inviting Dr. Allen, 
head of the Department of Library .'science at UK, as 
their guest spe;dver. Throughout the Near, members 
worked at the libraries at Model and Wbiti'ball. As a 
social activity, the club held their second annual 
Christmas parly. To bring a successful year to a close, 
Lambda Sigma Umicron held a book sale. 



Right: ACCOUNTING CIAIB. FRONT ROW: 
Linda I-eienbrrgcr. James A. lloskins, Salya Brala 
Stiaw, Ruthie Haegele. David E. Jones, Betty P- 
Llnseld , Emily Sanders. SECOND ROW: Gayle 
Mason, secretary; Ed Delaney, Dave Koeninger. 
vice president; Terry I,. Scavella, Gary W. Clark. 
Doug E. Arnold. Sieve Hall. Harold I,. Latham. 
THIRD ROW: Greg Hedgelelh. Ron Iloltkamp, 
('liarley Gillispie, Allen W. McDavitt, treasurer; 
Tommy (^oomev, John Broot, Larrv Clark, presi- 
dent. Below: LAMBDA SIGMA OMICRON. 
FRONT ROW: Nancy Noland. Vielere Smith, 
Teresa McKinney. Rebecca Stephens, vice presi- 
dent, Frances Kennedy, president; Jackie Dunn, 
historian; Mary Harman, secretary. SECOND 
ROW: Jacqueline Larue. David L. Stapleton, Ina A. 
Coolsie, Meredith Yancey, Kalhy E. Wilt. Marney 
Ritchie, treasurer; Gloria Kidd. Jean Le(A)mpte. 
Marcia Grout. 





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Top: AURORA STAFF. Janet Jobe, Taylor G. Moore, Susan Nelson, 
Ken Gnllett, Ur. William Sutton, Dr. Gordon Browning. Above: The 
realities of the unknown iire put to poetry by the wandering thoughts 
of a student journalist. 



Aurora Marks 
Fortieth Year 



AURORA 1975 marked the 14tli ptiblication of 
Eastern's literary magazine. It was first published in 
1935 as a prodiietion of the (>anterl)ur\ Club, a 
society of Enujiish majors and minors, under the title 
BELLES LETTRES. By 1968, as part of a push to 
modernize the magazine and increase campus appeal, 
BELLES LETTRES became independent and 
changed its name to AURORA. 

Manuscripts of poetry, short stories, and creative 
essays, ail written by EKU students, were accepted 
for publication. In addition to the literary selections, 
AURORA, for tlic first time in recent years, featitred 
student artwork. Wliile Dr. William Sutton, a profes- 
sor of English and AUROR.A ailvisor, was on leave, 
Dr. Gordon Browning and Dr. Harry Brown served as 
acting supervisors for the student staff. Ms. Judy 
Wahlert, a sophomore art major from Greenville, 
North Carolina, worked as the art editor. 



Organizations/Student Publications 32.5 



Progress Features Contemporary Topics 



Under tlie editor,slii[) ut Deliiia Francis, the East- 
ern Prou;ress saw anotlier year filled with hope, as well 
as anxietv. During the year, the Progress took stands 
on such tojiics as dorm visitations, alleged censorship 
and the new law which gives students the right to see 
their records, as well as providing the universit\ coni- 
inunilx with campus and local news. 

One extensive assignment was a poll taken on 
cani[)us security. The poll indicated that it was the 
general consensus of the students that the securit\ 
was doing a commendable job. News coverage focused 
on campus, as well as off. Students were kept well 
informed on matters regarding state and national leg- 
islation and insiglit was given into the Richmond 
(^onimiinit\ , promoting luirmoiu i)(4ween the city 
and university. Full c(j\(Tagc was given to intercollegi- 



ate sports as well as intramural team sports. In Janu- 
ary, a special sports supplement was released. The 
EKU Colonels were praised for their football accom- 
plishments as they secured the Ohio Valley Con- 
ference Championship. The women's volleyball team 
gained fame and honor for its regional title. A new 
item was added to the Progress as the fine arts section 
presented a critique on current hits in a movie review 
each week. Fine arts was also the subject of an art 
supplement published first semester. The supplement 
contained a calendar furnishing dates and topics 
about the upcoming concerts and lectures to be spon- 
sored by the University Center Board. 



Bottom Left: Dclma Francis, Editor. Bottom Right: Jan Iltiisley, News 
Editor. 




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Left: JACKIE BUXTON, Managing Editor. Below: FAT WILSON, 
Sports Editor. Bottom Left: JULIE HOYT, Features Editor. Bottom 
Right: UAVE SWOFFORD, Business Manager; and DIANA TAYL(JR, 
Staff Writer. 




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Campus Rebirth Evident 
As Century II Begins 

Loukinu; alirad U> llic aclvaiiccmi'iils ul the cam- 
pus, the [jublication ol the fit't)-s('(oiKl Milestone 
recorded (he hirtli ot(lcntiir\ 11. llie staffers hejjan 
the task of rclalitii^ the cNciits of the \ ear through 
pictures and prose as tliev attended the fall workshop 
with staff members of Delmar Puldishing Company. 
Following the workshop came the tedious but re- 
warding job of working with Osborne Studios during 
|)icture sales as mone\ was earned to help fiiiaiiii' tlie 
book. Top ('(iitors learned new tecluiiques and ad- 
\ancements in yearbook journalism as they partici- 
pated in the fiftieth Associated Collegiate Press Con- 
ference in ll(jlh wood, Florida. 

The finished product did not appear at once. It 
began as an idea that took much patience and count- 
less hours of dedicated work. This hinged on the 
cooperation of the students for needed copy informa- 
tion, the photographers for the pictures and the staff 
members to combine the two to pr(j(luec the 1975 
Milestone. 

Editor David Sullivan brought the year to an end 
as he presented the first copy of the Milestone to 
Presidctit Martin and awarded such honors as out- 
standing section editor, staff member, and student 
photogra|)her at the annual awards banquet in the 
spring. 



MILESTONE STAFF. FRONT ROW: Benita Sabie, Diane Smitli, Sha- 
ron Christian, Ruth Didier. Cathy Carman, Kim Moore, Connie Hall, 
Sue Linnenkohl, Debbie Plummer, David Ramsay, Phil Koenig. Kathy 
Hensley, Janet Bielefeld, Sarah Gooch, Allen Engle. SECOND ROW: 
Dave Sullivan, editor; Lina Welch, Janet Smith, Dan Bennett, Allen 
Rader, managing editor; John Madras, business manager: Mariam Rigs- 
by, Peggy Jones, Sue Nelson, Cathy Morrison. 



Organizations/Student Publications 329 







Top: DAVE SII.MV \N. Editor. Left: Al.l.KN RADER. Managing Editor. 
■Above: JOHN R. MADRAS. BuMncs."; .Manager. 



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Top Left: BENITA SABIE, Honors Editor. Top Right: SUE NELSON, 
Academics Editor. Above: DEBBIE PLUMMER, Underclassmen Editor. 
Right: JANET SMITH, Organizations Editor. 




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Top: PHILIP KOEMG and K ATHY HEN'SLEV, Sports Editors. Above: 
CATHY CARMEN, Senior Editor. Right: CHERYL COMBS, Index 
Editor. 




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Photographic Staff 
Seeks Unity Of Effort 

Relatively utikiiuwii to stiidciits is the tremendous 
task required of Eastern's pholoi;raphic staff. The 
taking; and processing of the innumerable amount of 
prints required for the Milestone and Eastern Progress 
is a monumental undertaking. The photographers 
combined both skill and pati<'tue in order to relate 
the activities that must be, pietorialK captured to tell 
the stor\ of life at Eastern Kentuck\ I'liiNcrsitv. 

Although the effective size of the photographic 
staff was diminished, this year increased demand of 
photographic illustration resulted in the creation of a 
family style group able to function in a manner 
similar to that of a single entity. Tlu; symbiotic rela- 
tionship enalded the staff to develop a common style 
in which individuals invohcd disphiNcd creative tal- 
ents while working toward a common goal, that of 
producing qualit\' |)ublicalioiis in addition to other 
photographic j)rojects. 



Above: LARRY BAILEY, Pholo Editor. Left: PALIL LAMBERT, Pho- 
tofn'aphic Specialist. 



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Top: JEFF HAYES. Top Right: CHIP OSBORNE. Above: Billy Prath- 
er. Right: DAN QUIGG. 



Organizations/Student Publications 335 




Panhellenic Sponsors Greek Letter Day 



PAMIELLENIC COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Alfreda Rhea. Franci.^; 
Byrd. Nancy Bibelhauscn. vice president; Theresa Keeiie. secretary; 
Charlene Given. Bobbie Sammons, treasurer; Beth Bakos. BACK ROW: 
Sharon Cross. Jill Harbin, Panhellenic advisor: Judy Wahlert, Susan 
Sears, president; Dee Dee Gaines, Graeia Pope, Sandy Wooddell, Donna 
Moore. 



Paiiliclleiiic wa.s composed of two delegates from 
each of the eight recognized national sororities on 
campus. It was the central governing hodv for the 
sororities. From this group of delegates came the 
major decisions in organizing and carrying out the 
events of the year. Their accomplishments included 
the UNICEF Drive, the selling of candles for the 
School of Hope, and a Greek Letter Dav, co-s|)on- 
sored hy IPC. As in past years, members participated 
in the Hanging of the Greens at Christmas time. A 
campus wide dance Marathon to aid the Epilepsy 
Foundation was held in the Spring. They also corre- 
lated the beauty and simplieit) of the Miss Eastern 
Pageant. 

Panhellenic aided in sorority rush, both fcjrmal and 
informal. They provided for the registration of inter- 
ested girls, grade checks, and the plarniing of rush 
parties. 



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IFC Revises Attendance Requirement 



Resuming tlu'ir duties as tlie oigaiiiziiio; \)ud\ lor 
tlie t'lateiiuties, tlie liitert'raleniily Couneil improved 
its etfieieiiey vvitli a constitutional revision, requiring 
lor the first time, the president or vice president of 
each fraternity at each IFC meeting. 

Tlirough the efforts of the council and in conjunc- 
tion with the Panhellenic Council, a Grei^k council 
was formed consisting of all fraternity and sorority 
presidents. The council made significant achievements 
in the planning and coordinating of all Greek activi- 
ties and in compiling information for the printing of a 
Greek activities calendar. A committee was assigned 
the task of revising the intramural point system in 
t)rder to make the fraternity division of intranuirals 
more competitive. 



To add inrinili\c. the IFC awarded their annual 
academic trophy for the Spring semester, which goes 
to the fraternity with the highest grade point average. 
The Interfraternitv Council Academic Scholarship 
Award was also given U> the individual fraternity 
memher with the high GPA and service in extra 
curricular activities. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. FRONT ROW: Jose Griange, Mau- 
rice Sweeny, Mike Ross, Kevin Kuhns. SECOND ROW: Bruce Olin, Dan 
Custis, William Abernathy, Danny Stratton, Jeff Martz. THIRD ROW: 
Mike Conwav, Jeff Noyes. Joe West, David Stratton. Joe Redinger, 
John Moreland, George Stewart. FOURTH ROW: Keith Brown, Tony 
Sparks. Harold Friedly, John Greenwell. Dave Warner. FIFTH ROW: 
Mark Williams, John Foley, Steve Bailes, Bob Holloway, Tom Zimmer, 
president. BACK ROW: Keith Snyder, Kip Kemo. L. C. Stewart, Steve 
Dowd. 




Organizations/Greeks 337 




Alpha Delta Pi Active In Campus Events 



The local ADPi chapter, Epsilon Phi, began the 
year by sponsoring tlieir annual paddleball tourna- 
ment. Proceeds collected were donated to the Hu- 
mane Society in Lexington for the care of homeless 
animals. In other areas of community service, they 
joined in an all Greek effort to collect for UNICEF 
and in the sponsorship of an Indian child from Ne- 
vada. 

The social activities included the SAE County 
Fair, the Beta Football Tournament, the DU Bike 
Race, and Phi Delta Theta's swim meet. Once again, 
the sisters captured the overall trophy on Sigma Chi 
Derby Day. Also included in the activities was a 



Parent's Day held in INovember. Parents were honored 
at both the home football game and a dinner after- 
wards. A mixer with the Pi Guys and a festive formal 
in the spring brought a memorable year to a finale. 

Alpha Delta Pi, the first secret sorority for women, 
was founded May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan College in 
Macon, Georgia. Their feelings toward sisterhood are 
portrayed in their open motto, "We Uve for each 
other." Supporting the colors of azure and white, the 
sisters of Alpha Delta Pi have the lion as the symbol 
of their sorority aiid their flower is the woodland 
violet. 



338 Organizations/Grpeks 




KRONT ROW: Rebecca Parks, Frances Bird, Carolyn May, Mary Van 
Arsdall, Patricia Hurst. SECOND ROW: Janet Leigli^ Joanne i.epera, B. 
J. Schanen, Patti Wathcn, Mary L. Muir, Tonia Wigiit. Marcia Morris, 
Valerie Brothcrton. THIRD ROW: Lisa Branch, Brenda Beegle, Mary 
Hiisted, Margaret Cole, Jeannie Coyer, Buminial Griffiths, Pegg> Rack, 
Christ! Smith, Cathy Sevle, Ann Keith Burekley, Becky Schultz. Cindy 
Snowden, Gayle Skidmore, Jo Ann Griffey. FOURTH ROW: Kathy 
Sttirgill, Theresa Drenncn, Linda Deaton, Donna Wells, Justine Tharp, 
Diana Morris, Nancy Lott, Patti Muad, Pani Kuhni, Vicki Schieman, 
Marcia Bates, Ella Mae Kidwell, Kathy Conway. FIFTH ROW: Debbie 
Killam, Vicki Ruth, Pam Wagner, Karen Tinsley, Peggy Rambicure, Lyn 
Neely, Deborah Raymond, Mary Pam White, Deborah Moore, Debbie 
Troutnian, Sue Wilkins, Carol Crush, Debi Salmon, Donna Skoglund, 
Cathy Martin. 



Mary Husted, President; Rebecca Parks, Vice Presi- 
dent; Lynn Neely, Secretary; Carolyn May, Treasurer; 
Peggy Rambicure, Pledge Trainer; Sue Wilkins, His- 
torian. 




Epsilon Phi Chapter 
Founded: March 8, 1968 



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Alpha Gamma Delta Enjoys A Successful Year 



The Alpha Gams began an eventful year by en- 
gaging in the Sigma Chi Derby Day. Athletic accom- 
plishments included second place in the Alpha Delta 
Pi Paddleball Tournament and also second place in 
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon County Fair. Highlighting 
their activities, the Alpha Gams sponsored tiieir an- 
nual Softball tournament. The annual Parents Day 
was held in December which found the parents at- 
tending the Hanging of the Greens with the sorority. 
Throughout the year, Alpha Gamma Delta continued 
to raise money for Minimal Brain Dysfunction, their 



national altruistic project. 

Alpha Gamma Delta was formally recognized at 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, on May 30, 
1904 and is tiius entering its seventy -first year as a 
national sorority. The sorority claims as its symbol 
the squirrel, the colors are red, buff, and green and 
tiie flowers are red and yellow roses. Gamma Omi- 
cron, Eastern's chapter, holds two marks of distinc- 
tion — being the 100th chapter of Alpha Gamma 
Delta and also Eastern's first international sorority. 



340 Organizations/Greeks 




KRONT ROW: Bob Peterson, Janet Bielefeld, Fred Baker, Sally Mun- 
son, David Chastine, Karen Nicoulin, Phillip Koenig, Ginny Sutton, 
David Funke. SECOND ROW: Nancy Hastinss, Pam Brown, Nancy 
Sands, Melanie McDonald, Vickie Bright, Karen Shockley, Janet Harter, 
Cecilia Anello, Kathy Rufflev, Sherry Childers, Debi Harris, Robbie 
Bailey. THIRD ROW: Kristy' Phillips, Mary McKeiizic, Linda Hedge- 
cock, Cindy Miller, Konna Littrell, Geniene McKinley, Karen Estridge, 
Patty Reed, Jackie Daugherty, Jean Schubert, Janet Bryant, Maria 
Estes, Mindy Votaw, Karen Andrews. FOURTH ROW: Libby Potts. 
Tracy Bowman, Chris Rumpke, Lou Ann Roberson, Bobbie Wren. Katy 
Wilson, Susan Schrock, Kathy Hensley, Laurie Overmiller. Vickie Mc- 
Cray,Jean Huffman. 



Jean Schubert, President; Jean Huffman, Vice Presi- 
dent; Sherry Childers, Secretary; Cindy Miller, 7>ea- 
surer; Geniene McKinley, Pledge Trainer; Linda 
Hedgecock, Scribe. 




Gamma Omicroii Chapter 
Founded: October 26, 1968 



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Beta Nu Chapter 
Founded: April 25, 1971 

AKA Hosts Parties 
For Richmond Youth 

Along with planned parties once a month for the 
Richmond youth at the Race Street Community 
Center, for a scr\ace project, the Beta Nu Chapter of 
AKA also sponsored a student at the Richmond 
Model School by paving his tuition. The second an- 
nual Barbara Hunter Scholarship was awarded by the 
sisters in the fall. The award consisted of Si 00 given 
to a deserving Eastern student who acknowledged the 
need for financial aid. 

The sisters of .AkA received numerous trophies at 
their Regional conference held in Saint Louis, .Mis- 
souri. They concluded the year by hosting their fifth 
annual Miss Ebony Pageant. Judged on the basis of 
poise, talent, self-expression and creati\itY, the win- 
ner advanced to compete in the Miss Eastern Pageant. 

"By merit and culture" — this is the motto of the 
oldest black Greek-letter sorority. Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha. Founded at Howard University in Washington, 
D.C. in January, 1908, .Alpha Kappa Alpha is a Ufe 
member of the National Association for the Advance- 
ment of Colored People. The sorority has as their 
colors salmon pink and apple green and the flower is 
the tea rose. 




FRONT KOW : Damita Keed, Doima Robinson, Toni Smitli. SECO^D 
ROW: Virenda Cunningham. Mjcheic Walters. Vivian Poindexter, Lena 
Lyttle, Doreen Travis, Loreen Travis, Joyce Brown. THIRD ROW : Dee 
Dee Harris, Sharon Cross, Vicki Biichanon, Gaytiell Foreman, Denzella 
Smith, Kitty Smith, Barbara Lyttle, Edith Peake, Alfreda Rhea, Deb- 
orah Hodge, Dawn Craves. 



342 Organizations/Greeks 




Virenda Cunningham, Prestde/ii,- Dee Uee Harris, Vice 
President; Toni Smith, Secretary; Gaynell Foreman, 
Treasurer; Joyce A. Brown, Dean of Pledges; Michele 
Walters, Historian. 



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Chi Omega Entertain Faculty With A Tea 



The sisters of the (laninui Tlieta Cliapter of Chi 
Omega began the year with life and spirit as they 
constructed a Homecoming float with the Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity. Several annual events were held by 
the Chi O's. In October, each sister invited her favor- 
ite professor to a Faculty Tea. Chi Omega parents 
were honored at Parents Day in November. Alumnae 
Day, recognizing Chi Omega Alums, was held in Jan- 
uary. 

The sorority, joining with Plii Delta Theta Frater- 
nity, held various money-making activities to sponsor 
a child overseas. For another civic kindness, they 



collected in Richmond for the National Arthritis 
Foundation. Socially, Chi Omega held their annual 
winter and spring formals and hosted a "Supressed 
Desire" costume party. In athletics, they competed in 
numerous Greek events. The sisters also engaged in 
the Sigma Chi Derby, Theta Chi Rally Week, and KA 
Old South. 

Chi Omega, the first sorority establislied South of 
the Mason Dixon Line, was founded April 5, 1895, in 
Fayetteville, Arkansas. The sorority colors are cardi- 
nal and straw and the symbol is the owl. 



344 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Debra Elmore, Kathy Adams, Rhonda Shew, kart-n 
Roberts, Fran Childers, Connie Kane, Pam Conlin, Lona Brunker, 
Kathy Jo Black, Cathy jane Ritchie, Debbie Bonagura, Dorothy Ephng, 
Terry DeRonde, Gayle Bishop, Kim Chiaramonte. SECOND ROW: 
Anabcl Midden, Bobbie Sammons, Sharon Lightner, Robyn Marinelli, 
Becky Power, Kim Haney, Amy Poynter, Jil! Somogy, Maureen Ward, 
Sherrie Martin, Janet Knipple, Libby Slorp, Karen McCracken, Carole 
Riggs, Jackie Kidd, Debbie Fincel, Kim Osland, THIRD ROW: Kim 
Sneed, Lynn Moser, Nancy Wyaiit, Becky Losh, Linnette Penny, Sheri 
Booher, Carol Christian, Nancy Kessler, Karen Franck, Sue Perazzo, 
Sheila Easterday, Debbie Costello, Debbie Buck, Jane Anderson, Rose- 
mary Wilson, Teresa Hyatt, Mindy Manifold, Sherrie Sullivan, Tina 
Uanelak, Ava Hatfield, Carol Cole, Connie Parrish, Susan Steel, Marilyn 
Eby, Susan Sears. 



Debra Elmore, President: Becky Losh, Vice President; 
Slieila Easterday, Secretary: Robyii Marinelli, Trea- 
surer; Jackie Kidd, Pledge Trainer; Kathy Jo Black, 
Historian. 




Gamma Theta Chapter 
Founded: April 26, 1969 



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Delta Sigma Theta Holds Scholarship Dance 



Eastern's chapter, Eta Rlio, began the year by 
sponsoring their annual llobo Dance to welcome 
students back to school. A Sweetiieart Dance and 
ceremonies were also held to honor their Delta Dar- 
lings. As a service project, the Delta Sig's sponsored 
their annual Mr. Esquire Fashion Show to raise 
money for the Kidney Fund and Sickle Cell Anemia 
Chairities. The sisters also had a Christmas Party for 
the children of Saint jude's Hospital. In the spring, a 
Scholarship Dance was held to finance a scholarship 



to be presented the following year. The scholarship 
was awarded to a deserving freshman girl on the basis 
of scholastic achievement in her previous school work 
and her financial need. 

Promoting the ideals of scholarship, leadership, 
and service. Delta Sigma Theta was founded on Jan- 
uary 13, 1913, at Howard University, Washington, 
D.C. The sorority colors are crimson and cream and 
the symbol is the elephant. 



346 Organizations/Greeks 




KRONT ROW: Wynella Camp, Charles Lowery, Marilyn Loniax Byrd, 
James Epps, Jr. SECOND ROW: Damita Lewis, S. Clementine McCann, 
Donna Moore, Marie Carson. THIRD ROW: Terea Carter, Rubel Cald- 
well, Jr., Connie Mickens, Panielia Hawkins, James Higgins, Veronica 
Gayle. 



Veronica Gayle, President: S. Clementine McCann, 
Vice President; Wynella Camp, Secretary; Marilyn 
Lomax Byrd, Treasurer; Marie Carson, Dean of 
Pledges. 




Eta Rho Chapter 
Founded: May 9, 1970 



Organizations/Greeks 347 




Thetas Win SAE County Fair 



Athletic lienors iiiL-liided second place in both the 
Beta Theta Pi t'ootball tournament and the Phi Delta 
Thela swim meet. Thev also captured first place in 
the SAE County Fair. In the area of communit\ 
.service, the Thetas continued to give support to tiie 
National Institute of Logopedics for (Children with 
speech problems. Thev also made contributions to 
Muscular Uystrophy. and a donation to the Alumni 
Association. Willis Manor, in Richmond, was the 
.sc("iie of a Halloween Party given by tlie Thetas. The 
annual Parents' Weekend was held in November. Par- 
ents attended the football game and later enjoved 
dinner at Boone Tascrn. The winter formal was held 



at Tales Creek Country Club in Lexington and the 
year ended w ith the gala spring formal at the Round- 
tow ner in Cincinnati. 

Foinided January 27, 1870. at Asbur) University 
in Greencastle Indiana, Kappa Alpha Theta became 
the first Greek letter sorority for women. Flying their 
sv mbol of the kite, they support the colors of black 
and gold. Eastern's Delta I psilon Cha|)ter of Kapfia 
Alpha Theta earned high academic honors among the 
sororities as they recei\('d the scholarship award for 
the third consecutive time. 



348 Or<;anizations/Greeki 




FKUNT ROW: Lynn Myers, Karen Smith, Ellen Moeller, Sue Hunter, 
Pam Wasserman, Bonne Hopkins, Jenny Helton, Susan Wallace, Debbie 
BalUe, Judy Fields. SECOND ROW: Beth Morgan. Cathy CoUins, Jana 
Hoover, Sally Coaplen, Charlene Given, Candy Coldiron, Vicki Brake, 
Karel Wurtzbaoher, Linda Cooper. THIRD ROW: Geri Wise, Sue Wienl- 
jex, Libby Reeves, Peggy Evans, Roni Davis, Dee Dee Gaines, Kathy 
Eicher, Paula Howard, Margaret Bausch, Suzanne Wilkins, Marty Calla- 
han, Marv Lou LeLsinger, Karen Quail, Mancy Hundley, Jan Pollitte, 
Beth Wiliiams. KOURTH ROW: Sharon Wilson, Donna Osborn, Kim 
Parson, Cecily Holmes, Lynne Schalk, Karen Zaidan, Becky Albaugh. 
I'lFTH ROW: Marsha Wright, Connie Halbauer, Vicki Gatton, Rebecca 
Hanner, Anita Stevens, Cathryn Carman, Shelley McConkey, Teresa 
llolcomb, Lynn Stickling, Susan Marshall, Mary Lou Roesel, Sharalee 
Borst, Taryn Wells. 



Linda Cooper, President: Sally Coaplen, Vice Presi- 
dent: Mary Lou Roesel, Secretary; Margaret Bausch, 
Treasurer; Shelley C. McConkey, Pledge Trainer. 




Delta Upsilon Chapter 
Founded: .March 4, 1972 



Organizations/Greeks 349 




KD's Hold Annual Parents Day Celebration 



Eastern's chapter of kappa Delta, Delta Omicron, 
was involved in many campus-wide activities during 
the year. They participated in the Sigma Chi Derby, 
SAE County Fair, Phi Delta Theta Swim-Meet, Theta 
Chi Volleyball Tournament, TKE Basketball Tour- 
nament and KA Old South. 

Homecoming found tiie sisters joining with the 
brothers of Beta Theta Pi in bringing Jack and the 
Beanstalk back to life in their float which protrayed 
the theme of "A Storybook Victory". On the week- 
end of November 16 and 17, the sisters welcomed 
parents at their second annual Parents' Day which 
featured open house on the sorority floor followed 
by dinner at Boone Tavern. The pledges became in- 



volved by sponsoring the annual KD Dating Game in 
December. Kappa Delta's service activities included 
the sale of Christmas Seals for their national philan- 
thropy — the Crippled Children's Hospital in Rich- 
mond, Virginia. They also participated in a walkathon 
for a local charity, conducted a Valentine Party for 
the School of Hope and collected for Easter Seals in 
the spring. 

Kappa Delta was founded at Longwood College in 
Farmerville, Virginia, on October 23, 1897. They 
post the colors of emeral green and pearl white. Their 
flower is the white rose and the sorority symbol is the 
lady bug. 



350 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Pam Clifford, Debbie, Brach, Becky Collins, Cathi Jones, 
Cindy Fisher, Jan Doss, Coleen Kelly, Bridget Spaw, Valerie Ison, Sally 
Harrison. Bonnie Bowen, Trudy Huckins, Michelle Lorette, Pam Allen, 
Rhonda Goodall, Tern Ohntrup. SECOND ROW; Mike Burdette, Deb- 
bie Monaghan, Viki Basham, Denise Schroeder, Rila Sutphin, Jenny 
Wilson, Pamela Hoskins, Debbie Tygrett, Katie Krawiec, Denise Ormes, 
Beth Bakos, Donna Wilson, Kathv Roach, Debbie Badishian, Barbie 
Reiser, Sandy Wooddell, Pam Edwards. THIRD ROW; Tari Sloneker, 
Cheryl Combs, Connie Conibear, Ellen Hoskinson, Mary Beth Smith, 
Paulette Ross, Cindy Richardson, Emily Mulcahy, Vickie Eutz, Sandy 
Hatcher, jan Stacy.' FOURTH ROW; Laura Marshaee, Nikki Marasa, 
Theresa Boswell, Nancy Evans, Linda Buchanan, Harris Harpel, Debbie 
Carmicle, Janet Rowland, Vicki Mastniserio, Maureen Glouski, Patti 
Hisle, Rebekah Stlrreshley. Jennifer Frame, Ellen Bach, J ill Frey, Ellen 
TunneU. FIFTH ROW; Tonya Sallee, Viviane Madden, Julie Holbrook, 
Connie Kaiser, Dawn Crisp, Linda Kebbey. 



Becky Collins, President; Connie Kaiser, Vice Presi- 
dent; Cindy Richardson, Secretary; Kathy Roach, 
Treasurer; Karen Hamilton, Historian; Mike Burdette, 
Kappa Delta King. 




Delta Omicron Chapter 
Founded: December 11, 1968 



Orj;anization.s/Greeks 351 




Alumnae Picnic Welcomes Phi Mu's Back To Campus 



Eastern's Delta Chi Chapter was welcomed back to 
school in the fall by a picnic given by the local 
alumnae chapter. As the year progressed. Phi Mu 
entered the Sigma Chi Derby where they won first 
place in the float competition. They also took second 
place in the women's singles division of the Alpha 
Delta Pi Paddleball Tournament. They, Ukewise, par- 
ticipated in the SAE County Fair, the Beta Theta Pi 
Football, tlie TKE Basketball and Theta Chi VoUey- 
ball Tournaments. 

This year's service projects included Trick or Treat 
for UNICEF and tlie All-Greek Candle Sale for the 
School of Hope. In the spring. Phi Mu also held its 



own major philanthropy project — the second annual 
swim-a-thon for Project HOPE. 

Socially, Phi Mu parents were honored and enter- 
tained by the chapter's Washboard Band. The girls 
enjoyed a dance in Versailles and a winter formal at 
Greenbo State Park. The year was brouglit to a finale 
by the gala spring formal. 

Phi Mu, the second oldest sorority in the United 
States, was founded March 4, 1852, on the Wesleyan 
College campus in Macon, Georgia. Sisterhood, one of 
tiie major guidehnes of the sorority, is protrayed in 
their open motto, "Les Soeurs Fideles" — The Faith- 
ful Sisters. 



352 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Mary Lieser, Pam Wood, Pam Miller, Rebecca Cody, 
Peggy Riley, jeiuiy Meade. Lyiin Powell, Paula Barclay, Oliver J azzbow, 
Peggy Sharon, Pam Martin, Susaii Aton, Beth Stokes, Cyndi Reynolds, 
Cathy Shay, Tricia l.usenliop, Judy McWiUiams. SECOND ROW; 
Cheryl Green, Kathy Morgan. Dee Graham, Susaii Kenny, Linda Sparr. 
Kathy Lay ton, Theresa Keene, Teresa Taylor, Terrisa Thompson. Diane 
Phillips, Mary Henson. Vicki Linz. Cindy Etkm. Debbie Schneider, Lisa 
Lewis. THIRD ROW : .Sharon Stephens, Sue Cashdollar, Renee Denman, 
Ginger Ashlev, Jackie Ryan, Karen Winscher. Diane Morris, Terri Dur- 
kin, Susan Young, Cathy Landis. KOliRTH ROW: Helen Wigginton, 
Debbie Schock, Merry Lucketl, Patti Blank, Betty Mays, Becky White, 
Virginia Johnson, Margy McCarty, Mariaiin Melville, Janis McNulty, 
Debbie Lowmaii, Nancy Bogg.s, Kathy Smith, Jaynie Henderson. 
FIFTH ROW: Carol Shal'cr, Janeen Bryan, Su.san McQuady, Donna 
Welding. Nancy Bibelhausen. 




Patti Blank, President: Susan Kenny, Vice President: 
Becky White, Secretary: Cathy Shay, Treasurer; 
Teresa Taylor, Pledge Trainer: Debhie Schneider, 
Historian. 



Delta Chi Chapter 
Fotinded: April 14, 1973 



Organizations/Greeks 353 



ABT Sponsors 
Rocking Chair Marathon 

Alpli8 Beta Tau, the youngest fraternity on campus, 
became offically recognized in November, 1972. 
The fraternity was established to promote the develop- 
ment of agriculture, technology, and for the better- 
ment of young agriculturists. 

In the fall, by fertilizing the soil, transplanting 
trees, and sowing grass, Alpha Beta Tau engaged in 
land-scaping projects throughout the underdeveloped 
parts of Madison County. They also took part in 
all-Greek service projects including the annual candle 
sale for tlic Sciiool of Hope. As a fund-raising project, 
tlicy sponsored a Rocking Chair Marathon in which 
the participants attempted to break the existing 
world's record. .\Ithough the world's record was not 
broken, the winner of the marathon rocked 100 
hours and 1.5 miiuites. 




FRONT ROW: Bnice Olin. Michael Earlev, Jim Sams. Dan Watson, 
John Custis. SECOND ROW: Thomas H,' Ellingsworth, Douglas J. 
Eifert. 



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ABT 



Alpha Beta Tau 
Founded: November 14, 1972 



Bruee Olio, Prcsidcnl: Douglas J. Eii'ert, Vice. Presi- 
dciil; Mike Early, Secretary; Billy Bartle, Treasurer; 
Dan Custis, Pledge Captain. 



Or«anizalioiis/Grecks 355 




<* ^A. Pi 




Beta's Purchase Second Oldest Richmond Estate 



Beta Thcta Pi. fuundcd August 1, 1839, at Miami 
L luvtTsitN ill Oxford. Ohio, was tlic first national 
frati'rnit\ \m>| of the Allegheny Mountains. Clad in 
ttic folors of pink and blue and marching behind their 
syml)ol of the dragon, thcv produced more Rhode 
Scholars and more Who's \\lio"s in America than any 
other fraternitv. 

Tlie brolhers of the Delta Xi Chapter at Eastern 
opened the fall semester by purchasing a spacious 
white mansion, the second oldest estate in Richmond, 
for their fraternity hou.se. This year's ci\ic prt)iects 
for the Betas included a ■Sl.'iOO fund raising campaign 
for the Madison County and Kentucky As^ocialion 
for Retarded Children. The campaign includeil a bike 
cycloUuin in which riders were spon.sored by area 

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merchants. During Homecoming, the Betas [)rcscntcd 
their \(Msion of Jack and the Beanstalk b\ building a 
float with (he sisters of Kappa Delta. The brothers 
also held tlu'ir annual Homecoming football game 
with the Beta Alunnii. Athletic activities found the 
iM'otbcrs sponsoring a football tournament for East- 
ern's fraternities and sororities in wiiicli tliev placed 
second. Thev also won the cross countr\ e\ent in the 
l)U Bike Race., anil |)arlicipated in the TKE basket- 
ball and Phi Delta Thcta softl)all tournaments. Tlic 
fourth annual invitational basketball tournament for 
neighboring Beta Thcta Pi Chapters highlighteil the 
spring semester. 




FRONT ROW: B<.l)b) Wyiium, Micha<'l Mt-Fitrrcn. John R. Walliiigfoid. 
Mike Uarc, Tony Mi;l)ani<-L l,ari l.aVcrnc, IJoiig Wilson. SECOND 
ROW; l.ynn R. Johnson. Rick Rocsel, Ron Vohnering, Mike (Conway, 
David Ramsjiy, Dan AndiTs. Shclliy Kucdcrs. Mike McWhortor, Uurryl 
Turner. Chiek Melville, Jelf Moreman, Mike l.arkins, Randall Akers, 
Barry Meade. THIRD ROW: Daryl Marcum, Dune Dawkins. Bob Grun- 
er, Allen Ornner. Jaek Hode.s, J. R. May, Bob Riesenbeck. FOURTH 
ROW: I'hilip L. Meade. Larry Mak. Bob Peterson. Rick McQuady, Tim 
MeCubbin, Rod C.aines, Frankie Nunn, Jeff Noyes, Richard Whilaker, 
Alan (Tieek, Jackie Butler, Tom Knuehl. 



Mike Conway, President; Dune Dawkins, Vice Presi- 
dent; Bob Peterson, Secretary; Tim MeCubbin, Trea- 
surer; Randall Akers, Pledge Trainer; Shelley Lue- 
ders, Sweetheart. 



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Delta .Xi Chapter 
Foundeil: November 7, 1971 



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Organizations/Greeks 357 



DU Sponsors Sixth 
Annual Bike Race 



The Eastern Kentueky llniversity Chapter of Delta 
llpsilon hegan the year witli their sixth annual Bike 
Raee. Th(; oldest Greek-sponsored event on campus, 
the DL! Bike Race is conducted to foster better rela- 
tions among people of tlie Eastern Community. 
Homecoming proved to be exceptionally juhhant for 
the brothers as their fraternity sweetheart was cliosen 
first runner-up in the Homecoming Queen Contest. 
Homecoming w;is also the scene of Delta Upsilon's 
140th anniversary celebrated with a Founder's Day 
Dinner and dance in Lexington. 

In the area of civic kindness, the fraternity do- 
nated its time by seUing tickets to collect money for 
the Telford Community Center of Richmond. The 
brothers also manned a collection box in the Powell 
Grill for the Red Cross Fund Drive and participated 
in the cantUe sale for the School of Hope. Athletic 
involvements found the fraternity capturing second 
place in the flag football competition. They also 
participated in the Alpha Delta Pi paddleball. Tan 
Kappa Epsilon basketball, Theta Chi volleyball. Phi 
Delta Theta swim-meet, and the Alpha Gamma Delta 
Softball tournaments. Social events for the year in- 
cluded a dance before the Moreiiead football game 
and their annual spring formal. 

Since tiicir founding in 1834 at Williams College, 
Williamstown, Massaciiusctts, members of Delta Llp- 
silon have pledged to foster and encourage the pur- 
pose of higher education, promote friendship, diffuse 
liberal culture, advance justice and develop character. 
Following these guidelines and their motto "Justice, 
our Foundation", the brothers fly their colors of blue 
and gold. 




FRONT ROW: David Cluistecii, Dave Zonea. Comiie Kane, Olen Brake. 
Joe DeWitl, Robert Reese. SECOND ROW; Howard K. Gueroa. Jim 
Bob Michael, Keilh Brown, Mike Alley. THIRD ROW: Jack Burgos, 
Mike Klein, David Zimniernian, Waldon C, Wilson, Ted Kornhoff, Jay 
White, Brian Witt. Carl Spark.'*, Dwight Cornett. FOL KIH ROW: .^teve 
Carson, John Reed, Glenn Gilbert. Eddie Michael, Sain Sorrell, (iaviord 
Aker, Roger Cobb, Kevin Duke, Terry Wyatt. FIFTH ROW: Fred A. 
Perkins, Gary D. Lanning, Richard F. Spille, Joseph R. Hardy, Michael 
G. Edwards, Don Scott, William D. Brewer. Jr. 



358 Organizations/Greeks 










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Keith Brown, President; Glenn Gilbert, Vice Presi- 
dent; Steve Carson, Secretary; William D. Brewer, Jr., 
Treasurer; Joe DeWitt, Historian; Connie Kane, 
Siveetheart. 




Eastern Kentucky University Chapter 
Founded: November 13, 1970 



Organizations/Greeks 359 




Kappa Alpha Helps Renovate Old Richmond Jail 



Highligliling the year, tlie KA Order held its an- 
nual Old South Week which featured a chugging con- 
test, pig roast and the Girls Olympics. During Home- 
coming, the brothers held a reception and party in 
Danville. Lexington served as the site of their annual 
yuletide Christmas party. Numerous "keg" parties 
were also held througlioul the year at their advisor's 
farm. Tiie resoimding boom of tiie "KA" cannon 
showed the Delta Mu Chapter's support for Eastern's 
gridiron undertakings. 

In the area of community service, they aided the 



Madison County Historical Society in the renovating 
of the old city jail by making needed repairs, paint- 
ing, and polishing rough spots brougiit about by age. 
Possessing the ([ualities as exemplified in the life 
and character of General Robert E. Lee, their spiritual 
founder. Kappa Alpha Order has its origin at Wash- 
ington College, Lexington, Virginia, on December 18, 
1865. The fraternity, recognized by their colors of 
old gold and crimson have as their motto, "God and 
the Womanhood". 



360 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Dave Fugate, Keith Chambers. Stephen Stoess, Jeff 
McClore, Fred Fugate, Kevin Lett, Kirk Glasgow, Keith Schneider, 
Robert Rutledge, Steve Gray. Gary Fas.sler, SECOND ROW: Ken Bel- 
lamy, Lee Pruitt, Alaii Upton. Kim Cliairamonte, David Haydon, Phil 
Spickard, Beauchamp, Leo Midden. Jr.. Buzzie Midden, Steve Haydon, 
Ed Reilly. THIRD ROW: Jim Rhea, Geon Carver. Ron Semago, Lynn 
McClain, Don Lundblad. Dan Wilson, Ralph Senningcr. Ban7 .Stoess, 
James Barnett. FOURTH ROW: Cliff WiUiams, Bob Jasper. Jack Ral- 
ston, Kent Lanham, Alan Wells, Tyne Bardwell, Kim Owens, David 
Etheredge, Lee Martin. Kim Kemo. 



David Haydon, President; Dan R. Wilson, Vice Presi- 
dent: Gary Fassler, Secretary; Gene Carver, Treasurer; 
Kevin Lott, Historian; kiin Chiaranionte, Rose. 




Delta-iMu Chapter 
Founded: February 14, 1969 



Organizations/Greeks 361 




FRONT ROW; Maurice Sweeney, Raymon Wright, Marshall Lanier 
Bush, Charles Banks. SECOND ROW: Larry Smith, Michael Faulkner, 
Garland Higgins, Franklin Kennedy, Jose Grinage, William Abemathy. 



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Jose H. Grinage, III, President: William Abemathy, 
Vice President: Michael Faulkner, Secretary; Franklin 
Kennedy, Treasurer; Raymon Wright, Dean of 
Pledges. 



Eta \l|)ha Chapter 
Fouiulo.l: Xpril 14, 1973 



362 Organizations/Greeks 




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Kappa Week Promotes Fraternity Relations 



Eta Alpha, Eastern's Kappa Alpha Psi chapter, 
began its second year on campus by sponsoring their 
annual Hot Pants' Dance. Second semester was en- 
livened by their thiid annual Kappa Week. During this 
week, the brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi sought to 
promote their fraternity relations by exposing its 
many aspects to the University Community. Another 
feature of Kappa Week was the Guide Right Program. 
The purpose of this program was to encourage Rich- 



mond area children to develop an interest in higher 
education and to aid the mentaUy retarded. Kappa 
Week was climaxed by the Black and White Ball 
sponsored by the fraternity and the Kappa Alpha Psi 
Kittens. 

Kappa Alpha Psi was founded January 5, 1911. 
The fraternity colors are crimson and cream and the 
fraternity flower is the red carnation. 



Organizations/Greeks 363 




Omegas Show Concern For Blood Diseases 



As a service activity, the brothers of Omega Psi Phi 
conducted a "Voter Registration Drive" in September 
and aided at the elections during the November Pri- 
maiies. They also showed their concern for blood 
diseases as they contributed to the Sickle Cell Anemia 
Fund. Social activities for the year included dances 
for Eastern students and numerous Step-ins. 



Omega Psi Phi had its origin at Howard University 
in Washington, D.C., on November 17, 1911. Bearing 
their symbol of the crossed daggers, the brotliers post 
the colors of purple and gold. Eastern's chapter. Delta 
Sigma, worked throughout the year to fulfill their 
purpose of racial uplift through cultural achievement 
and inspiration. 



364 Organizations/Greeks 




James Higgins, Kayniond Hirikle, Slaii Whittlesey, Jaincs li. Sebrec, jr., 
)oe Weathers, James Epps, ]r., Tyrone llarbut, Bruce Hayden, Hubcl 
Caldwell, .Ir, 



Riibel Caldwell, Jr., President; James Epps, Jr., Vice 
President: James Higgins, Secretary; Joe Weathers, 
Treasurer; Stan Wliittlesey, Dea/i of Pledges. 




Delta Sigma Cliapter 
Fotinded: May 8, 1970 



Organizations/Oeeks 365 



tASTERN KENTUCKY 




Phi Delts Adopt Overseas Child 



The brothers of Phi Delta Theta again had a pros- 
perous year on campus. Social activities showed the 
Phi Delts joining with the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi to 
reproduce the chivalry of Sir Gallant and the Green 
Knight as portrayed in their float for Homecoming 
festivities. They also sponsored their annual Softball 
tournament and sorority swim-meet. Athletic honors 
came to the Phi Delts as they won the fraternity 
division of flag football. They too engaged in the 
competition of the TKE basketball and Theta Chi 
volleyball tournaments. Service activities included the 
adopting of a teenage boy in India. Money, for this 
purpose, was raised through a car wash with the 



sisters of Chi Omega. The brothers also participated 
in the March of Dimes Walkathon held in the spring. 
Other activities for the spring included a weekend 
camping retreat to Cumberland Gap and their annual 
spring formal staged at Natural Bridge. 

Dedicated to the principles of friendship and 
sound learning, Plii Delta Theta was estabhshed on 
the campus of Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, on 
December 26, 1848. Eastern's chapter is the Kentuc- 
ky Theta Chapter, the 16th chapter of Phi Delta 
Theta. Clad in fraternity colors of argent and azure, 
they support the open motto, "One man is no man". 



366 Organizations/Greeks 



■RSlTY COLONELS 





FRONT ROW: Joe West, Gene Budzonsky, John Robert Foley, Bob 
Bro^vn, Dennis Valentini, Jeff Pahn, Michael Lewis Lease. Steve Chne, 
Kim Mauntel, Steve Youngs, Kim Mack, Steve Nalbone. Mike Hall, 
Harold Friedly. Jr., Peter Louis Dima.s, James C. Foff. SECOND ROW: 
Roger A. Foley, Gary S. Watson, Rick Spriggs, Bruce Dickey, Michael 
Lee Fair, Billy Gene Folk, Leslie K. Booth, Jeep McFarlan, Keith 
Coatney, David C. Brandenstein, Michael M. Tucker, Bobby T. Lee, R. 
D. Bussell, Dan Wright 



Joe West, President; Leslie K. Booth, Vice President; 
Don Wright, Secretary; Bruce Dickey, Treasurer; Jeff 
Palm, Pledge Trainer: Kim Mauntel, Sweetheart. 



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Kentucky Theta Chapter 
Found.-d: April 26, 1969 



Organizations/Greeks .367 








Pike's Publish EKU Activities Calendar 



To uilcomc i^tiidciits batk to school in the fall, 
the Zrta Tan ( lia|)tcr of Pi kappa Alpha piiblislied 
thr official KKl aclivities cak-iular. The calendar 
pictures those fiirls wiio were finalists in the Pike 
Dream Cirl Cont<st. It also provides listings of cam- 
pus and eommunily events along with advertisements 
containing vital information for students. Other civic 
activities found the Pikes involved in the candle sale 
for the Scliool of Hope. The hrothers also partici- 
pated in the March of Dimes, which helped Pi Kappa 
Alpiia donate over $150,000 to the Jerry Lewis 
Telethon. 



Among the social events of the year were the 
Homecoming reception and party in Lexington which 
attracted the largest group of alumni ever. In the 
spring. Pikes held their fourth aiuiual Pikes Peak 
Week. They also honored th(>ir pan-iits at Parents Day 
and held their Bowling tournament to bring an event- 
ful y(;ar to an end. 

Founded March 1, 1868, at the University of Vir- 
ginia, (Charlottesville, Virgitua. Pi Kappa Alpha has 
risen to one of the top five national fraternities. The 
fraternity colors are old gold and garnet and the 
symbol is the fire truck. 



368 Orfsaiiizations/drccks 











FRONT ROW: Joe Bills, John Moreland, David Thciler, Mikf Billiter. 
Barry Staufffr, Mike Hancock, Steve Cosby, Handy Newton. SECOND 
ROW: David Warner, Mike Dennis, Catlii Jones, David Slratton, Bill 
Owings, Don Sabad, Bob Bulter, San White, Steve Beban, Steve Cox, 
Gary Sabad, B. J. Garner, Roc Irev, Tom Hockvvalt, Tom Zimnier. 
Herchel Milter, David Williams. THIRD ROW: Joey Biirch, Kraiik 
NanKiuell, Jim Korsytlie. Don Ricly, Greg Gibbs. KOIIRTH ROW: Van 
Nianoiiris, Jeff Sheets. Kevin Kuhens, Mike .'\ngcl, George Taylor, 
Wayne Crabtree. 



Davt; Warner, President: David Slratton, {'((■(' Presi- 
dent: Bill Owings, Secretary; Mike Dennis, Treasurer; 
Dan Sabad, Pledge Master: Mike Angel, Historian; 
Kathy Jones, Dream Girl. 




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Zeta Tau Chapter 
Founded: Februarv 14, 1969 



Organizations/Greeks 369 





Charles H. Colehour, President: Robert Elliiiger, lice 
President; Bob Salera, Secretary; David Rodgers, 
Treasurer; Mike Crane, PZedge Trainer: Darrell Bandy, 
Historian; Rose McFarland, Su'eet/jearL 



Kentucky Delta Chapter 
Founded: October 27. 1973 



370 Orgaiiizations/Greeks 




FROM! ROW: Mike Thomas, Mike Davis, Robert Forsberg, Jr., Jeffery 
Oster, Pamela M. Schilling, Michael Schilling. SECOND ROW: Charles 
H. Colehour, Sharon Lemaire, Steve Harbin, Janet Adams, Keith Rob- 
erts, Jill Harbin, John Douglas, Honi Left, David Rodgers, Kelvin 
Gorley, Bob Salera, Rick Perry, Rose McFarland, Lloyd Peniston, Jim 
Lehner, Mary McKenzie, Steve Mandt, Carol Crush, Sandy Costello, 
Peggy Lanham. THIRD ROW: Jeff Parks, Bonne Hopkins, Don Woos- 
ley, Bnice Whitson. Robert Bailiff, Charles C. Meade, Jack Samad, Alice 
Cannon, Bill Pesci, John Hettinger, Sheryl Livingston, Sally Thompson, 
Darrell Bandy. FOL!RTH ROW: Gary Wheeler, Bob Heyer, Rick Brown, 
Phil Osborne, Joe Dickerson, Emily Burke, Kurt Heyer, Greg Laumann, 
David Museek, Kelly Brady, Craig Caltharp. FIFTH ROW: Larry 
Woods. Scott Wonder, Tim Lanham, Steve Lentz, Jim Carr, Mike Crane. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon Holds 
Fifth Annual County Fair 

Kentucky Delta, Eastern's cliapter of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, sponsored its fifth annttal County Fair in 
November. Other social activities included the Home- 
coming Party held in Lexington and tiie Ciiristmas 
Party held at the fraternity house. In April, the 
pledges sponsored their aimual mini skirt contest. 
Both sorority and independent girls modeling skirts 
from a local clothing store competed to see who 
could wear the shortest skirt. 

Athletically, the fraternity took part in the Beta 
Theta Pi football, Theta Chi volleybaU, Tau Kappa 
Epsilon basketball and Alpha Gamma Delta softbaU 
tournaments. Service activities included the School of 
Hope Candle Sale and blood donations to the Red 
Cross Blood Mobile which were given in name of one 
of the brother's relatives who has a terminal disease. 
They also aided tlie Richmond area Jaycees in their 
annual honey sale. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, was established at the Uni- 
versity of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on March 
9, 1856. It was the only Greek fraternity founded in 
the South prior to tiie Civil War. Flying the colors of 
old gold and royal purple and with the violet as their 
flower, SAE is nationally known for having the larg- 
est number of active members of any Greek organi- 
zation. 



Organizations/Greeks 371 




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Charities Receive Donations From Sigma Chi 



Civic activities showed combined efforts of Sigma 
Chi and Chi Omega as they aided the 1974 Madison 
County Arthritis Fund Drive. Both groups volun- 
teered as door-to-door collectors for parts of Rich- 
mond. Wallace Village, Sigma Chi's national charity 
received donations from various projects of the fra- 
ternity. The brothers participated in various athletic 
events which included the DV Bike Race Beta Thcta 
Pi Football tournament. 

The painted windows of sorority floors, spirit 
protrayed in songs sung by sororities at the Sigma Chi 
house, and the chase to obtain a derby from one of 
the brothers characterized the festivities of Sigma Chi 
Derby Week. These events pointed toward the games 

372 Ort;aiii/.aliotis/Greoks 



of Derby Day which for the first time were held at 
the Sigma Chi house instead of on campus. Other 
social activities included the Sweetlieart Ball held in 
honor of the Sigma Chi Little Sister organization, the 
Little Sigma's, and the annual spring formal. 

Since its founding in 18.5.5 at Miami liniversity in 
Oxford, Ohio, Sigma Chi has believed in the principle 
that true strength lies in the well rounded develop- 
ment of individual character. Eastern's Eta Alpha 
Chapter portrayed this belief as they completed an- 
other successfid year. Behind the symbol of the white 
cross and clad in the colors of blue and gold they 
have as their motto, "In this sign you will conquer." 




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FRONT ROW: Karen McCracken, Bobby VanNatta, Danny Mulvaney, 
Ronnie "Smokey" Bottom, Bill Wilson, Chuck Hall, Trudy Huckins, 
Kim Bennings, Jackie Kidd, Ellen Tumiell, Steve Dowd, Mike Eaves, 
SECOND ROW: Kevin Campbell, Debbie Tygrett, Bruce Sleven, Linda 
Graham. Laura Marshcll, Debbie Badishian, Tom Fritz, Gordon Green, 
Marcia Morris, Becky Collins, Darrell Hale, Joe BartoUitti. THIRD 
ROW: Pam Clifford, Larry E. Sills, LIrshell Smitli, Jim "Shoey" Scho- 
maker. Viviane Madden, Charlie Matthews, Bob Moore, Connie Kaiser, 
Clay Bishop. Hal White, Brenda Beegle, Mary Husted, Robert E. Woods, 
Celeste Yeager, Nancy Phillips, Danny R. Ellis, Paulette Ross, Dennis 
Knocpfler, Carole Riggs, Jerry M. Kirk, Sherrie Sullivan, Steve Ross, 
Kathy Adams, Rocky Gibbs, Rita Sutphin. John B. Greenwell. 



John B. Greemvcll, President; Bob Wheeler, Vice Pres- 
ident; CharHe Matthews, Secretary; Hal White, Trea- 
surer; Clay Bishop, I'ledge Trainer; Marshall Howard, 
Historian; Rita Sutphin, Su'ee^/ieari. 




Eta-Alpha Chapter 
Founded Januarv 11, 1970 



Organizations/Greeks 373 




Sigma Nu's Initiate At National Headquarters 



Tins year Sigma Nu participated in several events 
involving the inner-Greek system, the community, 
athletic spirit, and the entire campus. Members of 
Sigma Nu brought home honors at the SAE Coimty 
Fair by winning the cider drinking contest. They also 
placed first in the DU Bike Race, and are now campus 
champs in the Intramural-Tiig-of-War. 

The brothers also initiated trips across tlie country 
for themselves and Eastern. In October, a trip to 
Lexington, Virginia, Sigma Nu's national headquar- 
ters, was the site of initiation of nine new brothers. 
The traditional 200-mile bike ride to Western Ken- 



tucky University took the brothers to cheer on the 
Colonels in tlie fall football battle. They also hosted 
tiie annual Power Puff Football Game, participated 
in a Senior Citizens Halloween Party, and tlie Hanging 
of the Greens. 

Based on the "ideals of love, honor, and truth," 
Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute 
on January 1, 1869. Supporting the fraternity colors 
of gold, black, and white, the initiation of Theta 
Theta Chapter of Sigma Nu saw the first local Greek 
social fraternity at Eastern Kentucky University be- 
come a member of a national organization. 



374 Organizatioiis/Gre-cks 




FRONT KOW: Ricky Bastiii, Joel Goodin, Sieve V. M. Thompson, 
John Hefferman, Jim Cole, Michael Riddle, Mark Lozier, Harrison Orr. 
SECOND ROW: Stewart Napper, Robert Royalty, Bruce Beard, Don 
Waldorp, Richard Mines, Paul L. Gibbs, Don Williams, Les Beebe, Paula 
Stoltz, Bill Young, Darriel Richardson. THIRD ROW: Tom Mangus, 
Mark Maddox, L. C. Stewart, Steve Bailes, Sue Stuart, Pat Barclay, Greg 
Schmitt, Cliff Belden, William 11. Whittaker, Joe Cencone, Jane Harris, 
John Westerfield, Adrienne Lennart. Kevin Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: 
Gary W. Back, Diane Morri.s, Becky Cody, Pam (James, Hal VonSick, 
Steve Bryant, Mark Pulliam, Bobby Gullette. FIFTH ROW: Gar\ New- 
ton, Marty Baker, Rick Hoffman. SIXTH ROW: David TrudeU, Jeanne 
Rehkamp. 



L. C. Stewart, President: John Heffernan, Vice Presi- 
dent; John Westerfield, Secretary; Mel Blevins, Trea- 
surer; Dan Bisig, Pledge Trainer; Richard Hines, His- 
torian; Chris Runipke, Sweetheart. 




Theta-Theta Chapter 
Founded: April 26, 1970 



Organizations/Greeks 375 




TEKES Receive Most Improved Chapter Award 



The Mil Beta chapter, which has the largest iiiirn- 
ber of fraternity members on campus, began an event- 
ful year with a community service project at White 
Hall Stale Shrine by working at their i.abor Day 
Weekend Celebration. They also sponsored the pro- 
viding of desk blotters for each student to welcome 
them back to school. In the spirit of Christmas, the 
TEKES sponsored their annual Christmas Candle 
Sale. Athletically, the brothers participated in all in- 
tranun'al sports and sponsored their ainnial basketball 
tournament. 

Social events included the fourth amuial Home- 
coming celebration at the Barn Dinner Theater, where 
they received the award for the most improved TKE 



chapter presented by one of their national officers. 
They also had tiieir annual Parents Day and Awards 
Banquet. The brothers topped off a successful year 
with their annual Red Carnation Ball held at Carter 
Caves Resort State Park. 

Since its founding in January 10, 1899, at Illinois 
Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon has grown to be the largest social 
fraternity in number of active chapters. The primary 
symbol of the fraternity is the equilateral triangle 
representing the first three chapters in TKE. Posting 
the colors of cherry and gray, the brothers have as 
their motto, "Tau Kappa Epsilon. The Fraternity for 
Men, the Fraternity for Life." 



376 Organizations/Greeks 




KKOINT ROW: Janet Bryant, Ginny Sutton, Don Jasper, Debra Elmore, 
Daniel Stratton, Mike Tovvnsend, l,yiin Myers, Fred Barnott, Chris 
Puffer, Bob Colaeello, Dave Sullivan, Keith Buehner, Sharon Wilson, 
Bill Adams, Susan Abdon. SECOND ROW: Kathy Hensley, Grenda 
Seller, Ron Seiter, Ben Trees, Peggy Appendfelder, Jim Overmiller, 
Laurie Overmiller, Cheryl Combs, Darla Vogelsang, Mark Mann, Ken 
Wartslagcr, Susan Scott, Carol Christian, Connie Fargo, Martha Best, 
Jerry House, Bill Walters, Cheri Puma, Frank Zuccala, Gerry Pickerell. 
THIRD ROW: Karen Shockley, Georgette Perry, IJbby Slorp, Sandy 
Overbee, Connie Vest, Mary Muir, Ruth Malone, Carla Quinn, Dave 
Davis, Ava Hatfield, Tim Hall, Cathy Collins, Marty Callahan, John 
Garnet, Greg Kiracofe, Connie Parrish, Cindy Newcom, Bob Moffet, 
Tom Edwards, Jayne Henderson, Joe Drermen. FOURTH ROW: Phill 
Koenig, Carolyn Lyemance, Dwayne Marcum, Lonnie Bettle, Rick 
Campbell, Earl Cody, John Madras, joe Redinger, Jim Keller, Dave 
Horton, Susan Shevelov, Linda Griffin, Tony Kirby, Tom Fisher, Jodi 
F'ox, Debbie Buck, Rick Moore, Steve Maffet, Dave Taylor, Sharon 
Stephens, Ed Heller, Mary Fuller. FIFTH ROW: Bob Mueller, Tom 
Linneweber, Terry Stoddard, Jim Cropley, Toby Robinette, Jeff Cole, 
Dennis Clement, |eff Wells, Rick Patrick, Gary Stayton, Orien Yates, 
Herbie Woodruff. SIXTH ROW; David Funke, Steve Flint, Mike 
Leopard, Evan Hagan, Rick Bottoms, Jim Laboda, Roger Deaii. 

Danny Stratton, President: Ron Seiter, Vice Presi- 
dent; Dave Sullivan, Secretary; Tom Edwards, Trea- 
surer; Jim Overmiller, Pledge Trainer; Dave Taylor, 
Historian; Debbie Elmore, Sweetheart. 




Mil Beta Chapter 
Founded: February 14, 1969 



Organizations/Greeks 377 




Theta Chi Wins SAE Fair Second Year In A Row 



The Eta Beta Chapter began the vear on a positive 
note by winning the SAE County Fair for the second 
year in a row. In other fall activities, paper drives, 
basketball boimce-a-thon, and pop bottle collecting 
characterized Theta Chi's second annual "Rally 
Week" held for the Red Cross, Arthritis Fund, and 
Muscular Dystrophy charities. They also held their 
traditional basketball tournament for the neighboring 
chapters of Theta Chi from the University of Ken- 
tucky, Morehead State University, University of Cin- 
cinnati, and Miami University of Ohio. In the spring, 



the brothers held tlieir fifth annual "Grape and 
Grain" party, a Spring Formal at the Gait House m 
Louisville, and the annual Parents Day which was 
climaxed with a dinner at the Holiday Inn. 

Founded to strengthen friendship and honor. 
Theta Chi had its origin on April 10. 18.56 at Norwich 
University, Norwich, Vermont, \\itli the red carna- 
tion as their flower and supporting the colors of red 
and wliite, the brothers have as their motto, "Theta 
Chi for Alma Mater and Alma Mater for Theta Chi." 



378 Organizations/Greeks 




FRONT ROW: Tom Knight, Steve Poster, Tom Elliott, Kevin Rawlings, 
Jeff Martz, Bruce Copley. SECOND ROW: Gary Griffith, Sheila Eas- 
terday, John L. Burton, Craig T. Hafer, L. Kenneth Kuiizman, Mike 
Stickling, Bob McWilliams, Tim Thompson, Tim Griffin, Noe Longoria. 
THIRD ROW: Jeff Duncan, Steve Raabe, George H. Stewart, Jr., Mark 
A. Fisher, Herb Sheetinger, Dave Wagner, Bill Meade, Ritchie Hall, 
Frank Johnson, Jeff Harden, Bill Pickell, Larry N. Speck. FOURTH 
ROW: Bob DeCurtins, Rob Miller, Steve Moak, Marshall Colon, Kevin 
Green, Rex Fannin, George Brendlcy, Richard Smith, Sanford Rice. 



Jeff Martz, President: George H. Stewart, Jr., Vice 
President; Tom knight, Secretary.- Craig Hafer, Trea- 
surer; Herb Sheetinger, Pledge Trainer; Frank John- 
son, Historian; Sheila Easterday, Dream Girl. 




Eta Beta Chapter 
Founded: April 10, 1971 



Organizations/Greeks 379 



Greeks Execute Many 
Facets Of Rush Week 

M;iii\ ('\|i('(iatiiins ami npiiuilunilics avsailcil s(ii- 
dents as (Iicn arri\cil on rani|)ii> lor the lirsl tiriii' or 
rctiiriK'd lo contiiuir llu'ir rdmation. \iiioiiii llicsc 
miincroLi^ o|)|iorluni|ics was found tlir :id\ anlaj^c of 
(irrck l.ifr. Till' (ircck S\ >li'in a( Ka^lcrri cun.^istcd of 
liiiili'iii fralcrnilics and ciuiil sororities. 

(iri'ck rn>li saw a sliaip ri>e \n lite nniidier of 
inlerr>lcd riishees. After se\rral inonllis of |)lanninjj, 
and hard work rush he^ian a> (hr (ireeks rnterlaiiie(l 
the new |i(o|)le takinii a look al lh<' (irrek sNslcni. 
Skil>. >niokcrs. |irrfererii-e parties and the nii'rlin^of 
hundrrds of new lace> all eharaclerized rush aili\i- 
tio. \lllioujih rush linicli<Mis were found lo he 
rroudcd and licclic. Ihe i)rutiiers and sisters enju\ed 
ihc ixrilrnicnl ihal ranie witii tiie aeceptanee (d hids 
lo join. Fur after all was over. 133 women and 171 
men had joined in the life uf Greeks. 



Right: Minnie and Mickey Mousf entertain Chi rushees duriii»i festive 
sorority rnsli week. Below: Omesas add to rush activities with llieir 
i|]ii<ine Step-ins. Bottom Right: Ellen Bach, Pam Clifford, and Rchekah 
Easterley entertain with the harmonizing times of yesteryear diiriiiji an 
evening aboard the Kappa Delta Showboat. 






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380 Organizations/Greek Life 




Left: \t Ihr Alpha (^amV (^annual Party, Jam-t llarlcr n-vi-als the 
mystiTics of the unknown to (lie intrigued ru.shecs. Above: Sigma Nu's 
hold a smoker for interested men, and Little Sis, Jane Harris is on hand 
to answer questions. Below; (Maeking of wooden blocks, kazoos, and 
Ihe luiniminu sounds of the hand saw all so together to form the Phi 
\lu \\ a^h Board Band as lhe\ join in riisli weik aetn ilies wilh .111 old 
fashion country jamboree. 




Organizations/Greek Life 381 



Competitive Livelihood Enhances Greek Activities 



Tlic Annual Sigma Chi Derbv capped off a Wfek of 
events which Inckided a final dav of competitive 
activities. The sisters of several of the sororities com- 
peted in such e\ents as Spirit Award, Zipper Stripper, 
and a search for sororit) medallions in a trouo[h of 
mud. Julie Holbrook of Kappa Delta rei<ined as Derby 
Queen and the KDTs won the Spirit Award. At tlie 
close of the da) the sisters of ADPi were found 
capturing the overall award for activities. 

Greeks also en)o^ed another year of tlie SAE 
County Fair. The sororities and fraternities sponsored 
booths which included such events as egg throwing, 
pie tliruwing. and ring toss. The winning booth was a 
kissing booth sponsored by Chi Omega sorority. The 
fraternity and sorority \\inning the overall trophic^s 
for the fair were Tiieta Chi and Kappa Alpha Tlieta 
respecti\elv. 

For the sixth straight year Delta L psilon held tlieir 
Bik{> Race. Such events as free stxle. maratlion. and 
triiNiling prtived to be \er\ exasperating to the par- 
ticipants. Sigma Nil won the o\erall tropin. 

Right: Sigma Nu Bill Whittaker is determined to make hif way to the 
finish hne during one of the numerous events of the Sixth Annual DL 
Bike Race. Below: Behind the partial protection of "chicken wire. 
S.AE pledges await a showering of eggs at their booth entered in the 
County Fair. 



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Top Left: Alpha Gama pledge Janet Bielefeld looks for advice from her 
coach as she digs in the mud for her treasures on Derby Day. Top 
Right: Dede \\ illiams is assisted as she climbs out of the ADPi rocket 
which was entered in the Sigma Chi Derby Float Contest. Left: Al- 
though smeared with cream these KDT s seem to enjoy being the 
targets in their pie-throwing booth at the S.AE County Fair. Above: 
Enthusiastic Debbie Tygrett leads the KD's in the Spirit Contest during 
Derby festivities. 



Organizations/Greek Life 383 




Involvement Exemplifies 
Spirit Of The Greeks 

KiijoN inji life lo the lullfst is one of (he goals of a 
(jrcck orgaiiizutioii. Spirit was one of the outlets at 
whirh this mcdiuin uas obtained. The juiiiing togetli- 
er of the brothers and sisters to support Eastern at 
athletic events eertairdv showetl that th<' Greeks do 
ha\i' spirit. From the making ol rock shakers to 
forming a tunnel for the loolbail team at their final 
OVC game, (ireeks portraxed to e\er\one their zest 
and pleasure of living and working togetlier. 

There are all kinds of ways to expn'ss to otliers the 
spirit one feels. Through the use (d" many facial ex- 
pressions and aiding of the cheerleach^rs. Greeks 
added a lot to the school year. But tujt (Jidv b\ this 
means do Greeks stop at supporting Eastern, they 
enhance its image to the Kichmond community by 
doing volunleer work, iharity fuiul ilriv<'s. ami spon- 
soring of e\ents for underprivileged children. That 
spirit is utilized in both l<'isure time and work to 
enjoy life as a Greek. 



Top: AKAs generate sehool spirit as they eheer Eastern on to a vietory. 
Right: Beta's and KD's triumphantly raise llieir lla^s after Kaslern s 
exhilarating win over Morehead. 



384 Organizations/Greek Life 




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Above: The anxieties and anticipation of football are shown on the face 
of these supporting students as Eastern makes another crucial move to 
gain yardage. Left: After the all night bike ride to carry the game ball 
to Bowling Green, Sigma Mu Mel Elevens gets close to the action as 
Eastern and Western match gridiron forces. Below: With noisemakers in 
hand, the TEKE's anxiou.sly await the final moments of the victorious 
Morehead game which granted Eastern the O.V.C. (Championship. 




Organizations/Greek Life 385 





Top: Burger King salutes advancements of Eastern's Greeks by display- 
ing fraternity and sorority paddles. Above: The artistic abilities of 
Pike's and Chi s bring to live those storybook victories for Homecom- 
ing festivities. Right: Sigma Chi's make necessary preparations for 
Derby Day to be held at their house for the first time. 




386 Organizations/Greek Life 





Individuals Satisfy 
Their Diverse Interests 

The unity of Greeks was evident when called 
upon, but the diversity of each group came out when 
competition was encountered. The groups were very 
unique and different in their lifestyles and general 
attitudes. It seemed that il was the diversity of each 
group in which an independent could find a home 
within the Greek system. The contests, the parties, 
the work, and the memories of college days were 
always noticeable wiien rapping with the Greeks. 



Above: Finishing touches arc added to the ADPi and Phi Delt float as 
Greeks add color and beauty to the Homecoming Parade. Left: Alpha 
Gam Cccila Anello, determined and contented, rocks away the hours as 
she tries to break the world's record in the Rocking Ghair Marathon 
sponsored by ABT. 



Organizations/Greek Life 387 



Experiences Form 
Life-Long Memories 

Festivities, accidents, and sports all added to the 
happenings in the lives of the fraternities and sorori- 
ties. The Crimson and Cream Ball topped off a festive 
Kappa Week. Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi. this 
event included such things as step-ins, displays, and 
other social activities. 

Many atliletic events were sponsored by the 
Greeks throughout the year. From football to paddle- 
ball, the brothers and sisters, enjoyed the fun in- 
volved in each event. The monevs from these events 
were donated to charities. Intramural sports also pro- 
vided a relief from tlie everyday hassels encountered 
in life. 



Right: Intraimiral Flag Football is enjoyed by rivaling Greek members 
as this SAE quarterback finds himself in a sudden state of indecision. 
Below: After a mid-morning tear gas attack TKE residents find airing 
the mattresses and deodorizing the house a time consummg ordeal. 





388 Organizations/Greek Life 



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Top Ob^e^^ers \\e\\ Kappa Alpha P i a p rtra\ d in a showroom 
during Kappa Week \ tiv itie Right Pikes under tand the importance 
of good engine maintenance for their firetruck in anticipation of those 
surprise rally days. Above: TKE safety Frank Zuccala obstructs a DU 
goal attack in fierce intramural soccer competition. 



Organizations/Greek Life 389 






EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 



CLASSES OF 1975 



CENTURY II 







/ 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Calln Slia\. Imisurer. \li( k\ 
\lill>, /ircsirfcii;. lIcilK Ilarl. rice iircxidfiit. 




Seniors Return For Final Year 



Rdniniscing the tliree years gone by and anticipat- 
ing with great expeetations tlie year to come, tiic 
1974 Senior Class returned for their final and most 
important year. Mixed feelings of sadness and rejoice 
were felt among them as the realization of graduation 
became a rcahtN . 



Finally, on May 11. 1975, the Senior Class met as 
a unified bo(l\ as tlicv received tlieir college diploma, 
the coveted symbol of four ) (^ars endurance and 
determination. An unforsecn. i)ut o|)tomistic future 
awaited these \oung ailuits as thc\ emi)arked upon 
the road of life. 



392 Seniors/Class Officers 




Jill, M. Altl'.dl r.CiiKirinali. Ohio 

B.A. I'olitual Suc'iHc 
GEOKGb; KENNKTH ABNKV, l!i, IiuhhiiI 

B.S. Physical Education 
JOSEPH T. ABNEY, Irvine 

B.S. Pliy,sical Education 
C.VTOLVN CIIANDLEK AUAMS. Daylon, Uluo 

B.S. Dietetics 



RICHAKD HAROLD ADAMS, Loui.-ville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
RUTH CALICO ADAMS, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elemi'nlary Education 
STEPHEN MARTIN ADAMS, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
STEPHEN MKTIAEL A(JE, Louisville 

B.B.A. (lerieral Business 



DAVID SUTHERLAND AIKEN, Sanlord. Honda 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JEFFERY LYNN AKERS, Grati.s, Ohio 

B.S, Industrial Education 
RANDALL AKERS, Elkhorn City 

B.S. Physical Education 
R0(;ER WILLIAM ALCORN, Whitley City 

B.S. Public llcaltli 



JUDY JEAN ALEXANDER, Danville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
KEITH STUART ALEXANDER, Louisville 

B.B.A. Economics 
KAREN ALLEN, Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
PAMELA LEE ALLEN, Wilmmgton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



PAUL HOWARD ALLEN, Richmond 

B.A. Broadcasting 
REBECCA SNOWDEN ALLEY, Wmchestei 

A.B. French and English 
GEORGE A. ANDERSON, Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration Finance 
CECILIA ANELLO, Springboro, Ohio 

B.S. Special Education 



PATRICIA J. ANGELL, Hornell, New York 

B.S. Nursing 
NORMAN E. ARELACK, Henderson 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
EARLENE W. ARNOLD, London 

B.M.E. Music 
NANCY J. ARNSPARGER. Pleasureville 

B.S. Nursing 



FAWN ASBIIRY, Louisville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
EBBA LOLISE ATWOOD, Shelby ville 

B.S. Physical Education 
LAURA JANE AVERILL, Lancaster, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
ANTHONY ALNA AYETTE, Greenville, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Seniors/Abb-Aye 393 



Warm Weather Draws Artists Outdoors 



ANNE SHANNON BACON. Damillr 

K.S. Rfliabililaliim Education 
DEHOKAH ANN IJA1)ISHIA^. ilaslmnnk lleichls. Newjerscv 

B.S. Eli-iiicMtar\ ajid Spt-cial Edijc aliuii 
CATHERINE. lOVCE BAKEU, Mocirit Vt-rnon 

B.A. loiiriialisni 
DENISE ELAINE BAKER. Laura. Olm. 

B.\LE. and l',M. Mnsie 



DOR \ NELLEEN BAKER. Ihll^boro. Ohio 

A.B. Ensli.sli 
KATHLEEN BAKER, Emint-nce 

A.B. Eiisli.-^li 
LINDA KATHEKINE BAKER, Covington 

B..'^. .'^peftli Palliolog\ and Audiologv' 
EU\\INN\ R. BALDWIN. Paintsvilli- 

B..-^. Publu Health 



ROBERT MICHAEL BALDWIN. I'anilsvilk- 

A.B. Historx 
MARTHA DICK BALH)l . Pmblo 

B.S. Honii- Ei-ononnis Educaliun 
BARBARA C. BARKER, Eorc^l Hills 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
JAMES LANt:A,STER BARLOW . JR.. Lc.\iiigton 

B.B.A. General Busines.s 



JEANNA LORENE BARNARD. I'ikcidle 

B.S. Math 
PATSY C. BARNES, Irvine 

A.B. Social W'ork. .\.\. Law Enlorcement 
JEEEERV LEE BARNETT. C.alianna. Ohio 

B.S. EIenientar\ Education 
LINDA CAROL BARNETT. Louisville 

B.S. Vocational Rehabilitation 



MICHELLE MARIE BARONDICK. Lebanon. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Physical Education 
GEORGE ONEILUS BATES, Richmond 

B.B.A. Data Proces,sing 
MARVIN THOMAS BATTE. Cynthiana 

B.S. .Agriculture 
VICKI LYNN BAYES, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enliircement 



STEPHEN LEE BEBA.N, Mount Clemens, Michigan 

B.B.A. Business Management 
LESLIE A. BEEBE, Syracuse. New York 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JOHN ANDREW BEGLEY, Sprmglield 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
DEBORAH JUHL BELLAMY, Cirdeville. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



KENNETH CHARLES BENDER. Neptune, New Jersey 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MONA REM lILNini II RLNIlLK. Stanford 

B.S. Hon,, f ,..,,. .1 f ,l,„.iiion 

LINDA SI L l;LN\f I I. H.ul.onrville 

B.S. Child Development 
JOSEPH P. BERNER, Dayton. Ohio 

B.B..\. Accounting 









394 Senior.s/Bac-Ber 




Kastcrn's ravine provides a conducive atmosphere tor aspiring 
art students. 




SUSAN I. BEKNEK, Dayton. Ohio 

B.S. Nursing; 
PAUL LEWIS BERKIEK.JR.. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement. A.B. Sociology 
ANITA LOUISE BEKTRANU, MouUi Card 

B.S. Business Education 
KOBEKT .JOSEPH BERTRAND, JR., Mount Holly, New Jersey 

B.S. Agriculture 



MARSHA ANNE BILGER, Bellevue 

B.S. Psychology and Social Work 
SANDRA SMITH BINGGELI, Erie, Peuiusylvania 

B.S. Nursing 
NANCY ELIZABETH BIRD, Eort Wayne, Indiana 

B.A. History and Social Science 
CLAY MASSEY BISHOP, Manchester 

A.B. Political Science and History 



LORETTA WELLS BIVENS, Taylorsville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DOUGLAS KEVIN BLACK, Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
GEORGE CAREY BLACKBURN, Belfry 

B.S. Graphic Arts, A. A. Instructional Media Technology 
JAMES EREDERICK BLAIR, Bardstown 

B.B.A. General Business 



Seniors/Ber-Bla 395 



LINUA CAKOI, BLAM;, BraiKlriiliur!; 

A.B. Social Work 
BECKY ATKINSON Bl, \Mt. l.r\M«l..n 

B.S. Elementary Eflucalmii ami Kiiiclersarlen 
MARY PATRICIA BLANK, Covinslori 

B.S. Speeeli Palliolosy 
BARBARA .|EA\ Bl. \^KE^SII1I'. Nieliola.sville 

B.S. CoiiHiiuiiilv lleallli. \.A. Medical Hecords 



RALPH C, BI,K\ l.\S. Whilley City 

B.S. Illdu.^t^lal Educalioii 
NANCY LI.LKN BOCliS. Kii^.-el! 

B.S. liiterKir Design 
THOMAS U. BCi(;t;S. Batesulle. Indian; 

B.B.A. ManaKcnient 
JOHN FRANK BONNKR, Ridiinond 

B.S. Psvcliologv and Curn-ctions 



CHARLIE JOE BOOTH. A.^liiand 

B.S. Psychology 
JANE ANN BORDERS, Paintsville 

B.S. Psychology, A.B. Social Work 
SHARALEE BORST, A.^hland 

B.S. Communilv Health 
CHARLES TIMtrniY BOTTORKF, Louisvill 

B.S. Ilortieultiire 



Weekend suitcaser.*, Helen Jennings and Marcie Onan, pa- 
tiently await their rides on the cainpus "flowerpot." 




396 Seniors/Bla-Bot 



Students Exit Campus On Long Weekends 




FA I KICIA A. HOVVEKS, Klizabrth, l'criii>vlvaiiij 

U.S. (iDrreclions 
KATHEKINE SIIAK()l\ HOWI.IN, Kulimond 

B.S. Nursing 
HON WALTER BUWIJNC, Kairfi.ld. Dliio 

U.S. Psvcholosy 
NANCY ANN HOWMAN, Brrca 

B.S. Elcnirnlarv Ediiratioii 



CIIAKEE.S THOMAS BKACKETT, I'lnrMll.^ 

A.B. History 
JUDITH ANN BKANHAM, Pikeville 

A.B. Speech Patliology and Audiology 
NANCY DIANE BRAUN, Ciniinnati. Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
SANDRA LEE BRENT, CarrolUon 

B.S. Nursing 



STEWART EDWARD BRENTZEL. Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Education 
NA^CY HELEN BREWER. B.-attvviilc 

A.B. Social Work 
CHARLES R. BRICHT, Richmond 

A.B. History 
DEBBE ANN BROSS. t;incinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Special Education 



BARBARA .)EAN BROWN, Springfield 

B.B.A. Business 
CON.-^TANCEJKNMNCS BKOWN. I'aint Lick 

B.S. Klcnienlar\ and Kindergarten Education 
Ct)N.STANCE L. BROW N, Springfield 

B.S. Eashion Coordination and Coninuiiucation 
DANES GLENN BROWN, Jenkins 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



JUDITH CAROL BROWN, Albany 

A. A. Nursing 
LORETTA JEAN BROWN, Liberty 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SHARON LYNN BROWN, Eort Thomas 

A.B. Law Enforcement and Social Work 
CATHERINE ANN BROWNING, Lebanon 

B.S. Interior Design 



GARY NEIL BUCHANAN, Lexington 

B.S. Matliematics 
VICKI MICHELLE BUCHANON, Loursville 

B.A. Broadcasting 
MARY ALICE BUCKHOLZ, Frankfort 

B.S. Recreation 
JAMES KEITH BUEHNER, Earmersville, Ohi. 

B.S. Social Work, A.B. Law Enforcement 



STEVE E. BUNDY, Raceland 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
PATTI JO BURCHELL, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education 
JANE Tt)LBERT BURDETTE, Lebanon 

B.S. Nursing 
MARY SLADE BURDETTE, Lebanon 

B.S. Medical Technology 



Seniors/Bow-Bur 397 



Commencement Exercises Fascinate Young Minds 



JAMS DAVIS in KKS. Classow 

A.B. Sociai Work 
MARY JO Bl KLAGt, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Interior Design 
JAMES FRANKLIN Bl RNS, Mancluster 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
CARLA JEAN BURRIS, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Elenientarv Education and Kindergarten 



I'ETEi; W. Bl KRIS, Fort Mitchell 

B.B.A. Business .Administration 
JOSEHHUS BYKD, Bowling (Ireen 

B.S. Nursing 
MARILYN LOMA.X B^ RD. Louisville 

B.S. Elementarv Education and Kindergarten 
GLORIA ANN CALDWELL. Betliel. Ohio 

B.S. Elenieiitar\' and Special Education 



JAMES ELLIS CAMERON, Hagerstown. \lar\land 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
WYNELLA Y OLAND \ CAMI', Lotn.-villc 

A.B. Engh.sh 
FRANCES .MARIE CAMPBELL. Loui.svillc 

A.B. English 
ROCKY LEE CAMPBELL, Corbm 

B.S. Industrial Techiiolog\ 



PERKY C. CANCE, Battle Creek. Michigan 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ROY S. CANTRALL. Valley Station 

B.S. Physical Education 
JLMMY L. CAREY, Springfield 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CATIIRYN ANN CARMAN. Russell 

B.S. Interior Design 



CHRIS WILLIAM CARNEY, Sharp.snllc, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Elementarv Education 
KELLY RAY CARSON, Richmond 

B.B.A. Economics 
CHARLES MELVIN CARTER, Versailles 

B.S. Physical Education 
KAREN LEE CARTER, Lexington 

A.B. Social Work 



STEPHEN EARL CARTER, Ashland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KATHLEEN SUZANNE CASE. Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 
JAMES LANGLEY CASTLE. Winchester 

B.S. Biolog\ 
DONALD WAYNE CAUSEY, Paint Lick 

B.B.A. General Business 



DWIDJ.CECIL, Loui.sville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LINDA LOUISE CENTERS, Wilhainsburg 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
DENNIS WAYNE CIIANEY, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Communications Electronics 
PAMELA WIL.SON CHEATHAM. Danville 

B.B.A. Accounting 




^ Afev 



398 Semors/ Bur-Che 




Little boys often share the exciting and joyous feelings of their big sister's graduation day. 



Seniors 399 



Industrial Departments Inspire Creativity 



PHATANEE CHIAKAVANOND. Bangkok. Thailand 

B.S. t;hfmislTv 
LARKY T. CLAKK. Lancaster 

B.B.A. AccoiintiMo 
KL SSEl.L ft Al.LlS Cl.AKK. Chagrin Falls. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CHER! L. CLEA\ ER. Lexington 

B.S. Vocational Rehabilitation 



JAMES THOMPSON CLEAVER. Paris 

B.S. Agncultiire 
STEPHEN FORREST CLEMENTS. LonisvUle 

B.NLE. Music 
JAMES T. CLIFFORD. Covington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PAMELA .|EAN CLIFFORD. Shelbyville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



SHEI.IA KA"! iT.lFTON.Owenton 

A.B. Social Work 
PAMELA KAE CLO'i D. Lebanon 

B.S. Elementary Education 
SALLY LYNN COAPLEN, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation and Park .Administration 
RONALD KEITH COATNEY, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



PALL DEWITT COCANOl tillER. Lancaster 

B.S. Electronics 
TOMMY RYAN COFFEY. Mount Vernon 

B.B..-\. Business Management 
MARILYN FAE COHEN, Louisville 

B.S. Elementars Education 
ANN WAKEFIELD COLAO, Ossmmg. New York 

.-\.B. Engli.sh and Spanish 



CAROL R. COLE, Lexington 

B.A. Speech and Drama 
DOLGLAS KEITH COLE, McKee 

A.B. Art 
PHIL L. COLEY, Columbia Station, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
JOHNY M. COLLINS. Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 



DAVID ft. COMBS. Dry Ridge 

B.S. Biology 
STEPHEN COMBS, Tyner 

B.S. Public Health 
VlKtJlNlA GAIL CONLEY, Tampa. Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
COLLEEN MARIA CONNORS, Jeffersontown 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 



GEORGE MICHAEL CONft \Y. Carrollton 

B.B.A. Business 
DEBORAH STL RGILL COOK. Cumberland 

B.S. Merchandising 
INA ARLEE COOKSIE, Columbia 

A.B. Librarv Science 
THOMAS RAY COOMES, Bardstown 

B.B.A. Accounting 




400 Seniors/Chi-Coo 




Metal crafts class provides upportiinities lor students to ex- 
press their design ereativity in various media. 




Ill ANA DOWNS COOPER, Stanford 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
JOHN II. COOPER, Georsetown 

A.B. History 
LINDA DAWN COOPER, Cliardon, Ohio 

B.S. Psyehologv 
SHARON I.YNN COPPOCK, Vandalia, Ohio 

B.A. History 



DIXIE DAVIE CORNETT, Slaiiton 

A.B. Art 
lANET ELAINE CO.X, Nicholasville 

A.B. English 
PATSY ADELE CO.X, Berea 

B.B.A. Office Admiiiislration 
STEVE E. COX, Ceorgetown 

A.B. Political Science 



LARRY RAY CRABTREE, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
WALTER MARTIN CRAET.jR., Manchester 

A.B. Political Science 
JAMES W. CRAFTON, Bedford 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BRENDA SUSAN CRAIG, Frankfort 

B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education 



MARY CATHERINE CRANE,Rushville, Indiana 

B.S. Interior Design 
JUDITH ANN CRIGGER, VVytheville, Virginia 

A.B. Sociology and Music 
MARCIA LEAF CROUT, Germaiitown, Ohio 

A.B. Library Science 
FRED CLARK CULBERTSON, Paris 

A.B. Philosophy 



Seniors/Coo-Cul 401 



Wll.ll \\1 SCOTT (:ii;rUN, Fori Monro.-. Virt;iMia 

A.B. Gemian 
UAVII) 1.. CUMMINGS, Irvine 

B.8. Industrial Education 
VIKEMJA JEAM CliNNINGIlAM. I.ouisullr 

B.S. Elrnifiilarv Education 
CAKOI.VN DIANE CURTIS, Conntli 

A.B. Speech and Drama 



TAKFlE.j. CI KilS.Clav City 

A.B. Art and Social Work 
AGVE.MAN B. DANyUAII. C.liana, West Africa 

B.S. Agriculture 
Dt)KIS KAYE DAKRELE. Carli.sIc 

B.S. Eleiiientarv Education 
SHARON KAY DAVIDSON, Cinciruiati, Oluo 

A.B. jciurnalisiii and English 



.lENNY l.Ol)WINBUR^ D \\ "i , Kichmond 

A.B. Library Science 
ANTHONY WIEEIAM DECANDIA, Lodi, New Jersey 

B.S. Fisheries Managenienl 
VICKIE CROUCH DEDMAN, l.awrenceburg 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DONALD PATSY DeMARCO, Crove City, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 



This seinor proudly reveals his classification after Mirvivin;; 
four hard years of study, tests, and Thursday nights douii- 
town. 




402 Senior.s/Cul-Dern 



Seniors Boast Of Their Status 




KoliKIM l,KK DKMSON.JK., Virjjn' 

li.A. <;.-ri(r.il Business 
KA> DKNiMSroN, Campion 

U.S. Husinr.s.s Kdncalion 
!H>\<:V. .\NN IJKTTOK.Covni^iton 

U.S. Physical Education 
VICKY CEI.ESTE DEVINE, Harrodsbnr« 

U.S. Elcnicnlarv Educalion 



JOSEPH R. UcWITT, llackcttslown. New jersey 

B.S. Law Enl'orcenient 
CARUEINE M. DIERSING, Eouisvillc 

B.B.A. (;eiieral Husniess 
PETER LOUIS DIM AS, Jamestown, New York 

B.S. Physical Education 
ROBIN BRUCE DONOIIOE, VVasliint;ton Courthouse, Dhuj 

A.B. History and Anthropology 



DEBORAH ANNE DttRSEL, Eort Mitchell 

B.A. Art 
JANICE M, DOSS, VVapakouela, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
B. BRYAN DOWELL, Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
JEAN ANN DOWNEY, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 



ALLEN WINDELL DOWNIN(_;, Richmond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARY ROBIN DREISBACII, Louisville 

A.B. English 
LINDA KAY DUGGER, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT E. DUNCAN, Richmond 

B.S. Recreation 



J UNE M. DUNKM AN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Kashion, Merchandising 
DIANNE J. DUNLAP, Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL DUNN, l.ouisvil 

B.S. Law Enl'orcement 
JACKIE K. DUNN, WUliamstown 

A.B. Library Science 



JAMES E.DUNN, JR., Richmond 

B.S. Physical Education 
SYLVESTER DUNN, Richmond 

B.S. Agriculture 
ED DUNSTALL. Miami, Elorida 

B.A. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
TERRI MORAN DURKIIN, Eorl Mitchell 

B.S. Speech Patliology and Audiology 



RICHARD NUMAN DYER, JR., Fairfield, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
JAMES E. DYKES, Stanton 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINDA NOLAN DYKES, Manchester 

B.S. Mathematics 
PATRICIA LYNN EANES, Wdliamson, West Virgmia 

A.B. Social Work 



Seniors/Den-Ean 403 



Students Brave The Rain 



This temple liiul> an CMUse to luiddle bt-iicatli llic umbrella 
as this iniilaiitiitnn ram sweeps over campus. 




MICHAEL LYNN KARLEY, Wilmington, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 
LINDA LOU EAKLVVTNE. Carlisle 

A.B. English 
SHEILA ELIZABETH EASTERDAY. Seymour, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
MICHAEL RAY EAVES. Versailles 

B.B.A. Marketing 



MARILYN S. EBY, Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
PATRICIA SUE ECKERT, New Athens. Illinois 

B.S. Special Education 
DORIS ROACH ECTON, Carlisle 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JAMES CLENDON EDWARDS, Irvine 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



KATHY LYNN EICHER, Eorl Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 
BARBARA ANN I I>I\\1L\(;ER, Louisville 

B.S. Speech I'.iIIm ili .^\ .iriil Audiologv 
ROBERT HOW \i;i) hi I INCKR, Centerville, Ohio 

B.B.A. Finance 
THOMAS HAROLD ELLINCSWORTH, Jelicrsonville, Indiana 

B.S. Agriculture 



LESLIE DIANE ELLIOTT. Springlield, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
DANNY RAY ELLIS, Evarts 

B.B.A. Business 
MARILYN JEAN ELLIS, llu.stonville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT MICHAEL ELY, Manchester 

B.B.A. Business Administration 




404 Seniors/Ear-Ely 



ii;:4fti:*l;iAiuaiii-ji<^- 




lliiexpfcted showers may catch some off guard, but not 
Susan Scott, as she shields herself against the pouring rain 
and hurries to her dorm. 




DEBORAH KATHRYN ESTILL. Mays Lick 

A.B. Social Work 
KAREN SUZANNE KSTKIDCE, Lynch 

B.S. Vocaliorial Ki-hahdiLilioii 
DAVID A. ETllEKEUGE, Hardstown 

B.B.A. Business 
WILLIAM H. EVANS, Erankfort 

B.S. Physical Education 



DWIGHT EVERSOLE, Hazard 

B.S. Recreation 
JOHN EDWARD EVERStJLE, Booncville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DELENNA R. EARMER, Lebanon 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
LARRY DALE EARMER, Wilmore 

B.B.A. Bu.siness Management 



IIOSEA EARRIS, Richmond 

B.S. Biology 
LARRY SCOTT EARRIS, Erankfort 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
KATHA SUE EAULKNER, Williamsburg 

B.S. Interior Design 
KAREN ANN FAUSCIl, Richmond 

B.S. Home Economics 



MARIANNE EAWLEY, West Alexandria. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
DEBORAH RAE EINCEL, Dayton, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
CAROLYN L. EINCH, Lexington 

B.S. Interior Design 
LYNDA K. EISCHER, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



Seniors/Est-Eis 405 



STEVE EI.AIIM'l. \lr\.iridria 

B.S. ElrmiMilarN and Spicial Ediicalioii 
KATlil A^^ Fl.'l^^. ErNin^toii 

B.A. Eiiidisli 
JAMES C. KOFE, lliiiiliritiil.nv Vallex. Pi-nns\lvaMia 

B.B.A. Accountiiii; 
jl'DV ANN FOLE'I . KicliiiioMd 

B.S. Elfmiiitar\ Kdii( atioii 



STEVE ALLEN FOLEY, Ku.'vm 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
SHEILA ANN FORI). London 

B.S. Mathematics 
GAVNELL FORENL\N. Lonisvnie 

i.S. Law Enforcement 
LAMES LEIGH FOKSY THE. IJowningtown. Pennsx Kama 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



,|() ANN FOX. Fanni-r.-ville. Ohio 

A.B. Enghsh 
DENNL-^ FKALEVjackson 

B.B.A. Finance 
|)EL^L^ jANICF FK \N(:i>. Lancaster 

A.B. journahsm 
THERESA G. FRANtTS 

B.S. Nursing 




These two seniors quickly check tlie commeneeinenl program to make sure they are included among the listed graduates. 



40() Seniors/Fla-Fra 



Last Minute Jitters Overcome Seniors 



A AXIS ^-.Ca \ 




JIM. DARLKNK KKEV, Fori MiUhHI 

B.S. Honir Economics 
WILLIAM CAKI, KKICKK, Columbia Station, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 
HAROLD M. FKIEI)LEV,.|K., Louisvill.' 

B.B.A. Markctnig 
VICKIE DIANE FRITZ. Richmond 

B.S. Eicmcntan and Kindergarten F^din ation 



PATTI JO FROST, Carrollton 

B.S. F^llcmcntary and Special Education 
RICHARD E. FRYMAN II, Engjewood, Ohio 

B.S. Indu.strial Education 
KAREN DENISE FUCHS, Fort Mitchell 

B.S. Psychology 
BOBBY JAMES FlIG ATE, Jackson 

B.S. Corrections 



BRENDA SUE FUGATE, Jackson 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DAVID L. FUGATE, Campton 

A.B. Chemistry 
SHARON GABBARD, Franklort 

A.B. Art 
MARY L. GAFFNEY, Lancaster 

B.S. Elementary Education 



STEVEN CARL GALLENBECK, Flint, Michigan 

B.M.E. Music 
DIANA G. GARTIN, Dayton, ( Ihio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DANIEL LEE GASH, South PortsmouUi 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
VICKI LEE GATTON. Louisville 

B.S. Textiles and Design 



VERONICA GAYLE, Sparta 

B.S. Speech Patliologi, 
BARBARA R. GETMAN, Laiica.ster 

A.B. Librar\ Scieiui- 
GREGORY A. GIBBS, South Shore 

B.S. Industrial Education and Technology 
JAMES ROCKFORD GIBBS, Ashland 

B.S. Physical Education 



CLARA GIBSON, Nallie 

B.S. Speech Education 
DAVID R. GIBSON, Louisville 

A.B. Broadcasting 
JOSEPH BROOK GIBSON. Monticello 

B.S. Physical Education 
GARY WAYNE GLAZE, Pmeville 

•^.S. Industrial Education and Technology 



BONNIE FRANCES GLENN, Cynthiana 

B.S. Nursing 
MARY ELLEN GLENN, Tallahassee, Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
CRAIG THOMAS GNADINGER, Louisville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
JOHN EDWARD GO ATLEY, Springfield 

B.S. Industrial Education 



Seniors/Fre-Goa 407 



Recreation Sweeps Across Campus 



DAI.K AKNOM) tIDDSKI . I anca.-t.-r 

B.S. BiulosN 
VIRGIMA \1AK\ COtIM \NN. I ..m.-ville 

B.S. PInsual Edmaliori 
PEGGY ELIZABETH CA)\A EK, W .)u(ilMiic 

B.S. Special Edination 
PATRICK. I AMES GOOUINt;, Porl-of-Spain, Trmidad 

B.S. Geulogi, 



KELVEN DOYLE (idKLEY. Dannllt- 

B.S. Iiiduslnal ['.■i.linol.jtiv 
JOY LOU GOSSEK, Kuj.s<-II Sprms;> 

B.S. Busines.'^ Education 
GAKY EUWARU GRA> , K.n.il Oak. Michigan 

B.S. Psyclioloff\ 
GLEM)A KA'> (;REAK. Lc\iiis;1.i,i 

B.S. Nursing 



(.:Ll^'lo^ EI gene GliEEN.CovinstDri 

B.B.A. Manascnicrit 
SLiSAN \L\R1E GREEN. Saint i;laLrsnllc. Ohio 

B.S. Elcmentar\ Education 
EARL (JKEGOR"! . JR.. t:orbin 

B..A. Indu.Ntnal Edui ation 
GAIL EMII.t GKEGoR1.Gonns!ton 

B.S. Special and EIein>'ntar\ Education 




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KAKKI jdK CKKOCIKY. V ,■r-.alll.■^ 

U.S. IiidiKstriarifclirioldjiv 
FIIII.I.H' ^I(I^A^ (UiKCOU'l . l.awnrurbnrK 

H.B..\. .ActouMlirif; 
MAKSIIA C. (;KII»KI(.(:..lMrri|jia 

B..S. Horni- Kc ()iiiirnir> KdiK atioii 
JOSK IIOWKLI, CKIN \(;K III. l,oui>villr 

U.S. liKlii>lrial KiliK at and Iim lirioluKV 



l',KBK(:t;\ LY \N (ilil Hl'„^, lludKimdh' 

■A.B. Juurriali.^rn 
l.VNN RAY (;i I.I.KY, Sllarp^l)ll^<; 

B.S. Biolosy 
GAIL YVONNK IIACKKB. WildCal 

B..S. Dlrlrliis 

WIl.MA.M IKINAII) IIACKEK, Marulicster 
B.y. Aciouiitinn 



FRAN HACKMAN, Kort Mitcli.-ll 

B.S. Recreation and Park Adniiriislralion 
DANNY WAYNE HACKWORTH, U„ hni i 

B.S. IndiLstrial Technology 
K. ANN HADEN. Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindersarl<ri 
DARREEL WILEIAM HALE, Manchester 

B.B.A. Accounting 



A mid-afternoon football froli( outside the Howell Building 
sparks new friendships. 



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Seniors/Gre-Hal W) 



Students Take Interest In Current Affairs 



BAKK> \VAV^^; IIAI.HIII.I.. Pillsburs- Pennsvlvani: 

B.S. I, aw Enlorccmriil 
KDBEKT WA1 ^E HALL. \la\li,-l(i 

B.S. Industrial Tfcliiiolof;\ 
BAKBAUA IIALLEKSON. Louisville 

B.B.A. Marketing 
CAROL LYNN IIAMBLY. Kadelill 

B.S. Elenienlar> Edueatmn 



l)()^^A k. HAMILTON. Loretto 

B.S. Kecreation and Parks Administration 
JOHN WILSON HAMILTON, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business 
ROBIN LEAH HAMILTON. Berea 

B.S. Elemental Education 
SAR\II NELL HAMILTON, ShepluTdsville 

B.S. Llemc iitar> and Special Education 



WILLI \M MILIIAEL ILWIMONS. Lexington 

B.B.A. .Management 
IIAMO EARL HAMPTON, Pans 

B.B.,^. Business Administration 
MICHAEL BROWN HANDLEV. Hamilton. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KKTIARD KV AN II \NNAN. Berea 

B.S. BiologN 



ITIARl.ES VERNON HANSEORI). Shopville 

B.B.A. Economics 
SHARON GAH. HARDIN, Louisville 

B.E.A. Art 
lOYCE LYNN HARDY. Richmond 

A.B. Ereiich 
CAROl.l N ANN HARNESS. Louisville 

B.S. Home Econumics Education 



DENNIS HARRIS. Shclbyville 

B.M.E. Music Education 
BARBARA .). HARRISON. Lancaster, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
HARDING G. HARRI.-^ON. W mchester 

B.S. Nursing 
HOLLIS \\. HART, Bellevue 

B.S. Textiles 



PAl l.\ kA^ HART. Richmond 

A.B. Historv 
DEANNA SUE HASH, South Williamson 

B.S. Elementarv and Special Education 
NANCY JANE HASTINGS, Lynchburg, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 
IRVINE THOMAS HAWKINS, JR., Lawrcnceburg 

B.S. Recreation 



DONNA L>NN IIA'l. Lom.sville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH ANNETTE HAYDEN, Nichola-vill 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
JEKEREY LAMONT HAYES. Louisville 

B.S. Electronus 
TERESA W ATIIENI \ II \1 NES. Pikeville 

U.S. Mathi'iualics 




111) Seniors/ Hal-Hay 




Course requirements uulude surveying student opinions 
concerning current events. 




L^ 'A 



GREG P. HEDGEBETH. Dayton, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CYNTHIA ANNE HEDGES, Washmgton Courthouse, Ohio 

A.B. Art Education 
DELBEKT GENE HEHEMANN, JR., Louisville 

B.B.A. Finance 
CAROLYN MARIA HEITZMAN, Covington 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 



MARILYN JO HENDERSON, Campbellsville 

A.B. History 
KAREN ELIZABETH HENDRICKSON, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JANIS M. HENRICH, West Chester, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
HARRY SCOTT HENSLEY, NicholasvUlc 

B.S. Agriculture 



Seniors/Hed-Hen 411 




Archery enthusiasts capitalize on long summer days by taking late altenioon target practice behind the Begley Building. 



