Eastern Oklahoma State College - Mountaineer Yearbook (Wilburton, OK)

 - Class of 1972

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I Am Everyday People . . . The firsf day was hecfic . . . We didn'f know if we were coming or going . . . and we didn'f know if anyone else was coming or going eifher . . . we saw new faces - many new faces - and if didn'f fake us long fo find ouf fhe names of fhe new faces . . . We had birfhday parfies from "Sarah Lee" . . secref parfies af Coon Creek . . . inframural games . . . goofing off hours wifh ofher kids . . . and every once in a while - when we could scrape up enough money - we had lunch af Buddys . . . .- X , Our world was early fo rise and lafe fo bed ' and somefimes sleep was somefhing ofher people did - because we had exams fhe nexf day . ' We sal' on our cars and falked . . . we saf in our rooms and falked . . . and someflmes we even saf in fhe Library and falked . . . we had fun we worked . . . iusf like every ofher sfudenf across fhe nafion . . . WE are everyday people . . . - ., 'Nu fffasmif' 'wi V , l , U.- HH H, - --1' ,,-:v:"'l" . ' 1 n'L1??E-5,5-1 i ' eifa-.FE ' 'f '- 1-f Top Cenfer - Huey Whife, Booksfore manager, uses an affernoon fo check his records. Bo'H'om Cenfer - Readying herself for 'roday's flurry of classes and friends is Tawanna Crum. Above - A new car. warm fun-loving people and a pleasanf afmosphere are iusf a few of fhe essenfials for ll-rl Linda Pafferson. Jimmy Harris. James Harri- son, Jo Jo Moore and Murrieffa Lawrence fo have a good fime. STudenTs Spend Leisure Time Frolicking Our leisure Time was someThing we made The mosT Times were when We gO+ away , , , Oi - - - each Oli U5 having 5 Tav0riTe il1lnQ l'0 do - - - spending The aTTernoon breezing on bikes . . . swinging in playing QUVYGVS OV' The lawn Gi f1iQl'1l - - - The park . . . bullriding . . . sky diving . . . or iusT plain sTopping by The STudel'1T Union To chaT - - . Trolicking . . .our leisure Time was greaT Tor everyday peo- pracTicing roping on a dummy horse. ple in everyday life. L' ' Above - Some Tind Their leisure by skydiving and oThers like Tom Far RighT Top -- Tvlan's BesT Friend Tinds The campus a greaT place Mixon iusT enioyed a TasTy snack aT The park. Cenfer Top - Tommy To meeT Triends like Ora Bell lleffl and Thelma Cole. Far Righi BOT- Shipley fancies The lighTer side OT liie wiih 6 bedufiiul, Cleef Shiny Tom - GeTTing away from liTe's everyday hang-ups are il-rl J. bubble. CenTer BoTTom - CuTTing across The lawn is a TrequenT Sloan, Pam G-riffifh, Tom Collin and Brenda AusTin. pracTice Tor early classes. 'N N f ma. 1 M w Knowledge Remains Key Goal for STudenTs There were quieT places - places where our minds embraced all The knowledge we could grasp . . . rooms where we were allowed To explore The boundaries oT our quesTions . . . a privaTe hall in which To mediTaTe . . . hours upon hours spenT in sTudy . . . searching . . . ' x f, fQrfm1fw'E A -I 1 f -, ii, Above -- Life on a busy campus sTill leaves Time for reTlecTive ThoughTs in a sTudenT's hecTic day. Upper Righi' - RoberT Owens and Suzie Thomas prepare To fill Their noTe- books during a GPS class. Righ+ - Debbie Beck and Jeannine Bagwell Take a lasT minuTe glance beTween classes To refresh Their Searching Tor The key ThaT will change a dream inTo a realiTy . . .a B inTo an A . . . an idea inTo a goal . . . Our desTinaTion . . . depending on iTs meaning To each oT us . . . everyday school - an aTmosphere loaded wiTh knowledge . . . if af -.rf 'ss-S 'Qr fl' WA' V memories as They prepare 'For an exam. 'Qs WMWWUWKMW MW HWS My W .V ,,. ., Mm I ,lvffl " x w A w w x, 1. Class Breaks Give Welcomed Respi'I'es Time was when . . early morning showers Jrempled us To slay in bed . . . Jrhe alarm clock didn'+ ring and we missed a class or 'rwo . . . games of pass frequenled The lawns . . . quick s'rops al The Union caughr Thar cerlain someone" wirh someone else . . . berween class conver- salions led 'ro a weekend dale . . Before class . . belween class . . during class and alrer . . All were means of "geHing around" . a drive 'ro rhe park . . . a whisper in The dark . . . even a walk wilh no inlenrion of really going any- where . . . a Touch . . . a smile being mad for awhile . . everyday laces in everyday places . . . Above -- Leah Canlrell sips a Coke during a mid-morning break in 'rhe Sfudenl' Union. Upper Righf - Dan Caram and Denise Wade presenf a palriolic pic'l'ure as lhey pose for 'rhe phorographer. Righf Bo'H'om - A paper can hold inleresl. especially if fhere's an excuse for slaying logefher as proven by ll-rl David Palferson. Connie So- rensen, Raymond Barzel. Linda Houk and Connie Parish. Far Riglrl' - Sprawling inro a beau+ilul campus is Easfern S'ra+e. BoHom Righl' - The wealher evidenfly isn'+ 'rhe subjecl under discussion as Carolyn Cunningham and Ronnie Crawley meer belween classes. ,url yi X, QI' l -H7 Mil 1? ir ,ill i gm E E Il I !EE!U REYQHHQQSE - ,J II vnu rua JDE JOHNSON E3 PRESIDENT ummm um 12 - ' All M, .. , A "" f ". 1z'f"713-,,"?f1TZfl Y7"7""f ' 1' 'V FLM'-rim V, 4 K. ,f li Top - Affer one mile, Eas+ern's cross counfry runners are bunched logefher and finished in 'rhe same order againsf S+. Gregory's. Run- ners are ll-rl Tony Buchanan, Dwighl Pankey, Don Lindsley, Louis Pearl and Tommy Chambers. Above Lef+ - Campus-wicle vofing is a privilege Thar involves all sludenfs such as ll-rl Linda Johnson, Sieve Hudson and Judy Candy. Above Righf - Roger McGehee agrees fhal' a challenging game of snooker requires an unlimiled knowledge of geomefry. Far Righl' - Leah Canlrell keeps her com- panion in perfecr condilion while pracricing for +he Nalional Finals Barrel Racing compe+i+ion in November. I' A l CompeTiTion Emerges as Principal Drive lv1osT oT The Time we were on The go wiTh our beard growing conTesTs . . . and The challenge To noT-a- keep a guy once you goT him . . . minuTe-To-spare agenda . . . somehow, Though, we The sTairway To The TuTure Truly depended on our managed To Tind The Time To relax . . . geT away . . . eTTorTs . . . someTimes iT was easy . . . oTherTimes iT was and do The Things we wanTed . . . There were TryouTs work . . . buT someTime aTTer we've climbed " where some wenT home happy - oThers The sTaircase, we'll look back on These days - and depressed . . . bull know ThaT we've accomplished someThing in ridings where we came home wiTh busTed rear ends . . . our everyday lives . . . pool games where we chanced our lasT dollar in hopes oT gaining anoTher . . . Track meeTs . . . ,ui-wil, V 'NJ ,Li"1'f I , ,As. . L an M , ' H ' H 1, 1.1, . . . ., T .,, .Q , A ,ii-,., if-, V Y, A, I , . A , mi. iii .i ww. ,T , -' .. 1 . .f , - - '- ' MA, -- .... , ' Af .. Q, , , Y . , V. ,, ., . I3 Aclivilies Dominale Campus Social Life There was always somelhing happening on campus . somelhing we lhoughl we iusl had To allend . . . whelher il was a producfion of "Snow While and The Seven Dwarfs" . . . or The 'Fall concerl' - ' we were 'rhere . we lumped al a chance lo go 'ro a baseball game . . . we loved inframural foolball . . . and we never failed 'ro a++end a baskelball game . . . everyday people on The go . . . Xl vln ll-- F , , -uh rf ,,,, uf 'm Aw Xl Far Lefi - AcTion aT home plaTe scores a run Tor The Mountaineers in The Fall Tinale againsT Bacone. Top LefT-- PracTice makes perTecT is a phrase common To Ronell Speed and mosT musicians in EasTern's insTrumenTal program. Le'fT - The Modern Choir under The direc- Tion of Joe KnighT performs Tor The Board oT RegenTs OCT. 2. Above - All smiles are EasTern's l972 Calendar Girls: l'fronT, l-rl Sherri Seabolf, JeaneTTe Pink, Ellen Hampfon, Julie Simpson and Donna KaTes. lback, I-rl Sherry Perkins, MaryeTTa PrenTice, ,Denise Wade, Lisa BarneTT, Brenda Forkner. Sherrie Taylor and Vicki Nelson. Above - A car breakdown. common io mosl drivers on campus, is no problem for pros like Brad Codding and Greg Wilson. Upper Righi' - Marfha Mader and Howard Mor- gan plan nexl weekend's Safurday nigh+ dale. Righ+ - Finished wi+h anoiher day of classes, Emil Spadafora, John Rosenboom and Allen Heli' relax and discuss The day's evenis over dinner. Cenfer - Sfudenfs somerimes 'find fhaf an umbrella is a good inveslmenf, espe- cially when classes musf be me? and i+'s pour- ing oufside. Far Righi' - Cornplefing an ex- cellenr performance. Dale Weafherford sig- nals ihe clocks io slop and regisfers his Time. Z -11-QR. Wia- New Faces Soon Lead fo Many New Friends Our friends were like fhe fingers on our hands . . . we couldn"r be separafed . . . We sfudied fogefher . . . we worked fogefher . . . and afe lunch fogefher . . . We had a good reason for sficlcing fo our friends so closely . . . we needed fhem . . . They were fhere when we needed fo borrow some money . . . fhey were fhere when we had a problem abouf a cerfain someone . . . Our friends . . . we needed fhem . . . we'll always need fhem . . . and fhey'll always be fhere ,. . . we'll never forgef fhem . . . and fhey'll never forgef us . . . everyday people wifh everyday friends . . . ll li a. an-15? N.-Q-ri 'Q-f.f,,.- Q -L.:::-11 ,J PM me - - ., Aff? .ff T - ..- 4 ny.. .J 5, 3 . , LJ" L gf 'v , aF5A.fr1. .if2t?f:,L3a1 .,.. 1 . .' P , ew ,. y,'ff gfgi ygv-Q.":"4A,., ' i 1 ' JI! ' H' fwfxma 32' 'fn-..,, H . 1 ,., v ,, ,, .NNN vu, ' Q i . "1 qw, .4 y . 4 Mr, 1 .na M 4 n 3' 1 V V ,,,4,4-,.. - r -- . , , . 1.3 1, I 41.-J.. 2 ' .'. i 1+ -K A G' gist , , '.,:tr- X V ,if " ,L 1 ' -Q., 'JIXJLJIGIIID' YJIIKJ 'lla LIYVII friends. The new life away from home helped us find fhe independence we sought Ca m pus Life '-e ' Q Ai 4 X Choclaw Hall Dorm Council members are Dale Weaiherford. presidenf: Harold Wil- Iiams, vice presideniz Marlc Wilson: Sieve Gibson: Harmon Bralfon. sergeani'-a+-arms: Jay Meek: Don Liiilez William Lee, sfudeni senaforz Rick Walker: and Emil Spadafora. siudeni' senaior. Johnsfon Hall Dorm Council members in- clude Iseafed, I-rl Jim Bradshaw, vice presi- dent Tim McElroy. president and Ronnie Simms. secrefary-Treasurer. Sranding are ll-rl Ronald Paqueffez Raymond Thornfon: Sian Kefchum: Mark Ambler, sergeanf-af-arms: David Paiferson. siudeni' senaior, and Don Garreff. Miller Hall Dorm Council members are lseafed, lrl Linda Johnson ney Jo Whisenhunr Obelia Johnson Janice Genrry Mary Dees Bob president Gayle Taylor. vice president Darlene Jackson secre+ary ble Rundell PaHy Yehle Denise Gleese Merediih Mendenhall Rhonda 'rreasurerz Denise Bufzer, sergeani-ai-arms: Nina Billingsley Glenda Higgins Paffy King Sherri Seaboli' Jena Phillips Linda Weaver and Simpson. and Pam Chaiham, sfudem' senarors Ann Moore Genie Kirk Tawana Crum bride, Lisa BarneH', and Tommie Shipley. Sfandmg l r Melinda Courr Dorm Councils Make, Enforce New Rules ,EasTern Oklahoma STaTe College, iusT like any oTher insTiTuTion oT higher learning, musT have some means of leadership or governing power. The Dorm Councils ofilvliller, JohnsTon. Salmon and ChocTaw Halls are only a small secTor oT This governing body. The Councils' main iob is To make, enTorce, and creaTe new rules and by-laws Tor The beTTermenT oT The individuals residing in The dorm and on The cam- pus. The Councils meeT aT a speciTied Time To discuss The happenings in The dorms. Besides These regularly scheduled meeTing Times, The Council is always on hand To help a sTudenT wiTh a problem or help him geT a beTTer undersTanding of himselT and The people around him. Dorm Council members of Salmon Hall include lseaTecl, l-rl J. R. Cupp, presidenTg STeve WaTson, vice president EarnesT Johnson, secreTary, and David Cagle, Treasurer. lSTanding, I-rl Greg Wilson, parliamenTar- ian: John Quinn, 5erqean+-af-arms: Tom Mixon: Troy Banks, sTudenT senaTor: Lynn Afkins. Paul Jennings, Joe Swink, and Jim Cole. HosTesses of The dorms are Elma Gowand, JohnsTon Hall: Merle SlaTon. Miller Hall: Zula Grassmann, Salmon Hall, and Ruby McFarland, Choc- Taw Hall. li-as T , li" V Barron and .'The CounTry Sounds' Win Flrsi' Mike Barron and his band. "The CounTry Sounds," won The TirsT place prize oT 9525 aT The annual WilburTon Lions Club Talen+ Show OcT. 5 in The College AudiTorium. Debbie Collins and Vera GilreaTh won second place wiTh Their dueT acT, "Our lTlearTs Were Young and Gay." Third place winner was Kazem Javanmardi wiTh his Iranian drum solo. TradiTionally The WilburTon Lions sponsor The TalenT Show as a welcome To EasTern sTudenTs. WilburTon merchanTs donaTed over S400 which are given as door prizes aT each show in The Torm oT cash and giTT cerTiTicaTes. Lions Joe Thomas, Buddy Tucker and Don AbernaThy conducTed The drawings and handed ouT The door prizes To The delighTed specTaTors cluTching The lucky numbers. George Giacomo served as masTer oT ceremonies. Barron and The CounTry Sounds consishng oT lr STeve FosTe Barron DenTon McDonald and Larry l'lamllTon play To a TlrsT plac Tinish. Above Kazem Javanmardi, Third place winner pounds ou a Persian beaT on his naTive drum. Righi' - Displaying her Talen Top Middle -- As onlookers waTch Trom behind The scenes Mike . V. . . lg y r l , V . E 1 i 'l' Lulla Belle Moore skillTully Twirls a Tlaming baTon aT The Talent Show a+ Taleni' Show Upper Righ+ - Free money is readily accepled by Barry Ben+on as he receives 'his door prize from Lion Don Abernaihy. Above - Speech and drama 'rraining comes in handy for Vera Gilreafh U-rl and Debbie Collins whose duel' acl is iudged second place for a SIS prize Ocf. 5. lt was il veiy Gooil lifmfil lol a llounliliul Sandra PorTer Crowned "IT Was A Very Good Year" was The Theme oT The evenTs ThaT Tool: place during The Three days oT EasT- ern's l97l-72 Homecoming. The Tes- TiviTies began Nov. I9 wi+h The drama producTion oT "The Bad Seed" and conTinued Through SaTurday wiTh The 69-58 baskeTball win over Paris Junior College. HighlighTing The array oT evenTs was The coronaTion oT The Queen, Sandra PorTer, TirsT black To reign aT EasTern. Following The halTTime ceremony was The dance honoring The Queen. ,, .N 77. Q5 AL? 14, it fu 'ir . .Myra Q-A inf .fe s-Wfw, I LefT - Theme Tor EasTern's Homecoming was 'IT Was A Very Good Year.' Above - KaThy Welch waves a Triendly hello Trom The Rodeo Club TloaT. Below - Homecoming Queen Sandra PorTer and EscorT Dwighi' Panlcey Talce parT in The halTTime ceremony. Homecoming Queen ,bc-'H-1 ' K fy!! i r l g is-mf' il ml! :Qin I I .. , 251415 . ..',w.:. U , 4,.4,.4-H.. ' AHQQW Wj, , - 1, : , ': .x .1 '-"' i rf- U, .--- ,fl 'C.3f'i l , ,. lf':.:i ,. , v rn" ,.,,.r innlf'i-'- ii if -1.12 ,. :-x. Q fqn . ff-5 -eQ,f:.'g,.5 1 1: if-1. , 3.51. ',:,..',w:g7g- -.1 Cqwug if-'?EUik'fv:q?:':' - fs- V- .-,. - 1 J,...,ef -,:-. -Q 'Y Top Lefi' - Terrie Kennedy smiles al' specfalors from The 3rcl place Chi Alpha float Cenler Le'F'I' - Julie Simpson is all smiles as she rides fhe Zncl place floal from Salmon l'lall. Boi'- fom Lef'l' - Represenling Eas+ern's campus scaled lo size and winning firsl place was fhe VICA float Below - Mascol' for fhe Mounlaineers This year is Gene Geiger who wafches fhe halffime coronafion. Bo'H'om - Relurning alumni gol a chance 'ro see 'The Bad Seed' procluclion Nov. I9. 'fl L I 4z'if'FNc:l:p l ..,y- ,Alfa xl -1.2 2 Lil f.il1'..' S'ruden'r Life Made ln+eres+ing by Variely During 'rhe year, sludenls could find almosl anylhing To do lo keep from srudying. Life was made infer- esling by The wide variely of impor- Tanl and unimporlanl lhings Thar happened in each person's life. Many momenls were spenl iusl sil- ling and dreaming. Thinking. or doing nolhing al all. Sludenls oflen go+ rogerher 'ro laik over lhe day's aclivilies or lo do The weekly wash. The days were never complelely se- rious: 'rhey were filled wilh laughler and fun. Life was nor dull: if was an enjoyable experience. Righ+ - Belly Grego llefil and Clellia Roso carry Their washing info The dorm. Below - Janie Bigbie is in fhe process of 'digging up' a free blown down in a wincl sform. Below Riglrl - Ponclering The mysferies of 'rhe universe is Larry Hamillon during an odd momenf of relaxafidn from lhe pholography lab. fy .lad M X 'Ls' ilk g-nr I bl fl ni I . ,lx -if fi. 1g'.., 'a ff JM, E ' ' .A ,JL '13 V , ,, iff- gl , . A t 32" -4, ' A .1-i Q. .Q ,YJ .N , E :1 1 V2 if l " i Fi' -Q ..- I ,gli i ri " V " fflili Vg l Hy :VU V n ll: ' ' , me if 33 l 'Y , V ix ,i A D, K,- -. L.. Q Q? ig Mg., q A Above - In an efforf fo avoid being pho+ograpl'1ed, Carla LiHIe waves a ruler in fron? of her face. Leff - Showing off behind The curfains al' fhe Honors Banque? is Roger Nofley as his friends wafch in amusement Top - Holding a meeiing of fhe "Big Hafs" are several of Easfern's cowboys. Dorm Life: Those Were The Days For Those who lived in The dormiTories iT was probably an unTorgeTTable experience. The days oT signing in and ouT, dorm checks. room checks, special permission To sTay ouT laTe, quieT hours, dorm rules, Tood rules and oThers were all a parT of The new lives ThaT The campus oTTered. Many dormiTory residenTs TelT ThaT The al- TernaTive To commuTing was OK. However, Tood was The consisTenT gripe, despiTe reas- surances by college oTTicials ThaT "The Tood is good. you iusT geT Tired oT iT day aTTer day." WhaTever The problems. iT was clear ThaT The dorms provided a means To make Triends, live close To classes, and enioy a healThy, happy aTmosphere wiThouT having To cook or clean. .34-i -V ii Wi l A .-55 'M' N., ...Q..""'ss N rw-ii. - '...,'.,.,,, i-1 ,, Xxvqp is I X'-L1 R . " -f-.gf X XE .N . Far LeTT -A day in The dorm Tinds U-rl Leah CanTrell. Jo Davis, and MargareT Malone indulging in The everyday pracTices of The Typical coed. Top CenTer - STudying is The TirsT and Toremosi' Thing in Mike Polk's mind. buT Jerry Marfinclale devofes mosT of his Time To creaTing and perTorming on his guiTar. Top Righf - Succeeding in his role as The midnighT skullcer, Larry Caughern Tinally drops off To sleep aT I :3O a.m. in The miclsT of his sTudies. Above - LiTe's essen- Tials have noi' been ignored by Roy O'Dell and Troy Monks when They Tind Themselves moving inTo Their new home aT EasTern. S1'uden1's Help Each Cfher Find Themselves A cerrain mood. a happy face. a secre'r shared, a common place K, - communicalion berween slu- denls 'ralces place in numerous ways. Whefher planning a dale, ger- +ing Jrogelher for Jrhe dance, ear- ing our al' lunch. or iusr plain doing nolhing, s+uden+s are con- s'ran'rly busy in 'rhose rare and elu- sive momenls of spare Hme. We came 'ro Easlern To sludy and learn and we found an insrilu- Hon of higher learning. Bu'r our campus has anolher side. a brighler side - fhe 'Fun side. 5 "M N. "'9"S.i..:'g Above - Secrefs can be kepf only if a large umbrella is handy To keep you from being ideniified. Top - Bob Wilson proves 'fhal eaf- ing isn'+ 'rhe only Thing a cafeleria can be used for as he and Dav- eHe Newman share a +able. Righl - MaryeH'a Prenfice and David Tovar move dreamily across +he dance floor. A ' .. ' Q- 'iff-i7f'w:,. 1 ,3 ,-. ,E vin: L4y.??"3z, f.j., 5. , fxwf .e:L..i?ff' "5 V , f, ' ..':.c'-?'- I ,- -,.,,.. ,,, .. ' ,,f" H I 1" fp' ,f - :A-N-11-N .-ot .4 ,. --f . , f f , A 'I X aff", I .KK 'ix qi.:- W4 1:-3 H ,rf X A, .Q wg. 'nj I - 1 ' .'i'v-1554 X' .. Ui . fx .. 7-J3sf- A ' Q 4'.:':, z.j.'5l,'L' 4.4 I Lf' 1,-W -K .lthfn Q H. 'NT 55:3 :Q f 4 " K .,. 4 Q.. ,La-ein -.mf f.,,x , . ' x ! ' ' Q, A 'iz Sr .KT x x lL Above - 'Whal are you doing faking These dumb classes? Larry Hamillon asks Evelyn ScoH. Righl' - The gianf and lhe midgel are porlrayed as James Oliphanl purchases his books from Mrs. Glen Sfone. Below - Giving Nancy Shield lrighll advice on how lo sludy are ll-rl Jeannie Trammell, Kay Rule and Sleve Hudson. 1' ,fav-ff. . 4.'.z7'f'i'i'1lT'7if1 ,a 54557: 'gf get Ziff v A-., 6 ..-I -I 1 A-2455, .-5'f':' fn- Z .ca ' 22? .1-E5 .-J . .. y' 3 Qc, L -,....,.-, 'sl 'rf- Enrollmenf Maior Acfivify Each Semesfer From fhe beginning of fhe firsf se- mesfer in Augusf unfil fhe end of fhe lasf semesfer in May. sfudenf life was full of acfivify. Enrolling was fhe firsf major issue, wifh all if involved in changing schedules and adding and dropping classes. Nexf came fhe business of purchasing books and finally fhe fime fo sfudy. Sludenfs could be found sfudying in many places: fhe Sfudenf Union was a favorife hang- ouf. The classroom had ifs lighfer side as well as ifs serious side and sfudenfs found fhaf learning could be an enioyable experience. Righf - While Kay Cliffon works quiefly, Mrs. Barbara Scoff helps fhe puzzled Mark Wilson wifh his reading 'rest Below - Connie Jones gives a scream as she rushes info a scene of hor- ror. Below Righf - Lisfening 'ro 'rhe funny sfories of Gary Gibson are dafa processing sfudenfs ll-rl Melissa Frommie. Jerry Wickersham and Rich- ard Mincher. 41,4 , , Xa' s ff-.1 Z Ni---,V -I ."l I y ' ' i gf. 1. xffa ,,,.-f HV f . .sii fix. . JVE 1. 1 -5 . jv . , N Q X :Zu :iqyv 'X .gf Qin ' 1 . ,I 13" I N1 ." fur. ' . . ':I"",' J.: v.,f5'Tf' ' ' - 5. .J i i i- 3' nS"w I ' X! E ay 1 by if s- J, X i l HiI1'f,!:,, 5 li vi. i L , I' Vi' J 0 -niqmm - ' i :' i, ., 1 J , Jllllillvi. 1i::?f, vusium IIBIUI am ,l- tr. -3 ., lf X , ' f' N- ii: QF Top - Classwork resumes as sfudenis frequeni' The Library for addi- 'rional s+udy. Above - Encouraged by Greg Chaney, llefil Mike Polk and fhe various campaign posfers. Dave Pafierson siops fo voie for his choice for class officers. Righi' - The Cafeieria proves 'ro be a welcomed break in 'il-ie everyday ac+ivi+ies of Tommy Shipley and Susan Thomas. Sfudenfs Pa rficipafe in Campus Acfivifies Faced wifh afsfrange and new environmenf, new- comers fo fhe college soon seffled down info fhe familiar roufine of fheir daily acfivifies. Eafing, sleeping, classes and sfudy - everyday living played a maior role in campus acfivifies. Breakfasf generally sfarfed fhe day for mosf sfu- denfs. Rushing fo 'rhe Cafeferia fo pick up a few bifes was a common sighf in fhe early morning rush before classes. For fhose who failed fo refire early enough fhe nighf before, cafching a few winks was enfirely es- senfial when classes rolled around. Sacrifices were hard fo make when a big dance was scheduled and an unfinished research paper was due fhe nexf day. From sun-up fil sun-down, our days were filled wifh fhe happenings of our everyday world. iihlkw' N --rx - -- 1 1 Q, ..i, B4 ru, r if .-,. ,, . Top - Sleep is an everyday occurrence for fhose 'nighf owls' who find fhaf sleep comes easy in class affer a nighf of sfudy or campus life. Above - Dan McEuin lisfens wifh a grin as Barbara Ammons reads aloud a leffer from her 'lafesff S i Hr. 'NWS 35 Sponsored AcTiviTies EasTern oTTers a varieTy of acTiviTies Tor sTudenTs in every walk oT life. ThroughouT The year, various spon- sored evenTs give The sTudenTs an opporTuniTy To par- TicipaTe in as many as possible. The waTermelon TeasT by The TaculTy opened The school year, giving Treshmen a chance To mix and mingle and learn The names To go wiTh Those inTer- esTing new Taces. The TaculTy picnic, club sponsored dances, BSU geT-TogeTher parTies, and The car bash were all a parT of geTTing sTudenTs inTeresTed in The world accom- panying Their new lives. ln addiTion To The college-sponsored evenTs, reli- gious and curricular clubs provided numerous social opporTuniTies Tor Treshmen as well as sophomores who TelT good Times Tempered all ThaT sTudy Time. Above - One of The besT ways To make 'Friends is over Tood says Mary Dees, as she is appoinTed head cheT of The Home Economics annual coolcouT. Upper RighT - The waTermelon TeasT became The birth place of sure acquainTances Tor Al SiTTel and PauleTTe l'lunTer Lower RighT - Barry BenTon shoulders Ann DuranT as she releases her Tensions aT The car bash. Qpen Doors for YouTh T iwiflmffiilfgfufl Q77 'T T T 3 e r fi i L, ffl" Above - Grabbing for fhe apple is an excelleni' way To examine The movemenls of fhe human moufh says Gail Taylor. Lef+ - Thorough- ly enioying himself as a lovely maiden af The Halloween Dance is Bull I-louser. Lower Middle - Leroy Lay, llefil Roberf Sanders and friends have an enferfaining evening lislening To 'l'heir favorife records. f gi if in win , nv .I , .,,Q EULLQGE ETBAL9 A l ,fii"l'l I li l ll ll A Ill il V , I 5 1 Q . , l BanqueTs Honor Top STudenTs Feb I4 I5 All sTudenTs making eiTher The PresidenT's Honor RoII or The Dean's Honor Roll were inviTed To The Hon- ors BanqueT Feb. I4 and I5 in rec- ogniTion oT Their eTTorTs. EasTern's STage Band, direcTed by Edwin Ashmore and wiTh Brenda AusTin as vocaIisT, performed aT The Feb. I4 banquet Mrs. RuTh Carlock provided enTerTainmenT in The Torm of a piano soIo aT The Feb. I5 ban- queT. MiIIer Hall honored TacuITy and sTaTT members wiTh a Tea February I4. Angel FIighT members greeTed guesTs and Miller Hall residenTs served The reTreshmenTs. RigI'rT - Angei Flight member Gay Dickerson weIcomes II-rl Leo Rushing, James Frihe, and Mrs. Nancy Miller To The 'MiIIer HaII Tea as Ann Moore looks on in The background. BeIow- STU- denTs enioy The Tood and conversaTion aT The Honors Banquet f- , , . . if :'1f-free? ffzw' 1 fn TT 1.1. 1-.. 'fl E - , A ' -, " A. E. , 1. A l 1 4 :wg wi ' 5 I., ill-ff lg: J: gil 3 .iw , 1-'Vg f' . Tl 2 - l 1 - ' 1 r I A 1' 1" ,T ,Ll Ui -f v 1 I l l 1 ' I , 3 , lil 3 1 A ' ' 4 .l i 1 l l 1 -1 , fl . 1 Q 1 1 Above - Female vocalisl' Brenda Ausfin performed wilh 'rhe Sfage Band a+l'l1e Honors Banquet Le'f'l- Beverly Crane serves Mrs. Nancy Miller al 'rhe Miller Hall lea. Top - Enierfaining guesfs a+ lhe Honors Banquef was flue Sfage Band. direcied by Edwin Ashmore. ' Hu ' . wr 1 , -L . ,fi ,,f gmf 1, mf 1 ' ,al .vff -1'---Lv ,-Msg ...X -, 1.5. F wh 4: A X i --,...,, .J ivit- F K , 'U i, A ,. -,, 11? ELECTRONIC M, . x1f5 3,1 - . .in "T The challenge of Teaching opens doors - 'ro lessen learning Jraslcs. To various fields of sfudy 'ro quesfions scholars ask. Human knowledge advances when an open-minded sludlenf is combined wifh a wise Teacher. Academics Governor David Hall Serving Second Year Serving his second year as The 2OTh governor oT Oklahoma is DemocraT David l-lall. l-le and his wiTe, Jo Evans, are The parenTs oT Three children. A graduaTe oT The UniversiTy oT Tulsa, Hall. 40, ob- Tained his Law degree in. l959. Chosen The UniversiTy oT Tulsa's OuTsTanding Law STudenT, he is a member oT Phi BeTa DelTa and was awarded The medal oT honor Tor service To youTh by The lnTernaTional Order oT Delvlolay. ATTer graduaTion, Governor Hall was elecTed as AssisTanT Tulsa CounTy DisTricT ATTorney and in I962 was elecTed DisTricT ATTorney. l-le became Professor oT Law aT The UniversiTy oT Tulsa in I968, was elecTed Governor oT Oklahoma in The Fall oT l97O, and was inauguraTed in January, ,I97I. Oklahoma S1'a1'e Regenls for Higher Educalion W-ali Top Row ll-rl: G. Ellis Gable, chair- man, Tulsa: John J. Vafer, Jr., vice- chairman, Enid: Donald S. Kennedy, secrefary, Oklahoma Cifyz Good- win Broaddus, Jr.. assisfanl secre- fary, Ponca Cily: Joseph W. Mor- ris, Tulsa: Harry P. Conroy. Dun- can: Row 2 ll-rl Exall English. Law- fon: Joe F. Gary, Durani: James B. Lowe, Oklahoma Cily. and Dr. E. T. Dunlap, chancellor, Oklahoma Cify. Board of Regenfs Oklahoma A8zM Colleges Top Row ll-rl: Herman E. Duncan, chairman, Muskogee: Roberf H. Smifh, vice chairman, Hobarl: Richard James,' Sfroud: John C. Burwell, ldabel: Row 2 ll-rl: W. D. Finney, Ft Cobb: Armon H. Bosf, Tulsa: Burke Healey, Davis: Billy R. Gowdy, Oklahoma Ci+y: Ronald Ford, Helena: Forresf Mclnfire. ad- minisfrafive assisianf, Oklahoma Cify. PresidenT Leads MosT Comprehensive College Dr. James M. Miller is serving as The I4Th presi- denT oT EasTern STaTe, Oklahoma's mosT comprehen- sive Two-year college. Before coming To EasTern in January l97O, Dr. lvlil- ler served as The TirsT presidenT oT Seward CounTy CommuniTy Junior College, Liberal, Kansas. Tor one and one half years. l'le was an OSU adminisTraTor Trom I948 - 68, excepT Tor Two years acTive duTy wiTh The U.S. Army. Born in Bonham, Texas, on March I5, I923, he aT- Tended public schools in Oklahoma, graduaTing Trom Soper in I94O. Dr. Miller holds The BS degree in business and agri- culTure 'From SouTheasTern STaTe and The MS in higher educaTion school adminisTraTion from OSU. He re- ceived The EdD degree, also in school adminisTraTion. Trom Tulsa UniversiTy. Above - ATTer a conference wiTh RoberT Kamm, OSU president Dr. James Miller exchanges views wiTh STeve Kamm and his TaTher. Above RighT - EasTern's I4Th president Dr. James Miller, polishes o'FT his daily sTack of paperwork. Lower Righi' - LisTening aTTen- Tively during The RegenTs guided Tour oT The campus are ForresT MclnTire, Board execuTive secrefary and Dr. James Miller. , ,- !,,N 3 ,, . ,A T- ,,f.3.gi4: -,,1,1:.,p",g S.. mi- f' id P- iii W 1 ' g-flir. .