Murray State University - Shield Yearbook (Murray, KY)

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« NEW DIMENSIONS AT MURRAY STATE AS SEEN THROUGH THE ' Jjea MURRAY STATE COLLEGE MURRAY KY C. KELLY McCORD, Editor LOREN W. BURGER, Business Manager The 1960 Shield sees Murray State gaining new dimensions: Twenty-four new faculty and staff members were added this year. The Harry Lee Water- field Hall has been completed, and plans for two men ' s dormitories and an aca- demic building are in the making. An interfraternity council has been formed this year. Also, a new local sorority, Delta Omega, and two national frater- nities, Tau Kappa E psilon and Alpha Gamma Rho, have come on campus. R. C. A. Victor recording company has cut the record, " M, S. C. Presents Thor- oughbred Music. " Murray State is growing. It is hoped that someday soon the school will be- come a university. m-4 £ -r 1 : « lii FOR 1960 A NEW DIMENSION OF The 1960 Shifxd sees Murray State growing physi- cally: The Harry Lee Waterfield Hall, the student union building, was opened during the summer of 1959. A new reading room was opened in the base- ment of The Library. Also, new classrooms and of- fice facilities have been added. The student enrollment for both the fall semester and the spring semester has surpassed the 2500 mark. t -t BT " " wm irn mnf rei 1 Bra 1 ■ra 1 Iffff BUTT ■W wtsr WW NEW DIMENSIONS IN The 1960 Shield sees Murray State advancing in the academic field: A drama major is for the first time available. Dr. Ralph A. Tesseneer, Jr., psychologist and counselor, has been added to the faculty. Professor James P. Matthai is offering a three-week graduate geography course this summer which will travel through Northwestern United States in its study. English and Science workshops are being planned for this summer. NEW DIMENSIONS ON THE FIELD OF The 1960 Shield sees Murray State improving its athletic program: A new coach brings hope for a successful football season. The basketball team goes froma 10-15 record in the 1958-59 season to a 12-11 record in the 1959-60 season. The baseball, tennis, and track teams look forward to sweeping OVC honors in the spring sports. And an expanded intra- murals program gives scores of students a chance to participate in athletic competition. NEW DIMENSIONS FOR THE FUTURE AT The 1960 Shield sees Murray State making plans for the future: In addition to new buildings, a new academic program is planned for the immediate future. Then comes the big dream of Murray State ' s soon becoming a university. To achieve this, Murray must keep gaining new dimensions— mental, emo- tional, and physical. Classes 14 Faculty 90 Features 104 Activities 122 Organizations 136 Sports 192 TO MR. VERNON ANDERSON Because of this devoted work at Murray State College, the 1 960 SHIELD chooses for this year ' s dedicatee, Mr. Vernon Anderson, a professor of business. Mr. Anderson came to Murray State in 1 940. During the twenty years, he has proved himself to be an asset to the school and its purposes. Mr. Anderson received his B.S. degree in 1 934 from Bowl- ing Green Business University, his M.S. degree from the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1 939. Currently, he is working on his E.D.S. degree at Peabody College in Nashville. Beginning his teaching career in a high school in Indianola, Mississippi, in 1 934, Mr. Anderson went on to serve as the head of the busi- ness department at Freed -Hardeman Junior College in 1 935. He stayed there until his arrival at Murray in 1 940. Mr. Anderson founded the first Kentucky chapter of Fu- ture Business Leaders of America. He presently is the South- ern Business Education Association Representative to the United Business Education Association. A member of Phi Delta Kappa and Delta Pi Epsilon, Mr. Anderson has been faculty advisor to the SHIELD for the past four years. m ttt ... - " • " I I I . N E IMENSIONS IN Bill Wells, President; Charles Walston, Vice President; Jane Burke, Treasurer; Carolyn Holmes, Secretary. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS The Senior Class represents four years of classes, study, activities, learning, and friendship. These students are now perhaps better equipped to face and meet the problems of the modern day world. First Row: • ISAAC BOOKER ADAMS, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Bi- ology, Chemistry; Scabbard and Blade; Pi Kappa Alpha, His- torian. • CLETA ATNIP ALEXANDER, Calvert City, Kentucky, B. S., Library Science; Alpha Beta Alpha. • WILLIAM HOLLAND ALLBRITTEN, Hazel, Ken- tucky; B. A., Area in Business Education; Sigma Chi, Treas- urer; Business Club; Distinguished Military Student. Second Row. • GERTRUDE C. ALLEN, West Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. • GLENN