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1967 Southerner 




UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 

LAUREL LAY • Editor 

EMMY LOWREY • Assistant Editor 

VOLUME 53 



contents 







ACTIVITY 


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Student Christian Federation 


73 


Student Government Association 


104 


Beauty 


121 


ATHLETICS 


125 


Football 


141 


Basketball 


150 


Cheerleaders 


152 


Marching Band 


154 


Dixie Darlings 


156 


Pom Pon Girls 


158 


Baseball 


173 


GREEKS 


177 


Intrafraternity Council 


195 


Panhellenic Council 


213 


ACADEMIC 


217 


Arts and Sciences 


249 


Business Administration 


272 


Education and Psychology 


300 


Fine Arts 


314 


Home Economics 


322 


Graduate School 


326 


Basic College 



dedication 





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DR. JOHN HORTON ALLEN, Dean of the 
University, is the man to whom we of the 1966-67 
Southerner Staff chose to dedicate this fifty-third 
volume. We feel that he is a man of principle and 
character — an outstanding example of an administrator 
informed about student interests and problems. 
When students congregate for an important formal 
occasion, Dean Allen is on the platform. ROTC 
Commissioning Ceremonies, Religious Emphasis Days, 
a University service to the community such as Shelby 
Sunday, and Basketball Invitational Tournaments, 
are all graced by the warmth and wit of this man. 
He attends, and in doing so, adds stature to the event. 
We are grateful for his presence, for seldom is a 
university blessed with so personable a dean. We hope 
this dedication will in some way express our 
appreciation for the daily contributions he makes to 
the unity of administration and student body at 
the University of Southern Mississippi. 



PROGRESS 







The purposeful progress evident in every endeavor of the 

University of Southern Mississippi is a strong steady stream 

surging us upward to ever-diversifying higher stages 

of accomplishment. 

It is the thirty-three new instructors of doctorate standing who 

chose USM this year. It is the unceasing construction . . . 

temporary inconvenience which yields a million-dollar coliseum, 

and the beautiful College Hall auditorium. 

It is the addition of a school of nursing, the long-awaited 

athletic dorm. Progress takes many forms, but it is continuous 

improvement. 

It must be the result of unified effort between Administration, 

Faculty, and Student Body. There are occasional setbacks, 

but we believe unity of purpose will eventually elevate the 

University of Southern Mississippi to a point even beyond our 

present lofty position. As enrollment continues to increase 

by more than two thousand a y£ar, the spirit will grow — 

the campus will progress; and with pride we shall 

say "USM — biggest and best." 



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Purpose is the object for which anything exists, is done, used, 

or formed. USM exists to educate; its methods are many. 

It can be harsh and hurtful. Then it will comfort. We learn to 

cope with the hurt; appreciate the comfort. We either learn 

or leave defeated. 

If we endure those first few lonely days of chaos ... we find 

limitless opportunity. USM offers much in the realm of human 

relationship. We are bound by our Southern tradition 

of friendliness. We do not exclude, but welcome and readily 

include, the newcomer to our society. We are different and 

learn from one another. We conform and call ourselves individuals. 

University's purpose is to permit this and more. The University 

of Southern Mississippi also offers much in the academic 

realm. A liberal education — one which produces well-rounded, 

contributing citizens is Southern's to give to those willing and 

eager to take. 



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University is physical. It is an entity composed of tangibles — 
the classrooms, instructors, textbooks. Ours — the University 
of Southern Mississippi — is an object of pride. It is 
structurally well planned and has an ideal geographic location. 
It is adequate in every aspect, superior in many. 
However, it is but a means. Society has created this physical 
plant to fill a need. It exists as a housing agent for the 
facilitation of the development of minds — that they might learn 
to abstractualize. University provides a set for ideas, reason, 
and solution — supplying an ordered presentation for the student, 
that he, through intellectual evolution, might benefit society. 
Without him, it would be null — merely a monument to what might 
have been. The University is only a fragment, the external. 



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We are the internal, existing to absorb. 

Prior to university enrollment we conformed to an established 
unit. We were not one, but an integral part of more. Released, 
as freshmen from that unit, we began, at the University, the 
formation of "one" with hopes of becoming complete. 
Every aspect of university life contributes to the process of 
self-realization — completion. We receive education partially from 
the classrooms. Temporarily memorized historical facts, so 
mundane, are so necessary. Some are internalized, others 
promptly disremembered. But they are the basis; they are the 
foundation of reason. 




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Parallel to the importance of academic exposure is what we 
unconsciously assimulate from the remainder of the USM 
environment. The effect of the opinions of others on the 
things which concern us. Whether to fight and possibly die in 
Vietnam, the questionable existance of God, the Great Society, 
LSD. All are paramount, but not immediate. University is 
protective. Here we confront, analyze, and deal with the 
daily crises of life and hypothetically solve the world's perplexities. 
Here contemporary problems are approachable. 
We balance the war against the threat to our present and 
future way of life, view tradition on our own terms, to form a 
religion which fits, or to decide if we possess a capacity for 
the metaphysical at all. Here we accept or reject individuality, 
a choice forced upon us by the University's attempts to 
"numberize," to make us that student file number. By rejecting 
we establish independence and self reliance. 
Still, we need the University's protective environment in order 
to develop rationality, intelligence ... to become us. Here 
under the shelter provided by the University of Southern 
Mississippi we formulate and experiment with various 
behavorial systems which will enable us to cope with and 
contribute to the future. 



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We return ... to greet the old friends . . . meet 

more. Registration . . . the one in Fall is always most 

hectic. Air Conditioned Coliseum improved 

things, but confusion and frustration can't be 

overcome . . . merely endured in increased comfort. 

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RUSH . . . impossible to describe the emotion, indecision, 
and plain old exhaustion. The effort demanded is small price 
to pay for the result. Brotherhood ... a beautiful, 
well-structured Greek system which will ever enrich the 
lives of those involved. 





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Aiteh! A charlie horse. 




Elections bring lots of interesting things out on campus. Elsie even imported 
a friend from Miss. State. 





Reigning monarchs of organization, justice, and fair play. 



Shoes ain't important, but, man, you jest gotta wear socks. 




Sherry, honey, you have to love this sport. You can't just retreat 
when minor obstacles arise. Improvise. 



Davey Bear ... a man 
happy in his role. 




Family Resemblance. 




HOMECOMING . . . is float 
stuffing and anticipation. The 
year's first big occasion. 




The KA's win house decoration 
with their torpedo theme. (Who 
will ever forget that house across 
the street?) 



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Kappa Delta takes first in Beauty 
Category with this tropical mas- 
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Alums return to 
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and remember the 
fun and frustration 
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A guy could lose a finger this way 



Originality . . . and First Place for the Pride. 




A gleaming Queen and that staid, stable Stu- 
dent Government Association President. 




Wonder if that's bubble gum or Red Man. 




No, you see, we are genuinely interested in politics. We didn't mean to cause trouble, 
but we figured since there are fifty of us we ought to run things. 



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Blondes have more fun. 



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SONG FEST . . . Chi Omega hostesses were charming as always, 

but had a surprise in store this year. Remember how cuddly and 

Christmassy they were in those bright red gowns. 

The months of practice provided an evening of first rate 

entertainment which participants enjoyed along with a rapt audience 

despite their almost tangible tension. Results: the Singing Sigs 

won again, as did the Deltas. Second Place went to Kappa 

Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu and Phi Tau were 

third-place winners. 







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C7n Omega President Vicki Prescott presents the previously rotating 
trophy to Miss Linda Mann for permanent possession. (Smile, you 
Winkle.) 




The "Siggies" (let's vote on that) annual victory serenade at Panhellenic. 



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Stumbling Jubilation. Thou shall not drink. 




BENJAMIN SAY: Horsing around good way 

to pass night or day. 

BENJAMIN SAY: Girl who lay on ten-yard line 
bound to have peace on earth. 

BENJAMIN SAY: Fowl Play best way to make eggs 
. . . but is bad business to use only one basket. 

BENJAMIN SAY: Girls who sit on rock, bound to be 
bolder. Get lost, BENJAMIN ... no more pun-ishment. 





CHI OMEGA Halloween party for sorority pledges . . . Panhellenic 
spirit. "He looks just like' my Great Uncle." 




I'll swear, that fortune teller ought to be censored. 







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'Cater watching good time. 



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BED RACE . . . Coed, IFC Sponsored, just for fun, race. . . 

Wylie, Wylie, what 'cha doin? 

Hold on to those Jams, or you'll be ruined. 

Everybody here? Pile on and let's run. . . 

Newly colonized Sigma Nu, good representation, great start. 

This is bound to become an annual event. 



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MILITARY BALL. This occasion is THE 
social event of each February. 
A receiving line including Gen. and Mrs. 
McCain and Col. and Mrs. Echols greet 
arriving guests. Senior Cadets are introduced, 
as are the ROTC sponsors. The music 
starts . . . SWINGING MEDALLIONS 
AND TOPICS FOUR . . . shoes are 
discarded, inhibitions abandoned, and 
and the Ball Swings. 



The FRESHMAN has arrived. A class 
sponsored dance for the class. Sharp. 



I have this thing about big men 





Upperclassmen excluded. . . . Frolicking Freshmen bring in spring. 




Wonder how it feels to have the biggest smile in the Freshman class? 



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IT IS FOR THE FRESHMAN TO QUESTION . . . 

Hey, who's Willie D.? . . . Sir, could you direct us 

to the Pits . . . what's wrong with white socks? . . . 

TO ADJUST TO CAMPUS LIVING . . . nine o'clock 

curfew, you've got to be kidding me! . . . happy hours? 

A raincoat over my slacks? It's 97 degrees out there 

... TO RE-ESTABLISH EQUILIBRIUM AFTER 

. . . Bald! They've stripped me of masculinity . . . this 

beanie . . . DISCOVERING THAT NECAISE 

CROSSING IS NOT THE CENTER OF THE 

UNIVERSE ... I move and talk as fast as anybody else 

. . . did you hear what that girl said? ... I made a .75, 

and that's with R.O. . . . BUT HE LEARNS . . . 

that a coke cup is no great disquise ... to beware the 

smell of cigar smoke ... to conform but 

scream individuality. 




IT IS FOR THE SOPHOMORE TO ANSWER 

. . . the man in the hat? That's our President . . . 

the pits are passe, the bridge is better . . . pink socks? 

Oh, I thought that was a long shirt-tail . . . 

TO MANIFEST HIS KNOWLEDGE . . . Nope, the 

side door of Panhellenic doesn't have an alarm 

. . . 10:30 isn't a damn bit better than nine o'clock 

. . . sure you can buy beer on Sunday night . . . 

TO MAINTAIN DESPITE CIRCUMSTANCES, 

BLOW NO COOL . . . that was the fifth number on 

the list, who's next? . . . dear Mr. X, your fly is 

unzipped ... So it is, Elton, so it is . . . Nah, I just 

spilled a little bit of bourbon ... HE KNOWS IT 

ALL . . . national parks FQ party, and nobody there 

but Smoky the Bear . . . just ask for "Pat" . . . 

no, it's 5 "Flying . . ." 



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IT IS FOR THE JUNIOR TO DOUBT ... she says there 
is more to it than that ... I wonder . . . where did you say 
this food comes from? ... I don'ts knows,' I's jest paid to pud 
it on da plate ... TO DECIDE AND JUSTIFY ... if I 
had athlete's foot maybe I could see wearing socks in the 
spring . . . Jesus wore a beard ... on page seven of the 
"Philosophy" it says . . . freedom of the press must be obsolete 
. . . Dick Tracy swears they don't need a search warrent 
. . . RATIONALIZE OR REJECT ... I'd rather keep the 
Spring Formal favor anyway ... I don't even remember that 
third night of Mardi Gras ... I wanted Petal, but guess I 
won't mind Student Teaching in Peru . . . MONOTONY'S 
FIRM GRASP GROWS STRONGER, BUT SALVATION 
COMES WITH THE SPRING ... is that really sunshine? 
. . . this Tuesday-night class is a curse, and if he's at the Capri 
I'll kill him . . . there's still one bush at Byron, but you have 

to wait in line . . . Love is . . . 




IT IS FOR THE SENIOR TO CHALLENGE ... the administration is 
wrong ... I am right . . . and . . . Yes, Sir, I do want to graduate . . . 
MEET DEFEAT, BUT REMAIN UNDEFEATED . . . just want you to 
bear in mind that indecision is the key to flexibility . . . here I am, twenty-two, 
and because of no I.D., I'm barred from Pat O'Briens . . . rather go to Harry's 
anyway ... HE IS AT THE END OF A WAY OF LIFE . . . it's all over 
but the shoutin' ... AN INDEPENDENT, RESPONSIBLE, SELF-CONFIDENT 
BEING . . . Dad better get that check down here soon, or the Bahamas 
are out . . . four years, and I don't know a damned thing . . . gotta find 
somebody to write this paper for me . . . READY AND WILLING TO MEET 
THE WORLD OUTSIDE ... a lottery system? The draft is bad enough now 
. . . think I'll try grad school . . . Go all the way over there 
alone? ... HE CAME ... HE SAW ... HE CONQUERED? 






Activity 



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ivity abounds at ISM, with 
satisfactory diversity to provide a place 
for evervone enthusiastic enough to seek 
those with similar interests. Skydiving 
to Southwestern Sales — whatever one 
desires is available. New organizations 
emerge to meet increased enrollment 
and individual desire to affiliate. The 
organizations' activities provide a means: 
for development of leadership ability, 
for recognition of worth or outstanding 
achievement, and for social growth. 



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University- Activities Council activities entertain. We may 
spectate or participate, and enjoy both. Strictly for fun 
is the wholesome activity sponsored by USM's largest 
organization. The once-a-quarter Religious Emphasis Days 
under the direction of the Student Christian Federation . . . 
the Student Government Association . . . long-awaited 
reapportionment plan passed by the Student Senate to 
insure a more fair student representation . . . selection of 
Campus Beauties and favorites . . . and the impromptu, are 
all part of the activity of Southern — Activity so vital to 
total growth, to learning to live with and appreciate 
one's fellows. 



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Membership in PI KAPPA PI national honorary 
fraternity holds for its initiated participants 
a special honor. Names of qualified candidates 
are submitted annually and an initiation banquet 
for the new members is one of the organization's 
most important social events. 
Students must receive seventy percent A's on 
ninety consecutive quarter hours of school work 
at Southern to be considered for membership 
in Pi Kappa Pi. This national society received 
its charter in 1949, and holds the recognition 
and encouragement of sound scholarship as 
one of its high ideals. 



Cicely Reynolds, Ann Bond, Vicki Prescott, Dr. John Allen. 




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One of the highest honors that can be attained by senior 
women at the University of Southern Mississippi is to 
be tapped for membership in PHI DELTA RHO. 
Projects of this local organization include providing 
the Guidance Library with materials and information 
pertaining to student guidance. Sending books 
abroad for the benefit of foreign students is one 
of the most recent projects. 

Membership selection is made by Dean Lawhorn and a 
select committee appointed by her. Membership is 
based on the worthy contributions of these women to 
their school, their association, and to themselves. 
They must rank high scholastically, and exemplify 
the qualities of a good leader. 
New members are selected each year to carry on the 
high standards of living exhibited by the Phi Delta 
Rho members, active on Southern's campus 
for twenty-four years. 




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SEATED: Shelia Prichard, Judy Lee, Miss Erestine Lawhorn, 
Bonnie Craig. STANDING: Sharon Land, Ann Bond, Sue Hum- 



phries, Vicki Prescott, Ann Pobjecky, Kay Weaver, Cindy Wat- 
lington, Mrs. Polly Wilson. 






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OFFICERS: Shelia Prichard, Secretary; Judy Lee, Presi- 
dent; Bonnie Craig, Vice-President. 




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Jim Weaver 
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FRONT ROW: Jimmy Cox, Robert Combs, Frank Cain, Delmas Crisp, Jim 
Weaver, Mark Lowrey. TOP TO BOTTOM: Stanley P. Orvis, Dr. Thomas 
Chisholm, Robert Dubay, Dr. Rector Hardin, Dr. John Nau. 



Robert Combs 
Secretary 



Dr. Rector Hardin 



FRONT ROW: Bill Cast, Breland Hill, John Turner, 
Earl Johnson, John Privett. TOP TO BOTTOM: Mike 
Howard, Henry Randazzo, Bill White, Danny Green, 
Danny Bizzell. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA recognizes and 

encourages achievement in scholarship, student 

government, social and religious affairs, and other 

diversified fields. Qualifications for membership in 

Omicron Delta Kappa are numerous and include 

character, service in campus life, outstanding scholarship 

and leadership, fellowship and dedication to democratic 

principles. It is a national honorary leadership society 

and was chartered here in 1954. To be selected for 

membership in this national society is considered the 

greatest honor that can be paid to a college man at the 

University of Southern Mississippi. 



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Who's Who 








Gary Richard Knecht 

Beltsville, Maryland 

Mathematics 



Lyne Hyne Carter 

Magnolia 

Mathematics 



Richard Judson Christmas 

Biloxi 

President IFC 

Albert Elton Andrews, Jr. 

McComb 
University Activities Council 

Mark Leonard Lowrey, Jr. 

Hattiesburg 

Student Government Association 

President 




Laurel Lay 

Newton 
SOUTHERNER Editor 



Sharon Land 

Tyler, Texas 

Music 






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Among Students 




Forty-one Southern students chosen for "Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities" have 
attained one of the highest honors to be obtained by college 
students. Accomplished in scholarship, leadership, and 
citizenship, and interested in their school's welfare, students 
belonging to "Who's Who" were selected from nominations made 
by deans, advisors, and department chairmen. 



James Moore Weaver 

Tupelo 

Mr. USM 



Karen McCloud Weaver 

Pascagoula 

Special Education 




William Louis Strohm, Jr. 

Grenada 

Music 



Bonnie Elizabeth Craig 

Prairie 
Kappa Delta President 



Fred Grady Griffin 

Jackson 

Music 

Sheila Pritchard 

Jackson 

Delta Delta Delta President 

Judith Carolyn Lee 

Greenville 
Student Government 



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Betty Sue Humphries 

DeFuniak Springs, Florida 

Home Economics 



Linda Faye Blisset 

Morton 
Home Economics 



Janice Karen Williams 

Bay St. Louis 

Music 



Byron Arthur Bracewell 

Pensacola, Florida 

Finance 



Jacob George Yuran 

Corapolis, Pennsylvania 

Business 








Clyne Adams 

Gilbertown, Alabama 

President's List 



Thomas Bailey 

Aiken, South Carolina 

Outstanding Military Student 



Ann Doris Gober 

Gulfport 
President's List 



Danny Phillip Green 
High Point, North Carolina 
Editor, STUDENT PRINTZ 



Gary Wynn Hannan 

Canton, Ohio 
Outstanding Athlete 



Byron Michael Howard 

Hattiesburg 

Outstanding Music Student 



John Robert Hubbard 

Pascagoula 

Music 



Lee Anthony Wallace 

Meadville 

Business 



Donald Neal Tidwell 

Centralia, Illinois 

Music 



Jan Regina Switzer 

Hattiesburg 

Music 



Royce Ann Sie grist 
Mason City, Illinois 
Homecoming Queen 



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Patricia Ann Hightower 
Meadville 
Panhellenic 



Vicki Lynn Prescott 

Hattiesburg 
Chi Omega President 



Alva Ann Bond 

Laurel 

Student Government 



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Ina Lynn Overby 

Bay Springs 
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Leigh Anthony Wallace 

Meadville 

Business 



Lynn Wayne Miller 

Andalusia, Alabama 

Music 





John Earl Johnson 

Hattiesburg 

Outstanding Military Student 



Robert Long Combs 

Newton 

Editor, CONTEMPORY 




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Nancy Hawthorn 

Catarpi, Virginia 

Student Government 



Thomas Crawford Hightower 

Petal 
Outstanding Military Student 



Members of the HALL OF FAME are selected by a faculty 

committee with a representative from each department on campus. 

These four people were chosen for the Hall of Fame by the 

committee which bases its selection upon campus contribution, 

character, leadership ability, and outstanding scholarship. 






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SEATED: Miss Erestine Lawhorn, Janis Campbell, Janet Shelton, 
Kathy Crowder, Patricia Hammons. STANDING: Katherine 
Schledwitz, Penny Hale, Elsie Granberry, Ann Stahler, Frances 
Stone, Sherrye Ethridge, Linda Mclnnis, Shirley Hazzlerigg, Becky 
Boone, Margaret Boone. 



The DRUID SOCIETY was formed in 1965 with the 
purpose of promoting leadership, scholarship, and 
fellowship among women of the sophomore class; and of 
promoting leadership among freshmen women. 
Requirements for membership are a 3.0 average in 
scholarship, real promise of leadership, participation 
in extracurricular activities, an outgoing and pleasing 
personality, and evidence of willingness to be of 
service to the campus community. 







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ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA, national honor society, was 
established at the University of Southern Mississippi 
in 1956 for the purpose of promoting intelligent living, 
learning, and superior scholarship on the campus. To 
earn membership a freshman woman must maintain a 
3.5 grade average her first quarter or an over-all 3.5 
average during her freshman year. Those who maintain 
the required grade average are then invited to join 
Alpha Lambda Delta. This organization gives aid to 
freshmen women who are having difficulties in their 
studies. Each year Alpha Lambda Delta presents a 
trophy to the freshman woman maintaining the highest 
over-all grade point average for the year. 



SEATED: Judy Honey cutt, Betty Lou Singley, Linda Carpenter, 
Dea Hanson, Shirley Hazzlerigg, Frances Stone, Lynn Baldwin, 
Margaret Peden, Miss Linda Buckley, Lynn Cox. SECOND ROW: 
Cheryl Hardy, Rebecca Rayfield, Charlotte Smalling, Mary Beth 
Dyess, Becky Chancellor, Louise Keifer, Joan Williams, Elsie Gran- 
berry, Patricia Collins, Romona McMichael, Kathy Crowder, Ann 
Stahler, Janet Shelton, Janis Campbell, Patricia Johnson, Patricia 
Hammons, Diane Jones, Katherine Schledwitz, Rebecca Shirley, 
Anita Boggethe, Martha Helm. 




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SEATED: Frances Stone. STANDING: Dea Hanson, 
Linda Carpenter, Lynn Baldwin, Shirley Hazzlerigg. 



PHI ETA SIGMA is a freshman honor society. 
Eligibility for membership is based solely on scholarship. 
All freshman men who earn a scholarship average 
equal to or better than a 3.5 in their first quarter of 
college will be elected. Membership is also extended for 
achieving the same minimum average on the basis of 
an entire year's work. 

This year the members of Phi Eta Sigma instituted a 
free tutoring service for freshman males. Academic 
assistance was made available in nearly every subject in 
the Basic College. Other activities included a freshman 
visitation in the fall quarter, an initiation ceremony 
and banquet, and the granting of Honors Day awards 
for outstanding academic achievement. 






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The RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS DAY 

COMMITTEE composed of students who 

are interested in planning Religious 

Emphasis Day and promoting other 

religious activities on campus. The Student 

Christian Federation Council and the 

Religious Activities Committee, with a 

group of faculty members, carefully select 

these students by their contributions to 

campus religious work and participation 

in their particular denominational group. 



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RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS COMMITTEE—FRONT ROW: Marie Johnson, Susie 
Hutto, Carol Diver, Marilyn Skrmetta, Ginny Trask, Nancy Hathorn, Pat Harrison, 
Patty Wilhite. SECOND ROW: Becky Fuller, Linda Amacker, Elaine H eider, Ann 
Stahler, Frances Nimocks, Sherry Hutchinson, Macy McKay, Linda Mclnnis. THIRD 
ROW: Evelyn Granberry, Frances Stone, Phillip Voss, Lyne Carter, Lloyd Cole, 
Seamon Thomas, John McCarty. 





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Every student of the University of 
Southern Mississippi is a member of the 
STUDENT CHRISTIAN 
FEDERATION. Its purpose is to 
provide the students with varied 
opportunities to participate in religious 
activities. A council governs and plans 
the activities of the Student Christian 
Federation. Among these activities are a 
Thanksgiving service, a Christmas Tree 
lighting, an Easter sunrise service, and a 
Religious Emphasis Day each quarter. 
There are also vesper services held each 
week in Danforth Chapel. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STUDENT CHRISTIAN FEDERATION, 
SEATED: Linda Mclnnis, Secretary; Mary Gay den Flowers, Assistant to the President; 
Frances Nimocks, President; Rev. Louie Farmer. STANDING: Darby Sowell, Treasurer ; 
Becky Boone, Vice-President; Lyne Carter, Senate Chaplain; Linda Amacker, Publicity 
Chairman; Father John Rietti, Brenda Wilson, Assistant Secretary. 

STUDENT CHRISTIAN FEDERATION OFFICERS— 
Frances Gayle Nimocks, President; Becky Boone, Vice- 
President; Linda Mclnnis, Secretary. 

Delta Alpha Chapter of PI TAU CHI is a religious society established 

on April 22, 1955, for the purpose of encouraging and recognizing 

exemplary Christian leadership, outstanding Christian character, 

and high scholastic achievement. Once every year, students and 

faculty members who have made notable contributions to the 

religious life of the university community are elected for membership. 

A banquet is held annually following initiation and elections of 

officers for the coming year are made. 

FIRST ROW: Brenda Wilson, Kay Weaver, Anne Gibbs, Pat Harrison, Donna Mclntyre, Kay Boatman, Carol Wentworth, 
Deenie Grubbs. SECOND ROW: Mark Lowrey, Dr. Charles Brent, Beverly Dale, Frances Gayle Nimocks, Marilyn Miller, Jean 
Welch, Robert Barham, Miss Erestine Lawhorn, Jim Weaver, Sharon Rawls, Mrs. Polly Wilson. THIRD ROW: Delmas Crisp, 
Lyne Carter, Al Andrews, Jim Waddell, Denson Napier, Bill Cast, Pat Welch, Jame Kelly, Dr. John Nau. 




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FRONT ROW: George L. Falldine, Vice-President; Jessise Thorn, 
Secretary-Treasurer; G. Eric Reuter, President. SECOND ROW: 
Rev. Frederick Zucker, Advisor; Wilma Ann Darnauer, Geoffrey 
Hartwig. TOP ROW: Herman Bolick. 



GAMMA DELTA is the International Association 
of Lutheran Students sponsored by the Commission on 
College and University work of the Lutheran Church- 
Missouri Synod and Governed by the students. It exists 
for one purpose : To be the obedient servant of Jesus 
Christ and His Church. The goals are, therefore, 
to worship the Triune God, to study and proclaim the 
Gospel, and to set forth Christ's way of Life by 
Christian example and teaching. Gamma Delta was 
organized in 1934 and has grown to more than 
170 chapters functioning on campuses in the 
United States and Canada. 




SEATED: Piji White, Secretary; George Martin, Treasurer; Carol 
Whetson, President; Cotton M. White, Episcopal; Heli Gray, Vice- 
President. STANDING: Nancy Barker, Judy O'Neal, Tom Backus, 
John McCarty, Robert Breuillette , Tom G. Watson, Mike Kuhn, 
Gary Gay, Claudette Crawford, Francis Robinson, Carol Went- 
worth. 



CANTERBURY CLUB, a religious organization for 
Episcopal students on Southern's campus, has prospered 
and enjoyed an inspiring year. Meetings on Tuesday 
night often were concerned with ecumenism 
and philosophies. 





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KOINONIA, which means "fellowship," is the name of 

a club open to all students, but primarily for students 

who are members of the Church of Christ. Its purpose 

is to stimulate growth toward favor with God and 

man as well as wisdom and stature. It is the desire of 

the club to cultivate Christian friends and Christian 

social attitudes while members obtain a college education. 



KOINONIA CLUB— SEATED: Martha Hutcherson, Charles 
Waldrop, President; Phil Wharton, Vice-President; Helen Lan- 
drum, Secretary; Weldon Hatcher, Advisor. STANDING: Eddie 
Brown, Tommy Baragona, Tom Hutcherson, Susan Moore, Dianna 
Flanagan, Peggy Fendley, Marsha Landrum, Sharon Waldrop. 



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The DISCIPLES OF STUDENT FELLOWSHIP is the 
Christian Church student group on campus. During its 
ten-year campus history it has endeavored to stimulate 
intellectual and spiritual growth among its members. 
Weekly meetings are held for study, fellowship and 
planning of service projects. Members join other college- 
age youth in retreats of the Mississippi Young 
Disciples Fellowship. Students are urged to become 
active in the fellowship of Central Christian Church. 
Dr. O. L. Hargis is the minister. 



SEATED: Donald Vaughn, Carolyn Hardee, Miss Massey, Ann 
Kennedy, Bill Mclnnis. STANDING: Linda Bradner, Howard 
Daniels, Carol Bass, John Ashford, Kathleen Blackburn, Carol 
Foster, Roger P. Wise, Kavanaugh Lea. 



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and the Mississippi Baptist Convention. Its largest weekly meeting, called 
Baptist Student Fellowship, is held in the University Union Building. BSU 
also sponsors a daily devotional service in the Danforth Chapel. Other 
activities are centered in a converted residence at 214 North 31st Avenue. 
These activities include Bible Study, Gytan (a mission study 
group), BSU Choir, recreation, and social events. 



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FRONT ROW: Rev. Louie Farmer, Jr., BSU 
Director; Kay Cooper, Social Chairman; Irene 
Letchworth, Enlistment Chairman; Laura 
Goyer, Records Chairman; Clint Conerly, Vice- 
President; Darby Sowell, President; Dr. David 
Knight, Faculty Advisor. STANDING: Ann 
Ladner, Publicity Chairman; Carolyn Cook, 
Choir Director; Jerrye Anderson, BSF Presi- 
dent; Betty White, Missions Chairman; Judy 
Richmond, "Vuhard" Editor; Gene Roberts, 
Student Center Chairman; Doyle Freeman, De- 
votional Chairman; Paul Douglas McWhirter, 
Gytan Chairman; Glenn Adams, Recreation 
Chairman; Ken Litton, Finance Chairman. 




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ton, President; Ed Ryder, Greg Edwards. Seated: Pat Harrison, 
Charlene Haase, Darcell Russell. 



The NEWMAN FEDERATION offers a diversified 

program which is designed to meet the needs and 

interest of all Catholic students on campus. With the 

principles of Cardinal Henry Newman, a convert and 

scholar of the Roman Catholic Faith, as its guide, the 

Newman Federation seeks to promote the religious, 

intellectual, and social aspects of life on campus. 

Through a year filled with interesting Tuesday-night 

programs, social-action projects, the building of a 

Homecoming float, Sunday-night suppers, seasonal 

dances, and various religious programs, the Newman 

Federation serves as an important facet in the lives of 

Catholic students on campus. 





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SEATED: Noble Hurdle, Carolyn Hawell, 
Miriam DeMedicis, Jimmy Waddell, Joann 
Hawze. STANDING: Gene Lawson, Denson 
Napier, Jimmy Williams, David Mangum, Mari- 
lyn McClendon, Ellen Fulton, Barbara Ray. 




WESLEY FOUNDATION is the university organization 
for students of the Methodist faith. Meetings are held 
in the Wesley Building adjacent to campus. Non- 
denominational services are held each Sunday morning 
in the building. Through its program Wesley seeks to 
provide a "home away from home" including recreation, 
fellowship, and worship, all of which may be found in the 
Wesley Foundation. Students are invited to visit the 
building which is open from 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. each day. 




WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP is the student organization on campus for 
Presbyterians and others who are interested. Its primary purpose is to lead students 
to discover God's will for their lives through being complete disciples of Christ. 
The Reverend Brister Ware, Minister to Students, guides the organization in 
weekly program meetings, study groups, and recreational retreats. Westminster 
Fellowship is active in state conferences and projects. 




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FRONT ROW: Caroline Peacock, Peggy Magehee, Carol Nix, 
Brister Ware, Linda Sigler, Jeanie Trask, Lloyd Cold. STAND- 
ING: Mary Etta McRae, Bill Stanway, Bill Campbell, Curtis 
White, Linda Richardson, Eulalia Hallman, Frances McDowell, 
Linda Wicht. 



Student Government Association 




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Second Vice-President 




Serving in an advisory capacity to the President of the Student 
Government Association is the PRESIDENTIAL CABINET. 
Each member has a specified area of business to handle, as well as 
the responsibility of promoting student welfare, 
assisting the President, and serving as a vital line between 
student body and administration. 



SEATED: Mike Henderson, Secretary of Student Relations; Marilyn Miller, 
Secretary of Publicity; Becky Parris, Secretary of Alumni Relations; Breland 
Hill, Executive Assistant. STANDING: Bill Lowrey, Attorney General; Shir- 
ley Hazzlerigg, Secretary of Calendars and Conventions; Kay Boatman, 
Secretary of Orientation; John McCarty, Secretary of Complaints and Ad- 
ministrative Relations. 



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The STUDENT COURT is the judicial power established by the Student 
Government Association. The Court has the following powers and duties: 
to interpret the Constitution, to adjudicate all Constitutional questions, 
to hear appeals from the Student Affairs Board, and to recommend 
punishment of any student for misconduct. Members of the Student court 
are appointed by the Student Government President with the approval 
of the Senate. 



Henry Randazzo, E. Albert Andrews, 
John Turner, Mark Lowrey, Chief 
Justice; Judith Lee, Dr. Leon Wilber, 
Advisor; Mary Gayden Flowers. 




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The STUDENT SENATE, which handles all legislative matters 
of the student body and carries out the objectives of the Student 
Government Association, meets at 6:30 p.m. on Monday evenings. 
Prior to this year, senators were elected by popular vote at the 
ratio of one representative per every one hundred students 
of a given classification. This senate passed a reapportionment 
proposal which will insure more appropriate representation 
of the Student body at large. The 1966-67 Student Senate also 
formed functioning committees to deal with: Senator 
Orientation, Student Service, Teacher Evaluation, Student 
Orientation, Community Relations, and Student Senate Relations. 




SENATE OFFICERS: Mike 
Morris, President Marilyn Mil- 
ler, Vice-President ; Linda Dickey, 
Secretary. 




Johnny Lazenby, Senate Presi- 
dent Spring and Fall, 1966. 




SENIOR SENATORS—SEATED: Danny Greene, Nancy Hathorn, 
Jimmy Williamson, Carolyn Helveston, Franciso Bevazo, Jane Fly, 
Laurel Lay, Lyne Carter. JUNIOR SENATORS—STANDING, 
SECOND ROW: Marilyn Skrmetta, Vicki Hendershot, Linda 



Dickey, Donna Lee Field, Frances Gayle Nimocks, Becky Parris, 
Marilyn Miller, Peggy Malone, Jose Chocron, Mike Morris, Brenda 
Wilson, Elaine Rahiam. 



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SOPHOMORE SENATORS— SEATED, FIRST ROW: Scotter 
Gill, Jennifer Eichelberger, Shirley Hazzlerigg, Janet Shelton, Bo 
Pollman, Carolyn Armstrong, Georgiana Risk, Suzzanne Johnson, 
Princey Cook, Libby Dean Falcon, Bill Lowrey. FRESHMAN 
SENATORS— Emmy Lowrey, LuLu Gamard. STANDING: Piji 



White, Ellen McCurdie, Diane Malone, Brenda Burram, Wanda 
McKae, Linda Disahroon, Cindy Ross, Don Parker, Bob Tagg, 
Gary Odom, Beverly Robinson, Vicki Farr, Sally Floyd, John 
Lippleman, Kathy Bishop, Fran Sullivan. 



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SEATED: Marsha Hive, Rebecca Hollingsworth, Treasurer; 
Jerrye Anderson, VAC Representative; Pat Chambliss, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Beverly Dale, President; Mary Ann Straham, Secretary; Miss 
Erestine Lawhorn, Advisor; Jackie Kingston. STANDING: Donna 



Mclntyre, Patty Loper, Ann Pobjecky, Becky Parris, Phyllis Land, 
Shelia Allgood, Barbara Porch, Elanie Sibley, Cherry Pousse. NOT 
PICTURED: Jane Townsend, Historian. 



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The WOMEN'S AFFAIRS BOARD, the official 
legislative body of Southern coeds, serves as 
coordinator of women student activities and revises 
all rules and regulations concerning women students. 
Quarterly activities, such as dormitory elections, 
convocations, and dormitory cultural programs, 
are sponsored by the board in order to bring the 
women close together to learn about and participate 
in student government. Each year a scholarship 
is awarded to some outstanding woman on Southern's 
campus. The Miss Southern Handbook is 
compiled to help the freshman woman become 
familiar with the way of life of the Southern coed 
before she arrives at the University. 



The PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY 

COMMITTEE was formed to discuss 

matters or problems which involve the 

school, the students, and the administration. 

This committee takes no action itself, 

but offers an opportunity for the 

administration to meet and discuss with 

the students. It is designed to bring about 

better communication and understanding 

among the teachers, the students, and the 

administration. 



Danny Green, Nancy Hathorn, Danny Bizzell, SGA 
President; Frances Gayle Nimozks, Pat Harrison. 




SCOPE X — Nancy Hathorn, Danny Greene, Mr. Wil- 
liam Kirkpatrick, Bill Lowrey, Mike Morris, Gerald Day, 
Gayden Flowers, Marilyn Miller. 



The TENTH STUDENT CONFERENCE ON PARAMOUNT 

EVENTS at the University of Southern Mississippi has been established 

to provide the student an opportunity of direct confrontation with 

the issues and problems which beset the national and international 

arenas. The purpose of SCOPE is to foster the development 

of responsibility in the leaders of tomorrow through an awareness 

of their world and society. 

Each year a timely topic is chosen, and speakers who are recognized 

authorities in the selected field and who are intimately involved in the 

centers of policy and decision-making are invited to attend a symposium 

with outstanding students from Louisiana, Alabama, and 

Mississippi, and to participate in the discussions and 

free exchanges of ideas. 









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OFFICERS— SEATED: Shirley Hazzlerigg, Secretary; Bob Posey, Vice-President; 
Jimmy Williamson, President; Janet Jones, Regional Coordinator. STANDING: Billie 
Jean Herrod, Refreshments; Carolyn Armstrong, Decorations; Jeff Murray, Publicity; 
Carolyn Hardee, Music; Bill Nelson, Publicity. NOT PICTURED: Bill Cass, Film 
Committee. 



The UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES COUNCIL 
is composed of one representative from each 
social, religious, honorary and independent 
organization, and volunteers who request 
membership on the council. 
The council plans and promotes parties, 
dances, tournaments, talent shows, and other 
activities for students. These activities are under 
the direction of the Union Program Director. 
Throughout the year the Activities Council 
has brought "Big Name Entertainment" to the 
Southern campus. Some of the big names 
this year were Martin St. James, Jack & Sally, 
Back Porch Majority, The Four Seasons and 
The Kingsmen. After-the-game-dances, 
the Christmas Dance, and the Computer Dance 
all had fine bands and provided fun 
for everyone. The Annual Mardi Gras Ball 
proved successful again with food, food, food, 
and The Basement Wall providing the music. 



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son with a gavel in appreciation of a job well done. 
Awards were presented at the UAC banquet at the 
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Jim Weaver, from Tupelo, Mississippi, has been active for four years in his 

fraternity, in music, dramatics, ROTC, and Student Government. As a 

member of Kappa Sigma fraternity he has served as Pledge Class President, 

Rush Chairman for two years, Song Director for four years, Grand Master of 

Ceremonies and Grand Master. In dramatics he received the Best Actor 

Award for 1963-64 and the Best Actor Award for Summer Stock in 1964. He 

also is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity and 

Alpha Psi Omega dramatics fraternity. 

He is a member of Scabbard and Blade, received the Distinguished Military 

Student Award, and is Vice-President of Omicron Delta Kappa. His 

fellow students have elected him Freshman Senator, Sophomore, Junior and 






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Royce Ann Segriest from Macon City, Illinois is a member of Kappa Delta 
Sorority, in which she held the office of Vice-President. She is a Dean's list 
Scholar, a member of Lambda Iota Tau, Mu Phi Epsilon, and the USM Concert 
and Marching Band. She received the Yellowjacket Outstanding Freshman 
Award and is listed among Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 
She has received many honors from Southern students: Yellowjacket Sweetheart, 
ROTC Brigade Sponsor for two years, Homecoming Queen, Freshman 
and Junior Class Favorite, Valentine Queen and Top 10 Beauty for four years. 



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FRESHMEN 

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COLLEGIATE CIVINETTES is a service 

organization exclusively for women. The 

organization was chartered this year at Southern, 

and is the only Civinettes in Mississippi. The 

primary objective of every service project 

sponsored by the club is best described by its 

motto "Builders of Good Citizenship." 






COLLEGIATE CIVITAN is a service organization dedicated to the promotion 
of good citizenship, scholastic endeavor and worthwhile service. This past year 
the USM club saw Robert Barham elected the first Governor of Mississippi 
District Collegiate Civitan and Brian Johnson as its first secretary. The club has 
just chartered the first Collegiate Civinettes Club in the state. 



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The SOUTHWESTERN EXECUTIVE SALES CLUB 

is new to Southern this year. Several qualities 

distinguish this unique and energetic organization. They are: 

a desire to be independent and self-sufficient . . . the 

possession of an optimistic and positive attitude toward 

life and the future ... a realization of the importance 

of practical experience in human relations along with 

information derived from formal education . . . 

the goal of improving mankind by the sale and 

distribution of educational material . . . the obligation 

of screening, hiring, and training capable and willing 

college students for successful summer employment 

. . . and a genuine interest in the activities and growth 

of the University of Southern Mississippi. 






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FIRST ROW: Philip C. Ainsworth, James Bankston, Stephen C. 
Burnham, Larry Lambert, Terry Cheathamb, Eugene Cosnahan, 
Lee R. Edmonson, John R. English. SECOND ROW: James M. 
Ferretl, Jimmie R. Gabucci, Danny P. Greene, Bobby O. Ham- 
mond, James R. Hood, Larry W. Jones, Elsworth Keen, II, Bur- 
rell W. Kyzar. THIRD ROW: Raymon Q. Leake, Brooks C. 
Matthews, Harold E. Parker, Bobby N. Posey, Larry E. Robinson, 
Steve R. Sims, Richard W. Skelton, Dennis P. Smith. FOURTH 
ROW: Donald W. Toler, Harry R. Turpin, Bill T. V alias, Wil- 
liam White. 



OFFICERS— SEATED: James Hood, Treasurer; Burrell Ky- 
zar, President; Bobby Posey, Secretary. STANDING: Steve 
Sims, Vice-President; Buddy Keen, Athletic Chairman. 




RHO ETA SIGMA was established as a residence hall 
service fraternity to give its members an opportunity 
for personal development, for service to others, and for 
individual expression and exchange of ideas. Its purpose 
is to serve as an organizational framework whereby 
its members, through individual service, can insure a 
better residence hall program for residents of USM. 
The organization has enjoyed excellent leadership. 
Because of this, wide participation in campus activities 
by individual members, and increased club-sponsored 
social functions, Rho Eta Sigma has attained well- 
deserved campus recognition. 




OFFICERS— FRONT: Pete Hays, Treasurer; John Turner, 
President; Frank Shemanski, Vice-President. BACK: Don 
Rohan, Social Chairman; Breton Hill, Secretary; Robert Du- 
bay, Faculty Advisor. 





FIRST ROW: Wesley Miller. Lou Mason, Ben Fournier, Joe 
McCollough, Eddie Payne, Jerry Reed, Mike Kuhn, Gary 
Silbernagel, Carlton Turner, Johnny Privett. SECOND ROW: 
Jim Hanberry, John Morrow, Warren Redden, Doug Harrison, 
John Watkins, Baxter Beavers, Don Rohan, Pete Hays, Roy 
Whatley, Danny Long. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Thaxton, 
Thomas Moody, Geoffrey Canfield, Bob Dubay, Frank She- 
manski, Willie Parnell, Joe Ernest, John Mims, Jimmy Cox, 
Henry Randazzo. FOURTH ROW: Al Walchak, Roy Rush- 
ing, Brelon Hill, Charles Tullos, John Turner. 



President John Turner presents flowers to sweethearts Simone 
Cyr and Carolyn Armstrong. 




BACK: Keith George, Ken Hollingsworth, Frank Jennings, Bill Burke, Lloyd Cole, 
Ron Phillips, George Guthrie, Monroe Frey, Bob May. FRONT: Mr. Edward Foote, 
Graduate Director of WMSU ; Donald Jackson, Sales Manager; Dan Bland, News Di- 
rector; Shirley Bland, Irvin Cuevas, Station Manager; Hank Price, Chief Announcer ; 
Harry Tisdale, Program Director; Mr. Dave Waite, Director of Radio-TV . 




The SOUTHERN BROADCASTERS is a 
unique organization formed of students interested 
in furthering broadcast education and practical 
broadcasting on the Southern campus. All members 
work on the campus radio station, WMSU, and 
have set broadcasting as their career field. 



"This is station WMSU broadcasting longer and louder 
'cross campus these days with the best in popular music." 



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The YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB of USM is 
Mississippi's most active YR university organization. The 
fifty-plus members have enjoyed a busy year which 
included sponsoring members in the elections, chartering 
a bus to hear Barry Goldwater address a rally in 
Jackson, and working for state Republican nominees 
in November. Such distinguished speakers as Dr. William 
Moye and the State Republican Chairman have 
highlighted the bi-monthly meetings. And Spring quarter 
has USM's Young Republicans Club serving as host 
for the State YR convention March 18. 





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FRONT: Joe Lewis, Parliamentarian; Laurel Lay, Second Vice-Chairman; 
Linda Kellick, Recording Secretary; Carol Diver, Corresponding Secre- 
tary. BACK: Jerry Maxey, Treasurer; Dan Kellick, Chairman; Dan Green, 
First Vice-Chairman. 




SEATED, FIRST ROW: Larry Owen (AF), Secretary; 
Glenn W. Vanvoorhis (AF), Vice-President; William Roy 
Moore, Jr. (AF), President; Dr. Miner L. Weems 
(Army), Faculty Advisor. STANDING, SECOND ROW: 



The PEN AND SWORD, a national professional 

organization, is open to students and members of the 

staff and faculty who are on active duty with the 

United States Armed Services, or who are retired 

members of the Armed Services. It was first organized 

at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1960. 

The Pen and Sword offers a social environment which 

strives to bind together the common interests of 

those with military backgrounds. 



Billy Jay (AF), Roy N. Moore (Army), Miss Katherine 
Brown, Honorary Member; Goldman E. Parrish (AF), 
Francis C. Miles (Army), Robert L. Mains (AF). 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a national service fraternity 
dedicated to the principles of leadership, friendship and 
service. It was founded at Lafayette College in Easton, 
Pennsylvania. Since 1925 over 300 chapters of Alpha Phi 
Omega have been chartered in campuses across the 
United States. Therefore, it has more chapters than any 
other men's fraterntity in the nation. Mike Ziliak served 
Alpha Phi Omega as president this year. 









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We of the SOUTHERNER STAFF present you with this 
53rd edition in hopes that this book will serve you 
hereafter as a stimulus that you might readily recall 
the many memories of this year, 1966-67. Putting a 
university yearbook together is a monumental task 
requiring literally thousands of hours of tedious work. 
It demands cooperation from all organizations and 
individuals directly or indirectly involved. When that 
cooperation is lacking, the difficulty of our job is 
compounded, often making adequate coverage of a 
particular event or organization impossible. We sincerely 
appreciate the interest and cooperation we've received 
from so many of you . . . the patience of those roommates 
who tolerated Southerner pages scattered about the 
living-room floor for days at a time . . . the organization 
Presidents who arranged meetings overnight so a 
picture could be taken. We recall the temporary panics, 
the deadlines . . . always wondering how they manage 
to fall right along with final exams. We take pride 
in the result of our efforts and, again, hope 
this Southerner will serve you well. 



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Bobby H. Morris. Frances Byrd. 



STAFF MEMBERS 

ACTIVITY 

Sachia Long 
Bobby Jean Davidson 
Liz Pittman 
Cheryl Cyr 
Julie Wingfield 
Frances Ann Byrd 
Diane Miller 
Dutchie Suditmann 
Priscilla Long 

ARTISTS 

Susan Weese 
Roxanne Tyvol 
Skipper Macdonald 

ACADEMIC 

Mary Ellen Brown 
Pam Canfield 
Barbara Jean McGregor 
Brenda Joyce Plaisance 
Jane Thompson 
Ellen McCurdie 
Frances Rodenborugh 
Lynda Richardson 
Ann Grove 
Linda Dupuy 

ATHLETIC 

Brian Johnson 
Henry Randazzo 
Nancy Goettman 
Peggy Anderson 
Jane Brophy 

COPY 

Bonnie Perritt 
Denise Rowe 

GREEK 

Beverly Johnson 
Marilyn Srmetta 
Vicki Farr 
Dale Lanius 
Diane Anders 

EDITORIAL 
ASSISTANTS 

Barbara Iversen 
Sheila Walters 
Elaine Armstrong 
Jim Ellis 
Sally Floyd 
Sharon Scruggs 




Bobby Jean Davidson and Scachia Long. 



THE SOUTHERNER 




Brian Johnson, Sports Editor. 





Jim Ellis, Photographer. 




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STANDING: Ralph Frum, Dannye Long, Glen Adams, Earl Fox 
Theron Lott, Pete Baracev, Don Fillingame, Barry Langford, Terry 
Lambert, Bill McNeese, David Howell, Fred Stevens, Scooter Gill, 
Billy Kennon, Robert Sparks, Roy Mattina, Jim Bishop. SEATED: 



Nick Vesa, Tom Moody, Sergeant at Arms; Millard Quigley, Senior 
Member; Sandy Isabell, Senior Member; Patty Wilhite, Sweet- 
heart; Henry Randazzo, President; Bill Lowrey, Vice-President; 
Phillip Voss, Treasurer. 




STANDING: Tom Moody, Sergeant at Arms; Dean Radar Grantham, Ad- 
visor; Phillip Voss, Treasurer; Scooter Gill. SEATED: Patty Wilhite, Sweet- 
heart; Henry Randazzo, President. NOT PICTURED: Bill Lowrey, Vice- 
President. 



The YELLOWJACKETS are a university tradition of 
long standing. Some of Southern's most able leaders 
are members of this seemingly mercenary crew. Original 
purpose of the organization was to boost school spirit 
and uphold USM's traditions. They eagerly greet 
incoming freshmen, see that frosh buy their beanies and 
Drawls, and willingly furnish freshmen men the 
incentive to purchase that gold and black head cover. 
Then the Yellowjackets sponsor a Beanie-Burning 
Bonfire. These gentlemen also serve as hosts 
and guides to campus visitors. 







We do a thorough job at small cost . . . and we enjoy our work. 



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Fraternity Sweethearts 




ROTC Sponsors 




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FRONT: Marilyn Skrmetta, Rangers; Sherrye Ethridge, Band; 
Jean Quesenberry, ROTC Brigade Sponsor; Weezy Ory, 1st 
Battalion; Pamela Walker, 2nd Battalion; Brenda Burnham, 3rd 
Battalion. BACK: Susan Wells, Pershing Rifles; Vicki Farr, A 
Company; Donna Lee Field, B Company; Laurel Lay, C Com- 
pany; Linda Thompson, D Company; Wanda McKey, E Com- 
pany; Debbie Haley, F Company; Drenda Spitchley, G Company; 
Carolyn Armstrong, H Company; Shirley Hazzlerigg, K Company. 
NOT PICTURED: Cindy Ross, 4th Battalion; Penny Hale, I 
Company; Diane Anders, L Company. 



The ROTC sponsors are selected by popular vote 

of the men in the ROTC program. They march 

with the troops each Wednesday afternoon and are 

responsible for boosting morale. The girls are honored 

at the annual Military Ball and this year were presented 

with silver bowls in appreciation for their service to the 

Reserve Officers Training Command at USM. 



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Brigadier General William D. McCain presents ROTC Brigade 
Sppnsor Jean Quesenberry with a bouq'uet of Roses at the 1967 
Military Ball. 




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Miss Linda Lankford, Graduate Maid 




Homecoming Court 



Miss Empress Kilpatrick, Senior Maid 



Miss Ann Bond, Student Body Maid 




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Miss Brenda Burnham, Freshman Maid 




Miss Sherrye Ethridge, Sophomore Maid 

Miss Linda Mann, Junior Maid 




Homecoming Queen 



MISS MARY SUE BAYLIS 




Miss Mary Sue Baylis, a senior from Pascagoula, 
reigned as the 1966 Homecoming Queen. 
She was selected by popular vote of the student 
body. Mary Sue's grace, charm, and obvious 
beauty served her and USM well during 
the Homecoming Festivities. 




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Miss Mississippi Miss Hospitality 

ROBBIE ROBERTSON CAROLYN ANDERSON 



Misses Robbie Robertson and Carolyn Anderson are 
shown here making one of their many public appearances 
for the state of Mississippi at Shelby Sunday at the 
USM Coliseum. Robbie Robertson was elected Miss 
Southern then became Miss Mississippi in June. She 
represented Mississippi in the Miss America Pageant. 
Carolyn Anderson became Mississippi's Miss Hospitality 
as she represented her home town of Biloxi. 




MISS MARY SUE BAYLIS 
Kappa Delta 



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MISS SHERRYE ETHR1DGE 

Delta Delta Delta 



106 




MISS ROBBIE ROBERTSON 

Delta Delta Delta 



107 




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MISS NANCY WELLS 
Phi Mu 



108 




MISS ROYCE ANN SIEGRIST 
Kappa Delta 



109 




MISS MARILYN SKRMETTA 
Chi Omega 



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MISS LINDA MANN 
Delta Delta Delta 




MISS EMPRESS KILPATRICK 
Kappa Delta 



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Kappa Delta 




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Kappa Delta 



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DONNA LEE FIELD 
Chi Omega 








GEORGIANA RISK 
Kappa Delta 



BRENDA BURNHAM 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 







ANN BOND 
Chi Omega 




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NANCY ARCHER 
Kappa Delta 







BEVERLY DALE 
Delta Delta Delta 




PENNY HALE 
Chi Omega 




POLLY WOODELL 
Chi Omega 








WEEZY ORY 
Chi Omega 



DIANE ANDERS 
Kappa Delta 






Miss Southern Pageant 




Every Spring quarter about the last of April the Student 
Government Association 2nd Vice President organizes 
and conducts a beauty pageant according to the 
official Miss America guidelines. Contestants are 
sponsored by various university organizations and 
dormitories. The 1966 pageant, under the direction of 
Miss Beverly Dale, was an outstanding one. It included 
bathing suit, talent, and evening gown competition. 
Robbie Robertson won the pageant and reigned as Miss 
USM until June when she was selected Miss 
Mississippi, whereupon first alternate Gail Reeves became 
Miss USM. The short weeks involved are full of 
emotion, tension, and fun; and many rich friendships 
are formed between contestants. 



One ivinner crowns another. 





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7966 Miss USM, Linda Mann, 1966 Miss Mis- 
sissippi, Patsy Puckett, who served as hostess 
of Southern's pageant, Robbie Robertson, pa- 
geant winner, and Gail Reeves, 1st alternate, 
display a certain sign of sisterhood. 



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Empress Kilpatrick, 2nd alternate; Robbie Robertson, Miss USM; Gail 
Reeves, 1st alternate. 




Donna Lee Field was selected Miss Congeniality by the other contestants. 