412 Seniors 



Hobbies Fulfill Personal Interests 




jANICK KAKKN I1KNSI,KY, Phelps 

A.B. louniallsMi 
PKCJGY BURNS HENSLEY, Manili,-st,T 

B.S. Home Economics 
PATRICIA ELLEN HENSON. Middlc^l,,, 

B.S. Interior Design 
DALE LEE HERRON, Kicliinond 

B.S. Physics 



J ANNIE MAE HEWETSON, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Corrections 
SHARON MARIE HEY, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. |{nMni->s Education 
LEWIS MANNING HIGGINS, Pineville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ALICIA ANN HILBISH, Columbus, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 



BARBARA JEAN HILL, Louisville 

B.S. Interior Design 
CHARLES ALAN HM.L, Louisville 

B.S. Turf and (Irnamental llortii ulliire 
JAMES RALPH HILL, Morganlield 

A.B. Historv 
IRVTN HENRY HOFFMAN, LouisvUle 

B.S. Physical Education 



KATHLEEN ALE.MS HOLE, Louisville 

B.S. Nursing 
ROBERT MARTIN HOLLAND, Woosler, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
PAULA H. HOLLERAN, Georgetown 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ROBERT CHARLES HOLLIDAY, Lovelaiid. Ohio 

B.M.E. Music Education 



LAURA LEE HOLLINGSWORTH, Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
SCOTT A. HOLTEN, Independence 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
RON W. HOLTKAMP, Cleves, Ohio 

B.B.A. Accounting 
JOHNNY P. HOOPER, Frankfort 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



BONNE JEANNE HOPKINS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
JANE ELIZABETH HOPPOUGH, New Port Richey, Florida 

B.S. Physical Education 
BEVERLY JEAN HORSLEY, LouKsville 

B.S. Business Education 
JAMES ARNOLD HOSKINS, Richmond 

B.S. Accounting 



PAMELA GAY IIOSKINS. Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.B. Spanish 
WILLIE J. HOSKINS, Danville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
EDDIE MARSHALL HOWARD, Manchester 

A.B. Regional Planning 
BENJAMIN R. HUBBARD, Forest HMls 

B.B.A. General Business 



Senior.s/llen-llub 413 



Standard Procedures Demonstrated In LEN 



TIMOTin I'A TKICK III CK Mil . KiidwiII 

B.S. Law EiiluriiMiicrit 
MARK U. Hlll)SU^, Wurtlmllr 

B.S. Physical Edinatioii 
KATHLKEX A. Ill tMill ELI), Covington 

B.S. Elcmrnlan Education 
JEAN ANN m EFNLAN, Kettering, Ohio 

B.S. Elenieritan Ediuation 



Jim ANN III LS. Wimhester 

B.S. tJuld Development 
MARVELLEN HL. ME. Jacksonville. Florida 

B.S. I,a\v Enforcement 
NANtn KATHLEEN HUNDLEY. Lexington 

B.S. Physical Education 
JANET LEW HLNT. Mount Vernon 

B.S. Eli-mentarv Education 



JUD"* CAROL HINT. Pikeville 

B.S. Business Education 
ANN MICHELLE HI NTEK. Hamilton. ( Ihio 

B.S. Elemi-nlar\ Education 
THOMAS JOHN HLRAK. South Bend. Indiana 

B.S. Recreation 
MARY LOUISE Hl'STED. Springfield, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 



HARRIETT MACGRECOR INCRAM. tiolumbus. Ohio 

B.S. Nursing 
DEBORAH BEGLE1 ISON. Richmond 

B.S. Eleiiicntap. and Special Education 
ROBERT BO'I D ISON. JR.. Richmond 

B.S. Special Education 
DAVID M. JACKSON, Loni.sville 

A.B. French 



SHANDRA KAYEJACKSON. Birniingham. Alabama 

A.B. Social Work 
JOHN gLENTIN JAi;OB. Wellsburg. West Virginia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
FRITZ FORREST JACOBS, JR.. Winchester 

B.S. VocationaLlndustrial Education 
SUSAN ELAINE JACOBS. Chagkin Falls. Ohio 

B.S. Fashion Design 



KATIIY K AYE JAMES, Versailles 

B.S. Recreation and Parks Administration 
LL01D MICHAEL J AMES. Stanford 

B..\. Sociology 
.M. JILL JEFFRIES, Williamsburg 

B.S. Nur.sing 
VICKIE FRANCES JENNINGS, Shelbyville 

B.S. Chemistr\ 



MARTHA SUE JENSEN, Waddy 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 
DAVID G. JOHNSON. Grayson 

B.S. Corrections 
DONNA MAE JOHNSON, Elizabethtown 

A.B. French and German 
HELEN JOHNSON, Booneville 

B.S. Business Education 




414 Seniors/lluc-Joh 




ISIl JOHNSON, Bowling Green 

B.S. Biology 
JUDY C. JOHNSON, Berea 

B.S. Business Education 
WORI.EV JOHNSON, Columbus. Ohio 

B.S. Environmental Health 
CATHERINE CLINTON JONES, Tiffm, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 



DAVID EAKL JONES, Lexington 

B.B.A. Accounting 
KKELDA GAY JONES, Corbin 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 
VICKl RAE JONES, Lexington 

B.A. Political Science 
RANDY LYNN JUNGKURTH, Galianna, Ohio 

B.S. Business Education 



JANET KAY KALMEY, Shelbyville 

B.S. Physical Education 
JCtYCE A. KALMEY, Shelbyvdle 

B.S. I'Insical Education 
KIRK M. KAMtLE, Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. Journalism 
CONNIE JEAN KANE, Klemingsburg 

B.S. Dietetics 



Fmgerprinting is only one of many professional techniques in 
law enforcement demonstrated by Professor Hugh Byrd with 
Jim Farmer's assistance. 



Seniors/Joh-Kan 415 



Career Day Provides Links To Jobs 



JKRin II. KAl'l'. Leatherwuod 

B.S. Kducatioji 
MAR "I HKLEN KARR, Louisville 

B.S. Home Economic^ Education 
NANCY C.KAUKMAN, Louisville 

B.S. Keereatioti and Park \dtiuni>tratiori 
RENARl) RUI KEAL, Louisville 

B.S. Microbiology 



PAMELA KAt E KEEl.LNC. Bardsto»n 

B.S. Elenientan and Special Education 
UEBKA ANN KEES, Eorl Wright 

B.S. Elementary^ and Special Education 
KAREN KE.MBLE. Loui.sville 

B.S. Elementar\ Education 
DEBRA CLARk KEMPER. Lexington 

B.S. Child Deielopnient 



CtlEKM, U. KENNEDY. Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ERA.NCIS EOREE KENNED'i. Wmdu- 

A.B. Ilistorv 
CLENUA .lEAN KENNEDI . Somerset 

B.S. Elementarv Education 
CLAREN(.:E SCOTT KE'> . Louisville 

B.S. Pre-Medical 



LINDA F. KIBREY, Vanceburg 

B.S. Speech Patholog\ and Audiologv 
jACKIK LEE KIDl). Richmond 

B.S. Rehabilitation Education 
VICKIE C. KlMBERLINC.Carhsl.- 

B.S. Nursing 
JAMES COLBY KINC. Munturdville 

B.M.E. Music 



JOSEPH C. KINC. Mount Sterling 

B.B.A. Accounting 
KATHLEEN ELEANOR KING, Erlanger 

B.M.E. Music 
RALPH EDWARD KING, Berea 

B.S. Agriculture 
VTNADA M.KING, Irvine 

B.S. Mathematics and Secondary Education 



MICHAEL L. KINMAN, Eurt Wright 

B.B.A. Business 
PEGGY LYNN KINNETZ. Edgeuood 

B.A. Art and Anthropology- 
JAMES S. KINSER. Columbus, Ohio 

B.B.A. Data Processing 
JOHN BERTON KIRK. Pineville 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



JANICE KAY KLINE, Fort Mitchell 

."^.B. Political Science 
LLiANN KLINE, Sharon, Wisconsin 

B.S. Elementarv and Special Education 
SUSAN HOWARD KNIFLE Y, CampbelLsville 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
JOHN W1L,S()^ KNIGHT. Lexington 

B.S. Industnal Education and Technology 




i\b Seniors/Kap-Kni 




Career Day provides stiidenls an op|jorluMily to investigate 
prospective job interests. 




PATRICIA ANN KNIGHT, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education 
MARIETTA KM Kill,, Melbourne 

B.S. Home Eeonomio EdncatKjn 
DAVID M. KOEMNGEK, Newport 

B.B.A. Accounting 
NANCY EILEEN KONKOL. Denver. Colorado 

B.S. Elementary Education 



MARGARET E. KOPF, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
WILLIAM RICHARD KOSS, Nashville, Tennessee 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
STEPHEN KRANCIS KRAUCHICK, Summit Hill, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
UAMEL WILLIAM KRIEGER, Covington 

B..M.E. Music 



WANDA KAY KHPEL, Hamilton, Ohio 

B.S. Medical Technology 
RHONDA EAE LaEOLLETTE. Morning View 

B.S. School Health 
BETH ANN LAMKIN, Somerset 

B.S. Elementary Education 
inVTGHT LEE LANCASTER, Keene 

B.S. Agriculture 



TOY ANNE LANCASTER, Nichola.'iville 

A.B. History 
RAYMOND K. LANDRUM, Winamac, Indiana 

A.B. History and Social Science 
KAREN ANN LANE, Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 
SYLVIA LANGDON, Manchester 

B.S. Business Education 



Seniors/Kni-Lan 417 



JAMIK l-(H ISA I.ANCSi \FI'. Kiiis.-purl- Teimessee 

U.S. I'livsiral Ediualiori 
TIMOTllV'jENSKN 1,AM1 \M. l'.rn.Mlli' 

B.B.A. BiisHii-s> 
VIVIAN L. LANKHKiT. Ik.nrKr 

B.S. Biolosv 
SALLY JOVCK LA In. Middlito\sii. Ohio 

B.S. Spt-fcli l'atliiiloi;\ and \udiolog> 



CIILK BALllWIN LAI . Hong Kcria 

B.S. Medical Tecliiiulosv 
LOIS ANN LAI.Wailuii 

B.S. Home Econumiis Lducatioii 
JOHN SHELDON LEACH. Prt-sloiisbiirg 

B.S. Hre-\li-diial Si irmi-.' 
BAKK1 B. LEAKE, London 

B.B.A. Business 



JE\N KAYE LcLOMI'rE.SIiflb\ville 

A.B. Library Scieiui- 
KICHAKD El r.ENE l.EUEOKH. Kidiiiioiid 

B.S. Industrial Education 
AKTIH R LEEE\ ERS. I'lmvillc 

A.B. History and Sixial Work 
GE01;(;E,10SEPH I.E\ INE. Monticello. Neiv 1 ork 

B.S. Recreation 





Taking aim against cavities, a student prepares for another da\ of classes. 



418 Seniors/Lan-Lev 



Long Nights Make Early Classes Hard To Face 




W'A'» NK I W I.UK I.K\ "I , Suulli W illiatiisoii 

B.S. Bioloiiy and Nursing 
SANUY UKAINE LINEBACH. I,(.iiisvillf 

B.S. Physical Ediu-ation 
SUSAN C.'mNNENKOIII.. DdNt.in. Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
LEKOY LIPFS,Staiil..rii 

B.S. Eiiviroiiinciilal Kcsuiirccs 



MELODY ANN LITTKEL, Hendrrscjii 

B.S. Elementary Education and Knidi'rgarte!i 
JOHN WOODROW LOCK. Barbourville 

B.S. Law Enforcctniiit 
MICHELLE LYNN LOKETTE. Eminence 

B.S. Corrections 
BECKY KAY LOSII. Mason, Oino 

B.S. Physical Education 



CHARLES OLIVER LOWER Y,,|K., Louisville 

A.B. Law Enforcement 
JULIA LYNN LUTTRELL. Hazard 

A.B. Social Work 
DORINDA BELLAMY Ll'TZ. Cirdenllc, dhio 

B.S. Nursing 
ROGER DOYLE LL TZ, Circleville, Ohio 

B.B.A. Management 



GEORGIA KAY LYNCH, Raddilt 

B.S. Physical Education 
MICHAEL JOSEPH LYNCH, Louisville 

A.B. Journalism 
LAWRENCE DOLGLAS LYTLE, Dover, New Hampshire 

B.A. Broadcasting 
MELVIN W. MACIIAL, Mount Vernon 

\.B. .Art 



KIM ANDREW MACK, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
\.\ NN ANN MALEY, Spnngfield, Ohio 

B.S. Mathematics 
DARYL D. MARCLiM, Brandenburg 

B.B.A. Einance 
MARTHA LOIS MARCUM, Paml Lick 

A.B. English 



ROBYN A. MARINELLI, London, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
MIRIAM CATHARINE MARLIN, Eairborn, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SHERl BETH MARQUIS, Maitlaiid, Elorida 

B.S. Recreation Therapy 
CLAUDIA M. MARHSALL, Carlisle 

B.S. Nursing 



THOMAS KEVIN MARSHALL, LouisvUle 

B.A. Broadcasting and English 
DAVID R. MARTELL, Cranston, Rhode Island 

B.S. Business 
JOY LYNETTE MARTIN, Lexington 

B.A. History 
LEE GORDON MARTIN, Owensboro 

B.B.A. General Business 



Seniors/Lev-Mar 419 



SIIEKYL SUZANNt; MARTIN, Covington 

B.S. Speech Patliology and Audiology 
JEKK R. MAKTZ, Lima, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
CAVLE El.LEN MASON. L..nisvillc 

B.B.A. Accountnig 
KICHAKD L. MASDN. .\Ic.\andria 

A.B. Art 



PAMELA S. MATLICK, Somerset 

B.M.E. Music Education 
CHARLES KILlJIdlJK MATTHEWS. Slielhwille 

A.B. History 
RLFA GAH. MATTINCLV. Lebanon Junction 

B.B.A. Otlicc Administration 
LYNN J. MAI REH. Orlando, Elorida 

B.S. Math Kdmation 



TIMOTHY L). MAY, Martin 

B.S. Prc-Medical Science 
BERNADETTE MARIE MA'i ER, Cox's Creek 

B.S. Nursing 
SHEILA GAU/MA> NAIUi. Radclitf 

A.B. Sociolog\ 
LYNDA L. MAYS, Comettsville 

B.S. Eashion 



TIMOTHY L. MCCABE, Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 
NEESIA RENE MCCANE, Brooksville 

B.S. Nursing 
ELDON EVANS MCCARTNEY, Elenimgsburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
ALICE ANN MCCRACKEN, Pineville 

B.S. (Jrnamental Horticulture 



Paul Daily finds the benches along tlie University Center 
courtyard quite accommodating as he prepares for English 
class. 




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420 Seniors/Mar-McC 





Some Prefer The Outdoor Atmosphere For Study 




miUKIM \l,|{Ki;i MCCilKSKK'i. Ki, lirnond 

IkS. Law l^tilorci-inciil 
AI,I,K\ VVAI.KKi; M(:i)\\Hi,Klizulii-lht..ivn 

li.B.A. Acroiiiilirit; 
WII.MAM I). \l(;i;i,l!(i> II. KKliiiiori.l 

U.H.A. A.ioiirilihi; 
IIWII) I.. MCIAKI WD. Khliiiiorid 

li.S. S.-ci.riclarv Sixi lal Kdiiraliiiri ajiil H.A. Arl 



VICKIE W. MCfAKl.AND, Frankfort 

U.S. Elfmcnlary and Special Educaliun 
MAKY TIIEKESE MCGKATII, l.uiiisvdlf 

A.B. Arl 
NANCY JANE MCKENNEY, Klilunorid 

B.M.E. Music Education 
GENIENE EILEEN MCKINLEY, Covuiglon 

li.S. Nursnit: 



TEKESA \1. \1(:KI\NE>. Li,ui,-.viIIc 

li.S. Elcincrilarv Educalioji 
DEBBIE N. MCMILLW.Kavcru.a 

A.B. Social Work 
MICHAEL II. MCl'EEK. KadddT 

B.S. A^rn ullurc 
VICKI LLK MtAVIIOKTEK. Ilarndlon. olun 

B.S. I'liysical Edu( ation 



ROBERT V. MCWILLIAMS. Lawn-ncclnirg 

H.B.A. General Business 
CHARLES CRAYTON MEADE II, Catlettsburg 

B.S. Industrial Education 
DEBt)KAH ANN MEADE, Louisville 

B.S. I'livsnal Kdu( atioii 
WANDA 1). MKl)LlN.i:or|jiM 

B.S. Law EniorccnicMt 



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Seniors/McC-Med 421 



(UiKllOin I.. MKIKH. \ ilia II 

U.S. I.uu Knlorci'rnciil 
KICHAKI) 1». MKI.l.K.TTK II. SiMiiriKTvilIf, Soiilli Cirohna 

H.S. I .a\\ Kritorcrmriil 
MAKkSTKI'llAN MKKCKU. \Ian>li.-UI. din.. 

H.S. Law Kiilorrcini-iil 
MKI.ODV .lA^E MIUDLKTON. Ma.M.ii, OIh.j 

U.S. I'liN.siial EducalKiii 



STKMA I). MmUl.liTDN. Das l.n.. nl,,,, 

lis. Psvcliology 
CAROL ,|.. MILLER, Kelli-nii^. (Hiio 

H.S. Eifnu-iitarv aiid Spec lal Kduialim 
(;\H(ll,VN V. MILLER. H.t.m 

\.H. Social Work 
IIENMS ALLEN MILLER. Middlr^liom 

H.S. ( A)mriuiiinatiiiii> Elc( tri>iiii.-. 




.lane Co.'iliiic adjusts llir apparalus lor a biolofo cxpirimciit. 



-122 Seiiiors/Mel-Mil 



Students Find Answers Thru Research 




IIKKSCIIKI, I'dK'IKi; MII.I.KK, Kainl.ili- 

A.H. I'dIiIkjI Sciriicf aiid U.S. I, aw Eiil'orii'incMt 
JACK 1). MII.I.EK, East Bernsladl 

B.H.A. Data Proces.sing 
MAKCIA n. MILLER, Louisvillf 

H.B.A. HiiMiicss Administration 
WAMIA ,|() MILLEK, London 

B.S. Eli'niciitary and Special Education 



MICHAEL A. MILLS, Eranklorl 

A.B. Political Science 
KAREN KAY MIRACLE, Middleslioro 

B.S. School Health 
DEBRA P. MONACHAN, Eort Cainiibell 

B.S. Psychology 
JUDITH A. MONROE, Davton.dhio 

B.S. Medical Technology 



ELLA JOYCE MONTGOMERY . Spnngtield 

A.B. Social Work 
WANDA SI K M()^'K;()MKl;Y . Cunibirland 

B.S. Home Kionoinic,-. EdM( alien 
AMY ADLER MOORE, Pan.- 

A.B. Social Work 
KATHY GELAIN MOORE, Lexington 

B.S. Nursing 



LEOMARIE MOORE, Louisville 

A.B. History 
RHONDA ERY MAN MOORE, Georgetown 

A.B. Speech Pathology and Audiology 
SHERRY CHARLOTTE MOORE, Lexington 

B.S. Nursing 
JANET JO MOORHEAD, Versailles, Indiana 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 



CARLOS ALONSO MORENO, Pineville 

B.S. Business Administration 
VEMTA CAROL MORGAN, Hyden 

A.B. English 
L. DIANE MORRIS, Richmond 

B.M.E. Musie 
SUZANNE MORRIS, Ilarrodsburg 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 



MARK ETHAN MORRISON. South Webster. Ohio 

B.S. Recreation Supervisor 
ROBERT ERANK MORRKSON, Shippensburg, Penii-sylvania 

B.S. Corrections 
REBECCA S. MOSER, Erankiorl 

B.S. Physical Edueation 
BRENDA M. MOSS. Ilarrod.sburg 

B.B.A. Electonie Data Processing 



JAMES P. MO.SS, JR., Gradyville 

B.S. Re( realion and Park Administration 
CONSTANCE LEE MULLEN, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 
SALLY JEAN MUNSON, Lakewood, New York 

B.S. Elementary Education 
KASANDRA LYNN MURPHY, Danville 

A.B. Art Education 



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The sublime beauty of the Meditation Chapel is intensified at 
night. 




MICHAEL DUANE MURPHY. Richmond 

B.S. Pre-Medical Sciences 
DOUGLAS ALAN MURRAY. Louisville 

B.S. Mathematics 
HENRY HALL .Ml KRAY, Tilusville, Florida 

B.S. Law Enforcement and Chemistrv 
SUSAN ANN MURRAY. Louisville 

B.S. Elemenlarv Education 



DONALD FRANKLIN MUSNUFF. Richmond 

B.S. Special Education 
BETTY BURGE MYERS. Louisville 

A.B. Spanish 
BRUCE A. MYERS, Bellville. Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
SCOTT D. .MYERS, Pitsburg, Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Technology 



LARRY WAYNE MYFORD. Akron. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
STEVEN JAY NALBONE, .lamestown. New York 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
VIRGINIA SHERROD NEAT, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement and ."^.B. Social Work 
WILLIAM JESSEE NEAT, Columbia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 




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Night Brings Out Campus Beauty 





WAI.TEK KDWIN NELSON, B.-Uilfht-ni 

B.S. Auriculture 
WILMAM KEITH NELSON.. |K., Marion, Indiana 

B.S. Law Enlorccnunl 
REBECCA SUE NEWSOME. Louisvilk' 

B.S. Medical Techiiol,,s;v 
DAN DOUGLAS NICOLKI , Lima, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Manasinicnt 



PHYLLIS MARIE NOE, Bealtyville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
NANCY MARGARET NOLAND, South Irvine 

B.S. Elementary Education 
TIKJMAS NOLAN NOR YELL. Corhm 

A.B. German 
FRANKIE L. NUNN. Crab Orchard 

B.B.A. Management 



BRANDON CURTIS NUTTALL, Madisonville 

B.S. (Jeology 
JOHN W. DAVIS O'BRIEN, Charleston, West Vir}i;inia 

B.S. Psychology and Philosophy 
CATJIERINE MARY O'DONNELL, Covington 

B.S. Phy.sical Education 
DAVID EDWARD OT.EARY, Wheeling, West Virginia 

B.S. Law Enforceineiit 



Seniors/NcLO'Le 425 



Seasonal Weather Enhances Campus 



jOlllN Nb"WTt)N ()IJVEK..|K.,Sprin5:IVlcl, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enrortxiiu'iit 
MARY FARKAND 0'NA\. Spriiisjlifld 

B.S. Plivsical EducaliuM 
MICHAEL THOMAS OREM, SliclLiyvill.' 

B.S. Recrration Supervisor 
IJONNA ELIZABETH ORMAN, Loui-svillt- 

B.S. Elenientary and Special Education 



KAREN DE.NKSE ORMES. Louisville 

B.S. Elementan Education 
LEONARDS. OStiORiNE, JR.. Lliu miiali. Olii,i 

B.B.A. Busuicss AdministralLon 
KIM RENEE OSLAND. Day ton. Ohio 

B.S. Interior Design 
DEBORAH .1. OSTWALT, Louisville 

B.S. Elenientary Education 



MELINDA ANN OSTW ALT. Louisville 

B.S. Business Education 
KICIIARD MORRIS OTT, Brigham Litv, Utah 

B.M.E. Music and History 
JANE LEE OTTEN, Erankl.irl 

B.S. Elementary Edination and Kuidergarten 
JAMES MICHEAL 0\ ERMILLER, York. Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enlorceinent and A.B. Sociology 



MARY LALiRELOV ERMILLER, Ashland 

A.B. Art 
RONNIE K. 0\\ ENS, Monticello 

A.B. Social Work 
WILLIAM KICIIAKD 0\VINt;S, Dav ton 

A.B. Chemistry 
KENNETH G. PALEN, Day ton. (Ihio 

A.B. History 



JAMES RAY PALM, Alexandria 

B.M.E. Music Education 
JEFFREY PALM. Blanchester. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
CONNIE G. PARKS, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
TIMOTHt LOITS' PARKS, Lexington 

A.B. History 



DALE MARIE PARRISII, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
ERNEST WAYNEPARROTT, Lexington 

B.S. Biology 
JOHN HESS PARSONS, Wildie 

A.B. Political Science 
LAWRENCE RANDALL PAR.SONS, Mount Vernon 

B.B.A. Electronic Data Proces.sing 



LARRY LEE PATRICK, Lexington 

B.S. Law Enforcement and B.A. Political Science 
VIVIAN S. PATRICK, Waiiamsburg 

B.S. Nursing 
SCOVA LEEGINA PATRUM, Lexington 

B.B.A. Management 
TIMOTHY BRIAN PATTERSON, Fort Mitchell 

B.S. Physical Education 




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As the first snowfall hits Eastern unexpeetedly . Lorraijie Kaplan treads her way to an early morning elass 



Seniors 427 



\\li)|p Iririaliijii Now. ,1 faniiliar expression nationwide, has 
lif(<iirie' J srciwiiit; coriiirii. Willi Eastern students doing their 
pari in ndiii ins i\c csmh- ^pi-ndiiii» thru iiionev saving steps. 



ST Wi.F.V E1)\V,.\R1) l',4TTIS()N, Cincinnati, Ohio 

li.B.A. Business 
CHERYK IRENE PAULIN, Covington 

B.S. Nursing 
ALLAN THOMAS PAULSON, Sparta, New Jersey 

B.B.A. Marketing 
REBECCA LYNN PAYNE, Louisville 

B.B.A. Accounting 



GLENUA FAYE PEARMAN, Uayton, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
LLOYD WAYNE PENISTON, Lacie 

B.S. Environmental Resources 
PAMELA PARRISH PENNINGTON, Bowling Green 

B.S. Chemistry 
SUZANNE E. PERAZZO, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Medical Technology 



FRED A. PERKINS, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation and Park Adininistralion 
DEBORAH KAREN PERRY, Shelbyville 

B.F.A. Sculpture 
PATRICIA CAROL PERRY, Lexington 

B..^. Speech and Drama 
MICHAEL E. PHELPS, Columbia 

B.S. Industrial Education 




42H Seniors/Pat-Phe 



Students Find New Ways To WIN 




WILLIAM K(I1 I'lCKKTT, ll.irrodsburg 

B.S. I'liysiial Ldiicalioii 
DENISE ANN CIEIUIE, Lomsvllle 

B.S. P.svchology and Sociology 
LAWRENCE CIILSTKK I'lEKCY, llavlcm. Ohm 

U.S. Law Eiilorccriii'Tit 
MICHAEL LEE I'OCLE, Slrrlmg, Virginia 

B.S. Law Eiilon iincnl 



ROBERT DIIANE I'OLINC. |)a\loii. O 

B.S. Phv.sical Education 
KA I HV PRATER, Prestoiisbnrg 

B.S. Elcmcntarv Education 
PAULCL.ARK PROEEITT, Paint Liik 

B.M.E. Mu.sic 
CAROL BETH PLLLIAM, Bloomficld 

B.S. Nursing 



KAREN SUE QUAIL, Marion. Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
DANIEL L. ylllCG. Livermorc 

B.S. Industrial EducatK>n and Tcchnologv 
PAUL DANA RABUZZl, .]olTcr.sonlown 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
EUGENE DOUGLAS RAINS, Middlcsboro 

A.B. Political S( icni (• 



L. MICHAEL RANEY, Richmond 

B S Industrial E'ducation and Technology 
Wll I UMjEKEERV RATLIEK. Alien 

\ B Broadcasting and B.S. Law Eiitoncmciil 
Ml( II\ELSTE\EN KAY, Eairlidd, Ohio 

B S Prc-Dciital Science 
RICHARD DANIEL KAY, Lancaster 

B.S. Electronics 



DEBORAH LYNNE REED, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Home Economics 
JOELLEN REED, Winchester 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 
EDDIE M. REID, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
BARRY E. REYNOLDS, Paris 

B.B.A. Management 



BEVERLY j. REYNOLDS, Booneville 

B.S. Home Economics 
CAROLYN REYNOLDS, London 

A.B. Social Work 
GREGORY RYAN REYNOLDS, Lexington 

B.A. Speech and Drama 
SYLVIA FRAN RICHARDSON, Richmond 

* B. English 



ROBERT KENNETH RICHTER, Fort Thomas 

A.B. tjeography 
TERRII.L R. RIDDLE, lellersontown 

B.S. Education 
RICHARD DOLAN RIDER, ,| R, Warsaw 

W.H. German 
JANE ARLENE RIG(;INS, Mintonville 

B.S. Home Economics 



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Agriculture Adds To Campus Beauty 



CATHKRIN'E F AVE RIGGS. Bardstoun 

B.S. Niirsiim 
MAK\EV D. KlhlllK. Nortli Heiid. dliio 

B.S. Kli-mrnl.in KiIik alioii 
Kll \ IIIiCllIK 

II.,-- Khinriilan Kdiii jh.in and Kindt- rtfarl.-n 
K MIIK'l \ Jll KdACII. liainilloii. ( Mn.i 

B.S Klrrlltnl.in Fdm almn and KindiTiiarlcn 



IKi:\K I K(I\|;K. \.Mtor 

B.S. NiirMUK 
\1\K1 I'OSEV K(.)AKK. (i»,-n~ljoni 

B.S. Hli\SHal EdlKatK.n 
\KTHl R FIJNT RUBKKSdN. Kli/.alu-tlitnwn 

B.S. Iiidii^lnal Ediiialion 
ll.VRUM) REini ROBERTS. Pk■aMlrl•^UIe 

B.B..\. FinanLT 



SIIIRI.E'l SI E KOBKK IS. W orlliiii»l(.n. (Hii.i 

B..--. Bu.>ini-s> Edinatioti 
1(MI\ LESLIE RDBERISON. Lawri-nr.-biirs 

\.ll. Broadca.'-liiis 
MELISSA BETH R()BERTS(i\, L.lian.ui 

B.S. Child l),-M-l()i)in.-Mt 
DEBRA 1'. ROBINSON. KHIcnn-. Ohi.. 

A.B. Soiial \\..rk and B.S. ( ;,irni ln>n- 



EREI) Sll.\ ANI .^ RoBlN.sdN. Orlan.lu 

B.S. Elenu-ritar\ Edui atmn 
\IR:HAEL DAVID ROBINSON, \larlin 

B.B..A. Actoiiiitins 
RLLA G. ROBINSON. Hi. k..n . N.ulli i an.lina 

B.S. Mathematics 
ROBERT LEE ROBINSON. l.cuiiMilh- 

B.S. Industrial Art> 



|i\NN> C. ROIK.ERS. Librrlv 

\ l; Art 
DA\ID N. RO|)(;Ei;S.(:arr,illtc,n 

B.A. Bufini-ss 
.lORgUIN RASADO KODGERS. B.-nhani 

B.B.,'\. Businfs.s .\dmlnislration 
KENNETH G. ROEBEGK. Battl.' Gn-.k. Midutfan 

B.S. Law EiifDrci'iiifiit 



i:\RI. I.. ROGERS. LmnsMlh- 

B.B. \, \(r,)niilinK 
I.ALRA (T.EM ROLLER. Uainillc 

B.S. Matlicmatics 
PATRKTA JANE ROSEBERRV HopkiriMilh- 

B.S. Eh-nifiitan and Spi-i lal Edniatuiii 
MARV E. ROSS. L.nn.Milli- 

B.S. Hhslorv 



.lOHN EDWARD ROUSE. W elNbiin.;. Wfsl Virsinia 

B.S. Law Eni'oroi'Mu'Mt 
MARTHA ANNE ROWLETTE. Richmond 

B.S. ElemcnlarN Education and Kindergarten 
GARNETT GERALD ROV. I.a(;ranac 

B.B. A. Marketing 
GHRIS RLMPKE. Cincinnati. Ohio 

.A.B. French and B.S. Elementary Education 




430 Seniors/Rig-Rum 




CMtIO AM)KK\\ SAIiAI), D;n toil, Ohio 

B.S. Ilralth 
HENRY BUKNAM SANDIDGE, Hi([imond 

B.S. Law Enlorcement 
BRENUA KAY SANDIJN, Morris Fork 

B.S. Elementary Ediualioii and Kindersarlcn 
MARK STEVEN .SANDS, Parker.sbiirg, Wv.sl Virg 

B.S. Law Entorcrrnerit 



STEI'liANlE l.YNN SAM'ORI), Davion, Oluo 

B.S. Earlv Cliildluiod Edueaticiri 
DEBORAH K. SAUNDERS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
LARRY DALESAVACE. Hebron 

B.S. Rehabilitaliou 
DAMIt KEITH SA VLOli, florbin 

H.H.A. Business Ailiiiiiustratioii 



TINA LEIGH SCENT, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Nursing 
JUDY SCHEIB, Davion, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
GEORGETTE M. SCHMEES, London 

B.S. Special Education 
BOBBIE jO SCHNEIDER, Louisville 

A.B. Philosophy 



Brenda Quillen cut.s flowers for one of the many arrange- 
menLs floral design students place across the campus. 



Seniors/Sab-Sch 431 



(iaptain Maria Stripling toiiduct.s her KOld class in the 
air of the ra\ inr. 




DEBRA ANN SCHOCK, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Patholo^' and Audiolo^ 

jAMKs \'.\l\ \\ M llii\i\KKK. \ew|M)rt 

I! i: \ 1..M. r,ii i;ii-iiir-, 

TEIli:\( I I II M III I IK, KortW right 

B.B.A. Electronic Dala Proccssini; 
HERBERT JOHN SCHWENDEMAN. Dayton, Ohio 

B.A. Speech Patliologj' Audiolojjy 



SUSAN LEE SCOTT, Troy, Ohio 

A.B. History 
JAMES E. SEARLE, Elizabethtown 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
STEPHEN W. SEITHERS, West Union. Ohio 

.■\.B. Political Science and B.S. Psvchologv 
ANTHONY THOMAS SEROWIK, Eau Gallic 

B.S. Physics 



CAROL JEANNE SH AFER, Cincinnati, ( )hio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LINCOLN V. SHARP, JR., Harrodsburg 

A.B. Political Science 
CATHY LYNN SHAY 

B.S. Elementary Education 
VIVLAN R. SHERMAN, London 

A.B. Drama and Speech 



EUGENE THOMAS SHERRARD, Louisville 

B.S. Law Knrorciniciit 
JAMES ROBERT SHIELDS, Walton 

B.B.A. Finance 
PHILLIP WENDELL SHOEMAKER, Canal Winchester, Ohio 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
STEPHANY PENA SHULTZ, Valley Station 

B.S. Psychological and Sociology 




432 Seniors/Sch-Shu 



Coed ROTC . . . Students And Teachers 





DLNNIS MllRKILL SILLS, Lexington 

B.S. Recreation Administration 
\VILLL\IV1 EARL SIMKINS, Harrodsburg 

B.S. Physical Education 
JULIA ANN SIMS, Atliertonville 

B.S. Elementary and LearniiiR l->i,sabilities Education 
THOMAS MARK SIMS, Owensboro 

B.S, Recreation .Adniinislration 



DIANE. |0Y SINGLETON, Fergu.son 

B.S. Fashion Merchandising 
EMILY SINGLETON, juiKtion Citv 

A.B. Social Work 
MARyl'ETTA SIZEMORE, Maiubcsti 

B.S. Interior Design 
KENNETH RAY SLONE, Stambaugh 

A.B. English and Spanish 



DEBORAH SUZANNE SLUSHER, Middle.sboro 

B.S. Speech Pathology 
LINDA I). SMALL. Wartield 

B.S. Physical Education 
MICHAEL STEPHEN SMALLWOOD, Louisville 

B.S. Horticulture and Turfgrass Management 
DEBBIE LYNN SMITH, Richmond 

B.S. Pre-Medical Science 



DEBORAH C. SMITH, Carrollton 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
DEBORAH LEE SMITH, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Medical Technology 
DIONNE F. SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation Supervision 
GUY .STEPHEN SMITH,, |R., Lexington 

B.M.E. Music 



Seiiiors/Sil-Smi 433 



JERKILINN M. .Wtl.l.L'l SMI I II. Moiiiil Ncrriun 

B.S. Elemenlar\ Education 
JERRY WAYNE SMITH. Piqua. Oliio 

B.S. Physical Education and Recreation 
]OYCE .\. SMITH. Winche.'ittT 

B.M.E. Music 
M.ARY BETH SMITH. Loui.-villc 

B.S. Elementary Education 



P.JiTRK.l.A .\NNETTE SMITH. ShcILn mHc 

B.S. Environmental Resources 
RICH.-VRD jlSTICE SMITH, Waverly, Ohic 

B.S. hidustnal Teclinology 
TOM RENEE SMITH, Louisville 

B.S. Elcmentan and Special Education 
L'RSHELL SMITH, Manchester 

A.B. Political Science 



Sludcnt> m good academic standing at midterm are able to 
enroll in spring semester courses in earl\ December. 




434 Seniors/Smi-Smi 



Outstanding Numbers Qualify To Preregister 




VICKIE LYNN SMITH, Mounl Vernon 

A.B. Library Science 
ViKGINlA LEE SMITH, Corbin 

B.S. Home EcoiioiiiicN 
GEni;(,l' h >M II H, H \SS. Williamsburg 

I; - I ,1U I riln,,r,,in,t 

VICKIL >l I' S\l)(lk,Sinitlilield 
B.S. Biology 



DON AIT) CARL SNYDEK, Walnutport. Fciiiisvlvaiua 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DAVTU WILLIAM SOMMEKKAMP. Park Hills 

B.B..'\. Accounting 
RICHARD LAWRENCE SPARER, CincinnatL Ohio 

A.B. Regional Planning 
CARL ANTHONY SPARKS, Ashland 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



LARRY NEIL SPECK, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ELLEN JANE SPILLMAN, Carrollton 

B.S. Physical Education 
GAYLE E. SPRAUL, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
JANET ELAINE STACY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 



JOHN NICHOLAS STANSBLRY, Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 
PATRICIA JEANNE STANSBl RY, Louisville 

B.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling 
BARRY EDWARD STALFFER, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

B.B.A. Management 
JOHN MASON ST. CLAIR, Richmond 

B.B.A. Business .Administration 



DAVID R. STECK, West Alexander, Ohio 

B.M.E. Music 
PAMELA SMITH STECK, Raywick 

B.A. Chemistr\- 
FRIEDA ALENESTEPHENS, Pine Knot 

A. A. Nursing 
SHARON ANN STEPHENS, Russell Springs 

B.S. Psychology and Rehabilitation 



MARK KIM STERBLING, Cmcinnati, Ohio 

B.S. Recreation 
SUE JEAN STERNEBERG, Covington 

B.S. Vocational Home Economics 
DEBRA CHARLENE STEVENS, Mount Vernon 

B.S. Home Economics Education 
EDITH CHARLENE STEVENSON, Irvine 

A.B. English 



GEORGE HARRY STEWART, Jr., Cincmnati, Ohio 

B.S. Vocational Industrial Technology 
KAREN D. STIVERS, Shelbyville 

B.B.,A. Office Administration 
GAIL B. STONER, Hagarstown, Maryland 

B.S. Nursing 
JOETTE BLUNSCHI STORM, London 

B.S. Elementary Education 



Seniors/Smi-Sto 435 



Discussion Courses Encourage Idea Development 



ROBERT C. STURM, l.ondoii 

B.B.A. Business Administration 
CRAIG E. STRATTON. Lawrenceburg 

B.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
DAMEL PEMBERTON STRATTON, Pikevill 

B.A. Political Science 
DAVID CAREY STRATTON, Pikeville 

B.A. Political Science 



EDWARD LEE STRICKLAND. Donglasville, Georgia 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARVIN EUGENE STRONG. JR., Jackson 

B.B.A. Finance 
SUSAN C. STRONG, Hazard 

B.S. Phv.sical Education 
CAROLYN ANNE SI TL, Oxford, Ohio 

B.S. Elenicntar\ Education 



HOMER P. SL I.FRIDGE, Ricliniond 

B.B..A. Data Processing 
DAVE K. SULLIVAN, McCarr 

B.S. Biology 
JOHN KEITH SUMMERS, Louisville 

B..'^. Broadcasting 
JIMMY WAYNE SUMPTER, Mount Holly. North Carolina 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



EVA ELAINE SURFACE, Richmond 

B.S. Elementary Education aiid Early (Miildhood 
JOYCE LYNN SUTPHIN. Burton. Ohio 

B.S. Biology 
BETTY LOU SUTTLES, Grayson 

B.S. Business Education 
ANNE SWAIM. W Llmington, Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 



Ji Dl A. B. SWEENEY, Colunihij 

B.S. Math and Chemistry 
JERRY TACKETT,Melvin 

B.S. Pre-Dentistry 
STEPHEN WAYNE TACY. Cincinnati. Ohio 

B.S. Industrial Education 
LAVADA ANN TALLEY. Magnolia 

B.S. Elementary Education and Learning Disabilities 



JEANNE MARIE TARULLO, Louisville 

A.B. French 
KATHERINE R. TAYLOR, Sidney 

B.S. Physical Education 
PEGGY LEIGH TAYLOR, Dayton, Ohio 

B.S. Dietetics 
TERESA ANN TAYLOR, Frankfort, Ohio 

B.S. Speech Pathology and .Audiology 



GARY BLAINE TERRELL, Milford, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
KAREN (;AYE THARP, Jackson 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
HUGH PRENTICE THARPE, Frankfort 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
DAVID PAUL THEILEN, Louisville 

B.A. (Chemistry 




436 Senior.s/Sto-The 




A ^tud<'nt riiiil.rnpl.Ui ^ llu- liix u>siiiii in j l.iu rnlorif iiu'iil 
arrt'st procrdurt' clas^. 



JAMES A. THOMAS, Dry Ridge 

B.S. Elcmenlarv Education 
PE(;GY EEE THiJMAS, Midway 

B.S. Nursing 
SANUI W. THOMAS. DrN Kidgi- 

B.S. Business Edutaliun 
WH.LIAM RUSSELL THOMPSON. Louisville 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



TOBY ANN THORPE, Wavland 

A.B. Social W ork 
LINDA RAETINCHER, Kranklort 

B.M. Music 
THERESA BECKER TINGLEV. Norlhbrook, Illinois 

B.S. Eood Service Management 
BRENDA LEE TODD, Carrollton 

B.S. Elementary Education 



CALVIN M. TOWNSEND, Lexington 

B.B.A. General Business 
PATTl ANNE TREADW-AY, Elizabetliton, Tennessee 

B.S. Interior Design 
DANIEL ALLEN TRIPLETT, Loui.sville 

B.S. Law Enlorcemeiit 
BE TTIE MARIE TROWELL, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 



Seniors/Tlio-Tro 437 



|)1\IK I II I m B\. Ha/fl Park. MiilHsan 

H.S. HoTiie Economics Education 
I.ARRV PAl 1. TRLSSELE. Carlisle 

B.S. Health 
CAROL A^^ TL CKER, Orlando. Elonda 

B.S. PliW'iieal Education 
KATHRVN MAI.INDA Tl CGLE. Iljrrod.sburg 

B..S. Home Economies Education 



NATTA Tll.ARL \. Bangkok. Thailand 

B.B.A. Accounting 
CHESTER UOl GI.AS Tl RNER, Garrett 

B.B.A. General Business 
C.LE^DA l.EE Tl RNER. Krankhn. Ohio 

B.S. Elementary Education 
1,IM)A S. TIRNER. Franktort 

A B. .■social Work 



Wll IIWli 11 \IG Tl RNER.Fra.-er. Michig 

A.B. Political Science 
UONALD H. TUSSEY. Prestonsburg 

B.S. Agriculture 
MICHAEL ANDER.^ON Tl TTl.E. Inine 

B.S. Mathematics 
GEORGIA K AVE TYE. Callowa\ 

B.S- Biology 



l)a\Mi Cnsfp succumbs to the Sandman \\lnle studying m the 
libran . 




438 Seniors/Tru-Tye 



Study Often Gives Way To Sleep 




M.^'^ik 




A ^^M 




CONSTANCE MARIE URI,AGE. Kort Thomas 

B.S. Physical Education 
MARY ElJZABETH VANARSDAEE, Yardley, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Home Economics 
MICHAEL ALAN VANARSDALL, Burgin 

B.S. Recreational Administration 
JULIE LYNN VANDERHORST 

B.S. Elemenlarv Education 



LANA ROSE VANNARSDALL. Owenlon 

B.S. Home Economics 
LLOYD VANNARSDALL, Owenton 

B.S. Agriculture 
PAl L RISSELL VANPELT, Hanover, Pennsvlvama 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
MARGARET ANN \ ARBLE, Vevay. Indiana 

B.A. Elementary Education 



DIANA LAYNE VARNER, Cynthiana 

B.S. Recreation and Park .Administration 
CARLA ANN VALGHN, Middlesboro 

A.B. German 
Rt)SANN ERANCES VIEL. Highland Heiglits 

B.S. Mathematics 
RICK VINCEN r, Spokane, Washington 

B.S. Industrial Education 



ELIZABETH ANN WADDLE, Somerset 

A.B. Social Work 
DEBRA CAROLE WADE, Russell Springs 

B.S. Nursing 
LESLIE A. WALKER, Louisvdie 

B.S. Recreation 
VIRGINIA HtJLBROOK W ALLS 

B.S. Elementary Education and Kindergarten 



KATHY L. WALTER, Fairfield, Ohio 

A.B. Social Work 
ARTHLIRINE M. WALTERS, Louisville 

B.S. Recreation 
MICHELE BRYANT WALTERS, LouL-iville 

B.S. Psychology 
MICHAEL K. WARD, Versailles 

B.S. Chemistry 



KIRK ALAN WARNER, Lexington 

B.B..\. Management 
ANTHONY CLAY WARREN, Mount Sterling 

A.B. Broadcasting 
BEVERLY J. WARREN, Burnside 

B.S. Business Education 
BEVERLY JEAN WARREN, Richmond 

B S. Corrections and Social Work 



KENNETH EARL WARTSCHLAGER, Loui.sviUe 

B.S. Industrial Education 
JENNIFER LYNN W.Vl'KINS, Pleasureville 

B.S. ("hild Development 
ROBERT A. WATKINS, Jeffersonville, Indiana 

B.S. Physical Education 
DANIEL WATSON, Sabina, Ohio 

B.S. Agriculture 



Semors/UrLWat 439 



Laboratories Supplement Class Lectures 




GARY STEPHE^ WATSON, Muiuir, Indi, 

B.B.A. Marketing 
PEGGY Rl Sll W A rSON. RKlinuuid 

B.S. Elinirrilar\ Ecliiialion 
SUSAN %EI.I,ENt: WVITS, All.-n 

B.S. Elementary Education 
DEBORAH I,. WAY.Carrollton 

B.S. Malliiinatics 



JAMES SHERMAN WAY H. Rielinuuid 

B.S. Industrial Edu<atii>n 
SARAH ELIZABETH WEATHERS. Lexington 

B.B.A. Office Adniuii.-tration 
HERBERT E. WEDIG, Cincinnati, Oluo 

B.S. industrial Education 
CARL WELLS, JR., Stanton 

A.B. Chemistry 



PATRICIA MILLER WELLS, Louisville 

B.S. Elementary Education 
LORETTA ANN WESELY, Boi.se, Idaho 

B.M.E. Music 
HARRY JOSEPH WEST, Lima, Ohio 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
V. FAYE WEST, Richmond 

B.S. Business Education 




440 Seniors/Wat-Wes 




Ur. Kurni/ro Cartiir liNtcn> jtlnilivilv tc 
(ionib.N presents luiii. 



priihlein Steve 




JOHN BOTTO WESTEKFIEI.I), Liniisville 

A.B. History 
PATRICIA BETH WHEELEK. Sai>ersviile 

B.S. ElemenUrv Education and Kindergarten 
MARGARET ANN W HELAN, Kettering. Ohio 

B.S. Elementarv and Special Education 
DEAN L. WHITAKER, Richmond 

B.S. Recreation 



,|l AMTA H. WHITAKER. Jenkins 

B.S. Elciiieiitar\ Education 
PATRICIA ANN WHITAKER, Mount Sterling 

A.B. Social Work 
RICHARD JAY WHITAKER, Wayne.sville, Ohio 

B.B.A. Marketing 
ANTHONY E. WHITE. Irvine 

A.B. Histor\ 



GEORGIA SUE WHITE, Jackson 

A.B. Social Work 
JAMES E. WHITE, Louisville 

A.B. Art 
I KAY WHI IE, Independence 

B.S. Fashion Merchandising 
MICKI N. WHITE, Burlington 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



Seniors/Wes-Whi 441 



Lecture Notes Remain A Primary Study Source 



SAM ASIIKOKIl Will IK, \l.-rii|ilus, Tennessef 

H.S. Kecrealion and I'ark Adninuslratioii 
UKKOV (;E()RG[-; WIAFE-ABABIO. KumaM, t'.liaiia 

H.S, Medical Teilinulo<j\ 
LF.RdV WIAFE-ABABIO, Kiima,-i. Cliana 

H,S, MiduancrliiiiilcgA 
SALLV \VlE\T,|t;S, W aviK-svdIc, Ohio 

B,S, Elfmeiitarv Kdiuation 



SHIEl.A A^^ \\l(;(;i\S, l.ancast.T 

B,S, ElrmciilarN and Special Kdncation 
HELEN ,|0Y WICGINTON. Hloomricld 

,\,B. Library Science 
PATKICIA SUE WILDER. Ciibbage 

B,S, Physical Education 
.lUE ALLEN WILKERSON, Lebanon 

B,S, Law Enloncment 



(;AR> L. WILLIAMS, Shclbvville 

B,S. Physical Education 
GARY WAYNE WILLL\MS. Loui.sville 

A.B. Art 
.ll'DITH LYNN WILLIAMS, Barbouryille 

B,S. Elementary Education 
KAREN ELAINE WILLIAMS, Lexington 

B.B.A, Accounting 



LARRY THDMASWILLIAMS, Lawrenceburg 

B.B,A. Accounting 
LESLIE LYNN WILLI \MS, MorchcaH 

B,B,A, Einanc- 
SANDRA ANN W II.LI.WIS. Liiicinnati, Ohio 

B.B,A. Marketing 
SUSAN DEAN WILLIAMS, Kranklort 

A.B. Spani.sh 



BILLY E. WILLIAMSON, Ridiniond 

A.B. Elementary Education 
lOY ELLEN WILLIS. MUton 

B.S, P,sycholog>' 
LOIS .1 ANE WITT WILSON. Irvine 

B,B,A, Office Administration 
PATRICK C. WILSON. Louisville 

B.S. Physical Education 



ANN ELIZABETH WINGERT. .S.mers Point. New jersey 

B.S, Interior Design 
HAROLD L. WINSLOW. Richniond 

B.S. Law Enforcement 
ERIC WARREN WIRTZ. Cm. innali. Ohio 

B.S. Physical Education 
GERI SUSAN WISE. Frankfort 

B.S. Physical Education 



KATHY ELAINE WITT, McKee 

B.S. Elementary Education 
FRANK B, WOODS, Lexington 

B,S, Electronic Technology 
HOBART WOODS,. I R,, Manchester 

A,B, History 
,|ANE LYNN WOODS, Louisville 

,A,B, Geography 




442 Seniors/ Whi-Woo 










Sheree Schott (jerches on a campus bench to study her notes. 




DONALD WRIGHT, Florence 

B.S. Psychology 
LARRY RAY WRIGHT, Sadieville 

B.S. Chemistry 
TERRY GLENN WYATT, Berea 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
TIMOTHY R. WYLIE, SomerviUe, New Jer.sey 

B.S. Law Enforcement 



PAMELA ANNE YEAGER, Fort Thomas 

B.S. Elementary and Special Education 
PALL E. YERIAN, Columbus, Ohio 

A.B. Political Science 
RONALD F. YOUNG. Harrodsburg 

B.S. Industrial Technology 
WAI MING YUEN, Shaukiwan, Hong Kong 

B.S. Medical Technology 



DOUGLAS J. ZECKNER, Louisville 

B.S. Biology 
ROY BRUCE ZIEMANN, Richmond 

B.S. Industrial Electronics 



Seniors/Wri-Zie 443 




Spare moments are most appreciated on hectic days, and graduate student Eddie Banken relies upon his unique Hute for a change of pace. 



444 Graduates 



Diverse Interests Fill Leisure Time 




IllKANYl CHUKWU ACIIIIMBA, Nigeria 

M.H.A. Markfling 
JOSEPH A. ADEJIIMOBI, Nigeria 

M.A. Business Education 
MAHIAN ANTOINETTE AHL, Louisville 

M.l'ji. (iiiiil.iiiei' and (Counseling 
TIIEOI'IIIMS \l)EGBOYEGA AKANDE, Nigeria 

M.A. EducalioM 



CHARLES ROBERT ALLEN, Cold Water, Michigan 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
RODNEY GLEN ALSUP, Milton 

M.B.A. Accounting 
PAUL RAYMOND ANDREWS, East Bernstadt 

M.A. Health Education 
ABDULLAH M. BADRAN, Saudi Arabia 

M.B.A. Accounting 



PATRICIA MAGEE BAILEY, London 

M.A. English 
RONALD M. BALL, Pine Knott 

M.A. English 
WILLARD NELSON BARBOUR, Durham, North Carolina 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
DENNIS WAYNE BELCHER, Shepherdsville 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



RICHARD JOHN BIELECKI, Clark, New Jersey 

M.B.A. Management 
BETTY C. BINGHAM, Barbourvillc 

M.A. Elementary Education 
ETHEL LUCILE BOSTIE, Anniston. Alabama 

M.A. Political Science 
WILLIAM FREDRICK BROCKMAN, JR., Dover-Eoxcroit, Maine 

M.P.A. Public Administration 



JOHN PAUL BRIJMSTETTER, Scio, Ohio 

M.S. Physical Education 
JOSEPH MICHAEL BUCHANAN, Florence 

M.A. Kdiiialion 
CHUN WAN CHANG, Taipei, Taiwan 

M.A. Industrial Guidance and Coun.seling 
TAI SHENG CHEN, Taiwan 

M.B.A. Business Administratitni 



CECILIA PZLRONG CHI, Taiwan 

M.B.A. Economics 
MARGARET PZLFONG CHI, Taipei 

M.A. Spanish 
DAVID NEIL CLAYTON 

M.B.A. Economics 
SHIRLEY ANN COBB, Cincinnati, Ohio 

M. A. Student Personnel in Higher Education 



DENNIS NEAL COOK, Richmond 

M.S. Biology 
WALTER CABLE CRAMER, Ashland 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
EARL THOMAS CROUCH, Irvine 

M.A. Cliemistrv 
J. RICHARD CUMMINGS, Jamestowi 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



Graduates/Ach-Cum 445 



Students Learn Through Practical Exercise 



THEODORE EDWIN DAGEKOKD, Maiiliattan, Kansas 

MS. Physical Education 
JENNIEER ANN DANIEL, Corhm 

M.A. English 
DAVID P. DejOE, Frcdonia. New York 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
LINDA LOU DENMAN, Lake Leelanau. Michigan 

M.B.A. Business Adnnnislralion Marketing 



I'KEOPllAN DHAMAPONG, Bangkok. Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JOHN E. FOLAND, Miamisburg, Ohio 

M.S. Recreation and Park Administration 
ARTIll R L. FOSTER, Richmond 

M.S. (Tiemistrv 
RLTll LYNNE FRIIXS, Maryville, Tennessee 

M.A. Physical Education 



MICHAEL E. GERACE, Cleyeland. Ohio 

M.M.E. Music 
CHARLEY EDWARD (JILLISPIK. Richmond 

M.B.A. Accounting 
ROBERT CECIL GRANT, Mount StcHing 

M.M.E. Music 
BONNIE C. GRAY, Dayton. Ohio 

M.A. Elementary Education 



TOMMY D. GRIDER, Columbia 

M.S. Oiminal Justice 
VERNON GROSS, Jackson 

M.P.A. Public Adminstration 
GLENDA KAYE HALL, Somerset 

M.A. (juidance Counseling 
BARBARA J. HAMMET, BeattyviUc 

M.A. Special Education 



VICTOR RYAN HANNAN, Berea 

M.A. Education 
JUDITH F. HARVEY, Fairfield, Illinois 

M.A. Home Economics 
ALE.XA ANN HATFIELD, Viper 

M.A. Special Education 
WnXIAM SCOTT HAYS. Hazard 

M.A. English 



IMOGENE HERALD, Batavia, Ohio 

M.A. History 
JOHN WENDELL HILL, Berea 

M. '\. Industrial Education 
DELPHINA HOPKINS, Greenville, South Carolina 

M.S. Mycology and Plant Patholog> 
DWIGHT C. HOUCHEN.S, Mount Olivet 

M.B.A. Economics 



DARRELL NORRIS HOVIOU.S. Ilustonville 

M.A. English 
BETTY HSIEH, Taiwan 

M.B.A. Accounting 
PARE C. HUMMEL, O'Fallon, Missouri 

M.S. Physics 
ANNA H. HUNG, Taiwan 

M.A. Home Economics 




44b Graduates/Dag-Hun 




ilAI IIW \N(;, laiwa.i 

M. B.A. Business Administration 
KKNNETH JEKRY JACKSON, Bristol, Virginia 

M. A. Physical Education 
RALPH V. JOHNSON, Danville 

M. B. A. Economics 
CAROLYN M. KINSOLVING, Shelbyvillc 

MA. Business Education 



TAI-CHU LAI, Chiayi, Taiwan 

M.S. A. Business 
COLLEEN K. B. LANE, Louisville 

M.A. Industrial and Community Counseling 
BEN-SENG LEE, Taiwan 

M.A. French 
JULIA LOUISE LONG, Crossville, Tennessee 

M.S. Physical Education 



ALISON S. McFARLAND, Owensboro 

M.A. Mathematics 
GARY LINN McGREGOR, Benton 

M.S. Earth Science 
MARY DAVID McGUIRE, Winchester 

M.S. Biology 
JANIS LEA McNULTY, Cincinnati, Ohio 

M.A. Elementary Guidance and Counseling 



RONALD EUGENE McWHORTER, Hamilton, Ohio 

M.A. Geography 
JAMES HENK'I MVCKIE, Jacksonville, Florida 

M.S. Heal III Education 
SALIM HAMAD .MALIO, Saudi Arabia 

M.B.A. Business Administration 
WAYNE ALAN MANDELL, CarroUton 

M.S. Geology 



T. J. Hamblen drenches a cow in EKU's diary herd with a 
dose of medicine. 



Graduates/Hwa-Man 447 



Band Members Perform At Varied Functions 



Robert Hartwell directs the EKU Band at the opening of the 
newly reconstructed Fort Boonesboro at nearby Boonesboro 
State Park. 




RICHARD H. MANNING, WUder 

MA. History 
NORM \.N jKROMK \I \N.'^KIP:LD, West Paducah 

\I.r. \. I'lihlK \(iminislralion 
ARCIIIK, 111 CI) MARTIN 111, Metairie, Louisiana 

M.S. Geology 
SEYED BlIIK MOHAMMADI, Tabriz, Iran 

M.A. Sociology 



MICHAEL J. MONTGOMERY, Dayton, Ohio 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
THOMAS SMITHSON MORTON, Troy. Ohio 

M.A. Phy.sical Education 
DAVID SCOTT NEAL, Pine Knot 

M.B.A. Accounting 
ALICE MONTGOMERY NEVELS, Scotlsburg, Indiana 

B.A. EngUsh 



EDGAR CRUZ NICOLAS, Quezon City, Philippines 

M.S. Chemistry 
BERNARD BURCH O'BRYAN IIL Louisville 

M.B.A. Business Administration 
PETER LOUIS OLSEN, Lexington 

M.A. Physical Education 
ROY PAUL OSBORNE, Corbin 

M.S. Mathematics 




448 Graduates/Man-Osb 




EKU Itand mnnl]iT> (ml lorlh a unified t-lfort (luniig Ihis 
August praciici- >c,-.mi)ii. 




ROBERT ALFRED PAINE, Richmond 

M.P.A. Public- Administration 
STACY PALEOLOGOS, RockviUf, Maryland 

M.A. Art Education 
HWANG W. PARK, Seoul, Korea 

M.B.A. Accounting 
GERALD LYNN PARKS, Lexington 

Ed.S. Physical Education 



PRAVINKVMAR L PATEL, Lexington 

MS. Industrial Teehnologv 
DONALD ALAN PAULIN, Hamilton. Ohio 

M.A. Health Education 
HOWARD JOSEPH PIPES, Louisville 

M.S. Vocational Technical Teaching 
JANICE A. PUJDA, Linwood, New Jersey 

M.A. Physical Education 



DEBORA SUE RIDENOUR, Marion, Ohio 

M.A. Physical Education 
RANDl D. ROEBUCK, Battle Creek, Michigan 

M.A. Elementary Counseling and Guidance 
MARIE C. ROSS, Cumberland 

M.A. English 
CHANADDA RUANGSUWAN, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.A. Guidance and Counseling 



Graduates/Pai-Rua 419 



Tranquility Contributes To Learning 



LT. CHAR\PAT RIANGSLW AN. Bangkok. Thailand 

M.A. Histor\ 
ALICE RUDOLPH. Ne%vport 

M.S. P.-vchologN 
MICHAEL RAND RLSSELL. Clovi.s New Mexico 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
Y. K. SAFL Bombay. India 

M.S. Chemistry 



SATYABRATA SHAW. Oris.sa. India 

M.B.A. Accounting 
RICHARD TODD SHIGLEY. Nebraska City. Neb 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
THAKSIN SIIINAWATRA. Chiangmai. Thailand 

M.S. Criminal justice 
MAN-1R)NG SIL. Hong Kong 

M.S. Industrial Technology 



jANA LYNN SMITH. MmoL North Dakota 

-M.S. Physical Education 
KAREN LYNN SMITH. Ashland 

-M.A. Education 
LINDA ELAINE SMITH. Wot Liberty 

M.S. Elementary Education 
STEVEN B. S.MITH. Richmond 

-M.S. Business Education 



DAVID LEE STAPLETON, Richmond 

M.A. Library Science 
ELAINE TACKETT. Lexmgton 

M.A. Ind. and Comm. Guidance and Counseling 
THOMAS MICHAEL TATLM. Lebanon 

M. .\. Education 
JANET MARIE TAYLOR, Vine Grove 

M.A. Physical Education 



GRACE THOMAS. India 

M.S. Chemistry 
NICK CURTIS THOMPSON. Louisville 

\\..\. Political Science 
GARY COX TODD. Independence. Virginia 

!\I.S. Administration in Criminal Justice 
ROBERT BLAKE TRADER. Wilmington. Delaware 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



LORI TUNGATE, Kettering. Ohio 

M.A. Elementary Education 
MARION F. TURLEY. Loul.sviUc 

\\..\. Education 
LYNDA LOIS TURNER. Corbui 

M.A. Education 
SANDRA KAY TURNER. May.svill, 

M.S. Guidance and Counseling 



WTLLIAM RICHARD TUTTLE, Winchester 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
ANITA G. TYSON. Traverse City. Michigan 

.M.S. Criminal Justice Education 
RVENGEHAI V.^JANABLKKA. Bangkok. Thailand 

M.P.A. Public Administration 
DARLA JEAN VOGELSANG. Hebron 

M.A. Education 




450 Graduates/ Rua-Vog 




Students study almost anywhere- but the ravine is espeeially luring on warm 
afternoons. 




, tJtmiM 



JOHN KEITH WEBB, Allen 

\I.A. Education 
JlLl. SHANNON WHICKER. MeKee 

M. A. Education 
GARY DALE WHITAKER, McRoberts 

M.A. Education 
DONALD LOUIS WILLIAMS, Bethel. Ohio 

M.S. Business Education 



MARVIN EDWARD WILSON, BooneviUe 

M.A. Elementary Education 
MANIT WONGSOMBOON, Bangkok, Thailand 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
JULIAN FU-CHIEU WU, Formosa 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
RELYOUNG AMOS WU, Taipei, Taiwan. R.O.C. 

M.S. Chemistry 



JEFFREY FRED YOUNG, St. Cloud. Mmnesota 

M.S. Criminal Justice 
GREGORY G. ZEITS, Lake Leelanay, Michigan 

M.S. Criminal Justice 



Graduates/Web-Zei 451 



DIANNA LYNNE ABERNATHY, Edgewood 

A. A. Clinical Medical Assistant 
JAMES L. ADAMS, JR., Clay City 

A.A. Electronic Technolosy 
JEAN M. AKERS, Elkhorn City 

A.A. Nursing 
MARY MAC BARNETT, Cynthiana 

A.A. Nur.sing 



JOHN WILLIAM BARROW, JR., Louisville 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
HELEN MARIE BARTLEY, Louisville 

A.A. Administrative Medical A.ssistant 
CANDACE LYNN BAUER, Loveland, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
BONNIE BOWEN, Mason, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 



CHERYL ROCKELLE BOWLING, Lexington 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
DEBBIE LYNN BRADLEY, ShelbyviUe 

A.A. Executive Secretarial Science 
CYNTHIA ANN BRANUM, Sparta 

A.A. Child Care 
SHERRY JEAN BRIGHT, Lexington 

A.A. Law Enforcement 



LENITA ANNE BROWN, Cynthiana 

A.A. Medical Assistant Technology 
SANDRA LEE BROWN, Fort Thomas 

A.A. Nursing 
MARY LYNN BROWNING, Lebanon 

A.A. Nursing 
MELBA JEAN BROWNING, Falmouth 

A.A. Interior Decoration 



David Brough takes a break during the last week of clas.ses to 
examine a newly arrived Milestone. 




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452 Associates/Abe-Bro 



Early May Brings Arrival of Yearbooks 




KMMA FAYE CAMPBELL, Clarksvilk. Tetincssei- 

A. A. Secretarial Scienee 
CAROL ANN CllADWELL, Midillesboro 

A. A. Nursins 
CAKON L. COLLIEIi Tampa, Florida 

A.A. Medical Record Technolof!;y 
FAULA SUE CONN, Louisville 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 



PATRICIA DIANE COOPER, Raceland 

A.A. Nursing 
SANDRA JEAN COULTER, Danville 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
JUDY ANN CUNNINCHAM, Richmond 

A.A. Nursing 
KAREN ELAIN CURRY, Columbia 

A.A. Nursing 



MARTHA J. DALTON, Pikcville 

A.A. Nursing 
DONNA FAYE DAVIS, Port Royal 

A.A. Medical Records Technology 
NANCY LYNN DENLINGER, New Lebanon, Ohi( 

A.A. Medical Assisting Technology 
VALERIE JEAN DOBINSKL Odenton, Maryland 

A.A. Juvenile Law Enforcement 



MELISSA CAROL DOWNEY, LouisviUe 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
SARAH OR.ME DRAKE, Stanton 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
ROBIN J. DRYSDALE, Dry Ridge 

A.A. Nursing 
DENISE DUFF, Versailles 

A.A. Medical Assistant 



SUSAN KATHLEEN DUFF, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.A. Executive Secretary 
BOBBI ANN DUNLAP, Versailles 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
KIM MARZELLE DUPLAIN, LouisviUe 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
ELAINE J. ECTON, Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 



DOUGLAS JAMES EIFERT, Erlanger 

A.A. Ornamental Horticulture 
GARRY ALAN FLDREDGE, Paintsville 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
LARRY ALTON ELDREDGE, Paintsville 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
DAVID THOMAS EUBANK, Eli/.abethtown 

A.A. Drafting Technology 



CAROLYN MARIE EVERSOLE, Grand Forts, North Dakota 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
SANDRA FAYE EWING, Middlesboro 

A.A. Nursing 
KIMBERLY S. FARLEY, Jenkins 

A.A. Nursing 
KAREN GAY FARMER, Carrolllon 

A.A. Medical Assisting 



Associates/Cam-Far 453 



Electives Develop Individual Potential 



PAMELA DEMSE FARMER, l.oujsvillc 

A. A. Nursing 
LESLIE ANN FAULKNER. Louisvilk- 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
DEBORAH SUE FERGUSON, Dry Ridge 

A. A. Sccrclarial Science 
CYNTIUA D WVN FISHER. Dayton, Ohio 

A. A. Inlenur Decoratnig 



KELLY KOHLER FITZPATRICK. Lexmgton 

A. A. Recreation and Park Administration 
CATHERINE GROEN FLINCH! \1, Wmcliesler 

A. A. Nursing 
SHERRY LEE FRANKS, Jenkins 

\. A. Nursing 
KENNETH E. FREDRICK, Ramsey, New Jersey 

A. A. Drafting 



VICKI KAYE FRYMAN. Cynthiana 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
KAREN SUE GARNETT. Melber 

A.A. Nursing 
DIANE LUCILLE GERDING. Bethlehem. Pennsylvania 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
PENNY RAE GILMORE, Harrod.sbnrg 

A.A. Nursing 



SHERRY LYNN GILSON. Red House. West Virginia 

A.A. Nur.sing 
LISA ANNE GOETZ, Highland Heights 

A.A. Corrections 
LYNNE MMllE GREENWELL, Louisville 

A.A. Nursing 
THOMAS E. GRIFFITH, Loui.sviUe 

A.A. Printing Technology 



PATRICIA JANE (iROLLIG. Bellevue 

A.A. Nursing 
CONNIE BELLE HAFLEY, llarrodsburg 

A. \. Business 
DENISE ISDN HALBERT. Martin 

A.A. Corrections 
JERRIANNE HALSTED. Richmond 

A.A. Child Care 



DENNIS BLAINE HANL Cynthiana 

A.A. Industrial Electronics 
LINDA SUE HAMILTON, Harold 

A.A. Child Care 
MARY ANN HAMILTON, Lebanon 

.\.\. Secretarial Science 
BEVERLY LYNN HAMMONS, Cincinnati. Ohio 

A.A. Child Care 



BEVERLY KAY HARLOW. LouisviUe 

A.A. Juvenile 
EDGAR A. HARRIS. JR., Chestertown, Maryland 

A.A. Ornamental Horticulture 
MARILYN KAY HAWKINS. Burgiii 

A.A. -Medical Assistant 
KAREN SUE HEFFRON, Readmg. Ohio 

A.A. Child Care 




454 Associates/Far-Hef 




Interior Design student Nancy Boggs executes the techniques 
involved in producing an earthernware slab pot in an elective 
ceramics class. 



BONNIK SUE HELLARD, London 

A. A. Child Care 
SHIRLEY JEAN HELTON, Elkhom City 

A. A. Law Enforeenicnt 
MARK CHARLES llEMFFLING, Hebron 

A. A. Ornamental Horticulture 
DEBORAH DITCHEN HERRON, Richmond 

A. A. Child Care 



SISTER BETTY ANN HESSE, Richmond 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBORAH ANN HEYER, Danville 

A. A. Medical Assistant 
JERRY LEE HILLIARD, Louisville 

A. A. Broadcast Engineering Technology 
BECKY SUE HOBBIE, North Bend, Ohio 

A. A. Medical Records 



COLLEEN HOBSON, Ashland, Ohio 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
WENDY KAY HOLDAWAY, LouisviUe 

A.A. Horticulture 
EASTER JONES, Manchester 

A.A. Nursing 
KAREN COLLEEN JONES, Pme Knot 

A.A. Nursing 



Associatcs/Hel-Jon 455 



JANET LEK JUSTICE, Elkhorn 

A.A. Nursing 
MARIAN CHRISTINA KECK. Hamill.ni. Ohio 

A.A. Niir.sing 
RUBY ANN KELLER, Harrod.sburg 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
CLAUDETTE J AV KESSINGER, Mentor, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 



VIKKI LEE KIDI), Junction 

A.A. Nursing 
SUSAN GATES KIRKLAND, Danville 

A.A. Interior Decoration 
CAROLYNN ANN KLINE, Beaver Springs. Pennsylvania 

A.A. Dietetic Technology 
PATRICIA ANN KOLLSTEDT, Hamilton. Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 



SISTER ANN JOHN KOTCH. In-ni 

A.D. Nursing 
ALYCEA K. LAWSON, Oanvilj,- 

A.A. Nursing 
JOANNE LEPERA, Hamilton. Ohio 

A.A, Child Care 
VICKI ANN LINZ, Cmcmnati, Ohio 

A.A. Juvenile Law Enl'orcement 



BRENDA JOYCE LIPPERT, VersaUIes 

A., A. Medical Assi,stant 
PATRICIA MAUREEN LUCAS, Louisville 

A.A. Law Eiiiorc('meiit 
KATHY JEAN LUCKEY, Columbus Indiana 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 
DAVID ALAN LUNTSFORD, Middlesboro 

A.A. Applied Electronics Technology 



Senior Linda Mays carelully renders a lloor plan 
Interior Design project. 




456 Associatcs/Ju.s-Lun 



Interior Design Offers Unique Program 




KAREN LYNN MiCRACKEN, Indianapolis. Indiana 

A. A. Medical litiords Technology 
MELANIE SUE McDONALD, Louisville 

A. A. Nursing 
CYNTHIA LYNN McKAIN, Wilmorc 

A. A. Nursing 
JUDY CAROLYN MACCAKlJ, VVIiilesburg 

A. A. Nursing 



PATTI LEEMAHAN, Corbin 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
ELIZAUETII MARTIN, Danville 

A. A. Law Enroreeineiil 
KIMBERLY CATHERINE MAUNTEL, Fort Mitchell 

A. A. Secretarial Science 
CAROLYN ANNE MAY, Winchester 

A. A. Secretarial Science 



LINDA LOU MAY, Lexington 

A. A. Medical Assisting 
PAULA JEAN MEADE, Lexington 

A. A. Medical Record Technology 
PATRICIA JEAN MERRITT, Winchester 

A. A. Nursing 
CAROLE L. MILLER, Louisville 

A.A. Medical Record Technology 



LINDA KAREN MILLER, Prestonburg 

A.A. Business 
KAREN DUDLEY MONTGOMERY, Versailles 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 
TERESA LYNN MOORE. Frankfort 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
PAMELA E. MULLEN, Loui.svillc 

A.A. Child Care 



AGNES MARIE NEMETH, Clayton, Ohio 

A.A. Medical Assisling-Clinical 
FREDA ANN NETHERY, LouisviUe 

A.A. Recreation 
VIRGINIA ANN NORRIS, Ford City, Pennsylvania 

A.A. Nursing 
SHERRIE L. NUNN, Louisville 

A.A. Nursing 



DIANA MARIE OGDEN, Hooven, Ohio 

A.A. Child Care 
CONNIE JEAN OLIVER, LouisviUe 

A.A. Law Enlorcemenls— Corrections 
BEVERLY JEAN PARKINS, Red House, West Virginia 

A.A. Nursing 
DANIEL DALE PAYNE, Jetlcrsontown 

A.A. Drafting 



ANDREA H. PFISTER, HamUton, Ohio 

A.A. Nursing 
ANN MARCEL PHILLIPS, Frankfort 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
DELORES ANN PRICE, Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 
SALLY SUSAN QUEEN, Georgetown 

A.A. Recreation 



Associates/McC-Que 457 



Pre- Registration Saves Later Hassles 



PEGGY ANN RILEY, Fort Mitchell 

A. A. Child Care 
BETH MILTON ROACH, Frankfort 

A. A. Nursing 
DEBRA IRENE ROBERTS, Eaton, Ohio 

A. A. Administrative Medical Assistant 
JACLYN KAY RYAN, LouisviUe 

A. A. Nursing 



JACKIE ANN SARGENT, Verona 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
MARIE L. SCHLEIFER, Frankfort 

A.A. Medical Assistant 
DEBBIE K. SCHULTE, Fort Wright 

A.A. Horticulture 
DIANNE ALICE SEBASTIAN, Covington 

A.A. Secretarial Science 



JUNE V. SETSER, Richmond 

A.A. Nursing 
PATRICIA ANN SHANKS, Crestwood 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
CONNIE DIANE SHRULL, Centertown 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
LINDA CAUDILL SiEBEL, Ashland 

A.A. Nursing 



KATHY S. SKIDMORE, Lexmgton 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
JUDITH ANN SMITH, Springfield 

A.A. Medical Records 
CINDY SOWDERS, Danville 

A.A. Nursing 
MARIE M. SPAHN, Harrodsburg 

A.A. Secretarial Science 



VICKY S. STAMM, Wallingford 

A.A. Child Care 
CONSTANCE GAIL STORY, Warsaw 

A.A. Nursing 
LINDA SUE STUCKER, Sylvania, Ohio 

A. A. Interior Decoration 
VICKI LYNN STUTZMAN, Hebron 

A.A. Dietetic Technology 



TERRI ANN SULLIVAN, Cincinnati, Ohio 

A.A. Recreation 
HELEN J. SWAFFORD, Manchester 

A.A. Nursing 
J. BOPREE TOWNSEND, Stanton 

A.A. Medical Assisting 
NICOLE H. TRIPP, LouLsviUe 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 



SHARON VENICE TRUE, HustonviUe 

A.A. Executive Secretarial Science 
DIANA LYNN VANBIBBER, South Shore 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
JOANNE JEAN VERVILLE, Mays-viUe 

A..^. Medical Records Technology 
CONNIE HOPE VEST, Verona 

A.A. Nursing 




458 Assoeiates/Ril-Ves 




Every minute counts when picking up and filling out pre-reg- 
istration class cards from several departments between 
classes. 




MARK FREDRICK VOGEDES, LouisviUe 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
CONNIE SUSAN WALLEN, MaysviUe 

A.A. Secretarial Science 
PATRICIA RUTH WARE, New Liberty 

A.A. Child Care 
FONDA RHEA WARNOCK, South Shore 

A. A. Interior Decoration 



MONICA GAIL WEBB, PhyUis 

A.A. Executive Secretarial 
MODENA MOBLEY WESLEY, Berea 

A.A. Law Enforcement 
MELODY LYNN WIEDMER, LouisviUe 

A. A. Clinical Medical A.ssistant 
SUZANNE WILKINS, Lancaster, Ohio 

A.A. Secretarial Science 



VICKI SUZANNE WILSON, Lexington 

A.A. Nursing 
GARY W. WITT, Orlando 

A.A. Drafting 
MARY ELIZABETH WOLFF, Fort Mitchell 

A.A. Food Service Technology 
RUTH EVELYN YORK, Albany 

A.A. Nursing 



Associates/Vog-Yor 459 



EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 



UNDERCLASSES 



CENTURY II 




Juniors Anticipate Their Final Year 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Becky Parks, secretary; 
John Burton, vice president; Debbie Troutman, president. BACK ROW: 
Peggy Rambicure, student co-ordinator; Patti Mudd. reporter; Herb 
Sheetinger, treasurer; Lynn Fox, student co-ordinator. 



With only one year away from graduation, the 
junior class returned, determined to make their final 
years memorable, (^lass officers were elected in Oc- 
tober and two new offices were added: those of 
student co-ordinators. Their job included the plan- 
ning of activities for the class. 

As spring came around the corner, the juniors 
turned their attentions to plans for a dance and 
making Easter baskets for Telford Community Cen- 
ter. 



462 Juniors/Class Officers 




JDSKPII I'RANCIS ABF.Ll. l.fbanon 
RICHARD G. ABNER Stanton 
ROBERT T. ADAIR Louisville 
JORECIA ADAMS Sassalras 
WILLIAM E. ADAMS Slielbyvill.' 



BRENDA LYNN ADAMSON Cleves, Ohio 

MARt;ARET AVA AIKEN Sanford, Florida 

DAVID PAUL ALBARES Fairfay, Virginia 

ANTHONY ROBERT ALESSANDRO Thornwood, New York 

MARTHA ELIZABETH AMBROSE Lexington 



THOMAS A. AMBURN Louisville 
NANCY ANDERSON Glencoe 
JAMES G. ANSLEY Kenton, Ohio 
TERESA ANN APPLEGATE Sidney, Ohio 
DOUG E. ARNOLD Springfield, Ohio 



KATHY G. ARNOLD Lancaster 
SITHI ASSANUVAT Bangkok, Thailand 
CAROLE J ANE AUGUSTINE Lancaster, Ohio 
DONALD RAYMON BABBAGE Louisville 
KAREN LESLIE BAILEY Shelbyville 



LOUIS J. BAILEY Kettering, Ohio 
PAULA GAIL BAILEY Wheelwright 
LINDSEY A. BAIN Speedway. Indiana 
FRED BAKER Manchester 
GARY LEE BAKER Newport 



MAURICE WALKER BAKER Richmond 
WINIFRED ANNE BAKER Atlanta, Georgia 
SANDRA ANNE BALL Miamisburg, Ohio 
WILLIAM HONLEY BALMOS Cincinnati, Ohio 
JUDY BALSER Cleves, Ohio 



TYNE BUSH BARDWELL HopkinsviUe 
JUDY GAIL BARNES Richmond 
FRED D. BARNOTT Lexington 
KIMBERLY ANN BARTH Cincmnati, Ohio 
AMY J. BARTHOLOMEW Celoron, New York 



WILLIAM S. BASTIN, JR. Lexington 
VICTORIA SPICER BATTE Cynthiana 
MARGARET E. BAUSCH Lexington 
TONSELARA BAXTER Fleming 
BRENDA KAY BEACH Dayton 



Juniors/Abe-Bea 463 



Inquisitive Pets Explore Campus 



RICHARD BEACH Ftluily, Ohio 
DEBY A. BEAM West Milton. Ohio 
MICAH STEVEN BEARD Liberty 
DEBORAH GAIL BEAVERS Louisville 
SLISl BECK Norwalk. Ohio 



NANCY S. BELCHER BeattyviUe 
GAYLE ANN BENSING Louisville 
BRENDA J. BENTON LouisviUe 
GEORGIETTA LEE BERRY CampbellsviUe 
LONNIE E. SETTLE Chilo. Ohio 



MARY ALANE BIEHN Falmouth 
JANET MARIE BIELEFELD LouisviUe 
MICHAEL RODNEY BILLITER Lawrenceburg 
MARY SUSAN BISCEGLIA Middlesboro 
DWIGHT K. BISHOP McKee 



DANIEL GERARD BISIG Louisville 
JERRY WAYNE BLACK Spnnglield 
KATHY JO BLACK LaGrange 
MARY ANN BLACKBURN Manchester 
RUTH ANN BLACKWELL Columbia 



SARA ELIZABETH BLAKE LouisviUe 

DAVID PHILIP BLANFORD Holy Cross 

PAGE CAROLE BLANKENSHIP Richmond, Virginia 

DONALD EDWARD BLOOMER Eubank 

MARY LEE BLOOMER Kettering, Ohio 



LARRY WAYNE BOBLITT ShepherdsviUe 
LINDA ANN BOES LouLsviUe 
ELIZABETH ANN BOGGS Maloneton 
ALLAN WAYNE BOIAN Lexington 
DEBORAH ANN BOLAND Cynthiana 



DEBBIE A. BON AGURA Kendall Park, New Jersey 
WALTER BONVELL Newburgh, New York 
TERRI SUE BOTKINS Frankfort 
ELIZABETH BLAIR BOTTOM Harrodsburg 
BILLY BOWLING, JR. Richmond 



BARBARA ANN BOWMAN VersaiUes 
HAROLD GLENN BOWMAN Germanlown. Ohio 
BARBARA A. BRADEN Milford. Ohio 
ELLEN LOUISE BRAUTIGAN Wapakoneta, Ohio 
SUSAN M. BRINEY Bardstown 




464 Juniors/Bea-Bri 







A1,VKN BRITE Cawood 
GARY G. BROADWELL Felicity, Ohio 
JOHN D. BRODT West Union, Ohio 
ROBERT MORGAN BROOKS McAndrews 
CARL WALLACE BROWN Cincinnati, Ohio 



DANNY STEVEN BROWN Ashland 
FREDA KAY BROWN Whilesburg 
JOYCE A. BROWN Lexington 
JANA GRACE BROWNING Falmouth 
LAWRENCE LEE BRUCE Mason 



CATHY ANN BRUMBAUGH Englewood. Ohio 
DAVE T. BUGG Harrodsbiirg 
SHEILA J. BUMGARDNER Campton 
DONN DARRELL BUNCE Lebanon, Ohio 
ROSEMARIE BURCH LoiiisviUe 



RHODA LILLIAN BURGIN Louisville 
DEBORAH K. BURRIS Mount Washington 
ROGER D. BUSSELL LouisviUe 
MARTHA ROSE CALLAHAN Roseville. Michigan 
LOIS RENA CAMERON Mount Vernon 



Numerous friendly canines tour Eastern "s campus regular- 
ly, and often enjoy an added treat from Greg Woodward. 




Juniors/Bri-Cam 465 



Judy Fiflds pond('r> her iii'\t move as shf works diligently 
on an art asMgnnicnl in the ravnie. 



BETTY JEAN CAMPBELL Canipton 
KENNETH ALLEN CAMPBELL Falmonlli 
WILMA DEAN CAMPBELL London 
PAMELA KAYE CARMAN Bybc- 
DEBORAH K. CARMICLE Liberty 



EMILY W. CARPENTER Lexington 
NANCY ELIZABETH CARRUTHERS Danville 
KRISTIN FLEMING CARUSO Oswego, New York 
DAPHNA JEAN CAST Winchester 
GARLISCAUDILL Prestonsburg 



LOIS A. CAUDILL Fern Creek 
PAMELA ANN CAUDILL Erlanger 
ANTHONY BARRY CECIL Draper, Virginia 
MARY CATHERINE CECIL New Haven 
RICKY C. CHADWELL London 



GARY A. CHAPMAN Winehester 
DUANA LEE CHARLES Findlay, Ohio 
LINDA FAYE CHESNUT Williamsburg 
ANN LOUISE CHEUVRONT Winchester 
MARIE CHIDESTER Jacksonville, Florida 




466 Juniors/Cam-Chi 



Meditation Is A Part Of Learning 




MARY BETH CIIINN Daiivillr 
CAROL JKAN CHRISTIAN Lancaster, Ohio 
FAYE CHRISTIAN Monticcllo 
SHARON K. CHRISTIAN Paris 
MARTHA ALIS CHRISTOPHER Irvine 



BRENDA JOYCE CLARK Lynch 

CLIFFORD THOMAS CLARK Cincinnati, Ohio 

GARY WAYNE CLARK Paint Lick 

JACKIE CLEVENGER Grayson 

FREIDA JO CLEVINGER Breaks, Virginia 



PE(;GY J. CLICK Richmond 

ROBERT LEE CLICK Ashland 

MAKINELLCOBB Maysville 

EARL ARLINGTON CODY III Miami, Florida 

MARY LOU COLE Prospect 



BAYARD VINCENT COLLIER Pikcvillc 
PAUL R. COLLINS Sassafras 
DALE SWARTZ COMBS Nicholasville 
DONNA ANN COMBS Dry Ridge 
LINDA DIANE COMPTON DanviUe 



PENNY ANN COOPER Somerset 
TERRY WAYNE COOPER Monticcllo 
MARILYN LOUISE CORNETT Skyhne 
JANIE COTTON Richmond 
NANCY ESTELLEE COTTON Richmond 



JOANNA COUCH Saul 
LESLIE A. COUCH Troy, Ohio 
DARLENE K. COVINGTON Lexington 
JANICE FAYE COX PincviUe 
KAREN LYNN COX Cincinnati, Ohio 



KATHIE JO COX Richmond 

PAULA RAE COX Frankfort 

DAVID L. CRACRAFT Maysville 

VICKI LYNN CRADDOCK ShepherdsviUe 

PAULA ANN CRAIG Lexington 



RHONDA JEAN CRAIG Mount Olivet 

DWANA ADAMS CRASE Blackey 

CONNIE CRASK Lawrenceburg 

DWIGHT RUSSELL CROPPER South Portsmouth 

TERRY L. CUMMINGS Louisville 



Juniors/Chi-Cum 467 



ROMONA LOIS CURTIS Louisville 
JOHN BENNETT DALZELL Lexington 
RICKY A. DAMRON Richmond 
LESTER ALLEN DAUGHERTY Walton 
TONDALEYO DAVIDSON BowUng Green 



DARLA JANE DAVIS Hopkinsville 
KIMBERLY ANN DAVIS Fort Mitchell 
RICHARD LEE DAVIS OwensvUle, Ohio 
TERRY LYNN DAVIS Irvine 
JANET RUTH DAWSON Owensboro 



ROGER E. DEAN Wheehng. West Virginia 
BRENDA GAILDEATON Somerset 
ROBERT JAMES DECURTINS Dayton. Ohio 
DARRELL EUGENE DENNIS Flatwoods 
MICHAEL LEE DENNIS Grundy, Virginia 



Nancy Perkins, an English major trom Johnstown. Ohio, 
looks through the many Cliff Notes in the bookstore as 
she searches for the particular one she needs. 




468 Juniors/Cur-Den 



University Store Fills Student Literary Needs 




['.F.TTYJO DKRO.S.SKTT I'rc^tori^burs 
SARAH v.. DKKU.SSKTT Prc.sloii.^ljiirg 
THOMAS PATRICK DEVINE Louisville 
SANDAYj. DICK li.-lhi'l. Ohio 
.|()Si;i'll S. DICKKRSON DaiivUlo 



DONNA DILI, MaH>M, Oliio 
KARLA ANN DOCKERY Corbin 
CLAUDIA JEANNE DOERR Galiatina, Oliic 
THOMAS G. DOWNS Bardstown 
M. TIMOTHY DOYLE Erianger 



PAMELA LYNN DOYLE May.svillr 

JEROME MAURICE DRUMMOND Purci-llvillc. Virginia 

GARRY WAYNE DUKES Louisville 

TERRY JEAN DUNCAN Covington 

MARY BETH DUNN Franklin 



ROBERT COOPER DUNN Hustonville 
SHARON GAYNELLE EDEN Richmond 
THOMAS PARKS EDWARDS III Danville 
DEBORAH GAYLE ELAM Mount Sterling 
PEGGY LEE ELLIOTT Science Hill 



KENNETH NOEL ENGLER Valley Station 
GALE ESTES Louisville 
MARLA J. ESTES Fort Thomas 
NINA NEALEVERMAN Clay City 
JENNIFER A. FAHR Cincinnati. Ohio 



ALICE ANN FAIN Hazard 

MICHAEL LEE FAIR Mount Vernon, Ohio 

NANCY C. FARRIS Ravenna 

JUDITH CAROL FIELDS Louisville 

RINNIEJO FIELDS Richmond 



DEBBIE ANN FIFE Louisville 
MICHAEL J. FINGER Frankfort 
SANDRA LYNN FIRESTINE Russell 
MARY WENDELL FLOOD Murray 
ALAN WAYNE FLYNN Lexington 



JAMES II. FLYNN liealtyviUe 

JOHN ROBERT FOLEY Lebanon, Ohio 

LISA YVETTE FOLEY Lexington 

KAREN DENISE FOLLOWELL Lebanon 

PATRICIA LOUISE FORSYTHE WiUiamstown 



Junior.s/Der-For 469 



Coeds Locate Solitary Spots For Studying 



SUSAN LANE FOWLER May^-viUc 

LYNN SUZANNE FOX Loiusvilh- 

GAIL LYNN FRAVERT Birmingham, Alabama 

CHARLES DONALD FRAZIER Forest Hills 

GWENDOLYN M. FRENCH Lexington 



JERRY D. FREW Saint ClairsviUe. Ohio 
JANET FRIEDMAN Rochester. New York 
CHARLES THOMAS FRITZ Cynthiana 
JERRY LEE FRITZ Cincinnati. Ohio 
LISA R. FULLER Wellston. Ohio 



KAY ANNETTE FUTRELL Hammond. Indiana 
KEITH D. GABBARD McKee 
LAURA LOU GABHART Harrodsburg 
MARILYN DEE GAINES Versailles 
ROXANNE B. GALL Fort Thomas 



KATHLEEN A. GALLAHER Louisville 
DAVID R. GAMBRELL Louisville 
JUDITH CLARENGARDA Ritssell 
JAMES LEE GARDNER Bethlehem 
LISA ANN GARDNER Tollesboro 



WILLIAM GREGORY GARRETT Bardstown 
CYNTHIA SUE GARTH Saint Louis. Missouri 
PAUL FREDERICK GAY Buckhorn 
LINDA ANN GEORGE Worthmgton, Ohio 
PAUL L. GIBBS Middl.-town. Ohio 



DEBORAH ANN GIBSON Elizabethtown 
GENE C. GIBSON Midland. Ohio 
MARGARET ANN GIBSON Richmond 
ROBERT M. GIBSON Lexington 
LUANN GIFFORD Washington Courthouse, Ohio 



REBECCA SUSAN GILTNER Park Hills 
HARRY KIRK GLASGOW Saint ClairsviUe. Ohio 
JERI L. GLOSS Cincinnati. Ohio 
CHARLES FREDERICK GOATLEY Springfield 
JAMES A. GOBLE Lexington 



GEORGE LEE GORDON JR. Louisville 
JIMMY WALLACE COVER Crab Orchard 
MARY CATHERINE GRAFF Finchville 
MARY FRANCES GRAVES Lorctto 
MARJORIE HELEN GREEN Richmond 




470 Juniors/Fou-Gre 




The lamp poles along the PowiU Center courtyard make 
good baek rests tor tired sliideiils. especially durnis a hard 
day. 



MICHAEL EUGENE GREEN Pickerington. (Jliio 
MARY ELLEN GREENE Hebron 
MARGARET DARE GREGORY Springfield 
KENTON G. GRIFFIN Richmond 
V, LOUISE GRIVETTI Harrodsburg 



PAULA LOUISE GROSS Grcensburg. Pennsylvania 
MALVERY JEAN HACKER Oneida 
JUDY RHODELLA HALCOMB Campton 
LARRY CLAY HALCOMB McKee 
ANDREA K. HALFHILL MaysviUe 



STEPHEN KENT HALL Crestwood 

TERESA LEE HALL Allen 

WILLIAM B. HALL Middlesboro 

CHARISSE M. HALSTAD South Haven, Michigan 

DAVID MICHAEL HAMMER Blanchester, Ohio 



VICKI L. HAMPTON Louisville 
MICHAEL EDWARD HANCOCK Louisville 
CHERYL ANNE HANDLEY Dayton, Ohio 
LINDA SUSAN HANSON Dayton, Ohio 
CANDIE LEE HAPPOLDT Massillon. Ohio 



Juniors/Gre-Hap 471 



ROBERT WILLIAM HARALSON Louisville 
BRENDA C. HARMON Richmond 
BRENDA KAY HARNEY CynUiiana 
DANNY RAY HARNEY Cyntliiana 
TERRIE ANN HARRIS Martin 



VERA ANNE HARRIS LouisvUIe 
WILLIAM HADEN HARRIS Richmond 
JUDY LANE HARRISON Campbdlsvillc 
JAMES T. HARTLEY Lak.-wood. New York 
JOHN PATRICK HASH Corbm 



DEBORAH ANN HATFIELD Ransom 

FATTY LYNN HATFIELD Charleston. West Virginia 

THOMAS DAVID HAYES Monroe, Ohio 

LINDA SUE HEDGECOCK Bellevue 

JOHN P. HEFFERNAN Long Island. New York 



PATRICK W. HKINRICH Ctiuinnali. Ohio 
HUGH BARRETT HELM III Stanford 
BRADLEY PHILLIP HELMS Canlield. Ohio 
JENNIFER LEIGH HELTON Corbin 
DRUSILLA JEAN HELVEY PikeviUe 



BILL G. HENDRICKSON Middlesboro 
DEBBIE ANN HENSGEN Cincinnati. Ohio 
KATHY JEAN HENSLEY Pewee Valley 
DEBRA SUE HENSON Jackson 
HUBERT R. HERALD Quicksand 



Extra time is often spent with Iricnds. as these two avid 
music fans practice a few chords on their guitars. 




472 Juniors/Har-Her 



Ravine Is Haven For Music Lovers 




RITA HESTKK Daiivillr 

ANITA M. MICKS Laiislcy 

BRENDA KAREN HICKS I'rcMonsburg 

CAROEYN MAE HILTON Coalcsvillc, Ffniisylvania 

DENNIS P. MINES Louisville 



JENNAC. MINSON lirooLsvillr 
PHYLLIS ANN HOBBS Pincvillc 
CHARLOTTE HOLBROOK Mdvm 
TERESA JEAN HOLCOMB Beria 
GERRI HOLLENCAMP Kettering, Ohio 



DAVID EUGENE HOLLON Danville 
PRENTICE DEAN HOLLON Campton 
ROGER D. HOLLON Campton 
ROWENA G. HOLLOWAY Louisville 
SUSAN M. HOPES Ashland 



JOHN EDWARD HORNBACK Sonora 
LONNIE HOSKINS PinevUle 
MERLE HOSKINS Manehcster 
DARRELL HOUSE London 
CHRIS HOWARD Richmond 



EVELYN HOWARD Asher 

LISA KELSEY HOWARD Lexington 

JULIE KAY IIOYT LouisviUe 

DOROTHY FRANCES HRANICKY Somerset 

DONNA S. HUDSON Somerset 



Tom Connell nestles against a tree in the ravine amidst 
autiimii's leaves as he practices several melodies on his 
flutophonc. 



Juniors/HesHud 473 



Student Ingenuity Tops Obstacles 



GREGORY FARRELL HUDSPETH Frankfort 

FLORENCE SUE HUFFMAN Burgin 

LYNN HUNT Bloomfield 

SUE HUNTER Fort Thomas 

GREGORY MARK IRWIN Clinton. Tennessee 



SHEILA ANN ISON RusseU Springs 
VICKIE SUE JACKSON Frankfort 
NANCY LYNN JERKES Dayton, Ohio 
CHARLOTTE DARLENE JOHNSON Hazard 
JANETS. JOHNSON Prestonsburg 



SHERRY JO JOHNSON Somerset 
MARSHA RAE JONES Ashland 
CHRISTINE JOSEPH Prestonsburg 
KAREN AUDREY JUSTICE Pikeville 
CONNIE RAE KAISER Cincninati. Ohio 



SHARPIE T. KAMBARA.Ml Salisbur), Rhodesia 
MARIKO KANAMORl Tokyo, Japan 
PHILIP RODNEY KAUFMAN Louisville 
BETHLEHEM KEBEDE Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
LAWRENCE LAMBERT KELLEY LouisviUe 



KAREN SUE KELLY Closplint 
BARBARA HELEN KIBLER Louisville 
CONNIE F. KIN.MAN Dry Ridge 
PETER M. KIRCHENER Louisville 
JAMES DURHAM KIRKLAND Lebanon 



SUZANNE ELIZABETH KLEIN Cineinnati. Ohio 
DONALD OTTO KLINGSTEIN Indianapoli.s. Indiana 
PHILLIP KEITH KOENIG Prospect 
DEBORAH ANN KOHLS Cold Springs 
M. BERNADETTE KOK Louisville 



CRAIG S. KOLB Addyston. Ohio 

KEVIN B. KUHEiNS LouisvUle 

GARY ALBERT KURK LouisviUe 

FRANK KUTNANSKY . JR. Braddock. Pennsylvania 

KIMBERLY A. LALLEY Louisville 



JOHN LaMANCUSO Jame.stovvn. New York 
WAYNE A. LANGFORD Falls Church. Virginia 
MONA GAIL L.ANGLEY Elizabethtown 
SAMUEL KENTON LANHAM Hazard 
CONNIE L. LAWRENCE North Middletown 




474 Juniors/ Hud-Law 




Becky Banner shows that barber shops are not for men only as she 
patiently awaits the barber, Heinz Bonneman's finishing touches. 



Juniors 475 



Some students study in rather odd places, as Brenda Todd 
props herself in one of the windows in the Roark Buildms 
for some last minute cramming. 



MALCOLM D. LAYNE Ivel 
PATRICIA ANN LEACH Prestonshurg 
PATTY LYNN LEAKE Loulsvdh- 
MICHAEL LEWIS LEASE Mount Verrion. Ohi 
GERTRl DE ANN LEHMAN Williamsluwn 



LINDA K. LEIENBERGER Ashley. Ohio 
ADRIENNE H. LENNART Louisvdie 
RONALD P. LEONHARDT Sulphur Sprillg.^. Ohio 
WING-SING LEUNG Hong Kong 
YUN FOG LEUNG Hong Kong 



ANITA KAREN LEWIS Dayton. Ohio 

DAMITAJ. LEWIS LouisviUe 
FREDERICK W. LICKERT Dayton. Ohio 
SHARON LARISSA LIGHTNER W.^st Mill, 
REGINA F. LITTLE Vmeent 



LESA FAYE LINDSEY Glasgow 
BARBARA LYNN LISEHORA MiUsboro. Delaware 
MICHAEL ANTHONY LOPRIORE Jamestown. Neu Y. 
JODIE MARIE LOVELACE Middletown. Ohio 
MICHAEL JOSEPH LOWRY Troy. Illinois 




476 Juniors/ Lay-Low 



Study Abounds At Mid-Term 




SHELI.EY J. LUEDERS Honolulu. Ilaivaii 
ROBERT STEVEN LUTZ Rad.liff 
EVELYN SHE MADDEN Clay City 
VIVIANE MADDEN Stanton 
REBECCA ELIZABETH MAEGLY Villa llilU 



DENISE R. MAERKL LouLsviUe 

SUSAN ANN MALONE WheeltTsburg. (JIuo 
DANIEL GEORGE MALONEY Yonkcr^, Ntw York 
GARY WAYNE MALONEY Louisvilli- 
RHONDA ELIZABETH MANERS William^lown 



RICHARD DEAN MANERS Independence 
JAMES M. MANN Springfield 
JUDY GAYE MANN VersaUles 
VAHIDOLDINMARASHI Tehran, Iran 
KEN DOYLE MARCUM Sand Gap 



STEPHEN EUGENE MARKERT Louisville 
SUSAN MARIE MARSH Wellston, Ohio 
CYNTHIA LEE MARTIN Louisville 
SUSAN D. MASLANKA Chicago. Illinois 
TERESA ANNE MASSENGILL Middlesboro 



ANN W. MATTINGLY Glasgow 

JAMES J. MATTINGLY Lebanon 

GAYLE ROBIN MAYHUGH Elizabcthtown 

ROBERT LAUGHLIN McALLISTER Florence 

RICK (iUSTABO McCHARGUE Louisville 



WILLIAM DUDLEY McCLAIN Paris 
JEFFREY E. McCLURE LouisviUe 
PERRY W. McCOLLUM El Paso. Texas 
RICK GALEN McCOLLUM Fairfield. Ohio 
DEBORAH KAY McCONNELL Lincoln Park. Michigan 



ROSEMARY McCROSKEY Richmond 
TIMOTHY WAYNE McCUBBIN Walton 
BETTY ANNE McFARLAND Harlan 
KAREN S. McGAHA TaylorsviUc, Indiana 
ROBERT LEE McKENNEY, JR. Falmouth 



MARY CLAYTON McKENZIE Paris 
TERRI VANECEMcMURTRY Louisville 
MARY TERESA .McQUADE Lithopolis. Ohio 
DEBBIE L. McWHORTER Tyner 
JUDY LYNN McWILLIAMS Nicholasville 



Juniors/Lue-McW 477 



Ravine Solitude Appeals To Students 



JOELVN MEDEIROS Ciiuinnali. Ohio 
JEFFREY LYNN MEDLEY Oxon HUl, Maryland 
MICHAEL RICHARD MEEKHOF McBain, Michigan 
DAVID R. MEFFORD Carrollton 
JOY LYNNETTE MEFFORD Owcn.-boro 



CAROL SUE MEINER Dayton 

BARRY MERCER Stanford 

LINDA CAROL MERCER Louisville 

EDDIE W. MICHAEL Louisa 

JOYCE L. MIDDELER Point Pleasant. Ohio 



JANET ELIZABETH MIDDLETON Claymont. Delawar 
CYNTHIA JANE MILLER Kettering. Ohio 
RHONDA KAY MILLER Pleasure Ridge Park 
ROSS NEIL MILLER Morristown, Tennessee 
MAREIA VONTRESS MINNIS SnnpsonviUe 



MARY JANICE MITCHELL Lexington 
JOHN MtCRORY MIZE VersaUIes 
LUCINDA MAY MONBECK Somerset 
KATHI MARIE MONN Dayton. Ohio 
VICKI LYNN MOON Mount Washington 



DONNA JEAN MOORE Bowling Green 
TAYLOR G. MOORE MonticeUo 
WILLIAM KENT MOORE Frankfort 
LEE A. MOREHOUS Louisville 
ARMILDA SUE MORGAN Hyden 



JOHN W\ MORNINI Wheaton. Maryland 

RICHARD RAY MORRIS Lexington 

RICKY HAMPTON MORRIS Shepherdsville 

STEWART LAMAR MORRIS Webster 

CHARLES QUAY MORRISON Lancaster, Pennsylvania 



JEFFREY THOMAS MUDD Owensboro 
KEVIN P. MULLEN Louisville 
PAUL EUGENE MULLINS Garrett 
POLLY SHARON MULLINS Myra 
HAROLD GENE MUNCY Hamilton. Ohio 



JAMES M. MURPHY Cincmnati. Ohio 
SUSAN CATHERINE MURPHY Fairfield, Ohio 
SALLY ANN MUSIC Prestonsburg 
NEAL HOUSTON MYERS Louisville 
JOSEPH FRANKLIN NEIKIRK Somerset 




478 Juniors/Med-Nei 




SUSAN R. NELSON Willinsbom. Nt;w Jersey 
CINDY S. NEWCOM Ashland 
DELBERT WAYNE NEWMAN Berea 
JANICE ANDREA NEWSOM 111 Hal 
WILLIAM RANDAL NEWTON llamillun. Ohio 



GARY STEPHEN NOE Winchester 
A. MICHELLE NOEL Frankfort 
JOY C. NOLAND Winchester 
BRUCE WILLIAM OLIN Pikeville 
JERRY LEE ONEY East Point 



KATHY ANN OSBORN Morrow, Ohio 
HELEN THERESA OSBORNE Springtield 
SANDRA KAYSHARON OVERBEE Lexington 
RICHARD T. OWEN New Castle 
JANET T. PACK Wooton 



Looking over his notes, this student discovers a bench in 
the ravine to be a suitable stop-over belore heading up the 
hill for class. 



Juniors/Nel-Pac 479 



Thf library offers numerous magazine listings to provide 
students the opportunity of keeping up on world news. 