R. ALLEN, Kevil, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Mathematics. • JANET SUE ALLEN, Fulton, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta, Treasurer; Delta Lambda Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Y. W. C. A., Chaplain; Romance Language Club; S. A. A. C. S., Student Religious Council; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Third Row: • WILLIS DON ALLISON, Central City, Kentucky; B. S., General Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, President, Man of Year; Men on Campus; Business Club, Vice-President, President; Vets Club. • NANCY LANIER ALSTON, Kevil, Kentucky; B. A., English; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Editor, President; Panliellcnic Council, President; College News, Society Editor, Advertising Manager, Associate Editor; Campus Favorites; Romance Lan- guage Club, Secretary; Collegiate Press Club, Vice-President. • TWILA JEAN ALTIG, Greenview, Illinois; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; A Capella Choir; Sym- phonic and Marching Band; Brass Choir; Campus Lights; Vivace Club. Fourth Row: • GERALD DODD ALTON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry. Mathematics, Physics; Physics Club, Vice-Presi- dent, President; German Club. • BUFORD RAY ANDERSON, Arlington, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics, Physics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Physics Club, Treas- urer, Secretary; Vets Club; German Club. • WILLIAM ROBERT ARINGTON, Wickliffc, Ken- tucky; B. S., Biology, Health and Physical Education; Wild- life Conservation Society; Vets Club; Intramural Basketball. Fifth Row: • JERRY PAUL ARNOLD, Jackson, Tennessee; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Vivace Club; Orchestra. • HUGH CLINTON ASHBY, Sebree, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Sigma Chi, Presi- dent; Vets Club; Interfraternity Council; Business Club; Men on Campus. • ALMA JOYCE ATWOOD, Paducah, Kentucky; B. A., English, Health and Physical Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-President, President; W. A. A., President; Woods Hall Council, Vice-President; Student Council, Secretary; Miss Murray State; Campus Favorites; Ideal Freshman Girl; Spring Carnival Queen; Y. W. C. A.; Student Religious Council; Panhellenic Council; Student Union Council; Student N. E. A.; Football Queen Attendant; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY .f r A I , . 1 f First Row: • RONALD KENNEDY ATWOOD, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics. • PHILIP DONALD BACK, Crofton, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha; " M " Club, Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade; Wells Hall Council. • GENE N. BAILEY, New Concord, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi; Epsilon Pi Tau. • MOLLY COLEMAN BAKER, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Recording Secretary; Delta Lambda Alpha, Vice-President; A. C. E., Vice-President, President; Campus Lights; Baptist Student Union; Student Re- ligious Council, Vice-President; Student N. E. A.; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • BARBARA JANE BARLEY, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. Second Row: • WANDA ROSETTA BARNES, Salem, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Record- ing Secretary; Business Club, Secretary; W. A. A.; Romance Language Club; Y. W. C. A. • JUDITH CAROLYN BARNETT, Murray, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota, President; Vivace Club; A Capclla Choir; String Orchestra; Campus Lights; Symphony Orchestra; Home Economics Club; Student String Quartet. • ERNESTINE HELEN BATTEN, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma; A. C. E.; Student Council; Campus Favorites; Junior Class Secretary; Student N. E. A.; Y. W. C. A. • ARTHUR JON BAUERNFEIND, Niles, Michigan; B. A., General Business; Sigma Chi; Romance Language Club; Out- standing Freshman R. O. T. C. Cadet; Distinguished Military Student; Business Club; Baseball; Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- dent; Junior Class President. • EUGENE BAXLEY, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics. Third Row: • SHANNON MARIE BEASLEY, Reed, Kentucky; B. S., Area in English; L. I. T.; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pledge Class President; Campus Favorites; Basketball Queen Attendant; Journalism Club; College News; Intercollegiate Debate; Alpha Tau Omega Sweet- heart; Mr. Laurel Queen; Shield Queen; Cheerleader. • GERALD GEORGE BILL, Tupper Lake, New York; B. A., French. • JIMMY BURKE BENEDICT, Wickliffe, Kentucky; B. A., English; Tau Kappa Alpha; Romance Language Club; Speech Association of America; Shield; Intercollegiate