Athletics 




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Athletic participation is open to every member of USM's 
student body and serves many purposes. Increased 
physical strength and coordination ... the satisfaction of 
teamwork . . . friendships formed through group effort . . 
the desire to win, but willingness to compete with spirit 
and enthusiasm even in the face of certain defeat are 
atainable through athletic participation and add to an 
important facet of individuality. 

Whether they come through intercollegiate competition or 
intramural sports contests, the lessons of sportsmanship, 
the incomparable tastes of well-earned victories, and tht 
realization of a "team"' standing together in defeat, 
will forever hold us to USM as we depart her campus. 



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FOOTBALL SEASON- — full of color, enthusiasm, travel — a time for the 
University to unite in support of our "Stingy" Southerners. Coach Vann 
enjoyed another winning season, which closed November 26 with a 6-4 
record. From the first game against Louisiana Tech until the last with 
Alabama, USM was again rated the Number One defensive college team. 
Southern started the season by defeating Louisiana. Up north to Memphis, 
where the Southerners scored statistically, but couldn't get on the board. 

They came home with their first defeat: 6-0. Coach Underwood's vaunted 
vandals proved they were the best again in sixty-six. The Southerners 
allowed Mississippi State only 38 yards running and 47 yards passing while 
the raiders gained 83 yards on the ground and 41 in the air. Despite the 
10-9 loss for Southern, it was a contest all the way. And the Bulldogs won't 
be looking to Southern for an easy Homecoming win in the future. 

In buses, hitchhiking, in cars bearing black and gold, the student body of 
USM invaded Ole Miss to support the Southerners. And our team allowed the 
"mighty Rebs" only 8 first downs in the entire game and held them scoreless 
for three and a half quarters, while USM fans revelled in that 7-point lead. 
The game ended 14-7, Ole Miss, but Southern was not defeated. The showing 
of the team, fans, Dixie Darlings, and Marching Band warranted the pride 
felt by every Southerner as we departed. 



Coach "Pie" Van ended the year with his 16th straight winning season. 





Grouped around the water trough, soaking up shade. 



Spirit high, Southern bounced back with a crushing 27-0 
defeat of Richmond and, fired up and out for blood, the 
Southerners marched to the Oyster Bowl, met the hardest- 
hitting team of the season, and emerged victorious over 
North Carolina 7-6. The following week, Southern moved 
on to Greenville, North Carolina to battle with the 
East Carolina Pirates and came from behind to win 
35-14 over the Southern Conference Champs to assure the 
Southerners of their sixteenth straight winning season. 

To end the season, the Southerners moved to enemy 
territory and Mobile's Ladd Stadium, where the rolling 
tide and Bear Bryant defeated them for the first time in the 
last three contests between the two teams. 



COACHING STAFF—KNEELING: P W 
Thad "Pie" Vann, Maxie Lambright. 
Larry Doc" Harrington, Pete Taylor. 



Bear" Underwood, 
STANDING: James 



Coach 
Berry, 






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No. Pos. 



Ht. Wt. Class 



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10 

11 

12 
14 
16 
18 
22 
25 
26 
28 
30 
33 
34 



QB 

RCB 

QB 

RS 

RS 

QB 

FB 

LCB 

FB 

FB 

RCB 

LS 

HB-CB 



35 CB 

36 LHB 

37 HB-CB 

40 RS 

41 Spec. 

43 RHB 

44 LHB 

45 FB 

46 LHB 

47 LH-LS 

48 Spec. 

50 ET 

51 T 

52 LLB 

54 MG 

55 C 

56 C 
58 RLB 

60 LLB 

61 RG 

62 LB 

63 LG 

64 MG 

65 RG 

66 LG-LB 

67 G-MG 

68 G 

69 RLB 

70 RT 

71 RT 

73 LT 

74 RT 

75 LT 

76 RT 

77 LT 

78 LT 

79 T 

80 RE-TE 

81 RE 

82 RE-TE 

83 SE 

84 SE 

85 TE 

86 TE 

87 LE 

90 LE-SE 

91 LE-TE 

92 E-LB 



5-9 

5-9 

5-11 

5-10 

5-10 

6-1 

5-9 

5-10 

6-0 

5-8 

5-11 

6-1 

6-1 

5-10 

5-11 

6-1 

6-1 

5-11 

6-1 

5-9 

6-0 

5-11 

6-1 

P-9 

6-2 

6-3 

6-1 

6-0 

6-3 

6-3 

6-0 

5-11 

5-11 

5-11 

6-0 

5-9 

6-0 

5-10 

6-1 

5-11 

6-1 

6-0 

6-0 

6-0 

5-11 

6-2 

6-1 

6-0 

6-0 

6-0 

6-3 

6-1 

6-4 

6-2 

6-0 

6-2 

6-4 

6-3 

6-0 

6-0 

5-10 



180 Jr. 

175 Soph. 

168 Soph. 

180 Sr. 

195 Sr. 

187 Soph. 

195 Jr. 

195 Sr. 



Name 

G. Bynum 
L. Ussery 
T. McMillan 
J. Barger 
M. McClellan 
G. Bourgeois 
M. McCarty 
T. Brennen 



200 


Soph. 


G. Freidoff 


182 


Soph. 


F. Johnston 


185 


Soph. 


M. Walker 


180 


Sr. 


B. Devrow 


180 


Soph. 


T. Yelverton 


170 


Jr. 


C. Wilkes 


165 


Soph. 


D. Caughman 


185 


Jr. 


R. Wells 


185 


Soph. 


R. Windham 


190 


Sr. 


G. Sumrall 


185 


Sr. 


C. Dowd 


180 


Sr. 


E. King 


180 


Soph. 


M. Adams 


180 


Soph. 


J. Johnson 


186 


Soph. 


R. Channel 


159 


Jr. 


D. Dunaway 


220 


Jr. 


R. Johnson 


215 


Soph. 


L. Hall 


185 


Soph. 


L. Heflin 


190 


Soph. 


D. Harris 


215 


Soph. 


M. Autry 


230 


Jr. 


B. Webb 


215 


Sr. 


K. Avery 


205 


Jr. 


E. Trone 


212 


Sr. 


A. Armstrong 


185 


Jr. 


T. Garner 


210 


Jr. 


I. Kondrat 


210 


Sr. 


P. Stringfellow 


200 


Soph. 


B. Braud 


196 


Jr. 


B. McMahan 


215 


Soph. 


W. Wright 


215 


Jr. 


T. Vann 


203 


Soph. 


B. Davis 


218 


Jr. 


G. Bauchman 


210 


Jr. 


H. Huelsbeck 


240 


Soph. 


J. Meador 


220 


Jr. 


B. Hunter 


225 


Jr. 


D. McDonald 


210 


Soph. 


P. Ballard 


230 


Sr. 


A. Gill 


210 


Soph. 


T. Dorsey 


230 


Jr. 


L. Tolbert 


215 


Soph. 


W. Adkinson 


200 


Sr. 


T. Craft 


212 


Soph. 


R. Elliot 


210 


Jr. 


B. Hodges 


210 


Sr. 


L. Wright 


190 


Soph. 


S. Johnson 


215 


Jr. 


J. McAlpin 


220 


Jr. 


T. Roussel 


175 


Soph. 


J. Sullivan 


195 


Soph. 


T. Applewhite 


200 


Jr. 


R. L. Sorey 



Pa. 



Home Town 

Baker, La. 

Shreveport, La. 

Magee 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Hidelberg 

Gulfport 

New Orleans 

Savannah, Ga. 

Philadelphia 

Waynesboro 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 

Madison- 

Ridgeland 
Biloxi 

Mendenhall 
Moss Point 
Jackson 
Biloxi 

Shelby, N.C. 
Biloxi 
Pascagoula 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Jackson 
Gulfport 
Quitman 
Hattiesburg 
Gulfport, Miss. 
Mendenhall 
Hattiesburg 
Panama City, Fla 
Miami, Fla. 
Biloxi 
Meridian 
Magee 
Mahwah. 
Lucedale 
Geismer, La. 
Hattiesburg 
Jackson 
Hattiesburg 
Chickasaw, Ala. 
Parsippany, N.J. 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Hattiesburg 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Opp, Ala. 
Biloxi 
Jackson 
Magee 
Moss Point 
Biloxi 
Lumberton 
Biloxi 

Homestead, Fla. 
Baker, La. 
Magee 

Thibodaux, La. 
Mendenhall 
Bassfield 
Raleigh 



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We Recall: crowds, cold, cokes and comfort. The companionship 
and friendly fraternity rivalry. 

We Learn: there just ain't no way to keep Bear Underwood in that 
press box. The stairs rumble as he makes the field on the double. 
No wonder the defense is so great; they're afraid not to be. 

We Yell: "Give 'em Hell Southern," "Go, Go, Get 'Urn, Get 'Urn, 

UH! UH!" Go get 'em, Moose — remember one Bulldog biting 

the cement. That was real blood, guys. "Flim Flam, Bim Bam, 

Ole Miss Be Damned." Show them how to play ball, then how to party. 

We Know: How the seniors must have felt as they all went out 
that last game to meet 'Bama. We know, too, the University 
of Southern Mississippi is great as it stands. And there is 
no stopping us . . . it's SOUTHERN TO THE TOP. 












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Resume of The 1966 Football Season 



LOUISIANA TECH 

Milo shoots through for first TD of season 
against Louisiana Tech. Sumrall boots the extra 
point. Brennan intercepts and returns 16 yards. 
Milo scores again and George Sumrall adds an- 
other conversion. Score: 14-0. 





STATISTICS: 








Louisiana 


Tech 


USM 


First Downs 


6 




13 


Rushing Yards 


7 




233 


Passing Yards 


61 




30 


Passes 


25-6 




20-4 


Interceptions 


2 




2 


Punts 


12 




7-37.1 


Fumbles Lost 


1 




1 


Penalties 


30 




46 



S.L.C. 

Bynam and McCarthy put points on the 
scoreboard. Sumrall provides the margin of vic- 
tory on a 40-yard field goal. Glen's run good 
for 8 yards. The final score: 15-13. 



STATISTICS: 






Southwestern 


USM 


First Downs Rushing 


3 


11 


First Downs Passing 


4 


5 


First Downs by Penalties 


1 


1 


Total First Downs 


8 


18 


Net Yards Rushing 


1 


178 


Passes Attempted 


26 


20 


Passes Completed 


8 


6 


Passes Had Intercepted 


1 





Yards Passing 


75 


77 


Punts Average 


11-41.6 


8-38.4 


Penalties 


4-52 


5-42 


Fumbles Lost 


3 


3 



STATISTICS: 








State 


USM 


First Downs 




9 


8 


Rushing Yardage 




28 


83 


Passing Yardage 




47 


41 


Passes 




8-19 


4-14 


Passes Intercepated 


by 


1 


— 


Punts 




8-35 


9-40 


Fumbles Lost 




2 


2 


Yards Penalized 




93 


118 



OLE MISS 

First quarter bad snap to Reb punter and 
Troy is in there to block. The ball is ours on 
the four. Gary Bourgeois goes over for the TD 
and we lead 7-0 until fourth quarter, when the 
exhausted defense can hold no longer. A 57- 
yard runback of a Dunaway punt and Cunning- 
ham's score gives Ole Miss 14 to our 7. 



STATISTICS: 






Ole Miss 


USM 


First Downs 


8 


2 


Rushing Yardage 


150 


53 


Passing Yardage 


94 


45 


Passes 


7-17 


5-10 


Passes Intercepted by 








Punts 


5-37 


17-40 


Fumbles Lost 


2 


1 


Yards Penalized 


37 


37 



STATISTICS: 








VMl 


USM 


Rushing Yardage 




12 


254 


Passing Yardage 




120 


193 


Passes 




10-28 


11-16 


Passes Intercepted 


by 


1 


3 


Punts 




8-42 


4-43 


Fumbles Lost 




2 


2 


Yards Penalized 




53 


132 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Oyster Bowl — N.C. State ahead 6-0. 3 min. 
41 sec. left in play, and Milo bulls over for the 
tying score through combined efforts of Fried- 
hoff, Fife, McClellan and Wells. Southern's mar- 
gin of victory provided by SumralPs conversion. 
Score : 7-6. 



STATISTICS: 






NCS 


USM 


First Downs 
Rushing Yardage 
Passing Yardage 
Passes 


12 

70 

206 

13-35 


13 

115 

108 

9-12 


Interceptions 
Punts 

Fumbles Lost 
Yards Penalized 


2 

6-37.5 

1 

24 


10-39.7 



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EAST CAROLINA 

Coming from behind, Southern belts East 
Carolina 35-14. Mike hits McAlphine once and 
Dowd twice for goals. Highlight — Johnson runs 
92 yards for TD and Davis intercepts for a 
36-yard goal. George kicks for 2 conversions. 









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MEMPHIS STATE 

Southerners in scoring position several times, 
but penalties plague them. Sumrall misses a 
few field goals — then a pass interference call 
sets up Tiger TD. A pass from McMillan to 
Dowd sparks last minute hope, but time and an 
interception end this heartbreaker. 



STATISTICS: 






MSU 


USM 


First Downs 


9 


14 


Yards Rushing 


111 


104 


Yards Passing 


6 


174 


Total Offense 


117 


278 


Passes 


1-11 


15-34 


Passes Intercepted 


2 


1 


Punts 


9-40.8 


8-40.4 


Fumbles 








Yards Penalized 


3-35 


8-11.6 



MISS. STATE 

Southerners rack up a total of 124 yards as 
opposed to the Maroons' 85 yards. Devrow 
intercepts 2 passes. Bourgeois scores TD. George 
kicks a 34-yard field goal. Despite Vandals' ex- 
cellent defense, State emerges victorious, 10-9. 



RICHMOND 

McCarthy carries for first TD. Mike hits 
Dowd for 62-yard pass and run for second TD. 
On 43-yard run Milo makes the third. Brennan 
intercepts, six plays later. McClellan hits John- 
son for final TD. Sumrall kicks 3 PAT's. 





STATISTICS: 






Richmoi 


d USM 


First Downs 


6 


18 


Rushing Yards 


_1 


197 


Passing Yards 


114 


116 


Total Offense 


113 


363 


Passes Com.-Att. 


14-29 


Passes Int. by 





2 


Fumbles lost 








Punt-avg. 


8-36.7 


4-43.0 


Penalties 


15 


42 



V.M.I. 

The Raiders shine — out of 6 TD's, McClellan 
carries for 3. Wells carries 47 yards to paydirt. 
Milo makes 2. Sumrall kicks 6 straight field 
goals — final score is a crushing 42-6. 

130 



STATISTICS: 






ECS 


USM 


First Downs 


11 


20 


Rushing Yardage 


127 


258 


Passing Yardage 


114 


126 


Passes 


10-17 


7-13 


Passes Intercepted by 


1 


2 


Punts 


9-42 


6-45 


Fumbles Lost 








Yards Penalized 


56 


103 



ALABAMA 

Beautiful day, high hopes, color and grandeur, 
as 41,010 fans turn out to see the nation's No. 
1 defense meet 'Bama. Well, they meet: South- 
ern fights and loses. The Tide is fast, furious, 
and the Bear won't be beat. 'Nuf said. 



STATISTICS: 






Alabama 


USM 


First Downs 


19 


6 


Rushing Yardage 


158 


39 


Passing Yardage 


190 


64 


Passes 


15-27 


5-23 


Passes Intercepted by 


3 


2 


Punts 


6-37.2 


10-40.5 


Fumbles Lost 





2 


Yards Penalized 


5 


29 



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SOUTHERN 14 



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Southern plows through Louisiana Tech defense to victory. 
SOUTHERN 15 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 13 SOUTHERN O 



MEMPHIS STATE 6 





The dead lay littered as 
Ken Avery and Troy 
Craft bring down their 
quarry. 






SOUTHERN 9 



MISSISSIPPI STATE 10 



One lone bulldog trying to get 
through Larry Tolbert, George 
Sumrall, Elbert Trone, and Tom- 
my Brennan, 'rots-a-ruck fella. 




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SOUTHERN 7 



OLE MISS 14 




Untold woe befalls Tom Smith as big Ski flattens him and 
Avery finishes him off. 



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SOUTHERN 27 



RICHMOND 



One of the many plays which produced the 27-0 win over 
Richmond. Robert Wells eludes a would-be tackier. 




SOUTHERN 42 



VMI 6 






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Surrounded by the enemy, Mike McClellan runs through VMI defenses. 




SOUTHERN 35 



EAST CAROLINA 14 



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McClellan carries and gets caught; that 
Ref ought to be on this side. 



Good block — clear field. 



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Milo plows through the Pirates. 



SOUTHERN 







ALABAMA 36 



The Tide Rolls. 






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1966 Football Freshmen Roster 



No. 



Name 



Pos. Ht. Wt. 



10 


Tom Davis 


QB 


5-10 


170 


11 


Steve Fore 


QB 


6-0 


161 


12 


Perry Coggin 


QB 


5-10 


205 


14 


Russell Miles 


QB 


5-11 


168 


15 


Rusty Windham 


QB 


5-11 


183 


16 


Mike Letort 


QB 


5-11 


170 


20 


Wesley Bowen 


FB 


6-1 


192 


22 


Billy Brinkman 


FB 


5-9 


168 


25 


Billy Selman 


FB 


5-10 


219 


28 


Alan Isler 


FB 


5-11 


205 


30 


Jim Blevins 


HB 


5-10 


180 


33 


Ken Gillian 


HB 


5-9 


160 


35 


Lamar Carter 


HB 


5-8 


153 


36 


Jimmy Holder 


HB 


5-8 


163 


42 


Mike Lips 


HB 


5-10 


171 


44 


Henry Quick 


HB 


6-2 


201 


45 


Richard Wood 


HB 


5-11 


169 


51 


Jim Stringer 


C 


6-1 


215 


54 


Dan Fairchild 


C 


6-0 


190 


57 


Fred Waites 


C 


6-1 


205 


60 


Mike Battles 


G 


5-11 


167 


61 


Willie Hinton 


G 


5-9 


220 


62 


David Ballard 


G 


6-0 


203 


70 


Radell Key 


T 


6-1 


228 


72 


Scott Chisholm 


T 


5-10 


260 


73 


Rex Barnes 


T 


6-2 


258 


76 


Sidney Ponder 


T 


6-4 


210 


77 


Bob Shepherd 


T 


6-1 


241 


81 


Larry Harris 


E 


6-1 


187 


82 


Keith Sanders 


E 


6-0 


203 


83 


Jim Butler 


E 


5-11 


195 


84 


Harry Thomas 


E 


6-0 


200 


85 


Toby Vance 


E 


6-3 


186 


86 


Brandy Johnson 


E 


6-0 


180 


87 


Winston Armonc 


E 


6-3 


232 



Hometown 

Mobile, Alabama 
Flomaton, Alabama 
New Market, Alabama 
Wiggins, Mississippi 
Jackson, Mississippi 
Biloxi, Mississippi 
Mendenhall, Mississippi 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Columbia, Mississippi 
Theodore, Alabama 
Valley Head, Alabama 
Albertville, Alabama 
Magee, Mississippi 
Pearl-McLaurin, Mississippi 
Vicksburg, Mississippi 
New Orleans, Louisiana 
Meraux, Louisiana 
Madison-Ridgeland, Mississippi 
Quitman, Mississippi 
Napoleonville, Louisiana 
Sylacauga, Alabama 
Petal, Mississippi 
Jackson, Mississippi 
Petal, Mississippi 
Vero Beach, Florida 
Dadeville, Alabama 
Mendenhall, Mississippi 
Melbourne, Florida 
Mendenhall, Mississippi 
McComb, Mississippi 
Madison-Ridgeland, Mississippi 
Panama City, Florida 
Ackerman, Mississippi 
Opp, Alabama 
Chalmette, Louisiana 



Coach: Billy Larson 

Assistants : George Rodman, Tom Price 



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USM FRESHMEN 








Southern 


0; 


Marion Institute 


13 






Southern 


14; 


Tulane 


22 






Southern 


7; 


Florida State 


34 






Southern 


13; 


Memphis State 


10 














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any finer . . . the world's most televised 
band. Whatever else is said about 
November 26, look below and know that 
the Dixie Darlings and this band 
beat 'Bama badly. 






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try to enthuse. 

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through rain, cold and heat — 
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and cheering. These are the 
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BASKETBALL . . . excitement . . . pom-pon girls . . 
crowds, and large ones too . . . USM Invitational, 
Bayou Classic . . . enthusiasm, in the stands and on the 
court . . . Kockersperger makes the impossible . . . 
Ladner runs court . . . Hannan "intercepts" . . . No. 15 
fouled who? . . . Golden Giants do battle with 
mighty Frosh Team . . . look out, the Frosh have what 
it takes . . . Golden Giants end season with 
impressive 16-8 record. 



Southern 


Miss. 


76 


Southern 


Miss. 


87 


Southern 


Miss. 


77 


Southern 


Miss. 


63 


Southern 


Miss. 


89 


Southern 


Miss. 


82 


Southern 


Miss. 


83 


Southern 


Miss. 


87 


Southern 


Miss. 


99 


Southern 


Miss. 


54 


Southern 


Miss. 


63 


Southern 


Miss. 


52 


Southern 


Miss. 


84 


Southern 


Miss. 


82 


Southern 


Miss. 


87 


Southern 


Miss. 


90 


Southern 


Miss. 


102 


Southern 


Miss. 


95 


Southern 


Miss. 


93 


Southern 


Miss. 


68 


Southern 


Miss. 


102 


Southern 


Miss. 


76 


Southern 


Miss. 


99 


Southern 


Miss. 


101 


Southern 


Miss. 


89 



SCORES 

Samford (Hattiesburg) 71 

Southeastern Louisiana (Hammond) 92 

Alabama (USM Invitational) 65 

Miss. State (USM Invitational) 72 

Alabama (Tuscaloosa) 103 

Ole Miss. (Hattiesburg) 73 

Nicholls State (Bayou Classic) 69 

U. Southwestern La. (Bayou Classic) 90 

St. Bernard (Hattiesburg) 67 

Texas Western (EI Paso) 84 

Texas Western (El Paso) 76 

Memphis State (Memphis) 65 

Spring Hill (Mobile) 66 

Northwestern La. (Hattiesburg) 70 

Louisiana Tech (Ruston) 95 

Centenary (Hattiesburg) 73 

Delta State (Hattiesburg) 88 

Samford (Birmingham) 85 
Southeastern Louisiana (Hattiesburg) 77 

Spring Hill (Hattiesburg) 47 

Millsaps (Hattiesburg) 67 

Delta State (Cleveland) 71 

Northwestern La. (Natchitoches OT) 102 

Centenary (Shreveport) 97 

Louisiana Tech (Hattiesburg OT) 81 



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Garry Kochersperger and Garry Hannan, Co-Captains of 
the 1967 basketball team. 



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 





1966 


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No. 


Player 


Pos. 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Class 


Hometown 


5 


Donald Maestri 


Guard 


5-11 


170 


Soph. 


New Orleans, La. 


15 


Brice Thornbury 


Guard 


6-2 


210 


Junior 


Ashland, Ky. 


20 


Steve Campbell 


Forward 


6-5 


190 


Junior 


Chillicothe, Ohio 


21 


Gary Hannan 


Forward 


6-4 


215 


Senior 


Canton, Ohio 


22 


Ronnie Kidd 


Center 


6-6 


225 


Senior 


Charleston, W.Va. 


31 


Bill Edkins 


Center 


6-8 


210 


Soph. 


New Orleans, La. 


33 


Berlin Ladner 


Forward 


6-4 


200 


Junior 


Necaise Crossing, Miss 


35 


Robert Swindle 


Guard 


6-2 


175 


Soph. 


Gulfport, Miss. 


41 


Gary Kochersperger 


Guard 


6-3 


170 


Senior 


Roslyn, Pa. 


43 


Pat Murphy 


Guard 


5-11 


165 


Senior 


Valley Station, Ky. 


45 


Jack Lockhart 


Forward 


6-5 


190 


Soph. 


Pikeville, Ky. 


50 


Frank Baker 


Guard 


6-1 


175 


Junior 


Meridian, Miss. 


51 


Burkett Ross 


Guard 


6-1 


185 


Soph. 


Hattiesburg, Miss. 


55 


Ronnie Shivers 


Guard 


5-10 


180 


Soph. 


Bassfield, Miss. 










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The joy of his thousand fans. That hair under his perfectly molded 
arms only adds to the masculinity. The all-important image is 



never shadowed, never streaked. He is "Gates' 
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High-jumping Mike Newell is good for two. 




SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


129 


Clarke College 


53 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


83 


Pensacola Navy 


101 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


105 


Alabama 


85 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


79 


Ole Miss 


69 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


78 


Pensacola JC 


92 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


91 


Snead JC 


75 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


93 


East Mississippi JC 


82 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


82 


LSU 


97 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


95 


East Mississippi JC 


81 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


132 


Gulf Coast All-Stars 


79 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


81 


Alabama 


102 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


110 


Gordon Military 


79 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


76 


Northwestern Louisiana 


81 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


118 


IFC All-Stars 


64 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


84 


Independent All-Stars 


64 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


77 


Ole Miss 


80 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


87 


Pearl River JC 


43 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


105 


Gulf Coast All-Stars 


81 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


86 


LSU 


94 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


85 


Mississippi State 


70 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


97 


Mississippi State 


74 


SOUTHERN MISS. 


97 


Northwestern Louisiana 


91 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


89 


Centenary 


68 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


94 


USM Alumni 


82 



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1966-67 Freshman 


Basketball 


Roster 






No. 


Name 


Pos. 




Hgt. 




Wgt. 


Hometown 


5 


Tommy Taylor 


Forward 




6-2 




160 


New Orleans, La. 


13 


Richard Fulkerson 


Guard 




6-1 




155 


Magee, Miss. 


15 


John Vitrano 


Guard 




6-2 




190 


New Orleans, La. 


21 


John Hester 


Forward-Guard 




6-2 




215 


Union, Miss. 


35 


Mike Newell 


Guard 




6-1 




180 


Hueytown, Ala. 


41 


Paul Dodge 


Forward 




6-4 




185 


Gulfport, Miss. 


43 


Jim Morton 


Forward-Guard 




6-4 




190 


Slidell, La. 


45 


Keith Vegotsky 


Guard 




6-1 




190 


Trenton, N.J. 


51 


Wendell Ladner 


Center 




6-5 




230 


Necaise Crossing, Miss 


55 


Ernie Grant 


Center-Forward 




6-5 




210 


Picayune, Miss. 


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Moose Godfrey — General Nat 



Linda Dobbs, Sheila Moore, Linda Dickey, Sharon Land, John 
McCarty, Mary Jo Abraham, Nancy Wells, Don Toler, Bobby 
Jean Morris, Kay Holmes, Emmy Lowrey, Georgiana Risk. 




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The World's Most Televised Band, Southern's 
"PRIDE" is a close group of immensely talented 
individuals. Television appearances this year included 
The Sugar Bowl and Senior Bowl. 



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MEMBERS 



William J. Moody, Band Director 



Richard Kellogg 
John Krajeski 
David Kennard 
David Kay 
Rodney Lippincott 
Dorothy Leach 
Billy Lee 
Marilyn Ladner 
Jeannie Lyle 
Bill Lovette 
Nancy Lloyd 



Lou Mason 
Tom Malone 
Tommy Maddox 
Wayne Miller 
Sybil Marty 
Ray Merlini 
Sandra Moon 
David Mayfield 
Dennis Mire 
Albert McKenzie 
Bobby McNamee 



Charles McGahey 
Sharon McCraney 
Louise Nuckols 
Nicky Nichols 
Greg Odjakjian 
Tony Pollard 
Mickey Pickett 
Walter Patterson 
Patty Pearson 
Willie Rigdon 
Naz Rhodes 



Jimmy Robson 
Linda Rusting 
Larry Rigby 
James Rice 
Robin Richerson 
Webster Rowan 
Sherry Rudisell 
Alan Sipes 
Dan Settles 
Richard Smith 
Vic Steen 



Peggy Adams 
Frank Adarholdt 
Steve Andrews 
Buddy Apperson 
Ann Armus 
Danny Averett 
Jim Ball 
Jerry Ball 
Mark Balius 
James Barnett 
Janice Barnes 
James Birdsong 
John Balkeney 
Sue Blankenship 
Martha Booth 
Carol Boutwell 
Frances Bringnac 
Lawrence Brown 
Lowell Brown 
Keith Burroughs 
Hale Byrd 
Bob Christie 
Hugh E. Cain 
Bill Campbelle 
Durvan Clark 
Pam Cook 
David Corban 
Lee Cronett 
Eddie Coleman 
Linwood Cote 
Ray Cox 
Jerry Crow 
Charles Crum 
Curtis Davis 
Gerald Dickerson 



Gross Scruggs 
Bob Stelle 
Louis Scenna 
Linda Stejskal 
Bill Slayton 
Dale Shackelford 
Neal Tidwell 
Cecil Todd 
Bill Tompkins 
Rogers Tyler 
Jack Thomas 



Barbara Diggs 
Jimmy Dixon 
Wanda Dunnam 
William Dollarhide 
Vester Emerson 
Lucia Fishel 
Earl Fox 
Gail Freeman 
Richard Ford 
Wayne Folks 
Sergio Fernandez 
Tom Freaschillo 
Gary Fuller 
Jerry Flummer 
Charles Gemeinhardt 
Pam Graves 
Hugh Garraway 
Alton Geno 
Rick Graham 
Douglas Graham 
Rick Gilpin 
Bill Gower 
Jimmy Golman 
Bobbie Griffiths 
David Gregory 
M. K. Henderson 
Kaye Hendricks 
Jerry Herrington 
Carl Hagan 
John Herring 
Tommy Hightower 
Joe Hull 
Sam Hong 
Marsha Jones 
Jim Johnson 



Jane Utz 
Don Varner 
Jim Wilson 
John Waite 
Ken Wright 
Robert Williams 
Bobby Williams 
Karen Williams 
Phil Wharton 
Carol White 
Glenda Watler 



Pretty hard to be interested in watching someone else when you're so 
good. 





Delia Stewart directs the Dixie Darlings. 



Practicing behind the Fraternity houses was 
suicide. 




The nationally renowned DIXIE 
DARLINGS dance to music provided 
by the PRIDE. They entertain at all 
home football games, other special 
university functions, and often travel 
to various parts of the country for 
appearances. This year they were 
televised in the New Orleans Sugar 
Bowl and in Mobile during the 
Senior Bowl. 



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During the USM Christmas Invitational 
Tournament, inspecting the trophies. 



These are POM PON GIRLS, red and white and 
brightening the coliseum floor during time outs with 
their short snappy dances to popular music. 




BOTTOM: Pam Forte, Colleen O'mara, Sherrye Ethridge, Dale 
Russell. STANDING: Suzanne Johnson, Sonja Wilkes, Donna 
Lee Field, Kay Fruetel. 




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Coach Pete Taylor and John Vitrano. 



1966 BASEBALL S 


,EAS 


ON— WON 9, LOST 11 




SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


6, 


Nicholls State 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


4 


Nicholls State 


3 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


6 


Ole Miss 


1 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


2 


Ole Miss 


9 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


13 


Miss. College 


2 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


7 


Spring Hill 


3 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


4 


Spring Hill 


7 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


13 


Miss. College 


9 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


3 


Illinois State 


8 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 





Illinois State 


3 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


1 


Southeastern Louisiana 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


13 


Arkansas 





SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


19 


Arkansas 





SOUTHERN 


MISS. 





Southeastern Louisiana 


2 I 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


2 


Alabama 


6 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


1 


Alabama 


4 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


1 


Alabama 


4 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


5 


; Delta State 


1 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


3 


Delta State 


9 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


1 


Delta State 


4 



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FIRST ROW: Joel Williams, Jerry Enis, David Graham, Billy 
Dabbs. Dickey Travis, Russ Key, Erving Farve, Jacky McCaskil, 
John Vitrano. SECOND ROW: Thad Vann, Chuck Charvgo, 
Kenny Weis, Buddy Jorden, Tommy Davis, George Barnhill, Pete 



Hayes, Jerry CoSillo, Coach Taylor. THIRD ROW: Bob Sheetz, 
Butch Stevens, George Sumrall. Tony Engles, Joe Williams. 
FOURTH ROW: Frank Baker, Garry Hannon, Steve Campbell, 
Curtis Matherne, Ed Assaf. 




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APRIL 



MAY 




1967 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 



Thad Vann, Garry Hannan, David Graham. 



Go Get-u George. 



MARCH 17— Fri. 


Illinois State University 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


18— Sat. 


Illinois State University 2:00 


p.m. 


Home 


20— Mon. 


Nicholls State 




Thibodaux, La. 


21— Tues. 


Nicholls State 




Thibodaux, La. 


23— Thurs. 


University of Mississippi 3 : 00 


p.m. 


Home 


24— Fri. 


University of Mississippi 2:00 


p.m. 


Home 


25— Sat. 


University of Mississippi 9 : 30 


a.m. 


Home 


25— Sat. 


Kalamazoo 2:00 


p.m. 


Laurel 


APRIL 4— Tues. 


University of Ala. (2 games) 




Tuscaloosa, Ala. 


8— Sat. 


University of South Alabama 




Mobile, Ala. 


10— Mon. 


Mississippi State University 




Starkville 


1 1 — Tues. 


Mississippi State University 




Starkville 


15— Sat. 


Spring Hill 




Mobile, Ala. 


19— Wed. 


Spring Hill 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


21— Fri. 


Mississippi College 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


26— Wed. 


University of Ala. (2 games) 1 :00 


p.m. 


Home 


27— Thurs. 


Delta State 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


28— Fri. 


Delta State 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


MAY 1— Mon. 


University of South Ala. 3:00 


p.m. 


Home 


3— Wed. 


Mississippi College 




Clinton 


5— Fri. 


Delta State 




Cleveland 


6— Sat. 


Delta State 




Cleveland 






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Frank Baker, John Vitrano, Garry Hannan, Steve Cambbell. 




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Birds? 



Grow, baby, Grow 







Bill Yandell and Jack Crawford watch as Byron Bracewell prepares to sink a long 
one. All three of these men are returning lettermen, as are Don Rutt and Danny 
Dietrick. 




1966 RESULTS OF USM GOLF TEAM 




USM 


Opponent 


Score 


lost 


7 


University of Alabama 


20 


won 


13/ 2 


University of South Alabama 


2ft 




3rd 


Buckhaults Tournament (ten teams) 


won 


14/ 2 


So. Illinois University 


12/2 


won 


I8/2 


So. Illinois University 


8ft 


won 


21/2 


Spring Hill College 


17ft 


won 


15 


Tulane University 


12 


won 


13 ft 


University of South Alabama 


4/2 


won 


14/2 


Millsaps College 


3/2 


won 


14ft 


Delta State College 


3/2 




5th LSU 


Invitational Tournament (17 teams) 


won 


16 


University of Alabama 


11 


won 


14 


Mississippi State University 


13 


won 


23 


Tulane University 


4 


won 


16 


University of Alabama 


11 


won 


23 ft 


Spring Hill College 


3/2 


won 


22*A 


Millsaps College 


4/2 


won 


16 


University of South Alabama 


11 


3rd 


Mississippi Intercollegiate Tournament (5 


teams) 



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U.S.M. INVITATIONAL 
GOLF TOURNEY 

1967— March 2-3 

FINAL RESULTS 

TEAM SCORES 

Louisiana State, 583 
Alabama, 598 
Mississippi, 601 
Southern Mississippi, 615 
Mississippi State, 615 
Northeast Louisiana, 621 
Nicholls (La.) State, 622 
Tulane University, 625 
Southwestern Louisiana, 627 
Spring Hill, 631 
South Alabama, 648 
Centenary, 650 

Southwestern of Memphis, 657 
Delta State, 664 
Louisiana College, 695 
Millsaps, 703 



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INDIVIDUAL 
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 

Don Rutt, 77-70—147 
Buddy Whitten, 79-72—151 
Danny Dietrick, 77-80—157 
Byron Bracewell, 79-81 — 160 
Royce Wilkinson, 85-76—161 
Bill Yandell, 83-83—166 



Good weather and playing conditions added to the success of the first USM INVITATIONAL 
TOURNAMENT as we were host to 15 visiting schools. 



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1967 GOLF TEAM— KNEELING: Bill Yandell, Don Rutt, Danny 
Dietrick, Byron Bracewell, Fred Sartin, Jack Crawford. STAND- 



ING: Terry Crawford, Bruce Garrett, Tim Malinoski, Ray Dzan- 
owski, Tom Yandell, Randy Dake, Royce Wilkinson. 





UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN 


MISSISSIPPI 






VARSITY GOLF SCHEDULE 


1967 




March 2-3 


USM Invitational (Tied for 4th) 






Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


March 16-17 


Buckhaults Invitational Tournament at Spring Hill 


Mobile, Alabama 


March 23-24 


LSU Invitational Tournament 






Baton Rouge, Louisiana 


March 29 


Spring Hill College 






Mobile, Alabama 


April 1 


Tulane University 






Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


April 5 


University of South Alabama 






Mobile, Alabama 


April 7 


Tulane University 






New Orleans, Louisiana 


April 11 


Spring Hill College 






Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


April 15 


Keesler Air Force Base 






Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


April 19 


Mississippi State University 






Meridian, Mississippi 


April 24 


University of South Alabama 






Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


April 27-28 


Mississippi State Intercollegiate Tournament 


at USM 


Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


May 3 


Nicholls State College 






Thibodaux, Louisiana 




Mia ; " ' 



SEATED: Jim Bishop, Max Bozzetti, John Weems, Tommy Vincent, 
Fred Miller. STANDING: Kim Chase, Chevis Swetman, Bill Pen- 
dergrass, Jimmy Baldrop, Denny Hays, Doc Harrington, Coach. 



DOC HARRINGTON 



1966 TENNIS RESULTS 



(Dual 


Matches 


, Won 10, Lost 4) 




SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


5 


Mississippi College 


3 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


9 


Belhaven 





SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


5 


Millsaps 


4 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


9 


Belhaven 





SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


4 


Mississippi College 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


2 


Arkansas 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


5 


Ole Miss 


4 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


7 


Millsaps 


2 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


5 


South Alabama 





SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


8 


Spring Hill 


1 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


4 


Alabama 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 





LSU 


5 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


7 


South Alabama 


2 


SOUTHERN 


MISS. 


6 


Spring Hill 


3 



Finished third in USM Invitational Tournament. 

Tied for second in 

Mississippi Intercollegiate Tournament. 







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Doubles anyone? 




1967 TENNIS SCHEDULE 








Pendergrass puts it across. 



You gota want-it. 



MARCH 11- 


-Sat. 


Belhaven (Morning) 


Jackson 


11- 


-Sat. 


Millsaps (Afternoon) 


Jackson 


15- 


-Wed. 


Belhaven 


Home 


17- 


-Fri. 


Mississippi College 


Clinton 


20- 


-Mon. 


Nicholls State College 


Thibodaux, La. 


21- 


-Tues. 


Nicholls State College 


Thibodaux, La. 


23- 


-Thurs. 


Illinois State University 


Home 


31- 


-Fri. 


USM Invitational Tnmt. 




APRIL 1- 


-Sat. 


Miss. College, University of 
Mississippi, Millsaps, Spring 
Hill College, University of 
South Alabama, Louisiana 
Tech, Southeastern La., Cen- 
tenary, Nicholls State, Mc- 
Murray College, Illinois 
State U. & USM. 




4- 


-Tues. 


University of Alabama 


Tuscaloosa, Ala 


7- 


-Fri. 


Mississippi College 


Home 


15- 


-Sat. 


Spring Hill 


Home 


19- 


-Wed. 


Millsaps 


Home 


22- 


-Sat. 


University of So. Alabama 
(Morning) 


Mobile, Ala. 


22- 


-Sat. 


Spring Hill (Afternoon) 


Mobile, Ala. 


25- 


-Tues. 


University of Alabama 


Home 


27- 


-Thurs. 


University of Mississippi 


Jackson 


28- 


-Fri. 


Miss. Intercollegiate Tnmt. 


Clinton 


29- 


-Sat. 


Miss. Intercollegiate Tnmt. 


Clinton 


MAY 3- 


-Wed. 


University of So. Alabama 


Home 



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BACK ROW: Ralph Siverio, Faculty Advisor; Carlos Galdamez, 
El Savador; Tom Bailey, Wilmington, Delaware; Halil Ozerden, 
Turkey; Arturo Rosales, El Salvador; Jose Castaneda, Guatemala; 
Ernesto Garzon, Colombia; Charlie Green, Pascagoula, Miss.; 
Enrigue Umbert, Peru; Neri Yon, Guatemala, Team Captain and 




Coach; Francisco Bueso, Assistant Coach, Guatemala. FRONT 
ROW: Steve McDonald, Titusville, Pa.; Jose Gomez, Spain; Ro- 
berto Mora, Guatemala; Richardo Palerea, Guatemala; Raffaele 
Beltram, Italy; Max Bozzetti, Italy; Uve Deegan, Germany; Emilio 
Hidalgo, Mexico; Daniel Gracia, Colombia. 



The USM SOCCER TEAM was first scheduled for 
intercollegiate competition this year. Only the 
determination of the team members, with love for 
the game and desire to contribute to this university, 
has carried them through much administrative 
difficulty. Their record speaks for itself. Presently 
the team is one of the top in the Delta Intercollegiate 
Soccer League. With university support they could 
join a larger league next year and receive competition 
more appropriate to their ability. 





SCORES 




w. 


Opponent 


L. 


2 


Loyola 


1 


5 


SLC 


3 


2 


Tulane 


2 


1 


LSU 


2 


14 


LSUNO 


1 


2 


USL 





1 


Tulane 


1 





Delgado 





2 


Loyola 


o 


2 


USL 





2 


Delgado 





6 


SLC 

LSUNO 
LSU 


1 



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THE M-CLUB is the organization for varsity athletes 
who have earned a letter in football, basketball, tennis, 
golf, or from the rifle team. Earning the letter is not 
sufficient in itself for membership. Members of this 
brotherhood have all gone through the rigors of 
initiation at the hands of their fellow athletes. Endurance, 
and membership is a reflection of honor, fortitude, 
and a strong stomach. The members strive to increase 
sportsmanship and athletics on campus. The annual 
"mum-sale" project as well as the deep-voiced carollers at 
basketball games during Christmas time are but 
two of the projects which show the versility of the 
M-Club. 




Jimmy Barger, Treasurer; Poochie Stringfellow, Sgt.-at-Arms; 
Tommy Brennan, Vice-President: Pete Hayes, Secretary; Ken 
Avery, President. 



FIRST ROW: Ken Avery, Mel Autry, Gene Bachman, Frank 
Baker, Jimmy Barger, Tommy Brennan, Gary Bourgeois, Glen 
Bynum. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Channel, Troy Craft, William 
Edkins, Don MacDonald, Clyde Dowd, Richard Dunaway, Gary 
Hannan, William Hodges. THIRD ROW: Harrv Huelsbeck. 



Buddy Hunter, Johnny Johnson, Floyd Kellum, Gary Kocher- 
sperger, Berlin Ladner, Michael McAdams, Jack McAlpin. 
FOURTH ROW: Milo McCarty, Tommy Roussel, Jerry Smith, 
Poochie Stringfellow, George Sumrall, Larry Ussery, Bobby Webb, 
Robert Wells. 





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MEMBERS 

Mike McClellan, Terry McMillan, Chuck Wilkes, Gary Friedhoff, 
Earl King, Rod Windham, Blanchard Brand, Thor Kondrat, Larry 
Tolbert, Arthur Gill, Elbert Trone, Billy Davis, Larry Wright, 
Wayne Adkinson. 



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The MEN'S INTRAMURAL PROGRAM is 
designed to offer every male student the opportunity 
to compete and participate in athletic activities. The 
sports provide for a healthy relationship among 
various campus organizations and are supported by 
both the faculty and administration. This popular 
program is directed by the Department of Physical 
Education, which plans and supervises each event. 



MEN'S INTRAMURAL RESULTS 

TOUCH FOOTBALL 
1. Kappa Sigma 



Bayrats 
S.A.E. "B" 







VOLLEYBALL 

1. Kappa Sigma 

2. Bayrats 

3. S.A.E. 

BASKETBALL 

1. J.C.'s 

2. 69ers 

3. Sidewinders 

WEIGHT LIFTING 
1. Kappa Sigma 



MR. BILLY SLAY 
Men's Intramural Director 



A.T.O. 

Kappa Alpha 



HANDBALL 

1. Phi Kappa Tau 

2. Kappa Sigma 

3. Bayrats 

SPRING, 1966 
Swimming — Kappa Sigma 
Track — Kappa Sigma 
Softball— J.C.'s 
Tennis — Phi Tau 
Golf — Acacia 




WESLEY WILKERSON 

Graduate Men's Intramural Director 




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MISS MARIANNE BROWN 
Director of Women's Intramurals 











MARCIA LUMPKIN 

Graduate Intramurals Director 



The WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS program provides 
many different sports throughout the year which are intended 
to develop physical abilities and promote healthy attitudes 
toward physical education. Any organization, dormitory, 
or sorority is invited to join the intramural program to 
compete in any of the sports offered. Each organization 
elects one intramural chairman, who is on the Intramural 
Board. Trophies are awarded at the end of the year to 
winners in both team and individual events. 




Swimming Champs. 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL RESULTS 



VOLLEYBALL 

1. Pulley Hall 

2. Hillcrest 

3. Chi Omega 

BADMINTON 

1. Hillcrest 

2. Hickman 

3. Pulley 

BASKETBALL 

1. Jones 

2. B.S.U. 

3. Hickman Hall 

BOWLING 

1. Peggy McGeehee — Hillcrest 

2. Mary Jo Newman — Hillcrest 

3. Pam Molaison — Hillcrest 

TENNIS 

1. Lynn Cook — Hillcrest 

2. Marilyn Meyers — IIB* 

3. Betty Melton — Wesley 

SPRING, 1966 
Softball— Bolton 
Swimming — Jones 
Track — Chi Omega 



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Badminton Champs. 




All Star Basketball. 



All Star Volleyball. 



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Greeks 




The University' of Southern 
Mississippi's Creek system grows and 
strengthens annually. Progressive 
steps have been taken this year as 
manifested in: appointment of Mrs. 
Ben Chapell as Assistant Dean of 
Women in charge of sororities; Mike 
Morris' outstanding leadership of the 
Interfraternity Council and the 
recognition of Southern's IFC at the 
National IFC Convention in New 
Orleans; colonization of Sigma Nu; and 
the expansion of Fraternity Row 
with immediate plans for the addition 
of three new fraternitv houses. 



173 




The Panhellenic Council and the IFC seem to recognize 
and accept every opportunity to do service for the 
university or community. Sorority women appear 
regularly to entertain and visit the elderly citizens of 
Hattiesburg's Convalescent Home. Fraternities donate 
lime and manpower to help meet Red Cross needs. 
Panhellenic Floats first-place award in the city's 
Christmas Parade with "World Peace'" theme. And the 
IFC campus "Clean-Up" campaign is other example 
of the many worthwhile efforts put forth bv 
USM's 700Greeks. 



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JUNIOR INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL— Back: Howard Lee, 
Ray Mayhall, Johnny Lazenby, Mark Purdy, Roger Staf- 
ford, Tony Cain, Tom Brownings, Danny Bizzell. Center: 
Stan Steadman, Frank Cain, Lanee Haskew, Bill White, 
Johnny Curro, Jerry Edwards, Jeff Nettles, Eddie Lank- 
ford, John Metzler, Mr. Horace Dickerson, Advisor. 
Front: Bubba Morton, Randy Hubert, Jimmy Horn, Pete 
Gaston, Mike Morris, Mike Mooney, Roger Stafford, 
Lawrence McGee, Mike Parker. 



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Acacia 



Acacia contributes to Southern spirit with outstanding decoration. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Harold D. Beckner 

John C. Castle 

William L. Elmore 

William H. Ewingc 

Cecil L. Gunter 

Maurice N. Hazen 

Mark R. Johnson 

Christopher G. Sigler 



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around here. 





FIRST ROW: 

Dale Richard Barrett 

Clark Thomas Browning 

William Albert Campbell 

Bland Campbell 

Robert E. Clements 

Lee Trenton Davis, III 



SECOND ROW: 

Michael Streng Davis 

Edward Leroy Edert 

William H. Edkins 

Patrick Michael Fitzpatrick 

David Joseph Hajduk 

Lane G. H askew 



THIRD ROW: 

Earle Michael Golden 

Kerry Neil Kinder 

John Albert Metzler 

Lawrence Boykin McGee 

James Randall Smith 

Harold Edward Talbot 



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ACACIA was founded in 1904 at the University of Michigan 

by fourteen Master Masons on the Masonic principles of 

brotherhood. Southern's Luther A. Smith chapter 

came into existence in 1961 and has seen many ups 

and downs. 

But through thick and thin, the right triangle continues to 

thrive. This year, though a difficult one, Acacia's 

brotherhood has been elevated to an even higher plane. 

After five years of dreaming and working, Acacia finally 

has a home. Though temporary, it is an improvement, and one 

step on the way to a permanent location on the 

new fraternity row. 

On a campus, all fraternities have social life and other 

things in common. However, Acacia has a unique quality: 

our undefeatable spirit. It has been tried and tested . . . the 

school spirit ... in the classroom . . . and on 

the intramural field. The unblemished record of our football 

team stands strong — three years and no wins. Yet Acacia fights 

on — undaunted and with bright hopes for the future. 




James Smith, Junior Dean; Lane Haskew, Treasurer and House 
Manager; Harold Beckner, Secretary; Clark Browning, Venerable 
Dean; Lawrence McGee, Senior Dean. 




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ALPHA TAU OMEGA was founded at Richmond, Virginia, 
September 11, 1865 — the first Greek letter fraternity 
founded after the Civil War. Southern's Epsilon Upsilon 
chapter was installed November 19, 1949. Since then the ATQ's 
have grown, prospered, and created an unmistakable image: 
"Rush successful as usual despite repeat performance of 
clothes lists and hundred-dollar assessments. Won't you 
beggers ever learn? H.D. came over to Cromer's room for a 
drink — free drinks. Party room adapted to more functional 
appearance with addition of new bar, French-cellar wine 
racks, and half-kegs extending from wall. 
"The house — best on campus — cafeteria facilities. maid* 
color TV, and Mooney . . . Skulker's long road trin . . 
Heart-attack, Sid didn't die . . . meat head pledge team. 
"Homecoming came off with a 'Bang' . . . Christmas came 
too . . . 100% members on President's list — wrong list 
. . . what more can you say but Rebel Yell and drink? 
"Warren got last blow . . . Tolley gives Saturday night 
shampoo . . . Lazenby pinned and dropped but not to the 
same girl . . . Silcox earns free pass for turkey dinner . . . 
Uniontown vs. Punta-Gorda — Punta-Gorda loses." 
ATfi's like those at Southern ... no campus should be 
without them. 



STANDING: Tim Bragassa, Corresponding Secretary; Mike 
Mooney, House Manager; Gene Silcox, Master of Ceremonies. 
SEATED: Sid Cromer, President; Ray Mayhall, Vice President; 
Chip Speaker, Recording Secretary; Johnny Lazenby, Treasurer. 















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Alpha 

Tau 

Omega 



NOT PICTURED: 

Edward G. Assaf, John E. Atchley, Peter W. 
Brouwer, John A. Cook, Gregory S. Coaped, 
David R. Dietz, Gregory J. Dobp, Thomas E. 
Faulkner, Vernon H. Freeman, Michael T. 
Glover, Michael E. Govern, Earl Ronald Jor- 
dan, Joel M. Kellman, Charles G. Koyiades, 
John P. Lippelman, Ronald P. Menley, Harry 
F. Moore, William C. McCrony, Thomas R. 
Rushin, Bryson Elton Stephens, F. Michael 
Stewart, Terry W. Thorpe, Carl W. Wallman, 
Kenton Giles Ward, Latham William Weathers. 



FIRST ROW: 

j Thomas Haley Anderson, Larry Joe Baker, 
j David Berry, Timothy Dwight Bragassa, Peter 
W. Brower, Dick Bryant, Keary E. Burger, 
', James Terry Chaney, Garnett W. Chisenhall, 
i Sid W. Cromer. 



1 SECOND ROW: 

i Bill E. Cullom, William George Dickenson, 
i Hank M. Dismukes, Robert Milton Distin, 
Hugh Allen Dosset, Marshall Dwaine Dunaway, 
I Charley T. Fowinkle, John Charles Fowler, 
t Richard Warren Gonzales, Mike Gore. 



\THIRD ROW: 

| Mason L. Green, Bill R. Haas, J. G. Hambright 
I ///, Gordon Dale Hill, Robert John Hoskin, 
' John Raymond Inzaina, Ronald Earl Jordan, 
i Richard Kent Larson, Herbert H. Lawley, John 
\E. Lazenby. 



i FOURTH ROW: 

Adam Rudolph MacWhinnie, Skip Matheson, 
Ray Mayhall, Randall Mims, Michael William 
\Mooney, James Edgar Pledger, William Ogden 
\Pyler, Roy Amar Ross, Tom T. Rushin, Charles 
'Douglas Russell. 



FIFTH ROW: 

A. Paul Sala, I. Eugene Silcox, Mende W. 
Smith, Harry Anton Speaker, Elton Bryson 
"tephens, Jr., Michael F. Stewart, Doug Stone, 
ohn A. Stringfellow, John Mace Tolley, John 
James Tringas. 



SIXTH ROW: 

John Thomas Tuso, Pete J. Umbdenstock, 
Chuck Andrew Wade. Thomas Edward Walton, 
Giles Kenton Ward, William Natham Weathers, 
Kenneth D. Weiss, Edward Harold Wood. 




Let it not be said that the men of Alpha Tau Omega are one-sided, for it is not so. 
They ever aspire for academic elevation while maintaining a healthy interest in the social. 
Here, for example are two young men hoping to impress their active brothers by the 
intellectual pursuit of bird-watching. Soon they will spot that youne hen approaching 
from the rear, and focus accordingly. 




Edward, that is a maniacal leer. 



Couldn't find anyone to play chess . . . so we decided to drink. 



181 





Kappa 
Alpha 



KAPPA - ! 



NOT PICTURED: 

Larry Brown, Thomas Dorsey 



Go, Go, Get 'Urn! UH! UH! 




Wee Willie Wright . . . is everything allright . . . Uptight??! 



Exhibition of brotherly love. 




FIRST ROW: 

James Abernethy, William Abraham, Edward 
Adams, Edward Atkinson, Kenneth Boutwell, 
Byron Bracewell, David Brandon, Travis 
Brewer, Jim Brumfield, Malcolm Carmichael. 



SECOND ROW: 

Thomas Clark, Auther Cole, William Cox, 
Ronald Farmer, Robert Flynt, Warner Gaston, 
Hermes Gautier, John Goddard, David Gris- 
som, Billy Guilbert. 



THIRD ROW: 

Rodney Gullo, Walter Hammonds, Richard 
Hattier, Michael Heidelberg, Pat Heidelberg, 
James Hills, Paul Johnson, William Keeton, 
James McClay, Fred McNeel. 



FOURTH ROW: 

William Mottern, Dale Nichols, Joe Pair, 
James Pinnix, Edward Pippin, Steven Purdy, 
Harold Purdy, Dennis Robinson, Harry Ruffin, 
Vic Rumore. 






FIFTH ROW: 

Kelly Runnels, Robert Schneeflock, Danny 
Smith, Michael Smith, Robert Sowell, Adrian 
Stallone, Stanford Steadman, Stephen Stiglets, 
Johnny Sykes, Lamar Taylor. 



