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Is the source of our school life found
in the buildings? . . . the classes?
. the concern for becoming real people?
. . the effort at making something
of our lives and our school? . . .
the parties? . . . the Faith?
Is ours the life of an
adult?. . .the life of a
child?. . .The life of a
socialite? . . . The life
of a student?
Do we have faith in the
"here and now"? . . .
or in our own minds?
. . . In what's to
come? ... In reliance
on those we care for?
. . . Or in God's
guidance? . . .
Do we have faith in
As another year has passed, do we look back and remember the all-nighters . . . hitting the caf promptly
at 4:30. . . trying to catch the person who was jogging up and down the halls of the dorm . . .middle
of the night trips to Walker's . . . falling asleep in class . . . three a.m. kidnaps . . . doing our own
laundry for the first time . . . and most of all, will we remember a year of new administration, new faces,
new obstacles, and new enthusiasm? . . .
. . . you tell me . . .
Gettin' to the 9tudent Life
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Gettin' to the Organizations
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Gettin' to the Greek Life
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is a time of change, a
time when everything we do
is affected by our student roles.
New experiences, new faces and new
ideals all intertwine with our past
to make up our present life, that of
What is that life? It's a
life of term papers, roommates, inedible
food, allnighters, and weekends. It's a
life of questioning, confusion and a
small amount of hope that when we
leave our secluded little world
after eight semesters we will be
people and more prepared
for a life in the outside
Moving in . . . Dorm life . . .
Registration ... A closed
class . . . I.D.'s . . . Meal
tickets . . . Class . . . Going to the library . . .
Three tests on Friday . . . Allnighters . . . Stud-
ying ... on Saturday . . . Midterms ... A
BREAK. . .The Cat. . . Class again . . .Pink
slips. . . Another allnighter . . . Hating a class
. . . Term Papers . . . Dead Week . . . Quiet
hours . . . Noise . . . Finals
. . . Moving out . . . Grades
. . . Repeat . . . Being a
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Dorm life is a unique and some-
times frustrating experience. Fire
drills that are always followed by
moans, groans and dirty looks; dorm
meetings which often seem ridicu-
lous; quiet hours, and being locked
out of your suite. All of this and
more makes up the interesting life of
Fortunately, the good times out-
weigh the bad. The laughter, shar-
ing, and growing that comes from
living with a variety of people makes
it all worthwhile. There will always be
the noisy group suite the hall.
The misery of an empty mailbox
for two weeks straight. But even
from these hassles of dorm life we
learn a great deal — mainly,
"How tall did you say he was?" . . . "We ought to play
that song about short people instead of the chimes!" . . .
"He's from where?" . . . "What day do we get out for inau-
guration?" . . . "They say he's a preacher, Centenary-semi-
nary, maybe he's confused!" . . . "Have you met him? . . .
"I want to meet this guy for myself!" and the talk went on
and on and on . . .
Each fall semester the Centenary community is greeted
with the challenge of many new faces, but this year there
was a special face in that crowd. The face of a man small in
stature yet big in ideas, a man who came to help our small
liberal arts college survive, someone interested in us and
our needs, someone who listened as well as spoke and
learned as well as taught.
With him came another new face, a new Dean of Students
and then there were those familiar faces that suddenly had
different offices and different titles. Thus, a new administra-
tion was created, a Dean that came to a dorm party dressed
as a flapper, administrators that still had time to be our advi-
sors, a president that leads cheers at basketball games in
his spare time, but mostly a group of caring individuals.
We are very lucky for we have administrators that seek to
understand us, people interested in individuals not numbers
and though they may sometimes arouse frustration in us
they always search for solutions. Our administration is uni-
que. They have to be; we are!
Clockwise: The New Administration is: Picture # 1
— Assistants to the President, Mr. Robert Ed Tay-
lor, Dr. Earle Labor, Dr. Dorothy Gwinn. Picture #2
— Student Activities Director, Ms. Vicki Prather.
Picture #3 — Asst. Dean of Students, Mr. Dick
Anders. Picture #4 — Vice President in Charge of
Development, Dr. Darrell Loyless. Picture #5 —
Dean of Students, Mrs. Eleanor Erikson.
Traditions are not known for surviving at Centenary but
nothing will stop us from having a good time, so one tradi-
tion is left intact — All Campus Weekend. All Campus
Weekend is a time when nobody has a choice whether they
like mud or not, a weekend when roller skating isn't really
that queer, a weekend where suddenly old bicycles appear,
and amazingly enough no one has homework. This year
was no exception to the rule. The child in us took over once
again and the sophisticated airs and graces of college
coeds seemingly disappeared for forty-eight hours. We won
and lost races, enjoyed an off campus dance, mellowed out
on blue grass music and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!
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"Party" is a very common word
among most Centenarians. It is a word
which lights up eyes, cures depression,
helps us make it through classes, and
may often cause a bad test grade. No
matter what the consequences, partying
will continue because our social life is
many times the one thing that helps us
make it through "the worst semester of
our life" and on to the next.
A party may have a theme or be
unplanned or spur-of-the-moment. But
either way it allows us to relax our bodies
and minds and gives us some small
incentive to continue through this unpre-
dictable chain of events some call col-
College is known for its tensions and hassles.
It is because of these irritations that we all need
a hangout. A place of some security that we can
go to at our leisure to relax and unwind. It
doesn't matter if it's your fraternity house, an
eating place in Shreveport or just your dorm
room as long as you can enjoy yourself and feel
a sense of identity while you're there. Hangouts
are very important to us as students and will
hold many significant memories for us in years
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WHAT WA9 OUR YEAR?
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it
was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,
it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incre-
dulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of
Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter
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V A C 1 S 1 T T T "R S
Pacesetters are the outstanding stu-
dents of Centenary campus. These people are
not only involved in campus activities but are also
known personalities at our school.
Student nominations, overall G.P.A., and gen-
eral campus involvement were all combined
into a point system to select Pacesetters for
1977-78. This means of selection not only
allowed each student a vote in the decision
but also shows who is involved both aca-
demically and in campus activities.
The yearbook staff hopes the means of
selection is satisfactory and congratu-
lates those of you who set our pace here
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DAN EDMUND Kappa Sigma,
Kappa Sig Treasurer, Kappa Sig Vice Pres.,
Sigma Chi, Who's Who in American Col-
leges, Alpha Chi, S.G.A. Senator, Entertain-
ment Committee Chrm., Dean's List, CON-
GLOMERATE, Freshman Chemistry and
Math Award, Yoncopin Backstage '76- '77.
JOHN LAMBERT TKE President CSCC,
S.G.A. Secretary, Who's Who in American Colleges,
R.A., Open Ear.
CATHY LENSING Chi Omega President
Panhellenic President Maroon Jacket Who's Who in
American Colleges, ODK, Circle K Club President,
Dean's List, President's Inauguration Committee,
TKE Order of Diana, R.A.
NANCY COOPER — Phi Beta,
Phi Beta Historian, S.G.A. Entertain-
ment Committee, KSCL, Dean's List,
S.G.A. Forums Committee, CONGLOM-
ERATE, A.G.O. President, Alpha Chi,
Honor Court Justice, Who's Who in
American Colleges, Chamber Singers.
E9ETTER PACE9ETTER PACE9ETTER PACE9ETT
SUSAN GREEN — Pom Pon
Girl, James Dorm Council, Panhel-
lenic, Panhellenic President, TKE
Order of Diana, Zeta Tau Alpha Vice
President, S.G.A. Secretary, Elec-
tions Committee, Publicity Commit-
tee Chm., ODK, Phi Beta, Presi-
dent's Scholar, Maroon Jacket,
Who's Who in American Colleges,
YONCOPIN Backstage '76-'77.
MIKE WIETING — Theta Chi President,
(2 yrs.), Theta Chi Asst. Treasurer, Who's Who
in American Colleges (2 yrs.), Open Ear Coordi-
nator, Student Faculty Discipline Committee,
Honor Court, Judicial Board, Pre- Law Club.
CA8IE HE8EMANN — Chi Omega Trea
surer, Oakridge Student, Maroon Jacket, Alpha
Chi, Varsity Tennis, A.E.D., Intramurals, Stu-
dent Faculty Discipline Comm., W.R.A., Who's
Who in American Colleges, O.D.K., Chemistry
Award, Dean's List, S.G.A. Freshman Senator.
RON DAUPHIN — R.A., Intra
murals, Theta Chi Pledge Marshall,
CSCC, CSCC Council Chrm., S.G.A.
Senior Senator, YONCOPIN Photog-
rapher, Psychology Club, Open Ear,
I.F.C., Student Inauguration Com-
mittee, S.G.A. Admissions Commit-
tee, Campus Worship Committee.
ELLEN COLE — s.g.a.
Junior Senator, Vice President,
KSCL, Sexton Dorm Council
President, Zeta Tau Alpha
Membership Chrm., Centenary
Lady 1977-78, Panhellenic
Representative, Maroon Jacket,
TKE Order of Diana, Dean's
List, Varsity Tennis, ODK,
Who's Who in American Col-
SUSAN PATTERSON — Zeta Tau
Alpha President Centenary Choir Officer
and Accompanist, Phi Beta, Maroon
Jacket, Resident Assistant, Panhellenic
Representative, Open Ear, President's
Inauguration Committee, Hardin Dorm
Council, Nena Wideman Piano Scholar-
ship, Wideman Concert Pianist with
PAUL ROGERS Theta Chi President,
Theta Chi Vice President, Theta Chi Secre-
tary, 1977-78 Centenary Gentleman, Intra-
mural sports, I.F.C., A.E.D., Alpha Chi,
Dean's List, President's Inauguration Com-
VIRGINIA WILLIAM8 — S.G.A. Elections Commit
tee Chrm., James Dorm Council Secretary, Zeta Tau Alpha
Ritual Chrm., Zeta Tau Alpha Vice President — Pledge
Trainer, Open Ear, Sociology Club, CSCC, YONCOPIN Back-
BECKY MURPHY Resident Assistant, Judicial
Board, Kappa Sigma Little Sister, Kappa Sigma Pajama
Girl, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart, Yearbook Staff Organiza-
tions Editor, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief, Zeta Tau Alpha Asst.
Pledge Trainer, Scholarship, and Activities Chrm., Pom-
Pon Girl, Cheerleader, Intramurals, Dean's List, Open Ear,
Homecoming Court '78.
Theta Chi Vice Presi-
dent, Theta Chi Pledge
Marshall, S.G.A. Senior
Senator, Intramurals, Stu-
dent Intramural Director,
Dorm Council, IFC.