Debate. • (MARGARET RUTH BENEDICT, Kcvil, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Student N. E. A.; A. C. E.; Shield; Bap- tist Student Union. • RICHARD LARRY BENNETT, Trenton, Tennessee; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics. 18 First Row: • DONALD DAVID BERRY, Morganfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. • MIGNON FLEMING BLACKBURN, Fulton, Ken- tucky; B. S., Biology, Nursing Education; Nems Club; Bap- tist Student Union; Assistant Campus Nurse. • SAMMY DELANO BLANKENSHIP, Mount Vernon, Indiana; B. S., Mathematics, Physics; Kappa Delta Pi; Scab- bard and Blade; Physics Club, President; Distinguished Mili- tary Student; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges. Second Row. • RAYMOND L. BLAYLOCK, Lynn Grove, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture. • LARRY LEE BLUBAUM, Mount Vernon, Illinois; B. S., Speech and Dramatics; Collegiate Press Club; College News. • KATHRYN MARIE BOGIE, Gilbertsville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Art. Third Row: • FLOYD SHELTON BOWEN, Central City, Kentucky; B. A., Mathematics. • JESSIE BUTLER BOWLAND, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; S. N. E. A.; A. C. E. • GERALD DAVID BOYD, Flora, Illinois; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau; Vets Club. Fourth Row: • BARBARA JANICE BRADEN, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Nursing Education; Beta Beta Beta; Baptist Student Union; Nems Club, President. •THOMAS EUGENE BRADY, Fulton, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry; Wesley Foundation; S. A. A. C. S. • JUDITH ANITA BRAY, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota, Ideal Pledge; Last Resort; Campus Lights; Canterbury Club. Fifth Row: • BEVERLY MIGONNE BROUTIN, Sheffield, Alabama B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary; Vivace Club Symphonic Band; Marching Band; Symphony Orchestra String Orchestra; A Capella Choir; Pop Doyle Scholarship Campus Lights. • DAVID WRIGHT BROWN, Burbank, California; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Scabbard and Blade; International Relations Club; S. N. E. A. • JOHN R. BROWN, Cayce, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture; Agriculture Club. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • PAULINE G. BRYANT, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Elemen- tary Education; Kappa Delti Pi. • LOREN WESLEY BURGER, Sterling, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Sigma Lambda Iota, Chaplain, Secretary, President; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer; Shield, Assistant Busi- ness Manager, Business Manager; Student Religious Council; Vets Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • JANE ANNETTA BURKE, Paris, Tennessee; B. S., Area in Art; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Secretary; Kappa Pi, Parliamentarian, Historian; Senior Class Treasurer; Thoroughbred Hour; Re- ligious Council; Woods Hall Council; Wesley Foundation; Port- folio Club; Y. W. C. A. • ROBERT G. BURTON, West Frankfort, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education; " M " Club; Football; Business Club. • BEN W. BUTLER, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Indus- trial Arts; Alpha Tau Omega; Industrial Arts Club. Second Row: • LAWRENCE FRANCIS BUZZERIO, Bethpage, New York; B. S., General Business, Health and Physical Education; Sigma Chi, Sergeant at Arms; The Last Resort, Publicity Director; In- tramural Sports. • W. SUE CALL, Cottage Grove, Tennessee; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi, Historian, Vice-President; Business Club. • WILLIAM F. CARMAN, Jackson, Tennessee; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Football. • EDWARD J. CARROLL, Murray, Kentucky; B. S, Area in Business Education. • BRENDA SUE CARVER, St. Louis, Missouri; B. S., Area in Art; Kappa Pi; Campus Favorites; R. O. T. C. Battle Group Sponsor, Brigade Sponsor; Basketball Queen. Third Row: • RICHARD F. GATES, Sturgis, Kentucky; B. S., General Busi- ness, Industrial Arts; Business Club, President; Industrial Arts Club; The American Industrial Arts Association, Inc.; Student Religious Council; Sigma Chi; Esilon Pi Tau. • HALTON CHARLTON, Hazel, Kentucky; B. S., Mathe- matics, Industrial Arts; Baptist Student Union; Industrial Arts Club. • JAMES LELAND CLACK, Hickman, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics. • WILLIAM ARDELL CLARK, Wingo, Kentucky; B. S., In- dustrial Arts; L psilon Pi Tau. • BARBARA JEAN CLOYS, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education; A. C. E. 20 First Row: • DONALD RAY COLE, Providence, Kentucky; B. A., His- tory, International Relations Club. • WAYNE CLINTON