SIXTH ROW: 

George Touart, Duane Trochessett, Richard 
Turner, Hal Walker, Roy Watson, Thomas 
Webb, Johnny Whitehead, James Wilson, Wil- 
liam Wright. 



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KAPPA ALPHA ORDER, founded December 21, 1865, at 

Washington College, Virginia, has long been in 

the forefront of the college fraternity scene. Over 56,000 

living Kappa Alphas can testify to the beneficial 

influence of the fraternity that lives in the shadow of 

Robert Edward Lee. 

Kappa Alpha came to Southern on January 9, 1949, and has 

since held a dominant position in Southern life. 

KA is now like Forrest County — all wet. Our social 

activities include Old South Ball, Black and White Formal, 

football game parties, Christmas parties, week-end parties, 

beer busts, stag parties, and front yard Honda races. 

Politics is a new thing to Kappa Alpha at Southern. In our 

first serious ride on the campaign trail, Davey Bear Brandon 

was elected Sophomore President. 

Kappa Alpha pins and drops cover the campus. Baldy and 

Fly have been pinned, unpinned, repinned, dropped, 

undropped, and pinned again. 

Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa lets get supersmoked. 



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SEATED: Stan Steadman, Number I. STANDING: Pete Gaston, 
Number IX; Mark Purdy, Number VI; Bill Atkinson, Number 
VII; Johnny Sykes, Number III; Robert Scheenflock, Number 
VIII; Ron Farmer, IV; Pat Heidleburg, II; Harry Ruffin, Num- 
ber V. 



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183 




STANDING: Kenny Davis, Guard; Jimmy Horn, House Manager; 
Randy Hubert, Pledge Trainer; George Hoppe, Guard; Chuck 
Cartwright, Grand Scribe; Jimmy Parrish, Guard; Phil Voss, 
Grand Treasurer. SEATED: Bill White, Grand Master; Roger 
Poulos, Grand Procurator; Scooter Gilt, Grand Master of Cere- 
monies. 



KAPPA SIGMA was traditionally founded at the University 

of Bologna. December 10, 1869, five friends and brothers 

founded Kappa Sigma at the University of Virginia. Today 

it is one of the largest and richest fraternities. 

Kappa Sigma at Southern — "Bestest and the firstest with the 

mostest." 

Parties!! — Would you believe the Legion Hut? The tough 

gets going — over-all football, track, swimming. Chi O Song 

Fest. "First in football, first in song, go Kappa Sig, 

you can't go wrong." 

Sig politicians on campus — Vice President SGA, ODK 

President, Freshman Class President — again, Yellowjackets 

President — you name it, we got it! 

February 27 — panic was heard, in 15 minutes fire had engulfed 

what 18 years had built. 

" 'South Sea Island' party tremendous success — Fall quarter 

probation nevertheless." "No mon, no fun" — GM squeezes 

blood out of turnips. 

"The House of Champions is gone, but the Champions 

remain." The past was great; the future looks tremendous. 



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Kappa 
Sigma 



NOT PICTURED: 

Thomas Bailey, James Balthrop, Donald Bann, 
James Bishop, Frank Cain, Richard Destaffany, 
Hal Fox. John Gardner, James Harner, Michael 
Gowen, Elmer Hemphill, Hillard Kelly, Julian 
McLeod, Frank Montresor, Charles Porter, 
Thomas Rebold, Kerry Vix, Paul Wheeler, 
William White. 



FIRST ROW: 

Peter Baricev, Rick Bennett, Buford Blount, 
Bruce Boerner, Massimo Bozzetti, Michael 
Brown, Tommy Brown, Freddy Burdine, Chuck 
Cartwright, Jimmy Cox. Gerald Cutillo. 



SECOND ROW: 

Mark Dabbs, Kenneth Davis, Robert Deas, Roy 
DeFranco, Thomas Dickerson, Allen Doering, 
Michael Dwyer, Thomas Elias, Kirby Everette, 
Leonard Farello, Richard Fields. 



THIRD ROW: 

Don Fillingame, Johnny Freeman, Orin Gill, 
Fred Griffin, John Haifacre, George Halliday, 
John Hammond, William Harris, Geoffrey 
Hartwig, George Hoppe, James Horn. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Randall Howard, Randolph Hubert, Preston 
Isbell, William Kennon, Melton King, Joe 
King, Terry Lambert, Jerry Lambuth, David 
Leggett, Robert LeProtto, Mark Lowrey. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Bill Lowrey, Raymond McEachern, Charles 
McElwee, Tommy McDaniel, William Mclnnis, 
Steven MacDonald, Edward Magenheimer, 
Richard Medlin, Charles Moses, Robert Neal, 
Gary Odom. 



SIXTH ROW: 

James Parrish, Claude Partridge, Eddie Payne, 
William Pendergrass, Roger Poulos, Ronald 
Raheim, Henry Randazzo, John Robson, Gary 
Rockwell, Clyde Rose, Charles Rouse. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Robert Seitzinger, George Sherrill, Emery 
Smith, Reagan Spiers, James Staggs, Charlie 
Stange, Robert Stroup. James Tharp, Nicholas 
Vesa, Robert Vincent, Philip Voss. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

Billy Walters, James Weaver, Milton Wilderson, 
John Zupko, Billy Berry, Michael Walker, 
Thomas Wickliff. 




What fate destroyed, we rebuild. Future home of Kappa Sigma. 





Always a friendly smile from Mom. 



Mr. Dabbs, that man isn't yawning, is he? 



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Scene of the Great House Decoration Dupe 
Swindle of '65. 



. Second only to the Great Song Fest 






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Yes, sir, Folks, here she is: The finest Mom in the world. 




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NOT PICTURED: 

Denton L. Asberry, Stuart M. Baker, Paul R. 
Bosarge, John M. Deakle, Nick Doyle, Joseph 
D. Landry, Carl H. Line, Burton O. Lewis, 
Donald R. Luckie, Thomas L. Patterson, Sam- 
mie R. Rawls, Malin B. Runnels, Fred R. 
Sartin, James E. Tatum, John R. Thames, Fred 
W. Wright. 



FIRST ROW: 

Al Elton Andrews, Ronnie E. Balzli, Jack L. 
Bilbo, Jr., Daniel Leo Bizzell, Gary Joseph 
Bostwick, Richard Glenn Bounds, Michael 
Randall Broome, J. R. Brown, Harold E. 
Brumfield, Milburne C. Cassady, Jr. 



SECOND ROW: 

Guy J. Chapman, Rick J. Christmas, Clinton 
Earl Conerly, William B. Edmondson, William 
File, L. Patrick Harden, Brian Ross Hinman, 
Glenn Ray Howell, Mike Howard, William 
Jefferson Johnson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Ronnie Edward Kopesky, Ed K. Laurendine, 
Wayne Alvin Lochbaum, Ernie Martin, James 
C. McDonald, Charles Albert McLean. Thomas 
Roy McLellen, Robert W. McMinn, Dewey B. 
Miller, Harold Leon Miller. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Hollinger L. Morton, Gregory Berge Odjakjian, 
Don L. Parker, James Larry Payne, Harvey R. 
Post, Barney B. Purvis, Stewart Holm Ramsay, 
Harry Risher, Ronnie Russell, Wilson F. Smith. 



FIFTH ROW: 

George Dewey Sullivan, James Randolph Swan, 
Charlie Taylor, Skeet Waites, Wendell Edwards 
Walker, John Sharp Warren, Glen Gerald 
Webb, Kenneth Larry Williamson, Obie S. 
Young. 



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PHI KAPPA TAU, from its national founding in 1906, 

through its emergence as the first fraternity on 

the USM campus in 1948, has grown to be a pace-setter in 

sports, student government, and social functions. We 

take pride in the history of achievement that makes 

Phi Tau a leader. 

We emphasize the social: Red Carnation Ball, French 

Quarter Party . . . "She signed out for what! . . . Happy 

Birthday Lynn . . . and can you believe those uninvited 

guests peering through the window?" Homecoming 

swings, and plenty of pledge swaps. Then make "Oaks 

City." Where ya'at Gen'l Nat . . . Moose, Didja 

have to bash his head in? "Put 'dat on me." . . . Bosarge 

graduates. Another wonder, Skeet is initiated. 

SGA president, Senior V.P.! Junior President, intramural 

championships, and much more. Hip Hip Phi Tau, clear and 

bold, rings the cheer for the red and gold. 




SEATED: Jimmy McDonald, Recording Secretary; Wayne Loch- 
baum, President; Francis (Moose) Godfrey, Vice President; 
Harold Brumfield, Treasurer. STANDING: Guy Chapman, Pledge 
Trainer; Ronnie Balzli, Corresponding Secretary. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Pat Hardin, House Manager. 





PI KAPPA ALPHA grew out of the friendship of six men at 

the University of Virginia on March 1, 1868. As the 

founders stated, they little imagined the great Oak tree 

which was to grow from their planning. But it grew, 

and we continue to grow. 

The House burns, but Pikes never die — no probation, new 

house by summer, best pledges, world's finest "Mom." IFC 

president, and Ken, Pike All American. 

What party, Mr. Dickerson? A beer can . . . Couldn't be. 

The Dream Girl is Greek Goddess, Homecoming Queen. 

Halloween, and the Great Pumpkin visits pledges . . . "which 

Morris is the fool?" Shield and Diamond . . . Hey, what's 

good Engles? . . . Let's make love, Mary Sue . . . Tom makes 

it big at National. The Phantom pledge is dead, and 

what ho, French graduates! 

Thank God for the "Pi" for we are Pi Kappa Alpha. Whether 

it's to Jerry's for a Pabst or all out for the Roman party. 

The garnet and gold forever. Hip, hip, Pike! 



OFFICERS— SEATED: Tom Burt, President; Eddie Langton, 
Secretary; Tony Cain, Vice President. BACK: Donald H. Presutti, 
Social Chairman; Robert McCormick, Historian; Gordon Bradford, 
Treasurer. 



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NOT PICTURED: 

Wayne Adkinson 
Kenneth Avery 
Charles Baxter 
Gordon Bradford 
William Brignac 
Edwin Buckley 

I Joseph Butchka 
Robert Cain 
Glen Cantry 
Richard Cartledge 
Ernest Cosnahan 
James Farrell 
Charles Faulkner 
Earl Hensley 
Ronald Irby 
Bennett Jennings 
Earl Lagraize 
Michael Morris 
Jeffrey Murray 
Paul Pinkston 
Michael Powell 
Richard Schwing 

l William Strohm 
Rodney Windham 
Russell Windham 



FIRST RO W.- 
John Ammons 
Baxter Beavers 
James Bowers 
William Boswell 
Jerry Brocato 
Thomas Burt 
Stephen Coker 
Jerry Dyess 

SECOND ROW: 

Tony Engels 
Marc Fentress 
Shannon Flynn 
Bobby French 
J. C. Hensen 
Lewis H errington 
Joseph Langton 
John Madden 

THIRD ROW: 

Robert McCormick 
Scott Middleton 
Michael Newell 
Robert Noonan 
Michael Peters 
Billy Polk 
Donald Presutti 
Tony Purvis 

FOURTH ROW: 

Robert Saxon 
Turner Scarborough 
Thomas Scott 
Wyatt Sharp 
James Starnes 
Michael Stein 
Joseph Stoessel 
Audley Taylor 

FIFTH ROW: 

Monroe Wallace 
Jim Wanek 
Thomas Watts 
Bragg Williams 
Morris Williams 



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He's ugly, but you should have seen Tall 




Eleven men on a football team . . . but the big one is a Pike. 



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The flag above all others at a Pep Rally 
. . . at State . . . at Ole Miss . . . the flag 
waves forever; and the E's are there. 



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NOT PICTURED: 

Richard Booker, Robert Chiswell, Robert Cote, 
Robert Duval, Thomas Gillaspy, Kenneth In- 
man, William Kloss, John Low, Frank Lusk, 
Joseph McCollough, Edwin Matheny, James 
Morton, Padraic O'Brien, James O'Dell, 
Harold Parker, James Plaisance, Victor Roberts, 
William White, Royce Wilkinson, Enrique Yon. 




Wonder who will decorate Lake Byron next year? We'll have a new house to do. 




Like we said, the ZAE\s are everywhere . . . but the Fair survived anyway. 



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FIRST ROW: 

James Allen, William Beard, Curt Berg, Benjy 
Best, James Biedenharn, Jim Bozeman, Joe 
Calahan, Stephens Calcote, William Cathey, 
Steve Childers. 



SECOND ROW: 

Lanny Craft, John Curro, Gerald Day, Danny 
Denton. William Dickey, Dutch Felchlin, Al- 
fred Foster, Ray Gibson, Bill Grinsted, Fred 
Haddad. 



THIRD ROW: 

Brelon Hill, Joel Holifleld, Aubrey Kirkland, 
Alpheus Leigh, John Lewis, James Lilly, Joseph 
Lott, Don Macdonald, Richard Maes, Wesley 
Miller. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Phillip Minyard, Ronnie Mizell, Al Nation, 
Jeff Newman, Michael Parker, Ellis Perkins, 
Tom Sanders, Mike Schwartz, James Seymour, 
Roger Stafford. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Walter Sullivan, Harry Sunderland, Jimmy Sut- 
ton, Randall Tschannen, Gary Wakstein, Jerry 
Waltman, Joseph Wash, Thomas Weathersby, 
Charles Weathersby, Francis Wheat. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Gladstone Williams, Paul Wimberly, Kye Wood- 
ham, Neri Yon. 



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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON was founded on March 9, 1856, 

at the University of Alabama. It was the first 

Greek-letter fraternity founded in the South and the only one 

to survive the Civil War. It not only survived, but grew, 

and is now the nation's largest social fraternity. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon appeared at USM as a Phi Alpha 

local on May 8, 1963. Two years of hard work and 

high goals were climaxed on December 11, 1965, when 

Mississippi Sigma Chapter was officially installed as the 151st 

chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
That constant first place in scholarship doesn't stop us 
from knowing how to party. Homecoming . . . and Travis 
Womack . . . pickin' with his toes. "But the Legion Hut won't 
hold 700 people!" Maybe . . . Hey, Boooo. And what can 
I say. Remembering the good old days . . . the gater and 
GLORIA. How 'bout that pledge football team.? Come 
through, athletes. Winter quarter highlights — "Paddy 
Murphy" party, Mardi Gras Ball, Spring Formal coming, 
too. The House . . . Three contractors, building our two- 
story Southern Colonial which the 'E's will occupy in 
September '67. What more need we say? Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon biggest, best in the nation. 




TOP ROW: Michael Levine, Corresponding Secretary; Benjy Best, 
Chaplain; Johnny Curro, Herald Roger Stafford, Warden; Ran- 
dell Allen, Athletic Chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Frank Lusk, 
Vice President; Tom Sanders, President; Brelon Hill, Treasurer. 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON was born in 1901 at Richmond 
College. As one of the six mother fraternities, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon has grown from its original twelve chapters to one of 
the largest fraternities in the world. 

Mississippi Gamma Chapter was chartered in 1953 as the 
third chapter in Mississippi and the 137th in the nation. 
Today, there are over 1 70 chapters with a combined 
membership of well over 70,000. 

With an active chapter of over twenty members, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon held one of its most successful rushes ever this year, 
and the pledge class stands at about thirty strong. 
With pledges and brothers working together on projects such 
as homecoming floats, car washes, pledge swaps, and work 
parties, we strive toward our ultimate goal of true brotherhood. 
Truly, Sigma Phi Epsilon at Southern strives to maintain 
the high ideals for which it is known throughout the nation. 



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OFFICERS— SEATED, FRONT: Howard J. Lee, President; 
Frank Misurelly, Vice President; Terry Lechner, Comptroller. 
BACK ROW: Gene McDaniels, Recorder; Chevis Swetman, Sec- 
retary. 




Sigma 

Phi 

Epsilon 

NOT PICTURED: 

Sid Eurer 
Doug Hinson 
Leo Joseph 
Ric Marshall 
Gene McDaniels 
D wight Nelson 
Jerome Parsons 
Jack Quin 
Roy Rodrigas 
Dan Seely 
Ron Slaughter 
Petey Smith 
Lionel Treadway 
Jim Wilcox 



FIRST ROW: 

Gary Lynn Bitzer 
Paul Harry Bloomdahl 
Elbert Boothe 
Wesley Gary Bush 
Bobby Campbell 
Charles Lamar Capps 
John Linwood Cote 
Joey Donnell 
William Duckey 



SECOND ROW: 

Arthur Louis Duvall 
Jerry Evans 
John James Evans 
George Malcolm Farrish 
James Elliott Foster 
Bill Francisco 
Robert Galofaro 
Ronald Wayne Gillis 
Henry Grantham 



THIRD ROW: 

John Grimes 
John Rexal Harris 
Wilbur Holder 
Edward Nicholas Kramer 
Terrence Michael Lechner 
Howard Jennings Lee 
Thomas David Littlepage 
Jerome Madison 
Frank Misurelly 



FOURTH ROW: 

Walter Jeff Nettles 
Donald Earl Perry 
Jerry Lee Sims 
Wilbur Harold Smith 
Charles Merrick Smith 
Chevis Clark Swetman 
Eugene Theodore Tibbett 
Rande Wall 
James Wilcox 



FIFTH ROW: 

Robert Willemoes 
John Elvin Williams 
Jerome Wilder Whipple 
Charles David Yarborough 
Robert Young 




Hey, pledges, don't slow down — the bus is next! 




The big thing isn't winning, it's the way you play the game 
that counts. 




A rush scene in the finest house on Fraternity Row. 



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Former IFC V.P. supervising . . . "Your fraternity would rather you lose fairly than to win by 
cheating. 



GREEK WEEK, the year's finale, and what a way to be 
sent off. It is a week of fun, sponsored by the Greeks, but 
intended for everyone. The Carnival, Street Dance, 
Slave Auctions are all a part. The whole thing is 
carefully organized and supervised by the Interfraternity 
Council, and comes to a close with day-long competition 
around College Lake followed by a dance as we all 
become friends again. 



Hey! Have ya'll seen an emerald green contact? 



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The PANHELLENIG COUNCIL, which is composed of two 

representatives from each sorority, for the first time this year has been under 

the direction of Mrs. Ben Chappell, Assistant Dean of Women in 

charge of sororities. The council's activities have ranged from entering a 

first-place float in Hattiesburg's Christmas parade to regularly visiting a 

local home for the elderly. Their unified efforts have helped 

strengthen Southern's Greek system and illustrate to the community some 

of the ideals and purposes of sorority women. 



Some sorority leaders and rushees enjoy a Panhellenic-spon- 
sored style show. 



Mrs. Chappell registers and advises rushees at registration in 
Nat's Nook. 




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BACK ROW: Carol Whetstone, Carol Diner, Linda Dickey, Dorthy Mennell, Medora 
Poole, Shelia Shotts, Jean Quesenberry, Becky Allums, Pat Hollinger. FRONT ROW: 
Marcia Hire, Vice President; Sandy Weigle, President; Noailles Sarphie, Treasurer; 
Rosemary Boswell, Secretary; Beverly Johnson. 




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ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA was founded in Farmville, Virginia, 

on November 15, 1901. Beta Delta, one of forty- five chapters, 

began its history at USM as the second national sorority 

on campus. 

We started off the year with a successful rush . . . great 

pledges . . . slumber parties, pledges' Halloween party for 

actives . . . will we ever get over it? The Founder's Day 

Banquet, parent-daughter banquet, and finally the long-awaited 

Red Slipper Ball filled the Alpha Sigma Alpha Calandar. 

Spirit, enthusiasm, and hard work brought Beta Delta 

the national Scholastic Improvement Award. Alpha Sigs also 

topped in charity projects, athletics, and campus activities. 

Alpha Sigs are . . . active in all phases of campus life . . . 

social and scholastic achievements . . . ROTC sponsors . . . 

beauties . . . class officers . . . senators . . . Alpha Lambda Delta 

officers . . . Druids . . . Dean's List and President's List 

Scholars. 

Sisters of Alpha. Sigma Alpha share everlasting friendships in 

a wonderful sorority. 






SEATED: Sandi Weigh, 1st Vice President; Edna Skinner, Presi- 
dent; Dorothy Mennell, 2nd Vice President. STANDING: Elaine 
Rahaim, Recording Secretary; Susan Taylor, Treasurer; Peggy 
Malone, Pledge Trainer; Pat Prescott, Corresponding Secretary. 




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SIGMA 

ALPHA 



NOT PICTURED: 

Martha Bankston, Suzanne Hutto, Judy Louise 
Klein, Elaine Theresa Rahaim, Lydia While. 




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FIRST ROW: 

Leah Beth Allen, Margaret Elise Anderson, 
Suzanne Hutto, Anne Benke, Kathleen Black- 
burn, Theresa Jane Brophy, Brenda Burnham, 
Shelia Burnham, Carolyn Jean Buttles, Kath- 
erine Davis. 



SECOND ROW: 

Rosy Donohue, Jean Eagar, Jennifer Eichel- 
berger, Connie Eien, Karen Fairtey, Becky 
Fuller, Susan French, Patricia Ann Jabour, 
Susan Elyse Goforth, Judy Kay Hallenus. 



THIRD ROW: 

Dea Hanson, Stephanie Lew Jones, Ann Cecilia 
Kennedy, Patricia Loper, Gloria Dianne Lu- 
trick, Barbara Jean MacGregor, Dianne Malone, 
Peggy Malone, Dorothy Mennell, Patricia Ann 
McMullan. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Charlotte Ann McQueen, Wanda Ann Murrah, 
Donna Ruth Nelson, Sherry Nowlin, Louise 
Margaret Peden, Patty Perkins, Patricia Pres- 
cott, Myra L. Richardson, Frances Elena 
Rodenbough, Ruth Ann Shelton. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Edna Skinner, Patricia Sue Sommers, Cynthia 
Faye Speed, Frances Jean Stone, Ina Jo 
Shrahan, Jamey Lyn Sushinski, Susan Regina 
Taylor, Lydia Elise White, Barbara Ellen 
Weiss, Sandy Ellen Weigle. 




Panhellenic president demonstrates prowess in egg-throwing 
contest. 



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A national Fluff . . . being honored at Convention in the Bahamas. 




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OMEGA 



NOT PICTURED: 
Jumel Thames Hicks 



FIRST ROW: 

Trisha Anderson, Linda Amacker, Janis Barnes, 
Bev Berry, Ann Bond, Becky Bonne, Sarai Ann 
Canfield, Princy Cook, Martha Kaye Combest, 
Claudette Crawford, Marsha Crosby. 

SECOND ROW: 

Kathryn Crowder, Marion Daniel, Gail Yvonne 
Dantzler, Linda Daws, Linda Dobbs, Betty 
DeMoville, Linda Dickey, Martha Alice Duna- 
gin, Patricia Lucille Ellis, Libby Falcon, Judy 
Lynn Field. 

THIRD ROW: 

Donna Lee Field, Jane Fly, Lynda Ann Ford, 
Rachel Fortenberry, Linda Gannon, Marilyn 
Gerhart, Sharon Diane Grubbs, Penny Hale, 
Barbara Hayles, Merida Hathorn, Carolyn 
Helveston. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Sandra Clair Holder, Pat Hollinger, Sharyn 
Lynne Huthinson, Jean Marie Johnson, Janet 
Jones, Kathy Lambeth, Barbara Anne Lewis, 
Marilyn Miller, Pamela Mitchell, Rebecca Mc- 
Allister, Ellen McCurdie. 

FIFTH ROW: 

Janet McCurdie, Linda Diane McKay, Nancy 
Nefj , Frances Gayle Nimocks, Brenda Ogletree, 
Linda Ogletree, Louise Ory, Jacqueline Pace, 
Jean Parker, Shelley Percy, Jo Perkins. 

SIXTH ROW: 

Janice Phillips, Vicki Prescott, Merry Rich- 
mond, Connie Lou Riley, Cindy Ross, Cheryl 
Ann Sanders, Sandra Schroder, Janet Elaine 
Shearer, Janet Shelton, Marilyn Skrmetta, 
Sylvia Jane Smith. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

Susan Rebecca Smith, Fran Sullivan, Jacque 
Summers, Katherine Sutherland, Delphime 
Voss, Carol Wentworth, Joan Wentworth, 
Brenda Lou Wilson, Polly Eileen Woodell, Dale 
Yarborough. 



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CHI OMEGA, the first national fraternity for women, was 

founded April 9, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. 

Chi Omega was truly Southern-born for at this time there 

were no sororities below the Mason-Dixon Line. Chi Omega 

was started on Southern's campus as Mu Omega and 

became the National Epsilon Delta chapter on April 23, 1949. 

Seventeen Chi Omegas were elected campus senators, 

class favorites, campus honoraries, pom-pon girls, Dixie 

Darlings, six ROTC positions, beauties, fraternity sweethearts, 

cheerleaders, Best Dressed Coed for 1966, Homecoming 

maids, Druids, SCF officers, and USM pageant finalist. 

Chi Omegas will remember the pallet parties, workshops, 

float decorating, banquets, dances, popcorn time, coffee pots 

perking, and song fest. 

But aside from activities on campus, there is a depth in 

Chi Omega which goes beneath the glitter of University 

honors — Chi Omega remains a true sisterhood. 




Jane Fly, Treasurer; Vicki Prescott, President; Marilyn Miller, 
Pledge Trainer; Ann Bond, Vice President; Jean Parker, Secretary. 




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"TRI DELTA is for always." That's what Sara Ida Shaw 

intended when she founded our sisterhood at Boston 

University, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. Southern's Phi Epsilon 

became one of the 108 international chapters on 

March 31, 1951. 

Our endeavors and joys are many, from the granting of 

scholarships each year to the love we feel for "Wang Chi," 

our adopted Korean orphan. We try — always together — and 

succeed. 

Delta Delta Deltas are everywhere: Three SGA officers, 

Pom Pon girls, cheerleaders, D.D.'s, ROTC Brigade and 

Company Sponsors, ATO Sweetheart and KA Rose. Class 

Officers and homecoming court, four in Who's Who, Druids 

president, Phi Delta Rho president, Miss Mississippi, 

Miss Southern, Miss USM; the list goes on and on. But most 

of all we're Tri-Delts. 

Those unbelievable meetings and the beautiful ones. Song Fest 

forever! Candlelight epidemic, social life, but again number 

one scholastically. Friendliness: a way of life for the Tri Delta. 

We are 78,000 women, strongly bound by a set of inspiring and 

beautiful rituals and ideals. Little wonder we sing, 

"Delta love lives within us forever." Tri Delta is, truly, 

for always. 



SEATED: Sheila Prichard, President; Sharon Land, Vice Presi- 
dent. STANDING: Beverly Dale, Secretary; Judy Lee, Treasurer; 
Carolee Floyd, Marshall. 







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DELTA 
DELTA 




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Posiedon will guide you. 



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NOT PICTURED: 
Sharon Land, Laurel Lay. 



FIRST ROW: 

Peggy Abshier, Sylvia Alley, Kathy Bell, Martha 
Kay Blue, Kay Boatman, Janis Campbell, 
Patsy Chance, Pat Cubley, Beverly Dale, Bobby 
Jean Davidson, Johnnette Dees. 



SECOND RO W.- 
Jeanne Anne Edwards, Ann Ellzey, Sherrye 
Ethridge, Sally Floyd, Carolee Floyd, Gayden 
Flowers, Pam Forte, Paula Gautier, Mary Eve- 
lyn Gautier, Shan Griffin, Pat Hammons. 



THIRD ROW: 

Liz Hogue, Gerrie Hogue, Camille Kling, Kitty 

Kolger, Sharyn Lawson, Judy Lee, Kathy Little, 

Emmy Lowrey, Kay Lucius, Lana Luper, Linda 

Mann. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Nancy McMillan, Ann McWhorter, Sue Ann 
Miller, Janet Neher, Colleen O'Mara, Carolyn 
Parker, Becky Parris, Sherry Pierce, Carole 
Pigott, Mary Jo Pollman, Jacque Posey. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Shelia Prichard, Jean Quesenberry, Marty 
Rawls, Carolyn Reynolds, Betty Ann Rimmer, 
Beth Roberts, Dale Russell, Susan Russell, 
Noailles Sarphie, Carol Sartin, Candy Sealy. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Beverly Smith, Cindy Stewart, Cheryl Smith, 
Tippie Waites, Joan Webb, Cheryl Wilgar, 
Sonja Wilkes, Julie Wingfleld. 



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A congregation of more than two Deltas, and 
nobody talking? . . . 



Bo must be doing a solo. 




Loyal float-builders work, dauntless in 
zero-degree weather. 






Stop, in the name of love! 




Congratulations are in order for the three Delta Zeta ROTC sponsors. 



How do you build the best float? AZ'i plus representatives from all fraternities. 




DELTA 
ZETA 



NOT PICTURED: 

Becky Allums, Sharon Ellis, Susan McClintoc, 
Vicki Owens, Mary Beth Nelson. 



FIRST ROW: 

Rita Justina Austin, Linda Ayers, Lynn Bald- 
win, Charlotte Marie Barnett, Marcia jean 
Broadus, Susan Elaine Brown, Melrose Burns, 
Karen Lynn Case, Marinell Davis, Elizabeth 
Ann Edwards. 



SECOND ROW: 

Linda Ann Granger, Linda Kay Harrison, Shir- 
ley Anne Hazzlerigg, Virki Hendershot, Billie 
Jean Herrod, Candy Bernadette Hilton, Mary 
Katherine Holman, Bambia Jan Horton, Linda 
Dale Hulse, Beverly Gay Johnson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Diane Jones, Rebecca Jones, Susan Diane Jones, 
Pamela Keller, Laura Dale Lanius, Shelby 
Dean Latham, Gayle Leech, Peggy Colleen 
Loflin, Priscilla Jane Long, Karen McCool. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Wanda Faye McKey, Patricia Elizabeth Mur- 
phy, Paulette Elaine Page, Tanya Peterson, 
Elizaeth Ann Pittman, Ginger Ponder, Marilyn 
Ann Psencik, Dedee Roberts, Marcia Jeanne 
Schad, Jima Carter- Schaen. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Paula Dianne Shelton, Stephanie Marie Smith, 
Ronee Camille Sommers, Astrid Spencer, San- 
dra Nora Stewart, Susan Stevenson, Pamela 
Paulette Walker, Marcia Kirk White, Sandra 
Kay Williams. 



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DELTA ZETA was founded at Miami University in Oxford, 

Ohio on October 24, 1902. Since then Delta Zeta 

has grown to over 165 chapters across the nation, making it 

the largest national sorority with a membership of over 65,000. 

After one short year, Epsilon Mu boasts many honors 

distributed among a membership of over sixty girls. 

Fall found Delta Zeta busy with big sister-little sister parties, 

pledge swaps, float decorating parties, and impromptu 

entertainment for the pledges by the actives. 

With a brand new active class, Valentine and spring formals 

highlighted the season. Intramurals and Greek Week 

rounded out a great Delta Zeta year for the proud girls who 

wear the the Diamond and Four Pearls. 




Sandra Stewart, Treasurer; Billie Jean Herrod, Vice President 
in charge of Pledge Training; Beverly Johnson, President; Sharon 
Ellis, Recording Secretary; Linda Ayers, Vice President in charge 
of Membership. 



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KAPPA DELTA was founded on October 23, 1897, at 

Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. 

Beta Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta was founded at Mississippi 

Southern College, May 14, 1949. 

Getting the year off with a most successful rush, Kappa 

Delta faced a new, exciting year. 

Kappa Deltas on campus include cheerleaders, class officers, 

favorites, beauties, ROTC sponsors, Greek Goddess, Dixie 

Darlings, senior maid, and homecoming queen. 

Honorary organizations with Kappa Delta members are: Phi 

Delta Rho, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, and 

Druids. Besides that, we set a scholarship record of 3.1, 

and received the scholarship plaque on Honors Day. 

The Kappa Deltas have planned numerous parties including the 

Christmas dance and the White Rose formal at the end of 

the school year. 

Kappa Delta is a composite of many things, little sisters 

plus big sisters equal Kappa Delta love, entertaining 

in the chapter room, hard work, fun, and that genuine 

Kappa Delta spirit. 



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Jackie Carr, Rush Chairman; Bonnie Craig, President; Linda Mc- 
Innis, Assistant Treasurer; Ann ^Stahler, Editor; Ann Smith, 
Treasurer; Royce Ann Siegrist, Vice President; Lynn Ellis, Sec- 
tary. 




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NOT PICTURED: 

Gayle Breazeale, Mary Jo Engles, Jeannie 
Fairly, Sandra Harrison, Eleanor McKeithen, 
Jeanie McPherson, Linda Thompson. 



FIRST ROW: 

Diane Anders, Nancy Archer, Carolyn Arm- 
strong, Rita Baker, Mary Sue Baylis, Becky 
Benson, Sherry Benson, Jenny Biglane, Kathy 
Bishop, Donna Brasher, Barbara Burns. 



SECOND ROW: 

Camille Butler, Camille Campbell, Tommie 
Carney, Sherrie Carpenter, Jacqueline Carr, 
Lisa Clark, Montr essa Cochran, Justine Ann 
Cox, Bonnie Craig, Jan Dale, Tommie Davis. 



THIRD ROW: 

Linda Disharoon, Lynn Ellis, Vicki Farr, Sandra 
Faulkner, Dianne Fisackerly, Lulu Gamard, 
Patty Graham, Beth Hardage, Linda Hinton, 
Suzanne Johnson, Betty Johnston. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Sandra Nell Jones, Laurel Jordan, Jo Ann Jus- 
sely, Faye Kersh, Empress Kilpatrick, Linda 
King, Pat King, Gaye Long, Sachia Long, 
Margaret MacLennan, Sandra McCall. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Nan McCormick, Linda Mclnnis, Donna Mc- 
Kinnon, Dinah McMillan, Joy Montgomery, 
Shelia Moore, Bobby Jean Morris, Bonita 
Murff, Jane Murray, Mary Jo Myrick, Janet 
Piccinati. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Medora Poole, Vicki Ramsay, Karlyn Riggsby, 
Georgiana Risk, Beverly Robinson, Ludie 
Rogers, Lynn Russell, Donna Schwinler, Shelia 
Shotts, Royce Ann Siegrist, Ann Smith. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Glenda Smith, Tamara Smith, Ann Stahler, 
Sany Taylor, Linda Thompson, Ginny Trask, 
Carol Wadsworth, Charlotte Warren, Patty 
Wilhite, Jean Williams. 




Jimmy's enjoying this as much as Diane, as they dance 
during the KA's party for retarded children. 





Kappa Delta spirit is obvious as we back 
Southern. 



Put it on 'em, PiccinattU! 



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Any minute that little Underwood will spill the beans about Santa Claus. 




Gary's a happy fellow — surrounded by two Phi Mu's. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Mary Ann Durrant, Cherly Ann Haslett, Cyn- 
thia Ann Perkins, Marilyn Kay Pittman. 



FIRST ROW: 

Mary Imogene Beech, Rose Mary Boswell, 
Linda Gale Brooks, Patricia Caraher, Barbara 
Ann Davis, Leslie Virginia Dame, Sandra Eliza- 
beth Dejean, Portie Demetropolis, Patricia 
Domergue, Phyliss Fay DuBose. 



SECOND ROW: 

Randa Dyar, Suzonne Ellis, Cynthia Jean Fen- 
nel, Elizabeth Finnegan, Donna Lyn Gellnicht, 
Joahan Grimm, Deborah Pamela Haley, Bev- 
erly Hawkins, Viki Suzanne Helms, Charlotte 
Hope Hinson. 



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THIRD ROW: 

Karen King Hiley, Carol Hollingsworth, Kay 
Holmes, Sue King, Jean Carol Lanier, Susan 
Lockhart, Paula Ann Longmire, Sue Lynda 
Luster, Geraldine Oberg, Jenny McDaniel. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Sherry Marie Moudy, Kay Murray, Pam Nel- 
son, Helen Patterson, Janice Polewoda, Suzanne 
Purvis, Sandi Reeves, Elizabeth Richardson, 
Frances Robinson, Nancy Shoemake. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Toni Cherie Shows, Peggy Smith, Sue Smith, 
Drenda Spitchley, Mary Kay Stewart, Joy 
Lisbeth Stowe, Pamela Stubbs, Juanita Sullivan, 
Melanie Terranova, Judy Toy. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Philis Ree Van Landingham, Linda Wacaster, 
Cynthia Ward Waller, Sandra Walker, Kathy 
Webb, Roblyn Lee Wells, Nancy Wells. 



PHI MU sorority was founded by three prominent 

students at Wesleyan College on March 4, 1852. Since then 

it has become a growing organization of sisterhood having 

95 active chapters with 45,000 members. The 

Alpha Omicron chapter was installed on Southern's campus 

March 25, 1950. 

Phi Mu's are active and interested in their university's 

endeavors. Phi Mu's can be found in the Committee of 100, 

the student senate, and as representatives to the SCOPE 

conferences. Campus life at USM has been enriched 

by the presence of Phi Mu's as campus beauties, ROTC 

sponsors, and cheerleaders. The Pike pledge class and Phi 

Taus claim Phi Mu's as sweethearts. 

We enjoy Big Sister-Little Sister parties, senior parties, 

and the annual Valentine and Spring dances. Girls are so 

gullible, Susan the Ghost, panics Panhellenic . . . "We've got 

the Spirit!" Always en masse at Pep Rallies. Other 

things to remember . . . how to sneak a mouse exterminator 

into the building. 
Phi Mu's shall strive for excellence, as we are the proud wearers 

of the three bright stars. 




SEATED: Charlotte Hinson, Membership Chairman; Sandi 
Reeves, President; Roblyn Wells, Vice President. STANDING: 
Barbara Davis, Recording Secretary; Sue King, Pledge Director; 
Beverly Hawkins, Corresponding Secretary. 





PI BETA PHI, one hundred years old, is one of the oldest 
national fraternities for women. Mississippi Alpha Chapter, 
started on Southern's campus in April of 1961, is one of 111 
chapters across the United States. 

Active members and pledges participate and hold offices in 
many extracurricular activities . . . Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Druids, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and the Student Government 
Association. Pi Phi's win Homecoming float awards, Who's Who, 
band fraternity sweetheart, and debate trophies from 
tournaments throughout the South. 

This year is highlighted by pledge swaps, service projects, 
and initiation. In this centennial year the Pi Phi is even 
closer to the wine and silver blue and looks forward to 
another next century of sisterhood. 



SEATED: Nancy Hathorn, Pledge Trainer; Gail Rouse, Vice 
President; Louise Bailey, President. STANDING: Pam Prichard, 
Corresponding Secretary; Becky Taylor, Rush Chairman; Dawn 
Cromarti. Recording Secretary; Mary Hudson, Treasurer; Kath- 
erine Schledwitz, Scholarship Chairman. 







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NOT PICTURED: 
Martha Harris, Sybil Marty. 



FIRST RO W.- 
Judy Diane Auw, Louise Bailey, Bethany Bert 
Barron, Carole Ann Baylis, Mary Elizabeth 
Bishop, Jeanne Louise Bridges, Rebecca Joyce 
Burst, Patricia Byrnes, Kathryn Elizabeth Carr, 
Daivn Cromartie. 



SECOND ROW: 

Marilee Dukes, Katrina Marguerite Farrie, 
Linda Marie Garrard, Holli Gray, Marsha Jo 
Gillis, Ann Grove, Nancy Hathorn, Marcia 
Ann Hire, Mary Hudson, Mary Elizabeth 
Hurst. 



THIRD ROW: 

Marcella Ann Jordan, Joy Elaine Johnson, Jean 
Susan LaCasse, Alice Marie Land, Genevieve 
Lewis, June Elizabeth McCaskill, Margueritte 
Ellen McDonnell, Marilyn Ann Myers, Mary 
Janice Myers, Nancy Nicholson. 






FOURTH ROW: 

Linda Angeline Noland, Kay Nowlin, Bettie 
Jane Patterson, Natalie Marie Peters, Beverly 
Dianne Poole, Ingrid Dayne Price, Anne 
Pamela Pritchard, Gail Rouse, Kathryn Ann 
Schledwitz, Janet Kay Seale. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Robin Smalling, Sarah Ann Strayham, Becky 
Taylor, Sarah Anne Thurman, Frances Welker, 
Nancy Gale Waller, Eddie Katherine Welford, 
Cheryl Eileen Williams, Elizabeth Wilson. 




Rushees inspect one of many "happies" exchanged between big and little sisters. 





Pi Phi goes Oriental for this fun party. 

Preparting to depart for a visit with sisters throughout 
Mississippi 



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Tri-Sigmas admiring a display of gifts. 




NOTE PICTURED: 
Clairlei Morrison 



Super-Sigmas . . . Tug-a-War Specialists. 



FIRST ROW: 

Mary Cameron 

Susy Christiance 

Sandra D'Angelo 

Rebecca Antoinette Dillard 

Carol Ann Diver 

Melissa Elm 

Diane Fant 



SECOND ROW: 

Rita Suzanne Fletcher 

Dianne Frances Foster 

Margaret Jo Gamble 

Janis Marie Graham 

Joyce Marie Lylee 

Susan Leigh Maddox 

Marilyn Gail Miller 



Enjoying one of the many occasions to celebrate Sigma Sigma 
Sigma sisterhood. 




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THIRD ROW: 

Cynthia Suzanne Miller 

Carolyn Edna Moore 

Mary Celina Mulvihill 

Anna Jane Odom 

Rita Quinnelly 

Robbie Elizabeth Randall 

Rebecca Marie Rayfield 



FOURTH ROW: 

Ruby Frances Roberts 

Anne B. Shaddock 

Mary Elizabeth Simmons 

Candance L. Smith 

Patricia E. Thompson 

Carol Ann Whetstone 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA, the first national sorority installed 

on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi, 

was founded April 20, 1898, in Farmville, Virginia. The 

founders established the sorority on the belief that high ideals, 

self-confidence, and lasting friendships will produce 

well-rounded, self reliant women. 

The Tri-Sigmas' national philanthropic project is the 

"Robbie Page Memorial." Started in order to build a ward 

for crippled children at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the 

project has now branched out into other fields, all centering 

around the theme of "helping children." 

Sigma Sigma Sigmas on Southern's campus enjoy a 

full calendar of activities each year. Highlights of the year 

are a Big Sister-Little Sister Christmas Party, a Christmas 

Charity Project, a "Miss What-Ever-It-Is" contest, Sigma 

Week, a spring formal, and the Founder's Day Banquet. 




SEATED: Sandra D'Angelo, Outgoing President; Cyndy Miller, 
Vice President; Suzanne Fletcher, Recording Secretary. STAND- 
ING: Janis Graham, Treasurer; Rebecca Rayfild, Corresponding 
Secretary; Suzi Christiance, Keeper of the Grades; Fran Roberts, 
Incoming President. 





SONG FEST which each year the ever-gracious Chi Omega hostesses organize 
and conduct. Here, the Tri-Deltas proceed to win for the third consecutive 
year, thereby earning permamanent possessions of the trophy. 



PANHELLENIC suggested the balconies be decorated for Homecoming 
Great idea. Together we Greeks stuffed plastic in those little holes and loved 
\a7 " owever > w , her } roused °t dawn following Homecoming Eve to Unstuff— 
Well . . . enthusiasm waned somewhat. 



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THE HONORABLE PAUL B. JOHNSON 

Governor, State of Mississippi 



Administration 



DR. WILLIAM D. McCAIN 

President, University of Southern Mississippi 



The SOUTHERNER is a useful, entertaining, and 
beautiful picture record of the happenings on our 
campus year after year. This valuable book is a vital 
part of our college life, and it helps to portray the 
progress made through the years. It is important 
to us now, but in the years to come it will become an 
invaluable source of information and pleasure. 
Congratulations to the editor and her staff on this 
1967 edition of the SOUTHERNER. 

President 

Members whose terms expire May 7 , 1976 

MILTON E. BRISTER, Fourth Congressional District 

Kilmichael 



M. PAUL HAYNES, Northern Supreme Court District . .Baldwyn 
THOMAS N. TURNER, Third Congressional District . . .Belzoni 
SENATOR GEORGE M. YARBROUGH, Second Congressional 

District Red Banks 

LEON LOW REY, LaBauve Trustee (Desoto County) Olive Branch 

Members whose terms expire May 7, 1972 

W. O. STONE, Central Supreme Court District Jackson 

IRA L. MORGAN, State-at-Large Oxford 

M. M. ROBERTS, Sixth Congressional District Hattiesburg 

E. RAY IZARD, Southern Supreme Court District . . .Hazlehurst 

Members whose terms expire May 7 1968 

DR. VERNER S. HOLMES, Seventh Congressional District 

McComb 

J. N. LIPSCOMB, First Congressional District Macon 

S. R. EVANS, State-at-Large Greenwood 

TALLY RIDDELL, Fifth Congressional District Quitman 

Officers of Board 

S. R. EVANS Chairman 

DR. E. R. JOBE Secretary and Director 






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PAULINE ROGERS STOUT, B.A., M.A. 
Research and Editorial 
Assistant to the President 

ERNESTINE LAWHON, B.S., M.A. 
Dean of Women 

WILLIAM RADER GRANTHAM, B.S., M.A. 
Dean oj Men 



AUBREY KEITH LUCAS, B.S., M.A. 
Registrar 

ALONZO HOLMES STURGEON, B.S., LL.B. 

Acting Director of Admissions 

ALBERT JOSEPH JAEGER, B.B.A. 

Assistant Financial Secretary 



PAUL CLAUDE MORGAN, A.B., M.S., Ed.D. 
Dean oj Division of Continuing Education 

WARREN FRANCIS TRACY, A.B., B.S., 

M.A., Ph.D. 
Librarian 

ROBERT HAYS CLEVELAND, B.S. 
Director of Public Relations 



CLIFFORD HELMAR HAGENSON, B.S.Ed., 
Ph.M. 

Director of Housing 

POWELL G. OLGETREE, B.S., M.A. 
Alumni Secretary 

JAMES EDWARD BAXTER, B.A., M.A., 
Ed.D. 



Director of Placement Bureau 



WILLIAM ELLIS KIRKPATRICK, B.S., 
M.S. 

Director of University Union 

JOEL REESE EAKENS, B.S. 
Director of Physical Plant 

ROBERT WILLIAM PETERS, B.A., M.A., 
Ph.D. 

Director of Research and Projects 




Some of our Administrators meet with the Building Committee of 
the State Board of Trustees. New Buildings must keep pace with 
an ever-increasing enrollment. 




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College of Arts 
and Sciences 



Graduate enrollment in the College of Arts and 

Sciences increased during the past year nearly 

100% and new doctoral programs were 

inaugurated in the fields of Geography and Science 

Education. Out of a faculty of 155 in the College, 

72 have the Ph.D. degree. In addition to teaching 

duties, there has been notable increase by the 

faculty in publication of books, articles and the 

presentation of papers before conventions. 

Moreover, two scholarly journals, The Journal of 

Mississippi History and The Southern Quarterly, 

are edited by faculty members in the 

College of Arts and Sciences. 





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Departments 

Biology 

Botany 

Microbiology 

Zoology 

Chemistry 

Communications 

Journalism 

Public Address 

Radio-Television 

English 

French 

German 

Spanish 

Geography 

Geology 

History 

Mathematics 

Physics 

Political Science 

Philosophy 

Religion and Philosophy 

Sociology 

Speech and Hearing Sciences 

Audiology 

Language Disorders 

Speech Pathology 









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FACULTY 

Barbara A. Adams 

Dr. John H. Allen 

lrmgard Zeyss Anderson 

Dr. William Hilton Anderson 

Dr. Howard W. Bahr 

Sgt. Jason Basinger 

John L. Bean 

Dr. John H. Bedenbaugh 

Stanley Black 

Ben Blackmon 

Dr. Gordon C. Bond 

Dr. John Howard Bounds 

Dr. Richard Lee Bowen 

Dr. Richard H. Bowens 

Lt. Col. Colon A. Bozeman 

Mrs. Lois T. Breland 

Dr. Robert A. Brent 

Mrs. Bonnie Carter Bringar 

Dr. Bahngrell Brown 

Fred W. Brown 

Marice Brown 

Ruth B. Brown 

Frank W. Buckley 

Dr. John Burrus 

Danny Carter 

Dr. Ben A. Chappell 

Thomas T. Chisholm 

Ernest James Clark 

Joe R. Clayton 

Margaret G. Clayton 

Dr. William Cliburn 

Dr. Gordon R. Coe 

Dr. William S. Coker 

John Melton Coleman 

George T. Crocker 

Mrs. Virginia P. Cromwell 

George Frederick Crozier 

Col. John Dale 

Dr. Julia M. Davis 



Dr. J. Treadwell Davis 

Capt. John H. Dorland 

Dr. Christos Leonidas Doumas 

Raymond V. Downey 

Miss Etoile DuBard 

Dr. Horace C. Dudley 

Col. James E. Echols 

James Edwards 

Capt. Jesse F. Edwards 

Linda Elkins 

Mary Ellis 

Alice Wilkinson Essary 

Leon Eubanks 

Russell I. Everett 

Dr. Virginia Felder 

Dr. William M. Felsher 

Dr. Claude E. Fike 

Arthur Geoffrey Fish 

Giovanni Fontecchio 

Linda Fox 

Billie W. Franks 

John M. Frazier 

Sgt. Jesse W . Frier 

Dr. Argle Scott Garrow 

Patricia Garrow 

Dr. Albert Donald George 

Dr. Mildred Giles 

Dr. John Gonzales 

Alton Hare 

Dr. Glen T. Harper 

Dr. James E. Harris 

Dr. Antonio Harrises 

Robert D. Hatcher 

Dr. William H. Hatcher 

Dr. Edvard Heiberg 

Mrs. Virginia Hopper 

Guy Horton 

Amelia Hudson 

George Hurst 



Mrs. Sara Johnson 

Dr. Samuel P. Jones 

Dr. Wallace G. Kay 

Dr. Arthell Kelley 

Dr. Edgar Kelly 

Dr. Norman H. Kiess 

Geraldine Y. Lambright 

Dr. Charles E. Lane 

Dr. J. Scott Long 

Dr. Robert Bruce Mahaffey 

Capt. John P. Massey 

Charles B. Mauldin 

Kenneth G. McCarty 

Harry Wells McCraw 

Jesse Oscar McKee 

Daniel McMurry 

Patricia A. McRaven 

Ma). Barney Meaders 

Perry Lou Milner 

Lola Mobley 

Dr. Charles W. Moorman 

Ruth G. Moorman 

Dr. Ashley G. Morgan 

Jack Munn 

Ml Sgt. Rollins H. Nash 

Dr. John Nau 

Editha Neumann 

Dr. Carl R. Newsom 

Dr. George W. Nicholson 

Dr. Linwood Orange 

Dr. Stanley Parry 

Barbara Parsons 

Dr. Oscar L. Paulson 

Dr. Robert W. Peters 

Henry I. Phillips 

Carrie Louise Porter 

Dr. John Phillip Posey 

Michael R. Rathbun 

Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers Reynolds 



Dr. John D. Reynolds 

Donald E. Riley 

Myrah N. Riley 

James A. Robertson 

Anthony C. Rouchon 

Robert P. Russun 

Dr. William K. Scarborough 

Eduardo Scheel 

John Simpson 

Janet T. Sims 

Ralph Siverio 

Rufus Sizemore 

Dr. John R. Skates 

Dr. Byron C. Smith 

Dr. Gaston Smith 

Dr. Jack A. Smith 

William F. St. Clair 

Dr. Peter Stocks 

Mrs. Pauline R. Stout 

Ray Strebeck 

Dr. Clayton Sullivan 

A. Henry Swann 

Dr. Shelby F. Thames 

Jaroslaw Tomasziwskyj 

Dr. William Tuchak 

Dr. Forrest D. Tucker 

Dr. Frank Turner 

Benjamin O. Van Hook 

David L. Waite 

Dr. Fred Walker 

Tommy G. Watson 

Dr. Porter Webster 

Dr. Miner L. Weems 

Dr. David Lee Wertz 

Sgt. Donald G. Wiedel 

Dr. Leon A. Wilber 

Capt. Clinton L. Williams 

Carl L. Willis 

Douglas C. Windham 

Dr. Forrest E. Wood 



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Before class, a time to relax, or maybe to plan some new way to support 
V.S.M. Not every university is blessed with such spirited individuals. 
Where, but at Southern would you hear Malequena from a bugle, 



followed by "CHARGE," and know the Latin American students are 
lending enthusiasm. 




The LATIN AMERICAN INSTITUTE was 
founded at Southern in January of 1947. Foreign 
students were arriving on campus without a useful 
knowledge of English, American customs, manners, or 
morals. Realizing this, the late Col. Melvin G. Nydegger 
founded the institute. Courses are offered in English 
as well as customs, culture and politics of the 
United States. The Institute at Southern is an 
accredited one approved by the office of the Attorney 
General. Students passing the Test of English as a 
Foreign Language are qualified to enter any college 
or university in the nation to pursue further studies. 



Classes are small, with emphasis on individual participation. 

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MR. RALPH SIVERIO 
Director of the Institute 



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Latin-American students utilize the language lab to improve English verbal ability. That happy fellow on the right must have a music channel tuned in. 



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A busload of inquisitive young from the coast come to view pur L.A.I. 



Mrs. Nydegger has been at the institute 
since her husband founded it in 1947. 
Here we caught her by surprise. 



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STUDENT PRINTZ provides English \ 

reading practice. See the man on crutches. 
He's a soccer hero, with a broken foot to 
prove it. 





Takes a lot of practice to produce a squad this close to perfection. 







Preparing to add a few miles to that already accumulated 33,000. 



FIRST ROW: Dixie Kelly, Cecilia Lewis, Merilee Dukes, Lois 
Ann Peckham, Joyce Taylor. SECOND ROW: Carol Diver, 
Frances Cochran, Kathryn Scnledwitz, Mary Anne Strahan. 
THIRD ROW: Joe Lewis, Danny Kellich, Ed Nelson, Roger 
Hearn, Richard Beeson, Jimmie Gabucci, Scott Swanson, Danny 
Mitchell, Jerry Maxey. 



THE DEBATE SQUAD is, without qualification, 

one of the finest and most successful in the 

entire South. Under the coaching of Dr. Ben 

Chappell, the group has attained national 

recognition for excellence. And, although most of 

the members were without previous experience, 

they achieved a phenomenal 66 

per cent win record last year. 

During 1965-66 the group traveled over 33,000 

miles for competition, and Southern was one of 

few schools in the nation to have winning teams in 

both the national varsity and national novice tournaments. 

Squad membership is open to any student with an 

inquiring and organized mind who is interested in 

representing the University in inter-collegiate competition. 



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LAMBDA IOTA TAU, an international honorary 
society for students majoring or minoring in literature, 
was organized in 1953 and is a member of the 
American Association of College Honor Societies. 
The Alpha Delta chapter at USM was organized in 1954. 
Membership in Lambda Iota Tau not only constitutes 
a reward for excellence in scholastic achievement, 
but also provides the member an opportunity to 



FIRST ROW: Judi Foster, Publicity; Brian Johnson III, Essay 
Editor; Robert Combs, Editor-in-Chief. SECOND ROW: Pat 
Richardson, Poetry Editor; Linda Savell, Art Editor; Don Tanne- 
hill, Drama Editor; Ben Roper, Short Story Editor. 




discuss literature with the best students 
of his college generation. 
Members of Lambda Iota Tau make up the 
CONTEMPORARY staff. CONTEMPORARY, an 
annual publication, is Southern's literary magazine. 
Student and faculty contributions in the areas of 
poetry, creative essays and fiction are edited and 
presented for student appreciation, enjoyment, 
and contemplation. 