DAVID BERTANZETTI — Ka PP a
Alpha President, Kappa Alpha Treasurer,
Kappa Alpha Sgt.-at-Arms. S.G.A. Publicity
Committee, S.G.A. College Relations Com-
mittee, Dean's List, Soccer Team, Intramu-
rals, Student Intramural Director, Marine
Corps PLC Program.
This year five faculty or administration
members are being honored for the unique
role they play in the Centenary Community.
Each ^s special to us not only for what they
can teach us but also for their obvious care
and concern for students.
The fine characteristics we find in these
leaders are some of the significant reasons
Centenary has remained a thriving small col-
lege oriented towards the individual.
Pacesetters, for your outstanding leader-
ship and intense concern for our school, we
thank you and salute you. People like you
make our liberal arts education possible and
we couldn't do without it!
Associate Dean, Professor of Edu
cation and Psych.
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Who's Who is an honor bestowed upon a select
group of Centenary Students by the Student Life Com-
mittee. Qualifications for this honor vary with each
individual, but one is common to all, excellence.
Whether it be in academics, campus activities, general
personality or a combination of all three, these stu-
dents stand out in Centenary Life. All are leaders in
their own right and we congratulate them and the Stu-
dent Life Committee for their selection.
First row, I to r: Tommy Serio, Roberta Burns, Sharren Harrison. Second row, I to r: Ellen Cole, Susan Green, Cathy Lensing, John Lambert, Mike
Wieting, Jim Hard, Lucie Thornton, Clinton Schmidt, Nancy Cooper. Third row, I to r: Kevin Ewer, Paul Rogers, Greg Braden, Dan Edmund.
Miss Ellen Cole Mr. Paul Rogers
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The Student Government Association elected
officers last spring with Mark Keddall as Presi-
dent; Ellen Cole as Vice President; Ann Gree-
nough, Treasurer; and John Lambert, Secre-
The SGA is the link between the students and
the administration. Not only do they provide
services to the student body, they also sponsor
community projects such as the Blood Drive
and help in Open Ear.
The SGA also organizes and sponsors such all
time favorites as All Campus Weekend, movies
in the Smith Building and the Coffeehouse.
SGA OFFICERS: Mark Keddall, President; Ellen Cole, Vice President-
Ann Greenough, Treasurer; and John Lambert, Secretary.
That most distinguished of newspapers, the Centenary Conglomer-
ate, has kept the campus up-to-date on current local events for many
years. Through much hard work and dedication, the Conglomerate is
delivered to the students and faculty each Wednesday. Although there
are many obstacles in producing a weekly paper, not to mention trying
to please everyone, the paper does arrive through the efforts of David
Cole, Sharren Harrison, Martin Poole, Herries Edwards, Andy Shehee,
Elaine McArdle, Jamie Killeen, Knox Andress, Patty McCormick, Tony
Caldwell, Ann Greenough, Jenny Verhalen, Judy Sukol, Kathy Brodnax,
Mike Graf, Greg Lee and Kizzy, not to mention — Lewin Humphrey, Dr.
Brian W. Kovacs, Dr. L. Hughes Cox, Pete Ermes, Becky Murphy, Mau-
rie Wayne, Joe Miller, John Purdy, Dean Erickson, and Big Brother.
KSCL, front row: Mike Graf, Elaine McArdle, Harry Stern. Second row:
Dennis Bodie, Eric Reinert, Billy Chandler, Jack Caldwell, Dale Ross.
Third row: Mike Corolla, Lori Neilsen, Jo Milhoan, Jay Frazier, Marty
KSCL once again went to the air as CENTENARY'S and Shreveport's FM alternative radio station.
Many new people were seen sitting behind the mikes at KSCL's studio on the second floor of the
SUB. Along with a good supply of albums from the record companies coming in, the station's
plans to put up a new tower antena were formalized, and the studio itself was partially re-wired and
worked on to make it a better place to broadcast from. Early second semester a new audition turnt-
able was purchased, and plans for possibly moving the studio were discussed. During the year,
several remote broadcasts were made live, the ZTA slave sale and Dr. Webb's Inauguration Break-
fast being two of the more memorable ones. No matter what changes come to KSCL now or in the
future, it will always be Shreveport's "alternative" radio station.
KSCL MEMBERS, left to right: Jay Frazier, Station Manager; Lori Nielson, Program Director; Mike Corolla, Publicity; Pete Ermes, Station
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AMANDA GARRETT, Students Editor; CAROL STRINGER, Student Life Editor;
KATHY KEYES, Organizations Editor; JULIE GRAMMER, Sports Editor; SUE BROWN,
Business Manager; BECKY MURPHY, Editor in Chief.
FRIENDQ. . .
The YONCOPIN staff would like to thank the following people for their helpfulness during the mak-
ing of the YONCOPIN: Elsebeth Hump, Caroline Blakely, Diana Riggsby, Martha Kelly, John
McConnell, Paul Griffith, Van Wilson, Merrill Wautlet, Martin Poole, Melissa Beshears, Ann Gree-
nough, Andy Shehee, Melanie Patterson and Tami Neukam.
"Just think: the deadline
is almost here! . . . "Oh
no, here comes Becky —
everybody duck" . . .
"All the negatives are
WHERE?!" . . "Kathy,
how many of your pic-
tures didn't get sched-
uled this week?" . . .
Who's got all those pho-
tos of Ron?" . . . "It's
too scrunched, Kathy"
. . . Maybe we can all be
friends again after the
deadline" . . . Julie,
let's go commit suicide"
. . . WHY am I doing
this?" . . . What! only
one student showed up
for the foreign student's
picture? And he was the
photographer!" . . .
ADS?? We forgot we were
supposed to sell those!
. . . "Sleep? What's
that?" . . . "Maybe Mau-
rie Wayne can get us out
of our classes" . . . Ah,
The ever-present Resident
Assistants went through rigorous
training this year to prepare them
for another year of dorm life.
Their responsibilities include
counseling, enforcement of
college rules, and just "being
there." For making dorm life
much smoother and more fun, the
R.A.'s deserve full credit.
This year's R.A.s are: Front row, from I to r: Betty
Compton, Ginny Garrard, Gail Nolte, Lucie
Thornton, Mary Beall, Candy Clifton, John Lambert,
Becky Murphy, Ron Dauphin, and Dean Erickson.
Second row: David Bell, Brent Lutz, Melanie
Patterson, Kevin Ewer, Roarke Wells.
With the start of a new year,
dorm councils take shape in every
dorm. The councils govern dorm
life and enforce college rules.
Made of selected members, the
dorm councils also plan activities
for all dorm members to
participate in. For example — the
Cline-James dance, and "Secret
Santas" during the holiday
Cline Dorm Council consists of Will Phillips, Jim
Hard-House Director, David Fleming, Mike
Hainsfurther, Steve Kelly and Van Wilson. Jim
Sears was also a member.
Above: Sexton Housemother, Mrs. Horton. Sexton Dorm Council's members are: Betty
Compton, Liz Stockwell, Candy Clifton, Mary Beth Lott, Dianne Rohrer, Sharon Crafton,
Denise Bland, and Karen Blacker (not pictured).
GETTIN' BACK TO . . .
HARDIN DORM COUNCIL, Left to right: Joy
Sherman, Gail Nolte, Kim Hughens, Ellie Cook,
and Nancy Hillenkamp.
Housemothers for Hardin
this year were Judy Gnau and
Vickie Prather. James Housem-
other is Mrs. McCreary and
Rotary's mom is Mrs. Collins.
The James Dorm Council
consisted of: Ann Greenough,
Andrea Martin, Peggy Miles,
Laura Mack, Mary Sanders,
Janie Jenkins, Mary B. Thomas,
and Charlotte Whitaker. Not
pictured: Jayne Trammel.
The Rotary Dorm Council
included: Selwyn Roberts, Bea-
ver Fuller, David Penri-Evans,
Clinton Schmidt, and Phil
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Front row: Lynn Freeman, Sara Dar-
den, Pat McWilliams, Becky Segers,
Julia Van Tiem, Billy Chandler, Elaine
Ades, Barry Crain, Tommy Serio,
Martha Kelly, Cindy McMannus. Sec-
ond row: John Wilcove, Lane Bronner,
Ginger Folmer, Curtis Jackson, Patti
McCormick, Bobby Darrow, Ray
LaLiberte. Third row: David Sherman,
Les Richey, Mr. Buseick, Kerri Rivers,
Michael Corolla. Back: David Pelman.
The Rivertowne Players of Marjorie Lyons
Playhouse started their season of "firsts"
with "The Runner Stumbles." Traveling to
Baton Rouge with "Runner" the RTP'ers pre-
sented the play at the Louisiana College and
University Theatre festival. There Patric
McWilliams was selected as a nominee for the
Irene Ryan Acting Competition. Their season
continues with "The Secret Affairs of Mildred
Wilde" and "Battle of Angels." Last spring
MLP presented "Once upon a Mattress" and
The MLP community has other activities
other than their plays. Demonstration Labs
are required of the theatre majors and each
spring the Great Hunt takes place. The
annual Choir-RTP Softball game pits the skills
of the two teams in an exciting game for the
sacred coffee cup. At the end of the spring
semester the RTP Banquet is held where act-
ing and technical awards are given. Immedi-
ately following the banquet "we all get drunk
and don't go to church on Sunday."
This year's talented officers are: Kerri Riv-
ers, President; Tommy Serio, Vice-President;
Elaine Ades, Secretary-Treasurer; Becky Seg-
ers and Julie Van Tiem, Scrapbook.
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THE 9ECRET AFFAIRS OF MILDRED
CENTENARY COLLEGE CHOIR
The Centenary College Choir is a mixed choral group
formed in 1941 by Dr. A. C. "Cheesey" Veran and now
directed by Will K. Andress, an alumni of the choir. The
organization, composed of forty-nine members, is a
highly select group of students chosen each Spring.
Over the years, the choir has distinguished itself
with two tours of the Orient, one to Great Britain, two
lengthy engagements at Radio City Music Hall, nine Lions International conventions, as well as guest
appearances, professional recordings, and regularly sponsored television series. The summer of 1 977
saw the choir tour Europe. The choir will give over seventy-five concerts this year.