JENNIFER DARE PALAHUNICH Berea 
BETH ANN PALM Cold Spring 
LINDA ALICE PARKER Baptist 
JEFFREY J. PARKS BrooksvUle. Ohio 
TED PARKS West Manchester. Ohio 



AMANDA CAROL PARSONS Pikeville 

JEANNINE M. PARSONS Mount Vernon 

CAROL F. PARTIDGE Columbus, Ohio 

MARGARET RUTH PATRICK Irvmc 

RAYMOND RUSSELL PATTERSON Sugarcreek, Ohio 



PATRICIA ANN PATTON London 

NORMAN ARTHUR PEARSON Springfield. Ohio 

DALLAS L. PELFREY Stanton 

CINNETTE SUE PENNY West Milton. Ohio 

NANCY COE PERKINS Johnstown. Ohio 



RHONDA W. PERKINS West Chester. Ohio 
SCOTT OWEN PERKINS Ashland 
RODNEY T. PERRY Frankfort 
JAMES J. PETERS Fort Thomas 
GARY M. PETITT Alexandria. Virginia 




480 Juniors/Pal-Pet 



Library Updates National Events 




JEANNE HEATHER PIIERSON Louisville 
DINO WESLEY PHILLIPS DanviUc 
LEE ANN PHILLIPS Heidelberg 
NANCY RUTH PHILLIPS South Shore 
DEBORAH LYNN PIERCEFIELD Falmouth 



GARY LEE PIERSON Trenton, Ohio 

EDWARD CHARLES PIRO East Montpeilier, Vermont 

DEBORAH L. PLUMMER Cynthiana 

GRACIA AINSLEE POPE NicholasviUe 

ELIZABETH ANN POTTER Louisville 



LINDA RUTH POWERS Cinrmnati. Ohio 
VIVIAN LEIGH POYNTER Richmond 
DANNY LYNN PRATER Richmond 
PATTY F. PREWTTT Williamsburg 
CATHERINE RENEE PRICE Booneville 



JACKIE JEAN PRICE Cincinnati, Ohio 
JO ANN PRICE ShepherdsviUe 
LARY DALE PRYOR Louisville 
WINFRED GLENN PUCKETT Irvme 
VICKIE LOU PURKINS Louisville 



JEFFREY CALVIN RALSTON Stanford 

GARRY READER Valley Station 

PAULA K. REID Middletown, Ohio 

EDWARD BRUCE REILLY Saint Clairsville, Ohio 

MARY LUCETTE REINLE Cox's Creek 



CYNTHIA LYNN REYNOLDS Middletown, Ohio 
MARK 11. REYNOLDS Louisville 
JOSEPH ROBERT RHEINECKER, SR. Saint Loves, 
MICHAEL WAYNE RHOADS Kettering. Ohio 
CHERIE L. RIDDLE South Shore 



NANCY FRAN RIDDLE Ashland 

DIANA JILL RIDDLEBARGER New Boston, Ohio 

RHONDA TERESA RIGGS Elizabethtown 

ALFREDA RILEY London 

MARY JOAN RIZER Bardslown 



KAREN LOUISE ROBERSON Louisville 
CONNIE ROBINSON London 
MARTHA ELLEN ROBINSON Frankfort 
PAMELA JO ROBINSON Florence 
SANDRA H. ROBINSON London 



Juniors/Phe-Rob 481 



Hard Work Persists On Campus 



RUliEKT BARin KOL SE\ I.ibcrly 
JAMES GREGORY ROWE Oweiisboro 
WAYNE ALLEN ROWE Lfxington 
LINDA C, RUF Louisville 
KATHY ANN RUFFLE Y Miliord. Ohm 



ROBERT L. RUSSELL Richmond 
KAREN SUSAN SAALFELD Windusttr 
BENITA SUE SABIE Bedford 
DANNY LEROYSAGRAVES Staflord>nlle 
EMIi.Y MARIE SANDERS Kranklurl 



NANCY ANN SANDS Owensboro 
DEBORAH ALICE SATTICll l.uuMdlr 
DENISE MARDELL SABAGE Hebron 
MICHAEL JOSEPH SCHENKENFELDER LouisviUe 
RICHARD JOSEPH SCHROER Louisville 



SUSAN M. SCHWEIGERT Southsate 

ARTHUR J. SCIL BBA Havertown, Pennsylvania 

BARBARA J. SCOTT Neuporl 

JANET KAYE SCOTT Pikeville 

LESLIE EUGENE SCOTT Pleasure Ridge Park 



MIRIAM J ANEE SELVIDGE Montieello 
SANDRA LYNN SEWELL Winchester 
ABBIE GAIL SEXTON Hazard 
MARGARET MILAM SHARON Midway 
YVONNE JOY SHAW Louisville 



FAITH FANEEN SHELTON Springboro, Ohio 
LARRY NOLAN SHEPHERD Pleasure Ridge Park 
MILISSA ANN SHERMAN Dayton. Ohio 
FRED DALE SHINKLE Williamstown 
SHIRLEY LYNN SHOAF Corbin 



KAREN ANITA SHOCKLEY Louisville 

HENRY CLAY SHORES, JR. Charleston. West Virginia 

DANNY F. SHOTWELL Cleves, Ohio 

GREGORY ARTHUR SIEVERT Cincinnati. Ohio 

REBECCA J. SILVERS Anna. Ohio 



LISA SIMPSON Lexington 

SHIRLEY L. SIMPSON Montieello 

JEAN MARIE SKEES Elizabethtown 

ROBERT HARRIS SKIDMORE Rising Sun. Indiana 

BECKY SKINNER Valley Station 




482 Juniors/Rou-SkI 




RICKY WAYNE SKINNER Williainslown 

DONNA JEAN SKOGLUND Arlington Heights, Illinois 

BELINDA G. SLAYTON LouLsvilU- 

TARI LYNN SLONEKER Hamilton, Ohio 

JAMES H. SMALLWOOD Rockhouse 



MIKE ANTHONY SMALLWOOD Dorton 
ANGELA L. SMITH Paris 
ANTHONY GENE SMITH Somersft 
DEIRDRE KATHERINE SMITH SlulbyviJi 
FLORENCE E. SMITH Whitley City 



GLENNA F. SMITH Paint Lick 
JAMES WILLIAM SMITH Toronto, Canada 
KATHRYN SLIZAN SMITH London 
TERRY R. SMITH Frederick, Maryland 
ROBIN SMOCK Danville 



ROBERT KEITH SMYSER Winchester 
CAROL JEAN SNAWDER Louisville 
KIM L. SNEED Cor bin 
TRACY ALLEN SNOWDEN Irvin 
BARBARA ANN SONDEY Loui.sville 




Signs do not always express the truth, as these two workers take a few 
mid-day moments out to gaze upon the campus happening.?. 



Juniors/Ski-Son 483 



Students Lend A Helping Hand 



JOANN Sl'AL LUINC Knulnillc 

THOMAS MITCHELL SPAIJLDING Morelaiid 

RICHARD FRANCIS SPILLE Sayreville, New Jersey 

MORRIS PAUL SPILLMAN New Castle 

DENISE DALE SPIVEY Lexington 



JENNIE CLELLAN SPRINGATE Versailles 

KAREN SPURLOCK Manehester 

RONALD W. SPURRIER Liverpool. New York 

GARY L. STAGGS Covinston 

BETTY DIANE STAIIL Covinston 



VU;K1E LYNN STAMBAL GH (Uneninati, Ohio 
CHARLOTTE LOUISE STANLEY Wlieelwrislit 
LINDA STAPLETON Flint, Michigan 
KAREN LOUISE STARK Cincinnati, Ohio 
WILLIAM A. STARK Williamsburg 



JUDITH CAROL STEINMETZ Charleston, West Virginia 
KATHLEEN STEPHENS Springboro, Ohio 
REBECCA ELLEN STEPHENS New Pans. Ohio 
ANNE STEPHENSON Montieello 
JACKIE LEE STEPPE Bonneville 



JANET STEVENS Mount Eden 
L. C. FLOYD STEWART Alton, Illinois 
MARILYN ANN STEWART Xenia, Ohio 
REBEKAH T. STHRESHLEY Fort Meade. Florida 
STEPHEN FRED STOESS Crestwood 



GARY FRED STROWTG Havertown, Pennsylvania 
SARAH M. STOMP Ashland 
NANCY LOU STURGILL Bruin 
RALPH EDWARD SUTTLE Middlesboro 
VIRGINIA ANN SUTTON Edenton. Ohio 



BEVERLY K. lACKETT Medway. Ohio 
LINDA GAYLE TALKIE Bethel. Ohio 
JOHN CARROLL TANNER Frankfort 
KAREN PAMELA TARTER Nancy 
KATHERINE C.TATE Pans 



ANGELA L. TAYLOR Augusta 
BRIAN A. TAYLOR Cincinnati. Ohio 
DIANA J. TAYLOR Augusta 
GEORGE P. TAYLOR JR. Frankfort 
PAULA ANN TERWILLIGER Midway 




484 Juniors/Spa-Ter 




When Bo Free Townsend finds her gas gauge on empty, Ted Raybould 
comes to the rescue with a supply of fuel from his own tank. 



Juniors 485 



The soft spray and gentle ripple of tlie fountain's water 
provide the perfeet study environment. 



PATRICIA V. TH ACKER Mount Vernon 
BILL THOMAS THOENY Cold Spring 
RALPH BENJAMIN THOMAS Fairfax, Virginia 
TERRY MARLENE THOMAS Dry Ridge 
BILLY W. THOMPSON Manchester 



GEORGE WADE THOMPSON Calvin 

JEFFREY RICHARD THOMPSON Mount Perry, Ohio 

MINDA FRANCES THOMPSON Hebron 

SALLY M. THOMPSON Florence 

SUSAN MICHELLE THOMPSON Cadiz 



THURMAN C. THORPE Walton 
DAVID KENT TINGLE Westport 
RICHARD LEONARD TOLLE MaysviUe 
SUZANNE TRAYLOR Ashland 
L. COLETTE TRENT Fort Thomas 




4i^iiiyliife^ 



486 Juniors/Tha-Tre 



Plaza Atmosphere Ignites Study 




DEBBIE TROUTMAN I.ouisviUe 
YORK-YOUTSANG Hong Kong 
DEBORAH L. TL'DOR Richmond 
CHARLENE FAYE TURNER Hazard 
EDWARD T. TURNER Havcrtown, IVnnsvlvania 



MARY SUE TURNER Franklin, Ohio 
NORMAN ARTHUR UHL, 11 Lexington 
RALPH DAVID ULLOM Washington, Pennsylvania 
BETTY P. UNSEED Bardstown 
BILLY RAY UNSELD Bardstown 



VU:T0R BLANDING UTTINGER Lexington 
MICHAEL J. VAGEDES West Milton, Ohio 
CATHY MARIE VANDERMOLEN Warwick, New York 
CAROLYN LEE VAN GILDER Middletown, Ohio 
VERNON L. VAUGHN London 



THERESA GAIL VETTER Lonisville 
WAYNE T. VILLELLI Sclden. New York 
TIM D. VORBECK London 
JANE K. WAGNER Middletown, New York 
LINDA SUSAN WAGNER Lookout Heights 



STEPHEN GLENN WAGNER Loveland, Ohio 
SHFLIA DIANA WALKER Hazard 
JULIAN L. WALL Waynesburg 
STEPHEN J. WALLACE Fort Wayne, Indiana 
LEO W. WALTERS Woodbine 



NANCY J. WARD Erianger 
DAVID R. WARNER Dayton, Ohio 
ELIZABETH ANN WARREN Paris 
DALE ANNA WATKINS London 
DANNY LEE WATKINS Crestwood 



CHRISTY KAREN WATSON Liberty 
RACHEL DARCEL WATTERS Louisville 
JANNETTE MARIE WAY Richmond 
DANIEL SCOTT WEAVER Blanchester, Ohio 
PEGGY MARIE WEAVER LouisvUIe 



PATRICIA L. WEBB Langley 

TEDDY JOE WEINGARTNER New Richmond, Ohio 

WAYNE ANTHONY WELCH LouisvUIe 

CANDACE LEE WELLS LouisviUe 

DEBRA K. WELLS London 



Juniors/Tro-Wel 487 



Classes Indulge In Wide Areas Of Knowledge 



I hi' iiicdiial re('iird> dcparlmiiil broadcn> the scope of 
luidtTstanding data, filt-s, and reports. 



ERNEST B. WELLS Cincinnati, Ohio 
LEON GILL WELLS Frankfort 
MARSHA LYNN WELLS FelicLty. Ohio 
KATHEN L. WESTMORELAND Louisville 
MARIE ELAINE WHEATLEY Springfield 



SUSAN L. WHEELER Lexington 

CLARICE GEORGEANNSKY WHITE Langston. Oklahoma 

DAVID G. WHITE Frankfort 

RAMONA WHITE Middlesboro 

REBEKAH RUTH WHITE Valley Station 



SAMUEL H. WHITE Petersburg, Virginia 
MICHAEL THOMAS WHITEHOUSE Lebanon 
BEVERLY KAY WHITLEY Campbellsville 
KIMBERLY A. WHITLEY Campbellsville 
JEFFREY ALAN WILDE Dayton, Ohio 



DAN RAY WILSON Brookville, Ohio 
JUDITH DIANE WILSON Reading, Ohio 
KATHERINE E. WTLSON Villa Hills 
REBECCA RUTH WILSON Eminence 
SHARON LEE WILSON Roseville, Michigan 




488 Juniors/Wel-Wil 




Dan Lichty's swimming classes offer specific training for 
experienced swimmers in diving and racing, while begin- 
ners learn survival techniques and basic strokes. 



DEBORAH ANN WIRTH ValUv Stalior 
DENNIS WAYNE WITHERS Somerset 
PAULA J. WOLFE Danville 
jOANN WOODRUFF Cmemnati, Ohio 
ELLEN HALE WRIGHT Louisville 



LOU ANN WRIGHT Waddy 

MARSHA LYNN WRIGHT Prestonsburg 

MELISSA L. WRIGHT Louisville 

RAYMON WRIGHT Lexington 

DAVID WAYNE WULLSCHLEGER Jackson 



MEREDITH KATHLEEN YANCEY Fern Creek 
RICHARD HUGH YEH Wheaton, Maryland 
DAVID J. YOUNG West Union, Ohio 
JAN YOUNG West Union, Ohio 
MONITA GAY YOUNG Louisville 



KAREN SUE ZAIDAN Edgewood 
THOMAS EUGENE ZIMMER Dayton, Ohio 
DAOUGLAS LEE ZUERNER Owensboro 
DIANA JEAN ZURFACE Wilmington, Ohio 



Juniors/Wir-Zur 489 




Sophomore Class Performs Services 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Imogene Bankston. treasurer; 
MiTidy Streetman, secretary; Louise Zeigler, vice-president: Craig Morri- 
son, president. 



Acting priiiiarily as a service organization, the 
Sophomore Class worked toward the social needs of 
all the students. From dormitories, Hrockton. and 
otf-campns housing, students were chosen to ser\e on 
the board of student coordination. The board was 
formed to achieve fuller representation of the sopho- 
more ideas in the overall student body output. Tliese 
ideas were revealed in liotii social and scr\ ice activi- 
ties held by the class. 

In the fall the class held several fund-raising proj- 
ects, consisting of car washes and bake sales. The 
money from these projects was donated to needy 
foreign students at Christmastime. After several meet- 
ings, the class also held an enjov able spring social. 



490 Sophomores/Class Officers 




jANIE LANK ABBOTT Stearns 
JOHANNA ACH Irvington 
JAMES CHAMPION ACKI.EV Eouisvjll 
BAKBAKA SLIE ADAMS Louisville 
JANET CAROL ADAMS Danville 



KAKEN DIANE ADAMS Whitesburg 

THOMAS L. ADKISSON Itvington 

ALICE MONDUPE AKANDE Iragberi, Nigeria 

ROBERT LEE ALBRO Louisville 

TANYA LYNN ALDRICH New Carlisle, Ohio 



JAMES L. ALFORD Waynesburg 
CAROLYN SUE ALIFF Valley Station 
DEBORAH M. ALLEN Louisville 
GREGORY D. ALLEN Salyersville 
MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN Oneida 



RHONDA L. ALLEN Stanton 
CONNIE LEE ALLNUTT Owenton 
GLORIAJEAN ALVEY Louisville 
DENNY AMBLIRGEY Roxana 
MARY ANDERSON Kingsport 



RITA L. ANDERSON Newtonsville, Ohio 
DANA NEIL ANDREWS SouUi Charleston. Ohio 
KAREN SUE ANTIS South Shore 
MARGARET RUTH APPENFELDER Louisville 
REBECCA SUE APPLE Lancaster 



ANITA GAY ARMSTRONG Albany 
DONNA CHERYL ARNOLD Louisville 
CATHY ARRIGON Maineville, Ohio 
RICHARD WILLIAM ASHWORTII Park Hills 
ROBERT M. ATKINSON Lexington 



GREGORY W. BAILEY Louisville 
MARY LYNN BAILEY Louisville 
ROBBIE BAILEY Louisville 
ROBERT DAVID BAILIFF Somerset 
BRENDA SUE BAKER Middletovvn, Ohio 



ELAINE R. BAKER Corbin 
DAVE BALL Hamilton, Ohio 
WILLIAM L. BALL LouisvUle 
MARTHA LOUISE BALLARD Bardstown 
DEBRA JEAN BANDY Lancaster 



Sopliomores/Abb-Ban 491 



IMOGENE BANKSTON Louisville 
TINA SUE BARBER Asliland 
CAROLYN JOY BATES Willianislowii 
MARYJOBATTE Cyiitluaiia 
DEBBIE ANN BATTLE Fort Milclicll 



KAREN SUE BAUER Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHARON ANN BAUER Cincinnati. Ohio 
EVELYN FRANCES BAUMSTARK Richmond 
BRIDGET C. BAXLEY Owensboro 
BRENDA GAYLE BAXTRON Louisville 



BEN J. BAYER Richmond 
CYNTHIA ANNE BAYES Louisville 
TERESA SUE BAYES Valley Station 
CHERYL LYNN REASON Xenia. Ohio 
CYNTHIA DAWNAE BEATTY Williamsport. Ohio 



CAROL D. BEATY Albany 
JUDITH ANN BEATY Hamilton, Ohio 
DAVID RICHARD BECK Bethel. Ohio 
TIMOTHY ALAN BECKETT Athmta. Georgia 
TONY L. BECKHAM Williamstown 



Cindy Miller fights grocery cart, clothes basket, and a 
mob ol people as whe returns to the hectic job of moving 
back into Walters Hall after the summer break. 



492 Sophomores/Ban-Bee 




Sophomores Return After Summer Vacation 




BAKliAKA KM.EN ItKllVMKK Hillsbnro, Ohi., 
CLIFI'OKI) L. HKI.UEN Kjchtnond 
JOHN I'ATRICK HKKLAMV Stanton 
BARBARA ANN BELLOMY Knoxvill.-, Tennessee 
DANIEL D. BENNETT Lebanon 



MARK EARLE BENNETT Bedford. Indiana 
AMY M. BERRYMAN Lexington 
MARTHA FAY BEST Fort Thomas 
LISA ANNE BEVERLY Wise, Virginia 
MARY A. BIERLFY Miamisburg, Ohio 



EDWARD JAMES BIRD Cleveland, Ohio 
JERRY ALLEN BISHOP Lonisville 
MARY LOll BISHOP Springfield 
GONZELLA BLACK. Paris 
SAIINDRA KAY BLACKBURN Sidney 



RICHARD ALLEN BLAIN Dry Ridge 
MARY JANE BLAIR Bardstowji 
J. WAYNE BLANKENSHIP Shiloh, Ohio 
DALE MELVIN BLEVENS Louisville 
RONDAM. BONAR Falmouth 



TAMARAKIMBOOTHE Richmond 
NANCY VICTORIA BOSTON Louisville 
DARA SUZANNE BOTHE Lexington 
NITA LOl! BOTTOMS Burgin 
RICHARD LENN BOTTOMS Perrvville 



JAMES ALLEN BOWLINt; Florence 

STEVE A. BOWMAN Danville 

TOMMIE CLARENCE BRADLEY Louisville 

MICHAEL ALBERT BRADSTREET Springboro. Ohio 

LISA ANiN BRANCH Jeffersontowi 



DAVID C. BRANDENSTEIN Miamisburg. Ohio 
KENNETH DAVID BRAY Valley Station 
DAVID LEE BRIDGEMAN Albany 
JODIE ANNE BRILL Fairfield, Ohio 
REBECCA GWEN BRINEGAR Frankfort 



STEVEN RAY BRISTOW Louisville 
DANIEL BRADLEY BRITT Zoneton 
VALERIE ANN BROTHERTON Richmond 
CHERYL LEE BROTZGE Jeffersonlown 
DAVID KEPI 11 BROLIGH Brooksville 



Sophomores Beh/Bro 493 



Before the mad fall rush begins. University Store em- 
ployees must find the time and patience to place all the 
many books on their proper shelves. 



MARTHA JOYCE BORWN Lebanon 
RYAN K. BROWN Wilmore 
STEPHEiN MARK BROWN Lexington 
ROBIN GAIL BRUMFIELD Richmond 
LONA MARIE BRUNKER Cynthiana 



JANEEN MARIE BRYAN Dayton, Ohio 
LINDA ELLEN BUCHANAN Kingsport, Tennessee 
PATRICIA RAE BUCKINGHAM Covington 
CAROL ANN BUNCH Fort Mitchell 
DEBBIE LEE BURNETT Louisville 



KAREN JEAN BURNS Stony Ridge, Ohio 
RHONDA GAY BURNS Georgetown 
JACQUELINE L. BUXTON Louisville 
DALE ALLEN BYERS Louisville 
MARLAJ. BYERS Ostrander, Ohio 




494 Sophomores/Bro-Bye 



University Store Creates Atmosphere of Activity 




HRKMJA (;, BVKU liooiicvillc 
KKVIN KOSSCAMl'BELI, Iti.llrr. Indianu 
AMCK ANN CANNON Daniillr 
CARL A. CANNON I'ikriori, Ohio 
KATHV FRAN CARKV Oavt-I Swilch 



MICHAEL CURTIS CAREY Lexington 
VIOLET DOLORES CAREY Lexuigton 
SHEILA JEAN CARPENTER Louisville 
ETHEL MARIE CARSON Pennington Gap. Virginia 
DEBORAH CALE CASEY Cincinnati. Ohio 



PATRICIA JOAN CASH Albany 
ANGELA MAUREEN CASTEEL East Bemstadt 
SAMUEL MARK CAHDILL White.sburg 
VICKIE LYNN CAUDILL Beattyville 
SANDRA L. ClIANEY Kettering. Ohio 



DEBORAH CIIAFFIN Preslonsburg 

INDRIANASY CHAO KHI CHANE Mad^igascar. Malagasy 

BARBARA ANN CHAUDOIN Louisville 

ALAN BOYD CHEEK Louisville 

MANAS CHIARAVANOND Bangkok, Thailand 



SUPARB CHIARAVANONT Bangkok. Ihailand 

PATRICK FRANCIS CHIC Frankfort 

JOHN SHERIDAN CHIDESTER Jacksonville. Florida 

MELINDA FAYE GUILDERS Mousie 

DEBORAH LORRAINE CHOATE Loveland. Ohio 



JANE ALLEN CHRISTOPHER Winchester 
JOSEPHINE CISLER Frankiort 
CHRISTY LYNN CLARK New Albany. Indiana 
STEVE GORDON CLARK WhiUey City 
NANCY JEAN CLEMENTS Springfield 



ROBIN D. CLIFFORD Shelbyville 
SARETTA J. COBB Fort Mitchell 
EILEENA REYE COBURN Cincinnati, Ohio 
NANCY ROSE COFFEY Mount Vernon 
ROBERT ALAN COLACELLO Richmond. Indiana 



SHARON S. COLLINS Nicholasville 
RHONDA GAY COLVIN Foster 
CHERYL SUSAN COMBS Richmond 
CLARK CARRIER COMBS Richmond 
NADINE COMBS Hazard 



Sophomores/Byr-Com 495 




SUSAN D. COMBS Okeana, Ohio 
GEORGE BENJAMIN CONKRIGHT Owensboro 
TERESA MARIE CONLEV BardstovMi 
PAMELA Sl!E CONLIN Williamsburg 
LYNDA A. COOK Reading, Ohio 



MARSHA LEA COOK PikeviUe 
PAULA S. COOK Covington 
SUSAN KAY COANTZ DanvUle 
LADONNA VEE COOPER Barlo 
ALLISON E. COPONY Louisvi 



TEKRIF jOCORDl.E A>hland 
ROXANNECORl.EW Fort Knox 
PAULA CORNELIUS Louisville 
DUANECORNETT Cawood 
SUSAN CARLISLE CORNETT Jackson 



CLAY TAGGART COTTONGIM ShelbvM 

JEANIE COUCH Raddiff 

WILMER COUCH Albany 

BARNEt ALLAN COULTER Louisville 

DEBORAH ANN COULTER Danvdie 



Registration is boring and tiring, not only for Sandy and Tom Brown, 
but also for little Rachel as she waits for her mother to finish filling out 
class cards. 



496 Sophomores/Com-Cou 



Exhaustion Prevails At Registration 




LOIS ANN COULTER Taylorsville 

ALAN SCOKIELD COVINGTON Georgetown 

R. GENITA COVINGTON Windsor 

JOHN WILLIAM COWAN Winchester 

BRENDA DIANE COX Pineville 



BRENDA KAY COX Mousie 
BRYCE ALAN COX LouisviUe 
RICHARD WILLIS COX Henderson 
DEANNAJENN COYER Pikeville 
JANE ALLISON CRAVENS Albany 



LOUISE B. CRESS Burlington 
JAMES BUFORD CROUCH Springfield 
JOHN R. CROW Louisville 
IZORA LAVERNE CURLIN Cadiz 
POTJAMAN DAMAPONG Thailand 



TINA DANELAK Kettenng, Ohio 
DEBRA LEIGH DARLING Richmond 
NANCY ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY Louisville 
MEARINDA JEAN DAVIS Barbourville 
CARRIE LEE DEAN Harrodsburg 



JO ALICE DEAN Somerset 
DANIEL WAYNE DEELY Louisville 
RENEEJOAN DENMAN Vandalia, Ohio 
MARJORIE L. DENTON Flemingsburg 
PATTl JO DENTON Klemmgsburg 



NATHAN F. DICKERSON DanviUc 
RUTH ANN DIDIER Jeffersontown 
WILLIAM CURTIS DIZNEY Corbin 
MARY ANN DODD Erlanger 
MAUREEN EDITH DOLAN Cincinnati, Ohio 



KATHLEEN M. DONATHAN Lima, Ohio 
PATTI KAY DONEGAN Kettering, Ohio 
ANTHONY THOMPSON DONISI Middletown, Ohio 
VICTORIA CLAIRE DONOHUE Louisville 
THOMAS DAWSON DOOLEY Newport 



DEBRA JEAN DOUGLAS Danville 
GUY EDWARD DOUTAZ Falmouth 
EMILY ELAINE DRAKE Bardstown 
MICHAEL LEE DUCKER Louisville 
JAMES CLEO DUMAS Louisville 



Sophomores Cou/Dum 497 



Old Dan'l Enhances EKU Campus 



MARVANN DLISING Erianger 
JOHN PHILLIP DYE Louisville 
CAROLYN S. EADS Frankfort 
DAVID RAMSEY EAKLE Middlesboro 
GREGORY L. EBEL Versailles, Indiana 



PEGGY LYNN EDWARDS Annville 
STEVE EGGLETON Fairfield, Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN ELAM Sandy Hook 
HAROLD EUGENE ELLIOTT Winchester 
GLENN WILLIAM ELLIS Frankfort 



CANDACE LEE EMBRY Leitchfield 
LAURA M. ENZWEILER Melbourne 
JAMES EPPS Lancaster 

CAROLYN MARIE ETHERINGTON Richmond 
KAREN ANN EUBANKS Louisville 



MARK EDWARD EUTON South Shore 
MARGARET LYNN EVANS Fort Thomas 
DEBRA EARLINE EVERSOLE Louisville 
ELMERJ. EVERSOLE Gays Creek 
VERDEN EVERSOLE Buckliom 



NANCY HELEN FAIIEY Aurora. Indiana 
CONNIE SUE FARGO Fort Thomas 
JAMES RU.SSELLFARRIS Louisville 
FREDDIE GENE FAULCONER Lexington 
ELIZABETH ANN FAULKNER Jenkins 



BARBARA LYNN FAUSZ Cold Springs 
KATHY BEATRICE FENTRESS Louisville 
DENNIS RANDALL FERRELL Elizabethtown 
CAROLYN ELAINE FIELD Pans 
LYNN KAY FIELDS Paris 



DANA LYNN FILBERT Ciiuiimali. Ohio 
PAUL NICHOLAS FILIPPUCCI Lexington 
C. BEN FISH Louisville 
THOMAS MICHAEL FLAHERTY Louisvill, 
ANNA MARIE FLOOD Louisville 



NANCY KAREN FONVILLE Fort Mitchell 
ROBERT GORDON F0R5BERG Jamestown, New York 
DEBORAH ANN FORTH Decatur, Illinois 
KATREKA FOWLER Berea 
NANCI ELLEN FOWLER Louisville 




498 Sophomores/DusFow 



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Dan 1 get. a cold shoulder and cold feet from a December snow. 



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Sophomores 499 



„.„.,»..,«M«i«^<g'?tis2a-£as 



Outdoor Studying Continues Through Late Fall 



KAREN LVNNE FRANCK Louisville 

NANCYJANE KRA^JK Hardinsburg 
SHERRY LEE FRANKS Jenkins 
LINDA JEAN FREESE Ancliordp- 
KATHLYNN FRITH Cincinnati, Ohio 



FRED FUGATE Campion 

SHARON LEWIS FLIGATF Hazard 

UEBRA ELLEN FUCAZZI Lexington 

NANCY FAYEGABBARD Sand Gap 

DENLSE MARIE GAITHEK Louisiille 



MAR'l MELINDA GALLAGHER Hillsboro, Ohio 
JOHN CALVIN GALLOWA'i Houston. Texas 
CONNIE FAYE GAMES Frankfort 
JANICE LYNN GARDNER ElizabethtowTi 
DEBRA JEAN GARNETT Arjay 



SANDRA LYNN CAST Louisville 
LAURA ANN GATHRIGHT Louisville 
JENNIFER L. GEIGER Dayton, Ohio 
RANDY K. GEORGE Louisville 
ELLEN M. GIBBS Lexington 



CLALIDIA ALICE GIBSON Barbounille 
KAREN HART GIBSON Monticello 
MARTHA R. GIBSON Erlanger 
MELISSA LEE GIBSON Lexington 
CHARLES C. GILBERT Lawrenceburg 



ELIZABETH JOAN GIVENS Echols 
RHONDA GAIL GIVENS Corbin 
LYNNDY GLOVER Wilmore 
DONNA JEAN GOLIGHTI.Y Louisvil 
SARAH LYNN GOOCH Lexington 



RUBY LEE GOODLOE Madisonville 
DEBRA ANN GRAF Louisville 
HELEN C. GRAVES Louisville 
KATHERINE ANNE GRAY Lexington 
RITA ELLEN GRAYSON Lebanon 



DONNA KA1 GREATHOUSE Madison, Indiana 
DEBRA ELAINE GREEN London 
STEVEN D\\ ANE GREEN Lawrenceburg 
JOANNE GREGORY Manchester 
JO ANN GRIFFEY Willisburg 




500 Sophomores/F'ra-Gri 




JANKT MARIE GRIFKIN Covjnglon 
GARY J. GRIFFITH Greenup 
SHEILA YVONNE GRIGSBY Prospect 
IJNIJA ANN GRIMES Louisville 
ELIZABETH JANE GRISE Rielitnouii 



FREDA JOYCE GROSS Irvine 

SUE A. GROVER Mays-ville 

PAMELA R. GRUNDMAN Elkliom Cily 

PATRICIA L. GRLINUMAN Elkliorn City 

SANDRA MILLICENT GUKEISEN Winchester 



ROBERT LDCIEN GULLETTE Nicholas-ville 
GEORGE STEVEN GYLIRIK SouUi Portsmouth 
BRUCE HACKER Big Creek 
EDWARD MICHAEL HACKER Asliiaiid 
RUTH MARIE HAEGELE Covington 



MARILYN ROSE HAFLEY Hustonville 
CHARLES LEE HAHN Lawrenceburg 
NORA LEE HAIRSTON McRoberts 
LOR A LEE HAJRSTON MeRoberts 
CONNIE HALBOUEK Cincinnati 



Brisk autumn days and the steps of John Grant Crabbe 
Library combine to form pleasurable studying conditions. 



Sophomores/Gri-Hal 501 



The steps of \\>a\er become a meeting place for many 
longlasting fnendsliipr. 



WATtETAll DEMSE HALE Lexinglon 
CONNIE GAIL HALL Whitesburg 
DONNA SUZANNE HALL Campbellsburg 
JOAN PATRICIA HALLORAN Cincimiali. Ohio 
CHERRY LEIGH HAMILTON Louisville 



LINDA KAY HAMMONS Barbounille 
ROBERT P. HAMMONS Corbm 
GEORGINA HAMPTON Lockland. Ohio 
JEFFREY S. HANDMAN Louisville 
JEFFREY L. HARDEN Newport 



KIMBERLFY DENISE HARPER Ciriemnati. Ohio 
LINDA SUE HARPER Centerville. Ohio 
NEIL HARRINGTON Winchester 
DEBORAH JEAN HARRIS Campbellsv ille 
JEFFERY SMITH HART Louisville 




502 Sophomores/Hal-Har 



Unique Friendships Evolve On Campus 




SllKRKE KLAINE HART Hazard 
DAVID M. HAKTSOCK WaynesviUe, Ohio 
JANICE EYNNE HASTINGS Cincinnati, Ohio 
DANIEL FERGUSON HAUGHEY Springfield, Ohio 
ANN KIMBERLV HAUSCHILDT Louisville 



JANET LEK^JI IIA'lS Lebanon 
JEANINE PAMELA HEARNE Danvil 
KATIIY L. HEDGES London, Ohio 
KAIHY ANN HEIL Winchester 
REBECCA LYNN HEINZ Louisville 



BARBARA ANNE HENDRICKS Mason, Ohio 
I'EGGY A. HENDRICKS West Chester, Ohio 
DOUGLAS THERON HENLEY Frankfort 
MAGDOLINE HENNEIN Campbellsville 
DARLENK DALE HENRY Fairdale 



DONNA ALICE HENRY Jackson 

JOYCE HERALD Booneville 

CHARLES LEE HESTER Stanford 

ELIZABETH ELLEN HICKEY Jeffersonville, Indiana 

DIANE M. HICKMAN Richmond, Indiana 



MARILYN ROSE HILS Fort Thomas 
DEBORAH L. IIOIMJE Louisville 
LAURIE KAY HOF Louisville 
CYNTHIA G. HOFFMANN Bellevue 
JIILIANNE HOLBROOK Sardinia, Ohio 



PAMELA JEAN HOLDEN Silver Sprin». Maryland 
RANDY JAMES HOLIHAN Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
NANCY HOLLAND Portsmouth, Ohio 
ROBERT JOHN HOLLIDAY Harrodsburg 
LARRY A. HOLTZAPPLE Lebanon, Ohio 



DEBORAH LYNN HOOVER Hillsboro, Ohio 
JANA KAREN HOOVER Dayton 
MICHAEL EDWARD HOPKINS Independence 
JUDY LYNN HORN Richmond 
JAMES MONROE HORSLEY Argillitc 



CINDY L. IIOSKINS Manchester 

MICHAEL LYNN HOSKINS Cincinnati, Ohio 

MARY D. HOUSE Richmond 

JEFF B. HOWARD Springboro, Ohio 

PAULA SUSAN HOWARD Wilder 



Sophomores/IIar-How 503 



Students Design Rooms With Personal Taste 



FAl L W. HUWELL Weftl.ikr, Ohio 

KICHAKl) WAYNE HUBER Atlanta, Georgia 

DEBORAH ANN HUKFMAN Zanesville. Ohio 

BRENUA CAROL HUGHES Alger, Ohio 

SHARON DIANE HUGHES Fort Bragg, North Carohiia 



GREGORY ROY HULL Xenia. Ohio 
REITA KAY HUSKEY Sevienille. Tennessee 
PA TTY C. HUTTON Loveland, Ohio 
STEVEN RICHARD INGRAM Seven Mile. Ohi 
LARKY WILLIS INMAN Harrodsburg 



DEBORAH KAI ISAAC Salyersville 
VALERIE EL,A1NE ISON Des Moines, Iowa 
BRENDA KAY JACKSON Danville 
CORA ETTA JACKSON Pmeville 
MICHAEL ANTHONY JAMES Richmond 



ROBERTA ANN JAMES Nicholasville 
BECKY C. JENKINS Xenia, Ohio 
DAVID RYAN JOHNSON Buckhom 
KAREN JEAN JOHNSON West CarrolUon, Ohio 
VIRGINIA ANN JOHNSON Inine 



WANDA CAROLE JOHNSON Kuhniond 
ANTHONY JONES Pine Knot 
JANEY LEE JONES Richmond 
LOIS CATHERINE JONES Frankfort 
PEGGY LOU JONES Georgetown 



504 Sophomores/ How-Jon 





KOliVN I.KA JONES Berea 
KECJINA GAII, JOKDAN Kichmond 
JOHN UAVIDJLJKY Bardstowii 
STKVEN LEE JUSTICE Winchester 
MAKILYN SANCHEZ J USTINIANO Kidimond 



NUKA SANCHEZ J USTINIANO Richmond 
KATHY ANN KACKLEY Lexington 
ALICE JEAN KEAKNEY Williamsburg 
JAMES LEONARD KEELING Cox's Creek 
ROBERT LEWIS KEITH Louisville 



KAREN LYNN KELLY Lexington 

SUSAN LYNN KENEIPP Huntington, West Virginia 

KATHY KICE Louisville 

KONALU J. KILMER Fort Thomas 

DONNA J. KING Reading, Ohio 



BARNEY HAROLD KINMAN Frankfort 
FREDJ. KIRCHHOFF Lexington 
GEOFFREY LEE KISCHUK Detroit, Michigan 
DAVID S. KJELBY Monroe, Ohio 
STEPHEN THOMAS KLOTZ LouisviUe 



BEVERLY ANN KOLLER Louisville 
KIMBERLY ANN KRAUSE Louisville 
KENNY J. KREMER Louisville 
STEPHEN J. KRIVDA Fern Creek 
TIM D. KRUEGER Crescent Spnngs 

















Curtains, plants and signs add a touch of home to the 
dorm rooms. 



Sophomores/Jon-Kru 505 



Wide Record Assortment Draws Student Interest 



PAMELA AMN KUIIM Fort llioma- 

MAKY LOU LADD Versailles 

RAMONA IRIS LAINHART Gray Hawk 

CHARLES THOMAS LAKE Saint Albans. West Virginia 

POLLY GAIL LAKES MeKee 



GREGORY ARTHUR LAMPING Louisville 
ELLEN LAME Loiiis-ville 
MARY ELIZABETH LANG I'lketoii, Ohio 
ROBYN RAE LANGHORST Cincinnati. Ohio 
MARIA KRANCHEIZA LASLEY Frankfort 



UEHRAkA'* LAWSON CyiUhiana 
GREGORY DALE LEE Hodgenville 
KAREN ANN LEGERE Louisville 
VELMA KAY LEHMANN Cincinnati. Ohio 
SANDRA GAIL LEIBROCK Jefferson. Ohio 



JANICE ELAINE LEWIS Louisville 
SHEILA DIANE LEWIS Lexington 
MARSHA E. LINEBAUGH Lebanon. Ohio 
KAREN ANN LINNENKOIIL Dayton. Ohio 
PATRICIA ANN LISEHORA Mellsboro. Delaware 



L \NNY E. LOCKETT Danville 

(JEORGE HAROLD LOGAN Louisville 

MARK DAVID LOZIER North Colleg<. Hill. Ohio 

CAR0I.1N V. l.-iEMWCK Louisville 

EMMA L. L'lONS Shelbwille 



SOPHIA S. LYONS Brooksville 
MARY GAIL MACKEY Louisville 
JOHN RICHARD MADRAS Louisville 
MARTHA COPE MAGGARD Hazard 

RUTHANNE MALONE Atlanta. Georgia 



NUNDY LOU MAINFOLD Saint ParKs. Ohio 
CHARLENE C. MANN Springfield 
BRETT ALLAN MARINER Lexington 
MICHAEL A. MARRIOTT Felicity. Ohio 
PAUL M. MARSH Cyndiiana 



SUSAN LYNN MARSHALL Cuuinnali. Ohii! 
PAMELA LEE MARTIN Jeffersontowii 
TERRl J. MARTIN Allen Park, Michigan 
SUSAN M, MARZOLE Loui.sville 
ROSEMARY MASON Orlando 




SOb Sophomores/Kuh-Mas 




Thumbins through the inaiiy albums in the University 
Store creates a change in the usual daily routine, and 
becomes a good way to kill some extra time. 




JOHN MATHEW Kerala, India 
DANIEL T. MATOLISCH Haddonlield, New Jersey 
MARY EEEEN MATTINGLY Glasgow 
STUAKT EEE MATTINGLY Springfield 
BRIDGET GAIL MAUNEY Louisville 



IMKBAKA SUZANNE MAY Eranklort 
SlIEKKI LYNN MAYNE Berea 
MARY JANE McAFEE Danville 
ROBERT JEKK McCARTHY Shelbyville 
kAKEN LEAH McCHOSNEY Richmond 



ANTHONY LYNN McCLAIN West Liberty 
JAMES LYNN McCREERY Brandenburg 
SHEREE LYNN McDAVID Burlington 
GARY ALLEN McFARLAND North Middlelown 
VICKI L. McQUIRE Louisville 



WH.LARD MclNTOSH, JR. Kings Mills. Ohio 
SUSAN LYNN MclNTYRE Lexington 
PENNY A. McMAINE Bybee 
MICHAEL A. McMlLLEN Wilmore 
PAMELA LEE McPHERSON Rose Hill 



Sophomores/Mal-Mep 507 



Animals Provide A Means Of Playful Diversion 



KICHARU LOUIS Mc-yUAUY Louisville 
JUDITH LINDA McQUEEN McKee 
W1LLL\M KEn'H MEDLEY Shelbyville 
MARIANNE THERESA MELVILLE Southgate 
DIANA LEE MERILL Louisville 



VICKY LYNN MERRITT Milford, Ohio 
ROBERT MICHAEL MESSMER Verona 
ANTIONETTE LOUISE MERER Elsmcre 
ANABEL H. MIDDEN Cynthiaua 
BEVERLY KAYEMILEY Brooksville 



GARY DELYN MILLER WhiUey City 
JANIS LEIGH MILLER Versailles 
PAMELA ELAINE MILLER Hardiiisburg 
ROBERT DALE MILLER Cincinnati, Oliio 
WANDA JO MILLER Cynthiana 



GAIL SUZANNE MIMS Pleasure Ridge Park 
DAVID M. MIRES Louisville 
CHARLES RICKEY MITCHELL Lexington 
KATHLEEN JULIET MITCHELL Ashland 
KENIN C. MITCHELL Teaneck, New Jersey 



STEVE CARL MOAK Covington 
ELLEN SUE MOELLER Fort Thomas 
CHUCK K. MONIN Bardstovvn 
RONNIE WAYNE MONTGOMERY Danvi 
VICKIE ROSE MOODY Waco 



KIMBERLYJEAN MOORE Jamestown, Ohio 

JOHN B. MORELAND ill Georgetown 

MICHELLE DARLENE MORROW Battle Creek, Michigan 

KATHLEEN ANN MORGAN Higliland Heights 

PHILLIP D. MORGAN Valley Station 



BRIAN LEE MORRETT Troy, Ohio 
DIANE S. MORRIS Dayton, Ohio 
CATHERINE ANN MORRISON Louisville 
EAYE WINONA MOSBY Brookneal, Virginia 
CHRISTOPHER E. MOSES Barbourville 



PAUL R. MOYER Troy, Ohio 
JUDY LYNN MUDD Owensboro 
MARCIA ANN MUELLER Louisville 
JERRY ROGER MULLINS Virgie 
MARY MULLINS Pikeville 




508 Sophomores/McQ-Mul 




MAKJORIF, KAY MURPHY Cincmnali, Ohio 
STEVE L. MURPHY Spnngboro, Ohio 
EUrm LYNN MYERS Lexington 
BORBIEJEAN NAPIER Saul 
DIANE C.NEAL McK-e 



REBECCA RAE NEEF Irvington 
JERRY MITCHELL NELSON Brandenburg 
TIMOTHY JAY NEWLAND Grayson 
L)I(;KIE GRANT NEWTON Irvine 
REBECCA G. NEWTON Irvuie 



YAN C. NIANOURIS Columbus, Ohio 
kATHRYN JEAN NIXON Louisville 
KAREN SUE NOEL Florence 
CYNTHIA ANN NOLAND Irvine 
MARIAN NOONING Louisville 



DANNY KEITH NORTHCOTT Crillenden 
JEFFREY R. NOYES Kettering, Ohio 
KENNETH CALVIN NUNN Louisville 
KEITH LEE NUTTER Louisville 
DANA KENTON OAKS Columbus, Ohio 



Study time can often be disrupted as this student uses the 
cover of his literature book to tease one of the friendly 
canine visitors of the campus. 



Sophomores/Mur-Oak 509 



A break between (■las^e^ finds some students returning to 
their dorms, while others head to the grill for a quick 
snack. 



MAK'i BETH OAKS Morganfield 

PATRICIA MARIE OBER Eriaiiger 

NANCY MARIE OBERSCHMIDT Cincinnati. Ohio 

KEVIN ROBERT O-RRIE.N \enia, Ohio 

MARK H. OCHSENBEIN Eem Creek 



PROMISE EZEKIEL OGULU Portharcourt. Nigeria 
CHERYL HOLLISTER OLDS Frankfort 
KELLY RAG OLIVER Frankfort 
HARRLSON RICHARD ORR Dayton. Ohio 
ANNA PEARL OSLEY Genkins 



DANA CHARLES OVERALL Ashland 

CHUCK EDWARD OVERLY SUver Spring. Maryland 

KAREN OWENS Hazard 

WILLIAM EARL PACEY Frankfort 

MOLLY JANE PARKER Cincinnati, Ohio 




510 Sophomores/Oak-Par 



Walkways Fill Between Classes 




TIIELMA DIANE PARKER Alexandria 
THERESA ANN FARRETT Mount Vernon 
JOHN DAVID PARSONS Berea 
BOBBY WAYNE PATTERSON Versailles 
PAIIE RICHARD PATTON Sidney. Oliio 



DARA A. PAVESE Lexington 

EDITH PEAKE Fleming 

DARRELL GLENN PEANLEH Harrodsburg 

BRENDA SUE PEARCE Shelbyville 

CINDY ANN PECK Stanford 



PAUL LESLIE PELPHREY Prcstonsburg 
MARLA LESLE PERGREM Ashland 
JOE M. PERKINS Woodbine 
MICHAEL EDWARD PERKINS Louisville 
PEGGY ANN PERKINS Florence 



TAMMIE S. PERKINS Vandalia, Ohio 
GEORGETTE MARIE PERRY Dayton, Ohio 
WILLIAM LOUIS PESCI Danville 
TERESA LY'NNE PETERS Corbin 
MICHAEL J. PEWTHER Cincinnati, Ohio 



CAROLYN SUE PHELPS Columbia 
SUSAN MARIE PHELPS Louisville 
AMY LOUISE PHILLIPS Hazard 
DIANE LEE PHILLIPS Vandalia, Ohio 
JAMES SHELBY PHILLIPS Manchester 



LAURA KRISTY PHILLIPS Lexington 
LESLIE DIANE PHILLIPS Lebanon 
SHANNON R. PICKLE Virgie 
CRAIG LOUIS PIGG West Springfield, Virginia 
CYNTHIA M. PORTER Pans 



NANCY ELLEN POWELL Richmond 
FRED JEROME PtIWERS, JR. Owenton 
GEORGANNE POWERS Williamstown 
MARIBETH PRAGER Burlington, New Jersey 
lANE GAIL PRESTON Danville 



KAREN GENE PRESTON Lancaster 
JOHN F. PRICE Louisville 
STEPHANIE K. PUCKETT London, Ohio 
LU ANN PULLIAM Cyntliiana 
JAMES BRUCE QUARLES Frankfort 



Sophomores/Par-Qua 511 



Study Time Shared Between Friends 



KATY M. RACK Cinnnnati. llhio 

PEGGY RACK Reading, Ohio 

BARBARA SUE RADER Danville 

WIKBLIR ALLEN RADER Pleasure Ridge Park 

SUSAN KAY RAMBO Eranklorl 



MIKE RAMIREZ Cincinnali, Ohio 
DAVID HOWELL RAMSAY Napen ille. Illinoi 
SUSAN GAIL RANDOLPH Louisville 
CHERI DEE RANKIN Chicago, Illinois 
HOWARD WILLIAM RANKIN Burton, Ohio 



WILLENE E. RANSOM Pans 

ROSALYN ANNETTE RATLIFK Betsy Layne 

TERESA LEA RATLIKF Elkliorn City 

DAVID KEITH RAY Covington 

LAURA LEE READ Camplwllsulle 



JERRY LYNN REED Fairlield, Ohio 
RENEE ANN REFKETT Winchester 
KATHY ANN REICHARD Lexington 
JAMES GARLAND REITZ Louisville 
LINDA ALICE RENFRO Richmond 



THERESA PULIDO REYES Louisville 
CHRISTINE E. REYNOLDS Arcanum, Ohio 
ALFREDA JAMETRIC RHEA Wheelwright 
VERA FAYE RHEA Millord, Ohio 
YVONNE D. RHODES Manchester 



DONNA CAROL RHODUS Paint Lick 
DONNA GAIL RICE Harrodsburg 
CANDACE LEE RICHARDSON Winchester 
JACQUELYN SUE RICHARDSON Bowcrsville, Ohi. 
KEITH DOUGLAS RICHARDSON Bagdad 



SHEILA ANN RICHARDSON Versailles 
MARLA FAYE RIDENOUR LouisviUe 
M. PATRICIA RIEHL Frankfort 
MIRIAM LEE RIGSBY Catlettsburg 
GEORGETTA RILEY Harlan 



CATHY JANE RITCHIE t:ynthiana 
NORMA DAVEEN ROBINSON Orlando 
SHARON LEE ROBINSON Waverly, Ohio 
STEVEN RAY ROBINSON Lexington 
LARRY PAUL ROESCH Fairfield, Ohio 




512 Sophomores/Rac-Roe 




KAIC I'. KOIJ.INCS LcMriglon 

KONALDL. KOSE Richmond 

BARRY STEVEN ROSS Cinciiinali. Ohio 

DON NAM. ROSS Harlan 

LUCY WALTON ROUSE Eriaiiger 



DAVID ALAN ROWE Lawrenceburg 
JANET ROWLAND Clay City 
PAULA REGINA RUARK New Boston, Ohio 
NANCY L. RUCK Cincinnati. Ohio 
JANET KAY RUGGLES Millersburg 



KAYE RUSSELL Louisville 
RICKY KEITH RUSSELL Middlesboro 
SHIRLEY ANN SADLER Louisville 
BARBARA LEE SAMMONS Lexington 
JONATHAN LEE SANDERS Louisville 



MARK LYNNWOOD SAVAGE Hunlsville. Alabama 

PHILH' C. SCHARRE Louisville 

GARY RICHARD SCHATZ Groesbcck, Ohio 

JOHN L. SCHMIDT Falmouth 

GREGORY JAMES SCHMITT Decalur, Illinois 




Studying is more enjoyable when there is someone around to lielp out 
on the more difficult assignments. 



Sophomores/Rol-Sch 513 




Daniel Boone gains five new friends as these students 
gather round for a few late moments of fun. 



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JANE REGIN A SCHNEIDER New Hope, Pennsylvania 
THERESA ANN SCHNORR Alexandria 
JULIA CAROLE SCHOOLER Fisherville 
BECKY G. SCHULTZ Louisville 
DONNA ANN SCHLILTZ Midway 



LOU ANN SCHLLZE Englewood. Ohio 
LOUISE MAY SCHWANTES Georgetown 
SUSAN ELAINE SCHWEIKERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
JAMES ANTHONY SCRUGGS Perryville 
DANIEL MARK SLITHERS West Union, Ohio 



EUGENE GRANT SEWELL, SR. Anchorage 
CURTIS L.SHARP Wilhamstown 
LINDA DIANE SHARPE Campbellsville 
KATHY COLLEEN SHEARARD Frankfort 
MARTHA LEE SHELL Wendover 



LILLIAN REVECCASHELTON Somerset 
RHONDA J. SHELTON Cincinnati. Ohio 
SUSAN JANE SHEVELOW Miamisburg, Ohio 
KEVIN K. SHIPP Versailles 
BRUCE WAYNE SHOW ALTER Van Wert, Ohio 




514 Sophomores/Sch-Sho 



Campus Landmarks Draw Attention 




DEBORAH LYNN SIEVERT Korl Mitchell 
ARMIN LESTER SIMPSON Danville 
REGINA GAIL SINGLETON Danville 
GLENNIS MARIE SLONE Langley 
ERNEST TIMOTHY SLUSHER Fineville 



ERNESTINE MARYE SLUSHER I'iiieville 
DONN A J E AN SMITH Cleves. Ohio 
JANET LEIGH SMITH Whitesburg 
KATHY DIANE SMITH Kettering, Ohio 
PATRICIA MARGARET SMITH Mount Vernon 



ROBERT KEITH SMITH Ashland 
RODERICK W. SMITH Cynlhiajia 
SANDRA LYNN SMITH Lebanon. Ohio 
SARA ELAINE SMITH Winchester 
THOMAS RAY SMITH Barbourville 



WILLIAM GREGORY SMITH Lexington 
CYNTHIA ANNE SNOWDEN Danville 
JILL ELLEN SOMOGY Cleveland, Ohio 
DONNIE SORRELL Sharpsburg 
SAM L. SORRELL Flemingsburg 



CHARLA ANNE SPENCER Hardinsburg 
KAREN LYNN SPILLER BetheL Ohio 
ROBIN SUE SPILLER Englewood, Ohio 
JENNIEERJ. SPIRES Mount Vernon 
LINDA CAROL SPOONAMORE Danville 



SUSIE GAY SPURLOCK Louisville 

JANICE ELAINE STAFFORD Danville 

CHERYL L. STAHL Bellevue 

MICHAEL CRATON STAPLETON Cardington, Ohio 

ROMMIE MICHAEL STARKS Covington 



DORA MOORE STATHERS Lancaster 
BARBARA ANN STEFFAN Buffalo, New York 
CECILIA GEORGETTE STERRETT Jeffersonto^vn 
LINDA SUSAN STEVENS Juneau. Alaska 
DEBRALEESTIGALL Somerset 



PAULA JEAN STOLTZ Lexington 
KEITH ALLAN STOWERS Louisville 
DONNA LEE STRATTON Cincinnati, Ohio 
TERRY LOU STRATTON Pikeville 
AMANDA LEA STREETMAN Louisville 



Sophomores/Sie-Str 515 



Students Engage In Beautifying Campus 



AMY JEAN STRICKLAMJ Marietta, Georgia 
SUE ELLEN STUART Owensboro 
WILLLAM ARNOLD STUBBLEFIED Lexington 
NATHAN ALLEN SUBLETT Medina. Ohio 
TAMLA CHRIS SULLIVAN Corbin 



ELEANOR ROSE SUMME Kort Mitchell 

JERRY F. SUMNER Clarkson 

KEVIN BRUCE SliTTON Ashland 

JAN SWAFFORD Gray 

BEVERLl RF.NEASWANGO Fori Thomas 



LAL KA L. S\\ A\ ZEE LomsMlle 

MICHAEL JAMES SWEENY Washington. Pennsylvania 

MICHAEL CARL TALLENT Albany 

SHARON L. TALLENT Albans 

JOSEPH LEO TARULLO L.uiisMlle 



DEBORAH E. TATTER Loui.sville 
CLYDE MlkE TAYLOR Nicholasville 
DAVID L. THOMAS West Union, Ohio 
DOUGLAS PAUL THOMAS Louisville 
MARY NLARTHA THOMAS Lorelto 



RICHARD MARK THOMAS l)r% Kidle 

SALLY ELISE THOMPSON Pans 

ERIC P. THOMSSON East Brunswick. New Jersey 

SHERMAN RA'i THORPE Walton 

MELISSA TILSON Lexnigton 



PATRICIA TILSON Lexington 
NORA ROXANNETISHEUAR Louisville 
DOUG TOMMIE Valley Station 
MURLYN LEE TOUMBS Lexington 
SHERRY LEE TRACY Richmond 



L.AWRENCE RAY TRAVIS Mount Wrnoii 

SUSAN KAY TRAVIS Covington 

DAVID BRUCE TRIPLETT Corbin 

MARY ELIZABETH TRITSCHLER Brandenburg 

ANN CORENL TROXLE Louisville 



SHIRLEY McDonald TRU.SSELL Carlisle 
HORK BUN FLORENCE TSANG Hong Kong 
PEGGY LEE TUCKER Florence 
DAVID B. TOGGLE Wofford 
LEAH JEAN TUGGLE Monticello 




516 Sophomorcs/Str-Tug 







MELODY ANN UNDERWOOIJ Munlicrllo 
SHIRLEY ANN UPCHURCH Albany 
TAMA KA UPTON Berea 
DEBORAH LYNNE VAUGHN Hawesville 
MICHAEL A. VESCIO RRlmioiKl 



SUSAN JO VIEL Higlilaiid Hciglits 

RONALD EUGENE VOGEL Berea 

RONALD EUGENE VOLMERING Morrow, Ohio 

DAVID HENRY VON SCHLUTTER Lexington 

MICHELLE R. WADE Louisville 



UNDY J. WALKER Amelia. Ohio 

GAIL A. WALKER Inine 

JUDITH LYNN WALKER Inez 

KENNETH ESTON WALKER Cmenmati. Ohio 

JANET LEE WALKUP Columbia 



CATH'^ JO WALTERS Erianger 
TERESA W. WALTERS Harlan 
CHERI LYNN WARD Lexington 
LOWELLS. WARD Williamsport 
S. LYNN WARD Louisville 



The work-study program provides students the opportuni- 
ty of working and attending classes, as tliis student per- 
forms his usual routine of keeping the campus gardens in 
order. 



Sophomores/Und-War 517 



Security Participates In Campus Clean-Up 



ANGELA GAY VVARDKIP Louisville 

SHARAN WARTHMAN Erie, Pennsylvania 

PAMELA R. WASSERMAN Fort Wnght 

AILEEN CAROLYN WAUGH Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

NANCY JO WAYMEYER Higliland Heights 



SUSAN LEE WEBB Aberdeen, Ohio 
KATHRYN LYNN WEBER AUaiita, Georgia 
PAMELA KAYE WEHUNT Mount Sterling 
JOETTA LYNN WELCH Maysville 
LINDA LEIGH WELCH Whilesburg 



PAUL WAYNE WELLS Staiiton 
CAROLYN S.WERNER OwensviUe 
MARTHA SUE WESTERFIELD Hazard 
DAVID ALLEN WHEELER Paintsville 
GERY CURTES WHELAN Brandenburg 



DUDLEY PARKS WHITE Kennedyville, Maryland 
SHEILA CARDINE WHITE Hopkuisville 
UNDAG. WHITT Louisville 
WILLIAM N. WHITTAKER Richmond 
BILL WIGGLESWORTH Latonia 



KAREN LEA WILEY Owenlon 
REBECCA GAIL WILHOITE Elliston 
JAMES TRACY WILKENSON Cincinnati, Ohio 
GARY BLAINE WILKERSON Springlield 
BEVERLY ANNE WILLIAMS Hopkmsville 



DONALD LEE WILLIAMS Bethel, Ohio 
ELIZABETH CAROL WILLIAMS Hopkmsville 
LETTON CLIFTON WILLIAMS Ruddles MUls 
PATRICIA ANN WILSON Pineville 
JILL KRISTINE WING Kettering, Ohio 



PEGGY JO WINKLE Louisville 
WANDA JOY WINKLER Lexington 
KAREN JEAN WIRES Wooster, Ohio 
MELVIN G. WISCHER Covington 
KAREN ANN WISE Louis-viUe 



MARY DON WITHERS Versailles 

WILLIAM RAY WITHERS Cynthiana 

FREDIA LYNNE WOFFORD Lyman, South Carolina 

KWAN HO GRACE WONG North Pomt, Hong Kong 

PAMELA JO WOOD Bardstown 




518 Sophomores/War-Woo 




This security officer shows tliat his work requires more 
than issuing traffic citations and enforcing campus rules. 



JANET MARIE WOODCOCK Bellbrook, Ohio 

DAVID EEE WRIGHT Paintsville 

DONNAJO WRIGHT Louisville 

NANCY MARIE WRANT Charlotte, North Carolina 

GARY YA TES Prestonsburg 



CELESTE E. YEAGER Lexington 
MARK H. YELLIN Oaklyn, New Jersey 
SALEM YOHANNES Addis Abeba, Ethiopia 
SUSAN MAYO YOST Williamson, West Virginia 
CHRISTIE R. YOUNG South Shore 



MARTIN GRADY YOUNG Frankfort 
PAULA ANN YOUNG Edgewood 
DONNA ROSE YURK Louisville 
MARK KIMBALL ZEHNDER Louisville 
MARY LOUISE ZEIGLER Maysville 



LARRY WILLIAM ZIMMERER Louisville 
VICKY LYNN ZIMMERMAN Russell Springs 
SHARON MARIE ZIPPERLE Louisville 
RICHARD REID ZUERCHER Louisville 



Sophomores/Woo-Zue 519 




Freshman Class Achieves Unity 



FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS. Laura Todd, pre«den(; John Mouser. 
treasurer; Chris Stevens, secretary; Denise Cox, vice-president. 



520 Freshmen/Class Officers 



After a late tall election, the freshman class offi- 
cers began leading the class of '78 through its four 
year development with regular class meetings. In an 
attempt to unite the class and be of service to the 
comnuinity. work in co-ordinating a talent show ben- 
eficial to the cancer crusade, and other money mak- 
ing projects were sponsored. 

Many experiences were learned the first year of 
college. Between the homesickness and the struggle of 
becoming acquainted with campus life, inimerous 
exciting moments developed wiiich will always be 
cherished. 




JAMKSW. ABKLL Uwensboro 

PAUL VIRGIL AB81ILAR Laurel, Indiana 

CHARISSE MARIE ADAMS Hazard 

JONI MELINDA ADAM.S Charleston. West Virginia 

ROBIN M. ADAMS Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 



STEPHEN NEWELL ADAMS Whitesburg 
SUSAN DENISE ADAMS Catlettsburg 
JANIS GAIL ADAMSON Cleves, Ohio 
LESLIE MAYNES ADKINS, JR. Lexington 
STEVEN THOMAS ADWELL Louisville 



HARRIET j. AGINKY Bay Shore. New \ ork 
CAROLYN MARIE AHLER Frankfort 
JANE ISABELLE AHLER Frankfort 
GARY WADE AKINS Williamsburg 
KATIIY SUE ALEXANDER Luuisvdle 



JUDITH CAROL ALLEN Mount Slerluig 

KIM MALIA ALLEN Louisvdle 

DINAH MARIE ALLENDER Spruigfield, Ohio 

DIANA LYNN ALLISON Carlisle 

JOHN O'NEAL AMBROSE Lexmgton 



DENISE MACHELLE ANDRIOT Milford. Ohio 
JOYCE ANNE APPLEMAN Augusta 
RICHARD L. ARCHEY Flatwoods 
ANTHONY B. ARMES Hardinsburg 
WILLIAM BRADLEY ARMS Louisville 



RENITA CHARLENE ARNOLD Cromwell 
DEBORAH LOU ARVIDSON Mason, West Virginia 
GINGER G. ASIIBY Louisville 
VERA BRENT ASHER Georgetown 
VIVIAN THERESA ASHFORD Bardstown 



RACHEN ASSAPIMONWAIT Bangkok. Thailand 

SUSAN LYNN ATON Louisville 

CHERYL LYNN AUSTIN Miamisburg. Ohio 

KATHY ANN AUSTIN Carlisle 

JAMES LLOYD AVERILL Lancaster. Ohio 



MATTHEW C. BACH Louisville 
TANA KIM BACK MonticeUo 
BONNYE BELL BACON Owensboro 
MICHAEL JOHN BAILEY Loui.sviUe 
KAREN RAE BAITY Pomeroy, Ohio 



Freshmcn/Abe-Bai 521 



Suitcasing Still A Common Practice With Students 



BETTY SUE BAKER Manchester 
DEBORA ANN BAKER LouisviUe 
MNA JO BAKER Crab Orchard 
RUTH DIANE BAKER Lexington 
SHIRLY LYNN BAKER Somerset 



LINDA SUE BALL Cincinnati. Ohio 

KATHRYN ANN BANKEMPER Covington 
MIKEJ.BARGO London 
BARBARA SUE BARNES Irvine 
JAMES H. BARNES lame 



KIM E. BARNES Covington 
BECKY ANN BARNETT Valley Station 
TINA MARIE BARTHEN Orient Ohio 
MARCIA ANN BATES Louisville 
ROBERT 0. BATES Louis%'ille 



VICKI LYNN BATES Whitesburg 
BARBARA JEAN BAUGHMAN Danville 
MARY JO BAWMANN Fort Thomas 
MARTIN FREDRICK BAXTER Hamilton. Ohio 
GLENNA BEARD Columbia 



SALLEE RUTH BECKETT Laurenceburg. Indiana 
CHARLES MITCHEL BECKLER Lynch 
MARCIA M. BELL Lexington 
MICHAEL LEE BENEDICT Springfield 
SCOTT EMERSON BENNETT Springfield. Ohio 



THOMAS C. BENTON Monlicello 
ANGELA JEAN BERRY MunfordviUe 
ROBERT S. BE.SSEL\1AN Newport 
G. SHELBY BEST DanviUe 
OMEKI ROSE BEVINS Meta 



NANCY ANNE BIBBLE Frankfort 
BILLIE FRANCES BIBBS Lexington 
DEBBIE ANN BIGGS Dayton. Ohio 
DEBORAH KAY BILLER AshviUe, Ohio 
CHRISTINE SUE BIRCHFIELD Campion 



WILLIAM ROBERT BIRKINBINE SamtCharle 
LEE ANN BISCEGLIA Middlesboro 
MARY CARMEL BISIG LouisviUe 
DOUGLAS DWAYNE BLACKBURN Berea 
KATHY BLACKBURN PikeviUe 



Illinois 




522 Freshmen/Bak-Bla 




Pat ()l)ir. Jackie Richardson and Kathy Luckcy find the 
stops of Biirnam Hall a good place to wait before begin- 
ning; another suitcase week-end. 



BECKY BLAIR Lexington 
JANE M. BLANDFORD LouisviUe 
DONALD F. BLANTON Louisville 
CYNTHIA KAY BLICK Fort Mitchell 
SUSAN JEANNE BLIZZARD Cincinnati, Ohio 



MICHAEL J. BOGGS Corbin 

PAUL D. BOGGS Lexington 

CHARLES WAYNE BOHNSTEDT Fern Creek 

TINA LOUISE BONIN Louisville 

ANGELA MARIE BOONE Louisville 



KARLA SUE BOONE Ripley. Ohio 
KATHY ANNE BORDERS Louisville 
CATHY LYNN BOSTON LouisviUe 
MARSHA LOUISE BOTTOM Harrodsburg 
VICKI CAROL BOTTOM Harrodsburg 



Freshmen/Bla-Bot 523 



RICHARU E. BOTTOMS L.-\mgton 
SHARON KAY BOTTOMS DanviUe 
ANN KATHERINE BOURNE Owenton 
ROXANNE BOW Carlisle 
LYNN MARIE BOWERS Florence 



LINDA D. BOWLDS Louisville 
BARBARA JEAN BOWLING Louisville 
THOMAS ANDREW BOWLING Fairfield. Ohio 
TRACY LEIGH BOWMAN Louisville 
JIDY MARIE BOYD Phelps 



JOSEPH R. BOYLE Oceanside. New York 
MARGARET DEAN BRADLEY Louisville 
MARY KATHLEEN BRADY Louisville 
DAVID LEO BRAMER Louisville 
KENNETH IKE BRANDENBURG Beattwill 



ALAN G. BRASHEAR Mason Creek 
ANNA M BRASHEAR Viper 
KENNETH LEE BRECKEL Louisville 
JANE ANN BRENNER Florence 
KIM M. BREWER London 

Mac Davis entertaln^ betore a packed Alumni Coliseum. 




524 Freshmen/Bot-Bre 



Concerts Provide Week Night Change Of Pace 




TERESA EYNN BREWER Eraiiklin. Oliio 
HAROLD DALE 13R1DWELL Louisville 
VICKIE LYNN BRKiHT Dayton, Ohio 
DORIS JEAN BRIGHTWELL Carrolltoti 
CHERYL ANN BRLLO Anchorage 



ELISA JAN BROCKMAN Lebanon 

KELLY RAE BROGAN Jeffersonville. Indiana 

CHIP BROWN Portsmoulh. Ohio 

JACK L. BROWN Wallon 

JUDY (',. BROWN Ilaserllill 



PAMELA ESTHER BROWN Roebhng, New Jersey 
WILLIAM DAVID BROWN Louisville 
LEANDER CHRISTIE BROWNING Louisville 
WALTER ALLEN BROWNING Kalmouth 
MARILYN SL'E BRUCK Hainillon. Ohio 



CAROLYN ELIZABETH BUCHANAN Barbourville 

PAUL DAVID BUCHANAN Florence 

ROGER GERARD BUCKLER Vine Grove 

MARY C. BUCKMAN Valley Station 

ROBERT MICHAEL BUDROE Willingbon, New Jersey 



TED ALLEN BUEHNER Farmersvillc, Ohio 
BRENDA MARIE BUGG Harrodsburg 
OWEN KEITH BUKY Mount Washington 
KATHRYN RENAE BULLEN Mount Vernon 
KIMN S. BUNCE Lebanon, Ohio 



CATHY MARIE RUNNING Fort Thomas 
JANBURDINE Nicholasville 
MONA GALE BURKE Corbin 
DARRELL WAYNE BURKS Louisville 
DOREEN BURKS LouisviUe 



WESLEY GENE BURKS LouisviUe 
CARON ANN BURNS Alexandria, Virginia 
KAREN SUE BURNS MackviUe 
JANET SUE BURTON Brodhead 
MARGARET ELAINE BUTLER Somerset 



LYNNE RAE BYBEE LouisviUe 

STEVE L. BYERLY DanviUe 

JAMES TOD BYLAND Muskegon, Michigan 

GRAHAM BRENT CALDER Corbin 

PATRICK WILLIAM CALHOUN Louisville 



Freshmen/Bre-Cal 525 



Security Enforces Campus Rules 



SANDRA I.YNNECAl.l,U;OirH l.uuisulle 
CAMEILLE INEZ CAMBRON Bar(istou,i 
STEVEN CAMBRON Eouiwillc 
TERESA ELAINE CAMDEN Frankfort 
CHARLES D. CAMPBELL Springboro. Ohio 



DEBORAH S. CAMPBELL Karbounill.- 
DENISE ALBERTA CAMPBELL \ irm,- 
DONNA K. CAMPBELL LouismIIc 
JEFFRE'l ALAN CAMPBELL Kranklor 
KIP MICH \FL CAMPBELL LuiiisMllr 



C.AV LYNN CAKDEN I,.-\inglon 
PATSYE ELLEN CARLOCK TcmpkinsMllc 
MARY S. CARR Mount Sterlins 
NANCY LEECARRICO Sprinsficld 
DONNA LYNN CARROLL Lexington 



CHARLES ROBERT CARTER LouismII 
HELEN ELIZABETH CARTER Pikivill. 
LISA LOUISE CARTER Louisvilk 
TERRY LYNN CARTER Dover 
TONYA \L\RIE CARTER Lrxmston 



WILLI \M EDWARD CARTER Ml (;.'org.tuwn 

LAHO^L\ LEE CASE N.-on 

FAYE CASEY Laurt lurburs 

SLSAN MARIE CASHDOLLAR Kettering. Ohio 

CHARLES DOUG CAUDILL North Bend. Ohio 



PAMELA CAUDILL Lexington 
H. KIRK CHAMBERLAIN Loui.^vilk' 
PALL TRACY CHAMBERS Independence 
SUSAN ELAINE CHEAP Flemingsburg 
WANDA K \Y CHII.DERS Williamsburg 



WAHCHZUNGCHOW Hong Kong 
ELIZABETH DIANE CIOLEK Richmond 
KEVIN CLANCY Cincinnati. Ohio 
ALICE MARIE CLARK Mount Washington 
EMILY JOSEPHINE CLARK llarpster. Ohio 



DEBORAH TRUE CLAl NCll llarrodsburg 
JOAN ROCHELLE CLAY LouisviUe 
BONNIE LYNN CLEASBY Nicholasiille 
LINDA CAROL CLINKENBEARD Carlisle 
THOMAS A. CLOUSE Mount Vernon 




526 Freshmcn/Cal-Clo 




BKRNAUETTE GRUNDY COCANOUGHER Springfield 
PATTY MARIE COEY Tipp City. Ohio 
JEFFREY JAMES COLE Harrodsburg 
CAROLYN FAYE COLEMAN Lebanon Junction 
CHERYL LORITA COLES Lexington 



DARLENE COLLETT Manchester 
CARLOTTA COLLINS Crescent Springs 
DORIS JEAN COLLINS Bloomfield 
JAMES PHILIP COLLINS Louisville 
TERRY L. COLWELL London. Ohio 



DOUGLAS DWIGHT COMBS Manchester 
JEANIEL. COMBS Hazard 
SUE ELLEN COMBS Hazard 
VIVIAN A. COMBS Dayton, Ohio 
ELOISE VIRGINIA COMPTON Pikeville 



DORIS IRENE CONNOR La Lima, Honduras 

LORENE CONOVER Manchester 

GLENDA ANN CONWAY CarroUton 

KATHLEEN LAURETTA CONWAY Springfield. Ohio 

VICKIE D. COPE PaintsviUe 




A member of Eastern's security force issues a parking citation to an unregistered vehicle. 



Freshmen/Coc-Cop 527 



cx-^'fcijai 



This student finds cycling a quick means of transportation 
to and from classes. 



GERALDINE CORNETT llindman 
BECKY S. COURTNEY Carrollton 
ALICE FRANCES COX Heidelberg 
CRAIG MICHAEL COX Columbus Ohio 
DENISE LOIS COX Versailles 



JACKIE LOU COX Richmond 
J AMES SHELBY COX Lexington 
KAREN JEAN COX VersaUles 
BARBARA LOUISE CRABTREE Monticello 
SHARON KAYE CRABTREE Campbellsville 



RANDAL TERRY CRADDOCK ShepherdsviUe 
DONNA JANE CRAKT Berry 
OMA L. CREECH Monroe. Ohio 
JUDY LYNN CROWE Winchester 
BEMEDJI LYNN CRUSE Mount Sterling 




528 Freshmen/Cor-Cru 



Cycling Gains Popularity With Fuel Price Inflation 




MAKY CAROL CRUSH Louisvilli- 
GLYNDON S. CRUTCHER Bfrea 
LINDA SUE CULLER Springfield. Ohio 
LORETTA JEAN CUNNINGHAM l,oui.sviil 
JOHN MARK CURD Nicholasvillc 



THERESE JO CURRY Versailles 
LARRY EU(;ENE CURTIS Berea 
MARILYN CAROL DABNEY Lexington 
SHERI LYNN DALTON Monticello 
TIMOTHY R. DALTON Somerset 



LINDA D. DAPKUS Elizabeth. New Jersey 
MARY ANN DAUGHERTY Phelps 
ERNEST WAYNE DAVIDSON Hazard 
STEVEN PAUL DAVIER Dillsboro. Indiana 
DAVID A. DAVIS Loui.s-ville 



PARTICIA E. DAVIS Lexington 
SIIEREE LYNN DAVIS Anchorage 
SUSAN LYNNE DAVIS Stanford 
DORA L. DAVISON Loveland. Ohio 
REBECCA R. DAWKINS Louisville 



DONA ANN DEARING Louisville 
LINDA DIANE DEATON Middletoun. Ohio 
SCOTT X. DECANDIA Lodi, New Jersey 
ROSEMARY T. DECARO Morristown. New Jersey 
DANA EDWIN DERRING Fort Thomas 



SHARON KAY DEMAREE Lanea.ster 
KAREN SUE DENNEY Cincinnati, Ohio 
CHRISSY DENZINGER Anchorage 
M. MARGO DETERS Fort Mitchell 
DEBRA LYNN DEZARN Ashland 



NORMA MARIE DILS Ashland 
DALE RUSSELL DIXON Louisville 
PATTY M. DOGGETT Cincinnati. Ohio 
MICHAEL PAUL DONISl Middletown, Ohio 
JOY LEE DOAN East Bernstadt 



PA TRICIA ANN DORAN Gibsonia. Pennsylvania 

CATHY DOTSON Paducah 

CATHY ANN DOUGLAS Lexmgton 

EVELYN SUE DOUGLAS Danville 

MARY THERESA DRENNEN Springfield. Ohio 



Freshmen/Cru-Dre 529 



Time Killers Enjoy Bubbling Sounds Of The Fountain 



GREG LEE DRINGENBURG Florence 
CERE M. DUER Lexington 
MICHAEL WANE DUGGINS Radclitf 
LINDA VIVIAN DUKE Lebanon Junction 
DONALD GENE DUNLAP Valley Station 



KIM YVONNE DUNN Lexington 
DEBORAH LYNN DURCAN Ludlow 
LORENZO DOW EADS JR. Frankfort 
LAURA L. EASTON Dayton. Ohio 
DOTTIE L. EBERLE Cincinnati. Ohio 



PAUL THOMA,S EBERT Slaters Branch 
ROBIN ECHEVARRIA Princeton, New Jersey 
MARY KATHERINE ECKSTEIN Louisville 
RICHARD LEE EDGINGTON II South Portsmouth 
MICHAEL GREGORY EDWARDS Independence 



SUSAN EDWARDS Frankfort 

TERESA ANN EDWARDS Tipp City, Ohio 

JOHN R. EGGER LouisviUe 

CONNIE LOU ELAM South Charleston, Ohio 

DENNIS E. ELDER Louisville 



LAVERA ARLENE ELERY LouisviUe 
LINDA JAYE ELLIS Elsmere 
STEPHEN COLEMAN ELLIS Fern Creek 
KENNETH TYRONE EMERY Cleveland. Ohio 
LESLIE GAY EMBRY Millwood 



THEODORE JONATHAN ENGELHARD Fort Thomas 
ALLEN DOUGLAS ENGLE Richmond 
DANELLE ALMEDA ENGLE Corbin 
JOHN EDWIN ENOS Fort Thomas 
JOANNE ERICKSON Madrid, Spain 



DAVID A. ESTES Winchester 

DEBORAH A. ESTILL Shelbyville 

DOROTHY ELIZABETH ETHERINGTON Richmond 

TONI MARIE ETHINGTON Shelbyville 

CINDY LOU ETKIN Dayton. Ohio 



EUGENIA EZELI. Graccy 

SUSAN ELAINE FADAL Charleston, West Virginia 

KATHRYN MORGAN FAIRCHILD Frankfort 

NATHAN LEE FARIS Frankfort 

CAROL A. FAULKNER Williamsburg 




530 Freshmen/Dri-Fau 




A coed takes a few minutes out to catch up on the latest news while relaxing around the Powell Center courtyard. 



Freshmen 531 



SHARON KUH\ FELTY Greenup 
I.INDA (;. FERGUSON Dry Ridge 
KATHY LOU FERTIG Louisville 
MARY C. FIELDS Lawrenceburg 
RICHARD LYNN FIFIELD Owensboro 



MICHAEL DEAN FIGGINS Covington 
KIMLYNN SUE FISCHER Erianger 
MARY ELLEN FISH Kettering, Ohio 
BEVERLY JOYCE FISHER Lexington 
CANDACE KAY FISHER Columbus. Ohio 



DA\ ID KEITH FISHER Falmouth 
JANET L. FITZGERALD Covington 
JANICE CEIL FITZPATRICK Hebron 
KERRY JOE FLANAGAN Jamestown 
MARISAJEAN FLORENCE Cynthiana 



ROBIN LYNN FLORIAN Frankfort 
DEBRA SUE FLOYD Danville 
TIM L. FLYNN Sprmgdale. Ohio 
BRIDGETTJANELLFORD Corbin 
JANE A. FORTNY Springfield. Ohio 



Putting her books aside. Sarah Stump enjoys the refresh- 
ing flavor of ice cream on a uann September day. 




532 Freshmen/Fel-For 



Grill Offers Popular Ice Cream Flavors 




KKBKCCA U. FOSTKR Kuhinui.d 
STEVEN ROBERT FOSTER Wilmington. (Jliio 
SUE LYNN FOSTER Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOY S. FOWEER Wrsllicld. N.u .|rrscy 
DEBRA ANN FRALEV Jackson 



JENNIFER FRAME West Union. Ohio 
RONALD FREAD Cincinnati, l )hio 
ROBERT N. FROEHLIEH L.-xington 
STEVEN JOSEPH FROMMEYER Cold Sprnig 
JOHN MICHAEL FRYMIRE Webster 



M\in W. FULLER Lexington 
YOL(Ji\DA CAROL FLILLEK Wnuhcstcr 
MARCIA LOUISE FUNKE Lo\ eland. Ohio 
PENNY CABBARD Frankfort 
JANET KAYE (JABEIl VRI Cani|.bcllsvillc 



LARRY L. GADD Richmond 
BARBARA JOAN GAFFEY Owcnsboro 
TIMOTHY LEE GAFFIN West Union, Ohio 
ANDREW JAMES GALL Fort Thomas 
REBECCA LYNN (MRDNER Plea.surcville 



WILLIAM A. GARRETT Cromona 
JOSEPH PATRICK GATELY Fort Thomas 
JOE SHERMAN GAY Lancaster 
WILMA JEAN GENTRY Lexmgton 
ROBERT GEOGHEGAN Bardstown 



LEANN C.EPHART Carlisle, Ohio 
PAMELA SUE GERLACH Valley Station 
GLORIA GAY GEVEDON Grassy Creek 
REBECCA LYNNE GIBBS Waddy 
BARBARA LEE GIESLER Cincinnati, Ohio 



SHERRY LEE GILBERT Cincinnati, Ohio 
VICKIE LYNN GILBERT London 
CONNIE SUE GILLESPIE Hamilton, Ohio 
MAUREEN E. GLOWSKl Cincinnati. Ohio 
WILBERT HALE GOATLEY Louisville 



JANE ANN GODBEY Lexington 
BJORN FIELD GOLBERG Lebanon 
ROBER NEAL GOLDSMITH Louisville 
SHEI.IA GOODMAN PikevUle 
LAURA ELLEN GOODPASTER Owingsvill 



Freshmen/ Fos-Goo 533 



Dorm Directors Assisted By Many Students 



PAMELA JO GORENFl.O Marion, Ohio 
LOU ANN GORHAM Lexington 
CANDICE GRAHAM Campion 
DAVIDA LEE GRAHAM Richmond 
THEDA JOY GR.AZLANI Cold Spring 



VICKIE LYNN GREEN Corhin 

ANTOINETTE R. GREENE Louisville 

CATHERINE MARY GREENE Hebron 

TERI LYNNE GREENE Winchester 

KAREN DENISE GREENWELL Lebanon ]unction 



DEBRA KENEE GREER Tavlorsv.lle 
BELLAH MAE GREGORY C.-opersnlle 
LAURA RUTH GREGORY Frankfort 
SHIRL FAYE GREGORY Central City 
JEANNE ANN GRIFFIN Hamilton. Ohio 



LAUREL JEAN GRIFFIN Newark. Ohio 

LINDA B. GRIFFIN Louisville 

ELIZABETH BRUMMAL GRIFFITH.S Greensburg 

JANE ELLEN GRIPPA Ripley. Ohio 

MAR(;ARET ANN GRI.'^WOLI) Mechanicsburg. Ohio 



BARBARA JEAN GROSENBACH Fort Thomas 
LORI JAN GUNDEL York, Pennsylvania 
CHARLES EDWIN GUTENSON Waynesburg 
MARGARET R. HAAS New Richmond. Ohio 
SANDY ANN HACKER Trenton, Ohio 



JOE R. HAEGELE Covington 
GLENDA ANN HAFLEY Switch 
LAURA BETH HAGER Lexington 
MIKE HOWARD HALCOMB Middletoun 
MARCUS COLE HALE Maekville 



THERESA ELAINE HALEY Florence 

JAMES EDWARD HALFORD. JR. JellVrsontown 

DARLENE HALL Pikeville 

JAMES COLEMAN HALL Sharpsville. Pennsylvania 

KARAN RUTH HALL Springfield. Ohio 



SAMUEL ALEX HALL Richmond 
SHEILA KAY HALL Maloneton 
SUSAN ELAINE HALL .Saint Charle.-v Missouri 
ANN PORRITT HALLIWELL Pikeville 
CINDY L. IIAMAN New Carlisle, Ohio 




534 Freshmen/Gor-Ham 




As the dormatories reopen for the fall semester, Sandy 
Turner aids coeds by issuing room assignments in McGreg- 
or Hall. 




KAREN LEE HAMBLIN LouisviUe 
CONNIE LEE HAMILTON Falmouth 
KAREN KAY HAMILTON Verona 
MICHAEL WOODFORD HAMILTON Newport 
THOMAS C. HAMILTON Hamilton. Ohio 



VALERIE DALE HAMPTON Florence 
CHERI A. HARALSON Louisville 
PEGGY JEAN HARDESTY Louisville 
DORIS LEE HARDY Mount Washington 
TERESA FAYEHARGIS Salt Lick 



CATHY DENISE HARGROVE Louisville 
MARSHA KAY HARNEY Cynthiana 
MARY JANE HARRIS Standford 
VIVIAN L. HARRIS Fleming 
DEBORAH SUE HARRISON Irvine 



GAIL MARDELL HART Eaton, Ohio 
JUDY A. HARVEY Bellevue 
MICHAEL LOYD HASH Corbin 
VICKIE JO HASH Jeffersontown 
MICHAEL STEPHEN HATCHER" LouisviUe 



Freshmen/Ham-Hat 535 



GARY ALI_i;\ II ATCUKTT Lawrfrurburg 
ALAN KENT HATFIELD Harlan 
PAl'LA FAYE HATFIELD South Williamson 
CONNIE ELAINE HATTON Campton 
LAURA ANN HAYDEN Owensboro 



MELINDA LINTON HAYDEN Clifton. Virginia 
RUPERT ANTHONY HAYDEN Em.nt-mc 
CATHERINE ROSE HAYDON Bardstomi 
JOAN C. HAYES Louisville 
VICKIE KAL II \YKS Culludrn. W.-st Vimnia 



CANDY LEE llEi:K\IA\ Fort 1 liomas 
CAII. MARIE HEFFELBOWER I.tMugton 
CINDY A. IIEIM Lexington 
DERBY LOLISE HEITZ Louisville 
JUDY LEIGH HELLARD Versailles 



SANDRA JUNE HELTON Middlesboro 
HOLLY BETH HEMPHILL Covington 
JOYCE E. HENDERSON LeMnatun 
DARRELL LEE HENSLEY Mandu-ster 
JENNY HENSON Somerset 



Joseph I landv and Sitlu A.ssanoaut find I'ovvell (-enter 
recreational tacilities an exellent means of week-end en- 
tertainment. 



536 Freshmen/Hat-Hen 




Billiards Serve As An Enjoyable Pastime 




SIlKKKl DcANN HENSON Cyiithiana 
MARK STEVEN HEUCKE Louisville 
DEBI KAREN HILI. Westchester, Ohio 
LINDA SUE HIMES Cincinnati, Ohio 
UARLENE HINKLE Pewee Valley 



CINDY ANN HINZMAN Covington 
CATHERINE LOUISE HIRSCH Kettenng, Ohio 
DEBBIE LYNN HOBBS Middletown, Ohio 
UONIE R. HODGE Elizabethtown 
NANCY S. HOECKER Fort Thomas 



THERESA DIANE HOFFMAN Louisville 
MEL STEPHEN HOI.BROOK Rk hniond 
EDWIN VICTOR HOLDER 111 Vanceburg 
MICHAEL PAUL HOLEMAN Cincinnati. Ohio 
BETH MARIE HOLLAND Edgewood 



PATTI A. HOLLENCAMP Kettering, Ohio 
BETTY LOU HOLLON Campton 
KATHY ARNETTA HOLLON Clay City 
CARL EDWARD HOLT Richmond 
LINDA DARNELL HOLT Richmond 



Freshmen/Hen-Hol 537 



Rain Disrupts Early Semester Activities 



LISA MARIE HOI/I'RY Springfield. Ohio 
GREGORY LEE HOOD Lawnnceburg 
MIGKIE jO HOPPER Russell Springs 
SUZANNE E. HOPPER Columbus, Ohio 
DONNA JEAN HOWARD Winchester 



JACKIE SUE HOWARD Louisville 
MARCIA KAY HOWARD Lancaster 
BRANDT HOWELL Ashland 
SUSAN JEAN HUBER Mount Wa.-hini^ton 
JEl-FERY ALAN HUBLEY York, Pennsylvania 



DENISE LYNN HUBSCH Louisville 
DAVID STOKES HUME Lexington 
SONYA JOYCE HUMMEL Corbin 
REBECCA LYNN HUMSTON Lawrenceburg 
NANCY ANNE HUNGARLAND Richmond 



KEVIN LEALAND HUNT SheperdsviIIe 
ALBERTA JEAN HURST Campton 
PATRICIA ELLIOTT HURST Dayton, Ohio 
TINA MARIE HUTCHISON Lancaster 
TERESA DAWN HYATT Lexington 



KATHY JO IN(;RAM Eort Mitchell 
GLORIA JEAN IRVIN Louisville 
CINDY GAIL ISAAC Lexington 
CASSANDRA E.JACKSON LouIsmU 
DAVID MARK JACKSON LouLsville 



LYNN E. JACKSON Columbu.', Ohio 
YOLANDA MARIE JACKSON Lexington 
LAURA C. JACQUES Louisville 
BRENDA CAROL JANES Elizabethtown 
DONNA R. J ANSING LouisviUe 



JOYCE LEE JANZEF London, Ohio 
DEBRA ANN JASPER Lexmgton 
DEANNA LYNN JENKINS Silver Grove 
JUDY CAROL JENKINS Falmouth 
SCOTT NEALJENKS Louisa 



SARON JOTJUMMONG Kensmgton. Maryland 
KAREN ELAINE JOHNS Paris 
AGATHA LYNN JOHNSON Virgie 
BARBARA LOUISE JOHNSON Toledo, Ohio 
KATHY LYNN JOHNSON Wheelwriglit 




538 Freshmen/Hol-Joh 




Umbrellas provide protection from a late summer rain as 
ail abundance of students wait to obtain the few remain- 
ing rental refrigerators. 



SHARON I.YNN.IOllNSOiN Louisville 
BETSY LYNN. IOi\E.S Frankfort 
LORETTAjtJNES Hazard 
MARTHA JANE JONES Bybee 
M0NU;A PARKSjONES Owingsville 



THE0[)ORE ROOSEVELT JONES Baltimore, Maryland 
LINDA LOUISE J LETT Williamstown 
LORRAINE LEE KAFLAN Demossville 
NIETTA K. KEAN Lexington 
ROBIN LYNN KEEHNER Louisville 



TERRI MEDLEY KEELEY Louisville 
MARY LOl! KEES Kort Wright 
STEPHEN RICHARD KEES Covmgton 
LENA RETHA KEITH Parkers Lake 
CAROLYN FAYE KELLEY Barbourville 



Freshmen/Joh-Kel 539 



Freshmen Discover Unusual Study Areas 



(;f,ok(;k kdwakd m:\ii' ii,rca 

JAMES KKNDRKJK JK. Welumpka, Alabama 
MARY jOANN KENNED / Fori Thomas 
GRETA ELAINE KIDD Hazard 
DONALD KIMBALE Lexinetoii 



KIM MARIE KINDER Lrxinston 
JUDY K. KING Fill!' Knot 
LAWRENCE JOHN KING Orlando. Elonda 
SARA ANN KING Fern Crf.k 
SHARON l.YNNE KIN(; Brooksvill, 



KARMA ANN KINSELLA Fori Tliomas 
ELEN ELISABETH KIRBY Davlon, Ohio 
DARREL CLAIR KIRK Bena 
REX AMON KIRKI'ATRICK Covmglon 
MICHAEL KENT KLEE Falmoulh 



TARA LYNN KLINE Cincinnati. Ohio 

THERESA M. KLISZ Danvill, 

LYNN MARIE KOHSIN Union 

THEODORE JOSEPH KORNHOFF ,-<oulh I'oi t.^nunith 

VIRGINIA LEE KRAMER Frlan»-r 



CAROL JEAN KUEBBIM; Fort Wright 
GLEN E. KUEN/LI Haines City. Florida 
DEBORAH ANN KUMP Oregon. Ilhnois 
JEFF WILLIAM KUSTES Louisville 
NANCY KAREN LACEY Loui.svillc 



MELINDA LACINAK Cincinnati, Ohio 
KATHLEEN ANN LaFOUNTAIN Nicholasvi 
GINA RAE LANCASTER Walton 
CATHY DENISE LANDIS Kettermg. Ohio 
BENITA CAROL LANE Mount Sterling 



MARGARET MARY LANHAM Loui.s\'ilIe 
JOHN C. LAWSON Richmond 
BEN C. LEACHMAN Springfield 
KATHY M. LEAK Blanchester. Ohio 
DONNA M. LEAR Mason. Ohio 



DOHOTHY I.OUISELEE Central City 
SAUNDRAJO LEE Winchester 
SHIRLEY KAWASAKI LEE Louisville 
DEBBIE JEAN LEEP Louisville 
DEBBIE JANE LEHMAN Fort Thomas 




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540 Freshmen/Kern- Leh 




DIANNK MARIE LKHMAN Covington 
JON JOHN I.EHNEK Chesterton. Indiana 
MICHAEL,!. EEIENBERGER Ashley 
(OHNE. LEMING Erlanger 
DONNIE BRUCE EE.STER Harrodsburg 



CAROL ANN LEVERIDGE Bowhng Green 
LYNNE MARIE LEVERONNE Louisville 
BRUCE MILLER LEWIS Lexington 
JACtJUELINE FRANCE.S LEWIS Lexington 
BARBARA JEAN LIGHTNER Farmersville. Ohio 



CHRLSTOFHERL. LILLY Lexington 
CHARLOTTE JACQUELINE LINTNER Loui.svill 
KEITH ROBBIN LITTLE Middleport, Ohio 
LAURA LEE LITTLE Louisville 
DONNA ELLAN LITTRELL LouisviUe 



BARBARA C. LOCOCO Louisville 
KAREN LYNETTE LOGAN Lexington 
KEVIN CLAYTON LOGUE Harrodsburg 
DEBRA M. LOWE Louisville 
KATHY LUKAC Sharpsville. Pennsylvania 




Lounging on the Powell Center waU, Shirley Stamper 
contemplates her reading assignment as she prepares for 
her eivili/.ation class. 



Freshmen/Leh-Low 541 



'Coed' Dorm ... A New Challenge For Security 



NANCY EAKL l.UNEY Louisville 
JO LYNN LIJTZ Lexington 
LEESA L LYONS LouisvUle 
LINDA CAROL MAEGLY Florence 
WANDA BARBARA MANEK LouisviUe 



MARSHA HALLENE MANN Springfield 
NIKKI MARASA Louisville 
K. EVERETT MARPLE Lebanon 
DEBORAH RENEE MARSHALL Danville 
HENRY ALLEN MARSHALL Carlisle 



MIKE E. M\RSHALL Lexington 
WILLIAM RANDY MARSHALL Dry Ridge 
ANNE K. MARTIN Owensboro 
JAMES BRADLEY MARTIN Lawreiiceburg 
JANIE CAROL MARTIN Realty ville 



JAYNE LYNN MARTIN Louisville 
MARISA LYNN MARTIN Riehmond 
MARK GREGORY MARTIN BnstoL Virginia 
SHERYL ANN MARTIN Fern Creek 
HAROLD ANTHONY MASDEN Shepherds-vill 



VICKI M. MASTRUSERIO Cincinnati. Ohio 
SHERRY FAY MATHIS Valley Station 
ANNE MARIE MATTINGLY Lebanon 
CHARLES RICHARD MATTINGLY, JR. Louisville 
CHARLES RONALD MATTINGLY Hardinsburg 



JENE DARLANE MAUPIN Lexington 

LINDA SUE MAUPIN Lebanon 

CHARLES W ILLIAM MAXWELL Delphi. Indiana 

SUSAN ELAINE MAY LucasviUe. Ohio 

SHARON KAYE MAYNE Carpenter 



CAROL ANN MERRITT Columbia 

LAURA ANN METTOK Danvaie 

TERESA LYNN MIKESELL Englewood, Ohio 

JUDITH LYNN MIKLES LouLsviUe 

AMTA KAYEMILBURN Springfield 



KAREN DIANE MILLER Wheclersburg. Ohio 
LEILA STEWART MILLER Hardinsburg 
MARTHA LYNN MILLER Lexington 
RAMONA GAIL MILLER Fairdale 
ROBERT JOHNSTON MILLER. JR. TaylorsviUe 




542 Freshmen/Lun-Mil 




(liiards an- plated at Martin Hall to insure the safet\ of 
new female occupants who occupied one wing of the 
hall. 



DAKREI.L UWAYNE MILLS Manche 
ELIZABETH A. MILLS Lexnigton 
ROBERT O. MILLS London 
ALICE MARY MITCHELL Ashland 
LARRY MITCHELL Richmond 



WARREN BALLARD MITCHELL Frankfort 
CHARLES DAVID MOFFETT Lawrenceburg 
RICHARD KEITH MOHER Fort Thomas 
SCOTT KINCAID MONROE Van Wert, Ohio 
CHUCK E. MOODY Springfield, Ohio 



JOSEPH F. MOONEY Cynthiana 
COLLEEN C. MOORE Valley Station 
DANA LYNN MOORE Fern Creek 
JOAN ELAINE MOORE Falmouth 
JOHN STEVEN MOORE Lexington 



Freshmen/Mil-Moo 543 



This coed finds the serenity of the ravine inspirational and 
effective in her studies. 



MARSHA KAREN MOORE Franl<fort 
DIANA JEAN MORRIS Cincmnali. Ohio 
DONNA R. MORRIS Mcker 
MICHAEL JAY MORRIS Versailles. Ohio 
PAMELA GAIL MORRIS Somerset 



SYLVIA JEAN MORRIS Somerset 
D'RINDA R. MORRISON Richmond 
PHYLLIS ANN MORTON Lexington 
KATHY E. MOSER Louisville 
NANCY A. MOSS Lexington 



PATRICIA ALLEN MOSS Nicholasville 
JEANNINE SUSAN MOTT Troy, Ohio 
MARILYN JO MOUNTZ Winchester 
JOHN A. MOUSER JR. New Haven 
MARY ANN MULCAHEY Fort Wright 




544 Freshmen/Moo-Mul 



Ravine ... A Haven For Study-Conscious Students 




F.MILY ANN MULCAHY Richmond 
MARY DEBORA MULLEN Fort Wright 
VICKIE RAEMULLINS Hazard 
LYNN ANN MURPHY Pleasure Ridge Park 
KENT EUGENE MYERS Arcanum, Ohio 



JACKIE LOU McCARTY Manchester 

EDNA LYNNE McCAULEY Cynthiana 

NORA LOU McCOMAS Ashland 

BERTHA HOPE McCONNAUGHEY Montgomery, Ohio 

JENNIFER ANN McCOUN Lawrenceburg 



MARILYN McCOY Stanton 
RALPH McCRACKEN HI PineviUe 
VICTORIA S. McCRAY Dayton, Ohio 
PATRICIA ROSELl.A McEARLAND Owensboro 
BILLiE FAYE McGARVEY J ef fersontown 



PATTY SUE McGEORGE Manchester 

FREIDA JUNE McGUlRE Beattyville 

BRUCE McINTOSH Elkton 

KAREN LYNN McINTOSH Chavies 

STEPHEN HOWARD McINTOSH Cincinnati, Ohio 



JEFFREY HAYDON McINTYRE CarroUton 
CAROL TALBOTTMcKENZIE Paris 
CAMILLA JAYE McKINNEY Falmouth 
VALERIE LEA McNABB Oak Ridgc, Tennessee 
DEBRA KATHLEEN McNEESE LouisviUe 



ANTHONY BILL McPEEK Dorton 

KIM McWHORTER Albany 

NANCY SUSAN McWHORTER Hamilton, Ohio 

LAURIE N APOLIT ANI Long Branch, New Jersey 

SMING NAULARGAR Thailand 



LISA ANNE NAYLOR Lancaster 

ERNEST RALPH NELSON Mayfield 

JENNIFER B. NELSON Frankfort 

LINDA JUNE NELSON Hamilton, Ohio 

RICARDO NESRALA Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 



ANN MARIE NEUMANN Fort Thomas 
PHYLLIS ANN NEWBY Springfield 
DON REGAN NEWSOME Virgie 
KAREN ELAINE NICOULIN LouisvUIe 
JOY NOBLE Minnie 



Freshmen/Mul-Nob 545 



Equipment Noted For Its Role In Learning 



l.KSSA KAYO'BANION Owenton 
I.ARRY H. OLIVER Beattyville 
L. JUNEOMANS Louisville 
LINDA SUE O'NAN Louisville 
ROSA MARIE OSLEY Jenkins 



jACKV A. OTT Felicity. Ohio 
BARBARA.). PABIAN Lexington 
VICKIE LYNNE PACK South Shore 
C.EORCETTE HADAN Portsmouth. Ohio 
WILLI \\I EARL PACE Florence 



\1\RY KATHRYX PARK RRhm..n.i 
SUSAN KAY PARK Cincinnati. Ohio 
DEBRA JEAN PARKER Wheelersburg. Ohio 
JAMES STAN PARKER Bellevue 
TERESA GAIL PARROTT BarbourviUe 



EDWARD MICHAEL PATE Louisville 
PATRICIA ELIZABETH PATRICK Seaford. Delaware 
MONICA ANN PATTERSON Fort Mitchell 
RACHEL FAITH PATTERSON Bakersville. Ohio 
Willi \\1 DOYLE PATTERSON Louisville 



DAVID W AYNE PATTON Jackson 

REBECCA PATTON Carr.)llton 

ROSE M. PAYNE Owensboro 

CHERYL LYNN PAYNTER Cerritos. California 

INA KAYE PE.'VCE Corbin 



MARYJO GAIL PEASE Corbin 
DANIEL CURTIS PEERY Cincinnati. Ohio 
TERESA RAEPELPHREY Preston.sburg 
MARGARET ELLEN PENCE Cincinnati. Ohio 
TERESA ANN PENCE Lexington 



JEW MARIE PENDERGRASS Bardstoun 
MARVA K. PERKINS Richmond 
LEANNE H. PERME Louisville 
DAVID ALLEN PETREY Corbin 
BILL F. PETRITES Highland. Lidiana 



AMY LEE PHILLIPS Bardstown 
DEBBIE CAY PHILLIPS Shepherd.svUle 
LAURA JANE PIEPER Piketon. Ohio 
DEBBIE PLENZ Hamilton. Ohio 
DEBBIE S. POLLITT Forest Park, Ohio 




546 Freshmen/O'ba-Pol 




CHARLES DAVIU PUOI.E Irvington 
CHERYL LAUERNE POPE Lexington 
JAMES MICHAEL POPE Fairfield, Ohio 
GARY JOE PORTER Jenkins 
SUSANA POTTER Virgie 



MARGARET ELIZABETH POTTS Louisv 
REBECCA LEE POWER Columbus. Ohio 
THOMAS MILLER POWER Louisville 
JOSEPH ERANKLIN POWERS London 
EDGAR CLAY PRATllER Davton 



RICHARD ALLEN PRESTON Danville 
JACKIE WAYNE PREWITT Richmond 
MELISSA JEAN PREWITT Lancaster 
MARTHA JANE PROFFITT Paint Lick 
MARCIA LUGENE PUCKETT Bardstown 



DAN PUGH Mason, Ohio 
GARY STEVEN PULLIAM Louisville 
MARK ANTHONY PULLIAM Louisvill 
VICKIE ANNETTE QUALLS DanviUe 
SARA M. QLIARLES Frankfort 



Students often realize that a practical ajipliealion of 
knowledge makes learning more enjoyable. 



Freshmen/Poo-Qua 547 



Mike Ross and. [ill Harbin assist each other in hanging one 
of the many Greek flags on Greek Letter Day. 



CARLA MARIE QUINN Cincinnati, Ohio 
DEBRA LYNNRAGAN Kettering, Ohio 
JEANNE CAROL RAGLE Russell Springs 
THOMAS A. RALSTON Stanford 
KAYREN LYNN RANDOLPH Louisville 



FREDDIE RAY RANKIN Lexmgton 
KARLA REBECCA RATLIFF Louisville 
GERY ANTHONY RATTERMAN Louisville 
STEVEN WAYNE RAU Paris 
TERRY ANN RAULERSON Sharonville, Ohio 



DARLENE RAYENS Danville 
DIANE LESLIE RAZOR Lexington 
KEVIN SCOTT RECK Versailles, Ohio 
DIANNE THERESE REDENBO Kettering, Ohio 
STEPHANIE ANNE REDMAN CentervUIe, Ohio 




548 Freshmen/Qui-Red 



Flags Fly At Powell Center On Greek Letter Day 




DAVE LEROY REDMOND Southgate 

CAROLE L. REED Crittenden 

DEBORAH ANN REED Levittown, Pennsylvania 

PATRICIA JANE REED Stanford 

SHARON ELAINE REED LouisviUe 



SHERI L. REED Cincinnati, Ohio 
SUSAN LYNN REED Louisville 
YOLANDE KAY REED Waddy 
JUDY LOUISE REQUARDT Fort Mitchell 
CRAIG B. REYENGA Winchester, Indiana 



CAROLYN SUE REYNOLDS Central City 
JAMES EDWARD REYNOLDS Perryville 
JANET THERESA REYNOLDS Danville 
DEBRA KAY RHEA Louisville 
TIM RHODUS Richmond 



REBECCA A. RHOTEN Lexington 
JANNA SUE RICHARDSON Middlesboro 
JOSEPH WAYNE RICHARDSON Fern Creek 
WILLIAM LAWRENCE RICHMOND Richmond, Indiana 
KAREN YVONNE RIDDLE Louisville 



KIM MELISSA RIEGEL Flemington, New Jersey 
JUDY LYNN RIFFE Webbville 
RAEANN RIFFE Grayson 
NANCY CAROL RIGGIN LouisviUe 
JAMES MONROE RIGNEY Richmond 



BETH RI(;SBY Catleltsburg 

RODERICK ELLIOT RISHEL Long Beach, Mis.sissippi 

JENNIFER MARIE RIZER Bardstown 

TEENA JORENE ROARK Corbin 

SABINA L. ROBARDS Louisville 



LOU ANN ROBERSON Lexington 
GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS Erlanger 
SHERRY LYNN ROBERTS Manchester 
TERESA G. ROBERTS London 
TRUDY SHA ROBERTS Winchester 



KENT B. ROBERTSON Paris 

RICHARD C. ROBERTSON Lawrenccburg 

SANDY RAYNEEN ROBERTSON Harrodsburg 

DEBORAH LYNN ROBINSON Conover, North Carolina 

KAREN JANE ROBINSON Lexington 



Freshmen/Red-Rob 549 



Dracula Visits Clay Hall 



MARGARET VIRGINIA ROBINSON Aurora. Indiana 
PRISGILI.A WOODS ROBINSON Ixxmgton 
BILL. I. ROESCH Fairfield. Ohio 
CHRIS. I. ROOD Le.xington 
.HUE DAW.N ROSS Valle> Station 



LOU ANN ROSS DanviUe 
MARILYNN GERNITA ROSS Louisvdle 
MARK L. ROUSE .Mount Washington 
KATHY LYNN ROYER Springfidd. Ohio 
DAN A. IE AN Rl'CKER Van l.rar 



SANDY ANN RUNYAN Loui.^vill.- 
CARLOS EVERETT RUSSELL Shelb.wille 
KENNETH BRADLEY RUSSELL Frankfort 
KIM RYSER East Bernstadt 
TONYA ROSE SALLEE Fort Mitdidl 



EDW.VRU GLENN SALLEY Hazard 
DEBORAH KAYE SAMS Georgetown 
JA.MES TIMOTHY SAMS PleasureviUe 
SANDRA JEAN SAMUELS Fairdale 
CLANCIE JEAN SANDERS Warsaw 



DORA LYNNE SATTERLY Frankfort 

HARRY ANTHONY SAURER Louisville 

IL LYNNE SCHALK Loui.sville 

CHERYL ANN SCHERMERHtJRN Hammond. New York 

R. DOUGLAS SCHLOSSER Fort Thomas 



JANETS. SCHMIDT Louisville 
MARGIE V.SCHMIDT Fort Thomas 
RACHELLE MARIE SCHNEIDER Lexington 
KIMBERLY SUE SCHOLL Trenton, Ohio 
HALGA MARIA SCHUSTER Dayton, Ohio 



jf)HN H. SCHUTTE Xenia. Ohio 
ROBERT NORMAN SCHWENKE Union 
DEBRA JEAN SCOTT PikevUle 
WALLACE DUVAL SCOTT Louisville 
CHRISTINA ANNE SCRIBNER Brooksville 



BARBARA KAY SEARS Louisville 
LINDA ANN SEBREE Hebron 
STEPHANIE ANNE SEPATE Cincinnati. Ohio 
GEORGE EDGAR SE.XTON, JR. Carlisle 
J E ANNE CAROL SH AFER Cincinnati, Ohio 




550 Freshmen/ Rob-Sha 




Monsters come alive as Barbara Shaudoin and Judy Garda entertain residents of Clay Hall on Monster Movie Night. 