-.N . 'A I ,, r Y ,Ai-it Y . A I D 'Lf T-1 "rv . ,ii Y "" fl-H -,vin L: 1,4 , N i pm? YB. N K ,J V? ...btw M 4 g :FSH 'se Efllfalz 'iii' Top Jayna Muller plays The piano as Dr. James Miller and his wife Emma Jane Nancy and son John proudly walch. Above- Presndmg a'r zmporlanl' occasions is a 'frequenf acfivify for Dr. James Muller who speaks al a Chamber of Commerce banquef as Gov. David Hall and Mrs Muller lnsfen. Righf- Pres. James Miller some- hmes funds fhe Tame To place hus concenfrafion on a friendly game of Nl v-- 1 as Q- C ly " , sf if 1 ' A l .Q V s U I l : . . l l' . ' ' horseshoes a+ a faculfy oufing. as-sag College Council AssisTs PresidenT Miller Working TogeTher To give sTudenTs all possible opporTuniTies Tor learning is The College Council. The Council, composed oT The presidenT, business manager, deans, division chairmen, public inTorma- Tion direcTor, aThleTic direcTor, and direcTor oT Ti- nancial assisTance, advises The presidenT on general college policies, plans and programs. The FaculTy Council, which plans The TaculTy meeTing each mo'nTh, represenTs The viewpoinT oT The insTrucTors on campus. ,This Council is com- prised oT Paul Raunikar, Audrey BalenTine, Ray FuerTsch, Hazel Morgan, Louise SouThard, Minnie Walker and Johnnie Wray. A On hand To meeT any problems ThaT may arise Tor The sTudenTs are Counselors Zane Nowlin, Emery Spears and Bill Garner. Zane Nowlin deals primarily wiTh The advising and changing oT sched- ules and wiTh sTudenT academic problems. Emery Spears, counselor Tor all lndianTsTudenTs on campus. advises Them abouT The loans. granTs and scholarships available To meeT Their needs. Bobbye Anne Hudson joined The TaculTy in Janu- ary To Teach psychology and work as a counselor wiTh black sTudenTs. VocaTional rehabiliTaTion counselor Bill Garner advises all rehabiliTaTion sTudenTs on campus. RegisTrar and direcTor oT admissions is James King who handles sTudenT enrollmenT and grades. College Council members are ll-rl Bob Keck, dean of fechnical and adulf educafiong Ed Hendrix, business manager: Minnie Walker, chair- man of fhe Business Division: Dr. Hobarf Means, dean of academic af- fairs, and Dr. James Miller, presidenf. Sfanding ll-rl are Joe Thomas, afhlefic direcfor and chairman of The Liberal Arfs Division: James Erifze, dean of sfudenf affairs and services: Forresf Hamilfon, chairman A of Applied Science of Agriculfure, Home Ec and Nursing Division: Odis Quaid, chairman of 'rhe lndusfrial Educafion and Technology Divi- sion: Jim Helrnerf, chairman of fhe Engineering and Science division, and Jim Sullivan. direcfor of public informafion and chairman of fhe Languages and ,Communicafions Division. Nof picfured is Leo Rushing, direcfor of financial aids. Far Top Leff - Comparing enrollmenf fig- ures wifh l970 are fl-rl Bill Garner, vocafional rehabilifafion counselor: Leo Rushing, direc- for of financial aids, and James King, regis- frar and direcfor of admissions. Cenfer Top - Serving his firsf year as business manager is Ed Hendrix. Leff Boffom - Counselors Bobbye Hudson, lleffl Emery Spears and Zane Nowlin lseafedl are available fo assisf sfudenfs wifh all academic problems. Immedi- afe Leff - College Deans for I97I-72 are lseafedl James Frifze, dean of sfudenf affairs and services: lsfanding, I-rl June Cope, dean of women: Bob Keck, dean of fechnical and adulf educafion, and Dr. Hobarf Means, dean of academic affairs. College Business and Finances Handled by l l Q52 ...i-., 3 ,xi 1 yg , 4.4.4 H"----Q -W :HC i Q , 'i , 1 ------ --if f Q 1 - 'n' . , . 5 f em- - 442- l . - 1 :1 f l J- + ., , 'fb Q ' - W ' l l As- ,iT ll ' , Q 4' l Ei- .V - : V ' 1, :if """:"" " Y Ti1f'f-22 - "'e? 1 wi may ," T. fyxtt. jg-:.,'x,f15 Iv Y iq V, iw 1 'A 422, ,, , L13 H1 1 nf'-is, fa if551iffge,,i5:,2f., , gl " f lv ,V - ', ST'-if 1' "tiff- Lifiiggig' l r. - ' ' l ' - - .izlagi -VF af L, Lower Lefl' - Business Office employees, ll-rl Emogene Thrift Rulh Wilson, Chief Clerk Lela Prince, LaVern Blankenship, Edilh Talbot Joyce While and Pal Davis handle lhe financial mailers on campus. Lower Righi' - Mufual secrefarial problems are shared by lsealedl Judy Hulsey, secrelary To The regislrar: lslanding, l-rl Jane Naylor, secrelary To ihe dean of sludenl affairs: Rulh Roberfs, secrelary To financial aids direclor, and Wilma Pafe, secrefary To lhe rehabilita- +ion counselor. Sec:reTarial STaTT The Library is locaTed on The second and Third Tloors oT The Library Building and adminisTraTive oT- Tices are on The TirsT Tloor oT The same building. Housing more Than 26,500 volumes, The Library is considered one of The besT in The sTaTe. The clerical sTaTT on EasTern's campus is oT uTmosT imporTance Tor keeping The college running smooThly. Handling The paperwork and appoinTmenTs oT The ad- minisTraTors and TaculTy members is one OT Their biggesT responsibiliTies. 'The Business OTTice sTaTT perTorm The Tasks oT keeping Tinaincial accounTs up To daTe. Their main job is handling all sTudenT accounTs concerning paymenTs oT Tees, work checks, room and board. T- Le'fT - Library sTaTT includes ll-rl Librarian Juanifa Johnson, and as- sisTanTs, Barbara AusTin and Bill ScoTT. Top Righf - The morning break is a welcomed breaTher Tor U-rl Wilma Holbird, keypunch op- eraTor: Jo Ann Back, TaculTy secreTary, and JeTTie Talley, secreTary To The public inTormaTion direcTor. Above - Discussing The proiecf aT hand are ll-rl Mary Draper, secreTary To The president Joan SuT- Ton, secreTary To The dean of academic aTTairs, and MargareT Rains. secreTary To The business manager. I .Sfuclenf Union - Place of Resf, 1 -"1 f , . , Relaxaiion Q- l - --Mali'-W , Y ' ul .. ....,,....,.fr .,.'gq.,,.-.,j3."ff'35j-L. J.-is-:.:ri::f:.. ::::: ::::...,........ " ::::" ::::::::::::':i ::?:1i':':'si3if5iaS'W 45 5,-5,,q,.,l5g,'5.,,, ,,,.,- y H- "'jj ..... ......... .... ...........f4. .W-.-3.9.a'a'z?:gsQq53g2"p,1-.Em 4: -:'j,"""f1'.w'fu,-.1---' --w :::::: 1::." .... .. ........A..f..U.. .,,.,,-...,N.l,,-' ,Z 57- ':-Qgggjsjjj: ....., ...... . .. ...i. 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W , lv , 1 i 1"- VX ,Eff--A, 2, ,rv-nf 5 Rm and Special Times A snack, a quick meeTing place, lasT-minuTe sTudies, or caTching up on The laTesT conversaTion - all are Tound in The STudenT Union Building. One oT The mosT popular hangouTs on campus, The Union serves a varieTy oT purposes. Housed under iTs rooT are The BooksTore, PosT OTTice, lounges, CoTTee Shop, and ballroom, all Tor The convenience oT The sTudenTs. The caTeTeria, also locaTed in The Union Building, provides a consTanT supply oT nourishmenT Tor iTs con- sumers. The ballroom, locaTed' on The second Tloor, is The siTe oT mosT acTiviTy dances. Live bands enTerTain The energeTic crowds ThaT congregaTe Tor The exciTing evenTs. By Tar The mosT TrequenTed spoT on campus is The CoTTee Shop. i -, - ,Y -ii, 'nA "'. T Y- Y - K 5 . . . .... .... . . Q - -- " . T . . ' fri ' Y p ' N I nf ' -T L 2535 ..,E.'5iff'2gfifE'E:E-212 11g,...:.1mgsss.szsssss ' 155- y -:gy Tggg.51ff assfs.s.s.s eisassy W '?.gTs,fg,2ssgsjf ,q. . 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Lefl' - The BooksTore workers. Huey WhiTe, Marie RaTliTT, LaRease Bryan smile aT The resulTs of The invenTory Tor Fall I97l. Campus Workers Keep STudenTs HealTh Ha LocaTed- on The wesT side oT The campus iusT souTh oT The Field House is The lnfirmary Building, headquarTers oT campus TirsT aid. Mrs. Willie Hogan looks aTTer sTu- denT healTh and adminisTers cold capsules and vaccines during The winTer monThs. Campus securiTy is insured aT all Times by paTrolman lv1iTchell "Slim" SouThard. One oT The greaTesT responsibiliTies is The nighT paTrol. Keeping The campus in ship- shape condiTion is a viTal parT oT The mainTenance program. The mainTenance crew aT EasTern does iTs besT To keep The campus in perTecT condiTion aT all Times boTh inside and ouT. T----in HW- ., 1 'V I i YY? I-tv V- Y -4 T is in "4-' , ,-.l.n'Ei.r:mia rye...-J Above - The lnfirmary. locaTed nexT To The Field House, is open To all sTudenTs in need, Upper Righf - MiTchell 'Slim' SouThard. EasT- ern's nighT waTchman, pauses To explain his duTies To David Tovar and PaTTy Yehle.-RighT - Always on hand To give advice and TirsT aid To all sTudenTs is Nurse Willie Jo Hogan as she gives Cecil John- son an examinaTion. Top - Physical plani' workers ll-rl Joe Shellon, Cecil l-lunnicuH', Paul Frye. Fred Thornburg, Lelhal Easier, Preslon Boolh, Dan Seeley, and Carl Sfandeler work lo keep Eas+ern's campus clean. Leff - Dorm cuslodians ll-rl Columbus l-lollingbaclc, Versil Harnby, lbackl Cecil Dobbs. Vernon McCabe, Cooie Hamilfon, and Annie Mae Hamillon keep 'rhe dorms and Sfudenf Union in fop shape. Above - Floyd Nohelly. Gene Tharp, Dan Aaron. lbaclr, I-rl H. D Blankenship, Bill Hines, and Larry Scoll keep lhe building spic 'n span for each day's classes. Self Expression Emphasized Through Crealive Arl Sludies Sludenls who excel in lhe sludy ol arl, music. speech, and buying and selling are The special in- 'reresl ol lhe inslruclors who leach in The Fine Arls Building. Sound-proof music rooms, display cases lor arl exhibils, and a Lillle Thealer are all pro- vided for lhose sludenls who find sell-expression and sell-salislaclion Through 'lhe sludy ol lhe arls. The lvlarkeling Mid-Managemenl program is orienled lowards leaching sludenls lo become good managers. and gives praclical experience in buying and selling. vi' -Wada' .1 Above - Ari Deparlmenl Head Mrs. Pauline l"lamil'l'on shows plea- sure in Buddy Odom's arf abililies. Upper Righl - Diligenlly work- ing over her free hand skelch is arf sludenl Debbie Webb. Righl - The College Band rehearses all phases of The Fall concerl before fhe performance. si a.giaq,,.,,.. fr" ,-f 4 - , 4 AW- A , A , - i S FINE 4.2213 Above - Deciding on iusf lhe righf music +o presenf al +he annual Chrisfmas Candlelighfing Service is Chorus Direcfor Joe Knight and lnslrumenfal lnsirucror Ed Ashmore and Mrs. Rulh Carlotlc. piano inslruclor. Righf - Roberl Bain and Bill Loar display a few of The Techniques of buying and selling. Lower Righf - Speech De- parfmeni' Head Mrs. Johnnie Wray fleffl and lnsfruclor Pal Boyd find Time To laugh al an incideni' from one of +heir classes. f E, ,f i i ,V 'L l Language Arls, Social Sciences Courses Languages, including English, German and Spanish, are laughl by eighl inslruclors. Special lislening and reading courses are available in addilion lo English Composilion, Communicalions Skills and lhe lor- eign languages which make up lhe curriculum offered in The Language Arjrs Deparlmenl headed by Mrs. l-lelen Albright This Deparlmenl is parl of Jrhe Languages and Commu- nicalions Division of which Jim Sulli- van is chairman. The audio-visual aids on hand in The lislening lab are an essenlial ,-f--?NT-in-..-,. -...,- Y T Y, , W YV, tl...,......N I' ll----3 HT ff- ll 'T ,T . l . Q i QQQ1g,,-Y,L,. T e - -X-'gf 1. ' . .ix A . ,lj Upper Lefl' - Language Arls inslruclors. Mrs. Pal Thomas ll-rl, Mrs. Louise Southard, Mrs. l-lazel Morgan and Dave Soulhard voice Their opinions on leaching. Lower Le'F+ - Mrs. Sara Loar, Mrs. Helen Al- brighl. Language Arfs Deparlmenl head, Mrs. Barbara Scoll and Bill Draper decide on 'rhe new books for nexl Fall. Above - Wailing for +he nexf class, Brenda Ausrin and Teresa Garner calch up on The 'lales+.' Top Righl' - Milchell Audilorium is always filled lo capac- ily when a special program is presenled. Lower Righl' - Depari- menl head Frank Hogan ll-rl, Mrs. Juanila Brown. Jess Bailey and Harrison Cope have a round Table discussion aboul Their social sci- GUCGS COUFSGS. E. Vi+aI 'ro All par+ of helping s+uden+s improve Their reading and lislening. Ideas Thai help people cooperale wilh and undersland each olher come in The areas of 1'he social sci- ences. Polifical science, curreni evenls, American hislory, psycholo- gy and religious educalion are all pari of 'rhe Social Science Deparr- men+ headed loy Frank Hogan. The Social Science Deparimenl is housed in Mifchell Hall and is parf of Jrhe Liberal Arls Division of which Joe Thomas is chairman. f , If-ii .r 4. .'. , l UV'3y.U, E295 7."i 'ii ' 5' gpg 1 R- '1-24 v, ' '. . U if' . i " QM ii' 1 D JM' ' S' 7 ' f :EFL ,QQ aff-fwiyfwgf h 1 1 R w QV 4 . "4 im' ig lv lf l i i as y I vi X 2 it li Ning! X' ii, 1' 51. msg rwlyiww , ..w .- 'f-11124 i 4 , ' nl, Lil 'if' J .0 ix 1 J U 1 4 N L' f"'Z 'SJ l L ,V lvej K I U I i VXA 1 'Lf I 'K l is Q J' , 5:- . Q , 1 ' 6 r . 1-J 7 9-gf' 5 ff - K, ,f 5 .-,,.1':'+j.-- ' liiigss-,min 1 4 - V , .::.+ - . E - - . ,:. ,.-f" "' ,- c rr :.::?'nff...."'-era-nf,..4i.i. , ' m',g,jgg,,. H ,,., Q W A- ,. V ,U- Business Experience Preparing sludenls for bolh immediale iob placemenl opporlunilies as well as Jrransfer +o sen- ior colleges are 'rhe Business, Secrelarial and Com- pulrer programs. Each sludenl receives lhe proper background necessary for a challenging business career. ln- slrucling lhe skills of business are Minnie Walker, chairman of The Business Division: Ken Duff, head of compuler rechnologyg Mrs. Addie lvlae Pellil, Ron Gibson, economics, and Gary Gibson, com- pu'rer Jrechnology. Jim Sullivan, head olllournalism, and Ken Rager. college pholographer, direcr all publicalions and journalism relaled proiecls and are also housed in lvlilchell Hall. a l i , i T ,ll ll Above - Ken Rager. college phorographer. and Jim Sullivan. di- recfor of public informalion and yearbook adviser. examine a copy of 'lhe Texas Tech yearbook as 'lhey discuss The I972 Mounraineer. Upper Righ+ - Winding up a day in lhe dara processing lab are Sharilyn Emerson and Clay Webb. Righi - Russell Page sils in a deserfed hallway one early morning reading The lalesl' edilion of The Slafesman. ' Confribules lmporlanl' al o o. I , 11, ,1 a 'J , X - .f"""-a- if 1: , SF ..,,' ,A ,gi 4 ,..-, Advanlage in Job Placemeni' Ken Duff, deparfmenl head, and Gary Gibson feam up +0 all compufer fechnology courses. Top - Ron Gibson and Walker. Business Division chairman. look on as Mrs. Addie proudly displays her uniquely decorafed boflle. Righl - Presfon compares fhe figures in his nofebook wifh lhose of machine during a Business Machines class. W 1 fi I 'll i .. 9R':.zJ'u f-1 1 I i lx, '3- 'i 'Q i-i' if 1' .ix '-,,Q4.-xg g.,..,.,- , Rv Jim HelmerT DirecTs Programs in Science 'IZ MaTh and science are basic courses in man's educaTion. To Teach Them in such a way 'ThaT They are applicable To The daily liTe oT The sTudenT is The aim of The insTrucTors. To have a good undersTanding oT The sciences iT is necessary ThaT They apply To The world around us. Also TaughT in The Science Building is ToresTry and iTs parks managemenT opTion sTarTed This year alThough boTh are parT oT anoTher Division. Jim l-lelmerT is chairman oT The Science and Engineering Division and is assisTed by well-qualified deparTmenT heads. six' -Ts' sus"- fm? IUMA- Upper LefT- The Science Building provides modern equipmenT use in science. engineering, ToresTry, maThemaTics. physical sciences. Lower LefT - Audio-visual direcTor Dale poinTs ouT The various uses of The machines available To EasTern denTs To Paul Raunikar lle'fTl and Audrey BalenTine, maThemaTics sTrucTors. Above -f MaTh insTrucTors Byron Bohanon. Max Low XX and DeparTmenT Head Ray FuerTsch use a slide rule To crack Tough equaTion. Engineering Division 3 ,H a ik , , ,-,, , Upper Le'F+ - Depar1'men+ Head Freida Jones and Chem lnslrucfor Hoy? Duncan discuss fhe possibilifies of a dislillafion experiment Upper Righf - Jim Helmerl Ueffi, chairman of 'rhe Science and En- gineering Division, fakes lime To explain fhe principles of lhe sfereo ploH'er fo Mohammad Taghdiri. Lower Righf - Biology Deparf- men? Head John Holland lrighil and lnsfrucfors Frank Raunikar fcenferi and Curlis Manley review malerial for 'romorrow's classes. Above - Don McClain, head oT The Building ConsTrucTion menT John McCormick, draTTing insTrucTor, and Claude Corx head of The Woodworking and DraTTing DeparTmenTs, exchan commenTs on The TeaTures of a model house. Top Righ+ - STuclyi The cambium layer of a Tree secTion are ToresTry insTrucTor Jan Bohlmann and DeparTmenT Head Ed CurTis. RighT CenTer - Tak! an ololecTive look, Don GuThrie, elecTronics insTrucTor, and Mi Tiger deparTmenT head, deloaTe The various pros and cons oT a c seTTe player. BoTTom - Odis Quaid, Chairman oT The lndusT Educahon and Technology Division, expounds upon The qualiTy oT new laThe as Frank Back, head of The Mechanical Technology UN chine DeparTmenT and Henry Allen, head OT The ElecTro-Mechani Technology DeparTrnenT, observe. Tech Ed Provides STudenTs pursuing careers in elecTronics, building consTrucTion, draTTing, woodwork- ing, auTo mechanics, elecTro-mechanical, or welding receive Their Training in Baker Hall, headquarTers Tor Technical EducaTion. EasT- ern oTTers college crediT in I9 programs which are scaTTered across The campus al- Though a concenTraTion is in Baker l-lall. As well as pracTical experience, sTudenTs gain crediT Tor Their college hours which can be TransTerred To senior colleges and uni- versiTies. lmmediaTe iob placemenT is pro- vided Tor individuals compleTing The one and Two-year career Curriculums. The Tech Ed labs improve The Technical skills and provide valuable experience To sTudenTs in each Tield oT sTudy. College Credit lmmediafe Job Placemeni' Q P in QI W . 14- nh 211 w 1, Y 1. 'I J EasTern STaTe AddiTion oT The Two-year nurs- ing program was The loig news in Gunning Hall This year. The TuTure RNS are Trained by Three TullTime nurses along wi+h some oT The ex- isTing TaculTy. All oT The Division oT Applied Science oT AgriculTure, Home Ec and Nursing is housed in Gunning excepT Tor l:oresTry which is in The Science-Building. ForresT Hamil- Ton is Division Chairman. Mrs. BeTTy Holland heads The Home Ec DeparTmenT and Mrs. Bernice,Re- galdo direcTs The nursing program. WWTX, , -W Above - Division Chairman ForresT HamilTon and Ed Enis Teach all The agriculTure'and ranch operaTions courses. Upper RighT - Head STarT DirecTor Dale Chlouber shows his secreTary. Mrs. Jerri Ford llefTl and his assisTanT, Mrs. EsTal.ee Sharp, a new sysTem of Tiling. RighT - Mrs. BeTTy Holland, Home Ec DeparTmenT head, shows Janie Bigbie some Tricks oT sewing corduroy. Adds 2-Year Nursing Program l fi Q i l 5533- f E. 2 ,T ' 4- My D .i , , I I T F s I N G E R N ls i K ' '- v ,,,Y- pw Mc ' Q., .', .J .g- - , , 1' U :Q..,.i ' 5, ,. ,f ,:' .gtg , ,- x ,ir vf QW?-nf-. ,Q a Above - Nursing Insfrucfors. U-rl Mrs. Marfyne Hayden, Mrs. Ber- nice Regaldo, direc+or of nursing, and Mrs. Alice Foor consider The design of a new nursing cap. Righi' - Bobby Sfewarf is a vicfim of circumstance as Mrs. Bernice Regaldo Ueffl and Mrs. Marfyne Hay- den-check fhe size of his uniform. - T T il Ti Sf ,-3.5511 i , li'll'l STrong PE Program NoT Cvershaclowecl A healThy body and a healThy mind consTiTuTe a healThy individual. The Field House provides recre- aTional equipmenT and TaciliTies To build The healThy body. AThleTic DirecTor Joe Thomas heads The physical educaTion cleparTmenT and direcTs The inTramural program which is considered one oT The besT in The counTry. Thomas and VarsiTy Coaches Don Brown and Glen STone Teach physical educaTion classes along wiTh Mrs. June Cope who works wiTh The coeds in addiTion To being dean oT women. The Goddard Building is The locaTion oT TaT sTock shows. counTy Tairs and rural youTh acTiviTies. . , . I ap"i1 . 1. li "':I . ' Y-Tw.. ' 'i, ' ll 'i :?7l1l la"'f 3. fll: ififu,. il Hg,Il,:.iYE F img E5'l1fffil"l.i .xii irq ell ll' Tg",'c ,""l T 'F -' 'i .i f T A ii T ii 'T if R U ll 2 a ' J-:sl-li-T T I 1 if T 'lflii--V ill gi E Tlllyal1llii'l'jii ,.gliil'i ful Ilia 'll'l:I Magix, ill' I, ,. f,si,5R?i'i-if ilicsgggi T. glsklllilll . Tlll ..i-ii T- -,IAHQ x I V A hoTly conTesTed game oT pushball, The TirsT oT 22 inTramural sporTs played aT EasTern, is TrequenTly seen on campus in The Fall. by Alhlelics K. , .l' -l my if l , ,.--- - -fpgd ,- .,- l ll' w ,llfl app 'T l l llfmflllfagf 4 X xx l lxxxl 'ELA ' " - r r an 'rl J X J if an , . k xjffx, A X ' N are ., xg ':i41'.lQfQQf' 1 f Z? 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ChocTaw, JohnsTon and Salmon Halls are The men's dormiTories and The coed dorm is Miller. EasTern also provides TaciliTies Tor married sTudenTs and TaculTy in The brick aparTmenTs across Trom Miller Hall, VeTerans Village locaTed due souTh oT EasTern and The mobile home courT direcTly behind The Village. The 20-uniT mobile courT was added in The Fall oT I97O To meeT The.need oT married sTudenTs aTTending college in The I97Os. ,, ,. p,!i,,,g.. ,. ,J :f,.,lI- ffI..:. . TT ' ' Ag:.,g4 Q.:.-.-i-L1:.'..L-...g1...-. -... .:ffH!5,?'. 33355, ,pit , if ' i ii X i nfl- .il .Lf . 4'-Lflfv, ' i - Q-'fr Y 44 -Q i ,f 4, Q .. Rehearsing, singing. reporting, or jpainfingq The 'rhiingis iwedid helped filli our days. Our acfivifries broadened our field of vision. And gave us responsibilifies in pregparafion of The fufure. Iinvolvemen+ 75 ew ' i III '1 'ii if 7'I Senale Hears Pleas for Dorm Hour Change Main governing body on campus is The Sludenr Senale, made up of represenla- rives from each of The organizalions, classes and dorms on campus. The senalors work To promore a belle-r relalionship belween slu- denls and lacully, hear sludenl complainls, and make or change campus policies. They promole proiecls +o calch sludenl inleresl and sponsor The eleclions conducl- ed 'ro selecr various officers and personali- fies. The Senale meels weekly fo discuss sludenl' problems. The Senale iniliales differenf programs on campus, such as The luforing program and works 'ro revise school regulalions. Officers of Jr-he Sfudenl Senale are Greg Chaney, presidenl: Lou Rila Sallerlield. vice presidenlg Mary Dees, secrelaryq J. L. Sloan. Treasurer. and Lisa Barnell, head cheerleader. ,m,g.',,,V,L1' . ., ilfi fl, . Above - Don Garrefl casls an eye as Janie Bigloie makes sure she has her minufes in correcf order. Upper Righi - Sfudenf Senafe President. Greg Chaney, gels an early sfarf on leadership as he heads ihe 'freshman orienlalion program. Lower Righ+ - BeHy Grego gazes af lhe guesl speaker while Emil Spadafora gels up enough nerve lo ask a quesfion. l 1 5 q in it l ill li l 13 U- 'S '6 '7 " l i I l l m ,, ,, 1, 11. ' 15 nl us 11 U N l 1 .-f' RIMA!" 57" X V K Thx VM v.-.-.-,..' f-Ti-... i.- -,, ,il 4 . l i ,il J' . .. Q l e lif , ,.i ix i i i l l ll U rxil I i , f, I,,,, i .- ,5 X , W ,i M , . V ,l , . g 1 ,, y,. ,F H...!. .Y 4 , .. if in ' ,H gy W ' , ' -' -- i,!-,T. ,.,.: . .:.,.,..,,- ,4 11 1 ' 3 , ,L rg' f Q 1 'Y' 'fir' 1' ,f i N 13 il iff 2 ,gg 1, W H , I 1. ii. is i ,ii .J i l i lil i1 l 3 J 1 Qi., -i Y, .7 :Q ' ' .1 l "l 2-i .I i '.ii'1l L Mi , I Tl. X -1 i 'R if L .. WV, ,, ii 3, ' ' V ' ,,.',".q1 '13 1 WT, A- .l.U- Q,-'. ' Sfudenl Senafe members include lseaied, l-rl Greg Chaney. presidenfi Mike Polk, Glenda Simpson, Nina Billingsley, Nelda Shepherd, Janie Bigbie. Mary Dees. Be-'fly Grego. Janice Genlry, Darlene Jackson, Vir- gie Harris. and Lisa Barnerl. lsecond row, l-rl Tommy Chambers. Gary Parrish. Kalhy Grego. Bob Wilson, Kay Thomason. Lou Rifa Salferiield, i i l i I r 1 l 3 l I i, ,' J , - W . I i I V 'l 3 will ' ' L. ,yn .5,ii"gz-gg, iii -- s"iirI .:ii 3 ' y ..sgg,- -i'- .i 'Q 'L -.g 5- ."' L, ' - ' -'ii-ET,--"f.L"' -' ' -Wi '55 -Q l Ken Farley. Judy Parish. Don Garreli. Leo Johnson. Harold Williams, Ronnie Crawley, Carlon Rogers, and James Bradley. lThird row, l-rl Sieve Channell, Sieve Kroulil, Denfon McDonald, J. L. Sloan, Joe John- son. Kay Rule, Emil Spadafora, Sandy Buford. Curlis McDaniel, Pam Chalham, Lemuel Gufhery, Jay Nelson, Terry Fry, and Jim Bradshaw. Above -1- Den+on McDonald and Jim Bradshaw gel some lasl minule queslions answered from guesl speaker Bill Beck. Lefl' - Kennelh Far- ley is drawn +o The edge of his chair while lisiening lo The pro's and con's of The change of girls dorm hours. TNT xx fxkxr 'STaTesman' Judged Top Jr. College Newspaper Judged Oklahoma's Top iunior college newspa- per, The STaTesman received The sweepsTakes Tro- phy aT The Fall convenTion oT The Oklahoma Colle- I f giaTe Press AssociaTion aT Oklahoma STaTe. The paper also won "All-American" raTings Trom The AssociaTed CollegiaTe Press aT The UniversiTy oT lvlinnesoTa Tor The I97I Fall and The l97I Spring semesTer ediTions. STeve l.alli and Lorene Perkins ScoTT co-ediTed The Spring ediTions. EdiTor oT The STaTesman Tor The Fall semesTer oT I97I-72 was Tim McElroy. MaryeTTa' PrenTice ., served as assisTanT ediTor and Tony Buchanan and F Paul McGee were sporTs wriTers. - ln The Spring, ediTorship was divided as Tony Bu- if , chanan ediTed The paper in January and February and Ken Farley and Karen lvlanTooTh served as as- sisTanT ediTors. During March and April, Buchanan and Farley exchanged places and Farley assumed The ediTorship. Tim McElroy was sporTs ediTor and MaryeTTa PrenTice was TeaTure ediTor. Paul McGee conTinued as sTaTisTician and sporTs wriTer. I .,,. , Jim Sullivan was TaculTy adviser. Ken Rager. col- lege phoTographer, and sTudenTs Larry l-lamilTon and Danny TorbeTT Took care oT phoTography Tor The paper. Above - lcaying ouT The STaTesman is The fob oT EdiTor Ken Farley ll-rl, Bill BooTh oT The LaTimer CounTy News Tribune. and SporTs EdiTor Tim McElroy. Upper Righi - Ken Farley and Connie Parish pound ouT sTories Tor The nexT ediTion. Righ+ - College PhoTographer Ken Rager sees ThaT phoTographs are available Tor The STaTesman, yearbook and college news bureau. ,- r J, r.- ' ll V ll l 'n I l l ,A 1 X ' ':. f-0 v I. . A T ig ,el ll I W of i li' 11 1 lil i I A- 'illiqfr-,i Y A ,XT-lx! Y: ' .. J I . li iii 7 ai . ff.zf5yg5 -':'a4" 5 .,. fl l , l' -lm, .ni I - 1 ' ,JJ ' G2 fr- . -in if wg fy S . -is "S X, Sw, " 52 1 '- :QJ .g' ll 1. 