This year's choir officers are: Cindy Elkins and Susan Patterson, Accompanists; Pat Finch, President; Pete DeBuys, Vice President; Grace Riggin, Vice
President; Sharon Crafton, Secretary; Joy Sherman, Treasurer. The Section leaders are: Soprano — Eileen Martin, Alto — Charmaine Hyatt, Tenor — Dana
Ellis, Bass — Brian Kennedy. Other members of the choir are: Rebecca Camp, Debbie Carter, Melinda Love, Ann McVay, Susan Prince, Betsy Stockinger,
Melissa Beshears, Caroline Blakely, Amanda Garrett, Cindy Gleason, Kelly McKinney, Nancy Porter, Lydia Scales, Susan Snyder, Liz Stockwell, Knox Andress,
Paul Armstrong, Tim Bruster, Robin Gill, Parnell Holt, Dale Kirkindoll, Jess Moore, Ken Posey, Mark Wiginton, John Baird, Ken Bowden, Charles Gaby, Bob
Gannaway, Troy Gremillion, Rusty King, Marshall Taylor, Darryn Walker, and Bill Wilding.
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA, Left to right: Sam Woolbert, Cherie Hilborn, Casie Hesemann, Dr. Brad McPherson, Paul Shuey, Mike Wieting, Greg
Braden, and Clinton Schmidt.
BIOLOGY CLUB, Left to right: Clinton Schmidt, Sam Woolbert, Greg Braden, Dr. Brad McPherson, Dr. Ben Liles, Gary Brannon, and Thomas
ALPHA SIGMA CHI, Left to right: Greg Braden, Sam Woolbert, Paul Shuey, Cherie Hilborn, Casie Hesemann, Dr. Wayne Hanson.
Alpha Sigma Chi is Centenary's honorary chemistry fraternity. They have various
speakers from the chemistry profession besides their regular meetings and an end of the
AED, the national premedical fraternity bases its membership upon an honorary basis
and members must have a high GPA. AED is an active group sending representatives to
the regional convention at Texas Tech. They also "sit in" on surgery in local hospitals,
and have speakers of the different medical fields. They also sponsor a high school
The Biology Club is made of members interested in Biology, and takes many field trips
to Arkansas, the coast, and central America. In the picture on the opposite page Sam
Woolbert and Clinton Schmidt hold trophies won in the Beaver Hunt. Dr. Liles holds the
The Opera Workshop class
meets weekly and acquaints the
students with various types of
opera styles, also giving them a
chance to perform the works of
the great masters.
In the fall a selected program
from "Arias" was performed and
"Dido and Aenas" was presented
in the spring.
The Chamber Singers,
directed by Dr. Harlan C. Snow,
is an elite group of musicians
selected by audition. This year
they have performed music
from periods. In the fall semes-
ter, concert, they performed
Mozart's "Coronation Mass"
and works by Brahms and Bur-
tehude. At Christmas they gave
a special concert of Christmas
carols in Hamilton Hall. This
spring they sang for Chapel at a
Renaissance Banquet. They
also performed as the chorus
for the Opera Workshop Pro-
duction of Dido and Aeneas.
Not only do the Chamber Sing-
ers perform music of past ages,
but they are also active in music
of today by performing works
written by composition majors
at Hurley School of Music.
Front row: Van Wilson, Pam Easker, Pattie Morrison, Tricia Cross. Middle row: Brian Kennedy, Brent Henley, Janie Jenkins,
Mary Ramsey. Back row: Sandy Gillispie, Gail Nolte, Dr. Dauterive, Cathy Lensing.
With all the social organizations on campus, there
was a definite need for something different, and
thus, Circle K was reactivated for the first time since
the '60's. There were thirty charter members, mak-
ing ours the largest chapter in the district. Some
activities for the year were: a Halloween Trick-or-
Treat at the children's wing of Confederate hospital;
Christmas donut plates for a local nursing home;
participation in the Poor Man's Supper and the
Kiwanis Pancake Sale. This year's officers were:
President — Brent Henley, Vice-President, Jeannine
Dickens, Secretary — Tricia Cross, Treasurer — Liz
Stockwell, and Historian — David Bell.
PHI BETA, Left to right: Nancy Cooper, Susan Green, Grace Riggin, Elaine Ades, Eileen Martin, Lynn Freeman, Martha Kelly,
and Susan Patterson.
Phi Beta is Centenar-
y's honorary women's
music and speech fra-
ternity. In addition to
meetings, they usher
music and theatre pro-
MAROON JACKETS, Left to right: Cherie Hilborn, Casie Hesemann, Cathy Lensing, Joy Jeffers, Ellen Cole, Susan Green, Susan Patterson. Not
pictured is Robin Birdsong.
The Maroon Jackets are the official hostesses for Centenary.
These young women receive this honor for high scholastic
achievement throughout their college careers. They usher for
the Convocations, meet visitors, and set an example of schol-
arship and dedication. The Maroon Jacket is the highest
honor awarded to women at Centenary.
CANTERBURY CLUB, Left to right: Steve Matthews, Nan Overmeyer, Anna Singhdalsen, Nancy Matthews, Tom Patchett, Ruth
Musgrave, Father Paul, Mrs. Paul, Dr. Viva Rainey, Mary Lou Murphy, Rosalyn Harrigan, John Harris, and Teresa Heacock.
The Canterbury Club resumed its meetings this year at the Canterbury
House across from the Playhouse. Weekly meetings complete with refresh-
ments and interesting discussion, guest speakers, and informal parties
were held throughout the year.
The Methodist Student Movement of MSM contin-
ued the tradition of Thursday night dinner and dis-
cussion this year. Meeting in Smith or the Coffee-
house, MSM presented a variety of topics for dis-
cussion and held several parties, one of the more
memorable being the Halloween Party . . .
The Society for the
Evaluation of Religious
Thought at Centenary,
otherwise known as
SPEORTAC, had quite a
few important events on
its agenda this year.
They included hosting
luncheons for noted the-
ologians Shubert Ogden
and Charles Harsthorne,
a Religion Departmental
Orientation, and the pub-
lishing of "Reflections,"
a journal containing out-
papers by three Centen-
ary students. On the
lighter side was an All
Saint's Day party and
some informal get-
togethers. Diane Rohrrer
served as chairman and
Robert Ed Taylor was the
SPEORTAC, Left to right: Robert Ed Taylor, Marty Griffith, Shirley Arnold, Anne Ard, Cheryl Courtney,
Ron Myers, Dianne Rohrer, Trudy Almond, Tim Holland.
The Baptist Student Union led an active year with the stu-
dents of Centenary planning many activities to take place at
the BSU center on Woodlawn. Under the direction of Rev.
Cleatice Sipes they had cookouts, service projects, and Bible
Alpha Chi is the honor fraternity based entirely
upon scholarship. It consists of junior and senior
students maintaining a cumulative grade point aver-
ages of 3.5 or better. With all the facets and pres-
sures of college life placed on students, anyone who
can maintain scholastic averages such as this cer-
tainly do deserve to be specially recognized.
ALPHA CHI MEMBERS, Left to right, top to bottom: Cathy Lensing, John Lam-
bert, Marty Griffith, Ann Osborne, Doug Lilly, John Ouzts, Ann Mathews, Greg
Braden, Mary Ramsay, Mike Weiting, Cathy Busch, Eleece Bearden, Melinda
Olson, Trudy Almond, Dan Edmund, Roberta Burns, Nancy Cooper, Cherie Hil-
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA
Members are: First row, left to right: Nancy Mathews, Lucie Thornton. Second row: Sheri McCullough, Tricia Cross, Anne Vaughan, Dana McDaniels. Third
Row: Ginny Garrard, Ken Osborne, Susan Colvin, Gail Nolte. Third row: Jim Hard, Dr. John Allen.
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Alpha Kappa Delta is the honor-
ary sociology fraternity. This was
just the club's second year on the
Centenary campus and it contin-
ued to honor outstanding sociol-
ogy students and to bring them
together with the common inter-
est in learning this social science.
Pre-Law club was established
for students interested in a law
related career. Students involved
in this extra-curricular activity
usually planned to attend law
school. They spent time together
learning about the legal profes-
PRELAW CLUB: Left to right: David Cole, Becky Murphy, Lucie
Thornton, Ginny Garrard.
The Judicial Board is the body that
tries minor campus offenses, more seri-
ous dorm violations, and appeals from
the dorm councils (upon the permission
of the Dean). The Board is made up of
students who are chosen by campus
election. For this board to be effective,
students should elect people whom they
respect and those elected must have true
understanding and concern for campus
rules, fairmindedness, and impartiality.
Cases may be appealed to the Student-
Faculty Discipline Committee.
JUDICIAL BOARD MEMBERS, Left to right: Dr. Alton Hancock, Sponsor; Becky Murphy, Mem-
ber-at-Large; Brian Kennedy, Junior Rep.; Diana Riggsby, Sophomore Rep.; Ross Maggard,
Senior Rep.; Ginny Garrard, Junior Rep.; Dick Dodson, Sophomore Rep. Not pictured: Gail
Nolte, Senior Rep.
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STUDENT- FACULTY DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE, Left to right: Mark Wiginton, Dr. Viva Rainey, Dr. Garner, Dan
Edmund. Not pictured: Dr. Stephen Mayer, Dr. Betty Haley, Eloise Wolfard.
of faculty members and stu-
dents who are selected upon
application. This is the high-
est judicial committee, and
tries the most serious cam-
pus offenses. Cases tried by
this committee can be
appealed only to the Dean.
The Honor Court is made
up of selected students, and
it tries cases which pertain to
the obedience of the Honor
Code. There is much contro-
versy as to whether the Honor
Code is an effective method
of discipline against receiving
"unauthorized aid." While
some believe it is highly mis-
used, others believe that the
Honor Code gives students
more responsibility and self-
reliance. Nevertheless, the
Court has a hard and some-
times thankless job. It must
be openminded and unpre-
judiced and all-in-all it does
its job very well.
HONOR COURT, Left to right: Dr. Rosemary
Seidler, Mike Wieting, Sam Woolbert, Vicki
McCann, Greg Braden, Nancy Cooper,
Karen Blacker, Doug Lilley.
Founded on principles of
scholarship and leadership,
Omicron Delta Kappa is known
as one of the nation's most
prestigious honor fraternities.
Centenary's chapter maintains
that dignity and continues to be
recognized as an organization
of outstanding members of the
Front row: Cathy Busch, Mike Wieting. Second
row: Dr. Webb Pomeroy, Nancy Cooper, Greg
Braden. Third row: Dr. Don Emler, Rev. Robert
Ed Taylor, Ellen Cole. Fourth row: Dr. Earl
Labor, Dr. Darrell Loyless, Susan Green, John
Lambert, Dr. Willard Cooper. Back row: Dr. Lee
Morgan, Dr. Alton Hancock.