FIRST ROW: Doris Gober, Josephine Haley, Social Chairman; 
Marilyn Burris, Publicity Chairman; Perry Lou Milner, Faculty 
Moderator; Robert Combs, President; Patricia Richardson, Secre- 
tary; Royce Ann Siegrist, Treasurer; Anne Cibbs. SECOND ROW: 
Sally Mensi, June Bailey, Agnes Russell, Suzanne McLain, Sue 
Dueitt, Anita Dushlek, Mary Hall, Marilyn Miller, Delmas Crisp, 
Edward Benson Roper, John A. Turner, Frances Nimocks, Sherrie 
Ford, Cicely Reynolds, Regina Spiers, Martha Brown, Alice Price, 
Sherry Richards, Cindy Miller. 



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Personable photographers, Jim Ellis and Marco Nicovich. 



Danny Green, Editor-in-Chief. The kid 
strikes out for SGA reform, more student 
freedom. 




THE STUDENT PRINTZ, having 
recently installed a brand new 
offset press, is striving for better 
quality not only in printing, but 
also in editorial material. 
The bi-weekly publication has 
accumulated seven All-American 
and 13 Columbia Medalist 
honors over the years. 
The PRINTZ strives to provide 
Southern students with an accurate 
report of the news and to comment 
on campus situations. 
In addition to the new printing 
equipment, the PRINTZ has a 
photography processing laboratory, 
a United Press International 
wire service, and editorial and 
advertising offices. 



News 
ward 



Editors Ann Williams and Dennis Hay 
sort info from UPI teletype. 



John Harris, Managing Editor. 




.7 Times Ail-American . 



13 Times Columbia Medalist. 



Student Printz 

Pacemaker of Southern Jurnalism. 



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, HATTIESBURG. MISS. 




Lynn Cook, Feature Editor; Anne Jerrigan, Edi- 
torial Assistant; Jim Foster, Sports Editor. 




Ed Bozeman, in charge of backshop operations, 
pastes a page. 




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And in this corner is Al Nation, Controversial Cartoonist. 



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FRONT ROW: Donna Mclntyre, Dr. Glenn T. Harper, Faculty 
Advisor; Mabel Donavan, Historian; Arthur E. Lackey, Vice 
President; Robert S. Young, Secretary; Eric Thurston, President; 
Lucy Castleman. BACK ROW: John R. Skater Jr., Dr. John E. 
Gonzales, William B. Taylor, Nolan H. Brooks, Jimmy Williamson, 
Robert A. Bret, Bill Martin, Don Pittman, Joseph Kiesoriski, 
Frank L. Turner Jr., Dr. J. Treadwell Davis. 



PHI ALPHA THETA membership consists of students 

and professors who have achieved a standard of 

excellence in the study or writing of history. 

The major objective of the international honor society 

is promotion of the study of history. The organization 

provides service to members in the form of scholarships 

for scholarly work, and maintenance of a placement 

bureau. 










FIRST ROW: Earl Kelly, Martha Elizabeth Helm, Betty Lou 
Singley, Carol Whetstone. SECOND ROW: Lamar Newman, 
Glenn W. Van Voorhis, Jacq Lynn Jones. THIRD ROW: Terry 
Lamber, Sarah Strayham, Diane Dow, Bill Lowery. FOURTH 
ROW: Jack D. Munn, Robert Stanley. FIFTH ROW: Daniel A. 
Hogan, Lyne H. Carter, William P. Cast, Henry Randazzo, Earl 
Johnson, Gary Knecht, Wilbert Parnell. 



KAPPA MU EPSILON is an honor society for outstanding 

students in the field of mathematics. Prospective 

members must have a 2.75 over-all average, and a 3.0 

average in mathematics. Another requirement for 

membership is enrollment in calculus or a more 

advanced mathematics course. 

The chapter at Southern was founded on May 21, 1949. 

Kappa Mu Epsilon's aim is to promote an appreciation 

for the important role mathematics plays in today's 

world. 





SIGMA ALPHA ETA is a national honorary 

professional fraternity in the field of speech and hearing. 

The Sigma Chapter was organized at Southern in 

1950. 

The organization strives to inspire high planes of 

achievement in academic and clinical activities, and 

to provide situations in which students and faculty may 

work together to advance the profession. 

Sigma Chapter locally takes part in speech therapy of 

the deaf, and representatives from Southern attend 

the National Convention. 



FIRST ROW: Linda Kellick, Lynda W alley, Treasurer; Jon Deal, 
Vice President; Jane May, President; Mary Bush, Secretary; Dr. 
Robert Peters, Advisor; Jima Schaen, Amelia Hudson. SECOND 
ROW: Sara Pennington, Mildred Giles, Lenoir Nobles, Vicky 
Burch, Katherine O'Cain, Winford Kinard, John Ashford, Brenda 
Houston, Pam Harrison, Eugene Stassi, Kay Boatman, Judy 
Dow die. 




ALPHA EPSILON DELTA, an international honor 
society which stimulates an appreciation for the 
importance of medical education among pre-medical, 
pre-dental, and medical technology students, was 
founded at Southern in 1948. Its activities include 
informal gatherings with medically oriented talks, films, 
and discussions. Requirements for admission are 
Junior status and an over-all "B" average. 



FIRST ROW, SEATED: Irene Lott, Secretary; Dr. J. F. Walker, 
Faculty Advisor; Sara Strayham, Treasurer; W. F. St. Clair, Becky 
Fuller, Historian. SECOND ROW, STANDING: Johnny Privett, 
Pat Welsh, President; David Hardin, Vice President; Hank Rob- 
erts, Clyne Adams, Reporter. 



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R. O. T. C. 



The first ROTC unit at the University of Southern 

Mississippi was initiated in 1950. It was a branch 

Material Unit to prepare cadets for commissioning 

in Field Artillery. In 1953, a program of General 

Military Science was adopted to give the cadet a wider 

range of military training in his precommissioning 

schooling. Cadets are given the opportunity during 

their 4th year to select a branch of the Army in which 

to be commissioned. 

In 1958 Southern adopted a mandatory program of 

ROTC training for all eligible male Freshman and 

Sophomore students. Upon the retirement of Colonel 

John P. Dale last spring, Colonel James E. Echols, 

professor of Military Science, was assigned to USM. 

Colonel Echols graduated from Southern in 

1963, and comes here directly from the Pentagon. 




COL. JAMES E. ECHOLS, JR. 
Professor of Military Science 



SEATED: Capt. John H. Dorland, Capt. John P. Massey, Ma). 
Barney R. Meaders III, Lt. Col. A. Bozeman, Col. James E. 
Echols, Jr., Maj. Anthony C. Rouchon, Jr., Maj. Clinton L. 
Williams, Jr., Capt. Jesse F. Edwards. STANDING: S/Sgt. Jessie 



W. Frier. SFC Douglas C. Windham. SFC Jason Basinger, Sgt./M. 
Rollins H. Nash, SFC Billy J. Bottoms, S/Sgt. Donald S. Wiedel, 
Sp/5 Darrell D. Selby. 



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FRONT ROW: Commander: Cadet Col. James F. Merritt. Brigade Executive Officer: Lt. Col. Albert Andrews. 
Brigade Sponsor: Jean Quesenberry. BACK ROW: Brigade S-l : Cadet Major Harry A. Speaker. Brigade S-2: Cadet 
Lt. Col. Joseph Keronski. Brigade S-3: Cadet Major Thomas C. Hightower, Jr. Brigade Sgt. Major: Cadet Sgt. 
Major Wayne H. Lochbaum. 



Brigade 
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First Battalion Officers 




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Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. Thomas L. Bailey. Sponsor: Weezie Ory. 
Battalion S-l: Cadet Capt. Edward H. Beaumont. Battalion S-4: Cadet 
Capt. Frank Misurelly. Battalion S-2/3: Cadet Capt. William D. Britton. 
Battalion Sgt. Major: Cadet Sgt. Major Joel R. Holifield. 



Second Battalion Officers 




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Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. Louis J. Lartigue. Sponsor: Pam Walker. Bat- 
talion S-l: Cadet Capt. Alton Phillips. Battalion S.-4: Cadet Capt. Robert 
E. Owens. Sgt. Major -.Cadet Sgt. Major Donald R. Luckie. Battalion S-2/3: 
Cadet Capt. Harvey R. Post. 



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Third Battalion Officers 



Fourth Battalion Officers 





Commander: Cadet Lt. Troy Craft. Sponsor: Brenda Burnham. Battalion 
S-l: Cadet Capt. Harry L. Wheeler. Battalion S-2/3: Cadet Capt. Milliard 
F. Kelly, Jr. Battalion S-4: Cadet Capt. Lawrence O. Wright. Battalion Sgt. 



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Major: Cadet Sgt. Major Edward K. Laurendine. 

Commander: Cadet Lt. Col. Paul D. Ladnier. Sponsor: Cindy Ross. Brigade 
Sgt. Major: Cadet Sgt. Major Holly L. Morton. Battalion S-l : Cadet Capt. 
Conrad P. Skantz. Battalion S-2/3: Cadet Capt. George E. Hunter. Bat- 
talion S-4: Cadet Justen C. Schaffer. 



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Presentation of the Colors by the precision marching Color Guad. M/Sgt. Hamilton S. Prestridge, S/Sgt. Danny Boze- 
man. S/Sgt. Larry J. Odom, S/Sgt. James W. Foster, S/Sgt. Robert S. Fellows, Jr. 



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RANGERS — Commander: Cadet Capt. J. Madison. Sponsor: Marilyn 
Skrmetta. 





PERSHING RIFLES— Commander: Cadet Capt. Jerry L. Tharp. 
Sponsor: Susan Wells. 



BAND — Commander: Cadet Lt. Warren H. Redden. Sponsor: Sherrye Eth- 
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COMPANY A — Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. Richard J. Christmas. Spon- 
sor: Vicki Farr. 



COMPANY C — Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. Cecil T. Gunter. Sponsor: 
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COMPANY E— Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. Guy L. 
Chapman. Sponsor: Wanda McKey. 



COMPANY F— Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. George L. Sumrall, 
Jr. Sponsor: Wanda Murrah. 



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COMPANY H — Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. William E. Hodges. Spon- 
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COMPANY 1— Commanding Officer: Cadet Capt. Kenneth M. Davis. 
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COMPANY K— Commanding 
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with men in uniform. Some are 
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to be practiced throughout life; others 
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active duty. And the Army ROTC 
training they have received under 
capable, personable instructors at the 
University of Southern Mississippi will 
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Graduates 

College of Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

ELTON HUGH BATEMAN, Speech Pathology Laurel 

BARBARA ANN BROWN, Sociology Chunchula, Ala. 

WILLIAM PERRY CAST, TKE, Mathematics Tampa, Fla. 

WILLIAM LEON COKER, History Iuka 



SECOND ROW: 

DELMAS S. CRISP, English Canton, Ohio 

JUDY JEANETTE DOWDLE, Speech Pathology Carthage 

JOE RHODES ETHRIDGE, Communication Jackson 

PAUL NEEDHAM FOGG, Chemistry Metairie, La. 



THIRD ROW: 

RAYMOND BOURDA GONZALES, Political Science 

New Orleans, La. 



DANIEL GRACIA JR., Biology 
ALEX V. JANOWSKI, Geography 
TOMMY KING, Biology 



Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 

Crestview, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 



FOURTH ROW: 

ARTHUR EDWARD LACKY, Sociology DeKalb 

GARDNER WILLIAM MILLER JR, Chemistry Hattiesburg 

GUY CHARLES NEFF, Geography New Hartford, N.Y. 

ROSE ESTELLE PANSANO, Sociology Fayette 



FIFTH ROW: 

CORNELIA ANNE PITTMAN, KA, English Laurel 

SHERRY ANN IRENE RICHARDS, English Biloxi 

PATRICIA LEE RICHARDSON, English Bay St. Louis 

T. G. SARPHIE JR., SAE, Biology Hattiesburg 



SIXTH ROW: 

FRED Z. SHIRLEY, English Jackson 

DANIEL SMITH, Public Address Monticello 

CHARLES LEONARD SULLIVAN, IIKA, Geography Natchez 
BILL TAYLOR, IIKA, History Tupelo 



SEVENTH ROW: 

E. L. THURSTON, Political Science Hattiesburg 

CARLOTON EDGAR TURNER, Chemistry Port Gibson 

ROWLAND PATRICK WELSH, Mathematics Hattiesburg 

ARTHUR C. WHITTEMORE II, Political Science Cleveland 









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Arts and Sciences 



WAST flOW: 

CLYDE ADAMS. Biology Gilberton, Ala. 

Beta Beta Beta; Phi Eta Sigma; Rho Eta Sigma; Yellow Jackets Merit Scholar- 
ship; SCOPE Delegate; Dean's List; President's List; Counselor, Elam Arms. 

EDMOND S. ALEXANDER, Marine Biology Jackson 

Newman Club; Married Student Association. 

GARY ALEXANDER, Journalism Purvis 

TR1SHA WAGGNER ANDERSON, Xil, French Long Beach 



SECOND RO W.- 
VIRGIL ISAAC AULTMAN, Chemistry 
LOUISE DOW BAILEY, IIB*, Geography, 



Seminary 



Jackson, Ohio 
Vice President, Panhellenic Council; Gamma 
to Junior Panhellenic ; Dean's List. 



President, Pi Beta Phi; Secretary 
Theta Upsilon; Advisoi 

PRY OR GARNER BAILEY, Chemical Engineering 

CAROL BEVERLY BAKER, Sociology 
Sociology Club. 



THIRD ROW: 



Hattiesburg 
Brandon 



Sumrall 



FRANCES SHERYL BASS, Biology 

Baptist Student Federation; Dean's List. 
CURTIS FREDERICK BEDSOLE, Chemistry Eight Mile, Ala. 

Yellow Jackets; Secretary, Circle K; Scabbard and Blade. 

WILLIE ADONIS BERGIN, Chemistry Laurel 

Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

JACK L. BILBO, JR., *KT, English Pensacola, Fla. 

Alpha Psi Omega. 

FOURTH ROW: 

LYNN NELL BISHOP, French Hattiesburg 

Pi Delta Phi. 

MICHAEL ARMOR BORJA, Biology Pensacola, Fla. 

President, Alpha Phi Omega; Committee of 100; University Activities Council; 
Geology Club. 

FREDDIE MARTAIN BOUDREAUX, Biology Sumrall 

ROTC Distinguished Military Student. 

EVERETT H. BOYD, History McComb 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN FRANK BRIDGES, Biology Jackson 

LINDA W. BROCK, English Waynesboro 

Freshman Counselor; Lambda lota Tau; Pi Delta Phi; Baptist Student Union. 

WILLIAM JOESEPH BUCK, Physics Mobile, Ala. 

Physics Club; Dean's List. 

RONNIE L. BUCKLEY, Journalism Hattiesburg 

Business Manager, Student Printz; Advertising Manager, Student Printz. 



SIXTH ROW: 

DANA JO BURGE, Chemistry Poplarville 

DOUGLAS W. BURKETT, History Vista, Calif. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH BURNETT, English Richton 

CHARLES WILLIAM CARDER, German/ English Mobile, Ala. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JAMES MILTON CARLISLE, Medical Technology Bay Springs 

LYNE HYNER CARTER, Math/Physics Magnolia 

Merit Scholarships; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Mu Epsilon; 

Men's Affairs Board; Pi Tau Chi; Westminster Fellowship; Crown Zellerbach 

Scholarship; President's List; Committee of 100; ODK Outstanding Freshman 

Nominee; Lab Instructor. 

CHARLES C. CARTWRIGHT, K2, Communication 

Panama City, Fla. 
Grand Scribe, Kappa Sigma; Guard and Public Relations, Kappa Sigma; Vice 
President, Freshman Class; Vice President, Sophomore Class; Student Senate 
Delegate to SCOPE; Yellow Jackets; University Singers; Southern Players; 
Summer Theater Scholarship; Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Studio Produc- 
tion 1965. 

SERGIO CASTELLON, Chemistry Matagalpa, Nicaragua 

Dean's List. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JAMES ROBERT CHRISTIE II, Music Education Escatawpa 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; University Marching Band; University Singers; Uni- 
versity Ensemble; Alpha Phi Omega; Opera Workshop. 

DORMAN STAHL CONKLIN, History Rose Hill 

JOHN LINWOOD COTE, 2*E ; Political Science Norfolk, Va. 

USM Marching Band; USM Orchestra; Kappa Kappa Psi: Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Officer; Advanced ROTC. 

BONNIE BETH CRAIG, KA, English Prairie 

Wesley; KA President; University Singers; Mu Phi Epsilon; Pi Tau Chi, Vice 
President; Phi Delta Rho, Vice President; Alpha Lambda Delta; Committee 
100; Student Christian Federation; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Sweetheart; Out- 
standing Freshman Woman. 



Seniors 

Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

GEORGE CROCEVERA, Political Science and History 

_ New York City, N.Y. 

President's List, Dean's List. 
SID W. CROVER, ATfi, Political Science Uniontown, Ala. 

President of ATO; Secretary of ATO; Senator; Men's Affairs Board, MIC 
Delegate; Interfraternity Council; Dean's List; Young Republicans Club; 

SCOPE. 

IRVIN T. CUEVAS, Radio-T.V. Bay St. Louis 

Station Manager and Chief Announcer of WMSU; Southern Broadcasters, 

Newman Club; Student Print: Staff. 

JOHN RANDALL DAY, Biology J ay ess 



SECOND ROW: 

WILLIAM T. DUKE, Political Science Meridian 

ANITA ELLEN DUSHLEK, English Gulf Breeze 

Dean's List; President's List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta 

Freshman Woman Scholarship Award; Newman Club. 

ERNIE W. ELKINS, History Hattiesburg 

JOHN RAY ENGLISH, Personnel and Industrial Management 

Keene, N.H. 

THIRD ROW: 

LEMUEL RUSSELL EUBANKS, Computer Sciences Lucedale 

Secretary of ACM. 

JOHN LOUIS FERNADES Jr., Journalism Waveland 

TERRY K. FICKEN, Medical Technology Biloxi 

NORMA SUE FREEMAN, Mathematics Laurel 



FOURTH ROW: 

ROBERT DARREL FREEMAN, History Richton 

MICHAEL FULCO, JR., Political Science and History 

New Orleans 
Young Republicans; Dean's List. 

CARROLL GASTON FULGHAM, Religion and Philosophy 

Hattiesburg 

JERRY W. G ADDIS, Mathematics Hattiesburg 

FIFTH ROW: 

LUCLLLA SARTAIN GARRETT, KA, Speech Dallas, Tex. 
Kappa Delta Social Chairman, Homecoming Chairman, President of Pledge 
Class; Alpha Psi Omega; Southern Players, Vice President; Secretary Theatre 
Publicity and Business Manager; Canterbury Club; SNEA; University Activities 

Council. 

JAMES KEITH GEORGE, Radio-Television Pascagoula 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

ANNA DORIS GOBER, English Gulfport 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda Iota Tau; Pi Delta Phi; Treasurer, Freshman 
Counselor; Dean's List, President's List; House Council; Westminster Fellowship. 

CAROLYN MARIE GODBOLD, Biology McComb 



SIXTH ROW: 

EARLE MICHAEL GOLDEN, Public Address in Radio and TV 

Hattiesburg 
Southern Broadcasters; President of Pledge Class; Junior Dean. 

WAYNE HARRIS GOODWIN, English Picayune 

President's List; Alpha Gamma Sigma. 

JOHN D. GOSS, Chemistry Columbia 

Wesley Foundation. 

PAUL LOUIS GRUBE, Chemistry Mobile, Ala. 

Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List; President's List; V1SCO Scholarship Recipient; 
ROTC Senior, American Chemical Society Affiliate. 



SEVENTH ROW: 



Waveland 



RUSSELL EDDIE HALE, Biology 

Advanced ROTC. 

MARY LYDIA HALL, English Ellis ville 

Lambda Iota Tau; Winner of Francis Fox Scholarship; Winner of Jones County 

Alumni Association Scholarship; Publicity Chairman of Wesley Foundation. 

CAROLYN SUE HARWELL, Sociology Ellisville 
Vice President of Wesley Foundation, Sociology Club. 

BLANCHE A. HAUSLEY, Sociology Sacramento, Calif. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

DIANA MARIE HAYS, Biology Jackson 

CHERRLY DIANNE HAZELWOOD, Biology Taylorsville 

MARGARET LOUISE HERMANN, Sociology Vicksburg 

PAT H. HEIDELBER, KA, Finance Pascagoula 

Vice President and Doorkeeper of Kappa Alpha, Pledge Class Vice President; 
Student Activities Council. 





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Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

JOHN RICHARDSON HENDERSON, Political Science 

Gulf port 
THOMAS C. HIGHTOWER, Chemistry Petal 

Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Scabbard and Blade: ROTC 
Scholarship; Freshman PMS Award; Outstanding Sophomore Cadet; Outstand- 
ing Junior Cadet; Kappa Kappa Psi. 

MARGARET HELEN HILL, Chemistry Toomsuba 

DOUGLAS BRYON HIXSON, Biology Mobile, Ala. 



SECOND ROW: 



Ellisville 



WALTER GEORGE HOLCOMB, History 
Young Republicans. 

PATRICIA ANN HOLLINGER. Xfi, Biology/History Ellisville 
SCOPE VII Delegate; Dean's List; Staff SOUTHERNER 1964; REW Commit- 
tee of 100; Pi Gamma Mu; Freshman Councelor; Dixie Darling; Rush Chairman 
of Chi Omega; Alternate Panhellenic Delegate; Editor of Panhellenic Rush 
Handbook; Order of the Owl of Chi Omega, University Chorus: Newman Club; 
Delegate to Regional Panhellenic Conference and Chi Omega National Conven- 
tion. 

JOHN JOSEPH HOW ANIER, Physics Biloxi 

American Institute of Physics. 

EUGENIA DONNELL HUDSON, Chemistry Chickasaw, Ala. 
Dean's List. 



THIRD ROW: 

MARY KATHLEEN HUDSON, Computer Science, Semmes, Ala. 
Treasurer of Pi Beta Phi; Committee oj 100; Election Commission; Dean's List. 

JAMES HOWARD HUGHES, History Meridian 

LOUISE MARGARET HUGHES, Microbiology Hattiesburg 

L. C. JAMES, Political Science Picayune 



FOURTH ROW: 

BILLY JAY, History Ocean Springs 

EARL JOHN JOHNSON, Mathematics Hattiesburg 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; Distinguished Military Student; Scabbard and Blade; 

Wesley Foundation; ROTC Scholarship; Dean's List. 

Washington, D.C. 



GARY RICHARD KNECHT, Math/Physics 

President Phi Eta Sigma; President, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Crown Zellerbach 
hrancis O. Fox, Yellow Jacket Scholarships; Lab Instruction; President's List. 



JUDY ANN KING, English 



Bassfield 



FIFTH ROW: 

LAUREL HILDA LAY, AAA, Communication Laurel Hill, N.C. 
Editor in Chief, SOUTHERNER: Senior Classs Secretary; ROTC Sponsor 
Student Senate; 2nd Vice President, Young Republicans Club; Activities Chair- 
man, Delta Delta Delta; Intramural Bowling Champion; Committee of 100 
Publicity Chairman. 

TERRENCE MICHAEL LECHNER, 2*E, Philosophy /History 

Mundlelein, III. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Yellow Jackets; Newman Club; Dean's List; American 
Chemical Society. 

HASKEL M. LEE, Mathematics Petal 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; ACM; Dean's List. 

NELDA LYNNE LEE, Sociology Petal 

Dean's List; Monitor; House Council; Baptist Student Union. 



SIXTH ROW: 

LESSIE CHARLES LEWIS, Math/Computer Science Meridian 
ACM; Dean's List, President's List. 

LARRY ALTON LOPER, Mathematics Laurel 

BARBARA IRENE LOTT, Biology Laurel 

Secretary, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta Beta Beta. 

FLORENCE ANITA LOUP, Medical Technology Sylacauga 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JAMES WILKINS LOUP, Microbiology 

ROBERT LOUIS MAINS, History 

TOM P. MARSH, Journalism 

DAN McDANIEL, Sociology 



Bay St. Louis 

Elkhart, Ind. 

McComb 

Bude 



EIGHTH ROW: 

E. P. McINTOSH, Radio-T.V. Theodore, Ala. 

FRANCES CHARLES MILES, History Augusta, Ga. 

CYNTHIA SUZANNE MILLER, 222, English Woodville 

Dorm Officer; Lambda lota Tau; Committee of 100; Annual Staff; Vice 
President, Pledge Trainer, Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Mem- 
bership ■ Chairman; Music Chairman of Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

PATRICK D. MIMS, Mathematics Hattiesburg 




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Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

JOHN PATRICK MORRIS, III, KA, Political Science Biloxi 

Scholarship Chairman, Athletic Chairman Kappa Alpha; Young Republicans. 

SUSAN WEIXEL MORRISON, Physics and Math Laurel 

PATRICIA EILEEN MURPHY, English Natchez 

PAMELA ROWE MURRAY, Sociology Hattiesburg 



SECOND ROW: 

MARY JANICE MYERS, TB*, Math and Computer Science 

Laurel 
Varsity Tennis Team; President's List; Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

WILLIAM RILEY NELSON, History Vicksburg 

Executive Council of VAC, Co-chairman of Publicity; Dean's List; President's 

List. 

WALTER PRESTON NEWELL, Physics Kosciusko 

HILTON LAMAR NEWMAN, Mathematics Pascagoula 

President's List; Dean's List. 



THIRD ROW: 

HELEN LUCILE NORRIS, English Hattiesburg 

GERALD ERVIN OBERLIES, Chemistry Gulfport 

LARRY GENE OWEN, Physics Stuttgart 

Pen and Sword. 

GOLDMAN EVERETTE PARRISH, Physics Waco, Tex. 
Pen and Sword; American Institute of Physics; President's List. 



FOURTH ROW: 

EDDIE TALBOT PAYNE, KZ, Math 

Dean's List; Proctor of Phi Eta Sigma, 

RICHARD A. PERKINS, Chemistry 

Gamma Beta Phi. 

THOMAS RIGBY PERRIEN, Journalism 

RAYMOND CALVIN PITTS, Chemistry 



Biloxi 
President Geology Club. 

Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, La. 
Petal 



FIFTH ROW: 

TOMMIE JEWEL PITTS, Sociology Laurel 

ALICE MARIE PRICE, English Clinton 

Nomination for Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Lambda lota Tau. 

LYNDA CLARE PRICE, nu*. Journalism Gulfport 

Vice President of Pi Beta Phi; Society Editor, Student Print:; Publicity Chair- 
man, VAC President; Psi Chi Theta, Dean's List. 

JOHN E. PRIVETT, Pre-Medical Thomasville, Ala. 

Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Rho Eta Sigma; Beta Beta Beta: Dean's 
List; President's List; Proctor. 



SIXTH ROW: 

MICHAEL KEITH POWELL, Physics 

Dean's List; American Institute oj Physics. 

LARRY EUGENE ROBINSON, Chemistry 
LOIS EVE RODGERS, English 
DOUGLAS WAYNE ROS, Biology 



SEVENTH ROW: 

FRANK K. ROSHTO, Mathematics 

RALPH LEE SAVAGE, History and Political Science 

JOHN N. SATCHER, History and Pre-Law 

CHESTER VERNON SAULS, Chemistry 



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Ellisville 

Petal 

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Pascagoula 

Heidelberg 

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EIGHTH ROW: 

JIMA CARTER SCHAEN, AZ 

Sigma Alp 

THOMAS FORBES SCIPLE, Chemistry 
DUANE HARPER SCOTT, Chemistry 
JOHNNY REX SHANNON, Political Science 



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Mobile, Ala. 

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FIRST ROW: 

LARRY DON SHAPPLEY, Biology 

THOMAS EDGAR SHEFFIELD, Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

FRANK DAVID SH EM AN SKI, Zoology 

CONRAD PETER SKANTZ, Chemistry 

Advanced ROTC; Newman Club. 



Hattiesburg 
Moorhead 

Edwardsville 
Carriere 



SECOND ROW: 

JAMES VICTOR STRAHAN, Physics Collins 

President, Physics Club; Treasurer, Westminster Fellowship. 

FRANCIS P. STRATAKOS, Chemistry Ocean Springs 

SARAH ANN STRAY HAM, Microbiology Biloxi 

Activities Chairman, Pi Beta Phi; Dean's List; Treasurer, Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

BILLY NASH STURDIVANT, Chemistry/Biology Columbia 



THIRD ROW: 

MARY JEWEL TARVER, English Saraland, Ala. 

Dean's List Scholar; Dormitory Officer, 

EDWARD G. TAYLOR, Biology Metairie, La. 

JAMES ATKINS THARP, KZ, Biology Hattiesburg 

LARRY KEITH THOMAS, Political Science/History Gulfport 



FOURTH ROW: 

HARRY LITTLE TISDALE, Radio-Television Biloxi 

Program Director for WMSU; Southern Broadcasters. 

JAMES C. TOSH, Mathematics Mobile 

JOHN ALDEN TURNER, English/History Biloxi 

LINDA SUE TURNER, Microbiology Leakesville 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN LEE TYVOLL, Chemistry Picayune 

Deans List; President's List. 

MARITZA UGARTE, Biology Managua, Nicaragua 

BILL EDWARD YANDELL, Mathematics South Bend, Ind. 

MARTHA CATHERINE VAN MERKESTYN, English Gulfport 



SIXTH ROW: 

GLENN WILSON VAN VOORHIS, Mathematics Biloxi 

Dean's List; Pen and Sword. 

W. GLENN VARNADO, History Ohyka 

Westminster Fellowship; Student Printz; SCOPE IX. 
ROBERT ARTHUR WALDRUP. Geography Gulfport 

Young Republicans Club. 

ANN BARBARA WALTERS, Spanish Laurel 

Sigma Delta Pi; Dean's List; Dormitory House Council; Art Director of 
"The Music Man," Summer Music Theater; University Chorus. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

T HERON LAVELLE WARD, English Columbia 

Dean's List. 

JOHN SHARP WARREN, *KT, Chemistry Prichard, Ala. 

CYRIL A. WASHER III, Political Science Biloxi 

JAMES H. WATTS, Journalism /English Jackson 



EIGHTH ROW: 

THOMAS CABE WEATHERSBY, ZAE, History Florence 

JIM WEAVER, KZ, Public Relations Tupelo 

President, Kappa Sigma Pledge Class, Outstanding Pledge: University Singers; 
Southern Players; Freshman Senator; Pi Tau Chi; IFC Delegate; SCOPE 
VIII: Rho Eta Sigma; President of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class; 
Sophomore and Junior Class Favorite; Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student; President, Song Director Kappa Sigma; Vice President, OAK; 
Best Actor, Major Role, 1963-64; best Actor, Major Role: 1964 USM Summer 
Stock Productions. 

JIM HOYE WEAVER, Computer Science/Statistics Gulfport 

Treasurer, ACM. 

ALISON KATHLEEN WELLS, English Meridian 



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FIRST ROW: 

CAROL WESTERFIELD, Microbiology Lena 

Beta Beta Beta. 

ALLEE ANCEL WHIDDEN, History Pascagoula 

President's List. 

ROBERT WAYNE WHITE, History Brookhaven 

President's List; Dean's List; Secretary-Treasurer o/ MSA; GTU Honorary 

Fraternity. 

JAMES RAIFORD WILLIAMSON, Political Science Vicksburg 

President, VAC; President Circle K; Vice President and Secretary of Circle 

K; Yellow Jackets; Committee of 100; Westminster Fellowship; Pi Gamma 

Mu; Alpha Gamma Rho; Phi Alpha Theta; Student Senate; Dean's List; 

SCOPE Delegate. 



SECOND ROW: 

ROBERT STEPHEN YOUNG, 2SE, History Jackson 

House Manager, Secretary, Social Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta. 

MICHAEL A. ZILIAK, History Jackson 

Student Senate; Vice President of VAC; Election Commissioner; Treasurer of 

Student Christian Federation; Sergeant at Arms, Senate; President of Alpha 

Phi Omega; Yellow Jackets; Alpha Gamma Rho; Delegate to MIC; Susga, 

SCOPE; American College Vnion Conference. 







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Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

DONALD W. ANDERSON, Mathematics Clinton 

RONALD L. ANDERSON, Mathematics Clinton 

BETTYE JEAN AULTMAN, Medical Technology 

Seminary 
LARRY O. AVERA, Mathematics Meridian 

DAVID SAMUEL AYERS, Biology Bay St. Louis 

SECOND ROW: 

THOMAS WILLIAM BACKUS III, 2*E, History- 
Education Ocean Springs 
PATRICIA LEE BAKER, Mathematics Clanton, Ala. 
BERN ICE BANDY, English-History West Point 
JIMMY GROVER BASSET, Chemistry Louin 
SHEILA ANN BATCHELOR, Journalism Leakesville 

THIRD ROW: 

CAREY DWIGHT BEARDEN, Pre-Law Biloxi 

WILLIAM A. BENFIELD, Geology Picayune 

HACKETT JAMES BENNETT, Math Meridian 

JOHN JOSEPH BERGES, Marine Biology 

New Orleans, La. 
DANIEL LEO BIZZELL, <*>KT, Political Science 

Pensacola, Fla. 

FOURTH ROW: 

GINGER LEIGH BLAIR, Sociology Centerville 

CAROL KAY BOATMAN, AAA, Speech Therapy 

Hattiesburg 
ACTON BURNIE BOUTWELL, Mathematics 

Hazlehurst 
LINDIA SUE BROWN, Biology Bogue Chitto 

SYBIL NAN BUCKLEY, Medical Technology Laurel 

FIFTH ROW: 

BILLY GEORGE BUFKIN, Math-Chemistry Columbia 
MELROSE BURNS, AZ, French Mobile, Ala. 

JAMES F. BUSH, JR., Mathematics Hattiesburg 

PHYLLIS MARIE BYRD, English Gulfport 

DAVID E. CAMPBELL, Communication Meadville 



SIXTH ROW: 

ELIZABETH ANN CANAVAN, Biology Brigantine, N.J. 
GORDON LEE CARVER, Statistics Meridian 

JACK BYRNES CHANCE, History Natchez 

BEVERLY SUE CHRISTIANCE, 222, Art Ambler 
PAUL EDWARD CHRISTOPER, Biology Forest 

SEVENTH ROW: 

DONNA MAE GINN, Mathematics Tylertown 

ROBERT LONG COMBS, English Newton 

ANN REBECCA COOK, Pre-Dental Columbia 

DONALD RAY COTTEN, Biology Meadville 

BEVERLY ANN DALE, AAA, Microbiology Hattiesburg 

EIGHTH ROW: 

HOWARD MELVEN DANIELS, Sociology Handsboro 

DONALD EUGENE DAVIS, History-English 

Moss Point 
JACQUELINE RUTH DAY, Sociology Laurel 

MARILYN DIANE DOW, Mathematics Brookhaven 
BRENDA EDWARDS, Sociology Hattiesburg 

NINTH ROW: 

VONICA V. ERVIN, Sociology Meridian 

DIANNA LYNN FLANAGAN, Medical Technology 

Meridian 
JAMES RAY FLORENCE, Pre-Dental Bastrop, La 

ARTHUR NICK FOKAKIS, Biology Hattiesburg 

SHERRIE LYNN FORD, English Valdosta, Ga. 



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FIRST ROW: 

ANN FREUTEL, Medical Technology Vicksburg 

MONROE FREY, Radio-Television Chickasaw, Ala. 

BECKY FULLER, A2A, Medical Technology Monticello 
WILLIAM EMANUAL GIBSON, Medical Technology 

Ellisville 
BEVERLY JEAN GILBERT, Biology Orlando, Fla. 

SECOND ROW: 

JANIS M. GRAHAM, 222, Sociology-Recreation 

Oxford 
A. JO AH AN GRIMM, *M, Radio-Television 

New Orleans, La. 
WILLIAM ALLEN HAASE, Biology Rockledge, Fla. 
ROY WAYNE HAMILTON, Chemistry Moss Point 

JAMES CECIL HANBERRY, Sociology Moss Point 

THIRD ROW: 

MALCOLM JOHN HARGRAVE, Mathematics 

Delta City 
CECELIA JO HARPER, Medical Technology 

Yazoo City 
CHARLES DOUGLAS HARRISON, Sociology 

Pensacola, Fla. 
VIRGINIA VAIDEN HAWKINS, AAA, English 

Lexington 
JOHN L. HILBUN, English Soso 

FOURTH ROW: 

REBECCA ELIZABETH HILTON, Mathematics 

Florence 
BRIAN ROSS HINMAN, *KT, History Gulfport 

WILLIAM DALE HOLIFIELD, Mathematics Laurel 
SAMUEL JOSEPH HOWARD, Physics Leakesville 

CHARLES BAY HUTSON, Physics McComb 

FIFTH ROW: 

PRESTON L. ISBELL, K2, Pre-Engineering Hattiesburg 
JOHN TYLER JACKS, Political Science Jackson 

LINDA PAULINE JAMES, Political Science Moss 

ANNE M. JERNIGAN, Journalism McComb 

BRIAN BENJAMIN JOHNSON, III, English Jackson 

SIXTH ROW: 

PATRICK LOU KELLY, Botany Casper, Wyo. 

GEORGIA ANNA KENNEDY, Biology Cairo, Ga. 

JUDY LOUISE KLEIN, A2A, Mathematics 

Pensacola, Fla. 

GARY LEE KNIGHT, Mathematics Alias, Okla. 

BOBBY STEPHEN LADNER, Medical Technology 

Gulfport 
SEVENTH ROW: 

LADNER H. LADNER, Chemistry Bay St. Louis 

MARSHA LAND RUM, English Laurel 

BARBARA LEWIS, XQ, Journalism Bogalusa 

SANDRA RAY LOFTON, Microbiology Brookhaven 
VINCENT LUPO, Veterinary Medicine Biloxi 

EIGHTH ROW: 

JOHN RICHARD MAPP, Zoology Soso 

ETNA DALE MARTIN, Mathematics Hattiesburg 

REBECCA MASSEY, Sociology Carthage 

RICHARD SMITH McBROOM, Physics Fairhope, Ala. 
JOHN EDWARD McCARTY, Geology Laurel 

NINTH ROW: 

JACKIE RAND McCASKILL, Chemistry Molino, Fla. 

LYNDA ANN McCONNELL, Sociology, Psychology 

Gulfport 

EDWARD FRANCIS McDILL, JR., Journalism 

Meridian 

ELIZABETH KAROL McDOWELL, English Columbia 

DAVID McEACHERN, German Lucedale 



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Juniors 

Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

LINDA C. McGUFFEE, Journalism 
MAXWELL D. McKEY, Chemistry 
LYNN B. McMAHAN, KA, Biology 
JOHN R. McNEAL, Pre-Med 



Gulfport 

Centerville 

Hattiesburg 

Moss Point 



PAUL D. McWHIRTER, Religion and Philosophy 

Pascagoula 

SECOND ROW: 

CECELIA M. MEFF, French Hattiesburg 

MARILYN M: MILLER, XQ, English Vicksburg 

MICHAEL G. MILTON, Dentistry McComb 

MICHAEL H. MOORE, Political Science Mobile, Ala. 

JEFFREY A. MURRY, Zoology Biloxi 



THIRD ROW: 

LARRY D. MYATT, Mathematics Purvis 

EMILY ANNE NEWMAN, Mathematics Pascagoula 
FRANCES GAIL NIMOCKS, XQ, English Hattiesburg 
CANDACE B. OZERDEN, Sociology Montgomery, Ala. 
PATRICK K. PATTERSON, Physics Monticello 

FOURTH ROW: 

JO PERKINS, XQ, Medical Technology Pascagoula 

THOMAS D. PETERMAN, Computer Science and 

Statistics Lyman 

JAMES SLATER PORTER, Political Science Picayune 
EUGENE E. ROBERTS, JR., Biology Natchez 

MELINDA SAMPLE, Mathematics & Sociology 

Pickens 

FIFTH ROW: 

DIANE F. SHEPHERD. Medical Technology 

Pascagoula 
EDWARD J. SHUMSKI, Microbiology Bay St. Louis 
BARBARA ANN SMITH, Medical Techology 

Lumberton 
CARTHYN F. SMITH, Medical Technology Ovett 

CHARLES H. SMITH, Speech Education Brookhaven 



SIXTH ROW: 

DANIEL P. SMITH, Biology Pensacola, Fla. 

ROBERT F. STEELE, History and Political Science 

Huntsville, Ala. 
BUNYAN DUDLEY STEPHENS. Political Science 

Meridian 
JACK D. STEVENSON, Accounting Prentiss 

MARY ANNE STRAHAN. Speech Collins 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JESSEE A. TABOR. History Florence 

SUSAN ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Computer Science 

Neiv Orleans, La. 
Thibodaux, La. 
Anchorage, Alaska 
Saucier 



SYDNEY M. TERRY, Sociology 
ARTHUR R. THORP, Biology 
GARY E. THRASH. Biology 



EIGHTH ROW: 

DOUGLAS A. TRAWEEK, Political Science Quitman 
JOHN A. VANDEVENDER, Physics Hattiesburg 

JAMES W. VAUGHAN, History Moss Point 

RICHARD A. WAGES, Communications Pascagoula 
HUGO W. WALTON, Science New Augusta 

NINTH ROW: 

JACK WARREN, Geology Brookhaven 

CHARLES LYNN WEATHERSBY, History Florence 
ROBERT HILTON WEEMS, History Plain 

LINDA WELCH, Foreign Language Meridian 

ROBLYN LEE WELLS, *M, English Vicksburg 



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FIRST ROW: 

CAROL ANN WHETSTONE, 2,%2, Mathematics 

Biloxi 
GLADSTONE E. WILLIAMS, 2AE, Political Science 

Clinton 

JAMES ALEXANDER WILLIAMS, JR., Religion and 

Philosophy Poplarville 

MICHAEL A. WILLIAMS, Political Science Vancleave 

JIMMY RANDAL WOODS, Engineering Anguilla 



SECOND ROW: 

MARY FRANCES ZIZ, Sociology 



Biloxi 



Sophomores 

Arts and Sciences 



FIRST ROW: 

ALVA ROQUELL BARBER, Science Education Forest 
JAMES WILSON FOSTER, Engineering Mobile, Ala. 
BEN GARRET, Pre-Med Franklinton, La. 

ORIN J. GILL, KX, Political Science Biloxi 

CHERYL LYNN GOODWIN, Medical Technology 

Lumberton 



SECOND ROW: 

DAVID EUGENE GREEN, Political Science 

Mobile, Ala. 

JUMEL THAMES HICKS, Secretarial Training 

Natchez 

JUDITH D. McBRIDE, Sociology Hattiesburg 

THOMAS H. McPHILLIPS, Pre-Dental Mobile, Ala. 
GERALDINE W. OBERG, Biology Fairhope, Ala. 



THIRD ROW: 

CALVIN CHARLES STEIN, Industrial Technology 

New Orleans, La. 

RICHARD HOWARD TILLEY, Medicine Gulf port 

PAUL WHITE, Biology Jaycees 

DARRYL L. WOMACK, Commercial Art McComb 



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DEAN JOSEPH A. GREENE 




In the business world today, the student without an 
adequate education is at a distinct disadvantage. 
This disadvantage exists from the time he applies for a 
position to the length of time it will take him to master 
the fundamentals of operation and rise to any type 
of administrative position. The SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION has as its objective 
meeting the needs of our students who desire a 
business education by combining courses throughout 
the university to give him the proper blend of cultural 
knowledge, economic literacy, basic business tools, 
and specialized knowledge to permit him to secure 
an acceptable position upon graduation and rise in 
the business world to the maximum of his abilities. 



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FACULTY 



Mr. Hayward G. Anderson 

Mr. Allen H. Bizzell 

Mr. Hyler Bracey 

Mr. Roger D. Calcote 

Mr. Stanley M. Carpenter 

Dr. Joseph Clements 

Mr. James Davis 

Mr. Carlos F. de Orrigunaga 

Mr. Thomas G. Estes, Jr. 

Mr. David J. Etzold 

Dr. Joseph A. Greene 



Dr. Kenneth R. Gribbs 

Dr. Rector R. Hardin 

Mr. H. O. Jackson 

Mr. Bryce Jordon 

Mr. James W. Kelley 

Mr. Fred D. Kenomond 

Mr. Kie Wook Lee 

Mr. James McQuiston 

Dr. Ingolf H. E. Otto 

Mr. Jerry B. Reeves 

Dr. Marguerite L. Rittenhouse 



Mr. Aubrey C. Sanford 
Mr. Brooks Smith 
Dr. Elizabeth Sorbet 
Dr. Martin Stengenga 
Dr. John S. Szilasi 
Miss Bettie M. Taylor 
Dr. Richard C. Vreeland 
Mr. Ben West 
Dr. D. C. Williams 
Dr. Rolf E. Wubbels 




MAJORS 

Accounting 

Economics 

Finance 

General Business 

Industrial Management 

Marketing 

Personnel Management 



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FIRST ROW: Hugh Wallace, Historian; Buddy Bullock, Dr. 
Clements, Faculty Advisor. SECOND ROW: Stewart Ramsay, 
Jack Yuran, Secretary-Treasurer; Barry Franzino, President; Dr. 
Greene, Faculty Advisor; Jim McDonald, Mary Ann Coker, Ken 
Jordan. 



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The BUSINESS FRATERNITY COUNCIL 

is an organization of business students, appointed 
by the president of each of the business fraternities, 
to serve as their official representatives in all 
matters of concern to them in the School of 
Business Administration. It provides a medium 
through which student opinion may be heard and 
a forum for the consideration of common 
business fraternity problems. 



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OFFICERS— SEATED: John Richardson, President; Reginald 
Phillips, Vice-President. STANDING: Walter Pennington, Record- 
ing Secretary; Robert L. Harris, Historian; Jimmy D. McGuire, 
Donald R. Davis, Treasurer; Earl J. Cuevas, Sergeant at Arms; 
Frank G. Pates, Historian; Leigh Wallace, Corresponding Secretary. 



Delta Chapter of PI SIGMA EPSILON, a national 
professional fraternity in marketing, sales management, 
and selling, is in its fifteenth year at Southern. Its 
purpose is to create a collegiate brotherhood of men 
who are interested in the advancement of marketing, 
sales management, and selling as a profession. 
Pi Sigma Epsilon was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, in 
1951, by Mr. Lloyd L. Antle. Since then Pi Sigma 
Epsilon has grown to better than forty chapters 
across the United States. 

Delta Chapter has been growing too, this year by 
almost trippling its membership during 1966-67. 
Outstanding among this year's accomplishments was 
co-sponsorship of the Jeanne Dixon appearance in 
the Coliseum. The program grossed $12,000, a 
portion of which was added to the $8,000 
Pi Sigma Epsilon scholarship fund. 

FIRST ROW: Donald J. Alfonso, Clarence R. Bell, Joseph A. 
Bellanca, James L. Cameron, John C. Castlen, Samuel M. Cates, 
Ronnie Cole. SECOND ROW: Earl J. Cuevas, Donald R. Davis, 
Gerald W. Dietrich, Barry Franzino, Jr., Robert L. Harris, Gary W. 
Heard, David H. Hughley. THIRD ROW: Gerald A. Kasovich, 
Earl King, Jimmy D. McGuire, Richard P. Moran, Joe Z. Pair, 
Frank G. Pates, Walter T. Pennington. FOURTH ROW: Reginald 
J. Phillips, II, Roger D. Poulos, Jacque D. Posey. Pi Sigma Epsilon 
Sweetheart, John C. Richardson, Mills S. Savage, George E. Sey- 
mour, James F. Shows, Dave A. Smith, John S. Szilasi, John D. 
Stone, Aldon W. Thronton, Leigh A. Wallace, Marvin H. Williams, 
Ken Woodruff. 




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ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA is an honorary . 
accounting fraternity which was formed to create 
a common meeting ground between practitioners, 
theorists, and students of the professional field of 
accounting. Clyde Rose served as president of the 
organization this year in leading the members to 
better understanding of the ethics, laws, and 
regulations governing the practice of accounting. 





PI BETA LAMBDA—STANDING: Jannell Kingston, Linda Gerrard, De- 
loris Hosey, Sandra Schroder, Rebecca McAllister, Beverly Berry, Janet Gail 
Ladiner, Ruth Ann Shelton, Rose Ann Keeney, Princy Cook, Betty Lewis, 
Kay Kent, Jean Parker. SITTING: Dorothy Whitaker, Suzanne Fletcher, 
Carolyn Lewis, Sponsor; Francis Coqhran, President; Doris Ladnier, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Billie Fay Carter, Vice-President; Brenda Baldwin. 



PHI CHI THETA is a national professional 

fraternity for women enrolled in schools of business 

administration or commerce. Phi Chi Theta was 

organized to promote the cause of higher business 

education and training for all women, to foster 

high ideals for women in business careers, to 

encourage fraternity and cooperation among 

women preparing for such careers, and to stimulate 

the spirit of sacrifice and unselfish devotion to 

the attainment of such ends. 



FIRST ROW: Martha Gomez, Noailles Sarphie, Charlotte Hailey, 
Sara Gomez, President; Ree Thomas, Recording Secretary; Bev- 
erly Parrish, Vice-President; Elizabeth Donovan, Social Chairman; 
Elaine Sibley, Treasurer; Genie Davis, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mary Ann Coker, Rush Chairman; Dr. Hardin. SECOND ROW: 



Faye Bradley, Nell O'Neil, Pam Canfield, Betty Hewitt, Pay Som- 
mers, Linda Pierce, Georeane Landrum, Margie Hawthorne, Mary 
Jean Pigott, G. G. Moses, Faye Tullus, Medora Poole, Sylvia 
Tourne, Jeanie Murphy, Sharon Scruggs, Brenda Huggins, Cherry 
Rousse. 




The SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 
is the national organization of management people in industry, commerce, 
government and education. S.A.M. conducts and promotes scientific studies of 
the principles of organized effort in industrial and economic life. This aim is 
achieved through research, discussion, publications, and other appropriate 
means. Members of the University of Southern Mississippi Division of S.A.M. 
made a field trip to Inland Container Corporation in Hattiesburg during the 
Fall Quarter. Field trips furnish insights of the industrial world, offer 
members an opportunity to talk with leaders in business, and help acquaint 
industry with the University of Southern Mississippi. 



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S.A.M. MEMBERS— FIRST ROW: Aubrey Sanford, Sponsor; 
Judson Fidler, Louis Enslen, Clara Jean Wilson, Stewart Ramsay, 
Johnnie Wright, Harry Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Ronald Sing- 



ley, David Green, Ralph Taylor, J. B. Pattison, Ken Jordan. 
THIRD ROW: Max Huey, Roy Moore, Sr., Bill Geddie, Bobby 
Regan, Raymond Davis, Paul Wimberly, Gerald Gilmore. 



S.A.M. OFFICERS— FRONT ROW: Stewart Ramsay, President; Paul 
Wimberly, Vice-President. BACK ROW: David Green, Secretary; Ken 
Jordan, Recording Secretary; Raymond Davis, Treasurer. 

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DELTA SIGMA PI, professional business fraternity, 
is composed of business students who seek to enhance 
their knowledge through this association with others 
in the business field and unite them in brotherhood. 
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized 
to foster the study of business in universities; to 
encourage scholarship, social activity, and the 
association of students for their mutual advancement 
by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation 
between the commercial world and students of 
commerce; and to foster the higher standards 
of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and 
commercial welfare of the community. 
The chapter professional program of speakers, tours, 
and business research is designed to provide the 
member with knowledge of his chosen field that 
cannot be gained in the classroom or from textbooks. 
Our social events are varied and plentiful, and 
include immediate plans for a Delta Sigma Pi house. 
High point of each social year is the Rose Dance and 
selection of a sweetheart from the Rose Court. 




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DELTA SIGMA PI OFFICERS: Gene St. Andrie, Treasurer; Don 
Combs, Historian; Steve Sims, President; Ken Litton, Secretary; 
Brad Castleberry, 2nd Vice-President; Ken Sayers, 1st .Vice-Presi- 
dent; Dr. Joseph Hardin Clements, Faculty Advisor. Delta Sigma 
Pi Sweetheart is Mrs. Steve Sims. 



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MEMBERS — First Row: Thomas Charles Baldwin, Robert Preston 
Barham, William Larry Bess, Ulmer Bullock, Jr., Bradley Castle- 
berry, Philipp Richard Crant, Donald Ray Combs. Second Row: 
Harvey C. Felts, Stanley Samuel Harris, Jerry L. Maxey, John 
Allan Keith, William Marshall Kloss, 11, Burrell W. Kyzar, Ken- 
neth Edward Litton, Jr. Third Row: Douglas Chester Nietzel, 
Sam Kennedy Payne, John Franklin Pinnix, Mack Godman Pitts, 
Jr., Stewart Holm Ramsey, Jerry Ray Reed, Norma LeRoy Roche. 
Fourth Row: Clyde Rose, Kenneth John Sayers, Steve R. Sims, 
Joseph Eugene St. Andrie, Jerry Lyn Tharp, Richard Turpin, 
Robert F. Winland. Fifth Row: George Franklin Wright, Jacob 
George Yuran. 




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Graduates 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

BAKER McRIMMON, Marketing Birmingham, Ala. 

LIOW JIEUN CHEN , Business Administration Republic of China 
FRANK MARION EMERSON, JR., Management 

New Orleans, La. 



SECOND ROW: 

YAN CHENG FU, Finance 
FENG REEN HUANG, Economics 
JENG MING HWANG, Economics 



Bangkok, Thailand 
Taiwan, China 
Taiwan, China 






THIRD ROW: 

GEORGE WESLEY LANGLY, Economics 
JOHN M. LOTT, JR., MBA 
JOHN PAUL NEWELL, Finance 



Greenville 

Hattiesburg 

Kosciusko 



FOURTH ROW: 

DOUGLAS CHESTER NIETZEL, KA, MBA 
ROBERT PARKER REGAN, Management 
JAMES HAROLD SHIVERS, Economics 



New York 
Wiggins 
Bassfield 



FIFTH ROW: 

WAYNE CARL TAYLOR, nKA, MBA 



Laurel 



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Seniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

CHARLES AUSTIN AINSWORTH, Business 
RAMON ARTURO ALBARRAN, Marketing 
JOSEPH DONALD ALFONSO, Marketing 



Guljport 

Venezuela, S.A. 

Guljport 

Pascagoula 



RAY ALLEN, Marketing 

University Singers; Deans List; Highlanders Chorus; BSU; Delta Sigma Pi; 
President's List. 



SECOND ROW: 

AL E. ANDREWS, $KT, Sales Manager McComb 

President of UAC, Vice President of UAC; Sophomore Senator; Junior Senator; 
Union Program Director; Vice President of Yellow Jackets; Delegate to 
S.U.S.G.A., 1964, 65, 66, 67; SCOPE Delegate 64, 65, 66; Associate Justice of 
Student Court; Chairman of SAVE. 

JOHN EARL ARMSTRONG, Economics Laurel 

RONALD E. BALZLI, *KT, Advertising Mobile, Ala. 

Yellow Jackets; Vice President of Pledge Class, Chapter Corresponding Secretary. 