1. . . l if ll ll' ,L . ,Al ig - I, v. Q, Top - Ediforial Board for The Sfafesman includes ll-rl Ken Farley, Karen Manloofh, Maryella Prenllice, Tim McElroy and lseafedl Tony Buchanan. The Ediforial Board runs fhe paper and decides on The confenf of fhe paper. including ediforials, columns and leffers +o The edi+or. Lefi - Firsf semesfer edilors are Edilor Tim McElroy and Assisfanl Edifor Maryeffa Prenfice. Above - Spring semesfer edi- fors include rofafing edifors Ken Farley lleffl and Tony Buchanan and assisfanl' edifor Karen Manloofh. . -,- fxh aj.. T x N-'yt Ex" lx i' u s rn Above - Second semesfer edifor Janef Bell and Carla LiHle, as- sisfanf edifor, find The Yearbook Library very handy. Above Lef+ - Working fogefher +o produce a yearbook are sfaff members Meredifh Mendenhall. Sherri Seabolt index edilor, and Pam Shaddix. Above Righi' - Edifor Janef Bell llefll and Asst Ediior Carla Lilile lrighfl wafch over The shoulder of Mrs. Jeffie Talley, Public lnformaiion secrefary, as she checks fhe final pages 'ro be 'fyped for fhe '72 yearbook. Righ+ - Jim Sullivan, adviser of bofh The yearbook and newspaper, works wifh Jane+ Bell on lhe final deadline of The yearbook. V QQ-, lug 'i' "Tv ew- ,. fkrvjxi ', ix'-e - gg' rx, N su Km its W 4-a he I97I MounTaineer Earns 'MedalisT' RaTing Choosing a Theme, wriTing copy, cuTlines, and headlines, drawing layo.uTs, and shooTing picTures were all a parT of producing The I972 MounTain- eer. Serving as yearbook ediTor The TirsT semesTer was Cecil Johnson wiTh PaTTy Yehle and MargareT Malone as iassisTanT ediTors. JaneT Bell became ediTor oT The yearbook The second semesTer and Carla l.iTTle became assisTanT ediTor. SporTs ediTor was Paul McGee wiTh Tim McElroy as sporTs wriTer, Sherri SeabolT was index ediTor. STaTT members were Pam Shaddix and MerediTh Mendenhall. Larry HamilTon and Danny TorbeTT were The phoTographers. EdiTed by Marsha Regan, The I97I MounTaineer won a "MedaIis+" raTing, The highesT raTing a year- book can receive from The Columbia ScholasTic Press AssociaTion in New York. The yearbook also received a TirsT class award Trom The AssociaTed CollegiaTe Press aT The UniversiTy of MinnesoTa, and placed second in yearbook compeTiTion aT The Oklahoma Collegiare Press AssociaTion meeTing aT Oklahoma STaTe UniversiTy. FaculTy adviser oT The yearbook is Jim Sullivan i+h Ken Rager as college phoTographer. Above - Sporfs is The subiecT discussed by SporTs EdiTor Paul McGee lrighT, and Tim McElroy, sporTs wriTer. LefT - STudenT phoTographers Tor boTh The yearbook and newspaper are Danny TorbeTT llefTl and Larry HamilTon. Below - EdiTing The yearbook The TirsT semesTer are ll-rl Marga- reT Malone. assisTanT ediTor: Cecil Johnson, ediTor, and PaHy Yehle, assisT- ani' ediTor. Above -Vera GilreaTh, J. L. Sloan, Karen Baker and Debra Collins acT ouT an emoTional scene in 'The Bad Seed.' Righl' - Lisa BarneTT, Debra Collins lsTandingl and Tom Collin give The appearance oT a happy Tami- ly. Lower RighT - Emil SpadaTora, PaT Lybarger and Debra Collins dis- cuss The happy Topic oT murder. AcTors PresenT Spine "The Bad Seed," a Two-acT Thriller, was presenTed Nov. I9 and 20 by a I2-member casT under The direc- Tion oT PaT Boyd, Speech and Drama insTrucTor. The drama cenTered around an exTraordinarily ex- cepTional child by The name oT Rhoda Penmarlc lLisa BarneTTl. On The surTace, Rhoda was a sweeT, charm- ing child, Tull oT old-Tashioned graces, loved by her parenTs, admired by all her elders. BuT Rhoda's moTher lDebra Collinsl has an uneasy Teeling abouT her. When one oT Rhoda's school maTes is mysTeriously drowned aT a picnic, Mrs. Penmark is alarmed. For The boy who had drowned was The one who had won The penmanship medal ThaT Rhoda TelT she deserved. The casT included Lisa BarneTT lRhoda Penmarkl, Tom Collin lCol. Ken Penmarkl, Debra Collins lChris- Tine Penmarkl, Sandy BuTord lMonica Breedlovel. Donald Dwiggins lEmory Wagesl. Rick Parrish lLeroyl, Vera GilreaTh llvliss Fernl, Emil SpadaTora lReginald Taskerl. Karen Baker llvlrs. Daiglel, J. L. Sloan lMr. Daiglel, Terry Trammell llvlessengerl and PaT Lybar- ger lRichard Bravol. RuTh Johnson was STudenT DirecTor and The sTage- craTT class oT Mrs. Johnnie Wray provided The sTage seT. Lindell McLemore was sTage manager. Tinglmg Bad Seed 1 1 Aiji ' 1,2 3 . . 'P Q1 1 1'-. e vi V3 T ff E I ,nu ,. . '. 'ip ELM - Lisa Barneff. Sandy Buford and Debra Collins gel' fhe +empo in 'The Bad Seed.' Second From Top - Behind The scenes is a necessi+y for 'The Bad Seed' as Emil Spadafora, Par Johnnie Wray and Lisa Barneh' work an hour before curiain- Above - Dialogue befween Rick Parrish and Sandy Buford The drama moving. Top Righf - Suspense builds as Debra reads To her 'precious' daughfer Lisa Barneff. Righf - Rick heclcles Lisa BarneH which furns ou'r io be a misiake for him. l .XQJ1 .- i A. fy.. 2, V i 'T hx., ,151 ' ' 4' I , xy 'Charlie Brown' PresenTed Twice in Spring "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" was The name of The spring musical per- Tormed Feb. 24-25. Musical direcTor oT The play was Joe Knight wiTh PaT Boyd as sTage direcTor and Mrs. Johnnie Wray as Techni- cal direcTor. Theme of The musical was "An average day in The liTe,oT Charlie Brown," covering evenTs Trom ValenTine's Day To The baseball season. Charlie Brown and his Triends shared moods from wild opTimism To uTTer despair. Episodes oT The sTory include l.ucy's ambiTion To be a queen and have her own queendom: l.inus's TanaTic seiges wiTh his blankeTp Snoopy's everlingering baTTle wiTh The Red Baron, and Charlie Brown's lunch wiTh The liTTle red-headed girl. Members oT The casT were Tom Collin lCharlie Brownlq Emil SpadaTora lSnoopyl: Janice Bird lLucyl: RoberT LaGrone ll.inuslg Ron Moore lSchroederl, and Brenda AusTin lPaTTyl. RighT - In reply To a quesTion, Linus Tells Charlie Brown Tha+ he likes newspapers because he doesn'T have To dial Them. Below RighT - While Charlie Brown hides his Tace Trom The liTTle red-headed girl, Lucy lrighTl draws a dress design Tor Pa'rTy. Below - Lucy lisTens aTTenTively while Schroeder plays a sonaTa. li- l if 11" :Z-" z 31 Sw' s, E L-, . Above -- Lucy encourages Charlie Brown as he comes up To baf in a lighl momenf. Lefl' - 'l would have made a ferrific lrophyf Snoopy says as he ,poses on 'rhe roof of his dog house. Below - 'She calls me fo The mound and kisses me on lhe nosel' Schroeder complains afler 'l'ell- ing Charlie Brown +ha+ he won'+ play if Lucy pilches. To+al cas+ includes ll-rl Lucy Uanice Birdlq Linus lRober+ LaGronel: PaH'y lBrenda Ausfinlg Charlie Brown lTom Collinl: Schroeder lRon Moorel: and Snoopy llfmil Spadaforal. AY W .gel-J -jf. Qi - i X H ltiw ,X - ' ag:-fi' ,M-I V Joe KnighT DirecTs College Choirs Very much a parT oT EasTern's social aTmosphere are The College Chorus and Modern Choir, under The direcTion This year oT Joe KnighT. The Two choirs spenT much oT Their Time rehearsing. PresenTing Fall and Spring concerTs, perTorming aT various civic organizaTions as well as The CandlelighT- ing Services, and CommencemenT were on The calen- dar oT evenTs Tor These Two organizaTions. PerTorming on'Tour oT The area high schools was Their main acTivi- Ty in March. The choirs helped in preparing sTudenTs Tor music careers and also gave Them an opporTuniTy To beTTer appreciaTe music. Band members include Row I, I-r: Bobbie Rundell, Lee Ann Flud, Jamie liams, Rick Dawson, Paula Giacomo. Linda Harris. Row 3: Tom Collin, Gilbert Deena Morfon, Siella Duranf, PaHy Yehle, Karen Baker, Judy Brenda Ausfin, Clellia Roso, Mike Humphrey, Kafhy Williams, Ronell Candy, Phyllis Billy. Row 2: Evelyn Comsfock, Belly Grego, Kay Rule, Speed, Clifford Tuggle, Nina Billingsley. Allen Hell. Gary Dingler, John Dwayne Brumfield, Tom Whife, Roger Nolley, Roberf LaGrone, Tony Rosenboom and Direcfor Edwin Ashmore. Rider, Emil Spadafora, Kafhy Grego, Charles Freeman, Danny Wil- Band Performs a+ Fall and Spring Conceris l l Above Le'H'-John Rosenboom is on fhe ball and ready for his cue lo join in wifh his 'fellow from- bonisfs. Above Righ+ - Playing The clarinel is a cinch for Bobbie Rundell as she warms up for fhe Fall Band Concert Under lhe direclion of Edwin Ashmore, 'IT was a very good year' for Eas+ern's I97I-72 Band as enrollmenr and pariicipaiion jumped I3 per cenf las+ year. The Band boosfed school spiril ai ball games by playing The Na- Jrional Anfhem and several pep songs. The Band also performed ai Baccalaureaie and Commence- men'r exercises, and presenled bofh Fall and Spring concerls fo The sludeni body. January saw Eas1'ern's band sponsoring The an- nual Band Eeslival for some I3 area high schools. Sludenis who enjoy insrrumen- fal music are inviied To parfici- pale in Easl'ern's band. STudenTs ExhibiT ArT Work Each SemesTer OTTering a wide varieTy oT courses Tor arT maiors and Tor sTudenTs who wish To learn To beTTer appreciaTe arT is The ArT DeparT- menT aT EasTern. direcTed by lvlrs. Pauline l'lamilTon. ArT is a Torm oT selT-expression in which color and composiTion communicaTe The Teeling oT The arTisT To The beholder. The fXrT DeparTmenT.sTrives To perTecT The expression oT ThaT idea. AT The end oT each semesTer The ArT De- parTmenT sponsors a sTudenT exhibiT in which The besT work oT each sTudenT is puT on display. Works oT arT are also displayed in The exhibiT cases oT The arT deparTmenT. Courses oTTered To sTudenTs are Treehand drawing, painTing, and leTTering. Righ+ - ConcenTraTing deeply, Bernice McDonald prac- Tices her leTTering. Below - Marilyn Henery careTully draws The porTraiT oT Sharon WalTon. Below RighT - Joyce Lenz looks over The shoulder of Joe Johnson as he explains The nexT sTep oT leTTering. NJ' Ml' SQ I Mil Debalers Gbserve, Par+icipa+e in Tourney Top - Sharing ideas and comrnenfs are debafers ll-rl Lisa Barneff, Vera Gilreafh. Lou Rifa Sarferfield, Sheila Welcher, and Karen Baker. Above - Sfafing her ideas persuasively. Lisa Barnelr holds fhe aH'en- fion of her lisfeners. Righf - Greg Chaney prepares for his +urn +o speak in a debare. Selling forlh ideas bolh clearly and persuasively were The debalers, produced by Jrhe Speech Deparr- meni, under The direclion of Mrs. Johnnie Wray. The debale squad consisred of Sheila Welcher, Lisa Bar- ne++, Greg Chaney. and Ed Wingfield. Acfivilies of lhe Debale ream include allending a debare Jrournamenl ar Sou+heas'rern Sfale College 'ro bofh observe and parlicipaie, pariiciparing in an in- rrarnural debale af Easlern, and giving demonsfra- 'rions before varsiry and debare classes on campus. i fs .-Q-f'?F' f 432' fiif? T9 A -ff' L 1 . "ff,-1?f"f ff-35.1 "-:- " V L' 4'N1,,j1',p. -V, -i' '- 'Q "x 1- '. kv: ,-v. 5 .wN1gm.,,-ia. ,. If-L ' -I Dig' b21"f:'-., :Y - x3f,a,,,f, X-55112 -ia. ,. fffh N5 ' H "1 1iff!'.Vg,Xa,'L'-4,T1,17T"-5,1 9 L13 my-1:71.'Q wk "1-1:4 qua" "f.:,f7'1T . 5- nt- 'si- Aw-1 - "'ifY3l.,.'t "- ,, 4 3.1 '-.'.' J. A . . , fl. '1Q-1::,r.g,f-.flfliz-'-,Qt 13 xt R' wg' ' QA , fi X1 ? iffrfzw -W 'A ' YN L X . rj, lv-':,i3b'.i-N wx 3 -a .325 A , .W i ,Ex-lrixdl-L: 1 'iffy' 1' "GW, . "1 4 w if 1- .':Q11,Q. ' V' . P? f A, I 1 ifjf' ' Ji' ' 1-3,-s.," '- D 51116215 ' f ' g ' a A ' - if +15kwr9'f?' ' waxy : gik ff . -N 1 wa N 1' .. A, ff f49i'+. J ,--Q ,!. U1 ,W-I 1 'A- 1 ,, j, I F JS? . .45 W .-in F . -Aww, r" f J 49 I IRT X ,iv 'a iiff l2..fe2l1zzgg'fVZff' 1, ' vf ' g.,+g3,-- . -A ...Q r nv-1 , 4-pp 9 We longed fo be above flne ordinary, se'r aparr by beaufy, personalify, falenf or brains. To achieve flne goals fha? make life worfhwhile, To make realirfy our of our dreams. Fea+ures HL i ' I V-"' iYi H ii Q Y Hemecoming 'ft-T'-W4 ,. I P i i 2 l l i In i 'ix c f fhis year's Homecoming fes+ivi- of +116 I97'l'-72 Homecom- Sandra Porfer, physical educa- Eufauia. Miss Porfer, firsi black Homecoming Queen a+ Eastern, S'+udein+ Sena+e.PresidenJr Greg The halfiime ceremonies of The Xaggaime Nov. 20. She. iS an ac- l5o'rh 1'he'Angel Flighf and fhe Sociefy. I97l Homoecofmingo o Quedfh i-LQEPMkvsHEE'f"i12'.1 WL?fili,:if1 ' Kay Rule Young Democra+s A 'Kiwi' Ann Moore Afffliafion of Chrisfian Sfudenfs BSU X . 2 x "-A . I Na ncy York 'Lisa EBal'r5h e+'k Afro-American Sociefy Ch?-?FleGdSFS , ,H U H M , Q2 Q ,mu 'W 'W 5 N W S ,, E , Queeq ww "'ww" Mfxngn Mobrei sophgnfnofe mgioFi ng in Sc52:nreQ1Cgri?I s5ien:ce, Was eiledwd vEI 9 '72 M 3'un+ainf3eE Qieeiim by pbpul2ar ?5oH5! i 9 g Seledrid from I Z coed sA, Annawojfi a + Mun:QoHYH e le 2:+iQn 'ro beef +wb ofhwsfr fim al iS3rs. iAnn was a lso a 1fi nalisT for Homecoming Queenw E y u H: S, Q Ea 'E ' Ns' W J W .5 if Q M1 1 w w 5. w uw ff, ww vw u ,w mm ,Q-2 w H H w mg Yearbook Queen A++e n+dQan+s M H H H H Q.. ,f W K f ff:-AQ -' 'dp Lisa Ba rne++ BeV'?erlyfiJdl9fns6 h si S- o ,E , we H bmi 4 ,,. W HE ag Q XV HN H "' 'M H HN W 'Y'- 11 11 11 111 111 11 11 111 1 , 11 1 11 11 11!11".1 11 11" 'j X1 " 11 me 11 1 ,, 11 X 1 7 -- -ggw .1 Cpg , , l ueegn, Qand gg g gg Excl+emen+ i " W 12395 ,, Fen M 1 2 V 1, 1 1 1 ' 'Qs' l ,gfss QQ f. 1, ,fe 111, 1 1 ,, 11 W 1! sg 111 1 Abovp,,--1Qa,ndra,,NRogfer is qgowned Homecoming Queengby +heMl9Yl Homecomia Queenl Debgle Johnsonill as Greg Chagily wellchesfj Above Loff - Phyllis Qhronisfer waifs expeclanlly for 'rhe Homecom- ing Qlieen fo be named Above Righf - AnnfMooFe, I972 Yeirbook Queeg. smiles becomirggly as she enioys 'rhe Miller Hall lea. "Rigl1+ - Waillhg 'rd ry1eke'her ehfrance forllhe Homec3i'ning"Queen coronalionih 1 ceremony is Sue Sheehan. 11, 1.511 ' ' ' ' ' 11 1 1 11 11 - 11 1111' 1 ,, 1 l 5 CaIeEdarGirl einise Wai e i iiosmssli wgaiel W Xf M idii3s:S+ fsiciiy fresijimam, wasplfmosen as j'Miss C317 endar Girl of l972" calendar Miss Wade, an elemenfary edul ca'qipn mejor, inepnesfenfredfMiss1Jiuily on The Press Club i972 Calendar. R U i H Q a n cl e pie nid eb if is h e we seiecfed from I2 Coeds on The basis oiiciailiendar sailesf' M ' i ii , i ii X1 i Y- MM' 1 ii ii ' ii ili- I ii ii i is i i -i Rig. ii ii is 5 xfwg L52 7 kgeilui. I bu ii iii-ii wi! 'sr V :gm ef" Miss February Sherrie Taylor Home Economics Miss Sepfember Sherry Perkins Salmon Hall The Press Club Preseni Miss December Donna Kafes Young Democrals Miss Augusl' Lisa BarneH Cheerleaders ' H in ,ui H l N, , lu , U M Iss March Marye'H'a Angel Miss Jul Denise W ', Miss May Vickie Nelson l Indian Club Miss Ocfober Julie Simpson Rodeo Club The 'l972 Calendar Girls' Miss June JeaneHe Pink Press Club Miss January Brenda Forlmer D ECA iss April Hamp+on Program Miss November Sherri Seaboll' Press Club K-I 25 Sophomores Named lo Who's Who Twenry-five sfudenis from Easl- ern were named +o fhe naiional publicaiion "Who's Who Among Siudenis in American Junior Col- leges." Siudenis nominaied were re- quired 'ro be sophomores wi+h an overall grade poin'r average of 2.5. The sophomores were judged on scholasiic sfanding, leadership, cilizenship and pariicipalion in aclivilies. Selecled by a srudeni-facullry commiH'ee, 'rhese ouislanding slu- den'r leaders have been recog- nized in Jrhe publicaiion of "Who's Who Among Sludenis in American Junior Colleges." They represenl Easrern siudenis besi qualified 'ro face The challenges of lhe fulure. ,,.,,4.-1? Pafricia Oulds: Elemeniary Educafion Major. McAles+er, Sophomore Class President Afro-American President BSU Coordinalor: Ford Foundafion Upper Division Scholarship: Dean's Honor Roll, 3 semes- fers. wx.. "'l'fL'f" A Nelda Shepherd: English Maior. Kin+a: Mes- Ted Evicks: Agriculiure Mayor Wilburfon demoiselle Secreiary: SEA Secrelaryg Siu- Aggie Club: Dean's Honor Roll 3 semesiers den+ Senaforg Dean's Honor Roll, I semesier. Roll, 2 semesfers. iii? N-F' Susan Ragiano: English Maior, Harfshorneq Marlial Arls Club Secre 'iaryq Cheerleader: Presidemvs Honor Roll, I semesfer Deans Honor John Miller: Hisfory Maior. Wilburlong Sfudem' Sena+e: Bible Chair President Debafez Drama: Presiden+'s Honor Roll. 2 semeslersg Dean's Honor Roll, I semesier. ll-ci Q a 5, i l F A N 1. if A l li li fi lrgi D D , if C ,A --Q 34- -A-W l1 F " 2 Nancy Shield: Business Maior, McAlesier: Miller Hall Vice BSU Publicify Chairman: Cheerleader: Modern Choir: Young cralsy Phi Bela Lambda: Homecoming' Queen Finalist Dean's Roll. 2 semesfers. 2 gr , . . K, ,Q . 'fn . 9' ' ' 3 , ." F .K r gif rf ' 1 Hgifll .-I .- I I if I iw 5-Aff-I -.vv C13 -Q?-TIA I, , .in 15:41 A I .' 'ffv ' - j ' ,, ' .v'i"" lil, ' " nz- , I A - "Mfg ' lift: -f 1: ,.'fl " : I' 7 , ' Ifguq . TG, VZ ' U U' ' , V- ' rf , If ' 1 " ' I .',. . wr. - - 1 ,VI fi fl 2' ' wg I I - , Zn r r 1 H Y: 1' Prenlice: Journalism lv1aior.'Sli- Young Democrals Presidenl: Calendar Angel Flighr: Oklahoma lnlercollegiale Chorus: Modern Choir: Spring Press Club: Assislanl' Eclilor of Fealure Eclilorz Dean's Honor I semesler. Galeley: Environmenfal Science lvlaior, Cily: Fellowship of Chrislian Afh- Presiclenlg BSU coorclinalor: Baseball: 5 Dislricl All-Slar Shorfsfop: Dean's Roll, 2 semeslers. Sfeve Hudson: Physical Educalion lvlaior, Coalgale: BSU Presidenlg Slale Publicity Di- reclor I97O: Fellowship of Chrisfian Alhleles. Vice Presidenr: Baskelball: Presiden+'s Honor Roll, I semesler: Dean's Honor Roll. 2 semes- lers. ii-III , ali'- ...sw Glenda Simpson: Business Maior. Hugo: Slu- den+ Senafe: BSU coordinalor: Phi Bela Lambda Treasurer: Presidenfs Honor Roll, 2 semeslers: Dean's Honor Roll, I semesler. Ann Moore: Secrelarial Science Maior, Sri- gler: Yearbook Queen I972: Phi Bela Lambda Reporler: Angel Flighl: lnlramural Sporls: Chi Alpha: Affilialion of Chrislian Sfuclenls: Miller Hall Counselor: Presiclen+'s Honor Roll. l semesler: Dean's Honor Roll. 2 semeslers. I , I I Jim Bradley: Archileclural Engineering Maior. lvlcAles+er: BSU Represenfalive: Modern Choir: Band: Presiden+'s Honor Roll, 2 semeslers: Dean's Honor Roll. I semesler. 00 Ou+s+anding Sophomore Leaders Recognized f f lui v"IW Don Garrelh Foresr Technology Maior. Del Ci'ry: Foresfry Club Presidenl: Bible Chair President Johnson Assisfanf: Drama: Presi- denI's Honor Roll. 2 semesfers: Dean's Honor Roll, I semesfer. Dave Ward: Machine Technology Major. Wilburlon: Welding Honor: Dean's Honor Roll. 3 semesfers. Sandra Porferz Physical Educafion Major, Eu- 'FauIa: Afro-American Sfudem' Union: Angel Flighl: Homecoming Queen: Ford Founda- iion Upper Division Scholarship: Dean's Honor Roll, I semesler. Mary Dees: Home Economics Maior, Spiro: Sfudenl Senafe Secrefary: Home Economics Club: Presiden'I's Honor Roll. I semesler: Dean's Honor Roll, 2 semesfers. , Ray Facfory: PoIi'IicaI Science. Pre-Law Major, McAIesIer: Adminisfrafive Commil- fee on Sludenr Conducfz Journalism Sfaff: Dean's Honor Roll, I semesfer. Terry Dulce: Engineering Maior, Eufaula: Ba Icefloallg Track: Dean's Honor Roll, 2 seme Iers. l"'e. V' nn, . .... 35" 11. ai? i.-,--V Sandy Buifordz Music Major. Siiglerr New- man Club: Sfudenf Senafe: DECA Secrelary Choir: Modern Choir: Drama: Presi lf' an Charles Sfafonz Mid-Manaqemenl Major, McAIes+er: DECA President Sfafe Public Relaiion Direclor: Siaie Secrefary: Presi- 5 Honor Roll 2 semesfers: Dean's Honor den+'s Honor Roll, I semesfer: Dean's Honor I ggmegferh Roll. 2 semesiers. If J wwe.. 1 r I 'f I . LLWI if V. If ff, r .,f TN S Henery: Physical Educafion Maior, Tahlequah: SEA: Inframural Sporisz Dean's Honor Roll, 3 semesfers. TOPS in- Smirhr Pre-Deniisiry Major, Wilburiony Presiden+'s Honor Roll. I Dean's Honor Roll, 2 semesiers. out ,pan- Lisa Barneffp Pre-Den+1s+ry Maior, Sfiglerq Siudeni Senafep Head Cheerleader: Drama: Debafeg Calendar Girl: Homecoming Queen Finalisiz Dean's Honor Roll. 2 semesiers. Jonalhan Leaihers: Pre-Medicine Maior, Clayfon: Deba+e: Presidenf's Honor Roll, 2 semesiersq Dean's Honor Roll. I semesier. Glenn Mead: Pre-Deniisfry Maior, Heavener: Chemisiry furor: Presi- den+'s Honor Roll, I semesfer: Dean's Honor Roll. 2 semesfers. -...u",ri4 I I I - I I .af - I K 02 F v' g , x 1 -ff 1.-.,.ns.-1 ,I .,,1,- V iff L A, '. m, Z' 1 w L? 'f ,1 ,I E --.p ,X LJ! x M if , y, J. 2 1 ,ll ', M fr ll I W Q X N . . ..- X! gill 45" .T f ' A , f v - . - "T ' X 'X 1737"f'7' V qqvff- - '- V - V :rm . '15-F.-,aiiiif Y P - f WR "' "":'- J-Uri: "f M- - .uw-I 'f"5.'. . 'T' i' ,,.-3fQ.5f.l-.11 pg . 4214i ,ggfit-A. . 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Home Economics Club Sponsors Career Da ParTicipaTing in a number oT acTiviTies on cam- pus is The Home Economics Club, sponsored by Mrs. BeTTy Holland. The club serves aT The gradua- Tion recepTion and prepares The decoraTions Tor many oT The banqueTs and dinners. Programs and 'acTiviTies oT The l-lome Economics Club are relaTed To The proTessional Tields oT home economics. The club is open To any sTudenT en- rolled in a home economics course. The annual ChrisTmas STyle Show and Tea oTTers a challenge' To members when They model a sewing proiecT or prepare and serve The reTreshmenTs. Each Spring The club sponsors a career day and sTyle show Tor The high school Home Economics De- parTmenTs in This area. Also, The club plans and consTrucTs a TloaT Tor The annual Homecoming Pa- rade. As Tund-raising proiecTs, members sold sTaTione- ry and calendars in order To meeT The Tinancial needs oT The club. Modeling aT The Home Economics STyle Show, Janie Bigbie grins widely as she displays The panTsuiT she has made. Chi Alpha Raises Funds for STudenT Cenfer Plans for a new sTudenT cenTer were The.main Topics of discussion aT Chi Alpha during The year. Fund- raising services were held aT differ- enT churches in The area To raise money for The new cenfer. STudenTs who wish To enioy reli- gious fellowship are invifed To aT- Tend Chi Alpha services. Chi Alpha, sponsored by Rev. Nelson Booze, is a sTudenT organizafion associafed wiTh The Assembly of God Church. lvleeTings of The club were Wednesday evenings aT The Assem- bly of God Church. Speakers pre- sided over The meefings wifh varied Topicsiof inTeresT To young people. Chi Alpha members are lseafed, l-rl Terri Kenne- dy, Ann Moore, and EuleTa Garland. STanding ll-rl The Rev. Nelson Booze: Donna Fowler, presi- denfp Denfon McDonald. sfudenf senaTor: Kay Thomason, secreTary-Treasurer, and Richard Spil- man. vice presidenf. Above Chi Alpha members sing as Peggy Shuman plays The piano Leff Terri Kennedy llefTl and Nancy Templefon lrighil wafch as Den- Ton McDonald displays his slcill wiTh The sfeel guiTar. ACS Adds To Adding To The spiriTual growTh oT iTs members and promoTing ChrisTi- aniTy on campus is The purpose oT The ATTiliaTion oT ChrisTian ST'udenTs lACSl. ACS, sponsored by Audrey BalenTine, is an undemoninaTional organizaTion oT ChrisTian sTudenTs on campus. Special speakers are chosen Tor each meeTing oT The club wi+h The Topics oT discussion relevanT To The problems oT young people. Occa sionally a sTudenT holds The discus- sion buT normally a preacher or an inTeresTed church member is The speaker. Social acTiviTies oT The club -in- clude a picnic aT Robber's Cave STaTe Park each semesTer. Singing TogeTher aT The ACS club meeTing are ll-rl DenTon McDonald. Ann Moore. and Donna Fowler. ' SpiriTual GrowTh aT EasTern ' K . TJ. .TJ lu, P ..., ' , ---.,,,,--NX 1 ' xx 71" ACS club members are lseaTecl, l-rl MargareT STinson, Terrie Kennedy, Tary-Treasurer DenTon McDonald Kay Thomason Paul Jennings pres: Ann Moore and EuleTa Garland: lsTanding, lirl Audrey BalenTine, spon- denfp and Richard Spilman sor: Pam ChaTham, Paula MarTin, vice presiclenT: Donna Fowler, secre- 'Y-I We5l9Y Club members BFG iSGBl'9d. I-rl Donna SCOH. Loreila Holland. Norfon, Genie Kirkbride, Doroihy Guenrher, Judy Parish, Joyce l'lamil- program chairman: Lowery Holland, president Susan Ragland, and ron. vice presidenr, Henry Reager, and 'rhe Rev. Tony Howard. Edna Mclnfosh: islanding, l-rl Mrs. Don Brown, Sieve Channell, Mona Foundalion Plans Uniied Campus Minis+ry I4 v . Q.. Plans are being made To develop ihe Wesley Foundaiion Siudeni Cerrler info a Uniled Campus Minis- fry supporied by The Episcopalian, Presbyierian, Carholic, Meihodisi and Disciples of Chrisi Churches. Religious and spiriiual growih for inieresied siudenis can be gained from The Wesley Foundaiion Sru- deni Cenier Through 'rhe invesiiga- lion of The claims of Chrisr and Chrisiianiry, worship experiences, classroom work and dialogue. The Cen'rer's purpose is 'ro provide a home away from home for 'rhe sfu- denis al' Easiern. The only requiremeni for pariici- paiion in Wesley Foundaiion work is an inieresr in invesrigaiing and de- veloping an undersranding of whal' il means io be a Chrisrian. Faculiy sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown. Direciors are ihe Revs. Tony Howard. Bill Miichell and Don Brooks. Af+er persuading Lowery Holland 'lo sfand sfill, Susan Ragland decorares him for Chrisfmas al' a social. 107 Club Begins TSI Increasing sleadily in members and proi- ecls is fhe Foreslry Club, one of lhe grow- ing organizalions on Easlern's campus. Open lo membership from any sludenl ma- joring in a science or agricullural field, The club is sponsored by Ed Curlis and James Bohlmann. To promole lhe academic, social and professional inleresi' of The members is fhe aim of 'rhe club. During lhe pasl' year The Foresfry Club began Timber Sfand lmprovemenl lTSll proiecfs for privafe landowners, in addilion 'ro Their lradirional fund-raising proieci of chopping and selling firewood. The club also sponsored a weiner roasl and a coun- Jrry-wes'rern dance. Ofher aclivifies in- cluded campouls. gues+ speakers, a foreslry field day, and a foreslry club banquel. Riglrl' - Roger Deen and Mike Barron look al' 'The angle ai' which a pine free has grown. Below - Foresfry club members enioy Themselves as They gafher around a grill ai' a club weiner roasl. Below Righf- Joe Johnsfon cu+s down a 'free To use for firewood. Proiecls for Landowners .ony nv! ,.. Tres! Foresfry Club members are ffrom' row, I-rl Bob Lee: Mike Barron, pub- Second Row: Richard Rodgers: Owen Kellcggt Gene Sfockfon, secre- iicify manager: Joe Johns+on: Don Garreff, presidenfg Danny Mclfuin, +ary. and Sfeven Kroufil, sfudenf senafor. Third Row: James Bohlmann freasurer: Barry Dennis: and Larry Caughern. vice president and Ed Curfis, sponsors. DECA Developes VocaTlonal UndersTandlng To develop leadership, social inTelligence, civic consciousness and vocaTional under- sTanding is The purpose oT The DisTribuTive Edu- caTion Clubs OT America lDECAl. ln order To be- come a member oT DECA, a sTudenT musT be a mid-managemenT maior and be enrolled in The ManagemenT Seminar. Sponsors oT DECA are 'Bill Loar and RoberT Bain. Field Trips were made To McAlesTer and Tulsa To visiT various sTores and manuTacTuring com- panies. A Trip was also made To The lv1cAlesTer News-CapiTal. Fund raising proiecTs oT The club were a dance and a Turkey raTTle. Proceeds Trom The proiecTs were used To Tinance Trips To The STaTe DECA Rally in Oklahoma CiTy and To The NaTional Leadership ConTerence in Los Angeles, CaliT. 0 Above - Discussing The program Tor The'nexT meeTing are DECA OTTI cers ll-rl Harley WhiTe, Charley STaTon, and Karl Scifres. Upper RlghT - PaTTi Caughern lisTens aTTenTively To The plans Tor TuTure club prog ecTs. Righ'l' - lgnoring The exciTemenT around him. Danny Wilson reads a magazine arTicle. l Y ,. me'-me -' .,.,g,, eg, ,--1.