COLE, Providence, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; Romance Lan- guage Club. • JOHN GARRETT COLLINS, Tucson, Arizona; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Vets Club; Intramural Sports. Second Row: • WILLIAM ALLEN COMBS, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, History; Pi Kappa Alpha. • TOMMYE COOPER, LaCenter, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Agriculture Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • NETA PAULINE CORBIN, Carmi, Illinois; B. M. E., Pi- ano; Delta Lambda Alpha; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Sigma Alpha Iota; Vivace Club, Secretary, Treasurer; R. O. T. C. Band Sponsor; Campus Lights, Costume Director; Baptist Student Union; S. N. E. A.; American Guild of Organists; Shield. Third Row: • DONNA YVONNE CRIDER, Bells, Tennessee; B. S., Bi- ology, Nursing Education; Beta Beta Beta; Student Religious Council. • JERRY CRIDER, Bells, Tennessee; B. A., English, History; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; Lambda Iota Tau, Secretary, President; International Relations Club, Secretary, President; Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class Secretary; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • CALVIN LYNN CROUCH, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics. Fourth Row: • LORETTA B. CULVER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area ill Business Education; Delta Lambda Alpha; Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Business Club; Wesley Foundation; Women ' s Rifle Team; S. N. E. A.; Delta Omega. • ROBERT LOUIS CUMMINS, Cairo, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Education; Business Club. • MARTHA JANE CUNNINGHAM, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Student Council, Representa- tive, Secretary; A. C. E., Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; Campus Lights; Delta Lambda Al- pha; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Campus Favorites; Shield Queen Finalist; R. O. T. C. Battle Group Sponsor; Pershing Rifles Sweetheart; Student Religious Council; S. N. E. A. Fifth Row: • JOHN F DANIEL, Cape Girardeau, Missouri; B. S., In- dustrial Arts, Physics; Football; Track; Alpha Tau Omega. • EDNA E. DARNELL, Murray, Kentucky; English, Li- brary Science; Alpha Beta Alpha, Secretary; Romance Lan- guage Club. • PAUL DEAN DAVIS, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Chemis- try, Mathematics; Alpha Tau Omega. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • SARAH IRENE DAVIS, Paris, Tennessee; B. S., Elementary- Education; A. C. E.; Football Queen Attendant; Dames Club. • CHARLES EUGENE DAY, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics; S. A. A. C. S. • CHARLES RAY DAY, Central City, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education; S. A. A. C. S. • JANE CAROLYN DICK, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. A., Eng- lish; Delta Lambda Alpha; Lambda Iota Tau; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary; Thoroughbred Hour. • DON FRANK DINGWERTH, Okawville, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; " M " Club. Second Row: • BARBARA ANN DODSON, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • LANE A. DONNELLY, Audubon, New Jersey; B. S., Area in Business Administration. • JIMMY FRANKLIN DORAN, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration. • DONALD JORDAN DORRIS, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Vets Club, President. • RAPHAEL DELANO DOUGLAS, Karnak, Illinois; B. S., Agriculture. Third Row: • WILLIAM WALTER DRESBACK, Monticello, Illinois; B. S., Biology, History and Political Science; Rifle Team, Capt.; Persh- ing Rifles; Wildlife Conservation Society; International Relations Club. • ALLEN PAGE DULANEY, Clarkton, Missouri; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Vets Club. • CHARLES ROBERT DUNLAP, White Plains, Kentucky; B. S., Accounting, (Mathematics; Business Club, Sergeant at Arms; Baptist Student Union; Tau Kappa Epsilon. • RAY LILTON DUNN, Hazel, Kentucky; B. S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Tau Omega; Wildlife Conservation Society. • WANDA JEAN DUNNING, Crofton, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education; A. C. E. 22 First Row: • WILLIAM GILBERT DURFEE, Dover, Tennessee; B. S., Area in Business Administration. JOE WAYNE DYER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; Vets Club; Sigma Chi, Tribune. • ALICE MARLENE EDWARDS, Hazel, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club. Second Row: • CRAWFORD W. EDWARDS, JR., Charleston, Mis- souri; B. S., Area in Art; Kappa Pi; Vets Club; Portfolio Club. • CHARLIE THOMAS ELDER, Princeton, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, Health and Physical