The Psychology Club got
off to a fresh start this year
with a complete reorgani-
zation. Instrumental in that
change was the adoption of
a formal charter, approved
by the Student Senate. The
club sponsors occasional
speakers and films to
enhance the study of psy-
chology and to supplement
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB, Left to right: Mary
Ramsey, Elaine McArdle, Yasmin Welch,
Paul Dickerson, Jamie Killeen, Nancy
Cooper, Ron Dauphin, MikeOsetinsky.
STAGE BAND, Front row:
Chris Hyde, "Seven-Up,"
Jamie Osborne, Keith
McArty, Ralph Gibson, Sam
Maxey. Second row: Lester
Ewing, Jeff Pharr, David
Koon, Paul Griffith. Back
row: Joe Hollenberg, Will
Downs, Bill Causey, Jr.,
The Stage Band under the direc-
tion of Mr. Causey gave the Centen-
ary fans infinite support during bas-
ketball games and pep rallies. The
stage band practices weekly and
gives several concerts during the
The Rifle Team regrouped this fall
to begin practice at the National
Guard Armory and hoped to attend
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RIFLERY TEAM, Front row:
Paul Harper, Chris Hyde,
Mike Woolbert, Rick Willis.
Back row: Robin Nyquist,
Charlotte Thomas, Lisa
Each year Centenary is invaded by many new faces
and among these people there are some very special
students. They come from other countries, bringing
with them a taste of many cultures unique to our own.
They are involved in campus organizations, sororities
and fraternities, and take part in college and intramu-
Some of them stay for only one semester, others
receive their degree here, but despite the length of
their stay, they contribute to campus life and help to
extend our knowledge and understanding of the out-
side world. It can be hard at times, but we hope that
the foreign students will look back on their stay here as
a rewarding experience.
Some of the foreign students are pictured on this
page. They are: David Penri-Evans, Wales; Hans
Wachsmuth, W. Germany; Susan D. Rotherham, Eng-
land; Lars Aaberg Madsen, Denmark; Hanh Nguyet Le,
Vietnam; Yasmin Welch, India; Selwyn Roberts, Eng-
land; Ulf Tennander, Sweden; Wail Taha, Palestine;
Mazen Sullarn, Syria; Abbas Moussaovi, Lebanon; Ber-
tram Alozie, Nigeria; Elsebeth Hurup, Denmark; and
Vickie Gottlob, Foreign Student Advisor.
Front row: Nancy Cooper, Jamie Killeen, Cathy Busch, Elaine McArdle, Sharren Harrison, Lisa Hedges, Marcia Hedges. Second row: Woody Fields, Randy Cecil, Annette
Anderson, Dale Ross, Scott Bicknell, Calvin James.
OFF CAMPUS STUDENTS: The Off
Campus Organization, new to Centen-
ary this year, was formed to bring
more of a sense of community and col-
lege involvement to those students
who find their homes away from the
beautiful Centenary Campus. Among
other things, the organization planned
and held bingo games and table tennis
OFF CAMPU9 9TUDENT9
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL, Left to right, first row: Paul Rogers, Brent Lute, John Lambert, Ron Dauphin. Sec-
ond row: Mike Wieting, Duncan Lill, Scott Hayes, Bill Cheyne. Third row: Ellis Brown, Tom Zentner, Brian Ken-
nedy, Mike Hatnsfurther.
Centenary's Greek system is formally organized and supervised
by the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council. Each
council is charged with the responsibility of maintaining good
relations among Greeks, deciding and enforcing rush procedure,
and acting as liaison between Greeks and the administration.
Greek life continues to be a major facet of social and academic life
on campus, and the Greek councils work diligently to uphold that
Greek council projects include fund raising dinners, service
projects such as visiting and singing at nursing homes, an annual
faculty tea, rush banquets, an ice cream "double dip" party, and
promotion of civic charities.
PANHELLENIC: Patti Morrison, Brenda Cunningham, Bobra Lohnes, Carol Stringer, Susan Patterson, Cathy Lensing, Debbie
O'Neal and not pictured Ellen Cole.
JUNIOR PANHELLENIC: Linda Lukey, Evelyn Hamilton, Charlotte Woodruff, Tami Neucam, Jenny Verhalen, and not pictured:
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Volleyball . .
Big Sis . . .
Laughter . .
Brothers . .
. Preference . . . Pledging . . . Choices . . .
. . Study Buddies . . . New Friends . . . Mafia
. . . Pajama Party . . . Fall . . . Graveyard . . .
. Football . . . Barnyard . . . Candlelights . . .
Little Sis . . . Dropped . . . Brotherhood . . .
. Sunshine . . . Finals . ° . Grades . . . Las
. . . Alums . . . Christmas . . . Interim . . .
. . Basketball . . . Big Brothers . . . Little
. Paddles . . . Dates . . . Old Friends . . .
. . . Happiness . . . Formals . . . Together
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The 1 977-78 year marked Chi Omega's fiftieth
year on Centenary's campus. The year began with a
successful rush and continued with such activities
as kid naps, service projects, the Barnyard dance,
Christmas Party, Parent-Daughter Banquet, 50th
Anniversary reunion, and spring formal. Chi
Omegas were seen in many facets of Centenary life
from Choir, to cheerleaders, Pom Pon Girls, R.A.'s
and Maroon Jackets. It is easy to see that they are a
very versatile group of young women. So whenver
you see the "X" and the "Horsheshoe" remember
the Chi Omega.
Jeannine E. Dickens
Jenny Verhalen Charlotte Whitaker
Peggy L. Miles
Jamie C Osborne
Charlotte Thomas Lucie Thornton
Mary Jo Pleasant
Mary Bea Thomas Rebecca Wallace
Eloise Wolford Charlotte Woodruff
Mary C. Hoeflinger Charmaine Hyatt
The Zeta's began the year with a great rush. Twenty-one
young ladies were pledged, producing one of the best pledge
classes ever. The rest of the year was highlighted by the
selection of Big and Little Sisters, "Swamp party," Las Vegas
Night, Slave Sale, pledge-sponsored Halloween and
Christmas parties, Homecoming tea, and a great White Violet
Formal. Since Zeta is a service organization, they kept busy
with the Heart Fund Drive, Open Ear, Unicef, and St. Jude's
Children's Hospital projects, among others. Zeta's are active
in many areas of campus life, as well: cheerleaders, pom-pon
girls, Maroon Jackets, SGA officers, the Choir, theater
productions, YONCOPIN editors, Centenary Lady,
Conglomerate editor, Pacesetters, and various committees.
This year is one to be long remembered by Zeta Tau Alpha,
and the turquoise and silver.
The Alpha lota chapter of Kappa
Alpha Order started the year off with a
bang and the pledging of Greg Cald-
well, Scott Eastepp, Doug Garner, Trey
Henry, Jim McClelland, Brian O'Neil,
Eric Reinert, Lionel Richard, Jim Riv-
era, Harry Stern, Tony Stevens, Kevin
Trachier, and Merrill Wautlet, Jr.
Our usual reputation was upheld
during the year with such events as
Pledging Party, Jungle Party, Christ-
mas Party, Pledge Party, and finally,
the ultimate — Old South.
The elusive championship in football
which had slipped away from the KA's
the previous year was captured in a
hard fought game with the Autumn
Dogs. In pool intramurals, three of the
four finalists were KA's.
Again, that noble tradition of men
. . . the Flathead Club, was present,
and in many members' cases, being
the guiding light in their sojourn
All in all a good year, and good time
was had by all in the house with the
H. G. Hallenbur
Pope W. Oden III
The men of the red brick house at Washington
and Oak had a busy and exciting year. It began
with fall rush and continued with such social
events as the 2 1 st annual Pajama Party, Texas-OU
Weekend, a Halloween Party given by their little
sisters, Christmas Formal and Black and White.
Besides social activities, the Sigs were seen in
all phases of campus life. Dorm Council, S.G.A.,
R.A.'s, Open Ear Staff Members, Varsity Sports,
as well as intramurals. They also kept the
Intramurals trophy for two years and won the
scholarship trophy for '77-'78.
The Sigs were supported by their little sisters:
Eleece Bearden (Pajama Girl), Jane Dillingham,
Diana Graves, Bobra Lohnes, Mimi Mitchell, Becky
Murphy, and Geralyn Peace. Becky Murphy also
served as Sweetheart.
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^^ young men.
The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon
Fraternity were very active in the
community and on Centenary cam-
pus this year. Tekes served as mem-
bers of Open Ear, SGA, KSCL, Con-
glomerate, varsity athletics, Circle
K, and the Centenary Choir.
Several parties given this year
included the Levee party, Graveyard,
the Nest, May Lake, and Christmas
parties. These were followed by the
Mice Races and highlighted by the
Red Carnation Ball.
Of course their activities were
supported by the Order of Diana:
Elaine Ades (Sweetheart), Betsy
Maguire, Linda Warren, Ellen Cole,
Betsey Stockinger, Jan Nash, Susan
Colvin, Lucie Thornton, Vicki
McCann, Eileen Martin, Cathy Lens-
ing, Betsy Stockinger, and Ginny
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R. E. Taylor
The Eta Rho chapter of Theta Chi fraternity
began its year with the pledging of some of the
finest young men on campus. They then immedi-
ately set about celebrating at their annual Mafia
Party. Parties that followed included Demon
Weekend and the Toilet Bowl game, a talent show
that would make Chuck Barris blush, a Christmas
party given by their Pledge Class, and the social
highlight of the spring semester, the Theta Chi
Other activities included the first annual
Haunted House and the Regional Convention
hosted by the brothers and the Centenary chap-
Theta Chi became more active than ever this
year in intramurals and college politics with
brothers in the SGA, Judicial Board, Dorm Coun-
cils, Open Ear, Church Careers, Who's Who,
Pacesetters, and other campus organizations.
The chapter's president, Paul Rogers, was cho-
sen Centenary Gent for the 1 977-78 school year.
The presence and support of Theta Chi's fine
little sister organization, The Daughters of the
Crossed Swords made the year a complete suc-
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This past basketball season was
one of cheers and tears, but it was a
season that ended on a note of
The fall semester seemed to be
plagued with problems. First, the
Gent's leading scorer, Chris Cum-
mings, was lost due to academic
problems. Then backup guard Kevin
Starke transferred due to personal
reasons. The coup de grace came
when head coach Riley Wallace was
dismissed at mid-season.