Freshmen 551 



BRENDA LOU SHAFFER Sturgjs 
MELVIN WAYNE SHANNON Paris 
VICKY LYNNE SHELTON Goshen, Ohio 
CAROL ANN SHEPHERD Brooksville 
CHARMAINE C. SHEPHERD ValUju, California 



THUNLAS HARDIN SHERROU Li.xmgton 
UDORN SHINAWATRA Chiengmai, Thailand 
MAGDA LYNN SHIRLEY Georgetown 
MARY GWENDOLYN SHOCKENCY Lebanon 
JONl. JAMES SHORT Tompl<insviUe 



STELLA MALIEA SHORT Irvine 
SUSAN GAIL SHORT Lexington 
JOHN WILLIAM SHUMWAY, JR. Lexington 
SHARON MARIE SILK Lexington 
BRENDA JEAN SIMPSON Corbin 



DEBRA ANN SIMPSON Norwood. Ohio 
KATHY MARIE SIMPSON Lancaster 
WENDY LEE SIMPSON Tiffin, Ohio 
LOUANNESIMS Burgin 
CAROLE A.P.A. SINK Marion, Ohio 



Students learn to understand how artistic interpretations 
are given broader horizons when done out of doors. 



552 Fre.shmen/Sha-Sin 




Drawing Allows Students To Enjoy Campus 




SAMI.AWAN .S1R1W0N(;SE Bangkok. Thailand 
CAYLE ANN SKIUMORE Janifslown, N.w York 
SUSAN N. SLADE Cynthiana 
CYNTHIA EYNNSLATON Madisonvillc 
DEBORAH M. SI.OAN Cincninali, Ohio 



ERNIE ROSS SLUCHER Taylorsvill.- 
IDA LOUISE SLUCHER PineviUi- 
VIRGINIA ALICE SLUCHER Middl.shoro 
STEPHEN J. SMEATHERS I.ewisporl 
BRENDA K. SMITH Louisville 



CHRISTI LEE SMITH Eairti.ld, Ohio 
CURT SMITH Manchester 
DEBBIE ANN SMITH Springfield. Ohio 
DEBORAH ANNE SMITH Louisville 
DEBRA SUE SMITH Harlan 



EUGENE JOSEPH SMITH Oil City, Pennsylvania 
GUY BRITTIAN SMITH Middle.sboro 
JIMMIE ANDREW SMITH Lexington 
KAREN R. SMITH Fort Thomas 
LENA SMITH Hazard 



Freshmen/Sir-SmI 553 



Valerie Nations and Shirley Stamper find the atmosphere 
high atop Sulhvan Hall quite pleasant as they take time 
out for a quiek snack. 



USA I.YNN SMITH Tallmadge. Ohio 
MADONNA JEAN SMITH Springfield 
MARK W. SMITH Louisville 
PATRICIA ELLEN SMITH Corbin 
SHERRI SMITH Manchester 



VICKIE ELAINE SMITH Irvington 
JOHN W. SNEDEGAR OwingsviUe 
MALREEN K. SNYDER Dayton, Ohio 
STACIE MARIE SNYDER Lexington 
CAROL RUTH SOLOMON Lexmgton 



SANDRA LYNN SORRELL Trenton, Ohio 
RALPH DENNIESOWDER Louisville 
TOM EARL SPANGLER Springfield, Ohio 
PAULA KAY SPAULDING Lawrenceburg 
DEBORAH LYNN SPENCER New Lebanon, Ohio 



JULIA ANN SPENCER Pikeville 
NEVA SHARLENE SPENCER Winchester 
SHELLEY JAY SPIVEY Lexington 
JEANNE KAYESPRADLIN Pikeville 
ELAINE SPRINGER Valley Station 




554 Freshm.en/Smi-Spr 



Freshmen Hang Out At Unusual Eating Spots 




4Ab»c'^: ■■! ^ 




ANNE F. SPRINGMAN Mason. Ohio 

PAMELA ANN STACKS Shippensburs, Fciinsylvania 

CATHY j. STAFFORD Middlesboro 

PATRICIA KAY STAHI. Nitro, West Virginia 

KIM MARIE STAI.LMAN \enia, Ohio 



SHIRLEY FAY STAMPER Versailles 
TERESA STAMPER Morris Fork 
BETH ANN STANTON Franklin, Pennsylvania 
SARAH DABNEY STAPLES Furnace 
RANDALL LEE STATHERS Lancaster 



PAMELA LYNNETTE STEARNS Albany 
REBECCA LYNN STEELE Greenup 
SHERRY LEHN STEELE Owingsville 
MARK JOSEPH STEENKEN Covington 
JILL EDITH STEGER Florence 



TIMOTHY ALAN STEHLIN Cincinnati, Ohio 

GLORIA JEAN STEPHENS Lynch 

RUTH ALLEEN STEPHENSON Kings Mills, Ohio 

MARK LEO STEVENS Louisville 

JAMS ELAINE STEWART Lexington 



ROY THOMAS STEWART Worthville 
SUSAN LYNN STEWART Toledo, Ohio 
LYNN ANN STICKLING Fort Thomas 
MARY LOUISE STINNETT NicholasvUle 
ROBIN ANN STODDARD Reading, Ohio 



THOMAS ALAN STOKES Louisville 
RONALD L. STONE Winchester 
SONYALYNNE STONE Richmond 
STEVEN PATRICK STORY Lexington 
MONICA ANN STOUT TaylorsviUe 



DEBBIE JOLEEN STRANGE Louisville 
ANTHONY DALESTRATTON Lawrenceburg 
TERRY RANDALL STREET Corbin 
TERESA ELLEN STREETMAN Louisville 
DEBRA CHERE STRICKLAND Louisville 



DAVID LESLIE STRINGFELLOW Frankfort 
DEBRA L. .STUBBS Elizabethtown 
MARK DAVID -STUCKER Louisville 
MARCIA SUE STUTZMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
F. SCOTT SUDDUTH Frankfort 



Freshmen/Spr-Sud 555 



A quick nap between classes provides relief from a busy 
freshman schedule. 




MARY KATHRYN SILLIVAN Florence 
NANCY ELAINE SWAIN Helenwood. Tennessee 
CAROLYN LYNN SWANSON VersaiUes 
JENNIFER AMANDA SWOPE Lexington 
SELBY SUE TACKETT Virgie 



JANICE SUE TAGGART Flatwoods 
CONNIE JEAN TAMME Lebanon Junction 
DAVID JEFFREY TAYLOR Augusta 
ELIZABETH ANNE T \V1,0R Letcher 
JOHN H. TAYLOR Montuello 



TERRY ANN TAYLOR Hager HUl 
TONl KAY TAYLOR Fort Thomas 
VIRGINIA CHARLENE TAYLOR Shepherds^ ille 
ELIZABETH ROSE TEKl'LVE Cincinnati. Ohio 
DFBRA ANNE TERRELL Louisville 



JANE EVELYN TERRY Lexmgton 
MARTIN TERSTEGGE Boston 
LENNY C. A. THIO PineviUe 
JAMES ERNEST THOM.\S. JR. Gracey 
DAVID L. THOMPSON Manchester 



MARY BETH THOMPSON Richmond 
SHELIA DARLENE THOMPSON Louisville 
STEPHEN R. THOMPSON Nicholasville 
FLORA RENA THORNTON Louisville 
ANNIS CAYLEN TICHENOR Nu bola.-^viUe 



CONNIE SUE TINCHER Tyner 
ALICE DELBRA TODD Shelbyville 
LAURA SUSAN TODD Fern Creek 
STEPHEN REED TOLLIVER Valley Station 
ANNETTE MARIE TOMAMICHEL .Milford, Ohio 




556 Freshmen/Sul-Tom 



Sunshine ... A Blanket Of Warmth 




PAULA (JAY TRAPl' Butler 
PAl!l.A SUE TRAVIS jpnkins 
MICKI DENISE TREBER Waverly, Ohio 
WANDA LOUISE TRIGG Valley Station 
DOUGLAS A. TRIPLETT Louisville 



CHARLOTTE LEE TRUE Frankfort 
TAMARA LEE TUCKER New Richmond, Ohio 
SHERRYE LYNN TUGGLE LouLsvilIc 
TIMOTHY LEE TUMLINSON Van W.-rt, Ohio 
CYNTHIA LYNN TUPMAN Florence 



BELINDA GAYLETURLEY Hazard 
BILLY RAY TURNER Booneville 
DARRYL GENE TURNER Louisville 
DOTTIE B. TURNER Eraser, Michigan 
MARK ALAN TURNER Hazard 



SUSAN TURNER Louisville 
TOMMY TERRILL TURNER Madisonville 
TERESA DAY TUSSEY Lancaster 
JENNIFER ANNE UTZ Florence 
JENNY LYNN VANHOOK Somerset 



JANE ELLEN VARNEY South Charleston, West Virginia 
DEBRA LA'NAE VENABLE Mcbec 
JONI LEA VINCENT Owingsville 
ELIZABETH ANN VOORHIES Burgin 
SUSAN M. WAHLBRINK Fort Thomas 



BETTY ANN WALKER New Vienna. Ohio 
JOY ANN WALLACE Covington 
JANIS LEE WALTER Cincinnati, Ohio 
JANICE LLOYD WALTERS Pineville 
DEBORAH ELAINE WARD Louisville 



MAUREEN ANN WARD Kendall Park, New Jersey 
DONNA TERESA WARDEN New Richmond, Ohio 
ARCHIE LEWIS WARE LouisviUe 
CAROL DENISE WARREN Louisville 
DEAN ALAN WARREN Middletown 



DONNA MARCIA WARREN Valley Station 
BONNIE ANN WATHEN Louisville 
KAREN ALICIA WATSON Dayton, Ohio 
MARY FRED WATSON Richmond 
ETHEL CHARLENE WATTS Waynesburg 



Freshmen/Tra-Wat 557 



The Semester Ends With Sleep Ever-PrevaiUng 



PATRICIA ANN WATTS NicholasviUe 
BURNETT WEATHERS Lancaster 
STEVEN KEITH WEATHERS Louisville 
DARRYEL ANTHONY WEAVER Richmond 
MALLORY A. WEAVER Blanchester, Ohio 



PAMELA JEAN WEBER Louisville 

RHONDA FAYE WEDDINGTON Grassy Creek 

JOHN W. WEDDLE III Caseyville 

SANDRA RUTH WEGENHART Madeira, Ohio 

STEPHEN EARL WEIKEL Owensboro 



ANTHONY PAUL WEINGARTWER, JR. New Richmond, Ohio 

SUSAN KAYE WELCH Irvme 

LESLEY JEAN WELDON Lexington 

JEFFORY H. WELLS London 

TARYN KAY WELLS Middletown, Ohio 



CINDY LOU WENZEL Cincinnati, Ohio 
ROY JOSEPH WEST Wilmington, Ohio 
JOHN STEPHEN WESTERFIEI.D Owensboro 
DIANA LYNN WESTERMAN Villa Hills 
CHARLES D4VID WESTRICK CarroUton 



WILLIAM IL WHALEY Lexington 
ANN FRANCES WHITE Lexington 
CHERYL SUE WHITE Peoria, Illinois 
GINA GAIL WHITE Louisville 
JAMES RANDALL WHITE Franktort 



JOHN EDWARD WHITE Portsmouth. Ohio 

MARGARET ANN WHITE CuUoden, West Virginia 

MELODIE ANN WHITE Louisville 

MARY M. WHITED Jenkins 

KEVIN WAYNE WHITEMAN Louisville 



RONDA KAYE WILBURN New Carlisle, Ohio 
SUSAN CATHERINE WILDER Corbin 
JACKILYNN LESLIE WILKENSON Del.and, Florida 
GREGG H. WILLIAMS Flemingsburg 
JEFFREY LEE WILLIAMS CampbellsvUle 



SHEILA ANN WILLIAMS Lexington 
SHERRI LYNN WILLIAMS Lancaster 
SYLVIA KAY WILLIAMS Greensburg 
BETTY SUE WILLS Corbin 
DEANNA DENISE WILSON BrookvUle, Ohio 




558 Frcshmen/Wat-Wil 




After a semester of lectures, research papers and exams, 
students are rewarded with innumerable hours of sleep. 



DONNA KAY WILSON CincinnaH, Ohio 
STEVE C. WILSON Williamson, West Virginia 
VALYA LEE WILSON Ashland 
JANE A. WILT Coshocton, Ohio 
TRISHA LOUISE WINDHAM Louisville 



JANE ANN WINGATE Frankfort 

JILL CARl WINKLER Lexington 

TERRY S. WITHERS VersaiUes 

JAMES RUSSELL WITT Miami Springs, Florida 

STEPHEN W. WOLFZORN Fort Thomas 



LINDA SUE WOOD Lexington 
MARY ANN WOOD Carlisle 
REBECCA ELLEN WOOD Frankfort 
STEVE ALVINWOODRING Corbin 
HERBERT JOHN WOODRUFF Louisville 



MELISSA ANN WOODWARD Miamisburg, Ohio 
DEBORAH CARYL WOOLFORK Lexington 
MARY CECILIA WOOLLEY Lexington 
JANET LYNN WORSHAM Monticello 
DANNY CRAIG WRIGHT Dorton 



VICKI DIANNE WRIGHT Stearns 
SCOTT MICHAEL WUNDER Cincinnati, Ohio 
CYNTHIA MAY WYATT Louisville 
LINDA D. WYLIE Springfield. Ohio 
ANDREA BURNETTE YADEN Bardstown 



CAROL FRANCES YATES Louisville 
MICHAEL WAYNE YOUNG Lexington 
ROBIN ADELE YOUNG Cincinnati, Ohio 
SHARON KAY YOUNG Turners Station 
VICKIE LYNN YOUNG Park Hills 



BARBARA ELAINE ZELLNER LouisviUe 
DAVID ALAN ZUERCHER LouisvUle 



Freshmen/WU-Zue 559 



Snowy Weather Greets Eastern's Newcomers 



LAWANA BRIGGS Louisville 
LISA CARTER West Liberty 
CATHERINE CASSADY Morehead 
JOHNNY CHADWELL Middlesboro 
SARAH CLARK Harpster, Ohio 



CARLA CONNORS Dayton, Ohio 
JAMES RONALD CORBETT Bardstown 
CAROL ANN COX Hamilton, Ohio 
MARCIA LYNN CUNNINGHAM Somerset 
KEITH CLAYTON DAVIS Louisville 



WANDA GAIL DAWSON SprinKlield 
DAVID A. DONALDSON Richmond 
PAMELA DOOLEY Booneville 
CHRIS DREES Fort Mitchell 
PAULA DENITADUNSON Berea 



DIANE MARY ENDRES Independence 
PALL DWIGHT ESTES Charleston. West Virginia 
JOAN GILLEY Pleasant Plain. Ohio 
EDWARD EUGENE GRAVES Louisville 
JAROLD KEITH HALL Winchester 



PATRICIA HALSTEAD Pikcville 
TERESA DENISE HARMON Bedford 
SUSAN ANNE HUDSON Georgetown 
DONNA J. JOHNSON Fort Knox 
SUE M.JOHNSON Aurora, Illinois 



KIRUBEL KEBEDE Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

KEN E. KIRK Lexington 

ALBERT KOHEN Gaziantcp. Turkey 

BRENDA K. KROHN Kettering, Ohio 

MARY ELIZABETH LOVEDAY Daytona Beach, Florida 



SONJA L. MAGGARD Lexington 

RAY CAROLYN MARSHALL Paducah 

KATHY MAYER Alexandria 

EUGENIA MARIE McCOY Leesville. Louisiana 

JOYCE ANN McKEE Lawerenceburg 



LOWRY LEE McKEE Lawerenceburg 
PANTA NIMSIRI Richmond 
JULIA BENSON OWENS Lexmgton 
SOMTHIDA PIYAPANA Samutprakarn, Thailand 
KATHRICIA ANN POSEY Owensboro 




560 Underclasses/Second Semester Students 




Much to llu- students' distress, they find themselves trudg- 
ing to classes on blustery winter mornings. 




MARI ROSE RECTOR Bowling Creen 

JAMES RANDALL RHEA Kwajalein, Marshall Islands 

HELEN MARIE RICE Louisville 

JAMES ERIC RILEY Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania 

ELICE JOY ROSENSTROM Bayport, New York 



DEBRA JEAN SCOTT Pikeville 

CHRIS BRENT SEAMAN Springfield 

PEtJGY ANN SHEARIN Bradfordsville 

CATHARINE SUE ANN SICKLES Pine Grove, Pennsylvania 

PAISAL SRISARAKAM Bangkok, Thailand 



BARBRA LYNN SWAIN Danville 
DEMEKESH TESFAGHIORGIS Asmara, Ethiopia 
DEBORAH JO THOMAS Shepherdsville 
KAREN YVETTE WHEELER LouisvUle 
WILLIAM WHEELER Berea 



JANETTA KAREN WILLIAMS Corbin 
JAMES SAMUEL YORK Stinking Creek 
NOBLE D. YORK Middlesboro 
FLOYD SCOTT YOUNG DanvUIe 



Underclasses/Second Semester Students 561 



EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 

INDEX and 
DIRECTORY 



CENTURY II 



^m- 



*^ 







Senior Credits 



ABBOTT, JILL M: Cincinnati, Ohio, 

SNEA-president, CIKUNA, Educational 

Foundations Curriculum (!ommitloc, p. 

393. 
ABNEY, GEORGE KENNETH; Richmond, 

p. 393. 
ABNEY, JOSEPH T.: Iniue, Baseball mana- 
ger, p. 393. 
ADAMS, CAROLYN CHANDLER; Dayton, 

Ohio, Phi Mu, TEKE Little Sis, Food and 

Nutrition Club, p. 393. 
.\DA.MS, RICHARD HAROLD; Louisville, 

p. 393. 
ADAMS, RUTH CALICO; Dayton, Ohio, 

ACE, Right to Read, p. 393. 
.\DAMS, STEPHEN MARTIN; Louisville, p. 

393. 
AGE, STEVEN MICHAEL; Louisville, p. 

393. 
.4IKEN, DAVID SUTHERLAND; Sanford, 

Florida, p. 393. 
AKERS, JEFFERY LYNN; Gratis, Ohio, p. 

393. 
AKERS, RANDALL; Elkiiorn, Beta Theta 

Pi, p. 393. 
ALCORN, ROGER W ILLIAM: W hitley Citv , 

p. 393. 
ALEXANDER, JUDY JEAN; Danville, p. 

393. 
ALE.XANDER, KEITH STUART; Louisville, 

Black Student Union, EKU Ensemble, p. 

393. 



ALLEN, KAREN; Lawerenceburg, CWENS, 

SNEA, Catalina Club— Secretary, Pi Kap- 
pa Pi, p. 393. 
ALLEN, PAMELA LEE; Wilmington, Ohio, 

Kappa L)elta Pi, Flag girl, p. 393. 
ALLEN, PAUL HOWARD; Richmond, p. 

393. 
ALLEY. REBECCA SNOWDEN; Winches- 
ter, p. 393. 
ANDERSON, GEORGE A.; Dayton, Ohio, 

Vetrans Club, Finance Club, p. 393. 
ANELLO, CECILIA; Springboro, Ohio, .VI- 

pha Delta Gamma, p. 393. 
ANGELL, PATRICIA J.; Hornell, New 

York, p. .393. 
ARFLACK, NORMAN E.; Henderson, p. 

393. 
ARNOLD, EARLENE W.; London, Delta 

Omicron, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 393. 
ARNSPARGER, NANCY J.; Pleasureville, 

Kappa Delta, Little Sigma, Sweetheart 

EX, p. 393. 
ASBURY, FAWN; Louisville. Delta Omi- 

corn— Vice President, p. 393. 
ATWOOD, EBBA LOUISE; Delta Psi Kappa, 

SNEA, PEMM Club, p. 393. 
AVERILL, LAURA JANE; Lancaster, Ohio, 

SNEA, CWENS, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 

393. 
AYETTE, ANTHONY ALAN; Greenville. 

Ohio, p. 393. 
B.ACON, ANNE SHANNON; Danville, p. 

394. 




Family and friends offer congratulations to graduates at post eomnienoenient ceremonies. 



BADISHIAN, DEBORAH ANN; Hasbrouck 
Heights, New Jersey, p. 394. 

BAKER, CATHERINE JOYCE; Mount 
\ ernon. Inter Varsity Christian Fellow- 
ship, p. .394. 

BAKER, DENISE ELAINE; Laura, Ohio, p. 
394. 

BAKER, DORA NELLEEN; Hillsboro, 
Ohio, Drama (Tub, Education Club, 
Foreign Language Club, p. 394. 

BAKER, KATHLEEN; Eminence, Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 394. 

BAKER, LINDA KATHERINE; Covington, 
Inter-Varsity, Sigma Alpha Eta, Crisis, p. 
394. 

BALDWIN. EDWINNA R.; Paintsvillc, p. 
394. 

BALDWIN, ROBERT MICHAEL; Paints- 
ville, p. 394. 

BALLOU, .MARTHA DICK; Pueblo, Baptist 
Student L'uion, Home Economics Club, 
p. 394. 

BARKER, BARBARA G.; Forest Hills, 
Home Economics Club, p. 394. 

BARLOW, JAMES LANCASTER JR.; Lex- 
ington, Wesley Foundation— \ ice-Presi- 
dent, p. 394. 

BARNARD, JEANNA LORENE; Pikeville, 
K.M.E.-Vice-President, p. 394. 

BARNES, PATSY C; Irvine, p. 394. 

BARNETT, JEFFERY LEE; Galianna, Ohio, 
Theta Chi, p. 394. 

BARNETT, LINDA CAROL; Loui-sville, 
Collegiate pennacle, p. 394. 

BARONDICK, MICHELLE MARIE; Pen- 
nsylvania, Catalina, p. 394. 

BATES, GEORGE ONEILUS; Richmond, PI 
TAU CHI, p. 394. 

BATTE, MARVIN THOMAS; Cynthiana, 
Kappa Iota Epsilon, Agriculture Club— 
\ ice-President, p. 394. 

BAYES, VICKI LYNN; Louisville, L.A.E., p. 
394. 

BEBAN, STEPHEN LEE; Mount Clemens, 
Michigan, p. 394. 

BEEBE, LESLIE A.; Syracase, New York, 
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Centerboard, p. 
394. 

BEGLEY, JOHN ANDREW; Springfield, p. 
394. 

BELLAMY, DEBORAH JUHL; Circleville, 
Ohio, Inter-Varsity, Kappa Delta Pi, 
SNEA, Growth, p. 394. 

BENDER, KENNETH CHARLES; Neptune, 
New Jersey, Rifle Team, p. 394. 

BENDER, MONA REICHENB.4CH; Stan- 
ford, Home Economic Club, p. 394. 



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BENNETT, LINDA SUE; Harhourville, 
Kappa Delta Tail, p. 394. 

BERNEK, JOSEPH I'.; Dayloii, Ohio, p. 
394. 

BERNER, SUSAN L.; Dayton, Ohio, p. 395. 

BERRIER, PAUL LEWIS JR.; Louisville, 
Lanihda Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Del- 
ta, p. 395. 

BERTRAND, ANITA LOUISE; Mouth Card, 
Phi Beta Lambda-Secretary, SNEA, Col- 
lege Republicans, p. 395. 

BERTRAND, ROBERT JOSEPH JR.; 
Mount Holly, New Jersey, Scabbard and 
Blade— Commander, p. 395. 

BILGER, MARSHA ANNE; Bellevue, Kappa 
Delta, p. 395. 

BINGGELI, SANDRA SMITH; Erie Pennsyl- 
vania, p. 395. 

BIRD, NANCY ELIZABETH; Eorl Wayne, 
Indiana, p. 395. 

BISHOP, CLAY MASSEY; Manchester, 
Sigma Chi— Magister, p. 395. 

BIVENS, LORETTA WELLS; Taylorsville, 

P. 395. 
BLACK, DOUGLAS KEVIN; Louisville, 

AUSA— Commanding Officer, Scabbard 

and Blade— Executive Officer, p. 395. 
BLACKBURN, GEORGE CAREY; Belfn', 

MP-Operations Officer, p. 395. 
BLAIR, JAMES FREDERICH; Bardstown, 

p. 395. 
BLANC, LINDA CAROL; Brandenburg, p. 

396. 

BLAND, BECKY ATKINSON; Lexington, 
G.R.O.W.T.H., CWENS, S.N.E.A., Circle 
K, A.C.E., Kappa Delta Pi— Treasurer, 
Collegiate Pentacle— Treasurer, p. 396. 

BLANK, MARY PATRICIA; Covington, Sig- 
ma Alpha Eta, Student Council for Ex- 
ceptional t^hildren, Phi Mu Sorority- 
President, p. 396. 

BLANKENSHIP, BARBARA JEAN; Nich- 
olasville, p. 396. 

BLEVINS, RALPH G.; Whitley City, p. 396. 

BOGGS, NANCY ELLEN; Russell, Phi Mu 
Sorority, Interior Design Club, NSID- 
AID, p. 396. 

BOGGS, THOMAS D.; Batesville, Indiana, 
Rifle Team— Team Captain, p. 396. 

BONNER, JOHN F.; Richmond, p. 396. 

BOOTH, CHARLIE J.; Ashland, p. 396. 

BORDERS, JANE ANN; Paintsville, p. 396. 

BORST, SHARALEE; Ashland, p. 396. 

BOTTORFF, CHARLES TIMOTHY; Louis- 
ville, Baptist Student Union, p. 396. 

BOWERS, PATRICIA A.; .Elizabeth, Penn- 
sylvania, Rookies, p. 397. 

BOWLIN, KATHERINE SHARON; Rich- 
mond, p. 397. 

BOWLING, DON WALTER; Fairfield, Ohio, 
p. 397. 



BOWMAN, NANCY ANN; Berea, Combs 
Hall-President, p. 397. 

BRACKETT, CHARLES THOMAS; Pine- 
ville, V.A. Club, Karate Club, p. 397. 

BRANHAM, JUDITH ANN; Pikeville, p. 
397. 

BRAUN, NANCY DIANE; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
AGO, p. 397. 

BRENT, SANDRA LEE; Carrollton, Inter- 
Varsity Christian fellowship, p. 397. 

BRENTZEL, STEWART EDWARD; Louis- 
ville, p. 397. 

BREWER, NANCY HELEN; Beattyville, 
Gamma of Kentucky— President, p. 397. 

BRIGHT, CHARLES RAYMOND; Reading, 
Ohio, p. 397. 

BROSS, DEBBE ANN; Cincinnati, Ohio, p. 
397. 

BROWN, BARBARA JEAN; Springfield, 
PBL, Marketing Club, Finance Club, p. 
397. 

BKOWN, CONSTANCE JENNINGS; Paint 
Lick, p. .397. 

BROWN, CONSTANCE L.; Springfield, p. 
397. 

BROWN, DANES GLENN; Jenkins, Society 
of Vlanufacturing Engineers, p. 397. 

BROWN, JUDITH CAROL; Albany, p. 397. 

BROWN, LORETTA JEAN; Liberty, p. 397. 

BROWN, SHARON LYNN; Fort Thomas, 
Baptist Student Union, Women's Volley- 
ball Team, p. 397. 

BROWNING, CATHERINE ANN; Lebanon, 
Interior Design Club— President, A.I.D., 
N.S.I.D., p. 397. 

BUCHANAN, GARY NEIL; Lexington, 
KIE, Sigma Delta Pi, p. 397. 

BUCHANON, VICKl MICHELLE; Louis- 
ville, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Minority Af- 
fairs, p. 397. 

BUCKHOLZ, MARY ALICE; Frankfort, p. 
397. 

BUEHNER, JAMES KEITH: Farmersville, 
Ohio, Tan Kappa Epsilon, EKU Athletic 
Committee, Milestone Staff, p. 397. 

BUNDY, STEVE F.; Raceland, Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers, p. 397. 

BURCHELL, PATTI JO; Manchester, p. 
397. 

BURDETTE, JANE TOLBERT; Lebanon, p. 
397. 

BURDETTE, MARY SLADE; Lebanon, 
Caduceus Club, p. 397. 

BURKS, JANIS DAVIS; Glasgow, p. 398. 

BURLAGE, MARY JO; Fort Thomas, In- 
terior Design Club, p. 398. 

BURNS, JAMES FRANKLIN; Manchester, 
p. 398. 

BURRIS, CARLA JEAN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 



Kup|)a Delta Pi, Ace, p. .398. 

BURRIS, PETER W.; Fort Mitchell. Phi 
Delta Theta, p. 398. 

BYRD, JOSEPHUS; Bowling Green, p. 398. 

BYRD, MARILYN LOMAX; Louisville, Del- 
ta Sigma Theta S(jrority— Treasurer, p. 
398. 

CALDWELL, GLORIA ANN; Bethel, Ohio, 
p. 398. 

CAMEIiON, JAMES ELLIS; llagerstown, 
Maryland, Lambda Alpha Epsilon— Presi- 
dent, p. 398. 

CAMP, WVNELLA YOLANDA; Louisville, 
Delta Sigma Theta, University Ensemble, 
p. 398. 

CAMPBELL, FRANCES MARIE; Louisville, 
Sigma Tau Delta— Treasurer, p. 398. 

CAMPBELL, ROCKY LEE; Corbin, p. 398. 

CANCE, PERRY C; Battle Creek, Michigan, 
Association of Law I'^nforcement, p. 398. 

CANTRALL, ROY SCOTT; Valley Station, 
p. 398. 

CAREY, JIMMY LEE; Springfield, p. .398. 

CARMAN, CATHRYN ANN; Russell, Kappa 
Alpha Theta Sorority— House manager. 
Milestone— section editor of Seniors, As- 
sociates, and Graduates, Sports editor. In- 
terior Design Club— Treasurer, NSID- 
AID— Treasurer, Collegiate Pentacle, Al- 
pha Phi Gamma, House Council Floor 
Representative, and Kappa Alpha Theta— 
assistant corresponding secretary , p. 398. 

CARNEY, CHRIS WILLIAM; Sharpsville, 
Pennsylvania, p. 398. 

CARSON, KELLY RAY; Somerset, Sigma 
Tau Pi, p. 398. 

CARTER, CHARLES MELVIN; Versailles, 
p. 398. 

CARTER, KAREN LEE; Lexington, En- 
semble, p. 398. 

CARTER, STEPHEN EARL; Ashland, Per- 
shing Rifles, AUSA, Association of Law 
Enforcement, Fraternity of Law Enforce- 
ment, p. 398. 

CASE, KATHLEEN S.; Ashland, Chi-Omega 
Sorority— W.D.S., Dance Theater, Gym- 
nastics Team, p. 398. 

CASTLE, JAMES LANGLE\ ; Winchester, 
p. 398. 

CAUSEY, DONALD WAYNE; Paint Lick, p. 
398. 

CECIL, DAVID J.; Louisville, Student 
Court, Homecoming Committee— chair- 
man, p. 398. 

CENTERS, LINDA LOUISE; Williamsburg, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Tau, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Upsilon Omicron, p. 
398. 

CHANEY, DENNIS WAYNE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, p. 398. 



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CHEATHAM, PAMELA WH.SUN; Danville, 
p. 398. 

CHL^RAVANOND, PHATANEE; Bangkok, 
Thailand, International Students Asso- 
ciation— \ ice-President, p. 400. 

CLARK, LARRY T.; Lancaster, Accounting 
Club— President, Kappa Iota Epsilon, p. 
400. 

CLARK. RLSSE14. WALLIS; Chagrin Falls, 
Ohio, Alpha Phi Sigma, p. 400. 

CLEAVER, CHERI L.; Lexington, Phi Mu, 
p. 400. 

CLEAVER, JAMES THOMPSON; Paris, p. 
400. 

CLEMENTS, STEPHEN FORREST; Louis- 
ville, p. 400. 

CLIFFORD, JAMES T.; Covington. MP 
Company, AUSA, Scabbard and Blade, p. 
400. 

(.LIFFORD, PAMELA JEAN; Shelbyville, 
Kappa Delta, p. 400. 



CLIFTON, SHEILA KAY; Owenton, p. 400. 

CLOYD, PAMELA KAE; Lebanon, Kappa 
Delta Pi, p. 400. 

COAPLEN, SALLY L.; Louisville, Kappa 
Alpha Theta Sorority, Recreation Club, 
Intramurals, p. 400. 

COATNEY, RONALD KEITH; Harrodsburg, 
Phi Delta Theta, p. 400. 

COCANOUGHER, PALL DEWITT; Lan- 
caster, Sigma Chi Fraternity, p. 400. 

COFFEY, TOMMY RYAN; Mount Vernon, 
p. 400. 

COHEN, MARILYN FAE; Louisville, SNEA, 
Hillel, J.S.A., Campus Gold, p. 400. 

COLAO, ANN WAKEFIELD; Ossining. New 
York, Student Senate, Spanish Club, 
Milestone Staff, Counseling Center, p. 
400. 

COLE, CAROL R.; Lexington, Chi Omega, 
.'\lpha Psi Omega— Secretary, collegiate 
Penacle, University Players, p. 400. 



COLE, DOUGLAS KEITH; McKee, p. 400. 

COLEY, PHIL L.; Columbia Station, Ohio, 
Pi (_)mega Pi— Treasurer, Phi Beta Lamb- 
da-Treasurer, p. 400. 

COLLINS, JOHNY M.; Richmond, p. 400. 

COMBS, DAVID' W.; Dry Ridge, Student 
Senate, Men's Interdorm- Secretary and 
^ ice-President. Biologv' (Tub— Treasurer, 
p. 400. 

COMBS, STEPHEN; Tyner, Eta Sigma (iam- 
ma— Vice-President, p. 400. 

CONLEY, VIRGINIA GAIL; Tampa, Flori- 
da. ,'\lpha Phi Sigma, Collegiate Pentacle, 
Kappa Delta Tau, p. 400. 

CONNORS, COLLEEN MARIA; Jefferson- 
town, Kappa Delta Pi, ACE, Project PAL, 
JCEC, p. 400. 

CONWAY, GEORGE MICHAEL; Carrollton, 
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity— President, IFC 
Representative, p. 400. 

COOK, DEBORAH STURGILL; Cumber- 
land, p. 400. 

COOKSIE, LNA ARLEE; Columbia, p. 400. 

COOMES, THOMAS RAY; Bardstown, Ac- 
counting Club, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 400. 

COOPER, DIANA DOWNS; Stanford, p. 
401. 

COOPER, JOHN H.; Georgetown, p. 40L 

COOPER, LINDA DAWN; Chardon, Ohio, 
Kappa Alpha Theta— President, Collegiate 
Pentacle— Chaplain, Student Court, Ju- 
diciary Board, House Councils, Faculty 
Development and Growth Committee, 
Women's Interdorm, Psi Chi Honorary, p. 
401. 

COPPOCK, SHARON LYNN; Vandalia, 
Ohio, Woniens' Baskerball. Kappa Delta 
Tau, p. 401. 

CORNETT. DIXIE DAVIS; Stanton, p. 401. 

COX. JANET ELAINE; Nicholasville, Sigma 
Tau Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, p. 401. 

(:(_)\, PATSY ADELE; Berea, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 401. 

COX, STEVE E.; Georgetown, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, p. 401. 

CRABTREE, LARRY RAY; Richmond, 
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, p. 
401. 

CRAFT, JR., WALTER M.; Manchester, 
AUSA, Scabbard and Blade, Mens' Inter- 
dorm— Vice-President, Keene Hall House 
Council, p. 401. 

GRAFTON, JA.MES W.; Bedford, Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers, p. 401. 

CRAIG, BRENDA SUSAN; Frankfort, Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, CWENS, SNEA, p. 401. 

CRANE, MARY CATHERINE; Rushville, 
Indiana, Kappa Delta, Beta Theta Pi Lit- 
tle Sis, Interior Design Club, p. 401. 

CRIGGER, JUDITH ANN; \\ytheville, Vir- 



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ojiiiia, (loiutTt ('lu)ir, A(i< >, \ati()iud Soci- 
ological Honor Society, p. 401. 

CHOI T, MARCIA LEFA; Germanlown, 
< lliio, Library Science Club, Tan Kappa 
KpsilonLittieSis, p. 401. 

CILBERTSON, FHKI) CI.MIK; Paris. Beta 
Tlietal'i, p. 401. 

CULTON, WILLIAM SCOTT: Fort Monroe, 
Virginia, German Club, p. 402. 

CUMMLNCS, DAVH) L.; Irvine, p. 402. 

CUNMNCIIAM, VIKENDA JEAN: Louis- 
\ille. Alpha Kappa Alpha— President, 
liiack Student Union, p. 402. 

CIKTIS, CAROLW DIAXE: Corinth, p. 
402. 

CURTIS, TAFFIE J.: Clay City, p. 402. 

DANQUAH, AGYE.M.AN B.; Louisville, Soc- 
cer Team, p. 402. 

DARRELL, DORIS HAVE: Carli.sle. SNEA, 
Kappa Delta Pi, p. 402. 

DWIDSON, SllARt)N KAY: Cincinnati. 
' Ihio. Kappa Delia Tau, Eastern Pro- 
gress—Academics Editor, p. 402. 

DAW, JENNY LOU WILHURN: Rich- 
mond, p. 402. 

DeCANDlA, .ANTHONY W ILEUM; Codi. 
New Jersey, Track Team. p. 1-02. 

DEDMAN, VICKIE CROUCH; Lawerenc- 
eburg, p. 402. 

DeMARCO, DONALD PATS\'; Grove Cit>% 
Pennsylvania, Soccer Club. p. 402. 

DENISON, JR.. ROBERT LEE: Virgie, p. 
403. 

DENNISTON, KAY; Campton. p. 403. 

DETTOR, JOYCE ANN; Covington, Women V 
r)fficiating Service, Delta Psi Kappa, 
Pemm Club, p. 403. 

DEVINE, VICKY CELESTE; Harrodsburg, 
p. 403. 

DEWITT, JOSEPH R.; Hackettstown. New 
Jersey, Delta Upsilon— Secretary, Vet- 
erans' Club, p. 403. 

DIERSING, CAROLINE M.; Louisville, Col- 
lege Republicans, Marketing Club, p. 403. 

DIMAS, PETER LOUIS: Jamestown. New 
York, Baseball Team, Phi Delta Theta, p. 
403. 

DONOHOE, ROBIN BRUCE: Washington 
Courthouse, ( )hio, p. 403. 

DORSEL, DEBORAH ANNE: Fort Mitchell, 
p. 403. 

DOSS, JANICE M.: Wapakoneta, ( )hio. Kap- 
pa Delta, p. 403. 

DOWELL, B. BRYAN: Richmond, p. 403. 

DOWNEY, JEAN ANN; Lexington, W.O.S., 
Pemm, Bowling Club, Combs' Resident 
Assistant, p. 403. 

DOWNING, ALLEN WINDELL; Richmond, 
p. 403. 

DREISBACH, MARY ROBIN; Louisville, 



Spanish Club, Sigma Di'lta I'i, p. 403. 

DUGGER, LINDA KAY; London, p. 403. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT E.; Jeffersontown, p. 
403. 

DUNKMAN, JUNE M.; Cincinnati. Ohio. 
American Marketing Club, Band. House 
Council, Home Economics Club, p. 403. 

DUNLAP, DIANNE J.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, Delta 
Psi Kappa— Treasurer, Penini Club, W.O.S. 
—Secretary, p. 403. 

DUNN, CHRISTOPHER, MICHAEL; Louis- 
ville, p. 403. 

DUNN, JACKIE K.; Williamslown. Landjda 
Sigma (_)micron. p. 403. 

DUNN, JR., JAMES F.; Richmond, Phi Epsi- 
lon Kappa, AUSA, Scabbard and Blade, 
ROTC, p. 403. 

DUNN, SYLVESTER: Richmond, p. 403. 

DUNSTALL, ED; Miami, Florida, p. 403. 

DURKIN, TERRI MORAN; Fort Mitchell, 
Sigma Alpha Eta— Secretary-Treasurer, 
Phi Mu— -Membership Director, p. 403. 

DYER, JR., RICHARD NUMAN; Fairfield, 
Ohio, p. 403. 

DYKES, JAMES E.: Stanton, SNEA, p. 403. 

DYKES, LINDA NOLAN; Manchester, 
KME, SNEA. Kappa Delta Pi, CWENS. p. 
403. 

EANES, PATRICIA LYNN: Williamson, 
West Virginia, p. 403. 

FARLEY, MICHAEL LYNN; Wilmington, 
Ohio, Alpha Beta Tau Fraternity, Agri- 
culture Club, p. 404. 

EARLYWINE, LINDA LOU; Cariisle, Sigma 
Tau Delta, p. 404. 

EASTERDAY, SHEILA ELIZABETH; Sey- 
mour, Indiana, Chi Omega, SNEA, SCEC, 
Theta Chi Sweetheart, p. 404. 

EAVES, MICHAEL RAY; Vereailles, Sigma 
Chi FYaternity, p. 404. 

EBY, MARILYN S.; Kettering, Ohio, Chi 
Omega, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta 
Pi, S.N.E.A., S.C.E.C, p. 404. 

ECKERT, PATRICIA SUE; New Athens, Il- 
linois, Kappa Delta Pi, Eta Sigma Gamma, 
Phi Theta Kappa, p. 404. 

ECTON, DORIS ROACH: Carlisle, p. 404. 

EDWARDS, JAMES GLENDON: Irvine. 
AUSA, Scabbard and Blade, p. 404. 

EICHER, KATHY LYNN; Fort Thomas, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Tennis Team, Delta 
Psi Kappa— President, Collegiate Pentacle, 
p. 404. 

EISENMENGER, BARBARA ANN; Louis- 
ville, Circle K— Recording Secretary, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, CW ENS, p. 404. 

ELLINGER, ROBERT HOWARD; Center- 
ville, Ohio, Sigma Alpha Epsilon— Vice- 
President, Finance Club, IFC Represen- 



tative, Sigma 'lau Pi Business Fraternilv, 
p. 404. 

ELLINGSWORTH, THOMAS HAROLD; 
Jeffersonville, Indiana, ABT, Agriculture 
Club, p. 404. 

ELLIOT, LESLIE DIANE; Springfield, 
Ohio, Delta Omicron, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 
404. 

ELLIS, DANNY RAY; Evaris. p. 404. 

ELLIS, MARILYN JEAN: llustonville, p. 
404. 

ELY, ROBERT MICHAEL; Manchoter. p. 
404. 

ESTILL, DEBORAH KATHRVN: Mays 
Lick, p. 40.'5. 

ESTRI[)GE, KAREN SUZANNE; Lynch, 
Alpha tiamma Delta, ('ollegiate Pentacle, 
People Who Care, p. 40.5. 

ETHCREDGE, DAVID A.; Bardstoun. Kap- 
pa Alpha, p. 40.'3. 

EVANS, WILLIAM 11.: Frankfort, p. 40.5. 

EVERSOLE, DWIGHT; Hazard, p. 40.5. 

EVERSOLE, JOHN E.; Booneville. p. 405. 

FARMER, DELENNA R.; Lebanon, p. 405. 

FARMER, LARRY DALE; Wilmore, p. 405. 

FARRIS, HOSEA: Richmond, p. 405. 

FARRIS, LARRY SCOTT: Frankfort, p. 
405. 

FAULKNER, KATHA Sl'E: Williamsburg, 
p. 405. 

FAUSCH, KAREN ANN: Richmuml. Inter- 
Varsity Christian Fellow.ship, p. 405. 

FAWLEY, MARIANNE; West Alexandria, 
Ohio, p. 405. 

FINCEL, DEBORAH RAF: Dayton, Ohio, 
Chi Omega, Intramurals, Student Senate, 
Collegiate Republicans, p. 405. 

FINCH, CAROLYN L.; Lexington, Baptist 
Student Union— CommuTiicalion (Tiair- 
man, p. 405. 

FISCHER, LYNDA K.: Cincinnati. Ohio, p. 
405. 

FLAIRTY, STEVE; Alexandria, p. 406. 

FLYNN, KATHI ANN: Lexington. Debate 
Team, SIMS, p. 406. 

FOFF, JAMES C: Huntingdon \ alley. 
Pennsylvania, Swim Team, Phi Delta 
Theta, p. 406. 

FOLEY, JUDY ANN: Richmond, p. 406. 

FOLE^ , .STEVE ALLEN: Russell Springs, p. 
406. 

FORD, SHEILA ANN: London, p. 406. 

FOREM/VN, GAYNELL; Louisville, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha— Treasurer, p. 406. 

FORSYTHE, JAMES LEIGH; Downing- 
town, Pennsylvania, Pi Kappa .'Mpha, p. 
406. 

FOX, JO ANN; Farmersville, Ohio, Colle- 
giate Pentacle— President, Sigma Tau Del- 
ta—President, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Al- 



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pha Tlieta, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweet- 
heart, Tau Kappa Kpsilon Little Sis, p. 
406. 

FRALEY, DENMS; Jackson, p. 406. 

FRANCIS, DELMA JANICE; Lancaster, 
Eastern Progress— Editor, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, p. 406. 

FR.A.NCIS, THERESA C: Hindman, p. 406. 

FREY, JILL DARLENE; Fort Mitchell, 
Kappa Delta— President, p. 407. 

FRICKE, WILLIAM CARL; Columbia Sta- 
tion, Ohio, Pi Omega Pi— Secretary', p. 
407. 

FRIEDLY, HAROLD H.; Loukville, Ameri- 
can .Marketing .Association, Phi Delta The- 
ta, p. 407. 

FRITZ, VICKIE DIANE: Richmond, Kappa 
Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 407. 

FROST, P.ATTI JO: Carrollton. p. 407. 

FRYMAN 11. RICHARD E.; Englewood. p. 
407. 

FLCHS, KAREN DENISE; Fort .Mitchell, Pi 
Tau Chi, C\\ ENS, Ciruna— Secretan.", Ora- 
torio Chorus, Lutheran Student Fellow- 
ship— Secretar)', President, p. 407. 

FUG ATE, BOBBY JA.MES: Jackson, p. 407. 

FUG ATE, BRENDA SUE; Jackson, p. 407. 

FUGATE, DAVID L.: Campton, Kappa .Al- 
pha, p. 407. 

G.ABBARD, SHARON: Frankfort, p. 407. 

GAFFNEY, .MARY L.: Lancaster, p. 407. 

GALLENBECK, STE\ EN CARL: Flint, 
Michigan. M.E.N.C, p. 407. 

GARTIN, DIANA G.; Dayton, Ohio, p. 407. 

GASH, DANIEL LEE; South Portsmouth, 
Kappa Iota Epsilon, p. 407. 

GATTON, VICKI LEE; Louisville, Kappa 
.Mpha Theta— Rush Chairman, .Alumni 
Secretary. Miss Eastern Planning Com- 
mittee, p. 407. 

GAYLE. VERONICA: Sparta. Delta Sigma 
Theta— President, Sigma Alpha Eta— Vice- 
President, I'niversity Ensemble, p. 407. 

GETMAN, BARBAR.A R.: Lancaster, Phi 
Kappa Phi. Sigma Tau Delta. Kappa Delta 
Pi, Lambda Sigma Omicron, p. 407. 

GIBBS, GREGORY A.: South Shore, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, p. 407. 

GIBBS, JAMES ROCKFORD; .Ashland, 
Sigma Chi, p. 407. 

GIBSON, CLARA: Nallie, p. 407. 

GIBSON, DAVID R.: Louisville, Student 
Senate, Board of Regents-Student .Mem- 
ber. Alpha Phi Ganima-Preisdent. p. 407. 

GIBSON, JOSEPH BROOK: Monticello. p. 
407. 

GLAZE, GARY WAYNE: Pineville, lED Club, 
p. 407. 

GLENN, BONNIE FRANCES: Cvnthiana, p. 
407. 



GLENN, MARY ELLEN: Tallahassee, Flori- 
da, Lambda .Alpha Epsilon— Secretary , p. 
407. 

GOATLEY, JOHN EDWARD: Springfield, 
Industrial Education Club, p. 407. 

GODSEY, DALE ARNOLD; Lancaster, Bi- 
olog\- Club, p. 407. 

GO.M.A.NN, VIRGINIA MARY; Louis\ille, 
Field Hockey Team, Women's Officiating 
Service— Secretarv', Delta Psi Kappa- 
Chaplain, p. 408. 

GOLYER, PEGGY ELIZABETH: Woodbine, 
p. 408. 

GOODING, PATRITRICK T.: Port-of-Spain, 
Trinidad, p. 408. 

GORLEY, KELMN DOYLE: Danville, Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon. p. 408. 

GN.ADINGER, CR.AIG THO.MAS; Rich- 
mond, p. 408. 

GOSSER, JOY LOU: Russell Springs, p. 408. 

GRAY, GARY EDWARD; Royal Oak. Mich- 
igan, President of Student .Association, p. 
408. 

GREAR, GLENDA KAY: Berr>-, p. 408. 

GREEN, CLIFTON EUGENE; Covington, p. 
408. 

GREEN, SUSAN .MARIE, Saint Clairsville, 
Ohio. p. 408. 

GREGORY. EARL JR.: Corbin. p. 408. 

GREGORY, GAIL E.MILY: Covington, Phi 
-Mu, Student Council for Exceptional 
Children, p. 408. 

GREGORY, LARRY JOE: \ ereaille.. p. 
409. 

GREGORY, PHILLIP NOLAN: Lawrence- 
burg, p. 409. 

GRIDER, .MARSHA C; Columbia, p. 409. 

GRIN.AGE III, JOSE HOWELL; Louisville, 
Kappa Alpha Psi-President. Inter-Fra- 
temity Council— Vice-President, Kappa 
Mu Epsilon— Recorder, p. 409. 

GRUBBS, REBECCA LYNN: Hodgenville, 
Eastern Progress— Organizations Editor, p. 
409. 

GULLEY, LYNN RAY: Sharpsburg, Kappa 
Iota Epsilon, Caduceus Club— Treasurer, 
p. 409. 

HACKER, GAIL YVONNE; Wild Cat, p. 
409. 

HACKER, WILLIA.M D.: Manchester, p. 
409. 

HACK.MAN. FR.AN; Fort .Mitchell. Recre- 
ation Club. House Council, p. 409. 

HACKWORTH, DANNY WAYNE: Rich- 
mond, Counter Guerrilla Raider Com- 
pany— E.xecutive Officer, p. 409. 

HADEN, K. ANN; Irvine, p. 409. 

HALE, DARRELL WILLIAM: Manchester, 
Sigma Chi, p. 409. 

HALFHILL, BARRY WAYNE: Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, p. 410, 



HALL, ROBERT W AYNE: .Mayfield, p. 410. 

HALLERON, BARBARA: Louisville, p. 
410. 

HA.MBLY, CAROL LYNN; RadcHff, Delta 
Upsilon Little Sis, Pep Club— Secretary- 
Treasurer. S.NEA. Foreign Language Club, 
p. 410. 

HAMILTON. DONNA K.; Loretto, p. 410. 

HA.MILTON, JOHN WILSON; Richmond, Pi 
Kappa .Alpha, p. 410. 

HA.MILTON. ROBIN LEAH; Berea. Kappa 
Delta, p. 410. 

HAMILTON. SARAH NELL; Shepherds- 
ville. People Who Care. Civitan Club, 
SCEC, .NEA, p. 410. 

HAMMONS. WILLIA.M MICHAEL: Lexing- 
ton, p. 410. 

HA.MPTON, DAMD EARL; Paris, p. 410. 

HANDLEY, .MICHAEL BROW N; Hamilton. 
Ohio. .Marching Band. p. 410. 

HANNAN. RICHARD RYAN: Berea, Bi- 
ology- Club, ODT, GDI, p. 410. 

HANSFORD. CHARLES VERNON; Shop- 
ville, p. 410. 

HARDIN. SHARON GAIL: Louisville, p, 
410, 

HARDY, JOYCE LYNN: Richmond, p. 410. 

HARNESS, CAROLYN ANN; Louisville, p. 
410. 

HARRIS. DENNIS: Shelbyville. Director of 
EKU Ensemble, Black Student Union, p. 
410. 

HARRISON. BARBARA J.: Lancaster. Del- 
ta Psi Kappa, Pemm C.luh. p. 410. 

HARRISON, HARDING D.: Winchester, p. 
410. 

HART, HOLLIS .M.; Bellevue, Senior Class 
Vice-President. Phi Mu Historian, p. 410. 

HART, PAULA KAY: Richmond. Baptist 
Student Union, p. 410. 

HASH, DEANNA SUE: South W illiamson, p. 
410. 

HASTINGS. NANCY JANE: Lynchburg. 
Ohio, .Alpha Gamma Delta— Correspond- 
ing Secretan,-. Concert Choir. Marching 
Band, .M.E.N.C.p. 410. 

HAWKINS, JR., IR\INE THO.M.AS; Law- 
renceburg, p. 410. 

HAY. DONNA LYNN: Louisville, Oratorio, 
p. 410. 

HAYDEN. DEBORAH ANNETTE; Nich- 

olasville, p. 410. 
HAYES. JEFFREY LAMONT; Louisulle. 

Photographer, p. 410. 
HAYNES, TERESA W.ATHENIA: Pikeville. 

Kappa .Mu Epsilon, p. 410. 
HEDGEBETH, GREG P.: Dayton, Ohio, 

Accounting Club, p. 411. 
HEDGES, CYNTHIA ANNE; Washington 
Court House, Ohio, p, 411. 



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stops by to listen. 



HEUEMANN, DELBERT GENE, JR.; Louis- 
ville, p. 411. 

HEITZMAN, CAROLYN .\LARIA; Coving- 
ton, Kappa Delta Pi— President, SNE.4, 
Intramural \ olleyball. SCEC. p. 411. 

HENDERSON, .MARILYN JO: Campbells- 
ville, SNE.4— President, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle— Historian, College Republicans, Phi 
AlphaTheta, p. 411. 

HENDRICKSON. KAREN ELIZABETH; 
Louisville, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Delta Pi, People Who Care, S.C.E.C, p. 
411. 

HENRICH, JANIS M.: West Chester, Ohio, 
p. 411. 

HENSLEY, HARRY SCOTT; Nicholasville, 
Varsity Rifle Team, p. 41 1. 

HENSLEY, JANICE KAREN; Phelps, Alpha 
Phi Gamma, "The Eastern Progress", p. 
413. 

HENSLEY, PEGGY BURNS; Manchester, p. 
413. 

HENSON, PATRICIA ELLEN; Middlesboro, 
Interior Design Club, Student Affialiate 
Aid, NSID, p. 413. 

HERRON, DALE LEE; Richmond, Physics 
Club, p. 413. 

HEWETSON, JANNIE MAE; Fort Thomas, 
Chi Omega, .\ssociation of Law Enforce- 
ment, Wesley Foundation, p. 413. 

HEY, SHARON MARIE; Dayton, Ohio, Al- 
pha Delta Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 413. 

HIGGINS, LEWIS MANNING; Pineville, p. 
413. 



HILBISH, ALICIA ANN; Columbus. Ohio, 
Catalina Club— Treas., K.M.E., p. 413. 

HILL, BARBARA JEAN; Louisville, Interior 
Design Club, p. 413. 

HILL, CHARLES ALAN; Louisville, p. 413. 

HILL, J-4MES RALPH; .Morganfield, Com- 
manding Officer Counter-Guerrilla Raider 
Company, p. 413. 

HOFFMAN, IR\ IN HENRY; Louisville, p. 
413. 

HOLE, KATHLEEN ALEXIS; Louisville, p. 
413. 

HOLLAND, ROBERT MARTIN; Wooster, 
Ohio, p. 413. 

HOLLERAN, PAULA H.; Georgetown, 
Catalina, p. 413. 

HOLLIDAY, ROBERT CHARLES; Love- 
land, Ohio, Intramural— Vice-President, p. 
413. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, LAURA LEE; Lexing- 
ton, p. 413. 

HOLTEN, SCOTT A.; Richmond, Milestone 
Photographer, p. 413. 

HOLTKA.MP, RON W.; Cleves, Ohio, p. 413. 

HOOPER, JOHNNY P.; Frankfort, p. 413. 

HOPKINS, BONNE JEANNE; Louisville, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, SCEC, p. 413. 

HOPPOUGH, JANE ELIZABETH; New Port 
Richey, Florida, p. 413. 

HORSLEY, BEVERLY JEAN; Louisville, 
CWENS, Pi Omega Pi Honorary, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 413. 

HOSKINS, JAMES ARNOLD; Richmond, p. 
413. 



HOSKINS, PAMELA GAY; Cincinnati, 
( )hio, German Club, Spanish Club, Span- 
ish Honor Society, Kappa Delta, Phi Kap- 
pa Phi Honorary Society, p. 413. 

HOSKINS, WILLIE J.; Danville, p. 413. 

HOWARD, EDDIE MARSHALL; Manches- 
ter, p. 413. 

HUBBARD, BEJAMIN R.; Forest Hills, p. 
413. 

IK CKABV. TIMOTHY PATRICK; Knox- 
\ille, leniiessee. Military Police— Supply 
Officer, p. 414. 

HUDSON, MARK D.; Worlhville, Basketball 
Manager, p. 414. 

Ill ENEFELD, KATHLEE A.; Covington. 
Kappa Delta Pi-Vice President. S.NE.A- 
Treasurer, Collegiate Pentacle, p. 414. 

HUFFMAN, JEAN ANN; Kettering. Ohio, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 414. 

HULS, JUDY ANN; Winchester. Kappa Delta 
Tau— Publicity Chairman, Phi Upsilon 
Omicron, p. 414. 

HU-ME, MARY ELLEN; Jacksonville, Flori- 
da, Rifle Team, Military PoHce, R.O.T.C. 
Sponsor. Alpha Phi Sigma— Treasurer, p. 
414. 

HUNDLEY, NANCY KATHLEEN; Lexing- 
ton, Kappa Alpha Theta, Womens Tennis 
Team, CWENS, p. 414. 

HUNT, JANET LEW; Mount Vernon, 
SNE.A., Inter-Varsity, p. 414. 

HUNT, JUDY CAROL; Pikeville, p. 414. 

HUNTER, MICHELLE ANN; Hamilton, 
Ohio, Drill Team, Little Colonels, p. 414. 

HURAK, THOMAS JOHN; Southbend In- 
diana, p. 414. 

IIUSTED, MARY LOUISE; Springfield, 
( Jhio, p. 414. 

INGRAM, HARRIEH MACGREGOR, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio, p. 414. 

ISON, DEBORAH BEGLEY, Richmond, p. 
414. 

ISON, ROBERT BOYD JR.; Richmond, p. 
414. 

JACKSON, DAVID M.; Louisville, p. 414. 

JACKSON, SHANDRA KAYE; Binningham, 
Alabama, Social W ork Club, Sociology 
Club, Minority Counseling, p. 414. 

JACOB, JOHN QUENTIN; Wellsburg, West 
Virginia, p. 414. 

JACOBS, FRITZ FORREST JR.; Winches- 
ter, Pi Tau Chi, Wesley Foundation, p. 
414. 

JACOBS, SUSAN ELAINE; Chagkin Falls, 
Ohio, p. 414. 

J.AMES, KATHY KAYE; Versailles, Baptist 
Student Union, Recreation Club, p. 414. 

JAMES, LLOYD MICHAEL; Stanford, p. 
414. 

JEFFRIES, JILL M.; Williamsburg, p. 414. 



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JENNINGS, MCKIK FRANCES; Shelby 
ville, Biology Club— Treasurer, p. 414. 

JENSEN, MARTHA SL'K: Wadd> . p. 414. 

JOHNSON. DAVID {',.: Oay.son. Wesley 
Foundation— Presiileiit. p. 114. 

JOHNSON, DONNA MAE; Elizabethtown, 
(jollegiate Pentacle, Cernian Club. Delta 
Upsilon Little Sis. p. 11 1. 

JOHNSON, HELEN; Ijooiieville, Pi Omega 
Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 41 I. 

JOHNSON, ISH; Bowling C.reen, p. 41.'5, 

JOHNSON, JUDY C; Berea. p. 41.S. 

JOHNSON, WORLEY; Columbus, Ohio. p. 
41.5. 

JONES, CATHERINE CLINTON; Tiffin. 
Ohio. Pi Kappa Alpha Dream (iirl. Kappa 
Delta St>rority. p. 41."). 

JONES, DAVID EARL; Lexington. Ac- 
counting Club. p. 41.'). 

JONES, FREEDA GAY; Corbin, p. 41.5. 

JONES, VICKI RAE; Lexington, Kappa Al- 
pha Theta. Tennis Team. p. 415. 

JUNGKURTH. RANDY LYNN: Gahanna. 
Ohio, E. Club. Trark. lnter-\ arsitv. 
S.N.E.A., p. 415. 

KALMEY, JANET FAY; Shelbyville. IIPER. 
PEMM.WRA, p.4I5. 

KALMEY, J0YC:E A.; Shelby\ille. HPER. 
PEMM,WRA, p.4l5. 

KANDLE, KIRK M.; Atlanta, Georgia, Prog- 
ress Staff, p. 415. 

KANE, CONNIE JEAN; Flemingsburg, Chi 
Omega Sorority, Phi Upsilon Omicron, 
Presidential Scholarship, Nutrition Club, 
1973 Homecoming Court. Collegiate 
Pentacle. Delta Upsilon Sweetheart, p. 
415. 

KAPP, JERRY II.; Leatherwood, p. 416. 

KARR, MARY HELEN; Louisville, Kappa 
Delta Tau, Phi Upsilon Omicron— Trea- 
surer, Baptist Student Union, p. 416. 

KAUF-MAN, NANCY CAROL; Louisville, 
Baptist Student Union. Recreation Club. 
Project Pal, p. 416. 

KEAL, RENARD RoY; Louisville, Biolog> 
Club, p. 416. 

KEELING, PAMELA KAYE; Bardstown, 
Student (Council For Exceptional Chil- 
dren, Baptist Student Union, p. 416. 

KEES, DEBRA ANN; Fort Wright, EKU 
Bowling Club— Treasurer, Association of 
Childhood Education— Treasurer, p. 416. 

KEMBLE, KAREN; Louisville, p. 416. 

KEMPER, DEBRA CLARK; Lexington, p. 
416. 

KENNEDY, CHERYL DENISE; Lexington, 
p. 416. 

KENNEDY, FRANCES FOREE; Winches- 
ter, Lambda Sigma Omicron— President, 
SNEA, Progress— A.ssistant Research Edi- 
tor, p. 416. 



KFjNNEDY, GLENDA JEAN; Somerset, p. 
416. 

KK^, CLARENCE .SCOTT; Louisville, p. 
416. 

KIBBEY, LINDA F.; Vanceburg, Kappa Del- 
ta, Theta Chi Little Sis, Campus Republi- 
cans, Sigma .Vlpha Eta, p. 416. 

KIDD, JACKIE LEE; Richmond. Chi Ome- 
ga, Sigma Chi Little Sis, p. 416. 

KIMBERLING, VICKIE C.; Carlisle, Chi 
( )mega, p. 416. 

KING, JAMES COUn ; \hinl..rdville. p. 
416. 

KING. Joseph C.; Mount Sterling, p. 416. 

KI\C. KATHLEEN ELEANOR; Erlanger, 
MENC. p. 416. 

KING, RALPH EDW ARD; Berea. p. 416. 

KING. \ INADA M.; lr\ine. Kappa Mu Ep- 
^il..n, p. 416. 

KINMAN, MRTIAEL L.; Fort Wrighi. Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Student Senator, p. 1 I(j. 

KINNETZ, PEGGY LYNN, Edgewood, Art 
Club— Secretary, Vice President, p. 416. 

KINSER, JAMES S.; Columbus, Ohio. Vet- 
erans Club, p. 416. 

KIRK. JOHN BERTON;Pineville.p.4l6. 

Kl INK. J.VNICE KAY; Fort Mitchell. Crisis 
Volunteer, Ciruna Club, Tiniettes, p. 116. 

KLINE, LUANN; Sharon, Wisconsin. Colli- 
giate Pentacle— Vice President, Kappa 
Delta Pi, VVomens Interdorni, p. 416. 

KNIFLEY. SUSAN HOWARD; Campbells- 
ville, p. 416. 

KMGHT, JOHN WILSON; Lexington. SME, 
p. U(i. 

KMGHl. P.VTRICIA ANN; Richmond, p. 
117. 

KNI EIIL, MARIETTA; Melbourne, p. 417. 

KOKMNGER, DAVID M.; Newport, Ac- 
counting Club— Vice-President, Student 
Senate, p. 417. 

KONKOL, NANCY EILEEN; Denver, Colo- 
rado, SNEA, p. 417. 

KOPP, MARGARET E.; Dayton. Ohio, 
SCEC, p. 417. 

KO.SS, WILLIA.M RICHARD; Nashville, 
Tennessee, Law Enforcement .Associa- 
tion, p. 417. 

KRAUCHICK, STEPHEN FRANCIS; Sum- 
mit Hill, Pennsylvania, Lambda Alpha 
Epsilon, p. 417. 

KRUEGER, DANIEL WILLIAM; Rich- 
mond. Alumni Secretary, Marching Band 
Leader, Phimu .Alpha Sinfonia, p. 417. 

KUPEL, WANDA KAY; Hamilton. Ohio, 
Wesley Foundation, p. 417. 

LAFOLLETTE, RHONDA FAE; Morning 
View, Eta Sigma Gamma, Health ('lub, p. 
417. 

LAMKIN, BETH ANN; Somerset, 



Inler-V arsity ('hristian Fellowship, People 
Who Care, p. 417. 

LANCASTER, DVVIGHT LEE; Keene, Alpha 
Beta Tau— Vice-President, Student Sen- 
ate, Agriculture Club, Interfraternity 
('ouncil. Soil Conservation Club— Treas., 
Agriculture Mechanic Interest Group, p. 
417. 

LANCASTER, TOY ANNE; Nicholasville. 
PhiAlphaTheta, p. 417. 

LANDRUM, RAYMOND K.; Winajiiac. In- 
diana, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Association of the 
United States Army, p. 417. 

LANE, KAREN ANN; Louisville, Student 
Association— Vice-President. Collegiate 
Pentacle, p. 417. 

LANGDON, SYLVIA; .Manchester, p. 417. 

LANGSTAFF, JAMIE LOUISE; Kingsport, 
Tennessee, Head Majorette. Catalina 
Club, Social ChairniiUi of Clay Hall, p. 
418. 

LANHAM, TLMirniY JENSEN; Perrwille, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon FVaternity , p. 41!i. 

L.ANKHEIT, VIVIAN L.; Florence, p. 418. 

LATO, SALLY JOVCE; Middletown. Ohio, 
Sigma .Mpha Eta. Kappa Delta Pi, p. 418. 

LAU, CIIEK HALDW IN; Hong Kong, E.K.U. 
Judo, International Students .Association 
— President, p. 418. 

LAY, LOIS ANN; Walton, p. 418. 

LEyVCH, JOHN SHELDON; Prestonsburg, 
Caduceus Club — Publicist. German Club, 
p. 418. 

LEAKE, BARRY B.; London, p. 418. 

LECOMPTE, JEAN KAYE; Shelbyville, p. 
418. 

LEDFORD, RICIIVKD EUGENE; Rich- 
mond, p. 418. 

LEFEVERS, ARTHUR; Pineville, Student 
Senate, Men's Interdormitorv- Board- 
President, p. 418. 

LEVINE, GEORGE JOSEPH; Monticello, 
New York, Soccer Club, p. 418. 

LEVY, WAYNE TAYLOR; South William- 
son, p. 419. 

LINEBACH, SANDY ELAINE; Loui^ville, 
Intramurals, p. 419. 

LINNENKOIIL, SUSAN C; Dayton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Tau, Home Economics Club 
-Treasurer, Nutrition Club— President 
and Vice-President, Newman Center, 
Milestone Staff, p. 419. 

LIPPS, LEROY; Stanford, EKU Veterans 
Club— Secretary, p. 419. 

LITTREL, MELODY ANN; Henderson, p. 
419. 

LOCK, JOHN WOODROW; Barbourville. p. 
419. 

LORETTE, MICHELLE LYNN; Eminence, 
p. 419. 



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l.OSII, UK(:K\ KAY; MaM)n, Oliio, p. 419 
lOWKIIt, JR. CHARLES OLIVER; Louis- 

villi', I'niversity Ensemble— President, 

lyainlida \l[ilui Epsilon-A ice-President, p. 

4I<J. 
LLTTRELL, JL'LIA LYNN; Hazard, p. 419. 
LUTZ, DORINUA BELLAMY; Circleville, 

Ohio, p. 419. 
LUTZ, ROGER DOYLE; Circleville, Ohio, 

EKU Charter of Marketing Association, p. 

419. 
LYNCH, GEORGIA KAY; RaddilT, W.O.S., 

Delta Psi Kappa— Historian, (^illegiate 

Pentacle, p. 419. 
lANCll, MICHAEL JOSEI'll; i.onisville, 

W EKU-FM, p. 419. 
lAl'LE, LAWRENCE DOUGLA.S; Dover, 

New Hampshire, Alpha Phi Gamma- 

BaililT, p. 419. 
MACIIAL, MELVIN W.; Mount Vernon, p. 

419. 
MACK, KIM ANDREW; Cincinnati. Ohio, 

Phi Delta Theta, p. 419. 
MALEY, LYNN ANN; Springfield, Ohio, 

Student Senator, Committees on (Com- 
mittees— Chairman, p. 419. 
MARCUM, DARYL 1).; Brandenburg. Beta 

Theta Pi, p. 419. 
MARCLM, MARTHA LolS; Paint Lick, p. 

419. 
MARINELLI, ROBYN A.; London, Ohio, 

('hi Omega— Treasurer, p. 419. 
MARTIN, MIRIAM CATHARINE; Fairborn, 

Ohio, Sigma Alpha Eta-President, Stu- 

ilent (Council for Exceptional Children— 



Vice-President, ( iollegiale Pentacle, New- 
niiui Center, (Jollcgiate Civitan, p. 4 19. 

MAR(jlliS, SIlERl BETH; Maitland, Flori- 
da, Cave ('hib, (Crisis, \h)uiitaineering 
Club. (;.S.,p.l|i). 

MARSHALL, (4,AL1)1A _M.; Cariisle, p. 
419. 

MARSHALL, THOMAS KEVIN; Louisville, 
p. 419. 

MAKTFTT,, DAVID R.; Cranston, lihode 
Island, p. 119. 

MARTIN, JOY LYNETTE; Lexington, p. 
419. 

MARTIN, LEE (GORDON; Owensboro, Kap- 
pa Alpha Student Senate, Young Demo- 
crats, p. 419. 

MARTIN, SHERYL SL'ZANNE; Covington, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta, p. 420. 

MARTZ, JEFF 1!.; Lima, Ohio, Theta Chi- 
Treasurer, Vice President, President, p. 
420. 

MASON, GAYLE ELLEN; Louisville, Ac- 
counting Club— Secretary, Student Sena- 
tor, p. 420. 

.MASON, RICHARD L.; Alexandria, p. 120. 

MATLICK, PAMELA S.; Somerset, Delta 
Omicron, p. 420. 

MATTHEWS, CHARLES KILLGORE; Shel- 
byville, Sigma Chi, p. 420. 

MATTINGLY, RITA GAIL; Lebanon Junc- 
tion, Phi Beta Lambda— Vice Presiden'. 

MAURER, LYNN J.; Orlando, Florida, Cata- 
lina Club, SNEA, p. 420. 

MAY, TIM(JTHY D.; Martin, Caduceus 
(!lub. Baptist Student I'nion, p. 420. 




President Robert R. Martin, assisted by I^eonard Taylor, distributes diplomas at summer commencement 
exercises. 



MAYER, BERNADETTF MARIE; Cox's 
(Jreek, p. 420. 

MAYNARD, SHEILA CAIL; RaddilT, Col- 
legiate Pentacle, Psi Chi, Alpha Kappa 
Delta, Baptist Student Union, p. 420. 

MAYS, LYNDA L.; Cornetlsville, Milestone, 

p. 420. 
MCCABE, TIMOTHY L.; Louisville, p. 420. 
MCCANE, NEESIA RENE; Brooksville, p. 

420. 
MC(4{A(:KEN, ALKd-; ANN; Pineville, Agri- 
cultural Club, p. 420. 
M(;(T{(JSKEY, ROBERT ALBERT; Ridi- 

mond, Alpha Phi Sigma, p. 421. 
MCAVITT, ALLEN WALKER; Elizabeth, 

Accounting Club- Treasurer, Senator Stu- 
dent (jovernment, p. 421. 
MCELROY II, WILLIAM D.; Richmond, 

Young Democrats, p. 42 1 . 
MCFARLAND, DAVID L.; Richmond, p. 

421. 
MCFARLAND, VICKIE W.; Frankfort, p. 

421. 
MCGRATH, MARY THEliESE; Louisville, 

p. 421. 
MCKENNEY, NANCY JANE; Richmond, 

M.E.N.C, Phi Kappa Phi, Ddta Omicroni, 

p. 421. 
MCKINLEY, GENIENE EILEEN; Coving- 
ton, Alpha Gamma Delta-Vice President, 

p. 421. 
MCKINNEY, TERESA M.; Louisville, p. 

421. 
MCMILLAN, DEBBIE N.; Ravenna, p. 421. 
MCPEEK, MRTIAEL II. ; RadclifL Phi Epsi- 

lon Kappa, p. 42 1 . 
MCWHORTER, VICKI LEE; Hamilton, 

Ohio, Gymnastic Team, p. 421. 
MCWILLIAMS, ROBERT P.; Lawrenceburg, 

Theta Chi, p. 421. 
MEADE, CHARLES CRAYTON II; Cattlets- 

burg, Sigma Alpha F^psilon, p. 421. 
MEADE, DEBORAH ANN; Louisville, AL 

phaDdtaPi, p. 421. 
MEDLIN, WANDA D.; Corbin, Associated 

Law Enforcement, p. 421. 
MEIER, GREGORY L.; Villa Hills, Military 

Police— Company Commander, Scabbard 

and Blade, p. 422. 
MELLETTE II, RICHARD D.; Summerville, 

South Carolina, Inler-Varsity (Christian 

Fellowship, p. 422. 
MERCER, MARK STEPHAN; Mansfidd, 

Ohio, p. 422. 
MIDDLETON, MELtJDY JANE; Mason, 

Ohio, Pemm Club-Treasurer, Intercolle- 
giate Volleyball, p. 422. 
.MIDDLETON, STEVEN D.; Dayton, Ohio, 

Psi Chi, p. 422. 
MILLER, CAROL J.; Kettering, Ohio, p. 

422. 



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MILLER, CAROLYN Y.; Rerea, p. 422. 

MILLER, DENNIS ALLEN: Middlesboro, p. 
422. 

MILLER, HERSCHEL PORTER; Eairdale, 
Track Team, Pi Kappa Alpha, Campus 
Calendar (Chairman, p. 423. 

MILLER, JACK U.; East Bernstadt, p. 423. 

MILLER, MARCIA D.; Louisville, p. 423. 

MILLER, WANDA JO; London, Inter-Var- 
sity Christian Fellowship, Student Coun- 
cil Exceptional Children, p. 423. 

MILLS, MICHAEL A.; Frankfort, Class Presi- 
dent of 73, Sigma Chi, Young Demo- 
crats—President, p. 423. 

MIRACLE, KAREN KAY; Middlesboro, p. 
423. 

MONAGIIAN, DEBRA P.; Fort Campbell, 
Kappa Delta, Omega Chi-Mate. Drill 
Team, p. 423. 

MONROE, JUDITH A.; Dayton, Ohio, 
Caduceus Club, (Jay Hall House Council 
— President, Women's Interdorni, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, p. 423. 

MONTGOMERY, ELLA JOYCE; Spring- 
field, University Ensemble, p. 423. 

MONTGO.MERY, WANDA SUE; Cumber- 
land, p. 423. 

MOORE, AMY SADLER; Paris, Social Work 
Club, People W ho Care, p. 423. 

MOORE, KATHY GELAIN; Lexington, p. 
423. 

MOORE, LEOMARIE; Louisville, p. 423. 

MOORE, RHONDA FRYMAN; George- 
town, p. 423. 

MOORE, SHERRY CHARLOTTE; Lexing- 
ton, Queen Athena, Pikettes— President, 
Nursing Association, p. 423. 

MOORHEAD. JANET JO; Versailles, A.C.E. 
—Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, p. 
423. 

MORENO, CARLOS ALONSO; Pineville, p. 
423. 

MORGAN, VENITA CAROL; llyden, p. 
423. 

MORRIS, L. DIANE; Richmond, Marching 
Band, p. 423. 

MORRIS, SUZANNE; Ilarrodsburg, p. 423. 

MORRISON, MARK ETHAN; South Web- 
ster, Ohio, p. 423. 

MORRISON, ROBERT FRANK; Shippen.s- 
burg, Pennsylvania, p. 423. 

MOSER, REBECCA S.; Frankfort, HYPKR, 
p. 423. 

MOSS, BRENDA M.; Ilarrodsburg, p. 423. 

MOSS, JR., JAMES P.; Gradyville, p. 423. 

MULLEN, CONSTANCE LEE; Dayton, 
Ohio, p. 423. 

MUNSON, SALLY JEAN; Lakewood, New 
York, Alpha (lamma Delta, CWENS, p. 
423. 




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MURPHY, KASANDRA LYNN; Danville 



Crisis Volunteer, Team Teaching, p. 423. 

MURPHY, MICHAEL DUANE; Richmond, 
Caduceus Club— Secretary, Veteran's 
Club, p. 242. 

MURRAY, DOUGLAS ALAN; Louisville, p. 
242. 

MURRAY, HENRY HALL; Titusville, Flori- 
da, p. 242. 

MURRAY, SUSAN ANN; Louisville, p. 242. 

MUSNUFF, DONALD FRANKLIN; Rich- 
mond, p. 242. 

MYERS, BETTY BURGE; Louisville, Sigma 
Delta Pi-Vice President, Spanish Club- 
President, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi, p. 242. 



MYERS, BRUCE A.; Bellville, Ohio, p. 242. 
MYERS, SC( JTT D.; Pittsburg, Ohio, House 

Council, p. 242. 
MYFORD, LARRY WAYNE; Akron, Ohio; 

Phi Epsilon Kappa. Baseball Team, p. 

242. 
NALBONE, STEVEN JAY; Jamestown, 

New York, Phi Delta Theta, p. 242. 
NEAT, VIRGINIA SHERROD; Lexington, 

Rifle Team, p. 242. 
NEAT, WILLIAM JESSEE; Columbia, Mili- 
tary Police Association, p. 242. 
NELSON, WALTER EDWIN; Bethlehem, 

Agriculture Club, Alpha Beta Tau, p. 425. 
NELSON, JR., WILLIAM KEITH; Marion, 

Indiana, p. 425. 



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NEVA/SOME, REIiECCA SUE; Louisville, P. 
425. 

NICOLET, DAN DOUGLAS; Lima, Ohio, 
Golf Team, Signia Chi, p. 425. 

NOE, PHYLLIS MARIE; Mount Vernon, 
Kappa Delta Tau, p. 425. 

NOLANU, NANCY MARGARET; South 
Inine, j,amhda Sigma Omicron— Secre- 
tary, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 425. 

NORVELL, THOMAS NOLAN; Corbin, Der 
Deutscheverein— Social Chairman, Phi 
Kappa Phi, CKI, Freshniim Debate Team, 
p. 425. 

NUNN, FRANKIE L.; Crab Orchard, p. 425. 

NUTTALL, BRANDON C; Madisonville, 
Geology (^lub- Vice-President. Judo ('lub, 
p. 425. 

O'BRIEN, JOHN W. DAVIS; Charlestown, 
West Virginia, Logos— First Vice Presi- 
dent, Psi Chi, p. 425. 

O'DONNELL, CATHERINE MARY; Cov- 
ington, SNEA, Pemm Club, W.O.S., p. 
425. 

O'LEARY, DAVID EDWARD; Wheeling, 
West Virginia, p. 425. 

OLIVER, JR., JOHN NEWTON; Springfield, 
p. 426. 

O'NAN, MARY FARRAND; Springfield, p. 
426. 

OREM, MICHAEL THOMAS; Shelbyville, p. 
426. 

ORMAN, DONNA ELIZABETH; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Pi, SCEC, Academic Prac- 
tices Committee, p. 426. 

ORMES, KAREN DENISE; Louisville, Kap- 
pa Delta, SCEC-Secretaiy, SNEA, ACE, 
p. 426. 

OSBORNE, LEONARD S.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Photographer, Pershing Piifles, p. 426. 

OSLAND, KIM RENEE; Dayton, Ohio, Chi 
Omega, p. 426. 

OSTWALT, DEBORAH J.; Louisville, Bacus, 
SNEA, p. 426. 

OSTWALT, MELINDA ANN; Louisville, Pi 
Omega Pi-Historian, PBL, p. 426. 

OTT, RICHARD MORRIS; Brigham City, 
Utah, p. 426. 

OTTEN, JANE LEE; Frankfort, Kappa Del- 
ta Pi-Historian, ACE, p. 426. 

OVERMILLER, JAMES MICHEAL; York, 
Pennsylvania, Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 426. 

OVERMILLER, MARY LAUREL; Ashland, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 426. 

OWENS, RONNIE K.; Monticello, Kappa 
Alpha, p. 426. 

OWINGS, WILLIAM RICHARD; Dayton, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Chemistry Club, Caduceus 
Club, p. 426. 

PALEN, KENNETH; Dayton, Ohio, Progress 
Staff, p. 426. 



PALM, JAMES RAY; Alexandria Band, 

MENC, p. 426. 
PALM, JEFFREY; Blanchester, Ohio, Phi 

Delta Theta, p. 426. 
PARKS, CONNIE GENE; Richmond, p. 

426. 
PARKS, TIMOTHY LOUIS; Lexington, p. 

426. 
PARRISH, DALE MARIE; Louisville, 

SNEA, ACE-Vice-President, Walters 

House Council, p. 426. 
PARROTT, ERNEST WAYNE; Lexington, 

p. 426. 
PARSONS, JOHN HESS; Wildie, p. 426. 
PARSONS, LAWRENCE RANDALL; 

Mount Venion, p. 426. 
PATRICK, LARRY LEE; Lexington, p. 426. 
PATRICK, VIVIAN S.; Williamsburg, p. 

426. 
PATRUM, SCOVA LEEGINA; Lexington, p. 

426. 
PATTERSON, TIMOTHY BRIAN; Fort 

Mitchell, Phi Epsilon Kappa— Trea.surer, 

p. 426. 
PATTISON, STANLEY EDWARD; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, p. 428. 
PAULIN, CHERYL IRENE; Covington, p. 

428. 
PAULSON, ALLAN THOMAS; Sparta, New 

Jersey, p. 428. 
PAYNE, REBECCA LYNN; Louisville, p. 

428. 
PEARMAN, GLENDA FAYE; Dayton, 

Ohio, Baptist Student Union, p. 428. 
PENISTON, LLOYD WAYNE; Lacie, 

S.A.E.,p. 428. 
PENNINGTON, PAMELA PARRISH; BowL 

ing Green, Black Student Union, Chem- 

istiy Club, p. 428. 
PERAZZO, SUZANNE EDITH; Dayton, 

Ohio, Chi Omega, p. 428. 
PERKINS, FRED A.; Louisville, Recreation 

Club, Delta Upsilon-Treasurer, HPER 

Club, p. 428. 
PERRY, DEBORAH KAREN; Shelbyville, 

p. 428. 
PERRY, PATRICIA CAROL; Lexington, p. 

428. 
PHELPS, MICHAEL E.; Columbia, lED 

Club, Sin-The Karate Club, Marching 

Band, p. 428. 
PICKETT, WILLIAM ROY; Harrodsburg, 

Theta Chi, Phi Epsilon Kappa, p. 429. 
PIERCE, DENISE ANN; Louisville, Colle- 
giate Pentacle. SNEA, p. 429. 
PIERCY, LAWRENCE CHESTER; Dayton, 

Ohio, p. 429. 
POGUE, MICHAEL LEE; Sterling, Virginia, 

p. 429. 
POLING, ROBERT DUANE; Dayton, Ohio, 

p. 429. 



PRATER, KATIIY; Prestonsburg, p. 429. 

PROFFITT, PAUL CLARK; Paint Lick, Phi 
Mu Alpha, ROTC Band, A.U.S.A., p. 429. 

PULLIAM, CAROL BETH; Bloomfield, p. 
429. 

QUAIL, KAREN SUE; Marion, Ohio, p. 
429. 

QUIGG, DANIEL L.; Livermore, Alpha Phi 
Gamma— President, p. 429. 

RABUZZI, PAUL DANA; Jeffersontown, 
Judo Club, p. 429. 

RAINS, EUGENE DOUGLAS; Middlesboro, 
p. 429. 

RANEY, L. MICHAEL; Richmond, p. 429. 

RATLIFF, WILLIAM JEFFREY; Allen, 
Military Police, p. 429. 

RAY, MICHAEL STEVEN; Fairfield, Ohio, 
p. 429. 

RAY, RICHARD DANIEL; Lancaster, p. 
429. 

REED, DEBORAH LYNNE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta Tau, Phi Upsilon Omi- 
cron, Phi Kappa Phi, p. 429. 

REED, JOELLEN; Winchester, Kappa Delta 
Pi, p. 429. 

REID, EDDIE M.; Richmond, p. 429. 

REYNOLDS, BARRY S.; Paris, p. 429. 

REYNOLDS, BEVERLY J.; Booneville, 
Home Economics Club, p. 429. 

REYNOLDS, CAROLYN; London, p. 429. 

REYNOLDS, GREGORY RYAN; Lexing- 
ton, University Players, Alpha Psi Omega, 
Circle K, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- 
ship, p. 429. 

RICHARDSON, SYLVIA FRAN; Rich- 
mond, English Club, p. 429. 

RICHTER, ROBERT KENNETH; Fort 
Thomas, p. 429. 

RIDDLE, TERRILL R.; Jeffersontown, p. 
429. 

RIDER, JR., RICHARD DOLAN; Warsaw, 
German Club— President, p. 429. 

RIGGINS, JANE ARLENE; Mintonville, 
Home Economics Club, p. 429. 

RIGGS, CATHERINE FAYE; Bardstown, p. 
430. 

RITCHIE, MARNEY D.; North Bend, Ohio, 
p. 430. 

RITCHIE, RITA GAIL; Carlisle, p. 430. 

ROACH, KATHRYN JO; Hamilton, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta— Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Theta Chi Little Sis, p. 430. 

ROARK, IRENEL; Noctor, Kentucky Asso- 
ciation of Nursing Students— Recording 
Secretary, p. 430. 

ROARK, MARY POSEY; Owensboro, p. 
430. 

ROBERSON, ARTHUR FLINT; Elizabeth- 
town, p. 430. 



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KOBKItTS. IlAKOli) KKITII; I'l.-a.sureville, 
Sigma \lplia Kpsiloii. f'inancf (^ub. p. 
430. 

ROBERTS, SHIRLEY SUE; Worlhington, 
Ohio, I'lii Beta Lambda— President, Ken- 
tuckv State Secretary, p. 430. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN LESLIE: Lawremr- 
burji, \\ EKl -EM I'romolit)!! (lo-ordiiia- 
tor, p. 1-30. 

ROBERTSON, MELI.'^SX BETH: Lebanon, 
p. 430. 

ROBLNSON. UEBRA I'.; Keiiering. Ohio, 
Intramurals, Baptist Student Union, 
CWENS, Social Work Club, p. 430. 

ROBLNSON, FRED SILVANUS: Orlando, p. 
430. 

ROBINSON, \ll(;il\EL I) W ID; Martin, p. 
430. 

ROBINSON, RITA C; lliekory, Norlh Caro- 
lina, p. 430. 

ROBLNSON, ROBERT LEE; Louisville, p. 
430. 

RODGERS, DANNY C.: Liberty, p. 130. 

RODCERS, DAVID N.; Carrollu.n, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon— Treasurer, p. 430. 

R0D(;ERS, JOAOUIN ROSADO; Benham. 
University Ensemble, Black Student 
Union— President, p. 430. 

ROEBUCK, KENNETH C; Battle Creek, 
Michigan, Veteran's Club, p. 430. 

ROGERS, CARL L.; Louisville, p. 430. 

ROLLER, LAURA (T.EM; Danville, K.M.E., 
p. 430. 

ROSEBERRY, PATRKTA JANE; lIopkin.s- 
ville, SCEC, Student Council. Resident 
Assistant-Buniam, p. 430. 

ROSS, MARY F.; Louisville, p. 430. 

ROUSE, JOHN ED\\ ARD; Wellsburg, West 
Virginia, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Alpha 
Phi Sigma, p. 430. 

ROW LETTE, MARTHA ANNE; Richmond, 
Young Democrats, ACE, p. 4.30. 

ROY, GARNETT GERALD; LaGrange, Di- 
rector ol Public Relations, American 
Marketing Association, College Republi- 
cans, p. 430. 

RUMPKE, CHRIS \ .; Cincinnati, Ohio, Al- 
pha Gamma Delta, Panhellenic Council, 
Sigma Nu Sweetheart, College Republi- 
cans, Pi Kappa ,\lpha Calendar Girl, 
French Club, Greek Council, Interdorm, 
p. 430. 

SABAD, GARRY ANDREW; Dayton, Ohio, 
Pi Kappa yUpha, p. 431. 

SANDIDGE, HENRY BURNAM; Rich- 
mond, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 431. 

SANDLIN, BRENDA KAY; Morris Fork, 
SNEA,p. 431. 

SANDS, MARK STEVEN; Parkersburg, West 
Virginia, Soccer Team Inlramurals, p. 
431. 



SANFORD, STEPHANIE LYNN; Dayton, 
(Jhio, University Ensemble— (Choreogra- 
pher, p. 4.31. 

SAUNDERS, DEBORAH KAY; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Pi, p. 431. 

SAVAGE, LARRY DALE: Hebron, p. 431. 

SAYLOR, DAVID KEITH; Corbin, College 
Republicans, Veteran's Club, p. 431. 

S(T:NT, TINA LEIGH; Fort Thomas, Wesley 
Foundation, KANS, p. 431. 

SCIIEIB, JUDY; Dayton, Ohio. Social Work 
Club-President, p. 4.31. 

SCILMEES, GEORGETTE M.; London, p. 
431. 

SCHNEIDER, BOBBIE JO; Louisville. Phi- 
losophy Club— Secretarv, Clav Hall — Vice- 
President, p. 431. 

.SCIIOCK, DEBRA ANN; (Jincinnati, Ohio, 
K-Mates, Junior Panhellenic, Milestone 
Staff. I'hi Mu— Treasurer, Sigma Alpha 
Eta. p. 43:2. 

.SCHOMAKEi;, JAMES BRYAlN; Newport, 
Sigma Chi, Young Democrates, p. 432. 

S(T1ULTE, TERENCE LEE: Fort Wright, p. 
4.32. 

S(TIWENDEMAN, HERBERT JOHN; Day- 
ton, Ohio, p. 432. 

SCtriT, SUSAN LEE: Troy, Ohio, p. 432. 

SEARLE, JAMES E.; Elizabethtown, Lamb- 
da Alpha Epsilon— Treasurer, Bowling 
Club-President, p. 432. 

SLITHERS, STEPHEN W.; West Union, 
Ohio, Men's Interdorm— President, Center 
Board, Council on Student Affairs, p. 
432 

SEROWIK, ANTHONY TII(.)MAS; Eau Gal- 
lie, Florida, Ecology Interest (iroup. 
Physics Club, p. 4.32. 

SIIAFER, CAROL JEANNE; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Phi Mu, SNEA, ACE, p. 432. 

SHARP, JR., LINCOLN V.; Ilarrod.sburg, 
Young Democrats, (jiruna, p. 432. 

SHAY, CATHY LYNN; Newport, Class 
Treasurer, Phi Mu— Treasurer, K-Mates, p. 
432. 

SI1Er"mAN, VIVIAN R.; London, p. 432. 

SlIERRARD, EUGENE TIIOM.-VS: Louis- 
ville, p. 432. 

SHIELDS, JAMES ROBERT: W;ilton, Beta 
Theta Pi, p. 432. 

SHOEMAKER, PHILLIP WENDELL: Canal 
Winchester, (Jhio, Theta (Jhi— Vice-Presi- 
dent, Secretary, p. 432. 

SlIULTZ, STEPHANY PENA; Valley Sta- 
tion, CW ENS, Collegiate Democrat, Intra- 
murals, p. 432. 

SILLS, DENNIS MURRILL; Lexington, 
Baptist Student Union, Volleyball Team, 
Truckers, p. 433. 

SIMKINS, WTLLIA.M EARL: llarrod.sburg, 
p. 433. 



SIMS, THOMAS .MARK; Owensboro, Rec- 
reation (Jub, p. 433. 

SINGLETON, DLANE JOY; Eergu.son, 
Marching Band, p. 433. 

S1NGLET<.)N, EMILY; Junction City, p. 
433. 

SIMS, JULIA ANN: Athertonville, p. 433. 

SIZEMORE, MARQUETTA, .Manchester, 
Interior Design Club— Vice-President, 
NSID-AID-Secretary, p. 433. 

SLONE, KENNETH RAY; Stambaugh, 
Sigma Tau Delta— Vice President, Kappa 
lota Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi, Stratemeyer 
Award, Modern Language Award, p. 433. 

SLUSHER, DEBORAH SUZANNE; Middles- 
boro. Baptist Student Union, Sigma .Al- 
pha Eta, p. 433. 

SMALL, LINDA D.; Warfield, Women's Of- 
ficiating Services, Delta Psi Kappa, p. 
433. 

SMALLWOOD, MICHAEL STEPHEN; Lou- 
isville, p. 433. 

SMITH, DEBBIE LYNN; Richmond, p. 433. 

SMITH, DEBORAH C; Carrollton. p. 433. 

SMITH, DEBORAH LEE: Fort ThonuLs, p. 
433. 

SMITH, DIONNE F.; Louisville, p. 4.33. 

SMITH, JR., GUY STEPHEN; Lexington, 
Phi Mu Alpha, Symphonic Band, MENC, 
p. 433. 

SMITH, JERRIELYNN NUNNELLEY; 
Mount Venion, p. 434. 

SMITH, JERRY WAYNE; Piqua, Ohio, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, p. 434. 

SMITH, JOYCE A.; Winchester, Black Stu- 
dent Union, Kappa Kitten Klub, Concert 
Choir University Ensemble, p. 434. 

SMITH, MARY BETH: Louisville, Kappa 
Delta, Cheerleader, p. 434. 

SMITH, PATRICIA ANNETTE; Shelbyville, 
Biology Club— Secretary, CWENS— Secre- 
tary, p. 434. 

SMITH, RKTIARD JUSTICE; Waverly, 
Ohio, Theta Chi, p. 434. 

SMITH, TONI RENEE; Louisville, .Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, p. 434. 

SMITH, URSHELL; Manchester, p. 434. 

SMITH, VICKIE LYNN; Mount Vernon, p. 
435. 

S.MITH, VIRGINLA LEE; Corbin. Home 
Economics Club, p. 43.5. 

SNODGRASS, GEORGE E.; W illiamstown, 
Veteran's Club, Law Enforcement Associ- 
ation, p. 435. 

SNOOK, VICKIE SUE; Smithfield, Wesley 
Foundation— Secretary, p. 435. 

SNYDER, DONALD CARL; Wahuitport, 
Pennsylvania, p. 435. 

SOMMERKAMP, DAVID WILLIAM, Park 
Hills, Accounting (Jub, Pre-Law Club, p. 
435. 



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siv\i;i:ii, KiciiAiJi) i.\\\i;i;n(;iv, cin.in- 

iiali, Ohio, p. 435. 
SPAKKS, CARL ANTII()^^; A^hlmid, Del- 

l;i I'psiloii, InttT-Fralciiiilv ('(miicil |{i>p- 
rcst-riUitiM-. p. t-').'). 

SI'I'.Ck. I.AKia NKIL; lrh;in(Mi. IVnnsyl- 
viifiiii, Tlit'ta Clii, p. 4.55. 

S1'II,I.MA^, Kl.LFA JAiNK: ( larrolUmi, p. 
I.Jf). 

SI'KAUL, GAYLE E.; Cincinnali, Ohio, I, it- 
lie Colonels, Civitan, p. 435. 

STACY, JANET ELAINE: Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta, Eiag Squad, 
p. 435. 

.^TW.SIU K'l, jOiiX M(:ilOLA.S; Louis- 
ville, p. 435. 

STAiNSBURY, PATRKTA JEANNE; Louis- 
ville, p. 435. 

STAUEFER, BARRY EDWAltD: I'liiladei- 
piiia, Pennsylvania, Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 
435. 

ST. CLAIR, JOHN MASON; Mount Vernon, 
p. 435. 

STECK, DAVID R.; West Alexandria, Ohio, 
Phi Mu Alpha, p. 435. 

.STECK, P.AMELA SMITH; Raywick, 
CWENS,p. 435. 

STEPHENS, FRIEDA ALENE; Pine Knot, 
p. 435. 

STEPHENS, SHARON ANN; Russell 
Springs, ^ oung Democrats, CWENS, Phi 



Mu, Psi Chi Secrelai-y, Collegiate Pen- 
tacle. Student Publications Board, Mil<- 
stone Stall', Tan Kappa Epsilon Little Sis, 
p. 435. 
STERHLINC, MARK KIM; Cincinnati, 

Ohio, p. 435. 

STERN EBERC, SUE JEAN; Covington, 
Kappa .Alpiia Theta, Kappa Delta Pi, I'lii 
Upsilon Omicron, p. 435. 

STEVENS, DEBRA ClIARLENE; Mount 
Vernon, Phi Upsilon Omicron— (Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Home Economics 
Club— Secretary, p. 435. 

STEVENSON, EDITH ClIARLENE; Irving, 
p. 4,35. 

STEWART, JR., GEORGE HARRY; Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Theta Chi, p. 435. 

STIVERS, KAREN D.; Shelbyviile, Phi Beta 
Lambda, p. 435. 

STONER, GAIL B.; Lexington, p. 4.?5. 

STORM, JOETTE BLUNSCHI; London, p. 
435. 

STORM, ROBERT C.; London, p. 436. 

STRATTON, CRAIC ELLIOTT; Lawrence- 
burg, p. 130. 

STRATTON, DANIEL PEMBERTON; Pike- 
ville, Fau Kappa Epsilon— President, Stu- 
dent Senator, KIE, College Republicans, 
Debate Team, Academic Affairs ('ouncil, 
p. 436. 



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.STRATTON, DAVID CAREY; Pikcvillc, Pi 
Kuppa Alpha— Vice-President, KIE, Stu- 
dent Senator, College Republicans, De- 
bate Team, Martin Hall President, p. 
4.36. 

STRICKLAND, EDWARD LEE; Douglas- 
ville, Georgia, p. 4.36. 

.STRONG, JR., MARVIN EUGENE; Jack- 
son, Kappa Alpha, Finance (Jub, p. 436. 

STRONG, SUSAN C; Hazard, Alpha Delta 
Pi, p. 436. 

SUIT, CAROLYN ANNE; Oxford, Ohio, 
Student Senator, p. 436. 

SU LFRIDGE, IIOMEI! P.; Richmond, p. 
436. 

SULLIVAN, DA\I1) KEITH; McCarr, Mile- 
stone-Editor, Tail Kappa Epsilon, Cadu- 
ceus Club, p. 436. 

SUMMERS, JOHN KEITH; Loui.sville, p. 
436. 

SUMPTER, JIMMY WAYNE; Mount Holly, 
North Carolina, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, 
p. 436. 

SURFACE, EVA ELAINE; Richmond, p. 
436. 

SUTPHIN, JOYCE LYNN; Burton, Ohio, 
Biology Club— President, Student Sena- 
tor, p. 436. 

SUTTEES, BETTY LOU; Grayson, Phi Beta 
Lambda, SNEA, p. 436. 

SWAIM, ANNE; Wilmington, Ohio, W.O.S., 
Penim Club, p. 436. 

SWEENEY, JUDY A.B.; Columbia, p. 436. 

TACKETT, JERRY; Melvin, Caduceus Club 
' —President, p. 436. 

TACY, STEPHEN WAYNE; Cincinnati, 
< Hiio, Industrial Education (Jlub— Presi- 
dent, Iota Lambda Sigma, p. 436. 

TALLEY, LAVADA ANN; Magnolia, Asso- 
ciation Childhood Education Interna- 
tional, Baptist Student Union, p. 436. 

TARULLO, JEANNE MARIE; Louisville, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, 
French Club— President, p. 436. 

TAYLOR, KATHERINE R.; Sidney, p. 436. 

TAYLOR, PEGGY LEIGH; Dayton, Ohio, 
Food and Nutrition Club, p. 436. 

TAYLOR, TERESA ANN; Frankfort, Ohio, 
Phi Mu— Vice-President, Sigma Alpha Eta, 
p. 436. 

TERRELL, GARY BLAINE; Milford, Ohio, 
p. 436. 

THARP, KAREN GAYE; Jackson, SNEA, 
CEC, People WTio Care, p. 436. 

TIIARPE, HIGH PRENTICE; Frankfort, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, Association of Law En- 
forcement, p. 436. 

THEILER, DAVID PAUL; Louisville, Pi 
Kappa .AJpha, p. 436. 

THOMAS, JAMES A.; Dry Ridge, p. 437. 



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THOMAS, PEGGY LEE; Miduay, p. 437. 

THOMAS, SANDI W.; Dry Ridge, Pi Omejia 
Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA, p. 437. 

THOMPSON, WILLLAM RUSSELL; Louis- 
ville, Alpha Phi Sigma. Flag Football, 
Softball, p. 437. 

THORPE, TOBY ANN; Wayland, p. 437. 

TINCHER, LINDA R.A.E; Franklort, Delta 
Omicroii. AGO— Secretary, Treasurer. 
MENC, p. 437. 

TINGLEY, THERESA BECKER; North- 
brook, niiuois, p. 437. 

TODD, BRENDA LEE; Carrollton. Kappa 
Alpha Psi Kitten, p. 437. 

TOW NSEND, CALVLN M.; Lexington, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, p. 437. 

TREADWAY, PATTI ANNE; Elizabeton. 
Tennessee, p. 437. 

TRIPLETT, DANIEL ALLEN; Louisville, p. 
437. 

TROWELL, BETTIE MARIE; Louisville, p. 
437. 

URLAGE, CONSTANCE MARIE; Fort 
Thomas, W.O.S.- Vice-President. \ olley- 
ball Team, p. 439. 

VANARSDALL, MARY ELIZABETH; 
Y'ardley, Pennsylvania, Alpha Delta Pi, p. 
439. 

VAN.'VRSDALL, MICHAEL ALAN; Burgin. 
p. 439. 

VANDERHORST, JULIE LYNNE; Berea, p. 
439. 

VANN.4RSDALL, L.ANA ROSE; Owentou. 
p. 439. 

VANNARSDALL, LLOYD; Owenton. p. 
439. 

VANPELOT. PAUL RUSSELL; Hanover, 
Pennsylvania, ^'ete^an's Club— Secretary, 
Palmer House Council— President, p. 439. 

VARBLE, MARGARET ANN; Vevay, In- 
diana, p. 439. 

VARNER, DIANA LAYNE; Cynthiana. 
Recreation Club, p. 439. 

VAUGHN, CARLA ANN; Middlesboro, Stu- 
dent Senate, Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa 
Delta Pi, German Club, p. 439. 

VIEL, ROSANN FRANCES; Highland 
Heights, SNEA, K.M.E.-President, Colle- 
giate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 439. 

VINCENT, RICK; Spokane, Washington, p. 
439. 

WADDLE, ELIZABETH ANN; Somerest, p. 
439. 

WADE, DEBRA CAROLE; Russell Springs, 
Nurses Association, p. 439. 

WALKER, LESLIE A.; Louisville, p. 439. 

WALLS, VIRGINIA HOLBROOK; Louis- 
ville, p. 439. 

WALTER, KATIIY L.; Fairfield, Ohio, p. 
439. 



WALTERS, ARTHURINE M.; Louisville, 
University Ensemble, Bowling Club, p. 
439. 

WALTERS, MICHELE BRYANT; Louisville, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, University Ensem- 
ble, Black Student Union-Vice-President, 
p. 439. 

WARD. MICHAEL K.; Versailles, p. 439. 