- r '55 Tffrxil l "Ili 5 ii i., Wil-l 11' 5'I?I', RMS .lil DECA club members are firsl' row, I-rl Brenda Forlcner, Pal Belz. Rira Greene. Linda Gordon. secreraryg Pafri Caughern, Karhy Ferrell Cox. Dawanna Jones. Debbie Williams. Jane? Wackerly, Jo Hanna Fridman and Willie Mae Neal: lsecond row, l-rl Roberr Bain, Bill Loar, sponsors: Mary Curfis. Danny Wilson, Keifh Perkins. Charles Howard. Carl Scar- , ffl l-wer. il . if g.,..i?Q,g :S 5 ll berry. Jack Palmer, Mike Van Horn. Commy Howard. Gary Reamy, Roger Hill. David While, Joe Williams and Johnny Graves: lfhird row, l-rl Karl Scifres. public relafionsg Wayne Underwood, Curlis Ray, Mike McCauley. Harley While. vice president Sieve Walson, Leland Mad- dogg, Johnny Quinn and Mike Tinker. lui ' I ' ,W . K-A fx s V , ,e.., .L ..g.S'E,. j.1'Ej-14 l . D eff- Above - Karl Scifres lsfandingl presenfs his side of an issue +0 lseafed, I-rl Margie Rafclihf, Jo Hanna Fridman, Janel Waclcerly, and Wayne Underwood. Lefl' - DECA Presideni' Charley Sia- l'on lsfandingl answers fhe quesfions of club members. in is Li. y if-1 gxggie Club members are i'FronT row, l-rl ForresT l'lamilTon: Danny An- Back Row il-rl RusTy ArmsTrong: Randy Jackson, Harold Williams: Kirby erson, pres1de'nT1 Gary Crawley: Boyd ChrisTopher: Ronnie Rose: Williams: Terry Fry, reporTer and Ted Eviclis. James WaTTs: Linda Houk, secreTary-Treasurer: Joe Jones: and Ed Enis. Aggie AcTiviTies Include FaT SToclc Show PromoTing Tellowship among agri- culTure maiors is The purpose oT EasTern's Aggie Club, sponsored by ForresT l-lamilTon and Edd Enis. The club is open To any sTudenT maioring in a Tield oT agriculTural sTudy. ConTesTs, evenTs, and livesToclc shows are amiong The acTiviTies spon- sored by The club To promoTe inTer- esT in agriculTure and agriculTural educaTion. These include an FFA YouTh Leadership Training ConTer- ence in The Fall, and boTh an FFA ln- TerscholasTic conTesT and a 4-l-l, FFA FaT STock Show in The Spring. Formerly, The Aggie Club was an all-male club buT is now open To boTh male and Temale members. Linda Houk. The only Temale member oT The Aggie club. decoraTes a TloaT Tor Homecoming. Angel FlighT Marches aT BaslceTball Games 4 Working To promoTe school spiriT is EasTern's marching drill Team, The Angel FlighT. QualiTicaTions Tor join- ing The Team are size, personal hygiene, poise and personaliTy. A 2.5 grade poinT average from The previous year and an inTeresT in working wiTh oThers is also required. The drill Team marched in various parades and al' halTTime'oT baskelr- ball games in WilburTon and sur- rounding areas. They perTormed in EasTern's Homecoming Parade, in The WilburTon l-ligh School Home- coming Parade and in The VeTeran's Day Parade. Sponsors oT The Angel FlighT are Mrs. June Cope and Mrs. Sara Loar. Pam ChaTham is commander of The group. Angel FIigh+ members prepare Tor a Trip To -KeoTa To march aT half Time of a baslceTball game. IU'- Marching Through downTown WilburTon is' EasTern's Angel Flight com- manded by Pam ChaTham. ,mg In Eg: , ,I , , . 4 LeTTermen's Club Provides AThleTic Awards Providing awards and Travel blaz- ers Tor The aThleTes are annual ac- TiviTies oT The LeTTermen's Club. ln- dividuals who leTTer in any sporT au- TomaTically become members oT The club and all sTudenTs who have re- ceived an AThleTic LeTTer Award are eligible. The club. sponsored by Joe Thom- as. promoTes aThleTic evenTs on cam- pus. The EasTern Oklahoma High School girls and boys baskeTball TournamenTs were sponsored by The LeTTermen's Club. The club also scheduled The InviTaTional Track and Field meeT in The spring. Working The concession sTand aT EasTern's baskeTball games is a club acTiviTy. Filling Cokes as quickly as possible. STeve Chan nell serves his cusTomers. 1.1115 L TT e 's Club members are lTirsT row, l-rl Lowery Holland Don STeve Hudson STeve Channell sTudenT senaTor and Louis Pearl vice e erm n Lindsley Al SiTTel, Bill Brooks. Mike Nowakowski and STan GuTTey presidenT Third Row lr Joe Shaddix Leroy Lzyvgir Ciram secre president Second Row ll-ri Harry HooTs, Glen C5aTeley Lmdell SmiTh Tary Treasurer Terry Duke Charles Manson an a er awrence Press Club members are fseaTed, l-rl MaryeTTa PrenTice, Connie Par- STanding Tl-rl Jim Sullivan. sponsor: Ron SpoTTs. Ken Farley, sTuden+ l5'l'l. r'eporTer: Phyllis ChronisTer, Tim McElroy, president and Carla senaTor: Lynn ATlcins. Paul McGee, Larry HamilTon, vice presidenT: LiTTle. and JaneT Bellg secreTary-Treasurer. Press Club Members View McAlesTer Papers he hands ouT baslceTball programs aT one of EasTern's games, Tony Buchanan Talks wiTh The and Mrs. Thel SmiTh. PrinTing and disTribuTing baskeT- ball programs and calendars were The main Press Club acTiviTies as iT operaTed during The year. The club also conducTed The calendar girl conTesT and selecTed Denise Wade as Miss Calendar Girl oT I972. FurThering inTeresT in iournalism and relaTed Tields was The purpose oT The Press Club, sponsored by Jim Sullivan. All inTeresTed sTudenTs were welcomed To The club. Field Trips were made To Tour The McAlesTer News-CapiTal and The McAlesTer DemocraT To give sTu1 denTs a chance To view a paper being prinTed. Press Club members aTTended The Fall Oklahoma CollegiaTe Press As- sociaTion conference in STillwaTer, The AssociaTecl CollegiaTe Press ConvenTion in Dallas, Texas. and The Spring OCPA conTerence in Tulsa. KaraTe, Judo TaughT by MarTial ArTs Club For The purpose oT Teaching selT defense, a MarTial ArTs Club is or- ganized on campus. The club, spon- sored by Henry Allen, is open To any sTudenT wishing To perTecT Their skills. Members oT The club may re- ceive insTrucTion in eiTher iudo or karaTe. During The Fall, The karaTe class worked ouT wiTh The Muskogee YMCA karaTe class. In The Spring, The iudo class worked ouT wiTh The Ada iudo club and compeTed in area shiais. lnsTrucTor of The iudo class was Louise Hoehman and karaTe insTruc- Tor was Bruce Allen. Righ+ - Judo class members are l'fronT row, l-rl James McLellan, Louise Hoehman. and Linda Webber. Back Row - ll-rl Henry Allen, sponsor: Genie Kirkbride. Treasurer: Kay Rule, secreTary, and Joe Johnson, sTudenT senaTor. . Below Righ+ - KaraTe class members are lTronT row, I-rl Rob- erT ShorT and Tony Rider: lback row, l-rl Bruce Allen, vice presidem' and Rick Dawson. Below - Henry Allen holds James McLellan alofT during a iudo maTch. fy i-'yN , ihfff gy T . li. ,. P , ,A I' ki . my o 4- .T -- H '-:ll tn ' r. slim-iff. - 1 A ,., N ,-4,.-.QM if ..--rf' f, 4 a sr' ' r 4,1 dj. .1 T ,ff ,P 'M 'H fe. ii my i 1 ca J ii 1E 'ri' if . 3, V14 ' ff' "ii"-hi? 'Air T 4-if-k:L'i', '. i I?-frftfiigif' s " -. vii . A , T ti. ,151-L. Mi'- 92:55 H1 Quill-, X 'fic 'z igef: H ,Q , I f f-if V I 11 I ii ii X i , -J' .ff L za' jill-' L if f 5' L AT -A erican STudenT Union members are ifirsT row, l-rl Veronica Ellis, Carrie Hale, PaT Oulds, vice presidenT: Virgie Harris, and Lulabelle Moore: iselndriliow, l-rl Lufricia Jones. Thelma Cole, Shirley Hurd. Linda Burris. Viola AusTin. and Troy Banks. pres1denT:TsTandlng, l-rl Gary Gibson, sponsor: h E II J h G . L ' M K'nne and Ro er STephenson. Vernon BuTler: Sandra PorTer, Leon Rucker. Leo Johnson. ArT ur ze , o nny raves ous c i y. g 'AASU' Raises Flag in Honor of Carl AlberT Raising The flag over The campus on 'Carl AlberT Day' are members of The Afro-American STudenT Union. Newly organized in The Spring Term OT I'-770-7l, The ATro-American STudenT Union is inTeresTed in The beTTermenT oT The posiTion oT black people. The club. sponsored by Gary Gibson, is open To any sTudenT regardless oT race, creed, naTional origin or religion. l-lighlighT oT The year Tor The club was conducTing Tlag raising on "Carl AlberT Day." The Tlag was donaTed by AlberT. and had Tlown over The U.S. CapiTol The day he was sworn in as speaker oT The U.S. House oT RepresenTaTives. One oT The club proiecTs during The year was changing The name Trom The ATro-American SocieTy To The ATro-American STudenT Union. lnsTallaTion oT oTTicers began club acTiviTies Tor The year and was Tol- lowed by an ATro-American sock hop and ATro Ball. and Black Heri- Tage Week. 7 Eff' I 6 1 ' il 1 l l . . X .iliiil i l l l IWW?-al' 3 '! T if SEA members are ll-rl Mrs. Hazel Morgan, sponsor: J. L. Sloan, chair- Klemme, Pam Griflifh, secrelaryg Pal Harp, Sharon Wilson, 'rreasurer man: Teresa Sloan. reporlerg Nelda Shepherd, sludenl sena'l'or: David Linda Webber, vice presidenl: Kalhy Grego, and Lois McKinney. si Above - Lois McKinney Talks wilh a child in a special educalion class al Wilburlon Public Schools where SEA members spenl an allernoon. Righ+ - Walching as a McAles+er Vo-Tech siudenl finishes a carcl are ll-rl Pam Griffifh. Nelda Shephercl, Teresa Sloan and Sharon Wilson. li 1 Sadie Hawkins Day, Dance Scheduled by SEA ConducTing many acTiviTies on campus is The STudenT EducaTion As- sociaTion lSEAl, sponsored by Mrs. Hazel Morgan. The purpose oT The club is To acquainT poTenTial educa- Tors wiTh The diTTerenT Techniques and meThods oT Teaching and To help Them boTh use and conTribuTe To The area oT educaTion. Member- ship is open To all sTudenTs who plan To be Teachers. SEA is responsible Tor elecTing The Teacher oT The MonTh and also sponsors The annual Sadie Hawkins Day and Dance. The club raised money during The pre-ChrisTmas season by selling candles. and used bulleTin board displays To alerT cam- pus on American EducaTion Week. Hi if . y W I 1 ,SNS by "-X 1x Above - Sharon Wilson shows a small sTudenT how To make a Tlower of hearTs. Lefl' - Serving punch aT The SEA ChrisT- mas parTy, Lois McKinney Talks wiTh Joe KnighT. Top - J. L. Sloan and Mrs. Hazel Morgan lisTen To commenTs oT sTaTe SEA ConsulTanT Edna Donley. 9 YD's Urge STudenTs To RegisTer and VoTe From campus poliTics on up To na- Tional poliTics, The Young DemocraTs , promoTe The inTeresTs oT The Demo- l .. - craTic ParTy. The club is sponsored by Paul Raunikar and Harrison Cope. my jd your Included in The acTiviTies oT The Oppmunlil 5"""""J' organizaTion were dances and Tund- SGW-Q raising proiecTs. Each year The club aTTends The sTaTe Young DemocraT H , ConvenTion in Oklahoma CiTy. Sev- eral sTud.enTs Trom laasTern's campus egister dull MJT? were lnviTed To a dinner in Oklaho- ma CiTy, given by LT. Gov. George ! l 1 yy , , Nigh Tor sTaTewide oTTicers oT The g Young DemocraTs. iii?" -it .i V. PosTers were made and displayed fi i T ' on campus by club members urging i N T T eligible sTudenTs To regisTer and l i i voTe. Displaying a posTer made by The Young Demo- craTs are Kay Rule and Joe Johnson. 'Im . ,hm ,, Ta PrenTice, presidenT, and STeve EllingTong lsecond row, l-rl Paul Ra Young DemocraT members include lfirsT row, l-rl Joe Johnson, liaison: liar. l'l6l'riSOI'I Cope. USG Barrleff. and Kennelh Risenhoover- Lou RiTa SaTTerTield, vice presidenTq Kay Rule. sTudenT senaforg MaryeT- i ' ' 'frvrr .. . .VT , i Bela Lambda members are seafed lrl Pam Griffifh Glenda Simp reporfer and Gay Dickerson: fsfanding, l-rl Minnie Walker, Nancy on freasurer Tawanna Crum secrelary Paula Sraples Ann Moore Shields parliamenfarian: Gary Spears, and Jeannie Trammell. lub Sponsors Compehhon for HS S+uden+s Phi Bela Lambda, open 'ro sl'u- den'rs who plan 'ro major in business, is an organizalion ro 'lurrher inleresl in business fields. Sponsors of The club are Roberi Bain and Minnie Walker. Each year The club holds a com- mercial conresf a+ Easiern in which high school sludenis from surround- ing schools compele in shorlhand and 'ryping and olher business relai- ed fields. The club also parlicipafes in a sralre con+es+. The club sponsored a speaker Tor an orienlaiion program lo creale in- +eres+ in The business fields. They en- ioyed a Fall weiner roasf and plan a picnic in The spring. Cornering Ann Moore fleffl, Pam Chafham frigh+l pays her for a can of 'rhe candy sold by Phi Bela Lambda. vi.-r ' 'lj :I Wlfwvx u T I ll X . 1. , x .. A , Church of Chris? Fellowship members are iseafed, l-ri Mrs. Leon Talley, ing. l-rl Leon Talley. Mark Tapley, Tom Collin, Ernie Danel, Brenda Austin, Kaihy Duncan. Connie Chism, Connie Walion, Thena Dwiggins. Larry Single-ron, Allen Hell, vice president Ron Goff, Marsha Hubbard, and Jane? Belles, secrefary-Treasurer: ls+and- Sieve Wafson, Don Garreif. president and Jim Hendrix. Communily Proiecls Par+ of Club Program Promoling sludenl inleresr in Chrisl and The daily sludy of lhe Bible is Jrhe main purpose oi The Church of Chrisi Fellowship Club. The ,clubiwelcomes college sludenls who have a genuine inleresi in 'rhe funclions of The club. Acliviiies include bolh religious and social evenls such as sludenl gospel meelings, relreais, devoiion- als. pariies and communily service proiecls. The club meels Twice week- ly for shorl sessions. Facully sponsor of lhe organiza- lion is Dale Belles, wilh T. Leon Tal- ley as sludenl direclor. Allen Hell looks for 'lhe fhrow and Mark Tapley prepares +0 bar as Rick Dawson races home. AThleTes Share FaiTh WiTh 0Thers in FCA RY,,:,.N .-glliftf, -'Xl' Q QD Z r""' Organized Tor all aThleTes and Tormer aThleTes wiTh a goal oT sharing Their TaiTh wiTh oThers, The Fellowship oT ChrisTian AThleTes lFCAl sTrengThens ChrisTian Tel- lowship among young men. Sponsored by Glen STone, purpose of The club is To con- TronT aThleTes and coaches, and Through Them The youTh oT The naTion, wiTh The chal- lenge and advenTure oT Tollowing Chrisf in The Tellowship oT The church and serving l-lim Through Their vocaTions. lncluded in The acTiviTies oT The organiza- Tion are organizaTional meeTings and hud- dle group rap sessions. Previously The club has sponsored a Bill Krisher program, an AThleTes in AcTion program, and They also aTTended The Oklahoma Conference FCA meeTing in Norman. Upcoming acTiviTies in- clude a Joe Wylie program, a spring FCA comference, and The Weekend oT Champi- ons aT BarTlesville. Charles Manson llefTl and Glen 6aTeley lrighTl exchange ideas wiTh AThleTes in AcTion members Nick Carollolcen- Ter lefTl and STeve Newman lcenTer righTl. members ,are IfirsT row, I-rl Lowery Holland, Lindell Smifh, Ron president STeve Channell. and Louis Pearl: Hhird row, I-rl David Lowe- Tommy Chambers. and Mike Nowakowskig fsecond row, I-rl ry, Leroy Lay, Dan Caram, ArThur Ezell. Charles Manson. president HooTs: Glen GaTeley, secreTary-Treasurer: STeve Hudson, vice and WalTer Lawrence. 12 4 N 3 . 4. 1. I: is -. mf' i , Rl A e , l ln f ,W . is., A . l, 51 i ' 4 V. ,1 Mu Alpha Thela members are Paul Jennings, vice president Eddie Slolces, president Ray Fuerlsch, sponsor: Lemuel Gulhery, and Jo Whi- senhunf, secrefary-Treasurer. Banquel Closes Oul' Mu Alpha The+a's Yea Receiving recognilion as a nalion- al honorary malh club. Mu Alpha Thela is designed lo produce a keener inleresl in malhemalics al The iunior college level. The club, sponsored by Ray Fuerlsch, is open 'ro anyone inleresled in malhemal- ics. Sludenls who have a "B" aver- age in malh and relaled subiecls re- ceive recognilion as nalional mem- bers. lvloney-making aclivilies of 'rhe club consisl of a rummage sale each spring. Crealing inleresl for Hs members, lhe club sponsors several picnics each year. Al' The end ol lhe second semesler, aclivilies are broughl' 'ro a close wilh a 'Formal banquet Paul Jennings worlcs wifh an air of concenlrafion lo solve a mafhemafical equalion. 'SEET' 0peraTes CiTizens Band, Ham Radio OperaTion oT a ciTizen's band and ham radio sTaTion is one oT The proi- ecTs oT The SocieTy oT ElecTrome chanical and ElecTronic Technicians lSEETl. The organizaTion is open To all elec:Tronics and elecTromechani- cal maiors and is sponsored by Henry Allen. Don GuThrie, and Mil- lar Tiger. The goal oT SEET is To pro- moTe inTeresT and undersTanding oT The ever-widening Tield oT elecTron- ics. Field Trips were made by The club To various elecTronics Tirms in Tulsa and Oklahoma CiTy. The club also visiTed Oklahoma STaTe UniversiTy. A display was seT up in The Library building To give viewers an idea oT whaT SEET does. Filled wiTh various kinds oi equipmenT is The SEET display case in The Library building. ' ' ' I ui g TQ , W --- ' If Y qv n' ,rx rs I U' Pill .-im , . ,, '5..,,if" I 1 Club members are fse-:Ted l rl Monroe Shaw Edward Williams Thrie sponsor George Loman. vice president Richard STanley, William PS VanLear and Lemuel 6uThrey presidenf S-landing I r Don Gu Fuller Treasurer PresTon Walker, secreTary: and Henry Allen, sponsor Club PromoTes lnTeresT in Indian CulTure EasTern's Indian Club, The Tribe of Many FeaThers. was organized To pro- moTe and sTimulaTe inTeresT in The lndi- an culTureq To worlc cooperaTively wiTh The STudenT SenaTe and TaculTy mem- bers To express The needs oT The club: and To help oThers learn oT Indian Trib- al hisTory. AcTiviTies oT The club included a raT- Tle Tor a blaclc lighT, an Indian supper and a dream daTe conTesT. Indian Club members do noT have To be Indians buT should be inTeresTed in The aims oT The club. Sponsors are Emery Spears and Miller Tiger. Mrs. Helen Reed presenTs an OIO YouTh Council Award To Phyllis Billy and James Frilze. fri? .1 g D if 1 is X K J 4 I St, I I if, mi., " J, ,M 5' Q ss ii. . ai Y I - i : 3,-gc-n41""'i X 3 I .45 Indian Club members are lseaTed, I-rl Reba Jefferson, Treasurer: Jay GGFY l'IUdQ9f"S- ROIDSFI Goodbeari John PlCkef'5- and EVTISFY Nelson, reporTer: KeiTh Raper, and Phyllis Billy, president lsTanding, I-rl SPONSOR Dale Barnhill. PaT On-The-Hill, Mindy CourTney, Vicki Nelson. secreTary: lim . K. ff, , 1 1 1.5 ' AL I T g'Qg, ,?Pje if ' 5.41. ,,jJi,i4f V--j -1 ii. 'iii' .ff Ji, I ii -I ,lvv-' U WTR . .- I 1. T: P, .X I 1' yrs I .W ,Qi lv-.N Y-.J Rodeo Club members are lTirsT row, l-rl Emery Spears. sponsor: Jo Davis, secreTary: Tawanna Crum. MargareT Malone, Paula STaples, Wanda Morgan, and Carla Lee: lsecond row, l-rl Bob Wilson, sTudenT senaTor: Vic Buchanan, Gene Slack, Glenda Raleigh, Toni Wilson, Dav- eTTe Newman, and Cheryl Youngblood: lThird row, l-rl James Thrasher, I-C g-0 0-0 Gary SeTTles, William Lee, Gary Crawley, presidenT: Harold Williams, Dale WeaTherTord, and Randy Langham: Hop row, I-rl Ronnie Crawley. Larry Turney, Gary Green, Bud Lewis, Treasurer: Fake MclnTyre, Bill l'lamilTon, and Mike Phillips. odeo JackeTs Purchased Tor Club Members f l J lu I 'Ur fl fl :GSE l Eg, 5 ,oF',,'l il Jxgw' , L., ,M ,iffrzwif ,iii :Els VL A i , Wg? f'F::1f.Q'l T :gin-'T if.: ..1:1.:':,, P-iris? 'iffy- fyisgs,-.y fp, Flin 1,-Sri-wi All T 'alll--?.' f f5fsgi1- few , -1 51,1-tr ' ,'?ai2.44:i: 1. E TW?-'.Ri' l ri?-yin -f xd'l2w, 'f' ' '. , Ll: :ff Enig- ragy of li. :im W' fi T Fla ima 511. ,gn ,ge law . ' girl 'if 3 , - ., 'ny ww ii 1 :PSY ' . 'T -M' gi ,.f,-1.15: 231 , ,N bfi-55? 1 -s me. 1, Flllfg T ' Wo' as Elf! l .sw-A, ' - pil, L-9 . . iw. - 1 -Hg. , -EET If 5111. QW 1 T 1 ' Tm ,+I 1' 'gf' ' ' T .T ian, Q- :i," ,L 'Jes la 1. 1. agua fr. El To supply inTormaTion To rodeo Tans on campus and To build up money Tor a scholarship Tund are goals oT The Rodeo Club, sponsored by Emery Spears. AcTiviTies oT The club during The year were a showdeo, a Trail ride, a spring rodeo, bullariding. and a dance. One oT The mosT imporTanT accom- plishmenTs was The purchasing oT rodeo iaclceTs Tor club members. The club enTered a TloaT in The homecom- ing parade and nominaTed boTh a Homecoming queen candidaTe and a calendar girl. The only qualiTicaTion Tor ioining The club is an inTeresT in The beTTermenT oT rodeo as a sporT. Carrying her saddle Through The dorm is rodeo club member Paula STaples. 7 Mesdemoiselles Sponsor Chrislmas Ball Mesdemoiselles, an all-girl organi- zalion wifh an aim of promoring ser- vice on Eas'rern's campus. is spon- sored by Mrs. Louise Soulhard and Roberl Bain. To qualify for The Mes- demoiselles, coeds musl be Tull 'rime sludenrs ar Easlern and mainrain a 2.5 grade average. Acrivilies of 'rhe club included serving al receplions and ushering al various evenls on campus. Each week 'rhe club served al' The Wilbur- ron Kiwanis Club meelings. ln The Fall The Mesdemoiselles served ar 'rhe Presidenfs Receprion and ush- ered borh al Candlelighling and The Fall produclion. The Club also spon- sored a Chrislmas Ball on a non- profil basis. Jeannie Trammell lleffl and Elaine Gulhrie lrighfl welcome former sludenfs as 'rhey regisfer during Homecoming fesriviries. wr' N ,Y HH, V, uxgnb- . . . president Jane Perryman. Darlene Jackson freasurer Nelda Shep Mesdemolselle riqembers are lseded' Ml Teresa Sloan' Elaine Guihrie' herd, secrefaryz Judy Parish. Ri+a Sivic: Arnela Lee hisrorian Linda Linda Harris, vice president Berry Grego, Jeannie Trammell, Pam . .b Jr Griffilh, sfudenr senaror. and Kay Rule: lsianding, l-rl Karhy Grego, Patterson' Barbara Brown' and Jamie Gil erik repor er BSU Parly Helps Sludenls G III TF: l .. 'ill' llvfgl el Acquainled Opening acrivilies ol 'fhe year wilh .a "Howdy Par+y," The Baplisl Sfudenl Union soughl 'ro help slu- denlrs To gel acquainled. An on- campus refreal, "A Time For Usf' a film, "The Losi Generalionf' a Hal- loween parly and a Chrislmas cele- bralion were o+her firsf semesler ac- Jriviries. Second semesier acliviiies in- cluded an affer-ballgame "Love-ln" for ValenJrine's Day and a sialewide BSU relreal al Fall's Creek Baplisl Assembly. Seeking To idenliliy wilh all slu- denls ihroughsponsored aclivilies, The BSU is direcled by ihe Rev. 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The Iv1ounTaineers Tinished second in The Oklahoma Junior CoIlegiaTe ConTerence and landed Three players - Charles Manson, Leroy Lay and Terry Duke - on The All-ConTerence Team. Manson made The TirsT Tive All-Region Il Team and was nomi- naTed Tor NJCAA All-America. Coach Don Brown, in his sevenTh year as head bas- keTball coach, was named "Coach oT The Year" by Tellow coaches in The Oklahoma-Arkansas Region Il oT The NaTionaI Junior CoIIegiaTe AThIeTic AssociaTion. Brown's ToTal win-loss record is I35-63 aTTer seven years aT EasTern. I Ivlanson led The Team in scoring I22.3l and re- bounding II2.3l Tollowed by Lay in scoring II6.9l and rebounding l9.7l. As a Team, The Iv1ounTaineers shoT 46.8 percenT Trom The Tield and 7I.7 percenT aT The line. OTTensively, EasTern averaged 84.8 poinTs per game compared To The 79.6 deTensive average. EasTern opened The season Nov. I5 wiTh an over- Time Thriller over Oklahoma CiTy SouThwesTern, I04- Above - Dave Lowery IEOI and Mike FosTer I24l Team up Tor a TasT break againsT The Claremore SparTans in The Jan. 20. IOI-7I, EasTern vicTory. Righi' - Thad SingIeTon moves The ball againsT PoTeau's James Chandler. IOI . The score was Tied 90 all aT The end oT regulaTion Time. In a scoring baTTIe beTween Charles Manson oT EasTern and Ted Lindsay oT O. C. SouThwesTern, Manson won as he connecTed Tor 44 poinTs. Lindsay was close wiTh 42. The IvIounTaineers ran Their record To 2-0 againsT WesTark by winning. IO0-78. EasTern received bal- anced scoring Trom Manson, Leroy Lay, Terry Duke and Thad SingIeTon wiTh 29, 22, I5, I5 poinTs respec- Tively. EasTern mainTained iTs perTecT record by handing Paris. Texas, a 69-58 loss aT Homecoming Nov. 20. EasTern held a narrow one-poinT lead aT The haIT, 3I- 30, beTore pulling away in The second haIT. Manson and Duke led EasTern wiTh 2I and II poinTs. 'EasTern suTTered iTs TirsT deTeaT oT The season Nov. 22. losing To Bacone, 9I-96. EasTern led Through mosT oT The game unTiI Bacone pulled ouT a hard ToughT vicTory in The Tinal minuTes. The IvIounTaineers had a cold nighT on The Tree Throw line as They shoT a poor 46 percenT. Manson. Mike FosTer and Walrer Law- rence Ied EasTern wiTh 30, I6, I5 poinTs respecTively. l97I-72 BASKETBALL RECORD 23 Wins. ll Losses EASTERN OPPONENT Oklahoma Cify Soulhwesiern College Weslark Communily College Paris, Texas Junior College Bacone Junior College DESERT CLASSIC. Douglas. Ariz. l3 gamesl Imperial Valley. California Cenrral Arizona Cochise Arizona Poleau Communily College ORU Freshmen Bacone College S+. Gregory's College GREEN COUNTRY FESTIVAL, Muskogee l2 gamesl ORU Freshmen Bacone College Seminole Junior College MIDWEST CLASSIC, Plalre. Neb. l3 gamesl Cloud Counly, Kansas Soulhwesfern lowa Plarfe, Nebraska Norrhern Oklahoma College Claremore Junior College Connors S'ral'e College Claremore Junior College Paris. Texas Junior College Murray S+a're College Seminole Junior College Oscar Rose Junior College Sf. Gregory's College Connors Srale College Norlhern Oklahoma College ORU Freshmen Oscar Rose Jr. College Murray Slafe College Poleau Communiry College NJCAA RE6lON ll TOURNAMENT. Tulsa 77 Pofeau Communify College Oklahoma Cily Soufhweslern College 95 l Lefl - Waller Lawrence looks 'lor Claude Pilrman ll ll +o ger lhe fasr break going againsl Paris in The 66-60 win al Paris. Top - Charles Manson shows he's noi' all offense by grabbing a rebound from ORU's 7-O David Vaughn as Richard Weslrlield breaks downcourl Feb. I6. Above - Claude Pilfman iefs pasl Tim Thursron of lhe ORU Freshmen in lhe Feb. I6 game al' Wilburlon. MounTaineers Win Green CounTry FesTival The MounTaineers' Thanksgiving holiday To Arizona Turned ouT To be disappoinTing as They IosT Two oT Three games. EasTern looked like iT may be on The way To The championship by beaTing Imperial Valley, Cali- Tornia, III-88. Manson and SingIeTon led EasTern wiTh 29 and 28 poinTs. CenTral Arizona handed EasTern iTs TirsT deTeaT oT The DeserT Classic, 9I-84. Ivlanson and Claude PiTT- man led EasTern wiTh 23 and I8 each. Cochise, The hosT Team, handed The IvlounTaineers Their second loss, 97-96, on a IasT-second shoT. Ivlan- son was named To The all-TournamenT Team. EasTern goT back on The winning side by beaTing PoTeau. 89-83, on SingleTon"s game high 25 poinTs, buT only enioyed iT 24 hours as Oral RoberTs Trosh handed Them a 99-89 loss Dec. 3. The IvlounTaineers avenged an earlier loss To Ba- cone Dec. 4 by handily deTeaTing Them 93-75. PITT- man led a balanced scoring aTTack wiTh 20 poinTs. EasTern iourneyed To Shawnee Dec. 9 To Take on ST, Gregory's and came home wiTh a IOO-80 verdicT. Manson led all scorers wiTh 42 poinTs. EasTern capTured TirsT place in The Green CounTy FesTiyal in Muskogee Dec. IO-II by beaTing Oral RoberTs Frosh. 79-76, on a shoT by Lay, and, Bacone, 82-75. Lay was voTed The TournamenT "IvlosT Valuable Player" while Manson and PiTTman made The all-Tour- namenT Team. NaTionaIly ranked Seminole handed EasTern iTs TiTTh loss oT The seasoin Dec. I3, beaTing The Ivloun- Taineers, 92-70. aT EasTern. EasTern iourneyed To Columbus, Neb. Dec. I6-I8 To Take parT in The IVIidwesT Classic TournamenT. EasT- ern deTeaTed Cloud CounTy, Kan., 88-78, SouThwesT- ern Iowa, 8l-78, buT losT To hosT PIaTTe, 80-85, in The Tinals wiThouT The service OT The leading scorer Ivlan- son who over-exerTed a knee againsT Iowa. U sig, LeTT - Taking iT To The hoop. All-America Nominee Charles Tuels a rally againsT The Oral RoberTs Freshmen Feb. I6. Above Region Il TournamenT acTion. Leroy Lay comes down wiTh The againsT PoTeau's RoberT McClure. Top RighT - Terry Duke scores spiTe The eTTorTs of SeminoIe's James King. K .a 1,2 I97l-72 INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL .STATISTICS Games Field Field Free Free Name Played Goals Goals Throws Throws 7 T9f"I Average Fouls Rebounds Made AH'p1'. 2, M059 AI'IPI" 0 Pomk Charles Manson 32 29I 529 55 132 167 78 714 22,3 394 Lefvv I-dv 34 239 487 49 96 165 es 574 16.9 320 Terry Duke 34 159 330 48 46 89 51 31,4 10,7 274 Walfer Lawrence 34 I52 353 48 66 I I3 59 370 IO.8 209 Cioude Pifiman 34 130 284 47 63 87 76 323 9,5 72 Mike Fosfer 33 I27 257 49 89 I37 65 343 l0.4 224 Thad SingIe'ron I7 50 I2l 40 27 34 79 127 7,5 35 Sfeve Hudson 5 9 23 42 4 4 100 22 4,4 5 Richard Wesifield 8 4 I6 25 3 8 38 1 l 1,4 4 Ari EzeII 4 3 20 I5 0 0 0 5 1,5 6 David Lowery I6 5 30 I7 6 9 67 I6 1,0 12 Ron Simms 3 O 9 0 I 3 33 I 0,3 1 Junior Glenn I 2 6 33 0 2 0 4 4,0 2 Larry Duran? 