However, rays of hope material-
ized during the spring semester
under new head coach Tommy Can-
terbury. It began with the Gents
upsetting Northeast. One week later
George Lett made his debut as a
Centenary Gent with a twenty-six
point, fourteen rebound effort as the
Gents defeated Hardin-Simmons.
Looking to next season, the Gents
will be losing only two seniors. They
are starters Bobby White and Bill
Schmidt. But, with so much young
talent the Gents should have no
trouble reaching the top.
Basketball team members are: First row, left to right: Kurt Brumleve (Trainer), Ed Wallace (Manager), Wayne Waggoner, Aaron Strayhorn, Carl
Leismann. Second row: Head Coach Tommy Canterbury, Pete DeWeijs, Steve Kelly, Rudy Manne, Coach Ron Kestenbaum. Third row: Bobby White,
John Derenbecker, Walter Louis, Bill Schmidt, Stan Elfrink.
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Homecoming at Centenary took place
on February 25th, and seven women
were honored by being selected to the
1978 Homecoming Court. The basket-
ball game took place in the Gold Dome
and a Homecoming Dance was held
later. Several parties and gatherings of
alumni took place with the renewing of
old and sometimes forgotten friend-
ships, and there was the customary dec-
orating of sorority and fraternity houses.
Members of the court were: Melanie
Patterson, Becky Murphy, Mary Beall,
Emily Oppenlander, and Amanda McCoy,
with Lydia Adams chosen as First Maid
and Bobra Lohnes honored as Queen.
Opposite page, top:
Becky Murphy and
Bobra Lonhes seem
deep in conversation.
Opposite page, bottom:
Court members amuse
themselves while wait-
Above: THE 1978
Left to right: Melanie
Patterson escorted by
Phillip Budd, Becky
Murphy escorted by
Martin Poole, Mary
Beall escorted by Mark
Wiginton, Queen Bobra
Lohnes escorted by Ellis
Brown, First Maid Lydia
Adams escorted by
John Johnson, Emily
by Dale Kirkindoll, and
escorted by Chip
Bottom: Queen Bobra
Lohnes and First Maid
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The Centenary Cheerleaders added a new
dimension to Gent basketball this season. They
practiced hard, and it was evident by their per-
formance at the games.
The cheerleaders led pep rallies in the cafe
and cheers at the games. Their devotion to the
Gents was shown by their attending several out-
of-town games. The enthusiasm and precision
of this squad will be hard to match in the future.
The 1977-78 Cheerleaders are: Bottom: Mary Beall, Becky Murphy. Left to
right: Dale Kirkindoll, Melanie Patterson, Bart Weaver, Mike Marshall,
Robin Birdsong, Ross Maggard, Mark Wiginton, Josh Bristow, and Jean
The Centenary Pom-Pon Girls supported Gent basketball by dancing and
cheering at games. The team practiced hard and performed well rehearsed rou-
tines, but were only able to schedule a few half-time and pre-game shows. Even
with this trouble they were present at almost every home game and their cheer-
ing and enthusiasm could be counted on.
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D om-Pon Girls are: Left to right: Betsy Boyd, M'Liss Berry, Sheri McCullough, Betsy Stockinger, Mimi Mitchell, Amanda McCoy, Julie Grammer, and
3 aula Glanville.
Baseball at Centenary experi-
enced a period of transition this
past year which marked the
beginning of the "Farrar era."
Farrar refers to the new head
baseball coach James Farrar. In
this first year, hustle, hard
work, and discipline were insti-
tuted to form a winning attitude
among the players. This desire
to win plus good hitting served
to make the team extremely
The Gents were fairly young,
containing nine freshmen,
three sophomores, two juniors,
and five seniors to make up a
team of nineteen players. Mike
Hainsfurther was the only four
With continued desire, the
baseball team should return
prestige to a sport which has
been ignored on this campus
for too long.
Baseball team members are: Left to right, first row: Rick Davis, Brad Graham, Mike dayman. Second row: Danny Myers, John Myers, Steve
Brumfield, Mitch Ashmore. Third row: Coach F. C. Farrar, Flynn Bankard, Joe Toleno, Jordan Stastny, Bill Schmidt. Fourth row: Wayne Rohlf-
ing, Tom Brummer, Mike Hainsfurther, Ricky Slade, Kirk Tolson, Mark Hargis. Fifth row: Leslie Jones, Ronny Morris. Not pictured: Brent
Lutz and Byron Patterson.
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Stephen F. Austin
Le Tourneau College
The Centenary College Men's Tennis team was presented with several unu-
sual circumstances this past year. Awaiting them was a rigid schedule which
ncluded six new schools and the top three positions on the team were held by
freshmen Mike Bender, Richard Wilson, and Will Downs. Their performances
dIus that of juniors Van Wilson and Charles Kesilman, and senior Clayton
Davis caused Coach Bill Causey to comment that the team was one hundred per-
:ent better than last year's squad. Such an evaluation can only mean one thing,
success is just over the horizon for the Gents netters.
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Definitely one of the brightest
spots in Centenary athletics was the
performance given by the golf team.
They consistently showed excellence
during a fall campaign in which the
Gents won three of five tournaments
entered, including an upset of the
defending national champion, the
University of Houston.
Such performances will continue
to happen due to the youth of the
squad. Out of a team of nine, four
were sophomores, and three were
Top performer for the Gents was
sophomore Hal Sutton. He had tre-
mendous support, however, from
sophomores Larry Shannahan, Paul
Sommerfeldt, and Craig Callaway,
freshmen Jimmy Strickland, Jim
Travis, and Todd Hingtgen, junior
Byron May, and senior Jim Donner.
The team was coached by Tommy
Canterbury. Now, after having once
tasted success, they will expect
more of the same in the future.
Golf team members are: Left to right: Todd Hingtgen, Jimmy Strickland, Jim Donner, Byron May, Paul Sommerteiat, Hal Sut-
ton, Coach Tommy Canterbury, Larry Shannahan, Jim O'Dell, Craig Callaway, Jim Travis.
Centenary College broadened its athletic program this past
year with the addition of women's gymnastics. However, this
was not a typical first year team. One unusual circumstance
was that the team contained four freshmen as the top per-
formers. Even more unusual was that these four girls were
possibly the four best female gymnasts in the country to com-
pete for one school.
Foremost was Kathy Johnson, the nation's number one
ranked female gymnast. Not far behind in calibre were the
other three freshmen, Beth Johnson, Gigi de Jong, and Jea-
nelle Marie Berthing.
All four were proteges of Vannie Edwards, the man chosen
to direct the team. Edwards' credentials were and are impres-
sive, as he was considered one of the premier gymnastic
coaches in the country.
Also competing for Centenary were sophomores Jean
Turner and Mary Beall.
This kind of youth and energy, plus the expertise of Coach
Edwards will definitely keep Centenary at the top of women's
gymnastics for the next three years.
Top left: Beth Johnson dis-
plays her skills on the bal-
Top right: This stunt is per-
formed almost effortlessly
by Kathy Johnson.
Bottom: Members of the
gymnastic team are: Front
Row: Gigi de Jong, Kathy
Johnson, Jean Turner,
Betsy Maguire, Coach
Roberto Quintanales. Sec-
ond row: Coach Vannie
Edwards, Sue Orr, Mary
Beall, Beth Johnson, Ann
Brown, and Dr. Haley.
Centenary's second women's varsity addition was
tennis. This team was quite young containing four
freshmen and three sophomores out of a team of nine.
Strong performances were given by sophomore
Holly Haygood and two freshmen, Evelyn Hamilton and
The team was rounded out by seniors Gail Nolte,
Ellen Cole, and Casie Hesemann, sophomore Mary Gal-
lin, and freshmen Penny Potter and Paula Stevens.
These girls were blessed with an excellent tennis
mind when Sima Niholic was named coach.
The girls youth, plus a tough schedule, all played
important factors in the team performance. However,
it will not be long before the Centenary women's tennis
team becomes a force to be reckoned with.
Tennis team members are: Left to right, first row: Casie Hesemann, Evelyn
Hamilton. Second row: Holly Haygood, Jane Jeffers, Coach Sima Nicolic. Third
row: Beverly Finley, Paula Stevens.
The cross country team at Centenary displayed signs of growth and discipline
in this its sixth year of existence. Members of the team conditioned themselves
to long distance running by practicing hard to strengthen their endurance. As a
result their performance was looked upon with pride by Centenary.
Centenary's soccer team competed on
the club level, and played schools in the
Ark-La-Tex area. They were one of the
better teams in the area which enabled
them to have a very fine spring.
The team received leadership from
Coach Glenn Evans and team captain
Dave Barnett. Other outstanding players
were seniors Clinton Schmidt, Alfonso
McLean, AN Olaida, and sophomores
John Munn and Eric Reinert.
It was an excellent year for the pro-
gram and the success it enjoyed should
continue in the future.
Team members are: Top to bottom:
John Fakess, Carlos Rausseo, Clinton
Schmidt, Selwyn Roberts and John
Munn. Members not pictured are:
Dave Barnett, Fernando Munoz,
Manash Sarcar, Glen West, Bertram
Alozle, and Eric Reinert.
The intramural season began with excitement
this year. The first sport played was football. Each
fraternity fought long and hard, but when it was all
over the Kappa Alpha fraternity came out on top
by upsetting the Kappa Sigma fraternity and the
Next in line was volleyball with both men's and
women's divisions. Sounds of students in compe-
tition could be heard from Haynes gym almost
The rest of the season consisted of table games,
basketball, cross country and softball. Most of the
teams were very evenly matched and in many
cases luck played a major part in the outcome.
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Greg Donald, Fr.
Diane Bernatawig, Jr., Cathy Ballard, Sr.
Elizabeth Jennings, Fr. Lucy Owings, Soph., Sue Lee Nichols, Jr.
Gudrun Stock, Sr.
Duncan Lill, Sr.
Thomas Ward, Nancy Matthews, Sr.
Martin Poole, Sr.
Tim Holland, Soph., Cliff Ford, Soph., Charles Gaby, Soph.
Dale Grauke, Sr., Paul Armstrong, Soph., Don Garner, Sr.
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Paul Shuey, Sr.
Below: Brent Luntz, Jr., Linda Warren, Jr.
Nan Overmyer, Jr.
Below: Mike Osetinsky, Soph.
Below: Peggy Miles, Karen Koelemay, Jess Regan, Karen Bristow, Kathy Thomas, Frs.