WARNER, KIRK ALAN; Lexington, p. 439. 

WARREN, ANTHONY C1,AY; Mount Ster- 
ling, p. 439. 

WARREN, BEVERLY J.; Burnside, p. 439. 

WARREN, BEVERLY JEAN; Richmond, p. 
439. 

WARTSCHLAGER, KENNETH EARL; 
Louisville, Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 439. 

WATKINS, JENNIFER LYNN; Plea.sureville, 
Phi L!, Home Economics Club, Widters 
Program (-hairman, Sigma .Vlpha Epsilon 
Little Sis. p. 439. 

WATKINS, ROBERT A.; Jeffersonville, In- 
diana, p. 439, 

WATSON. DANIEL E.; Sabina, Ohio, Track 
Team, Agriculture Club. p. 439. 

WATSON, GARY STEPHEN; Muncie, Indi- 
ana, Phi Delta Theta, American Marketing 
Association, p. 440. 

WATSON, PEGGY RUSH; Rjchmond, p. 
440. 

WATTS, SUSAN NELLENE; .Allen, p. 440. 

WAY, DEBORAH L.; Carrollton, p. 440. 

WAY II, JAMES SHERMAN; Richmond, p. 
440. 

WEATHERS, SARAH ELIZABETH; Lex- 
ington, Delta Sigma Theta, p. 440. 

WEDIG, HERBERT F.; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
I.E.D. Club, Iota Lambda Sigma-Pre.si- 
dent, p. 440. 

WELLS, JR., CARL; Stanton, Chemistry 
Club, Caduceus Club— Vice-President, p. 
440. 

WELLS, PATRICIA MILLER; Louisville, p. 
440. 

WESLEY. LORETTA ANN; Boise, Idalio. 
W alters House Council, p. 440. 

WEST, HARRY JOSEPH; Lima, Ohio, Phi 
Delta Theta-President, p. 440. 

WEST, V. FA YE; Richmond, Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lamb- 
da, p. 440. 

WESTERFIELD, JOHN BOTTO; Louisville, 
Sigma Nu, p. 440. 

WHEELER, PATRICIA BETH; Salyersville, 
First Battalion Sponsor, ROTC Sponsor, 
Inter-Dorm, SNEA, Kappa Delta Tau, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Oratorio Choir, 
Kappa Delta Pi, p. 440. 

WHELAN, MARGARET ANN; Kettering. 
Ohio, Little Cokmels— t'e-Captain, Kappa 
Delta Tau— President, Kappa Delta Pi, p. 
440. 



WHIT.AKER. DE.AN L.; Richmond, Veteran's 
Club, Recreation Club, p. 440. 

WHITAKER, JUANITA II.; Jenkins, p. 440. 

W HITAKER, PATRICIA ANN; Mount Ster- 
ling, p. 440. 

WHITAKER, RICHARD JAY; Waynesville, 
Ohio, ROTC, Counter Gorrilla Raiders, 
Beta Theta Pi, Inter-Fraternity Council- 
Treasurer, p. 440. 

WHITE, ANTHONY E.; Irvine, Veteran's 
Club, p. 440. 

WHITE, GEORGIA SUE; Jackson, p. 440. 

WHITE, JAMES E.; Louisville, "7-11 Club", 
p. 440. 

WHITE, L. KAY; Independence, p. 440. 

WHITE, MICKI N.; Burlington, Rookies- 
President, p. 440. 

WHITE, SAM ASHFORD; Memphis, Tennes- 
see, Progress Staff, Recreation Club, p. 
442. 

WLAFE-ABABIO, DEROY GEORGE; 
Kumasi, Ghana, Soccer Team, Soccer As- 
sociation Club, p. 442. 

WIAFE-ABABIO, LEROY; Kumasi, Ghana, 
Soccer Club— President, International Stu- 
dent Association, p. 442. 

WIENTJES, SALLY; Waynesville, Ohio, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Baptist Student Union 
Choir, p. 442. 

WIGGINS, SHIELA ANN; Lancaster, p. 442. 

WIGGINTON, HELEN JOY; Bloomfield, 
Library Science Organization, Phi Mu, p. 
442. 

WILDER, PATRICIA SUE; Cubbage, Prog- 
ress Staff, W .O.S., Pemm Club, p. 442. 

WILKERSON, JOE ALLEN; Lebanon, Scab- 
bard and Blade, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, GARY L.; Shelbyville, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, GARY WAYNE; Louisville, p. 
442. 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH LYNN; Barbourville, 
Circle K., Collegiate Pentacle, SNEA, 
ACE, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, KAREN ELAINE; Lexington, 
p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, LARRY THO.MAS; Lawrence- 
burg, KIE, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, LESLIE LYNN; Morehead, 
Finance Club— Treasurer, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, SANDRA ANN; Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Kappa Delta Tau— Treasurer, Par- 
liamentarian, p. 442. 

WILLIAMS, SUSAN DEAN; Frankfort, 
Spanish Club. Sigma Delta Pi, p. 442. 

WILLIAMSON, BILLY E.; Richmond, Right 
to Read Program, p. 442. 

WILLIS, JOY ELLEN; Milton, p. 442. 

WILSON, LOIS JANE WITT; Irvine, p. 442. 

WILSON, PATRICK C; Louisville, p. 442. 

WINGERT, ANN ELIZABETH; Somers 



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I\)inl, New Jersey, Interior Design (^lub, 
AID-NSII), I'hi lipsilon Oniicron, p. 442. 

WINSLOW, llAKOLI) 1,.; Richmond, ROTC 
llrigade Kxecutive Officer, Scaljbard and 
Blade, Alpha Pi Sigma, p. 442. 

WIKTZ, ERIC WARREN; Cincinnati, Ohio, 
p. 442. 

WISE, C.ERJ SUSAN; Frankfort, Kappa Al- 
pha Theta, Field Hockey, Track and Field 
Team, lll'EK, Pemm Club, Intraniurals, 
I'hi Delta Theta Sweetheart, p. 442. 

VVnr, KATIIY ELAINE; McKee, Lambda 
I )ella ( >micron, p. 442. 

W( )( )l )S, FRANK H.; Lexington, p. 442. 

\V( X )| )S, IK )BART; Manchester, p. 442. 

W( )( )1 )S, JANE LYNN; Louisville, p. 442. 

WRICHT, DONALD; Florence, P. 443 

WRI(;HT, LARRY RAY; Sadieville, Chem- 
istry Club— Vice-President, Physics Club, 
p. 443. 

VVYATT, TERRY CLENN; Berea, Delta 
lipsilon, p. 443. 

WYLIE, TIMOTHY R.; Somerville, New 
Jersey, p. 443. 

YEAGER, PAMELA ANNE; Fort Thomiis, 
Collegiate Pentacle, Kappa Delta Pi, 
SCEC-Treasurer, SNEA, p. 443. 

^El;l\N, PAUL E.; Columbus, Ohio, 
K.C.L.L., Student Senate, Zeta Omicron 
Omega— President, p. 443. 

YOUNG, RONALD F.; Harrodsburg, p. 443. 

YUEN, WAI MING; Shaukiwan, Hong Kong, 
p. 443. 

ZECKNER, DOUGLAS J.; Louisville, Kappa 
Iota Epsilon, Caduceus Club, p. 443. 

ZIEMANN, ROY BRUCE; Richmond, p. 
443. 



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Albiull Lon.lan,'.' L 491 

ALPHA BETATAl 334 

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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 340 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 342 

ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 219 

ALPHA PI GAMMA 212 

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Aminilan, Mohammadh 
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nda S. 320 


Bak 


r 1 a 


h.-nne J. 394 


Bak 


r Ch 


iM.-s T. 


Bak 


r. Ch 


arle-ft. 


Bak 


r. 1 le 


lora A. 322 


Bak 


, De 


ii-e E 394 


Bak 


r D, 


ra \. 394 


Bak 


r. Ela 


me R 491 


Bak 


r. Ell 


/abi'lbS 


Bak 


r. E> 


lyiil 


Bak 


r. Er 


Ilk E. 


Bak 


r, Fr 


d 341 463 


Bak 


r Ir 


d R Jr 


Bak. 


r. Ga 


V 1. 463 


Bak. 




cer L 


Bak, 


r' lb. 


ward G 


Bak, 


r Ja. 


kie 


Bake 


r J.'j 


llelte B. 


Bak. 


r Jel 


rev II 


Bak. 


r I'd 


n B 


Bak. 


r lu. 


y 


Bake 


r Ka 


hl,-,n 213.394 


Bak, 




da K. 394 


Bak. 


,'. Ma 


nha F. S. 375 


Bak. 


r Ma 


ry I 


Bak, 


r Ma 


ry 1. 


Bak. 


r. \la 


irt.eft 463 


Bake 


r Ml 


ha.l R. 


Bake 


r \a 




Bake 


r. N,i 


a 1 5''' 


Bake 


r. Pa, 


1 "" 


Bake 


r. Pal 


1 V. 


Bake 


r. Ra 


idall D. 


Bake 


r. Ro 


ger L. 


Bake 


r Rii 


h D 522 


Bak. 


r. Sal 


,r 1. 


Bak. 




ipson D 


Bak. 




r„n D. 


Bak. 


r!sh, 


ha U 


Bake 


r. Sh 


rley L 322 


Bake 


r. « il 


lamE. 


Bake 


r. nil 


ilred A. 463.323 


Bak, 


.. Belh A. 336.351 


Baic 




y 291 


Bale 


in. R 


.iiald F 


Bald 


idge 


lame R 


Bald 




baric. E 


Bald 


sin! Edwinna R 220.394 


Bald 


-in. Mary E, 


Bald 


sin. Man J 


Bald 


sin. Roberl M .394 


Ball. 


Barb 


ra F. 


Ball. 


Cvnt 


iiaj. 


Ball. 


Darre 


II T. 


Ball. 


Da.id R 252.491 


Ball. 


EMie 


M 


Ball. 


Eli/a 


beth A. 


Ball. 


|ohn 


R. 


Ball. 


Lii.d 


S. 522 


Ball. 


Rob. 


rt i. 


Ball. 


Rona 


Id \l 443 


Ball. 


^and 


a A 463 


Ball. 


\\illij 


inC 


Ball. 


niih. 


mL 491 


Ball. 


Willia 


ml. Jr 


Balla 


rd. C. 


ne M. 


Balla 


rd.Ja 


lie,- C. 


Balla 


rd.J. 


h„ R. 


Balla 


rd. L 


,yd 127 


Balla 


rd. M 


arlhaL. 37.491 


Balla 


rd.R 


.ben 1. 


Balla 


rd.T 


oma-E.llI 


Balla 


rd. ft 


andaS 


Balla 


rd. ftilliam 


Ball, 


w. la 


nes E. 


Balh 




Bert ft 


Balh 


u. ki 


nnelh A. 


Ballo 


u. Ma 


nha J. D. 394 


Balls 


nith. 


NicholasJ. 


Balm 


OS ft ilham II. 297.463 


Baisc 


clue 


lib A. 463 


Bah 


lev.! 


ynthia K. 


BAND 30 




BAND DAA 68 


Band 


V.Be 


eriv p. 


Band 


y. 11. 


bra 1 491 


Band 


y.Ea 


rlD.,Jt 


Band 


V. 1. 


she E 


Band 


y.M 


haelD. 371 



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Mile.stone are followed b\ page numbers. The names 


director\ of the 1974-7.5 Eastern KentiKk\ Ihiiversi- 


of faculty pictured are printed in italic type. Activi- 


tv student bodv and as a student, faculty and aetivitv 


ties and organizations covered are capitalized. 


index. Names of students who are pictured in tlie 





578 Index and Directory 



ll.uiknniiM. K.illiv \ : 


'.22 


Bar,„H, |,ll,r, 1 ,1'I4 


B., 


l.-,\nkil 522 


11.-. k,|.,l,/al„-ll, II S 


B.-ll..my. Barbara A 403 


ll.„ik.r,, K.lw.inl HI 




Barn.'ll, |i,linl 


B.I 


III , 1. 11 \ 


Br. k, llarr, |, III 


B.lser.Judv 320 


It.iiiks. 1 li.irl.v II 2l:t, 


3(>2 


Barn, II, Kar,-ii 1„ 


Ba 


llr. Marvin 1 Jllll 30 1 


B.-.-k,Sn,aii 1 16 1 


Bellon, Valenlal, 


ILlllkN iLllUiV II 




Bami'll, I,,,. II 


Ba 


III. Mar, 1 |.I2 


Brrkrr.na.i.tt.lliain |1 


Brivill.., M.lanee 1, 


bldiik-, liiniin II 




Barni-ll, l.in.la C 2I5.3<I4 


Ba 




Br.krr,. Ilillii-rl 1 


B.Iw.i.hJ. Marcar.-I 1: 


l{jiik~. I.iiiil.i 




Barrall, l,,.„ A 


Ba 


Ml.- h. 1.... .1. \ Jr. Ill .11,1.-102 


Brrk.ll.Sall.i- U 522 


Bender. Kennelh C 


Bjiik,l,.,i, hiins. „.■ I'll 


II.1'I2 
\|IIN 2'll 


Barn,tl Mar^ \l 152 
Barn, II l\,lliain II 
Ban ' , 1 Ir 


B.i 




Br,krll.Tiin„ll„ \ 102 
Br.kliam. B"l,6, 1, 
Br.kham. T,.ii, 1 102 


Bend.r. M.ma 1, R 316.320 


Lt.illl.l |.>liir~ 1 


11, . 




Benediel Aliens.. J 


DU'IIMMI IIIM 1 


K, 


; ,, , 1 .J 


Ben.dicl. Fl.iyd L. 


Bjr,„l.,. Il,,ii.l \ 




Bar.l.llr l'l,ili|, 1 


l:,i 


,1 1 - I'.J 


Bi-.klrr. i:harlr, M 522 


B dicl. Mirhael I.. 522 


B,,rln ,■ |.„ 1 




Bar,,,',, llri/ia | 


11,1 


. . I:,.l,, II \ _'j(i 


Br.-klrr. jainr, 1- 


BriiE.-. Anlhony I. 


[(.llh. 1 ] In III \ 




Bjr,i|.>,Sliiila M 


11,1 




Brrkni-r. Ann,- A 


B.-ni;.-. Garl D. 


H,,rl" r 111.,, - riJ 


r 


Haniliarl,M,.|,l„-nr, 

Barnliilll na K, 

Bar.ili,,.,,,., Ilaviil K 
Bariii.u, lr.-,l 11 377.163 


11,1. 
11,1. 
11.. 


..l, ,l. ,, I, 


Brrkn,-r, I'alrii.all. 
B.-.knrr. R.ibrrI 
B.-. knm. Tli.-r.-,a A. 
Brdd..,, \1jrllia K 


Benge, Norma j. 
Benee. Rub.Tl G 
B.-iigsl.,n, AnnG. 


ll'^ill.iMK \Vill,,[il \ ~t 1 


Ila. 


1^1, mall 1 , 1,,,,. M 


Binn.ll, Alice F. 


bi.ir.kh. liii-rll 11,1 




Bar,,,,, ink \|., In Ir \l 3114,314 


Bal 


III. r„ii, II 


Brdrll. Ila, id II 


Bennell.GlvdrT 


B.in lj. , r.ilci. k R :t7,= 




Barr 1 lurl, - \ 


Ba. 


jman. Cliarl,-, 155 


Brdnar.-zvk. |j,„.r 


B.-nnrll. Dam. ID 320.103 


B.,r.lj> l',,iilj,s, .1,« 




ll.rr. II, /),<,,„ 


Ba. 


iman... Mar, | 316,522 


B.-r. Rithard A 


Ben.irll. Darri, W 


B.ir.l,n,l( IK, 




Barr, II, \nna It 


Bai 


.m:ar,liirr Mi, l,j,-l 


Brrb.-. Lr,|i.- A 375 


Bennell.UrbraE 


Bjniuill, l\i>f B 3f>l 


,463 


Barr, II lr,,l, |r 
Barr,ll i;,„rs,.M. 
B.,rf,tl I'hvlli, D. 


Bii 


i.n-l ,rl l,,-l,„ 1- 402 


Br.-glr. Brriida k. 330,373 
B.-rlrr, |am.-,U. 
Brcl.-y. B,-lly B, 


Bennell llrrb.-rl S 


Bjru'r, linritiM' T. 


111 




Benn.-ll l.-llre, K 


B.irl:rr, |,iii<' \ B, 


111 


.1. M., 11. 1 1 J75.310.-163 


Bennell. i.indaS 206 


Bars.r, |„liii,ll,i ,>< M 




Ilarcll, \al,rirU. 


l;,i 




Brslrv. Brure B. 


Bennell. L,ai,M. 


BjriziT, K,irn<.tu i', V 




Barr,,,.. |,,lin\V..Jr. 452 


11,1 


-1.1 1 1.1 


Brelrv, G.-nrvi B. 


Bennell. .Mark E 103 


Bjrs,T, Irr.-,, i: 




Barr,. X,in,.i: 


B.I- 


,l.r i..,r, 1 


BrBlrv..|.,hn A 


Bennett, Norman L 






Barr\, Mnha.l B 


Ba, 




Begley. Robi-rt B. 123 


Bennett, Kiana G 


B.,r;,.!(;i,.rr.i 1 




Baria lain,- ,\ 


Ba, 


.l,r. kar,-„ 1 


Breli-V. R.„..mar, 1. 


Bennett. Scoll E 522 


Bjr-... ILirolJ 1. 




Barll, KimlnrK ,4 260.463.320 


Ba. 


,l.r Marl,., 1 '.22 


BrglrV.Samu.lK. 


Bennell. Thomas B 311 


Bdra.. 1,1.1.1 \1 




Barlh, n. Tina \1 522 


Ba. 


,1, r ^1„ rn 1 


B.sle,.SlarlaS, 


Bennett. William E 


Bjr;,., M1.I..1.I 1 522 




Bartholurn.w. .Ann | 463 


Ba. 




Brslry.Will.amK 


Brnningfield. L,lr J 


Bjik.r, B.icl.jra G- 316,3<)4 


Barll... Bilk J 


Ha. 


.ir,„i 11,, ,1,1,, 1. t,|2 


Brhaiian. Linda S 


Brnninglield.Nlicha.l 


B,,rk.r, Hr,.|ulaJ, 




Barlk-ll.,|„anK 214 


11,1, 


. r 11. .11, 1 l.)2 


Bi-hanan, Ru„.-ll ft. 


Bennings. Jan 


Barker, Drvlv.mS 




Barll..v,(;iiri,lv i\ 


B.I, 


. , ( , ..11,1. \ 102 


Brinmrr. Barbara K 103 


Bennmgs. Kenni-lh |. 373 


Bark.r, l-.l.lir 1. 




Barll,.,.ll,.|,-nM,452 


B.i, 


.-, K..i,al,; 1 


Br.rl.li.l II. .1.,,! 1 


Bensing. r,a,b- A 207.-164 


Bark.r, \■■^,, \ 




Barll,-, la, k,.-D. 


Ba, 


, , l,r,-,, s Jl 7 201.402 






Bark.r Mi, lia.l - 111 




Barll,, R„nald K. 


Ba, 


, .. \„k,l I'll 


1;. I.ll ill. .111.1 M 


Bentlr,?B.„n, II 


Bark, r Ni. Ii..la- H 




Barll,, lln.masD. 


B,. 


,,l,. Ilr,,„l., K 11, .1 


1;. [. 1.. 1 llr. ii.l.i 


Beiille, ,l.,nll,,a \ 


Bark.r II. n 1 




Barll.,. \in!iniaS. 


B,-. 


.,1,.. ,-,,IU 


Bil, In r. iJiinu H 115 


Bentl.,. Ja.n., 1 


Bark.r, 1 in 




Barlol„ll,,J„..-pl.|.373 


B,. 


„l,. 1 anra M 


Bi-l. hrr Gary B. 


B.-nlle,.J.jan F 


Bark-.lal, M,ll„ii K 




Barlon. Ilar.jld B. 


B,-, 


,,li. I'aiil H 20 t U, 1 


Brlrh.-r. Gerald G. 


Bentle,. I.illard 


Bark... IkiM.I » 




Barlun, jrann.-J 


B, . 


ill- K,,iial,l W 


Brleh..r,JanelS. P 


Bentle, . William H 


Barl.,.., |jM,.. 1 ,1'lk 




Barlmi.,|„hrir, 


11.. 


,,ll Hall 1 


Beleher.JanierE. 


Benton. Brrnda | 164 


Barh.w, lininlliv S 




BASEBALL 252 


11.-. 


iin. Il,l„,rjl, \ 2.12.164 


Belehrr, |ennil>r G. 


Benton, GkarlrsE II 


Barn, I-:K|iiIIi M, 




Ba,l,ani. \ iki 351 


11,-. 


,,„. |,,li,, 11 |l 


B--lehrr, |o,rf,li 1,. 317 


Benton, Kina T 


Bar.iaril, |raiina 1. 221 


.3(14 


Ba,liani. «alk.-rH 


B, . 


,n 1), ,,,,.- W 


B.-k-lirr, kalby T. 


Benton, ^olaii B . II 


Bariiaril, I'alll 




Bj-n„l Ilian.-M 


11,. 


,,„ , U,|li.i,ii , 


Brkh.T. Nanev G. S. 320.464 


BenU.n. Sand, L 


Barnaril riiillip K 




B\>K1 IBM.l. 234-243 


B,. 




Bridrn. Cliffurd L. 373,493 


Benl.in.Thoma, 1. 522 


Bariijr.l K.i.l.ri. k 1 




Ba,k,ll, Unci, M Ir 


B,-. 


,rd. lilrnna M 522 


B,-le,v. Melissa A. 


Berb.-ri.h. Garul A 267 


Barn.- Barbara - -.22 




Ba„ -1, ,. „ .. ''._• 


Br. 


.rd. \li.al. S 161 


Bell. Brian L. 225 


Berenbr.jiik S|arr iF 11 1 


Barm-. Bilh M 




Ba.-.-ll ll....al.| 1 


B,-, 


ird. Shirk-, II 


Bell. Daniel L. 


Birg. Dr. ama F 
Berge. Th. ..dorr J 


Barn.- I lara | 




Ba-,.. |..|in„, 1 


B,-. 


.rd. Allium 1 


Bell. DennLS M. 


Barn.-,, 1 ni.-l. 




Ba,ln,,l l,arl,-, K 


B,-. 


,rd,-n liar, | 


Bell, lanel | 


Brrgr. Thoma, F 


Barn.-, K„c,n,- N 




lla,|„,, la„,l K 


B,- 


,.|,-, |,„k,r| 


Bell. J, mall L 


Berg.-n. KrvinJ 


Barn,-. K.i V H. 




Ba,liii. Hi. k,-, | 375 


B,. 


,,|,-, 1 ,i„l,, K 


BrII. Mareij M 522 


BrrEin,ki. Gonstanrr 
Bergslrasser. Denni, 


Barn,.,. Iam,.,ll, 522 




Ba,l,ii. William S. |r 463 


B,, 




Bell. Williams 312.323 


Barn,.,, \mh V,. 260.tfi3 


Ba„,- \larj,,ri,- K 


11,-- 


i„,n 1 III r, 1 1 102 


Bellair,. Drbiirali K 


Barn,-, Kimb.-rK K 5; 


12 


Bal,h, Mar, 1 


Br, 


r,lon. Kallil.-,-,, A 


Brilair,. Il„„ t 


Berlmg. .Vlargarel M 


Barn, ,. Mar> S. 




Bal,- 1 .,„,l,„ 1 I'I2 


Be, 


illv.Anlhan, 


B.llair,. rii.nald K . |r 


Berndl. Gar, 1. 


Barn.-. \a„m, R 




Bal,- Il.,ll,i, 1 Jl'l 


B.-. 


illv.CnIlnall 402 


B, llair,. Mar, 


Berner. Joseph 1'. |r 
Bern.-r. Str,rn R 


Barn,-, ^■al,^ C 2l'1.3tl4 


Bat.'- Ii.-I...ral, .-, 


B.- 


al,.rar.jH) 102 


Brilam,. I)rb„rahj 


Barn,-. B,.iinie E. 




Bal,. l-ar, H 


Br 


al, Indill, \ I'i2 


Brllam,.|„l,nH 403 


Bern.-r. Susan L 395 


Barn,.,. Sandra L. 




Ba -„ri;. .1. 301 

Bal.. Inn 1 


11.- 




Bellam,. M Krnn.-ll,. |r 361 
Be|lam,.|-ri,.,lla 


Bern.-r Caul L 219 395 


Barn.ll. B.rky A. 522 


1;. 


.,, ,- l>, l,i.i,.li I, 11,1 


Bern. Angela | 522 


Barn.ll. Br.nda K. 




B.,1,-. Ka,„la,.- 1. 


B. 




Bellam,. Sallir R 


Berr,.L)artl R 


Barinll.lla.lL. 




Bal,.,. Mar, la A. 330.522 


B.- 




Bellamy, Virsil B 


B.-rry. David S 


Barnrtl. Harrv N. 




Bal,-,. 116,,- 1; 


B.- 


rk, Brr'nar.l s 


Bellando, Lda D. 


B.-rry. Dennis K 


Barnrll.JamfsE 361 




Bal.-sPaln.-iaC 


Bc 


ik. Da 


Bellinger, Dennis S. 


Berry. Georgirlla L. 164 


BarnHt. James L. 




Bal,-,. R,.brrll) 522 


Br 


ck. David K 201 [.12 


Bellis, Eddie K. 


B.-rry.. lean D 




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Brr.ajlia Bill 
Brr.anin, » 



llrr„l„il l.aurenrr A 
BrrMlnril. I'ji.l | 

Brrlkr I ,i|ili,„M 

B, rlranJ A,, ,1a 1. .195.318.320 
Brilra„,l. R,,l,erl | . |r 107.209.220.395 



Br, 



. Hal 



. Riibrri S 



Be,l. Martha F 377,493 
BETA THFTA PI 356 
Bellk- l.onnir E, 377,464 



Brver 


1,, Kalhv 1 


B.-,'-r 


1, , l,„a \ 403 


Br,ni 


-, lonrki R 522 


Bhilil 


mlarph Gliirdkul 


Bilil.l 




B-I.l,. 


llilli, 1 ',22 


Il,l„ll 


,,,„., 11 Nan, , 1 330,3,53 


111, k. 


1 SI, ., ,, \ 2(,0 


Bi. ki- 


r-, Daiiiil K, 


Bidari 


lan, Abba, 


Bidar: 


lan, Akbar 


Bidar 


ian,JanireK 


Bidar 


lan, Mohammad 


Birbn 


. Mar, A 464 


Birl, , 


ki Rl, hard 1 445 


B„ 1. . 


k, >ara R 


B.rl, 1 


,13 lan. 1 M 324..341, 383.464 


h„ rl, 


, Mar, A 103 


II, uc. 


n. I,..ral. A 264.265.522 



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Itlllll 


■^.iti.li 
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illllll 








1- 1', 


ilrii 1.1 


Hillii 


■T \1 


II ii.it 1 



rJ. 1.- 



nilra 1. 305.322 
Binggrh. William I. 
Bingham. Bni, A G 445.320 
BIDl.OGl Gl.l B3I5 
Bireh. lohaM 
Birrhlield.Ghr.,linr 522 
Bitehtield. Harold W, 
Birchwrll.Gar, W 307 
Bird. Edward J 403 
Bird. Joy E. 
Bird. Nancy E. 395 
Bird, Sarah E. 339 
Birdsryc. Deborah II 



Index and Directory 579 



Birkinl.i.ir,»,llijriiK J43.322 

B kIij, [,.. 4 ',22 

B,s( cclu. \ljr> > Mt 
B.Ji. r. Bru,, l„ 
Bishop. Bnrli;.t A 
Bishop. I jr.,1 M 
Bishop. Cljrj K. 
Bishop, CLv M, 373.395 
Bishop. David M. 
Bishop. IhiuKlj- W 
Bishop lluiehl K III I 



14'. 



Bi-U. lldiMi'll. 4hl 

Blsic MJ^^ C 522 

BislE. Suiidr.1 K. r.. 

Bilstui. Edwjrd A. 

Bivins. Lonlla F. W. 395 

Biviiis. Cljudi' B 

Bb.k. Uonilj K. 

Binrk. Uoualjs K. |IJ7. 309.395 

Black, Cilrs I 53 

Bljik. i;on«.llj 493 

BIj. k (.oldol, I. 

Bb. k l.,.c \ 

Bb.k hoi.sl. 

Bla. k |.rr, ft 4(, I 



hij.k k.iMi.rl, 1 

BL.k k.linrll, t 

Bljd. \.,ioi K 
Blark. KoeiT W 
BIjck. R,„ C.J, 
Blarkburn. BrvirK J. 
Bliikburn Bill R 
Bll.kl.on, II I I 

111 , U. ,M, 1 ■!. M h 



BIdckbuni. \Ln A 404 
Bldikbuni. Sji.drj M 
Blackburn. Sjundra k 493 
Blaikburn.Slrnhin I- 
BUckburn.ftiliiainF 
Blaiklord. Larry 
Blackford. Sauiidra R 
Blackman. Cordon R. 
Blackuill. <: Uuucla. 
Blaikurll.Marearila 
Black Kcll. Rminirft. 
Blackw, II, Rulh A 464 



ladin. 



sanM 



-am. Richard A 313.493 
Blame. Rc« L, 
Blair. lame. F 395 
Blair. Mariha L 
Blair. Mar) J. 493 
Blair. R.brcca J. 523 
Blair. Thomas C. 
Blair. William E. 
Blake. Fred L. 
Blakr, Sara F 292,464 
Blakrman B.l,> K 
Blakcmaii, |n.,ph T 313 
Blak.morr, ( onnic S 
Blakrm,.r. ft.,„llulk H 
Blak.r |j.k 11 
Blako Ai.il I. 



BU 



, Naii. > 1 I 
Blaklo, limolh> N 
Blanc, Linda L 396 
Blanchard, Paul II, Id? 
Bland, Rebecca A, 215,219.396,3211 
Bland, Tiinolhv .1 
Blandford, Barbaras 
Blandlord, |jneM 523 
Blandf.ird. R.iberl S 
Blandlord, Sleven I 
Blanlord,Llavid P 164 
Blank, Marv H 353,396 
Blankenship, Barbara 39|j 
Blankenship,J ftaww 493 
Blankenship, I'aerC 217,464 
Blanlon. Bambi L 
Blanlon. Damon H.Jr 
Blan,on,Dewe,,Jr 
Blanlon, Donald F, 523 
Rlanli.n |e„niferK, 
mji.ii.ii Mae A, 
llUiiliiii \ickiL, S, 
lllj-iii. I i.heD 
ll!j>l,,.k lljvid F, 
Ulail... k, Laura S, 
HL,>l,.ik MirhaelJ- 
llliil-.e Arlhur225 
bliilsiii , l.liarlcsL, 
Bhiiellcr, AnilaL. T, 
Belven-s, Dale M. 385.493 
Blrvini. Clenda C, W, 
Blevm.s. (luv P, 
Blevins.Jerr) D, 
Blevins,JohnD, 
Belvms, Pamela M, 
BIfvins, Ralph 0, 396 
Blewill, Kenneth 1 
Bhrk isnihij K 3111,317,323 



Blii 



, ft 



111 sl'lKlj HI. 

Bl....i''nir lii.i.ald 1 "l64 
Bloomer, Marv Lee \ 464 
Blounl, Sharon C. B. 
Blum. Charles R. 
Blum. Diane 
Blum. John C 
Boardman. Karen L. 
Bobberl, Lois M, 
Boblilt. Larry W. 464 
Bobjier. Mark A. 
Bodey. Thomas A 
Bochler. Wilham B 
Boehm. Dennis C 
Boehnlein. ChailesL. 
Boes, Linda A 3211,464 



ll,,u. i 



H.ii-ii, I li,,,l,. tli \ 164 

B..BB-. Kriii,. 

Bo^s. Lonnie 

Boiss. Michael J. 523 

Boges. Nancy E. 317.353.396 

Bongs. Paul D. 523 

Boggs. Roberl B. 

Boggs, Thomas D, 264,396 

Bogie, Debra R, 

Bogie, Edilh C 

Bogie. George A, 

Bohanan, James M, 

Bohnsledl, Charles*, 523 

Buhon, Riiy L. 

Bohon. Sue A, S, 

Boian, Allan ft 464 

Boian, Ronald v 

Boland, Deborah A 164 

Boldmg, R.iberl J 

BuldC Joseph C. 



Bole. 



, Ro 



lin. Lyn 
Boling. George G. 
Boling, Wayne L. 
Boiling. JulienH, 
Bulog. Krilh F, 
Bolog, Laura F, 
Bolster. Diane L, 
Boll,JudilhL, 
Bidlon, Charles E, 
Biillon, Edward A, 
Bollon, Gerald R„Jr 



, Rosrr 



ary 



Bollon,ftallaceft 

Bolus, Ri. hard I 

Bonagura, IleLra A 345,464 

Bonar. Richard I, 

Bonar, Ronda M, 493 

Bond, Jem ft. 

Bond. Peggy S A, 

Bond, Tvrone M, 

Bonfield, Patrick D, 

Bcuiham, Chris P, 

Boniii, Tina L, 523 

B..nn, llavid E, 

ierly A, 
396 



nner, Beverly 
nner,Johnl? 



, Tho 



sH, 



iksliiKl .'H 



K,,l., H II 
I 



1) 

II 

B.jolh, 1., sli. k 367 
Booihe, Anne 1. 
Soothe. Judith A, 
Boothe, Linda G 
Boothe, Tamara K, 493 
Bordas. John F. 
Borden, Billv [ 
Borden. Curtis J 
Borders, Calhv J II, 
Borders, Frances I 
Border.. Jane A 396 
Borders. Kathrvn A 523 
" en. David A 251 



Borhii 



Ki.k I 



ill A 



Bo.lelman, Kenneth P. 
B.i.lcr, lane A T 
Bii-ler K. chard I, 
Bo-li. Flhel I 44'i 
B...loii 1 jlhv I -,23 
B..-1..I1, \jn, c \ 493 
I).. -Ion R.idn... ft 

ll..->..|| lliiresj k I'il 



B..1I 
b.ilkii 



ilK K 



11.1 



B..ttom, Eliiabelb B 464 
Bottom, Mar-I.al. 523 
Bottom, Riibirl 1, 
Bottom, Ronnie P 373 
Bottom, Vickil 523 
Bi.lt.nn., \ila L, S 493 
Botl.im., Richard L 377,524 
Botlom., RiiharJ L, 493 
Bottoms Sharon K- 524 
Bolturft. Charles T 396 
Butts, Eliilabelh A, 
Bourne. Ann K. 524 
Bou.i.r, johiiL 



Bo«r„ I I,, id I' 

Bowen, Ramon ^ 
Bovven, Ronald I 

B.....r- 1 ynnM 



11., 1. 


e,, Marv J 


Bow 


es. Patrick J. 


Bow 


in. Annas. 


Bow 


in. Katherin 


Bow 




BU» 


l.l,\i; ,34 


Bow 


iiig, Al ■ P 


Bow 


ing, Barbara 


Bow 


iiig, BdK.Jr 




Dr. Doug Nieland demonstrates his boa to an interested observer. 



Biiu 


iiit, llir.hel K 


Bow 


Ills, Homer 


Bow 


iiig, ICarhloii 288 


Buw 


iig, lame. A 493 


Bo.. 




Bo« 


iig' L.irene 1 


B..W 




B.iw 


ng. Margaret A. 


Bow 


ng. Mary L. 


Bowl 


ng. Mary L, 


Bowl 


ng. Michael 


Bowl 


ng. Richard P. 


Bowl 


ng, Roberl J, 


Bowl 


ng, Ronald D, 197 


Bo«l 


iig, Ronnie 


B..1.I 


ng, Su/anne R. 


Bo>.l 


ng, Thomas A 524 


Bo«n 


nan. Barbara A 271.464 


B.,w, 


nan. Beverly A, S. 


Bowr 


nan,Charle. R 


Bown 


nan, Cliflene C, 


Bown 


lan, Edward J 34 


Bow, 


tan, Harold G 464 


Buwn 


lan, Herel 


Bown 


ran, James A 217 


Bown 


ian,Johnda L 


Bown 


an. Larry 


Bown 


an.NanciA, 39- 


Bown 


an. Steve A, 493 


Bowman. Tracy L, 341.524 


Boyd 


Billy J, 


Boyd 


Elmo D 225,260 


Boyd 


ludy M 524 


B..yd 


Melodic 1. 


B.i.d 


Mi. rri A 


Bovd 


1 r.el315 


Boyd 


ftendell 


Bo, e. 


Timmy L, 


Bovie 


James D, 


Boile 


Joseph R, 524 


Boyle 


^ancy H, 


Brace 


.Lisa A. 


Brack 


n. Daniel B, 


Brack 


II, Charles T, 397 


Bradb 


ury,Phil \, 


Bradb 


ary, Ramona 1. 


Brade 


I, Barbara A 464 


Brade 


, Thomas H 


Bradh 


y. Almond \ 


Bradb 


v, Aull Jr 


Bradh 


y, Debbie 1, 452 


Bradh 


y, Dorothy S 


Bradh 


1, Margaret D. 524 


Bradle 


v, RosaleeB, 



Bradley, Steven A. 
Bradley, TommieC, 493 
Bradshaw, Raphael F, 
Bradstreet. Michael A, 493 
Brady, Barbara L 
Brady, Constance A- 
Brady. James L. 
Brady, MarcellaC, 
Brady, Mary K, 371,524 
Brag, Ken 164 
Bragwell, Jerry ft 
Brake. Olen C , Jr 357 



Brammer, Kenneth ft, 
Brammer, Wardlow L 
Branam, Margar.t P 320 
Branam, Roy 11. 
Branch, Frank, |r 
Branch, I,i,.a A 339,493 
Branch, Mary E 
Brand, Edwin t, 
Brandenburg, Ba.bara 
Brandenburg, Charle. 
Brandenburg, David L, 
Brandenburg, Diana C. 
Brandenburg, Douglas 
Brandenburg, Janet W. 
Brandenburg, Kenneth 524 
Brandenburg, Paul S, 
Brand.nburg. Ronnie 1. 
Branden.lpin, David C 367,493 
Branham. Deborah J. 
Branham. Jerry L 251 
Branham. Judith A, 397 
Branim,JoE 
Branom, Cvnlhia A, 452 
Branscome, Wendell L, 
Bran.lell. r, Alicia F, 
Brant, Dennis G. 2S2 
Brashear, Alan C, 524 
Bra.hrar. Anna M 524 
Bra,.hear. Ellen K 
Bra.hear.Jo Ann 
Brashear. Phdip W, 
Brashear, Vicki A, 
Brauch, David R, 
Braun, \ancy D 397 
Brautigam, Ellen I, 296,315,464 
Brav,JohnM 
Brav, Kenneth D 493 
Breckel, Kenneth L. 524 



Brenner, John W, 
Brenl, Sandra L, 397 
Brenljel, Calhy M. S, 
Brent/el, Stewart E, 397 
Bre.iien, Pain, la R 



, Betty 



D, 



Charle. A. 



Brei, 


r, Kenneth E, 


Br.i. 


r, Kim M 524 


Br.w 


r, Mark S. 






Br.w 


r. Nan., 11 219,397 


Br.w 


r, \elda S 


Brew 


r, Orville L. 


Brew 


er. Teresa L, 524 


Brew 


rr.WdliamD„Jr 359 


Brian 


David A, 


Brian, 


David K, 158 


Bricki 


ig. Nanc, 1., 


Bride, 


.11, Karens, M, 


Bridg. 


man. Da, id L 493 


Bridg. 


s. Albert CJr 


Bridg, 


..Gregory J, 


Bridge 


., Lonnn- S 


Bridg. 


.. Mary E, 


Bndg, 


water, George S, 


Bridw 


II. Gail A, 


Bridw 


II, Harold D, 309,525 


Brigg. 


leltre, D, 


Brigg. 


l.a„ana.560 


Bright 


Charle. R, 397 


Bright 


Shern J, 452 


Bright 


Vickie L, 341,525 


Bright 


i-ell, DorisJ,525 


Brde, 


Jam.sE 111 


Brill, 


. A, 11, 493 


Brill, 


.die A. 214,217 


Brill, 


>hn ft 


Brind 


y. George E, 


Bnneg 


ar, Rebecca C, 493,3 1' 


Brme, 


Susan M, 464 


Brinkn 


an. I,aiira A, 


Brinkn 


ann, Timolh, 1, 


Brk.ccH 


. Wilham A, " 


Brislin 


Ralph J, 


Bristo, 


. Cecil E, 



Brislow. Steven R. 193 



580 Index and Director\' 



Hnlljiii, K,rv K. 
llnll.i.i, lit. B.ir\ T 
Ucujiiduv Bill\ W. 
Br.uddu-. Ilnnda W. 
Ilr..jdii.i-, Ijiuci'M. 
Bc.,,,Jd.is. Iiiinv A. 
Bn.jd.i-, lijrbara M. 
Br...id.i~, I rank F. 260 
Br.uduill. I'.jrv C. 147.465 
Ur.uk. Alli.-.i W. 
Bto.k. 11. I,..rj|i K. 351 
Br.i.k, ll.iwjrd 
Br.,.k, P.,lri.ia I,. 
Br...k. I'l.ill.i) 
■■ i.k, I'liilli. K. 



I. Kli. 



Br... k. K,i 
Br,).k.n 
l!n..k..i 

Br...'km.iii. WillM 
BHIICMON 44 
Br.,dl, Kd»ard R 



J. 525 
R 

F. 445 



Br..uk~, Ijllii I 
Br,.,.!.-,. L},„m 11 
Bn.uks Hjrri 1.. 
Brook., ll.,^v^^ t 
Br....k., Idj M. 

Broi.k.J .11 F 

Br....k-, K 

Br,>.ik«. \l.. ln.lW 
Br,.ukv K..b.rl 4f)5 
Br...>k- K..l..rl M. 



■Iv I 



. Valrrif A 331,493 

..rvIL, 493 

lid K- 214.314.452,4 



m. Dr. Harry 325 
Ti. Howard W. 237. 
.n.JackL- 52 
'n.Ja 



,242 



Brown, JacaueL. 
Brown, Jan \1. 
Brown. Jfllrti L. 
Br..wn.J.nni(WE 
Brown, Jimm> K 
Brown, John H, 
Brown, John \l„Jr 
Brown, John R, 
Brown, Jo>rph ft, 
BrowT,.Jo>ce A, 342,465 
Brown, Judilh 
Brown, Jud.lhC, 397 
Brown. Judi G, 525 
Brown, Karen K, 
Brown, Kf ilh D, 331.359 
Brown, Kennclh L. 
Brown. K.nnelh R, 



■n, Lnghanna F, 
n. Lfnila A. 452 
■n. Linda F. 
•n. Urella J. 397 
..Martha J. 494 



1. Man E. 
1. MirhaH D. 
1. Mi.hael H. 
i.M.cha.-lJ. 



1. Rcbicca P. 
1. Richard C. 371 
.. Richard L. 
1. Robcrl A. 367 
1, Robcrl T. 
1, Ronald D, 
1. Ronald G, 
1, Rosclta 
1. Rvan K, 494 



., Sandra L. 452 
i'. Sharon L. 397 



..W.lli 


an 


iIJ. 


319,525 


i.ttilh 




iR. 




., ft.ll. 


aiT 


iR.. 


11 


., Willi 


air 


iS. 




id.Gh. 


irl. 


i-sN 




ifi.-ld. 


Fa 


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.■ A. 216, 3111.317.397 



„ l)r Gordon 325 



, R..b.-rt L. 
R.iB.r D, 295 
K.maliil), 



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B... )..... J.I 


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Bu 
Bu 

Bi. 
Bu 
Bu 


ck. Ibborah 1„ 345.,i: 
,k, Rubv.-G, 
.kbol/, Sljr\ A 397 
.k.nsham, Palricia49 
, kl.r, FrankhnO. 


Bu 


. kl.r, R.igcr G, 



\l.. 



, I..' 

, Robr, 



Bu.k,., 

Bu.kn. 

Budro,-, Robrrl M, 525 

Budanski, Anna M, 309.313 

Budzonsk). Euginc F. 367 

Burhncr,Jamrs K, 211,51,377,397 

Buchncr, Ted A. 525 

Bucll, R, Charlisa 

Bucs, James P, 

Bulfin. EdwardJ.252 

Bulfinelon. Gwen R. 

Bugg. Bnnda M. 525 

Bugg, David T. 465 

Bugg, Mark D. 

Buis. Bemal C. 

Buis, PeMy S. 

Bukf nhoFer. Ceorgf A. 

Buky, Owen K. 525 

Bulen. Dennis W. 

Bulishak. Daniel J. 

Bullard. Dan D. 

Bull™. Kalhry n R. 525 

Bullen. Stephen G. 

Bulllns. CecJ K. 

Bullock. James L, 

Bullock.Judy G. H. 

Bullock. Judilh A. 

Bullock. Patty A. 

Bullock, Shat ' 



ullock, Shai 



lE, 



Bumeardner, Dixie A. B 
Bumgardnet, Ruth M, 
Bumgardner, ShedaJ.465 
Bumgarner, Kalhryn A. 
Buncc, Donn D, 465 
Bunce. Kimn S. 525 
Bunch, Carol A. 494 



Bunch. David M. 
Bunch. Maty L. 
B.uirhPhvlIis A. 



II.....I1 ^..ph..- M. 



Bureklcv. AnnK. 339 
Burden. Deborah K. 
Burden. Margaret A. 
Burden, Michael L, 
Burden Kebe. ra « 



Burgan, Terric L, 
Burg,', Bonnie A, 
Burgen.r, .Nita C, M. 
Burger. Barbara A. 
Burgc.is.JackC.ll 
Burges-s. Judith E. 
Burgin, Rhoda L, 465 
Burgin, Ricky H. 
Burgio. David E. 
Burgos, Jack 359 
Burk. Edward M. 
Burk. Mane C. 
Burk. Steven D. 
Burke. Ellen M. 
Buckc. Emily A. 371 
Burke. Larry C. 
Burke. MonaC. 525 
Burke. Pamela S. 
Burke. Patricia A. 
Burke, Roger W. 287 
Burke, Sammy M. 
Burke, Sheila L, 
Burkelt,Dr R, Dean 318 
BMkharl. lohr. 149 
Burkhardt, Nigel D, 
Burkhardt, Richard H, 
Burkhardt, Virginia A. 
Burks, Darrell W. 525 
Burks. Doreen 0. 525 
Burks, Ins 
Burks, JanisD. 398 
Burks, Martha L. 
Burks, Wesley G. 525 
Burlage, Mary J. 317,398 
Burnell. Ja.son C. 
Burnett, Debbie L. 494 
Burnett, Georgia A. P. 
Burnett, Leslie L. 
Burnett, Michael A. 
Burnett. Tern J. 
Burnette. Kathleen 
Burnette, Ronald F. 
Burns. Caron A. 525 
Burns. Choon D. 
Burns. Jack W. 
Burns. James F. 398 
Burns, Karen J. 494 
Burns, Karen S- 525 
Burns, Mane J. 
Burns, Rhonda G, 494 
Burns, Robert W, 
Burns Sara A. 
Burns, Susan J 
Burns, Wdlia ' 



s,s Mai 



. H. 



Burns, Caria J- 219,398.320 
Burns, David R, 
Burns, Deborah K, 465 
Burns, Peter W, 398 
Burru.ss. CanieJ. 
Burson, Leslie A. 
Burton. Barbara B. 



Burt 



n, Ben 



rton. BJIy H. 
Burton. Bobby C. 
Burton. Constance B. 
Burton, Danny C. 
Burton. David G. 
Burton. Edward J. 
Burton, Emogene 
Burton, Faye E. 
Burton, Janets. 525 
Burton, John H. 
Burfon.JohnL. 379.462 
Burton, Lerrainc 
Burton, Mary A. 
Burton. Paul R. 
Burton. Wayne T. 
Burwinkel. Mavra A. 
Busch. James M. 
BUSINESS, COLLEGE OF 170 
Bush, Gary L. 
Bush. George W. 
Bush. Ilermnn 220 
Bush, Jennifer L. 
Bush. Marshall Lanier 
Bush, Nora K. 
Bush. Paula C. 
Bushkar, Terri G. 
Bus-sell. James G, 
Bussell.JohnH. 
Bussell. Roger D. 367,465 
Bussey , Linda K. 
Butcher. Betty R. 
Butler, David L. 
Butler, KathleenJ, 
Butler, Larry J, 357 
Butler. Margaret E. 525 
Butler. Michael L. 161 
Butler. Robert A. 315,369 
Butler, Robert E, 
Butler, Robert S, 



I, Jacqui-lineL. 327,194 
, Lee A, 



Bvars, DonW.Jr, 
Bvars, Irvine M„ 111 
Bybee, Lynne R, 525 
Bybee, Troy C. 
Byerly. Steve L. 525 
Byers. Dale A. 494 
Byers. MarlaJ.494 
Byhre, Edward P, 



Bihr. 



•iM 



Bw.l II.. ...I,. I. t'l'. 

Bir.l ll.,..al.l K 

Byrd,ErKe W , Jr 

Bvrd, Francs 3,30 

Byrd, Hugh 155 

Bvrd, Jose phus 398 

Byrd, Judith A. 

Byrd, Marilyn V, L, 347,398 

Byrd, Mary C, 



, AlanR, 



Cabral, Wayne F 
CADllCEllS CLUB 314 
Cady, KathrynM, 
CAFETERIA 36 
Cahal, Mona G. 
Cain, Anna R, 
Cain, Cathy S 



Cam, P.nny U 
Cairel, James B 
Cairncross, Elba B, 
Caisango. Rob.rt J. 
Cajka. Joseph P. 
Caldcr. Corinne E. 
Calder. Graham B, 525 
Caldwell, Andy L, 
Caldwell. Daria G. 
Caldwell. Debra K, 
Caldwell, n.ir.v 
Caldw.ll l.l.iria A 398 
i.aldw.lj \l..l.j. lU 
Caldwell, Kub.l J I 
Calhoun. Gilbert L, 
Calhoun. Lesley D, 
Calhoun. Patrick W. 525 
Calico. Fred L. 



365 



Cahc 



, Patri 



, Ruth A, 
Calkin, Gerald 248 
Call, Barbara J. 
Call, Debbie L, 
Callahan. Daniel 

Callahan, Martha R. 349,377,465 
Callahan, Rosemary 
Callender, David K, 

otte, Sandra L, 526 



Calm 



■ahH. 



Caltharp, Craig 371 
Calvert, Archie C, 
Calvert, Cara R, 



1.1. ~aK 
.ch,S 



r M 



Cameron, Charlo 
Cameron, James E 286,398 
Cameron, James T 
Cameron, Lois R, 465 
Camic, Larry D, 
Cammon, Herbert L. 
Camp, Donna L, 
Camp, Wynella Y. 347,398 
Campbell, Betsy A. 
Campbell, Betsy K, 
Campbell, Betty J 466 
Campbell. Brenda B. 
Campbell, Brenda M. 
CampbeU. Bruce 
Campbell. Carol A. 
Campbell, Charles D. 526 
Campbell. Craig C. 
Campbell, David B, 
Campbell, Deborah S. 316,526 
CampbeU. Denise A. 526 
Campbell, Donna F. 526 
Campbell, Douglas 
Campbell, Elizabeth V 
Campbell, Emma F, 453 
Campbell, Frances 215,398 
Campbell, Gary D, 
Campbell. James S. 
Campbell, James S. 
Campbell, Jeffrey A. 526 
Campbell, Jes.se A. 
Campbell. John C, 
Campbell, Joyce C. 
Campbell, Kathleen D. 
Campbell, Kenneth A, 466 
Campbell, Kevin R, 260,373,495 
Campbell. Kip M. 526 
Campbell, Leslie J. 
Campbell. Marion D, 
Campbell. Mary S, 
Campbell. Mearl 
Campbell. Melvin 
Campbell. Michael A. 
Campbell. Philip H. 
Campbell, Phyllis A. 
Campbell, Richard H. 377 
CampbeU. Rocky L. 398 
Campbell, Ronnie 225 
CampbeU, Sherry L- 
CampbeU, Stephen D. 
CampbeU, Wanda L, 
CampbeU, Wdma D, 466 
Canaday, E, Bradley 
Canan, Wdliam T, 
Cance, Marda K, 
Cance, Perry C. 323,398 
Canficld.JohnP. 
Cann. Steven C. 



Cannon, Alice A 371.495 
Cannon, Carl A. 315,495 
Cannon. Dlllard,Jr 
Cannon. George J. 
Cannon, Jennifer A. 
Cannon. Lois A. 
Canter, J immyK. 
Canter, Paul A 323 
Canter, Ricky L, 
Canterbury, Barbara B. 
Canterbury. Herbert P, 
Canterbury, Paula J 
CantraU. Roy S. 398 



CantreU.Ja 



■sM, 



Cape. Larry R. 
Caplin. Jeanene c. 
Capoccia. Karen S, 
Capps. Dwight D. 
Capps. Linda F. 
Capps. Richard M. 
larJ.n Gay I. 526 
I ,... t II........ I 



I a..i, K,,llii 1 195 

l.arcv. Michael L. 495 

Carey, Pamela A, 

Carey, Violet D. 495 

Carfield, Barbara 

Carfield, W, E, 323 

Carle, Richard 0. 

Carlin, George E, 

Carlock. Patsye E. 526 

Carlton, Diane M, 

Carman, Calhryn A. 198,349,211,215, 

216,317,324,332,398 
Carman, Pamela K, 466 
Carmickle, Hal T. 
rjrniicic, IkborahK, 351,466 






irp. iil.r. Bar 



jrl.. N Jr 225 

... » 198,320 

, / Juord U 225 



Carpenter, Chalmer R, 
Carpenter, Daniel L, 
Carpenter, David M, 
Carpenter, Emily W 466 
Carpenter, Leonote M, 
Carpenter, Martin ,A. 
Carpenter, Patricia G. 
Carpenter, Sheila J 495 
Carpenter, William R 
Can, Gloria T. 
Carr, HollieJ. 
Carr, James R, 371 
Carr. Jan E. 

Can! Mary s'. 286.526 
Carr. Micheal W. 
Carr. Susan J. 140 
Carr. Tony M. 
Cameo. Larry K. 
Carrico. Nancy L. 526 
Carrier, Landal D. 
Carrier, Norma M, V, 
Carrier, Regina S, M. 
Carrdlo. Connie S. 
Carrington. Debra 
Carrington.John A., Jr. 
CanoU.CarolJ, 
CarroU. Donald E. 
CarroD. Donna L. 526 
CarroU. Gerald A. 313 
Canoll. James R, 
Carroll Mi.hael E 



..II I'l.lll.sS 



..as K 



, F 466 



Carson, EtI.el M, 347,495 
Cirson. Kelly R, 398 
Carson. Martha G, 
Carson. Steve A, 359 
Carson. Timothy C. 
Carter, Anderson M,, Jr, 
Carter, Anderson M,, Sr 
Carter. Becky F 
Carter. ChaHes M. 398 
Carter. Charles R, 526 
Carter. David K. 
Carter. EInora T. 
Carter, Gary L. 
Carter, Georgia K, 
Carter, Gloria S, 
Carter, Helen E, 526 
Carter, Helen E, 
Carter, Karen L. 398 
Carter, Kenneth M. 
Carter. Linden A, 
Carter, Lisa L, 526 
Carter, Lisa L. 560 
Carter, Loretta K. 
Carter, Luta S. 
Carter, Marshall T, 
Carter, Robert 323 
Carter, Rose N, 
Canrr, Samuel J. 
Carter, Stephen E, 309,398 
Carter, Susan A. 320 
Carter, Tcri^a D, 347 
Carter, Terry 1.316,526 
Carter, Tonya M. 526 
Carter, Tracy B. 
Carter, Valerie J, 
Carter, Veronica L, 
Carter, William E, 111 526 
Carter, William H- 
Cartier, Michelle L, 
earlier, R, E 221) 
Cartledge, Calvin 
Cartuyvelle.s Richard 
Caruso, Kristin F, 466 
Carver, Bobby E, 
Carver, Geon 361 
Case, Jerry T. 
Case, Kathleens. 398 
Case, Lahoma L, 526 
Case,WdliamG, 
Casey, Deborah G, 495 
Casey, Michael A. 
Casey. Rosemane 
Casey. Wilda F. 526 
Cash. ClaudinniaB. 



Index and Directory 581 



Cjsh. Dor.. K 

Ij.h. Hjrold L 

i.j.h. Mjr> N- 

( j-h, PjiiirU L. C. W5 

( d-h PilrifijJ- 310 

( a-h, Ru.in.c D 

c j-hdolUt Susan M 3S3,52(> 

i;a.,m,r.jamesj 

ta^on. R.lwrca M- 



i...di, Lloyd G. 
isl, [lapliiuj. 166 
,-lano,Jam«R 
i.lffi, \nerla M WS 



( j.[lr, NUr. II 
Cj,.lle, Kob.f1 LI 
li-Uf, M..^lf^ \l 
I a.lk, M.-oii tt M 



I jUtll.S.lliamN, 
i,\rLINltLUB304 
l,at,on. James E. 
IJaUon. Samuel W. 
(judill, lamn.M. 
l-aud.ll. Brenda K. 
Caudill, Charles D. 526 
Caudill. Garlis 466 
Caudill. Hassel R. 
audill.Ja>neK. 
Caudill, John M 
Caudiil. Kenneth B. 
audill, Lawrence M. 
CaudilL Lee A- 
CauddL Lois A. 466 
CaudilL Nliiharl 
Ijudill, Ova R 
Cauddl. Pamela 520 
Caudill, Pamela A 466 
Caudill. Randall 
Qudill. Randall E. 
CaudilL Samuel NL 495 
Caudill. Sandra 
Caudill. Sharon R 
Caudill. Vukie L 4i)5 
Caulk Michael L. 
Causev. Donald R . 398 
Cave, bills L 
Cecil. Anihonv B 406 
Cecil Connie S U 
CeciL David J 196,2119,318 
U-cJ, Donald E 
Cecil, Donna J 
l>cd, Man C, 466 
Cecil Ralph E. 
CecJ. RoM-ann 
Cenlec. Bienda L 
Ca-nlers, Linda L 398 
CENTRAL I MVERSITl 
COLLEGE 142 

.Jo,.,phA 373 



Cere 



le, Mai 



1 H. 



Cemish, Bnan 323 

Cessna, Claybom, Jr 

Chadweli. Carol A. 453 

Chadwell, Johnni E. 360 

Chadweli Leilie C, 

ChadweU. Rickv C. 406 

Ulaffin, Deborah 495 

Chaffln.s, Philip M 

Chaffins, Tnidv S 

Chamberlain, H. hirk 526 

Chamberlain. Hannah R, 

Chamberlain. Rick E 

Chambers, \niie L B 

Chambers Ava E. 

Chambers, Dale M 

Chambers, Paul T 520 

Chambers, Penny P 

Chambers, njIiamK- 361 

Chandler. Jimmv C 

Chandler, Samuel W. 

Chandra, Inge Hclny 

Chane. Indnanasy C, K. 495 

Chancy, Dennis W, 398 

Chancy, Jerry 

Chancy. Sella M 

Chaney, Patricia A 

Chancy. Sandra L 292.495 

Chaney. Thelma M 

Chang, Chun ft. 29i44S 

Chapman, Allan R 

I3iapman, Gary A. 466 

Chapman. Gwendolyn C. 

Chapman. Patrick F, 

Chapman, Ronald L 

Chapman, Truby 

Chappell Raymond M, 

Charles, Duana L. 466 

Charleslon, Charles K, 

Charleslon, Colleen J. 
ChamcsJayC. 
Chase, Larry 141 
Chasteen, Dayid B. 341,359 
Chasteen, John K- 
Qiasleen, Ronald K. 
Chaitain, Cory 150 
CJlaudom, Barbara A. 292,495 
Chavez, Andrew E. 
Cheap, Melinda A. 
Cheap, Susan E. 526 



Chei 



, Bc^ 



Cheatham, James E. 
Cheatham. John 248 
Cheatham. Larry D. 
Cheatham, Pamela ft 398 
Cheek, Alan B. 357.495 
Cheek. Ronald ft 
CHEERLEADERS 301 
CHEMISTRY CLLB 314 
Clien, Harry S. 
Chen, Tai Sheng 445 
Chcnaull, Amanda 
Chenaull. Boyd C. 
Qienaull. Cecil 



Chenault, Deborah J. 
Chenaull, Douglas W 
Chenault, Helen P. 
ChenaulC Patsy D. 
Chenault, Raymond G. 
Chenaull, ftilliam F, 
Cheney,ftdliamR. 
Cherr>'holmes, Eric J 204 
Cherryholmes, Scoll G 26 1.265 
Cheser, Donald B 
Chesley, Richard L 



Che: 



ul, Eo 



ChesnuL Linda F 466,316 

ChesnuU Ruth A 

CheuvronU Ann L, 2%,3II4,466 

Chu Ceiiha P. 445 

Chi, Margaret P 291445 

CHI OMEGA 344 

Chiaramonle, Jeanne K, 195,345,361 

111. J. I- i .r l'i,,i,u,r292.:l1l.liiM 



Childer-, Iran.c. I 343 
Chdders, Melinda F 493 
lllilder,, RcneeS, 341 
Childers, Richard D 
Chdders. Sherman L 
Childers, ftanda K 320 
ChUdr<i. David M 
Childres,s, Shcrr% I 
Oiildress. William K 
Chdton. Barbara A 
Chinn, Beth 317 
Chinn, Man E. 467 
Chlololo, Charles 
Choale, Deborah L 495 
Chouen, Chawky C 
Chow, ftah C. 292,526 
Chow, ftah K. 

. David ft 



an 

i:hnHcn,.-n 



l-IM\- 'I 



2211,343,377.467 






Clin-lnploi Nhrllu \ 467 

Chnstopher. Roberl D. 

Chung, In Sung 

Gcerello, Ronald R, 

Ocheth, Joseph L. 

Cieryo, Anthony D 

tiiminclla, Diana J 

Ciolck, Elizabelh D 520 

Ciolelv Roberl ft 

Circle K 297 

Cisler,Jo,sephine 214,495 

CLssell Mary J. 

Qssell, Thomas E. 

Cizek, Tirsa L. 

QaggetlJonD. 217 

ClaggetC ft Jliam P. 

Qancy, Kevin 526 

Clapp, Stephen M. 

Clare, Mary E. 

Oare, Michael J. 357 

Clark, Alice M. 526 

Clark, Bculah C. 

Uark, BJly T 

ClarkBrendaJ- 467 

Clark Chrislv L 495 

Uark. Oillord T 407 

Clark Connie J 

Clark Deborah J 320 

Clark Dv-ighl L 

Clark Eddie M. 

Uark Elijah 

Clark Emily J- 526 

Uark Gary W 324,467 

Uark George R. 

(lark. lame, 12-: 

Uark James G. 

Clark James W. 

Uark Jeffrey S, 

UarkJimmleJ, S. 

Clark Joy ce M 

Uark Kalhenne A. 

Clark Lamar 

Clark Larry T- 195.208.324.400 

Qark Larry \ 

Uark Leulaft 

□ ark Martin L. 

Clark Mary J. C. 

Uark Michael R. 

Uark Norma J. 

Clark Randall B. 

Uark Rhonda G. 

Clark Ronald B. 

Uark Rus,sellft. 213,400 

Clark Sarah R. 500 

Uark Shene L, 

Uaik Sherman E, 

Qark Sicvcn G 495 

Uark Tern L. 

Uark \ emon 

Qark ftilliam H 

Uark ftJliamP. 

Clarke, Kevin K. 

Clarkson, Usler P 

Uarkson, ftilliam221 

Claunch, Deborah T, 

Claui Frcdenck R. 

Uawson, Bobbie H. 

Claivson, Kenneth L 

Uay, James C 

day, Joan R. 526 

Clay, Kandy 299 

Qay. Roberl S.. Jr 

Uaybome, Charles D. 

Clayton, David N. 445 

Uaylon, JohnR. 

Qeary, Lala J. 

Cleasby, Bonnie L 526 

Ueaver, Clien L, 400 

Ueaver, James T, 147,400 

Qcaver, Pabicia A. 

aem, Jewell D. 

aemcnl Dennis R, 377 

Qements, Daniel C 



Nancy J 495 

Slephcn F, 400 

, Anthony R. 
Demons, Becky B. 
Clemons, Linda P, 11. 
Oeveland, James R- 225 
Uevenger, Jackie L 216,467,317 
Cleyenger, John S. 
Ca'lvingcr, FreidaJ. 467 
Click Kimberly A 
Uick Peggy J 467 
Uick Roberl L. 311.467 
Qifford. Jamesl. 220.406,313 
Uifford, Knsten A. 
Qifford. Lowell J. 

Chfford. Pamela J 351.373,380,400 
Clifford, Robin D, 495 
Uifl Dome T 
Uillon, Leonard III 
Clifton, Shclia K UIO 
Uiiic, Kelly L 
Ui.ic Roberl G. 
I /(ii^cr, t harles 307 
I liiir, si,.phenE 367 
llinkcnbeard, Linda C, 526 
Uinker, Mark S. 
Uoud, Larry F. 
Goud. Raymond M 



lela H 
, Richard M, 



, Tho 



las A 



Clouse, ftilliam G , Jr 

Cloyd, Pamela K. 219,400 

Cloys, Jo Helen F. 

Qubb. Rebecca L. 

Qutls, Janet K. 

Qymer. Craig Z. 

Clymer. John M 

Coakley. James ft'. 

Coakley, Robert L 

Coan, Jack L 

Coaplen, Sally L 349,400 

Coatney, Ronald K 367,400 

trials, Sandra C 

t:obb, Joyce M. 

Cobb, Mannell467 

Cobb, Richard l\ 

Obb, Roger V. 359 

Cobb,SareltaJ. 495 

Cobb, Shirley A. 291,445 

(ibh. ftanda G. 

Cobble. Debra A. 

Cobum. Eileena R 495 

libum. Elwood. Jr, 

Cobum. Gary ft, 

Cobum, Jana L 

Cocanougher, Bemadet 527 

Cocanougher, Melmda 

Cocanougher, Paul 0, 150,400 

Cochran, Elhel J, 

txichran, Sharon D. 

Cochrane, Teria E. 

Cawle, Linda 

Cody, Earl A. 225,228.377,467 

Cody, Michael G. 

Cody, Rebecca L 308,353,375 

Cody, Timothy 

Oxy. Patty M, 527 

Coffey. Donna H. 

Coffey. Dorothy G. 

Coffey, Dorothy P, 

Coffey, Janet L 

Coffey. Janice 1 

Coffey. Nancy R 495 

Coffey. Tommy 400 

Coffman, Donald ft 

Coffman, ftdliam D 

Cohen, Manlyn F 100 

Cohn, Louis F, 

Gom, Cathy 207 

Colacello. Roberl \. 377,495 

l^olao, Ann ft, 400 

Coldiron, Candy S. 349 

Coldiron. Ralph A 

Cole, Beverty A. 

Cole, Carol R. 345,400 

Cole, Chapman Jr 

Cole, Charles W, 

Cole, Douglas K. 400 

Cole, James A, 375 

Cole, James N. 

Cole, Jeffrey J, 377.527 

Cole, Luther G. 

Cole, Lynda C. 

ColcMargaltl E, 339 

Cole, Mary Lou 21 7.467 

Cole, .Nellie N. 

Cole, Ray 

Cole, Richard .M. 

Cole, Ronald H. 

Cole, Russell M. 

Cole, Steve S. 

Colegrove. Donna J 

Colehour. Charles H, 260.371 

Coleman. Amy E. R. 

Coleman. Carolyn F. 527 

Cjjleman, Charles E, 

Coleman. Charles R. 

Coleman. Conda L 

Coleman. Delphia J 

Coleman. Edward C 



n. Hal 



I R 



n. Nelhc J \1 
. Rose 



Coleman, Susan 1. 

Oles. Cheryl L 527 

Cole), Pliilip L 213,318,401) 

COLLEGIATE PENT ACLE 215 

College, Darlene 527 

Collelt, Doyle 

Collett, George 

CoUett, Marcus 

Collett, McKinley 

ColletU Vemon, Jr 

Collelle, Jim E. 

CoUey. Richard D. 

Collier. Bayard V, 467 

Collier. Caron L 145,453 

Collier, Charles D 

Collier, John W, 

Collier, Rebecca A. S. 



Collins. Binnic 
(ollins. 1-arlolta 52T 
IJollms, Catherine B, 
Collins, Cathy D, 349,37 
Collins, Charlcie 
Collins, Darlene 
Cnllin- D.ividft 



Collin,', John D 

Collms, John E, 

CoUins, John E. 

fxjllms, Johnv M. 400 

Collins. Lrsa P. 

Collms, Paul R, 286.287,467 

Collins. Rebecca L 149,351,373 

Collins, Roger D, 

Oillms. Sandra B, 

(Ollins, Sc( 



Stephen s 



. 495 



Collin 

Coll in 

Colhn 

f^lli^ Chris G. 

CoUisler, Davis H 

Colliver, Linda M 

Colmer, Margaret ft 295,322 

Colon, Marshall 379 

Collharp, Craig K. 

Colvui, Marshall ft 

Colvin, Rhonda G 495 

Colwell, Slranl I. 

Colwell, Terry L 527 

Colyer, Brenda K, 

Cajmbs, Betty C. 

Combs. Bobby J, 

Combs, Bonnie L, 

Cjjmbs, Carta M, 

Comb,s, Cathy 

Combs, Charles 123 

Combs, l^harles M. 

t^mbs, Charles ft 

Combs, Chcnl S, 332,351,377,495 

Combss Clirt C. 495 

Combs, Dale S, 309.467 

i;ombs, David L 315 

Combs, David ft 286,287,293,400 

Combs, Donald G. 244 

Combs, Donna A- 167,318 

Combs, Doug C. 

Combs, Douglas D, 527 

limbs, Elec D. 

Gimbs, Eugene 

Combs, Frank D, 

t;ombs, Frank D- 

Combs, George ft. 

Combs, Harold R 

Comts James R 

Combs. Jeanie L 527 

Combs, Jeffcry R, 

laimbs, Joan \l 

Combs, Joe M, 

Combs, Kathleen ft. 

i^ombs. Ion R. 

Combs, Lowell K- 

Combs, Mojetla 

t^imbs, Nadine 1U5 

Combs, Orbin B, 

Combs, Oscar Jr 

Comb,", Pamela A 2111314 

Combss Paul C 

Combs, Philhp D 

i;ombs, Randall G 

i:ombs, Khoda J 

Combs, Ronalce 

Combs, Samuel 1 

(.iombs, Stephen \ 

Combs, Stephen 220.100.111 

timbs, Sue E. 52 . 

Combs. Susan D- 196 

Combs, Thomas E 



, Vivii 



Compston, Denny J 
Compton, Audra S. 
tximpton, Elizabeth 
tkimplon, Eloise V 527 



npto. 



Compton, Larry E. 
Compton. Lmda D. 407 
Complon. Marda K. 
Compton, Nancy K. S- 
Contfer, Dwight A 
Condreva, Uebra J 209 
i:onglelon, Sally P. 
Combear, t^onnie S. 351 
Coiikling, Joseph P. 
Conknght. George B. 214,496 
Conley, Betty J. 
Conley, Charles R. 
Conley. Darrel J. 
Conley, Edward D. 
Ojnley. Fawn M. 
Conley, Ginger 213.215 
Conley. James D. 
Conley. Jess* 
(inley, Judy G 
Conley, Kadiennc C 
Conley, MarciaG, 
txmlev.PaulaJ 
Conley, leresa M 496 
Conley, \ irginia G, 400 
l>inhn. Homer E. 
Conlin, Pamela S, 345,496 
Conn. Hershel 
Conn. Paula S. 305.453 
Lxmnallon, Marlys J, 
Connallon. Peter F. 
Connell, Tom 473 
(inner, Betty C, 
Conner, Ebzabeth A. K, 
(inner, Glona \. D. 
Conner. James R. 
Conner. Larry B, 
Conner. Larry C, 
Onner, Lillian M. 

, Lindsev S,J, 



Com 



Connor, James ft 

Connors, Caria D. 500 

Connors, (illeen M 219,400,320,321 

(inover, Lorene 527 

Conrad, Lynn T, 

Onrad, Terry A. 



Come, John A, 

Conway, Danny D, 

Conway. GeoiHc M. 357.400 

Conway, Glenda A, 327 

Conway, Kathleen L, 339,527 

Conway, Michael J, 331 

Cook Allen L, 

Oiok Amy C, 

Cook, Betty J, 

Cook Calvin 

Cook Carol A, 

Cook Cathy S. B. 

Cook Charles R„ Jr 

Cook, Deborah A S, 400 

Cook Dennis N. 445 

Cook Douglas A. 

Cook Edward M. 

(iok Edward W. 

Cook Gary L, 

Cook John A- 

Cook Lynda A, 4% 

Cook Marsha L 196 

Cook Pamela H 

Cook Patty A 

(iok Paula A, 496 

Cook Paula S, 

Cook Robert M, 

Cook Virginia M 

Cooksey, John L. 

Cooksey. Robert J. 

Cooksie. Ina A. 324,400 

Cooley, Nancy G 

Oomer, George R, 

Coomes, Thomas R, 318,324,400 

Coomes, ftdliam R. 

Coon, Thomas J. 

Coontz, Douglas H„ Jr. 

Cooniz, Susan K. 496 

Cooper, Arlene B. 

(ioper, David D. 

Cooper, Diana D. 401 

Cooper, Jeanne L. 

Cooper, John H. Jr 295,401 

Cooper. John P, 

Cooper. Ladonna \, 496 

Cooper. Linda D. 196.203.215.288 

349.401.467 
Cooper. Patncia D. 453 
Cooper. Peimy \. 
Cooper. Randall K. 
Oopcr. Ronald F, 
Cooper. Susan A. 109.287 
lioper. Terry ft 319,467 
Cooper, Virginia F 
(^ots, Denver D, 
Coots, Neuman E. 
Cope, Deland D. 
(ipe, Donald 
Cope, Vickie D, 527 
Copley, Gary B, 379 
Copony, Allison E, 496 
Copp, Chuck 260 
Coppersmith, Pamela 
(Joppock Sharon L, 268,269,401 
Copnch, Cora L 
Corbetc James R 560 
Corbcll, Kenneth A, 
Corbin, Brenda K 
Coreoran, Roberl C, 
(irdellOlisft, 
Cordcri, I4iam S 
Cordle, Mary L 
Cordle, IcrrieJ 490 
Coidoves Rafael A 
Corey, Sylvia N 
Corlew, Roxanne 496 
Cormney, Larry C 
Comelison, -Ann S, 
Cornelison, Edna F. 
Cornell-son, James A 
Comelison, Kay B. 
timelison, Patncia 
Cornelius, James R. 
Cornelius, Melva A, 
Cornelius, Paula G. 496 
Cornelius, Sandra J, 
Cornell Anzona 
Comett, Betty 
Cornett, Danny D, 
Cornell Dixie D, 401 
Comett. Dover 
(imetl Duane E, 496 
Cornell Dwight A. 359 
Comet I Frank L 
(imelt. Geraldine 323.528 
Cometl Hiram J, 
Comett. Jack ft. 

Cornell' Lenos R. 
(imell Linda L, S, 
Comett, Margaret I, 
Cornell Manlyn L. 467 
Cometl Mercedes G, 
Comett. Ova Jr 
Cometl Sharon K. 
Cornell Sherry H 
Cornell Susan C. 496 
Cornell ftallace E. Jr. 
Cornish. Bnan K. 307 
Comish, Steven L. 
Cajrrigan, Mary L. 
Corson. Georgina L. 
Cosby , Ronald L, 
Cosby, Sleven L 369 
tisgrove, Mary E, 
Cosimini. Alice F. 
Costello, Deborah D. 345 
Costello, Sandra J. 371 
Cosline, Jane A, 189 
Cotter, Alice ft. 
Cotton, Bilhe J , 167 



CotU 



eD. 



Cotton, Je. 
Cajtlon, Martha C. 
Cotton, Nancy E, 217,467 
Cajtton, Sally L, 
Colton. Tara L, 
Cotton, ftilliam H, 
Coltongim, Clay T. 496 
Cajty, Mary E, 
Couch, Belly H, 



.582 Itificx an(i Directory 



Uoueh, James D. 
Couch, Jo Anna 322,467 
Couch, Lcshc A. 407 
Couch, Mai^aret J. 
Couch, VVilmer, Jr. 496 
Coullrr. Barney A. 4% 
Coiillcr, Deborah A. 496 
Coulter. Lois A 214 
Couller. Sandra J 453 
Courlnev, Rebecca S. 528 
Courlnev, Rick> I, 
Courl.iey. Timolhy ». 
Covey, Carl 
Covuiglon, Alan S. 
Covington, Darh-ne k. 467 
Covinglon. Darrell W. 
Covington, Ivory, Jr. 225 
Covington, Larry A. 
Covington, R, Cenila 
Covington, Robert C 
Covington, Roxle I. 
Cowan, George, Jr. 
Cowan, James M. 291 
Cowan, John W. 214.291 
Cowan, Kerry M. 
Cowan, .Melvin E. 
Cowan, Peggy L. 
Cowherd, Ceclia \1. 
Cox, Alan B. 
Co.\. Mice F, 528 
Coy, \niir I 
Coy, Hemic R. 
Coy. Brcnda D 
Coy, Br.nda K- :i22 
Con. Bruce C- 
Cox, Bry ce A. 
I^x, Carol A. 560 
Cox. Colin K. 
Cox. Cr^g NL 528 
Cox. David A. 

Cox. Denise L. 314.520,528 
Cox, Denna K. 
, Kredoi 



Cox, Terry L. 
Cox, Ton; 
Coy, Wanda I.. 
^.,^ Mi/abethJ 
llocli \1 






. ft. 



Cox, Jacqueline L. 528 

Cox. James A. 

Cox. James S. 528 

Cox. Janet E. 215,401 

Cox, Janice F. 216,316,467 

Cox, Judy A. M. 

Cox, Karen J. 527 

Cox, Karen L 467 

Cox, KathenneJ. 260,467 

Cox, KathrynS. 319 

Cox. Kenneth E.. Jr 

Cox. Margaret L. 

Cox. Mary L 

Cox. PaUv A. 318.401 

Cox. Paula R. 320,467 

Cox, Peggy G. 

Cox. PhjTJis M. 

Cox, Randy E. 

Ox. Richard »- 

Cox, Robert A. 

Cox, Robert E. 

Cox, Rose M. 

Coy, Stephen E. 219.369.401 

Cox. Terry A 



, M 



> I'.- 

> ^li.rric A. 

ye, |)eaiinaj.339 
yc, HogerL.Jr. 
>lc, Linda J. 



, ttillii 



lM. 



I labb. Anne P. 

Crabb, Brent 1. 

Crabtnc, Barbara L 

Crablree. Karl W. 369 

Crablrce. Larry R- 401 

Crab6ee. Sharon K. 528 

Crabffee, Stanley, J r- 

Cracralt, Carlos H. 

CracrafU David L. 467 

Craddock, Randal T. 528 

Craddock. Vickl L 320.167 

Cralt, Archie W. 

Croft. Clyde 151 

Craft, Donna J. 528 

Craft, Marc E. 

Craft. Walter .M., Jr. 197,309,401 

Crafton, James W. 401 

Craig, Arthur ft. 

Craig, Beverly W, 

Craig. Brenda S. 219.401.320 

Craig. Mickey R. 

Craig. Paula A 220.467 

Craig, Rhonda J. 4^7 

Craig, Robert J. 

Craig. Russell A. 

Craighead. Doyle T. 

Grain. Jay E. 

Grain. Ronald B. 

Cramer. Lena F. 

Cramer. Walter C. 445 

Grandall. J. Mace 

Grandall. Patricia B. 

Crane. Carole A. 

Crane. Mary C. 401 

Crane. Patrick M. 371 

Crank. Raymond J. 

Ciase. Dwana A. 467 

Crask, Connie 467 

Crass, Valene E. 

Cravens, Jane A. D. 

Cravens. Nancy L. 

Crawford .Alphia E. 

Crawford. ,\nna M. 

Crawford. Harold 

Crawford, Jameselta 

Crawford. Jerry S. 

Crawford, Joel P. 

Crawford. Paul E. 

Crawford. Randall G. 

Crawford. Sharon L. 

Crawford. Shelby G. 

Crea, Lynda K. 296 

Creamer, f^e 216.221.317 

Creasy, Martha A, 

Creech, Cathenne L 171 

Creech, Claude W. 

Oeech, Glenn 0. 




SfHltonL 



The prevalence of solitaire intensifies when students need 
a means of killing a little spare time. 



Creech. Kenneth W. 
Creech, Ue. Jr. 
Creech. Marvin 
Creech. Oma L. 528 
Creech. Susan K 
Qeek, Joy.e K. 
Crenshaw. Stephen tt 
Creola. Thomas D. 252 
Cress. Louise B. 
Crews. Camilla H. 
Cnck, Philip D. 
Cnckmer. Waller B. 
Crider. Carl T. 
Crider. Pamela J, 
Coder. Roy A. 

-.Judith A. 401 



, Mai 



E 32: 



( nsp. Oaiiin37 

i;n-p. UonnaJ 351.438 

i:n-pen. Melvin F, 

Cnsl. Ercell A. 

Criswell, Elmer .\„ Jr. 213 

I nswell, Mabel R. 

Crilchfield. Harold W. 

Crockett. Jeanne lie ft. 

Croley. Opal 

Croley. Roscoe 

Cromer. Brenda K. 

Cromer. Rhonda M. 

Cromwell. Constance 

Cromwell. Linda K. 

Cron. Robert M. 

Crook. Alan C, 312 

Croplev. James L. 245.246.377 

Cryypper. Dwight R. 467 

Cross, Chnstopher G. 

Cross. Clinton H. 

CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 258 

Cross. Dottle L 

Cross. Pa6ick T. 

Cross. Sharon E. 330.342 

Crotheis. Lynne L. 

Grouch. Donnie L. 

Grouch. Earl T. 445.314 

Crouch. James B. 

Crouch. James C 

Crouch. June G. 314 

Crouch, Patricia H. 

Croucher, Billy L. 

Croucher, Wendell R 

Croudep, Michael A. 20 1 

Grouse, Barbara F. 

Grouse, Joseph L, Jr 

Grout, Mareia L 324,401 

Grouped, Mike 225 

Crow. John R. 

Crow, Juhe A, 

Crowder. Cornelia M. D. 

Crowe. David L. 

Crowe. Jeanne 

Crowe. Jeanne L 

Crowe. Joanne 

Crowe, Judith L, 528 

Crowe. Pa61ck A. 

Crowley. Barbara 

Crowley. Thomas D. 

Cruenwald. Greg 225 

Gmm, Sammv J. 

Clrum, Woodrow 

Gnime. George C. 

Grume. Sue C. T. 

Crump, Barry W. 

Cruse, Bemedji L. 528 

Cruse. Betty B. 

Cru-e, f^aroKnG. 



lip, Em 



. Hilha 



iK. 
■ell U. 



, 402,315 

Gummings, David L 402 
Gummings, Dennis R. 
Gummings. Jasper R. 445 
Gummings. Terry L 467 
Cummins. Emdy B, 
Ctimmins. Jetema A, 
Cummins, Jerry W, 
Cummins, Jimmy 
Cummins. John F. 

Iiimmin;, Phyllis N, 
I umm,,,., Ronnie F. 
I.uiidilf. llonnieR. 
Cuiidiil, Sandra L. 
Gunnagin, Harold 
Cunningham, Clinton E. 



Cuni 



Cunningham, Judy A. 453 

Gunmngham, Kathleen 

Cunningham, Loretta J. 529 

Cunningham, Madge W. 

Cunningham. Marcia L. 180,560 

Gunmngham. Martin J. 

Cunningham, Rita A. 

Cunningham, \ ictor L. 

Cunningham, Virenda J 342,402 

Cupp, Daniel K. 

Cupp, Jackie R. 

Curi John M. 529 

Curlin, kora L. 

Gumer, Cathenne R. 

Curry. Amanda L. H. 

Curry. Deborah L. 

Curry, Harry J., Jr- 

Curry, Karen E. 453 

Curry, Lmda K. 

Curry, Patty A. 

Curry, Robert G. 

Curry, Robin D. 

Curry, Steven E. 

Curry, Theresa J. 529 

Curtis, Carolyn D. 402 

Curbs Clara J. 

Curtis, Gerald 

Curtis, James F, 



Curlis. John C. 354 


Davii Kav 1) 


Curds, Larry E. 529 


Davi-, Richard L ;(I3.168 


Curbs, Robert W. 


Davis, Rebecca 169 


Curtis, Romoiia L, 320,468 


Davis. Robert N. 


Curbs, Taffic J. 402 


Davis Rom G 349 


Curtsmger. Bruce M 
Cusbs, Danirl B. 331 


Davis Rulh li 


Davis. Sara K 


Custis, John F. 


Davis Shcr-c L 529 


CuUJp.MarearetC B. 
Cutter. Randy M. 


Davis, Sherry 1.. 


Davis, Su.van L. 529 


CWE NS 214 


Davis. Teresa I 


Czor, Douglas W. 


Davis, Terry L 4t>8 




Davis, Timolhv G. 


U 


Davis.Tr.nl V 




Davis Vickie L 


rJabney. Manlvn C 529 


Davis ft ilia M 


Daffron. UwisVtJr 


Djvi>, VobridaS. 


DaKcford. Theodore E. 218.200.446 
Dailey, Claudia L. B. 


Djvisi.n, lliifj L- .-,29 


llavv. Betiv C 


Dailey, Danny J- 


Daw. Jennv L ft 4(12 


Dailey. Mel \. 


Dawkins, George D 357 


Dailcy, Paul D. 


Dawkins. Morns D. 


Daily, Rhonda L. 


Dawkins Rebecca R. 529 


Daley, Michael K. 


Dawson. Benjamin J 


Dal Ion, BobE. 


Dawson. Danny R 


Dalton. Cara L. 


Dawson. Janet R, 217.320.468 


Dalton, Martha J. H. 453 


Dawson. Patricia R. 


Dalton, Sheri L. 529 


Daivson. ftanda G. .560 


Dallon. Timolhv R- 529 


Day, Deborah K 


Ualy, Albert P, 


Day, Delano P- 


Dalzell, John B. 408 


Dav. Kenneth C. 


Damapong, Potjaman 


Day, Orlene R. 


Dameron, Samuel L. 


Day, Raymond L. 


Damron, Jane R. 


Day, Stephen C. 


Damron. Paul R. 


Day, Stephen M. 


Damron. Rickv A. 468 


Deakins, Ronald L 


Uamron, Shern K. 


Deal, Robert E., Jr. 


Dance, Edward L, 


Dean, Belty A. 


DANCE THEATER 305 


L>ean, Carrie L 292 


Danelak, Beltina L, 292,345 


Dean. Fatima 


Daniel, Bonnie L. 


Dejn. Gordon E. 


Daniel. ChariesW. 


Dean, Jo A. 


Daniel. Emcsl J. 


Dean. Roger E, 213.377,468 


Daniel, Harr\' K. 


Dean. Susic E. 


Daniel, Jennifer A, 215.446.3i5 


Dean.S>dnev E 


Daniel, Mark K 


Deane, Daniel R 


Daniels, Jack D. L 


Dejnng, Dona A, 52f 


Daniels, Riihdrd W, 


Deatherage, Oscar M. 


Daniels. Wadie J 260 


Deatherage. Ronald ft'. 


Danko.JohnJ.ll 


Deaton. Barbara J, H 


Danko. Robert P, 


Deaton. Barbara S, 


Dannelly, Nancy K. 


Deaton, Bennett ft". 


Danner, David K. 


Deaton. Bemie J. 


Danquah, Agyeman B. 402 


Deaton. Brenda G. 468 


Dapkus, Linda D. 308,529 


Deaton. Larry C. 


Darland, Norman D. 


Deaton, Linda D 339.529 


Darland, Teresa A. 


Deaton, Terry L. 


Djritng. Debra L, 292,295 


Debarr. David C 


Debha Ellen R. 


Ddrrrn. l'..ri-.K. H.12 


Debo. Joma^e 


lljrwm, U ilium D. 


Dccandia. .\nlhonv ft 199.260,402 


Ddugherlv. Donna k 


Decandta. Scott \. 529 


Daugherly. Jacqueline 341 


Decaro. Ro-emary T. 529 


Daugherty. Larry E. 


Decker. John P. 


Daugherty, Lester A, 293.468 


Decker. Roger L 


Daugherty. Linda L. 


Decors, Ralph 


Daugherty. Mary A 529 


Decurtins Robert J, 379.468 


Daugherty. Nancy E, 


Dedman, Vickie E C 402 


Daughertv. PaUv D, 


Deel. Grav>on L. 


Daugherty, Sle^enL. 


Deel, M>rnaD, 


Daugherty. Tern S. 


Deely, Daniel ft. 314 


Daugherty, Vicki L. R. 


Deenng, Dana E. 529 


Daugherly, ft dliamS. 


Dees, Byron W. 


Daughtery, Skip 131 


Dees, Danny S. 


Dauiton. Timothy H. 


Defeo. Nicholas M. 


Davenport. Gary E. 


Degamboa, Ruth L. 


Davenport. Lois M. 


Deglow. Richard L. 


Davenport, ftilliam L, 


Dehner, fony L. 


David, Mar> A 


Dejamette. Jan E. 


David. Patricia L. 


Dejoe. David P. 446 


Davidson, Deborah A. 


Delancey. Suzanne K. 


Davidson, Eld on E. 


Delaney, Art 0. 


Davidson, Emest ft'. 529 


Delanev, Edward N, 297.324 


Davidson, James F. 


Delanev. John M. 


Davidson, Jeffrey E. 


Delanev. June H. 


Davidson. Paul W. 


Delaney, Keith ft'. 


Davidson. Sharon K. 204,402 


Delaney, Sandra S. 


Davidson, Tondalevo 468 


Deleon. Abel. Jr 


Davidson, Victor F;, 


Delone. Belt\ L. 


Davidson, Walter 


I'elph, 1 ipjpom K, 


Davieis David Q 


hhl.I \iA!|( HUN 217 


Davies, Elizabeth R. 


hb.l i \ t'-l KAPPA 218 


Davies, Steven P. 529 


DKLIA ^K.MA FH ETA 346 


Davis, Albert. Jr. 


DtLTA LP^ILON358 


Davis, Alphonsa J. 
Davis. Betty A. 
Davis. Betty C, 


Demarco, Donald P. 402 
Demarcus. Vanda D. 
Demaree, George W. 




Demaree, Sharon K 529 


Davis, aaudeC.Jr 


Demekesh. Tesfaghiotgis 292 


Davis, Daria J 468 


Dempsey, Martha G, 


Davis, Darrvl 236.238 
Davis. David \. 


Denham, Julie L. 
Denham, William V, 


Davis. David L 377,529 
Davis, Deborah C. B. 


Denison. Bonnie 1 . B. 318 
Denison. Robert L. Jr. 403 


Davis, Delons D. 
Davis, Donna F. 453 


Denlinger. Nancy L, 453 
Dcnman. Lmda L. 319,446 


Davis, Freddie K. 


Denman. Renee J. 214.292,353 


Davis, Fredenck. Jr. 
Davis, Gary M. 


Dennev. Joyce M. 
Denney. Karen S. 529 
Dcnney. Roscoe 
Denme. Calcia T. 
Dennings, Marcia C 219 


Davis, Glenn W. 
Davis, Gregory A. 313 
Davis, Janet S. 




Dennis, Chester V. 


Davis. Jeff ry~L 
Davis, Joe N. 
Davis, Kathenne D. 


Dennis, Darrell E. 468 


Dennis. Michael L. 369,468 


Dennis, Samuel G. 


Davis, Keith A. 


Dcnnlson, Darryl K. 


Davis, Keith C. 560 


Denmson. Kevin 217 


Davis. Kendal J- 


Denniston, Kay 403 


Davis. Kimberly A. 174.468 


Denny. ChaHotte 145 


Dav.s. Larry R. 


Denny. James N. 


Davis, Linda B. 35 


Denny, Karen B. 


Davis. Linda F. 


Denny, Warren E. 


Davis, Lisa J. 197.206 


Dent, Connie M. 


Davis, Lou ft. 


Denton. Bndgel C 


DAVIS. MAC 90 


Denton. Joann 


Davis, Madonna 


Denton, Marjone L 


Davis, Mary A. A. 


Denton. Patricia A. 


Davis, Meannda J. 


Denton. Patti J. 


Davis, Michael G. 37! 


Denton. Sheila Y. 217 


Davis, Murrell L. 


Denzinger, Christina 529 


Davis, Neal 311 


Dcrickson, Ciarole J. 


Davis, Patncia E. 529 


Derickson, Henry 


Davis. Paul A. 


Deronde, Teresa J. 345 



index and Directorv 583 



Derossctt. Betty j 4by 

DerossttuDonsJ- 1 

DerosMll. Sarah E 15<).314,315.469 

Demck, Kathleen M. 

Derr\, Calhcnne L 

Desalts, Mtchael K \- 245 

Deakins, Robert A- 

Deskins, Sandra S. 

Desloover, Michael G. 

Despain, John F. 

Deters. Man Nt 529 

Detnck. Nancy L 

Dettor. Joyce A. 199.218,266,267.403 

Devault. Angela R 

Devault. James B. 

Deveie. Andrew J, 

Deveii Richard G. 

Deville. Gayle S. 

Devine. Thomas P, 469 

Devine. Vicky C 403 

Devnes, Phyllis K. 

Dewees^ Carolvn S- 

Demtt, Joseph R- 359.403 

Dexter. Iimothv B- 

Deaam, Beveriy S- 

Deiam, Debra L 310.529 

Dhamapong. Pieophan 446 

Dheel. Slaty C 

Dibert. Paul E. 

Dibert. Sally A. 

Dick. Mildred RoberU 

Dick. Raymond D, 

Dick. Sandra J. 469 

Dick. Thomasine Y. 

Dickenson. Nanci A 

Dickerson, Bill\ J 371 

Dickerson. Joseph S. 469 

Dickerson. Nathan F 

Dickei. Bruce L 367 

Dickcv. Maigaret A 

Dickhauujill 

Didier. Ruth A. 329 

Dieffenbach. Richard 

Diehl. Michael H. 

Dietks. Diane J. 292 

Diersine. Caroline M. 403 

Dienjf. Martha J. 

Dill. Donna R. 469 

Dillard. Samuel 

Dillenbcrger. Douglas 

Dillenbereer. Joyce M 

Dillon. Chns L 

Dillon. Gary \t 

Dillon. Michael F. 

DJlon. Rebecca A. 

DUIs. Gwendolyn 

Dils. .Nornia M. 529 

Dimas. Peter L 252.367.403 

Dimbalh, Keith D. 

Dingus. Phyllis J. 

Dingus. Rosemary 

Diodonet. Hector 

lan, Stanley L. 



yon, Anna J. V 
yon. Half R 52< 
yon. Da. id A 
yon, llebtj A 
yon. Delana K. 
yon, Her.hel, Jr 
yon, Jud- C 
yon, Karen F 
yon, Monhe M, 



Del 



, Paul 



Duon. lunmy J, 
Dizney, ftilham C, 
Doan, Joy L 529 
Doane. Robert M, 
Dobbins. Kevin 
Dobbs^ Robert H.Jr 
Dobinski, Valene J-453 
Doby ns, Mark E 
Docken, Karla A, 469 
Dockery. Ronald C 
Dodd. Mary A, 
Dodson, Larry E 
Doerhoefer, Kenneth A, 
Doerr, Qaudia J, 469 
Doggett, Patricia M. 529 
DoHnen. Ellen L 
Dolan. Maureen E 

Doinni. Richard C 

Doll, Ernest A. 

Dollar. Julia D. 292 

Dolwtck, James H.. II 

Donahoe. Kevin G. 

Donahue. Dennis M 260 

Donaldson. David A 560 

Donaldson. Neal 132 

Donalhan. Kathleen M 320 

Doncgan. Patti K 

Doneghy. Grace L. 

Donisi. Anthony T. 

Donisi, Michael P, 529 

Donnelly. Edward T- 

Donohoe. Robin B. 403 

Donohue. Victona C 

Donta. Kenneth. Jr 

Dooley. Conway. Ill 

Dooley. Jonathan? 

Dooley. Pamela J- 560 

Dooley, Thomas D 

Doran.Patrcia A, 529 

Dore. Calvin C 

Domhoi^L Kelvin C 

Dorsel. Curtis E, 

Doreel. Deborah A. 403 

Dorsey. David 

Dorsey. Frances R 

Dorval. Fay W, 

Dosker. Nan C 
Doss. Donald ft, 
DOS.S. Janice M, 351,403 
Dossett, Janice A G. 
Dolson, Calhcnne E 529 
Do|y,ftilliamD., Jr 
Dougherty, ScotI B, 
Dou£la,-.Bill»eJ 
Dou^as. Cathenne A. 529 
Douglas. David C. 
Douglas. Debra J 
Dougla-", Donald R 




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Dinner. 



Douglas. Evelyn S, 529 
Douglas. Gavie S, 
Douglas. John M, 371 
Douglas. Lewis A. 313 
Douglas. Pamela J 
Douglas. Rodney S, 
Douglas, Thomas P, 
Doulaz, Guy E. 
Dowd. Anson S, 331.373 
Dowdy. David T. 
Dowell. Bumis B. 403 
Downey. Ann D 
Downey. Jean A 403 
Dovmey. Melissa G 453 
Downey. Owslev 
Downing, Allen ft, 403 
Downing, Mary E, 217 
Downs. Charles L, 
Downs, Elaine S, 32 
Downs, Richard R, 
Downs. Thomas G. 469 
Doyle. GeoTge T, 
Doyle. Jeffrey S. 
Doyle. Karen M 
Dovle. Michael T, 469 
Doyle. Pamela L, 320,469 
Dozier, Libbv K, 
Doziet, Randolph 
Dozier, Robert G, 
Drake, Candace A 
Drake. Derrick n, 
Drake. Elaine 214.314 
Drake. Emily E. 
Drake. Frank \l. 11 
Drake. Gregory A. 
Drake. Karen 
llrake, l.vndaR 



1^:, Lj.i,, \,,d;' ^t- 

llrn-ba.h, Man R 221.403 

Drennen. Dons C 

Drennen. Man T, 339.529 

Drennen. Thomas J. Jr 225.231.260.37 

Dnngenbuig. Duane C. 

Dnngenburg. Gregon 530 

Dinek. David ft. 

Droddv. Donald F,, 11 

Droddy. Eari J. 

Drosche. Virginia P. 

Droz, Connie j. 

Dram. Gaynelle ft, 

Drammond. Bnan D. 



moni Jet 
. Dar 



: M. 469 



Dnden. David D. 

Dnsdale. RobmJ. 453 

Dubber. Jacks. 

Ducharme. Dennis A, 

Ducker, Michael L, 

Duddy, John R. 

Dudleson, Ernest F, 

Dudley, Thomas E. 

Duer, Cere M, 530 

Dierson, Lam C, 

Duff, Denise 453 

Duff, Gerald L, 248 

Duff. Jeffrey M. 

Duff.Jo.<ephS. 

Duff. Judy L. B. 

Duff. Kathy 

Duff. Robert A. 

Duff. Shirley D. 

Duff. Su,san K, 453 

Duff, ft ilham E. 

Duffy. Bnan C, 3-'J 

Dufour. Natalie V, 

Dufour. PhiUip M. 

Dufour. Stephen A 

Dugan. Albert R, 

Dugger. Linda K 403 

Duggins. Vlichael ft 286.321.530 

Di^ii. JohnJ. Jr. 

Duke. HennetlaS 

Duke. Kevin D 359 

Duke. Linda \ 530 

Duke.s Encil D 

Dukes, Gain ft- 469 

Dull. Deborah E. 

Dull. Tern L, 

Dulli, Earn M, 

Dumas, James C 293 

Dunaway,(iaHolte P, 

Dunaway, Robert ft - 

Dunbar, ftUliam H, 

Duncan, Chen I A, 

Duncan, Elizabeth J 

Duncan, Gregg A, 

Duncan, James R, 179 

Duncan. Jefferv C. 379 

Duncan. Uwis N. 

Duncan. Pamela R. 317 

Duncan. Robert E. 403 

Duncan. Robert E, 

Duncan, Stephen F. 

Duncan. Tern J, 469 

Duncan, Timothy ft, 

Duncan, ft'adonna 



Duncil, Charles ft 

Dungan, Barbara J 

Dungan, Kathy A, 

Dunham. Christie M, 203 

Dunigan. Loberta G. 

Dunigan. Pauline A. R 

Dunkman. June VI, 403 

Dunlap. Bobbi V- 453 

Dunlap. Dianne J 209.215.403 

Dunlap. Donald G. 530 

Dunlap. Donald L. 

Dunn. Camille M. 

Dunn, Christopher M. 403 

Dunn. Frances G- 

Dunn. Jackie K. 324.403 

Dunn. James F. 218.220.403 

Dunn. Judith L 64 

Dunn, Kim Y. 453.530 

Dunn, Lam 0. 

Dunn. Leonard ft'. 

Dunn. Man E. 469 

Dunn. Mervin 

Dunn. Robert C 469 

Dunn, Ruby L C 

Dunn, Sharon F, 



, s,|>, 



r403 



Dunning John 1 

Dunsmore, ft illiam S 

Dunson, Paula 11 560 

Dunstall, Clarence E- 291,403 

Duplain, Kim M. 

Iliiitiin, Charles ft, 

|i-irl„n, lam P. 

liurl.ii, ManonL- 

Hiirbiii. Man E, 

IJiirbin, ,sarah B H, 

Durcan. Deborah L, 530 

Durham. Barbara L 

L>urham. Denms E 

Durham. John H- 

Durham. Matthew J, 

Durham. Michael L- 

Durham. Phyllis A. 

Durham, ftilliam F, 

Durkin. Tern M 353.403 

Durrum. Richard A. 

Durstock, Lvnn A. 

Dusing. Man A. 498 

Duly. Diane R. 

Duvall. Teresa S. 

DuvalL Thomas J. 

Dwane. ftdliam A. 235.237.240 

Dye. John P. 498 



Dye. Michael C. 
Dye. Patncia 
Dyer. Edgar E, 
Dyer, Reeta D 
Dyer, Rhonda G. 
Dyer, Richard N., Jr. 403 
Dvke, Thomas ft, 311 
Dykes, Aaron 
Dykes, James E. 403 
Dykes Linda 205.219.221.320. 
403 



Eaches. Sharon K. 

Fades. Anthony C. 

Fades Billie H. 

Fades Debbie J. 

Eadcs Jane P. 

Fades Jimmy L. 

Eade^ Marcus L- 

Eades Nora \'. 

Fades Sarah J, 

Eadi Carolvn S, 498 

Ead-s Linda L, 

Eads Lorenzo D, 

Eads Lorenzo D,. Jr. 530 

Eads Mark D. 

Eager. Bob 21 7 

Eager. Fredenck R. 

Eager. Sue R. 

Fanes. Palncia L, 403 

Earle. David R, 498 

Earle, Keith E, 

Earlev. Michael L, 354.404 

Early. J, Vlalcolm 

Eaclywine. Linda U 215,404 

Earnest. Carta L 

East. Dennis E. 

Ease Jern B. 

East. Roland K. 

Easter. Susan D. 

Easter. Vickie L. 

Easlerday. Sheila E, 345.379.404 

Eastham, Linda R. 

Easton, Laura L 530 

Eaton. Kenneth A. 

Eaton. Urry D. 

Eaton. Richard D. 

Eaves Michael R. 373.4M 

Ebel. Gregon L 498 

Ebelhar. Robert K. 

Eberle, Dorothea L 530 



584 Index and Directory 



tbffl, Paul I- 3311 

Eblen. tbb R. 

Ebv.ManlvnS. 215,345, nil 

Ecclts, Thomas 

EclKvaCTia, Robin E. 530 

Eckdahl, WJham W. 

Eckerle, Robrrl A. 

Eckerl, Eugcni- W. 

Eckerl, Pain, la ,■;. 207,2.'I1,«I4 

Ecklar. Man A 

Ecyec. i:hatli>M. 

Eckslcin. Marv K. 530 

Eclon. Don.> A. R. 404 

Eclon, Elaine J. 453 

Eddleman, Tilbe B. 

Eddv, Kranklin E. 

Edelen, JoM-ph V. 

tdeirn, Man 1. 

tdrn, Ronald \» . 

Edrn, Sharon ll. 41>t 

Edenfield, I'.harles L. 

Edginiiton. Richard L, 53U 

Edingfr, Chrisly E. 

Edingrr, Natalit S. 

Edhn, 1 homa. S. 

Edmonds. Roberl H. 

Edmonds, lommy R. 

Edmundson, William R. 

EIHICAI IIIN. COLLEGE OF 176 

Edward-, \niia L. 

t:dwardv, Hobbv G 

ldi.ard-. r.hark-W. 

Eilwardv Jami... U, 220.3111,404 

Edwards, Karen R. 

Mwards. Mark A. 

EJwards. Muhael G. 359 

Edwards. Pamela S. 351 

Edwards. Peeg> L. 498 

Edwards. Koberl W. 

Edwards, Susan C. 3311 

Edwards I eresa A. 530 

Edwards, lern L). 

Edwards. Ihomas P. 3:7,400 

Egan, Thomas P. 

Ecberl, Judy L. 