9 2 6 33 5 10 50 9 1,0 3 Team Tofais 34 I I74 2465 46.8 536 BIO 7l .4 2884 84.8 I593 ,11. ,,,11 . 1 "1"'1J1 1I 1 -1 m S'ra+e's Mounfaineers are Irow I, I-r16-3 Soph. Walfer Lawrence, OkmuIgee: 6-3 Fr. Arf EzeII, Tulsa: 6-I Fr. Thad Singlefon, Chariesron, S.C.. id nor refurn 2nd semesferg 5-I0 Soph. Claude PiHman, Chicago, III.: 6-2 Soph. David Lowery, Midwesr Cifyz 6-3 Soph. Sieve Hudson, Coal- Isfanding, I-rl Coach Don Brown 1136-63 record In seven years af EasI'ernI: 6-4 Soph. Ronnie Simms, Del Ciryg 6-4 Fr. Mike Fosrer. Norman: 6-6 Charles Manson, Franklinfon, N.C.: 6-8 Soph. Leroy Lay. Chicago, III: 6-6 Soph. Terry Duke, Eufaulag 6-5 Fr. Larry Duranf. Wilburfong 6-4 Fr. Glenn, Panola. and RonaIcI Ross. freshman manager from Sapulpa. Nor picrured is 5-I0 Fr. Richard WesffieId, Hugo, who ioined The 'ream in I3 6 EasTern U pseTs No. EasTern opened up ConTerence play Jan. I3 by de- TeaTing NorThern, 83-77, aT Tonkawa. The win puT EasTern I-O in The Comcerence and I2-6 Tor The sea- son. The IvlounTaineers sTopped Claremore Junior Col- lege Jan. I4, 8I-75, aT Claremore and Then meT sur- prising Connors Jan. I7 aT EasTern, and The Moun- Taineers dropped Connors, 86-85, in overTime To Take The ConTerence lead 2-O. EasTern rushed pasT Claremore Jan. 20, IOI-7I, aT WilburTon. Manson, Lawrence, and Lay led The IvlounTaineers wiTh 24. 22, and I9 poinTs. 'The MounTaineers ouTlasTed Paris Jan. 22, 66-60, on The road To win iTs TiTTh sTraighT game. Lay and Lawrence led EasTern wiTh 22 and I5 poinTs. EasTern kepT iTs TiTle hopes alive Jan. 24 by deTeaT- ing Murray, 58-48, aT EasTern. The win gave EasTern a 3-O ConTerence record and I7-6 overall. One oT The mosT impressive wins oT The season came Jan. 29 as The IvIIounTaineers upseT naTionaIIy ranked Seminole, IO7-IO5, in double overTime aT Seminole. Guard Lawrence led all scorers wiTh 34 poinTs Tollowed closely by Lay's 33. Seminole Tinished The regular season ranked No. 6 naTionally. EasTern won iTs eighTh sTraighT game Jan. 3l by Lef'l'-- Surrounded by Troians. Leroy Lay holds on To The ball aqainsl' Seminole in The Dec. I3 loss aT home. Above - Claude PiTTrnan and Coach Don Brown geT acquainTed during a TimeouT. 6 Seminole, IO7- I 05 beaTing Oscar Rose, 79-57, aT EasTern. ST. Gregory's came To Town Feb. 3 only To leave a 70-8l loser. Manson led EasTern with 28 poinTs. EasTern's nine-game winning sTreak came To an end Feb. 7 aT Warner as The Cowboys beaT EasTern, 84- 76, and boTh Teams leTT Tied Tor The conTerence lead wiTh 3-I records. The lvlounTaineers Tell To second place in The Con- Terence Feb. IO as The NorThern Mavericks upseT Them, 64-62. Manson led EasTern wiTh I8 poinTs. EasTern suTTered iTs Third consecuTive loss Feb. I6 as The Oral RoberTs Frosh handled The IvIounTaineers, 86-83. EasTern Trailed, 4I-48, aT The haIT buT caughT Tire in The second halT only To Tall shorT To The TiTans. PiTTman led EasTern wiTh 20 poinTs. Manson and Lay Tollowed wiTh I8 and I2 poinTs. Oral RoberTs was led by VincenT Banks wiTh 36. The lv1ounTaineers goT back on The winning side Feb. I9 by deTeaTing Oscar Rose, 74-57, aT IvIidwesT CiTy. The Iv1ounTaineers lumped To a quick lead and had a commanding 48-24 lead aT The halT. Oscar Rose puT on a quick comeback only To have The IvIounTaineers pull ahead To sTay. Lay led EasTern wiTh 22 in The TirsT haIT and 4 in The second. I-le was Tol- lowed by FosTer wiTh I9. If ' ' 1 : .2 1 it ,e 'Jw Lx: - ll, E1 ..--.sv .JP "J 754, 'Ls' QL ' ,J ,:f'v . -?.,,. F in 1. ' .f' . . Q' ' J : - , ,,, 1 -,.7 Y, . ,m. 1 2.-r I ? v 4 P ,., 9 Lal- '- ", will J. 1 1, ' , df? .. e. gf ,lf -ii - -1 .0 fb-5,0 dk XV f Wh, Q- W. 'L - 11 - .f-' ZY -Xa, - - - .-.1.:'. 1.--13 0 -. : - . Q'-if-..1J1?l1fA-i-:img 1 ,M .... - F ,-A. Nr. 1 fi-i 115, -U1 .,- 1 ,, .,,.,,-,-.-. -:. u,Y .. g. 3 -f.,,1ff.H-,, ggy,25?a9?J-.. .1 . ,J , W , ' Nw ,LIQ-QS-'L 'QJIL' li 511' - , T11 Y , '11, z-' -I 1-C -55-2' W , .'l f wgfdyg-1.-f+:."Hx V- A 11 ' .1-Lg, my I, gil- -3 is-' : . ,,,, AN .Tv Q, .5 .-,-...Ni f--. - y" i i f 1 "af ,.V-w-.,! ' "Irv,-7,1 . ,-4, 'f ' 051627, " H-14 I . A r 1, J i r 'A .. . ,JE Pg. .4.,'-.11 5 . 1-vi-2--..,,4 ,,..,, ' ,-fz W 'I A 4 x AN 4 A fs A' . " T' ' L' : . 1' , DQ fd ' 3 1 GQ 0 w 1 E nz, VJ,-' f,! Q V-wa HL M4 'V Y Y... 'xl x . X Y? K :. LV , V Y-- V, 5 I I A .K I :fa-Q' .,., ' 1 .,J.,, 1,14 VS. 1' I' 'R E59 +4 EasTern Wins, Loses EasTern capTured second place in The ConTerence Feb. 2l by beaTing Murray, 76-62, aT Tishomingo. The lvlounTaineers had a comTorTable. 4I-28, lead aT halTTime and coasTed on To vicTory despiTe The loss oT Three sTarTers on Touls. All-America CandidaTe Man- son led EasTern wiTh 34 poinTs. FosTer and Lawrence Tollowed wifh Il each. g EasTern closed ouT The regular season on a sour noTe Feb. 24 as The PoTeau Trojans upseT The Moun- Taineers, IO2-97, aT PoTeau, The MounTaineers never could geT The lead as The Trojans led ThroughouT The game. PoTeau led 55-52 aT The half. Charles Manson led EasTern wi+h 33 poinTs. Lawrence, Duke, and Lay Tollowed wiTh I8, I7 and l3 poinTs. The lv1ounTaineers deTeaTed PoTeau, 83-77, Feb. 29, in The TirsT round oT The NaTional Junior College AThleTic AssociaTion Region ll TournamenT Feb. 28- , -TU Top - Charles Manson sTarTs To Tire a pass as Terry Duke moves downcourT in The 85-95 loss in The Region ll TournamenT againsT Oklahoma CiTy SouThwesTern March 2 To close The year. Righi' - CenTer Leroy Lay sTreTches ouT his 6-8 Trame as he prepares To score during The 89-83 win over PoTeau aT WilburTon Dec. 2 as Terry Duke waTches. in Region ll AcTion March 4 in The ORU Fieldhouse aT Tulsa. EasTern iumped ouT To a quick 29-I5 lead buT only led 45-40 aT halTTime. The game was very close in The second halT, buT The-lvlounTaineers never gave up The lead on The shooTing oT guard Lawrence, and Duke. Lawrence and Duke led EasTern wiTh 2l and I7 poinTs respec- Tively. EasTern was ousTed in The quarTerTinaIs oT The Re- gional TournamenT lvlarch 2 by O. C. SouThwesTern, 95-85. EasTern led The Eagles aT halTTime. 45-43, buT couldn'T hold oTT The hoT-shooTing Eagles, as Three EasTern regulars Touled ouT. Manson led EasTern wiTh 23 poinTs beTore Touling ouT. He was Tollowed by Lay, Lawrence and Duke wiTh I8, I4 and I4. The Region ll TournamenT loss closed The season aT 23-I I Tor The lvlounTaineers. X 0 ,All 2 +7 LX! .WB ff PT. -'T ' f' 1 ?':'T?Q '1- 4 8.4 . Runners RepeaT as Cross CounTry Champs EasTern STaTe's Cross CounTry Track Team opened iTs season SepT. 25 by posTing a sevenTh place Tinish in The WichiTa STaTe lnviTaTional. The lvlounTaineers made Their TirsT home appear- ance OCT. I6 in a rain soaked meeT by deTeaTing ST. Gregory's. EasTern won The Region ll meeT Nov. 6 by capTur- ing The TirsT Tive places and eighf oT The TirsT Ten. Heading The lisT was Don Lindsley who holds The rec- ord in The Tour mile run. Following Lindsley were Tommy Chambers, Louis Pearl, DwighT Pankey and Tony Buchanan. The lv1ounTaineers Tinished I9 ouT oT a Tield oT 33 in The NaTionals aT Danville, lll. Nov. I3. Lindsley, who Tinished 65Th ouT oT 263 runners, again Turned in The besT Time l2l :O6l Tor EasTern, Tollowed by Pearl, Bu- chanan, Chambers, Pankey. Channell and l-looTs. Coach Glen STone's lv1ounTaineers Tinished Third aT The Allen CounTy lnviTaTional aT lola, Kansas, The Oklahoma ChrisTian College lnviTaTional, and The STaTe FederaTion aT STillwaTer. The harriers Then wenT on To The BuTler CounTy lnviTaTional where Lindsley broke The old school record oT 2l:O2 by running The hilly course in 20:40. 40 Runners Earn No. Winning The mile relay in 3:I2.4O - The TasTesT Time in The naTion in l97l - EasTern STaTe's runners finished sixTh in The I'-77l NJCAA Track and Field championships aT Mesa, Ariz. in May I97I To prove ThaT The No. IO Tinish lasT spring was noT luck. Phil STepp, who anchored The mile relay, seT a meeT record in The 440 wiTh a Time oT 46:9.8. Running on The mile relay Team wiTh STepp were Lindell SmiTh, Louis Pearl and Jim Herndon, who also picked up Third place in The 440 lnTermediaTe Hurdles. EasTern's 44O relay Team oT Chris lvliller. L. SmiTh, Gary Eudy and STepp Tinished second in 40.9 behind Odessa's record-seT- Ting 40.6. As iT was, Coach Glen STone's runners scored 34 poinTs, iusT I3 away Trom TirsT place and IO poinTs ahead oT The nexT con- Tender. STone's Track and Tield squad also posTed conTerence and Region Il championships. Individuals receiving special menTion in Spring l97I include STepp, chosen The ouT- sTanding aThleTe aT The Arkansas Relays loe- Tore Tinishing TirsT in The naTional meeT and being named All-American. All-American honors also wenT To STepp's 6 Finish aT NaTional MeeT Above - SeTTing a new sTaTe inTermediaTe hurdles record is Jim Herndon aT The Regional meeT in Ada. Below - Region ll Champi- ons include lkneeling, l-rl Coach Glen STone, Chris Miller, Gary Eudy, Leon PresTon, and Louis Pearl: lsTanding, l-rl Dan Cararn, Earl leammales on -lille mlle relay 1 l-lern' Turley. Jim Herndon, Phil STepp and Lindell SmiTh. don, Lindell SmiTh and Louis Pearl. . vw, sf 4 5 is A , J 5 1' Ll.l':'f-1-46 ..,-. .. , I OUTDOOR RECORDS IOO Dash Sfepp Lindell Smilh 220 Ya. Dash Phil Sfepp 440 Yd. Dash Phil Sfgpp lNa'rionaI JUCO Meei Recordl 330 YCI- Run Louis Pearl Mile RI-In John Rocha 2 Mile Run John Rocha I20 H. Hurdles 440 Infer. Hurdles Jim Herndon Jim Herndon High Jump Tommy Colberl Long Jump Tommy Colberl Triple Jump Tommy Colbert Pole Val-III Mike Nowakowslci Discus Leslie Hamilron Shof Pui Rob Perryman Javelin Gerry McCIendon 440 Relay Chris Miller. Gary Eudy. Lindell Smifh. Phil Siepp Mile Relay Lindell Smiih 48.6 Sprinf Medley l I. Louis Pearl l48.5l. Jim Herndon l48.3l, Phil Siepp l47.0l. P1111 S+epp 12211. Carlfon Green l22.4l. Jim Herndon l49.5l. 411-, yt 1 1 9.6 9.6 2 I .4 46:9.8 I:55.2 4:22.6 9:46.I I4.4 53.0 6- 4 23- 0 4540 I2- 0 l3I- 8 42- I I86-I I 40.9 Nafional 3:I2.4 3 :29.8 EASTERN'S RECORDS Cham I97I l97l l97I 1971 I97I I969 I969 I97l I970 I97O I970 l970 I97l I97O I969 I'-770 I97I pions I97I I97O B80 Relay 2 Mile Relay Disiance Medley 60 Yd. Dash 60 Yd. High Hurdles 300 Yd. Dash Long Jump High Jump Mile Run 8-Lap Relay Mile Relay I Leon Presfon ll :55.8l ii , L 1. Chris Miller, Lindell Smifh I:27.3 I97I Gary Eudy. Phil Slepp Leon Presion lI:55.8l. Dwighi' Panlcey lI:59.6l Don Lindsley l2:O0.4l. Louis 7g49,2 1971 Pearl ll :53.4l Louis Pearl ll :57.5l, Dan Caram l5O.3l. Dwighi Panlcey l3:I5.6l, Leon I0:38.2 I97l Presfon l4:34.8l INDOOR RECORDS Phil Siepp 6.3 I97I Jim Herndon 7.7 I970 Phil Siepp 32.0 I97I Tommy Colberi 22-5 I97O Jim Buffinglon 6-0 l97I John Rocha 436.4 I97O Chris Miller. Phil Sfepp, Lindell Smilh. 2:35.6 I97I Gary Eudy L. Smiih l49.Il, Louis Pearl i'ISI'l'1ClOD Naldl Record I48-7I. Sfepp I47-'+I 3113.8 I97I Leff - Jumping up and over 'ro win ihird place in The high lump is Jim Bufiingfon. Above Lefi - Throwing Ihe shof is Sian Kei- chum, +I'1ird place winner in Ihe shoipui ai 'Ihe Regional meer. Above Cen'I'er - Taking a huge leap is Chris Miller as he places second in I'he broad iump. Above Righ'I' -- Phil Slepp. OIcIahorna's lop iunior college sprinf- er. anchors 'rhe 440 relay I'eam 'ro iirsl' place. I Baseball Team's 25-4 Record No. I in NaTion Big news in The EasTern STaTe baseball camp in The' spring oT I97I was The No. I ranking Ibased on win-loss percenTagesI given The IvIounTaineers by The NaTionaI Junior College AThIeTic AssociaTion Base- ball STaTisTics Bureau, Miami, Fla. on boTh The early lvlay and Tinal polls. EasTern closed ouT The season wiTh The No. I ranking, Thanks To The 25-4 record, a Third sTraighT comcerence championship, a NJCAA pIayoTT TournamenT championship wiTh Tour sTraighT wins and a Trip To The na- Tional-qualiTying TournamenT where EasTern won one and losT Two. Coach Don Brown's hiTTers averaged .330 Tor 4Th besT in The'naTion. John Rex, Jim Page and Joe Shaddix received. individual aTTenTion Tor 369, .354 and .35I averages. Rick Evans was I7Th in pirching wiTh an ERA oT I.20 and a 7-I record and Tom Widmar was 24Th wiTh an ERA oT I.40 and a 7-I rec- ord. I I I I I I 142 Upper RighT - Giving a disgusTed look is The Connors' piTcher as John Rex rushes home aTTer hiTTing a Three-run homer. Above - Looking back To see how Tar The ball was hit is Jim Page as he scores on John Rex's home run. BASEBALL STATISTICS - I97I Games AB H Gary Walden 29 Bb 30 Jim Page 29 99 35 Glen Gafeley 29 69 20 .los Shaddix 29 74 26 John Rex 29 84 3I Bob Bremlefi 29 74 24- Bill Brooks 24 54 I6 Sfan Guffey 20 43 I4 Alan Terry 22 39 I6 Jim Webster I0 I I 2 AI Siilel 7 I3 7 Tom Widmar E I8 4 Rick Evans 8 I9 5 Larry Hall fs I4 3 Chesfer Suifon 5 8 I Kenn Peters 4 6 3 Sieve Logan 2 2 O Tofals 29 7I8 237 PITCHING Wins Riclz Evans 7 Tom Widmar 7 Larry Hall 4 ChesTer SuTIon 3 Kenn Peiers 3 John Rex I I97I ALL CONFERENCE Jim Page. Hardesfy Sophomore Ouifielder Joe Shaddix. Midwesl CiTy Freshman CaTcI1er John Rex. McCurTain Sophomore Firsf Baseman Gary Walden. Wisfer Sophomore Ouffielder Bob BramIeH, Ardmore Freshmen UTiIiTy Player Riel: Evans. Cushing Sophomore Pifcher Torn Widmar. Tulsa Edison Sophomore Pifcher HR RBI SB Avg. 3 28 5 36 I 6 3 20 b 2l 0 8 0 I0 2 I3 I I5 0 0 I 3 0 4 2 5 0 2 0 O 0 2 0 O 24 I73 Losses IP I 5225 I -:wa I am I 3476 0 23213 0 2271 I97I ALL-REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM Isl' Team: John Rex: 2nd Team: Jim Page. Tom Widrnar and Glen Gefeley. Mid er. I6 .349 0 .3 54 0 .290 5 .35 I 2 .369 4 .323 0 .296 0 .291 0 .4 I 0 0 . I B I 2 .538 0 .222 0 .263 0 .214 0 .I 25 0 .500 0 .000 29 .330 SO ERA . 53 I .20 47 I .42 26 3.8 I 2.27 I .2 I 2 0.00 west City Infield- ' ,Q . fn , gr K y nl. 1 - : Lx- Ng' a be , 1 Q it 1,35 -1.--, W v il"pAl'Nnll"' W' r ?mlgfLf'lyQff0 1 .Q f? Es ii' . 'ii ,f 'o- y Q 'H U- bb s-- I. ,NM ,. ., - V A V . 5, ,Ag Y ,-.Ask 'A ..-- M F, 4 Vu h',:',1'174v,f., . ,4v.-j,i:5.z,,'..L - J., . V- -.,, .,. .,i,, ' L., 4-,L.. . f No. I baseball feam in Hwe Nalion includes lfronl, l-rl Jim Websler, Al Siflel. Bill Brooks, Larry Hall, Bobby Bramlelr, Gary Walden. Sfan Guffey, Joe Slnaddix ancl Allen Terry. lback, l-rl Coach Don Brown, Sieve Logan, Kenn Pelers. Kevin McMillen, Jim Page, Tom Widmar, Clwesler SuHon. Glen Safely, John Rex and Rick Evans. Le'F+ - Scoring againsl Norlhern is Al SiHel as he makes if home wi+l1 lime fo spare. Above - Joe Shaddix is called our on a close play af firsf base in a game againsf Connors. A ns-gt. I . ' '.""'-fr e.h-- .,., -r..,, ., L .- .,,-QT., 3, 'W lv ,I , v.-. . .4 nj"-"I-t. ax. .IL ,xl .. 1 i i 'I44 '-.,,.- n " . .V Arif' "Q, .1 ,a 1 .f -..,...-,.,- Above - Calcher Dick Brown hunls for The ball Tha? 'Falls iusl' behind him, as The Po+eau runner reaches home, and Glen Gareley walches in despair. Above Righi' - Dave Lowery reaches Firsl base on a wide 'rhrow by Connors. Right - Joe Shaddix grimaces as he goes lo his knees in an efforf To fag a Becone player. Below- Mark Wilson wafch- es as a Paris runner scores af+er colliding wilh Pilcher Sreve Logan who covers home. l .,, - -, Q-4 . " , . W ,i 1 v '91 Y-gg if: 491. .-.SJ L i 'lllffifl P I 'diff' 1. ju ,Z 1. ,ik 41- .- -. if+i"' 'I fr J' we-1-li -, 'ff - .1.,."1f 'z Y' My ni-J X X, A A, '.P....Q,'ii ' E' 'X' xx-YNY i r X. '-" f' 5:-1 u. T f-.NI 'ui . X x . SXXN -V -, -Axk,.'.q?sg . il ' N ' 3f"'....-.-, fr' - l . " : K V ' -' --' ' 'A ' 'Q l' lr-'f1:Z.,v2L"xQ . 'N ' " ' ' '.' , J- , " Y ' rWf'.'53I,'4--. ,, ., ' '- ,w5,!:y',g---- 5 .. 4 .ze -hi..- .- -'I " ' ff:-' 1- P f ' ' " ' 15- " ' ' ".'Li-'- , , 1 '-fix, '1' ""f'.'fri":1"e ' ' f'. . , ' 'JW' Jake? 5 -rf . , , - .MRF . L., I. . 1 . ,.,,.f,,- . T. , ...fa t Q. 4 L ,4l,',e:,5ii'.j1'S,,:,. Q... Above - George DeerinwaTer moves saTely inTo Third againsT Paris. Top - Coach Don Brown waTches his Tall baseball Team ThaT ended The season wiTh a Team baT- Ting average oT .302. 2'5- J r , . -'I A. AI SiTTeI Bill Brooks Rick Prenfice Joe Shaddix Sfen Guffey Glen Garely Jim York Dave Tovar Dave Lowery Fred Harris James Masoner Gary Myers Gary HeweTI' George Deerinwafer Mark Wilson Dick Brown Joe Burgess Ron Simms Ken Burr Sfeva Logan Chuck Forresfer Tofals Jim York Joe Burgess Fred Harris Dave LOWBFY Ken Burr Rcnn Simms Chuck Forrester Steve Logan Fall Baseball Team IPosTs I4-8-I Record EasTern coIIecTed I6I singles in The I97I Tall base- ball campaign buT couIdn'T puT Them TogeTher as The IvIounTaineers Tinished wiTh a I4-8-I season. Coach Don Brown's MounTaineers had nine-'players hiTTing over .300. AI SiTTeI led The brigade wiTh a .377 average, Tollowed by Bill Brooks wiTh a .367 average, Gary I"IeweTT wiTh a .357 average in The I4 Times aT baT, and Joe Shaddix wirh a .35I average. Jim York, who Tinished 3-O, piTched The only no hir shuTouT oT The season againsT Claremore Junior Col- lege as he posTed a I.67 ERA. Ken Burr oT Jenks led The piTchers wiTh a I.2O ERA. EasTern sTarTed The campaign by losing a Iwinbill To Paris I I-I, and I I-3, and came back and won eighr in a row beTore losing To Murray 4-2. The IvIounTain- eers came back and won Tour and IosT Three To Tinish I4-8-I. The Tie came in The Bacone TournamenT againsT ORU. The game was called aTTer eigh+ in- nings due To a Two hour rule. I97I FALL BASEBALL STATISTICS ' AB R I-I E 28 3B I-IR sa SAC HP B8 so RBI AUG 53 2I 20 3 2 0 I 6 3 0 24 4 9 .377 49 I7 I8 2 2 0 0 5 2 0 I7 2 7 .367 49 I I I7 0 6 I I 3 2 0 4 7. I3 ,346 37 9 I3 2 I I 0 0 2 I 5 4 7 .3SI 38 2 I3 2 3 0 I 0 I 0 5 6 B .342 42 8 I3 5 4 0 I I I 0 3 9 5 .309 37 6 9 0 O 0 I 0 I 0 8 B 9 .243 29 5 8 4 3 0 0 O I I b 6 2 .276 9 2 3 0 0 0 0 I I 0 0 2 0 .333 9 I 3 0 I 0 0 O 0 O O 2 0 .333 38 4 8 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 5 I I 9 .2 I0 22 7 6 6 0 0 I 0 0 0 7 I I 6 .273 I4 2 5 I O 0 0 I 2 0 I 2 2 .357 2l 2 4 0 O I 0 0 3 0 I I I .I90 38 3 IO O I 0 I 2 3 0 8 7 I .322 20 4 6 I 0 0 0 I I D 4 I I .300 I0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 4 2 0 .300 3 0 O O O 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 .000 9 O I 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 I 4 0 .I I I 5 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 .200 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 533 I06 Ibl 26 24 3 B 20 27 ZI03 92 80 .302 PITCHIN6 STATISTICS W L-T IP R ER H so HB ERA- 3 0.0 I 2 4 2 6 I 3 I I .67 3 3-o 2 I IS s 2 I 42 2 3.8 I 3 2-0 24 I2 s zz I 5 o 2.50 2 I - I 30 I I b 22 30 0 2.00 2 2-0 25 I I 3 22 is o I .20 I 0'0 6 I I 5 2 o I .sv 0 0-0 s 7 5 a 7 or .Iooo 0 0-0 I0 I2 4 9 4 o 4.oo 'Nafural Soul' Wins Flagball Championship Top - Wayne Gordon is a hard man fo cafch in flag foof- ball affer he infercepfs for 'Nafural Soul' in fhe champion- ship playoffs againsf 'Brand X.' Above - Dave Moore of 'Brand X' cocks his arm during a drive as Frederick Monf- gomery of 'Nafural Soul' moves up on fhe defensive in fhe playoff series. Righf - Bobby Sfewarf fries fo elude J. R. Cupp during fhe regular season Mawlers-Undecided game. 46 1 "' ...V my , "Nafural Soul" capfured fhe ln- framural Flag Foofball championship Nov. 8 by beafing Brand X, I3-7, in fhe rubber game of playoff series. "Undecided" finished fhe regular season in firsf place wifh an 8-O-2 record and "Fire lil" was No. 2 af 8-2-O. "Nafural Soul" and "Brand X" fied for fhird wifh 7-2-I records and eliminafed fhe fop fwo feams in fhe playoffs before meefing in The championship finals. "Nafural Soul" won fhe firsf game. I8-6, buf "Brand X" came back and won second game, IZ- O. Affer frailing, 7-6. af halffime, "Nafural Soul" scored on a pass from Lindell'Smifh fo Richie Wesf- fieldf yi NN . . Q. g . . , J.. ' ,, -. f .,.i :' fi 'i '41 ' ,i '1 Q11 ', Ewa i . ' Q ' 'T -. . . 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W. 1- ,-.ni . ,L+-iff 1-1' .4-'fEF!4s ,nl-'V V ."..'v'F W-,.4.r , Top- The 'Na1'uralSoul' I97I lnframural Flag Foorball Champions are lfronf, I-rl Kennelh Alcins. Cornell Mason, Richard Weslfielcl, Ronald Ross. Troy Banlcs, Frederick Monfgomeryg ls'l'anding, l-rl Lindell Smifh. Ronnie Glover. Leon Rucker, Reuben Boxley, Vance Roland. Wayne Gordon and William Speed. Lefl - Ronnie McGee picks off a pass during 'rhe regular season Deacon's 9 vs. Mawlers game as Referee Jim Bradshaw keeps his eye on him. Above - Flagloall almosf becomes bal- lef-lilce af 'rimes as players collide In pursuif of The pass. bf' "4 i j "'-' Tl X,f 48 Top Lefi - Reuben Boxley, of +he 'Naiural Soul. looks for help as Mike Thompson of 'Brand X' guards him. Top Righi' - Dave+'re Newman of ihe 'Skinny Dippers' gains conirol of 'lhe ball againsl Sue Simmons of 'rhe 'Wrangler Janes.' Righf - There is plenfy of aclion as Paul McGee of 'The Bucks' galhers in a rebound againsl Dale Dunham of 'lhe 'l'lo'rsho+s.' Above - The 'Big C,' runners-up in rhe lnlramural Baske+ball Championship Playoffs. include lkneeling, l-rl David Cagle. Hervil Wolfe and Freddy Rhodes: lsianding, l-rl Kei+h Perkins, Marion Houser, Blane Morion. Terry Fry and Charles Free- man. 'HoT ShoTs' Win Pre-Season TournamenT The "l'IoTshoTs," led by The shooT- ing of Fred I-larris and The rebound- ing oT Dell Dunham, nabbed The champion'shi:piTrophy in The Nov. I6 I - Dec. 2 In+ramuraI BaskeTbaIl 'I'ournamenT. The "I-loTshoTs" sTopped "NaTural Soul," 67-57, and "Brand X" deTeaT- ed The "Super Spoon." 38-37, in serniTinal games. In The Tinals, The "I-IoTshoTs" deTeaTed "Brand X," 57-4I, To win The I9-Team single eIiminaTion TournamenT. All I9 Teams were enTered in The regular league play which sTarTed Jan. I8 and closed March 2. Surprisingly, none oT The Tour Teams I"I'IoTshoTs," "Brand X," "Super Spoons" or "NaTuraI SouI"I managed To geT in The Tour-Team pIayoTTs oT The regular league play. . L Above - KaTI1y PraTer and BeTTy CovingTon of The 'Skinny Dippers' aTTempT To guard Jo Davis of The 'Wrangle Janes' during coed bas- kefball play. Lef'I' - I'I"s noT a war dance. iT's iusT Terry Fry's way oT geTTing a rebound in inTramural baskeTbalI acTion. Below - InTramuA ral baskeTbaII champs. 'Ten Years ATTer,' include Ikneeling, I-rl Joe Shaddix, STan Gufliey and Mike Brooks: IsTanding, I-rl Mark Ambler, Glen Gafeley, Floyd ATor, Dan Caram and Sfan KeTchum. df f- -D Ci., X 'gf xx l ,X Si I I' I 'Ten Years ATTer' CapTures BaskeTball Ti+Ie "Ten Years ATTer" and The "Wrangler Janes" cap- Tured The men and women inrramural baske+baII crowns. "Ten Years ATTer" Tinished second in The Blue Divi- sion in TheiTinal season sTandings buT won The Tour- Team playoTTs Tor The overall TiTle. The"'WrangIer Janes" lwhich earlier won The Speed Ball and Flag I3ooTbalI TiTlesI Tinished wiTh a 5-I record Tor The Top spoT in The Three-Team coed bas- ke+balI league. In The TirsT round oT semiTinal acTion, "Ten Years ATTer" downed The "Bucks," TirsT-place Tinishers in The Gold Division, by a 64-60 counT. The "Bucks" Then came back To win The second game, 64-63. To Torce The Third deciding conTesT. "Ten Years ATTer," using a balanced aTTack wiTh Tour players hiTTing in double Tigures, won The Tinal conTesT. 54-44. Meanwhile, "Big C" won The oTher semiTinal round wiTh Two vicTories over The l'lusTlers 68-54, and 52-39. "Big C," led by KeiTh Perkins and Terry Fry wiTh I9 and I7 poinTs respecTively, won The TirsT game oT The championship playoTTs wiTh a 55-42 win over "Ten Years ATTer." In The second game. STan KeTchum scored 20 poinTs, pacing Ten Year ATTer To a lopsided 55-29 win. KeTchum hiT I7 poinTs in The Tinal game as "Ten Years ATTer" Took The TiTle, 45-40. Men's lnTramuraI Baske+baIl League BLUE DIVISION GOLD DIVISION Big C 8-I The Bucks 7-O Ten Years A'F+er 7-2 Hus+Iers 5-2 HoTsho+s 6-3 Haskell Co. All-STars 5-2 Na'I'ural Soul 5-4 S.W. Rebels 4-3 Rink-A-Dlnks 5-4 Cowboys 3-4 Snowwhife 8: 7 Blacks 5-4 Tennishoe Terrors 2-5 Super Spoons 3-6 Miccos I-6 Friends 3-6 Golden KnighTs l-6 Brand X 2-7 Knockers I-8 Women's lnTramural BaskeTball League Wrangler Janes 5-I Skinny Dippers 4-2 Brave+Tes O-6 Playoff games noT included in regular season sTandings. Righ+ - 'lT's mine' seems To be The expression on The Tace of Sherrie GrimmeTT of The 'Wrangler Janes' as Kay Rule of The 'Skinny Dippers' conTesTs her for The ball. Above Righi' - KeiTh Perkins oT The 'Big C' grabs a rebound from Mark Ambler oT 'Ten Years ATTer' during TiTle acTion. ' ,.f'5q i .M , l. fi .. '-l , N waist ii -' , , i,,iiii,v,e in Above - Wifh 'rhis eye on 'rhe buckef, Keifh Bridgeman of fhe 'Sou+h- wes'r Rebels' goes up for fwo poinls unconlesred. Leff - Jumping for the ball are Curfis McDaniel l24l of fhe 'Super Spoons' and Jerry Wick- ersham of fhe 'Rinky Dinks' lreaching highesl in The cenlerl. Above Lef'I' - Mark Wilson l23l and Dale Dunham l22l of fhe 'Hofshols' move +he ball on a fasl brealcaHemp1'agains+ Roberl' Owens U61 of 'Snow Whi+e and The Seven Blaclcsf Above Rigl1+ - The 'Wrangler Janes,' winners of The coed flagball. speedball, and baskefball crowns, include llmeel- ing, l-rl Tawanna Crum, Margaref Malone, Jo Davis and Kafhy Ferrell Cox: lsfanding, I-rl Carla Lee. Toni Wilson, Debbie Parkinson. Diann Bryanf and Marilyn Henery. Pushball Play Opens lnTramural Schedule lnTramural acTion begins on campus each year wiTh pushball. The TirsT oT a 22-sporT program spon- sored by The DeparTmenT oT l'lealTh, Physical Edu- caTion and RecreaTion. STudenTs have The opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe in sporTs ranging Trom billiards To handball. Flag TooT- ball, baskeTball, soTTball and volleyball are among The TavoriTes. During Spring soTTball lasT year. Ten High emerged as champion by deTeaTing The Big "C," 4-3, 2-3, and 5-4 in a besT Two-ouT-oT-Three game series. The Wrangler Janes won The coed speedball crown in inTramural acTion in The Tall by deTeaTing The NaTural SouleTTes, 7-5. Thelyloonshiners capTured The men's speedball Crawley downing Mom's Manglers, I I-8. Uyhdecided won The pushball championship. beaTing The l'lusTlers, I8-O. -Track 84 Field meeT April 25, The Tug-O-War ConTesT May 2 and The Spring soTTball schedule closed ouT The year. RighT - Danny Askew waTches as Roy O'Dell prepares To reTurn The serve during a game oT paddleball. Below RighT - 'JusT a liTTle To The righT' seems To be The insTrucTion CaThy Formby is receiving Trom Hervile Wolfe on The archery range. Below - Umpire Don Lindsley and CaTcher Ronald McNack waTch Tor The Throw as Ron PaqueTTe comes home. 19' TL, ,Lg l i l l ll l. l Fi T, . 'l rlyi""l A l , , , 'T .Q ,ggi i 'Q- ii, .t...3 .L gil Fil Q.. Above - Sandra Porler of +l'ie Nafural Soulelfes guards .lo Davis of"ll1e Wrangler Janes during a speedball game. Above Leff - The PuSl1ball'War is on as l'wo ieams baffle on flue fool- ballfield. Below Leff -N Wanda Morgan and Briclgie McGuire wa'rcl1 as Pam Hgnry prepares 'ro refurn fhe volleyball. Below L Spri'ngf'7I soffball champions, Ten High. include llcneeling, I-rl Rickie Smiih. Tommy Larman. Alan Terry, and Alan Odle: island- ing. l-rl Earl Turley. Dan Caram. Charles Fowler. Coy Sparks. Dave Moore, Phil Sfepp and' Rick Evans. .C l, :MY ?'