ROBERT PRESTON BARHAM, Marketing Meridian 

University Singers; Choral Union; Wesley Foundation, Education chairman; 
Committee of 100; Pi Tau Chi; Dormitory Chairman; Men's Affairs Board, 
Secretary; University Activities Council; Delta Sigma Pi, Outstanding pledge, 
Secretary; Collegiate Civitans, Vice President, President, State Governor, 
Outstanding Service Award. 



THIRD ROW: 

JOSEPH KEITH BARNETT, Personnel Management Waynesboro 
Society for Advancement of Management. 

HARRY BAXTER, General Business Sumrall 

CLARENCE R. BELL, Marketing Jackson 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

JOSEPH ANTHONY BELLANCA, Marketing Passiac, N.J. 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



FOURTH ROW: 

LARRY WILLIAMS BESS, General Business Nashville, Tenn. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

JANICE LANETTE BLOCKER, Business Jackson 

LESTER LEE BOURNE, Marketing Jackson 

CHARLES R. BOUTWELL, Accounting Newton 



FIFTH ROW: 

JIM BOZEMAN, ZAE, Industrial Management Wewahitchka 

J. R. BROWN, 4>KT, Business Bay Springs 

HAROLD E. BRUMFIELD, *KT. Marketing McComb 

President of Phi Kappa Tau Pledge Class, 1964, Treasurer, '66. 

FRANCISCO J. BUESO, Business Guatemala City 



SIXTH ROW: 

ULMER T. BULLOCK, JR., Accounting Collins 

Business Fraternity Council; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

CHARLES ELLIS BURNHAM, General Business Magee 

POLLARD FORD BURRIS, Accounting McComb 

JOHN MARION CALLIA, Management New Orleans, La. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JAMES "LARRY" CAMERON, Marketing Wiggins 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

SAMUEL MARTIN CATES, Marketing Gulfport 

GUY JARVIS CHAPMAN, *KT, Industrial Managament 

Mobile, Ala. 
HAROLD HAVARD CLOPTON III, Management Wesson 



MARY ANN COKER, Economics 

Phi Chi Theta; Newman Club. 



Pensacola, Fla. 
Biloxi 



RONALD EDWARD COLE. Marketing 

Pi Sigma Epsilon; University Singers; Opera Workshop. 

GRADY FOREMAN COLEMAN, Management Gulfport 

WILLIAM GATES COLLINS. Foreign Trade New Orleans, La. 

Newman Club; Circle K. %^Q 








Seniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

JOHN LOUIS COLLINS, Marketing Jackson 

JOSEPH P. COMPRETTA, Finance Bay St. Louis 

CLINTON EARL CONERLY, *KT, Management Gulfport 

MAURA SHANNON COOK, General Business Pass Christian 



SECOND ROW: 

TIMOTHY ALBERT CORKRAN, Accounting Baltimore, Md. 
Dean's List; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

STEVE GAYLON COTHERN, Management Jayess 

Dean's List. 
JOE EVERETTE CRAWFORD, Marketing Meridian 

Pi Sigma Epsilon, 

EARL JUNIOR CUEVAS, Marketing Gulfport 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



THIRD ROW: 

THOMAS JOSEPH CUSACK, Finance 

Rho Epsilon; Newman Club; Chorus. 

MARK B. DABBS, K2, Business Administration 
Scabbard and Blade; Southern Players. 

CLIFTON MOORE DAVIS, General Business 

DONALD RAY DAVIS, Marketing 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Intramurals. 

Meridian 

Meridian 
Poplarville 



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FOURTH ROW: 

JOHN J. DAVIS, Accounting Yazoo City 

Dean's List. 

LEE JARRELL DAVIS, Personnel Management Hattiesburg 

RAYMOND TRIPP DAVIS, JR., Industrial Management Natchez 

Newman Club; Delta Sigma Pi; University Activities Council; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Treasurer of the Society for the Advancement of Management. 

ROBERT LEE DAVIS III, Marketing Crystal Springs 



FIFTH ROW: 

GERALD ALAN DICKERSON, Business Management Lucedale 

Phi Mu Alpha; Sinfonia, outstanding pledge; Kappa Kappa Psi, outstanding 

pledge; Dean's List; Assistant to the conductors; University orchestra; Symphonic 

Band; Drum major; ROTC Band. 

DANIEL JOHN DIETRICH, Accounting Picayune 

Civitan Club; Newman Club; Golf Team; Dean's List. 

GERALD WILLIAM DIETRICK, Marketing Picayune 

ELIZABETH JOAN DONOVAN, Marketing Pensacola, Fla. 

Social Chairman of Phi Chi Theta; President of Southern Marketing Club; 

Hillcrest House Council; Newman Club. 



SIXTH ROW: 

RAYMOND GEORGE DRAKE, Industrial Management 

DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 
JERRY VANN DYESS, IIKA, Personnel and Industrial Mgt. 

Waynesboro 
Social Chairman and Intramural coach of Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PETER FRANK ECKDAHL, Marketing Princeton, III. 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

LYNN C. ELLIS, KA, Business Administration Arlington, Va. 
Kappa Delta Secretary; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Senator; Dixie Darling; Dean's 

List. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JOHN BROOKS EMOKY III, ATfl, Finance Birmingham, Ala. 

LOUIS PHILIP ENSLEN, JR., Personnel Relations Meridian 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 

JAMES JOHN EVANS III, 2*E, Personnel Management 

Bay Springs 

HARVEY C. FELTS, Marketing Pascagoula 

Dean's List; Yellow lackets; Delta Sigma Pi. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

CHARLES DANIEL Fl ANT AC A, Management Summit 

JUDSON WOODWARD FIDLER, Industrial Management 

Mobile, Ala. 
Highlanders Bagpipe Band; Society for Advancement of Management. 

THOMAS WALTER FINCHER, Business Mobile, Ala. 

JOHN HOWARD FLOWERS, Accounting Hattiesburg 



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Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

PERCY WAYNE FOLKS, Personnel Management Bougalusa 

JOE DALE FORTENBERRY, General Business Hattiesburg 

BARRY FRANZINO, JR., Marketing Passaic, N.J. 

President of Business Fraternity Council; President of Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

EDWARD D. FREEMAN, Accounting Natchez 



SECOND ROW: 

JAMES CARROLL GARVIN, Accounting Laurel 

Member of Alpha Sigma Alpha and Delta Sigma Pi. 

BILLY JOE GEDDIE, Industrial Management Laurel 

JOHN GERALD GILMORE, Personnel Management Durant 

Sigma Alpha Mu. 
GEORGE F. GODWIN, Accounting Meridian 



THIRD ROW: 

DONALD EDWARD GOLDMAN, Accounting Mobile, Ala. 

MICHAEL AUSTIN GORE, ATfi, Business Administration 

Hattiesburg 
CLARENCE RICHARD GRANT, Accounting Selma, Ala. 

PHILIPP RICHARD GRANT, Accounting Mobile, Ala. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



FOURTH ROW: 

BILLY N. GREEN, Management Hattiesburg 

DAVID PAUL GREEN, Management New Orleans, La. 

Corresponding Secretary of Society for the Advancement of Management; 

Newman's Club; Dean's List; Regional Merit Scholarship. 

WALTER WARREN GREENE, Management Moss Point 

Dean's List. 

CECIL THOMAS GUNTER, Management Soso 



FIFTH ROW: 

WILLARD GLENWOOD HALL, Marketing Tampa, Fla. 

GEORGE BARRY HALLWAY, Industrial Management 

Bay Minette, Ala. 
HUBERT VERNON HARLESS, Accounting Panama City, Fla. 

ATLEE O. HARMON, Accounting Morton 

Dean's List; President's List. 



ROBERT LESLIE HARRIS, Marketing Tupelo 

Historian and Publicity Chairman for Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

STANLEY SAMUEL HARRIS. Management Hattiesburg 

Delta Sigma Pi; Commander of Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade. 

CLAUDE PETE HAYS, Accounting Memphis, Tenn. 

"Top Five Freshmen"; Phi Eta Sigma; Proctor; Rho Eta Sigma, Treasurer 
M Club; Secretary _ Varsity Baseball; Men's Affairs Board; Westminster Fel- 
lowship; Treasurer of Kappa Alpha Pledge Class. 

GARY W. HEARD, Marketing Biloxi 



SEVENTH ROW: 

ROBERT ALTON HERRINGTON, Business Administration 

Columbia 
Yellow Jackets. 
BETTY W. HEWITT, Marketing Meadville 

Phi Chi Theta. 
GORDON DALE HILL, Marketing Tupelo 

Phi Sigma Epsilon. 
JACKSON D. HINTON, General Business New Augusta 



EIGHTH ROW: 

LESLIE B. HINTON, Office Management Escatawpa 

RAYMOND WESTON HOLDER, Marketing Natchez 

BSU, Financial Chairman; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

O. DAVID HOLLINGSWORTH, Accounting Raleigh 

JAMES RILEY HOOD III, Accounting Jackson 

Southwestern Executive Sales Club, Treasurer. 



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Seniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

LOUIS RONALD HOWARD, Management Picayune 

WILSON C. HUDSON, Personnel Administration Jackson 

DONALD MAX HUEY, Personnel Management Little Rock 

NOBLE KNOWLES HURDLE, Accounting Union 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha, Treasurer; Wesley Foundation, President and Treasurer; 

Alpha Phi Omega. 



SECOND ROW: 

DON ALLEN HURST, IIKT, 

Personnel and Industrial Management Laurel 

DANIEL WESLEY JEFCOAT, Accounting Soso 

JAMES L. JEFCOAT, Accounting Soso 

DENNIS PAUL JONES, Industrial Management Yazoo City 



THIRD ROW: 

JACQUELINE GALBREATH JONES, Accounting Union Church 
Dean's List; President's List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

KENNETH SHELTON JONES, Management Jackson 

GERALD ALEX KASOUICH, Marketing Biloxi 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
THOMAS WAYNE KENNEY, Economics Jennings, Mo. 



FOURTH ROW: 



Collins 
Hazelhurst 



CHARLES ESTUS KEYS, Accounting 

WANDA JO KILGORE, Secretarial Training 

GARY LEE KOCHERSPERGER, Marketing Roslyn, Penn. 

Varsity Basketball, Co-captain (senior); Westminster Fellowship; Athletic 
Dormitory Representative; "M" Club. 

W. BURRELL KYZAR, Marketing Monticello 

Delta Sigma Pi; President of Southwestern Executive Sales Club. 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN EDWARD LADNER, Finance Bay St. Louis 

JIMMY LANCASTER, Management Mobile, Ala. 

LOUIS JOHN LARTIGUE, Personnel and Indsutrial Management 

Mobile, Ala. 
Scabbard and Blade; DMS Award in ROTC. 

JOHNNY W. LAURENT, Industrial Management Natchez 



SIXTH ROW: 

JUDITH CAROLYNN LEE, AAA, Accounting Greenville 

Student Court Justice; President of Phi Delta Rho; Pi Tau Chi; Treasurer 

of Delta Delta Delta; Dean's List; Freshman Counselor; SCOPE Delegate; 

Treasurer of SGA. 

LUTHER GAY LEE, Marketing Hattiesburg 

BURTON O. LEWIS, Management Florence 

BILLY WAYNE LOTT, Accounting Hattiesburg 



SEVENTH ROW: 

MARK L. LOWREY, JR., KZ, Marketing Hattiesburg 

President of SGA; President of Omicron Delta Kappa; President of Student 
Senate; Executive Assistant to SGA President; Election Commissioner; Chief 
Justice of Student Court; Sophomore and Freshman Senator and Vice Presi- 
dent; Delegate to Mississippi Intercollege Council: Southern University Stu- 
dent Government Association; Youth Congress; Vice Chairman of SCOPE: 
Dean's List; Parliamentarian of Yellow Jackets; Kappa Sigma; Guard, Rush 
Chairman; IFC Representative; SGA Carnet. 

RONALD L. McCABE, Business Administration 



Gloster 



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james c. Mcdonald, jr., *kt, 

Industrial and Personnel Management Mobile, Ala. 
Secretary of Phi Kappa Tau; SAM. 

JIMMY DALE McGUIRE, Marketing Lyman 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

WAYNE RICHARD McKENZIE, General Business Hattiesburg 
DON V ALTON McKINLEY, General Business Laurel 

HAROLD ALBERT McLEOD, Business Management Ovett 

FRED KIRK McNEEL, Marketing New Orleans, La. 



Seniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

ROLAND CECIL McRAE, Business Management Pascagoula 

Dean's List; Letter USM Football. 
RICHARD WAYNE MAES. 2AE, Marketing Palos Height, III. 

Rush Chairman; Chaplain. 
SIDNEY E. MALONE, Industrial Management Hattiesburg 

RICHARD CLARK MARBLE, Business Management Vicksburg 



SECOND ROW: 

GERALD R. MARTIN, Accounting Raleigh 

BILLY GEORGE MASHBURN, Marketing Mobile, Ala. 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
JUSTO ELI AS MATHEWS, Foreign Trade Venezuela 

JON MURRAY MATTHEWS, Marketing Jackson 

Baptist Student Union; Collegiate Civitan. 



THIRD ROW: 

EDMUND SOUCHON MAYATTE, Accounting Gulf port 

HENRY D. MESSER, JR., Finance Columbia 

JOE MIDDLEBROOK, Accounting Meridian 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

BOBBY DON MILLER, Accounting Monticello 



FOURTH ROW: 



TERRY MILLER, Accounting 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

DONALD LEIGH MOORE, Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

JOHN HARVEY MOORE, Accounting 
ROY NEWTON MOORE. Personnel Management Lambert 

Pen and Sword, President; President's List; Dean's List. 



Ocean Spring* 

San Antonio, Texas 

Miami, Fla. 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN BOURNE MORROW, Banking and Finance 

Pass Christian 
Rho Eta Sigma; Sailing Club. 
DWIGHT BAXTER NELSON, 2*E, General Business 

Shellinguille, Tenn. 
Pledge Secretary; Vice President; Rush Chairman; Varsity Cheerleader: IFC 
Representative; Yellow Jackets. 

JAMES RAY NETTLES, Personnel Management Tylertown 

NELL R. O'NEAL, Marketing Perkinston 



SIXTH ROW: 



Pensacola, Fla. 



JOSEPH Z. PAIR, Marketing 

Pi Sigma Epsilon; Dean's List. 

HAROLD EDWARD PARKER, ZAE, Finance Wiggins 

WALLACE FREEMAN PARKER, General Business Hattiesburg 

AQUILES SEGUNDO PARRA, Marketing 

Maracaibo, Venezuela 



SEVENTH ROW: 

BEVERLY SUZANNE PARRISH, Marketing Jackson 

Phi Chi Theta, Secretary, Vice President; Secretary of Southern Marketing Club. 

JAMES ALAN PARRISH, K2, Marketing St. Petersburg, Fla. 

FRANK GEORGE PATES, Marketing Biloxi 

Sigma Omicron Sigma, President; Sigma Pi Epsilon, Treasurer. 

JOHN BARKLEY PATTISON III, Management Key West, Fla. 

Bagpipe Band; Drill Team; Sailing Club; ROTC Rangers; Dean's List; Society 

for Advancement of Management. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

SAM KENNEDY PAYNE, Accounting New Orleans, La. 

DAVID E. PEARCE, Management Mobile, Ala. 

WALTER THOMAS PENNINGTON, Marketing Gulf port 

Pi Sigma Epsilon, Secretary. 

VAULTER BRENT PERRY, Marketing Pascagoula 

Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President; Pledge Trainer; University Activity Com- 
mittee, Vice President; Scabbard and Blade; Yellow Jackets; Phi Beta Lambda; 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



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Seniors 

Business Administration 



JAMES RICHARD PHILLIPS. Marketing Brookhaven 

Yellow lackets. 
JOHN FRANKLIN PINNIX, Business Administration 

Long Beach 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

BENTON CLYDE PITTS, Accounting Ellisville 

MACK CODMAN PITTS, JR.. Management Crystal Springs 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



SECOND ROW: 

WILLIAM MONROE POGUE, Marketing Laurel 

CARROLL CURTIS POSEY, Accounting Brookhaven 

BSU. 

EDWARD THOMAS POST, Real Estate New Orleans, La. 

Delta Sigma Pi; Collegiate Civitan. 

HERBERT OZETT PRVITT, Management Collinsville 



THIRD ROW: 

JAMES O'CONNOR RABBY, Management Wiggins 

STEWART HOLM RAMSAY, PKT, Industrial Management 

Pascagoula 
Delia Sigma Pi; Business Fraternity Council; Society for Advancement of 
Management, President; Dean's List. 

RAY DOUGLAS RAY, JR., General Business Mobile, Ala. 

GERALDINE REEVES, Accounting McComb 



FOURTH ROW: 

JOE SHANNON RICH, General Business Lumberton 

JOHN C. RICHARDSON, Marketing Biloxi 
Pi Sigma Epsilon, President. 

JOHN C. ROBSON, KZ, Accounting Natchez 

RALPH PHILIP ROMERSHAUSER, Finance New Orleans, La. 



FIFTH ROW: 

CHARLES THOMAS ROSE, Finance 
CLYDE D. ROSS, K2, Accounting 
Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Social Chairman, 
and Blade. 

LESLIE M. ROSS, Accounting 

JOHN WESLEY RUSHING, Personnel Management 



SIXTH ROW: 



Greenwood 
Meridian 

President; Scabbard 



Wiggins 
Tylertown 



MILLS SPENCER SAVAGE, JR., Marketing Waveland 

Pi Sigma Epsilon; President oi USM Rifle Team. Pistol and Shotgun Club; 

GCJC Golf Team; Tennis Team; BJC Associate Justice. 

JOHN WAYNE SCARBOROUGH, Accounting Gulf port 

JUSTIN C. SCHAFFER, Industrial and Personnel Management 

Mobile, Ala. 
Yellow Jackets; Advanced ROTC; Dean's List. 

DAVID ARTHUR SCHERBARTH, Accounting 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Dean's List. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

HOWARD WILSON SCHLEGEL, Management 

New Orleans, La. 

DAVID McKEAND SCHLICHTER, General Business 

Mobile, Ala. 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
THOMAS F. SEEFELD, Insurance Laurel 

GEORGE EDWARD SEYMOUR, Marketing Biloxi 

Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

HELEN ELAINE SIBLEY, Marketing Pensacola 

Southern Marketing Club, Vice President; Phi Chi Theta, Treasurer and 

Representative of Business Fraternity Council; Newman Club; Women's Affairs 

Board; Vice House Chairman of Hillcrest: Dean's List. 

RICHARD STEVE SIMS, Marketing 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

RICHARD WAYNE SKELTON, Management 
DAVID GLENN SMITH, Accounting 



Bay Springs 

Enterprise 
Roxie 



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Seniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

EDDIE LEE SMITH, Industrial and Personnel Management 

Vicksburg 
RONALD KEITH SMITH, Management Picayune 

JERRY LYNN SPEIGHTS, Management Columbia 

Yellow lackets. 
ROGER HARVEY STAFFORD, 2AE, Industrial Management 

Houston, Texas 
Eminent Warden; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Interjraternity Council. 



SECOND RO W.- 
JOSEPH EUGENE ST. ANDRIE, Accounting Ocean Springs 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

GARY LOWRANCE STATON, Business Administration 

Hattiesburg 
JIMMY NEIL STEWART, Accounting Collins 

EDWARD BOWEN STOLLENWERCK, Management 

Montgomery, Ala. 



THIRD ROW: 

JOHN CURRAN STRECKFUS, Management New Orleans, La. 

THOMAS M. SUMRALL, JR., Industrial Management Purvis 

CLAUDE DENNIS SWITZER, General Business Ocean Springs 

CHARLES R. TAYLOR, *KT, Finance Biloxi 

Social Chairman, Secretary, Pledge Class; Advanced ROTC; Scabbard and 

Blade; Young Republicans. 



FOURTH ROW: 

RALPH RUSSELL TAYLOR, Industrial Management 

Monroe, La. 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 

JAMES PAUL THOMAS, *KT, Business Administration 

Tampa, Fla. 
Pledge Master of Phi Kappa Tau. 

MARY SUSAN THURMAN, Accounting Collins 

HARRY RICHARD TURPIN> Marketing Mobile, Ala. 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN THOMAS TUSO, AT«, Marketing Vineland, N.J. 

GLENN EDWARD WALKER, Personnel Management Laurel 

DONALD LEROY WALL, Management Gillsburg 

LEIGH ANTHONY WALLACE. Marketing Meadville 

Pi Sigma Epsilon; Dean's List; Business Fraternity Council. 



SIXTH ROW: 

GAREY DALE WALTERS, Finance Laurel 

THURMAN GEORGE WALTON, JR., Personnel Management 

Union 
JACK DOUGLAS WARD, Marketing Columbia 

JOHN F. WATKINS, JR., Industrial Management Laurel, Dela. 

USM Marching Band: Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Concert Band; Rho Eta 

Sigma; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Society for the Advancement of Management; 

Distinguished Military Student. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JOSEPH ERNEST WEBB, Personnel Management Long Beach 

CHARLES F. WELSH, Management Pensacola, Fla. 

HARRY LOUIS WHEELER, Management Biloxi 

Society for the Advancement of Management. 

JAMES WARREN WILKERSON, Accounting Hattiesburg 









EIGHTH ROW: 

MARVIN HOWARD WILLIAMS, Marketing 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

GLEN M. WILSON, *KT, Management 

ROBERT F. WINLAND, Marketing 

Delta Sigma Pi; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

JAMES RULON WINSTEAD, General Business 



Summit 

Milton, Fla. 
Biloxi 

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Seniors 

Business Administration 

HAROLD EDWARD WOOD, ATfi, Finance Pensacola, Via. 

Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer. 
JOEL L. WOODS, IIKA, Marketing Kosciusko 

JACOB GEORGE YURAN, Accounting Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Business Fraternity Council, Secretary, 

Treasurer; Newman Federation. 

CHARLES PATRICK MURPHY, Marketing 

Valley Station, N.Y. 




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Juniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

J. RONNIE ALLEN, Marketing Magnolia 

EDWARD KENNY ALMAN, Marketing Quitman 

THOMAS FRANKLIN ALPIN, Economics 

Hattiesburg 
MARY JUDITH BALL, Business Education 

Hattiesburg 
HARRY COLE BARNES, Industrial Management 

Louisville 

SECOND ROW: 

DON F. BARRON, Finance Pascagoula 

JAMES OLEN BAUCUM, General Business Newton 
CLATIS BECTON, Management Bucatunna 

FREDDY BURDINE, KS, Personnel Management 

Fulton 
JOHN GERARD BERGINER, Economics 

Ocean Springs 

THIRD ROW: 

WILLIAM CARL BERRY, Marketing Columbia 

ALEXANDER A. BERTOLLA, General Business 

Mobile, Ala. 
LINDA JEAN BRADNER, Accounting Pensacola, Fla. 
RAY DEAN BRALAND, Management Wiggins 

TERREL HARLYN BRELAND, Personnel Management 

Picayune 

FOURTH ROW: 

GARY LEE BROWN, Marketing Tupelo 

EUGENE PATRICK BROWN, Management Meridian 
WAYNE SHERMAN BULLOCK, Marketing Prentiss 
JOE L. CARTER, Business Administration Jackson 

MELBA JANE CHAMBERLAIN, Accounting Grenada 

FIFTH ROW: 

JAMES TERRY CHANEY, ATfi, Business Tupelo 

OLIVER AUSTIN CLAIR, Accounting Laurel 

JOHN T. CLARK, Marketing Saint Mary's, Pa. 

JOE MACK CLEARMAN, General Business Sumrall 
ROBERT DONALD CLEVELAND, Accounting 

Hickory 
SIXTH ROW: 

JAMES ALLEN COLE, Accounting Prentiss 

GEORGE H. CONSTANCE, Management 

Pensacola Fla. 
JAMES ROLAND COVINGTON, JR., Business 

Administration Meridian 

WAYNE MORRIS CROWDER, Accounting Picayune 
PAUL SIDNEY DAVIS, Business Administration 

Jackson 

SEVENTH RO W.- 
ALTON THEODORE DAVIS, Accounting and 

Commercial Science Hattiesburg 

JOSEPH S. DEMERANVILLE III, Personnel 

Management Mobile, Ala. 

TOM C. DICKERSON, Management Melrose Park, III. 
STEVE WENDELL DUNCAN, Business Administration 

Jackson 
JAMES P. DUNN, Management Washington, D.C. 

EIGHTH ROW: 

MICHAEL WILTON ENGELL, Accounting Meridian 
ROY SIDNEY EWER, Accounting Clarksdale 

DALE WOODSON FARRIOR, Personnel Management 

Waynesboro 
GERALD LOY FLYNT, Management Moss Point 

WADE SHERMAN GENTRY, Business Management 

Yazoo City 
NINTH ROW: 

DOROTHY LAVELLE GIBSON, Accounting 

Lucedale 
WILEY WILFORD GIEGOR, General Business 

Hattiesburg 
STANLEY LEROY GIBSON, Finance Popularville 
DANNY PAUL GORDON, Marketing Meridian 

ELWYN D. GUERNSEY, Management Pensacola, Fla. 





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Juniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

FRED S. HADDAD, ZAE, Management Pascagoula 

DAVID HAROLD HALLE, Personnel Management 

Pinola 
WILLIAM TIMOTHY HAND, General Business 

Newton 
CLAUD VERN HARRIS, General Business Natchez 
LANE GRIFFITH HASKEW, Acacia, Accounting 

Jackson, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: 

EARL EUGENE HENSLEY, JR., Accounting Gulfport 
RALPH HERMAN HERRIN, JR., Marketing Collins 
BRELON C. HILL, 2AE, Accounting 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

LINDA NEU HINTON KA, Business Education Petal 
DON H. HOLIFIELD, Finance Soso 

THIRD ROW: 

RONNIE J. HOLMES, Accounting Hattiesburg 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN HORNE, JR., Accounting 

Laurel 
DAVID HENDERSON HUGHLEY, Marketing 

Meridian 
JO ANN HYMEL, Marketing New Orleans, La. 

ARNOLD JACKSON, Marketing Meridian 

FOURTH ROW: 

DONALD JACKSON, Marketing Meridian 

RONALD JACKSON, Marketing Meridian 

ALLEN CRAIG JEFCOAT, Industrial Management 

Moss Point 
KENNETH RAY JORDAN, Management Philadelphia 
RICHARD RAY KEETON, Marketing Morton 

FIFTH ROW: 

LAWRENCE WOODROW KERN, Management 

Jackson 

RAY E. KIDD, Management Bay St. Louis 

ROBERT WARREN KNIGHT, Finance Gulfport 

GARY DAVID LADNER, Finance Bay St. Louis 

ALAN E. LaROSE, Finance New Orleans, La. 

SIXTH ROW: 

FRANK A. LASTROGIOVANNI, Business 

New Orleans, La. 

RANDY F. LAWRENCE, Business Administration 

Gulfport 

WILLIE RAY LAWSON, Accounting Flomaton, Ala. 

JAMES HERRON LEE, Marketing Kokomo 

EDWARD K. LITTON, JR., Accounting 

Birmingham, Ala. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

GARY LEE LUKENS, Finance Hattiesburg 

MACK GREG. McCAFFREY, Accounting Monticello 
TOMMY F. McDANIEL, KS, Accounting Columbia 
GREGORY V. McDOUGALL, Business Management 

Magnolia 

DONALD PAUL McDOWELL, Management 

Pensacola, Fla. 

EIGHTH ROW: 

ALBERT CALVIN McLAND, Business Administration 

Stringer 

HORACE W. McNEAL, Finance Baton Rouge, La. 
THOMAS GELLISPIE McRAE, Business Management 

Meridian 

PEGGY MALONE, A2A, General Business Gulfport 

GEORGE C. MARTIN, Acacia, Accounting Summit 

NINTH ROW: 

ROBERT ERNEST. MASON, Industrial Management 

Newton 

JAMES GEORGE MONSOUR, Marketing Vicksburg 
RICHARD PAUL MORAN, Marketing Gulfport 

GLENN FARRELL MORRIS, Management Jackson 
WILLIAM AUBREY MORROW, Business Management 

Jackson 



Juniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

BOBBY RAY MYERS, Accounting Magee 

RICHARD G. O'MAR, Accounting Gulfport 

FRANKLIN DANIEL OVERMAN, 

Business Management Pascagoula 

HENRY PETER PARKER, Management Biloxi 

MICHAEL WAYNE PARKER, 2AE, Marketing Laurel 

SECOND ROW: 

ALEX W. PARKS, Marketing Enterprise 

ROY AUSTIN PATRICK, Accounting Forest 

RICHARD GLEN PATTERSON, Accounting Forest 
LOIS ANN PECKHAM, General Business Purvis 

NATALIE MARIE PETERS, IIB*, Finance Jackson 

THIRD ROW: 

KAY LINDA PIERCE, Accounting Petal 

PENNY JO POTTS, Business Goodman 

ROGER DALE POULOS, K2, Marketing Biloxi 

BARBARA ANN POWELL, Accounting Gulfport 

MELVIN LOUIS POWELL, Accounting Fox Worth 

FOURTH ROW: 

DANIEL CHARLES QUICK, Management Collins 

FRANKLIN CLARK RADER, Accounting Wiggins 
DOUGLAS ROBERT REDFIELD, 

Business Administration Wiggins 

JERRY RAY REED, Economics and Accounting Utica 
CHARLEY EARL RHODES, Personnel Management 

Bay St. Louis 

FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN THOMAS ROGERS, Accounting Moss Point 
ROBERT LYNN ROSE, General Business Duck Hill 
JAMES DAVID ROSS, Marketing Meridian 

REID M. RUSHING, JR., Marketing Tylertown 

CLIFFORD SMITH RUSSELL III, Management 

Mississippi City 

SIXTH ROW: 

EDWARD J. RYDER, Marketing Lynn, Mass 

DOUGLAS LYNN S ALLEY , Business Administration 

Houma, La. 
TERRY P. SCAFIDI, Management Bay St. Louis 

RODNEY HAY WARD SESSIONS, Business 

Signal Mt., Tenn. 
DENNY GEORGE SHOWS, General Business Laurel 

SEVENTH RO W.- 
JAMES F. SHOWS, Marketing Pass Christian 
RONALD LEE SINGLEY, Personnel Management 

Meridian 
DELOS A. SIMMONS, Marketing Magnolia 

JUDITH ANN SKINNER, General Business Gulfport 
CHARLES THOMAS SLATER, Accounting Utica 

EIGHTH ROW: 

GEORGE DANIEL SMITH, KA, Business Jackson 
RITA KAY SMITH, Secretarial Training Jackson 

PATRICIA SUE SOMMERS, ASA, Marketing 

Pascagoula, Fla. 
WAYNE DEW ITT SPITCHLEY, 

Personnel Management Hazelhurst 

TERRY STANFORD, Finance Hattiesburg 

NINTH ROW: 

HARMON GARY STEWART, Management Hattiesburg 
JOHN DOUGLAS STONE, ATfi, Marketing Laurel 
JAMES EDWARD TATUM, Personnel Management 

Waynesboro 
THORVALD J. TEST MAN, Business Pensacola, Fla. 
JERRY LYN THARP, Accounting Hattiesburg 





Juniors 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

RONNIE EARL THAXTON, Accounting Liberty 

TOMMY DOUGLAS THORNTON, Accounting 

Raleigh 
DAVID FLOYD TRAVIS, Personnel Management 

Picayune 
JAMES ALEXANDER TRUSSEL, General Business 

Hattiesburg 
ROBERT SAMUEL TUMEY, Accouuting Liberty 

SECOND ROW: 

DELPHINE E. VOSS, Business Education Natchez 

FRED KOLB WAGNER, Management Pensacola, Fla. 
AUGUST MARTIN WALCHAK, JR.. ' 



JERRY LEN WALKER, Business 
RAYMOND WARD, JR., Accounting 



Marketing 
Roselle, N.J. 
Gulfport 
Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

PATRICK JOSEPH WARE, Management Hattiesburg 
JOSEPH RONALD WETZEL, Business Administration 

Biloxi 
BETTY WHITE, Business Administration Jackson 

ROBERT J. WHITE, Management 

Harrington Park, N.J. 
EDWIN JAMES WICKER, JR., Marketing Smithdale 

FOURTH ROW: 

WILLIAM GERALD WIGINGTON, General Business 

Pinola 
CAROLYN LYNN WOLFE, General Business Smithdale 
WILLIAM WARREN WO MACK, Business Utica 

KENNETH ALLEN WOODRUFF, 

Personnel Management Yazoo City 

WILLIAM J. CONNER, Hattiesburg 




Sophomores 

Business Administration 



FIRST ROW: 

LILIA MARTHA GOMEZ 
WILLIAM F. GREEN, JR. 
JUMEL THAMES HICKS 
DAVID EVANS KEAN 
ROBERT H. KNOWLES 



Bogota, Colombia 

Warner Robins, Ga. 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Corpus Christi, Tex. 



SECOND ROW: 

PATRICK H. McNULTY Pine Bluff, Ark. 

H. HUGH NELSON Yazoo City 

LILLIAN DARLENE O'BRYAN Mobile, Ala. 

NANCY E. WELLS, *M Jackson 







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DEAN CARL L. McQUAGGE 



Dr. John Douglas Alcorn 

Virginia Alexander 

Dr. Conrad Allen 

Dr. Elizabeth Antley 

Sam Anzalone 

Nancy Baker 

Mabel Baldwin 

Dr. Harry Barker 

Dr. Jack Basham 

Dr. James Baxter 

Dr. Annelle Bonner 

Dr. Herman Boroughs 

W. O. Brantley 

Fred Brown 

Marianne Brown 

Dr. Zed Burns 

Dr. Claude Campbell 

James Carpenter 



Larry Christensen 
Willie Earl Cooley 
Donna Conerly 
Jean Arnold Crowder 
Dr. Lena DeGrummond 
Dr. Henry Easterling 
Willie Ewell 
Joan Falsone 
Madeline Flynt 
John M. Frazier 
Dr. Lena Y. Gough 
Rader Grantham 
Dr. Eric Gunn 
Dr. Kenneth Gutsch 
Clifford Hagenson 
Ernest Harrington 
Sylvia Henington 
Lee Hildman 



Dr. Clarence Holden 
Dr. Malcomb Huckabee 
Dr. Max E. Hunter 
M. C. Johnson 
Dr. David Knight 
Dr. Sheriff Knight 
Dr. Norvin Landskov 
Carolyn Lewis 
Dr. James Douglas Lowe 
Dr. Aubrey Lucas 
Dr. Herbert Eugene Lucy 
Dr. C. E. McCarver 
Dr. Robert McDavid 
Dr. Carl McQuagge 
Dr. James McPhail 
Dr. James H. Mailey 
Dr. Thomas S. Martin 
Charles Mauldin 



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MAJORS 

Psychology 

Architectural Drafting 

Corrective Therapy 

Industrial Arts 

Library Science 

Biology 

Business Education 

Chemistry 

Economics 

English 

French 

General Science 

General Speech 

Geography 

German 

History 

Recreation 

Office Management 

Executive Secretarial Studies 







The school of EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY is the University's 
largest. Its primary function is to prepare teachers for public schools. Emphasis 
is placed on the individual to insure that he is well versed in the particular 
area in which he is preparing to teach. The huge responsibility of 
educating and guiding America's youth is stressed to encourage the 
student to constantly strive for excellence. 

In addition to the teacher education programs, the school operates 
programs in several other areas. They include psychology, library 
science, recreation and architectural drafting. 





FRONT ROW: Mr. M. H. Rabin, Advisor; Janice Archer, Secre- 
tary; Dale Nowell, Vice-President; Fred Richardson, President; 



Lee K. Hildman, Benji Midelleton. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Snow- 
den, Peyton Graves, Gary Gandy, Don Hinton, J. Donald Matherne. 



PI OMEGA PI, Alpha Sigma chapter, was founded 
April 27, 1940, on our campus, which was then 
Mississippi Southern College. It is a business education 
honor society with the purpose of encouraging interest 
and promoting scholarship in business education. 
Pi Omega Pi also strives to foster high ethical 
standards in business and professional life among 
teachers, to encourage civic responsibility, and to 
teach the ideal of service as the basis 
of all worthy enterprise. 




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FIRST ROW: Anna Faye Kelley, Historian; Diane Mosley, Secre- 
tary; Frances Risher, Treasurer; Phyllis Kelley, Vice-President; 
Gloria Taylor, President. SECOND ROW: Miss Mabel Baldwin, 
Faculty Advisor; Rebecca McAllister, Frances Cochran, Mrs. Donna 
Conerly, Faculty; Sue Dueitt, Miss Frances Rech, Faculty; Dr. 
Annelle Bonner, Faculty; Miss Evelyn Ewell, Sponsor. 




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PSI CHI, the national honor society in psychology, 
is an affiliate of the American Psychological 
Association. Founded in 1929, Psi Chi now 
boasts 146 chapters in 46 states. The USM 
chapter was organized in 1963. 
The purpose of Psi Chi is to advance the science 
of psychology, and to encourage and maintain 
scholarship and high standards of the individual 
members in all fields of endeavor. 



KAPPA DELTA PI, an honorary educational 
society, stresses high professional, intellectual, and 
personal standards in the field of education. Its 
members, who have attained specific academic 
qualifications, represent students interested in 
education as a vocation. 



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Graduates 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

LOUISE MAYFORD ANDERSON, Elementary Education 

Columbia 
JOHN NEAL BARRON, Recreation Atmore, Ala. 

RALPH LANE BURROUGHS, Guidance Forest 

MICHAEL JAMES DAUGHRILL, Physical Education Richton 



SECOND ROW: 

RONALD LOUIE DUBOIS, Reading 
PATRICIA B. EMERSON, Guidance 
SARA GOMEZ, School Administration 
WELD ON HATCHER, Guidance 



Jonesboro, La. 

Brookhaven 

Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 

Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

RONALD LEE HOLIFIELD, Health and Physical Education 

Laurel 
RAYMOND FLOYD HOPPER, Guidance Hattiesburg 

PAUL D. IRBY, Guidance State Line 

JUDITH ANN JONES, KA, Business Education DeWisle 



FOURTH ROW: 



Fla. 



ELSWORTH KEEN II, Physical Education Pahokee, 

PHYLLIS GWENDOLYN KELLEY, Business Education 

Hattiesburg 
LINDA JEAN LANGFORD, Physical Education Centerville, Ala. 
EUNICE HALL MAGEE, Reading Bogalusa, La. 



FIFTH ROW: 

RITA JAMIS MASHLOURN, Psychology Morton 

JOSEPH DONALD MATHERNE, Psychology New Orleans, La. 
WILLIAM ROY MOORE, JR., 

Education Administration, Principalship Ft. Worth, Texas 



STANLEY PHILIP ORVIS, Guidance 



Lynn Haven, Fla. 



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SIXTH ROW: 

DAVID L. PAYNE, Education Administration Gulf port 

BOBBY NORMAN POSEY, Guidance Counseling Philadelphia 
BETH ANN RICHEY, Giudance and Counseling Bridgeton, N.J. 
JAMES CONRAD ROBERSON, Chemistry Clinton 



SEVENTH ROW: 

RAY EDWARD SESSUMS, Industrial Arts Natchez 

JOSEPH INMAN SLATON, JR., Health and Physical Education 

Jackson 

DOUGLAS WALTER SMITH, Health and Physical Education 

Salford, Penn. 
JAMES E. SNOWDEN, Psychology Meridian 



EIGHTH ROW: 

THOMAS ALBERT STARNES, Educational Administration 

Jackson 

WILLIAM F. STEPHENS, ZN, Administration and Supervision 

Pensacola, Fla. 

GLORIA B. TAYLOR, Business Education Hattiesburg 

ROBERT WAYNE USEY, Physical Education Biloxi 









Graduates 

Education and Psychology 



CINDY WATLINGTON, KA, Special Education Hattiesburg 
JEAN R. WELSH, Student Relations Hattiesburg 

THERESA ANN YATES, Psychology West Monroe 














Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

JERRY MACK ADAMA, Library Science Madden 

CONNIE MICHAEL ALLEN, Industrial Arts Magnolia 

FRANCES JANE ALLEN, Elementary Education Silver Creek 

President's List; Dean's List; SNEA. 
JOHN RICHARDSON ASHFORD, Speech Pathology Clarksdale 



SECOND ROW: 

OUIDA L. ATKINS, Sociology Albany, Ga. 

PATRICIA ANN BARD WELL, Elementary Education McComb 
EARL BARRETT, Psychology Biloxi 

Pi Gamma Mu. 
BOBBIE JEAN BARLOW, Elementary Education Wesson 



THIRD ROW: 

LEROY LESTER BARTELT, Secondary Education Hattiesburg 

KAREN BASS, Executive Secretarial Studies Bassfield 

PAUL PATTERSON BASS, Psychology Sumrall 

MARY SUE BAY LIS, KA, Elementary Education Pascagoula 

Creek Goddess; Pi Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl; Top 20 Beauty; SNEA; UAC; 
BSU; Senior Class Treasurer; Homecoming Queen. 



FOURTH ROW: 

E. MARY BEASLEY, English Ellisville 

JEANIE ELAINE BEASLEY, Elementary Education Waynesboro 

HERBERT EDWARD BEAUMONT, JR., Psychology Petal 

Distinguished Military Student. 
GLORIA LYNN BELK, English Hattiesburg 



FIFTH ROW: 

BARBARA L. BELL, Elementary Education Monahans, Texas 

CLEO BENNETT, Sociology Morton 

BOBBY HUGH BILBO, Recreation Gulfport 

SANDRA K. BLACKWELL, Physical Education Biloxi 

Wesley Foundation; Young Republicans; Women's Physical Education Club; 
Vice President of Hper. 



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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 

FIRST ROW: 

CAROLYN BLALOCK, Elementary Education Newton 

HERMAN SMITH BOLICK, Office Management Conoven, N.C. 

ANN BOND, Xtt, Elementary Education Laurel 

Treasurer and Secretary of Chi Omega; SGA Secretary; President, Kappa Delta 

Pi; Phi Delta Rho, Beauty; Phi Kappa Tau, Little Sister; Homecoming Maid; 

President, Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Kappa Pi; Pi Tau Chi. 

RICHARD GLENN BOUNDS, Physical Education Newton 



SECOND ROW: 

LOUIS EDWARD BOYD, History Tylertown 

OLLIE SUE BOY KIN, Elementary Education Mize 

EDDIE MITCHELL BRADY, Library Science Bay Spring! 

JOSEPH ALLEN BRADY, Library Science Ellisville 



THIRD ROW: 

RUTH JOHNNIE BREAZEALE, Elementary Education Columbia 
MARY KATHERINE BREWER, Speech Education McComb 
DEBORAH JEAN BROOKS, Elementary Education Lucedale 
HUBERT GERALD BROOKS, Spanish Meridian 



FOURTH ROW: 

MARTHA SUMRALL BROWN, English Meridian 

Dean's List 

SALLIE JUNE BRADY, Elementary Education Pascagoula 

WILLIAM DAVID BRITTON, Industrial Arts Mirrly, Ala. 

LINDA EILLEEN BRUMMETT, Office Management Jackson 



FIFTH ROW: 

LESLIE BRYANT, Industrial Technology Mize 

FRANCES C. BUCHANAN, Elementary Education Forest 

HUGH DUNCAN BUCHANAN, Industrial Arts Hattiesburg 

NOLA TALMADGE BULLOCK, Industrial Arts Collins 



SIXTH ROW: 

RAMONA ALDERMAN BULLOCK, Elementary Education 

Stringer 
CHARLOTTE BURCAW, English 

President's List; Dean's List; SNEA. 

GAIL MAUREEN BURKS, Biology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Dean's List. 



HOMER EARL BURNS, JR., History 



Jackson 
Enterprise 



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SEVENTH ROW: 

MARILYN KATHRYN BURRIS. English Mize 

Kappa Delia Pi; Lambda Iota Tau, Publicity Chairman; SNEA: Dean's List. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH BUSBY, Elementary Education 

Waynesboro 

MARY ELIZABETH BUSH, Clinical Audiology Bay Springs 

JOSEPH WILLIAM BUTCH KA, English New London, Conn. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

ROGER T. BYNUM, Physical Education Canton 

ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE CADENHEAD, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
Dean's List; SNEA; BSU. 

STEPHEN EUGENE CALCOTE, ZAE, Industrial Arts Gulf port 

RONALD CARANNA, Health and Physical Education Biloxi 









Seniors 

Education and Psychology 

FIRST ROW: 

GAYE SUSAN CARNEY, Elementary Education Meridian 

SHERRJE LYNN CARPENTER. KA. Business Education Biloxi 

Dean's List; Dixie Darling; Phi Beta Lambda; Education Chairman of KD; 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi Omega Pi. 

STEPHEN VAN CARPENTER, Psychology Moss Point 

WILLIAM CONNELY CARRUTH, History McComb 

SECOND ROW: 

JANE CAROL CARTER, History Ellisville 

JOSEPH MELTON CARUTHERS, Psychology Cary 

VIRGINIA LEA CAUDILL, Biology Gulf port 

BENNETT E GRAY CAVES, Elementary Education Clara 

THIRD ROW: 

RICHARD JUDSON CHRISTMAS, #KT, Psychology 

Ocean Springs 
Scholarship Chairman of Phi Kappa Tan; Senator; Yellow Jackets; Sergeant 
at Arms; Spirit Committee; Interfraternity Council, Vice President and Presi- 
dent; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; Presidential Advisory Committee. 

DEARMAN HICKS CLARA, Elementary Education Leaksville 

SUSAN DIANNE CLIBURN, Elementary Education Magee 

LOUIS SIMEON COCHRAN, Physical Education Mobile 

FOURTH ROW: 

ELAINE FRANCES COCHRAN, Business Education Brooklyn 

Pi Omega Pi; Phi Beta Lambda, President; Dean's List; Dorm Officer; Miss 

Southern Pageant; Pi Kappa Delta; Debate Team. 

JANET ELIZABETH COOPER, Special Education New Augusta 

NANCY JO COOPER, Library Science Union 

HELEN OAKES COPELAND, Library Science Hattiesburg 

FIFTH ROW: 

PEGGY SMITHIE COTHERN, Elementary Education Jaycees 
Dean's List; SNEA. 

BETTY ANN COUCH, Mathematics Meridian 

Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List. 

PAULA MADELON COX, Elementary Education Lucedale 

MATTIE LEE CRANCE, Elementary Education Jackson 

SIXTH ROW: 

ISAAC FRANKLIN CREEL, Industrial Arts Franklinton 

Young Republicans; Industrial Education Club. 

EVELYN KAY CULPEPPER, Elementary Education Meridian 

BOBBIE KATHLEEN CURRIE. Elementary Education Utica 

SNEA. 

JEAN CURTIS, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

SEVENTH RO W.- 
LEE ALAN CURRY, Mathematics Laurel 

FREDNA LANELL CUEVAS, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 
Alpha Lambda Delta. 

RUTH D'AMICO, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

JAMES ADAM DAVIS, English Magee 

SNEA; Dean's List; BSU. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JON LESLIE DEAL, Speech Pathology Forest 

Dean's List; Vice President of Sigma Alpha Eta. 

HAROLD DOUGLAS DEARMAN, Physical Education 

Lumberton 



MARSHA L. DEMERANVILLE, History 
DIANNE DENNIS, Elementary Education 



Clinton 

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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

MARTELE DENMARK, Elementary Education Lucedale 

LINDA GRAY DICKEY, XO, Elementary Education Magee 

JERRYE DENAE DILL, Elementary Education Lucedale 

MARY ANNE DOOLITTLE, AZ, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
Tau Beta Sigma; Treasurer of Delta Zeta; Member of Marching and Symphonic 

Band. 



SECOND ROW: 

ELGIE RAMIE DUBISSON, Corrective Therapy Pass Christian 

BOBBIE LOUISE DUNN, History and Political Science Laurel 

Dean's List. 
DARSIS SHARON DUNN, Elementary Education State Line 

SUE BERTIE DVEITT, English McLain 

Dean's List; Fairchild Scholarship; Pi Omega Pi; Lambda lota Tau. 



THIRD ROW: 

GREGORY CHARLES EDWARDS, JR., Recreation 

Harrington Park, N.J. 
Newman Club; Treasurer of Collegiate Civitan; USM Recreation Association; 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

CONNIE KAY EI EN, AS A, Elementary Education Pascagoula 

Carnival Queen; ROTC Sponsor; Opera Workshop; University Singers; Song 
Director for ASA; Hattiesburg Little Theatre; Played Muselta in "La Boheme' . 

JIM ELLIS, Special Hattiesburg 

JAMES ALLON EMBRY, Arch Drafting Gutfport 



FOURTH ROW: 

JANET D. EMBRY, Elementary Education Gulfport 

JUDY ANNETTE EVERETT, Elementary Education Meridian 
CATHYE L. FARRIS, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

WILLIAM THOMAS FAUVER, Physical Education Brookhaves 



FIFTH ROW: 

SAM MEYER FELTENSTEIN. Industrial Technology Meridian 

Southern Rifles; Scabbard and Blade t Vice President; Collegiate Civitan; UAC; 

Industrial Arts Club. 

MARY GAYDEN FLOWERS, AAA, Elementary Education 

Pascagoula 

JANE KATHERINE FLY, Xfi, Elementary Education Jackson 

Senator; Committee of 100; Treasurer of Chi Omega; Annual Staff; Dean's 

List; SNEA. 

SHANNON CHARLES FLYNN, KA, Psychology Jackson 



SIXTH ROW: 

TERRY FLYNT, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

CLARA MAUD FORD, Library Science Collins 

VIRGINIA ANN FORTENBERRY, Elementary Education 

Brookhaven 
Dean's List; SNEA. 
BETTY SUE FORTENBERRY, Elementary Education Tylertown 



SEVENTH ROW: 

HENRY L. FOX, Biology 

GERALD J. FRANKLIN, History 

LARRY HAGAN FRENCH, History 

GARY EUGENE GANDY, Psychology 

Dean's List; Young Republicans; SCOPE. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

ANN FRANCES GARON, Recreation 

USM Charity Queen. 

BETTY LOUISE GATLIN, Business Education 



Richton 

Indianola 

Decatur 

Hattiesburg 



Gulfport 



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McComb 

JAMES ORIN GAVETTE, Geography Natchez 

UAC; Sophomore Senator; Yellow lackels; Vice President of Gamma Theta 

Upsilon; SNEA. 

CHRIS ALEXANDER GEOTES, Office Management Gulfport 






Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

RITA JO GILMORE, Elementary Education Philadelphia 

BRUCE ARTHUR GIOVANELLO, Recreation Administration 

Southbridge, Mass. 
Newman Club; Recreation Majors Club. 

VICKI LYNNE GLAZE, Elementary Education Forest 

NANCY MAY GOETTHAN, Physical Education Laurel 

Historian of HYPER; University Chorus; Highland Dancers; SNEA; Secretary; 
Rifle Club; Intramural Chairman of Dormitory; Student Printz: Wesley Foun- 
dation News Bulletin Committee; Southerner Staff. 



SECOND ROW: 

LORIE KAY GOLLOTTE, Executive Secretarial Studies Biloxi 

SHIRLEY NELL GOODMAN, Business Education Meridian 

Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; House Council. 

MARY L. GRAHAM, History Hattiesburg 

ANN GRANTHAM, Executive Secretarial Studies Moselle 



THIRD ROW: 

JAMES DAVID GRAVES, English Biloxi 

RONALD CLARK GRAVES, Education Seminary 

DONNA NOBLITT GREENE, IIB*, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
SNEA; Committee of 100; Dean's List. 

MILDRED HILL GREENWALDT, Elementary Education 

Columbia 



FOURTH ROW: 

DEENIE A. GRUBBS, AAA, Speech Pathology Jackson 

PAULINE VERDE GULOTTA, Executive Secretarial Studies 

Gulfport 
JOHNNY ROY GULLEDGE, History Mendenhall 

LARRY NEORA HAIK, Psychology Bogalusa 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOSEPHINE NEIL HALEY, English Carrollton 

Lambda lota Tau, Social Chairman; President's List; Dean's List. 

MARY CARRIE HALL, Elementary Education Wiggins 
SNEA; Dean's List; Wesley Foundation. 

RICHARD HALL, Health and Physical Education Prentiss 

BARBARA T. HAMM, English Hattiesburg 



SIXTH ROW: 

GARY WYNN HANNAN, Physical Education Canton, Ohio 

Church Representative and Publicity Chairman of BSU; Industrial Education 

Club; Co-Captain, Basketball Team, Hall of Fame. 

CAROLYN LOUISE HARDEE, Office Management Hattiesburg 
JESSE DANIEL HARDY, Industrial Arts Bolton 

PATRICIA LEA HARRISON, Elementary Education 

Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. 
Newman Club, Recording Secretary, Vice President; Miss Newmanite; Dean's 
List; Election Commissioner; President's Advisory Committee; SNEA. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

MARY PATRICIA HART, Elementary Education Brookhaven 

MARY ESTHER HARVEY, Elementary Education Liberty 

Kappa Delta Pi. 

RUTH HARVEY, Elementary Education Pensacola, Fla. 

SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi. 

JEAN HATCHER, Elementary Education Philadelphia 



EIGHTH ROW: 

NANCY HATHORN, Elementary Education Catharpin, Va. 

SCOPE; SUSGA; Committee of 100; Phi Kappa Tau Little Sister; SNEA; 
President's Cabinet; Presidential Advisory Board: Freshman Counselor: Secre- 
tary, Activities Chairman; Pledge Trainer of Pi Beta Phi; Dean's List; Election 
Commissioner. 

FLORA M. HEADRICK, Elementary Education Raleigh 

CAROLYN J. HELVESTON, Xfi, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 

Vocation Chairman and Historian of Chi Omega; Senator; WAB; SNEA. 

PEGGY SUE HICKS, History Leaksville 2.81 





Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

PRENTISS CLIFTON HINSON, History 

DANIEL AUGUSTUS HOGAN, Mathematics 

THOMAS ARTHUR HOGE, Industrial Arts 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

SHIRLEY MERNIECE HOLLINGSWORTH, 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Secretary and Treasurer 



Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Princeton, III. 



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Moselle 



Valparaiso, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 



SECOND ROW: 

CLYDENE HO RAN, Physical Education 

Historian ot HPER Club. 

MIMI HORCASITAS, Elementary Education 
Newman Club. 

BERNICE G. HOLSTON, Elementary Education Poplarville, Miss. 

JACQUELYN J. HUGHES, Biology Louisville 

Crown Zeelerbach Award, Freshman Counselor; Pi Kappa Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; 

SNEA; President's List; Dean's List; BSU; Committee of 100. 



THIRD ROW: 

S. HURLEY, History Biloxi 

MICHAEL RYAN HUX, Mathematics Bogue Chitto 

BSU; SNEA. 

BARBARA ANN INMAN, Business Education Mississippi 

SYLVIA ANN INGRAM, Executive Secretarial Studies Jackson 



FOURTH ROW: 

KENNIE KEYES IVY, Business Education Raleigh 

ANDREW B. JACKSON, Recreation Petal 

JANICE MAY JAMES, Elementary Education Newton 

CHARLOTTE ANN JOHNSON, Library Science Pensacola, Fla. 

FIFTH ROW: 

JANIE NAN JOHNSON, Elementary Education Tylertown 

LINDA KAY JOHNSON, Elementary Education Omaha, Neb. 