Theresa Cartmill, Soph., Betty Compton, Jr., Davida D'Asserteau, Sr. Pete DeBuys, Jr., Dana Ellis, Jr.
McClelland, John Munn, Bill Kyle, Gary Prechter, BobGardere, Duncan Lill,
Mona and John Logan, Sophs.
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Below: Joe Rue, Soph.
Eric Reinert, Soph.
Melinda Love, Fr, Charmaine Hyatt, Soph, Jess|
Ann, Sr., and Ken Osborne, Sr.
Patrick Finch, Jr.
Susan Mudd, Fr.
Below: Jane Daugherty, Jr.
We are but pages in
this book of noble heraldry:
Cathy Busch, Craig McCartney, Srs., John Sheridan, Jr.
Harold Phipps, Soph.
Dale Ross, Fr.
Casie Hesemann, Sr., Vicki Spence, Soph., Vicki McCann, Jr.
Betsy Maguire, Sr., Elaine Ades, Jr.
Billy Chandler, Marshal Taylor, Jrs., Mark Messinger, Sr.
The Seekers of
Joseph Dowling, Melissa Draper, Rick Demers, Jrs.
John Montelopre, Sr.
Danny Gramble, Sr.
Sharon Stuckey, Jr., Dick Dodson, Cheryl Brewer, Sophs.
Tina Ellis, Jr.
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Susan Snyder, Fr., Melanie Patterson, Soph., Becky Murphy, Jr., Melissa Beshears, Fr., Jan Nash, Soph., Paula Stevens, Fr.
Calvin James, Fr.
Ulf Tennander. John Holcomb, Frs.
Betsy Boyd, Sr.
Len Archer, Kevin Ewer, Srs., Ellis Brown, Jr., Ron Casillas, Soph.
Jenny Verhalen, Evelyn Hamilton, Denise Bland, Sherri Talley,
We are the
Scott Smith, Sr.
Grace Riggin, Sr., Larry McCammon, Fr.
Mark Wiginton, Jr., Dianne Rohrer
Vicki Learner, Kate Lawrence, Kathleen Tiernan, Lisa Henley, Frs.
We are the
reason it continues.
Dave Parker, Jr., Amy Michel, Doug Meyer, Melissa Wilkms, Sophs., Ken Posey, Fr.
Nancy Foster, Claudia Fisher, Sophs.
Wanda Jackson, Soph.
Lydia Adams, Kim Goss, Jrs., Becky Wallace, Soph., Mary Jo Pleasant, Sr. Trud Y Alm ° n d, Jr., Marty Griffith, Sr„ Laurie Shelton, Soph.
lolly Haik, Fr., Robin Birdsong, Sr.
John Purdy, Fr.
Paul Brubaker, Jr., Bill Wilding, Sr., Bob Ganaway, Terry Moore, Sophs.
Karl Klaus, Jr., Parnell Holt, Fr.
ISheri Moses, Fr.
David Dooley, Soph.
Linda Lukey, Soph.
Roselyn Harngan, Fr.
. and searching
Elaine McArdle, Jr.
Below: Christy Jones, Sr.
No truth is
Beverly Finley, Jr.
Below: Martha Orphe, Fr.
Kim Hughens, Sr., Jamie Osborne, Soph.
First row: Scott Eastepp, Lionel Richard, John Gardere, Greg Caldwell, Chip
Kruse, Scott Hayes, Merrill Wautlet.
John Lambert, Sr.
Sunny Burgess, Liz Stockwell, Jeannine Dickens, Ellen Brown, Sophs.
Back: John Fakess, Scott Turner, Trey Henry, Eric Rheinert, Harry Stern, Wayne Crank, Brian O'Neal, Bill Bywaters, Tony Stevens, Jack Caldwell, James Rivera.
Left: Susan Hill, Terri Fortner, Frs.
Below: Larry Carothers, Soph., Annette Anderson, Bertram Alozie, Frs.
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Susan Patterson, Sr., Ann Greenough, Jr., Mary Bea Thoman, Soph., Sue Orr, Soph., Amanda Garrett,
Daphne Wiegand, Jrs., Virginia Williams, Sr.
Charmaine Hyatt, Soph., Jimmy Potter, Jr.
Corey Gabler, Mike Graf, Harry Stein, Doug Gar-
Steve Branton, Soph.
Jim McClelland, Bill Bywaters, Tony Stevens, Trey Henry, Scott Hayes, John
Gardere, Lionel Richard
the lives .
Dale Cottongin, Paul Rogers, Srs.
Penny Potter, Fr., Bobra Lohnes, Kelly McKinney, Sophs.
That have been
Paul Brubaker, Patti Morrison, Jrs.
John Glassell, Fr.
Below: Kathy Turner, Soph.
Below Tim Duke, Soph.
Greg Braden, Sr
Rex Porter, Debbie Thompson, Frs.
Jamie Killeen, Sr.
Gordon Blackman, Soph.
Eileen Martin, Sr,
Sam McDaniel, Sr.
Below: Andy West, Pete Ermes, Jrs.
We are the dreams . . .
Jody Ray, Soph.
Liz Powell, Sr., Holly Haygood, Soph.
David Poe, Soph., Vicki Rainbolt, Fr
Julie Grammer, Jean Turner, Sophs., Debbie List, Fr.
Carol Stringer, Jr., Laura Popejoy, Fr., Sue Brown, Soph., Jane Dillingham, Jr.
Rhonda Slade, Melodye Tanner, Srs.
Jan Witt, Jr.
Below: Scott Hyde, Fr.
Sand.a Shaw, Sr.
Paul Griffith, Jr.
of those passing
through before us
Ron Raney, Geralyn Peace, Clayton Davis, Srs., Joe Hollenberg, David Kneipp, Fr., Stu Oswego Park
Soph., Philip Budd, Fr.
Janet Vaught, Claudia Fisher, Tina Ellis, Paula Glanville, Sarah Doss, Charlotte Whitaker, Vicki Sink, Ellise Shell,
Karen Kingsbery, Sandy Gillespie, Nancy Foster, Mary Gallien, Susie Thomas, Peggy Thompson.
Graduate students in Business
Sally and Don Candell
Joy Sherman, Jr.
John Mouser, Fr., Mike Jackson, Jr., Ross Maggard, Sr., John Martin, Fr.
Robert Truitt, Fr.
Sarah Darden, Tom Winston, Jrs.
Below: Phil Maguire, Fr.
Our lives represent
the success that was
found here years
Susan Rogers, Sr.
Jeanne Tanner, Fr.
Jay Burns, Fr.
Anne Ard, Sr
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Marilyn McDowell, Vondel Smith, Frs., Andrea Martin, Jr.
Van Wilson, Jr., Jeb Bell, Soph., Will Downs, Fr.
And that will be
found here in
years to come.
Reyland Heumann, Jr., Rusty Allen, Fr., Clay Coco, Soph.
Carol Hunt, Fr.
Calvin Anderson, Fr., Loren Huffman, Soph., Kirk Labor, Fr., Bill Cheyne, Jr.
Joseph Arnold, Fr.
Helen Thornton, Sr.
Lee Jamison, Jr., James Cox, Fr.
Barry Crain, Sr., Diane Graves, Jr.
Donna Smith, Jimmy Morgan, Jrs.
Cathy Linder, Jr., Diana Riggsby, Soph.
Robin Gill, Fr.
Below: Vicki Sink, Fr.
Brigette Freeman, Jr., Ruth Reger, Penny Harper, Frs.
Stephanie Calhoun, Jr.
Abbie B. Bigelow, Sr.
Judy Howard, Stephen Schurman, Frs.
Thy counsel will
Jim Frantz, Fr.
Melinda Olson, Sr.
Mike Hainsfurther, Sr.
John Wuenschel, Soph., Ken Jeck, Fr.
Darlene Pryor, Sr.
Beth Carter, Cindy Gleason, Frs.
Kelly Allison, Charlotte Thomas, Frs., Jayne Trammel!, Sr., Steve Kelly, Soph.
Thou hast shown us our* way.
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Ken Bowden, Sr., Sharon Crafton, Jr.
Keith Dalyhyte, David Newton Cole, Jr., Andy Shehee, Sr.
Gretchen Wendt, Fr.
Kathy Dobbs, Soph., Josh Bristow, Sr.
Stan Elfrink, Fr., Sherri McCullough, Jr.
Hans Wachsmuth, Soph., Paul Harper, Jr.
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Steve Connolly, Sr.
For we are but pages in
this thy book of noble
Tricia Cross, Mary Ramsay, Janie Lou Jenkins, Jrs.
Janet Vaught, Soph.
Kevin McDougald, Fr.
Vue Khue, Fr.
Brent Henley, Soph
Richard Wilson, Fr.
The Finders of
Lisa and Marcia Hedges, Frs.
John Vercellino, Fr.
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Cathe Lewis, Soph., Pam Hartman, Sr.
TO THEE, CENTENARY
Such a glorious past we have shared
with our forefathers,
We have held for a moment their torch,
and continued the march.
We are but pages in this book of noble
heraldry; the Seekers of the Truth.
We are the faces seen on this campus.
We are the reason it continues,
For without our laughter, tears, and
No truth is found amidst these walls.
We are the lives that have been molded
and guided here.
We are the dreams of those passing
through before us.
Our lives represent the success that was
found here years ago,
And that will be found here in years
M 0h, CENTENARY, thy counsel will we
carry with us always.
Thou hast taught us many things,
Thou hast shown us our way,
For we are but pages in this thy book
of noble heraldry;
The Finders of the Truth."