Eeeer, John R. 530 

ESleloii, Sleven L. 498 

EMing, Gary E. 295 

Ehrhardl. Ten L 

Eicher, kalhv L. 199.209.218,272, 

349.404 
Eicherl. Susan G 
EKerl, LlouBlas J. 354,453 
ELgelbaeh, Brenda S. 
Ellens, Ann M. 
ELsenhauel, Harri T. 
Eisenmenger, Barbara 215,297,4W 
Ekuibe. AnOionv E. 
Elara, Belly J. 
Elam, Connie L, 530 
Elam.OeborahG.469 
Elam, Oonald H. 
Elam, Jerri K 
tiam. Leieh II 
Elam. Marian (,. 
Elam, I'alrieia A, 498 
Elder. Benedict J. 
Elder. Llennis E. 530 
Elder. George T. 
Eldredce, Garry A. 453 
Eldredge, Larrv A, 453 
Eldridge, Earlv B„Jr, 
Eldndge, Lmda E, 
Elerv, Lavera A. 530 
Elev, Charles E. 
Elgin. Paula K. 
Elgin. Thomas M. 
Elkin. Gary L. 
Elkins Jo Ann 
Elkins. Morgan T. 
tikinss Neva M. 
EUmg. Randall D. 
Elhnger. Roberl H. 404 
Ellingsworlh, Ihomas 354,404 
Ellinglon, Koberl L, 
Ellington, Wanda J. 
Elliott. Charles E. 
Oeborah K. 



fill. 



I, Mj' 



e R 



111. 

Hll..H.lltll. 

Ellioll. Peggy L 469 

tlholl, l„mR.379 

tll.v lianm K. 373,404 

Ellis llavidW. 

Elhsi Gary 11. 

Ellis, Glenn W, 315,498 

Elhs James A. 

Ellis, Lmda J, 530 

Ellis Manly n J 41V4 

till., Mary h. 

Mils -lenlienC 330 



» M 



Hli-Mi I'aul K 

Elmore. II. bra L. 345,377 

EIrod, Belly L. 

EIrod. Uennis M. 

Elvove. Regina 

Ely, Beth A. 

Ely, Robi-rt M. 404 

Elza, Shirley R. 

Embree, Horace M. 

Embry.Candacr I.. 298.498 

Embry. Jean H, 

Embry, Kennelh T, 530 

Embry, Leslie G. 298,304,530 

Embry, Michael D, 

Emerson. Harold C. 225 

Emmetl. Sandra L. 

Endres. Diane M. 560 

Engelhard, Theodore J. 530 

England, Sharon M. 

England, TimoOiy E. 251 

Engle. Allen D. 329,530 

Engle. Danelle A, 530 

Engle, Mark B. 

Engle. Myra G. 

Engler. Kennelh N. 469 

English. Warren J 

Engslrom. KnsOe E. 

Enlow, Anthony C 

Ennis, James H. 



tiuweiler I aura M. 498 
Epiii.g, llorothv R. 345 
Kpl.ng. Karl |1 



Epps James Jr347,:i63,l9l) 
trbaugli, t«a M, 
Krbaugh, Garr^ A 
tnckson, J.ianiie 3311 



-St, Barbara J 



Enn . EdwarJ K 
Er-Mii, Lisa J 
Lse..hjr I u.s 1 
E-kr.di;.-. IlilK M 
Lskr.dge Urborah A 
Esser, Walter U. 215 
Estep, Oonald C. 
Eslep, Johiiney S. 
Estep, Karan L. 
Estep. Ronnie W. 

Estes Anna G. 469 

Esles, lla.id A, 530 

Estes, Earl G, 

Estes. Edgar L, 

Estes Lmda S. 221 

Estes Maila J. 341,469 

Estes Michael C, 

Estes Norma J. 

Estes Paul U. 560 

EsBll, Deborah A. 530 

EstiU, Deborah K. 405 

Estill, James E. 

Estis Steven H. 

Estridge, Karen S. 207,215,341,405 

Eslridg.', Sandra E. 

Eswine. Gregory L. 

ETA SIGMA GAMMA 220 

Etheredge, David A. 361.405 

Etheringlon, Carl L, 

Ethennglon, Carolyn 498 

Etheringlon, Dorolhy 305,530 

Ethennglon, Rebecca 

Ethinelon, Robert L. 

Elhingl..ii. Ion. M 3311 



Etkii 



Eubank IUmJ I 13 1 
Eubaiil... Karen V 4^ 
tul..i., Mark L 4ia 
Evans Bill L 



330 



lel E. 



Evans I- red A, 
Evans Harold G 
Evans Howard A, 
Evans James H. 
Evans Joseph J. 225.173 
t.ans Margaret L. 349.49b 
Fvai.s Marlene 0. 
Ivans Mary E. 



tva 


lis N 


aiKV A, 351 


tv^ 


Ills H 


uby W. 




tvj 




liomasj. 




l.J 


in-' William B. 




t.an. » 


illiamH. 


405 


1... 


ins \\ 


mlord K 




Ev. 


rnseii. 


Grace E 




Evi 


irett. 


Roger L. 




Evi 




, Linda S 


i. H. 


Ev, 




, Nina E. 


469 


Ever^mai 


n, Janice 


K, 


Evi 


rt^ole 


, Carolyn 


M. 453 


E.I 


■rsole 


, Debra E 


;. 498 


Ev. 


:rsole 


, Dwighl 


405 


Ev. 


;i5ole 


, Elmer J 


.498 


Eversole 


, John E. 


405 


Ev. 


criole 


, Norma 


R. 


Ev. 




, Verden 


J 498 


Ewall, S 


leve L. 





Eadal. Susan E, 57,530 

fahev, Nancy H, 498 

Eahr, Jennifer A. 469 

Fain. Alice A. 469 

Earn. Rebecca 

Fain, Robert L. 

Fair, Michael L. 367,469 

Fairchild, KalhnnM. 317.530 

Fiirchild, Nawanna B. 



Falc 



lo, Vii 



Falkenberg, Virginia 
Fanmn, Rex G. 379 
Fargo, Gonme S. 377,498 
Fanes Mary D. 
Fans, Beulah 0. M, 
Fans Nadian L. 530 
Farler, Stanley 



Farlei 



aM 



Farley, Barbara S. 
Fariey, Edward T. 
Fariey, James A, 
Farley, Kenneth W, 
FaHey, Kimberly S, 453 
Farley, Uster B. 
Fanner, David R. 
Farmer, Delbert J. 
Farmer, Delenna R. 405 



er, Flo 



eC 



Fai 



er, Karen G. 453 
tr, Larry D. 405 
er, Mark S. 
er, Maria E, S. 
er. Mo 



Farmer, Nancy L, 
Farmer, Pamela 0- 451 
Farmer, Patsy W. 
Farmer, Robert E. 
Farmer. William L. 
Famsworth, Carl L. 
Farra, Dana D. 
Farrell, Ins J. 
Karrelly, John P. 



Fams, 


Delii 


lar 




Eslh 


erE. 


Earns 


Eara 


W. F. 


Fams 


, Hos, 


■a 403 


Earns 


, How 


ard C. 


Earns 
Fams 


,Jam. 
, Kan 


es R. 498 
■nj 


Earns 


, Keith D. 


Fams 


, Ken 


nit N. 


Earns 


, l.arr 


y S. 405 


Fams 


, Nan 


cy C 469 



hassi,, I, an J 3t,l 
Fallieruill, .Mielbv J 
Faol. on.r. 1 reddie G. 19» 



405 



Faiilkn,. l.-li. \ 
la.ilkiMi Mi.lia.lll :»' 
l,,.,lki... KcW, .dj 
Uulk,.,. K.ibert 1 
I J,,.. I. Kar.n A 405 
K..,.i s.isu.K. 
l-jii.lc HoberlJ. 
lau.-i. Barbara L. 498 
FauOi. Michael E 
Eavre. Anthony C. 
Faw. Susan W. 
Fawley. Mananni 
Fay. John P. 
FaJio, Jelfrey A. 
Feather. Ham B 
Feather. J.ihn L. 
Fee. Donald 0. 
Fee. Roscoe 



Kellnei. FraiikW 

Fellner. SheJa D. 

Felbiec. Wilham 0. 

Felton. Roger A. 

Felly. Sharon K. 532 

Fel,. lames H, 

Fender, Michael L. 

Fennell. Oavid D. 

Fennell. Kent D. 

Fentress Kalhy B. 217.498 

Ference. Penny P. 

Ferguson. Alexander 

Ferguson. Deborah S. 454 

Ferguson. John R. 

Ferguson. Linda G. 532 

Feifell. Dennis R. 295,498,315 

FeneU, Denny L, 

Ferrell, Oonna B. 

F'errell, George C. 

FerneM, Charles D. 

Ferlig, Kathy L. 532 

Fetter. Man B. 

Fetter, Susan C. 

Feurer, Mark A. 

Fey, John H, 

Field. Carolyn E. 498 

Fields. Charlie R- 

Fields Oonald E. 

Fields Oonetta 

Fields Edward. Jr. 

Fields. Fn-d 

Fields It.dilh I (49, .166. 469 



\l,i 



, S I'l 



1 1., ii.i„,rji. y 11. 'I 

1 1 Kiili.i..l I 332 

l.u:...s M..I.J. I II 3.12 
FiggsUiarl.-, II 
Figgs, Jonathan M 
Fighlmasler. Wdliam 
Figlestahler, Robert 
Figueiredo, BeLsy J, 



. H.) 



ard M 



File. Richard A 

lilberl. liana L 498 

lilippu.,., Paul N 198 

F..i,el lleborali R 345.405 

F.1..1. 1 ar..lv.. 1. 291.317.405 

hi.dlev. Koberl s 

I u.dlev, ll....nas t 218,260 

h..gei, Mi.hael J 469 

Finis Harold K, 

Fmk. JelTrey A. 

Finley, Dariene 

Finley, Oevera F. 

Finley, Glenda C. D. 

Finley, Mae 

FmnelLJohnW. 

Finney, Dale J. 

Finney, JamceC, 

Finsterle, SteveJ. 

Firesline Sandra I.. 220,469 

Fi-.her, AnnH 

F..<her, KimlinnS 532 

Fi-cher. l.vndaK. 405 

Fisel, Elsanna 

Fish. C. Ben 498 

Fish. Man E. 271,532 

Fisher, Beverly J. 532 

Fisher. Bmce P. 

Fisher. Candace K. 532 

Fisher. Cecd C. 

Fisher. Cnttcnden M. 

Fisher. Cynthia D. 301,351,454 

Fisher. David K, 532 

Fisher, Divid M. 

Fisher, Dorothy G- 

Fisher, Cordy 252 

Fisher. Larry S. 



Fisher. Mark A. 379 
Fisher, Pnscilla E, 
Fisher, Richard H., II 
Fisher, I'erry J, 
Fisher, Waller T. 377 
Fisher, Wanda S, 
. Patnci ■ 



K..II.. 



- II 



I la. ,11, Ml, ha. I I. 
llairU Paul S 41". 
Hanagaii, Kern J 312 
Haiidrcju.Janel E 
Flaiinerv, Geneva S. 
Hall, Johnny L 
Fie, hier, John H. 
Flckenstein, Robert 
Fleig, Lawrences. 
Fleming, Dianna L. 
Fleming, Judy G. 
Fleming, Roberl B. 
Flesch, Kathleen A. 
Flel,h.r. Bnite 1 223 
FIcnhe,, Ian., e I 
Fid. her l.,vd W 
Fl.n. Innii, Bradv R 
Fliralium, Catherine M. 454 
Flinker, Paul J. 
FlinU Sleven R. 260,377 
Fhschel, Bany J. 
Flood, Anna M. 498 
Flood, Man W. 469 
Flora, KeiUi A 
Florence, Eugenia K. 
Florence, Marisa J. 532 

Flonan, Robin L, 532 

Floyd, Bobby 0. 

Floyd, Carol A. 

Floyd, Carroll C, 

Flovd, Oebra S 532 

Floyd, Tom L. 

Flvnn, Alan W. 469 

FIvnn. Claudia M. 

Flvnii, David L. 

Flynn, Ethel P. 

Flynn, Freeda J. 

Flynn, James H 469 

Flynn, Jerrold D. 

Flynn, John W. 

Flynn, KaUii A 406 

Flynn. Kathleen A 

Flynn, Roberl C. 

Flvnn, Roberl G. 

Flvnn, Sheila A. 

Flvnn, Susan J 

Flvnn. hmolhv L 332 



llv 



.eth 



Fockele, Robert D. 

hoels. Mel 225 

Fofl, James C 367,406 

Fogg, Edward B. 

Fogle, Thomas K. 

Fogl. Nancy A. J 

Eofand. John E. 331.446 

Foley. Glenn A. 

Foley. John R, 276,367,469 

Foley, Judy A 401j 

F..I.V I .-a Y 296,409 

F..I.V K.«er \ 167 

t,.l.-, si,.., \ Mil, 

l,.lk, 11. IK 1. in: 

l..lli. k hdrbj.j s 

Followell, Karen H 469 

Fonville, Nancy K 498 

FOOTBALL 224-233 

Forbes Candace N. 

Forbis I nnna L, 

F'ord, Bridgctt J, 532 

Ford, Geha A, 

Ford, Danny R 

Ford, James M. 

Ford, John C. 

Ford, Sheila A, 406 

Ford. Sue H. 

Fore, Larry D, 

Foreman, Caynell H. 342,406 

Forester, Bettie J 

Forguer, Dons P 

Forkner, Holly R 

Fomian, Arthur A 

Forsberg, Robert GJr 371,498 

Foisyihe, James L 369.4111, 

ForsyOie. Pahicia 1- 120.469 

Fortenben. James I 

Forth, Deborah A 217,498 

Former, Douglas W 

Fortney, JoyceJ. 

Fortney, Kenneth L. 

Fortney, Wendell 

ForOiy, Jane A. 532 

Fonverck. Jill L. 

Foster. Arthur L 446 

Foster, Bobby E, 

Foster, Deborah J, 

Faster, Donald G, 

Foster. Frances 

Foster, James M. 

Foster, John S, 

Foster, Judith A, 

Foster, Rebecca D- 533 

Foster, Rilla L, 

Foster, Steven R. 379,533 

Foster, Susan L. 533 

Fotheipll. Eleanor G- 

Foumans. Peter N. 

Fou^ee. Roy E.. Jr. 

Foust, Donna L. 

Fouts. Arnold M, 

Fouls. Nancy P 

Fowler. Connie W 

Fowler. Joy S. 533 

F'owler. Katreka 498 

Fowler. Nanci E, 498 

Fowler, Susan L, 

Fowler. Teresa L. 470 

Fox. Charles S. 



JX, Jams C 
ax. Jo A, 193, 
215,219,37: 



Frank, Alan 1 


Frank Nancy J 3011 


Fraiikenberg, Manann 


Fianklin. lohnU 


l,j..kl,n Karh * 


F,,o.kl.,., M..hjelK 


Franks shern 1.. 154.300 


Franxman. Linda L. 


Eraser, Micheal J 


Frasier. Lamy D, 


FRATERNITY HOUSES 50 


Fravert, Gail 1. 1711 


Frazer, Paul II 


Erazier, Charles |i 1711 



Fratier: Judy E, A, 


Frazicr, Mansha K 


Erazier, Michael R. 


Erazier. Ros<„eL.,Jr, 


Frazier, Roy R 


Fra/ler, Tyrone V 
Frazier, Wayne 


Fread, Ronald E 333 


Fredeneh, Ham 11. 


Fredenck, llavid B 


Fredenck. Faith M. 


Fredenck, Kenneth E. 454 


Fredenck, Rex L. 


Fredenck, Stephen L. 


Freeland. John O. 


Ereels. Joanna 


Freeman, Brenda L. 


Freeman, James W 


Freeman. John i: 



. Robbin L. 



Freese. Linda J, 500 

French, Alyce R 

French, Gary C. 

French, Gwenn M. 470 

French. Jacquelyn Y, 

French. John A. 

French. Sue A. 

French. Vicky C. 

Frenake. Mane E 

FRESHMAN CLASS 520 

Fee son. Jim M. 

Frew Gerald D, Jr. 286.287.470 

Frey.JdID. 351.407 

Freytag. Sandra K. 

Enekc. Wdham C. 213.407 

Fnday. Mary L, 56 

Fnediy, Harold H, Jr 319,331,367,406 

Fnedman, Janel 219,470 

Friend, Evelvn J M 

Fnsby, Maijaret 4 

Fnson, Audrey L 

Fnth,Kathly nil 5110 

FnLsch, Loma J B 

Fntsch. Mary S 

FnlLs, Ruth L. 267,446 

Fnt2, Beverly W. 

Fnl2, Charles T, 373,470 

Fntz, Douglas E. 

Fritz, Can N 

Fnia, Gerald L 470 

Fntz, Rus.sell A 

Fnlz, Vickie 219,351,407 

Fniz, Yolanda 

Frodge, Harold B. 

Froehhch. Robert N. 533 



aan, William K. 
nme, Thomas J 
nmeyer Steven J, 225,533 

I, Jo. - 



, David F 
tn.st, Pali. J 407 
Fr..st, I homa- M. 
Fro.le, Lois A 
Fn. Elian J. 
Fry. William F, 
Frye, Lovell W, 
Fryer, BUly M, 

1, Julian F, 



Fry IT 






n, Richard E.. II 407 
n, Roberl A. 314 
n.VickiK. 318.454 
■e, John M, 533 

Fuchs Karen 0. 407 

Fuchs Roberl T. II 

Fugate, Betty A, 

Fugate, Bobty J. 407 

Fugate, Brenda 

Fugate, Brenda S. 407 

Fugale. David L. 361,407 

Fugate, Denny 

Fugate, Don 

Fugale, Farrell F- 361,500 

Fugate, Jack D, 

Fugate, Kenneth S, 

Fugate, Linda G. 

Fugale, Peggy L. C. 

Fugate, Robert J. 

Fugate, Sally R, 

Fugate, Sharon L 500 

Fugazzi, Debra E. 500 

Fugill, William M, 

Funi Pamela L 

Fuller, Carol 275 



Index and Directory 585 



Fuller, Lisa R. 215.292.29l),4TO 

Kullt-r, Llllen.Jr. 

Fuller. Man ft, 377,333 

FuUer, Shirley *, 

Fuller, Yolorrda C .i33 

FulEz. Bill 

Funderburk. Billv L. 

1 any. Ho> t. 

liirik.Su>an \, 

lurike, HaiidW- 341.377 

lonke. Mania L. 333 

Funkhou,<er. Ruber! E. 

Fuqua, Benjamin E. 

Fuqua, John H. 

Furnish, Billv T, 

Fu».n. John M. 



533 






on. Loi 



Oabbard. Barbara R. 
i;abbard, Bobby ^. 
(iabbard. Keilh D, 47(1 
I'.abbard. Manlee M. 
Gabbard. Nancy F. 500 
(iabbard, Ohmer R, 
(.iabbard, Paula C. 
(Jabbard. Penny 308.533 
Gabbard. Rose M. 
(iabbard. Sharon 407 
Gabeharr.Janel K. 533 
liabharl, Laura 1- 470 
Gabriel. Gabnel H. 
Gadd. Ljrry \. 533 
Galley. Barbara J. 533 
Galfin. Timolhy L. 533 
liaflney . Mar^ L 407 
liaflney. Peggy S. 
(iaforlh. Robyn 286 
Ga^el. Charles U. 
Gailor. Lindy L. 
Gaines, Dee Dee 330 
Gaines, Marilyn 1). 341.470 
Games Pamela J. 375 
Gaines. Rodnev G. 357 
(iailher. Denin; M. 51)0 
t.alati. Sujan L 
Galbrailh. Cynlhia 
Galbrealh, Sandra S 
r.ale, Dr. Ootid 128 
Gale. Donald J 322 
Gale. Elizabeth J 
Gallic r, ,\nn M. 
(iail, .Andrev. J. 533 
GaU. Roxaiine B. 470 
liallagher, Joseph M, 
Gallagher, Mark S, 
Gallaiher, Mar^ M 300 
Gallagher. Stephen M 
Gallaher. Kalhleen 4 212.470 
Gallaher. keyin \- 
Gallenbeck Steyen G. 407 
Galtenslein. George L 
Galloway. John C. 214,313.500 
(iamble, Steyen E. 
Gambrel. Lee 
Gambrell, Dayid R. 470 
Games. Connie F. 500 
Gammell. Glona R, 187 
(iander, Ktmi k 
Gander, David L. 
Ganii. ftilha 



ion, Ka' 



ond 



GanL MUdred M. 
(ianL Robert k. 
Ganu \ icki M. 
Gaida,Judi(h C 470.323 
Gardner. David J 
Gardner. En 



Gardn. 



. Gai 



Gardner. Jame, L- 470 
Gardner. Janice L. 300 
Gardner, Jeffrey ft 
Gardner. Lisa A. 47U 
liardner, Rebecca L. 333 
(iarland. James S. 
Gamer. B. J 309 
Gamer. Eliza C 



•It. kai 



,454 



t.arr. KathyJ, 
Garrett. Angela J 
liam-((. Barbara J 
(Tarre(uCharlene B. 
Garrett. Delons F. 
Ganv((. Gree221 
(iarrelt. Richard C 
Garrett, ftdham A. 533 
Garrett, ft illiam G- 292.471 
Gamson. Charies L. 
Garnson. Donald, Jr. 
Garnson, Gary P, 
Garnson, Jeffrey D, 
tiarth. Cynthia S. 177.4711 
Gartin, Diana G, 172.407 
Gary m, Chnstine 
Gan in, Stephen K 
(ia-sli, Daniel L 407 
(iaskin, Uaire F 
(iaskin.s Larry J 
Gaskins. Norma s 
(iasU .Nindra L 300 
Gatchel. Claire S. 
liateley.Jo.-ephP 333 
Cates, Donald 21h,3I7 
Gale.s Linda J, 
(ialewood, Glenn 
GathrighL Laura \. 500 
GathffftalterE. 
liatton, Vuki L 407 
Gatz. Robert L 
(iav.CarolJ, B, 
Gay.Deb.irah \, 



(iay. LvnneM. 
(iay, Paul F. 470 
(iay. Phillip 
l.jvhdrl. Elizabeth C. 
Gay heart. Bobby L. 
I.avle. \eronira'347. 107 
liearharl. William D. 319 
GedlinE. Ellen C 
Gedling. James L 



Chai 



.elbau>*n. Paul A- 
elter. Ralph D. 
..nlhnei. Mary J 



L.c: 



, tt 



(.entry. Linda A. 
lientry.LyiinE- M 
(ientry. Man C 
Gentry. Michael R. 252 
Gentry, Richard L. 
Gentry. Shiriey C. 
Gentry, n lima J- 533 
Geogliegan, Joyce A. 
Geoghegan, Robert S. 333 
George, Chester ft- 
George, Laura B. 
lieorge, Linda A. 470 
George. Lou ft- 269.271 

George! Randv K. 500 

George, Rena S, 

Gephart, Leann 533 

Gerace, Michael E. 44* 

Gerald, Bdly P. 

lieiald. -Michael H. 

Gerardi. Alfredo C 

Gerding. Diane L. 454 

Gerlach. Pamela S- 305.533 

GERMAN CLLB315 

lieiNt. Mary A. 

Gertei.<en. Ruby L 

Gerth. Richard ft - 

Gesenhue-s \ ictona 

Ges,s. David C 

Gelman. Barbara R. 407 

Gevedon. Frances R 

Gevedon. Gloria G- 323.533 

Gfell. fimothy L 

(iiancola. Lana C 

Gibbons^ Danny L- 

Gibbs. AnnaC. 

Gibbs, Carol D 

Gibbs. Ellen M. 217.500 

Gibbs. GiTigory A- 364.407 

Gibbs, James R- 373,407 

Gibbs, Laurence F- 

Gdih,, Paul L 375,470 

Gdibs, Rebecca L. 533 

Gibson. Alice L. C. 

Gdison. Becky E. 

Gibon. Charles \L 

Gibson. Clara 407 

(iib-soii, Claudia A 500 

C,h>on.C.H. 184.18--. 

Gibson. David R- 123.196,198.212 

286,407 
Gibson, Deborah A, 470 
. Donna A- 



Gibsc 



. Dre 



I, Earl C. 
Gibson. Gene C. 470 
Gibson. Jim E, 
Gibson, Joe D. 218 
Gibson, Jo,<ephB., Jr. 407 
Gibson. Judy S. 
(iibson, Karen 300 
Gibson, Urry L 
Gibson, Margaret A 470 
Gibson. Martha R. 500 
Gib,«on. Mary B. 
Gibson. Melissa L- 500 



Gibso 



, Melis 



Gihson, Paul D, 311 
Gibson, Robert M. 470 
Gibson, Roger ft', 
Gibson, ft ilTiam E. 
Gicsler, Barbara L. 333 
Gifford. Lu Ann 304.470 
Gdbcrt, Cebert 
Gilbert, Charles C 500 
GUbert, Cindy K, 
Gilbert, David E. 
Gilbert. Glenn D. 359 
Gilbert. Henry P. 
Gilbert. John E. 
Gilbert. Lon K. 
Gdbert. Luther. Jr 
Gilbert. Michael E. 
Gilberl. Sherrv L. 533 
Gilbirt. rhere.-e K, 
Gilberl. \ ickie L- 533 
l.ilberl, ftillard 133 
.ilev Keilh L 



Gilke. 



iR, 



- 1) 



l.Jl, \ndrei. 
Gill, Diane L 317 
Gill, Jennifer A, 
Gill. Paul J 

Gillespie. Connie S- 333 
Gille-pie, Emily S- 
Gillespie. Stephen K. 
Gillev. Joan 560 
Gilham, Don, F 
(iilliam, Paul E. 
Gilhan-s. Nancy A- 292 
Gilliland. DavidJ. 
Gilhland. Flora J. 
liilhland. Patncia B. 
Gilhland. Phyllis M. 
Gilliland. Terese 
Gilhland. \ irgmia D. 
Gilhland. \ irginia L 
(iillim Manon H. 
Gillingham, Clarence 
Gillispie, Charley E, 324.446 
Gillispie, Manlyn A, 
Gillum, Howard R, 
Gilman. Conslancc ft. 



Gilinore, Guen L. 321 
Gdmore. Penny R. 454 
Gilpin, Naney ft', 
Gilpin, Neal B, 
Gilpin, Neal B. 
GiLson, Sherry L. 454 
GiKnet. Rebecca S. 316,470 
Ginder. PhJipJ, 
Giiigra,s Herbert L. 
Guard. Mark B. 
Girdler. Jackie P 
Gudner. Reeda \ , 
Gish. DorisJ- E. 
Given. ChaHene 330,349 
Givens Elizabeth J, 500 
Giveiiis James R- 
Givens, Rhonda G- 500 
Givens. Teiysa G. 
(iivhan. Aaron T. 
Gli-goy«. Harr^ k- 361.470 



ov,. Jai 



r L 



Glai 

I.Ijsv 

Gli~, Paul A 

(.las-, \ Hki l- 

(.las-^ock. Helen M 

Glasscock, kaye \ 296 

Glasscock, ft ill lamH, 

Gtae,Gary ft- 407 

Olenn, Bonnie F- 407 

Glenn. Mary E 

Glenn, Steven N, 

Glenn, ft ay ne D 243 

Gli.s-son, Arthur 

Glos,N Jen L, 470 

Glover. Lynndy 322.500 

Glover. Stella L. 

Glowski. Maureen E. 351.333 

Gluck. Naney A. 

Gnadmger. (barter L B. 

Gnadinger. Craig T- 407 

Goatley. Charles F 470 

(ioadev.John E. 407 

Goallev.ftilbert H. 333 

Coble. D. Irene 

Goble. Donald H- 

(ioble, EarlJ„Jr, 

Goble, James A. 470 

Goble, James D. 

Goble, John P, 

Goble. Pamela 

Godbey.Jane A. 533 

Godby.ForreslE. 

Godby. Geraldean 291 

Codsey. Dale A. 



Godse 



, Roi 



. H. 



Goebel. Joyce A- 

Go-UN Elizabeth A 

Goetz, Lisa A, 454 

Goll. Deborahs 311 

Gotorlh. Marcia A, 

Golorlh. RobvnS, 

Gogerty. Knsiine 

Gohmann, \ irgmia M. 270.271 

Goin-s, Betty C. 

Com-., Blanche B. 

Goiiis, Brenda K. 

Goiiis. Dale C. 

(ioiiis. David A. 225 



Goiii.. ftlLiamR. 

Golb. r;. Bjorn F. 533 

Goldbach. Pamelas 

Gold b.' IE. David R 

Golden. Martha A, 

Golden, Mary E, 

Golden, Mary L, 

Goldsmidi, Roger N. 533 

Goldsmith, Stanley N, 

Goldston, Phillip L 

Golf Team 262 

Gohghtly, Donna J 308.500 

Golyer, Peggy E, 

Gooch. David A- 

Gooch. Sarah L. 214.320.329.500 

Good. CvnthiaJ 

Goodaker. Michael A 

I......IjII KlL.nda k. 317.351 



tins, Bnan s 

Goodini. PatnckJ. 
Goodleit, Charlene A 
Goodletle. Paula J, 
Goodloe. Rubv L- 300 
Goodman, Ceroid 107 
Goodman. Shelia F 533 
Goodpaster. Laura E 533 
Goodwin. Judy k- 
Goodw in, Sarah E- 
Gordon, Connie S. 
Gordon. Douglas ,A. 
Gordon. George L. Jr. 260,470 
Gordon. Glenn C- 
Gordon. Milton T 
Gordon. Rebecca A. 
Gore. Ralph L 
Gonntlo. Pamela J, 534 



Goisvir. Richard N. 
Gothard, Richard D. 
Gover, Elizabeth ft. 
Cover. Jimmy ft 470 

I...V.I K,.l»rl 1, 






J M 



lady, Patncia k- 
raf. Debra A. 300 
raff. Mary C. 470 
raff. Richard J. 
raham, Candice 53' 
raham, Carol J. 



(irah 


am, Carol M. 


Grah 


am, Daniel R. 


!::;;!; 


im' lij.i.la'l, 333,534 


Grail 


am li'mll' 

am, Linda G- 373 


Grah 




Grah 


am, Ronna L, 


Graham-HdI. Stephen 


Grail 


Louis R. 


Gran 


ger, Kay D. 


Gran 


t, David L 




t. Diane 


Grant, Dons A, 


Gran 


t. Joseph R. 


Gran 


.LarrVG. 162 




U Rhonda F. 


Gran 


. Robert C 446 


Gran 


L ftlavne 


GraLsch, Marv M- 


Grav 


ens, t-ihanry 


Graves, David R, 


Gray 


es. Dawn k. 342 


Gray 


e-s, Edward E- 560 


Grav 


es, Fannie 320 


Grav 


es, Helen C 60,500 


Grav 


es,Jaine.E 


Cray 


ess Larey L, 


Grav 


es, U^h J 272 


Cray 


es.Man F 47U 



Gra 



e,s Mai 



Gray, BeveHy L. 309 
Gray. Bonnie C. 446 
Gray. Charon A, D 
Gray. Gary E, 196.286 
Grav, Gayle E. 
, Harold G. 



.Juha 
. kathai 



■ A, 500 



- 361 



eOiE. 
Gray. Lesley N. 
Gray.MarihelenH. 
Gray, Nicholas 
Gray, Ricky R, 
Gray, Robin E. 
Gray, Susan C, 
Gray, Susan L. 
Gray. Terry L. 
Gray, ftdliam 
Gray.ftJham 
Gravson. Elaine T. 
Grayson. Rita E- 500 
Gtaziani. ThedaJ- 291.534 
Grear. David C 
Grear, Glenda k- 
Grealhouse. Donna k- 300 
Greayer. Bruce P. 
Greaver. Sally A- NL 
GREEkS296 
Greely. Thomas A- 
Green. Anthony 
Green. Charles H. 
lireen, Charles L 
Green, Che ri I U 317,353 
Green, Qifton E. 
Gnen. Debra E. 500 
Green. Fred B. 
Green. George D. 
Green, Gordon E. 373 
Green, Jessie H. 
Green. John L 
Green. Joseph ft. 
Green. KaOiy G- 316 
Green. Kevin M. 379 
Green. Marjone H 470 
Green. Michael E, 280.471 
Green. Paul ft , 
Green. Paula F. 
Green, Rosemary 
Green, RuOi A. 
Green. Sonja T- 
Green. Steven D 214,314,500 
Green. Suan M 
Green. \ ickie L- 334 
Greenbetg. Paula J, 
Greenburg, Dairy I G, 
Greene. Antoinette R, 534 
Greene. Arty P 
Greene. Bob \ , 
Greene. CaOienne M, 534 
Greene. Cynthia L 
Greene. Deborah J 
Greene. Lam T 
Greene. Mary E- 471 



. stey 



iL- 



Greene. Ten L. 291.534.1 12 
Greenhill. Clarence C 
GreenhJl, Mary H, 
Greenlee, Harnet F. 
Grccnslate, Connie S, 
Greenup, ftilliam L. 
Greenwell, Johnny B, 331.373 
Greenwell, Karen D. 533 
Greenwell. Lvnne M. 454 
Greenwell. Mercedes A. 
Greenwell. Robert V. 
Greenwell. ftilham M 
Greer. Debra R. 3 16.534 
Greer. Drucilla B. 
Greer. Edward R. 
Greer. Guy R. 
Greer. James 0.. Jr. 
. Randall D. 



Gre 



. Valel 



Gregg, Rita K, 
Gregg. Robert E . Jr, 
Gregonis. \ icki j. 
Gregory. Beulah M, 534 
Gregory. Bobby C, 
Gregory, Earl JR. 
i.r,B.jry.Gail E. 321 



IM. 



:500 



Gregoi , 

Gregory, Uny J 409 

Gregory, Laura R. 534 

Gregory. Linda G, 

Gregory. Margaret D. 315.471 

Gregory. Michael A. 

Gregory. Phillip N, 409 

Gregory. Regina A, 

Gregory. Shirl F, 334 

Grey.JuanKaL 



Grey, Susan A, 

Greynolds, Chester A. 

GHbbins. Danny R 

Cnder. Jame.ft 

Grider. Marsha C, 4U9 

Gnder Sandra D 

Gnder lominv D 446 

Griffey. Jo \, 339,300 

Gnffin. Belsy K- 

Gnffin. Oiarle. ft 

Gnffin. Cviilhia R, 

Gnffin, Gregory M- 

Gnffin, Janel M- 501 

Griffin. Jeanne A. 534 

Gnftin, Joan C. 

Gnffin. Jo-eph A. 

Gnffin. Kenton G. 307,309.471 

Gnffin, L. J. 

Gnffin. Larry F. 

Gnffin. Laurel J. 307.534 

Griffin, Linda B. 377,534 

Gnffin, Linda D. 

Gnffin, Nelson L.. J r 

Griffin, PaUsy A, 

Gnffin, Sarah A. 



shr. 



J I 



1 L- 379 

i.nlliili In. I, 454 

i.nllilhi.an J 379,501 

Gnffith, (iarv R, 286 

Gnffith. Gregory B. 

Gnffith. Gwynne N. 

Gnffith. John B. 

Gnffith. Michael ft. 

Gnffith. Thomas E. 214 

Gnffiths, Elizabeth 339,534 

Gnggss Billye R. 

Gnggs Rozellen 

Gnggs, ,Serena J 

Gngsby. Gregory R- 

Gngsby- lame- L, 

Gngsby. Johnny L 

Gngsby.LucindaJ-P. 

Gngsby, Sheila A' 501 

Gngsby, ft Oliam P. 

GRILL 37 

Gnni, Leroy 

Gnmes, Bill A. 

Grimes. Linda A, 216.317,301 

Gnmes- Lois F, 

GnmeN Man A, 

Cnnage. Jo« H,. Ill 221,331,362,409 

Gnner. RamonaJ 

Gnppa. Jane E. 334 

Gnse. Elizabeth J- 301 

Gn-se. Martha2l4 

Gnse, Robert O. 

Gnswold. Margaret A- 286.322,534 

Gntton. Cindv A- 

Gntton. Ganielt L 

Gntton. Lany A, 

Gnvelti. VemaL 309.313.471 

Grogan. Gan S 

GroUig, James NL 

Grollig, Patncia J 434 

Gronberg, Rickie G, 

Gronberg, fern I. 

Gro,«enbach, Barbara J, 534 

Gross, Colin 

Gross, Freda J, 501 

Gross. Man M, 

Gros-s, Paula L- 471 

Gro.s,s Vernon 446 

Crote, Carol A 



Grc 



ue A 301 

inalee P 



Gmbb, Janet F D 
Grubbs, kaOiy l- 
Grabbs, Rebecca L 198.409 
Gmber J Richard. Jr 
Gmen. Charles A 
Gnienwald. Gregory ft. 
Grugin. Connie J 
Gnigln. Michael D, 
Grugin. Patnek A 
Grundman. Pamela R. 501 
Grandman. Patricia L 501 
Grundy. Anthony M, 
Gruner Allen k, 357 
Gruner. Robert C, 357 
Gue-s.s, Earl B, HI 
Guess, Elbert T 
Guesft, Lam F, 
Guess, Man N, 
Gueroa, Howard F, 339 
Guffey . Charlie H, 
Guffey. Lavenna K 
Guffy. Debbie k, 
Guilfoil, Manon S, 
Gukeisen, Sandra M. 301 
GuUett. Kimberiey A, 
Gullett. Robert J. 375 
GuUett. Sallvann B, 
Gullett. Sandra R. 
Gullelle. Kenneth R. 3: 
Gulletle. Robert L. Jr 
Gulley. Barbara A, 
Gulley, Coniie M. 
Gulley. Lynn R. 314.409 
Gullion.Roberl. Jr 
Guman. Karen P, 
Gundel. Lon J, 333 
Gurganu.s Jane ft. 166 
Gulenson. Charies E, 243.334 
Gulhne. Patnek D, 
Gutman. Robert J. 
Gultennan. Joseph ft. 
Gutterman, Margaret A. 
Guy. David A, 
Guyn. Qiaries H. 



501 



. Edward J 



llai 

Haas, Maivaret'R. 534 
Haban. Eva A. 
Haban. Joseph A. 
Habeeb. Sam J,. Jr 
Habieh, Ten D. 



•586 Index and Directory 




Rich Harrison directs some fellow students during a television production class. 



Hacker, Bfucr 501 

Hacker, Uenni» B. 

Hacker. Edivard M. 501 

Hacker, Elvin J 

Hacker, C.jil V 317,1U<) 

Hacker, Joaii 

Haiker, l.arr^ » 

Hacker, Malver) J. +71 

Hacker. ManlynS. B. 

Hacker. Sanilv A. 534 

Hacker. Sidney C. 

Hacker, Sieve M, 

Hacker, ft ilhamD, 409 

Hackell, Judv A, 

Hackell, Mary J, 

llackman, Mary F, 409 

Hackney. Donald L. 

Hackworlh, Danny W. 309,312.409 

Haddn. tdward H. 

Kaddis. Harold K. 

Haddix. Kathleen M. 

Haddix. Roy H. 

Haden. K. Ann 409 

Haeberlin. Glenn E. 

Haegcle. Joseph R. 533 

Haegele, Rulh M. 32.1.501 

Haentschke, Karl L, 

Hater. Craig T, 379 

Haney. Connie B. 454 

Halley, Glenda A. 534 

Halley, Joan T. 

Hafley, Manlyn R. 501 

Hagan. Ann R. 

Hagan, Evan H. 377 

Hagan. Peggy S. 

Hagel,Joe251 

Hager. Uura B. 534 

Hager. Obenta 182 

Haggard. Richard W. 

Hahn. i;harles L. 501 

Haighl. Phyllis D. 

Hail. Carol A, 

Hail, Duns \ 

Hall, Douglas ft. 

Hail, Richard B, 

Hairslon, Cora L, 501 

Hainiton, Nora L 501 

Halbauer. Constance 349.501 



Halberl. Denise L. I. 454 
Halberl, Suaan E. 
Halbert. Thomas G. 
Haleomb, Edwina 
Halcomb. Judv R, 292.471 
Haleomb. Larry C, 471 
Halcomb. Michael H. 534 
Haldt, CaH F, 
Hale, Brenda F. 
Hale. Charles E., Jr. 
Hale, Darrell W. 373,409 
Hale, Eddye C. 
Hale, Jimmy L, 
Hale, John H, 
Hale, Marcus C 534 
Hale, Marsha A- 
Hale,WaleelahD, 316,502 
Hale. William E, 
Hales, Alice M, 
Haley. Douglas R, 
Haley. Theresa E. 534 
Halrtman. Betty C- C. 
Halffman, Paul F 
Halfhill, Andrea K, 471 
Halfhill, Barry W, 410 
Halford, James E„ Jr, 534 
Hall, Alice M, 
Hall. AnnaG. 
Hall. Arlena 
Hall, Arlie R. 
Hall, Benny V. 
Hall, Candisc S. 
Hall, Chuck 373 
Hall, Colette A, 
Hall, Connie G, 329,302 
Hall, Dariene P. 534 
Hall. David M. 367 



HalLJoev R. 

Hall. John F. 

Hall. John T- 377 

Hall, Joseph M. 

Hall, Karan R. 534 

Hall, KalhyG. 

Hall. Kevin L. 

Hall, Larry S. 

Hall. Lilhe M- 

Hall, Lynn W. 

Hall. Mitchell K, 

HALL OF FAME 192 

Hall, guinna E. 

Hall. Ritchie J. 379 

Hall. Robert G. 

HalL Robert W- 410 

Hall. Samuel A.. Ill 534 

Hall. .Sarah F. 

Hall. Sheila K. 534 

Hall, .Sherrel K. 

Hall, Stephen K. 324,471 

Hall, Sue A- S. 

Hall, Susjn E, 534 

Hall, lamaraL, 315 

Hall, leresa A, 

Hall, leresa L, 471 

Hall Tei 



Hall, 



. 1) 



Hal 



aK. 



Hall, Donna S, 502 
Hall, Emily L, 
Hall, Enoch C. HI 
Hall, Frances F. 
Hall, Glenda K. 446 
Hall. Henry D. 
HaM. James C. 534 
Hall. Jarold K. 560 
Hall. Jeffen L, 
Hall, Jimmy R, 



, K, 111 
Hall, lommv D, 
Hall, \ickie L, 
Hall, Victoria E. J, 
Hall. William B 471 
Hall. William C 
Hallcron. Barbara E. 410 
Hallis. James 
Hallis, Vaughn W, 
Halhwell, Ann P. 534 
Hallmark, Gary R, 
Halloran, Joan P, 320,502 
Haipin, Donald J. 
Halscy. Judy P. 
Halstad. Chans.se M. 471 
Halstead. Patricia G, 560 
Halsled, Jemanne 454 
Halter, Jack R, 
Ham. Denms B, 
Ham, Judith C 



Haman, Cynlhia L, 533 
Hamblen, Thomas J, 447 
Hamblin, Karen L 535 
HambK, larol L 410 
Haincl \Mi, \1 

Han 11, llarbarjj. 

H,,ii„ll.,i, llarlMuN 



ll,,i 



Hamilloii, MclindaJ T 
Hdmilli.il, Ml, hael W, 535 
Haiiultun. Muhelle 
Hamilloii, I'almerL 
Hamilton, Robin L 410 
Hamilton, Ronald D. 
Hamilton, Hoy 
Hamilton, Kus,sell D 
Hamilton. Sandra K, 
Hamilton. Sarah N, 320,321,410 
Hamilton, Thomas C, 535 
Hamlin, Mananne 
Hamlin, Richard W, 
Hamlin, lommy L, 
■■ m, Jerry A, 



Hai 



m, Lai 



, David M. 471 
Hammer, Barbara J, 446 
Hammel, Robert D, 
Hammond, Carv E, 
Hammond, Larry B. 
Hammond. Terry R. 
Hammonds, Charles A, 
Hammonds, Danny L, 
Hammonds Michael 
Haramon., Beverly L 
Hamm.in., Ilrrnda L, D, 
Hjiiiiii.ui. 1 i.iilj K. 291,502 
Hjiiiin..ii. linl.rl P. 502 
Hj.iiiii..n- «ill.jm M, 410 
Hani.. II llj.ici 
Hampl..n,(.hdr D 
Hamplon, llavid A 
Hampton, llavid E. 410 
Hampton, Georgina 502 
Hampton. Jacqueline 
Hampton. Juanita M 
Hamplon, Percy E, Jr 
Hampton, Ronnie J 
Hampton, Shelton M. 

Ham, , -ii.an f 

Haiiipl..,,. \jl.r.. II -,.1-. 
Hampl...., \.. ki L 471 

Hainpl U.lliamJ 

Hanioik, Michael E, 369.471 
Hancock, Robert A,. Jr, 
Hand. Mary E 

Handley. Cheryl A, 316,320,471 
Handley. Michael B. 410 
Handman. Jeffrey S. 302 
Handshoe. Debra A. 
//oney, Donald C 164 
Haney, KimberleaJ. 345 
Haney, Shiriey L. 
Haney. Sidney L, 
Haney, William P, 
Hankjns, Linda R, 
Hankins, Lijette F, 
Hanklns, Paul D, 
Hanley, Colin B, 295 
Hanlev, Ronnie J, 
Hanlon, Julie A, 
OamesE, 



Har 



Hanria, Knsb M. 

Hannah, Fairy 

Hannah, Jon M. 



Hai 



, Richard R, 315,410 
Harinan, Victor R, 446 
Hanner,JohnL 
Hanner, Rebecca S. 349,483 
Hannen., Edith M, 
Hanrahan, James P. 
Hanscum, Sue A, 
Hansel, Jeftrey S, 
Hansen, Allen N, 
Hansford, Charles V 4111 
Hanson, Linda S. 471 
Hanson, Mark W. 
Happoldt, i:andie L, 471 
Haralson, Chen A, 535 
Haralson. Robert W. 293,472 
Harbin, Barbara J. P 
Harbin, AH 330.371.548 
Harbin. Pamela M. 292 
Harbin. Roberta A 174 
Harbin. Steve 371 
Harbison. Charles F, 
Harbison. Farrell A. W, 
Harbut. I'yrone C, 199,260,365 
HardcisUe, Gerald L. 
Harden. Jeftrey L. 379.502 
Harden. Nancy L. 
Hardestv. Michael J. 
Hardesty, Monica J, 
llardesly, Pcggv J,535 
Hardeslv, Susan 
Hardgrove. Drew s, 
Hardin, George L,, Jr 225,260 
Hardin. Irene 
Hardin, Kathleen K. 
Hardin, Kenneth E, 



Hardin, Kimberly 
Hardin, Roger W, 
Hardin, Ruel 1 
Hardin. -Sharon I. llll 
Hardin. Sii-ai, U 
Hardin. Tl...n.,.. 1 
Hardin. William I 
Hardin. Wilham H 
Hardy. ArthurJ 
Hardy. Charles E, 
Hardy, Daniel G. 
Hardy, Dons I, 535 
Hardy, Joseph K 359 
Hardy, Joyce 410 
Hardy, Steven K 
Hardy, WJburl. 
Hare. Carolyn C. 
Hare. Harold D, 
Hare, Michael l„ 
Hargis. Billy L- 
Haigiss Bonnie S. 
Hargis, James L 
Hargis, Teresa F 535 
Hargrove, Cathv II 1110.335 
Hargrove. Rohrl B. 
Harlleroad. David A 
llarkleroad. Palneia 
Harl. Allan C. Ill 
Harless, Tina R, 
Harlow, Beverly K, 
Harmon. BJlie S 
Harmon. Brenda C, C 286,472 
Hamion, Uiana L 
lUnnon. Mary A 324 
Harmon. Michael A. 
Harmon. Patricia L. 
Harmon, Paul M, 
llamion, Peggy A, 
Harmon, Shirley 4, G, 
Harmon, Tcre-a 11 560 
Hanied, Sandra E 
Hames,~, Carolyn A 410 
Harney, Brenda K. 172 
Harney, Danny K. 472 
Hamey, Marsha K, 533 
Harp, Rickie K. 
Harpel, Hams 331 
Harper, Deborah J 
Harper, Everetle F, Jr 
Harper, Ian W 
Harper, lames M 
Harper, Kimberlev D 292,502 
Harper, Linda S 502 
Harper, Rickie A. 
Harper, .Sha.-on G 
Hanell, Golan J 
Harrell, Sharon k, 
Harnnglon, Neil V 302 
Hams, Archie P, 
Hams, Barbara D, 
Harns. Barbara M, 
Hams, Brenda L 
Hams, Charles E, 
Hams, Cordelia 
Hams. Deborah A 341 
Hams. Deborah J 502 
Harns. Dee Dee 342 
Harns. Dennis 410 
Hams, Don L, 
Harns, Douglas tl. 
Hams, Edgar VJr 
Hams, Edna L, 
Hams, Ehsha. Jr 
Harns, Eslella 
Harns, Glenn, J r 
Ihrns. lame, D. 160 
Hams, John A. 
Hams, Johnny H, 
Harn.s Linda W, 
Harns, Margaret J, 373,381 
Harns, Marshel W. 
Harris, Martha J 
Hams, Man I 333 
Harns, Micheal L, 
Hams, iNorman 
Hams, Patncia A, 
Hams, Peron D, 
Harns, Ralph 
Hams, Rebecca L, 
Hams. Richard 
Hams, Ricky 11, 
Hams Robert L, 
Harns. Ronald K. 
Harns, Terne A, 472 
Hams, Vera A, 472 
Harns, Vicky L. 
Hams, Vivian L. 535 
Han-is, William F, 
Hams, William H, 472 
Harnson, Barbara J 218,410 
aj. 



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iM, 



Ham 
Ham 
Ham 
Ham 

Hamson, Judy L, 472 
Hamson. Menell J. 
Harnson, Paul R, 
Harnson, Ricky D 
Hamson. Sally M, 331 
Harnson, Steve M, 
Hamson, Thomas R„Jr, 
Hanod, William W, 243 
Hart, Amelia H, 
Hart, Curtis R, 
Hart. Gall M 333 
Hart. Gary W. 
HarL Hollis M, 392,410 
Harl. Isaac. J r, 
HarLjeffery ,S, 502 
HarL Jerry D, 
Hare Paula K- 410 
Hart, Peggy J. 
Hart, Sheree E, 503 
Harter, Janet L 341,381 
HarUey, Bmce A, 
Hartley, Elizabeth A, 
Hartley, James T, 472 
Hartman, Deborah L, 
Hartman, George S. 
Harlman, Marsha D, 
HarLsock, David M, 503 
Harlung, Kadiy M. 
Hartwell, Roberl 217 



Index and Directorv 587 



.. Je, 



Hjn<-v, Judilh K, 446 
Hantv.Judv A. 535 
Hjr>r>.PamciJ», 
HaniUe. fiobkv Sai 
Ha-h, Dra/ina S- 41U 
Hi-h, lohnP 472 
lla-l,. Mi.hael L 535 
Hj-h. S.rlonaJ 535 
hi-ki.ix lont C 
ll,.-lrr l./T^ I 






Ma 



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j-Hij k 



Hal, , ^ . - . 
Hallirid. Alai. K Jjli 
llatfidd. Akxj A. 446 
Halfield, Ava M. 345,377 
llalfield. Belly 1 75 
Halfjfid, Utborah A. 472 
Hattlrld, ^,3^^■ D. 

lUiliWd JudvG. 
Hjirirld LcmE. 
Halhrld Pallv L. 472 
FlallHld Paula F. 536 
Hatl.i KubvnM. 225 
Hjlmakrr IjrolynS. 
Kail.... I ..nnie E. 536 
Hjll..ri N-l-onC 
Hall..., Kodnpi r 
Hall,.,, Sandra K 
lljiaah,! [la. ...I K 214,503 
llai.wh.ldl, ^nn K 5li:i 



llauk,. 



> R 



r \1 



I... la 



Jr till 



llaukii 
lla-.k.,i. MariKn k 
lla»kH.. PamHia L 347 
Haukii.. K.jnald « 
Hav^ kjr.^ Ihoma^ (\ 
II. -.!.■>, I iM-arH 
l.-^ Kickie H. 



nt., Ji 



- Rhonda E, 



Ha 

lla>. II 
tij\ i...nn.r<, 
lia> ll.j.i.ia L III) 
lla>.rail,Prpf, J 
llaldr... Una. r H .)!.'. 
llaid.n, l,harlr-[i 
lla^d.•rl, (ieb.Jrah A till 
Haidrn, Jovph 1 
Haiden, Laura A 536 
Havdrn, Lula W 
Ha>d.n- Man P 
Haid-ri, MH.nda 1 '. «> 
Ha..l... M. X..,. Ir 
lla^.i. .. H..^.. rl \ '. 1'. 



Ha>.l.. 



lla>don, (harloM. E 
Havdoii,Jamc,G. 
Havdon. Thomas S.. 361 
Ha^c•^. Charles R, 
Hax.s, Da. id M 



,v Eddie 
s E.erell A 



Ha 
Ha. 
Ha. 

Ha.. -,_ _ 

llairv JrKrM I. )35tlO 
Ha>e, Jerrx A 
Ha>rv J.jarr(, "a.ilj 
Ha>.-, J..hn> 
lla.es M..nna[P 
lla,.x SanrvJ 
lla>r^ Ri.hardU 



Hj< 



r H 



-,. ,.._sll 472 

Hate-, V„ki, R. 536 
Ha>i!....d, JiihnnieG, 



, Bill Jli 
rl R 



Ha.-. Ell. 
lla>-, Janel L 5IJ3 
Hai V Paul > 
lla.s PaulT 
Ha.,- K.ibfrl [I., Jr 



Ha 



- Uill.. 



Ha.w,K>d, Rebecca M 107,217 
Haielneg, Anne H. 
Haielwood, John « 
Hazelwood. Robtria J 
Hazlell, John E. 197 
Heaberlin, Randell I., 225 
Head, Janel L. P 
Heam,Janel<;, 
Heame, Jeanine P ,503 
Healh, David M 
Healh. Rodney K, 
Heath-scoCI, Everell T, 
Healon, Teresa C, 
Hebbeler, Marsha K. 
Hebcrie. Denis* ,M, 
Heberie, Uenise M, 
Heckman, Alice J 
Heckman, Cand. L 536 
Hedgeb.-lh, Gregory P 324,411 
Hednecock Linda S 341,472 
HedBcock, Robin L, 
Hedges! .nlhia A 411 
Hediies, Kalhy L, 503 
Hedue,, Richard H, 
Hedglin, William « , Jr 
Heffelbower, Gail M 536 
Hetleman, John P 375,472 
Heflron. Kaifn S 
Heeeman, Daniel A 
Hehemann. DelberU. 411 
Hehl, Richard A 
Hehk Robert b , Jr 



Heichemer, Kredenck 

Heidom, Jud. A 

Hell. Kalhv ^ 503 

Htim. Cindy ^ 536 

Heim, Hugh B 472 

Heinltin, Kathleen R 216,317 

HeinncK Patri. k n 472 



He. 



H.' 



II, ■ ,,..,1.,: \1 214,411 

Heilrmaii, llel,..rah \ 

Held, John M, 

Hellard, Bonnie S. 

Hellard, Dale R, 

Hellard, JudiOi L, 536 

Heller, Edward M, 377 

Hellmann, Judith K, 

Helm, Edgar G„ Jr 

Helm. Kinley 

Helm. Hugh B„ 111 

Helm. James H„Jr, 

Helm, Jerry D. 

Helm. Lamce W, 

Helm, Teresa L, C, 

Helmeni, Debra A, 

Helms. Bradley P 472 

Helms. Jeffery D, 

Helslnger. Karen S, 

Helton, Anlhonv R, 

Helton, Jennifer L, 34i),472 

Helton, Robin L, 

Helton. Sandra J 536 

Helton. Shirley J. 

llel.rx.Drusilla | 172 

llembrre, Keniidh R, 

Hcmlcpp. B.1U J B 

Hempck Daniel R 

Hempfling, Charlene A 

HempRing, Mark C 

HempHing, Y.onne S, 

Hemphill, Hollv B 536 

Henderlighl, Uwrence 

Hend..rlitlil,fl„l,pE 

Heiid.i-h.,1 I iiida M 

He,„i.r-.,u I lar.ue|lj 

Henderson, Donald G 

Henderson. Jaync L, 277,353 

Hendenon, Joyce E. 536 

Henderson. Kenneth 

Henderson, Leo M, 

Henderson. Marcus N, 

Henderson, ManlvnJ, 204,215,211), 

411,320 
Henderson, Mark ¥ 
HendetMin, Mark S, 
Hender-on, RoberC G, 
Henderson, Robert T. 
Henderson, Ronald 
Henderson, Sheree M 
Henderson, ftdham H, 
Hendren, Janel l.,C 
Hendren, Rebecca R 
Hendricks, Barbara A 503 
Hendricks. Charles T 
Hendncki. Debra J 
Hendncks, Gary L, 
Hendnckis John C, 
Hendricks, bnda B 
Hendncks. Peggy A, 503 
Hendncks, Steven G, 
Hendnckson, George D, 
Hendnckson. Homer A 
Hendnckson, Jack D, 
Hendnckson. James M, 
Hendnckson, Karen E 215,211,321,411 
Hendnckson, Leonard 
Hendnck-on, ft illiam 472 
Hendriy, Glen A 
Hendrn, Julie A 
Henley. Douglas 1.503 
Henley, Michael B, 
Henn, Vicky L, 
Hennein, Magdoline 503 
Hennch. JanisM, 411 
Henry, Ben 217 
Henry, Darlene D, 214,296,503 
Henry. Donna A. 320,503 



Hem 



, Era 



Henry, Kenneth ft 

Henry, Sheila S. 

Henry, Steven R 

Hensgen, Debbie A 472 

Henshaw, Michael 11 

Henslev, Alonjo W 

Hensley, B Michael 312 

Hen,sley,Darrell L. 536 

Henslev, Deborah L 

Hensley, Harry S, 41 1 

Henslev, Iva J 

Henslev, Janice K 198,212,326,413 

Hensley, Janice S 

Henslev, Kathv A 324,377 

Henslev, Kalhy J 332.341,472 

Hen-lev, Nanc, J C 

Hen-lev, Nollie 

Henslev, Pamela J, L 

Hensley, Peggy B. 413 

Hensley, Russsell 

Hensley, ftayne 

Henson, Debra S, 472 

Henson. Eben D, 



Hensc 



Henson, Jennifer S 536 



Hei 



, Loni 



.on, Manlyn 
Henson. Mary E. 353 
Henson, Patricia E 216,317,413 
Henson, Ronald K 
Henson, Rulh A 
Henson, Shern D, 537 
Hepler, ftjiiam M, 
Hepp. MarlinD, 214,314 
Heppler. Mark ft. 
Herald, Elizabeth 
Herald, Esbll 
Herald, Glenn E, 
Herald, Huberl R 472 
Herald, Imogene 446 
Herald, Joyce 503 
Herald, Nancy E, 
Herald, Sandra K, 
Herald, Shiriey T 



Herberl, FrankieJ, 
Herberl, Robert J. 
Herbsl, Robert W, 
llerdi, Martha N, 
Herman, Tom 
Hernandez, Alfredo J, 
Hcrren, Lorella ft, 
Hernngton, Ruth A. 
Herron, Dale L. 413 
Hereon. Deborah F, D, 
Henon, James ft, 
Hershey, Donna L, 217 
HemoK, Edward R„ Jr 
Hess, Edwin R, 1 58 
Hess. Ralph W, 
Hes-s, Stephen J, 225 
r Betty A, 



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H. u. k,. Mark s 537 

llcrl-.. II Janel M 323,413 

Hr.,.11 Ri.hard J 

Helen, Joe R 

Hewlell, Linda H 

Hewsun, Mark G, 

Hey, .Sharon 413 

Hever, Deborah A- 

lleyer, Kurl A, 371 

Heyer, Robert B, 371 

HiatU Barbara S, 

Hibbcrd, J. 

Hlbbard,Joe 

Ihbbard, Laura C C 216 

Hibbard, Paula L 

Hilib-, Gharle-S 

Hibb^, .Mieila K 

lli.ker-on, Richard [I 

Hi. kelson, ftilhamS 

Hi. kev, Breiidas 

Hickrv.El.zabelh E, 503 

Hi, kev, Palri.ia \ 

Hi. krv, PaUick H 

III. kman, Diane M 503 

111. kmaii, Keumald K 291 

Hi. kman, \ i. ki L 

Hi. k-, ^llreda \ 

Hi. k-, AnilaM 473 

Hicks, Brenda K, 473 

Hicks, David ft. 

Hicks Dianne 

link-, Janel L, 

link-, Jerry D, 

lb. k-, Judy L, 

111. k-, l.arrv E, 

H.cks Palncia 

Hicks, RelhaP 

Hicks, IhomasJ 

Higginbolham, Ann ft 

Hi^gins, Deborah A 

Higgins, Garland ft, 362 

HKKins, Gregory L 

Higgin-, James R, 347,365 

lli|!Bins,JonJ, 

Hiwns, Karen L, 

lliggins, Lewis M, 413 

Higgins. Margaret .A, 

Higgins, Mary J, 

Higpins, Robe-rt A, 

Hiegins. RoberC D, 

Higgms. VemaJ, 

High. David A, 217 

Hipnilcjudv C S, 

Hiland, Phd H, 

Hilbi-h, Ahcia A 205,221,304.413 

Hilearl. Margaret J 296 

Hill. Barbara J- 317.413 

Hill, Beverlv J F- 

Ibll, Carlene 

HilH:harles A, 413 

Hill, Clyde P, 

Hill, Deborah K, 537 

HJL James R, 413 

Hdl, James R, 

Hill, Janie F, 

Hdl, Jeffrey A, 

Hdl. John E, 134,295 

Hill, John W, 446 



Hill. Karen 260 
HdL Kalhenne C 
Hill, Kenneth I) 
HJI, Mona L, 
HJI, Palchen P, 
HJI, Ralph 312 
Hill, Roberta 148 
Hill, Ronald M, 
Hdl, Slanlev W, 
Hill, Tom L, 269 
HiU, ftilliam r. 
Hill, Wdliam H, 
Hdlard, Charles L. 
Hillard, James W, 
HdlbeiK, Frank ft, 
HJIben:, Marv C, 
Hilliard, Jem 1. 
Hdliker, Jamc-ll 
Hdlman, Lucille P 
HJpp, Paul F. 
HJs. Manlvn R 5113 
Hillon. Carolvn M, 173 
Hillon. Margaret 
Hunes, Linda S, 537 
Hinerman, Philip C 
Hine.s Daniese A 305 
Hines, Dennis P 473 
Hines, Garland M. 
Hines, James ft, 
Hines, John E, 
Hines. Richard E. 375 
Hines. Robert R 
Hines, Thomas E. 
Hinei Ve, 



Hini 



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Hinkle, Angela L, 

HinUe, Dariene 537 

Hinkle, Raymond H, 1611,365 

Hinkle, Richard L. 

Hinkle, ftallena J, 

Hmo, Marlene A, 

Hinson,JennaC. 473 

Hmlon, Amia 

Hinlon, Janel F, 

Hinlon, Roger E 

Hinzman, Cindy A, 537 

Hipsher, Oliver E, 

Hirseb, Cathenne L. 537 

Hisel, Danell L, 

Hisle, Belly J, 

Hisle, Charlie R, 

Hisle, Gary L, 

Hisle, Howard W, 

Hisle, James M, 

Hisle, Pamela K, 

Hisle, PaBicia A, 351 

Hisle, Robert C, 

Hijiom, la^k 252 

Hitch. Joy D 

Kite, Harvey D, 

Hoagland, Joyce A 

Hoagland, Susannc P 

Hobark Charlie G 

Hoba. k I vnii H I. 

Hobble, Reb...a s 292 

H.jbbv llcbb.e 1 -.37 

Hobb-, Jo-eph 1 1 5i 

Hobb- Monic D 

Hobbs, Phvllis A 216,316,473 

Hobbs, Schiflon 1). 

Hobdy, Kann L 

Hobson, Ronda C, 

HochsleUer, Ronald E 

HochwaM, Thomas R 369 

Hockensmilh. Debra A 

Hockensmilh, ,Sandv H 

Hocker, Rulh A. 

Hodes, Jack 

Hodes, JohnJ 

Hodge, Deborah L, 342,503 

Hodge, Dome R 321,537 

Hodge. Thomas C, 

Hodges, Howard G, 

Hodges, Simeon P, 

Hoecker, .Nancy S, 537 

Hoessh, Pamela J 

Hof, Laurel K 305,:II3 

Hoffman, Da. id \ 

Hoffman, Irvin H 2I«,H3 

Hoffman, Kennelh J 



Hoffman, Richard C,. Jr, 375 
Hoffman, Theresa D, 537 
Hoffmann, Cynlhia G, 503 
Hoffmann, Leslie 
Hogari, i:harlotle D, 
Hogg, Dr, Emogene318 
Hogg. Hope R, 
Hogg. Leslie, J r 
Hoggalt. Daniel B, 
Hogue, James G, 
Hogue, James G. 
Hogue, Jeflrev L 
Holbtook Charlolle F, 473 
llolbrook ElizabelhJ, 
H.iUirook J.--.. I- 
Holbr,..,k Juliajine 351,382,503 
llolbr.jok Mel s 537 
Holbrook Mi.hael L 
Holbrook Roger L, 
Holcomb, Ilonelia J, 
Holeomb, Roberl V 
Holcomb, leresaJ-349,473 
lloldaway,ftendy K. 
Holden, Pamela J 304,503 
Holder, Edwin V , 111537 
Holderbaum, Dwain L 
Holderman, Pafficia J, 
Hole, Kathleen A, 309,322,413 
Holehan-.SlevenT- 214.314 
Holeman,Johnft, 
Holeman. Michael P, 243,537 
Holihan, Randy J 245.246,503 
Hollan, Florence R, 
Hollan. Henry T. 
Hollan. Juha A 
Holland. Belh M, 292.337 
Holland, Dickie ft, 
Holland, Nancv 503 
Holland, Paul E, 
Holland, Roberl M, 413 
Hollar, Karen A, 
Hollencamp, Ceraldine 292,473 
Hollencamp, Patll A. 292.537 
Holleran, Paula H, 320,413 
llolley, Linda V 
Holliday, Roberl C 413 
HoUidav, Roben J 503 
Holhnger. Elizabelh 
Hollingsworlh. Laura 413 
Hollingsworlh, Lynda 
Holhs Millon E, 
Hollon, Belly L 537 
HoUon, Bobby C 
Hollon, David E. 473 
Hollon, Kalhy A, 537 
Hollon, Larrv M, 
Hollon, Prentice D, 473 
Hollon, Roger D, 473 
Holloway, Caroline S, 
Holloway, Elizabeth S, 
Holloway, James A, 
Holloway. Roberl M. 262.331 
Holloway, RowenaG-473 
Holman, Genevieve 
Holmberg, Lew 



Holm 



arl F, 



.. Cecily A 349 
Holmes, David D, 
Holmes, Harold 218 
Holmes Kalhleen E, 
Holmes. Manlyn S. 
Holme.-. Michal R, 
Holmes. Mvrlice S, 
Holu Carl E, 537 
Holl, Emogene C, 
Holl. Hurslon R 
Holl, Kennv D 
HolL, Linda D 537 
Holl, Michael 1 
Hollen, Scon A 413 
Hollhau.s Kalhv A, 
HoUkamp, Ronald ft. 324.413 
Hollry, Lisa M, 538 
Holtzapple, Larrv A 503 
Hollzelaw, Marv K, 
HolAnechU Ron 
Homan, Ann M. 
Homan, Mariellen 
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ini\ii:c:ii\ii\(; 7(i 


Howard, Karen M. 0. 


Hundley. Nancy K. 349.414 


Ison, Barbara A 


Johnson. Benjamin C. 


H..i,..krr Um,- M.i f 


Howard, Kathn n A. 


Hundley. Ruivs.'ll B. 


l„,„. llrli.i.ahK ^ 


Johnson. Bernice D, 


IImII' \. lilt J.ll.Il 1 


Howard, Keith R. 


n„„- \„„, 11 1 :'i2,4t6 




|..l ,1. Betty J. 

l,il,ii...ii Hobby L. 


II M nil I'.llll ^^ 


Howard, Kimberly L. 


l!i,,„j,rl ,,„l Mirt K 


1 ,.i, I,. Iiii' I 




Howard, Lanlis K. 






I.lln Br.iida K. 


IIMM1K ll'il 1 I'M 


Howard, Ledger 


ll,,,,l, ^ 1 lie, ,,' 


1 ,„, Ki.li, It li |i 111 


|.ili„M.,K Bruce 0. 


iliiMIK \KII-^ Jill ,'Jl 


Howard, Lisa B. K 473 






Ii.li, I.arol A 


ll..nl,r. Shellv 292 


Howard, l.oni.i. 11 


Huiiley. Nancy h. 


Islin! 1 h'omas ft 




Hood. Bealnce E. 


Howard, Mar, i.i k .-. HI 


Hunsucker. Patricia L. 


Ison, Valerie E. 351,504 


J. .1.1 Ii i.l. \ 


Hood, Ben D. 


Howard, Marcjr, 1 1 


Hunt, Alan P. 


Israel, Allan D. 




Hood, David G. 


Howard, Marshall lot 


Hunt, Brenda D. 


Ives, Steven R 


l,,l,,i ,,.. ' 1. ..1. 1 179 


Hood, Gregory L. 538 


Howard, Mary K. 


Hunt, i:arolynW. 






Hood, Ravmond R. 


Howard, Nadine E. 


Hunk Charles D. 




|.,l... ...1 II 174 


H.K.k, Greg P. 


Howard, Ned A. 


Hunt, Elizabeth P, 


J 


.|..l M 


H.mk. Mamarel A. 168 


Howard, Palrteia A. 


Hunt, Howard P . Ill 






H,..ker, Jerry 


Howard, Paula S. 349,503 


Hunt, James C. 


Jaalj.. /.ikidh 


..1.,..,,.. Ii.i.liii. till 


II,,,,,,, |,,ioi,i, r n:i 


Howard. Pauline F. 


Hunt, Jaincll 


I.., 1. ,,ii ( " 


^.ihnM.n. David D 


ll,„,|>, 1 1 ,), V M 


Howard, Phillip E. 


Hunt, J audi HI 


1 .,1 "„ r. 1, k 504 


ohnson, David E. 


ii,„,[„r ~,i-i, m: 


Howard, Richard H. 


Hunt, Judy 1 .'I t.ll I 


1 "k mil 1 K 5.18 


■ ohnson, David i; 414 


II,,,,,' r 11, l,r.< 1 ,11.1 


Howard, Richard T. 


Hunk Kevin 1 "..111 


1 ,. k 1 ~,lll 


ohnson, David G. 


11 r Ijoj K. 2im,34y,5U3 


Howard. Robert E.. Jr 


HunU Lvnn474 




ohnson, David B 504 


H...,..r, \l.ndol R. 


Howard. Roger D. 


Hunt. Mary T 


[ ,, k .,1, 1 1 1,1,1 , 


ohnson, Deborah A 


H<.|„, (lurles W 


Howard, Ronald J. 


Hunt, Peggy K. 


|„k ..,, |ii,„l \1 111.538 


ohnson, Dewey I.. 


H.,,„,v Su-an M. 473 


Howard, Sarah J. 


Hunk Tae 0. 


|.i, k .„, 1 ,.,.i,i M 


. ohnson, Diana L 


HolikioN Rarbara L, D. 


Howard, Vicki D. 


Hunter, Ann M. 414,320 


Ink H.,111.1 


ohnson. Donna J 2I.5,315,.560 


Hopkins, Bonne J. 349.371,321 


Howard, William C., Jr. 


Hunter, Bianca D A 


|,iik.,.i,, I., raid II 


ohns.in, ll.ii.na M 14,45,414 


Hopkins, Uebora J. 


Howe, James M. 


Hunter. Charles F 


Ja.kson. James 1 . II 


..h n, |i..„.M 


Hopkins, Uelphina 446 


Howell, Brandt 538 


Hunter. Charle, ft 


la, k...... lane .y 


..hn...n, ll..uala. ft 


Hopkins, Donna B. 413 


Howell. Brenda K. 


Hunter. lieorgel.Jr 


Ja. ksoii. Joan M 


.ihii...!., Fddi.' 1. 


Hopkins, Ishmael 


Howell, Delmer 260 


HunlecJam.sR- 


Jackson, Joe 1.. 


ohnson, Edward D- 225 


Hopkins, Jerry L. 


Howell, Joe L. 


Hunter. Johnnie \] 


Jackson, John 1. 


. ..hnson, Ewarl W, II 


Hopkins, Michael E. 292,503 


Howell, Paul W. 504 


Hunter. Marilyn K. 


Jackson, Kenneth H. 


ohnson, Gavie W 


Hopper, Lesler H. 


Howell, Robert E. 


Hunter. Mark B. 


Jackson, Kenneth J 447 


' ohn.son, George E. 


Hopper, Mickie J. 


Howell, Stan C. 


Hunter. Man S. 349.474 


Jackson, Larry 297 


ohnson, Gn^g L. 


Hopper, Ralph E. 217 


Howell, Steve D. 250,251 


Hunter. Patricia A. 


Jj.k,.m. LvnnE -.38 


ohnson, Gregory K. 


Hopper, .Suzanne E. 64,538 


Howell, Thomas B. 


Hunter. Ross A. 


Ja,k~,.n, Manjarel II 


ohn,son, Helen 213,318,414 


Hopple, Ralph B. 

Hoppough, Jane E. 199,218,271,413 


Howerton, David F. 


Hunter. Vicky L. 


Ja, ksoii, Martha A 


ohnson, Imogene D 


Howerlon, Leigh Jr 


Huntley. Rebecca J. 


|a,k-,.n. Mar, J K 


; ohnson. Isbmeal E 45.314.414 


Hopson, Jere U 


Howell, H Bradley 


Huntley. Robert H. 


la, k M'liiiila K 




Hopson, Mar> R. 


Hoy, Robert W. 


Hurak. John A. 


laik.i.ii. \li,,„Mi 1 


I..I11...... l.iii. 1 Ir 


lloran. ShiHey 


Hoyt, Juhe K. 327,473 


Hurak. Thomas J. 414 




j,,l ,, 1 ,,,„ II 


Horine, James P- 


Hranicky, Dorothy F, 473 


f/urtin, Jill 131 






Hom, Carol S. 


Hrubala, Bernard E. 


Hurley, Steve 260 


la, ks,,ii K,,iiiiir 1 


|..l, ....... la,i. 1 . 171 


Horn, Charlene H. 


Hrubala, Patricia M. 


Hurst, Alberta J. 538 


la, k„,ic -ollie 


lohnsoii Jewell | 


Horn, Donald R. 


Hsich. Betty 292,446 


Hurst, Deania S. 


laik.-.n. shjnilra K. 114 


Johnson Joe R, III 


H,.m,Judy L. 503 


Hubbard. Benjamin R. 413 


Hunt, llwendolvn C. 


la, k-,.n. Sle,,l„.„ F 


Johnv.n, John C. C 


Horn. McKinleyW. 


Hubbard. Cecil E. 


HursI, Jackie 


la, ksoii. Ih,,ma. R 


iohns..n, John W. 


Horn. Obver P. 


Hubbard. Gn.vrr C. 


Hurst, Patricia E. 339,538 


Ja, k-on. Ui tunas. 474 


lohnson. I.ahn ft. 


Horn. Richard L, 


Hubbard. James R. 


HuRt, Thomas S.. Jr. 


ackson. Vu-ginia 1, 


l"!... I..1..II 


Hornback. John E. 473 


Hubbard. Scott H., Jr. 


Hurt. Darrell L 


aekson, Volanda M. 538 


|..l... 1... 115 


Homek. Martin G. 


Huber. Lorona T. 


Hurl, Donna S. 


.acob, John!,! 213,114 


|,.|.ii kal. 11 1 -illl 


Horseman. Bonlla J. 


Huber. Mai^ie W. 


Hurt, Hester V B. 


. acobs, Bennii | 


|,,l,i, Katll\ 1 -.18 


Horseman. Jane G. H. 


Huber. Pamela J. 


Hurt. Rocky L- 


acob», l-nt7 k 111 


l..l>. ....... Kalhv L. 


Horseman. Nelson D. 


Huber. Richard W. 504 


Hurtt. Linda K. 


acobs, Man 11 


1.. Illl... II, Keilh G. 




Huber. Stephen L. 


Huskev. Michael R 


.acobs, Susan 1 111 


J.,hi,.i,i.. Kenneth R. 


llorsley, James M. 214.503 


Huber. Susan J. 538 


Huskev. Reita K. 504 


acuues Laura 1 'i.Ut 


Ii.li.i^iii, l.arnH. 


Horslman. Ernest M. 


Hublev. Jeflerv ^. 313.538 


Hussing. Robert B 


ames, Elmer 1 . Ill 


Ji.lin.i.n. Lloyd E. 


Horstman. Eslella D. 


Hiibii.r N.,.i, > 1 


Husled, Man L 339.373.414 


. ames, Evelyn 1). 


ohiw.n. Lola J 


Morton. Carolyn 


Hul.-I,. 11, !„-■ 1 -,:ia 


Huston, Brenna G. 


. ame^ Joanne 


: ohnson. Lynn R. 


Horton. David E. 377 


H,j,kjl.\ ho, 1' ll.t.l!4 


Hust.in, Paul D. 


ames, John D, J r 


ohiLson. Margaret L. 
ohn,son. Mark D. 


Horton. Douglas M- 


Mil, km., lio.li K :i.';i,373 


HutrhetM.n, Wilma M 


ames, Karen G. 


Horton. Melissa W. 


Hudlei, Ruhard A. 


Hull hiiiMin, Bettv S 


ames. Kathy K. 414 


ohnson. Michael L. 


Horton. Ruth A 


Hudson. Danver R.. jr 


Hut.hiii..in, Jaik r 99 


ames. Lloyd M. 414 


; ohnson. Michael W. 


Hosick. Edwin J. 


Hudson. Donna S. 473 


Hul.hiii.,,11. J.ini K ,117 


. ames. Man B. 


ohnson. Norma B 


Hoskins. Barbara A. 


Hudson. Karen E. 


Hlll.hl~..n.C Joe 


ames. Michael A. 504 


' ohnson. Norman D. 


Hoskins. Cecil 


Hudson. Lewis 


Hulihis.ni. ketitielh K. 


, ames. Roberta A. 504 


ohnson. Oscar W. 


ll,.-ki,i-, rinrfi 1. :,ii3 


Huds,.ii. Mark n 295,414 


Hukhison. Manon S 


amesTimolhv C 313 


ohnson, Paula J. 


ll,,-kiri., lljiiil ft 


lllld.<.ll M..MI,.\\ 


HulchLson, Jina M 538 


ames William N 


ohnson. Pearl D. 


lt,,~kin.. ll,rb.rl 11 


llu<is„n >,|.an \ '.liH 


Hulloti. John T 


; ameson. Mary J 


ohnson. Phil 


l|,,^klIl^ Jjll.,^ \ 121,413 


lli.ds,.!,. Ih.,„l,.r.- 1 


Hullon, Patncia C 514 


anck.i, Robin 11 


ohn-son, Philip R. 


Hoskins Jamil,. B. 


Hod-prlh. Grcgon K 471 


Hultun, K Edeen 


anes. Brenda 1 5.18 


ohnson. Phillip 


Hoskini Jesse 


llucncfrld. kalhleen A 21.5.219.221. 


Hwang, Hai 292,447 


anes. ftilliam \ 


..hti.on. Ralph V. 447 


Hoskins. Lonnie 473 


320.414 


Hyatt, Anthony W. 


ansing. Donna 5. Ill 


.ilins.in. Robert E. 


Hoskins, Merle 473 


HuH, Connie L 


Hyatt, Carlisle W. 


anzef. Jovie 1. 5:iH 


[ohnson. Roeia L. 


Hoskm^ Michael U 503 


Hufl. James E. 


Hvatt, Teresa D 345,538 


.arman. Mi. harl 1. 


|..l,„ , Samuel 1 


Hoskins, Pamela G. 205,221,351,315 


Huff. Millard R. 


Hvden, Jack C 


arrard. Connie J 


1..)... .|,a„.(. 1 1 


Hoskins, Stanley C. 


Huff. Terry C. P. 


Hikle. lovph. Jr 


" arvis. Melodic R. 




Hoskins, Stormy 


Huffman. Brenda P. 


Hyiies, John 11 


. arvis. Ronald A. 


1..I, ,,-...,. .i„ t,x 1 in 


Hoskins, Willie J.. Jr. 413 


Huffman. Cathy L. 


Hysingcr, lloudaslt 
Hysinger, E \iar, Jane 


asper. Debra A 538 




Hoskinson. Leila E. 351 


Huffman, Deborah A. 504 


asper. Donald L. 377 


],,),,, .1^ ,,|,,„ 1 


Hosbn. Nvla M. B. 


Huffman, Durward W 




asper. Joanne R. 




Ho>tin. Terry D 


Huffman, Florence S 474 


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Jasper. Robert R. Jr 361 


|,,l, ,,.,... ^ii-an M '.nil 


llott. Roger G. 


Huffman, Janet D 




Jasper. Robert S. 


J..l.ji^.i. l.r,. .... \ 


Houben. Gary W. 


Huffman, Jean A. 341,414 


lanniello. Anthony R. 
Ikerd, Tun C. 


Jasper. Sharon A 


..li„...n. V nii.nia \ 353, 504 


Houben. Kathryn S. 


Huffman, Linda K. 


lawns Tom M 


.ohnson, Nirginia J 


Houchens. Dwigbt C 446 


Huffman, Mary E. 


Ingles, Linda F. 
bigram, Dora C. 
bigram, Harnett M 414 
Ingram, Kalhy J. 538 
Ingram, Ronald G. 
bigram, Steven R. 504 


Lull.-. ni..ma. F 


. ohnson, Wanda i:. 5114 


Houchin. Howard C. 


Huffman, Patrick 0. 


l-lt.r Man 1. 


Johnson, William E- 


Houchin. Thomas 1. 245.247 
Houekamp. Mark A. 


Hugmns, i;eorge W. 
Hughes. Brenda C. 504 


I.lln.-. liaphnc R. 
I.ttn... Manh.. M. 


Johnson, Woodrow ft. 
. ohnson, Worley Jr 415 


Hounshell. Ancil R. 
Houniihell. Gail 
Hounshell, Janel M B. 


Hughes, Darren L. 
Hughes, David L. 
Hughes, David M. 


I.lln... \lern 1 111 
Jell., Viikl II 
Icokins llaiiiel C 


, ohnston, Michael H. 
.ointer, David J. 
oily, Anna E. 


Hounshell, Jimmy D. 


Hughes. Duane E. 


Inman! Larry D.' 


Jciikii,., D.aniia 1 538 


Jones Aaron T. 


Houp, Kenneth L. 


Hughes. amesD. 


J.., km.. |a„„. M 


Jones AddaG. 


Houp, Pamela L. 


Hughes. Jay S. 




I. .,k..,. l„.li . -.18 


Jones Alexis A. D. 


House, Betty B. 


Hughes, eanette M. 


In.k,.. Mary N 


|,..k.... l.,l,.,,N|. 


Jones Alma T. 


House, Bridget G. 


Hughes, erry L. 




1, ,,kiii-. Mil. 1,1.1 U 


Jones Anita M. 


House, Darrell E. 473 
House, Dorothy S. 
House, Ernest M. 
House, Erme 225 


Hughes. Karen R. 
Hughes. KunberivT. 
Hoghei Lela F. J. 
Hughes. Manon R. 


IMtklKAltKNITV COUNCIL 337 
INTERIOR DESIGN CLUB 317 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 292 
lovine. John J. 
Irey. Roc D. 262.369 


l.i.ki..-. H.I 1 r 292.504 

Jenkins. Slev. n ft 

enkins. Sue ft 

enks. ScotI N '•38 


Jones. Anthony 504 
Jones Barbara L. 
Jones BeUy L. 286.539 
Jones Beve 


House, James E. 


Hughes. Mary P. S. 


ennings. Helen i;. 396 


Jones Beverly J. 


House, Jan M. 


Hughes. Otto L. 


Irons. Charles a"'262 
Irvin. Gloria J. 538 
Irvin. Malcolm P. 
Irvin. Marguerite 
Irvin. William G. 
Irvine, Patty E. 
Irving. Margaret H. 
Irwin. Gregory M. 474 
Irwin. Karen S. 
Isaac. Cindy G. 538 
Isaac. Deborah K. .504 


. enmngs. Mabel W. 219 


Jones Bnan C. 


House, Jerry M. 260,276,377 


Hughes. Pearl J. 


ennings. Margaret A. 


Jones Buddy 225 


House, Martha P. 


Hughes. Robert C. 


, enmngs. Manon W. 


Jones Calhenne C 351.369.415 


House. Mary D. 503 


Hughes. Roxanne 


. ennings. Myrena 213 


Jones Charles N. 


House. Raymond D. 


Hughes. Sharon D. 504 


etmings. Vickie F'. 414 


Jones Chfton H. 


House, Raymond D. 


Hughes. Steven R. 


; ennings Wayne 276 


Jones David C. 


House, Steve 


Hughes. Thomas M. 


ensen. Martha S. 114 


Jones David E. 324.415 


Hou.*r, Kathryn 1. 


Hughes. Wdham C. R. 


■ erkes Nancy L. 474 


.,n,-sDa.,d M. 214 


Houshmand, Mohammad 


Hughes, Wilham L. 


cmigan. Cathy L. 296.320 


, ones Uebra L. 


Houston, Uc A. 
lloutchens, James R. 


Hughlett. Daniel J 
Huguely. Frances L. G. 


esbe. John W. 
ell. Amy P. 


ones Dennis M. 
. ones Diane D. 


Hovious, Dairell N. 446 


Huguely. Lucian 


Isaac." Earl W. 
Isaacs, Arnold C. 
Isaacs, Carl D. 
Isaacs, Carl D. 
Isaacs, Claude J-. Jr. 
Isaacs, Fannie D 


ett. Barry L 


ones Dianne S. S. 


Howard, BiUie J. 286 
Howard, Carl L 


Hulak. Patneia A. 
Hulette. Lesa K. 


ett,LdaJ. 
ett. Paul D. 


, ones Earl D. 
ones Easter 


Howard. Gary B. 


HulL Gregory R. 504 


ew.ll. D. Randall 


ones Elizabeth A 


Howard, Chns N. 473 


Hulk William e. 


erak Patsy R- 


on.s Frncsl S 


Howard, Connie L. 


Hols. Judy A. 216.296.414 


imison, Mary B 305 


..lies tlhel 


Howard, Danny 0. 


Huls. Robin L. 


.inks Virginia 305 


ones Ethel O. 


Howard, Donald W. 


Humble. 1 eresa E. 


Isaa*^^ K *^n G 


itjumnong. Saron 538 


ones Everett D 


Howard, Donna J. 
Howard, Durham 123 


Hume. Allen T. 
Hume. David E. 323 


Isaacs^ Marilyn R. 
Isaacs, Mary G. 
Isaacs. Michael E. 


obe. Janet S. 325 
ohanboeke. JanelK. 


onesFreedaG. 415 
ones Geoige K. 


Howard, Eddie M. 4J3 


Hume. David S. 538 


ohanboeke. Vickie S. 


ones Georee R. 
, ones Glenda P. 


Howard, Evelyn 473,320 


Hume, Mary E. 308,414 
Humfleet, John.Jr. 


Isaacs, Philip P. 
Isaacs, Sharon S. 


ohanson. Gary J. 


Howard, frank B- 


. ohns, Dean R. 


, ones Harry T. 


Howard, Gerald D. 


Humfleel. Sue A 


Isaacs, Steven D. 


ohns. Georgia A. 


. ones, Harvey J. 225 


Howard, Ginger E. 


Hummel. Carol A. 315 


Isaacs ftilhelmina 


, ohns Karen E. 538 


ones Hubert C. Jr. 


Howard, Harold L. 


Hummel. Pari l]. 446 


Iseh, Deborah L. 


. ohns Margaret G. 


ones aney L. 504 


Howard, Jacqueline S. 538 


Hummel. Sonya J. 538 


Isenhour, David J. 


ohnson. Acy 


ones oe S. 


Howard, Jeffrey B 243,261,503 


Humphrey. Dwight 0. 


Isgligg, Gary H. 
IsSam, Mollis D- 
Isham, Vicki C. 


, ohnson, Agatha L 538 


ones ohnD..Jr. 


Howard, Jennifer S. 


Humphrey. George W 


, ohnson, Allen K. 


ones ohnnie G. 


Howard, John W., II 


Humston. Rebecca L. 538 


ohnson, Alliene M. 


ones onell 181 


Howard, Joseph A. 


Hundley. James S. 


isnard, Alain M. 


; ohnson, Barbara L. 538 


Jones osephR..Jr 



Index and Directory 589 



Jon... karrn (. 
Joncss kalhv A. 
Jonfs. ka(hv E. 
Jones. k.n..elli L. 2i)2 
Jones, Larr, D. 
Jone.^ Ledi L. 
Jones, l^is C. 304 
Jones. Lorella L 539 
Jones. Lvdia A. 
Jones, Maaiolia 
Jonei Malvin 



kars 



. Mai 



s \1a 



Jones. Mark A 

Joneiv Man-ha R i~\ 

jone.s. MaJ-lha J, .i.W 

Jone.s. Man M 

Jones, Melmda 

Jones, Mona R 

Jones, Monica P. 531 

Jones, .Nora R 

Jones, Norma C. 

Joness Orval O. 

Jones. Palricia H 

Jones, Patrick G. 

Jone.s Paul U 

Jones. Paul E. 

Jones Pepg, L, 2U.32<),504 

Jones. Rebecca E. 

lone,, Rebecca D. 

Jones. Roberl L. Jr. 

Jones, Rob\ n L 505 

Jones, Rov 

Jones. Russell. Jr 



Jone: 
Jon 



Sajiford L. 314 
rah L. 



Jones, Shai 

Jones, ,^hirle\ \. 

Jones. Tere.sa G. 

Jones, Teen L, 

Jones. Theodore R 539 

Jones, \ erlrees R. 

Jone.s. VickiR. 2:2,273.41 

Jones, Viola G. 



i, ft'illia 



iD 



Jones, William D. 

Jordan, Brenda k. 

Jordan. Daiid A. 

Jordan, Mildred P C. 

Jordan, Regina G, 505 

Jordan. Tommy D. 153 

Jordan, BiUiam E. 

Jorernsen. Mark A. 285 

Jo-eph. Bonnie K. 

Joseph. Carolyn 

Joseph. Charles D. 

Joseph, Charles 0. 

JoH-ph. IJinshne 314.315.474 

Joseph. Darrell L. 

Joseph, Michael L. 

Joslin, Jim L. 

ludd, AnnaR 

Jude. Theodore R. 

Judge, 



Jud 



. Mil 



Judy.Ja. 

Judv, Jetfen H, 

Judy, Thomas M. 

Juell, James C. 

JuelL Lmda L 539 

JuUan. Vickie L 

Jungkurlh, Randy L 260,415 

JLMOR CLASS 462 

Junod, Barbara J 

Jurefc Beth 260 

Jury.HenryS. 

Ju^^, JohnD- 505 

Just, Jerold V. 

Justice, Billy R 

Jushce. Chester Jr 

Justice. Dwight D 



JU..IU 



e D. 



__.-. Janet L 

Justice. John F. 

Justice, John R. 

Jusbce, Joseph D. 

Jusuce, Karen A, 474 

JiBlice. Lisa L. 

Jusbce, Olhve C 

Justice. Raymond 

Jusbce. Rebecca M. 

Jusbce, Steven L. 505 

Jusbcs, Thomas B. 

Jusbce, Willis Jr. 

Juslmlano, Manlyn S. 292,505 

Justlniano, Nora S. 292,505 



Kackley, kathy A 505 

Kadlec. Anna PC 

kaenzig, Stephen E. 

kaiser, Connie R. 351,373.474 

kaiser, Cynthia A. 351 

kalala, Pierre H. 

kale. Tern A. 

Kalmey. Janet F- 415 

kalmey. Joyce A. 415 

kambarami. Bobby k 

Kambarami, Sharpie T 474 

kanamori. Manko 35,292,474 

Kanaliar, Beveriv A. S. 

Kandle, kirk M. 415 

kane, Chnslina M. 292 

Kane. Cnnie J, 215,317,345,359, 

415 
Kane, Roland H. 
kantcr, John H, 
Kaplan, Lorraine L. 427,539 
Kaplan. Mark J. 295 
Kapp. Jerc^ H. 416 
K\PP\ \LPHA360 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI 363 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 348 
KAPPA DELTA 330 
KAPPA DELTA PI 219 
KAPPA DELTA TAl 296 
KAPPA IOTA EPSll.ON 214 
KAPPA ML EPSILON 221 
Kanmi. Tina S, 

Karlstrom, Karl G. 

KaiT, Jerry W. 

• . Kollei - 



karthn- 
Kash, Deborah L. 
Kash, Rosemary 
Ka,sselmann, Marv A, 
Kastendieck, David K. 
Kates Mariiarel j 
Kaufman. Nancy C. 416 
Kaufman. Philip R. 297.474 
Ka.anaugh. Donna F. 
Ka.anaugh. Sylvia A 
Kavanaugh, Willia 



1 G. 



Kavi Daniel 1 
Kays, JetT^ D, 
Kavss Paul J 
Kazlauskas, John NL 
Keabler, John W, 
Keabler, Richard A. II 
Keal, Renard R- 416 
Keaii. Nielta K. 539 
Keanifv. Alice J. 505 
Keam-, Deborah S. 
keams, Phillip W. 
Kealhley. Suzanne 
Keabnp. Dale F. 
Keabne. Theresa \1- 
Kebi-de. Belhlhem 292.474 
kebede. KirabeT 292.560 
Keck. James H 
keck. Manaii C, 
Keehner. Robin 1. 3)9 
Kerhner lerri J 5.i9 
Keelan, Mdney L 



1 \| 



keelnw. James L 503 

Keelmu. Pamela K 220.416,321 

Keelmu. Mephen L. 

Keen, Jean f. 

Keen. Mary Ellen 213,313 

Keen, Purl K 

Keene, Deborah S. 

Keene. Mark R. 

Keene, Mart EUen 197,209 

Keene. Mar^- T, 353 

Keene, Sharon J, 

Keene, Theresa 330 

Keene, William P. 

Kees, Debra A. 416,320 

Kees Mar^ L. 539 

Kecs, Stephen R 539 

Keelon. Curtis M. 

Keeton, Deborah .A. 

Keith, Carolyn H. 

Keith, Delbert M, 

Keith, Gregory E. 

Keith, James L 

Keilh.JoanE. 

Keith, John M.. Jr 123 

Keith. Judv G 

Keith. Earn S. 

Keith, Lena R. 539 

Keith, Robert L. 505 

Keller. Alfred J. 225 

Keller. Arthur H, 

Keller, Carl J. 1S8 

Keller. Charles A, 

Keller, James R., Jr. 377 

Keller. /o/in 6, /r. 220.312 

Keller. Ruby A. 

Kelley. Carolyn F. 539 

Kelley. Donald W. 

Kelley, Donna G. 

Kelley. James E. 

Kelley. James R. 

Kelley, Jerome R. 

Kelley, John E. 

Kelley, John M. 

Kelly. Karen 291 

Kelley. LarT>- S. 

Kelley. Lawrence L. 312,474 

Kelley. Timothy S. 

Kelly. Coleen M. 351 

Kelly. David R. 

Kelly. Henn 

Kelh.JamesW 

KelK.JaneH. 

KelK. lelfrev « 

KelK. ler.mic ll' 



. Mm 



lae, L. 



Kelly. Nancy K. 
Kelly, Roosevelt 225 
Kelly. Sue A. 
Kelly, Vicki L. 
Kelsch, Paula A. 
Kelto, Vivian I 
Kelton.JeffO. 
Kemble. Margaret K. 416 
Kemo. Kim L. 331,361 
Kemp, Gtiorge E. 540 
Kemper, Debra C. 416 
Kemper, Douglas 313 
Kemper, Jacqueline A. 
Kemper, Mari A 
Kendall. Roberl J 
Kendnck. Amy G 
Kendnck. James. Jr 540 
Kendnck, William, J r 
Keneipp, Susan L. 505 
Kenley, Dale A. 
Kenley, James M, 
Kennedy, Chervl D 416 
Kennedy, Frances F, 324,416 
Kennedy, Franklin M. 362 
Kennedy, Glcnda J, 416 
Kennedy, Janet L. 
Kennedy. Jefferi P. 
Kennedy. Mary J. 540 
Kenner, Ronald L, 
Kennetl,JohnW. 



Ken 



I, Bnii 



Karr Mary H. 216,296 



Kenny, Susan U 353 
Kent. James A. 217 
Kent, RichanlCJr 
Kerbaugh, GIvn D,. Jr. 
Kems. Tommy W. 260 
Kerr, Bnice E, 
Kernck, Phillip A. 
Kersey. David J. 
Kersey. Steven R. 
Kesner. Vonda L. 



Kessinger, Claudelte 
Kessinger, Mark E. 
Kessler. Bennie T, 
Ke.ssler. NancyJ. 345 
Kester, Robert W, 
Kelbg. Judy G, 
Kelller, Father 112 
Kettler, Michael A. 
Key. Clarences. 416 
Key. J, B. 
Keyei John L, 
Khurana, Iqbal S, 
Klbbey, Linda F. 351,416 
Kiblet, Barbara H. 269,270,474 
Kice, Mar^ K 216,317,505 
Kidd, Deborah C, 
Kidd, Edward S, 187 
Kidd, Gloria J. 324 
Kidd, Greta E. 540 
Kidd, Hildreth C, 
Kidd, Jackie U 281.345,373,416 
Kidd. Roy L 225 
Kjdd, Sheila B. 
Kidd. Tanya AL 
Kidd, Vicki L. 
kidney. KaOtleen AL 
kidivell, Ella M. 339 
Kiijer. Debra E. 
Kilch. Alara L. 
Kile, Michael W. 
Kijgore. Bobby C, 
Killam, Debra A. 339 
, BlUye 305 



Kdlir 



n, Ru 



■r, Ronald J- 505 
Kimball, Donald 540 
KimbalL Spencer W. 
kmiball, Susan G H. 
Kimberling. Stephen G. 
Kimberling. Vickie A. 416 
Kimble. Bruce S. 
Kimbrough. Phyllis L. 
Kimson, Stephen J, 
Kmcaid, Ernest D„ Jr. 
Kincaid, Mar>- E. 
Kincer, Glenn E, 
Kincer, Roger D. 
Kinder, Kim M, 540 
Kindler. Thomas 
Kindred, Ann C. 
Kmdred, NolaJ 
KinduelL Timothy R. 225 
Kiner Howard J 
kmg. .4 my 167 
KinE. Arthur K 
King, Brenda J 

King, Carol S 

King-Cham-Lie, 292 

King, Connie R, 

King, Debora A 

King, DenzJ 0, 

King, Donna J, 505 

King, Gail E, 

King. James C. 416 

King, Jenny C. Q. 

King, John M. 

King, Jo,seph C. 416 

King. Judv F 540 

King. KatJileenE. 416 

King. Kimberlv A, 

King, Lawrence J. 540 

King, Margaret L. 

King, Alitchell W. 

King, Ralph E. 416 

Kmg. Rama B. 

King, Ronald L. 

King, Samuel E. 

King, Sara .A. 540 

King, Sharon L. 540 

King, Stephen T. 

K,r,s. Terr, 128 
King. Vicki E, 
King. Aicki.- M 
Km", VinadaM. 416 
Kmker. Paula S. 
Kinklon. Richard 1. 
Kmle\ " 



Kinlcy.Jo 



rD. 

, Barney H. 505 
I, Charles V. 
I, Connie F. 320,474 



Kmman. loe 2 

Kmman, Michael L. 4l6 

Kinnaird. Patricia B. 

Kinnetz. Eugene J. 

Kuinetz, Peggy L 416 

Kinney, Charles L 

Kinney. Martha S. 

Kinsella. Kaima A 540 

Kin,ser. James S. 416 

Kinser, Michael C, 

Kinser, Steven F. 

Kinsler. Jack R. 

FCinsolving. Carolyn S. 213.447 

Kinsolving. George B. 

Kiplev. Randall C. 

Kipper. Alichael R. 

Kiracole, Gregory A. 225,377 

Kirby. Billy R. 

Kirby. Bnice E. 

Kirby. Bry an W. 

Kirby, Earl G. 

Kirby. Ellen E. 540 

Kirbv. Ethel .M. 

Kirbi, Fred W. 260 

Kirby. Robert E.. Ill 

Kirby. Tony T. 377 

Kircher. Grela J 

Kirchholf. Fred J.. Jr. 260,505 

Kirchner, Kitly L 

Kirchner, Peter M. 286,474 

Kirk, Darrel C. Jr. 540 

Kirk. Deborah J. 

Kirk, Edward J, 

Kirk, Jerry M. 260,373 

Kirk, John B- 416 

Kirt Ken E. 560 

Kirk, Marv J, 

Kirk. Neil R, 

Kirkland. James D 474 

Kirkland, Patricia C 

Kirkland. Su>an G 317 

Kirkman, Cecil D 



Kirkman, Steven P. 
Kirkpatnck, DoroOlv 304 
Kirkpatnck. Rex A. 251.540 
Kirkpatnck. Teresa M. 
Kirsch, John N, 
KiBchuk, Geoffrey L. 505 
Kiser, James E, 
Kiser, Jeffelson G, 
KLser, Maxwell D. 
Kissling, Mary L. 
kitchen, Barbara R, 



emjan. Dale tj. 
einjan. Marlene 
ensch, Mary B, 
lie, laroKn R 



1,292.416 



klingstein. Donald 0. 474 
Klisz, Theresa M, 540 
Klotz. Stephen T. 505 
Knapp, Judy A, 
Knapp, Paulette S- 
Knapp. Robin B. 
Knechl. Robert »., Jr. 
Knechtlv, Sue L. 
Kniesel. Linda L 

K I, \ i:„l,jrd 

h . -, I - . ! „ J L. 

K', I . . - ,..;' ■! 1111,410 

ki„Sl.l, Ju. W. 

KiiighuJohnB. 41b 

Knight, Martha M. 

KiughC Pabicia A 417 

Knight. Susan G. 

Knight. Thomas H 379 

Knight, Thomas M 

Kmpp. W anda .S. 

Knipple, Janet \L 343 

Knipple, Jean R, 343 

KnoepHer, Dennis J. 373 

Knox, Betn M. 

Knox, Tern G. 

Knuckles Susan F, 

Knuehl, J. Thomas 337 

KnurhL Manetta 316,417 

KnuLson, Joseph D. 

Koch, Susan C. 

Koenig, Phillip K, 329,332,341,37 

474 
Koenigslein, Robert L. 
Koeninger, Dave M. 179.324,417 
Koger, Jcje 133 
Kogerma, Knstjan I. 
Kohen, Albert 560 
Kohler, Kelly L 
Kohk Deborah A 297,474 
Kohsiii. I Min \1 340 
k.il '.■,-• I. J'." ("4 



Komara. James A 

Konkol, Nancy 320,417 

Koontz. Henrx M. 

Koontz, Ro.se ann 

Kopp. Garry W. 

Kopp, Louis W. 

Kopp, Maigaret E. 417 

Korade, Karl J. 

Koranchan, Geoige L. 

Korb, Thomas R. 

Komhotf, Theodore J. 359,540 

Korody, .Arthur L. 

Koss William R. 417 

Kotch. Sis Ann J 

Kolecki. Dennis J. 

Kotheimer. David A. 

Kolheimer. Pamela A. 

Kovar. Sandra L. 

Kozacik,JohnJ-,Jr, 

Kozel, Beth A. 

Knifl, Judith A. 

KrafU Sandra E, 

Krahenbuhl, Jennings 

Krajnak, Dolores 

Krajnak, Peter J. 

Kramer, John A. 

Kramer, Vu^inia L 540 

Kraner, Benton E. 

Kraner. Jeffery L. 

Krasher. Richard A". 

Krasinskt. Charlotte 

Krauchick, Stephen F. 417 

Kraus Bruce F. 

Krause, Kimberly A. 5U5 

Krautwater. Kathryn A. 

Kiawiec, Claire K. 351 

Kreimborg, Kathleen C. 

Krekeler. Kay A 



, Elai 



c M. 



eth J. 505 
Knslofeck, WJIiam V. 
Knvda. Stephen J. 505 
Krohn, Brenda K, 560 
Knieger, Daniel W, 217,417 
Krueger, Timothy D, 505 
Krupit, Paul A. 
Kubale, CordeliaA. 
Kubiak. Sandra S. 
Kuebbing, Carol J. 
Kuegel. Bruce E. 
Kuenzli. Glen E, 540 
Kuhens Kevin B. 331,369,474 
Kuhn, Daniel L, 
Kuhn, Gregory A- 225 
Kuhn, Kenneth L 
Kuhnhem, Garth A 245 
Kuhni, Pamela A, 339,506 
Kulp, Helen J 
Kulp, Ru5.sell P 
Kump, Deborah A. 540 
Kunz, Timothy J. 
Kunzman. Lawrence K. 379 
KupeL Wanda K, 417 



Kurk, Gar> A. 474 
Kurtz, Richard E. 
Kurtz, Robert E. 
Kurtz, Timothy S, 
Kuss, Philip D. 
Kustes JelfW. 540 
Kulnansky, Frank, Jr 474 
Kuykendall, Philip A. 
Kyser, John R. 
Kyser, Roy T. 



Labiosa. Pamela L. 
Laboda, James M. 377 
Lacev, Nancy K. 340 
Lacinak, Melinda L. 540 
Uckey,Javena A. C, 
Lackey, Jessie K, 
Uckey. John F. 
Lacy, Sherre H, 
Ladd, Mary L. 214.322,506 
Ladenburger, Donna Le 
Ladenburger, jeanette 
Ladenburger, Ten L 
Udewig, Tim P. 
Ladl, Anna B, 
Laduke, Dawn At 
Ufavere. Marx J. 
Latollette, Rhonda F- 417 
Ulontaine, Cenl R. 
Lafountam. Kathleen 540 
Lafountain, Patncia 
Lai, Taichu 447 
Lainhart, Deborah C. 
Lainhart, Ramona L 306 
Lair, Eddie G. 
Lair, John S, 
Laird, JenmferL. 
Lake, Charles T. 506 
Lake. Jo A. 
Lake, Scarlet S. 
Lakes Larrv S. 
Ukes Polly G. 506 
Lakes Robert D. 
Lakes Shelby R, 
Lalley, Kimberlv A. 474 
Lamajicuso, John L. 474 
Lamarr, Janice C. 
Umb, Darrvl R. 
Lamb, Don jd G. 
Lamb, James C. 
Lamb, Jame- E. 
Umb, Vernon B. 
LAMBDA SIGMA 
OMICRON 324 
Umbert, Joan C. 267 
Lambert, Larry A. 
Lamberu Paul 109,333 
Lamkin. Beth A. 417 
Lampe, Kenneth 
Lamping, Gregorv .A. 43,506 
Lancaster. Dwight L. 417 
Lancaster. FretlE. 
Lancaster. Gina R. 540 
Lancaster, Toy A. 417 

Land. Anna J 

Land, Donna J 

Landis Cathv D. 353,540 

Landis Peter H. 