BETTY LOUISE JOHNSON, KA, Business Education Pascagoula 

Show Group; Dixie Darling, Officer; Dean's List; Chaplain of Kappa Delta; 

SNEA; BSU. 

DANIEL PATRICK JONES, History Pensacola, Fla. 



SIXTH ROW: 

HELEN CECELIA JONES, Psychology Raymond 

KATHY PRISCILLA JONES, Elementary Hattiesburg 

TANYA ANNA JONES, Biology Meridian 

President of Dormitory; Women's Affairs Board. 

CHARLENE B. JORDAN, Elementary Education Gulfport 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JOSEPH MICHAEL JORDAN, Industrial Technology Ellisville 
Industrial Education Club. 

JOSEPH ALAN KIERONSKI, History ChiFago, III. 

Yellow Jackets; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Dean's List; Distinguished 
Military Student. 

EMPRESS GLORIA KILPATRICK, KA, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
President of Pledge Class; Honor Pledge; Valentine Queen, 2nd alternate; 1st 
USM; Newman Club; NEA; ' 



Senior Homecoming Maid; 



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alternate, Miss 

Dean's List. 

JOE BREWER KING, JR., Geography Laurel 

EIGHTH ROW: 

ROVENIA MAE KIRBY, English Education Gulfport 

DELORES ANN KIRKFIELD, English Summit 

LOIS GERTRUDE KITTRELL, Elementary Education Beaumont 

JOHN ALLAN KEITH, Journalism Utica 

Delta Sigma Pi; Civitan Vice President; Dean's List. 












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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



WAST ROW: 

BETTY J. KENNEDY, Elementary Education and Recreation 

Monroeville, Ala. 
JAMES KENT, Business Education Pascagoula 

SANDRA HOWELL KEY, Elementary Education Southaven 

GARY MICHAEL KNIGHT, History Union 



SECOND ROW: 

MARIA MONTIETH KNIPPEYS, Elementary Education 

Tylertown 
University Singers; BSF Officer; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; SNEA. 

EVA M. KRAME, Elementary Education Gulfport 

SNEA; BSU; Dorm Officer. 

VOLLIS WILLIAM LACK, Architecture Terry 

JANET GALE LADNER, Business Education Gulfport 



THIRD ROW: 

PAUL DOUGLAS LADNIER, Office Management Gulfport 

Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer; Executive Officer, Southern Rifles; Dean's List; 

Wesley Foundation. 

BARBARA NELL LaFRANCE, Elementary Education Long Beach 

PHYLLIS M. LAND, Library Science Winona 

HELEN KLEIN LANDRUM, Library Science Laurel 



FOURTH ROW: 

BETSY G. LEE, Library Science Shivers 

SNEA; BSU; BSF. 

RACHEL ELAINE LEE, Business Education Lucedale 

JAMES U. LEUENBERGER, Biology Gulfport 

BETTYE KANE LEWIS, Executive Secretarial Studies Jackson 



FIFTH ROW: 

BRENDA WOMBLE LEWIS, History Louisville 

Dean's List; BSU. 
WALTER JOHN LEWIS, History Evansville, Ind. 

LaCELLE FRANCES LIVINGSTON, English Jackson 

SNEA; Lambda lota Tau. 

SHERRY ANNETTE LONG, Elementary Education Long Beach 
SNEA; Alpha Lambda Delta. 



SIXTH ROW: 

ETHEL RAE LOTT, Elementary Education Collins 

PATTI W. LOTT, Psychology Jackson 

WILLIS HULON LOTT, Biology Seminary 

LAVERNE THAMES LOWERY, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 



SEVENTH ROW: 

BERTHA VAN LOWRY, Recreation Hattiesburg 

FREDERICK JOHN LUSK, Elementary Education Biloxi 

SANDRA S. MALLETTE, Elementary Education Meridian 

LOUIS GEORGE MASON, History Edgewood, Md. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

CAROL MATHEWS, English Meridian 
BSU Vice President; Dorm Officer. 

WILLIAM HENRY MAY, Architecture Drafting McComb 

LINDA JEAN MELLINGER, Elementary Education Gulfport 

FAYE W. MILLER, Elementary Education Meridian ^3 





Seniors 

Education and Psychology 

FIRST ROW: 

LINDA MARIE MILLER, English Pass Christian 

MARIETTA J. MILLER, Business Education Ocean Springs 

FRANK A. MISURELLY, History Harrington Park, N.J. 

DALE KEITH MORAN, History DeLisle 



SECOND ROW: 

JOYCE ANN MORGAN, Psychology Lucedale 

Dean's List; Gamma Beta Phi. 

JUDITH GAYLE MORRIS, English and Literature Hattiesburg 
Iota Lambda Tau; President's List; Dean's List; NEA. 

IN A JOAN MOSS, Business Education Laurel 

CAROL WEIR MURPHEY, *M, English Newton 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Druid; Phi Mu, Song Leader, Treasurer; University 

Singers. 



THIRD ROW: 

VENN A J. MURRAY, Elementary Education Bogue Chitto 

WILLIAM ERNEST MURRAY, History Natchez 

REBECCA MYRICK, Elementary Education Chickasaw, Ala. 
University Orchestra; USM Singers; Dorm Officer; SNEA. 

MATTIE LEE McALISTER, Library Science Hattiesburg 



FOURTH ROW: 

SANDRA ANNE McALISTER, Elementary Education Meridian 

ELAINE McCARTY, English Stringer 

SNEA; BSF. 

JOHN OWEN McCARY, Psychology Mobile, Ala. 

JOHN R. McCUTCHON, Psychology Bay St. Louis 

FIFTH ROW: 

LYNN FRANCES McDOWELL, Mathematics Pensacola, Fla. 
DEBORAH B. McGUIRE, Special Education McComb 

DONNA JOYCE McINTYRE, History San Francisco, Cal. 

CAROLYN ANN McMAHON, Business Education Hattiesburg 



McComb 
Student Printz. 



SIXTH ROW: 

SUZANNE MARY McLAIN , English 

Lambda Iota Tau; Young Republicans; SNEA; 

DINAH McMILLAN, HA, Special Education Carthage 

Dixie Darling; Dean's List. 

GLORIA JEAN McRAE, Elementary Education Waynesboro 

BOBBIE JEAN NASON, Elementary Education Sturgis 



SEVENTH ROW: 

SHARON ADELE NAPIER, English Collins 

ELIZAANN NEWELL, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

Pan American Students Association, Secretary. 

MAMIE DISMAKES NOBLES, English 

Dean's List. 



Hattiesburg 
Laurel 



■2.S4. 



ANDY DALE NOWELL, Psychology 

Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society, Secretary. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JUDITH GAIL NOWELL, Elementary Education Laurel 

JAMES MILTON O'DELL, Management Oxford 

GREGORY BERGE ODJAKJIAN, *KT, Elementary Education 

Summit, N.J. 
Marching Band; Phi Kappa Tau, Editor. 

REBECCA ANN OLIPHANT, Elementary Education Richton 






Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

WANDA C. ORR, Business Education Columbia 

PATRICIA ANN OKNER, Spanish Rolling Fork 

Sigma Delta Pi; Dormitory Officer; Spanish Minor Award; Dean's List. 

JERROLD STEPHEN PACKLER, Economics New Orleans 

Dean's List; USM Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun Club; Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer. 

JEAN J. PARKER, XQ, Busineess Education McComb 



SECOND ROW: 

LINDA MARIE PARRISH, Elementary Education 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Dean's List 
CAROLYN ANN PATTERSON, Library Science Meridian 

SARA KELLUM PATTEN, English Poplarville 

President's List. 
BETTIE JANE PATTERSON , IIB*, Business Education 

Port St. Joe, Fla. 



THIRD ROW: 

GEORGE L. PATTERSON, Industrial Arts Jackson 

ROBERT THOMAS PENLAND, Health and Physical Education 

Moss Point 
SARA THERES PENNINGTON, Language Disorders Columbia 
LINDA F. PETERSEN, Executive Secretarial Training Vicksburg 



FOURTH ROW: 

PATSY PAULINE PIERCE, Elementary Education Meridian 

PAMELA F. PINNIX, Elementary Education Long Beach 

SNEA. 

KATHRYN ANN POBJECKY, Biology Winter Haven 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Newman Club; Election Commission; Beta Beta Beta; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Women's Affairs Board; UAC; Dean's List; President's List; 

Vice House Chairman; Freshman Counselor. 

BETSY CAROL POGUE, Elementary Education Leland 

Dixie Darling; Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union. 



FIFTH ROW: 

BRENDA JOYCE POLK, Elementary 

RAY WILLIS POOLE, History 

MARY MURRAY POSEY, Elementary Education 

ALICE HAY POPE, Recreation 



SIXTH ROW: 



Columbia 

Natchez 

Brookhaven 

Long Beach 



HARVEY R. POST, *KT, Psychology Jackson 

BRENDA LOUISE POWER, Elementary Education 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

VICKI LYNNE PRESCOT, XV., Biology Hattiesburg 

Alpha Lambda Delta, President, Vice President; Chi Omega; Phi Delta Rho; 

Pi Kappa Pi; Beta Beta Beta; Senator; Committee of 100; Kappa Delta Pi; 

UAC; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart. 

DOUGLAS LEE PREVATTE, Industrial Arts Pensacola, Fla. 
President of Industrial Arts Association. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

SHELIA PREICHARD, AAA, English Jackson 

Secretary of SGA; President of Delta Delta Delta; Freshman Counselor: Secre- 
tary, Treasurer of Phi Delta Rho; Vice President, Kappa Delta Pi; Feature 
and Organization Editor of The Southerner. 

PAMELA ANNE PRITCHARD, IIBO, Executive Secretarial 

Studies Cudahy, Wis. 

DELORA EILEEN RAINWATERS, Elementary Education 

Mobile, Ala. 
SUSAN MARIE RASMUSSEN, English Greenville 

UAC; Newman Club; SNEA; Delta Zeta, Historian, Rush Recommendation 
Chairman; Pledge Social Chairman. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

LESTER HARVEY REAGAN, Mathematics 
MARY JOHN REDMAN, Chemistry 
BARBARA ANN REID, Library Science 
PATRICIA JO REID, English 



Sandy Hook 

Seminary 

Wiggins 

Monticello 



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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 

FIRST ROW: 

BARBARA GAYLE RHEA, Elementary Education Gulf port 

Officer, Wesley Foundation; SNEA. 

LINDA KATE RHODES, English Indianola 

CAROLYN JO RICE, English St. Petersburg, Fla. 

MOUISE THOMAS RICHARDS, History Biloxi 



SECOND ROW: 

FRED THOMAS RICHARDSON, Psychology Laurel 

President, Psi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

GEORGE WALLACE RICHARDSON, History Meridian 

MYRA L. RICHARDSON, ASA, English Hattiesburg 

SANDRA L. RICKNER, English Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

FRANCES JOSEPHINE RISHER, Business Education Morton 
Dean's List; Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi; Wesley Foundation. 

ROY LAVERNE RITCHEY, Recreation Gulf port 

GLENDA FLOYDE ROBBINS, Elementary Carson 

ANNETTE ROBERTS, Elementary Education Leaksville 

FOURTH ROW: 

MARY E. ROBERTSON, History Columbia 

Baptist Student Union, Officer; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; SNEA. 

SHERRY LYNN ROBERTSON, Elementary Education Liberty 

NORMAN LEROY ROCHE, Industrial Management 

Bogalusa, La. 

ROBERT LOWELL ROE, Psychology Vicksburg 



FIFTH ROW: 

ALICIA E. ROGERS, Mathematics Monticello 

Dean's List. 

MARTHA ANN ROSE, Business Education Grenada 

CATHLEEN A. RUEBSAMEN, English Vicksburg 

Dean's List; SNEA. 

ANN CAROLYN RUNNELS. Business Education Magee 

BSU; SNEA; Dean's List. 



SIXTH ROW: 

ROY RUSHING, Physical Education 

Rho Eta Sigma. 



Alpha 



Brookhaven 

Gautier 
Lambda Delta; 

Foxworth 

NOAILLES SARPHIE, AAA, Executive Secretary Hattiesburg 
Treasurer of Panhellenic; Panhellenic Delegate for Delta Delta Delta. 



LIZZIE FAIRLEY RUSSELL, English 

President's List; Dean's List; University Singers; 
Lambda Iota Tau. 



RONALD VICTOR RUSSELL, Mathematics 



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SEVENTH ROW: 

WILBER WRIGHT SAUL, Mathematics Laurel 

DANIEL EUGENE SCOTT, Psychology Gulfport 

FRANK SLADE SCOTT, Psychology Sebeastopol 

ROSEMARY SHAW, Elementary Education Lucedale 



EIGHTH ROW: 

PATRICIA ANN SHIRLEY, Business Education Waynesboro 

DIANE SHOEMAKER, Special Education Lumberton 

HELEN ELAINE SHOEMAKER, Elementary Education 

Brooklyn 

SHIRLEY JEAN SHORROSH, Elementary Education 

Moss Point 









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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

ORIAN DAVID SHOWS, Business Teacher Education 

Tylertown 

LINDA CAROL SIGLER, Library Science Hattiesburg 

Westminster Fellowship; Southern Players. 

RAYMOND NICHOLAS SISCO, Physical Education 

Little Falls, N.J. 
ANN HOPE SKELTON, Executive Secretarial Vicksburg 



SECOND ROW: 

JOHN STAN SLADE, Industrial Technology Gulfport 

JANE CAROLYNN SMITH. English Lumberton 

MARY CATHERINE SMITH, Physical Education and Health 

Morgantown 
KENNETH EARL SMITH, Elementary Education Brookhaven 



THIRD ROW: 

JERRY EUGENE SMITH, Health, Recreation and Physical 
Education Brandon 

TAMARA GREER SMITH, KA, Elementary Education 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Westminster Fellowship; Dormitory President; Spirit Committee; VAC- Vice 

President KD Pledge Class. 
JANE SMITH, History Poplar ville 

DOMENICA L. SODERQUIST, Business Education Bascom, Fla. 



FOURTH ROW: 

P. DARBY SOWELL, Psychology Jackson 

NELL SHENA SPENCE, English Picayune 

Lambda lota Tau; SNEA. 
PAULETTE STEWART, Mathematics Meridian 

Dean's List. 

PRISCILLA LOUISE STILES, History Mobile, Ala. 

Chairman Spirit Committee. 



FIFTH ROW: 

ED WIN A MARIE STILES, History Natchez 

EMMA JEAN STRICKLER, Elementary Education Pascagoula 

PEGGY BROCK STRINGER, Elementary Education 

Tylertown 
Dean's List. 

NELL MARTHA STRINGFELLOW, Elementary Education 

Lucedale 



SIXTH ROW: 

WILLIAM L. STROHM, IIKA, Psychology Grenada 

Pledge Trainer, Music Director, Pi Kappa Alpha; Secretary, Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia; Rho Eta Sigma: Psi Chi: Proctor: Assistant and Head Resident; 
Yellow Jackets; Wesley Foundation; USM Concert Band and Symphony 

Orchestra; Pride; Dean's List; President's List. 
ALFRED MIMS STUBBS, Physical Education Collins 

ROBIE SULLIVAN, Elementary Education Mendenhall 

SYLVIA McLENDON SYKES, Business Education Shubuta 



SEVENTH ROW: 

BENNIE LYNN TAYLOR, Architectural Drafting Van Cleave 

BARRY W. TEWIS, KS, Special, Pre-Medical Ackerman 

ROY DWIGHT THAGGARD, Library Science Madden 

ESTA NELL THOMPSON, Elementary Education Meridian 



EIGHTH ROW: 

ZILPHIA JESSIE THORN, Business Education Gulfport 

CHARLES RICHARD TINSLEY, Sociology Mississippi City 

MARY LYNN TODARD, Elementary Education Biloxi 

Dean's List; Election Commission. 

PATRICIA ANN TORJUSEN, Business Education Gulfport 



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Seniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

DANIEL FORD TURNAGE, Industrial Arts Sandy Hook 

HUGHLAN JAMES TYLER, History Fort Myers, Fla. 

NANCY DIANNE UPTAIN, English and Secondary Education 

Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
SHELIA McCALL UPTAIN, Elementary Education Collins 



SECOND ROW: 

BEN WALTER VAUGHN, Physical Education Pensacola, Fla. 

CAROL WADSWORTH, KA, Physical Education Prattville, Fla. 
Dixie Darling Officer; SNEA; Hyper; VAC; Dean's List. 

ROBERT JASON WALDROP, Physical Education 

Pensacola, Fla. 
ALICE FAYE WALKER, Business Education Magee 



THIRD ROW: 

HERMAN CECIL WALKER, Mathematics Sumrall 

WENDELL EDWARDS WALKER, *KI\ Physical Education 

Forest 
VIRGINIA DARE WALLACE, Business Education Jackson 

EVAN EUGENE WALLE, Physical Education New Orleans, La. 



FOURTH ROW: 

ALICE FAYE WALLER, History Hattiesburg 

LYNDA KAY WALLEY, Speech Pathology Richton 

ALVON A. WALTMAN, Health and Physical Education 

Pascagoula 
WILLIAM CRAIG WARREN, Industrial Arts Prentiss 



FIFTH ROW: 



Gulfport 



MARYLYN ANNE WATKINS, Library Science 

Dean's List; Dormitory Officer; BSU; Southern Players. 

KAY McLEOD WEAVER, KA, Special Education Pascagoula 

University Singers; President's and Dean s List; 2nd Alternate to Miss USM; 

Sophomore and Junior Class Secretary; Homecoming Maid; Phi Delta Rho; 

SNEA; Vice President of Kappa Delta; BSU; Top 10 and Top 20 Beauty. 

Newton 



JERRY WEBB, *KT, Recreation 
LAURA B. WEBB, English 



Dean's List. 



SIXTH ROW: 

MARGIE ALICE WEEMS, Special Education 
Wesley Foundation. 

RONALD DORMAN WELBORN, General Science 

ROBERT FORD WELFORD, Biology 
Dean's List. 
MICHAEL TAYLOR WELLS, English 



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SEVENTH ROW: 

SHARON ANN WHITLOCK, Elementary Education Collins 

LENORA ANN WILLIAMS, English Escatawpa 

Reporter, News Editor, Student Printz; Wesley Foundation; SNEA, Officer; 

Merit Scholarship. 

RONALD WILLIAM WILLS, Physics Mississippi City 

SHERRY ANN WILLOUGHBY, Elementary Education 

Meridian 



EIGHTH ROW: 

GARY JEROME WILSON, Health and Physical Education 

Tylertown 
SNEA; Hper; Intramurals. 
LEOTA ANNE WILLIAMS, Elementary Education Palatine 

Southern Players; SNEA. 
BETTY JO YAGER, Health and Physical Education Columbia 

Hper Club. 
SHERYL Da LENE YATES, Health and Physical Education 

Newfane 






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SHERRY JEAN YEAGER, Speech Pathology Pascagoula 

ANN LOUISE YORTY, Elementary Education Hatliesburg 

Dean's List; Dixie Darling; SNEA. 

OBIE S. YOUNG, *KT, Architectural Drafting Hattiesburg 



JERE A. GERARD, Elementary Education Bude 

Dean's List; President's List; Beta Beta Beta; Sigma Tau Delta; SNEA. 

LUTHER CALHOUN NEWELL, JR., English Pascagoula 

Proctor; Rho Eta Sigma; SNEA; Baptist Student Union. 



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Juniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

EUGENIA RAE ADAMS, Elementary Education 

Summit 
PHILIP CLINE AINSWORTH, Mathematics Jayess 
F. DIANE ALLEN, Elementary Education Mize 

CAROLYN PATRICIA ANDERSON, Elementary 

Education Gulfport 

MARGARET ELISE ANDERSON, AEA, English 

Falls Church, Va. 

SECOND ROW: 

LINDA MARIE ANDREACCHIS, History Meridian 
JANICE L. ARCHER, Psychology Long Beach 

JUNE JACOJJLYN BAILEY, English Newton 

JAMES V. BANKSTON, Psychology Laurel 

MARGARET FLORENCE BARRON, Elementary 

Education Atmore, Ala. 

THIRD ROW: 

SANDRA KAY BAUGHMAN, Library Science Laurel 
CAROLE ANN BAYLIS, IIB<t>, Speech Therapy Prentiss 
RUTH TRAY LOR BAXTER, Elementary Education 

Sumrall 
SHIRLEY ANN BEARD, English Morton 

BEVERLY ANN BEATTY, Education Pulask 

FOURTH ROW: 

BAXTER LEE BEAVERS, IIKA, Industrial Arts 

Morton 
CURT HJALMAR BERG, 2AE, Industrial Arts 

Wilmette 
LINDA KAY BIGLANE, Recreation Natchez 

GLORIA YVONNE BILBO, History Jackson 

JERRY LAMAR BLUEKWELL, Industrial Arts 

Jackson 

FIFTH ROW: 

LUELLEN ELIXABETH BOGGAN, Elementary 

Education Lucedale 

DANNY L. BONNETT, Physical Education 

Montgomery, Ala. 
PAULETTE BOONE, Clinical Psychology Laurel 

ESTHER LORRAINE BOWEN, Elementary Education 

Gulfport 
BECKY BOWLING, AAA, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 

SIXTH ROW: 

ANN KELLY BOYLES, Elementary Education Raleigh 

LINDA FAYE BOZEMAN, Physical Education 

Tylertown 
RODNEY CLYDE BRELAND, Architectural Drafting 

Meridian 
DIANA DELL BREWER, Library Science Bay Springs 
SHIRLEY ANN BREWER, Business Education 

Moss Point 

SECOND ROW: 

LINDA GALE BROOKS, Business Education 

Slidell, La. 
ELLAN RAY BROWN, Mathematics Magee 

JOYCE MARIE BROWN, Elementary Florence 

MARY ELLEN BROWN, English Jackson 

YVONNE CAROL BROYLES, Library Science 

Magnolia 

EIGHTH ROW: 

ERNEST EVERETT BRYAN, Psychology Decatur 

JANET BRYANT, Executive Secretarial Studiees 

Crystal Springs 
JOHN THOMAS BRYANT, Political Science Laurel 
KENNETH BRYANT, Physical Therapy Hattiesburg 
WILBUR DAVID BUCKLEY, History Bay Springs 

NINTH ROW: 

CECILIA ANN BULLOCK, Elementary Education 

Laurel 
LINDA SUE BURGEIS. Elementary Education Jackson 
BETTYE ELIZABETH BURNETT, Elementary 

Education Smithdale 

LAVERNE BURNETT, Elementary Education 

New Orleans, La. 
BOB K. BURNS, Management Philadelphia 









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Education and Psychology 



FIRST RO W.- 
MAX DALE BUSH, Physical Education Laurel 
REX DEAN BUSH, History Laurel 
PATRICIA LYNN BYRNES, Special Education 

Hattiesburg 
SARAI ANN CANFIELD, Elementary Education 

Collins 

SECOND ROW: 

TOMMY SUE CARNEY, KA, Elementary Education 

Crystal Springs 
PATRICIA ANN CASE, Business Education Brookhaven 
WAYNE PRESTON CATLETT, Speech Education 

Meridian 
DIANN CHEEKS, Physical Education Ellisville 

JOANNE CHEEKS, Physical Education Ellisville 

DELMA MARGARET CHESNEY, Elementary 

Education Little Rock, Ark. 

THIRD ROW: 

GARLAND STEPHEN CHILDERS, 2AE, Physical 

Education Coleman, Via. 

ANN CHRISTOPHER, Elementary Education Forrest 
CAROLE ELLEN CLARKSON, Physical Education 

Poplar Bluff, Mo. 
ERNESTINE CLAUNCH, Special Education Natchez 
JAMES W. CLIBURN, Physical Education Mendenhall 

FOURTH ROW: 

BUDDIE GRADEA COBB, Business Education 

Meridian 
JAMES DA VID COBB, Physical Education Wiggins 

FREEMAN MARTIN COCHRAN, Psychology 

Carthage 
SHARON VIRGINIA COCKRELL, English Raleigh 
D WIGHT F. COLLINS, English Laurel 

FIFTH ROW: 

JEAN CAROLE COMBS, English Mobile 

CAROLYN FRANCIS COOK, Elementary Education 

Decatur 
SHIRLEY REBECCA COOK, Special Education 

Utica 
MELVIN DERWOOD COWAN, History Gulfport 

EMILY JANE COX, Library Science Durant 

SIXTH ROW: 

JUSTINE ANN COX, Special Education Pascagoula 

RAYMOND JOSEPH COX, Elementary Education 

Biloxi 
ELIZABETH FELDER CRAFT, Elementary Education 

Summit 
WANDA CRAFT, English Nettleton 

JUDY DIANN CULPEPPER, English Macon 

SEVENTH ROW: 

MARION G. CURRY, Architecture Drafting 

Mobile, Ala. 
CHERYL Q. CYR, Psychology Norfolk, Va. 

JAMES E. DALEY, Architectural Designing Jackson 
SANDRA J. D'ANGELO, History Gulfport 

ELIZABETH MARY DART, Elementary Education 

Biloxi 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JANET JEAN DAVIS, Elementary Education 

Marianna, Fla. 
MARSHALL RAY DAVIS. Social Sciences Ruth 

TO MM IE LOUISE DAVIS, KA, Physical Education 

Laurel 
VIOLET DAVIS, History Moselle 

CHERYL MAY DAWLSINS, Elementary Education 

Union 

NINTH ROW: 

CYNTHIA JEAN DEES, Physical Education 

Van Cleve 
BETTY DeMOUILLE, History Okolona 

DOROTHY JEAN DEWITT, English Meridian 

PATRICIA ROCHE DOAN, Elementary Education 

Picayune 
PHYLLIS KAY DuBOSE, Elementary Education 

Jackson 






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Juniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

ELLEN GAYLE DUN AW AY, Business Education 

Foxworth 
RUTH IE MAE DUNCAN, Elementary Education 

Marianna, Fla. 
DONALD B. DUNGAN, History Vicksburg 

DANNY LYNN DYKES, Mathematics Monticello 

JOANNE FRANCES DYKES, Elementary Education 

Bay Springs 

SECOND ROW: 

DEIDRA EASTERLING, Elementary Education 

Bogalusa 
ELIZABETH ANN EDWARDS, AZ, Elementary 

Education Meridian 

ANN MARY ELLZEY, AAA, Elementary Education 

Laurel 
WANDA GAYLE ESTESS, Library Science Magnolia 
ALICE ROWENA EURE, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 

THIRD ROW: 

BETTYE ANN EZELL, Business Education Union 

LINDELL WILSON EZELL, Recreation Decatur 

SANDRA ANN FAGGERT, Elementary Education 

Heidelberg 
RITA SUZANNE FLETCHER, 222, Business Education 

Huntsville 
LINDA ANN FORTEN BERRY, Elementary Education 

Tylertown 

FOURTH ROW: 

WILLIAM TENNEL FORT EN BERRY, History 

Sumrall 
CAROLYN RAINWATER FOIL, English Hattiesburg 
MAMIE ELEANOR FORTE, Elementary Education 

Poplarville 
SANDRA LYNN FORSMARK, Physical Education 

Jackson 
LINDA KAY FRENCH, History Gulf port 

FIFTH ROW: 

JULIA ELIZABETH FRY, Mathematics Fairhope, Ala. 

BETTY CAROLYN GARNER, Elementary Education 

New Hebron 
JAMES WILLIAM CANDY, Architectural Drafting 

Laurel 
HATTIE BURKS GENTRY, Elementary Education 

Poplarville 
WILLIAM RHODES GILMORE III, History Jackson 

SIXTH ROW: 

PATRICIA DIANE GOLDMAN, Elementary Education 

Mobile, Ala. 
SONY A EILEEN GOODWIN, Elementary Education 

Picayune 
GARY WAYNE GORE, Physical Education Sumrall 
LANA CAROLE GRAFTON, Elementary Education 

Laurel 
CHARLOTTE E. GRAHAM, Physical Education 

Linden, Ala. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

CHERYL ELAINE GRAHAM, Elementary Education 

Laurel 
GLORIAN JANET GRAHAM, Elementary Education 

Stringer 
SARA GENE GREEN, History Mobile, Ala. 

REBECCA JANE HAILEY, Business Education 

Gholson 
MARY NEILL HALL, Elementary Education Magee 

EIGHTH ROW: 

BONNIE SUE HALL, Physical Education Magnolia 

PHYLLIS ANNETTE HAND, Special Education 

Newton 
DON L. HANNA, Physical Education Laurel 

CHARLES DONAUON HARRIS, Industrial Technology 

Hattiesburg 
DANNA CHRISTINE HARRIS, Psychology Jackson 

NINTH ROW: 

JAN IE KAYE HARRIS, Elementary Education 

Decatur 
RAYMOND LARRY HAVENS, Science Education 

Laurel 
ELIZABETH HESTER HEATH, AAA, Elementary 

Education Baton Rouge, La. 

ELAINE ANN H EIDER, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
SHELIA DIANE HEMBREE, Elementary Education 

Terry 









Juniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST RO W.- 
ANN SHERRIE HENDERSON, Elementary Education 

Richton 
CAROLYN ANN HENDERSON, Elementary Education 

Laurel 
PATRICIA ANN HICKS, Recreation Pascagoula 

MARCIA ANN HIRE, IIB*, Elementary Education 

Ocean Springs 
ROMONIA ANN HODA, English Pass Christian 

SECOND ROW: 

ERNEST LARRY HOOD, History Ellisville 

NORMAN WILSON HOLLINGSWORTH, Physical 

Education Decatur 

SUSAN VERHIE HOLLINGSWORTH, Elementary 

Education Carthage 

CLARA ELIZABETH HOWARD, History Picayune 
MURREL RALPH HOWARD, Mathematics Ellisville 

THIRD ROW: 

CHERYL ROSE HOWELL, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
BILLY BARNEY ISHEE, Industrial Technology 

Laurel 
JANEY KATHLEEN JACOBS, Elementary Education 

Bay St. Louis 
CAROL ALICE J ARM, History East Hartford, Conn. 
RICHARD HOWARD JEMISON, Psychology Laurel 

FOURTH ROW: 

HAZEL REE JOHNSON, Elementary Education Soso 
DOUGLAS EUGENE JONES, Psychology Meridian 

JANET P. JONES, Xfi, Psychology Port Gibson 

JERRY RAY JONES, History Mize 

BRENDA CHERYL JORDAN, English Smithdale 

FIFTH ROW: 

JANE M. JORDAN, Business Education Waynesboro 

JANICE ELESIR JORDAN, Library Science 

Brookhaven 
SUSAN FAYE JORDAN, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
LINDA DIANE KELLICK, Speech Therapy Biloxi 

LINDA KAY KILLAN, Psychology Meridian 

SIXTH ROW: 

JO CAROLYN KILPATRICK, Elementary Education 

Indianola 
PAMELA KELLER, AZ, English New Orleans, La. 

DAVID ALLEN KEN WARD, Archituarl Drafting 

Purvis 
JOHNNIE FAYE KENNEDY, Elementary Education 

Picayune 
JUDITH MARIE KERR, Elementary Education 

St. Francisville, La. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

CAMILLE KLING, AAA, Business Education Red Lick 
MICHAEL PATRICK KUHN, Psychology Picayune 
DORIS ANN LADNIER. Business Education Gulf port 
MARLIN ROGER LADNER, Political Science DeLisle 
KAREN LAIRD, English Mobile, Ala. 

EIGHTH ROW: 

LINDA W. LANDERS, Elementary Education 

Woodville 
LINDA GAIL LANGFORD, Business Education 

Carthage 
SALLY ANN LANGLEY, Elementary Education Laurel 
MILDRED IRENE LAWSON, Elementary Education 

Osyka 
BARBARA JEAN LAWTON, Physical Education 

Northvale, N.J. 

NINTH ROW: 

RUTH JEAN LEE, Executive Secretarial Studies 

Kokomo 
GAYLE LEECH, Elementary Education Memphis, Tenn. 
IRENE ANITA LENOIR, Speech Therapy Magnolia 
LINDA H. LIGHTSEY, Spanish and History Laurel 
CURTIS VAB LIMERICK, Secondary Education 

DeKalb 



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Juniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

FRANK R. LUSK, 2AE, Industrial Arts Biloxi 

DONA MARIE MANGANO, History Gulfport 

ROBERT ESTA MARLOW, Physical Education 

Natchez 
PATRICIA MAY, Library Science Meridian 

DOROTHY ANN MENNELL, ASA, English Hattiesburg 

SECOND ROW: 

WAYNE MURRAY MERRITT, Psychology 

Orlando, Fla. 

JANICE LEAH MILLER, Elementary Education 

Bogalusa, La. 

PAULA CECILE MILLER, Elementary Education 

Woodville 

SANDRA LYNN MILLER, Library Science Collins 

PAMELA ANN MOLAISON, Physical Education 

Metairie, La. 

THIRD ROW: 

CHARLOTTE GWYN MOORE, Elementary Education 

Mobile, Ala. 
MARY SALEEN MOORE, Elementary Education 

Meridian 

VIRGINIA LORAINE MOORE, Executive Secretarial 

Studies Collinsville 

JAMES W. MORRISON, History Wiggins 

JANET LOUISE MORTON, English Gulfport 

FOURTH ROW: 

JANIE LOU MOSES, Elementary Education Lexington 

DIANE LOUISE MOSLEY, Business Education 

Vicksburg 
RETHA GAYLE MOSLEY, Elementary Education 

Daleville 
PATRICIA ANN MOSS. Special Education Soso 

BRYANT CHARLES MONTIGNY, Recreational 

Administration Southbridge, Mass. 

FIFTH ROW: 

JERRY ARTHUR MULLIS, Education 

Panama City, Fla. 
JEANNIE LARUE MURPHY, Secretarial Studies 

Grenada 
MARTHA ANN MYRICK, Business Education 

Ocean Springs 
REBECCA McALLISTER, Xfi, Business Education 

Gulfport 
CAROLYN LOUISE McCAUGHAN, Special Education 

Morton 

SIXTH ROW: 

CECILY M. McDONALD, Business Education Laurel 

MARGUERITTE ELLEN McDONNELL, IIB*, 

Executive Secretarial Studies Hattiesburg 

BETTY IWANA McGEE, Physical Education Morton 
DARDEN ALEXANDER McGLOTHLIN, Psychology 

Meridian 
BARBARA ANN McKAY, Elementary Education 

Columbus 

SEVENTH ROW: 

THELMA GRACE McKAY, Speech Pathology Sidon 

PATRICIA ANN McMULLAN, ASA, Elementary 

Education Pascagoula 

BETTY ANNE NAZARY, English Carthage 

DENNIS ALLEN NEELY, Architectural Drafting 

Jackson 
ELIZABETH G. NEILL, Elementary Education Jackson 

EIGHTH ROW: 

MARY JO NETTLES, Business Education Tylertown 
KENNETH ALEXANDER NEWMAN, Philosophy and 
Psychology Greenville 

BARRY ALLEN NOBLES, Industrial Arts Taylorsville 
LENOIR LOW NOBLES, Speech Therapy Tunica 

VALORIE ELAINE NYBO, Physical Education 

Bay St. Louis 

NINTH ROW: 

MARTHA LYNNE O'BANNON, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
BRENDA KAY OGLETREE, Xfi, Elementary Education 

McComb 
LINDA KATE OGLETREE, Xfi, Elementary Education 

McComb 
CYNTHIA SUE OVERBEY, Education and Psychology 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
194 CAROLYN PACE, Elementary Education Canton 






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Juniors 

Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

SHERRIAN EMILY PACE, Elementary Education 

Guljport 
SHIRLEY ANN PAGE, Elementary Education 

Hazelhurst 
CONNIE BETH PALMER, Elementary Education 

Crystal Springs 
VIRGINIA AGON IS PSPE, English Collins 

BRENDA LEE PARKER, Elementary Education 

Taylorsville 

SECOND ROW: 

KATHRYN ANN PARKER, English Ellisville 

THURMAN NIXON PARKES, General Science 

Conehatta 
GEORGE MARTIN PARTLOW, Special Education 

Laurel 
JACQUELINE PATRICK, Business Education Laurel 
MARY SADEL PATTEN, Elementary Education 

Tylertown 

THIRD ROW: 

DIMPLES PAY, Speech Therapy Columbia 

PAMELA C. PEDERSEN, Business Education 

Pascagoula 
REBECCA ANNE PEOPLES, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
WINK PERESICH, Elementary Education Biloxi 

TANYA PETERSON, AZ, Elementary Education 

Meridian 

FOURTH ROW: 

CHARLES EDWARD PIERCE, Psychology Lucedale 
JAMIE LYNN PITT MAN, History Jackson 

BRENDA JOYCE PLAISANCE, Elementary Education 

Biloxi 
EARL PLITT, JR., Physical Education Woodville 

KATHI POOLE, Elementary Education Ocean Springs 

FIFTH ROW: 

JAMES BARROWS PORTWOOD, Psychology 

Gulfport 
BARBARA LOUISE PORCH, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
BONNEY MARKETTE POREMSKI, Elementary 

Education Ocean Springs 

PATRICIA E. PRESCOTT, ASA, Elementary Education 

Memphis, Tenn. 
WILLIAM OTIS PRESLEY, Industrial Technology 

Louisville 

SIXTH ROW: 

WANDA FLORECE RATCLIFF, English Natchez 

JOY WEST RAW SON, Library Science Leakesville 

JUDY LYNN RAY, Psychology Natchez 

CAROLYN ANN REED, Library Science Biloxi 

MARTHA ELIZABETH REID, Elementary Education 

Heidelberg 

SEVENTH ROW: 

JOHN PHILLIP RENOT, Industrial Arts Wiggins 

MIRIAM STROUD RESTER, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
LINDA ORENE RHOADES, Elementary Education 

Meridian 
FAYE WANDA RICHARDSON, Speech Therapy 

Rolling Fork 
MICKY GWYNN RIGBY, Speech Education 

Atmore, Ala. 

EIGHTH ROW: 

CONNIE LOU RILEY, XO, Sociology Jackson 

MARY MARSHA RILEY, Executive Secretarial 

Monticello 
BEN RISHER, Elementary Education Meridian 

REBECCA ANN RIVERS, Elementary Education 

Union 
GLENDA ROBERTS, Elementary Education Richton 

NINTH ROW: 

JANICE CAROLYN ROBERTS, Elementary Education 

Van Cleave 
MARY ALICE ROBERTSON , Business Education 

Hattiesburg 
JUDITH FAYE RODNEY, Elementary Education 

Greenville 
HARRY MARTIN ROGAN. Education Gulfport 

JAMES ROY ROGERS, History Ellisville 



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Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

ROBLYN HURST ROLLINGS, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
PAT J. ROSHTO, History Hattiesburg 

MARGUERITE P. ROUSE, Elementary Education 

Wiggins 
GLORIA ELLEN RUDISILL, English Natchez 

ARLYN RUSSELL, Secretarial Science Hattiesburg 

SECOND ROW: 

IRIS ORUSILLA SANDERS, Elementary Education 

Forest 
JEWEL DEAN SANDERFORD, Elementary Education 

Shannon 
PAUL FRANCIS SARRAZIN, Physical Education 

Leeds 
GWEN SEAL, Elementary Education Tylertown 

KAREN J. SEAL, Elementary Education Picayune 

THIRD ROW: 

MICHAEL JOSEPH SCARBOROUGH, Business 

Education Biloxi 

LINDA CAROL SENFTEN, Business Education 

Moselle 
RUTH ANN SHELTON, ASA, Business Education 

Jackson 
RONNIE S. SHIVERS, Industrial Arts Prentiss 

HARRIET S. SIEGAL, Business Education Hattiesburg 

FOURTH ROW: 

GLEN A KAY SIMPSON, Elementary Education 

Centreville 
FRANKIE A. SKINNER, Elementary Education 

Union 
RICHARD RONALD SKINNER, English Gulfport 
VIRGINIA ANN SMITH, Mathematics Picayune 

MARGARET CAROLYN SMITH, Office Management 

Hazelhurst 

FIFTH ROW: 

JOEL EUGENE SMITH, Biology Brookhaven 

BILLY GENE SMITH, Elementary Education 

Conehatta 
JOE HUGHIE SMITH, Industrial Technology Carthage 
SYLVIA JANE SMITH, XI), Elementary Education 

Brookhaven 
JIMMIE JANELLE SMITH, Physical Education 

Moselle 

SIXTH ROW: 

REGINA J. SPIERS, English Picayune 

EVA E. STANFORD, Business Education Picayune 

EVA MAE STEWART, English Long Beach 

MARY LaNELLE STUBBLEFIELD, Business Education 

Biloxi 
CHARLOTTE LEE STURN, Elementary Education 

Magee 

SEVENTH ROW: 

MARGY ANN STURRMP, Special Education Forest 

VERONICA FAYE STWART, Elementary Education 

Waynesboro 
OREON HUGHES TABB, Architure Mobile, Ala. 

SUSAN REGINA TAYLOR, Elementary Education 

Hattiesburg 
ROSE MARIE THOMAS, Business Education 

Yazoo City 

EIGHTH ROW: 

RUBY NELL THORTON, Elementary Education 

Raleigh 
EDWARD DEE THURMAN, English New Hebron 

JERRY KENT TOPP, Corrective Therapy Laurel 

PATRICIA ALICE TOWLER, Elementary Education 

Natchez 
JANE ELIZABETH TOWN SEND, Health and 

Physical Education Moselle 

NINTH ROW: 

MARY VIRGINIA TRASK, KA, Elementary Education 

Centreville 
PATRICIA ANN TRUNETT, English Union 

HAROLD LYNN TURNER, History Conehatta 

JO EVELYN TURNER, Elementary Education Florence 
JOANNE TURNER, Sociology Newton 






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Education and Psychology 



FIRST ROW: 

JACKIE NITCHELL UPTON, Industrial Technology 

Bay Springs 
SHERRY JUDITH VALENTINE, Elementary 

Education Laurel 

LUCILLE ALICE VARNADO, Speech Pathology 

Magnolia 
THEA VINSON, Special Education Petal 

PEGGY SUE WADDELL, Elementary Education 

Heidelberg 

SECOND ROW: 

ANN V. WADE, Business Education Newton 

HOPE THOMPSON WAITE, Elementary Education 

Vicksburg 
J AN IE LOU WAITS, Business Education Biloxi 

DONNA MARIE WARD, History Pensacola 

FAYE CAROLYN WADE, Elementary Education 

Raleigh 

THIRD ROW: 

ANNETTE WEAVER, Elementary Education Gholson 
KATHY WEBB, *M, Elementary Education 

Ocean Springs 
PENELOPE FRANNA WEBB, English Chipley 

JOHNNIE FAYE WEDGEWORTH, Library Science 

Laurel 
BARBARA ELLEN WEISS, ASA, Physical Education 

Ellis ville 

FOURTH ROW: 

CAROLYN MICHAEL WELLS, Psychology Meridian 
SARAH ELLA WELLS, Executive Studies Laurel 

CAROL HART WENTWORTH, Xfi, Special Education 

Hattiesburg 
JAMES MARION WESTBROOK, Physical Education 

Jackson 
DOROTHY J. WHITAKER, Business Education 

Jackson 

FIFTH ROW: 

CLINTON DEVERNA WHITE, Elementary Education 

Magee 
MARY FRANCES WHITE, Elementary Education 

Jackson 
THEATA CAROL WHITE, Business Education 

Silverhilt, Ala. 
SIDNEY WHITE, Industrial Technology Lake 

JESSE ENGENE WHITTINGTON, Recreation 

Brookhaven 

SIXTH ROW: 

DON WILLIAMS WILKINSON, Recreation McComb 
BILLY WILLIAMS, Health and Physical Education 

Chipley, Fla. 
SHIRLEY ANN WILLIAMS, Elementary Education 

McComb 
JoANN WILLIAMSON. Business Education Lucedale 
WILSON HUBERT WILSON, Industrial Technology 

Pensacola, Fla. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

MARTHA ANN WILSON, Library Science Bailey 

ROGER P. WISE, Psychology Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

TOMMIE JEAN WOLVERTON, Elementary Education 

Philadelphia 
DONNIS FAYE WOOD, Elementary Education 

Tylertown 
HENRY CARL ZIZZI, JR., Physical Education 

Natchez 



EIGHTH ROW: 

MARILYN J. SKRMETTA, XQ, Recreation 



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FIRST ROW: 

SPENCER L. BAILEY, Physical Education Hattiesburg 

RICHARD ANTHONY BUTLER, Health and Physical Education 

Natchez 



SECOND ROW: 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH DIXON, Psychology Hazelhurst 

SUSAN WHAN DOAN, Secretarial Training Carriere 

THIRD ROW: 

JODIE LYNN HAMMOND, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

LINDA FAYE MOSELEY, Elementary Education Clara 

FOURTH ROW: 

RAMONA McMICHAEL, Business Education Hattiesburg 

PEGGY ALL PRINCE, Physical Education Mize 

FIFTH ROW: 

BRENDA ANN WHITE, Business Education Picayune 

NORMAN ANNE WRIGHT, Elementary Education Hattiesburg 



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USM HPER CLUB—SEATED: Dale Bush, Barbara Lawton, 
Treasurer; Betty Melton, Secretary; Sandra Blackwell, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Denie Horan, Historian; Valorie Nybo, President; Wayne 



Wade. STANDING: Pam Molaison, Jim McAvady, Iwana Mc- 
Gree, Jimmie Smith, Linda Beasely, Jane Townseend, Joanne 
Cheeks, Nancy Goettman, Diane Cheeks. 






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The HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND 
RECREATION CLUB, which was formed in the 
fall of 1966, resulted from a merger of the Women's 
Physical Education Club and the Co-Ed 
Recreation and Health Club. 

The organization unites those of related majors and 
common interests, sponsors intercollegiate athletic 
competition, as well as intracollegiate games such 
as a basketball game between the Women's Varsity 
team and the M Club seniors. The members have 
heard an address by an Olympic Medal winner, 
and last year held a departmental picnic where 
they honored two outstanding faculty members: 
Miss Marianne Brown and Dr. Robert McDavid. 




1 1 has been the desire of the School of 
FINE ARTS to combine the high standards 
of performance characteristic of art studio, 
the conservatory, and legitimate stage, 
while maintaining the scholarly approach to 
art, music, and theatre typical of the 
academically oriented university, the 
proficiency in pedagogical skills and education 
research associated with leading teacher 
training institutions, as well as rendering 
service to the university, local and 
state communities. 

Art, music and theatre have been integral 
parts of every culture and are therefore 
included in the great traditions which 
the University seeks to cultivate. The School 
of Fine Arts performs the following basic 
functions: cultural contributions, research 
and creative activities, instruction, and 
service to the student body, the University 
of Southern Mississippi, the community 
and the state. 

The entire campus is able to enjoy the 
programs of the School of Fine Arts: art 
exhibits, faculty recitals, opera productions, 
and band, choral, and orchestra concerts. 




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Joy Ann Allen 
Charles Ambrose 
Paul D. Anderson 
Frances Benner 
Hugh Birmingham 
Mary Campbell 
Norbert A. Carnovale 
John R. Donohue 
Dr. Alan Drake 



Larry Felty 
Dr. David Foltz 
Albert E. Gower, Jr. 
Dr. William Gower 
Dr. Gilbert Hartwig 
Robert D. Hays 
Roger Hill 
Sherman Hong 
Joseph Huck 



George Imbragulio 
Raoul F. Jerome 
Sharon Lebsack 
Dr. Walter Lok 
Helen J. McDonald 
Theodore Madsen 
Dr. Karl Neumann 
Eugene L. Pollock 
Dr. Larry Zillmer 



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The USM ORCHESTRA and CONCERT BAND 

are an important part of the Hattiesburg community as 
well as the University. The excellence of all Southern's 
bands is recognized and accepted gratefully. A bit 
of culture— an oasis in the desert are these individuals 
who practice and excell in their endeavor and who 
bring enjoyment to their many listeners. 

The U.S.M. DANCE BAND regularly entertains at 
such special functions such as the Jeanne Dixon show and 
the Military Ball. This group of musicians excells in every 
form of music from Big Band Dance music to modern 
Jazz. They are easy to listen to, great to dance to, 
and— especially when one of them performs a solo— a 
joy to watch. 



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The UNIVERSITY SINGERS are a well 
traveled and experienced group of talented college 
students. They have appeared with the New Orleans 
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in New Orleans, 
and the Mobile Philharmonic in Mobile, 



and they have traveled on tour to Charleston 
West Virginia. Two of its members, Mildred Sterling 
and Joe Miller, have won many honors. Mildred 
won first place in the regional Metropolitan Opera 
contest and Joe took second place. 



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SOUTHERN PLAYERS, student dramatic organization, 
is not restricted to student majoring in theater. 
The interested student first becomes an apprentice. 
After working in various phases of theater production, 
he then becomes eligible for full membership. 
Southern Players and Alpha Psi Omega, in cooperation 
with the staff of the Theater Department, 
sponsor all regular season productions. 
During open house, Southern Players presented 
guests with an overall view of the activities involved 
in theater, and concluded the evening 
with refreshments and fine entertainment. 





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FRONT ROW: Mrs. Mary Ellis, Lucilla Garrett, Vice-President; 
Cecilia Lewis, Secretary; Robert Lowe, President; Beth Hudson. 



SECOND ROW: Dr. Gilbert Hartwig, Everette Nez, James Gar- 
rett, Dr. Lawrence Zillmer. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA is the largest national honorary dramatics fraternity 

in the world. The Lambda Nu Cast was formed on Southern's campus in 1949. 

Students who have participated in many productions and achieved 

an outstanding degree of excellence are eligible for membership. Alpha 

Psi Omega, in cooperation with the Theatre Department and Southern 

Players, sponsors all regular season productions. 



In 1966 The SCHOOL OF FINE 
ARTS sponsored the largest Summer 
Theatre program yet offered at 
the University of Southern 
Mississippi. Four musicals and six 
plays were presented. Southern 
Summer Theatre, student summer 
stock theatre — operating for the 
eighth consecutive season — presented 
"Riverwind," "The Gazebo," "The 
Rainmaker," "The Happy Time," 
"Catch Me If You Can," "Send 
Me No Flowers," and "Never 
To Late." Summer Musical 
Theatre, for its first full-length 
season, presented "The Sound of 
Music," "Annie Get Your Gun," 
and "The Music Man." 




"Annie Get Your Gun" — The happy finale 
shows the merging of the great wild west shows 
with Buffalo Bill and Mildred Sterling as Dolly 
Tate. 



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"Send Me No Flowers" — Lucille Garrett, as Mrs. 
Akins, sells "eternal rest on the easy payment plan" 
to the unprepared John Hammons, playing George 
Kimball, ivho erroneously believes he is going to die. 



"Catch Me If You Can" — Danny Corban (special guest 
Stocker Fontelieu, Executive Director of Le Petit Theatre 
du Vieux Carre) grimaces as he prepares to receive truth 
serum from Inspector Levine (John Hammons) as Eliza- 
beth Corban (Carol Russell) looks on, wondering what 
the results will be. 




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"The Rainmaker" — Bill Starbuck (Jim Garrett, center) be- 
gins his rain dance as members of the Curry family watch. 



"Riverwind" — Virginia (Dana Austin) is so surprised when 
lover Burt (Phil Minyard) finally pops the question that she 
literally drops everything. 




"The Happy Time" — Maman (Barbara Jones, center) 
is furious when she finds her son, Bibi, wearing garters 
which his uncle has collected at a burlesque house. 




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FRONT ROW: John Warren, Wayne Murphy, Doug Graham, 
Treasurer; Hale Byrd, Pfesident; Naz Rhodes, Secretary; Bill Dol- 
larhide, Vice-President; Charles Gemeinhardt. SECOND ROW: 



KAPPA KAPPA PSI is a national honorary 

band fraternity. Its primary objectives are to 

promote the existence and welfare of college 

bands, to cultivate a wholesome respect for their 

activities and achievements, and to honor 

outstanding bandsmen through privilege of 

membership extended as a regard for technical 

achievement and appreciation for the best in music. 



Tom Fraschillo, Mike Henderson, Gerald Dickerson, Jim Birdsong, 
Neal Tidwell, Bob Steele, Lin Cote. 



TAU BETA SIGMA is a national honorary 
fraternity for bandswomen. Beta Kappa Chapter is 
an honored one, having recently received an 
Outstanding Achievement Trophy. These women do 
service to the university as they perform in the 
Marching Band, and in Wind Ensemble 
and Concert Bands. 



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FRONT ROW: Wayne E. Murphy, Tom Fraschillo, Treasurer; 
Jim Barnett, President; Charles McGahey, Secretary; Bob Hub- 
bard, Vice-President; Kenneth A. Newman. SECOND ROW: 
Charles Nelms, Bill Dollarhide, Mike Jordan, Robert Steele, Jim 



Wittman, Bill Gower, Thomas Backus. THIRD ROW: Daniel Hill, 
Earl Fox, Michael Pickett, Wilford Hale Byrd, Starkey Kean, 
Dennis Bailey, Neal Tidwell, Gerald Dickerson. 



PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA is a national professional music fraternity. 
Its main purpose is to advance the cause of music in America by forming 
a working brotherhood of professional musicians and students of music. 
Eta Phi Chapter is open to outstanding music majors 
and minors who have a 2.5 or higher average. 



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Graduates 

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JOHN WAYNE MILLER, Music Education Uniontown, Pa. 

JUDY FORD MILLER, Music Education Massillon, Ohio 

HARRY E. SPELL, IIKA, Voice Hattiesburg 

Seniors 

Fine Arts 

FIRST RO W.- 
REBECCA ELLEN ANDERSON. Music Education Forest 
Pride of Mississippi; USM Concert Band; USM Orchestra; University Singers; 
Mu Phi Epsilon; Tau Beta Sigma. 

JOHN DAVID BAKER, Drawing and Painting Gulf port 

University Singers. 

PATRICIA ANN BARIA. Music Education Pascagoula 

MENC; University Singers. 

BILLY JOE BARNES, Music Education Braxton 

SECOND ROW: 

JAMES N. BARNETT, JR., Instrumental Music Education 

Lucedale 
University Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Orchestra; Wind Ensemble; Stage 
Band; Percussion Ensemble; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, President; Drill Master; 

MENC. 
MARCIA JEAN BROADUS. AZ Art Biloxi 

Highland Dancers; Annual Staff; SCOPE Reporter; President of Delta Zeta. 
WILFORD HALE BYRD, Music Education Lucedale 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Kappa Kappa Psi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Marching 
Band; Symphonic Band; Stage Band; Orchestra; Trombone Quartet; Drill 

Master; Advance ROTC. 
LANELLE DUNN COKER, Commercial Art Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

JOE BERNARD CORBITT, Commercial Art Meridian 

JERRY GORDON CROW, Music Education Liberty 

Marching Band; Concert Band; Symphonic, 

CHRISTYANA MARIA CURET, Art Biloxi 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Newman Club; Young Democrats Club. 

WILMA ANN DARNAUER, Music Education Goodland 

Dean's List; Symphonic Band; Orchestra. 



FOURTH ROW: 

CHARLES H. FAULKNER, IIKA, Commercial Art Hueytown 

RICHARD ARLEN FORD, Music Education Baton Rouge, La. 
Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Drill Team; Dean's List; Alpha Phi Omega. 
MARY EVELYN GAUTIER, AAA, Music Education Pascagoula 

University Singers; MENC; Dormitory Monitor. 

ANNE LOUISE GIBBS, Art Yazoo City 

Alpha Lambda Delta; President's List; Dean's List; Dormitory Officer. 