Aug. 31,1 957-Sept. 22, 1 977
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Ades. Elaine. 58, 69. 93. 149
Allen, Rusty; 177
Allison. Kelly; 94, 185
Allums, John, 92
Almond, Trudy; 71, 72. 159
Alozie, Bertram; 78, 125, 165
Ames, Craig; 77
Anderscjp. Annette; 165
Anderson. Calvin; 1 77
Anderson. Emily; 79
Andress, Knox; 50, 63
Archer, Len; 90, 153
Ard, Anne, 71, 176
Armstrong, Paul; 63, 92, 138
Arnold, Joseph; 1 78
Arnold. Shirley; 71, 145
Ashmore, Mitch; 1 12
Baird, John; 63
Ballard, Cathy; 136
Bankard, Flynn; 1 1 2
Barnett, David; 125
Beall. Mary; 56, 102, 103, 105, 108, 143
Bearden, Eleece; 72, 1 56
Bell. David; 56. 93, 147
Bell. Jeb; 92, 1 77
Bender, Mike; 119
Bernatowicz, Sharon; 136
Berry. M'Liss; 111
Berry, Liz; 84
Berry, Rick; 88
Bertanzetti, David; 41, 88
Beshears. Melissa; 63, 86, 1 53
Bicknell, Scott; 79
Bigelow, Abbie; 180
Bingham, Betsy; 1 40
Bird. Tony, 88, 142
Birdsong, Robin; 108. 109, 159
Blacker, Karen; 75
Btackman, Gordon; 1 70
Blakely, Carolyn; 63, 1 55
Bland. Dense; 84, 154
Bowden. Ken; 63. 187
Boyd, Betsy; 1 1 0, 1 1 1 , 1 53
Braden. Greg; 45. 64, 65, 72, 75. 76, 169
Brady, Cheri; 156
Branton. Steve; 64, 92. 166
Brewer. Cheryl; 84, 152
Bricker. Tim; 151
Bristow. Josh, 108, 109, 187
Britton, Jay; 90, 1 39
Brock. Sandra; 151
Brodnax, Kathryn; 50
Bronner. Lane; 58
Brown. Ann; 121. 160
Brown. Ellis; 80, 91, 153
Brown, Ellen; 164
Brown, Sue; 5. 86, 1 72
Broyles, Mike; 91
Brubaker. Paul. 160. 168
Brumfield, Steve; 1 12
Brumleve, Kurt; 162
Brummer. Tom; 1 12
Bruner, Theresa; 86. 1 56
Bruster, Tim; 54. 63
Budd, Phil; 1 73
Bullock, Barber; 1 56
Burgess, Sunny; 164
Burns, Jay; 1 76
Burns, Roberta; 45
Busch, Cathy; 72, 76, 79, 148
Bywaters, Bill, 88, 165, 167
Caldwell, Greg, 88, 164
Caldwell, John; 88, 1 65
Caldwell, Tony; 50, 88
Calhoun, Stephanie; 180
Calloway, Craig; 120
Camp, Becca; 63, 85, 142
Candell, Donald; 1 74
Candell, Sally; 174
Carothers, Larry; 165
Carter, Debbie; 63, 86, 182
Carter, Beth; 185
Cartmill, Theresa; 141
Caruthers, Ann; 85, 1 76
Casillas, Ron; 90, 124, 153
Caulkins, Doug; 151
Cecil, Randy; 79
Chandler, Billy; 58, 93. 149
Cheyne, Jane; 84. 89
Cheyne. Bill; 80, 93, 177
Clanton, Cindy; 86
Clayman, Mike; 1 12
Clifton, Candy; 56
Cockrell, Donna; 147
Coco, Clay; 93, 1 77
Cole. David; 50, 93, 1 87
Cole, Ellen; 38, 45, 48, 69, 76, 87, 1 22
Colvin, Susan; 73
Compton, Betty; 56, 141
Connolly, Steve; 94, 188
Cook, Ellie; 57, 181
Cooper, Nancy; 36, 45. 69. 72, 75, 76, 79
Copeland, Jud; 52. 58
Cottongim. Dale; 41, 94, 167
Courtney, Cheryl; 71
Cox, James; 1 78
Cratton. Sharon; 56. 63, 187
Cram, Berry; 58,91, 178
Crank, Wayne; 89, 165
Cromwell, Rita; 156
Cross, Tricia; 68, 73, 189
Culver, David; 181
Cunningham, Brenda; 81, 85
Darden. Sarah; 58, 175
Darrow, Bobby; 58
D'Asserteau, Davida; 141
Daugherty, Jane; 146
Dauphin, Ron; 38, 54, 56, 76. 80. 94, 191
Davis, Caren; 84, 162
Davis. Clayton; 91, 119, 173
Davis, Rick; 112
Debuys, Pete; 63, 93, 141
Dejong, Giselle; 121
Demers, Rick; 152
Derenbecker, John; 99
Deweys, Peter; 90, 99, 140
Dickens, Jeannine; 84, 164
Dickerson, Paul; 76
Dillingham, Jane; 86, 1 72
Dobbs, Kathy; 187
Dodson. Dick; 74, 93, 152
Dollahite, Keith; 93, 187
Donald, Gregory; 1 36
Donner, Jim; 90, 120, 157
Doss, Sarah; 173
Dowling, Joseph; 1 52
Downs, Will; 54, 77, 92, 1 19, 177
Draper, Melissa; 151
Duke, Tim; 168
Duncan, Scott; 91
Easker, Pam; 68, 84, 142
Eastepp, Scott; 88, 164
Edmund, Dan; 34, 45. 90, 72, 75, 145
Edwards, Herries; 50, 145
Elfrink, Stan; 99. 1 88
Elkins, Cindy; 63
Ellis, Dana; 63, 141
Ellis, Tina; 152, 173
Erbe, Bonnie; 148
Ermes, Pete; 92, 1 70
Evans. Paul E.
Evans, Paul F.
Ewer, Kevin; 45, 56, 124, 153
Ewing, Lester; 77
Fakess, John, 88, 125. 125
Fields, Woodrow; 79, 1 50
Finch, Pat; 63, 92, 146
Finley, Beverly; 122, 163
Fisher, Claudia; 1 58, 1 73
Fleming, Davdi, 56, 94, 191
Ford, Cliff; 1 38
Fordham, Dale; 165
Foster, Nancy; 1 58, 1 73
Frantz, Jimmy; 90, 182
Frates, Lisa; 1 42
Frazier, Jay; 52
Freeman, Bngitte; 180
Freeman, Lynn; 58, 69
Fuller, William; 57
Fulmer, Marty; 162
Gabler, Corey; 88
Gaby, Charles; 63, 1 38
Galhen, Mary; 173
Gamble. Danny; 1 52
Gannaway, Bob; 63, 88, 90, 160
Gardere, Bob; 88, 141
Gardere, John; 164, 167
Garner, Don; 90, 138
Garner, Doug; 88, 143
Garrard. Ginny; 56, 73, 74
Garrett, Amanda; 55, 63, 86, 166
Gill, Robin; 63, 1 79
Gillespie, Sandy; 88, 84, 1 73
Gipson, Ralph; 77
Glanville, Paula; 110, 111, 173
Glassell. John; 168
Gleason, Cindy; 63, 185
Goins, Rick; 145
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Goss, Kim; 86, 159
Graf. Mike; 88, 1 42
Graham. Brad; 50, 118
Grammer, Julie; 55,85,110,111,172
Grauke. Dale; 90, 138
Graves, Diane; 1 78
Green, Mananna; 86
Green, Susan; 36, 45, 69. 86, 76
Greenough, Ann; 48, 50, 57, 87, 166
Grenillion, Troy; 63
Griffith, Marty, 71, 72, 159
Griffith. Paul, 77, 94, 173
Gunn, Susan; 181
Mass, Karen; 160
Haik. Holly; 84, 1 59
Haik, Mike; 90
Hainsfurther, Mike; 56, 80, 90, 112, 183
Hamilton, Evelyn; 81, 85, 122, 154
Hanson, Kim; 145
Hard, Jim; 45, 56, 73,94, 191
Hargis, Mark; 112
Harper, Paul; 77, 94, 188
Harper, Penny; 180
Harngan, Roselyn, 90, 161
Harris, Jo Anne
Harris, John, 70, 186
Harrison, Sharren; 45, 50, 79
Hartman, Pam; 190
Harvey, Mary S.; 191
Hawkins, Heather; 87
Haynes, Scott; 80, 88, 164, 167
Haygood, Holly; 122, 171
Heacock, Teresa; 70, 1 84
Hedges. Lisa; 79. 1 90
Hedges, Marcia; 190
Henley, Brent; 68, 94, 189
Henley. Lisa; 77, 87. 155
Henry, Trey; 88. 165, 167
Hesemann, Casie; 37, 64. 65, 69, 85, 122, 149
Hesselman, Charles; 1 19
Hetnck, Deborah; 162
Heumann, Reyland; 177
Hilborn, Cherie; 64, 65, 69, 1 57
Hill, Susan; 87, 165
Hmgtgen, Todd; 92, 120
Hirsch, Philip; 176
Hodges, Russ; 92, 191
Hoeflinger, Mary Catherine; 87
Holcomb, John; 95, 153
Holder, Larry; 95, 151
Holland, Tim; 71, 138
Hollenberg, Joel; 77, 173
Holt, Parnell; 63, 90, 1 60
Hood, Marian; 156
Howard, Judy; 182
Hudson, Paige; 181
Huffman, Loren; 54, 177
Hughens, Kim; 57, 84, 164
Humphrey, Lewin; 92
Hunt, Carol, 177
Hurup, Elsebeth; 78
Hyatt, Charmaine; 63, 87, 144, 166
Hyde, Chris, 77, 95, 181
Hyde, Scott; 95, 1 72
Jackson, Curtis; 58
Jackson, Mike; 95, 1 74
Jackson, Wanda; 158
James, Calvin; 79, 153
Jamison, Lee; 178
Jeck, Kenneth; 183
Jeffers, Jan, 122, 191
Jenkins. Janie Low; 57, 68, 1 89
Jenkins, Elizabeth; 136
Johnson, Beth; 121
Johnson, John B.