.P Q -if WEEE'-1 ' YA Pal Lawn. MYSTERY O T- N1 ATTEB Atomnc Spectra in Undergraduate Physics: Volume IV ...qr+ ff 9 35 .. L ,.,.yL.: IVQU ,HL :', 'ci U 'qi' . .5 xi ff' .,.J.,,1 4 ,fa Srudenl life mel day 'ro day from 'rhe firsl days of Seplemloer +iII 'rhe 'final Tesls in May. Freshmen full of zesl and vigor found life diflerenf 'rhan before. While sophomores looked inlo The fufure when days of class would be no more. Classes 56 Jimmie Albrighl' Eleclronics Okemah James Alfred Civil Engineering Pofeau Jenny Allen Secrefarial Science Canadian Danny Askew Physical Educafion McAles+er Lynn Aflrins Hisfory Spiro Ania Baldwin English Piflsburg Lisa Barne'H Speech Sfigler Michael Barron Foresfry Technology Whifesboro Janie Bidclie Business Educafion Talihina Ronald Blaclr lndusfrial Educelion Oklahoma Cify James Bradley Engineering Cincinnafi, Ohio Harmon Braflon Foresfry Keoia Keilh Bridgman Business Adminisfrafion Okmulgee Bill Brooks Physical Educafion Oklahoma Cify James Brown Mid-Managemenf LeFIore Diann Bryanl Music Kinfa Sopho lTlOl"9S Lazing in The shade is lhe besl way io spend a ho+ summer allernoon wl lheres nofhing beller +0 do. vu ....,e-, - an R , " L' jx". .. ' ' ll , . ,Q ,-J' is I l l 1 . N . l i . I'-5. Up. -.--a-- ., ' 71" i Ill!!! Illlllll llllll llllll llllllll llllll . 1 VH!!! Hill!!! IIHIQ Li fl' !7n..u.,u 1 L ,X :guy Lefl - Leroy Lay inlenlly sludies The l97l Mounlaineer. Below - Sophomore class officers are ll-rl Janice Genlry. secrerery-Treasurer: Sleve Walson. vice presiclenl: Palricie Oulds. presidenl: Kalhy Grego, Leo Johnson. and Clifford Tuggle. Sludenl' Senalors. Sophomores Elecl Palricia Oulds Presidenl Ronnie Bryce Physical Educalion Sligler Sandra Buford Music Sfigler Linda Burris Social Work Brolcen Bow Verlan Bufler Family Relalions Pocola Denise Buher Dale Processing Wilburfon Sam Campbell Draffing 8: Design Alolza Dan Caram Physical Educalion Midwesl' Cily Key Carnpaclr Psychology fi Poleau x Larry Cearley Draffing 8: Design Shawnee Greg Chaney X Pre-Law Brislow I Sieve Channell Physical Eclucalion Harrah Connie Chism Arf Shawnee 157 Above - Susan Ragland excileclly yells a cheer lo The Mounlaineers cluring a baslcefball game ar Easlern. Righl - Busy warching fhe girls go by are Milce Collins and John Heer. who find life inferesling from an upper sfory dorm window. Sophomores Jack Chris+y Biology Quinfon Cliff Cloyd Psychology Mcfxlesler Brad Codding Elecfromechanical Technology Broken Arrow Lee Ann Collie Ar? Eufaula Mike Collins Wildlife Conservalion Shawnee Ernesf Cofhern Compuler Technology Haileyville Lela Cousins Elemenlary Eclucafion Dusfin BeH'y Covingfon Compuler Technology Gram' Johnny Cox Agriculfure Educafion Spiro Tawanna Crum Business Aclminislralion Foresfville, California Larry Culwell Mafhemalics Bolcoshe Marilyn Culwell Business Educalion Bolcoshe Q., ----rv' -...gm - ----X V- - , . .. . lima.. ,: . ...,,.-. ..,,,.,,, ,N , xg i . ,...-r-"' Easlern Wins Cross Counlry Championship J. R. Cupp Elecfromechanical Technology Shawnee Laura Curiis Sociology Sfillwafer Zella Curlis Business Adminisfraiion Mcfxlesfer Sharon Davenporl' Psychology Kinra Mary Dees Home Economics Spiro Danny Edwards Physical Education Heavener Sieve Ellingfon Elemenfary Educaiion Sfigler Donna Fowler Home Economics Sfigler Rolf Fridman Pre-Med Panama Terry Fry Pre-Vef Whifesboro Don Garrefl' Foresfry Technology Del Cify Glen Gafeley Engineering Midwesi Cify Gene Geiger Foresfry Tulsa Jamie Gilberf Elemenfary Educafion Eufaula Denise Gleese Horficulfure Sfuarl' Bob Grandsiaff Pre-Pharmacy Red Oak Kafhy Grego Sociology Wilburfon Pam Griffifh Secrefarial Science Kinfa Lemuel Gufhery Elechomechanical Technology Broken Bow Doug Hairrell Mafhemafics Clayfon I5 60 Carrie Hale Mid-Manaqemenl Technology McAles+er Larry Hamilfon Physical Therapy Dewey Carolyn Harmon Elemenlary Educalion Duslin John Harris l-lisfory Heavener Linda Harris English Eufaula Virgie Harris Secre+arial Science Haileyville Viclor Halridge Engineering Kiowa John Heer Wildlife Shawnee Marilyn Henery Physical Educalion Tahlequah Gary Henry Markefing Pofeau Dwayne Henslee Mechanical Technology Ralfan Richard Hilburn Chemical Technology Savanna Barbara Holland Elemenfary Educalion Claylon Lowery Holland Pre-Vef Chandler Tom Holl' Elemenfary Eclucalion Sfigler John Hoover Mechanical Technology Claylon i 2. si- H Z, Sophomores Denise Bufzer and Linda Johnson sil on 'lhe piano bench and walch a 5 ance al lhe BSU Halloween parly. Leff - Paul Jennings and Pam Griffilh hop inlo The leacl during 'rhe an- nual Sadie Hawlcins Day sack race. Below - Larry Cearley speaks wifh Tom Woods. a represenfarive from Easl Cenfral Slare College, abou? 'rhe merifs of Their lndusrrial Arls program. reu-1'4?:-!A:'- A 0 A-1 -3 :41. ,...... , ...,,,..i..Q 1. si ina.- N-I? I, H Pri Tri is vi r 'I-' l 1- , - " L .Ei-'33':L-V-i-.gg-3'f , is-is ,f f '- ' 'P 1' 1 l5".I 'Fifa fe' , , - l ""i"""l!':,2?fii .- HQ? , ,-1-r'f3af:1,.5: g ,l l1-15.-'ul n H 1 . -.gmifgggz-.1, ,, A -a' J wi I ' Mag ' '-iii? 15,231 -fr , ing,'sf.g1pa Counseling Program lni+ia+ecl for lnclians 'gl Harland Howze l Vocafional Agriculfure , Clayfon - l Marsha Hubbard Journalism W M Harfshorne Sieve Hudson Physical Educafion Coalgafe Linda HunnicuH' Secrefarial Science Panola PauleHe Hunfer Pre-Med Tulsa Paul James Elemenfary Education Piffsburg Reba Jefferson Nursing Broken Bow Paul Jennings Mafhemafics Keofa Ann Johnson Vocational Home Economics Heavener Leo Johnson Eleclronics Technology Oklahoma Cify Linda Johnson Business Smifhville Obelia Johnson Social Work Mcfxlesfer 62 :1-'2lQ-517 'fi' ei. A- A X, . N ee -,e,3.-.,pf-,,-, ,f Aft.,-Tjg: i'iz "W 'I' A . - Above - Speaking for ilself is The newly inslallecl slop sign localed in iron? of Milchell Hall. Righf - Ecl Ashmore, band direclor. lisfens as The Band performs prior 'ro The s'rar+ ol The baslcelball game. Sophomores L. A. Johnsion Foreslry Ml. Juliet Tennessee Roger Johnsfon Pre-Med Wilburfon Donna Ka+es Home Economics Sfigler Eldon Kay Me+als Wynnewood ni'- PaH'y King Liberal Arfs Hugo Genie Kirlcbride Ari Tulsa Pam Lasifer Home Economics Sand Springs Bob Lee Foresfry Technology Hugo Romain Lee Elemenlary Educalion Cleyfon Don Lindsley Engineering Oklahoma Cily Don LiHle Engineering Buffalo Valley George Loman Elecfronics Technology Cromwell , Hours Changed for Miller Hall Residenls Mille Love Business Adminisfrafion ldabel David Lowery Pre-Mecl Miclwesf Cily Margare+ Malone Home Economics Haworfh Charles Manson Physical Educafion Franklinfon. North Carolina Wayne Marlow Elemenfary Educaiion Savanna Glenn Mead Denfisiry Heavener Q, Jay Meek " Mechanical Technology Red Oak Sandy Mills Secrefarial Science Siigler l .M Richard Mincher Compurer Technology lndianola Tom Mixon Civil 8: Highway Technology Lexington Ann Moore Secretarial Science Sfigler Eddie Moore Ari McAles1'er Deena Morion Secrefarial Science Mcfxlesfer Dennis Morfon Mechanical Engineering Technology Broken Arrow Jerry Mowdy Ari' Mcfhlesfer Phillip McCann Mechanical Technology Keofa Kay McCan+s Compufer Technology Nashoba Tim McElroy Public Relafions Haskell Lindall McLemore Hisfory Okemah Ebrahim Nassiri Engineering lran I6 4 Davefie Newman Business Aclminisirafion Wrighi Cify Roy O'Dell Civil 81 Highway Technology Sfigler Buddy Odom Ari McAles+er Pafricia Oulds Elemenfary Educaiion McAles1'er Dwighi Panliey Physical Educafion Sapulpa Ron PaqueHe Elecfromechanical Technology Salem, Mass. Linda Parks Polifical Science Sfigler Gary Parrish Pharmacy Spiro Louis Pearl Physical Educafion Hugo Jena Phillips Business Adminisiraiion Eufaulo JeaneH'e Pink English Harfshorne Jerry Pinlierion Compuler Technology Poieau Claude Pifiman Physical Educafion Chicago. lllinois Mike Poll: Business Adminisfrafion Mcflxlesier Jimmy Powell Conservafion 81 Wildlife Duncan Walfer Power Animal Husbandry Velma i 'I ii l Sophomores 173' '43 Caughf in fhe sci is Sieve Hudson as he spends an evening sfudying in 'rhe brary. ,M .Y E nr...- " ti ' ,E3JLz:.:--551 7 .3, ' 1 .3 l ' , .fi 4, -Q , . 1 we , , x nl' rr, . N- .71 Q L4 QL 51 ,, , V 85? is V -Elf fl E A '- ,. ' l li-925 9, - r if lrrr " .' . ., , l' l Si' 4 Mel. , -, e A'..a fi". 3 .X-Ps' V I, A -'Y -iii' R l lx . 1 , . 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N in .I ,,.,4,rf: vi l r Associale Degree Nursing Program Slarled Marys'Ha Prenfice Journalism Sfigler Linda Proclr Elemenlary Educalion Red Oak Susan Ragland Educalion Harfshorne Bill Ranallo Respirafory Therapy Harfshorne Linda Rapp Secrelarial Science Red Oak Henry Reager 'i Aff I Wilburfon Ora Rhone Arr Mclfxlesrer Richard Rodgers Foresrry Norman John Rosenboom Music Manson, Iowa Barbara Ross Elemenfary Educalion Red Oak Barney Rosso Business Adminisfrafion Harfshorne JamesrRowe Compurer Technology Keofa i Above - As Greg Chaney llefil and Ken Farley lrighfl lisien, Tim Mclflroylsecond 'From le'F'll,ecli'lor of 'rhe Sfaiesman, and Owen Jones. news edifor of The McAles'fer News-Capiial, share ideas on newspaper reporiing. Righl' - Lee Ann Collie moves inio Miller Hall wil'h The aid of hergcousin. Russ Pyle. Sophomores Deen Royer Elemenfary Educafion Haileyville Leon Rucker Physical Education Hugo Bobbie Rundell Music N.- Coweta Lou Rifa Sa'Her'field Speech Sfigler Dianne Schmuclxee Secreiarial Science Mcfxlesier Lorefia Sensibaugh Nursing l-larfshorne Nelda Shepherd English ,g,,,..., Kinfa Nancy Shield Business Aclminislrafion Mcfxlesfer Ax Glenda Simpson Business Eclucaiion Gran? Al Silrfel Hisfory A, Tulsa J. L. Sloan English 81 Speech Kinia Keifh Smi+h Pre-Denial Wilburlon Sophomores Anlicipale Commencemenl Tony Sonaggera Malhemafhics Panola Emil Spadafora Pre-Law Berkeley Heighfs. New Gary Spear Compufer Technology Quinfon William Speed Pre-Engineering Hugo Glenn Speer Business Educafion Sfigler Eddy Sfolres Engineering Olcemalw Virginia Slubblefield Elemenfary Educalion McAles+er Lillian Sullivan Elementary Educafion Wilburfon Bella Su'H'on Compufer Technology Wilburfon FN Joseph Swinlr Pre-Denial Pocole Mohammad Taghdiri Engineering lran John Temple II Foresfry Muskogee 11 William Thomas Draffing Mcfxlesier Edwanna Thompson Nursing Wrighf Cify Raymond Thornfon Engineering Tulsa Teresa Thornfon Dafa Processing Haileyville H Mike Tinlzer Micl'Managemen+ McAles1'er 1 Terry Trammell Business Haileyville Gerald Tripp Foresfry 6 lndianola Sfeve Turner Mid-Managemenf Wilburfon ii i May IZ? Jersey 167 68 Linda Vaughn Secrefarial Science McAlesler Sharon Walfon Ari Wilburfon David Ward Jr. Metallurgical Technolo Wilburfon Sfeven Wafson Mid-Managemenf ldabel Jaclrie Waymire Denfislry Heavener Linda Webber Business Eclucafion Glenpool Sheila Welcher Speech Xi Drama Olcemah Janice Wesf Physical Eclucafion lnclianola Jerry Wiclrersham Compufer Technology Clayfon Garry Wilkins Sociology Kiowa Kirby Williams Vocafional Agriculfure Muldrow Robert Wilmelh Mafhemafics Blanchard QV l Bob Wilson Pre-Ve? Vallianf Danny Wilson Mid-Managemen+ McAles'fer Greg Wilson Elecfromechanical Technology Shawnee Sophomores Sharing a park bench al Robbers Cave on a fall aflernoon are Sue Sheehan Don Lindsley. Cafhy Formloy. and Al Siliel. Freshmen class officers are ll-rl Gay Dickerson, secrefary-freasurerg Kay Rule Belly Grego. Tommy Chambers. and Tommy Davis, srudenl senarors. ,vice-president Joe Johnson. presiclenrz Joe Johnson EIec+ed Freshman Presidenl Mary Aalrhus Quinfon Rosa Marie Adkins Haileyville Kennefh Alrins Hugo Bruce Allen Wagoner Dale Alumbaugh Tulsa Mark Ambler Midwest Cify Barbara Ammons Heavener Lui Appling Wilburfon Floyd Afor Shawnee Jim Ausmus Sapulpa Brenda Ausfin Wilburfon Viola Ausfin McAles+er Jeannine Bagwell Harrshorne Karen Balmer Wilburfon Harrison Barnhill Shawnee 169 70 Raymond Bahel Honeoye Falls. New Deborah Becl: Harfshorne Janei' Bell Clayfon Jimmy Bell Duncan Ronnie Bell Savanna Pai Ball Wilburfon Barry Benlon Broken Arrow Joy Benfon Eaglefown Linda Benfon Baffiesf Pam Bernhardf lndlanola Janef BeH'es Wilburfon Janie Bigbie Norman Nina Billingsley Mcfxlesfer Phyllis Billy Talihina Janice Bird Wilburlon E. Ashrafi Birgani Iran Melvin Blevins Spiro Gloria Boggs Wilburlon Bei-fy Bond Broken Bow Kay Bowen Kinfa Darlene Bower Mcfxlesfer Jerome Bowman Morrison, Colorado Marsha Branum Marlow Joyce Bray Quinfon Vernon Brock Smifhville Barbara Brown McAles1'er Dickie Brown Jenks Paul Brown Jr. Cafoosa Dwayne Brumfield Oologah Tony Buchanan Shawnee Kennefh Burr Jenks Judy Caldwell Harfshorne Judy Candy Checofeh Leah Canfrell Mcfxlesfer Billy Carier Wilburfon Yor Floyd Carfer ldabel Larry Casey Coalgafe Larry Caughern Heavener Pafli Caughern Heavener Tommy Chambers Harrah Larry Chandler Boswell Cheryl Chafham Smifhville Pam Chalham lfhaca. New York Twyla Cheafham Panola Boyd Chrisfopher Harfshorne Jerry Chrislopher Harfshorne Phyllis Chronisfer Wilburfon Gary Clamps? ldabel Phyllis Clark Mcfxlesfer Keilh Coffee Indianola Sluclenl Newspaper Repeals as All-American 1 4 Lu M 1 Oz MS l uw H uw l re r . l llelll? lip l will 1 all UL r r il rr l i i M y W lm lll1,j:.lE7FK aQ,,-fly lltffllzgg H7 f W fl? Ad'-uf-'f--. ,am-w.-+--P -L ,QLTQ5 fr we w "-i'1':.' L'-Hifi-vxf. . N- -L- lf ',."o.-"Tk: L 5552. JE- .Q H19 Q.. 'Q'-ll:-N N :X ., f. 1- , 'J :'. if' nf, iff" Qiggvf 124 ' 'wif-'E E ' 1451! if 1:-. ,sr ll' -,ll'!'1'n1ll,-if lv .:, H.-.1 f na, ., .X 1- ,. A f- all "."1' .- ,,.f M l HQQ1 '-vi P " . , ,.- - . - .,v . , Fall Enrollmen+ Climbs Above -- Exchanging commenfs wilh Paul McGee affer sfamping his hand To aclmil him To The Afro-American sock hop are Viola Auslin and Veronica Ellis. Righ+ - Sharilyn Emerson and Joe Johnsfon share a laugh ar a wiener roas+. Freshmen Donald Cole Porfer James Cole Cromwell Thelma Cole Haworfh Beverly Coley Harfshorne Tom Collin Moore Debra Collins Harfshorne Melinda Courlney Webbers Falls Carol Cowan Gans Marfha Cowley Hugo Kay Cox Heavener Glenn Craff Kinfa Beverly Crane Spiro Ronnie Crawley Savanna Connie Culberson Heavener Carolan Cunningham Vallianf Rodger Cunningham Harfshorne Mary Curfis McAlesfer Lynn Daugheriy Red Oak Floyd Davis Talihina Tom Davis Talihina Rick Dawson Checofah Roger Deen Fi: Gibson Jo Dempsey Crowder Gay Dickerson Spiro Vicki Dickerson Vallianf Raymond Dickson Gran? Anneffe Dighfon Buffalo Valley Gary Dingler Wewoka David Dobinski Mcfxlesfer Dell Dunham Okmulqee Julia Duranf Mcfxlesfer Debra Durbin Savanna Donald Dwiggins Weleefka Rick Dwiggins Weleefka Jean Eagan Red Oak Alice Easiwood Boswell Sharon Easfwood Boswell Dean Echols Porfer Pai Echols Oklahoma Ciiy Jim Edmonds Mcfxlesfer Veronica Ellis Mcfixlesler Sharilyn Emerson Checofah Roger Ensley Wrighf Ciiy Phyllis Ezekiel Harfshorne Arihur Ezell Tulsa Baba Ali Farzaneh Iran Kafhy Ferrell Spiro Roberi Fields Red Oak Ron Fisher Cowefa i Brenda Forkner McAlesrer 74 Ca+l1y Formby Heavener Carol Fos+er Idabel Jo Hanna Fridman Panama Melissa Frommie McAlesfer Lonnie Fry Kiowa James Garigin Mcfxlesrer Linda Garland Sfiqler Teresa Garner Panola Sharron Garrison Clayfon Paula Giacomo Wilburfon Cafhy Gianini Harfslnorne Siephen Gibson Rafian Vera Gilreafh Harfshorne Thena Goff Spiro Linda Gordon Heavener Johnny Graves Haworfh Lillie Graves Haworilw Carrie Gray Garland, Texas Be'H'y Grego Wilburfon Roberl' Grove Shawnee Doro+hy Guen+her Calvin Herman Guenfher Calvin Elaine Gufhrie Quinfon Ron Hair Wesfville George Halberi Dale Joyce Hamilfon Wilburfon Ellen Hampfon Eufaula Randy Hanes Tulsa Sieve Hanna Tulsa Jimmy Harden Gans Garry Harp Porier Pafricia Harp Kinfa Fred Harris Cushing Ruby Harrison Shawnee Jean Hafridqe Kiowa Eas+ern Males Ou+numloer Women, IOI6-520 Above - Roger Ensley warches solemnly as Palce McEn+ire prepares The horse's hooves for shoeing. Leff - Connie Walfon sficks ouf her ,, longue fo gain exlra slrenglh for 'rhrowing 'rhe soflball as Marilyn Den- nis laughs in lhe background. Freshmen Q- 'Q-I Gary Hedrick Anflers Allen Heli' Checofah Jim Hendrix Anadarko Pam Henry Broken Bow Gay Hensley Cleveland Jerry Herring Chocfaw Gary HeweH Washingfon Richard Higginbofham Hugo Rhonda Higgins Honeoye Falls. New York Tommie Hilburn Hugo Linda Holiday Granf Nina Horn McAles+er Linda Houlr Broken Arrow Marion Houser Cowefa Gary Howard Whifesboro 175 76 1 'mmm Larry Howard S+igler Nancy Huddlesfon Pofeau Gary Hudgens Presfon ' Wanda Hughes Panama Shirley Hurd ldabel Gran? Huslrey Yulron Richard Ivey Oklahoma City Randy Jaclrson Claremore Wally Jackson Coalgafe Fred Jacoby Hugo Jimmy James Anflers Richai-d James Tahlequah Michael Jernigen Indianola E Carnell Johnson Boswell Cecil Johnson Quinfon Tech Ed Building Renamed,J. N. Baker Hall 45D i f Above - Sifiinq in a relaxed posifion, Donna Sco'H worlcs along wilh an air of conceniralion and accomplishment Righ+ - Dressed for fhe oc- casion, Sue Simmons and Dwayne l-lenslee decide 'rhaf a cowboy dance is The only kind fo aifend. Joe Johnson Crowder S. L. Johnson Quinfon Dawana Jones Keofa Lulricia Jones Haworfh Miles Karner Broken Arrow Janice Kay Wilburlon Louise Keifh Shawnee Owen Kellogg Sfringlown Terrie Kennedy Dustin Jim King Wilburlon Jane? Kirby Euiaula Barbara Kiniar Chiclcasha David Klemme Oklahoma City Gay Kline Harlshorne Hamid Kosari lran Bob LaGrone Mcfxlesfer Leslie Lamber+ Talihina Linda Layman Eulaula Carla Lee Boswell Joyce Lenz Shawnee Phillip Lewis Kiowa Carla Liflle Wilburlon Gregory Logue Muldrow Ronnie Long Haworfh Eddie Luis Shawnee Mary Mackey Panola Leland Maddox Clayfon Marfha Mader Coweia lda Maclewell Mccurlain Bill Manelr l-larrah Karen Manfooih Okmulgee John Marfin Okernah Paula Marlin Dusfin James Masoner Chocfaw Johnnie Maynard Harfshorne 'I77 78 Ruih Melancon Mcfxlesfer Merecliih Mendenhall Panola Burien Mengers Musfang Milre Mills Brolcen Arrow James Miichell Hawor+h Sieve Mitchell Haworfh Theresa Mile Haskell Fred Monfgomery Anchorage. Alaska Marva Moore Kinia Wanda Morgan Whifesboro Pam Morris Heavener Brad Mosman Shawnee Michael Musse'H Chocfaw Gary Myers Pocola Jacl: Myers Shawnee Gary McCabe Wilburfon Mille McCauley Mclhlesfer Joyce McClain Wilburfon Pafriclr McCollum Coalgafe Denfon McDonald Wilson Bernice McDonald Haworfh Paul McGee Checofah Roger McGahee Vallianf Bridgie McGuire Eufaula BreH McMahan Olremah Willie Mae Neal Sfringiown J. B. Nelson Forfuna, California Vicki Nelson Harfshorne Pam Nimrod McAIesfer Jerry Nixon Savanna Mona Norlon Heavener Roger Nofley Anadarko Michael Nowalrowshi Harrah Pafricia On-The-Hill Presfon Florence Owens Keofa Home Ec Slyle Show gl l lk PIJHYMMS Dominaled by Freshmen lgliif, 11? Above - Selling more painl on Themselves lhan The sleps are Rick Parrish, Debra Collins and Mike Boling as They work on a slagecrail project Lefl' - Glenda Simpson and Gay Dickerson esiimale how much candy lhey can sell as a Phi Befa Lambda Club proiecl. ts' F? Freshmen Judy Page Smifhville Connie Parish Mcfxlesfer Diana Parish ldabel Judy Parish Wilburlon Rodney Parker Shawnee Debbie Parkinson McLoud Rick Parrish McAles'rer Linda Pa'H'erson Harfshorne Sherrill Perkins Keofa Jane Perryman Kinfa Banda Pifchford l-leavener Richard PiH'man Norman Siephen Poe Clayfon Marfha Polk Mcflxlesfer Nadine Powell Hillsburgh. Wesl Virginia 179 80 Spring Baseballers Raled .Vf a., REQ likwf Fl l Tail: , ' L 'X Zur 'I all Aff' I-1. ,H a4' -,lvl l 1 ls ' V . ':-iq A' .. .l nf s " llg-ge.:-rl l -1L Above - Diann Bryan? and Emery Spears hand our programs while hundreds of srudenrs file in lo freshman orienralion. Righr - Brenda Ausrin lisrens quierly as Jeffie Talley explains The procedure she is 'ro use in her worlc. Freshmen Andy Power Haworlh Kafherino Prefer Ouinfon Sam Presfon Mcfxlesfer Glenda Raleigh Savanna Keifh Raper Shawnee Margie Rerlcliff Shawnee Sian Rau Gans Curtis Ray Haileyville Gary Reamy Talihina Leiann Reamy lvlcfxlesler Susan Reynolds Harfshorne Larry Ribbens Hull. lowa Jerrell Riggin Shawnee Edward Roberfs Benninqfon Ronnie Rose Whifesboro No. I Nalionally V ryf l . :vii I-r .V V' ff mf' I 5 S xx ' Q4 V 3 .B aiu, px 2 rr A Clellia Roso Haileyvllle Laural Rowe Keofa Tina Roye Sfigler Kay Rule Eufaula Karl Scifres McAlesTer Donna ScoH Tulsa Jimmy Seabolf Muskogee Sherri Seabolf Sfigler Pam Shaddix Miclwesf Cify Sue Sheehan Oklahoma Cify Nasser Shoushfarian Iran Peggy Shuman Anflers Sue Simmons Rafran Julie Simpson Vallianf Thaddeus Singlefon Charlesfon. Soufh Carolina Teresa Sloan Kinfa Connie Sorensen McAles+er Bill Soufhard Mcfxlesler Richard Spilman Sallisaw Ronald Spo++s Haskell Doug Sfandridge Midwesf Cily Tom Sianlre Anllers Paula Sfaples McAles'rer Jacl: Sfevenson Gans Sco'H Sfeward Dale . Margare+ Slinson Mcl.oud Gail Sweefin Haileyville Bill Tabler Jr. Sapulpa Abdolreza Tafreshi Iran Sherrie Taylor Raffan Susan Taylor Wilburfon Nancy Templefon Harfshorne Margurife Thomas McAlesfsr Susan Thomas Savanna Kay Thomason Dusfin 2 Sydnee Thompson Mcfxlesfer Mosiafa Torlzian Iran David Tovar Perry Shirliieanne Trammell Paden Theresa Trammell Benninqfon Larry Turney Savanna Wayne Underwood Coweta Gail Usry Willourfon Mohamad Val1id'l'ari Iran Vernon Van Meier Henryeffa Mary Van Valkenberg Barflesville Ron Van Vallzenberg Whifesboro Roberi' Vaughn McAlesier Jane? Wackerly Red Oak Denise Wade Midwesf Cify Richard Walker lndianola Connie Wallon Wilburion Anfhony Ward Shawnee Brenda Ware Boswell Jill Wa+ers Red Oalc Linda Weaver Mcfixlesfer Clay Webb Siigler Debbie Webb Sfigler Deborah Websier Mcfxlesier Bill Welch Wilburion Gwen Welch Wilburfon Richard Wes'l'field Hugo Charlofie Wheaf Quinfon Sharry Whefsel Dallas, Texas Harley Whiie Clayfon Debbie Williams Wilburfon Virginia Williams Haileyville Jean Wilson Duranl Marl: Wilson Woodward Sharon Wilson Kinfa 5:- Toni Wilson Boswell Nile Woods Balfiesl' Clyde Yarbrough Aloka Pefricia Yehle Mclnlesfer James York Chocfaw Terry Young Paden Dianne Younger Wilburfon Karen Zorger Claylon The Bad Seed Begins Homecoming Even+s 1 i . Above - By closing her eyes and Taking a huge bile, Sherry Perkins manages To demolish hall of a snack. Above lefl' - During home ec. class, Janie Bigbie looks Through The refrigeralor in search of anyfhing edible. Lefl - Lined up To make sure no one passes wifhoul buying , , . somelhing firsl are The concession sland workers al one of Eas+ern's ' l glfy baskefball games. 1 :..:,:5yv-. 3 4 Danny Angeli Harfshorne Bill Brummefi McAles+er Eva June Budzinslxy Mcfxlesler Oscar Burlcs Mcfxlesfer Ronald Burlrs lndianola V. A. Busby Wilburlon Bobby Carler - Talihina Donald Cassada Wilburion Thomas Chism Mcfxlesfer Doris Clemenie McAlesier . Lloyd Collins 1 McAles+er Charles Cox Kiowa - , Evening Sluclenls ll l , .. ' - ' i i i 1 W 'tv-i .lair ' -ss-lil Above - Jack Whinery and Frank Back share a 'rhoughlrful momenl' as fhey sfucly a drill press. Above Righ-I -Following a polilical science class. Ronnie Ingram, Jess Bailey. Floyd Ingram and Mike ln- gram discuss currenl evenls from a recem' newspaper. Righ+ - Dur- ing a GPS class. Dale Be'r'l'es explains lo his sludenls how io calculaie lheir monlhly eleclric bill. 4'1- i r l T ' 1 ll , l l Evening vw x zl'Y .A l ,. ,-2 il X -1198-,fl Above - I+ may be Time fo go home buf Claude Corvin sfill lecfures To his draffing class. Leff - Owen Jones gives his opinion of world affairs in a foreign relalions class wilh a map close by fo emphasize his poxnls School Enrollmenl Climbs 'ro 250 Sandy Daniels McAles+er Donald Dunn Haywood Mike Farmer Mcfxlesfer Bonnie Guazdauslxy Crowder Floyd lngram McAles+er Mike lngram Midwesf Cify Ronald lngram McAles+er Jerry James McAles+er Charles Johnson Bache Owen Jones Mcfxlesfer Ray Jordan Harfshorne Ralph Lalli Mcfxlesler Evening Sluclenls Harry LaRue Mcfklesfer Mildred May Bache Marianne Morrow Harfshorne Jeanne Moseley Mcfklesfer Miller Newman Mcfxlesler Fred Pahlon Red Oak Bob Parker Harfshorne Margarei Rains Wilburfon Belly Rhodes Crowder Alfred Rich Harfshorne Sam Saxon Wilburlon Thomas Shelfon Quinlan George Sherrell Wilburfon Dorofhy Spears Wilburfon Oscar Sfipe McAlesl'er Jerry Suddufh McAles1'er Deciding on which classes To lake are Sam Doyle, Dan Clemenle and Doris Clemenfe as lhey wail To enroll in evening school. .l ni , 1 - Ll 3 , ' 'll fr 1 Q l I n. i W . V1 'ii' 1 I.: l l-nn " J 11:-."'- 7 'FJ-1rlln Albert Wilson Harfshorne Ronald Wilson Harisluorne Bucle Wood Mcfnlesfer Sylvesier Suddulh Harlslworne Dean Thomas Mcflxlesler Delsie Wallis Nlcfilesijer Harold Washingfon McAlesfer Edward Weeks Savanna Marilyn Wsllon McAles+er Oscar Williams Harfshorne Ru'lh,Williams Harfshonne Evening Enrollmenl lnclucles 4200 Velerans .uvigil e rl Above A variely of inferesling expressions are displayed by mem bers of an evening cluemisfry class. Lefl - As Mrs. Addie Mae Pefhl' helps Jill Wafers wiilw her worlc. lvlargarel Rains concenlrafes on The as Lp 45 SJ. Ag, S 'Ss be Of Gvofg 'ook "6 6 Gif G . 'f Jer- ,,'7f 116 S S 10, . so 09 f 0 J' CS G fo 0,610 sf 60 . 238 10,0 Q6 60 0 - 9 O' 40 flu, 62' 40718 oolfrxxox-216011. f' . 12, ,. S If Sf ey. 0 'J-,' Q,,'7 O 0 WILBURTON LIONS CLUB WiIbur'Ion, Oklahoma OFFICERS VERNON UNDERWOOD Presideni' ED ENIS ISI' Vice Presiden+ BUSTER F-ORD 2nd Vice Presiden'r O. O. DOLLINS 3rd Vice Presideni DALE BETTES Secrefary SAM GOLDBERG Treasurer Dis'rric'r 3-K DIRECTORS FRANK HOGAN DeROY FORWOODSON JOHN SOKOLOSKY JAMES KING KELLEY DeBUSK Tail Twis+er CARL STANDEFER Lion Tamer GEORGE GIACOMO Song Leader KEN RAGER BuIIeI'in Edi'ror FRED STOVALL Pasi' Dis'I'ric+ Governor JIM SULLIVAN PasI' Dis'I'ric+ Governor ,rr I . , - ..ga:!5D' B fraarzzaf. ' -ff' 1 'A 1 Lions Club Members include Ifroni, I-ri Fred Siovall. Dr. W. W. Savage, Seldon TayIor. Jess Bailey. James King, Bus'I'er Ford, Ed Enis. Vernon Underwood, Disiricr Governor Jerald G odner of Tishomin o Sam Goldber D I Beff s Frank o g . g. ae e . Hogan. DeRoy Forwoodson, Bill Hill, BiIIy AIIen. IRow 21 Ken Rager. Hous'I'on Smifh, Ray Johnsion. Vernon Bullard, Forresf HamiI'I'on, Huey Askevv, Wayne Russell. L. M. Doughry, Don 53,7 Brown. Joe Thomas, Ed Hendrix. Gary Gibson, Leon Talley. D J es Miller. Jack Bohreer. Bill nn IRow 31 Ron Ben- F. am Wy. nerr, Jim SuIIlvan. Dale Chlouber. Buddy Tucker. Bob Keck, Charles Brown, P. J. Smiih. Milron Ford, J. K. Rhofen, James DaiIey. Hermon Wood, Delberf Garner, Dr. Lloyd Church. Don Abernaf hy and Sherman French. HOTEL ANTONE Re'Frigera'red Air Room T.V. and Phones Club Ming 'For Guesls Wall +o Wall Carpef Main Wilbur+on MRS. MINNIE APPLING, Owner BURKE FURNITURE AND HARDWARE Frigidaire May+ag l I6 E Main 465 2342 Wilburion hung. Coke Trade-markfg 92 PATTYE'S STYLE SHOP ANGELO'S "Fashions for +he Going Places Lady Tandy Town Shopping Cenfer ' Af+iS+ SUPPUSS 3 McAles+er 423-3325 ' Hobby Supplies ' Draffing A-OK MOTEL ' Picfure Framing 465-2737 509 W. Main Tandy Town McAles1'er Wilburion Maxine Kennedy - Owner I32 w. Main 465-2359. v ' Qualiiy WILBURTON OUTLET ' Same ,, ' Dependablldy Fishing Supplies - Live Bail' Sporiing Goods - Camping Needs ggdarl, SL g!DllkLCU'l INSURANCE - REAL. ESTATE' 220 E. Choc+aw PROFESSIONAL aumorwe io EAST WASHINGTON MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA AL MOORE'S PHARMACY 423-5567 Iwlnrwllv Q, I 3r.,,m,,,,,w"'eg 'Taleirtmghnw Tonight In Auuitumm THE EASTER! Capt. Ehamhllss Spuks lhursday H D '2."L"J-... .. ' '."" ' ww,---'.0.5-'np-0-u.-f N. , . , . . . k!J1.:,2L1U55EWEli.'i9i'2i-1-ii 3-WWW' N ,ooh Mau Inflvaniful Source of Pubpik-llrlermlgilan -.au H44- 3 'Z-. 