FIFTH ROW: 

WALTER EDMUND GIBSON, Music Education Hattiesburg 

Marching Band; Concert Band; University Singers. 
PAMELA KAY GRAVES, Music Education Columbus 

Treasurer of Mu Phi Epsilon; Pledge Trainer of Tau Beta Sigma; Marching 

Band; Symphonic Band; University Orchestra; Opera Workshop; MENC. 

CARL DAVID HAGAN, Instrumental Music Education Purvis 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Marching Band; Symphonic Band. 

M IN ETTA KAY HAT LEY, Art Biloxi 

NANCY ELIZABETH HERRING. Music Education Petal 

Marching Band; Tau Beta Sigma; USM Concert Band; MENC; University 

Singers. 



SIXTH ROW: 

JERRY WILLARD HERRING, Music Education Laurel 

CAROL PARSONS HOOKER, AZ, Art New Orleans, La. 

Delta Zeta Scholarship Chairman. 

JOHN ROBERT HUBBARD. Piano Pascagoula 

Dean's List; Pi Kappa Lambda; Sinfonia. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

FREDERICK MICHAEL JORDAN, Music Edcation Pensacola 

Sinfonia; Orchestra Scholarship; Alpha Phi Omega; Dean's List. 
SHARON KAY LAND, AAA, Piano Tyler, Texas 

Cheerleader; Top 20 Beauty; Mu Phi Epsilon; Pi Tau Chi; Pi Kappa Lambda; 

SCOPE; Vice President of Delta Delta Delta; Dean's List; Senator. 
ROBERT BAKER LOWE, Theatre Port Gibson 

President of Alpha Psi Omega; Vice President of Southern Players; Theater 
Productions, Best Actor leading role; Best Actor supporting role; Best Actor 

minor role; 1966 Summer Theater; President's List. 

JERRY FRANCIS LUMPKIN, Music Education McNeil 

University Singers II; Highlander Male Chorus. 







Seniors 

Fine Arts 

FIRST RO W.- 
KATHLEEN JO MILLER, Voice Mt. Olive 
WAYNE LYNN MILLER, Music Education Andalusia, Ala. 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Lambda, 
PAMELA J. MITCHELL, XQ, Music Education Poplarville 

University Singers; Mu Phi Epsilon; University Chorus; MENC; Chi Omega 

Sorority Song Director. 

CHARLES GARTH McGAHEY. Music Education Hattiesburg 

Phi Mu Alpha; Sinfonia. 

SECOND ROW: 

ALBERT S. McKENZIE, JR., Music Education Pensacola, Fla. 

Orchestra; Symphonic Band; Stage Band; Pipe Band; Marching Band. 
RICHARD NEIL PALAREA, Art Guatemala 

Kappa Pi Honorary Art Fraternity; Pan American Student Association; Newman 

Club. 
PATRICIA ONETA PEARSON, Music Education Abingdon, Va. 
USM BAND: Treasurer, Secretary, Drillmaster; Member Symphonic Bond; 
USM Orchestra; Treasurer Tau Beta Sigma; Secretary Mu Phi Epsilon, Out- 
standing Bondswoman, 1963-64. 
MICHAEL LEE PICKETT, Music Education Heildeberg 

Symphonic Band 4 Years; Drillmaster; Brass Ensemble; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; 
Dean's List. 

THIRD ROW: 

WILLENE SELLERS, Commercial Art Hattiesburg 

LINDA SUE STEJSKAL, Music Education Fairhobe Ala 

Tau Beta Sigma; Mu Phi Epsilon; Marching Band; Concert Band; Orchestra: 

University Singers; Singers Ensemble; Opera Workshop- MENC 
SANDRA GAYLE STEWART, Music Education Pascagoula 

University Singers. 
DONALD NEAL TIDWELL, Instrumental Music Education 

~ ,. Centralia, III. 

Outstanding Male Student of Music Freshman and Sophomore; Pi Kappa 

Lambda; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Kappa Kappa Psi. 

FOURTH ROW: 

JANET KAY TIDWELL, KA, Music Columbia 

Kappa Delta; University Singers; Officer Mu Phi Epsilon; Pi Kappa Lambda; 

Dean's List. 
DONALD WESLEY VARNER, Instrumental Music Education 

Pensacola, Fla. 
JOHN VIRGIL WAITE, Music Education Vicksburg 

Symphonic Band; Orchestra; ROTC Band; Brass Choir 

WILLIAM B. WHITE, K2, Commercial Art Woodville 

President, Kappa Sigma; Secretary, Kappa Sigma. 

FIFTH ROW: 

LINDA ANN WICHT, Commercial Art Hattiesburg 

JAMES ROBERT WILSON, Music Education Meridian 

Marching Band; Concert Band. 

JAMES DAVID W1TTMAN, Piano Laurel 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Orchestra; University Chorus. 




Juniors 

Fine Arts 



FIRST ROW: 

CHARLOTTE ADELE BARNES, Commercial Art 

Carthage 
JANIS DEAN BARNES, XO, 

Instrumental Music Education Columbia 

ANGELA RUE BENNETT, Commercial Art Natchez 
CAROL JOYCE BOUTWELL, Music Education Laurel 
HARVEY CLINTON DELLINGER, Commercial Art 

Hattiesburg 

SECOND ROW: 

MIRIAM ANN deMEDICIS, Music Education Jackson 
SYLVIA THERSIE EDWARDS, Art Education Richton 
JOSEPH JELKS ERNEST, Voice Mobile, Ala. 

DONNA LEE FIELD, X« Theatre Fluker, La. 

MARY JENNIFER FIORENZA, Music Education 

Ocean Springs 

THIRD ROW: 

THOMAS VINCENT FRASCHILLO, Music Education 

Clarksdale 
MADELEINE BONNABEL GAREN, Music Prentiss 
RICHARD MORRIS GILPIN, Music Education 

Bradenton, Fla. 
ROBERT DOUGLAS GRAHAM, Applied Music 

West Point 
BILLY P. GREER, Commercial Art McComb 




Juniors 

Fine Arts 

FIRST ROW: 

EULALIA IONE HALLMAN, Art Bolton 

LAURA KAYE HAWKINS, Music Education Richton 
JOHN MARSHALL HAYDEN, Music Hattiesburg 

JOYCE ANN HERNANDEZ, Music Education 

Pensacola, Fla. 
DAN W. HILL, Music Senatobia 

SECOND ROW: 

JANET LEE HORN, Voice Pensacola, Fla. 

LAFAYETTE J. JOHNSON, Music Education 

Clarksdale 
PATRICK RUPERT JOHNSTON, Commercial Art 

Gulfport 
RICHARD CAMERON KELLOGG, Music Education 

Mobile, Ala. 
LUELLA MARION LEGGETT, Music Education 

Seminary 



THIRD ROW: 

RICHARD FRANK LEWIS, Commercial Art Union 
J. RODNEY LIPPINCUTT, Music Education Scobey 
SACHIA LONG, KA, Art Tupelo 

JEANIE FRANCINE LYLE, Organ Gulfport 

JANET EMMA McCURDIE, XQ, Art Hattiesburg 



FOURTH ROW: 

DENNIS MIRE, Music Education Ocean Springs 

JAMES DONALD NOWLIN, Commercial Art Laurel 
ALVIE RANDALL PARKER, Music Education Jackson 
ANTHONY WOMACK POLLARD, Music Education 

Miss City 
JAMES DAWS REED, Music Education Hattiesburg 



FIFTH ROW: 

NAZ RHODES, Music Education Mendenhall 

LINDA L. SAVELL, Commercial Art Pascagoula 

PATRICIA JUNE SCOTT, Voice Mobile, Ala. 

BARBARA JEAN SIEBELS, Music Education Heidelberg 
AUDREY ANN SMITH, KA, Commercial Art Jackson 



SIXTH ROW: 

DONALD LLOYD SMltH, Music Education Poplarville 
RICHARD BOYD SMITH, Music Education 

Orlando, Fla. 
DURANT ROSS SPIERS, Commercial Art Picayune 
ALVIN THOMAS SULLIVAN, Commercial Art 

Shannon 
DOUGLAS DWIGHT TURNER, Art Vicksburg 






SEVENTH ROW: 

DOYLE E. VALENTINE, Church Music 
JOHN DANIEL WAGGONER, JR., 

Drawing and Painting 
DOROTHY DALE YARBOROUGH, Xfi, 

Drawing and Painting 



Laurel 

Jackson 

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Sophomores 

Fine Arts 



WILLIAM MILTON BARBEE, Music Education 

Lake Charles, La. 
GLENDA SUE BLANKENSHIP, Music Education 

Orange, Calif. 
MILDRED FRANCES BRIGNAC, Music Education 

Pascagoula 
LAWRENCE AUDIE BROWN, Music Education 

Lakeland, Fla. 
LOWELL STANLEY BROWN, Music Education 

Lakeland, Fla. 



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FIRST ROW: 

THOMAS CARROLL BYRD, Music Education 

West Point 
ANNIE LUCILLE CARO, Voice Mobile, Ala. 

CURTIS ALLEN DAVIS, Music Education Laurel 
ANITA GAIL FREEMAN, 

Instrumental Music Education Pascagoula 

GARY GORDON GAY, Art Mobile, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: 

CHARLES C. GEMEINHARDT, Music Education 

Hattiesburg 
WILLIAM RUSSELL GOWER, Music Education 

Hattiesburg 
MALCOLM LOUIS GRAHAM, Voice Greenville 

BRUCE A. GRANTHAM, Music Education 

Pensacola, Fla. 
MICHAEL DAVID GREGORY, Music Education 

Verona 

THIRD ROW: 

BOBBIE JO GRIFFITHS, Music Education 

Fairhope, Ala. 
CHARLIE M. NELMS, 2AE, Voice Tupelo 

JANET S. PICCINATI, KA, Music Education 

Bougalusa, La. 
LINDA A. RUSLING, Music Education Jackson 

TREVA GAIL RUTLAND, Music Education Seminary 

FOURTH ROW: 

GROSS N. SCRUGGS, Music Education Meridian 

DANIEL ROSS SETTLES, Music Education 

Anchorage, Alaska 
MARSHA P. TRIGG, Theatre Richton 

JEAN DIANE W ALLEY, Music Education Richton 
DELIA WARRINGTON, Music Education Bentonia 

FIFTH ROW: 

BOBBY EUGENE WILLIAMS, Music Education 

Selma, Ala. 
ROBERT NELSON WILLIAMS, Music Education 

Pascaguola 




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MAJORS 

General Home Economics 

Child Development 

Clothing Merchandising 

Clothing and Textiles 

Food and Nutrition 

Institution Management — 
Dietetics 

Institution Management — 
Commercial 

Teaching Home Economics 
Education 

Home Economics Extension 
Service 

Home Economics in 
Equipment 



DEAN SARAH L. WEAVER 




The School of 
Home Economics 






A Bachelor of Science Degree in HOME 
ECONOMICS prepares students to assume 
responsibilities in areas with the various 
aspects of daily living. Paralled to this 
preparation, students have a choice of several 
professional areas which prepare them for 
places in the world of work. 
Modern laboratory facilities are available 
to provide students with experiences in each 
of the major areas of specialization. 
The program is designed so that non-home 
economics majors may take any of these 
courses as electives. 

Dr. Weaver says "Home Economics is an 
integral part of everyday life. Our major goal 
is to make a better way of life for 
individuals and families." 




FACULTY 



Miss Lynell Brister 

Mrs. Elsie B. Chichester 

Mrs. Gale Dickerson 

Mrs. Lois Drain 

Dr. Bertha M. Fritzsch 

Dr. Mary Gayle 

Dr. Jewel Golden 



Miss Marlene Gunn 
Mrs. Altra Hamman 
Mrs. Fern Hesson 
Mrs. Edith Lancaster 
Miss Margaret McCarthy 
Miss Fannie Owings 
Dr. Sarah L. Weaver 



Graduate Fellows 

Miss Ida Carolyn Carpenter 

Mrs. Jo Nell Hales (not pictured) 

Miss Linda Faye McDonald 

Mrs. Susan Primeaux 

Mrs. Kathleen Sherrell 

Mrs. Mildred Switzer 



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The purpose of KAPPA OMICRON 
PHI is to further the best interests of 
home economics in four-year colleges or 
universities. 

To become a pledge of this professional 
organization, one must be majoring or 
minoring in home economics, have 
a 3.25 grade average in home economics 
work, have a 2.5 grade average in 
out-of-division courses, and have 
completed at least twelve hours of home 
economics work at the University of 
Southern Mississippi. 




MEMBERS 

FIRST ROW: 

Betty Carolyn Alexander 

Linda E. Blissett 

Martha Carolyn Booth 

Joy Bounds 

Nellie Ruth Fancher 

Judy Ferguson 

SECOND ROW: 

Betty Ann Forrest 

Theresa Lorraine Garner 

Charliene Haden 

Sue Humphries 

Lois Annette Johnson 

Beverly Johnson 

THIRD ROW: 

Ann Cecilia Kennedy 

Brenda Carol Loftin 

Linda Dawn Morgan 

Ina Lynn Overby 

Susan Howard Primeanx 

Catherine Billie Reece 

FOURTH ROW: 

Cecilia Marie Smith 

Gloria Sims 

Diane Stringer 

Marsha Lynn Turner 

Brenda Wilson 




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SEATED: Miss Lynell Brister, Advisor; Martha Bankston, Marie 
Taylor, Jan Burns, Mary Lee Campbell, Gloria Sims, Charliene 
Haden, Joy Bounds, Vice President; Ann Kennedy, VAC Repre- 
sentative; Lynn Overly, Reporter; Cecilia Smith, President; Annette 
Johnson, Secretary; Marietta McRae, Carolyn Carpenter, Susan 
Smith, Ola Murff. STANDING: Sara Sprouse, Sharon Jones, Miss 
Fannie Owings, Sue Shoemake, Judy Ferguson, Janice Bolton, June 



Weaver, Carolyn Whitley, Miss Marlene Gunn, Linda Blissett, 
Mary Jean Pigott, Maxine Spangler, Cathy Reece, Rebecca Hol- 
lingsworth, Doris Holyfield, Shelia Allgood, Marsha Turner, Clarice 
Zillmer, Kathy Boutwell, Juanita Cardenas, Sue King, Mrs. Sara 
Weaver, Cynthia Bradley, Wanda Wilson, Mrs. Elsie Chichester, 
Mrs. Lois Drain, Linda McDonald, Dr. Bertha Fritzsche. 



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The HOME ECONOMICS College Chapter is open 
to all students in home economics and is affiliated 
with the Mississippi Home Economics Association and 
the American Home Economics Association. 
The chapter was organized at the University of Southern 
Mississippi in 1926. The purpose of the chapter is to 
develop leadership ability, to promote professional 
attitudes and interests, to share with others the value 
of home economics as a profession, and to encourage 
fellowship among students and faculty. 



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Home Economics 



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FIRST ROW: 

IDA CAROLYN CARPENTER, Home Economics 

RITA ROSE LIKINS, Institution Management — Dietetics 

LINDA FAYE McDONALD, Home Economics Education 

SECOND ROW: 

SUSAN HOWARD PRIMEAUX, Home Economics — Child Development 

Lake Charles, La. 
MILDRED A. SWITZER, Home Economics Hattiesburg 

CLARA JEAN WILSON, Home Economics Bay Springs 



Seniors 

Home Economics 



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FIRST ROW: 

LINDA KAY AN DING, Home Economics Education Brookhaven 
MARTHA CLAYTON BANKSTON, Home Economics Education 

Laurel 
Dean's List; Wesley Foundation, Officer; Home Economics Club; President, 
Gamma Beta Phi; Women's Advisory Council; Religious Tloor Chairman, 

Freshman Dormitory. 
JANICE L. BOLTON, Home Economics Education Mobile, Ala. 

Dean's List; Home Economics Club. 
ALICE JOY BOUNDS, Home Economics Education Lake 



SECOND ROW: 

LINDA F. BLISSETT, Clothing Merchandise — 

Home Economics Education Morton 

JOHN EDWARD BRADY, Institution Management Gulf port 

MARY LEE CAMPBELL, Child Development Liberty 

Home Economics Club. 

JUANITA CARDENAS, Home Economics Education Waynesboro 



THIRD ROW: 

BARBARA WEBB CHRISTENSEN, Home Economics Education 

Hattiesburg 
ANNIE DELL DAVIS, Home Economics Education Waynesboro 
NELLIE RUTH FANCHER, Home Economics Education 

Coffeeville 
Officer Baptist Student Union; Most Outstanding Sophomore of Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Kappa Omicron Phi; SNEA: _ Dean's List; Dormitory Vice 

Chairman; Women's Affairs Board. 
HELEN JUDITH FERGUSON, Home Economics Education 

Utica 



FOURTH ROW: 

Home Economics Club; Kappa Omicron Phi Treasurer. 
BETTY ANN FORREST, Institution Management Meridian 
JACKIE SPENCER FRANKLIN, Home Ecomonics Education 

Indianola 
CARMEN FINCH GRAVES, Home Economics Education Mize 
CHARLIENE HADEN, Home Economics Education — 

Child Development Purvis 

FIFTH ROW: 

DELORES MARY HARRIS, Home Economics Education Lake 
BRENDA LARRAINE HUGGINS, Clothing Merchandising 

Pensacola, Fla. 
SUE HUMPHRIES, Clothing Merchandising— 

Home Economics Education DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 

Kappa Delta Pi; guard Kappa Omicron Phi; President of Jones Hall, Junior: 
Women's Affairs Board; Home Economics Club; Dean's List; President s List; 

Phi Delta Rho. 
ANN KATHERINE JOBE, Institutional Management— Dietetics 

Metairie 



SIXTH ROW: 

LOIS ANNETTE JOHNSON, Home Economics Education 

Brewton 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary; Home Economics Club; 

SNEA; Dean's List. 
SHARON ANN R. JONES, Home Economics Education Picayune 

Greater Council Home Economics. 
JOHNNIE SUE KING, Home Economics Meridian 

PATRICIA KAY KRABEL, Home Economics Education 

Ottawa, III. 
Alpha Psi Omega. 







Seniors 

Home Economics 



FIRST ROW: 

BRENDA CAROL LOFTIN, Home Economics Education 

Columbia 
LINDA DAWN MORGAN, Home Economics Education Sumrall 
OLA BONITA MURFF, KA, Clothing Merchandising 

Pensacola, Fla. 
Southerner Staff; Home Economics Club; Young Democrats. 
INA LYNN OVERBY, Home Economics Education Bay Springs 



SECOND ROW: 

MARY JEAN PIGOTT, Clothing Merchandising Picayune 

CONSTANCE ERENA POWAJBO, Clothing Merchandising 

Biloxi 
CATHERINE BILLIE REECE, Home Economics Education 

Meridian 
Kappa Omicron Phi. 
SHELIA SUE SHOEMAKE, Home Economics Education 

Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

CHARLOTTE L. SHOWS, Home Economics Education Richton 
GLORIA FRANCES SIMS, Home Economics Noxapater 

Home Economics Club; Kappa Omicron Phi; Baptist Student Union, Officer. 
SUSAN MARIE SMITH, Child Development New Orleans 

MAXINE MARIE SPANGLER, Home Economics Education 

Purvis 
Home Economics Club, Secretary; Kappa Omicron Phi, Secretary; Gamma 
Beta Phi; SNEA. 



RUTH OLIVIA STRAHAN, Home Economics Education 

Waynesboro 
WAB, Treasurer; Home Economics Club. 
JOSIE LOUISE SUMMER, Home Economics Education 

Columbia 
Home Economics Club; BSU; Dean's List. 
BURNEY FA YE TULLOS, Clothing Merchandising Pascagoula 

University Singers; Home Economics Club. 
JANE LOUISE TULLOS, Clothing Merchandising 



FIFTH ROW: 

MARSHA LYNN TURNER, Home Economics Education 

Metairie 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Westminster Fellowship, Vice President: Pi Tau Chi; 
WAB Dormitory President. 



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Juniors 

Home Economics 



FIRST ROW: 

BETTY CAROLYN ALEXANDER, 

Home Economics Education Little Rock 

SHELIA FAY ALLGOOD, Clothing and Textiles 

Yazoo City 
HARRIET BEASLEY, Home Economics Education 

Hattiesburg 
MARTHA CAROLYN BOOTH, Home Economics 

Natchez 
CAROL JEAN BLAKENEY, Home Economics 

Taylorsville 
SECOND ROW: 
GAYLE PATRICIA BLITCH, 

Home Economics Education Pensacola 

BARBARA LEE BRACEY, Home Economics Education 

Tylertown 
CYNTHIA AGNES BRADLEY, Home Economics- 
Child Development Hattiesburg 
CHARLOTTE MARIE BRETT, Home Economics 

Waynesboro 
LINDA CAROL BROWN, Home Economics 

Perkinston 
THIRD ROW: 
JUDITH REBECCA CLARKE, 

Home Economics Education Pascagoula 

PATRICIA WYNELL CRANE, Home Economics 

Walnut Grove 
ELLEN FULTON, Home Economics Extension Service 

Philadelphia 
SHARON ANN HARRIS, Home Economics Quitman 
REBECCA HOLLINGSWORTH, 

Clothing Merchandising Moss Point 

FOURTH ROW: 

DONNIS JEAN HOLYFIELD, Clothing. Merchandising 

New Hebron 
BEVERLY GAY JOHNSON, AZ, Home Economics 

Picayune 
BONITA GAIL LATHAM, Home Economics Education 

Holcomb 
SHIRLEY ANN LEVERETTE, 

Home Economics Education Leakesville 

CECELIA STARR LEWIS, 

Home Economics Education — Journalism Beaumont 

FIFTH ROW: 

LESLIE JUDITH MAGLATHLIN, 

Clothing Merchandising Brandon 

ELIZABETH ANN MARTIN, 

Home Economics Education Meridian 

IV A RUTH MASSENGALE, Home Economics Collins 
MARY PAULINE McCOY, Home Economics Terry 

MARIETTA JANE McRAE, Child Development 

Waynesboro 
SIXTH ROW: 

FRANCES ELENA RODENBOUGH, ASA, 

Home Economics Education Mascoutah, III. 
MARY E. ROE, Clothing Merchandising Meridian 

JUNE CARROL SHARP, Clothing Merchandising 

Jackson 
CECILIA MARIE SMITH, Home Economics Education 
— Clothing Merchandising Carthage 

SANDRA KAY SMITH, Clothing Merchandising 

Hazlehurst 
SEVENTH ROW: 

SARA ALICE SPROUSE. Home Economics Bay Springs 
DIANE BOYD STRINGER, Home Economics Education 

Tylertown 
ELIZABETH ANN THRASHER, 

Home Economics Education Bay Minette, Ala. 
DONNA C. UPTON, Home Economics Walnut Grove 
ELIZABETH JUNE WEAVER, Home Economics 

Waynesboro 
EIGHTH ROW: 

ROSANN ELIZABETH WHALEN, 

Home Economics Education Jackson 

CAROLYN O'BYRNE WHITLEY, 

Home Economics Education Natchez 

CHERYLL C. WILLIAMSON, Clothing Merchandising 

Grove Hill, Ala. 
BRENDA LOU WILSON, Home Economics 

and Clothing Merchandising Baton Rouge, La. 
KAREN LOUISE WINDHAM, Clothing Merchandising 

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Home Economics 



F/flST ROW: 

JANIE CLARKE, *M, Clothing Merchandising 

Mobile, Ala. 
ELAINE FISHER, Home Economics Hattiesburg 

PATRICIA ANN JABOUR, ASA, 

Institution Management Hattiesburg 

MARIQUITA LINDLEY, Home Economics Vicksburg 
CHARLOTTE ANN McILWAIN, Home Economics 

Richton 

SECOND ROW: 

ADAH LOUISE ORY, Xil, Home Economics Fluker, La. 
MARIE ELIZABETH RINEHART, *M, 

Child Development Bogalusa, La. 

LINDA STEINER, Home Economics Vicksburg 




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THE GRADUATE SCHOOL is recognized by the University as one of 

its most important divisions. Since its establishment in 1947, the function 

and purpose of the Graduate School has been to provide opportunities for 

those who wish to further their education and to obtain degrees at the 

master's and doctorate levels. Graduate education provides an opportunity 

for students to do research and to make original inquiries for the 

advancement and discovery of knowledge whereby the social, political, 

educational, and economic status of the state and the South will be 

enhanced. The Graduate School endeavors to prepare personnel 

for roles of leadership in all aspects of our society. 



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GRADUATE CLASS OFFICERS: Joe Lott, Vice-President; Don- 
ald Nace, Treasurer; Cornelia Pitts, Secretary; T. G. Sarphie, 
President. 




Two busy Grad students enjoy Southern's 
typical sunny weather as they relax dur- 
ing one of their jew spare moments. 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jim Weaver, President; Mary Sue 
Baylis, Treasurer; Nick Doyle, Vice-President; Laurel Lay, Secre- 
tary. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bobby 
McMinn, President; Donna Lee Field, 
Treasurer; Henry Randazzo, Vice- 
President; Linda Dickey, Secretary. 




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Officers 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Linda Amacker, Secretary; Dave Brannon, President; 
Weezy Ory, Treasurer; Nick Vesa, Vice President (not pictured). 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Cote, Vice-President; 
Brenda Burnham, Secretary; Vicki Farr, Treasurer; Gary Odom, 
President. 







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THE BASIC COLLEGE, under the supervision of 
Dean Sidney Weatherford, initiates the new student 
into Southern's academic community. Ninety 
hours of specific courses are required in the Basic 
College prior to admission into one's major school. 
The time spent under Basic College jurisdiction is 
necessary and serves a practical purpose. The variety 
of subjects required introduces freshmen and 
sophomores to many possible career areas to which 
they might not otherwise be exposed. Also important 
is that the well-rounded individual have a liberal 
education; this desirable characteristic is insured 
by our Basic College system. 



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DEAN SIDNEY E. L. WEATHERFORD 



BASIC 
COLLEGE 




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Freshmen 



Basic College 




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FIRST RO W.- 
PEGGY LORENE ABSHIER, AAA 
ANDREA ADAMS 
ROBERT CHARLES ADAMS 
CAROLYN SUE ADAMS 
FRANK WILLIAMS ADERHOLT 



SECOND RO W.- 
ANN JUDITH AINSWORTH 
MARGARET JANE ALDRIDGE 
LEAH BETH ALLEN, ASA 
PAMELA CARLOTTA ALLEN 
RICHARD DOUGLAS ALLEN 



THIRD ROW: 
ROBERT SPENCER ALLEN 
BRENDA SUSAN ALLEN 
JAMES C. ANDERSON 
PATRICIA E. ANDERSON 
HENRY MILTON APPERSON, JR. 

FOURTH RO W.- 
NELSON ALBERT ARAPE 
CHAFIK ARBACH 
RUTH ARRINGTON 
PATRICIA ANN ASHLEY 
LYNDA MARIE AULTMAN 



FIFTH ROW: 
RITA J. AUSTIN, AZ 
DANIEL E. AVERETTE 
CECIL WARDELL AYCOCK 
JAMES ANDREW AYERS 
FRANCES ELAINE BAGBY 



SIXTH ROW: 
LARRY JOE BAKER, ATO 
PATRICIA ANN BAILEY 
THOMAS CHARLES BARAGONA 
CAROLYN LORRANE BARBER 
JOSEPH HUGH BARICEV 



SEVENTH ROW: 
LINDA ANN BARKER 
CHARLES THOMAS BARNES 
SUE HAZEL BARNETT 
MADELINE MARIE BAUCOM 
JANICE MARIE BEARD 



EIGHTH ROW: 
LINDA S. BEASLEY 
SUE LINDA BEAVER 
PAULA R. BEDFORD 
FREDDIE R. BEGGS 
BRIAN RICHARD BELKNAP 



NINTH RO W.- 
BEVERLY ANN BELL 
CHERYL JEAN BELL 
KATHY BELL 
RAFFAELE G. BELTRAM 
EDWARD WILLIAM BENEFIELD 



TENTH ROW: 
BILL BERRY, K2 
RONALD GERALD BERRY 
ROBERT GERALD BERRY 
LYNN L. BERRY 
RICHARD E. BERQUIST 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
MARY E. BISHOP, IIB* 
JO BISHOP 
KATHY BISHOP, KA 
KATHLEEN BLACKBURN, A2A 
RANDY BLACKIJDCE 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Springfield, Va. 

Gulf port 

Clarksdale 



Star Route 

Fayette 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Magnolia 



Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Wiggins 

West Point 



Maracaiba, Venezuela 

Estado do Rio, Brazil 

Shubata 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Cincinnati, Ohir> 

Hattiesburg 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Waveland 

Natchez 

Columbia 

Biloxi 



Jackson 

Braxton 

Pascagoula 

Mobile, Ala. 

Vicksburg 



Meridian 

Meridian 

West Point 

Tupelo 

Poplar Bluff, Mo. 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Jackson 

Italy 

Gulfport 



Hattiesburg 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Panama City, Fla. 

Bay St. Louis 

McKeesport, Pa. 



Nashville, Tenn. 

Jackson 

Forest 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 



Freshmen 



FIRST ROW: 

MICHAEL DAVID BLISSETT 

LINDA G. BLOOM 

JANET LIPSCOMB BOLTON 

JAMES ELWOOD BONEY 

SYLVIA DIANNE BOOTH 



SECOND ROW: 
EVA JEAN BOOZER 
ROBERT EUGENE BORGER 
JESUS C. BORJAS 
WILLIAM T. BOROUGHS 
HARRY L. BOSCHIERI 



THIRD ROW: 
CHRYSIS L. BOS WELL 
THOMAS G. BOUNDS 
JOE ALLAN BOURGEOLS 
LARRY CLYDE BOURNE 
THOMAS H. BOYD 



FOURTH ROW: 
NIT A LOUISE BOYD 
BETTY L. BOYER 
PAUL ROBERT BOYKIN 
SHEILA LORRAINE BRADDOCK 
JANE ELIZABETH BRADLEY 



FIFTH ROW: 
DONALD S. BRANTLEY 
EDWARD RAY BREAKFIELD 
AUDREY ALLYSON BREAZEALE 
MELINDA MARIE BRENT 
BETTY E BRIDGES 



SIXTH ROW: 

JEANNE LOUISE BRIDGES, IIB* 
CARMEN COLLEEN BROADHEAD 
SHONA MARIE BROGDEN 
BARBARA JEAN BROOKS 
THERESA JANE BROPHY, A2A 



SEVENTH ROW: 

ROBERT EARL BROUILLETTE 
PHYLLIS A. BROWN 
REBECCA A. BROWN 
SHARON ANN BROWN 
STERLING N. BROWN 



EIGHTH ROW: 

SUSAN ELAINE BROWNE 

FRANCES WALDINE BRUMMETT 

MARTHA JO BRYANT 

DICK BRYANT, ATfi 

WILLIE YVONNE BRYANT 



NINTH ROW: 

LENA KATHRYN BUCK 

ROSEMARY L. BUMBERA 

BRENDA JO BURDETTE 

BRENDA DIANNE BURNHAM, ASA 

LINDA JEAN BURNHAM 



TENTH ROW: 

MARTHA L. BURRAGE 

LARRY WILLIAM BURRAGE 

WAYNE LEE BURRUS 

JAMES H. BUTLER 

CAMILLE SUSANNE BUTLER, KA 



Basic College 



Morton 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Jackson 



Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Natchez 



Mobil, Ala. 
Sumrall 

Hattiesburg 
Columbia 
McComb 



Gulfport 

Sumrall 

Pascagoula 

Ripley 

Hattiesburg 



Pensacola, Fla 

Columbia 

Wiggins 

Lakeland, Fla. 
Louisville 



Jackson 

Morton 

Andalusia, Ala. 

Panama City, Fla. 

Pascagoula 



Gulfport 

Walnut Hill, Fla 

Ocean Springs 

Jackson 

Natchez 



Tylertown 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Alexandria, Va. 

Hattiesburg 



Biloxi 

Gulfport 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Jackson 

Yazoo City 



Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Springfield, Va. 

Madis on-Rid geland 






ELEVENTH ROW: 

DIANNE BYNUM 

FRANCES ANN BYRD 

BRENDA DIANE CAIN 

HUGH E. CAIN 

MARRY CAROLINE CAMERON, 222 



Jackson 



Sumrall 

Laurel 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Orange, Tex 



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Freshmen 



FIRST ROW: 
MARY FAITH CAMPION 
GEOFFREY B. CANFIELD 
GILDA F. CANIZARO 
LORETTA ANN CADLER 
JOHANNA K. CAPTIVA 



Basic College 



Waveland 

Purvis 

Biloxi 

Yazoo City 

Pascagoula 



SECOND ROW: 

RODRIGO CARDENAL Managua, Nicaragua 

MALCOLM HUNTLEY CARMICHAEL, KA Jackson 

SUSAN HARTFIELD CARR Heidelberg 

JOHN SCOTT CARR Pensacola, Fla. 

DENNIS WHITE CARRAWAY Utica 



THIRD ROW: 
HOLLY D. CARSON 
NANCY J. CARTER 
JANIS LEA CARTER 
HARRIETT VIRGINIA CAUL 
S. CHRIS CAVE 



FOURTH ROW: 
SHARON SUE CAVER 
SUE M. CHALTRAW 
CLARA WYNONA CHAPMAN 
JAMES W. CHEEK 
CHRISTINE M. CHISM 



FIFTH ROW: 

BLANCHE ELLEN CHOATE 
KAREN ANN CLARK 
DANNY JOE CLARK 
CLARK S. CLARK 
JAMES PALMEN CLAY, JR. 



SIXTH ROW: 
WILLIAM D. CLARK 
CHARLES P. CLEARMAN 
WILLIAM M. CLEARMAN 
BRUCE W. CLIFFORD 
BONITA R. COHRON 



SEVENTH ROW: 
CECILE ANNETTE COLE 
WILLIAM EDWARD COLEMAN 
JACKIE W. COLEMAN 
HARRIET K. COLLINS 
MARTHA KAYE COMBEST, XQ 



EIGHTH RO W.- 
ELEANOR V. CONT1 
KATHLEEN NORTHROP COOK 
GAIL BRENDA COOPER 
LESLIE C. COOPER 
DAVID M. CONNER 



NINTH ROW: 

FRANKIE KAREN CORNS 

ROBERT EDWARD COTE, JR., ZAE 

ANN COTTRELL 

GLORIA JEANNETTE CRAFT 

HAROLD DEWITT CRAIN 



TENTH ROW: 

CLAUDETTE DEM ANT CRAWFORD, 

TERRY C. CRAWFORD 

EVELYN T. CREEL 

SUE CRENSHAW 

MARSHA LEE CROSBY, XQ 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
JERRY WAYNE CRUIT 
CHARLES RAYMOND CRUM 
ALICE PAT CUBLEY, AW 
LYNN DALE CURTIS 
BETTY ANN DACUS 



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Ocean Springs 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Jayess 

Bay St. Louis 



Moss Point 

Pascagoula 

Waynesboro 

Hattiesburg 

Hazlehurst 



Meridian 

Yazoo City 

Poplar Bluff, Mo. 

Webb 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Petal 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Morton 

Utica 



Brookhaven 

Wade 

McComb 

Yazoo City 

Moss Point 



Ocean Springs 

Pass Christian 

Saraland, Ala. 

Morton 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Elsmere, N.Y. 

Jackson 

Magee 

Tyler town 



XQ Laurel 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Biloxi 

Jackson 

Laurel 



Atmore, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Tupelo 






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FIRST ROW: 

CLAUD ETTE DALLAS 

NANCY NELL DANIEL 

MARGARET A. DARNELL 

CAROL DAVENPORT 

]U ANITA ANTHONY DAVIS 



SECOND ROW: 
JUDY BETH DAVIS 
RICHARD H. DAVIS 
KATHERINE DAVIS, ASA 
WILLARD JEFFERSON DAVIS 
LINDA LUELINE DAWS, XSl 



THIRD ROW: 
LARRY RYAN DEAN 
NANCY E. DEANE 
CYNDY LEE DeLANCEY 
ANDRE AMARO DeLLACER 
M. ED DENNIS 



FOURTH ROW: 
MARY CATHERINE DENT 
MARGARET LEE DETHLOFF 
CHARLES T. DeVAUGHN 
PHYLLIS ANN DILL 
DONNA LYNN DILLON 



FIFTH ROW: 

ELIZABETH LINDA DISHAROON, KA 

LINDA R. DOBBS, XO 

ALLEN E. DOERING, KS 

M. R. DOLEAC 

ROSY ELLEN DONOHUE, A2A 



Basic College 



Jackson 

Bay St. Loui* 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Yazoo City 

Columbia 

Gulf port 

Prentiss 

Waynesboro 



Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Collins 

Moss Point 

Lucedale 

Jackson 

Tylertown 



Port Gibson 

Biloxi 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Canal Zone 



SIXTH ROW: 

MARY ELIZABETH DONNELLY 
WALTER RAY DOTY 
NAN ELIZABETH DUCEY 
JACQUELINE ANN DUEITT 
LINDA SUE DUPUY 



SEVENTH ROW: 
DANDA KAY DYAR, *M 
MARY E. DYE 
JUDITH ELAINE DYESS 
EDWARD PERRY DYESS 
JEAN EAGAR, ASA 



EIGHTH RO W.- 
ST AN LEY A. EASLEY 
JEANNE ANNE EDWARDS, AAA 
KEVIN RICHARD EDWARDS 
MARY PATRICIA EDWARDS 
PATRICIA LUCILLE ELLIS, XU 



NINTH ROW: 
MELISSA ELM, 222 
TERRY LAWRENCE ESTEP 
MARK R. EUBANKS 
MARSHALL R. EUBANKS 
CARL E. EURE 



TENTH ROW: 
CHERYL E. EVANS 
ROBERT E. EVERETT 
SUSAN LILLIAN EVERETT 
WILLIAM HUGH EWING 
VICKI LYNN FARR, KA 



Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Waynesboro 

Columbia 

Jackson 



Baker, La. 

Ocean Springs 

Harrington Park, N.J. 

Canton 

Waynesboro 



Tampa, Fla. 

Gulfport 

Gulf Breeze, Fla. 

Woodbridge, Va. 

Hattiesburg 



Petal 

Magee 

Chipley, Fla. 

Fairfax, Va. 

Jackson 



ELEVENTH ROW: 

SANDRA LYNN FAULKNER, KA Hattiesburg 

LINDA DEAN FEENEY Gulfport 

SERGIO WALTER FERNANDEZ Guantanamt Bay, Cuba 
IBRAHIM A. FERRER Cabimas. Venezuela 

TERESA ANNE FEWELL Waveland 





Freshmen 



Basic College 



FIRST RO W.- 
JUDY LYNN FIELD, XO 
PAMELA A. FIKE 
LUCIA ANDERSON FISHEL 
PATRICK M. FITSPATRICK, Acacia 

KATHY A. FLOOD 



SECOND ROW: 
FRANKIE FAYE FLOYD 
JAMES ROBERT FORD 
RACHEL FORTENBERRY, XQ 
DIANNE FRANCES FOSTER, 222 
DOUG MICHAEL FOSTER 



THIRD ROW: 
SUSAN E. FOWLER 
SUSAN FRAZIER 
BECKY FRAZIER, AZ 
ANN MARIE FREEMAN 
LINDA ROSE FRIERS ON 



FOURTH ROW: 

A. OSCAR FUENTES 

RICHARD FIELDS FULKERSON 

GARY R. FULLER 

RICHARD FULLER 

RICHARD A. FULLER II 



FIFTH ROW: 

BRENDA JOYCE GALLOWAY 

DOROTHY LEE GAM MEL 

LINDA ELIZABETH GANNON, Xfi 

JOHN M. GARNER 

LORRAINE T. GARNER 



SIXTH ROW: 

SARAH MARGARET GARRAWAY 

JUDITH LYNN GARY 

DONNA F. GAT LIN 

HERMES QUIN GAUTIER, JR., KA 

NANCY ANN GENTRY 



SEVENTH ROW: 
ELLA S. GETER 
ALFRED BROWN GIBSON 
CAROLYN SUE GIBSON 
MAUDINE BETH GIBSON 
RONNIE LEE GILDER 






Fluker, La. 

Leakesville 

Hattiesburg 

Mahopac Falls, 

N.Y. 

Biloxi 



Gloster 

Jackson 

Pascaguola 

Mobile, Ala. 

Bay St. Louis 



Biloxi 

Jackson 

Grenada 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 



Lima, Peru 

Magee 

McComb 

Monticello 

Biloxi 



Yazoo City 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Dania, Fla. 

Jackson 



Hattiesburg 

Isola 

Pascagoula 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 



Woodville 

Yazoo City 

Hattiesburg 

Bay Springs 

Hattiesburg 



EIGHTH ROW: 

ALAN JOE GILLIAM Greenville 

MADELYN CAROL GIUFFRIA Long Beach 

PAM C. GLISSON Magee 

HENRY N. GLOER Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

JOHN WHYTE GODDARD III, KA Woodville 



NINTH ROW: 

SUSIE ELYSE GOFORTH, ASA 

DANNY LEE GOLDMAN 

JAMES HOLLIS GOLMON, JR. 

JOSE M. GOMEZ 

DONNA LYNN GONSOULIN 



TENTH ROW: 
LARRY B. GOODMAN 
DONALD LARRY GRAFTON 
LINDA D. GRAFTON 
DAVID ROBERT GRAHAM 
LANA JEAN GREEN 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
PAT A. GREER 
MILDRED ESTELLE GREER 
CHERYL A. GREGG 
ARNIE M. GRIFFIN 
SHARON ANN GRIFFIN 



Handsboro 

Natchez 

Monticello 

Barcelona, Spain 

Biloxi 



Meridian 

Laurel 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

Charleston, III. 



Jackson 

McComb 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Ocean Springs 

Bay St. Louis 















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Freshmen 



FIRST ROW: 

SHARON JAN GRIFFIN, AAA 
WILLIAM ALAN GRIFFITH 
JIMMY D. GRIMES 
LINDA FAYE GRIMSLEY 
DIANE RAE GRINDLE 



SECOND ROW: 
REBECCA ANN GROVE, IIB* 
CHERYL LYNN GRUBBS 
REBECCA McWILLIAMS GULLY 
DAVID HASCAL GUNTER 
TERESA L. GUNTER 



THIRD ROW: 

WILLIAM VAUGHAN GUY, JR. 
CHARLENE ANN HAASE 
DEBORAH PAMELA HALEY, *M 
CHRISTINA HANDJIS 
NANCY ALTHEA HARMON 



FOURTH ROW: 

MARTHA LOU HARRELL 
DONNA L. HARRIS 
WANDA D. HARRIS 
JAMES EDWIN HARVEY 
RIDLEY LEE HART 



FIFTH ROW: 

HULDAG ANN HARTFORD 
MERIDA HATHORN, XU 
JOSEPH B. HAWKINS 
KENNETH LEE HAWKINS 
PAULETTE HAWKINS 



SIXTH ROW: 

JANICE MARIE HAYES 
SUSAN D. HAYS 
MAURICE NEAL HAZEN 
BILL1E JEAN HEARON 
BRENDA HEFLIN 



SEVENTH ROW: 
LINDA HEFLIN 
CYNTHIA GAY H EG WOOD 
VICKI SUZANNE HELMS 
LAUREN LAMAR HELVESTON 
JANICE K. HENDRICKS 



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Bogalusa, La. 

S Udell, La. 

Grenada 

Hattiesburg 

Midwest City, Okla. 



Memphis, Tenn. 

Mendenhall 

Grenada 

Agricola 

Pascagoula 



Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Newton 

New Orleans, La. 

Poplarville 

Fairhope, Ala. 



Jackson 
Columbia 

Jackson 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



Niceville, Fla. 

Jackson 

Prichard, Ala. 

Yazoo City 

Artesia 



Artesia 

Albuquerque, N.M. 

Tupelo 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Jay, Fla. 



EIGHTH ROW: 

DAVID MALCOLM HENSARLING 

SANDRA KATHRYN HERNBLOOM 

JOSEPH JACK HERRING 

JAMES M. GETHCOX 

KENNETH GEORGE HIGGINBOTHAM 



NINTH ROW: 
THOMAS M. HILL 
CAROLYN ANN HILL 
CHERYL A. HOCUTT 
JANET L. HODGES 
GERRY HOGUE, AAA 



Hattiesburg 

Pearl 

Columbia 

Petal 

Biloxi 



Bogalusa, La 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 



TENTH RO W.- 
CAROL HOLLINGSWORTH, *M 
SUZANNE FOSTER HOLMES 
ANGELA DIANNE HOOD 
STEPHEN C. HOOD 
JUDITH ANNE HOWELL 



ELEVENTH RO W.- 
BARBARA A. HUDSON 
JOHN C. HUFF 
ROBERT GLENN HUFF 
FAITH MILDRED HULSEY 
MARY ELIZABETH HURST, IIB* 



Hunttuille, Ala. 

Brmkhaven 

Yazoo City 

Natchez 

Brooklyn 



Bassfield 

Natchez 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 





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Basic College 



FIRST ROW: 




SHARYN LYNNE HUTCHINSON, Xfi 
SUZANNE HUTTO, ASA 
CLYDE W. INGRAM 
BARBARA IVERSEN 
LINDA LEE IVY 


Bogalusa, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Petal 

Gulf port 

Jackson 


SECOND ROW: 




TON I C. JACKSON 
CONNIE J. JOHNSON 
JEFFREY W. JOHNSON, *KT 
KAREN M. JOHNSON 
MARK R. JOHNSON, Acacia 


Brandon 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Osyka 


THIRD ROW: 




CHARLIE V. JONES 
JOHN HOWELL JONES 
DOROTHY SUE JORDAN 
RONALD EARL JORDAN 
STEVEN W. JORDAN 


Hattiesburg 

Saltis 

Waynesboro 

Eight Mile, Ala 

Columbia 


FOURTH ROW: 




LEO LAWRENCE JOSEPH 
DAVID L. KAY 
JANET M. KEITH 
SANDRA LYNN KELLAR 
SONDRA JOY KELLY 


Natchez 

Collins 

Jackson 

Picayune 

Vicksburg 


FIFTH ROW: 




DOUGLAS LINWOOD KENDRICK 
CLAUD ETTE KENNEDY 
VIRGINIA JEANNINE KENNEDY 
JAMES LUTHER KERNOP 
WILLIAM LEE KERZEE 


St. Francisville, Fla. 

Magee 

New Orleans, La. 

Canton 

Gainesville, Tex. 


SIXTH ROW: 




CHERYL ANN KIDD 
LINDA BAXTER KING, KA 
PAT KING, KA 
JAWELL AGNES KINGSTON 
J ERE LYNN KISZKA 


F.nter prise 

Louisville 

Brandon 

Bay St. Louis 

Rolling Fork 


SEVENTH ROW: 




VIRGINIA D. KISENKE 
JANICE CYNTHIA LADNER 
MARY TONI LADNER 
NETTIE SUE LAMMONS 
DALE L. LANIUS, AZ 


Baton Rouge, La. 

Bay St. Louis 

Bay St. Louis 

Yazoo City 

Jackson 


EIGHTH ROW: 




JUDY A. LANGER 
FRANCES LANGLINAIS 
JAMES N. LANSING 
SHELLY DEAN LATHAM 
MARTHA ANN LAWRENCE 


Chicago, III. 

Biloxi 

Pass Christian 

Jackson 

Columbia 


NINTH ROW: 

CONSTANCE LORAINE LEE 
MARY E. LAWRENCE 
MARY E. LEE 
DOROTHY A. LEES 
JOHN R. LESKOVEC 


Tylertown 

Jackson 

Wiggins 

Biloxi 

Pensacola, Fla. 


TENTH ROW: 




IEAN ALICE LEWIS 
SALLY MAE LEWIS 
PAMELA VIRGINIA LI EKE 
TOMMY GLEN LIGON 
JOHN P. L1PPLEMAN, ATfi 


Meadville 

Handsboro 

Hattiesburg 

Madisonville. Ky. 

Pensacola, Fla. 


ELEVENTH ROW: 




SANDRA ANN LIRETTE 
ELLEN MARIE LITTLE 
JOHN H. LLOYD 
JAMES W. LOGAN 
MARY MAXINE LONG 


Waveland 

Florence 

Mobile. Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala 






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JANICE MAE LONNBORG 
SID E. LOUIS 
JOHN ANDREW LOUP 
WILLIAM J. LOVETTE 
KENNETH G. LOWE 



SECOND RO W.- 
CHARLES F. LUCAS, JR. 
ELIZABETH ANN LUSK 
DIANNE GLORIA LUTRICK, 
JOYCE MARIE LYLE, SSZ 
LINDA L. McCALIP 



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Pass Christian 

Laurel 

Bay St. Louis 

Moss Point 

Mobile, Ala. 



ASA 



THIRD ROW: 

SANDRA LYNN McCALL, KA 

JUNE ELIZABETH McCASKILL. IIB+ 

SHARON McCOWN 

SYLVIA LYNN McCOY 

ELLEN WELCH McCURDlE, XJ) 



FOURTH ROW: 
ELIZABETH ANN McDANIEL 
SUSAN L. McDANIEL 
ROBERT SHELLEY McDAVID 
FRANCES OZELLA McDOWALL 
DIANNE LEE McFATTER 



FIFTH ROW: 

RICHARD E. McGILRRAY 
BARBARA JEAN McGREGOR, ASA 
PAMELA ANNE McGUIRE 
MARTHA SUE McILWAIN 
MARY ANNE McINNIS 



SIXTH ROW: 
LINDA DIANE McKAY , Xfi 
JOHN N. McKENDREE 
WANDA F. McKEY, AZ 
THOMAS LOUIS McKIBBEN 
NANCY SUE McMAHAN 



SEVENTH ROW: 
CLAYTON W. McNAIR 
ROBERT LLOYD McNAMEE 
DONALD WENDELL McNEIL 
CAROLYN DIANE McRANEY 
IV A DOYLYN McRANEY 



EIGHTH ROW: 
ANN McWHORTER, AAA 
SKIPPER ARTHUR MacDONALD 
THOMAS NORMAN MADDOX 
GLORIA KATE MAGEE 
MARY NELL MAGEE 



NINTH ROW: 

ANDREA CLAIR MAGLATHLIN 

JOHN E. MALANCHAK 

CHARLES W. MALONE 

CAROLE DIANNE MALONE, ASA 

JIMMIE CLYDE MANGUM 



TENTH ROW: 
VENNIS C. MANNING 
JOHN GORDON MANUEL, JR. 
BETTY LEE MAPLES 
CAROLYN D. MARKLEY 
JUNE ELLEN MARLER 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
DONNA GAIL MARSHALL 
WILLIAM RODERICK MARSHALL 
MARILYNN K. MARTIN 
BETTY L. MARTINDALE 
JANET M. MASON 



Ithaca, N.Y. 

Biloxi 

Jackson 

Gulfport 

Natchez 



Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Columbia 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



t. Hood, Texas 

Columbia 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Columbus 

Pascagoula 

Yazoo City 



Bogalusa, La 

Bradenton, Fla. 

Metarie, La. 

Laurel 

Pascag iiila 



Ridgeland 

Jackson 

Magee 

Petal 

Bassfield 



Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Florala. Ala. 

Jackson 

Tylertown 



Brandon 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Jackson 



Ph'ladelphia 

Tylertown 

Vancleave 

Alexandria, Va. 

Jackson 



Dayton, Ohio 

Gulfport 

Smithdale 

New Orleans, La. 

Lucedale 



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FIRST RO W.- 




MARY SUSAN MATHEWS 
JOY ELAINA MAY 
JUNE KAY MEADOWS 
JOHN E. MELTON 
CHARLES C. MERRILL 


Centreville 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mendenhall 

Grenada 

Ocean Springs 


SECOND RO W.- 




IRA JOEL MIDDLEBERG 
DAVID LOUIS MIDDLETON 
JOHN LARRY MIER 
DIANNE MILLER 
GAIL MARILYN MILLER 


New Orleans, La. 

Vicksburg 

Forest 

Columbia 

Woodville 


THIRD ROW: 




IAMES LELAND MILLER 
LORMA REDA MILLER 
NANCY SUZANNE MILLER 
SUSAN LOUISE MILLER 
NORMA ELAINE MILLS 


Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Purvis 

Biloxi 

Picayune 


FOURTH ROW: 




MARBURY ELIZABETH MIMS Birmingham 
DANNY F. MITCHELL Corpus Christie, Texas 
DOUGLAS K. MITCHELL Biloxi 
GARY COOLEY MITCHELL Laurel, Delaware 
JOE RUSSELL MOFFETT Gulf port 


FIFTH ROW: 




CAROLYN EDNA MOORE, S2S 
DIANA LYNNE MOORE 
KAY DIANE MOORE 
PATRICIA ANN MOORE 
SUSAN RAE MOORE 


Woodville 
Enterprise 

Seminary 
Pascagoula 

Picayune 


SIXTH ROW: 




EMMETT W. MORRIS, JR. 
SHANNON G. MORRIS 
IRIS ELAINE MOSS 
SUSAN LYNN MOWERY 
JO NORA MULHOLLAND 


Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Moss 

Pass Christian 

Carthage 


SEVENTH ROW: 




MARY CELINA MULVIHILL 
MARTHA KAY MURRAY, *M 
TOMMY E. MYERS 
JOHN W. NEEFE 
NANCY J. NEFF, Xfi 


Natchez 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 

Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Norfolk, Va. 


EIGHTH RO W.- 




PHIL J. NEGRI 
RONNIE LLOYD NEGUS 
DONNA RUTH NELSON 
MARY THERESE NETTERVILLE 
PAULA K. NEWMAN 


New Orleans, La. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Columbia 

McComb 

Biloxi 


NINTH ROW: 




PARRICIER ILENE NICHOLS 
CHRISTIE SHARON NICHOLSON 
VERONICA ANN NIOLET 
CAROLYN ELIZABETH NIX 
CONNIE JEAN NIXON 


Magee 

Mobile. Ala. 

Pass Christian 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 


TENTH ROW: 




ELAINE R. NIXON 
JANET KING NOBLE 
MARY DORIS NOBLE 
JACQUELINE DIANNE NOBLES 
JUAN IT A LOUISE NUCKOLS 


Jackson 

Jackson, Ala. 

Fayette 

McComb 

Laurel 


ELEVENTH ROW: 




DONNA M. NUESSEN 
CHARLEEN ANN NULL 
RORY KEVIN O'CONNER 
CHERYL LYNN ODOM 
GARY ODOM, KS 


Quincy, III. 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



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FIRST ROW: 

RALPH STEVE OLIER 

JUDITH T. O'NEAL 

RICHARD DONALD OVERBY 

GAYE D. PACE 

MARY ELIZABETH PAGANO 



SECOND ROW: 

LUIS F. PAREDES 

DON LEE PARKER, *KT 

MARY CAROLYN PARKER, AAA 

VIRGINIA LYNN PARKER 

DOUGLAS TAYLOR PARKMAN 



THIRD ROW: 
NANCY LEE PARTRIDGE 
BARBARA ANN PATTERSON 
JANE MARIE PATTIE 
CAROLINE ELAINE PEACOCK 
CELESTE DIANNE PEEL 



FOURTH ROW: 

LINDA ELAINE PENNINGTON 

PATRICIA GAIL PENTON 

ANN SANDRA PERKINS 

PATTY PERKINS 

JANICE LYNN PHILLIPS, Xfi 



FIFTH RO W.- 
JOHN J. PIETRANGELO 
PAUL D. PINKSTON 
ANN ELIZABETH PITTMAN, AZ 
LINDA ELIZABETH PITTMAN 
J ANISE GREEN POLEWODA, *M 



SIXTH ROW: 
LUCILLE MARIE POLK 
VIRGINIA M. PONDER 
SHARRON DIANNE POPE 
BEVERLY DIANNE POOLE, 
ALBERT JACK PORTER 



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SEVENTH ROW: 
GLORIA GENE PORTER 
RALPH L. PORTER 
CAROL RAE PRATHER 
BEVERLY FAYE PRICE 
SAMUEL SCOTT PROTHO 



EIGHTH ROW: 
MARILYN A. PSENEIK, AZ 
KEITH PULES 
JACK EDWARD QUIN 
JAMES OWEN QUIN 
RONALD P. RAHAIM, K2 



Basic College 



Biloxi 

Riverview, Fla. 