Landis Robert L 225,227 

Laiidrum, Raymond K, 417 

Landv, David E. 

Landy, Robert C. 
Lent. Bcnnie 167 

Lane, Bonita C. 540 

Une, Bnan K. 

Lane, Colleen K, B. 447 

Une. Danny G, 291 

Une. Dennis L. 

Lane. EUen 506 

Lane. Jackie L, 

Une, Karen A. 196.215,286.417 

Lane, Mabel C, 

Lane, Margaret A. B. 

Lane. Maigaret E. 

Une. Rita C. 

Lane, Stephen C 

Unfersiek, Gregg A 

Lang. Judith M. 

Ung. Mar^ E. 506 

Ung, Nolan J. 245 

Ungdon. Deborah A. 

Langdon.Svlvia 213.417 

Langfotd. Wayne A. 474 

Langhoi^t, RobvnR. 506 

Langley. Alfred L.. Ill 

Ungley.MonaC. 474 

Ungman, Regina B. 

Langstaff, Jamie L- 298,304,418 

Lanham, Maixaret M. 371,540 

Lanham, Samuel K. 361.474 

Lanham. Terry .A. 

Lanham. Tunolhy J. 371.418 

Lankheit, Vivian L. 315.418 

Lanmng, Gary D. 359 

Lansdale. Alan S. 

Lanter, Urrv R. 

Larkey, Timothy A. 

Urkin. Dolores N. 

Larkins Mike 357 

Urosa, William J. 

Urue, Jacqueline B. 324 

Ush, Charles 151 

Lash, Dianne L. 

Ush, Dons B, 

Lashome, Jeffrey L, 

La-shorne, William E. 

Lasley, Maria F, 506 

Uswill, Brent R, 

Utham. Harold 324 

Latham, Silas F. 

Uthain, Stuart H, 

Laumer, James C. 

Ulo, Sally J. 418 

Uu, Chek B, 292,418 

Uubenbeimer, Chrisd 

Uumann, Gregory C. 371 

Uvender, Frank A., Jr 



La' 



i357 



LAW ENFORCEMENT 
ASS(5CIAT10N 323 
Lawless Jack B. 
Uwless, Jerry T. 



590 Index and Dirrctorv 




Lynn Long prepares the necessary media for fruit fly 
cultivation. 



Lawless Judv E. B, 
LavHess, Oliver C;. 
[.awrrnce, Connie L. 474 
LawTence, Conrad T., Jr. 
LawTence. Mar^' A. 
Lawson, Alycea K. 456 
Lawson, Barry T. 
Lawson, Carl E., Jr. 
Lawson, Dana L, 
Lawion, DebraJ. 
l.j«-on, Debra K. 506 
l.a»«.n. Can W. 
La»v-.iii. jiihnt-, ill 540 
La»«)n, John C, Jr 
Lawson, Nancy F. 
La\\son, Stanley G. 
Lawson, Stephen E. 
Lawson, Susan J. R. 



Lawsc 



, Willia 



rill, Coi 



Lay, Edith C. 

Lay, Lois A. 

L^y, Virginia A. R. 

Layman, Martha J. 

Layne, James D. 

Layne, Malcom D. 476 

Uyne, Virda R. M. 

Layne, Waynette 

Lav ton, Anne W. 

Laylon, Kathleens. 353 

Uzar, Judith B. 

Lach, Andrew J, Jr. 

Uach, John. S. 314,315,418 

l>ach, Patncia A. 322,476 

Leach, Robert D. 

Leach, Tamara A. 

Leachman, Benjamin C. 540 

Leadingham. Jean A. 22 

Leaf, Carolyn M. 

Uak, Man K. 540 

Leake, Barr)' B. 418 

Leake, Joseph C. 

Leake, Patricia L. 288,476 



Ledford, Susan D. R. 
Lcdford, Terry A. 
Ue, Annie R. 
Lee, Ben Seng 447 
Lee, Bobby T. 367 
Lee, Donald S. 
Lee, Dorothy L. 540 
Lee, Eula B. 
Lee, Gregory D. 506 
Lee, Janice R. 
Uc, Kaicn C 310 
Lee, King Cham 
Ue, Linda J. 
Lee, Mary C. 
Ue, Olive M. 
Lee, Pamela K. 
Ue, Saundra J. 540 
Ue, Shirley K. 540 
Lee, Susan M. 
Uep, Debbie J. 540 
Ufevers, Arthur, Jr. 418 
Uff, Horn E. 371 
Ufferson, Diane K. 
Ugcl, David A. 
Ugel, Patrick L. 
Leger, Mary L. 219 
Ugere, Karen A. 506 
Uhman, Debbie J. 540 
Uhman. Dianne M. 541 

ude A. 304,476 



Uhm 



, Madoi 



Uai 



i,Jai 



sS. 



Uar, Daniel T. 

Uar, Donna M. 540 

Uar, Palncia A. 

Leary, Donnie W. 

Leary, Larry L. 

Uase, Michael L. 367,476 

Uather, Terrena F. 

Uather, Thomas E. 

Uaver, Joyce A. 

Ubeau, Lucille C. 

Ubedz, Randall R. 

Leber. Jerry L. 

Ucompte, Jacquelyn A. 

Ucompte, Jean K. 291,324.418 

Ucompte, Sammi L. 

Ucompte, Sandra L. 

Udford. Curtis D. 

Udford, Joan M. 

Udford, Richard E. 418 



,n, Rachel L. 
Uhmann, Velma K. 267,269.506 
Uhncr, Jim J, Jr. 371,541 
Uib, Susan L. 
Uibrock, Kim C. 
Uibrock, Sandra G. 506 
Leidolf, Erwin A. 
Uidy, Patncia A. 217 
Uienbeige, Linda K. 304,324,476 
Uienberger. Michael 541 
Uigh, Janet D. 339 
Uisinger, Mar)- L. 317,349 
Umairc, Sharon A. 371 
Umasler, Gerald L. 
Uming, John E. 541 
Umker, Je; 



Unai 



Unni 



sH. 



, Robert M. 
Untz, Patncia C. 
Untz, Steven F. 371 
Uonard, Barbara A. 317 
Leonard, Michael D. 
Uonard, Vernon H. 
Leonhardt, Ronald P. 476 
Uopard, Michael M. 377 
Upera, Joanne 21,339,456 
Uppert, Mary J. 
Leslie, Bennett L. 
Leslie, Deborah S. 
Uslie, Don R. 225 



L. t r 
1/ t 


D laid B n 
1 1 r , 1 


1 1 \ 

1 \1 1 del K. 361 




11 ma L 




11 naldR 


1^ 11. 


1- llerK 


1 1 1- 


Pair k k .) 


Uune 


ft 1 B ^ 11 


Uink 


lunl- 4 t 


Lv 11 


11 a M 




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H t 




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\ la K 476 




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1 1 « HI 243 




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1 Je 136 




1 amtaj 34 ,476 




1 Ipha 




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1 jrv D 




In B W 




1 juelmef 541 




la e H Jr 




1 letK 




1 p E 506 




1 ai nc H D 


b 


J mm> L 


UwT 


Johnny 


Uwis Karen 216 292,317 


UWT 


Larry G 


Uwis 


Larry ft. 


Uwis 


LisaK. 353 


Uwis 


Lorena 1. 


Lewis 


, Margaret A. 


Uwis, Melvin G. 


Uwis 


Penny L 


Uwis, Ratmond J 


Uwi 


Roger R 


Uwi 


Ronald D 


Uwi 


Sheila D 506 


Uwi 


Tom K 


Uwn 


^ WJIal 


Uwi 


William D 


Uwi 


WJhamN 111 


Uwa 


ftilham ft 


Libb, 


1 lov.i \1 H 



Bilhe 1 

ft 



libiral ir 

Libv. l.r 

Lickerl, Kredenrkft. 476 

Lickert. Ronald t, 

Liechtv, Dale A. 

Lieser, Mary M. 292,353 

Lietzke, James 0. 

Lightner, Barbara J. 541 

Lighmer, Sharon L. 320,345,476 

Ule, John B. 

Lilly, Christopher L 251,313,541 

Ully, Terry R. 

Lmdblad, Joanne 

Lindon, June 

Lindon, Sheila 320 

Lindsey, Lesa F. 476 

Lindsey, Marshall L. 



Un 



Linebach, Sandra E. 419 
Unebaugh, David C. 
Linebaugh, Mareha E. 506 



Lin 


nen 


loiil, Karen 


A. 506 


Lin 


415 


kohl, Susan 


C 296,316,317,32 


Lm 




eber, Tom 


C. 244.245,377 


Lin 


tne 


, Charlotte 


J, 541 


Un 


ton 


Carol A. 




Lm 


ville 


, Nannie L 




Lm 


ville 


, Philip W. 




Lm 


ville 


. Robert L 





„.... „andra K. 

Linz, Vicki A- 353,456 

Lippert, BrendaJ.456 

Lippman, Daniel J. 

Lipps, Janice S. 

Lipps, Katherine 

Lipps, Uroy 419 

Lipps, Ray 

Lipps, Ruby L. 

Lippy, Monica M. 

Lisehora, Barbara L 218,271,476 

Lisehora, Patricia A. 271,506 

Lisle, Fielden, Jr 

Lisle, John T. 252,253 

LITTLE COLONELS 303 

Utile, Bobby G. 

Utile, David C. 

Little, Debra J. 

UtUe. Keith R. 541 

Little, Laura L. 541 

Little, Randolph C. 

Utile, Regina F. 476 

Uttle, Thomas W. 

Littler, Linda S. 

LiltreL Melody A. 419 

Uttrell, Donna E. 541 

LlttrclL Gloria J. M. 

UttrclL James K. 

UttrelL KaH R. 

Uttrell, Konna341 

Litis, Carol A. 

Livingood, James 

LivinBton, Sheryl A. 371 

Uoyd, David VI. 

Lloyd, Maniha G. 

LoBuono, Gregory A. 

Lo, Yin L. 

Lobb, Lillian M. 

Lober, Urry R. 

Lober, V. Gail 

Lock, John W. 419 

Lock, Kenneth 

Uckaby, David A, 

Locke, Manlyn S. 



Locker. Eddy D. 
Locker Teresa K. 
Lockett, Kenneth 
Lockett, Lanny E. 506 
Lockhart, Bobbie J. 
Uckyer, Ruth E. 
Lococo, Barbara C. 541 
Lococo, Paul V. 
LoefHer, Joan E. 
Loeser, Charles W. 
Logan, Barbara J. 
Logan, George H. 506 
Ugan, James R 
Logan, Karen L. 541 
Logan, Vicki V. 
Logue, Kevin C 541 
Lohr, Caroline T. 
Lohr, Jane S. 
Lohr, Lynn R. 
Lohr, Richard C. 
Uhr, Valerie J. 



Lorn 



■.Jul 



lel, Carol M. 
Loney. Deborah A. 
Long. Ann C. 
Long. Bettye M. 
Long, Charles M. 
Long. Edith C. 
Long, Gaiy L. 
Long, Green C. 
Long, Jefferson L. 
Long. Juha L. 447 
Long, Larry L. 
Long, Larry W. 3 1 1 
Long, Louise 272 
Long, Lucien C, II 
Long, Lynn 314 
Long, Nancy L. 
Long, Steven C. 
Long, Sydney S. 
Long, Terry L. 
Longoria, Noe A. 379 
Longworth. Everett 
Looney, Irvin W 
Lopnore. Michael A 476 
Lore tte, Michelle L 351.419 
Losey, Chem' W. 
Losey, Phdip H. 
[AJsey. Robert 183 
Losh, Becky K. 345,419 
Lother, J. Jeff 
Lothndge. JadaL-321 
UtL Nancy E. 300,301,339 
Loudermllk, Charles A- 
Love, Darla K. 
Love, John D. 

Loveday, Mary E. 560 

Lovelace. Jodie M. 476 

LovelU Betty J. 

Lovett, Edith M. 

Lovetl, Lmear225 

Lovett, Thomas W. 

Uvetl, Timothy ft/. 

Loving, Thomas M. 

LovilU Jerry W. 

Lowe. Connie S. 

Lowe, Debra M. 541 

Lowe, Michael J. 

Lowen, Mariam J 

Lowery, Charles 0.,]r 347,419 

Lowerv, John W., Jr. 

Lowhom, Linda D. 

Lowborn, Noah K. 

Lowman, Debra J. 353 

Lowry, Michael J. 476 

Loy, jean J. 

Loyd. John F. 

Lozier, Mark D. 375.506 

Lucas, Kenneth R. 

Lucas, Mary K. 

Lucas, Mitchell L, 

Lucas, Patricia M 456 

Lucas, Ronald C. 

Lucketl, Bonnie L 

Luc ke 1 1, Jams M. 

Luckptt. Merry L. 353 

Lurkey, Kathy J 456,523 

Lucky. Edgar A. 

Lucky, Kitty J- 

Lueders, Shelley J. 292,357,477 

Luhman, Reid219 

Lukac, Kathleen 541 

Lunceford, Geoige D. 

Lundblad, Don E. 361 

Lundbui?, Charles A. 

Lundy, ft'illiam R. 

Lunry, Karen D. 

Luney, Nancy E. 542 

Lunsford, David G. 

Lunsford, Suzan L. 

LunLsford, David A. 456 

Lusenhop, Patricia A, 353 

Lusher. Gary R. 

Lutes, Ronald 

Luttrell, Earl M, 

Luttrell, Jimmy J. 

Luttrell. Juha L 419 

Lutz, Carroll W. 

Utz,DorindaJ, B. 419 

Lutz, Jo L. 542 

Lutz, Robert S. 477 

Lutz, Roger D. 419 

Lyemance. Carolyn V. 377.506 

Lykins, James 0. 

Lyman, James T. 

Lynch, David W. 

Lynch, Georgia K. 209,215,419 

Lynch, John R. 

Lynch, Michael J. 197,419 

Lynch, Pamela 

Lynch, Robert S. 

Lynd. Pamellia A. 

Lyon, Joe A. 

Lyons, Bonita B. 

Lyons, Earl B. 

Lyon,s, Emma L 506 

Lyons, Jack L. 

Lyons, Kathi A. 

Lyons, Leesa L. 541 

Lyons. Roy D. 

Lyons, Sophia S. 506 

Lyons, Tommy L, 

Lytic, Lawrence D. 198,419 



Lytle, Rita C. 

LytUe. Barbara A. 342 

Lyllle. Una K 342 

\1 

Mabe, Michael L. 
Mace, lona E. 
Machal, Melvin W. 419 
Mack, Anna M. 
Mack. Kim A. 367.419 
Mackenzie. Deborah A. 
lackey. Kip R. 
lackey. Ma rvG, 214.506 
Mackie, James H, 447 
Maclaren, Mari la N, 
Mac Mullen, Melanie A. 
Madden. Evelyn S. 159,314.477 
Madden. Maine V 
Maddpn, Viviane M, 351,373,477 
Maddoy, Jackie J. V. 
Maddox, John M. 375 
Madison, Lane E, 

Madras, John R. 329,330,377,506 
Maeglv, Linda C 292,542 
Macgly, Rebecca E. 217.477 
Maerkl. Denise R. 477 
MaffetU Michael S. 377 
Magel, Nina M. 
Maggard, Deborah J. 
Maggard, George 
Maggard, Judy C. 
Maggard, Judy K. 457 
Maggard, Martha C. 214.291,320,506 
Maggard, Sonja L. 560 
Magnuson, Jeanne A. 267 
Mahan. Patti L- H. 457 
Mahonev, John J 
MAJORETTES 298 
Mat Lawrence R, 357 
Maley, Lynn A. 286,419 
Malio, Salim H. 447 
Mallette. Judith M. 
Mallorv.BilheC. 
Mallory, Helena (^ 
Mallov. ft-illiam R. 
Malone, Ruthanne 377,506 
Maione. Susan A. 477 
Malone, William D. 
Maloney, Daniel G 269,477 
Maloney, Gary W 477 
Maloney, Mike C. 
Manchikes, Alice W, 
Mandell, Sharon L 30 
Mandell, Wayne A. 447 
Mandt. Edward] 
Mandt, Stephen A. 371 
Manck, Wanda B. 542 
Maners, Rhonda E. 212,477 
Maners, Richard D 477 
Mangus, Charles T. 260.375 
Manifold. Melinda L 214,345.506 
Manko. Joyce L. 
Mann, Charlene C. 506 
Mann, Charles M. 
Mann, David F. 
Mann, James M. 477 
Mann, James R. 



Mai 



Mann, Judy G. 477 

Mann, Mark D. 377 

Mann, Marsha H. 291,304,542 

Mann, Rick E. 213,323 

Manning, John L. 

Manning, Marian M. 

Manning. Richard H. 

Manmng, Steven P. 

Mansfield, Alvin T. 

Mansfield, Norman J. 

Mansfield, Rebecca L 

Mantooth, Gary L. 

Manz, Mary P. 

Maphet, Norma K. 

Maras, Brenda C. 

Maras, Robert R. 

Marasa.Nicolette 351.542 

Marasco, Julip C. 

Marashl. Hamidedin S. 

Marashi, Vahid 0. 477 

Marchctte, Donald E. 

Marcum, Daryl D. 357,419 

Marcum, Frances V. 

Marcum, Frank D. 377 

Marcum, Joseph S. 

Marcum, Kathy A. 

Marcum, Kenneth D. 477 

Marcum, Lucy C. 

Marcum, Martha L. 419 

Marcum, Randi J 

Marcum, Rhoda K. 

Marcum, Teddy P. 

Marcum, Vivian G. 

Marcus, Karen S. 

Marcus, Roger L. 

Mardis, Roy H, Jr. 

Marefat. Kourosh 

Marema, Nancylee 

Manan, Adlme 

Mannelli, Robyn A. 345,419 

Mariner, Brett A. 506 

Markert. Stephen E. 477 

Marks. Michael A. 

Marksbcrry, Tonya L, 

Marier, Joan C. 

Marler. Kenneth W. 

Marlin, Miriam C. 215,321,419 

Marling, Fredrick A. 

Marlow, Manon N. 

Marmie. Larry E. 225 

Marmie. Nancy Y, 

Marple, Keith E., Jr 542 

Marquis, Shen B. 419 

Marquis, Sheri B. 

Marriott, Michael A. 506 

Marsh, Grace 

Marsh, Nancy L M. 

Marsh, Patricia J, 

Marsh, Paul M. 506 

Marsh, Sharon L. 

Marsh, Susan M 292,477 

Marshall, Claudia M. 419 

Marshall. Deborah R. 542 

Marshall, Donald P. 

Marshall Dorothy M. 



Index and Directory 591 



\ljr>hdll, f^.l.lla K 



. Ilrr 



\ljr-lijll, Kav A 

Mjr.l,all. I jurjM l'il..lTJ 

\lar-hdli, Mr.hjel E. 342 
\Lr-lijli, \\„ lij.1 W, 
Mjrvlull, Kd> I -Ml 
Mjr-li.ill, -i,,a,i 1. 288,34'l,5(ll) 
Mjr-lijll lli,,mj, K 41(1 
Mar-hall W ., 



Mai 



jrd II 



irl « 



Mai 
Mac 

Marlin. i alhv i 
Marlin, Chatlii E 
Martin, Cvnihia L- 477 
Marlm, Danny R. 
Marlin, Deborah L. 
Mann. Diane A. 
Marlin. Donald J. 



Kli/ab. Ih 322,457 
- K.rm- C. 
. M. 



Matliii. Har.ild L 
Marlin, Ham- W 
Marli... Jam. - B ,a42 
Mariiri, Jame- C 
Marlin. janie I, 542 
Marlin. Jaw,,' L 542 
Marhn. Jrrr, U 
Marhn. Jill ft 
Marlin. J,)h„ 
Ma/lin. John R 
Marlin. Jo\ L. 165,419 
Marlm. Judilh K. 
Ma/lin. Judv K 



-Ih I 
. !.,■, I. 3HI.419 

Man.' \ 
. Man-a L. 542 
. Markl. 542 
. Mai-ha B, 



Marlin, Hanvla L. 353.5116 
Marlm. Paul ft 
Marlin, R,.l. rl I 
Wiiri,,,. lit. K,,h,;i R, 121 



Marli 


. .--lank, K 


Marli 


. S,bil A 


Marli 


, l,*rn i 291. ".116 


Marur 


. Terr, J 


Mamr 


, ftiJIiam C. 


Martir 


ez. Julio C. 


Marhr 


ez. Michael A. 


Marl; 


Jeffrey R. 33 1.421) 


Mano 


1, --o-ar, M ",IM, 


Masil 


arka ^ii-ai. 


Ma*dr 


1, Harnld \ *. 12 


Mislai 


U -.u-an 11 177 


Masor 




Mason 


. Carolyn P. 


Mason 


. Gayle E. 286,324.420 


Ma.<on 


. Karen M. 292,314 


Ma.son 


Michael L, 


Mason 


Richard L, 420 


Mason 


, R„s,marv 506 


Mason 


>a,idra A 



Mason, Thiodore 

Ma.s.sengale, ftilliam A 

Mas.-.'neill. Tere.sa A. 320.477 

Mas.sey. M, Kennelh 

Maslers. Alberl D. 

Maslers, Lynn D. 

Maslens Paltv L. S. 

Maslin, Chrisleena M 

Mislni^nu, Vicki M. 351,542 

Malhena, Roberl C, 

MalhcK. John 507 

Malhis Sarah C 

Malhis. Sherry E. .542 

Mallick. Pamela S. 420 

Mallock. Kennelh R. 

Maloiisa:h. Daniel T, 260,507 

Malnusch, Dennis M, 

.Mallhe»s, Charles K. 37.3.420 

Mallhem. Sheila S. 

Malhnfli. Ann ft. 220.308.320.477 

Mallingly. Anne M. 342 

MallmBly. Charles R. 542 

Mainnely. Charles R. 542 

Maltmely, Ceralyn F, 

MallinEly, JamesJ 477 

Mallingly, Jo A. 

Mallinely. Joseph M. 

Mallingly. Karen 

Mallingly. Man E. 507 

Mallingly. Mary E. 

Malhngly. Rila G. 318,420 

Mallingly. Ronald 

Mallingly. .siuarl L. 507 

Mallingly, Thomas J 

Malhngly. ft Raymond 

Mallmiller. Kennelh A, 

Mallmiller, Michael E. 

MallovCary A 

Mali. Linda S, 

Maujean. Gary P, 153 

Mauney. Bill ft, 

Maianey. Bridgel G. 507 

Mauney. Mary M. 

Maunlel. John B 252 

Maunlcl. Kimberly C 367.457 

%Uupin. Amelia K. D. 

Maiapin.JeneD, 542 

Maupin, Linda S. 342 



Maupiii, Mil. hell R 
Maopin, Myrlle M 
Maupm, Ret, car. 
Maurcr Juanila L 320,420 



May 


-..n, 1 harles R, Jr, 


Mas 


y..ll, Alcyander 


May 


.veil, 1 harles W, 542 


May 


well, Edna S. 


Ma> 


Barbara S 507 


May 


BelyndaG. 


May 


Bonnie L. 


Ma, 


Carolyn A 339,457 


May 


Ellen M, S 


May 


Eredia L, 


Woy 


l.fnIdS. 123 


May 


Jame.R 337 


May 


|..hn A 


May 


Larry 


May 


1 am 11 


May 


Linda l„ 457 


May 


Mar. rlla A 


May 


Mail, A 


May 


Nan.y | 


May 


\e„|andft 


May 


Paln.ia \ 


May 


Palri.kjr 


May 


Pearl 1, 


May 


Kel,-..aJ 


May 


Ru- 1 


May 


,su-aii K 512 


May 


limolhy 11 4211 


May 


r. Bernadclle M 421 


May 


r. Kalhy ,5'.ll 


May 


V Daphne 



-, Ever. 
■, Ja 



May field, I alvm3l2 

May Held. Kaye H 

May field. Kennelh M. 

Mayfield. Kennelh ft'. 

May Held, \alhan C, 

Mayfield. Sandra K D. 

Mayfield. Thomas W 

May hew, Joan E 

Mayhugh. Gayle R. 216.317.47 

Maynard. Ben E, 

Maynard, Danila L. 47,291 

Maynard, I lonna J 

ard, E-lelA,Jr 



Ma 



ird, Ka: 



Maynard, U- „ 

Maynard, Marelyn K. 
Maynard. Randolph 
Maynard. Sheila (5. 46,420 
Mayne. Deborah R. 
Mayne, Sharon K 542 
Mayne, Shem L 5117 



Mays- Ann 1 
,Mays, Belly 333 
Mays. Buddy G, 
Mays, Dcbra L 
Mays, Deron 
Mays, lea C 
Mayv Julia A 
May-, Lynda L 420,456 
Mays Neil P 
Mays Sandra S. 
Maze, Lisa A, 
-McAdams, Charles L 
McAfee, Emesl C. 
McAfee. James E. 
McAfee. Mary J 507 
McAfee. MiihaelE. 
McAfee. Ronda L 
Mc Alee. .Shirley S. 
McAlisler, .Sheila A 
McAllister. Robert L. 308,47 
McAnillen, Keyin L. 
McAuhffe, Sharon M 
McBnde", James H 
McBndc, Marietta C. 
McBumey, Sylvia D. 
McCabe. Kathleen M, 
McCabe, Timothy L, 420 
McCafferly, Charles M. 
M.Cafferly, Lawence 
Vlinda M 



M, I 



M.I alli-ler, S,..ll ft 225,313 
■.N..-ia R 4211 
, Mieila A 



I :ieM 



rolyi 



■ .147 



Mel 

McC_ 

McCann. Elei 
McCann. Slanley C. 
Mct:arlhy.JefferT A. 225,226 
McCarthy, Roberl J 507 
MeCarlne., Eldon E. 420 
McCartney. Timothy U. 
McCarly. Coy D. 
McCarly. Jackie L, 298.545 
McCarly. Maiijaret A, 353 
McCa.sland. Susan R 27 1 
McCauley, Edna L. 545 
McCauley, Mitzi H. 
McCauley, Pamela D, 
McCauIley, Sharon L, 291 
McChargue, Carlos J, 
iMcChai^e, Gustavo R, 477 
McChesney. James C, 
McChesney, Karen L, 507 
McClain, Anthony L. 361.507 
McClain. Bobbye J. 
McQain, Danny A, 
McClain. n-Jliam D, 477 
McClanahan, Delores 
McClary, Jeffs, 
McClay. Kimberly C. 317 
McClees, PaulR. 
■McClure, James T, 
McClure. Jeffrey E, 361.477 
McQure, Omega A. 
McCoUum, Mary A- 
McCollum, PerrV W. 477 
McCoIlum, Rickey G. 477 
McComas. Nora L. 545 
McComb. Mary D. 290 
McConkey, John M, 
McConkcy, June A. 
McConkey, Shelley C. 349 
McConnaughev, Bertha 345 



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ell, Ila.id E 


II, Ilel«,rah K 47" 

.1111.11 Ml. 1 1 A 

.1111 11 R.|...a 1 


ird 
ird, 
jrd. 
ird, 
.rd 
r.! 


■II, Sharon B 
David A 
Ehzabelh A. 

M.iry ,n K 
PalM.k K 
\W 1 


E 


.k s,. M..r, \ 
.k All.n K 
lt..l.hy A 



l.ndaG 
larle- A 
larl.- 1 



L. 



o-ke. 



Kathleen 
-key. R..b..rl A 213.219.421 
vi.i r..-key,R..-eman 177 
M.I iibbin. I Ian M 
M.I ..bbin, llenie.e V 
M.I iibt.li.. Iimolhvft 337 477 
M.i .,!le, Kluabelh 
M. 1 .,11.-, la. kie L. 
M.I .ill...mh. V,,mne A 
M. I la. ..el, Anlh.iny ft .157 

M. Iiani.l', lame- ft 
M. Ilali.el Margaret M 
M. 11...... I Paula B 

M.lijuiel-, |.,hn M 

M.I la,.. I -heree L .507 

M. Iia.ill Mien ft 286,324,421 

M. |i.rm..|l. Dennis C 

M. iL.nal.l Arthur B, 

M. Ii....ald, Uen M.,Jr. 

M. Ii,...al.l i.aria A. 

M.|i..nal.|, llonnaj. 

M. IL.nal.l lohnny D 

M. iL.nald, Melanie S 341,457 

M. IL.nald, Palnckj 

M. iL.wrll, thzabelh 

M. II. .well, R.,berlG, 

M. fid. .w„e,, Judith I 

M.Hr.iy, ftilliam 1 1 42 I 

M. Eheen, Ruth ft 

M.lrlain. Roberl K 

M. fwcn |..hnS 

M. la.lden, JohnP„Sr 

M. ladden MardiE, 

M. lad.ie„, Rov L, Jr 

M.I all, Ih.nna 

McEarlan, James P 367 

McEarland, Ali.on S 447 

McEatland, Beltv A 477 

McEarland, David L. 421 

McEarland, Dorolhy E. 

McEarland, Gary A. 507 

McEarland. Palricia R 545 

McEarland. Rose M. 371 

McEariand, Vickie W 421 

M, larland. ftilliam C, 

M. lerren. Michael G. 357 

M.I. alia, Karen S. 477 



r -.15 



H..I. 



". r. 



M. i.r, 
M.I 



.11.- Paula R, 

alh \iary T. 421 
ilh, Patricia J, 296 
alh, Patrick A. 251 



, ftjha 



I H 



. L 447 
M.l.uffry, Ronald D. 
M.I. o, re, IreidaJ. 545 
M.i...ir. i.eorge M 
M.I. .111.' l.lennaM 
M. Cure. Kennelh K. 

M re, Mary D, 447 

M. Loire. leresaD. 269.271 
Ml l.uire, Virki L, 507 
M. Il..ne, Gar^ E 
M. Il.me Micha.-IT. 
M. Hone, R,.ginald B. 



e545 



M, lnl..-h. Karen L. 545 
M. I..l..-h. Kinley H. 
M.I,. I. .-I.. Stella M. 
M. I..l..-h, Stephen H 545 
M. Inl..-h. ft, Hard. Jr 507 
M.lnlvrr, Charles H, 
M. Inl,r,, Ge.,rgeP 
M. Inly re, Jeffrey H 545 
I L- 51)7 



Mel,, 



. 11 



MrKain, ( ynlhiaL, 457 

M, Kay, Carol L 

McKay, Dean C. 295 

McKay, Martin D, 

McKee, Joyce A H, 360 

McKee, LowTy L, 560 

McKee, Ralph K. 

McKee, Robert H, 

McKee, Suzanne R. 22 

McKeehan, Phyllis A. 

McKennev,NancyJ 197,217.421 



M.K, n,,.,, K..Uri l , [r 291,477 

M. K,.„/,. l.ai.,1 I 515 

M. K.„/,.- I la..,., B 

M.k. ..,■.. Ilj,,.l \ 

M. K.n/.. Mary I 111,371,477 

M, k,n/,e, ftilliam \ 

M.Kinle,, Deborah R 

M. Kinle,,l.eii|..,.e E. 341,421 

M. k.nle,, Slcenl) 

M. Kinney I amille J 545 

M.Kinney, I.harl.-D 

M. Kmne,, Deylc, 
M. h.nn.y, [-the, E 
M.K. ,.,„■, Je.ry D 
M.KI..1I. , Mar, M 
M, K1..1,., M,,l,,,,l I 

Mik',.'!!!:; -.*.', ','i,','„ V 

M. ki,.i.e, 1.0, J M 219,324.421 

McKinnev, Vanelle B, 

McKinney. ft'athena S. 

McKinney, ftilliam H, 

MiKilrif, Aileen F 

M. k.lTi. Irr. .ai; 

M. Kn.cl.l la,,..,. I, 



. W 



M. h.uiil.i K,,-l, I 26' 
McLaren, Hamld ft. 
McLaughlin, Gary W. 
McLaughlin, Linda A, 
.McLean, Jack L 
McLean, Jame- L , Jr, 



,M, Le 
M.Le 



McMichael, Bn 
McMJIan, Debra \. 421 
McMillen, Judilh A D 
McMillen, Vbchael A 507 
McMillen, Steve H. 
McMdlin, Earn L, 
McMullen. Ered P. 
MeMullin. Salhe A H 
M. Murlry.Tern \' 477 
M. Nabb, \alane I. 515 
M, Nary, ttalle, I 

M,\eeK, Hale I III 
M, \ee-.', Ilebra K 515 
M. Nolly lam- I 151,147 
M. P.ek y„il.,.ii, B -.15 
M. P.ek, M.. h,,.l II tJI 
M. I'her.,,, 1....C., I 



M.I 



M. I'l..l„.l«. 1.11, ft 
M.,.,..a.l. Mar, I J.ll,, 304.477 
M. ,.,..ad, K„l...,.l I 357.508 
M. ..iiia.l, -„..„i I 153 



M.l.l.ieen. Judilh L -.118 
M. I.lue. n. Rob,rl D 
M.l,liiern, Rachel L 
Ml Ouinn, Charles L 
McSwain, Slephen B- 
McSwain, Thabom L, 
McTadden, Norma C. 
McVav. Larry U, 



sG, 



arl B. 



MeVa 
M, Ve 

M. fth..i 

M. ftliorler. Charles E. 

M,ftTi„rler. Cheryl L. 

\l. fthorler, Debbie 1. 215.477 

M, ftliorler, J,mmi E 

M, fthorirr, Kim 515 

M, fthorler, I ..u tt 

M. fth..rlcr, Mi.haeIR 357 

M. fthoil. r Nan., -, 543 

M. fth..rler K...,,ild E 447 

M. fthorl.,, v.. k, I. 421 

. lud, I. 216.253,47 



I e 179.421 



M. U .1 

M. «,! 

M. tt.l 

M.a.l. 

Mea.te .hall.-, II 171.421 

Meade. Deborah A 121 

Meade. Donna M, 

Meade, Jennifer L. 353 

Meade, Marvin D 

Meade, Pamela A 

Meade, Paula J. 457 

Meade, Philip L 357 

Meade, ft,lliamJ.,Jr-379 

M. ad..|-, Coyl A. 

M.ador-. James L, 

Mead..r, Shirley J. 

M., I.I, .,-•-, Larry S. 

Meadow-, Paul D. 

M,ad..w- sheila R 

M.ad..,,-. fern L. 

Me.,n,, laye A 



Me. 



Me.lbur^, lill M 

Mcl.all, Paln.iaE 

M,,l,,o.-. l.-'lyn 29O„120.478 

Me. II, ft. II, am A 

M. dlec Jelfrey R. 

Medle, lelfrey L 307.311,478 

Medle,, ftjharn K, 508 

Medio,, ftandal), 421 

Me , Paul A, 

M, , Ronald W, 

Meehan, Deborah B 

Meek, Ella,s. G. 

M.ekhof, Michael R, 323,478 

Mee,a., lla,idM 

Me.uwse, Henry J 

Mefford, David R, 478 

Mefford, Georgia E. 

Mefford. Joy L. 478 

Mefford. Karen S. 

Mefford. Nancy E. 

Megerle, Slephen C. 

Megie. Barbara J. 

Mehaffie. 1 jlhy L. 

Mehok. Laura A. 

Mehok. Paul T 



Meier. Gngory 1., 31.1.422 
M.io.r Carol S (78 
Mcner. Meh-a 
Me.n/e, Mark \ 
Mei-,nlieimer yi„e M 
lleiienfieimer. Jolin .111 
Melius Paul A. 
Mellelte. Richard D. 422 
Melloan. David L. 



vk \n 



,.l. II 



I 353.508 



I 

, f 178 

- ft , Jr 

478 



M.I, 

M.I. 

Meodeuhall Ilebra L, 

Mendo/a, l)a,,d 

Menifee. I., aim R. 

Men, fee, V ,rg,„,a H. 

Menk. Ih..ma-C 

Ml N s IM 1 Kl iilRM cut l\CIL 293 

Me, 
Me, 

M.i 

Me, 

Mereer. Mark S 122 
Meredith. Ilaniiy L 
Meredilh. Johnny L 
Mergenlhal, Sieve L. 
Menlalt. Lois J. 
Meckel, Alela B. 
Meckel, Juleen M, 
Merh, Slephen N, 57,225 
Memck. Raymond D. 
Mernll, Diana L, 508 
Mernman, Jodie L, 
Mernman. Kennelh D 
Mernll, Carol A 542 
Mernll, Mania 11 508 
Mernll. Pain, ,aj 157 
Merrill, Vicky 1. 
Mer-h, Melanie s ,121 
Mer-.nanii, Margarel R 
Me-,.,, Can 1. 
Me-ser, I.erlrude M. 

MESSIAH' 96 
Me--m, r Kolsrl M. 5118 



III 



. M 



M 



Me, 

M.I 
M. I. 

Mel.aJl J..-e,.l. 

Melcall, Leo J 

Metcalfe, Donna G, 

Melcalfe, Jackie L 

.Mettock. Laura A, 542 

Meurer. John I 

Meyer, AnOonelte L 292,308 

Meyer, Joyce H. 

Meyers, Charles D, 

Meyers, Lvn 349 

lleyerj, Thomai 130 

Michael. Eddie ft. 339.478 

Michaek James R, 359 

Miehek Dale E 

Abihels Phd,p I 

M,. k.,,,, , ..„,„. \ 11)0,301,347 

M., k- , -,.,. I 

Mi.l.l.l.. I,.,., I 178 

Mid.l. „ \„al.l II 115.508 

M,dde„. Lei. K jr 31,1 

,Midd,-n, l.,,u.-E 31,1 

M.ddlebn,ok, Enc ft 

Middlelon, Anna M 

Middlel,,n, Jan, 1 E 219,478 

M,d,llei,.„ J.ll \ 217 

Middle!.. „ MeL.dy I 267 

Muldlei,.,,, s|,.„,„|i 422 

Abel, a,ek, I ,;abelh B. 



\WI„ 



Mike.-ell. Teresa L. 542 
Mikles. Judith L. 542 
Milam, Stanley E. 
Milan, ft'imfred 
Mdar. Melissa M. 
Mdbum, Anita F. 342 
Mtlbum. Ann C. 
Milbum. Carolyn W. 
Milei Alvita V; 
Miles. Carolyn J, B. 
Miles. Charles M. 
Mdes, Francis G. 
Miles James H. 163 
Miles lanice P 
M,l,s |..l,n I 
MM h-|,INh 1J« 
Miley, ll.yerl, k 5118 
MILIIARl 360 307 
MILITARY POLICE 
COMPANY 313 
Miller, Alberl C 
Miller, Angela K. 
Mdler. Ann G. 
Miller. Anthony 225 
Mdler. Anthony M. 
Miller. Audrey J. 
Miller. Barbara E. R. 
MiUer. Beveriy A. 
Miller, aria D. 
Mdler. Carol J. 422 
Mdler. Carol L. 
Mdler. Carole L 457 
Abller. Carolyn Y 422 
Mller. Charles N, 
Miller. Uarence ft. 
\bller. i:vnOiia A. 341.492 
Miller. Cvnlhia J. 478 
Miller. CynOiiaJ- 
Miller. DaniH L 
Mdler. Danny L. 
Miller. Debora R. 
Mdler. Dennis A. 422 
Miller. Edward D. 
Miller. Edward L.Je. 
Miller. Emma K. 
Mdler. Gary D. 508 
Miller. George D. 
Miller. Glenda J. 
Miller, Halhe B, 

Miller, tlerschel P, 199,369.423 
^bller. Howard E, 225 
Miller, Jack D. 423 
Miller. James C. 
Miller, James R. 163 
Miller, Janice R, 



.592 Index and Directory 



gamiHgstimKIIVttinhMuiuuuiflinKi w 



Mill 



508 



U.//.r, (,rf, 15.1 
Mill. r. liirrUnM 
Mill.r. |.,hn V 
Mill.r, l.ihrmv R. 
M.ll.r. Kjt.-nll. 180,542 
Mill.r, Kjlhy J 
Mill.T, 1 .11,1 s r,K 
Mill.'i. 1 illi. K 
Mill.r, I 1111I.1 k 157 
Millir, I.I 



Mill 



iiidj I 



Mill.r, Mar. Id II. .12:1 

Millir, Mjrllij 1. .116.512 

Mill. I. M. Iiiiiij I. 

Mill.r Mit.hrllE. 313 



>ille D, 
J M. 



Mill, r, Pjmi-li A. 353 

Mill, r, fdni.la E. 5118 

Mill.r, Pliilip K 

Millir, Philip ft 

Millir, R,inii.nj V. ,5-t2 

Mill.r, Klmniia k 478 

Mill.r, K..I.1 rl II 5118 

Millir, R,.l»rl J , Ir 379,542 

Mill.r, Kiibr-rl ft. 

Mill, r, Kiiniial S. 

Mill.r, Ro«N, 213,313.478 

Mill.r, Roy ll.,Jr 

Mill. r. sjiidra S. 

Mill.r, Sharon C 



Mill.r, Vircl K 

\hll.r, V 1,101, K 

Mill.,, ftjiiilaj 123 

Mill.r, ftanila | 5I1II 

Mill.-r, ftaii.la M ft 

Mill.T. Harh.l.l B |r 
Millikrii.l.l.'iin A 



Mink, Cln-Kory A, 
Mink, R..l..rl J 
Mink, 1 .r. KH A 
Minni. k, William K 
Mmni^ Mama V 478 
Minor. Kathi-nnr M. 
Miriolli.llinni^K 
Mini, r, lam M 
Minlir, luiv A 
Minl,in,J.rr, I. 
NUnl.,ri, Sliphen W. 
Mirark, Danny T. 
Miraclr?, David N. 
Miraclr-. Dlann L, 
Miracli:. Eddy P, 
Miraclr.Jiffrey L 
Mira[le.J.rry W, 
Mcacic kan-n k. 423 
Miraili.. Rfida M 
Mirailt, lommif I, 
Minis lla.iil M 5118 



Ml.. I 



mas A 



MilK 



jM 



Milk Harl.a 

Mills, I arr.ill II 

Mills |larr.ll H 51,1 

Mills llrbhir I. 

Mills ILhorahd 

Mills tduar E. 

Mills tlirabrlh A, 543 

Mills I if raid D. 

Mills |.»- T. 

Mills i .-r-O. 

Mills Mary R 

Mills Michael A. 423 

Mill,, Mnhai-I B. 

Mills Rokrl 0, 543 

Mills Sherry V, 



Mill 



sie,Jr 



Mims llail S 2I7,,508 
Minis Ku-s^ll R 
Miiiih, I. .Ills ft. 
Mmeiirla, Rl, ardo R 



,.,.- Ih R 

MIsM.AMKRM-AI.EANT 1(12 

Ml.ss EBUNV PAIJEANI' 100 

Missbuechler. Knrd L. 

Milchell, Alice M. 543 

Milchell, Am W. 

Mllrhell. Charles R. 508 

MItrhrll. Edna E, 

Milchell, Florence 

Milchell, James E, 

Milchell. James R, 

Milchell, kalhleen J, 508 

Mitchell, keyin C 264,375,508 

Milchell. Larry 543 

Milchell. Mark S. 

Mitchell. Mary A 

Mitchell. Mary J 478 

Mjichell, Neil J 

Milchell, Patrick M. 261 

Mitchell, Ronald ft 

Mitchell, Slanlev 1 225 

Mitchell, Su<an B. 

Mitchell, Wanda L. 

Milchell, Warren B. 543 

Mitchum, Lawrence D. 

Mize, John M. 478 

Moak, Steve C, 37<l.508 

Moberly. Charles C 

Moberlv. Rebecca S. 

Moberly. Robert C. 

Moberly. Susan A. 

Moberly. Thomas B,, Jr 

Moberly. Wilson K. 

Mobley. Dale L, 

Mobley. Glenda C. 

Mobley. James S. 

Mobley. Modena C, 

Mobley, Richard W. 

Mock, Slan 260 

Mockbee. Jennifers, 

Moeller. Ellen S, 349,508 

Moert. Lonnie J, 

Moffell, Charles D, 543 

Moffett. Charles W, 

Morielt. Robert M. 260,261,377 

Moffett, Tony A. 

Mohammadi. Seyed B. 

Mohan. Clyde T. 



Mohan, Judy P 
Mohanty. Annya2l9 
Moher. Richarri K, 543 
Mohn, Everett E, 
Mohr, Lois M, S, 
Mollenkopf. .Susan A, 275 
Molohon. Charles K.. Jr 
Moriaghan. Debra P. 351.423 
Monbeck, Lucinda M, 478 
Mondrafion, Crecencio 
Monhe.mer Kelly K 



lis. II, 



Monnin. Virky L 
Monroe. Judith A. 215,423 
Monroe, Scoll K. 543 
Montgomery, Belly J 
Montgomery. Carolyn A 
Montgomery. Debbie S, 
Montgomery, Ella J. 423 
Montgomery, Jeivell H, 
Montgomery. John P. 
Montgomery. Karen D. 457 
Montgomery. KaUirnne 
Montgomery, Marianne 
Montgomery, Michael J. 
Montgomery, Ronnie W, 5118 
Monlgomery. Samuel L 
Montgomery. Wanda S. 423 
Montoya. Carlos 106 
Moody. Arthur L. 
Moody. Brenda R. 
Moody. Charles E. 543 
Moody. Owen O- 
Moody. Ray A. 
Moody. Vickie R, 508 
Moon. Rory 225 
Moon. Vicki L 217.478 
Mooney. Joseph E. 543 
Moore. Amy A, 219,423 
Moore, Barbara S, 
Moore, Beverly A, 
Moore, Brenda S, 
Moon*, Charles A, 
Moore, Chariolle W 
Moore, Christine S, 
Moore, Colleen C. 513 
Moore. Dana 1. 543 
Moore. David E, 
Moore, David E, 
Moore. Deborah J, 3.39 
Moore. Deborah L, 
Moore, Debra J. 
, Dennis L. 



Mo, 



■e. Dia 



. Don R. 
Moore. Donna J, 330,347,4711 
Moore, Jack A. 
Moore, James E 
Moore, Jerry ^ 
Moore, Jesse k. 
Moore, Jimmy W, 
Moore, Joan E 543 
Moore, John S 543 
M.Kire, Johnny B 
Miiiire, Joseph M, 
Moore, kathy C. 423 
Moore, kenneth R. 




Winter provides fun filled days of snowball fights in the ravine. 



M.„.re. Maria K 
M,...rc, Mirsha k 544 
M,...re. Maun.c E 



, N.,i 



rnanR 
i,la A. 



M,>.,i 

M 

Moore, Randy L 
M,iore, Revel W, 
Moore, Rhonda L, K 423 
Moore, Richard C, 377 
Moore, Robert F. 373 
MiKire, Ronnie S, 



, Shai 



1 N, 



e. Sherry C, 308,309,423 
e, Tayl.ir 11 325,478 
e, leresa I., 457 
c, liiniilhy L 



, Alai 



Moores l>c,l T. 
Moores, Debra L. 
Moores. Patsy A. 
Moores. Vicki A. S. 
Moorhead, Janel J. 219,320,423 
Mooser, Michael D. 
Moradian, All A. 292 
Morefield. Darrcll R, 
Morehead. Gary L, 
Morehous. Lee A, 478 
Moreland, Brad U, 
Moreland, Charles F 
Moreland, Jim II. 151 
Moreland, John B. 331,369,508 
Moreland. Lisa A 
Mi.n-land. Melvin P 
Moreland, Michael L 
Moreman, Jell 357 

los A 423 



Mo, 

Moi 

Morgan, ArmildaS. 478 

Moruan. Arthur E 

Morgan. Bethany A. 

Morgan. Billy R. 

Ml, wan. Billye C. 

Morgan. Carl M. 

Morgan, llavidS 

Moniaii, Deborah S 

Morgan, Elizabeth A, 349 

Morgan, Geneva 

Morgan. Howard R.. Sr. 

Morgan. John 0.. Jr 

Morgan, kalhleen A. 353.5011 

Moraan. Lana G. 

Morgan. Larry W. 

Morgan. Michael 

Morgan. N, Ruby 

Morgan. Phil G 

Morgan. Phillip D, 508 

Morgan, R.idenck D, 

Morgan, Sharon E, 

Morgan. Teresa L. 

Morgan. Venila C. 423 

Morgan. William R. 

Momini. John W, 478 

Morrelt, Brian L. 248,508 

Morns Brenda S. 

Morns, IJiarles A 

Moms, l.urlis k 

Morns llebbie tO 

Morns, llerinisL 

Morn,s Diana J, 339.353.375.51 

Moms. Diane S. 544 

Morns. Donald C, 244 

Moms. Donna R, 544 

Moms. Elisha 

Morns, Frances J 

Morns. George R. 

Morns, Georgene R. 

Moms. James L.. Jr. 

Mo^^^ Joann J. 

Moms. Linda D. 423 

Morns, Lynne M. 267 

Morns, Marcia B, 339,373 



Morr 



, Marc 



Morns, Richard R, 478 
Morns,Ricky H. 309,478 
Moms, Stewart L. 478 



s Sylvia J. 544 
, Wain M, 



Moms. Wayne V, 

Mornson. Cathenne A, 214,329.508 

Mornson. Charles Q, 220.297.309.478 

Momson. Craig 0. 490 

Mornson. Dennis L- 

Momson. Drlnda R, 544 

Mornson. Mark E, 423 

Momson, Robert F, 423 

Morrow. M, Ka, 



Morrow. M, Kay 

Morrow. Michelle D. 323.51 



Morr 



. Tbom 



508 



Morion. Debra J, 
Morton. Donna H, 
Morton. Herbert L, 
Morton, Kent H, 
Morion, Phyllis A, 544 
Morion, Stephen T. 
Morton, Thomas S. 218 
Mosby. Faye W. 214.308.5 
Moscoe. Kathleen L, 
Moseley. BOlie R, 
Moser, Henry C, II 
Moser, Judy 
Moser, kalhleen E. 544 
Moser, Laura L, 
Moser. Lynn R, 345 
Moser, Mary J, 
Moser, Rebecca S. 423 
Moser, Robert M.. II 



Moser, Shirley 11 

Moses Oirisiopl.er E 508 

M,,sl,r,, |„ 



M.,sl„ 



Wall,' 



M„sl..,.Ji„ 
Moslev. Rubin L, 
Muss, Brenda M, 423 
M.iss, Uelib.' J 
M.,ssJa„iesP.,Jr423 
M.i-s \.i,„ y A. 304.544 
M,.ss, Pjiri,ia A, ,544 
Moss, r, Pamela J. R. 
M,.-srr, |,rry L, 
Mossoiii, Jennifer A, 

Moss, lionaldP, 

Moll, Jeannine S, 290.544 
Moubray. lions M, 
Moughan.Jai 



Mo, 



.Willi] 



Mounljoy. Judith A. H. 
Mounts. Johnny D, 
Wounlr. f;d.el2l3 
Mounlz, Manlyn J. 544 
Mountz. Monlford. M, 
Mouser, John A,. Jr. 530 
Mouyeos. Thomas W. 
Mowery. Danny L. 
Mowery, Richard M, 
Moyer. Paul R, 508 
Moyer, Skip A. 



Mo. 



■, Ste, 



Mozee, George E. 

Mozeleski, Gary k, 

Mudd. Angela H 

Miidd. Jellrey T. 177,478 

Mudd, Judy L, 508 

Mudd, Palnria A. 339,462 

Mueller, Bnire II, 

Mueller, Mama A 267,269,5118 

Mil. lie,. Il,,l,rl A 245,216,377 

Moeller, s, oil I. 

M,iir M,,r> I, 339,377 

M„l, al,ev, \Iar^ A 544 

ll„l..,6., H„b 235 

M„l, jl,i, lljvid M, 

Mul.ahv. Iniilv \. 351,545 

Miilcahy, Robbie l„ 

Mullen, Constance L. 423 

Mullen, kevin P. 478 

Mullen. Mary D, 545 

Mullen, Pamela E. 457 

Mullen, Patricia G. 

Mullikin, Linda C 

Mullineaun, Marilu 

Miillins. Amia B 

Mulhns. Betty J. 

MullinsCarl L 

Mullins llavid L 

Mullins lions C. 

Mullms Gerald W. 

Mulhns Crdor, 

Mulhns Jerry R ,Jr 508 

Mulhns John M. 

Mulhns Judy A. 

Mulhii-s kenneth B. 

Mullms Marly 272 

Mullins Mary A, 508 

Mullms Michelle S, 

Mulluis Paul A. 

Mulhns Paul E »78 

Mullins Polly S 478 

\lullins Troy L 

Mullins iickie R. 545 

Mullis Mary A, 

Mullov, MaunceO. 

Mulvaiiey. llaniel E. 373 

Mulvihill, Sis Mary I, 

Mum h, Sharon L. 305 

Mun,,,', Uebora F 

Muiiiy,Cliarlvn V 

Muiicv. Edith H, 

Muncy, Harold G , Jr 478 

Muncv, Hope M, 
Muncy, Vernon 
Mundy, Eleanor M. 
Mur,dy,Gall E, 
Mundy, Julia A. 
Munlord, Dani J. 

l/uns, Cforgp 168 
Munson, JaneE. 
Munson. Sally J. 341.423 
Munlz, Donna J, 
Mumahan, Benny L 
Murphy. BeLsy C. 
Murphy, Danny A 
Murphy, David G, 
Murphy, llillard G. 
Murphy, llorolhy A. P. 
Miirphi, James M. 286.319,478 
Murphy, John P 
Murphy, J„s,ph r 
Murphy, kasandra L 423 
Murphy, Linda A, 292 
Murphy, Lynn A, 545 
Murphy, Marjone K. 2%.509 
Murphy. Michael U, 314.424 
Murphy. Micheal D. 
Murphy. Paul F. 
Murphy. Stephen G. 
Murphy. Steven L. 509 
Murphy. Susan C. 292.478 
Murphy. Teresa A, 
Murphy. Thomas W. 
.Munay. Douglas A. 424 
.Murray. George W,.Jr, 
Murray. Henry H. 424 
. Irene C 



Mui 



■l/urrov. Krnnelh A. 225 

Murray, Linda R. 

Murray, Madeline R. 

Murray, Peggy B, 

Munay, RobbuiL. 271 

Munay, Susan 424 

Muse. Ricky L 

Museek. David 371 

Music. Sally A. 292,478 

Musick. Farrell D. 

Musick, Frederick D, 

Musnuff, Donald F, 424 

Musscr. Collelte M. 

Mussman. Michael W, 25 1 

Muth. Mary L. 

Myers. Belly B, 215,219.221,424 

Myeri, Brace A, 424 



Index and Directory 593 



Myens EdiCh L. 377,509 
Myers, EmesI N. 
Myrrs, Joan L. 
Mytts, Kenl E. 545 
Mytrs, ^^al H. 478 
Mifni,SallvJ. 
Myers, Scoll D. 424 
Mveis, Stanley E. 
MyeiN Sleven D, 
.Myers, Teresa K. L 
Myford, L 
Myhre, Te_ _. 
Mynatt, CaJvin D. 
Mynall, Georgiana S. 317 

-N- 

Naden. Shardad 
\ailing, Gralin 0. 
Nalbone, Sleven J. 367,424 
Nance, James E., Ill 
Nance, Roberl A. 
Nankivell, Frank A. 369 
.NanIZ, Hobarl J. 
Napier, Bobbie J. 509 
Napier, Charles M. 
Napier, Deborah L 
Napier, Jeffery 
Napier, Uramious, Jr. 
Napier. Vickie C 
Napier. William E. 
Napojilanl. Laurie 545 
Napper. Slewarl L 375 
Nard, Jo.\nn 161 
Nash, Deborah K. 
Nash, Jeffrey L 
Nassida, Frank B. 
Nassida, Frank R. 
Nabons, Valene 554 
Nau, Marlha J. 
Naulargar. Sming 292,545 
Naylor. Lisa A. 545 
Neace. Jo Delia 
Neal, David S. 
Neal. Diane C. 509 
Neal, Donald W. 
Neal, Drexel T. 
Neal, Frederick E. 
Neal, Mana R. 
NeaL Scoll 179 
Neal. Wayne M 
Nea-e, i;ret!orv |1 
V,|., s|„|l„ * 



O'Bn 



nUai 



Newlon, Dickie G 5U9 



Nei 



, Rene 



Neeley, Belty J. 

Neeley. James R. 

Neeley, Philip D. 

Neely, JocehnM, 339 

Neenan. Cmdy R. 

Neff. Lenora L 

Neff. Rebecca R. 216,317,509 

Neff. RiinaJd A. 

Neikirk, Ella J. 

Neikirk. Joseph F- 178 

Nellipowilz, David T. 

.Ve/son, Charier 169 

Nelson. E Mane 

Nelson. EmesI R. 545 

Nelson, Galen R. 

Nelson.James A. 225 

Nelson. Jennifer B. 545 

Nelson. Jerry M. 509 

Nelson. John A. 

Nelson, John P. 

.Nelson. Linda J. 267,269.545 

NeLson, Lucie J. 

Nelson, Man J A. 

Nelson. Rebecca P. 

Nelson. Shirlev A. 

Nelson. Susan R. 215,325,329,331. 
479 

Nelson, Waller E. 425 

Nelson. Wilham K. 425 

Nemelh. Agnes M. 457 

Nerone. Sister Man M. 

Nesrala. Nestor M. 

Nesrala, Ricardo 545 

Nelhery, Freda A, 214,457 

Nethcry. Stephen R. 

Nettle. PaulD. 

Neuber. Keith A. 

Neuber. Nancy G 

Neukranm. Richard K. 

Neumann. Ann M. 545 

Nevels. Alice M. 215 

Nevins, Douflas E 

New. Cecil L. 

Nevslxrry. Charles L. 

Newberry. Lvnne K 

Newbv. Claude A 

Newbv, Julia L 

Newby. Phylli,. A. 545 

Newcom, Lucinda S. 301,377.479 

Newcomb, Cheryl L. C. 

Newcomb, Phyllis K. 260,296 

Newkirk. Michael P. 

Newland, Deborah G. W. 

Newland. Timothy J. 509 

Newman. Anlhony 

Newman. Bruce W. 

Newman. Deborah L. 

Newman. Delberl W 215.479 

Newman. Gary N 

Newman. Hillard 

Newman, JamesT 

Newman, Joanne 

Newman, Urrv W. 

Newman, Robbin D. 

Newman, Wdliam C. Jr. 

Newporl, Edwin R. 

Newport, Fonda J 
Newsom, Barry K. 
Newsom. Goebel W. 
Newsom, Janice A. 479 

Newsome, Anlhony L 
Newsome, Anlhony W. 
, Don R, 545 



.New 



•■ D 37 



New 



me. Lai 



. Rebecca S 425 



Newton, James D. 313 

Newton. John T, 

Newton. Kenneth M. 

Newlon. Mark A. 

Newton, Rebecca G. 509 

Newton, Robert J. 

Newlon, Teresa C. 

Newlon, WJIiam R. 257.369,479 

Ney, MaiKarel C. 

Nianouns, Van C. 369,509 

Niceley, Marlha L. 

Nichols, Conslance B. 292 

Nichols, Eugene D.. Jr. 

Nichols, John H, 

Nichols. Larry S. 

Nichols, Ruth J 

Nicholson, Pamela 

NiehoLson, Timolbv L 

NickeL Lmda R. B. 

Nickel, Roberl E. 

Nickell, David E. 

Niekell. Linda C. 

Niekell. Nancv J 

Ni.keli, Thomas L. 

Nn klc, K.£in,i U 

Ni.,,|a. l.lijr I J92,3I4 

Ni...l.l Jijii II 2112.263,425 

Ni.uuhri Kjon t 341,545 

Nienaber, Mary A 

Nierengarten, Donald 

Nigoff, Lowell R. 

Nimsin. Panta 560 

Niner. Keilh W. 

Nipp. Winifred L. 

Nirrengarlen. John M. 

Nukanen. Keith .A. 

Nixon. Calherme A- K. 

Nixon, KalhrvnJ. 509 

Noble, BrendaJ S. 

Noble. Dale 

Noble. Eliza T 

Noble, G. Irene 

Noble. Joy 545 

Noble, Judy L. 

Noble, Nelson S. 

Noble. Norma T. 

Noble Roberl C. 

Noble, Wanda 1 

Nobles, Mil, hell L 

Noel drnhii K JJIl 

\ue, Gari s 179 

Noe. Linda K, P 

Noe. Paulelte F. 

Noe, Phyllis M. 425 

Noe, Shelby B. 

Noe, Sue B. 

Noe, Vicki L. 

Noel, Ann M 479 

NoeL Kann S ,5I1'1 

Noel. Linda I 300.31)1 

Noel. Mary M, C 

Nolan. Diana 

Nolan, Holly J H. 

Nolan, Lawrence R. 

Nolan, Pamela L. 

Nolan, William A. 

Noland, Cvnlhia A. 509 

Noland, Joel S. 

Noland, Joy L. C. 479 

.Noland. Nancy M 324425 

Nooe. Anne W. 

Nooning, Man an 509 

Nord, Rebecca L. 

Norfleel, Larry D 

Norneel. Richard H 

Norman. Phil H 

Norman. Ray A 

.Noms. Charles B 

Noms, David W 

Norns, Debra S. 

Norns, Gerald B. 

Noms, Jo Ann 

Noms, Nancy L. 

Norns, Reed B, 

Norns, Virginia A. 457 

Norlhcull, Dannv K. 509 

Norlhlnglon. Craig M. 

Norton, Eddie T.. Ill 

Norton. Marshall E. 

Norton. Marv A. 

Norton, Sally R 

Norton, William J. 

Noryell. Amelia R, 

Norvell. Thomas N. 315.425 

Norwood. Gerard L. 

Nosrali. Asehar B. 

Noioickt .We 147 

Nowhn. Lloyd E. 

Noyes. Jeffrey R. 33 1.357.509 

Nuckols. Sarah G. 

Nunley, Roberl L, Jr 

Nunn, Billee F. 

Nunn, Frankle L 357,425 

Nunn, Krnnelh C. 509 

Nunn. Robin J. 

Nunn, Sheme L. 457 

Nunnelley. Dwighl V- 

Nullall, Brandon C 425 

Nulter. Keith L. 509 

Nyerges, Helen P. 





Oakes, Dorothy C. 

Oakes, Man E-510 

Oaks, Dana K. 509 

Oaks. Mary E. 

OatLs. Judy L. 296 

Obanion, Leesa K. 546 

Ober. Patricia M. 286.310.523 

Oberschmidl, Nancy M 296.510 

O'Bnen. JohnP, 

O'Bnen. John W. 425 

O'Brien. Kenneth 0. 225 

O'Bnen. Kevm R. 510 

O'Bryan, Bernard B. 286 

O'Bryant, EmesI E. 



O'Bryan I, Mark A. 
ObsL Denis L. 
Ochsenbein, Mark H. 510 
Ockerman, Glenda S. 
Ockennan, Steve W 
O'Connor. David F. 
O'Connor, Thomas E. 
OcuU. Anita J. 
O'Daniel, David S. 
O'Danlcl, Faye H. 
Odell, Randall T. 
Oden. Micheal L. 
Odlema, Candace M. 
Odle, Bonnie M. 
Odom, Gary L. 
O'Donnell. Catherine 320,425 
O'Donnell, Nelson E. 
Odowd, Kathleen C. 
Oduin. Sallie C. 
Odum, Waller 165 
Oerlher, David V, 
Ogbom. Roberl L. 
Ogden, Diana M. 457 
Ogden, Frednek 1 56 
Ogisi, JubeO. 188 

Ogle, Glenn D. 

Ogle, Larry F. 

Ogulu, Cathenne B. 

Ogulu. Promise E. 510 

Heam. Charles M. 

Ohntrup, Teresa K. 351 

O'Keefe, JohnC. 311 

Okleshen. Manlvn J 

Olds, Cheryl H. 516 

OldsSondraJ. A 

Olds, William M 

O'Leary, David E. 425 

Olin, Brace W 331,354,479 

Oliver, Billy L. 

OLver, Bobby D. 

Oliver. Constance J. 457 

Oliver, Diana L 217 

Oliver, Dons A. 

Oliver, John N.Jr 

Oliver, KellvR. 295.510 

Obver. Larrv H. 546 

Obver, Louis W. 

Oliver, Mark L. 

Oliver, Michael L. 241 

Oliver. PalnciaS. 317 

Oliver, Ricky L. 

Oliver, Slanley R. 

OUer. Teresa M. 

Olsen, Jeanne L, 

Olsen, Peter L. 

Olvey, George E. 

Omans, Lillianne J, 546 

OMEGA PSI PHI 364 

Omer, John R. 

O'Nan, John E. 

O'Nan- Linda S. 546 

Onan, Marcella 396 

Onan, Marv F. 267 

O'Neil, Robbie R. 

Oney, Gerald L. 479 

Ontko, Glona A. 

Orange. Larrv F. 

~ . Michael T. 



Ore 



, Tho: 



Orleck. Janice L. 
Orlect Richard J. 
Orman, Donna E. 219.321 
. Mark A. 



Orr 



, Willia 



iT. 



Ormes, Joseph G. 

Orraes, Karen D. 320,321 

Orr, Daria K- 245 

Orr, Harrison R. 375.510 

Orwm, Donald B. 

Otom. Donna K. 

Osbom, Kalhv A. 479 

Osborne. Anlhony P. 

Osborne, Brenda K. 

Osborne, Cathy 

Osborne, Chip 335 

Osborne, Donna 349 

Osborne. Helen T. 479 

Osborne, Joanne 

Osborne. John L. 

Osbome. John W. 

Osbome, Leonard S. 

Osbome. Mary M. 

Osbome. Michael W, 

Osbome, Roy P 371 

Osbome, Sandra G. R. 

Oschwald, Don E. 

Osland, Kim R, 345 

Osley, AnnaP. 510 

Osley, Rosa M. 546 

Osier, Jefferv M. 371 

OslwaU, Deborah J. 

Ostwall. Melinda A. 213 

O'Tero. Raymond 189 

Otis. John A 

Ott. Jacky A. 546 

Ott. Richard M. 290 

OtU William. Jr 

Olten, Jane L 219 

Oiler, Edilh V. 

OueUette. Eugene C. 

Ousley, Danny L. 

Ousley, Delberl 

Ousley, Greeley D. 

OveralL Dana C. 510 

Overbay, Delendia K. 310 

Overbay, Effie J. 

Overbee, Sandra K. S. 221.377.479 

Overiy, Charles E. 510 

Overmiller, James M. 377 

Ovenniller. Mary L. 341.377 

Owen. Herbert N. 

Owen, Kennelh D. 

Owen, Lundon T. 

Owen. Marlene F. 

Owen, Richard T. 220.309.479 

Owen. Slephen L. 

Owen, Wdliam H. 




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tree. 



Owens, John K. 
Owens, Julia B. 560 
Owens, KaienSlO 



Ow 



n361 



Ow 



sClar 



Owens, Deobrah J. 
Owens, EmesI K. 
Owens. Frances R. 
Owens, Jackie L, 



Owens, Larrv B. 
Owens, Monte H. 
Owens. Paula L. 317 
Owens, Ronnie K, 
Owens, Steven V. 
Owen^ Terry L. 
Owings. Wdliam R. 314,369 
Owsley, John E. 
Oyer. Michael T. 



Pabian, Barbara J, 546 

Pace, Brenda G, 

Pace. Denny A. 

Pace, John D. 

Pace, Larry R. 

Pace, Leah A. 

Pace. Tommy 

Pacey. Wdham E. 510 

Pack, Don A. 

Pack. Edith M, 

Pack, Gail H. 

Pack, Hubert N 

Pack, Janet 1,269,318,479 

Pack, Kalhy I.. 

Pack. Larry J 

Pack. Vickie L. 546 

Packowski, Patricia A, 

Padan, Georgette 546 

Padgett, Connie L. 

Page, Beltve J, 

Page, Charles E. 

Page, Hubert M„ Jr. 

Page, James E. 

Page, William E.,Jr, 546 

Paige, Gregory W, 

Paine, Robert A. 449 

Painter, Patricia S. 

Pailsel, Sleven D. 

Palahunich, Jennifer 480 

Palen, Kennelh G. 

Paleologos, Stacy 449 

Palm, Beth A, E. 480 

Palm. James R 

Palm. Jeffrey 367 

Palm. Melody L 2911 

Palmer. Bradley N 

Palmer. Carl M, 

Palmer. Janice E. 

Palmer. Kathleen M 

Palraquisl. Kevin J 

Panayoloff. Janel V 

PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 336 

Papania. Jeffrey A 

Papp. Alexander R. 

Pappas. Nicholas H. 

Park, Hwang W. 449 



Park. Karl S. 

Park, Mary K. 546 

Park, Susan K 546 

Park, Waller L 

Parke. David B 

Parke. Larry M 

Parker. Anna L 

Parker. Auldon B., II 

Parker. Brenda D 

Parker. Danny L- 

Parker. Deborah C, 

Parker, Debra J- 546 

Parker. Diana K 

Parker. Fred N 

Parker. James K. 

Parker. James S 546 

Parker. Katharine F, 

Parker. Lmda A. 480 

Parker. Lisa D. 

Parker, Michael L. 

Parker, Molly J 304.510 

Parker, PhvUis M. 

Parker. ThelmaD- 511 

Parkins. Beverly J 291.457 

Parks. Barbara L- 

Parks. Cheryl F, 

Parks. Connie G. 

Parks. Dolores R 

Parks. Donald W 

Parks. Eugene R 

Parks. Gerald L. 449 

Parks, James C. 

Parks, Jeffrey J. 371,480 

Parks, Juran D, 

Parks, Rebecca A, 339,462 

Parks, Russell F. 

Parks. Shelagh G 

Parks. Teddy D. 480 

Parks. Thomas E 225 

Parks. Timothy L 

Parman. Robert J- 

Parmlev. Norma L B 

Parrell. Teresa A 

Parris. Ellen L- 

Parris. Sharon D. 

Parrish. Constance J. 345.377 

Parrish, Dale M. 426 

Parrish. Laura L 

Pamsh. Leslie D 

Parrott, Ernest W. 426 

Parroll, Linda G 

PaiTOlcTeresaC. 291,511,546 

Parson, Gerald .A. 

Pareons, Amanda C. 480 

Parsons, Carter L 

Parsons, Clifford R- 

Parsons, Donald E 

Parsons, Jeannme M. 480 

Parsons, John D- 511 

Parsons, John H. 426 

Parsons, Kenneth L- 

Parsons, KimberleeJ. 301,349 



594 Index and Directory 



P,,r~o„s Uv.„n„ 
P.,rlm, t.rl.-.u- 
Pa.t.nJa.kKJ' 
Parlin. James 
Pjrtiii, Koi 
Pjrllow.-. 
PdrtndRc, _. 
Pascal, Artliur I.. 313 
Paslcv.Kulli A. 

Pak tdwaiil M, 546 
Pal.1, Praiii.kuiiiat I 4 
l'„u„k. llfrfJ 180 
Pain, k VrnoldR. 
I'alruk, Bill\ »', 



I'aln.k, llc-nnisR 
Paln.k.Jatkii- A. 
Palnrk, l.arrv L. 426 
Palm k. Marearel R. 480 
Palnrk, Paln.ia E. 546 
Palnrk, Pavni-R. 377 
Palnrk, Shrrci M, 
Palntk, ,-iti-vcn R 
Palnik, \ivianS- 426 
Patrick, ftilliamH, 
Palniiii. Srova L 426 
Pallrn, Manila E. 
Paltrrsriii, Hobbv W 51 1 



\ C 



PallrrM.n. Monica A 3HI„54li 
Pallrr-oii, Raclid P 540 
Pallcr-.,ii, Kavmond R JJIl.tBi 
Pallrrviii, Robcrl » 
PaltrrMm rim H 21111,218,426 
Pallcr-uii, William U 546 
Pallisoii, Slaiilcv E 428 
Pall.in, Carl C, ' 
Pall<.n,Charli-sG 
PattmMoiinieJ, 



PaMoii, Naiicv C. 
Panoii,Oli!.L, 
Pallon. Palnria A, 480 
Palton, PalrlciaJ- 
Pallon. PaulRSll 
Pallon, Rebecca 546 
Paulin. Cheryl 1, 428 
Paulin, Donald A 449 
Paiillev. Gar> E. 
Paulson, Allan T, 428 
PAll.SON, PAT 104 

. Ilara A, 320,511 



Pa-lir 



rcn M, 



«l.i , Wa 
PaMir, Charles A, 
Paiiic.ClinslvL, 
Painr, [lanielD,457 
PaMie, David E, 
Pa%nc, Drums M. 
Pawir, Jr.lin H, 
Pa\ne,J,.srphO,217 
Pa>nr,JullannaM, 
PaMir, Karen G, 
Pa>nr,Kalhr>nJ, 
Pavnr, Lcsler D, 
Pavne, Rebecca L. 428 
Payne, Roberl A. 225 
Payne. Roberl L 
Pavne, Rose M 546 
PaMicWilma R 
Pasnler. i:her\l L 212,546 
Pavnler Mirhael B 
PaHonleland 
Pavlon, William E, 
Praie, Ilia K .5 Hi 



Prakr, Edilli .112, -ill 
Pearce, Amelia!. 
Pearce, Brenda .S. 305.511 
, Cecilia D. 



Peal 



,J"i 



Pearman, Glenda F 428 
Pearson. Norman A. 257,480 
Pearson, Wayne 
Pearson. Willard J. 
Pease, Maryjo G. 546 
Pea.ler, DarrellG, 511 
Peck, Cindy A. 511 
,. MaryM 



i«k. Sle 



enG 



Peczka, Daniel J 
Peddicord. John A, 
Peddicord, Mary B 
Pedraza, George 
Peeble-, Joanna 216,317 



Peelel 
Peerc 



Charles A, 



„ Delores A, 
Peery , Daniel C 546 
PeeCChrislineM, 
Peine, Pa6ick A, 
Pelfrey. Barbara L. 
Pelfrey. Dallas L, 480 
Pelley. Donna F. 
Pellv. Donald E. 
Pellv. Phyllis C B 
Pells. Walh. R 
Pelphres.Paul L 511 
Pelphres. leresa R 546 
Pellier. Joyce E. 
Pembcrlon. Mary L. 
Pena. Richard L. 
Pena, Slephany L. 
Pence, Bradley W, 
Pence, Maijarel E. 546 
Pence, , Stephen B 288 
Pence, .Susan H 
Pence, Teresa A 546 
Pendergrass, Jean M, 546 
Pendleton. Donald L, 
Pendlelon. Thomas P. 
Penick.JoanM 
Penislon. Lloyd ». 371,428 
Penn, Roberl A 
Pennell. Robert W 
Penner.DuaneT 
Penmngton, AnnJ, 
Pennington. Brenda K. 



Pennington. Ernie 252 
Pennington, Hugh K, 
Pennington, James W 
Pennington, Pamela P 314,428 
PeniimBlon, Phea B, 



iiiElo 



, I'm 



Pennock, Jayne 1 

Penny, Lmnelle S, 320,345,480 

Peiiyln. Jerome R, 

Pepper. Robert E, 

Perazzo, Suzanne E, 345,428 

Perez, Michael E, 

Perez, Rev C, 

Pergrem, Vlarla L, 51 1 

Pergrem, William C, 

Perkin-, David G. 251 

Perkin-, Dennis T 251 

Prrkiii-, Forde 

Perkin,, Fred \ ,r.i|,12H 

Perkiii-, JopM -.11 

Perkins, Marva K 5411 

Perkins, Mirhael E 511 

Perkins, Naiics C 163,304,3211, 

UiH,48ll 
Perkins, tine 
Perkins. Paul F, 
Perkins, Pauletta S. 
Perkins, Peggy A 511 
Perkins. Rhonda T. 480 
Perkins. Robert 0. 
Perkins. Scott 480 
Perkins. Sharon F- 
Perkiiis, TammieS. 511 
Perkins. William R 
Perlow. Michael B 
Perme. l.eanne H 546 
Pern. Debra A 
Perrot. Mary C. 
Perrv.AnnF 
Perry, Charles F, 
Perry, Deborah K, 428 
Perry, Georgette M 377,511 
Perry, Harriet L 

Perry, Hart A 

Perry, James A. 

Perry, Jean C. 

Perry, Mary A. 

Perry, Mary A 

Perry, Patricia C 428 

Perry, Ricky L 371 

Perry, Roberl L. 319 

Perry, Rodney T 480 

Perry, Wendal 

PERSHING RIFLES 311 

Persies, Beverli L 

Persies, Margerel W 

Pesfi, William L 371,511 

Peters, Annetta R 

Peters, James J 480 

Peters, Pamela J 

Peters, Samuel L-,Jr- 

Peters, Suzanne 

Pelers, Teresa L, 511 

Peterson, Bill S, 

Peterson, Bob 179 

Peterson, Esther J 

Peterson, Joseph M 

Peterson, Joseph R 

Peterson, Mary L 

Peterson, Roberl W 341.357 

Peterson. Thomas R 

Petit. Ingeborg G 

Petitt. Gary M. 480 

Petrey, David A 546 

Pelrev, Scena A. 

1 F 323,546 



Pettrt 



, Rebec 



Petty, Ronald K 

Pewlher, MichaelJ.511 

Pfaadt, Richard L. 

Pfister, Andrea H, 457 

Phelps. Beverly A, 

Phelps. Carolyns. 511 

Phelps, John B 

Phelps, Judv T 

Phelp., Kareh S B 

Phelp., Kenneth A 

Phelps Lena L 

Phelp-, Linda L 

Phelps. Ml. hael B 

I'li.lp- Ml, hael F tJH 

I'help,, Palls A 

Phelps, Si, -an M 3211,511 

Phenicie, James D 

Pherson, Jeanne H IHI 

Pill BETA LAMBDA ,118 

Philippe, Lanee E 

Phillips, Amv 1. 511,546 

Phillips, Amv L 

Phillips, AnnM 457 

PhillipN Dai id L 

Phillips, Debra C 546 

PhJlips, Diane L 292,353.511 

Phillips, DinoW 481 

Phillips. Donald T.. II 

Phillips, Donald T, 11 

Phdlips,JamesA 

Phillips, James S 511 

Phillips, Karen S 

Phillips, Kennelh A 

Phillips, Krisli 317 

Phillips, Laura K 341,511 

Phillips, Lee A 481 

Phillips, Leslie D 511 

Phillips, Lon C- 

PhJhps, Maisaret R, 

Phillips, MarvmB.Jr- 

Philllps, Mary A, 

Phdllps, Micheal E- 

Phdllps, Nancy R. 373,481 

Ph,ll,ps.0dell2\S 

Phillips, Pamela S, 

Philhps, Roger B. 

Phillips, Scott D, 

Phdhps, Susan D. 

Phdhps, Teresa A, 

Phillip.s, Thomas D 

Phllpot, Edmond F 

PhJpol, Norma S. W 

PHI DELTA THETA 366 

PHIEPSILGN KAPPA 218 

PHI LPSILONOMICKON 216 

PHI ML 252 

PHIMU ALPHA 217 

Phipps, Jancy P, 



Phipps, Marcella J 
Phipps, Sle.en 1, 
Phipps Van M 
Phi|,p-. Williani H 
I'lliiliicmi'lims HI 

pi'kM'PyM i'ii\ 11.11 
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Pi.l...k L.i...l( 

Piep.r I a.,ra | '. U, 
P.e... llel...,jl, y 



\ M 215,320,429 



P,.r,.i. k,..,l...l. I 
Pi.ln.u.k. ll.,al..ll. 
PIgf, Craigl„51l 
Pigg. Lillian C, 
Pigg, Patricia A, 
Pigg. Sammie E„ Jr. 
Pigman. Carrie E. 
Pigman. Curtis H. 
Pigman, Dwght M. 
Pike, Robert E. 161.311 
Pike, Ronald J, 
Pile, Curtis L, 
Pineur, Johns, 
Ping, Howard L, 
Pingleton, Per 



Pinl 



r<.K 



i,,i, M, 
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l'...l-1..1. SI, 

Pipal,Jdl P, 

Piper, Cnlleen A, L. 

Piper, Gregory E, 

Piper, James A 

Pipes, Howard J 449 

Pir.., Edward C 481,309,312 



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iR 



P.l.,..k l.arri P 
Pillniaii, Ml. hael D 
Pilz, Mephen A 
Pivapana, Somlhida 560 
Plait, Rita G 
Plenz, Debra S 546 
Plummer, Deborah L 329.331.481 
Plummer. E G 
Plummer. James D. 
Plummer. James K 
er.y™ 12 



Plu 



■, Ma 



, 1,. 



Plunkett, Stella A 

Podmore, Gail A 

Poffenberger, Donald 

Pogue, Michael L 429 

Poindexler, Vivian F 342 

Pohlman, Jean 60 

Poling, Roberl D 129 

Poling. Ronald D 

Polk. Mary C 

Pollard. Wendell S 

PoUitt. Deborah S 292.546 

Pollute. Jan P 349 

Pollock, Forrest L 

PoUoci, Roberl W 

Polsgrove, Carol C. 

Polsgrove, Debbye F. 

Polsgrove, Jennie W, 

Polston, Gilbert L. 

Polvtno. Itr, 267 

Ponder, Aline C, 

Ponder, Edith R 

Pool, Violet L. 

Poole, Charles D 547 

Pope, Cheryl L 547 

Pope, David F 

Pope, Gracia A 216,3311,481 

Pope, James M 547 

Pope, Joseph Y. 

Pope, Pamela L 217 

Pope, Waller C. 

Popham, Warren E 

Popham, WaMieJ 

Poppas, Stephen C 

PopplewelLKalh. J K 

Poller, Csnlh.aM 511 

Porter, Can J 547 

Porter, Glen A 

Porter. Glenn W, 

Porter, James M, 

Porter, Janice F. 

Porter, Lily M, 

Porter, Martha M 

Porlwood, Paula R, D 

Posey, Katriria A 560 

Poiey, R. r 152 

Poller, Elizabeth A 481 

Potter, Susana 547 

Potter, Verna M, 

Ports. Edith M, 

Potts, James A, 

Potts, Margaret E 341,547 

Potts, Mary L 

Potts, Randell L. 

Potts, Richard A, 

Polls, Roger L, 

Powell. Alma Y. 

Powell, Bets-y M, 

Powell, David M. 

foi»e«. Dr. I. C. 126 

Powell, Julie A, 

Powell, Julie V, 

Powell, Karen E 

Powell, Lorelta K, 

Powell, Lynn L, 353 

Powell, Mildred C. 

Powell, Nancy E 511 

Powell, Pamela A 

Powell, Pally A, J, 



Powell, S Dianna R 

Powell, Sarah J 

Powell, Shird R ' 

Powell, Ihomas L , Jr 

Powell, Waller E 

Power Rebecca L, 345,547 



. M Jr 547 



Praler, John R 
Prater, Kalhv 429 
Prater, Rondel R- 
Pralher, Billie S 335 
Pralher, Edgar C 547 
Prather, Ernest J. 
Pralher, Hilma S 
Prather, Martha S. 
Prather, Roberta F. 
Prather, William T 
Pratt, Nancy H 
Pralt, William D, II 
Preslev, Billy G 
Presnell, Daniel J- 
Presnell. Glenn 
Preston, Fredda A, 
Preston, Gary D, 
Preston, Geni^e E 



:,Me 



vitt! Pa 



a J ->i: 



, F II 



Pribble, Frank E 
Price, Anna L M 
Price, CalhenneR, 481 
Price, Darlene L, 
Price, David D, 
Price, Delores A- 457 
Price, DestaC- 
Price. Dovie E 
Price. Jackie J 292.481 
Price. Jo Ann 297.481 
/■rite, /ohn /- 21 1,311,51 1 
Price, Marlha ^ 
Price, Richard P 2"" 
Puce, Ro-Jl. a 1 45 
Price, RulhM 321 
Price, Thomas G 
Prichard, Mike D 
Priddy, Marilynn R. 



Pride 



•, WiUia 
l,Mai 



iK 



Pnvelte, Waller R 

Pmrtor, Mall.e 

Prollitl, Marlha J 547 

Prol(ilt,PaulC 429 

Promt. Elmer R. 

PROGRESS 326 

Prueitt, George C, 

Pruilt, Edward K, 

Pruilt, Lee H, 361 

Pruill, Samuel J 

Pry, Susan J. 

Pryor, Lary D 481 

Pry.se, Joe F. 

Puckett, Bobby E- 

Puckett, Glenn 

Puckett, Gwendolyn A 

Puckelt, Hazel A A 

Puckett, JamneE 

Puckett, Jo Lin 

Puckelt, LelaJ 291 

Puckett, Marcia L 547 

Puckett, Stephanie K 214,511 

Puckelt, Virgil T 

Puckelt, Winlred G 481 

Puller, Roger C 377 

Pugh, Beverly E, 

Pugh. Daniel P, 243,547 

Pugh, Jenny L, 

Pugh, Michael 0, 

Pugh, PafficiaJ, 

Pugh, Rebecca A 

Pujda, Janice A 449 

Pulliain, Carol B 429 

Pulham, D»»!hl D 

Pulham,Garv S 517 

Pulham, Lu Ann 511 

Pulliam, Margarel L, 

Pulham, Mark A. 375.547 

PuBiam, Stephen V 

Puma, Cheryl A, 377 



rell, Lo 



aN, 



Purdom. Elmer R.Jr 
Purkins, Vickie L 481 
Push, Stephen C 
Pvle, Gary L 
Pyle\ChervlR. 154 
Pyles. Danij, 
Pvles, Lorna B. A, 
Pvles, Willard C. 
Pslinski, KristmJ 
Pv-her, Franklin W.,Jr 



yuaj. Karen S, 349.429 
gualls, Kathy 
Quails. Vickie A, 547 
guarles, James B, 511 
Quarles. McElrov H, 
yuarles, Sara M. 547 
Ouascm. Setara 
Queen. Sally S, 457 
Queen, Susan J. 
Quick, William 
Quigg, Daniel L, 335,429 
Quill, Gayle J, 



Qu 


lle„,ja,k 


Qu 


lleii,Njdj 1. 1 


Qu 


iilan, Palrick 1 


Qu 


nn. Carta VI 3" 


Qu 




Qu 


nn, Mananii 


Qu 


re, Debra M, 


Qu 


re, Eddie L. 


V" 


re, Joy L, S. 



K 



1 T 37' 



Raabe, Stephc 

Rapp, Karen M, 

Katil..', Al. 

Rabu,n, Paul D 129 

Ka.k, Kallirii. M 512 

Rack,IVugi 1 339,512 

Rader, Barbaras. 512 

Rader, Janet M, 

Rader, Kathleen R, 

Rader, Man J, 

Rader, W, Allen 314,329,33(1,512 

Ragaii,Del,ra 1. 5 111 

Raglaiid, 1 arrs y 

Ragland, R..i t 

Ragle, Jeaiiiir 1 5 111 

Rahbar, Morte/a 

Rahn, Mary K II 

Railcy, Eddie G 

Raines, Judy C 

Rainey, Deborah L 

Rainev, Diane 

Rainey, li ■ F 



Rams, Kalhleei. s 

Rains Vernon M 

RambecPhdlipP 

Raleigh, J C 

Raleigh, Judy F 

Raleigh, Vana S 

Rales, Tern L 

Rail, James B 

Ralston, Jack 361 

Ralston, Jeffrey C 481 

Ralston, John M 

Ralston, Kenneth D 

Ralston, Thomas A 548 

Ramach, Daniel N 

Rambicure, Peggy A 339,462 

Rambo, Susan K 512 

Ramev, Don 1 

Ramev, Jennifer 1, 

Ramev, Terry \ 

Ramev, » illiam M 

Ramirez, Michael F 512 

Ramses, David II 329,357,512 

Ramsdell, JanH 

Ramsey, I, hervl 1. 



,Jame. 



Rai 



Randall Fani.se | 
Randall, Kan 1. 
Randall, Loij.-C 
Randolph, Kasren L 548 
Randolph, Susan G 512 
Ranev,LuieM 429 
Rankin, CheriD 512 
Rankin, Freddie R, 548 
Rankin, Helen K 
Rankin. Howard W, 512 
Rankin. James cm 
Rankin. Linda M 
Rankin. Minnie W 
Rankin. WiUiam T 
Ranschaerl, Betty J. 
Ransdell. Barbara A. 
Ransdell. Charles E, 



Ram 
Ranvi 



m, Rei 
m, Wille 



pE, 512 
1 M 



Raphael, Irs 
Rapp. Dorolhy R 
Rapp. Joseph E.Jr 
Rapp, Joseph G 
Rasbach, Barbara E. 
Rash, Barbara A 
Rasmusson, Kenneth S 
Rasner, Ellis E. 
Rasner, Wade L 
Ratcliff, WiUiam R 429 
Rathbun, Robert W 
Rathgaber, Kurt R 
Ralhff, Barn M 
Rathff, Bulchie D 
Ralhff, David L 
Rathff, Frederick C. 
Ralliff, Gary W 
Rathff, James 
Rathff, KaHa R 548 
Rathff. Larry D. 
Ratliff, Laura R 
Ratliff. Mary A 
Rathff. Richard R 
Ratliff. Rosalvn A 512 
Ralhff. Ruth A 
Rathff, Sidney G 
Ralhff, Teresa L 291,512 
Ralliff, William J 
Ratlerman, Gen A 548 
Ratti. Robert J 
Rattner, Marlha A 
Rau. Steven W, 548 
Raulerson, Terry A 548 
Rausch, Mary J. 
Ravin. Sondra L 
Rawlinga. Gary D. 
Rawlings. Karen S 
Rawl.ngs, Ke.m R. 379 
Rawlings. Rachel E 
Rawlings. Richard A 
Ray. Amon S . Jr 
Ray, David K 512 
Ray, Hazel C, 
Ray, James N, 
Ray, John T 



Index and Directory 595 



Hav.lol.i.i.ifC 
KAV 1.I.J \ 
Rn , Muhjcl S HI 
Kav. Rirhard U. 429 
Rat. R.clurd E. 
Ray, William f 
Ravbijiild.Trd475 
Raibum.Tfrrv D. 

, Daric 111- 548 



Ra)n 



■1, n.-bta I. W. 



nd, Dili.icjh A 3:W 



KrM 



Judt ^ 
Mail K 



Rrddri 

Rfddfri. Cir.n A 

Rrddick. Emm»r J,. II 

Krddv. Ella 1. 

Rrdfiibn. llianrir 1 :|II4.54« 

RrdniBiT, Jo-,pli R I:)I.:17" 



Rrdm 
Redm 



rpha, 
, liniolhi » 



' A S4« 



Ri-ed. Ilainila V ,i4J 
Rfi-d, Uamll V 
Rfrd. Ilrbi.rali A 'lil 
rah L 42^ 



Reed, I 



aid U . 



Reed, Jariel L. 

Rred. SrltiTf I. 

Rred. Jtrry L. 512 

Rf id. ]oi-ll.'ii 429 

Reed. Joliii .-^ i5t 

Reed. J..hii« 

Reed. Lmu, 

Rei-d. Mary I. 

Reed. Maureen t 

Reed. Myra A 

Reed. Palneia J ,tl8.;t4l .S4i( 

Reed. Pin 111. E B. 

Reed. Randolph (; 

Reed. Sharon E 291.549 



Reed. Ihoma.Ll. II 
Reed. » lima I. 
Reed. Volaiide K 549 
-r. Judllh A 



Reedy. Reiha B 



Reea-, Ni, hola- \ 
Ree--.R,.hard E 
Kee». Koberl J ,1, 



Reeye,, Eluabelh ( 



^ VldaR 
V Slephan J 



Rel.kamp lean 
Relikamp. Mary 



K.- 


I.I' 


.U 


K.itln 


K. 


IH, 


II.- 1> 


.>r.ih \ 


K.- 


kI. 


hi.! 


., \1 I, 


K.- 


(d 


tdil 


)i M 


K-- 


1'!. 


Jjrn 


1 . 1- 


K- 


><1 
-d. 






Hr 


Pjul 


J K W 



, Edward H :i(jl.l8l 



Reiiile. Mary L l«l 
Reni.ledler. kalherin 
Rei^ir, KarbaraJ 151 



Renlrii. Dorolhy \ 
Renlro. I.iiida A .5 
Requardl.Judy I. 



Reyrinld. l.hri-Ime E 211.512 
Keyiu.ld.. ( yiilhia I. J5:i.VH! 
Keyn.il.l., lla>ld M 
Reynole-. En, U 
KeMinldv frra \1 H 



ilds Kll 



RrM,..l.l., 
Reynold-, Harold U 



V K 42' 



.olds 



les E 549 



K.M 



loldsja . 

lold., Janel I 291.549 
lolds Jo-eph M 
lold-. Kalhi 1. 
lold-. Mark H <)9,:)IR, l^ 
loM-, Mnhjel B 
lolds, Holterl I 
.Ids Kol.erl 1) 



Ke/yjny, Melirdad 
Rhea \l1rrdaj .11U.J42.5I2 
Rhea, llebra K 519 
Rhea. JameyR :16I 
Rhea. Vera f 512 
Rlieineeker.JoypbR 4BI 
Rhoade,. I.ynlhia J 
Khnade,. Mark t 
Khoads Mi.liael ft 181 
Rhode. Bruce R 
Khodes karen I. 
Rhodes Laurence U 
Rhodes Palsy J. 
Rhodes. Sallv R 
Rhodes, lerry S 
Rhodes VyonneD 512 
Rhodus llonnai; 512 
Rhoduslmoeene 
Rhodus Timolhy 286.519 
Rhodus Vircnnaa 
Rholeii. Reberca A 549 
Rhudy. Sandra S 
Rue.liharlesE 
vj 



Rue. Uayid A 
Rii 



512 



■. Robin I. 

•. Sanlord F .579 

■. .Slella M 



Richards i;laylon L. 
Riehards John E 
Ric hards Judilh A 
Ru hards Karl E 
Ri, hards Mariha V 
Ro hards Palricia R 
R„ hards Peeey \ 
Rirhards >u..an M. 
Rn hard son. Brenda 



Ruhard: 
Richard; 
Richard: 



1. Daron E 



Darnel 375 
RichsrdiOn. Deborah L 
Richardson, Douglas M. 
Richardson. Eric D. 
Richardson. Gary 
Richard.on. Jackie D. 2I4..523 
Richard-on. Jac<luelynSI2 
Rithard.son.JannaS 549 
Richardson. Joe M 
Richard.-on. Joseph E. 
Richard son. Joseph*, 549 
B'-hardson, Karl 225 

■hardson, Keilh D 315,512 
■ ■ Kennelh D. 

Leonard C, 

Marearet 

Roger G, 



Richard,* 
Richard* 
Richard,* 
Richard,* 
Richard* 



Richardson. Sheila A 
Ri. hjrd*yn. Sylyia E 
Ki. hard-on. Iheresa ' 
Ki.lMrd*in \ernal, 
Ri, hard*. II, Vireiiiia 
Hi.hardM)n.ttade H 



Ri, limoiid Mary P 
Hi. hinond.Kiikic R 
Rnliin.iiid. William 1 
Richlcr. R.iberl K 291.129 
Riihlmyer, Edward C 
Rnkerd. IhoinasJ 
Ki.kell. Jerry A 
Riddell.MiihacI I. .175 
Riddle, Karen 1 5 19 
Riddle, Mnhael h 
Kiddle, Naii.y 1 121,181 
Kiddle, .sbirrie 1 2911,181 
Kiddh- si,pl,..,i r, 
Riddle lerriU K 129 
Riddl. barter Hiaiia J 02,181 
Ridriiour. |leb<.ra S 1 |'l 
Rid.iiour. Maria l" 21 1.2'I2.5 
Rideoul. l.inda K 
Rider. Kim >, 
Rider. Richard 11. J 
Hidglrv. I'almk \ 2: 
Hniicl. KimM 519 
Hi.flcr. Randall A 
Kielil.Mary P 512 

Kick. II 1(,9 

Ri. scnb.ck. Iloberl W, 357 
Kille. Dayid J, 
Rifle. James.-.. 
Rille. Judv L 549 
Riftc. Karen R. 



429 



KlKe. 


Rae 


A 549 




RIH,EiEAM2(j4 




HiKin 


.. \a 


ncy C 307. 


,308.549 


RiBBin 


si) 


a.id i: 




Kieeiii 


iNj- 


ine A 129 




RlBB^ 




ole E 345.373 


RillCs 


Gal 


li.rine K 322.430 


RiBBs 


Dei 


II*' 21 1 




RiBBs 


Mai 


Barei 1 




RiBBS 


Rh. 


..Ida 1 118 


181 


RiBBs. 


VI.' 


pi.en K 




KiBne. 


i.Ja 


mes M 519 




RiBne. 


C.Ja 


,n. M 




RiBsby. O 


■liaE 519 




Rigsb, 


.. K, 


■nnilh B 




RiBsbv. M 


iriam 1. 32' 


J.512 


Riley. 


Alfreda IHl 




Riley. 


Ber 


line J 




Riley. 


Dar 


iicl G 




Rilcy. 


(;eoreella5l2 




Riley. 


Jarr 


lesE 





Riley. Peggv A 353. k58 
Riley. Rebecca 1. 
Rilcv. Ronald G 

Rilcy! William H .Jr 
Rishel. Roderick E 5 19 
Risn.r. D.>ra M. 
Ri.ner. Mcarl I 



.Belly J 

.GalhyJ 145.512 
. GhariryeJ 



r M 5 t'l 



er. Mary J 181 

nh. Belli M 158 

ich. Gharlc, \ 

ich, Kalhr^ii I 2111,351,1311 

nh, Robert P 

inc. l-ran.e, E 



Kojrk. Mary 1, till 



Koark. le 
Kobards 



a J 519 
abrinal,. 549 



Robbins Gharles R 
RobbinsI urlisK 
Robbiiis Deborah J 
Robbins Earl L , Jr 
Robbins I.eorBe E 
R.ibbins Lilhe H 
R..bbiiis Mary A, 
Robbins. Millard D 
Robbins \ora U 
Robbins RulhG 
Rober*)n. Arthur E 4311 
Robcrson. Karen L 217.481 
R.iber*)n. Lou A 341.549 
Roberts Gecil E 
Roberts Charles H, 
Rob.rl,s Charles R 
Roberls Gheryl A 
Roberls I.ynlhia J, 
Rnberls Dan l„ 
Roberls Daniel B 
Roberls llebra I 158 
Roberts llenni. D 
Roberts GeorBc 1) 519 
R.ib.r 



, I 21.1 
.)ld K 4311 



R.iberls l,Mi.la K 



Rob.Tts N,.rmaJ 
Rob. rts. Randall G, 
Roberls. Richard W. 
Robi rts. Rot 1., 



Roberts M 


hirley S ,118.130 


Roberts. S 


lanle, L 225.22l> 


Roberls T 


eresaC 310,549 


Roberts T 


eresa M 


Roberts 1 


errv A 225 


Roberts T 


rudy S, 549 


Roberts V 


er.niica 


Roberts \ 


nki S 


Roberls. ft 


ayiie [ 


Roberts ft 


ilham II 


Robert *,n. 


Barbara J 


Rob.rlson. 


( arol 1, 


Robertson. 


t.harlene 1. 


Robertson. 


Charles E 


Robcrt*,n, 


Donna S R 


Robcrl*>n. 


James M 


Robertson, 


John L 430 


Roberlson. 


John* 


Robertson. 


Jo*.phP 


Robertson. 


Kent B 549 


Robert*™. 


Meli-.a B 130 


Kob.rt.,.n, 




Robert*..., 


Ba..dall 1 


Rob.rl*,n, 


K..hjrdl 5 19 


Robertson, 


Sandra R 5 19 


RoberlM.n, 


shcixy A 27k27: 



Robinetle 


, John K 


Robinette 


, L.tie K 3 77 


Robin«.n 


, Barbara J 21 1 


Robin*>n 


. Berl A , J r 


Robin«.ii 


. Billy K 


Kobinmn, 


.Bryan 1. 260 


Robinson 


. Carol S 


Robin*>n 


. Charles D 


Robin*)n 


. Connie 4HI 


Robinain 


. Deborah L, 549 


Robinson 


. Deborah L, 


Robin*>n 


. Debra P 430 


Robinson 


.Donna J- 301,342 


Robm,*in 


. Dorolhy M, 


Robinson 


. Fred S 430 


Robin*>n 


, Gary W 


Robinson, 


Ceorge B. Jr, 165 


Robin,*)n 


. Howard 


Robinson 


.Iran 


Robin*in 


. James M.Jr 


Robinson 


.Judy L 


Robin,son 


.Karen J 549 


Robin.son 


. Linda K. 


Kobinson 


. Linda .S, 


Robinson 


. Lucille M. 


Robin*in 


. Marearel V 550 


Robinson 


. Mariha E. 181 


Robinson 


. Mary L 


Robinson 


. Mattheyv J 


Robinson 


. Michael D 430 


Robin,son 


. ^orma D, 512 


Robinson 


.Parn.Ia J, 320.481 


Robin*>n 


. Pris^illa W 550 


Robinson 


. RilaG 430 


Robina>n 


. Robert L 430 


Robinson 


. Ruth A 


R.ibinMn 


. Samuel J .Jr. 


Robin*>n 


. Sandra K, 481 


Robinson 


. Sandra M, 


Robinmn 


.Sharon L, 512 



Robin 
Kobin 



,, ftilma J 



Rodermund, John A 

Rodgers Danny I, 1311 

Rodgrrs Da. id \ 371,430.309 

Rodgers Edward H . Jr 

Rodgers Jnaouin R 130 

Rodgers Sandra P 

RodBcrs Vega 1. 

Rodman. Sue \ 

Rodriguez. Hector 

Roe. John G 

Roe. Kenneth R 

Roe. Michael R 

Roe. Teresa E 

Roebuck. Kenneth G 439 

Roebuck. Randi II U9 

Roehsner. Belle J 

Roemele. Fred I. 

Roe*-h, Hi.w.e 252,251,255 

Roesch. l.awreiiic P 252.512 

Roesch. William J 55II 

Roesel. Mary I. 171.319 

Roe*l. Richard 1. 357 

Rogers Belly D 

Rogers. Bonnie K 

Rogers Brenda s 



Roger 
Roge, 



Rogers she 
Rohling. Kll 
Roland. Dai 
Rolles SaiK 
Roll. Sam B 
Roller. Jam. 
Roller. I.au. 
Rollel. Jane 



Root, Francis D. 
Root. Jams A 
Rosacker. ftilluii 
Rosado. Fernjiid 
Rositi, JudiUift 
Ro*-. Allen K 
Ro*.. Billy P 
Rose. Billy J 
Rose. Brenda K. 
Row. Charlollc > 
Row, CurlisD, 
Ro,*-. Ernest A 
Ro*.. Gary ft 
Ro.*-. Herbert D 
Ro*-. Marcus 1. 



sM 308.309.312 



Ross Brenda K 218.268.269 



Ross Marian P 351.373 

Ross. Mane C ,U9 

Ros,s Marilynn G, 286.550 

Ross, Mary F 430 

Hou,.Mtke 131 

Ro.ss Mi.haclJ 260.331,541 

Ross, Nancy 1. 

Ross Patricia J W 



Ros, 



lid E 



Ro.ss Shai 
RosisftiMiam B 
Ro.ssbillie. B 308 
R0ICSPI1\SDRS308 
Run: SI AGE BA.\D307 
Rough. Ilarcn.-e U 
Rouholimaii. Melidi 
Rounsayille. Eddy A- 
Rou.*:. John E. 213,292,430 
Rouse, Lucy W, 513 
Rouse. Mark L, 550 



Rou* 
Rou* 



. Doi 



aG, : 



, Robert B 482 



Routt. David 
«ouon. (url 1115 
Ro*e, Da.id \ 214 



Rowland, Jan. I 
Rowland, Marga 
Rowland, K."l.-i 
Rowland, s|,.p|, 



Romlelt. Ur. John O. 129 
Rowlelle, Martha A, 320,430 
Rowlelte, Robert A „Jr 



-ft 



430 



Ro 
Ko 

Riiy,Katl.y M 
Roy,J.anaK 
Roy. Mary K 
Roy. Paula S, 
Roy. Randolph N, 
Roy, Rosalee 
Royally. John I',. Jr 
" ally. Kent ft 



Royalty. Ear 



,- W 



. Kathy L 5511 
Roy*-. Herbert H . Jr 



RuanB- 


.uwan 


.I.hanadd 


a (49 


Ru 


lang,- 




. Charupat 


450 


Ru 




.uwan 


Charupal 




Ri 


lark. 


Paul. 


1 R 513 




Rl 


ibin. 


Deb. 


irah A 




Re 


ibin. 


Slev. 


n M 




Ruby. 


Paula 


L 




Ruck. 


Nanc 


< L. 3 1 3 




Re 


ickei 


r. Dar 


laj 5511 




Rl 


ickei 


-.Dor 


laid B 




Rl 


ickei 


r. Emi 


ilyj 




Ruckei 


r. Har 


ry J 




Rl 


ickei 


r. Mar 


c A 




Rl 


ickei 


r. Ru, 


.sell 




Rl 


idd. 


Edwa 


rd 1. 




Rudd. 


Filial 


bethS 




Rl 


idde 


r, Nic 


kD 




Rl 


idolph, M 


jry A 1511 




Rl 


II, 1 






271,482 


Rl 






...1. II. \l 




Ki 


illl. 