'T' up-1 Enrollliient Jumps IS! To Record 1536 Bill Krisher Srhedules Huddlu Will: Christian Alhletas 019.18 -Biology Mnlors Hill Hold Trip FOSTERS FLOWERS 6-s'Tm "o9 "For all occasions" Flowers and GH-is 4I7 S. 6'rh McAIes'Ier I ""-f--"' I49 E. Main 46542263 THE AUTOMOTIVE, INC. WiIbur'I'on, OIcIa. I I0 W. Main 465-2303 . WiIbur'ron KNED AM-FM KNED AM-I I5O KC KNED FM-IOI3 Mgs. The good Iime radio" E McAIesI'er, Okla. David IvIcCaIib seIec:'I's a Chrisfmas flower arrangemenf a+ 'I'aIbo'rs. GOLDBERG AND JOSEPH 72 Years in WiIburI'on 465-204I ' CURLEE ' LEVI ' STETSON and BRADFORD New s+yIes are ever presen'I' af GoIcIberg's. Larry I'IamiIIon checks +I1e Iafesf under fhe wa+cI'1IuI eye of Sam Goldberg. HATs 3 4 ki ,lfl Readying Cheryl Chafham for her yearbook porfrail is Fred Marvel. Negaiives on File 'For 5 Years MARVEL'S McALESTER CABLE T.V. COMPANY Providing Cabled Television Service 'I'o +he McAles1'er Area From Nine S'l'6'l'6 S'ra+ions 2I2 E. Choc+aw 423-666I Box 2464 Tulsa, Olcla. Mc:Ales+er, Okla. BANK or RED OAK MEMBER FDIC l905 - "67 Years of Safely and Service" - l972 Phone 754-22l5 Red Oak, Oklahoma l I i i l l banking needs for parl oi Easlern O a ll-rl Oliver Brewer, Maydean Prince. Olene v Linda Brewer ai The Bank of Red Oak. klh Ea d HUSKIN'S DRUG RAY'5 S-I-CRE DISCQUNT SHOES Foun-I-ain Service "Sou+heas+ Oklahoma's Largesi' Selec+ion and Lowes? Prices' 465-230l Wllburlon' Okla' ZI4 E. Choclaw McAles+er, Olcla. 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Carl Alber+ McAles+er Parkway GOLIGHTLY REXALL DRUG T Q ig Brenda Ausfin and Larry Golighfly pick rhe perfeci gif? from The wide selec+ion of irems. "Prescrip1'ion Specialis+s" Where Oualily Brings You in and Couriesy Brings You Back KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN of McAles+er, Inc. ll I+' fingei lickin' good'L 423-6774 69 By Pass McAles+er BRUCE-TV Sales Service Har+shorne 297-2233 837 Penn HENLEY'S REXALL DRUG A Wide Selecrion of Merchandise Har+shorne, Oklahoma LlTTLE'S KERR-McC-EEE Dis+ribu+ors of Ga+es Tires Wilbur'ron, Oklahoma WILLIAM'S SHOE STORE "You oughr +o be in our shoes" Mas+er Charge BankAmericarcl IOS E. Chocfaw 426-0533 McAles+er C5ENE'S RED BUD SUPER MARKET 306 W. Main 465-2 I 96 i' Meredifh Men en a c ooses a ac a e o coo ies rom - lec+ion offered a+ Gene's Red Bud. 197 WILBURTON FLOWER BOX Flowers for All Occasions YOURMAN'S Zzgaiedte Qewehq I34 E. Main ,-.. Wilbur+on, N Walch Repair - Gif+s f ' -"' Flovllers-By-llilire ' 1 l3l E. Main Wilbur+on, Oklahoma 74. ,snag MCALESTERD ILL B YOUR MORNING NEWSPAPER BANK OF HARTSHORNE AND BANK OF HAILEYVILLE "Two Banks To Serve You Be'Her" Member F.D.I.C. M qinffr m "'1GQ.--1-1-as fgig,-".1' ':,3.-A4 4psoN TH EWRITER TylTi'5?lf!Z'f 423-4985 4I7 N. Main McAlesl'er . f ff Mlm' ,uw von-pany McAles+er, Oklahoma Ch I y Slafon, Odell Kirby and Ken I-Iunrer. McAIes'Ier News- C p I I ployees, are favorably impressed by Ilme Iafesf edifion of KIAMICHI ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. 5222 ' ' . ZS E BETTEIQ 1 N 'II1 P P fc T R I G 2nd4gI.cI 7lEjIgwa Serving Ihe Rural Area WHI1 Low Cos+ M L E R N Dependable EIec+rici+y Wilburfon ,EI ig ff L S A f2'?fW-.gi .T 'ef ff -I TT . 4 A ' A ' A 5-el IERR F521 'C 'li ' Ci Member FDIC WILBURTON STATE BANK 200 DRUMBS HAI RSTYLING SALON 'Beauiy is our Business' i Thelma Drumb - Owner 264 N' McAIes'I'er 423-2696 HczIIman PRINTING CUMPANY Commercial and Offsef Prin+ing 427 E. Wyandoiie 423-4I I9 McAIes+er 9 Res+auran+ ' ConsI'rucI'ion TExAco STATION - Mobile Service ' Ready Mix Concrefe ' Trucking Service .115 C0 -' RCWLAND ENTERPRISES 227 W. Main ' 465-2969 aio W. Main 465-2374 WiIbur'ron Oklahoma WiIburIon BUDDY'S DRIVE-IN 465-3 I47 Wilburfon "MounI'aineers Favori+e" .LK , ,A ,Tl Above - PauIa Iviarfin Irighii pays Jerry Smiih for her coIces. V Leif - Jerry Chrisiopher picks up his hof chocoiafe behind Ihe ' 1 , coun+er af Buddy's. RHOTEN'S PHILLIPS 66 , CHIEF Mom' ,, Refrlgerafed Free Television . . . A+ Phillips 66 . . . "H"s Performance Thai Coun+s" Near Cgarlifon Lake Wilburfon PHILLIPS 3I2 W. Main 465-299i DRIVE-IN Open 7 Days a Week 3I6 W. Main 465-3732 Tires, BaH'eries, Accessories Wilburlon FIRST NATICJNAL BANK OF McALESTER Uidest Bank In Southeastern Oklahoma g A " ' ', L ,. ' -1 . I 1 - I I - -1 Hiifaviiim LWlM1I11L111111111'111211- r sf . I 17 1' 1111.1 X fu: 11 1 i I I ' ' flgxx lla 'e'e1l111111111lT1o f - i' 3 THE 'SPCQI-' WOOD'S DRUG Sou+heas1'ern OkIahoma's 'a'9e5" iam? Shop fo' lol E. choefaw 423-4333 al' You' Sewmg needs' 102 E. Carl Alben 423-57:2 Eh:i:351i3s?:n+er McAles+er McAIes+e" Gafnduw Ken and Hueanna Duff, owners of The Spool, hold one of The Wifh lhe helpful assisfance of Modeen Afkins. Danny Askew Viking sewing machines fha? won fhem a 'rrip io Sweden. selecls a box of candy. 202 JAY'S FOOD MARKET Open 8-6:30 M 'Ihru F Sal. 8-7:30 IZ4 W. Main 465-2075 Wilburlon DAN'S AUTO SUPPLY Home owned by Dan and Jean Tesla 935 Penn Harlshorne CULP'S PIANO CO. "Come See Us For Everylhing in Music" 6 and Choclaw 423-6488 McAles'rer Oklahoma BILL RIEDT FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE CO. 3Il Easl' Choclaw Phone GArden 3-4857 McAlesl'er, Oklahoma LITTLE DIXIE WIG IMPORTS Tandy Town Shopping Cenler McAlesI'er Verva Frommie, Owner Jo Ann Guazdauslcy, wig s+yIis'I al' LiHle Dixie, sfyles a fall for Melissa Frommie. Complimenls of LONGS KASH 81 KARRY "Where Friendly Service Coun+s" JOHN LONG - Dealer 934 Penn Harlshorne GRAND LEADER DEPARTMENT STORE "Shop in Our Slore For New and Firsl Oualily Merchandise" Penn Ave. 297-2575 Harlshorne Grand Leader employee Rhonda Hubbard helps Debbie Collins 'ro selecl a dress. Carpets by Congoleum Wilburton, Oklahoma Congrafulafions 'ro Eas+ern S+a+e's I972 Graduafing Sophomores - WiIbur+on Plani' Employees 204 MINNIE'S PLACE Fea+uring H'alian and American Foods Minnie Peccio - Owner 423-I844 Krebs, Okla. For Insurance Thai' lnsures COCKE MOTOR CO. See Minnie N. Cobb, Agen'I' Sales . . . Service 465-2022 Wilburfon 220 W. Main 465-237i Wilburfon L THOMAS BROTHERS LUMBER AND SUPPLY sgifi v P 0 9 vii 465-296i "AII Kinds of Building Maferiai and Waier Pumps" 2 i 8 E. Main Wilbur+on Minnie Cobb icenferi gives experf advice abou? insurance premiums fo Carla Liirle Uei+J as Carol Wagoner waiciies. ROY'S CARDI NAL FOOD STORE Wes+ o'f'Cii'y 465-2452 Wilburion, Okla. Be1'l'1 Sufion receives friendly service from sfore employee Sieve Turner as he 'ro+als her groceries. BEN FRANKLIN'S Na'I'ionaIIy Known Locally Owned JACK'S CLEANERS FAST SERVICE 465-240I II7 E. Main WiIburI'on I47 E. Main 465-25I I COCKE HARDWARE Wilburfon AND FURNITURE "EveryI'hing for Ihe home" I37 E. Main 465-2962 WiIburI'on HUTCHISON AND SON GROCERY Norfh McAIesI'er, Oklahoma Wifh Ihe aid of Ben Franklin employee I'IarIey Whi'l'e. Be'Hy Grego chooses a sfuffed animal. I TAT? I i7"7G.7' 5355'IIf557E?5"5I"' 'IZ III'.fFl.-'f1Q"11'tiTi.II I5i""I- I'-lE'i1:.i'L'Z?!ffj :1Tf IT'III5'.'---xii-' 'vig il ' pix 53721 .7.lIi,,t - J V X 5.1 .J Q.. fi, , --ii-, if,q.:f.,g . A -, if ,- -- I .-I , ,Jig 5 1 I ' I I Before going abou? his dufies, Public Service Manager Don Abernafhy Irighfl pauses To speak wi'rh BiII Thomas. ! n lm'- oi, 9 V ig J 3 Q PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF OKLAHOMA 205 206 WITT'S CARDINAL DISCOUNT PHARMACY I YIIU'IIE IIIIT "THE BEST EOR LESS" A FRIEND IIT II.B.M. Hours: 9:00 To 8:00 Lg S d I: : M- un ays 00 Io 6 oo CIMJNATIONAL BANK OF MCALESTER Barnes WiH', R. Ph. Pai' WHT, R. Ph. WiIburI'on 465-3965 ' MIKE D. EMBERTY'S FINA SERVICE Open 7 days a week "Your car is our business . . . Our Service is your business" TP Hwy. 2 Sou'II1 WiIburI'on ASH MORE'S wARD'S RANCHES 8. SERVICE STATIONS McAIesI'er ' A S'Iree+ and Parkway 'T' Q ' ' A S'I'reeI' and WasI1ing'I'on I . - V ' 32 Nor'rI1 Main Breeders of RegisI'ered Herefords RESTAURANT - Shown above is Royai Sainf, champion buII of The Regisfer of Merii' I N' ISI Hereford Show in Denver, Colorado. Co-owners of The bull incIude MCAIGSTQTT Randy Ward Isecond from IefTI. and Mrs. Randy Ward Ififfh from Ieffi. BLANKS-LACKEY Whirlpool - RCA Sales and Service Housewares - Gills Tandy Town 423-I394 McAIes'I'er Oklahoma DICK TURNER FURNITURE and APPLIANCE Supplier of Washing Machines for Eas+ern Oklahoma Siale 3I9 E. Chocfaw McAIes+er, Oklahoma ' I PIZZA H UT i I I Dine-in - Carry-oui' 6I I E. Carl Alberl Parkway M 423-694i McAIesI'er Preparing pizzas al' Ihe Pizza I'Iu+ are II-rl Rlchard Woolever. asslsl- ani manager: Mike Joyce, manager? and Sieve Rains. 2 SIMMSfMOORE LUMBER COMPANY Phone: 423-2048 Phone: 423-2049 mscounr centenary Open Monday lhrough Sa+urday 9I5 S. Main McAleS+er 9 AM' - 9 PM. l530 S. Main 423-I789 McAles+er aw, fs' 'SY r, eelrlwlw. MOBILE HOMES P W WEA P 5 lixxlkk - W- THE sgsrlrdn X' I' 'I H 'Ha mlm P.O. Box 74 Q,,,,,f. I l Qlal fm 1 5 Melvyn Rock US 69 By-Pass Nor+h K an - ""N' "-' 534 24 Res. 423-2930 McAIes+er. Okla. E ,,,, . ' WILBURTON KIWANIS CLUB lffaivxx uf 'K' X l- l Q36 -:il QNP-19" 'fzllf Presiclenl' Secre+ary Dr. J. M. Duffey Hoyf Duncan Presiden+- Elecl' Treasurer Guinn Hood Roberl Doan Vice-Presidenl' Bill Welch EL WQN ME. GENERAL CDNTRACTUR RIJUTE 2 WILEURTDN. DKLA. 74575 B u I L! AFSRJI N cs s wig Q i 4 l 1 5 I , , I i "g1L.:,3,-A LL: " ri P - . - N ?,,Y..Y1:'uL:-'l v -51112. V . WI . :..,: w l ,Z ,I z ,.., L ., :Y 14 p V 1 1 4. z.. ll f 1 ,1 , ll7lWP-,?H.."Jrf--P631 4 f In I ' ' 1' ' ' l lm: 13, Fug miomnmu - " i l , X A: ji- : 1 Across The Srreel .......... Al Moore's Pharmacy .,....... American Bank of Commerce .. Angelo's Arr House .......... A-OK Morel .......... Aufomofive, Inc., The .... . Bank of Harlshorne and Haileyville ........... Bank of Red Oak .... ... Ben Franklin's Sfore ........... Bill Reidl Furnilure ...,...,... Bill Thompson Typewrirer Service Blanks-Lackey .,.......... . . Briggs Prinling .... Brown Shoe Fit Bruce TV ......,........... Buddy's Drive-ln ............. Burke's Furnifure and Hardware Busy Bee Mobile Homes ....... Chief Morel ....,............ Coca-Cola Company ......... Cocke Hardware and Furnilure. Cocke Molor Company ....... Congoleum Carpel ........... Culp's Piano Company .... Dan's Aulo Supply ...... Demac Builders Supply .... Dick Turner Furnilure .... Down The Srreel ......... Drumbs Hairsfyling Salon ...... Duran 8: Duran ............... Firsl Nalional Bank and Trusl' Company ....... . ......... Flower Box .. Index of Adver+ising FosTer's Flowers ....... Gene's Red Bud ........ Goldberg and Joseph .... Golighlly Rexall Drug .... Grand Leader ........ Guy's Drive-ln ...... Hallman Prinling .... Handy Slop .......... Henley's Rexall Drug ...... Holel Anrone .............. Howards Discounl Cenler. ...... . Huskin's Drug Slore ........ Hurchison and Son Grocery ....... Jacks Cleaners ..,......... Jay's Food Marker ....... Kenlucky Fried Chicken Kiamichi Eleclric Coop. lnc. . KNED .................. Larimer Counly Insurance Agency ................... . . . Larimer Counly News Tribune ...,. LiHle Dixie Wig Borique .......... LiHle's Kerr McGee ........ Long's Kash and Karry .... Mar+in's Variery Slore ... Marvel Phofo ............ McAles+er Cable TV ........ McAles+er Daily Democral .,.... McAles'rer News Capilal .... McCar+ney Texaco .............. Mike D. Ember+y's Fina Service .... Miller Glass ............... Minnie s Place ................., Nalional Bank ol McAlesTer ....... Oklahoma Fruilr and Vegalable Company ..................,. Ola's Needlecrafl ............... Olasco ......................,. Pale Consfrucrion Company ...... Pa+fye's Sryle Shop .............. Pizza Hur ...................... Public Service Company of Oklahoma .............. Ray's Discounl' Shoes ...... Rho'ren's Phillips 66 .............. Robbers Cave Srale Park Reslauranl ......... .. ..... Rowland Enlerprises .......,..... Roy's Cardinal Food Srore ........ Simms-Moore Lumber Company . .. Sky-Vu Molel ................... Spool, The ....,.......... Sfachmus Agency ......... Talbo+'s Flowers and Gills ........ Thomas Brorhers Lumber and Supply ................... Ward's Ranches and Service Slalions .......,......... Wilburlon Kiwannis Club Wilburlon Lions Club .... Wilburlon Oullef ...... ,. Wilburlon Srale Bank .,.. Williams Shoe Srore ....... Wi++'s Cardinal Discounl Pharmacy ............ Wood's Drug Srore ........ Wynn's Deparrmenl Slore ........ Yourman Jewelers ......... The lufure of Soufheasfern Oklahoma in The hisforic Speak- s Room of lhe na1'ion's capifal in Washingfon. D. C. are House lhe Honorable Carl Alberl and Dr. James M. Miller. 9 I70 210 Aakhus, Mary I69 Aaron, Dan 53 Abernalhy, Don 23, I90, 205 ACADEMICS 40 - 69 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 228 Adams. Violel 5l Adkins, Rose Marie I69 ADVERTISING I88 - 208 ADVERTISING INDEX 209 AFFILIATION OF CHRISTIAN STUDENTS IO6 AFRO-AMERICAN STUDENT UNION I I7 AGGIE CLUB I I2 Akins, Kennelh I47, I69 Alberl, Carl 209 Albrighl, Helen 56 Albrighl, Jimmie I56 Allred, James I56 Allen, Billy I90 Allen, Henry 63, II6, l25 Allen, Roberl Bruce I I6. I69 Allen, Virginia I56 Alumbaugh, Dale I69 General Index Ambler, Mark 20, I49, I50, I69 Ammons. Barbara 35, I69 Anderson, Daniel lI2 ANGEL FLIGHT I I3 Angeli, Danny I84 ANNUAL STAFF 76 - 77 " Appling, Lui I69 Armslrong. Rusly ll2 Ashmore, Ed 55, 83, l62 Askew, Agnes 50 Askew, Danny I52, I56, 20l, 220 Askew, Huey I90 ATHLETICS I3I - l53 Alkins, Lynn 2I, II5, I56 Alkins, Modeen 20l Alor, Floyd I49, I69 Ausmus, Jim I69 Auslin, Barbara 49 Auslin, Brenda 7, 39, 56, 80, 8l, 83, I22, I69, IBO, I96 Auslin, Viola II7, I69, I72 Back, Frank 63. I84 Back, Jo Ann 49 Bagwell, Jeannine 8, I69 Bailey. Dennis 226 Bailey, Jess 57, I84, I90 Bain, Roberl 55, I I I Baker, Karen 78. 83, 85, I69, 225 Baldwin, Ania I56 Balenline, Audrey 60, IO6, l60, 22I, 225 BAND 83 Banks, Troy 2I, I l7, I27, 221 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION I29 Boolh, Preslon 53 Bosl, Armon 43 Bowen, Kay I70 Bower, Darlene I70 Bowman, Jerome I70 Bexley. Reuben B. I47, I48 Boyd, Palricia 55, 74, 79 Booze, Rev. Nelson I05 Bradley, Jim 73, I56, 99 Bradshaw, Jim 20, 73, I47 Bramlell, Bobby I43 Branum, Marsha 3l, I70 Brallon, Harmon 20, I56 Bray, Joyce I70 Brewer, Linda I94 Brewer, Oliver I94 Bridgman, Keilh I5I, I56 Broaddus, Goodwin Jr. 43 Barnell, Lisa l5, 20, 73, 78, 79, 85, B6, 91.93, 96, IOI. I2O, I56, 222 Barnhill, Dale I26, I69 Barron, Michael 22, 3l, IO8, IO9, I29, I56 BASEBALL l42 - I45 BASKETBALL I32 - I38 Balzel, Raymond IO, I70 Beck, Bill 73 Beck, Debbie 8, I70 Bell, Janel 76, I I5, I70, 228 Bell, Jimmy I70 Bell, Ora Lee 7 Bell, Ronnie I70 Belz, Palricia III, I70 Brock,iVernon I70 Brooks Bill II4, I43, I56 Brooks,.Mike I49 Brown, Barbara l28, I70 Brown, Charlie I90 Brown, Dickie I44, I70 Brown, Don 67, l35, I36 I43 I45, I90, 224 Brown Brown Brown James E. I56 Juanila 57, I07 Paul S. I70 ' Brumlield. Paul 83, I70 Ben nell, Benlley, Benlon, Benlon, Benlon, Ron I90 Rosalea 5l Barry 23, 36, I70 Joy I70 Linda I70 Bernhardl, Pam I70 Belles, Dale 60, I84. I90 Belles, Janel l22, I70 Biddie, Janie I56 Bigbie, Linda Jane 26, 64, 72, 73, IO4. I70, l83 Billingsley, Nina 20, 73, 83, l Billy, Phyllis 83, I26, I70 Bird, Janice 80. 8l, I70 Birgani-Ebrahim-Ashrali I70 Black, Ronald I56 Blankenship, H. D. 53 Blankenship, LaVern 48 Blevins, Melvin I70 , BOARD OF REGENTS 43 Boggs, Gloria I70 Bohanon, Byron 60 Bohlmann, James 63, IO9 Bohreer, Jack I90 , Boling, Michael I79 Bond, Belly I70 Boolh, Bill 74 Brummell, Bill I84 Bryan, LaRease 5l Bryanl, Diann l5I, I56, IBO Bryce, Ronnie l57 Buchanan, Tony 9, I2, 75 II5, I39, I70 Buchanan, Vic I27 Budzinsky, Eva June I84 Bullinglon, Jim I4I Bullord. Sandra 73, 79, l0l l57, 220 Buie, Rev. Isaac 226 Bullard, Vernon I90 Burks, Oscar I84 Burks, Ronald I84 3-1' N Burns, Debra 227 Burr. Kennerh I7O Burris, Linda II7, I57 Burwell, John C. 43, 226 Busby, V. A. I84 Buller, Verlan IO4, I57 Buller. Vernon II7 Bulzer, Denise 20, I57, I6O 220 Cagle, David 2I, I48 Caldwell, Judy I7O CALENDAR GIRLS I5, 95 Campbell, Sam I57 CAMPUS LIFE I8 - 39 Candy, Judy I2, 3I, 83. I70 222 Canfrell, Leah IO, I3, 28 I7O Caram, Dan IO. II4, l23 l4O. I49, l53, I57 Carlock, RuI'h 55, 225 Carmack, Kay I57 Carollo, Nick I23 Carpenler, Sandra 226 Carler, Billy I7O Carler, Bobby I84 Carler, Floyd I7I Casey, Larry I7I Cassada, Donald I84 Caughern, Larry 29, IO9 I7I Caughern, Palli IIO, Ill I7I . Cearley, Larry I57, I6I Chambers, Thomas I2, 73 I23, I39, l69, I7I Chandler, Larry I7I haney, Gregory 34, 72, 73 85, I57, I66. 22l, 94 hannell, Sieve 73, IO7, I I4, I23, I39. I57 halham, Cheryl I29. I7I I94. 226 ,f 1.-' , ,Q ' 41" iw, fr I if 'I Chalham, Pam 20, 3I, 73, IO6, I 2 I . I 7 I Chealham, Twyla I7I CHEERLEADERS 86 - 87 CHI ALPHA IO5 Chism, Connie I22, I57 Chism, Thomas I84 Chlouber, Dale 64, I9O Chrislopher, Boyd II2, I7I Chrislopher, Jerry I7I, 200 Chrisfy. Jack I58 Chronisler, Phyllis 94, II5 I7I CHURCH OF CHRIST FELLOWSHIP CLUB I22 Church, Dr. Lloyd I90 Clampel, Gary I7I Clark, Phyllis I7I CLASSES l55 - IB7 CLASS OFFICERS I57, I69 ClemenI'e, Dan I86 Clemenle, Doris I84, I86 Clilron. Kay 33 Cloyd. Clillon I58 Cobb, Minnie 204 Codding, Brad I6, I58 Coffee, Keilh I7I Cole, Don I72 Cole, James 2I, I72 Cole, Thelma 7, II7, I72 Coley, Beverly I72 COLLEGE COUNCIL 46 47 COLLEGE CHORUS 82 Collie, Lee Ann lFludl 83, I58, I66 Collin IV, Tom 7, 78, 80, 8I 83, I22, I72 Collins, Debra 23, 78, 79, I72, I79, 202 Collins, Lloyd I84 Collins, Michael I58 Cominskey, Lena 50 Comslock, Evelyn 83 Conroy, Harry P. 43 CONTENTS, TABLE OF 3 Cook, Slella 5I Q Cooley, Opal 50 Cope. Harrison I2O Cope, June 46. 47, 57 Corvin, Claude 62, I85 Colhern, Ernesl A. I58 Cousins, Lela I58 Courlney, Melinda 20, I26, I72 Covinglon, Belly I49, I58 Cowan, Carol I72 Cowley, Marlha I72 Cox, Cafhy Ferrell I I I, I5l, I73 Cox, Charles I84 Cox, Johnny I58 Cox, Kay I72 Crall, Glenn I72 Crane, Beverly 39, IO4, I72 Crawley, Gary II2, I27 Crawley, Ronnie II, 73, I72 Crum, Tawanna 5, 20, 87, l2l, I27, l5l, I58 Culberson, Connie I72 Culwell, Larry I58 Culwell, Marilyn I58 Cunningham. Carolan II I72, 227 Cunningham, Rodger I73 cupp, J. R. 21, 146. I59 Curlis, Ed 63, IO9 Curlis, Laura I59 Curfis, Mary III, I73 Curlis, Zella I59 lbll, r 1l If I I F 4 .1 - I-'T?.A'av I . L :' V ,, WL' is J-f r. - , , ' r ILT. V 'J ' 3- 7, W, IE' . .V:gQ g,l,: V E, I ,fxi .mm I i l 27275 Q , ' ,s.. M '.. liiw lk? P I- I ' 11:50-'ti- f . X T V. I RTK .ffllsrf 'I f' , I L, Dailey, James l9O Danel, Ernie I22 Daniels. Sandy I85 Daugherly, Lynn C. I73 Davenport Sharon I59 Davis, Floyd I73 Davis, Jo 28. I27, l5l, I53 I49 Davis, Pal 48 Davis, Paula I29 Davis. Tom, I69, I73 Dawson, Rickey 83, I I6, I22 I73 DEBATE 85 DECA I IO - I I I Deen, Roger I08, IO9. I73 Deerinwarer, George I45 Dees, Mary 20, 36, 73, IO0 I59 Dempsey. Jo I73 Dennis, Barry IO9 Dennis, Marilyn I75 Dickerson, Gay 38, I2I, I69 I73, I79 Dickerson, Vicki I73 Dickson, Raymond I73 Dighlon, Annelle I73 Dingler, Gary 83, I73 Dobbs, Cecil 53 Dobbs, Rulh 50 Dobinski, David I73 Donley, Edna II9 DORMS 68 - 69 DORM COUNCILS 20, 2I DORM MOTHERS 2I DORM OFFICERS 20, 2I Doyle, Sam I86 DRAMA 78 - 8I Draper, Bill 56 Draper, Mary 49 Duff, Hueanna 20l Dull, Ken 59, 2OI Duke, Terry IOO, II4, I34, I35, I37, I38 Duncan. Herman E. 43 Duncan, Hoy? 6I Duncan, KaI'hAnn I22 Dunham. Dell I48, I5I, I73 Dunlap, Dr. E. T. 43 Dunn, Donald I85 Duranl, Ann lRichardsonl 36. I73 Duranl, Larry I35 Duran+, Slella 83 Durbin, Debra I73 Dwiggins, Donald I73 Dwiggins, Ricky, I22, I73 Eagan, Jean I73 Easler, Lelhal 53 Easrwood, Alice I73 Easlwood, Sharon I73 Echols, Dean I73 Echols, Pal I73 Edmonds, James I73 Edwards, Danny I59 Ellingron, Sleven I20, I59 Ellis, Veronica II7, I72, I73 Emerson, Sharilyn 58, I72 I73 English, Exall 43 Enis, Ed 64, II2, I90 Enis, Rich I95 Ensley, Roger I73, I75 EPILOGUE 218 - 227 Eudy, Gary I40 Evans., Clene I94 Evans. Rick I43, I53 EVENING STUDENTS I84 Evicks, Ted 98, II2 Ezekiel, Phyllis I73 Ezell, Arlhur II7, 123, I35 I73 Faclory, Ray I00 FACULTY 54 - 67 Farley. Kennelh 73, 74, 75, I I5 Farmer, Mike I85 - Farzaneh, Baba Ali I73 FEATURES 88 - IOI FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES I23 Ferrell, Kalhy lCoxl I I I, l5I I73 Fields, Roberf I73 FINE ARTS 84 Finney, W. D. 43 Fisher, Ronald T. I73 Floyd, Mary I82 Flud, Lee Ann lCoIliel 83. I58 Foor, Alice 65 Ford. Busler I90 Ford, Jerri 64 Ford. Millon I9O Ford, Ronald 43 FORESTRY CLUB IO8 - IO9 Forkner, Brenda I5, 97, III. I73 Formby, Calhy I52, I68, I74 Forwoodson, DeRoy I90 Fosler, Carol I74 Fosler, Mike I32, I35, I47 Fosler, Sieve 22 Fowler, Charles I53 Fowler, Donna IO5, I06, I59 Freeman, Charles D. 83, I48 French, Sherman I90 FRESHMAN I69 - I83 Fridrnan, Jo Hanna I I I, I74 Fridman, Roll I59 Frilze, James 38, 46, 47, I26 Frommie, Melissa 9, 33, I74 Fry, Lonnie I74 Fry, Terry 73, II2, I48, I49. 2 Gable, G. Ellis 43 Garigin, James I74 Garland, Linda I05, IO6, I74 Garner, Bill 47 Garner, Delberl I90 Garner, Teresa 56, I74 Garrell, Don 20, 72, 73, l00, I09, I22, I59, I65 Garrison, Sharon I74 Gary, Joe F. 43 Galeley, Glen 99, II4, I23, I43, I44, I49, I59 Gauzdausky. Bonnie I85 Geiger, Gene 25, I29, I59, 22I Genlry, Janice 20. 73, I57, 226 Giacomo, Paula 83, I74 Gianini, Calhy I74 Gibson, Gary 33, 59, II7. I90 Gibson, Ron 59 Gibson, Slephen 20, I74 Gilberl, Jamie 83, I28, I59 Gilrealh, Vera 23, 78, 85, I74 Glenn, Junior I35 Gleese, Denise 20, I59 Glover, Ronald I47 Golf, Thena IO4, I22, I7I. I74, 225 Goldberg. Sam I90, I93 Golighlly, Larry I96 Goodbear, Roberl I26 Goodner, Jerald I90 Gordon, Linda Ill, I74 Gordon, Wayne I46, I47 Governor 42 Gowand, Elma 2I Gowdy, Billy R. 43 Grandsfafl, Bobby Neil I59 Grassman, Zula 2I Graves, Johnny III, II7, Gray, Carrie I74 Green, Gary I27 Greene, Rira Kay III Grego, Belnly 26, 72, 73, 83, I28,. I69, I74, 205 Grego, Kalhy 73, 83, II8. I28, I58, I59 Griiiilh, Pam 7I, IIB, l2I. I28, I57, I59, I6I Grimmell, Sherrie lTayIorl I5, 96, I5O, 224, I8I Grove, Roberl Pele I74 Guazdausky, Jo Ann 202 Guenlher, Dororhy IO7, I74 Guenlher, Herman I74 Gulley, Pam.223 Guliley, Slanley II4, I43, ' 149 Gulhery, Jo lWhisenhun+l 20, I24 Gulhery, Lemuel 73, I24, I25, I59 Gulhrie, Don 63, I25 Gulhrie, Elaine I28, I74 Hackman, Jean Belh I29 Hair, Ronald Glen I74 Hairrell, Douglas I59 Halberl, George I74 Hale, Carrie II7, I6O Hall. Gov. David 42. 45 Hall, Larry I43 Hamby, Lela 50 Hamby, Versil 53 ' Hamillon, Annie Mae 53 Hamillon, Blaine I27 Hamilion, Cooie 53 Harnillon, Edifh 50 Hamillon, Forresl 47, 64, II2, I90 Hamilfon. Joyce I07, I74 Hamillon, Larry 22, 26, 32, I59 I74 77, II5, I6O, I93 Frye. Paul 53 Graves, Lillie I74 l"l6rnillOf1. Pauline 54 Fuerlsch, Ray 60, I24 X Fuller, William Mike I25 I' I 9 1 I S fi " g if ' ni l xfi f 4 ...-Q ' A I ,Uv 'QQQ' T, 8' A 1 , V .- J. , .iv t lv. 4EE,, .rin ,cw I . . ,ir r-I ,Y IJ' , Y, -fa Q , f Y ' ,- Vi ,.,, . In ,,-44 -N., I- I yy N -I , i Z A T ' 'Q A 5 .. ,-Z. Q Q ,,. Z I? -493523, 'l2"f' ' 5' -X' ,.,g5. ,, " 4 I - rv . ,I 'I' rfli afxlx , 7 X X n - 1- R I t ' ,ll X L ., -I' if I A f i Xi YV xx 7 - f- x my y I . .- .1 N -fx :ls f r l , ',.,-' :il-. 'Q he I , , - .,,- -'v-' X419 ,5'I,- x , .?1.w,Q: Y- r ,f,T.., .Mix if , 1 Hendrix, Jim I22, I75 Hamplon, Ellen I5, 97, I74 Hanes, Randy I74 Hanna, Sleven I74 Harden, Jimmy I74 Harden. Marlha 50 Harmon, Carolyn I60 Harp, Garry I74 Harp, Palricia Il8, I74 Harris, Fred 'I74 Harris, Jimmy 5 Harris, John Lee I60 Harris, Linda 83, I28, l60 Harris, Virgie 73, I I7, I6O Harrison, James 5 Harrison, Ruby I74 Harrman. Ralph 222' Halridge, Jean I74 Halridge, Vicfor l60 Hayden, Marlyne 65 Healey, Burke 43 Hedrick, Gary I75 Heer, John l58, I60 Helmerl, Jim 47, 6I Hell, Allen I6, 83, I22, I75 Hendrix, Ed 46, 47, I90, 222 Henery, Marilyn 84, IOI l5I, I6O Henry, Gary I60 Henry, Pam I53, I75 Henslee, Dwayne I60, I76 Hensley, Gary I75 Herndon, Jim I40 Herring, Jerry Neal I75 Hewerl, Gary I75 , Higginboiham, Richard I74 Higgins, Rhonda 20, I75 Hilburn, Fayola 5I Hilburn, Richard Dale I6O Hilburn, Tommie I75 Hill. Roger I I I Hines, Bill 53, I90 Hoehman, Louise II6 Hogan, Frank 57, I90 Hogan, Willie 52 Hokil, Laura 50 Holbird, Wilma 49 Holiday, Linda I75 Holland, Barbara I60, 227 Holland, Belly 64 ri Holland, John 6I Holland, Lorelia lSensibaughl I07, I66 Holland, Lowery IO7, II4, I23, I6O Hollingback, Columbus 53 Holly. Connie 5l Holi, Tom l60 HOMECOMING 24 - 25 HOMECOMING FINALISTS 9I HOMECOMING QUEEN 90, 94 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB IO4 HONORS BANQUETS 38 - 39 Hools, Harry II4, I23, I39 Hoover. John David I60 Horn, Nina I75 I'lOuk, Linda IO, II2, I75 Houser, Marion 37, I48. I75 Howard, Charles I I I Howard, Commy I I I Howard, Gary I75 Howard, Larry I76 Howard, Rev. Tony I07 Howze, Harland l6I Hubbard, Marsha I22, I6l Hubbard, Rhonda 202 Huddlesfon, Nancy I76 Hudgens, Gary I26, I76 Hudson, Bobbye 46 Hudson, Linda lJohnsonI I2 20, I60, I6I, 224 Hudson, Sieve I2, 32, 99 II4, I23, l35, I6I, I64 Hughes, Wanda I76 Hulsey, Judy 48 Humphries, Michael 83 Hunnicull, Cecil 53 Hunnicull, Linda I6I Hunl, Ollie 5I Humler, Paulelie 36, I6I 223, 226 Hunler, Ken 'I99 Hurd, Shirley II7, I76 Huskey, Grani I76 1 . 1""' I .- -, L In J? I il -X I " L 7 'Ea l Qi ,,,"ff. i.,D'av A X R41 I .A f' , ,,,4'l I , I f1.jfgEgyEf,y5, 2424453-.. :L K -.au JIJIQI- INDEX 2I0-2I7 INDEX OF ADVERTISING 209 INDIAN CLUB I26 Ingram, Floyd I84 Ingram, Mike I84 Ingram, Ronnie I84 INTRAMURALS I46 - I53 Ivey, Richard L. I76 Johnson, Cecilia 52, 77, l7I, I76, 225 Johnson, Debbie 94 Johnson, Ernesi 2I Johnson, Joe 73, 84. II6, I2O ,I69, I77 Johnson, Juanira 49 Johnson, Leo 73, I57, l6I l I7 Johnson, Linda lHudsonl I2, 30, I60, l6l Johnson, Marlha Ann I04, l6l Johnson, Obelia 20, l6I Johnson, S. L. II I77 Johnsion, L. A. I08, I09 I62, 172 Johnslon, Ray I90 Johnsion, Roger I62 Jones, Connie 33 Jones, Dawana Ill, I77 Jones, Freida 6I Jones, Joe II2 Jones, Owen l85, I66 Jones, Lufricia II7, I77 Jordan, Ray I85 Jackson, Darlene 20, 73, 86 I28 Jackson, Randy II2, I76 Jackson, Wally I76 Jacoby, James, James, James, James, James, Javanm Fred I76 Jerry I85 Jimmy I76 Paul I6I Richard I76 Richard 43 ardi, Kazem 22 Jefferson, Reba I26, l6l Jenning l6I Jernige s, Paul 2I, IO6, I24, n, Michael I76 Johnson, Beverly 93 Johnson, Carnell I76 Johnson, Charles l85 -.f'X J , V ,pjR1.'Z.f'R"-1 I f' A. f I "' , .X,,. I v. Joyce, Mike 207 Kamm, Roberl 44 Kamm, Sieve 44 Karner, Miles I77 Kales, Donna I5, 96, I04, I62, 224, 227 Kay, Eldon l62 Kay. Janice I77 Keck, Bob 46, 47, I90, 225 Keiih, Louise I77 Kellogg, Owen I09, I77 Kennedy, Donald 5. 43 Kennedy, Terri 25, I05 IO6, I77 Kelchum. Slanley 20, I4l, I4-9 King. James 46, 47, I90 King, Jim L. I77 fi 4 I , . ax -Z . 1 as 213 214 'PT Tm frm 'f "'f "cm i.- ,,i',-- ' "ii" iw' ' V , . ., . iL"1'!:"J ' . kr, ,,, K 1 .. . -I -, ,lm , V-v ini., Wt 41,1 K. I 35? 11,1 7 se I -V '. f T' , 94 , E. ,H ' A 1, 3 -, ss I Q., vjfggj w if X 'Vii -ff' I '5'+lqNf-.:.::.1j'.IR! . .3 g C 4 ,Jo A -I-. lug E I f ,,.1L,yi1l reg b, fri- - 1 King, Palricia 20, 162 Kirby, JaneI 177 Kirby, O'DeII 199 Kirkbride, Mary 20. 107, 116. 162, 222 Kirkpafrick, Ed 171 Kizziar, Barbara 177 Klemrne, David 118, 177 Kline, Gay 177 Knig1i+,Joe 14. 55, 119 Kosari, Hamid 177 Kroulil, Sieve 73, 109 LaGrone. Bob 80, 81, 83, I77 La11i, Ralph 185 Lambert Leslie 177 Langham, Randy 127 Larman, Tommy 153 LaRue, Harry 186 Lasiler, Pam 162 Lawrence, Murrie'r1'a 5 Lawrence, Waller 114, 123. 133, 135, 137 Lay, Leroy 37, 114, 123, 134, 135, 136, 138, 157, 224 Layman, Linda 177 Leafhers, Jonalhan 101 Lee Arnela 128 Lee Bob 109, 162 Lee Carla 127, 151, I77 Lee Lee, Romain 162 William Carver 20, 127 Lenz, Joyce 84, 177 LETTERMEN'S CLUB I 14 Lewis, Bud 127 Lewis, Phillip 177 Lindsley, Don 12, 114, 139. 