John, John K ; 92
Johnson, Kathy A.; 121
Johnson, Kathy B.; 156
Johnson, Mary Anne
Johnston, Christine, 163
Keddal, Mark; 48, 92
Kelley. Martha, 58, 69, 87
Kelly, Steve L., 99
Kelly, Steve R; 56, 95, 185
Kennedy. Brian; 63, 68, 74, 80, 92
Keyes, Kathy; 152
Killeen, Jamie; 50, 76, 79, 1 70
King, Rusty; 63
Kingsbury, Karen; 84, 173
Kirchner, Karen; 87, 95. 1 50
Kirkindoll, Dale; 63, 108, 109, 145
Klaus, Karl; 160
Kneipp. David; 90
Kneipp, Lee; 170
Koon, David, 77
Kruse, Chip; 88, 164
Kunkel, Kathy; 181
Labor, Kirk; 92, 177
Ladner, Shayne, 93
Laliberte, Colleen; 58
Lambert, John; 35, 45, 48, 56, 72, 80, 92
Lawrence, Kate; 86, 155
Le Hanh, Nguyet; 78
Learner, Vicki; 155
Lensing, Cathy; 35. 45, 81, 69, 68, 84, 72
Lett, George; 99
Lewis. Cathe; 85, 1 90
Lilley. Doug; 72, 75
Lill, Duncan; 80, 89, 137, 143
Linder, Cathy; 179
List, Debbie; 85, 172
Logan, John; 143
Logan, Mona; 143
Lohnes, Bobra.81,85, 102, 103, 167
Lott, Mary Beth; 56
Love, Melinda; 143, 63
Ludwig, Trip; 90
Lukey, Linda; 81, 86, 161
Lutz, Brent; 56, 93, 80, 1 12, 139
Mack, Laura; 57, 152
Madsen, Lars; 78
Maggard, Ross; 74, 95, 1 08, 1 09, 1 74
Maguire, Betsy; 121, 149
Maguire, Phil; 57. 175
Manne, Rudy; 99
Martin, Andrea; 57, 1 76
Martin, Eileen, 63, 69, 85, 1 70
Martin, John F.; 94, 174
Martin, John L
Martin, John R., 147
Martin, Rogers; 169
Matthews, Ann, 72, 73
Matthews, Nancy, 70
Maxey, Samuel, 77
May, Byron; 1 20
McArdle, Elaine; 50, 76, 79, 86, 183
McArty, Keith, 77, 162
McCammon, Larry, 94, 154
McCann, Vicki, 149
McCartney, Craig; 148
McClelland, Jim; 88, 142, 167
McConnell, John; 91, 45
McCormack, Patty; 50, 58
McCoy, Amanda; 86, 1 02, 1 03, 1 1 0, 1 1 1 , 1 5 1
McCullough, Shen; 73, 1 10, 1 1 1, 188
McDaniel, Sam; 1 70
McDougald, Kevin; 189
McKinney, Kelly; 63, 85, 167
McManus, Cindy; 58
McMilhn, Mike; 94
McPherson, C. R.
McVay, Ann; 63, 182
McWilliams, Patric; 58
Messinger, Mark; 92, 149
Meyer, Doug; 1 57
Meyer, Ginger; 184
Michel, Amy; 157
Middlebrook, Jane; 142
Miles, Peggy; 57, 85
Milhoan, Josette; 169
Miller, Brenda; 184
Mireles, Lisa; 157
Mitchell, Mimi;86. 1 10. 111,151
Montelepre, John; 152
Moody, Chuck; 88
Moore, Jeff; 90
Moore. Jess; 63, 90, 144
Moore, Terry; 160
Morgan, Jimmy; 1 79
Morris, Ronnie, 1 12
Morrison, Patty; 68, 81, 85. 168
Moses, Shen; 161
Mouser, Jon; 94, 1 74
Moussaoui, Abbas; 78
Mudd, Susan; 146
Munn, John; 88, 125, 142
Munoz, Fernando; 125, 142
Murphy, Becky; 40, 55, 56. 74, 86, 9 1 , 1 02. 1 03. 1 08. 1 09,
Murphy, Mary Lou; 90
Musgrave, Ruth; 90
Myers, Danny; 1 12
Myers, John; 1 12
Myers, Ron; 71
Nash, Jan; 86, 1 53
Nichols, Susan; 136
Neilson, Lon; 52, 169
Nolte, Gail; 56, 57, 68, 85
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Nyquist. Robin; 77
O'Deli, Manoah; 120
Oden, Pope; 90. 1 93
Olson, Mehnda; 72, 182
O'Neal. Debbie; 81, 87
O'Neill, Brian, 88, 165
Oppenlander, Emily; 102, 103, 38
Orphe, Marty; 163
Orr. Sue; 87. 121, 166
Osborne, Jamie; 77, 85, 164
Osborne, Ken; 73, 1 46
Osborne, Ann; 72, 146
Osetinsky, Mike; 76, 92, 140
Ouzts. John; 72
Overmyer, Nancy; 70, 140
Owings, Lucy, 136
Park, Stu; 70, 1 73
Parker, David; 157
Parker, Hassel; 1 48
Patterson. Byron; 1 72
Patterson, Melanie; 56, 87, 102, 103, 104. 109, 153
Patterson, Susan; 39, 63. 69, 8 1 , 86, 1 66
Peace, Geralyn; 84, 1 73
Peace, Louan; 84
Penri-Evans. David; 57, 78, 158
Perez, Jose; 1 80
Pharr, Jeff; 77, 91
Phillips, Will; 56, 95, 151
Phipps, Harold, 149
Pina, Danilo; 179
Pleasant, Mary Jo; 86, 1 59
Poe, David; 90, 171
Poole, Martin; 50, 90, 124, 134
Popeioy, Laura; 87, 172
Porter, Nancy; 63, 84, 182
Porter, Rex; 1 70
Posey. Ken; 63, 157
Potter, Jimmy; 90, 124, 145, 166
Potter, Penny; 85, 1 67
Potts, Mike; 95, 191
Powell. Liz; 171
Prechter, Gary; 88, 142
Prince, Susan; 63
Pryor, Darlene; 185
Pullman, David; 162
Purdy. John; 54, 160
Rainbolt, Vicki; 171
Ramsay, Mary; 68, 72, 76, 189
Raney, Ronald; 90, 1 73
Rarusso, Carlos, 1 25
Ray, Judy; 95, 171
Reger, Ruth; 180
Reinert, Eric; 88, 125, 144, 165
Rice, Susan; 87
Richard, Lionel, 88, 164, 167
Rickey, Les; 58
Ricou, William; 169
Riggin. Grace; 63, 69, 154
Riggsby. Diana; 74, 85, 1 79
Ring, Donna; 184
Rivera, James; 88
Rivers. Ken; 58
Roberts. Selwyn; 57, 78, 125, 186
Roe, Joe; 1 44
Rogers. Chris; 95, 155
Rogers, Paul; 39, 45, 80, 94, 167
Rogers, Susan; 1 75
Rohlfing, Wayne; 112
Rohrer, Dianne; 56, 71, 155
Ross, Dale; 79, 149
Rotherham, Susan; 78
Russell, Steven; 143
Sanders, Mary; 57, 152
Sanders, Richard; 88, 142
Sarcar, Manash; 125
Scales, Lydia; 63
Schaller, Marcey; 191
Scarlato, Debbie; 148
Schmidt. Clinton; 45, 57, 64, 1 25
Schmidt, Bill; 99, 112
Schurman, Steve; 182
Sears, Jim; 95, 193
Segers, Becky; 58, 67
Serio, Tommy; 45, 58
Shannahan, Lawrence; 120
Shaw, Sandra; 1 73
Shehee, Andy; 50, 92, 1 87
Shell, Susan; 173
Shelton, Laurie; 1 59
Sheridan, John; 148
Sherman, David; 58, 92
Sherman, Joy; 57, 63, 85, 1 74
Shuey. Paul; 64. 65, 139
Singdahlsen, Anna; 70
Sink, Vicki; 1 73, 1 79
Slade, Rhonda; 172
Slade, Ricky; 112, 158
Smith, Dana; 179
Smith, Vondel; 1 76
Smith, Scon; 124, 154
Snyder, Susan; 63, 86, 153
Sommerfeldt, Paul; 120
Spence, Vicki; 149
Stanley, Karen; 147
Stastny, Jordan; 112, 176
Stern, Harry; 88, 165
Stevens, Paula; 86, 122, 153
Stevens, Tony; 88, 165, 167
Stock, Gudnn; 137
Stockinger, Betsy; 63, 87, 1 10, 1 1 1, 147
Stockwell, Liz; 56, 63, 164
Strayhorn, Aaron; 99
Strickland, Jimmy; 120
Stringer, Carol; 55, 8 1 , 87, 1 72
Strotman, Bruce; 186
Stuckey, Sharon; 85, 152
Suhar, Marcus; 124
Sukol, Judy; 50,87, 184
Sutton, Hal; 160
Taha, Wail; 78
Talley, Shern; 85, 154
Tanner, Jean; 175
Taylor, Lou Ann
Taylor, Marshall; 63, 92, 149
Telano, Joey; 42
Tennander, Ulf; 54, 78, 95, 153
Teter, John, 148
Tharpe, Nancy; 77
Thomas, Charlotte; 85, 185
Thomas, Cathy A,
Thomas, Cathy S.; 173
Thomas. Mary Bea; 56, 86, 166
Thompson, Debbie; 1 70
Thomson, Peggy; 173
Thornton, Helen; 1 78
Thornton, Lucie; 45, 56, 73, 85, 1 50
Tiernan, Kathleen; 155
Tolson, Kirk; 112
Trachier, Kevin; 88
Trammelle, Jayne; 185
Truitt. Robert; 90, 174
Travis, James; 120
Turner, Jean; 84, 108, 109, 121, 172
Turner, Kathy; 1 68
Turner, Scott; 165
Van Tiem, Julia; 58, 141
Vaughn, Anne; 73
Vaught, Janet; 173, 189
Vercellino, John; 95, 155, 190
Verhalen, Jenny; 50, 81, 84, 154
Vu, Khue; 189
Wachsmuth, Hans; 78, 94, 1 88
Waggoner, Wayne; 99
Walker, Darryn; 63, 1 86
Wallace, Ed; 191
Wallace, Becky; 86, 159
Warren, Linda; 139
Wautlet, Merrill; 88, 1 64
Weaver. Bart; 109
Welch, Yasmin; 76, 78, 87
Wells, Roarke; 56, 94, 1 44
Wendt, Gretchen; 1 87
West, Andy; 1 70
West, Glen; 1 25
Whitaker, Charlotte; 57, 84, 1 73
White, Bobby; 99
White, Cheryl; 87
Wiegand, Daphne; 68, 166
Wieting, Mike; 37, 45, 64, 72, 75, 76, 80, 94, 1 44
Wiginton. Mark; 63, 75,92, 108, 109. 155
Wilding, Bill; 63, 160
Wilkms, Melissa; 157
Wilcox, John; 58
Williams, Fred; 145
Williams, Virginia; 40, 86, 166
Willis, Ricky; 77
Wilson, Richard; 90, 119, 190
Wilson, Tom; 175
Wilson, Van; 56, 68, 92, 1 1 9, 1 77
Witt, Jan; 1 72
Wolford, Eloise; 86
Womak, Carey; 184
Woodruff. Charlotte; 81, 86
Woolbert, Mike; 94, 144, 77
Woolbert, Sam; 64, 65, 75, 144
Wright, Robin; 1 44
Youngman, April; 172
Young man, Robert; 92
Zartman, Mary Jane
Zentner, Tommy; 80, 90, 140