Jackson 

Canton 

Pass Christian 



Lima, Peru 

Bay St. Louis 

Newton 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 



Philadelphia 

Hattiesburg 

Magnolia 

Belzoni 

Hattiesburg 



Mobile, Ala. 

Picayune 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Brookhaven 



Biloxi 

Dayton, Ohio 

Columbia 

Jackson, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Greenville 



Jackson 

Panama City, Fla. 

Meridian 

Greenville 

Hattiesburg 



Meridian 

Yazoo City 

Columbia 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Richton 






NINTH ROW: 

CLAIR CYNTHIA RAINEY 

DON R. RAINEY 

ROBBIE ELIZABETH RANDALL, 222 

CLIFTON E. RATCLIFF, JR. 

CARLOS W. RATCLIFF 



TENTH ROW: 

MARTHA A. RAWLS, AAA 

BENNIE G. RAWSON 

HAMILTON DYKES REBER, JR. 

JAMES W. REED 

OLLIE LEE REDD, JR. 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
MADELON C. REDD 
JENNIE L. REEVES 
TERRY ARLISS RESTER 
ERIC GEORGE REUTER 
SHARON LYNN RICH 



McCool 

Hattiesburg 

Columbus 

Hattiesburg 

Selma, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Carthage 

Petal 

Gulfport 

Natchez 



Laurel 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Shreveport, La. 

Long Beach 



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FIRST ROW: 

ELIZABETH RICHARDSON, *M Pensacola, Fla. 

LYNDA C. RICHARDSON Montgomery, Ala. 

WILLIAM ROBERT RICHERSON, JR. Booneville 

MERRY RICHMOND, Xfi Hattiesburg 

ELIZABETH RICHTER, AZA Mississippi City 



SECOND ROW: 
JOHNNIE H. RIEBEN 
WILLIAM CHARLES RIEDEL 
LARRY M. RIGBY 
FRANK EARL RIGGS, K2 
BETTY ANN RIMMER, AAA 



THIRD ROW: 

OLIVER L. ROBBINS 

RITA JOYCE ROBBINS 

DON ROBERTS 

BARBARA BETH ROBERTS, AAA 

BILLY C. ROBERTS, *KT, 



FOURTH ROW: 

ROSA L. ROBERTS 

BEVERLY NELLE ROBINSON, KA 

FRANCES HULEN ROBINSON, 4>M 

I AMES EDWARD ROBSON 

GARY N. ROCKWELL, K2 



FIFTH ROW: 

JOHN ANDREW RODGERS 

SUSAN HAMILTON RODGERS 

ROY J. RODRIQUEZ, 2*E 

BETTYE J. ROOD 

PEGGY JEAN ROPER 



SIXTH ROW: 
ROY LAMAR ROSS, ATS) 
LANEY M .ROSS 
WEBSTER HARRY ROWAN 
KAREN DENISE ROWE 
RITA JEAN ROWZEE 



SEVENTH ROW: 
CATHERINE IRENE ROYALS 
RITA LOUISE RUNNELS 
JAKE J. RUNFALO 
MARGARET RUSHING 
DOROTHY DALE RUSSELL, AAA 



EIGHTH ROW: 
LYNN RUSSELL, KA 
NANCY MARIE RYAN 
SERENA A. SABLICH 
PAUL ALAN SALA, ATfi 
PATTY ANN SALIBA 



NINTH ROW: 

SARA JANE SANDERS 

SAMUEL THAD SANDIFER 

KENNETH WILLIAM SARSUANJA 

BETTY SASSER 

STUART L. SAUCIER 



TENTH ROW: 
PAMELA D. SAVARESE 
VIRGINIA ELLEN S BARD ELLA 
IAMES A. SCHOEK 
DONNA SCHWINLER, KA 
GINNY SCOTT 



ELEVENTH ROW: " 
CORI A. SEIDELMANN 
DANA LEIGH SELLIER 
DALE LEE SHACKELFORD 
DIANA RUTH SHAW 
]OHN DANIEL SHECKS 



Bay Minette, Ala. 

Carlstadt, N.J. 

Forest 

Hattiesburg 

Canton 



Natchez 

Columbia 

Jackson 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Biloxi 



Quitman 

Waynesboro 

Jackson 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Portsmouth, N.H. 



Lansing, N.Y. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Gulfport 

Picayune 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Memphis, Tenn. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Raymond 

Chula Vista, Calif. 

Laurel 



Lumberton 

Long Beach 

Bogalusa, Li. 

Petal 

Bay St. Louis 



Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 
Prentiss 
New Orleans, La. 
Sumrall 
Gulfport 



Handsboro 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Carthage 



Flossmoor, III. 

Bay St. Louis 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Bellefontainc 

Mattoon, III. 






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F//J.ST ROW: 

MARY J. SHEELY 

SANDRA LYNN SHELBY 

JOY A. SHEPARD 

SHERRY LYNN SHERRY 

CLIFFORD ANDERSON SHIELDS, 



SECOND ROW: 
BRENDA JOYCE SHOCKLEY 
BRENDA RAE SHOEMAKE 
JAN D. SHOEMAKER 
MINDA CAROL SHURDEN 
CHRISTOPHER GALEN SIGLER 



THIRD ROW: 
ELIZABETH LOUISE SILLS 
KIM K. SIMEN 
JIMMY T. SIMPSON 
LARRY BARTON SIMPSON 
WILLIAM YOHE SIMPSON 



FOURTH ROW: 
DAVID R. SIZEMORE 
RONALD W. SLAUGHTER 
THOMAS WILLIAM SLAUGHTER 
WILLIAM ERSKINE SLAYTON 
ADRIENNE L. SMITH 



FIFTH ROW: 
DIANE D. SMITH 
GERALDING SMITH 
JENELLE FRANCES SMITH 
ETTA LEE SMITH 
LINDA JO SMITH 



SIXTH ROW: 
MICHAEL L. SMITH 
STEPHANIE MARIE SMITH, AZ 
SUSAN REBECCA SMITH, Xfi 
SCOTT J. SMITH 
BRUCE ALLEN SMYTHE 



SEVENTH ROW: 
DAVID B. SNEED 
JEFFRY ALAN SOLOMON 
BETTY LOU SPEIGHTS 
CHARLIE STANGE, KS 
RACHEL C. STANLEY 



EIGHTH ROW: 
LILLI MARIE STAUSS 
PAUL L. STAUTER 
TERESA ANN STEGALL 
WAYNE DUST IN E STEPHENS 
BRIAN E. STEVENS 



NINTH ROW: 
CAROL ANN STEVENS 
SUSAN STEVENSON, AZ 
JOYCE ELLIN STEWART 
MARY K. STEWART 
PATSY STEWART 



TENTH ROW: 
HARRY STILL, JR. 
CHARLES A. STOGNER, JR. 
JOY LISBETH STONE, *M 
JANE ROSE STOUFER 
WILLIAM JAMES STECHMANN 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
LONNIE SHEPERD STRICKLIN 
JAMES W. STRINGER 
JESSE LaRAY STRINGER 
MICHAEL STRINGER 
JOHN A. STRINGFELLOW 



Pelahatchie 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Tupelo 

JR. Mobile, Ala. 



Mobile, Ala. 

Petal 

Petal 

Starkville 

Jackson- 



Jackson 
Hattiesburg 

Morton 
Moss Point 

Wiggins 



Petal 

Chesapeake, Va. 

Pearlington 

Pensacola 

Picayune 



Jena, La. 

Ovette 

Jackson, Ala. 

Columbia 

Pascagoula 



Escatawpa 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Jackson 

Moss Point 



Long Beach 

Lucedalc 

Columbia 

New Orleans, La. 

Isola 



Jackson 

Moss Point 

Jackson 

Canton 

Bridgeton, N.J. 



Jackson 

Mobile, Ala. 

Magee 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Hazelhurst 



Bay Minette, Ala. 

Tylertown 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 



Yazoo City 

Madison 

Tylertown 

Columbia 

Mobile, Ala. 





Freshmen 



FIRST ROW: 

ALTON WAYNE STUART 
FRAN A. SULLIVAN, Xfi 
HOWARD LEE SULLIVAN 
RODNEY DALE SULLIVAN 
CYNTHIA LOUISE SWEENEY 



SECOND ROW: 
MARY EILEEN SZYMANSKI 
ROBERT LOREN TAGG 
NICK B. TARTAVOULLE 
GREGORY ANDREW TAYLOR 
LAMAR ROBERTS TAYLOR, KA 



THIRD ROW: 
ROBERT D. TERKEURST 
BARON WALTER THAMES 
fOHN R. THAMES, *KT 
LOUISE DOROTHY THATCHER 
HARRY F. THOMAS 



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Hattiesburg 

Vicksburg 

Lucedale 

Mt. Olive 

Canton 



Pass Christian 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Hattiesburg 

Metairie, La. 

Durant 



Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Panama City, Fla. 



FOURTH ROW: 

JUDITH ANN THOMAS 

LONA B. THOMAS 

LINDA KATHERINE THOMPSON, KA 

GEORGIA LYNN THOMPSON 

VIVIAN ANN THOMPSON 



FIFTH ROW: 

JANE THOMPSON 
JEFFREY D. THOMPSEN 
LARRY DEWAYNE TIMOTHY 
TODD K. TODD 
WILLIAM W. TOOLE 



SIXTH ROW: 
GEORGE F. TOUART, KA 
BOBBY RICHARD TOWNSEND 
DEBORAH LYNN TOWNSEND 
DONALD GAYE TOWNSEND 
1EANNENE ANN TOWNSEND 



Tylertown 
Knoxville 
Columbia 
Vicksburg 
Gautier 



Valparaiso, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Mobile. Ala. 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Moselle 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Kilmiehad 



SEVENTH ROW: 
JUDY C. TOY, *M 
BEVERLY ANN TRASK 
THOMAS ARLIN TRATLER 
JAY DENNIS TROCHESSET 
TRESS ALWIN TYLER 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JAMES R. TRUE 

RICHARD CHARLES TUCKER 

ROXANNE TYVOLL 

PETER FRANCIS ULMER 

ENRIQUE S. UMBERT 



NINTH ROW: 

JANE UTZ 

WILKY NEAL VAUGHN 

WILLIAM PATRICK VALENTINE 

EDWIN ALBERT VEDRENNE, JR. 

ANTENOR VELAZCO 



TENTH ROW: 

DOROTHY H. VIA 

WILLIAM THOMAS VINCENT 

CHARLES ANDREW WADE, ATfi 

JANET LEIGH WADE 

GEORGE D. WALKER 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
DEA TRA SHA WN WALLER 
WILLIAM L. WALLER 
MARGARET LANETTE WALLIS 
FRANCES A. WALKER, IIB* 
PAMELA P. WALKER, AZ 



Port Charlotte, Fla. 

Bogalusa, La. 

Crystal Springs 

Biloxi 

Pascagoula 



Gulf port 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Columbia 

Arequipa, Peru 



Yazoo City 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Laurel 

Natchez 

Lima, Peru 



Mobile, Ala. 

Gulfport 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 



Laurel 

Laurel 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Heidelberg 



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RICHARD D. WARD 
ADELE MILDRED WARE 
RAMON K. WATSON 
JOAN MARIE WEBB, AAA 



SECOND ROW: 
SUSAN ELLEN WEESE 
GAIL LYNN WESSER-KRELL 
JOAN B. WEIR 
THOMAS C. WELLS 
DAVID OSCAR WHITE 



THIRD ROW: 

MARY LOUISE WHITE 
PI J I PIERCE WHITE 
ROBERTA A. WHITE 
DONNA JEAN WHITEHEAD 
MARGARET D. WHYTE 



FOURTH ROW: 
LINDA S. WILKES 
BRAGG E. WILLIAMS, IIKA 
ELWIN J. WILLIAMS 
JEAN WILLIAMS, KA 
JOEL ALLEN WILLIAMS 



FIFTH ROW: 
MARGARET L. WILLIAMS 
SANDRA KAY WILLIAMS, AZ 
JODY KATHRYN WILLIAMSON 
JOHN STEPHEN WILSON 
LINDA FAY WILSON 



SIXTH ROW: 

NORMA LUCILLE WILSON 
WILLIAM B. WILSON 
JUDITH ANN WINDHAM 
LINDA JOAN WINDHAM 
DANIEL TROY WINGERT 



SEVENTH ROW: 

ALAN CHARLES WISE 

TONY O. WISE 

SUSAN I. WITTERS, AAA 

ALBERT W. WOODARD III, KA 

POLLY E. WODDELL, Xfi 



EIGHTH ROW: 

JANERA FRANCENNE WOODSON 

JOYCE T. WOODWARD 

LOYCE M. WOODWARD 

JEFFRY E. WRIGHT 

LINDA ANN WRIGHT 



NINTH ROW: 
POLLY WRIGHT 
THOMAS C. YANDELL 
GINGER RUTH YEATES 
LINDA GAIL YELVERTON, ASA 
SIDNEY R. YELVERTON 



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Louisville 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 

Escatawpa 

A.F.B., Fla. 



Dayton, Ohio 

Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 

Newton 

McComb 

Jackson 



TENTH ROW: 
DORIS L. V. YOUELL 
JOHN EUGENE ZUPKO, 



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Prentiss 

Bay St. Louis 

Crestview, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 



Los Angeles, Calif. 

Poplarville 

Bogalusa, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Ocean Springs 

Laurel 

Grove Hill, Ala. 

Jackson 

Prentiss 



Hattiesburg 

Atmore, Ala. 

Sander sonville 

Morton 

Yazoo City 



Plant City, Fla. 

Statesville, N.C. 

Biloxi 

Gulf port 

Yazoo City 



Hattiesburg 

Petal 

Petal 

St. Joseph, III. 

Columbia 



Hattiesburg 

South Bend, Ind. 

Canton 

Jackson 

Madison 



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FIRST ROW: 

EDWARD JENKINS ADAMS, KA 
GLENN F. ADAMS 
JANIS MARIE ADAMS 
CATHERINE C. AGERTON 
BETSY L. ADLERMAN 



SECOND ROW: 
ROBERT D. ALEXANDER 
LINDA L. AMACKER, Xfi 
SANNA REA ANDERSON 
TED ERIC ANDERSON 
SHELIA MARIE ANKERS EN 



THIRD ROW: 

GEORGE MICHAEL ARMSTEAD 

ELIZABETH ANN ARMOUR 

ANN ARMUS 

CAROLYN JEAN ARMSTRONG, KA 

GWENDOLYN ELAINE ARMSTRONG 



FOURTH ROW: 

[AMES ROBERT ARRINGTON 

EVELOYN CHRISTOPHER ASHLEY 

PEGGY ANN AULTMAN 

ANITA M. BAGGETT 

VIRGINIA ANNE BAILEY 



FIFTH ROW: 

JAMES FRANKLIN BALL 
NANCY ELIZABETH BARKER 
GEORGE ROBIN BARNHILL 
KATHRYN ANN BARRETT 
BETHANY B. BARRON, IIB* 



SIXTH ROW: 

DEBORAH JANE BARRON 
BETTY J. BATS ON 
BLANCH SUE BEARD 
NANCY LYNN BEARDEN 
THOMAS A. BENIGNO 



SEVENTH ROW: 
DAVID M. BERRY, ATfl 
MI MS W. BERRY 
BENJAMIN H. BEST, 2AE 
JAMES HARN BIEDEN, 2A2 
OTIS WILLIAM BIGGS 



EIGHTH ROW: 
DALE ROGER BILBO 
BRUCE BLACK WELL 
WAYNE LOUIS BLANCH ARD 
BARBARA FAYE BLOUNT 
MARY SUSAN BLOUNT 



NINTH ROW: 
MARTH KAY BLUE, AAA 
PATRICIA ANN BLUMER 
LOUIS EDWARD BOND 
ALICE REBECCA BOONE, Afi 
ESTHER MARIE BOSCHE 



TENTH ROW: 

MICHAEL C. BOUD 

DORIS ANN BOY KIN 

HENRY SACTONSTALL BRADLEY 

TRAVIS EARL BREWEE 

GERALD TRUITT BRIDGES 



ELEVENTH ROW: 

WILLIAM RUDOLPH BRIGNAC 

CHARLES EDWARD BRITTON 

CARROLL DALE BROOME 

PHILIP E. BROU 

N. MICHAEL BROWN, KZ 



Jackson 

Slidell, La. 

Gilbertown, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Yazoo City 



Hattiesburg 

Bogalusa, La. 

Lucedale 

Yazoo City 
Mobile, Ala. 



Meridian 

Ellisville 

Mobile, Ala. 

Moss Point 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 
Greenwood 

Hattiesburg 
Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 



Melbourne, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Loxley, Ala. 

Picayune 

Columbia 



Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Tylertown 

Tylertown 

Bay St. Louis 



Hattiesburg 

New Hebron 

Pascagoula 

Vicksburg 

Osyka 



Hattiesburg 
Mendenhall 
Hattiesburg 
Millry, Ala. 
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Gulfport 

Gulf port 

Petal 

Meridian 

Columbia 



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Pascagoula 

McCall Creek 

Gulfport 

Prentiss 



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Hattiesburg 

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Jackson 

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TASWELL MARCELLE BROWN 
RUTH ELAINE BRUNER 
BILLIE KAY BRYANT 
MAURICE WAYNE BRYANT 
GAYLE BUCK 



SECOND ROW: 
EDWIN L. BUCKLEY, JR. 
LINDA ANN BUFKIN 
WILLIAM L. BURGER 
RONALD TRUETT BURKS 
BARBARA ELAINE BURNS, KA 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Crestview, Fla. 

Pine Knot, Ky. 

Robertsdale, Ala. 



Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

VIRGINIA ANN BURR Birmingham, Ala. 

JEAN ADAM BURT Pass Christian 

CAROLYN JEAN BUTTLES, ASA Hattiesburg 

CURTIS LAMAR CAIN Clara 

JOSEPH DELCAMBRE CALAHAN, 2AE New Iberia, La. 



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FOURTH ROW: 
CHARLOTTE M. CALHOUN 
JANIS ELAINE CAMPBELL, AAA 
PAMELA ELIZABETH CANFIELD 
GLENN ALAN CANTY, ITKA 
SANDRA JOY CARR 



FIFTH ROW: 

MARGARET MERIE CARTER 
MILLARD F. CARTER III 
ALLEN JOSEPH CEGELSKI 
CECIL J. CHAMBLISS 
ERNEST Y. CHAN 



SIXTH ROW: 

PATSY JO CHANCE, AAA 

JAN VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN 

KAPPY CLARK 

LISA JOANNE CLARK, KA 

MARY CLAIRE CLARK 



SEVENTH ROW: 
ROGER CLARK 
NANCY V. CLINE 
ROBBIE ERNESTINE COBB 
SCARLETT COCKREY 
PATRICIA ALICE COLLINS 



EIGHTH ROW: 
SUBREY L. COLLUM 
NORMA LYNN COOK 
PAMELA LOUISE COOK 
PRINCY COOK, XU 
DANIEL M. COOPER 



NINTH ROW: 
EVELYN L. COOPER 
NORMA KAY COOPER 
SANDRA LYNN CORBITT 
ROY LEE CORNETT 
LEONA H. COURTNEY 



TENTH ROW: 
MARGARET LYNN COX 
RAYMOND WEBSTER COX 
NANCY DENISE CRAFT 
TERRY WAYNE CRESS 
DAVID P. CUEVAS 



ELEVENTH ROW: 

ROBERT HILTON CULLEFER 

NICKIE CUMMINGS 

MARION PATRICIA DANIEL, XQ 

CAROL SUE DANSBY 

GEORGE R. DARDEN 



Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Purvis 

Meridian 

Iula 



Sandhill 

Cordele, Ga. 

McKees Rock, Pa. 

Hattiesburg 

Greenville 



Petal 

Biloxi 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Brookhaven 



Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Clarksdale 

Jackson 

Fayette 



Jackson 

Jackson 

West Point 

Bay St. Louis 

Gulf port 



Montgomery 

Waynesboro 

Meridian 

Meridian 

Bassfield 



Gulfport 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Saucier 



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Fulton 

Biloxi 

Quitman 

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FIRST ROW: 

BOBBY JEAN DAVIDSON, AAA 
BARBARA A. DAVIS, *M 
CHARLOTTE SUE DAVIS 
GEORGE JOSEPH DAVIS 
MARY KATHERINE DAVIS 



SECOND ROW: 

STEVE RANDALL DAVIS 

TIMOTHY JOSEPH DAVIS 

BOBBY DAY 

MARY EVELYN DAY 

PAMELA DIANE DEAN 



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Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 
Edwards 
Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 



Shugualak 

Pascagoula 

Walton Beach, Fla. 

Natchez 

Chunky 



THIRD ROW: 

HARRY ESCHOL DENTON, JR., 2AE 

LEO ANTHONY DeORNELLAS 

GERALD CYRIL DeSTEFANO 

ANN R. DEVEREAUX 

THOMAS A. DEWS 



FOURTH ROW: 

HELEN LUCILE DICKEY 

WILLIAM P. DICKEY, JR., 2AE 

FORREST ALTON DICKSON 

BARBARA MARIE DIGGS 

REBECCA ANTOINETTE DILLARD, 222 



Mobile, Ala. 

Foxworth 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Monticello 

Lucien 

Jackson 

Brooksville, Fla. 



Laurel 



FIFTH ROW: 

ROBERT MILTON DISTIN, ATO 
CAROL ANN DIVER, 222 
L. WILLIAM DUCKER, 2*E 
WANDA FRANCES DUNNAM 
GEORGE A. DWYER 



SIXTH ROW: 

RAY LYNN DWYER 

RUTH ELAINE DYE 

J AN IS DYESS 

JENNIFER EICHELBERGER, ASA 

HERBERT BARNES EVANS 



Washington, D.C. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Purvis 

Prichard, Ala. 

St. Francisville, La. 



St. Francisville, La. 

Lucedale 

Columbia 

Morton 

Hattiesburg 



SEVENTH ROW: 

JOHN MARLYN EVANS II 

[AMES CARROL EVERETT 

LINDA NELL EVERETT 

SHERRYE LOUISE ETHRIDGE, AAA 

LIBBY D. FALCON, XQ 



EIGHTH ROW: 
DIANE FANT, 222 
RAYMOND GEORGE FARMER 
SYLVIA A. FEATHERSTON 
PEGGY LYNN FINDLEY 
ROBERT SHERWOOD FELLOWS 



NINTH ROW: 

CHARLES HENRY FERMAN 

MAURICE GEORGE FIKES 

L. DON FILLINGAME, K2 

ALLEN FLEMING 

FRED H. FLETCHER 



TENTH ROW: 

BETTY ANN FLY 

JO ANN FLY NT 

JERONE SKIPPER FLUMMER 

NANCY ANN FOLEY 

CAROL V. FOSTER 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
LYNDA A. FORD, XO 
PAMELA A. FORTE, AAA 
EARL JACOB FOX, JR. 
RALPH FRUM 
SUSAN R. FRENCH, ASA 



Picayune 

Seminary 

Jackson 

Petal 

Amite, La. 



Robertsdale. Ala. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Jackson 

Lucedale 

Pascagoula 



Slidell, La. 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Prentiss 

Hattiesburg 



Natchez 

Jackson 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Clarksdale 

Pascagoula 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, La. 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 






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JIMMIE ROBERT GABUCCI 
MARGARET JO GAMBLE, 222 
JAMES KENT GANDY 
JAMES H. GARNER, K2 
GISSY ANN GAIRN 



SECOND ROW: 
MILDRED GATEWOOD 
ROY JOSEPH GAUTHE 
CYNTHIA ANN GAUETTE 
WAYNE THOMAS GEISEL 
WILLIAM MARTIN GEOGHEGAN 



THIRD ROW: 
MARTHA CAROL GIBBS 
JANIS NADENE GILBERT 
JEANNE GILLESPIE 
SUE E. GOLDEN 
MARJORIE MARIE GOULD 



Greenville 

Ocean Springs 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Greenwood 



Laurel 

Gulf port 

Natchez 

Philipsburg, Pa. 

Natchez 



Summit 

Prichard, Ala. 

Natchez 

Petal 

Mobile, Ala. 



FOURTH ROW: 
LAURA INEZ GOYER 
BARBARA NELL GRAHAM 
DON MICHAEL GRAHAM 
ELSIE ANN CRANBERRY, ASA 
MARY GRACE GRANTHAM 



Hattiesburg 

Blooming Grove, Tex. 

Petal 

Jackson 

Hampton, Va. 



FIFTH ROW: 
HERBERT J. GRAY 
DENNIS CRAIG GRISLAM 
RODNEY JOSEPH GULLO, KA 
MARCO ANTONIO GUIDIAN 
MARGUERITE ELIZABETH GUNN 



SIXTH RO W.- 
MIRIAM ALICE HACKETT 
EDWARD TELFORD HAGLER 
HELEN GRACE HALBERT 
PENNY ANNE HALE, XU 
CANDACE ELIZABETH HALL 



SEVENTH ROW: 

WES HALL 

JUDY KAY HALLENUS, AZA 

DON LARRY HAMLIN 

E. HAM MACK 

BOBBY ODELL HAMMOND 



EIGHTH ROW: 

PATRICIA JUNE HAMMONS, AAA 

DEA HANSON, ASA 

ELIZABETH CAROL HARDAGE, KA 

EDNA JANE HARDY 

NORWOOD R. HARMON 



NINTH RO W.- 
PAULA MARIA HARPER 
JAMES EDWARD HARRIS 
MARTHA A. HARRIS, IIB* 
SANDRA LYNN HARRISON 
CARL RAY HARTNESS 



TENTH ROW: 
LYNN E. HARVIN 
CHARLOTTE ANN HARWELL 
BARBARA A. HAYLES, Xfi 
SHIRLEY ANNE HAZZLERIGG, AZ 
MARTHA ELIZABETH HELM 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
DAVID HUGH HELTON 
LINDA CAROL HERBLOOM 
MAURICE G. HERRINGTON 
LINDA LOU HERROD 
RONALD GENE HERROD 



Hattiesburg 

Ripley 

Gulf port 

Leon, Nicaragua 

Laurel 



Jackson 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Columbus 

Poplarville 

Biloxi 



Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, La. 

Panama City, Fla. 

Woodville 

Morgantown 



Laurel 

Pascagoula 

Petal 

Quitman 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Forest 

Jackson 



Mobile, Ala. 

Corinth 

McComb 

Vicksburg 

Biloxi 



Petal 

Jackson 

Carson 

Hattiesburg 

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FIRST ROW: 

DILLIE JEAN HERROD, AZ 
JANE ELLEM HIGH 
NEENA KAY HILL 
ALAN L. HINSON 
CHERYLE DIANE HINSON 



SECOND ROW: 
CAROL JEAN HINTON 
RICHARD B. HINTON 
RONALD PATRICK HODGES 
MARY DIANE HOLDER 
TERRY LYNN HOLIFIELD 



THIRD ROW: 

MARY KATHERINE HOLMAN, AZ 
LINDA ANN HOLMES 
KAY HOLMES, *M 
PAUL RUSSELL HOLMES 
GENE HORNE 



FOURTH ROW: 

MIKE D. HOUPT 

CHARLIE VARDAMAN HOUSE 

DELL MARY HOVEN 

WALTER LEE HOWARD 

LEWIS DAVID HOWELL 



FIFTH RO W.- 
JUDITH BRYAN HONEYCUTT 
GEORGE DONALD HOPPE 
JAN HOWELL 
JoANN HOWZE 
LINDA DALE HULSE 



Vicksburg 

Gulf port 

Memphis, Term. 

Tylertown 

Natchez 



Gloster 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Jackson 

Moss Point 

Laurel 



Benoit 

Prentiss 

McComb 

Clinton 

Panama City, Fla. 



Ridgeland 

Moss Point 

Lucedale 

Crystal Springs 

Columbus 



Jackson 

Mobile, Ala 

Hattiesburg 

Mary Esther 

Biloxi 



SIXTH ROW: 

FRANCES MAGDALENE HUTCHISON Baton Rouge, 

La. 
JAMES RONNIE IDOM Natchez 

JOSEPH ENGLAND 1VISON Natchez 

RAYMOND JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. New Orleans, La. 
RUSSELL W. JEWETT Latham, N.Y. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

LINDA ANITA JOHNSON 

SUSAN DIANE JOHNSON 

B. T. JONES 

DIANE JONES, AZ 

DONALD HILBURN JONES 



EIGHTH ROW: 
LYNN J. JONES 
JAMES W. JONES 
REBECCA JONES, AZ 
ROSA LYNN JONES 
SHIRLEY DIANE JONES 



NINTH ROW: 
SUSAN DIANE JONES 
WALTER L. JONES 
BYRON EVERET JORDAN 
1AMES DARRYL JORDAN 
JANE L. JORDAN 



TENTH ROW: 

BARBARA HADEN KEARNEY 
DORIS LOUISE KEENE 
WILLIAM N. KEETON, KA 
DANIEL CURTIS KELLICK 
ANN KELLY 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
ANN KENNEDY, ASA 
LOUISE CAROL KIEFER 
JACKIE M. KINGSTON 
MARILYN KLABUNDE 
FREDERIC WILLIAM KLOMAN 



Quitman 

Meridian 

Bogalusa, La. 

Pascagoula 

Magee 



Hattiesburg 

Rovie 

Petal 

Jackson 

Laurel 



Vicksburg 

Moss Point 

Warner Robins, Ga. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 



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Hattiesburg 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Bentonia 



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Hattiesburg 

Bay St. Louis 

Brandon 

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JOHN BURG KRAUSER 
JOHN OHLER KRAMER 



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ANN ELIZABETH LADNER 
CARVIN JOHN LADNER 
MARILYN RUTH LADNER 
EARL P. La GRAIZE, IIKA 
LOUIE JAMES LAMBERT 



Esteli, Nicaragua 

Collins 

Richton 

Montreal, Canada 

Bay St. Louis 



Glendale, Mo 

Lizana 

Lumberton 

Chalmette , La. 

Warner Robins, Ga. 



THIRD ROW: 

DAVID ODELL LANE 

BARRY E. LANGFORD 

EDNA LU LANGLEY 

EDWARD JOSEPH LANGTON, IIKA 

WILLIAM EUGENE LAWSON 



FOURTH ROW: 
DOROTHY SUE LEACH 
RAYMON QUIN LEAKE 
ROBERT ERNEST LEARD III 
JAMES ALBERT LEE 
THOMAS L. LEE 



FIFTH RO W.- 
LYNN ETTE MARIE LEE 
WILLIAM MAX LEE 
VIRGINIA R. LEO 
FRANCES GERTRUDE LEROY 
BETTY IRENE LETCHWORTH 



SIXTH ROW: 

JUDYTH H. LIGHTSEY 

LINDA KATHERINE LITTLE, AAA 

JOSEPH LESTER LOMAX 

WILLIAM LESLIE LOMAX 

CHARLES T. LOMBARDO 



SEVENTH ROW: 
BRENDA GAIL LONG 
D ANN YE WAYNE LONG 
VIRGINIA C. LOONEY 
PATRICIA L. LOPER, AZA 
SHERRY FAY LOPER 



EIGHTH ROW: 
THERON EDGAR LOTT 
PATRICIA ANN LOVE 
KENNETH LEE MADDEN 
SUSAN LEIGH MADDOX. 222 
STEPHEN ROY MAGEE 



NINTH ROW: 
PEGGY A. MALONEY, XO 
CLAYTON BENNETT MANNING 
ROBERT RONALD MANNING 
MARY JO MARINOVICH 
PATRICIA ANN MARLING 



TENTH ROW: 
PERRY WAYNE MARTIN 
LORETTA JAN MATULICH 
SYBIL ANN MARTY, IIB* 
GARY L. MERRITT 
BARBARA JEAN MILLER 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
MARTHA FAYE MILLER 
PHILLIP LEE MILSTEAD 
JOSEPH VERNON MITCHAM 
WILLIAM J. MITCHELL 
DANNY WAYNE MONTGOMERY 



Mobile, Ala. 

Jayess 

Greenville 

Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 



Pascagoula 

Columbia 

Hattiesburg 

Mt. Olive 

Vicksburg 



Jackson 

Pinola 

Vicksburg 

Biloxi 

State Line 



Sandersville 

Alexandria, Va. 

Chatom, Ala. 

Chatom, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Brandon 

Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 



Hattiesburg 

Quitman 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Jackson 



Jackson 

Philadelphia 

Jackson 

Biloxi 

Hazlehurst 



Columbia 

Columbia 

Casper, Wyo. 

Tupelo 

Hattiesburg 



Hazlehurst 
Silverhill, Ala. 

Pelahatchie 
Ocean Springs 

Hattiesburg 





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FIRST ROW: 

LINDA GAIL MONTGOMERY 
SABRE A. MONTGOMERY 
SANDRA JEANNE MOON 
BRUCE C. MOORE 
RODGER CALY MOORE 



SECOND ROW: 
BETTY FAYE MORGAN 
BRENDA JOYCE MORGAN 
DONNIE G. MORGAN 
MARTIN A. MORREALE 
BOBBY JEAN MORRIS, KA 



THIRD ROW: 

WILLIAM F. MULHERIN 

WANDA ANN MURRAH, ASA 

PATRICIA ELIZABETH MURPHY, AZ 

FRANCES M. MYERS 

SUSAN CLAIRE McBRIDE 



FOURTH ROW: 

FRANK FOSTER McCANN 

JEANNIE CELESTE McCAIN 

GAYLE REBECCA McCAFFREY 

VERA C. McCARTY 

SUSAN K1RKLAND McCLINTOCK 



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robert hill mccormick, iika 
gail elizabeth mccoy 
sharon kay mccraney 
mike t. Mcdonald, kz 

DOUGLAS B. McFALLS 



SIXTH ROW: 

FRANCES JAMES McGUINNESS 

DOUGLAS JAMES McHENRY 
CAREY UTHA MclNNIS 
LINDA ANN MclNNIS, KA 
WILLIAM THOMAS MclNNIS, K2 



SEVENTH ROW: 

LARRY WADE McKENNON 

MARILYN ELIZABETH McLENDON 

BEVERLY ANN McMASTER 

MIGUEL NAVEDA 

ANN NEELY 



EIGHTH ROW: 

CLAUDIA ALICE NEERGAARD 

MABEL ELAINE NELSON 

MARY ELIZABETH NELSON, AZ 

SYLVIA L. NELSON 

MARY EDITH NEWTON 



Brookhaven 

Yazoo City 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 



Lucedale 

Prichard, La. 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 



Mobile, Ala. 

Centreville 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Enterprise 



Jackson 

Gulfport 

Monticello 

Seminary 

Jackson 



Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 

Ridgeland 

Ocean Springs 



Puerto Limon, 

Costa Rico 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson, Ala. 

Laurel 

Meridian 



Yazoo City 

Grove Hill 

Benton 

Ima, Peru 

Jackson 



Knoxville , Tenn. 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Gulfport 



NINTH ROW: 
LYNDA LEE NOBLE 
LINDA KAY NOW LIN, IIB* 
MARY ANNETTE ODEN 
ANNA JANE ODOM, 222 
LARRY JOE ODOM 



TENTH ROW: 
REBECCA ANN ODOM 
LYNN M. O'DONNELL 
MICHAEL THOMAS OGLESBEE 
CATHY ANN OSER 
MIGUEL EDVARDO OSORES 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
J AN IS LYNN OWENS 
MARY BETH OUSLY 
MARGARET ELLEN PALMER 
SUSAN JANE PARKER 
CHARLES PARLIN 



Ocean Springs 

Baton Rouge, La. 

DeKalb 

Prairieville , La. 

Buckatunna 



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Ouett 

Pascagoula 

Picayune 

Piura, Peru 









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Gulfport 

Gulfport 

Zachary, La. 






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ELIZABETH KATHRYN PATTERSON 
MARGARET L. PEDEN, A2A 
GLENDA VEE PEEL 
BONNIE EUGENIA PERRITT 



SECOND ROW: 

SHELLEY WENDY PERCY, Xfl 

WALTER B. PERRY 

NICKIE S. PERRY MAN 

RICKEY H. PHELAN 

MARCO THORNTON PIRKLE, AAA 



THIRD ROW: 
MARY JO POLLMAN, AAA 
ARTHUR J. PORCARI 
JACQUE D. POSEY, AAA 
KIRBY FARMER POST 
MICHAEL GLEN POWELL, IIKA 



Moss Point 

Brookhaven 

Biloxi 

Quitman 

Waynesboro 



Waco, Texas 
Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 



Mobile, Ala. 

New Egypt, N.J. 

Petal 

Gulfport 

Bay Springs 



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FOURTH ROW: 
MARVIN S. PRESLAR 
DONALD H. PRESITTI, IIKA 
HAMILTON S. PRESTRIDGE 
PATRICIA ANN PREWITT 
CHARLOTTE ANN PRICE 



FIFTH ROW: 
DENNIS E. PRICE 
HENRY E. PRICE 
INGRID DAYNE PRICE, IIB* 
JANE MARTHA PRINE 
CHARLOTTE ANN QUICK 



SIXTH ROW: 
WILLIAM CRAIG QUIN 
TERRY ALTON QUINN 
CAROLE JEANNE RAGLAND 
JOE DAVID RANKIN 
JOEL S. RATCLIFF 



SEVENTH ROW: 
RICHARD DANIEL RAWLS 
JAMES ROBERT RAY BURN 
REBECCA MARIE RAYFIELD, 222 
GEORGE WILLIAM REDDING 
CLARA R. REEVES 



EIGHTH ROW: 
DON ALLEN REEVES 
CHARLES WILLIAM RHODES 
JOHN G. RHYMES 
JUDY ANNE RICHMOND 
CHARLOTTE LUCILLE ROBERTS 



NINTH ROW: 

RUBY FRANCES ROBERTS, 222 
BERNARD THOMAS ROBERTSON 
JUDY ANN ROBINSON 
FREDRICK CONNER ROBSON 
WILLIAM N. ROOK 



TENTH ROW: 
W. BURKETT ROSS 
RAYMOND LESLIE ROSS 
MARY LOUISE RUDD 
SHERRY LUCY RUDISILL 
DORCEL A. RUSSELL 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
DEWEY G. SADKA 
ERIN FAYE SALTER 
IMAZELLE SALTERS 
LARRY ERIC SANDERS 
GRACE ELLEN SANDERSON 



Jackson 

McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Hattiesburg 

Vicksburg 

Waveland 



Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Meridian 

Prentist 

Picayune 



McComo 

Bogalusa, La. 

Ocean Springs 

Magee 

Jackson 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Amory 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 

Walnut Grove 

Brookhaven 



Mobile, Ala. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Jackson 

Natchez 

Braxton 



Hattiesburg 

DeKalb 

Pascagoula 

Natchez 

Bay St. Louis 



Meridian 

Mobile, Aln. 

Hattiesburg 

Carthage 

Picayune 



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Sophomores Basic College 



FIRST ROW: 

ALLAN J. SARRAT 

ELIZABETH CECILE SAUCIER 

ROBERT D. SAUELL 

ROSE MARIE SCARBOROUGH 

RONNIE SCHIFANO 



SECOND ROW: 

KATHRYN ANN SCHLEDWITZ, IIB* 
GEORGE RONALD SCOTT 
SHARN LYNN SCRUGGS 
ELLSWORTH SECREST 
MICHAEL DUANE SEYM ORE 



THIRD ROW: 
PATRICIA DIANNE SHAW 
JOSEPH W. SHERRILL 
MICHAEL ANTHONY PAGANO 
SHERRY FRANCINE PIERCE, AAA 
PAMELA ATHELIE POOLE 



FOURTH ROW: 
DON L. SHIELDS 
LYDIA REBECCA SHIRLEY 
JOHN E. SHIVERS 
DAVID SHOEMAKE 
JAMES ALLEN SIMMONS 



FIFTH ROW: 

BETTY LOU SINGLEY 

WALTER EDWIN SIPES 

KATHERINE ELIZABETH SIMMONS 

MARY ELIZABETH SIMMONS, 222 

CECITA SLADE 



SIXTH ROW: 

HAZEL EVELYN SLADE 
MARY JANE SLAY 
CHARLOTTE A. SMALLEY 
JOYCE L. SMITH 
MARY SYLVIA SMET 



SEVENTH ROW: 
CANDACE L. SMITH, 222 
CHERYL L. SMITH, AAA 
DOUGLAS I. SMITH 
GLENDA KAYE SMITH, KA 
GLENN SHELTON SMITH 



EIGHTH ROW: 

GRETCHEN MARGOT SMITH 

JANEANE SMITH 

KEVIN DALE SMITH 

PEGGY TOM SMITH 

DIN A FAYE SNELLGROVE 



NINTH ROW: 

RICHARD DANIEL SONES 
ROBERT H. SPARKS 
CYNTHIA FAYE SPEED, A2A 
ANN STACHLER, KA 
WILLIAM STAINKEN 



TENTH ROW: 

BARBARA JANE STEPHENS 

FRED BUSH STETHENS 

FRANCES J. STONE, A2A 

INA JO STRAHAN, A2A 

BRENDA LORAINE STRICKLAND 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
ROLAND RAY STROUD 
RONALD DUANE SULLIVAN 
JAMEY LYN SUSHINSKI, A2A 
JAMES RANDY SWAN, *KT 
ROBERT S. SWINDLE 



Bay St. Louis 

Gulf port 

Rolling Fork 

Perkinston 

Biloxi 



Memphis, Tenn. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Vicksburg 

Long Beach 

Jackson 



Louisville 

Hattiesburg 

Pass Christian 

Jackson 

Ellisville 



Mobile, Ala. 

Laurel 

Prentiss 

Collins 

Natchez 



Gulf port 

Tucson, Ariz. 

Jackson 

McComb 

Hattiesburg 



Lumberton 

Quitman 

Hattiesburg 

Union Church 

Hattiesburg 



Gulfport 

Jackson 

Sidon 

Brookhaven 

Laurel 



Hattiesburg 

Valparaiso, Fla. 

Natchez 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 



Bay St. Louis 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Clinton 

Mississippi City 



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Cleveland 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Morton 

Panama City, Fla. 



Petal 

Gulfport 

Magnolia 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 






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FIRST ROW: 
JOE A. SWITZER 
JAMES RONALD SYKES 
WILLIE L. TATE 
PATRICIA A. TATUM 
KITTY TAYLOR 



SECOND ROW: 

WILLIAM HARRY TAYLOR 

DAVID TEDFORD 

MARGARET DEANNA THATCHER 

CYNDEE ANN THOMAS 

NORMA ELLEN THOMAS 



THIRD ROW: 

PATRICIA E. THOMPSON, 222 
DON MICHAEL TILLEY 
SIDNEY JOHN TOCHE 
DONALD WAYNE TOLER 
BETTY LORAINE TOPP 



Ocean Spring; 

Quitman 

Brandon 

Hattiesburg 

Baton Rouge 



Brookhaven 

Magee 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 

Bay St. Louis 



Mobile, Ala. 

Lucedale 

Biloxi 

Liberty 

Gulfport 



FOURTH RO W.- 
WARREN F. TRACY 
MARY L. TROTTER 
JAMES PATRICK TURPIN 
C. POWELL VANCE 
HUGO R. VILLATRANCA 



Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Mobile, Ala. 

Grenada 

Puerto Cortes, Honduras 



FIFTH RO W.- 
ROBERT P. VINCENT, JR., K2 
PHILLIP D. VOSS, K2 
GARY WAKSTEIN, 2AE 
SANDRA GRAY WALKER, *M 
BETT MARLENE WALL 



SIXTH ROW: 
JOYCE JANE WALL 
NANCY GALE WALLER 
KENT LOUIS WALTERS 
SHELIA ANN WALTERS 
SHIRLEY MARGARET WALTERS 



SEVENTH ROW: 
STEPHEN F. WALTERS 
WAYNE BILLY WALTERS 
CHARLOTTE ANN WARDEN. KA 
EMMETTE LEE WARREN 
NORMAN O. WEAVER 



EIGHTH ROW: 

STANLEY EDWARD WEIDMAN 
SARAH KATHY WELFORD 
ALICIA PAMELA WEST 
PHILLIP DUANE WHARTON 
GERALD TAYLOR WHIDDON 



NINTH ROW: 
CAROL ANN WHITE 
CURTIS C. WHITE 
W. DeVAN WHITE 
KIRK WHITE, AZ 
SANDY LEE WHITE 



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TENTH ROW: 

PATRICIA D I ANNE WILHITE, 
SONJA CAROL WILKES, AAA 
RUTH EVELYN WILLARD 
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS 
JERRY E. WILLIAMS 



ELEVENTH ROW: 
JOAN ALEANA WILLIAMS 
SHIRLEY JEANNE WILLIAMS 
CELESTE WILLOUGHBY 
CHARLES GAYLES WILSON 



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Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Panama City, Fla. 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 



Brookhaven 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala 

Mobile, Ala. 



Moselle 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Prichard. Ala. 

St. Francisville, La. 



Waveland 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Biloxi 



Athens, Ga. 

Hattiesburg 
Mobile, Ala. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

West Point 



Pascagoula 

Petal 

Long Beach 

Armuelles, Panama 

Columbia 



Hattiesburg 

Charleston 

Liberty 

Hattiesburg 



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JERRY E LOUISE ANDERSON, English Laurel 

WYNN APPLEWHITE, Elementary Edn. Hattiesburg 

BONNIE E. BATES, Ex. Secretarial St. Mobile, Ala. 

JAMES RONALD BAYLIS, Marketing Petal 

JANE BEASLEY, Home Economics Petal 



SECOND RO W.- 
SHIRLEY ANN BLAND, Political Science Hattiesburg 
KENNETH BOUTWELL, KA, Public Relations 

Jackson 
JAMES V. BOW LIN, Personnel Management 

McCall Creek 
DAVID CLARK BRENNAN, Management N.Miami, 

Fla. 
ROBERT CECIL BROOME, Geology Midwest City, 

Okla. 



THIRD ROW: 

PATSY G. BRUHL, Clothing Merchan. Covington, 

La. 
LINDA NELL BUCKLEY, Secretarial Cleveland 

WILLIAM THOMAS BURKE, Radio-TV Jackson 

PAULETTE DIANNE BURNHAM, Spanish Jackson 
LARRY AUSTIN BUSH, Lab. Tech. Laurel 



FOURTH ROW: 

ROBERT ANTHONY CAIN, IIKA, Political 

Science Utica 

WILLIAM LEE CHANCELLOR, Sociology Jackson 
JANE CLARK, Elementary Edn. Port Gibson 

DIANE MARSHA COHEN, Sociology Vicksburg 

LLOYD HAMILTON COLE, Radio-TV Columbus 



FIFTH ROW: 

SUSAN G. COVINGTON, Elementary Ed. Lakeland, 

Fla. 
HARRY D. CRAPON, Biology Ocean Springs 

SIMONE E. CYR, Home Economics Springfield, Va. 
DOUGLAS C. DAUGHDRILL, Accounting Mobile, 

Ala. 
ANGELA LAVERNE DICKSON, Business Ed. Jackson 



SIXTH ROW: 

WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER DONAHUE, Accounting 

Hattiesburg 
WILLIAM B. EDMONDSON, *KT, Management 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
JACK EDWARD EVANS, Mathematics Laurel 

PEGGY JEAN FARMER, Music Ed. Roxie 

KATRINA MARGUERITE FARRIS, IIB*, Ex. 

Secretary Port St. Joe, Fla. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

DOROTHY E. FIELD, Business Ed. Hattiesburg 

BEN GEORGE FOURNIER, Journalism Biloxi 

JOSEPH STAFFORD GREEN, Management 

Semmes, Ala. 
MAYBELLE ROSE GORRINGE, Journalism Greenwood 
TED M. HALL, IIKA, Computer Science Jackson 



EIGHTH ROW: 

CLARKE R. HAMMOND, Accounting Hattiesburg 

DAVID HARDIN, Pre-Medical Hattiesburg 

FRANCES JEAN HENDERSON, Psychology Forest 
MERLIN KNIGHT HENDERSON, JR., Communica- 
tion Pensacola, Fla. 
VICKI G. HENDERSHOT, AZ Jackson 



NINTH ROW: 

WILLIAM D. HODGES, Recreation Biloxi 

SARA J. HURLEY Mobile, Ala. 

ROSA MARIA IANNUZZI, French Cosenza, Italy 

KENNETH L. INMAN, ZAE, Marketing Biloxi 

BECKI JETT, Business Ed. Ruleville 




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Basic College 



FIRST RO W.- 
MARTHA LYNN JOHNSON, Art Ed. Pelahatichie 
TIMOTHY PAUL KAJDAN, Commercial Art Jackson 
JOHN E. LAZENBY, ATO, Ele. Ed. Mobile, Ala. 

JAMES ALFOLD LILLY, 2AE, History Jackson 

HOWARD ANTHONY LOTT, Ind. Arts Hattiesburg 



SECOND ROW: 

QUIN COLLIER LOWREY, Marketing Bastrop, La. 
ANGUS WILLIAM McALLISTER, Psychology Biloxi 
BRIAN PATRICK McCABE, Geology Gulf port 

VERNON JAMES McCARDLE, Computer Science 

Petal 
ADRIAN G. McCARRON, Pre-Law Hattiesburg 



THIRD ROW: 

PAUL H. McLELLAN, Pharmacy Laurel 

JOSEPH CHARLES McCOLLAUGH, JR., 2AE, 

Political Science Jackson 

JAMES CURTIS McKENNOXL, Management 

Yazoo City 
ROBERT SEAY McLEMORE, Chemistry Mobile, Ala. 
ROBERT WILSON McMINN II, *KT, Pre-Dent. 

Laurel 



SIXTH ROW: 

JAMES CLARENCE MARTIN, Management Natchez 
SANDRA MARIA MARTIN, French Liberty 

JUDY KAYE MAUPIN, Physical Ed. New Orleans 
CAROL L. MONTGOMERY, History Stanton, Va. 

PATRICIA ANN MORTON, Ele. Ed. Jackson 



FIFTH ROW: 

ANN MARGARET MOEHLMANN, Biology Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa 
GRETCHEN E. MURRA Y, Med. Tech. Pascagoula 

MARGARET JANICE MYRIEK, Med. Tech. 

Heidelberg 
ALBERT JACOB OTT, Eng. Biloxi 

LEWIS AL PALUMBO, Finance McComb 



SIXTH ROW: 

PHILIP N. PARVIN, Phys. Ed. Miami, Fla. 

PATRICIA A. PATEN ATTE, Bus. Ed. Pass Christian 
RONALD DENMAN PHILLIPS, Management 

McDonough, Ga. 
CLARK KAREN RATCLIFF, Eng. Hattiesburg 

WARREN H. REDDEN, Accounting Gulfport 



SEVENTH ROW: 

CAROLYN ANN REYNOLDS, AAA, Med. Tech. Laurel 

CHARLENE ROBINSON, Clothing Merchandising 

Hattiesburg 
HENRY RONALD ROPER, Finance Pensacola, Fla. 
BARBARA JANICE SANFORD, Pre-Med. Seminary 
RICHARD DALE SHA W, Personal Management 

Gulfport 



EIGHTH ROW: 

PAULA SUZANNE SHOEMAKER, Psy. Pensacola, Fla. 
FREDDIE LEON SMITH, Geography Seminary 

GARY WAYNE SMITH, Art Lucedale 

KENNETH C. SMITH, Management Gulfport 

MENDE W. SMITH, ATO, Pre-Med. Biloxi 



NINTH ROW: 

WILSON FLETCHER SMITH, *KT, Marketing 

Franklinton 
ASTRID SPENCER, AZ, Art Ed. Quincy 

NANCY MARIE STANFORD, Ele. Ed. Ithaca, N.Y. 
JOHN CONRAD STEEN, Commercial Art Pascagoula 
R. SUE STILLIONS, Commercial Art Jackson 






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Juniors 



Basic College 



FIRST ROW: 

SEAMON C. THOMAS, General Business Angie, La. 

BARBARA ANN TRUSSELL, Spanish Hattiesburg 

MARY A. TUCKER, Music Jackson 

PHILIS REE VANLANDINGHAM, *M Meridian 

ALFRED FRANK WALCHAK, Geology Roselle, N.J. 



SECOND ROW: 

CHARLES E. WALDROP, Finance Indianola 

CYNTHIA LEE WARREN, Art Ed. Long Beach 

JOHN J. WECHS, German Arlington, Va. 

ARTHUR H. WEHMANN, Architecture Berkeley 

Heights, N.J. 
WANDA JEAN WILLIAMS, Ele. Ed. Varnado, La. 



THIRD ROW: 

SAM TURNER WOMACK, Business Jackson 

GEORGE FRANKLIN WRIGHT, Accounting 

Broomall, Pa. 
PATRICK E. YOUNG, Political Science Biloxi 





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Index to Organizations 



Acacia Fraternity 178 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha 253 
Alpha Lambda Delta 63 
Alpha Psi Omega 305 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 196 
Alpha Tau Omega 180 

B 

Baptist Student Union 69 
Business Fraternity Council 251 



D 

Delta Delta Delta 200 

Delta Sigma Pi 257 

Delta Zeta 202 

Dixie Darlings 154 

Druid Society 62 

Disciples Student Fellowship 68 

G 

Gamma Delta 67 



K 

Kappa Alpha Order 182 
Kappa Delta 204 
Kappa Delta Pi 275 
Kappa Kappa Psi 308 
Kappa Mu Epsilon 228 
Kappa Sigma 184 
Koinonia Club 68 



Lambda Iota Tau 225 





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"M" Club 167 


Canterbury Club 67 




Chi Omega 198 


N 


Collegiate Civitan Club 89 


Newman Club 70 


Collegiate Civinette Club 89 





Inter-Fraternity Council 117 



o 

Omicron Delta Kappa 55 



Panhellenic Council 174 

Phi Alpha Theta 228 

Phi Chi Theta 254 

Phi Delta Rho 54 

Phi Eta Sigma 64 

Phi Kappa Tau 186 

Phi Mu 206 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 309 

Pi Beta Phi 208 

Pi Kappa Alpha 188 

Pi Kappa Pi 53 



Pi Omega Pi 274 
Pi Sigma Epsilon 252 
Pi Tau Chi 66 

R 

Rho Eta Sigma 91 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 190 

Sigma Alpha Eta 229 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 192 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 210 

Society for the Advancement of 
Management 255 

Southern Broadcasters 92 

Southern Debate Squad 224 

Student Christian Federation 66 

Student Printz 226 



Tau Beta Sigma 308 



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University Activities Council 52 

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Wesley Foundation 71 
Westminster Fellowship 72 
Women's Affairs Board 77 



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Yellowjackets 98 

Young Republicans Club 93 



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