162, 168, 152 Linville, Ruby 51 LIONS CLUB 190 LiI11e.Car1a 27, 76, 115, 177, 204 LiI'r1e, Don 20, 162 Loar, Bill 55, 111 Loar, Sara 56 Logan, Sieve 143, 144 Logue, Gregory 177 Loman, George 125, 162 Long, Ronnie 177 Lorey, Forresi 50 Love, Michael 31, 163 Lowe, James B. 43 Lowery, David 123, 132, 135, 144, 163 Lowery, Max 60 Luis, Eddie 177 Lybarger, Pai 78 Mackey, Mary Frances 177 Maddox, Leland 111, 177 Mader, Mariha 16, 177 Maalewell, Ida 177 Malone, Margarel 28, 77 104, 127, 151,163 Manek, Billy 177 Manley, Curfis 61 Manson, Charles 114, 123 133, 134, 135, 137, 138 163 Man'roo+h, Karen 75, 177 Marlow, Louis 163 MARTIAL ARTS CLUB 1 I6 Mar'Iin, John D. 177 Marfin, Paula Jean 106. 177 200 Marfindale. Jerry 28 Marvel, Fred 194 Mason, Cornell 147 Masoner, James 177 May, Mildred 186 Maynard, Johnnie 177 Mead, Glenn 101, 163 Means, Dr. Hobari 47, 226 Means, Slephen 225 Meek, Jay 20, 163 Melancon, Rufh 178 Mendenhall, Meredilh 20 76, 178, 197 Mengers, Burion 178 MESDEMOISELLES I28 Miller, Chris 140, 141 Miller, James Dr. 44, 45, 47, 221, 224, 225, 190, 209 Miller, Jayna 45 Miller, John Marcus 45, 98 Miller, Nancy llfmrna Janel 38, 39, 45, 225 Mills, David Michael 178 Mills, June 50 Mills, Sandra 163 Mincher, Richard 33, 163 Milchell, James 178 Mifchell, Sieve 178 Mixon, Tom 6.21, 163 Mize, Theresa 178 Monks, Troy 29 Monigomery, Frederick 146, 147, 178 Moore, Ann 20, 38, 91, 92, D 94, 99, 105, 106, 121, 163 Moore, David 146, 153 Moore, Charlolie 1Whea'rl 182 Moore, Eddie 163 Moore, Lulla Belle 22, 117 Moore, Marva Jo 5, 178 Moore, Ronnie 80, 81 Morgan, Hazel 56, 118, 119 Morgan, Howard 16 Morgan, Wanda 127, 153, 178 Morris, Joseph 43 Morris, Pamela 178 Morrow, Marianne 186 Morlon. Blame 148 Morion. Deena 1Sanders1 83 163 Morion, Dennis 163 Moseley, Jeanne 186 Mosman, Brad Wayne 178 Mowdy, Jerry 163 MU ALPHA THETA 124 MusseH, Michael 178 Myers, Gary 178 Myers, Jack 178 McCabe, Esler 51 McCabe. Gary Dale 178 ,. . HI, . 1 , 1, 5 , 4:!iEmi'.1il' . . ,ig '. - -, Q,.-A"rf:3ig'I,'1i.j 'T ' AJ! ' McCabe, Vernon 53 Mccalib, David 193 McCann, Phillip 163 McCan'rs, Kay 163 McCauley, Michael Clark 1 1 1, 178 McClain, Don 62 McClain, Joyce 178 McC1e11an, James 116 McC1e11an, Gerald 222 McCollum. Parrick 178 McCormick. John 62 McCors1'in. J. S. 51 McDaniel, Curiis 73. 151 McDonald, Bernice 84, 178 McDonald, Denion 22, 73, 105, 178. 106 McElroy, Tim 20, 31, 74, 75, 77,1I5.163. 166 McEn1'ire, Del 175' McEuin, Danny 35, 109 McFarland, Ruby 21 McGee, Paul 77, 115, 148, 172, 178 McGee. Ronnie 147 McGehee. Roger 12, 178 McGuire. Bridgie 153, 178 Mclnlire, Forresl' 43, 44 Mclniosh, Edna 107 Mclnlyre, Pake 127, 175 McKinney, Lois 117, 118, 119 McLemore, Lindall 163 McMahan, Breii 178 McMi11en, Kevin 143 McNack, Ron 152 Nassiri. Ebrahim 163 Nayebabbas, Ali 223 Naylor, Jane 48 Neal, Willie Mae III, 178 Nelson, Jr., J. B. 73. 126, 178 O'Dell, Roy 29. l52, I64 Nelson, Vicki l5, 97, I26, I78 Newman, Davelie 30, I27, I48, I64 Newman, Miller I86 Newman, Sieve l23 Newson, Edna 5l NEWSPAPER 74 - 75 Nimrod, Pam l78 Nix, Edith 5I Nixon, Jerry I78 Nohelly, Floyd 53 Noley, Virginia 5l Norron, Mona IO7, I78 Nolley, Roger 27. 83, I78 Nowakowski, Michael II4, I23, l78 Nowlin, Zane 46, 47 Odle, Allen I53 Odom, Buddy 54, I64 Oliphant James Carl 32 On-The-Hill, Parricia I26, I78 ORGANIZATIONS I03-I29 OH, Sharon I29 Oulds, Pairicia 98, II7, I57, I64 Owens, Florence I78 Owens, Roberl 8, l5l Page, Jim I42, I43 Page, Judy I79 Russell Monroe 58 Fred I86 . Jack I I I , Dwighl I2, 24, I39. Ronald 20. I52. Parish, Connie IO, 74, Il5, I79 Parish, Diana I79 Parish, Judy 73, IO4, IO7. I28, I79, 222 Parker, Bob I86 Parker, Rodney I79 Parkinson, Deborah I5l, I79 Parks, Linda I64 Parrish, Gary 73, I64 Parrish, Rick 79, I79, 220 Pafe, Wilma 48 Pailerson, David IO, 20, 34 Parierson, Linda 5, I28. I79 Pearl, Louis l2, II4, I23, I39, l4O, 164 Perkins, Sherrill l5, 96, I79, I83 Perkins, Keifh Ill, I48, l5O Perryman, Jane l28, I79 Peiers, Ken I43 Pellir, Addie Mae 59, I87 PHI BETA LAMBDA l2I Phillips, Jena 20. I64 Phillips. Mike I27 Pickens, John I26 Pink, Jeanelfe l5. 97, I64 Pinkerfon, Jerry I64 Pi+chIord, Bexla I79 Pilfman, Claude I33, I35, 'I64 Piffman, Richard I79 Poe, Sfephen Anfhony I79 Polk, Mike 28, 34, 73, I64, 227 Polk, Marlha I79, 226 Porfer, Sandra 24, 90, 94, IOO, II7, I53 Powell, Jimmy I64 Powell, Nadine I79 Power, Andy I80 Power, Waller I64 Powers, Lynn I95 Prarer, Kalherine I49, I80 Prenlice, Maryerla l5, 30, 75, 96, 99, IIS, I20, I65, I95 Prenlice, Rick 67 ,X it , ,., I. Navi, F f 1. + I J J: ... -' - il I is . - ' ,',v:,i1',r 51 ,ifif . ' I Q' I 'KZ lliiglilliii ' . Silt? I I fi 1 Mig, M ' I "' illiifi lilgili L , L "F, Iflli' ' ' IOIIII I , II mg, a-qs I ies-1'-I -' ,V 12 .I 352' I? 'i'ILfvX , ' Presfon, Leon I40 PRESS CLUB I I5 Presfon, Samuel Benson 59, I80 Price, Linda 5l Price, Wennon 5I Prince, Lela 48 Prince, Maydean I94 Prock, John 5I Prock, Linda I65 Prock, Ruby 50 Pyle, Russ I66 Quaid, Odis 47, 63 Ouinn, Johnny 2I, I I I Rager, Ken 58, 74, I90 Ragland. Susan 87, 98, IO7, l58, I65 Rains, Margarer 49. IS6, I87 Rains, Sieve 207 Raleigh, Glenda IO4, I27 I80 Ranallo, William l65 Raper, Keilh I26, I80 Rapp, Linda I65 Rarcliff, Margie III, I80 Ralliff, Marie 5l Rau, Sfanley I80 Rauniker, Frank 6I Rauniker, Paul 60, I20 Ray, Curris I80 Reager, Henry IO7, I65, I67 Reamy, Gary III, I80 Reamy, Leiann I80 Reaves, Lois 5l Reed, Helen l26 Regaldo. Bernice 65 REGENTS 43 Rex, John I42, I43 Reynolds, Susan I80 Rhodes, Belly I48, I86 Rhone, Ora lSpeedl I65, Rholen, J. K. I90 Ribbens. Larry I80 Richardson, Julia Ann lDuranfl 36, I73 Rick. Alfred I86 Rider. Waller 83, I I6 Riggin, Jerrell I80 Risenhoover, Kennerh I20 Roberis, Edward I80 Roberls, Rurh 48 Rodgers, Richard 109, l65 RODEO CLUB I27 Rogers, Carlon 73 Roland, Vance I47 Rose, Ronnie II2, I80 Rosenboom, John I6, 83, I65 Roso, Clellia 26, 83, l8l Ross. Barbara l65 Ross, Ronald l35, I47 Rosso, Barney l65 Rowe, James l65 Rowe, Laural l8l Roye, Tina I8l Royer, Beryldean I66 Rucker, Leon II7, I47, I66 Rule, Kay 32, 73, 83, 9l, I I6, I20, I28, l5O, I69, l8I Runclell, Bobbie 20, 83, I66 Rushing, Leo 38, 46, 47. 225 Russell, Wayne I90 Sanders, Deena lMor+onl 83. l63 Sanders, Roberi 37 Safierfield, Lou Riia 73, 85, .I20, I66 94 K 6 f -nvseev-6' s..,P"" X, .. - -. - '-1-jg .wg Savage, Dr. W. W. I90 Saxon, Sam I86 Scarberry, Carl I I I Schmuckee, Dianne I66 Sciires, Karl lI0, III, I8I Scoll, Barbara 33, 56 Scoll, Bill 49 Scoll, Donna I07, I76, I8I Scoll, Evelyn 32 Scoll Larry 53 Seaboll, Jim I8I Seaboll, Sherri I5, 20, 76 97, I8I, 227 SECRETARIES 48 Seeley, Dan 53 Sensibaugh, Lorella lI'lollandl I07, I66 Sellles, Gary I27 Shaddix, Joe II4, I43, I44 I49 Shaddix, Pam 76, I8I Sharp, Es+aLee 64 Shaw, Monroe I25 Sheehan, Sue I29, I68. I8I Shellon, Joe 53 Shellon. Thomas l86 Shepherd, Nelda 73.98, I I8 I28, I66 Sherrell, George I86 Shield, Nancy 32, 86, 9I, 98 l2l. I66 Shipley, Tommy 7, 20, 34 Sholar, Jean 5l Shorl, Roberl II6 Shoushlarian, Nasser I8I 223 Shullze, R. D. 224 Shuman, Peggy I05, I8I Simmons, Sue l48, I76, I8I Simms, Ronnie 20, I23, l35 Simpson, Glenda 20, 73, 99, l2l. I66. I79 Simpson, Julie l5, 25, 97, I8I, 220 Singlelon, Larry I22 Singlelon, Thaddeus I32. 3-Q if . P I 21 I35, I8I Sillel, AI 36. II4, I43, I66. I6B Sivic, Rila l28 Slack, Gene I27 Slaler, Anna 50 Slaler, Ruby 50 Slaion, Merle 2l Sloan, J. L. 7, 73, 78, II8. II9, l66, l6B Sloan. Teresa Il8, I28, I8I Small, Jess 50 Smifh, Smilh. Smilh, Smilh. Smilh. I47 Smilh. Smilh. Smilh. Smilh. Smilh, Buela 5I Houslon I90 Jerry 200 Keilh IOI, I66 Lindell II4, I23, l4O, R. J. I90 Ricky I53 Roberl I-I. 43 Rev. Thel I I5 Mrs. Thel I I5 SOCIETY OF ELECTROMECHANICAL 8iEL ECTRONIC TECHNICIANS I25 Sonaggera, Tony I67 SOPHOMORES I55 - l68 Sorensen, Connie I0, I8I Soulha Soulha Soulha Soulha rd, Bill I8I rd, Dave 56 rd, Louise 56 rd, Milchell "Slim" 52 Spadaiora, Emil I6, 20, 72, 73, 78, 79, Bl, 83. I67 Sparks, Coy I53 Spear, Spears Gary l2I, I67 , Dorolhy I86 Spears, Emery 46, 47. I26, I27, Speed Speed 83, Speer, I80 , Ora lRhonel I65 , William Ronell I4 I47, I67 Glenn I67 Spilman, Richard IO5, I06 I8I Spoils, Ron IIS. I22, I8I STAFF 50 - 53 Slandeier, Carl 53, 224 Slandridge, Douglas I8I Slanke. Thomas I8I Slanley, Richard Anlhony I25 Slaples, Paula l2l, I27, I8I Sfalon, Charles IOI, IIO, I I I, I29 Slephenson, Roger Eugene I I7' Slepp, Phil I40, l4I, I53 Slevenson, Jacky Wayne I8I Sleward. Scoll I8I Slewarl, Bobby 65, I46 Siinson, Margarer I06, I8I Slipe, Oscar I86 Slocklon, Gene I09 Siokes, Eddie I24, I67 Slone, Glen 67, I39, I4-0 Slone, Joyce 32 Slovall, Ered I90 Slubblelield. Virginia I67 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION I I8 - I I9 STUDENT SENATE 72 - 73 Suddulh, Jerry I86 Suddulh. Sylvesier I87 Sullivan, Jim 47, 58, 76, I I5. I90 Sullivan, Lillian I67 Sullon, Belh 87, I67, 204. 220 Sullon. Chesler I43 Sullon, Joan 49 Sweelin, Gail I8I Swink, Joe 2I, I67- Tabler, Bill I8I Talreshi, Abdolreza I8I Taghdiri. Mohammad bl, I67 J- I 3i'E'fi-iff.. ii N-'ani' ' f 'IVFIE' 'iii 'Ii' 0 - J . -.6 L A fig IM f 1 va . - - '5 ' gf? I S-Align 11'-zw, --- V - 77 .E gf, 3 -'Q ' T, g , 4- X Y I Ti - ,- 1, N I I . "fl, . Talbol, Ediih 48 TALENT SHOW 24 - 25 Talley, I80. Talley. Jeilie 49, 76, I22. 222 LeOr'i I22, I90, 222 Talley, Tracey 222 Ta pley, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, I 5, 9 Taylor, lvlark I22 Gayle 20, 37 Seldon I90 Sherrie IGrimme+'rl 6, l50, I8I, 224 Susan 87, I8I Temple, John I67 Templelon, Nancy I05, I8I Terry, Allen I43, I53 Tharp, Gene 53 Thomas , Dean I87 Thomas, Joe 22, 47, 67, I90 Thomas, Marguerile I8I Thomas, Palricia 56 Thomas, Bill I67, 205 Thomas, Susan 8, 34, I8I Thomas I8I on, Kay 73, I05, I06, Thompson, Edwanna I67 Thompson, Mike l48 Thompson, Sydnee l82 Thornburg, Fred 53 Thornlon, Raymond l'laroIcI 20, I67 Thornlon, Teresa I67 Thrasher, James I27 Thriil, Emogene 48 Tiger, Miller 63 Tinker, Mike III, I67 Torbell, Danny 77 Torkian. Moslala l82 Tovar, David 30, 52, I82 TRACK I39 - I4l Trammell, Shirliieanne 32, l2I, I28, l82 Trammell, Terry I67, 225 Trammell, Theresa I82 Tripp. Gerald I67 Tucker. Buddy 22, I90 Tuggle. Clifford 83, l57 Turley, Earl l40, I53 Turner, Sieve I67, l9l, 204 Turney, Larry I27, I82 Turney, Lorraine 5I Nelson, Vicki I5, 97, l26. I78 Newman, Davefle 30, I27, l48. I64 Newman, Miller l86 Newman, Sleve l23 Newson, Edna 5l NEWSPAPER 74 - 75 Nimrod, Pam I78 Nix, Edi+h 5l Nixon, Jerry I78 Nohelly, Floyd 53 Noley, Virginia 5l Norron, Mona I07. I78 Nolley, Roger 27, 83, I78 Nowakowski, Michael II4, I23, I78 Nowlin, Zane 46. 47 - - O'Dell, Roy 29. l52, I64 Odle, Allen I53 Odom, Buddy 54. I64 Oliphanl, James Carl 32 On-The-Hill, Pafricia l26. I78 ORGANIZATIONS IO3-I29 OH, Sharon I29 Oulds, Palricia 98, II7, l57, l64 Owens, Florence I78 Owens. Roberf 8, I5I Parish, Connie IO, 74, II5. I79 Parish, Diana I79 Parish. Judy 73, IO4, IO7. l28. I79. 222 Parker, Bob l86 Parker, Rodney I79 Parkinson, Deborah l5l, I79 Parks. Linda I64 Parrish, Gary 73, I64 Parrish, Rick 79, I79, 220 Pale, Wilma 48 Pafierson, David l0, 20, 34 Pafrerson, Linda 5, l28, I79 Pearl, Louis I2. ll4. I23, l39, I4O, I64 Perkins, Sherrill I5, 96, I79, I83 Perkins, Keilh Ill, I48, l50 Perryman, Jane l28, I79 Pelers, Ken I43 Pelfil, Addie Mae 59. I87 PHI BETA LAMBDA l2l Phillips, Jena 20. I64 Phillips, Mike I27 Pickens, John I26 Pink, Jeanelle I5, 97, I64 Pinkerlon. Jerry I64 Pifchford, Bexla I79 Pilfman, Claude I33. l35, 'I64 Pillman, Richard I79 Poe. Srephen Anlhony I79 Polk. Mike 2B. 34. 73, I64. 227 Polk, Marlha I79, 226 Porler. Sandra 24, 90, 94, Jim I42, I43 Judy I79 Russell Monroe 58 Fred I86 Jack l I I y. Dwighl I2. 24, I39. Ronald 20, l52, lO0, ll7, I53 Powell, Jimmy I64 Powell, Nadine I79 Power. Andy I80 Power, Wal+er I64 Powers, Lynn l95 Praler, Kafherine I49, I80 Prenlice. Maryelfa I5, 30, 75. 96, 99, II5, I2O, I65. I95 Prenlice. Rick 67 -1 . . , Ti ' 6f'9i:" 4 ,,'-:,?kil1i', Q' K .,..i-,L .ix 'ji ,E la' l l F wi . 3 'T vi' 1 - ' li Wir, f-NK rl lsll ah? xiii! ir E v E ,y!,y'g,fA ,L , ,f fri,-E '-,. ," , lgijugi Q, . f L ., ig-H i, ' ' Pl' -, ill .fix-' f-TH, i uf' v "sl, MT? ai E -'1fM"l Riflll ' Iziijv, i ,g 'J 1 1. -1 ,gi .,g'- . " , 4-Y :m ei is i ri ' 1. 'Ply' 1 Zta.. , SJ' lfiliilllilllliil A ' ?lllBil5i15ll?'ll5l. ,. 4 5 s A W . .ffz1s.'f','i-2 -Q ' 'P 4 A f " is lfilfl . -.. he f Preslon, Leon I40 PRESS CLUB I I5 Preslon, Samuel Benson 59, I80 Price. Linda 5l Price, Wennon 5l Prince, Lela 48 Prince, Maydean I94 Prock. John 5l Prock, Linda I65 Prock. Ruby 50 Pyle, Russ I66 Quaid, Odis 47, 63 Quinn, Johnny 2I, lll Rager, Ken 58, 74. l9O Ragland, Susan 87. 98, IO7. l58, I65 Rains, Margarel' 49, I86. I87 Rains, Sieve 207 Raleigh, Glenda IO4, I27 I80 Ranallo, William I65 Raper, Keilh I26. I80 Rapp, Linda I65 Ralcliff, Margie Ill. I80 Rallifl. Marie 5l Rau, Sfanley I80 Rauniker, Frank 6l Rauniker, Paul 60, l20 Ray, Cur+is I80 Reager, Henry l07, I65, I67 Reamy. Gary Ill, I80 Reamy. Leiann I80 Reaves. Lois 5I Reed, Helen l26 Regaldo, Bernice 65 REGENTS 43 Rex, John l42, I43 Reynolds, Susan I80 Rhodes, Belfy I48, l86 Rhone. Ora lSpeedl I65. Rhofen, J. K. I'-70 Ribbens, Larry I80 Richardson, Julia Ann lDuran+l 36. I73 Rick, Allred l86 Rider, Waller 83, I I6 Riggin, Jerrell I80 Risenhoover, Kennefh l20 Roberls, Edward I80 Roberls, Rulh 48 Rodgers, Richard IO9, I65 RODEO CLUB I27 Rogers, Carlon 73 Roland, Vance I47 Rose, Ronnie lI2. I80 Rosenboom, John I6, 83, I65 Roso, Clellia 26, 83, l8I Ross, Barbara I65 Ross, Ronald l35. I47 Rosso, Barney I65 Rowe, James I65 Rowe, Laural l8l Roye, Tina I8I Royer. Beryldean I66 Rucker, Leon Il7, I47. I66 Rule, Kay 32. 73, 83, 9l, I I6. l20. l2B, I5O, I69, ISI Rundell. Bobbie 20, 83, I66 Rushing, Leo 38. 46, 47. 225 Russell, Wayne l90 - - Sanders, Deena lMorlonl 83. I63 Sanders, Rober'r 37 Salferfield. Lou Rifa 73, 85. 120, I66 2 X 216 vqvsxqysj--f f 1 Savage, Dr. W. W. I90 Saxon, Sam I86 Scarberry, Carl I I I Schmuckee, Dianne I66 Scifres, Karl IIO, Ill, l8I Scolf, Barbara 33, 56 Scoii, Bill 49 Scofi Donna IO7, I76, I8I ScoI'+, ScoH Evelyn 32 Larry 53 Seaboli, Jim I8I Seaboll. Sherri I5, 20, 76 97, IBI, 227 SECRETARIES 48 Seeley, Dan 53 Sensibaugh, Loreiia lI'IoIIandI IO7, I66 Se'HIes. Gary I27 Shaddix, Joe II4, I43, I44. I49 Shaddix, Pam 76, I8I Sharp, Es'raLee 64 Shaw, Monroe I25 Sheehan, Sue l29, I68, I8l 94 Shelfon, Joe 53 Shelfon, Thomas l86 Shepherd, Nelda 73, 98, I I8 I28, I66 Sherrell, George I86 Shield. Nancy 32, 86, 9I, 98 I2I, I66 Shipley, Tommy 7, 20, 34 Sholar. Jean 5I Shorf, Roberi II6 Shoushiarian. Nasser I8I 223 Shulfze, R. D. 224 Shuman, Peggy I05, I8I Simmons, Sue I48, I76, I8I Simms, Ronnie 20, I23, I35 Simpson, Glenda 20, 73, 99, I2I. I66. I79 Simpson, Julie I5, 25. 97 I8I, 220 Singlelon, Larry I22 Singleion, Thaddeus l32 5 yy,-,M N5.,.h?:.-V Zig e0 'sg I35, I8I Siiiel, Al 36, II4, I43, I66. I6B Sivic, Riia I2B Slack, Gene I27 Slarer, Anna 50 Slafer, Ruby 50 Slaion, Merle 2I Sloan, J. L. 7, 73. 78, II8. II'-7, I66, I68 Sloan, Teresa II8, I28, ISI Small. Jess 50 Smilh, Buela 5I Smirh, Housion I90 Smirh, Jerry 200 Smilh, Keilh IOI, I66 Srniih, Lindell II4, I23, I40, I47 Smilh, P. J. I90 Smiih, Ricky I53 Smi'fh, Roberi H. 43 Smiih, Rev. Thel I I5 Smirh. Mrs. Thel I I5 SOCIETY OF ELECTROMECHANICAL 81 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS I25 Sonaggera. Tony I67 SOPHOMORES I55 - I68 Sorensen, Connie IO, I8I Souihard, Bill I8I Soufhard, Dave 56 Soulhard, Louise 56 Soulhard, Mirchell "Slim" 52 Spadaiora, Emil I6, 20, 72. 73, 78, 79, BI, 83, I67 Sparks. Coy I53 Spear. Gary l2l, I67 Spears, Dorolhy I86 Spears, Emery 46, 47, I26. I27, l8O Speed. Ora IRhoneI I65 Speed, William Ronell I4, 83. I47. I67 Speer, Glenn I67 Spilman, Richard IO5, I06, I8I Spolrs, Ron II5, I22, I8I STAFF 50 - 53 Siandeier, Carl 53, 224 Siandridge, Douglas l8I Sianke, Thomas I8I S'I'anley, Richard Anlhony I25 Siaples, Paula I2I, I27, I8I S+a'Ion, Charles IOI, IIO, I I I, l29 Siephenson, Roger Eugene I I7' Srepp, Phil 140, 141, I53 Slevenson, Jacky Wayne I8I Sleward, Scoll I8I SI'ewar'I, Bobby 65, I46 Srinson, Margarei I06, l8l Siipe, Oscar I86 Siockron, Gene I09 Sfokes, Eddie l24, I67 Sione, Glen 67, I39, I4O Sione, Joyce 32 Siovall, Fred I90 Siubbleliield, Virginia I67 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION I I8 - I I9 STUDENT SENATE 72 - 73 Suddulh, Jerry I86 Sudduih, Sylvesfer I87 Sullivan, Jim 47, 58, 76, I I5, I90 Sullivan, Lillian I67 Surlon, Be'Ih 87, I67, 204. 220 Suiion, Chesfer I43 Suilon, Joan 49 Sweeiin, Gail I8I Swink, Joe 2I, I67- Tabler, Bill I8I Tafreshi. Abdolreza l8I Taghdiri, Mohammad bl, GRUB 'r 47- ' '. " - r ,, r 7 . lg.. 3 asf.. .., J ' 'AL I Talboi, Edilh 48 TALENT SHOW 24 - 25 Talley, Jefiie 49, 76, I22. IBO, 222 Talley, Leon I22, I90, 222 Talley, Tracey 222 Tapley, Mark I22 Taylor, Gayle 20, 37 Taylor, Seldon I90 Taylor, Sherrie lGrimmei'rI I5, 96, I50, IBI, 224 Taylor, Susan 87, I8I Temple, John I67 Templelon, Nancy IO5, I8I Terry, Allen I43, I53 Tharp, Gene 53 Thomas, Dean I87 Thomas, Joe 22, 47, 67, I90 Thomas, Marguerire I8I Thomas, Palricia 56 Thomas, Bill I67, 205 Thomas, Susan 8, 34, I8I Thomason, Kay 73, I05, I06. I8I Thompson, Edwanna I67 Thompson. Mike I48 Thompson, Sydnee I82 Thornburg, Fred 53 Thornlon. Raymond Harold 20, I67 Thornron, Teresa I67 Thrasher. James l27 Thriil, Emogene 48 Tiger, Miller 63 Tinker, Mike II I, I67 Torbeil. Danny 77 Torkian, Mosfafa I82 Tovar, David 30, 52, I82 TRACK I39 - I4I Trammell, Shirliieanne 32, l2I, I28, I82 Trammell, Terry I67, 225 Trammell. Theresa I82 Tripp, Gerald I67 Tucker, Buddy 22, I90 Tuqgle, Clifford 83, I57 Turley. Earl I40, I53 Turner, Sieve I67, I9I, 204 Turney, Larry I27, I82 Turney, Lorraine 5I Underwood. Vernon l90 Underwood, Wayne Ill I82 Usry, Gail I82 20. I24 Vahidlari, Mohamad I 82 Van Van Van Van Horn, Michael I I I Lear, James I25 Meier, Vernon I82 Valkenberg, Mary llzloydl I82 Van Vallcenberg, Ronald I82 Valer, John J. 43 Vaughn, Linda l68 Vaughn. Roberl' A. I82 Waclcerly, Janel' I l l. I82 Wade, Denise I0, I5, 95, 96, l82 agoner, Carol 204 agoner, Tommy I95 alden, Gary I43 allcer, Earlene 207 allcer, Minnie 47, 59, l2l allcer. Preslon I25 alker, Richard 20, I82 allis, Delsie I87 allon, Connie l22, I75, I82 allon, Helyn 5I allon, Wharon 84. l68 ard, Anlhony I82 ard, David IOO, l68 Ward. Holly 50 Ward, Randy 206 Ward, Mrs. Randy 206 Ware, Brenda I82 Washinglon. Harold I87 Walers. Jill I82, I87 Walson, Larry 223 Waison, Sieven 21, III I22, l57, l68 Walt James I I2 Waymire, Jackie I68 Wealheriord, Dale I7, 20 l27 Weaver, Linda 20, I82 Webb, Clay 58, l82 Webb, Debbie 54, I82 Webber, Linda II6, II8 l68 Websler, Deborah I82 Websler, Jim I43 Weeks. Edward I87 Welch, Bill I82 Welch, Gwen I82 Welch, Kalhyanne 24 Welcher. Sheila 85, I68 Wellon, Marilyn l87 WESLEY FOUNDATION IO7 Wes'r, Janice I68 Wesfiield. Richard I33, l35, l47, IB2 Wheat Charlorfe lMoorel I82 Whelsel, Sharry I82 Whinery, Jack l84 Whisenhunl, Jo iGuJrheryl While, David I I I While, Harley llO, lll. I82 205 While, Huey 5I While, Joyce 48 Whife, Lawrence 5I While. Roy 83 WHO'S WHO 98 - IOI Wickersham, Jerry 33, I5l. l68 Widmar. Tom I43 Wilkins. Royce I68 Williams Danny 83 Williams Debbie Ill, I82 Williams Ed I95, I25 Williams Harold 20, 73, I I2, I27 Williams Joe Ill Williams Kalhye 83 Williams Kirby lI2 Williams. Oscar I87 Williams Rulh I87 Williams, Tom 5l Williams. Virginia I82 Wilmeih, Bob 168 Wilson, Alberi I87 Wilson. Jean I82 Wilson Bob 30, 73, I27. l68 Wilson Danny rio, lea Wilson Greg I6, 2I, l68 Wilson Mark 20, 33, I44, l5l, I82 Wilson Ronald I87 Wilson Rulh 48 Wilson, Sharon Il8, I I9, I82 Wilson, Toni I27. I5I, I83 Wingo, Pauline 50 Winningham, Gene 9 Winlon, Annie 5I Wolfe, Hervile l48, I52 Wood, Buck I87 Wood, Hermon l90 Woods, Nila I83 Woods. Tom l6l Woolever, Richard 207 Wray, Johnnie 55, 79 Wynn. Bill 190, :Qi Wyseman. Linda 227 Yarbrough, Clyde I83 YEARBOOK 76 - 77 YEARBOOK QUEEN 92 YEARBOOK QUEEN ATTENDANTS 93 Yehle, Palli 20, 52, 77, 83. l7l, l83 York, James l83 Yorlc Nancy 9I YOUNG DEMOCRATS 120 Young. Terry I83 Youngblood. Cheryl I27 Younger, Naomi Dianne l83 Zorger, Karen I83 ,,. ,I Ji., W ,.,'.. z,, 217 J ' "' I , v s 1 ..,? , lj., , , Q gs? , ' ' JTS' A ,,.,,L.- , 1 f 131 f' f V 4 X 1 n 1 I 3, 1 V' n'-.Fw ' ' ,-.Kimi I ..f-. - ., ,. f vu , .. i r ..,f. X w ,, W I , ,. , , ,A ' . ff Y , X' X K I 'T r f ' ,- .gp 4' .. -A120 - W. ' X xv ---A ,w , . ggi I ,. ' ,v,7w.'s47Lv?' , .QW- i- eww- . f - -e -- 'fy - . 1 ' ' u .-1 r - . I n ' '. Q ' "1-. 1 q I ' ' Q A ...I .. ' 9 'A'-'Q . I ,sit . . Q 1 I U . ' 0 , . '- .' "t"'- ,i a' N liu, .., fs "" -s. --"ws r' i 4"-573'-' . W . . . v ij-A:..fl , ggi-,Lf i ,.i1'M--fffi-if ea" ' 24' .i- - 1 ,., .,'1f,.1:.v.L,i'mf..-14 -wsu-. ' - - f....! Mixed emofions fill las? days as we separafe from friends. All finalifies realized . . . Anofher year comes To an end. Epilogue 9 Po'r Pourrl - Cur Everyday Lives a+ Easlerr Anorher year closes ai Easlern and our defeafs and accomplishmenrs have been favorable in helping us ro srep up and meei +he challenge of lhe fulrurer No words could even begin 'ro do ius+ice in helping us re- live rhis chapler oi our lives, lherefore lhe "Poi Pour- ri" was composed To include as many aspecls of our lives as possible. The "Por Pourri" conlains a mixrure of picrures of evenls Thai did nor fall info any parricular calegory, buf serve a delinile purpose in displaying The every- day life here al Easiern. These evenls range from ihe rourine daily acfivilies +o 'rhe special occasions, from morning To nighr, from Sepiember To May. These pages served as a reminder of 'rhe people we knew, The +hings we did, and Jrhe everyday life we led in our everyday world air Easlern. 220 Above - 'Rickl You don"l mean i+?!' Sandy Buford and Rick Parrish pass 'rime befween classes. Top Righi' - Befh Suhkon and Denise Bulzer find 'rhaf 1'here's nofhing be-Her fhan a quick nap on a sunny affernoon. Lower Righ+ - The Sadie Hawkins Beard Growing Con+es1' go+ off To a sfarf as conresfanl' Danny Askew go? a close shave from Julie Simpson. -.- :eczem- . ,Weil-s. aj' '.- 3-gn fixixi I i i .Z Top Leff - When +he warm days opened and closed school. many on campus found bikes a beHer way To Jrravel. Top Righi' - Presiden+ Miller greefs Greg Chaney and Troy Banks af +he Receprion Dec. 6. Lower Le'H - Gearing up for his free ride in rhe milifary Trainer is Gene Geiger ar +he Wilburron Airport Lower Righf - Audrey Balenfine demonsrrafes his prowess wi+h a bow and arrow during halffime of a bas- kerball game. i N l NV vga 5, Above - Judy Candy pracfices her llufe in The bandroom. Above Righl - Miller Hall assislanfs ll-rl Genie Kirlcbride and Lisa Barnefl dig info lhe foodal a picnic al Robbers Cave. Below Righ+ - Former Easfern sludenl Gerald McClellan and Judy Parish lallc logefher al The Homecoming recepfion. Below - A variely of expressions are displayed as ll-rl Ed Hendrix, Leon Talley, Jeffie Talley, Tracy Talley and Ralph Harfmanview an Easlern baslcefball game. l -as-" Everyday People Enjoy Campus Acfivifies 5:1 .S nu 1-Q wif'--L Above - Viewing fhe drug and Ie+hal weapon display in fhe Communi- fy Relafions van from' McAles+er are U-ri Larry Warson, Nasser Shoush- farian, Ali Nayebabbas and Pauleffe Hunfer. Leff - Ticker agen? Pam Guffey counfs The money Taken af The window. Top - Many Easiern fans garner af Paris, Texas fo wafch fhe Mountaineers play. , P H A1 ' il -1 P , N 'M li , ' I X.. , . ---f ff' ,M J 51 ,X ,An gry y rs r ,J :v , .,-1 f- xs 7 ug. ,-, ,J Leroy Lay Wins 'Mosl Valuable' Award 34:-4, f-fx 'T 224 Above - Making plans 'ro exlend 'rhe Sludenl Union Building af Easfern are ll-rl T. A. Wal- lon. Carl Slandefer, Dr. James Miller, and R. D. Schullze. Above Leff - Honorees enioy +he food af The Feb. I5 Honors Banquet Above Righi- Coach Don Brown and Leroy Lay. named mosl valuable player. display The Green Counlry Baslce+ball Tournamenl Champion- ship Trophy won by fhe Mounfaineers. Righl' - Modeling Their ouffils af The Home Eco- nomics Slyle Show are ll-rl Linda Hudson, Donna Kares and Sherrie Grimmeff. 1 u-...H 1 ---, 1 i R 4 ' 1 1 I 0 l l l ,,i y, ,,,.,.. f Q.. i -if. u 1 1 f was l' ,- Y ....,..-....,, Above - Finding The Honors BanqueT an enioyable occasion are ll-rl RuTh Carlock, Mrs. Nancy Miller, Dr. James Miller, Audrey BalenTine and Bob Keck. Le'fT - Thena Goff waTches as Leo Rushing signs The guesT book aT The Miller Hall Tea. Below - An- gels Terry Trammell, Karen Baker and Cecile John- son 'shush' The liTTlesT angel lSTephen Meansl during The pre-ChrisTmas performance of 'The LiTTlesT Angelf ,xi T, V 'T T T ,fl- I 53, -is ,-1' . .h ' I fi: ,...5g,-v-1 1 X -:--13 'Q . ' ' 5 i. -4' . i Q1 I V' Q , J I 4.,5lv,e,l., '5 a if-55 - T:-,.-.- - 3-' '-"i'1--, Le: , i I 1 1 ' 'F 1 " ' VL sei? ' " '34-iff! .L Fx ,...i...,,, T A V 1 T '1 vii-", 5: -li ,Pg . w 5 .v -rv: ,fx ' i I , I 'im .i-K - Y- V-gr?--sq. .4 gi . T 'less 1-,pvfgQ:!,ys-in.1531-1,' V -3:9 - ,, ,.. V. . ,:- J' .r ,, :QQ ':-'71-"ai, i Mi-T QJ i L-1.514-I A , 51 41 , 1 JY' - f .. Ii :5 J' 1 l if 1-f 'f-:eg-T ,H T.. Lil fgell rv ' 133' " .Au 1:55-, i l lfff-'pf' .rv Q 1 W W iff iffagmm- T y .1 . ,-r4,1 x . 4 , 3 v ' . 01.9317- , , U l W. ll l, 225 l ref ,i 1 l l in E, l l r Y' i li i i 9 . ,,,., .,A- fl if , N. A T, I 5 v Everyday People Make Plans for lhe Fu'rure ,- l i Above - Sandra Carpenler, a I97l graduale, receives her diploma from John Burwell, member of The Board of Regenrs, as Dr. Hobarf Means sfands in 'the background. Top - Admiring The ring of Cheryl Chafham as her finance Dennis Bailey walches are ll-rl Marfha Polkand Pauleffe Hunrer. Righf - Talking wifh Janice Genfry is 'Phe Rev. Isaac i Buie, a guesf speaker during 'Black Herilage Week.' 226 ,, ., nf'-ai Y 4- "is-ge-ill-1-f f- -., l Above - Looking Through college cafalogs in fhe Library are ll-rl Donna Kafes, Sherri Seaboll and Mike Polk. Le'H' - Pre-enrolling 'For fhe Fall semesfer is Carolari Cunningham, an Easlern freshman. Above Lef+ - Pafienfly wailing oufside Miller Hall for her ride is Debra Burns. Above Rigl1+ - Barbara Holland falks wilh Recruiler Linda Wyseman abou+ The advanfages of ioining fhe Waves. 228 In ReTrospecT Serving as ediTor oT The I972 MounTaineer has been a wonderTul experience Tor me, one ThaT I shall never TorgeT. Looking back mixer The pasT Tew monThs, I can see The worry and hard work ThaT wenT inTo The composiTion oT The yearbook, buT I can also see The momenTs ThaT made The IaTe nighTs and work worThwhile. I owe Thanks To many people who helped make The yearbook a realiTy, especially my adviser Jim Sullivan, who gave me ideas on The beTTer way To do Things and was never shorT oT iokes when I was abouT ready To give up on The yearbook. Thanks go To Ken Rager, college phoTographer. Tor working IaTe aT nighT To produce The picTures I needed. I also wanT To Thank Mrs. JeTTie Talley Tor The Typing and Tinal prooT- ing oT The yearbook pages. A porTion oT The yearbook is The resuIT oT TirsT semesTer ediTor, Mrsg Cecil Johnson, who produced The Theme and sTyIe oT The yearbook. MargareT Malone and PaTTy Yehle, TirsT semesTer assisTanT ediTors, also deserve crediT Tor Their work. I appreciaTe The work oT Carla Li+TIe, assisTanT ediTor, and Larry I-IamilTon, yearbook phoTographer. Thanks go To Paul McGee, sporTs ediTor oT The yearbook, and To Tim McElroy, sporTs wriTer. I also wanT To Thank Sherri SeaboIT, Pam Shaddix and MerediTh Mendenhall. 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