I k,i 




1 n 182 


Rl 


Igglc 


-, Jj.i 


,. I K 5M 




Rl 


ihl, J 


|.,*pl 


h II 




Rl 




rl. Ka 






Rl 


impke. a 


iry-lal V 1 


106.341. 430 


Rl 


mke 


. Mar. 


ria 291 





Ruroed. . Mark S, 
Rusch. Karl D, 
Ru,sh. Belly A, 
Rush. Linda S, 
Ru-.hbro.ik, l.eland H 
KiL-s ftilla J 
Ru,s,*ll. Carlo, E 5511 



Russell. Fa 



■ 5 1 ,1 



RUs*ll, J.s 
Rll-,.ell, Johnnie D 
Ku,s*ll, Jo*ph M, 
Ku-*-ll. Kennelh B 550 
Ru,s*-ll. Micha.-I R 450 
Ru,v*-ll. \yU F c 
Ru.s*-ll, Kichard 
Russell, Kicky K 513 
Rus*ll. R.iberl D 
Riis*ll, R.iUrl L, 482 
Riis*ll. Su-an G 
Rusl, Bernic. M 
Ru,l.Judy M 
Rusl. Su.- M 

Rulemdier. Brent I- 245 
Rulh. Vicki L, 339 
Rulh. Wilham D. 
Rutherford. Kennelh 
RulledBC. Ruben A, 361 
Ryan, Dayid D 262 
Ryan. Debbie J 



Robinetle. Charic- E 



596 Index and Directory 




An EKU coed uheers the basketball Colonels on to 
victory. 



Kvn.Ja.irE. 


Sandhn. ilrenda K. 32U.431 


Kvmrll, Jaml L 


Sandlin, Grate S 


Ry>ir, KimrlaJ 317,r,r,(] 


Sandhn. Paul R. 


Ryllrwski, Carol A 


Sands. Marks. 431 




SandN Nancy A. 292,317,341,482 


s 


Sanford, Stephanie L. 431 






Saalfrld, Karen Si. l«2 


Sanner, Monty R 225 


Sabad. Uan A 369 


Sapicnza, Teresa M 


Sabad. Garry A. 3(>y,43f 


Sapp, Judy F. 


Sabagf. Ucni.-e M. 182 


Sapp, Michael R. 


Sabbaline, Raymond |. 


Sarsent. Jackie A. 292.458 


Sable. Benila S. 314.329.331,482 


.Sas.so. Jane A. 


Sabouni, Fahra 


.Salterly, Dora L. 55(1 


Sackett, June A 


,Satlich, Deborah A 482 


.Sadler. Amy J 


.Sauer, Ted A 


SAUlt HA«Kl^Sl)■^V 


Saunders, Albert A. 


DANCE 55 


Saunders, Deborah K- 219.431 


Sadler. Sh.rley A- 513 


Saunders. Sterlinc. Jr. 


Safi. VagneshK. 450 


Sauiidirs, Ihomas B 


Sagravej. Uanny L. 482 


Saiini.r William \1 


Saleh. Jihad A. 


Saunr, llarr^ A.J. .55(1 


Salera, Roberl 1' 371 


Sanrer. Ilarr, A ,Jr 55U 


Salire, | here>a S M. 


Savace. Denis. D 3211 


Sallee, lonya R 351.5311 


Savage. Larry D. 431 


Salley, Edward C 551) 


Savage. Mark 1.. 305,513 


Salmon. Deborah J 339 


Savage, Richard M 


Salyer, Joseph A 


Saxlon, Timothy D. 


Salyers. Vehnda K. 


Sovler, Darnell 314 


Samad. Jack L. 371 


Savior, David K. 431 


Samford. James L. 


Saylor. Eddie L. 


.Sammon^ Barbara L .1311.345.513 


Savior, Marly C. 


Sammons Clenna F 


Saylor, Mary A. 1.. 


.Sammonv Pjula 1, 


Savior, Sundae L. 


Sammoos 1 ov \ 


Savre. Edward E. 




,Savre..Sara V D 


Sam|)les. Johiniv i. 


SCABBAKIl AND BLADE 22(1 


Sampson. Milium F. Jr 2611 


Sralf. Floyd S 


Sams. Deborah k 55(1 


Sealt. Br.nrfa S 


Sams. Elliel 3211 


S. all. David 11 


Sams. James 1 354,55(1 


Seall, David B 


Sams. Thomas C. 


Siall,Eli/ab.lh A 


Samuels. Sandra J. 291.55U 


S. all. Leslie 1 


Sandefur. Mary V. 


Seall.m, Marv E 


Saiidel. Gregory A. 


Sialos, Bradley S 


Sanders Barbara L. J 


.Seanlon, David 


Sanders. Clancie J. 55(1 


Searbor.iiigli, Martha J. 


.Sander.s. David 


SejrbroNKh. Dennis D. 


Sander.s. David C. 


Searuigi. (lerard A. 


Sanders. DwiRhl D 


SearloK. David M 


Saiid.T^ Emilv M 32.1.4H2 


S avella. lerry L 324 


Sanders. Iran...!, 


s.eiil. Iina L 431 




S. hajd. Bruce B. 


SailJer- 1 esle, 


S.liaal Lauren E. 


.San.l.Ts. Ml. lull 1! 


Siludler. Charles E. 


.Sanders Mi.lijil k 


.Sehaler, John M. 


Sande,., KaiiiLill P Jlllj 


.Sehallrick, Jay R 


Sanders, sliirl. v M 


.Sehalk, Harriet L. 319,550 


Sand'T., ttilr.M K 


Sehanen, Billie J 339 


.Sanderson, John 1. 


Scharrc. Phdip C. 513 


.Sanderson, Robert M 248 


,SchaU, Gary R. 513 


Sandford. Robert M. 


.Schawe. Ralph 11. 


Sandidse. Bobby D 


.Scheib. Judy 211.131 
Sehciikenleldcr, Mieha 26(1.293.3 


Sandidgc, Henry B„ Jr. 431 



SI lull. I M.iik \ 

s. liilliMu M.ili.nl I (71 

s, hilliiii: I' on. I., M 171 

Mhl. If.. M,i.i. ( l-'H 

SI 111, K li.iuiiljs 55(1 

-illll,,,. I,.r,iu..lr M 220.431 

sili.iii.ll H.il> I 



III. lohii L 513 

limi.ll. |,.hn P 
limi.ll. Margie V 55" 
hull. 1 1 Mark I, 

ill'l,r.forv J 37.5.513 

li.iiiti lh..inas\\ 
I.... Margarel \ 

I,... ..le. It..l.l.lej 131 

I.r llehoijli 1, 353 

I I.. Line K 511 

I I.. Keill, H .161 

t ..I. r Phvll.s I 

li I. I Kj.lirll, M 5.50 

l1 I.. .]..., k 

I Ih. ..-a \ '.II 

l„,.k ll.l.ij y (-.3.132 

li... I, Mj.v B 

I. k... Irving II 



K.iiid..l|ili I- 
.k.-. I. s II (73,132 



...iij \ 104514 
iil.i M V\ 
i....ij-\\ 286.295 



\ (II 



514 



Sthuma. her. lerry R. 
Schuster. Helga M. 550 
Schulte, JohnH. 550 
Schulz. Larry W 
Sehwanles. Louise M 514 

. M 482 



Sihweiterl. Susji, E 29u.51l 

Sthweinbeek. George P 

Schweinberg, Slephani 

.Schwemlcm. Judith A. 

Schwentieman, Joseph 164 

Schwendeman. Herbert 432 

Sihweiideman, Kenneth 

Sthweiike, Carol P 

S. hweiike. K.iherl \ 550 

Sehwermaii. JaiielM 

Seiubba, Arthur J 218,252,482 

Stod, Alfr.d 1 

s.oll, Alice M. 

S.olt, Barbara J ,120,482 



Sco 



, Claude 



Scott, David L 

Scott, Debby J 308,312,322.550 

Scott. Don 359 

Scott, Janet K. 482 

Scott, jimmy B. 

.Scott, Kendrick U. 

Scott. Leroy H.. Jr. 

Scott. Leslie E. 482 

Scott, Martin D 

Scott. iNina H. 

•Scott, Roy L., Jr. 305 

Scott. Sam H. 

Scott. Susan L 377.432 

Scott. Susan ft 405 

.Seoll. Vicki R 

Scott. Vincent E 217.307 

Scolt. Wallace D. 550 

Scolt. Wdliarn D. 

Scott, William E. 

Scoville, Janice C. 

Seoville. Judith M 



Sruggs. James A 2J5.5II 
Sirugg., Mar, us J 
Scully, limolhy C. 
Scurlock, Gary L. 
Sculchfield, Teresa K. 
Seale. Jerry W. 
Seals, Clarence A. 
Seals, James P. 
Seals, Sheila K. 

lan, Christopher B. 209 



■cy, S 



iC. 



.Srarlc, David M. 
Searle, James E 132 
Sears, Barbara K. 550 
Scars BrendaJ 



Sears Jackie L. 
Sears John 1) 
Sears, [..hn M 



Shearard, Kalliy C. 5 1 4 



M 



irre, Linda A 550 
ris(, Charles K. 
, JohnW. 
sle, Herbert M. 
wer, David W. 



Vgal, i:.ms(ance L. 

Sgar. James U 235,238,242 

Vgnii/. Luke 

Seil.erl, Irank \ 

.SeiberC Nancy J 

.Sei/erl, Wr,. Wo»m« 131 



'eldlli,lleb,j>ah 
.elm, Julie A 
.■Ivl.lge. Everett G 
^Ividge, Miriam J 182 
,emag.., B.I. laid | 361 



\ .'6(1,377 
I M 514 
I ft 206,293,297,432 



tin 



I II 



Sergia 


.1, Ki.hard t 




k. Anthony T, 432 


S, Iser 


|uneG.458 


Settle 


Paul E. 


Sev.ra 


'ice. Danny E 


Sev.ra 


ice. Bene ft 


Sew.'ll 


Bobby D 


Sew.'ll 


Elizabeth S. 


Seweil 


Eugene G. 290.514 


Sewell 


Gary D. 


.Srwell 


James D. 


S.'W.Jl 


Mar, L. E. 


Sewell 


Sandra L, 482 




ftilliam M 


Sexto. 


. Abbie G. 482 


Sexton 


, Donald L. 


vll!" 


;GeTr'eeE,Jr 550 




, (;regory A 


Sex tor 


.Judy J 


.Sextoi 


. Michael E. 


.Sextoi 


..Sandra J. 


Sextoi 


. Ihomas L. 


Sextoi 


. Vieki E 


Vxtoi 


. tt an.la J 



. Ilillu 
K.Te 



112 



Seyle.Calhv M 317.339 

Sierra, Nancy J. 271 

Shackellord, Glenn C. 

Shackelford. Janet R. 

Shade. David 1.. 

Shadon. Donald 183 

Shadwiek. Howard R 

Shaf.r.CarolJ. 353 432 

Shaler. Jeanne C 550 

Shaller. Brenda 1. 552 

Shader. Fave E G. 

Shall, r. Gary R 

.Shaflner. Timolhy ft 

Sliaheen. Joseph N. 256.257 

.Sham. Michael D. 

Shake. Kevin II. 

Shanes. Deborah J. R. 

Shan.s, Robert 1.. 

Shank. Dorvin M. 

Shank. Rhonda L. 

Shanklin. Carol D. 

Shanks. Bobby G. 

Shanks. Patricia A. 458 

Shanks. Vicki J. 

Shannon. Bonnie J, 

Shannon. Charles D 

Shannon. Debra L. 

Shannon. Melvin ft 552 

Shannon. Steven R. 

Sharer, Jack A. 

Sharon. James R. 

Sharon, Margarel M. 216.317.353.11 

Sharp. Anne 

Sharp. Brenda K. 

Sharp. Curds L. 514 

Sharp. Freda J. 

.Sharp. Jack Y. 

Sharp. James B. 248 

Sharp, Keith E 

Sharp, Lincoln V. 432 

Sharp, Stephen L 

Sharp. I roy D. 295 

Sharp, ft'illiam K 

Sharpr. Kalhy J. 

Sharpe. Linda D 514 

Sharpe. Rebecca ft". 

Sharp.-. Richard P. 

.Shaski. Joye L. VI. 

.Shaughnessy. Lisa M. 

Shaver. William A. 

Shaw. Calvin W. 

Shaw, Mary K. 

Shaw, Satyabrata 292.324.450 

Shaw. Yvonne J. 315,482 

Shay, Calhy L. 353,392.432 



She ha 



Shelby Bel II 

Shell. Martha I. 51 1 
Miellenb.rger. Chas B 
.Shelley. | oin I, 
.Sliellhause, Klin S 

.Shelor Dan P 2J5.i 

.FailhJ 



Shell, 



Shell, 



lesK 



I. kv L 



.JunieJ. 
Sheiig, Chenlai 292 
Shepard. Daniel L. 
Shepard. Tawanna L- 
Sheprrson. John L. 
Shi'phcrd. Bryan K. 
Shepherd. Carol A 552 
Shepherd. Cathie S. 
Shepherd. Charmaine C 552 
Shepherd. David C 
Shepherd. John H 
Shepherd, Larry N 482 
Shepherd, Umus 
Shepherd, Phihp E 217 
Shepherd, Sandra K 
Shepherd, Tnna F 
Shepherd, Verna M 
Shepherd, William M. 31,217 
.Sherman, Earl E , Jr 
Sherman, Inman J , HI 225 
Sherman, James F. 
.Sherman. Mihssa A 482 
Sherman, Ralph H, 
Sherman, Vivian R. 432 
Sherrard. Eujene T, 432 
SherrilL William A. 248 
Sherrod. Ihomas H. 323,552 
Sherrow, Jerry ft. 
Sherry, ftilham J. 
Sherselh, Lee C. 
Sherwood, James W 245 
Shetler, Manon H 
Shevelow, Susan J 377,514 
Shew, Gilbert S. 



She 



Shew, Kalhryn R 345 
Shew, Ralph D. 
Sheward, Martha E 
Shewmaker, Diane F. 
Shields, Charlotte F. 
Shields James R 432 
Shields Jo A 
Shields Margie A 
Shidlel, Dorothy M 
Shigley, Richard T. 450 
Shirion. Libby 290 
Shinawaira, Thaksin 450 
Shinawatra, Udorn 552 
Shindelblower, Daniel 162 
Shindelblower, Paul D 
Shindelblower, Rebecca 
Shingledecker, Chas L. 
Shinkle, Fred D 482 
Shipp, Karen B. 
Shipp, Kevin K. 514 
Shipp, Thomas C. 
.Shireman, Barbara E. 
Shireman, Gary E 
,Shireman, Mary E 
Shirler, Dr. John 133 
Shirley, Magda L 304,552 
Shirley, Steven L. 
Shirley, Iravis D. 
Shn, Byunglae 292 
Shoal. Bill 

Shoal. Shirley L 482 
Shobe, Janet W. 
Shockency, Mary G. 552 
Shockey. Kalhryn M. 
Shockey, Margarel L. 322 
Shockley. Karen A. 341,377,482 
Shoecrall, James H 225 
Shoemaker, David W. 
Shoemaker, Phillip W. 432 
Shoopman, Shirley A. 
Shores Helen L. 
Shores Henry C, Jr. 257,482 
Shorl, Ehjabelh R. 
Shorl, JoniJ. 552 
Shorl, Larry D. 
Shorl, Lolila D. 
, Mary R. 



STioi 



, Nai 



Short. Stella M 552 

Short, Susan G 

Sholwell, Danny F 288,482 

Shousc, Georganna 

Shouse, James W. 

Shouse, Jerry L. 

Shouse, WiMiam A. 

Showalter, Bruce W 293,514 

Showalter, Pabicia P. 

Shrimpton, Christian 

Shrode. James R. 

Shrout. Larry W. 

Shrull. Connie D. 458 

ShruM. Cynthia J. 

Shull. Janet L. B. 

ShuM. Terry L. 51 

Shullz. .Stephany P. 219.432 

Shumard. Vicki L. 

Shumway.John W. Jr 552 

Shuntich. Mary E 

Shupe. Donald B. 

.Shusler. Roberl M. 

Shut?.. Sharon L. 

Sickels. David H. 

Sickles Catharine S. 



Index and Directory 597 



SidfboHom. lames M- 
Sidwell. Randall W 
Siebcl. Linda L. C 458 
Siebel. Robert A 
Siegel. Michael E. 
Sievers, Paul H. 
Sieverl, Ufboiah L 515 

Mi.M\ \\ I'll \ H'^IM1\37U 

MI.MX 1 HI i:j 

S1(.\U nil I 1 I'l JJI 

SU,\1A .NL J74 

SIGMA TAU UELiA215 

Slier. Freddie M. 

Silk. Sharon M, 552 

Sills. Dennis M, 291,433 

Sills. Larrv E. 373 

Silva,RoberlC.,Jr, 

Silver. UeborahJ, 

Silvers. Howard D 

Silvers, Rebecca J, 482 

Silvers. Shauna M 

Silveus. James P 

Simandle. Sandra J 

Simkms, William E. 

Simmerman, Deborah L. 

Simmons. James L . jr. 



imonss William D 
ins. DarlaG 
ims, Paul H . Ill 
ion. Kalh) W 



. B.ililn. \ B 



Slushe 


.Gary T. 


Slushe 


.Ginger 291 


Slushe 


.Ida 


L 291.553 


Slushe 


. JohnR 


Slushe 


.Lee 


nardj 


Slushe 


, Lo 


etta D 


Slushe 


PaulD, 


Slushe 


.Tin 


291.31)7.314 


Slushe 


\,, 


Jinia A 553 


Slushe 


Wil 


lam W 


Small. 


Lind 


U, 218.433 


Small V. 


ood. 


Edna R. 


SmaUw 


ood 


Garry W 


Small V* 


ood 


ames H, 483 


Small« 


ood 


anice 


Smallw 


ood 


oyce M B, 


Smallv, 


ood 


LiUian 


Smallv^ 


ood 


Mariam M 


Smallvs 


ood 


Michael S. 433 


SmaUwood 


Mike A. 483 


Smallvs 


ood 


Sharon L, 




Darle A, 


Smcal'hers. 


SlephenJ 553 


Smigla 
SnuFcy 


Lav. 




Cla 


jdia M 




Harry 159 


Smilh. Aled 


a L 


Smilh. 


Alfr 


dE 


Smith. 


Angela L 291.483 


Smith. Ann 


elle P 


Smith. 


Anthony G 483 


Smith 


Bets 


y C 


Smith 


Bell 


y C 


Smith 


Belt 


y P 


Smith 


Bev, 


rU A 


Smith 


B.IK 


ft 


Smith 


Brei 


daC 


Smith 


Brer 


da K 553 



1,^; 



f^^F 



-• s>i;^' 



Smith. Brenda W 



Smith. Bri 
Smith. Bruce J 
Smith. CarolvnS 
Smith. Charles A. 
Smith, Charles D 
Smith. Chnsti L 245,339 
Smith, Chnstopher S 
Smith. Ctoude 179 



o, 



Simpson! Larry B ,t 1 1 


Smilh. Colleen M 






^^^1 




Simpson. Lisa 4H2 


Smith. Connie D 








Simpson. Michael R- 


Smith. Connie S 








Simpson. Moha J 


Smith, Curtiss 553 








Simpson. Randy M 


Smith. Darlene 








Simpson. Richard E 


Smith, David B 167,200,297 








Simpson. Richard L 


Smith, David E 








Simpson. Samuel G 


Smith. David 11 








Simpson. Sher>l L 


Smith. David S 




r^^ 




Simpson. Shirley L 482 


Smith. David V, 






Simpson, Terry C 


Smith. Deborah A. 553 








Simpson, Wendy L. 552 


Smith. Deborah A, 




1 




Sims, Charlie W 


Smith. Deborah C. 433 








Sims, Genie GSims, Julia A. 433 


Smith. Deborah L 433 




1 




Sims, Kenneth W 


Smith. Debra L 310.433 




k 




Simss Lou A 552 


Smilh. Debra S 553 




* 




Sims, Martha L 


Smith. Debra T 








Sims, Rebecca L 


Smith, Deirdre K 483 








Sims, Thomas M 433 


Smith, Dempsy C. 








Single tary. Mary L 


-Smith, llenzella R. 342 




0^^ 




Singletary. Neil E 


.Smith, Diane M 






Singleton, Diane J 433 


Smith, lliannr E, 310 








Singleton, Emily L K 433 


Smith. Diaiine R 329 




<^ 




Singleton, jenny L 


Smith. Dii.iine F 433 


^^^^K ^ 


^ 




Singleton, Larry L- 


Smith, Donald E 


^^^^V ^sZ,' 


J0^ 




Singlelon, Regina G 515 


Smith. Donna J 515 




rmm^L 






Singleton, William E. 
Sink, Carole 552 


Smith. Dons L 




^IWI 






Smith. Earl P 




,7^ 






Sipe, Norman W. 


Smith. Edward L 








Siragy, Hamid M. 


Smith. Ella J 


^^^L^ 








Siriwongse, Salilawan 553 


Smith. Ethel B 


^^^^B 




J^^ 


Slsk, Mary L, 


Smith, Eugene J 553 




^^^H 


^^k ' 


^K^M 


.Siu, Man Hong 45(1 


Smith. Eura Jr 




^^^H 


ii^ai 


Sizemorc, Austin 


Smith. Florence E 100.463 








^■sH 


Sizemore. Chel L. 


Smith. Frank D 

Smith. G Stephen, Jr 433 

.Smith. Garfield 








Sizemore, Janice S 








Sizemore, John M 








Suemore, Manjuella 317,433 
Sizemore. Pamela M 


Smith, l.jrv 
Smith l.jrv 1 


■rt-d Baker anc) \lelanii- 


McDonald get into the sp 


Sizemore. Sarah B 


smith, Gary 1 








Sizemore, Thomas 


Smith, George M, III 








Sizemore. ThomasJ .Jr. 


Smith, Glenda J 296 








Sjolander, Douglas 291 
Skaggs, David E 264 


Smilh, Glenn F 








.Smith, Glenna F 483 








Skaggs, Timothy C 


Smith, Gregory F 








Skarosi, David A 


Smith, Guy B 323,553 


s.iiilli K. Ihft 




Smith. Ronal L 


Skarosi, Joann 


Smith, Harland D 






.Smith, Sallie P 


Skeans, Kennith W 


Smilh, Harold E 


sinilh 1 .irn JJ' 11. J 




Smith, Sandra L, 515 


Skees, Barbara A. 


Smith, Henrietta A. 






Smith, Sara E- 515 


.Skees, Jean M. 482 


Smith, HoLis R 


sn.ill. 1 . r,.\ Jr 2'. t 




.Smith. .Sharon K. 


Skeese. Jolui R 


Smith, J R 


Sm.th. I.ilhan k 




Smith, Sharon L- 


•Skidmore, Belly J 


Smith, James E 


Sm.lh, Linda E 450 




Smilh, Sharon M 


Skidmore, (iayle A 339,553 


Smith,JjincsE 


Smilh, Linda H 




Smith, Sherilyn R 


Skidmore, kathv S 315,458 


Smith, James K 


Smith, Linda V 




Smith, Sherre L, 


Skidmore, Robert H 482 


Smith, James \1 


Smilh, Lisa L 554 




Smith, Sherri 554 


Skinner, Rebecca R 482 


Smith, Jam. sK 295 


Smith, Lynda J 




Smith, ,stella B. 


Skinner, Rickv W 483 


Smith, Jame-K 291 


Smilh, Madonna J 554 




Smith, Stephen M 


Skoclund, Donna j 339,483 


Smith, lame, ft 483 


Smith, Margaret S 




Smith, Stephen T 


Skoglund. Linda 1 


Smith, James ft 


Smith, Marilvn L 




Smilh, Stephen ft 


.Skrobanek, Nancy K 


Smith, JamevR 


Smith, Mark J 




smith, Steve B 450 


Sla. 1^ Bnice ft 


Smith, Jana 1. 450 


Smith, Mark W 55 1 




Smith. SyKe-ter B 


Sladc, Sleven ft 


Smilh, Janet B 


Smilh, Marsha k 




Smith, .sili.a D 51,217 


Slade, Susan N 553 


Smith, Janet 1, 


Smilh, Mary B 109.301.351.434 


Smith, lere.j A 


Slagle, Da.id K 


Smith, JanelLeich 329,331,515 


Smith. Mary L, 




Smith, lerry R 483 


Slalon. Cvnlhia L, 553 


Smith, Janice L 


Smilh, Mary L, T. 




Smith, Ihaddeus M 


Slavback, Michael 1 


smith, Jem L 434 


Smith. Michael D 




Smith. Ihoma-R 515 


Slavback, Sally A T 


smith, Jerry ft 434 


Smith. Michael D 




smith, G.mmv.Jr 260.261 


Slayback, William C 


smith, Jimnue A 553 


Smith. Michael D, 




Smith. 1..... R 342.431 


Slaylon, Belinda G 483 


Smith, John B 


Smilh. Nadene 




smily. In.v 


Sleet. Steve B 


Smith. John 1. 


Smith, Pamela 




Smith. 1 .shell 373.434 


.Sleven. Bruce 373 


.smith. John ft 


Smith. Patricia A 434 




Smith, \ irkie F 554 


Sloan. Deborah M 553 


.Smith. Josiph 1 


Smith. Patricia A, 315 




smith, \ 11 kie 1 435 


Sloan, Nancy A 


Smith. Jovce i 434 


Smith. Patricia D M 63 




Smilh, \iclo. ft 225 


Slune, Charolette N 


Smith, oyce A G 


Smith. Patricia E 554 




Smith, Vielete32l 


Slone, George 1 - 


Smith, udilh A 145,458 


Smith. Patricia M 515 




Smilh, \ irginia k B 


Slone, Clennis M. 515 


Smith, udtlh E 


Smith, Paul D 




Smith, Virginia L 435 


Slone, Herberl A- 


Smith, k kay 


Smith, Pegp J I, 




Smith, ft alter C 


SloncJohnK. 


Smith, karen E 349 


Smilh, PhilhsC 




Smilh, ftaller II 


Slone, Kenneth R 201.215.221,433 


Smith, karen L 450 


Smith, Rec.niaS 




smilh, ttilliamt. 515 


Slone, Kenneth R 


Smith, karen R 553 


Smith, Ki.hard \ 225 




smith, ft.ll.a.n H 


Slone, Lynne R.SIoneker, Tan L 322.351.483 Smith, katherine R 


smilh, Bi. hard II 379 




Sm.th, ft.l.l.ed ( 


Slorp. Elizabeth L- 345.377 


Smith, kathrvn S 483 


Smith Richard J 434 




Smilh. \v,.nnr L 


Slorp. Sara J, 
Slucher, Ernie R 


Smith. kathyD 292.297.3.53.515 


Smilh, Richard M 




Smither. Maur.ee R 


Smilh. Keilh311 


Smily. Robert 11 




Sm.thers. John F. 


Slusher, Deborahs, 291,433 


Smith, keiineth 


Smith. R..h'-rt K 515 




Smoak, Carl F, 


Slu.sher. Ernest T 515.553 


Smith, kenneth D, 


Sm.lh. Robert L 




Smock, Robin 483 


Slusher. Ernestine M 214.291.314.515 


Smith, kenneth t; 


sm.lh. Roder.ck ft 515 




Smyser, Ro 


berl k- 483 



Snabel, Paul M 
Snapp, Richard G. 
Snapp, ftilhamR 
Snawder, CarolJ 483 
Snead, Charles k 
Snedegar, Deborah J, 
Snedegar, John ft 554 
Sneed, Kim L 345,483 
Snell, Edna 
Smdcr, karl M, 
Snidvongs, Nadhapil 
Snodg^as^, George E, 435 
Snoderass. Mcbssa L. 
Snook, Vickie S, 290.435 
Snopek, Barbara J W 
Snow, John W. 
Snow, William P 
Snowberger, Elise W , 
Snowden. Cynlhia A 339.515 
Snowden, Gregory S, 
Snowden. Jerry D 
Snowden, Raymond M 
Snowden, Richard, 111 
Snowden, Tracy A, 483 
Snyder. Donali) C, 435 
Snyder, Gregory T, 
Snyder, John E 
Snyder, kenneth T 
Snider, Mary D 
Snyder, Maureen k 554 
Snyder, Michael H, 
Snyder, Slacie M 554 
Sobolewski, Edward D. 
Sole, JefleryD, 251 
Soley, Dave R. 
Solomon, Carol R, 554 
Sommerkamp, David W 435 
Sommerkamp, Thomas F 
Somogy,JdlE. 345,515 
Sondev. Barbara A. 304,483 
Soper, Donna M. 
SOTHOMORE CLASS 390 



598 Index and Directory 



Sorrell. Doiiii«5l5 

Sorrell, tCalhrvn L. P. 

Sorrell, Sammy L. 359.515 

Sorrell, Sandra L. 554 

Sorrell, Tommy J. 

Sorrels, Richard K 

Sosby, Barry H. 

Sosby, JancI M. 

Souder, Judy B 

Soulhers, Ritchie P. 

Soulhworlh, Douglas 

Soward, Lolene N. 

Sowder, Billy D. 

Sowder, Ralph D. 554 

Sowders, Dinah W. 

Sowders, Johnny L. 

Sowders, Mary C. 458 

Sowers, Charles P. 

Sowers, Hugh N. 

Spahn, Joseph P. 

Spahn, Mane M. 458 

Spain, Norman M, 

Spalding, Barbara J. 

Spalding, Edward L. 

Spalding, George W, 

Spalding, Paula K. D. 

Spa nelcr, Pamela J 

Spangler, RoberC E, 

Spanglcr, Ronald D. 

Spangler, Tommy E. 554 

Sparer, Richard L. 435 

Spargo, Donald R. 

Sparks, Carl A. 331,359,435 

Sparks, Donald R 

Sparks, Hershell W. 

Sparks, James E 

Sparks, John M 

Sparks, Marilyn 

Sparks, Sharon B 

Sparks, Tommie H. 

Sparr, Linda F. 353 

Sparrow, Forrest M. 

Spatatora, Ronald 

Spauldmg. Jo Ann 297,484 

Spaulding, Okey E.Jr 

Spaulding. Paula K 554 

Spaulding, Thomas M 484 

Spaw, Bridget T, 351 

Spaw, Harold V., Jr. 

Sprakf.BilKeD. 

Speake, Eileen G 

Spears, JudvG 

Spears, Ross » 

Speck. Jerr> A 

Speck, Larry N 153.379,435 

Speck, Michael R. 

Speed, Elsir S 

Specr. Patricia M, 

Spell. Mable R. 

Spellman.JohnT 

Spellman. Mark S. 

Spellman. William M 

Spcncc. Brcnda C. 

Spenec. Brcnda S, 

Spencc. Susan E 

Spencr. William E. 

Spencer. Betty A. 

Spencer. Carolyn 

Spencer. Charla A. 515 

Spencer. Deborah L. 554 

Spencer. Everett 

Spencer. Farley R. 

Spencer. Johns, 

Spencer. John W. 

Spencer. Julia A. 554 

Spencer. Larry C. 

Spencer. Linda C. 

Spencer. Loretta K. 

Spencer. Neva S. 554 

Spencer. Wanda A 

Spenilla. Montgomery 199.252.253 

Spicer. Deboran M 

Spiecr. Fein 

Spicer. Martha 

Spickard. Phillip 361 

Spille. Richard F.Jr 359.484 

Spiller. Karen L. 515 

Spiller. RobmS. 515 

Spillman. Ellen J 435 

Spillman. Morris P. 484 

Spillman. Ralph D- 



Spir 



c2(l8 



Spires, Dallas K. 
Spires, Eric E, 
Spires, Jennifer J. 51 5 
Spivey, Denise D. 484 
Spivey, Shelley J. 554 
Spoo, JohnC, Jr. 
Spoonamore. Linda C. 515 
Spradlm. Jeanne K. 554 
Spradlin. Madonna L. 
Spraul. Gayle E. 292.435 
Spriggs. Carroll W. 
Spnggs, Rickle D. 367 
Springate,JennieC.484 

Spnngate, Susan T. 

Springer, Elaine 554 

SPRING 114 

Spnngman, Anne F 555 

Springman, Karia C. 

Sprinkles. Joan 

Spurlin, Margaret S. 

Spurlock, Deanna V 

Spurlock. Karen 4M 

Spurlock, Kenneth K. 

Spurlock, Mary A- 

Spurlock, Susan G 515 

Spurr, Barney W 

Spurrier. Ronald W. 62,484 

Squires, Debra J. 

Srisarakam, Paisal 

Stacks, Pamela A. 555 

Stacy, Anna C. 

Stacy, Bonnie S. S. 

Stacy, Danny R- 

Stacy. Donnie R. 

Stacy. Ellen P 

Stacy. James S. 

Stacy. Janet E. 219.351.435 

Stacy. John N. 

Stacy. Willis J r 

Stafford. Cathy J. 555 

Stafford. Janice E. 515 

Stafford. Terrilce 



Stafford. Willard H- 


Stevens, John L, 


Strohmeicr, Kim D, 


Swoilord. David L. 327 


Stagg. Marloric H 


Stevens, Linda S, 515 


Strojia, Michael E. 


Swopc. Jennifer A, 556 


Staggs. Gary L. 484 


Stevens, Mark L, 555 


Strong, Dennis E, 


Sword. Douglas L. 


Stagg.s. Howard A. 
Staheli. Nancy M, 


Stevens, Marvin B, 


Strong, Joe 


Sword. Michael W, 


Stevens, Michael D 


Strong, Marvin E., Jr. 436 


Sykes.Junelle 157 
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 306 


Stahk Betty D- 484 


Stevens, Nancy A. 349 


Strong, Susan C, 436 
Stroud. Sharon C 


Slahl. Cheryl L. 515 


Stevens, Norman K, 


Synder, Keith 331 


Stahl. Patricia K. 555 


Stevens, Paul R, 


SIroup. Terryl A 


Saymanski. Willum N 


Stahlhut. Robert j. 245 


Stevens, Rebecca G, 


Strowig. Gary F 252.484 




Stahmer. Michael R, 


Stevens, Robert D 


Strucker. Linda 317 


1 


Stalker. Terry G 


Stevens, Stanley S 164 


SIrunk, Corena N, 




Stallard. Sarah F, 


Stevriisi.n Ann.' F 


Stnink. Debra A 


Tabalabai. Farrokh R 158 


Stalbns. Bobby C. 


StiwM«,l,,ldMll 1 135 


Sirunk. Lynn A, 


Tabb. James s 


Stallman. Kim M. 555 




Slrank, Pollyanna H, 


Tabor. Ernest T 


Stations. Malcolm L. 


Si. ,. MM. 11, v||,|r,,,, 1 


Strank, Roger W, 290 


Tabor. Nora \ 


Stallsworth. Phyllis 
Stalvey. Freda J, 


Sl..,jr.l Mi.h.iil 11 


Stuart, Sue E, 375,516 


Tackett. Beverly K 481 


Stcwan. Allen 1 


Stubblefield,Wdliam 260,516 


Tackett. Ijndy J 


Stambaugh. James A. 
Stambaugh. Vickie L. 484 


Stewart. Carol A, 


Slubbs, Debra L 555 


Tackett. Claudius 


Stewart. Geneva L, 


Stuck, Teresa L 


Tackett. Dirk A 


Stamm. Christine E 


Stewart. George H, 331 


Slucker. Linda S 458 


Tackett. Elaine 186.450 


Stamm, Pamela D 


Stewart. George H. Jr. 379.435 


Stucker, Mark H 555 


Tackett. Jerry 210.314.436 


Stamm, Vicky S. 291,458 


Stewart. Henry M, 


Sll lllM 1 IlliMJl. FOR 


Tackett. Larry 11 


Stamper. Clara 175 


Stewart. Jack 251 


l\i H'lluNM CHILDREN 321 


Tackett. Margaretl A, 


Stamper. Mary J. 


Stewart. Jams E, 555 


Ml niM 1 11 1 _'l 


Taekelt. Ralph 


Stamper. Nadra R. 


Stewart. John M, 


Ml lil\ \l RNMENT286 


Tackett, Selbv S 556 


Stamper. Robert K, 


Stewart. Joyce L N 


^11 lilM ^^IM1^AL EDlJtATlON 


laekett.Tere-aS 


Stamper. Rudell 


Stewart. L C Floyd 331.375.484 


y-^iii IMIiiN )2II 


Tari,Slepli™ » ,(36 


Stamper. Sharon K 


Stewart. Larry B 


SI 1 hlM M Ksls 


lagcarl, Janic- S 556 


Stamper. Shirley F 25.541.554.555 


Stewart, Laurel J 


y,sMII l\l|n\322 


TagVaoer, Kenneth 1, 


Stamper. Teresa 555 


Stewart, Lester G 


STLUtM flilll li:ATlONS380 


Talbcrl, Charles S 


Stamps. Jackie T. 


Stewart, Mae J, 


Stull. Nanci E 


Talbert, Everett D, 225.227 


Stanatand. Peggy 


Stewart. Margaret G- 


Stall, Dr. ]. C. 171 


Talbert. Lafeme 


Slandau. Linda S 


Stewart. Marilyn A 484 


Stull. Tom J, 


Talbot, Debra K. 


Stanfield. Virginia K. 292 


Stewart. Marsha S, 


Stull. William A, 


Talbott, Georgia E, 


Stanfill. Barbara A, J 


Stewart. Nancy J 


Stumbo. Timothy 


Talkie. Linda G, 484 


Stanhope. Marcia K 322 


Stewart. Patricia A, J 


Stump. Diane S 


Tallenl. Michael C 516 


Stanifer. Kenneth U 


Stewart. Roy T, 535 


Stump. Patricia K H 


TaHent. .Sharon K L, 516 


Stanland. Peggy 271 


Stewart. Susan L, 555 


Stump. Sarah M -184.532 


Talley. Lavada A 436 


Stanley. Charlotte L 292.484 


Stewart. William R. 


Stumpf. Richard k 


Tameris. Gary L 245 


Slansburt. John N. 435 


Slhreshley. Rebekah 1 351,380,484 


Sturgeon. Paul T 


Tamme. Connie J, 40.55li 


Stansbury. Patricia J 435 


Stickling. Lynn A, 349,555 


SturgiU. Kathryn L 389 


Tamura. Richard K 


Stansel. fiail A- 


Stickling, Michael D, 379 


Sturgill. Nancy L, 484 


Tandy. Sandra K 


Stansck Rick L 


Stidham, Carolyn R, 


Sturgill. Philip G 


Tankerslev. Fred M, 


Stanton. Beth A. 555 


Stidham, Frederick E, 


Slulzman. Marcia S, 555 


Tanner. John C 484 


Staples. Sarah D, 555 


Stidham, Phyllis W, 


Slutzman. Vicki. L 4.58 


Tanner. Man E, 


Stapleton. David L 324.45U 


Stidham, Ronald C, 


Sublelt. Nathan A 516 


Taplev. Charles E, 


Stapleton. Davis B. 


Stiegelmeyer, Neil D. 


Sudduth. F Scott 555 


Tapley. Sandra L 


Supklor Lindas 484 


Sligall, Debra L 515 


Suffndge. Cynthia F 


Tapp. Parker T 


Stapleton, Lu A 


Stigall. Joe S 
SlJes. Louis R 


Suggs. David E, 


Tapscott. Lanna M, 


Stapleton. Michael t: 515 


Suit, Carolyn A, 286.436 


Tardy. John S. 


Stapleton. Tela E 1) 


Mill. Judy L 


Suits, James B, 


Tarkowski. James E 


Stapleton. William W 


Slinnell. GeneP 


Sulfndge. Homer P, 436 


Tarter. Em Thi 


Stark, Karen L 297.31)4,481 


.Stinnett. Joseph M 


Sulfndge. Joyce L H 
Sullivan. Cathy L 


Tarter. Howard D, 


Stark. William A, 484 


Stinnett. Mary L 555 


Tarter. James L, 


Starks, Rommie M 515 


Slinson. Daisy H 


Sullivan. David K 198.314.329.3311, 


Tarter. Karen P 


Starnes, Arthur T, 


Slin.son. Debra C 308 


377.436 


Tarter. Ronald L, 


Staten, David L. 


Slinson. Dixie C, 


Sullivan. Lee L. 


Tarullo. Jeanne M. 211,215.436 


Stalhers, Dora M 214,515 


Stinson. John T, 


Sullivan. Mary K. 272.556 


Tarullo, Josaiph L 516 
Tate, David S, 34 


Slathers, Randall L 555 


Slivers. Charles W, 


Sullivan. Sherrie J 345.373 


Staudter, Dale J, 


Stivers. Karen D, 435 


Sullivan. Tamla C. 516 


Tate, Donna C. 


Staudter Mary A, W, 


Stockard. Ckinnie J, 


Sullivan. Ted F, 


Tate. Emma L, 


Slauffer, Barry E, 369,435 


Stockcr. Bradford L 


Sullivan. Teresa A, 458 


Tate. Jane M 


Stavilski. Alice J, 


Stoddard. John C, 


Sullivan. Timothy D 


Tale. Kathennc C, 320.484 


Stayton, Gary T. 377 


Stoddard. Robin A, 555 


Summe. David E 


Tate. Kenneth L.Jr 


Stayton,Jeffrev P 


Stoddard. Terry W 245.246.247.377 


Summe. Eleanor R, 516 


Tate. Kenneth R 


St, Clair, John M, 435 


Stodghill. Allan 288 


Summers^ Debbie A, 


Tatman. Elna C, 


St, Clair, Mark B, 


Stoess, Barry W. 36 1 


Summer!. John K 160.436 


Tatter. Deborah E 516 


Stearns, Pamela L, 555 


Stoess, Dorothy K 


Sumner. Jerry F, 516 


Tatum. Joyir A M, 
Tatum. Mary L, 


Stebbms, Susan L, 


Stoess, Stephen F, 361,484 


Sumner. Maedean 


Steck, David R, 217,435 


Stofcheck, Gary D 


Sumptet. Jimmy W, 436 


Tatum. Sylvia A, 


Steck, Pam S, 435 


Stogsdill, Doyle 


Surbeck. Rebecca ft. 


Tatum, Thomas M, 450 


Steddom, Nancy D, 


Slogsdill, Sandra S, 


Surber. Gregory W. 


TAU KAPPA EPSILON376 


Sleek Susan L. 345 


Stogsaim, Walter J 
Stokes, Deborah L 


Surface. Eva E, 436 


Taulbee, Cecil 


Steele, Betty F. 


Surface. Linda C, 


Taulbec, Dennis L. 


Steele, Brice, 111 


Stokei Linda B 353 


Surplus. Melanie A, 


Taulbee, Woodrow W. 


Steele, Dianne 


Stokes, Thomas A 555 


Surratt. Stanley D 


Tayloe, William B, 


Steele, Elizabeth F, 


Stoll, Joan F, 


Survanl. John k 


Taylor, Alice CTaylor. Amanda A, D. 


Steele, Rebecca L, 3lt),535 


Stoll, Katherine L, 


Sulfin, Deborah ,\, 


Taylor. Angela L. 292.484 


Steele, Sherry L 286,322,555 


Slollz, Paula J 308,515 


SutheHand.Charl.sJ 


Taylor. Arthur N.. Jr, 


Steele, Steven M, 


Slone, Allen W, 


Sutherland. Deborah K 217 


Taylor. Barbara S, 


Steele, Vicki A, 


Stone, Karen A 


Sutherland, Dennis D 


Taylor. BrendaJ, 


Steely, Andrea H, 305 


Slone, Kenneth G, 


Sutherland. Nona B- 


Taylor. Brian A, 484 


Steen, Cecil G. 


Stone, Margaret F. 


Sulphin.Jovcc L, 210.315.436 


Taylor. Carolyn F, 


Slcenken. MarkJ,555 


Stone, Ronald L. 555 


Sutphin.Riia G 361.373 


Taylor. Charles E. 


Steer. John K. 


Stone, Sonya L. 


Sutphin, Willuni U, 


Taylor. Charles R 


Steer. Robert K, 


Stone, Trinnitta i. 


Suiter, Jiid\ L L 


Taylor. Clayton A 


Steffan. Barbara A. 515 


Stone, Vicki S, 


Sulhr, Jam.- K 262 


Taylor. Clyde M 516 


Steffey. Judy M, 


Stoncr, Donna B, 


Sutlle. Judv IJ 


Taylor, Daniel L 


Steger. Jill E. 291.320.555 


Stoner, Gail E, B. 435 


Sutlle, Ralph E 484 


Taylor. David E 


Slehlin. Timothy A, 555 


Storm, Joelte 435 


Sullies. Betty L, 436 


Taylor. David J. 556 


Sleidel. Stan W. 


Storm, Linda S. G, 


Suttles. Pa6icia A- 


Taylor. David P, 377 


Steiet, Joseph E, 


Storm, Robert C, 436 


Sutton. George M, 


Taylor. Debra P, 


Steinberg. Mark E, 


Slory, Constance G. 458 


Sutton. Kevin B, 516 


Taylor. Diana 160,327 


Sleininger. Susan J, 


Story, Steven P 555 


Sutton. Lon E. 


Taylor, Diana J, 286,464 


Steinmelz. Judith C 322,484 


Stout, Monica A, 555 


Sutton. Sara W, 


Taylor. Diana R, B, 


Stepetak. Rita M 


Stowers, Keith A, 214,314.515 


Sutton. Virginia A 341.377.484 


Taylor. Duanc T, 


Stephan. SherylJ 


Stowers. Mary J. 


Sullon. miliom 325 


Taylor. Ehzabeth A 316.556 


Stephan. Dr. Shfrr^t 177 
Stephens, Autry L 


Stov. Lisa M 


Swafford Becky A B 


Taylor. Gary C, 


Strader. Lacy E, 308.312 


Swafford. Helen 458 


Taylor. Gary L 300.301 


Stephens, Billy J 


Strader. Michael F 


Swafford, Janeth J 516 


Taylor. Gayle A, 


Stephens, Clara 11, 


Stram. William R 


Swafford, Rov 


Taylor. George P, 369.484 


Stephens, Frieda A, 435 


Straley, Cindy K 


Swaim, Anne 271,436 


Taylor, ames L 


Stephens, Gloria J, 555 


Strange. Debbie J 555 


Swain, Barbara J 


Taylor, amie D 


Stephens, James 


Strange, Eugene 290 


Swain, Barbra L. 


Taylor, and K, 


Stephens, Jeffrey L, 


Strange, Johanna E. 


Swam, Burdell B, 


Taylor, anet L, 


Stephens, John P 


Strange, Suzanne M. 


Swain, Carolyn U. 


Taylor, anet M, 450 


Stephens. Kathleen 484 


Straten, Lana K B, 


Swain, Nancy E 556 


Taylor, aniee M 


Stephens. Kay S, C, 


Stratman. Brcnda W, 


Swallom, Donna K, 


Taylor, enniler S 


Stephens. Nick A. 


Stratton, Anthony D, 555 


Swanagm. Patricia A. 


Taylor, ohn H 556 


Stephens. Rebecca E, 310.324 


Stratton, Craig E, 436 


Swanagin. Robert L, 


Taylor. John T 260 


Stephens. Robert G, 155 


Stratton, Daniel P, 196,331,377,436 


Swangjil. Udom 


Taylor. Juanita T 


Stephens. Robcn R. 


Stratton, David C, 331,369,436 


Swango. Beverii R. 516 


Taylor. Julianne 


Stephens. Sharon A, 198,203.353, 


Slratlon, Donna L, 296,305,515 


Swann. Marvin L 288 


Taylor. Karen S. 


377,435 


Stratton, Henry 0. 1 23 


Swanson. Carolyn L, 556 


Taylor. KaUicnnc R, 436 


Stephens, Susan A. 


Stratton, Marvin D 


Swayzee. Laura L, 516 


Taylor. Keith A 


Stephens, Toni K, 


Stratton, Michael 


Swcanngen. Rickey G, 
Sweat. Susie L 


Taylor. Keith G, 


Stephenson, Anna L, 484 


Stratton, Rita K, G, 


Taylor. KenneOiJ, 


Stephenson. Charles W. 


Slratlon, Teresa L. 290,304,515 


Sweeney. Bruce E, 


Taylor. Larry D, 


Stephenson, Harry B, 


Strawn. Ronald D, 


Sweeney. Earl B 


Taylor. Letha H, 


Stephenson, Ruth A, 555 


Streed. Gregory A. 
Street. James i. 


Sweeney. Judy A. B, 436 


Taylor. Lynn 


Stepp, Ernie E. 


Sweeney. Kathleen F, 


Taylor, Marianne G 


Steppe, Erma J 


Street. Robert S, 


Sweeney. Maunce M, 331,362 


Taylor, Marvin C, 


Steppe, Jackie L, 484 


Street, Terry R, 555 


Sweeny, Michael J 516 
Sweet, Rodell S 


Taylor, Moms 123 


Sterbbng, Mark K, 435 


Streelman. Amanda L, 490.513 


Taylor, Pamela J, 


Sterling. Raymond J 


Streetman, Teresa E, 555 




Taylor, Pamela S, 


Slernbe.^ Josef V 


Strehle. Mary A. 


Swift. Diana C, 


Taylor, Patricia A 


Stemeberj. Sue J 435 
Slerrell. Cecilia G, 515 


Streight. Steven J, 225,227 


Swift. Edwin 


Taylor, Peggy L, 317,436 


Strelczyk, Andrew R, 


Swift. Nathan L, 


Taylor, Ramona S, 


Stevens. AlexaG, 


Strickland, Amy J, 516 


Swiney. Darlene 


Taylor, Robert E, 


Stevens, Chris 520 


Strickland, Debra C, 555 


Taylor. Robert W. 


Stevens, Debra C, 216,316,435 


Slnckland, Edward L. 290,436 


Swiltenburg. Jamie L 
Switzer. James R 


Taylor. Sharon 


Stevens, Harry C, II 


Slnngfellow. David L. 555 


Taylor. Teresa A, 353.436 


Stevens, Jannet M 484 


Smphng. Morla J. 3118,432 


Switzer Mary K. 


Taylor. Terry A, 556 


Stevens, John L, 


Strippelhoff. Marlene 


SWIMMING 244 


Taylor. Theodore R, 



Index and Directory 599 



hti/abclh R 55() 



MJ^^ 



l.-,,l,j 



Mil 



Mbfth M 
I. cull iJaiia 1.. A 
Irnnill, Uavid A 
ItNM,-. J50 

Irrcrll, Dibra A 291,556 
Itrrfll.Gari B 436 
IVrrrll. Linda F 
rrrnll. Barbara J 
IVrnll, Ronnie ft 
Terry. Bemice 
Terry. GeorKe L. 
Terry. Jane E 556 
Terry. John D 
TersleBgr.Mirlin 311.556 
TerwillTger. Paula A 484 
Teslaghiorgis, Demeke 
Thacker. Dava L 
Thacktr. Palricia V 308.486 
That ker, Roger B, 
Tharp. Charles R- 
Tharp, JiBline T 339 
Tharp, Karen G, 320.321.436 
Tharp. \Vai%da S. W 
Tharpe. Hugh P 213.323.436 
Theiler. David P, 252.254,255, 

369,436 
Theiss. James D 
THETA CHI 378 
Thettord, Vera A 
Thdman, Thomas J 
Thio, Lenny C. A 556 
Thoeny. WJIiamT 486 
Thomas. Clyde A 
Thomas. David L. 516 
Thomas, Deborah J 
Thomas, Deborah L 
Thomas, Debra L- 
Thoma.s, Douglas P, 516 
Thomas. Gail 



..Grace 188,292,450 

uJackW 

..James A 437 

,. James E.Jt 323.556 

sjai • 

sja. 



Thomas. John E 252 
Thomas. John P 
Thomi.-. Joyce A 
Thomas. Kathleen S 
Thomas. Marian C K. 
Thomas. Marv M 516 
Thomas, Michael 371 
Thomas. Michael ft 
Thomas, Palrick H 
Thomas, Peggy L 437 
Thomas, Ralph B 486 
Thomas, Ricardo 
Thomas, Richard M. 51b 
Thomas, Roberta L 
.Rosa J 



Thom 
Thorn 



.Rose 



Thomas. William M 
Thomason. Jame- G 
Thomasson, Brrnl 1. 
Thompson, Anthonv U 
Thomp.*m, Be.elrv J 
Thompson, BilK 
Thompson, Billv ft 
Thompson, Boniiie J 
Thomp.son, Brenda V 
Thompson, David C 
Thompson, David L 536 
Thomp,son, David ft 
Thompson. Donna G. 
Thompson, Dons M 
Thompson, Francis B 
Thompson. George ft 486 
Thompson, Jeffrey R 
Thompson, Jill M 
Thompson, John A 
Thompson, Joseph R 
Thompion, Howard 1 78 
Thompson, Larry E 
Thompson, Linda L M 
nompan. Vr. Mone 33 
Thompson, Mary B 556 
Thompson, Merita 138 
Thompson, Mmda F 302,486 
Thomp.son. Nancy C- 
Thorapson, ^lck C, 450 
Thompson, Pamela R 
Thompson, Patsy M S. 
Thompson, Reeina C 
Thompson, Robert L 
Thompson, Robert L 
Thompson. Robert Lee 
Thompson. Robert ft 
Thompson. Sally E 292.371.516 
Thompson, Sandra A 
Thompson, Sara M 
Thompson, Shclia D 556 
Thompson, Stephen R 375,556 



Thompson, Sui 
Thompson, Terrisa T- 353 
Thompson. Terry D. 
Thompson. Thomas M. 
Thompson. Timothy A. 379 
Thompson. Virginia C 
Thompson, Wavne P 
Thompson, Willier E. 
Thompson, William H 213 
Thompson. William R 437 
Thompson. Zella M. 
Thomsson. Enc P. 516 
Thombury. Charles L. 



486 



Ihornbury. Herbert 
Ihonisberry, Earlis 
Ihomlon, Donald A 



Ihoi 



. Floi 



Ihoml 
Ihorpe, Floretta M 
rhorpe, Sherman R 516 
I horpe, I hurman C 486 
Thorpe, loby A 437 
Ihrasher, Kent C. 

on. Lee A 



Thoei 
Thurr 
Thurr 
Thiir, 



, Deborah J A 



«in.y. ». 134 
TViurmon, Kelh 163 
Thurman. Ricky L 
Tlimiiles. Kandr A. 
Tiandum. Pmisuda 
Tibbs. Shirley F, 
Tichenor, Annis C. 556 
Tichenor, Patty W, 
Tierney, Larry W. 
Tiemey, Tom M , Jr 263 
Tilforci, Billy N 
Tillord, Glenn 1. 
Tiller, Gary ft 
Till.ll, BilK G 
Tilhs, Nancy j 
Tillman, James E 323 
Tillman, Mary M. 
Tillman, Michael A 
Tilson, Melissa 516 



. Paffii 



1 516 



, David H 



Ti ■ih'-t tluabeth K 
111. her. Elizabeth K 
Tin. her, James S 
Tinc. er. Linda R 197,217.437 
TingJc. David K 486 
Tingle. Jeriery D 
Tingle, Joseph R 
Tmgley. Theresa M. B- 317.437 
Tmclev.W IliamC 
Tin>ley. Karen S 339 
TmJey. Richard W 
Tinsiey. Robert W- 
Tipton. Connie C. 
Tipton, David K. 
Tipton, Donald P 
Tipton, Donna J - 
Tipton, Donnie C 
Tipton, Elsie C 
Tipton, Hope W. 
Tipton, James A. 
Tipton, James A- 
Tiplon, James W, 
Tipton. Lavne A- 
Tipton. Pamela F. 
Tipton. Sadie N C. 
Tipton. Thomas C 
Tisheuar, Nora R 516 
Titus, Martha A 323 
Tjandra, Daniel K- 
Tjandra,JohnW. 
Tobev, Hubert E. 
Todd, Alice D 556 
Todd, Bellina G, 
Todd, Brenda L. 437.476 
Todd. Can C. 450 
Todd, Georgia D. 
Todd, Henry E. 
Todd, Kenneth C, 
Todd, Urry P- 
Todd. Laura S 308,312,314,320, 

356 
Todd, Patricia A 
ToUe, Richard L, 486 
Tolbver, CordeL W, 



Tolhv 



, Shei 



ToUiver, Stephen R 556 
Tolman, Dotlie S- 
Tomamichel, Annette M 556 
Tombbn, Barbara J 
Tomblyn, Deborah A 
Tomlin, Ann G 
Tomlinson, Norman P. 
Tomiinson, William R 
Tommie, Glen D 516 
Tompkins, Barnc E, 
Tompkins. June C 
Tompkins, Roger L 
Toohrv, James M 
Toombs, Murlvn L, 292,316 
Topp, Charles D. 
Tormey,Kale M, 
Torsell, Bill A 
Totten, Richard A 
Towery, Logan R 
lowles. BumeltaC, V 



, Thom 



Townsend. Calvin M 377,437 
To\vnsend. Carolecn 
Townsend. J. Bo Pree 458.475 
Townsend, Lillie M. 
TRACK TEAM 260 



Tra 



.tvcuD. 128 
Tracv, Phillip A 
Tracy, Sherry L 516 
Trader, Robert B 213,450 
TrammelL Anita L. 
Trapp. Paula G 557 
Traugott, Douglas L. 
Trautwein, Marshall E- 
Travis. Doreen 342 
Travis. John C, 

Travis! Lawrence R, 516 

Travis. Loreen 342 

Travis, Paul D- 

Travis, Paula S. 557 

Travis. Susan K. 290.516 

Travis. Zanc G 

Trawick. Herbert A 

Traylor. Suaanne 486 

Treadway. Patti A- 216.317.437 

Treber. Michelle D. 557 

Trabolo. Joyce A. 

Trees. Ben S. 

Trent, L Coletle 486 

Trent, Reabous P. 

Trew. UlandJ. 



Tnbble, Steven B 
Inbble.Tonv 1. 
Tngg. ftandaL. 557 
Tnmble, Donna S 
Trimble, Joan 
Tnmbl. , Novena F 
Inpklt, Daniel A 437 
ln|,l.ii lij.iii B -.I6__ 

Inpp, Ni, nl, II I'.H 
Irisler, Helen J 
Iritschler, JaneE. 
Tritschler. Mary E. 318.516 
irivette, Phil D. 



. Wilha 



Trosper. Jacqueline 
Prosper. Roy S. 
Trosper, Stephen D. 
1 roth. Thomas M 

Troutman, Dekirah A 339, U, 2, 187 
IrMW.I Chester I 



Irud^Saiidtj K K 
Jruba, llisie L 118 
Irudell, David M 37: 
True, Charlotte L. 55 
True, Connie S. 
True. Donna J. 
True. Kenneth L. 



True. Robert L. 

True. Sharon V 458 

True, Stephen J 

True, Vance N. 

True.sdeU, Lee J 

Truitt, James R 

Trumbo, Lvdia J 

Irus-sell, Larry P 438 

Imssell, >hirle> J M 516 

Lang, l.eranl S 292 

l-ant H Horeme J92,5l6 

1-aiit, Virk too 292.487 

Tucker. Belly S 

Tucker. Carol A 438 

Tucker. Chester L, 

Tucker. Donald E. 

Tucker. Jack G.Jr 

Tucker. Judith L 

Tucker. Karen S 

Tucker. Mary A. 

Tucker Michael M, 367 

Tucker, Peggy L 516 

Tucker, Richard M 

Tucker, Robert E 

Tucker, Roben ft 

Tucker, Tamara L 557 

Tudor, Deborah L. 487 

Tudor, Harr\ B 

Tudor, Rhojaha K, 

Toggle, Carols n B 

Tuggle. David B 516 

Toggle, Ivan D 

Tuggle, Kalhryn M. 316.320,438 

Tuggle. Leah j. 516 

Tuggle. Paul N. 

Tuggle. Richard D 

Tuggle. Sherrye L. 557 

Tuggle. TerylJP 

Tularov. Natta 438 

Tumlinson. Timothy L. 557 

Tungate. Loraine A 450 

Tunnell. Jane E 351.37_3 

Tupman. I^vnlhia 1. 557 



Turr 



.Mar 



Turlev. Alice A J 
Turlev, Belinda G 537 
Turlev, Marion F 450 
Turley, Ruth W 



Turr 



n,Jei 



, Alfred D 
Turner, Barbara S. 
Turner, Billy R. 557 
Turner, Bonnie J. 
Turner, Brenda S, 
Turner, Charlene F 487 
Turner, Chester D 438 
Tomer, Danny J 
Turner, Darrvl G. 357,557 
Turner, Donna R 
Turner, Dorothy B 557 
Turner, Edward T 487 
Turner, Elfie M. 
Turner, Emma C 
Turner, Eva J, 

, Glenda L 320,438 



Turr 



r, Gri 



•r, Hugh C. 
Turner. Jakie F 
Turner. James T. 
Turner. Jewell D. 
Turner. Unnie L 
Tumer. Leona 
Turner, Linda L 450 
Turner, Linda S 438 
Turner, Mark A 557 
Turner, Mary M. 

:r. Mary S. 487 



Turr 



, Mer 



, Mose Jr 
Turner. NeanaS, 3T6 
Turner. Nettie H 
Turner. Norma J 
Turner. Urlando M. 
Tumer, Paula E, 
Turner, Pauline J 
Turner, Ralph D 
Turner, Ralph S. 
Turner. Randy J. 
Turner. Rebecca M. 
Turner. Samuel C 
Turner, Sandra K. 450,335 
Turner. Silas 
Turner. Sondra K 
Turner. Stephen L. 
Turner. Stephen R- 
Tumer. Susan 557 
Turner, Theresa C, 
Turner, Tommy T, 557 
Turner. V. Stephen 



Turner ft dlie 

Turning, Thomas G 

Turpin. Andrew D. 

Turpin, Craig B- 

Turpin, Henry M 

Turpin, Lilly B, 

Turpin, Ramona G. 

Tussey. Donald H. 438 

Tusscy. Margie H. 

Tusksey. Michael J 311 

Tussey. Richard L. 

Tussey. Teresa K. 557 

TutUe. Brenda J, 

Tut lie. Carol A, 

Tuttle. Donald W 

TutOe. Michael A 438 

Tuttle. William D 

Tuttle. ft ILiam R 450 

TWELFTH MGHT'83 

Twine.JoeC 

Twomey. James M. 

Tye. Evelyn P. 

Tye, Georgia K- 438 

Tye. Paula D- 

TygrelC Deborah D, 351.373 

Tyler. Comis D 

Tyler. Gary D 

Tyra, Delphia 

Tyra, Leona ft 

Tyra, Leonard R 

Tyree. John ft 

Tyree. Vaultv R 

Tyson. AmtaG, 213.286.450 

Tyson. Richard G. 

U 

I aarmorn. Montre 
LTil, Norman A 487 
Clanday. Joseph M, 536 
Clander. Kathryn L. 
lllom, Ralph D 487 



Clrr 



, ftillia 



Ulnch, Doug A. 

llsh, Roger M. 293 

I'nderdonk Paul D, 251 

Iridirhill Alan R 

I n.l.ri .1 \|.|,,dv A 317 



439 



I NM K-ll I INslMBLL 306 

I M\ 1 Ksin nHl.HtSlRA 306 

I'nseld, Belly P 

Lnsell, Billy R 324,487 

Upchurch, Hazel B 

llpchurch, Shirlev A 516 

Upchurch, ftilhamft 

Ipdike, DiannaG 

L pdike. Garland R 

Ipton. Alan B 361 

Lpton, Tamara 516 

Cran, Johns. 

UHage, Constance M. 199, 

Utiey. Francis T 

Utter, Joann 

Uttinger. Victor B. 48. 

Utz. Deborah S. 557 

Ul2, Jennifer A. 



Vagedes, Michael J 487 
Vajanabukka. Ruengcha 4511 
Valentine. Edythe M 
ValenOne. Ronnie R 
Valenbni. Dennis N, 260,367 
Valentino, Laura A 
VAL1ANETTES310 
Villance, Michael D, 
Ville»,Earl M 
Valley, Harold G, 
Valley, Shila A K 
VanarsdalT Jackie D 
Vanarsdall. Mary E 339.439 
Vanarsdall. Michael 439 
Vanblbber. Diana L. 458 
Vance. Robert W., Ill 
Vance. Roger M.. Jr 
Vancll. Janet S. 
Vancleve. Rondell L. 
Vanderboegh. Mark A 
Vanderbroek. David 
Vanderhoof. Eddie J 
Vanderhorst. Julie L 320,439 
Vanderlinde, Robert J 
Vanderhp. Patncia A 308 
Vandermolen. Cathy M- 487 
Vanderpool. Chnstv L. 
\ anderschaal. Roger W. 
Vandiver, Nina M 
Vangildcr, Carolyn L. 217,487 
Vanhook, Jenny L- 557 
Vanhook, Judy E 
Vanhook, Linda G, N 
Vanhoose, Cliflord E 
Vanhoose, Patricia L 
Vanhoo.se, Teresa G. 
Vanleuven, Rebecca J 
Vanmeter, Brad 
Vanmeter, David G,Jr 
Vanmeter, Donald R 
VannarsdalL LanaR, R 316,439 
Vaiinarsdall, Llovd E, 439 
Vannatta, Bobby E 373 

Vanover' Karen M, 
Vanpell.Joyee A 
Vanpelt, Linda C 
Vanpelt. Paul R 293,29.5,439 
Vansickle, Charles E 
Vansickle, Reecy F 
VansicUe, Richard L. 
Vanwinkle, Elwin D. 
Vanwnnkir, Glen E. 
Vanwinkle, Paul R 
Vanjant. Barbara M. 
VanzanUjudy M 
Vanzant, Roger D. 
Varble. Margaret A. 439 
Vamer. Diana L. 439 
Varney. Harold T. 
Vamey. JaneE 557 
Vamey. Janet L 
Varsakehs. Ignatius 



Vauehan, EveUn A 

Vaughan, Kenneth D 

Vaughan, Larry C. 

Vaughn, Carta k. 215,286.4.39 

Vaughn. Deborah L. 517 

Vaughn. Douglas A 

Vaughn. Vernon L 187 

Vaughn, ftilliam A 

Veerasethakul, Sudara 

Veirs. Nijel K, 

Veluzat. Jame,G 

Venable. Debra L. 557 

VencilL Sylvia C 

Venn. Wdham L. 

Venters Teresa A 

Vermillion. Donald E 

VersL Jacqueline I- 211 

Verville. Joanna J 158 

Vescio. Lvnn K 

Veseio. Michael A 517 

Vesper. Linda E 

Vest, Connie H. 377,458 

VETERANS CLUB 295 

Vetrano, Lucy E 

Vetter, Then-sa G 487 

Via. Ethel D 

Viar.s. Vicki 292 

Viel. Rosann F 205.215,219,221, 

320,439 
VieLSusanJ 517 
Vifquain, Steven N. 
Villelb, Wayne T 487 
Vincent. Claude E. 
Vlncenl. Gerald W. 
VmcenL Joni L 557 
Vincent, Richard D. 439 
Vincent, Sharon t 
Vink, Mareella 
Vinson. James R 
Vice. Stephen L 
Virgin, Deb.irah L 
Virgin, J. .anna 292,308.313 



Vittitoe, SonyaB. 
Vogedes Mark F 
VogeL Gary W. 
VogeL PhihpH- 
VogeL Ronald E. 517 
Vogelsang, Daila J 377.450 
Vogelsang. Georgette 
Voignier, Susan D, 
Volmenng, Ronald E. 357,317 
Vonderheide, Tern B 
Vonhandorf, Richard 
Vonschlutter, David H 317 
Vonsick. Hal A 375 
Voorhees. John E 
Voorhies. Elizabeth A 557 
Vorbeck, Jean A 
Vorbeck. Timothv D 487 
Voce, Linda S 
Voskamp, Herbert B 
Voskamp, Pamela C 
Volaw, Mebnda R 
Vowels, Joseph C.Jr 

W 

Waddle, Elizabeth A, 439 
Waddle, James E. 
Waddle, Melissa L. 
Wade, David M- 
Wade, Debra C- 439 
ftadc, Evelyn C. 
ft'ade. Geraldine S 
Wade. Michelle R 286.317 
Wade, Norma R P 
Wadsworth, Carole A H 
Wagers, Anga J 
WageR, Jerry E 
Wagers, Joyce A 
ftagers, ftendv L. 
ftaggener, NancyJ 
Wagner, David A. 379 
Wagner, Dennis 
Wagner, Gloria J. 
Wagner, Jane K. 487 
Wagner, Luida S. 487 
Wagner. Pamela A- 339 
Wagner, Stephen G 487 
Wagner. Terry L, 252 
Wagoner David L. 
Wagoner, Kathy J. 
Wagoner, \ aden W. 
Wahlbrink, Susan M. 557 
ftahlerl, Judith A. 325,330 
WaiLs, Deborah A. 
Wakim. William J., Jr 
Walden. Lloyd A. 
Walden. Nelson G. 
Walden. Paul H. 
Waldndge. Michael L. 
Waldrop. Barry ft 
ftaldrop. Don 375 
Waldroup. Roddy G. 
Walker Betty A- 557 
Walker. Bobby W 
Walker. Carla A. 316 
Walker. Carta J 
Walker. Charles M. 
Walker Charles S. 
Walker. Charles W 
Walker Chnstine E. 
Walker. Cindy J 517 
Walker. CvnthiaK. 
Walker. Dale R, 
Walker. Delmus R. 
Walker Dennis K 
Walker, Donald K. 
Walker Esther D 
Walker Gail A. 517 
Walker Gerald A. 
Walker, Geraldme E. 
Walker Hazel K, R, 
Walker James .M. 157 
Walker James S. 
Walker John C. 
Walker Judith L, 517 
Walker, Kenneth E, 517 



600 Index and Directory 



Walker. Li-jNr \ ll'l 
UilkT. I.oi- V 
«jlk.,. \ljn!.ir. I J 
«alk.r, MarlluH 
tt,,lk.T. MjTi II 
WJk.r, Khiijrd \ I H't 
Wjik.r K<>b.Tt U .Jr. 
Wjik.r. >jrah B. 
Walkrr. -h.lia 1). 487 
ttjlkrr Mjiilrv \ 
ttjlk.i[J. Jjii.l I. -.17 
»jn. I lurl ■ 



ttjil. Ji.luii I 
W.ill ^u-Jl. J 
\V.il|j,.'. Brjd L. 
ftj||aii,Jjmr»K. 64 
»jlU,.. JrwcllO. 
WjllJir. JoE1Ij357 
.Jo 



m7 



\V jIIj, 
KaJb. 



irld \ 



ephin J .■.'■.li.231.487 
UaUa-e, .Susan G 349 
Wallace, Walter S U 
Wallbaum. Donald K 198.334 
IVallen. Connie S 
WjllmBlord. J.ihn K (.''.7 
Walh. Laiun K 
Wall-. Nniinnj K II l.l'l 



ttals 



. Mar 



Mal.h. Harvev U 
Wal,l,. Susm B. 
Waller. Deborah N. 
Waller. Jains L. 5.^7 
Waller, kalhv L 439 
Waller. Ralpli 1 
Wallers Anna I.. 
Wallers, Arlliiirin. M U2,4)' 
Wallers. Lalln J J17 
Wallers, timer B 311 
Wallers, Janiee L. '.37 
Wallers, Le.i W 487 
Walters. Mieliele B 2113.439 
Wallers, Teresa W. 3I7.,317 
Wallers, William M. 377 
Walton, Chester C. 
Walton. Fred H. 
Walton. Michael F 
Walton. Sondra S. 
Walton. Wilham H. 
Wall!. Madeline P. 
Wampler. Anilionv 



Ward, then 1 -Ml.'. 17 

Ward. Deborah K J9.'.537 

Ward, (.nu 

Ward, J .-slev, 

Want, Jj. kie D 

Ward. J..\,e W 

Ward. Lowell S .317 

Ward. Maureen A 277.:I45,557 

Ward, Michael K 439 

Ward, .\anr» J »H7 

Ward. Ph\ll.- I 

War.l R.,;i...Jd h 

Ward. Henave D 

Ward. Kohert J 

Ward, Koiiald t. 

Ward, Sandra B. 

Ward, Sheryl L. 577 

Ward. William N. 

Warden. Uiinna I 557 

Wardlord. Ml. hael L. 

Wardrip. Ansela ti 318 

Wardrip. Kathv \ 

Wardnp, KonaldG 

Ware. .Archie L, 111 557 

Ware, Cavella W 

Ware. Patricia B 

Wan-. Wdham K 231 

Warlield. DorisJ 27l, 

Warlord. Mallie J 

Warmini!. Karl t 

Wanier, David B. 331,31)9.487 

Warner. EuBene E. 

Warner. Kirk A. 439 

Warner. Wendv M. 

Wamick. Roberta L 

Wamork. honda B 317 

Warren. Anthoni C 439 



Warr 



. Lam W 
. Uvall. 



Wai 



n.Bet 



M 



erij J 439 
en, Beverly J 439 
en, Buford R. 
en. Carl L. 
ren, Carol D. 
rtn. Curtis E. 
rtn. Dale R. 
ren. Dean .A. 557 



Wai 
Ward, 



Warren, Lli/abell. A -187 
Warren, Eliiabelh A 
Warren, John D, 
Warren, John P 
Warren, Larry A 




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his numerous maintenance tasks. 



Warren, 1 rudi B, 

Warthman. Sarah L. 518 

Warlsthlager, Keith 276 

Wartschlager, Kenneth 377.439 

Wash, James C. 

Washington, Robert L, 

Washington, Wade W 

Was,serman, Pamela B 3 I 7,349.3 1 8 

Wasson. Anne A 

Wasson. Arthur L, 

Wa.s.ion, Boy D. 198 

Walerhouse, .Shirley B. 

Waters. Ann T. 

Waters. Bruce R. 

Waters, Charles E. 

Waters. Patneia L. 

Wathen. Bonnie A 357 

Wathen. Connie L 

Wathen. Marv P 339 

Watkinss Bobbie J, B 

Watkin.s. Dale A. 487 

Watkins. Danny L. 487 

Walkin.s.EdwmR, 

WaIkins.JamesJ 

Watkmv lean I. 

Watkins, Jenniter L J I 0.3 H». 439 

Walkins.Jov.eK 

Watkin-s Mark 1 1 

Watkins. Bub.rl A 1.19 

Watson. Barbara H 

Watson. Bemila J 272 

WaLson. Charles W 

WaLson. Chnstv K 487 

Walson, Daniel E 2611.261. 439 

WaUon. Danny L 334 

Walson. Debbie L 



Wa 



,. Uoi 



Watson. Gary S 3I9.367.44U 
Watson, John P. Jr 
Watson, Karen A 537 
Watson. Kennev B 
Watson. Margaret B 440 
Watson. Mary t 337 
Walson, Marv 1. 
Watson, Michael W 



Wai 



, Neil ; 



Walters, Elmar B, 
Walters, Rachel D 487 
Watlerson. MebndaS 
Watts. Betty D. 
WatU. Ethel C. 316,557 
Watts. George C. 225 
Watts. John T- 
WatLs. Kelley G. 
Watts. Noreen 
Watts. Patricia A 558 
Watts. Bellas 
Watts. Boberl K. 
Walls. Boy L- 
Watts. Susan .\. 441) 
WalLs \ernon C 
Walls. William B 
Walls. William M 
Waugh, Aileen t. 318 
Waugh. Gregory D 
Way. Deborah L 441) 
Way. Geraldine J 
Way. James S . II 4411 
Way. Jannette M 487 
Way. Kenneth I 
Waymeyer. Nancy J 518 
Wayne. George D 
Wearren. Sylvester 
Wearli. R,.berl A 
Wealliers, lli.mell 338 
Wealher-, |...epli M 365 
Weathers. 1 u. .lie 1> 

ah L 1 It) 



We 



We 



. Dia 



Weaver. Mallory A 558 

Weaver. Peggy M. 487 

Weaver. Reba G. 

Webb. Alma K 

Webb. Calvin R. 

Webb. David L. 

Webb. Deborah M. 

Webb. Dona J 

Webb. Jean A. 

Webb. John K. 451 

Webb. Monica G 

Webb. Patricia A 

Webb. Patricia L 487 

Webb. Sharon G 

Webb. Susan L 291.518 

Webb. lanaM. 

Webb. V irgil 

Webber. Anthony L. 248.249 

Weber. Kathryn L. 214.304.518 

Weber. Lorraine L 

Weber. Martha L. 

Weber. Pamela J 358 

Weber. Steve E 

Webster. Brent C 

Webster. Cynthia S 

Webster. Denise M 

Webster. Paul E 

Webster. Robert i:.. Ill 

Weddmg. Douglas R. 245 

Weddington. Arnold L. 

Weddington. Rhonda F. 558 

Weddington. Roseman 

Weddle. Devvey W 

Weddle.JohnW . Ill 358 

Wedig. Herbert F 211.440 

Weeks. Marcia L. 



Weese. Wllhs L 

Weg.nhart. Sandra B 338 

Wehner. Judith A 

Wehr, Nancy S 

Wehunt. Pamela K 518 

Weiarid. Steven J 

Weier. Tern J. 

Weikel. Stephen E. 558 

Weimer. Roberta 1.. 

Weingartner. Anthony 558 

Weingarlner. leddy J. 251.487 

Weis. Wilham K, 260 

Welch. Brewier W 

Welch. David K, 

Welch. Diana C. 

Welch. Joetta L. 518 

Welch. Lma L. 40,318.329.518 

Welch. Susan K 558 

Welch. Wayne A 300,301.487 

Welding. Donna 353 

Weldon. Gary t 

Weldon, Lesley J 358 

W.-ldy. Patricia I 



Wheeler, Milton I, 

Wheeler. Pain, la B 195.201.215.219. 
296.308. 120. 4V1 



■iidi.lv 



317 



r Mai 



Welirr 

Welln- 

Welln. 

Wells. Billy U 

Wells. Candy L. 292.307.308. 

487.309 
Wells. Carl. Jr. 314.440 
Wells. Charles H. 
Wells, Debra K. 487 
Wells. Diana L 
Wells. Donna A. 301.339 
Wells. Donna K 
WelK Douglas E. 
Wells. Ernest B. 220.309.31 1.488 
WeUs. Frank A. Jr 
Wells. Huston D. 
Wells. James D 
WelLs. Jeffory H. 377.558 
Wells. John R. 
Wells. Leon G 488 
Wells, Marsha L. 316.488 
Wells. Michael E. 
Wells, Nancy C 
Wells. Patricia M 440 
Wells. Paul W 518 
Wells. Balph E. 
Wells. Richa E 
Wells. Sadie (^ 
WeUs. Sammie E, 
Wells. Sharon K 
Wells. Steven A 361 
Wells. Taryn K 275.349.558 
Wells. Terry L 
Wells. William D 
Wells. William P. 
Wells. Wilson L. Jr. 
Welta. Roger E. 
Wellzer. Chene A 
Wenlz. Daniel L 
Wentz. David F 295 
Wentzel. Mary L 
Wenz, Jenniter H 
WenzeL Cindy L 558 
Wemegreen. Joan B 



We 



518 



Wesley F.iiindatioii 290 

Wesely. Lorella A 140 

Wesley. Danny E 

Wesley, lma J 

Wesley. WJham C. 

West. Bemie L. 

West. Claude 0. 

West, Corluss 

West, Eileen L. 

West. Francis P, 

West. Gary L, 

West. Harry J. 367.440 

West. Larry 

West. Millard P 

West. Ronald K 

West. Rov J 538 

West. Rulus W 

West. Violet F 440 

Westerlield. John B. 375.441 

Westerfield. John R. 

Weslerfield. Johns, 558 

Weslerrield. Martha S. 518 

Weslerman. Diana L. 317.558 

WesKall. Judith E, 

Westmever. Darla A F 

Westmeyer. David E 

Westmoreland. Kalhen 488 

Westphal. Barry W 

Weslrick Charles D 558 

Wetter. Wdham A . Ill 

Wetzel. Daniel C 

Wever. Philip R 

Whalen. Michael J 

Whaley. Eileen M. 

WTialey. William H. 558 

Wheal. Lisa M. 

Wheat. Roy D. 

Wheatley. .Anna M. 

WheaUey. Carolyn 

Wheatley. Mane E 488 

Wheatley. Ronald E. 

Wheeler. Brenda S. 

Wheeler. Charles M. 

Wheeler. David A. 286.293.312 

323.518 
Wheeler. DennisJ, 
Wheeler. Elizabeth M. 
Wheeler. Gary C 371 
Wheeler. Jackie E, 
Wheeler. Karen Y 
Wlieeler. Kimbeiiy A. 
Wlieeler. Lou S. 



Wheeler 
WTieelei 



[1 1. mil 
. M 



Wheeler. William 1, 

Whelan. Gery C. 518 

Whelan. Margaret A 21 1 .219.292.296. 

320.441 
Wliicker. Jerry M 
Wliicker. Jill s 2211,431 
Whilaker B..hbi. I, 
WTiitaker. Darrell G 
Whitaker. Dean L. Jr 441 
Whilaker. lord D 
Whilaker. Gary 1) 431 
Whitaker. James A 
Whitaker. Joanne \ 
WFiitaker luanita I II 108.320 141 
WFiilakec MaiKaret P 
Whitaker. Marilyn N 
Whilaker. Patri.ia A 441 
Wliilaker. Bi. bard J 357.441 
Whitaker, Roland 
Whitaker, Sheree 11 
Whilaker, ShenI A 
Whitaker, lerry 1. 
Whilaker. IhomasB 
WTiilaker. lommv W 
Whitaker. \in.ent 
White. Ai.dtev, B 
While. Ann 1 338 
While. Arilhoiiv 1 IH 
While. Belinda I 
WTiile Betiv J 



I M 



Whil 

Whit.-. I ath.rii..- H 
White. Chrrv IS. 338 
White. Glance G. 488 
White, David G 488 
While, Debra J. 
White. Deiiise R 



llenitai: 
lli.dlev P 318 



141 



Who. 

Whil. 

Whil. 

White. Geori 

White, Gina G. 558 

While, Glenda D, 

White, Greg A 

White, Hal R, 373 

While, James E. 441 

While. James M 

White. James R. 

White. James R 558 

White. Jay 359 

White. Jeanne A, 

While, Jeflery I). 

While, Jetferv T. 

While. John D 

White. John E. 358 

White. Kenneth L. 

WTiile. Linda K 441 

White. Margaret A 558 

White. Mailene 

White, Mary P 339 

While. Melodic A 558 

White. Nkki \ 322.441 

White, Mymai:, 

IVhrle. Pamela J 

White, Bamona P 188 

While, Rebekah R 320,353,488 

While, Robert G 

White, Sam A 369,442 

White, Samuel H 488 



Whit. 



lel R 



While, Sheila 1 : 318 

While, Shelbi H 

While, Sleven V, 

While, Thomas R 308,312 

While, Thomas W. 

White, WJham D. 

White, Wdliam 1. 

Whited, Marv M 558 

Whileford, Faye B. 

Whitehead. Cynthia D. 

Whitehouse.(;vvendolyn 

Whitehous.-. Ml, hael T 488 

WhltlS. Rebe, raj 

Whitis. Timmv J 

Whillesey. Man 251 

Whitlev. Beverly K 217.488 

Whitley. Kimberlv A. 488 

Whitlev, Larrv W, 

flh.Iloclc, (.hur/er D. 134 

Whitman. Kevin W 558 

WhiLson. David B. 371 

WhiLson. Martha D. B. 

White LmdaG 518 

White Raymond 

Whitt. William B 

Whiltaker. (arol A 316 

Whillaker. Grace D 

Whiltaker. Larry 

Whillaker. William H. 375.382.518 

Whittamore. Jean W B. 

Whittamore. Karen L. 

Whiltamore. WJhe H. 

Whithngton. Kama J 

Whittlesey. Stanley 365 

Whitwortii. Juslin E 

Whitworth. Shirley J. 

Whon«Uer, Shirley R, 

WHO'S WHO 196-205 

Wiafe-Ababio, Deroy G, 442 

Wiafe-Ababio, Leroy 442 

Wiard, Mary E. 

Wickersham. Edna L 

Widup, Kay 

Wiechman, Dennis J 



Index and Director\' 601 



ftiedemcr. Lfslif A. 
WitdriKT. Melody L 
Wienljes, Sallv 219,442 
Wientji-s, Sue A. 349 
Wiemian. Nyoka A. 
Wigpni James S. 
Wiggins. Jason 
Wiggins, Joseph J 260 
Wiggins, Shiela A L. 442 
Wigginlon, Helen J- 353.442 
Wigglesworlh, William 518 
Wiggs, Byion A 
Wighl, Tonia C. 339 
WJbom, James M. 
Wilbur, [lale M. 
ttilbum. llebra A 
ftilbum, Karrn R 
Wilbum, MaikS 
Wilbum, Honda k 358 
WJce, William S, 
Wilce, William S. 
Wilcber, Bobbv J 
Wdcher, Ronald L- 
WJcox, Eveiell E. 
Wiltox, Cenie C 
Wiltox, WJhamS 
Wilde, Jeffrey A 488 
Wdder, Anthony W 
Wddet, Deborah A. 
Wilder, Palricia S. 442 
Wilder, iusan C 558 
Wilder, Vernon 0- 
Wddmg, Donna S. 
Wildmg, George E.. Jr 
WJes. Da.id A 293 
Wiley. Bobby J 
Wiley. Karen L. 518 
Wdgus. Curhs A 
Wilhelm, Ronald L 323 
Wilhrm. James A 
Wilhile. James B 
Wilhoil. Johnny W 
Wilhoil. Kay F, 
Wilhoile, Rebecca C 518 
Wilhoile. Rhonda K 
WJkenson.JackiKnnS.'-.S 
Wilkenson. James T. 518 
Wilkerson, Gar\ B. 518 
Wdkerson, Joe A 220,442 
Wdkerson. Juanila 
Wilkerson. .Margaret » 
ftilkersfin, Monty D 
WJkrrMin, William C 
Wilkinv llonR 
WilkinN>uianne 339,349 
Wilkin-. Suzanne 
Wilkin-., n. Arthur L- 
Wilkinsiin. Uebbie J, H. 
Wilkinson, Gregory V, 
Wilsinson, Sheila L 
Wilkinson. Wylma J. H. 
Wdl. Louis A. 
Wdle< 



md C, 



I, Mai 



243 



Willhit 

Willian., ... , 
WJIiam-, Arthu. „ 
Wilham.. Barbara J 
Wilham.s Bertha E 
William-, Beverly A 51 
Williams, Blanche 
ns. Brenda L. 



Willi, 
William-, 



Willijm-, tli(i:iOl 
William-, I raieE 03 
William-, Have L 
Wdhams, David L. 369 
B'lltomj, David L 213 
Williams, Dee Dee 147,383 
Williams, Donald L, 252,255,375, 

451,518 
Williams, Donald L 214 
Williams. Dorolhy A. S. 
Williams. Elizabeth C 349.518 
Hilliam-, Eme-t B 
William-, fernie I) 
Williams Irankie J 
William-. I reddle D 
William-s, Gary 1. 442 
WJliams. Gary R 
W ilhams. Gary W 252.442 
Williams. Gma L, 



ns. Ivorv L. 

n,-. Janella K 

n». Jefrey L. 558 

ns. Joan S, 

ns Joe D, 

ns Judith L 215.219.297 



).t42 



William-, Karen E. 442 



Uillij 



irlh R. 



Williams larrv 1.442 
Wilhams Leslie L. 442 
Williams LeIlonG. 518 
Williams. Loren M 
Williams. Louis C, 
Williams Mark E 
Williams Mark H 331 
Williams. Marv A 
Williams. Michael B 
Williams, Pamela A 
Williams Ray I.. 
Williams, Robert M. 
WJliams. Roland E 
Williams. Ronnie 



Williams 1 rd II 



nson, Connie 
nsun. Daniel A 

nson' Glenn L 
nson. James M. 
nson, Judy K 
nson,Jul,aK 






aE 



liamson, Paul C 
liamson, Robert L 
linger, Richard J 
lis Ann \ 
hs Jov E 442 
lis Kalhv 271 
hs Marilyn S 
hs Robert L 
lis, Zelia R 
loughby, Dennis R 
loughby, Elsler D. 
loughby, Vesta J, 
Is Beiiv S. 358 
1-, Eleanor M. 



Wil-on, Bobby W 



■on, Cathenne S 

,i.n, I harlesD 

...n, i:harlesE 

■on, I liarlesG 

...11, i.brnlS, 

,on, Dan R 361,488 

on, Deanna II 558 

«>n, Deborah A 

.on. Donald R 

on. Donna K 351,559 

,on, lloug K- 337 

■on. Eddie D 



t H. 



Wil-on, EllaK 



on.Ja 


mesE, 


on. J a 


mes S 


on.Ja 


mesT. 


on. J, 


nny 351 


Dn.Jo 


A. 


on. Joyce A. 


an.Ju 


dilh D, 292.488 


an. K 


Ihenne A 


an. K 


Uienne E 488 


in. K 


they J 


m K 


thnn L 


.n K 


U 341 


.n, la 


rry D 


2\'. 


.- W 442 


m'. M 


ra J F 
rk R. 


n, M 


u>in E. 451 


n, M 


r, A. 322 


o, M 


<bael W. 



..n. I'.,1nck C 198,32 
..n, Peggy J W. 
..n, Phyllis S 
..n, H.b.((a R 488 



n. sliaron L 349,37 


7.488 


i. Si-ler Man A 




n, Mrphen E. 




n, sie.en C. 559 




,n, Steven L. 




n, lin.ithy E, 




n, \alva L 559 




n, I ickl S 




.11, irginia . 




n. WaldonC, 359 




.n, Wanda D. 




.n. Wendell 




>n. William P 373 




n. Wilham R 




Jane \ 5.i9 





Winburn. Cynlhia C, 

Winbum. Samual L 

Winhurn, Verman R, 

Winder. David R 

Windham, Patricia L. 

Windham. Insha L 359 

Winlree, Sherr> L. 

Wing. Jill K. 518 

Wingate, Dallas, i:. 295 

Wmgale, Jane A. 559 

Wmgale, John R, 

Wmgate, Rebecca A B, 

Wingerl, Ann E 216,317,442 

Wingo, Elaine W. 

Wingo. John W, 

Winkhouse, Chns A. 

Winkle, Deborah D. 

Wmkle, Peggy Jo 217.518 

WinUer. Jill C 559 

Winkler. Randall 0. 

Winkler. Wanda J. 518 

Winnecke. John E 

Winscher, Karen A 353 

Winsetl, Gregory J. 

Wmslow. Harold L 197,213,220.442 

Wmlers. Robert J. 

Wmljen, Shirley D 271 

Wire. Richard A. 

Wires Karen J 518 

Wirth, Deborah A 489 

WIrtz, Enc W 442 

Wischer, Melvin G 318 

Wi«,, BeulahR. 

Wi.-e, (ieriS 199,349,442 

Wi-e, Karen A 214,217,296,518 

Wise, R.)bert E 

Wi-eman, Kalhenne S 

Wi-eman, Pamela J 

Wisenbaker, Sue A 



Wis 



, Dale N 



Withers. Dennis W, 489 
Withers, Freddie W 
Withers. Mary D 171.518 
Withers. Terrs S 539 



Withrow, Richard 



. Bn 



.S. 359 
. W. 



Witt. James R. 559 
Will. Kathy E, 324.422 
Witt. Linda J 
Witt, Lois J 
Witt. Mary J 
WilL Sarah A 
Will, Wilham A. 
Wittenback. Robert. Jr. 
W'lttkugle. Kimberlee 
Woeste, Dennis C. 197 
Woeste. Rick A. 
Wofford, Kr,rdiaL, 309,518 
Wogenstahl, Kathie 
Wohlleb, Nancy M 

Wolf, John L. 

Wolf. Thomas E. 

Wolfe, Donald L, 

Wolfe, Jeffrey A. 

Wolfe, Paula J 489 

Wolfe. Ronnie G. 134 

Wolfe. Stanley C 

Wolff. Jane E, 

Wolff. Mary E, 317 

Wolfzom. Stephen W. 323.559 

Womack. John H 

Wombles Lmda C 

Wombles Russell 

Wonder. Scott 371 

WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 

WiiMFN s BASKI rBALL269 

WilMLNs HH 11 HOCKEY 271 

Wo\ll\si,y\|\.vsTICS275 

WoMIN s IMMIHORM 
I ill M II .'.|.' 

WiiMIN s IMK VMI RALS272 

WiiMIN s liwis 272 

WiiMIN s \oi I MBALL267 

Wong, Kwan H G 518 



ngsc 



I, Mar 



.ck, Stephen E 315 
Wood, Andra L 
Wood, Jessie W , Jr 
Wood, Joe B, 
Wood, Kalhrvn D, 
Wood, Linda S, 559 
Wood, Mary A 317.559 
Wood. Michael G. 
Wood. Nan C. 
Wood. Nancy J. 
Wood. Pamela J 353.518 
Wood. Peter S. 
Wood. Rebecca A 
Wood. Rebecca E. 559 
Wood. Ricky W. 
Wood, Sandra N. 
Wood, Tommy G. 
Woodbery, Nancy 
Woodcock. Dara J. 
Woodcock. Janet M, 290.304,519 
Wooddell, Sandra S. 330 
Woodnng, Stephen A. 559 
Woodruff, Herbert J. 377,559 
Woodruff, Joann 489 
Woodrum, James W. 
Woodrum, Martha F. 291 
Woodell, Sandy 351 
Woods. Bobby J 
Woods, Brenda B, 
Woods Deborah A. 
Woods. Elizabeth T. 



Woods I rank B. 442 

Woods Hobert Jr 442 

Woods. James S. 

Woods Jane L. 442 

Woods, Kalhleen E. 

Woods Lawrence H. 371 

Woods Maurice E 

Woods Michael L. 225 

Woods Nellie 

WoodsPatnciaJ 

Woodi Robert E. 373 

Woodis Robert L. 

Woods Royanna E. 

Woodward. George G 108 

Woodward. June A. 

Woodward. Melissa A. 559 

Woof ter. Thomas E 
Wooldridge. Ethel F. 
Wooldndge. Sharon K 
Woolery. Lmda H. 
Wooley. Linda .M 
WooKolk, Gwendolv n A. 
Woolfork. Deborah C 559 
Woolley, Mary C. 304,559 
Woolum, Jeffrey A 
Woolums, Larry T 
Woolums, Suej, 
Woosley. Brenda 0. 
Woosley, Donald R 371 
Woosley, Donnie R, 
Wooton, Octa B. 
Woolon, Sharon D, 
Word, Marcia V 
Word, Ralph E. 
Word, Susan K, G. 
Worley, David L. 
Worley. David L. 
Worley. Shelley M- 
Wormsley.lreneJ. 
Womall. Stephen P. 
Worrell. Diana G. 



rell. In 



■ M. 



Worrell. Steven A. 

Worsham, Janet L 559 

Worsham. John C 

Worth. Janice C. 

Wren. Barbara N. 341 

WRESTLING 250 

Wnghl, Betly A. 

Wnght, Bilhe B. 

Wnghl, Carol J. 

Wnghl, Danny C. 243,367.559 

Wnghl. David L 519 

Wnghl. Donald 443 

Wnght, Donald N. 

Wnghl. Donna J. 519 

WnghL Ellen H 489 

Wnght. Elhel 

Wnght. Jerome P. 

Wnghl. Jerry L, 

Wnght. Larry R 314.443 

Wnght. Leiiha L. 

Wnghl. Lou A. 489 

Wnghl. Mark A 

Wnghl. Marsha L. 349.489 

Wnghl. Melissa L. 489 

Wnghl, Michael A 

Wnghl, OtLs K. 

Wnghl. Owen W. 

Wnghl, Raymon 362,489 

Wnght, Richard L, 

WnghURilaJ. 

Wnghl, VemeJ. 

Wnghl, Vicki D. 559 

Wnghl, Wayne E. 

Wnlt. Gordon L. 

Wa. Julian Fu.Chleu 451 

Wu, Rei Young 451 

Wullschleger. David W. 489 

Wunder. St.itt M. 559 

Wurfil. David G 319 

Wurtzbacher. Karel L 349 

Wyant. Nancy M 345.519 

Wyall. Cleveland H. 

Wyatl.Csnlhia M 559 

Wyatl. George W. 

Wyall. Rllev E. 

Wyall. Terrv G 359,443 

Wyhe, Uslie A. B. 216,317 

Wyhe, Linda D 559 

Wyhe, Slanley L,, Jr 

Wyhe, Timothy R 443 

Wyman, Robert C. 357 

Wynn, Bobby W 

W yric Is George E. 

Wysocki, Mark E. 312 

Y 

Vaden, Andrea B- 559 
Yagnesh. Safi 292 
Yamamoto. Haruko 292 
Yancey. Meredith K 324.489 
Vankey, Norma J, 
Yannetle, Cathenne 
Yarberry, Dorinda S 
Yarborough, Maggie 40 
Yarbrough, Mary A. 
Yarbrough, Roy D,Jr, 
Valer, Sammy J. 
Yales, Carol F. 559 
Yates Gary 519 
Yales James E. 
Yates Onen W. 377 
Yales Richard H. 
Yales, ThertsaJ, M, 
Yales. Warren D, 
Yeager, Celesle E, 373,519 
Veager,Jame,J 
Yeager, Larry T. 



Yeager, Pamela \. 443 
Yeager, Sharon K. 
Yeager, Jerry L. 
Yeaples. Alberla M. 
Yeamley. John W . Jr. 
Yeary. William H.. Ill 
Yeh. Richard H, 334.489 
>'eijer. Beverly 123 
Yellin, MarkH 260,519 
Yellon, Betty R 
Yellon, Harold M., Jr 
Yenan, Patty 

Yerian, Paul E 286,289,443 
Yohannes Salem 292,519 
York, Betty S. U. 
York, Fred A., Jr. 
York, Jackie R 
York, James S. 
York, Judy K. 
York, Noble D 
York, Paula M. 
York, Ruth E 
Yost, Dinah S. 
Yost, Susan M. 519 
Youmans Robert D. 
Young, Allan K. 
Young. Ardyce \ 
Young, Billie R. 
Young. Brenda D. 
Young. Brenda L, 
Young, Calhryn A, 
young, Ceciha L. 
Young, Chnslie R. 519 
Young, Conard E. 
Young, Danyl D. 241 
Young, David J 489 
Young, David M. 
Young, Donald R 
Young, Flo A. 
Young, Floyd S, 
Y'oung, Fred D, 225 
Young, Harold W. 197 
Young. Howard L. 
Young. Jan 489 
Young, Jane R. 
Young, Jeffrey F. 213,451 
Young, Jerry 260,261 
Young, Jimmy W 
Young, Juanila J, 
Young, Judilh H 
Young, Mae B 
Y'oung, Marsha L. 
Young. Marlin G. 519 
Young, Matthew P 
Young, Michael W 559 
Young, Monila G, 489 
Young, Nancy L 
Young, .Nancy R 
Young, Paula A 214,519 
Young, Regina G. 
Young, Ricky L 
Young, Robert A. 
Young, Robert N , Jr, 
Young, Rohm A. 291,559 
Young, Ronald F. 443 
Young, Rudy T 
Young, Sharon K, 559 
Young. Susan C. 144.353 
Young. Susan F. M. 
Young. Valerie C. 
Young. Vickie L 559 
Young, Wilham E. 375 
Young. Wilham P 
Youngs Sleven R 367 
Youlsey. Dia 



Yow 



i.M. 



Zagar. Andrew J 
Zaidan. Karen S 288,349,489 
Zamani, Mohammad E. 
Zeckner. Douglas J. 443 
Zegeer. Ailecn M. 
Zehnder. Mark K- 519 
Zeigler, Mary L. 490.519 
Zeils, Gregory G, 323.451 
Zeller. Beverly J. 292 
Zeller, Jan Z. 
Zellner, Barbara E. 559 
Zellner, Nancy K 
Ziehnski, Chnstine 
Ziemann, Jan E. 
Ziemann, Roy B. 312,443 
Zimmer, Thomas E 331,369,489 
Zimmerer, Lam W 519 
Zimmerman, David W 
Zimmerman, Debbie 310,359 
Zimmerman, Ela 



Zinncr, Joyce 
Zipperle, Sharon M. 519 
ZIrnhcld. Michael B. 
Zonca. Dasid A 359 
Zozula. Paul M, 
Zuber. Palncia M. 
Zuccala. Frank 377.389 
Zuercher, David A 559 
Zuercher. Richard R. 519 
Zucrncr, Douglas L. 489 
ZoUo. Brenda J 
Zumbiel, John R, 
Zurtace, Brace S 
Zurface, DianaJ 
Zunnskas, Vicki 
Zurkuhem, Sieve 252 
Zych, Debra A. 



.489 



602 Index and Directory 




Finals over and tensions relieved, these coeds rush to end another school year. 



Index and Directory 603 




} J 




Kipf 



-wsr -^ 



In Memoriam 



"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in 
Mankind; And therefore never send to know for whom the 
bell tolls; It tolls for thee." 

— John Donne 




SHERRI SHOUSE BEASEY 

Freshman 

June 9, 1974 

SAUNDRA K. BLACKBURN 

Freshman 

October 6, 1974 

DEBORAH K. BURDEN 

Sophomore 

Aprils, 1975 

DAVID BRACK DUNCAN 
Sophomore 
June, 1974 

DR. SARAH EVELYN FRANCIS 

Professor of Elementary Education 

September 11,1974 

MARK W.HANSON 

Junior 

March 10, 1975 

MRS. SUSAN HARRIS 

Associate Professor of Special Education 

September 28, 1974 

LARRY J. POPE 

Library, Periodicals 

April 3, 1975 

WILLIAM L. WALLACE 

Regent 

December 23, 1974 

ROBERT BRUCE WILLIAMSON 

Brother of Sigma Nu 

August 9, 1974 











606 Milestone 



Editor's Note 



You hold in your hands the complctioM of hours of writing and picturf' taking that to the editors tell the 
story of the first year of the second eenturv of higher education at Kastern Kentucky University. The year began 
with big hopes and aspirations for eacli and everyone of us for we were the editors of the 1975 Milestone. Final 
[)lans were made as the year progressed and changes were made to these plans when we thought we could better 
present a certain topic. I was anxiously awaiting the completion of the book but for me this was to be awhile in 
coming. On Saturday night March 1, 1975 the final pages were turned in for me to proof. After this followed a 
small celebration among the staff present and then I was off to bed to sleep for fifteen hours as it was finally 
complete. 

I accepted the position as editor knowing the headaches and tensions associated with yearbooks from my past 
year's experience. I knew this woidd be a challenge but little did I realize the extent of it. The late night work 
sessions brought to reality just how difficult meeting a deadline could be. 

As I review the past year of the Milestone certain memories pop into focus: The ACP trip to Florida, the 
Christmas Party, the early morning breakfasts, and finding the right spot for the yearbook staff photo. 1 can't 
forget the rootbeer and shrimp or milk and pizza meals that my more daring staff people would order for dinner. 
Many lasting friendships were made as we worked in harmony at times and in discord at others. 

As we waded through the jiood and bad ideas we came closer to our anticipated goal, the completion of the 
1975 Milestone. A great big thank you goes to all my staff who devoted hours and hours of time and work to the 
book. I am sure that as they review the finished product they will feel the sacrifices they made were wortliwhile. 
A special thank you to Janet Smith, Debbie Plummer and Sue Nelson for all their extra time and effort in doing 
the book. 

My managing editor Allen Rader, had to be the greatest ever. His technical knowledge pulled us through when 
I was in doubt. He was there to boost my morale when I was ready to give up. John 'Moonman' Madras, my 
business manager, was the one wlio caught all my gripes as the year went by. 

To me the pictures in the 1975 Milestone are the greatest ever. I extend a big thank you to Larry BaUey, 
University Photographer, and especially to Paul Lambert who stayed with us to those early morning hours 
printing pictures for us. Of course taking the pictures could not have been done without the staff of student 
photographers like Don Wallbaum, Rick Yeh, and Jeff Hayes. 

A thank you for sports information and art designing certainly are in order for Karl Park and Don Rist. To 
the secretaries in the Office of Public Information I can't express my gratitude for their assistance and 
understanding. Knowing the right things to do and the planning of the banquets could not have been done 
without them. 

Thank you goes to Vice President Donald Feltner for his interest in the Milestone. A very special thanks to 
our Advisor, Doug Whitlock, he was always around when 1 needed help and to answer my dumb questions. His 
encouragement and ideas helped make this book a reality. 

To the Delmar Publishing Company I extend a hearty thank you. To Ray Kidd, Bob Anderson, Ralph Van 
Dyke, and Gary McCullough a special thanks for their patience and effort in the production of this book. 
Appreciation for photo services is in line for Osborne Photo Labs, Cincinnati, Ohio for their endeavors. 

David Keith Sullivan 



Milestone 607 



Specifications 



The 1975 -MILESTONE was prepared by the students of Eastern Ken- 
tuck) University and printed bv offset hthography bv Delmar Printing 
Company, Charlotte, North Carohna. 

The paper stock is 80-pound Westvaco Coronation dull offset stock. 

The cover is a special order silver Cordoba with blind embossures, applied 
foil stamping and a black overtone. 

Body cop) for the opening 16 pages is Bodoni, 14 point with two-point 
leading; and for the remainder of the book Bodoni 12-point with two-point 
leading. All cutlines are eight-point. Senior listings are 10-point and under- 
classes, nine-point. Headlines are 24-point Times Roman. 

Divisional pages are printed. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures both four-color and black- 
and-white included Nikon (35mm), Leica (35mm), Minolta (35mm), Nik- 
kormat (35mm), Rolleiflex (2y4 x 2'/4), Maniyaflex (2'/4 x 2y4). Koni-Omega 
2'/4 X 2%) and Graferx View (4 x 5). Lens focal lengths used ranged from 
wide angle, 18mm. to telephoto 400mm. Senior and underclass portraits 
were photographed with a Beatie Portronic Camera 70mm, using dual 
Speedotron strobe lights, by Osborne Photographic Laboratories, Cincinnati. 

Press run was 8,500 copies. 



608 Specifications