Education. • MARGARET RUTH ELDER, Murray, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; Campus Lights; Vivace Club. Third Row: • BETTY LOU ELLIS, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union. • ELIZABETH ANN ELLIS, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., Health and Physical Education, History and Political Sci- ence; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; W. A. A., Secre- tary; International Relations Club, Secretary. • RICHARD AUSTIN EMERSON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., General Business; Vets Club; Business Club. Fourth Row: • RILEY EUGENE EMERY, Daytona Beach, Florida; B. S., Health and Physical Education. • LILA BETH EMPSON, Pontiac, Michigan; B. A., English; Lambda Iota Tau, Secretary; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Collegiate Press Club, Treasurer, President; Canterbury Club; College News, Staff Writer, Feature Editor, Copy Editor, Editor-in- Chief. • RODGER E. ESTES, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., History; Football; Track; " M " Club; Delta Alpha; Student Assistant Football Coach. Fifth Row: • DAN KEITH EVANS, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade. • DANIEL WALKER EVERETT, Gary, Indiana; B. S., Area in Social Science. • DONNIE GENE FARMER, Farmington, Kentucky; I?. S., Area in Business Administration. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY ltl4l ft • JERRY S. FAUGHN, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics, Physics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Physics Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • DONALD JOE FEEZOR, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education; Industrial Arts Club. • ROBERT T. FOWLER, Marion, Kentucky; B. S., Mathe- matics, Physics; Physics Club. • THOMAS JERRY FRANKLIN, Clay, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; International Relations Club. • W. A. FRANKLIN, Marion, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Sigma Chi; International Relations Club; Rifle Team; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Second Roii " • BARBARA SUF. FRANZMAN, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Westminster Fellowship. • BRUCE CANTON FREEMAN, Flazel, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics. • NORMA JANE FREEMAN, Eddyville, Kentucky; B. S, Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cor. Sec, Vice-President; Miss Body Beautiful; Campus Favorites; Wesley Foundation; Panhellcnic Council Secretary, Treasurer; Campus Lights; Miss Murray State; Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges; Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Royalty Ball Queen; International Relations Club; S. N. E. A. • MARSHALL GAGE, Indianapolis, Indiana; B. S., General Business, Health and Physical Education; Phi Mu Alpha. • NICHOLAS JOHN GALLOWAY, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha; Industrial Arts Club; Baptist Student Union. Third Row: • GYNDEL EARL GARNETT, Melber, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Business Club. • CECIL ALLEN GARRETT, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. • REUBEN ALLEN GARWOOD, JR., Jonesboro, Illinois; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Vivace Club; Band; A Cappella Choir; College Quartet. • PEGGY ANN GEORGE, Fayetteville, Tennessee; B. S., Speech and Dramatics; Sock and Buskin; Sergeant at Arms, Sec- retary, Ideal Pledge; Alpha Psi Omega; Wesley Foundation; Vivace Club; Campus Lights. • STANLEY WAYNE GIBBS, Desloge, Missouri; B. S., Area in Art; Kappa Pi; Vets Club. 24 First Roto: • DAVID F. GILBERT, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., General Business, History and Political Science. • VIRGINIA JUNE GINGLES, Kirksey, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi. • DONALD EDWARD GIPE, Owensboro, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club; Student Religious Council; Disciples Student Fellowship. Second Row: • VIRGINIA LOU GISH, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education. • ALFRED JOHNSON GRACE, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture; Alpha Tau Omega. • JUNE CAROLYN GRAYSON, Russellville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer, President; Kappa Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary; Busi- ness Club; Romance Language Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Third Row: • NATHANIEL STARLING GREEN, Providence, Ken- tucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • S. R. GREGORY, Calvert City, Kentucky; B. S., Chem- istry, Mathematics; Scabbard and Blade; S. A. A. C. S.; In- dustrial Arts Club. • SHIRLEY JEAN GRIFFIN, Paducah, Kentucky; B. M. E., Piano; Sigma Alpha Iota; Campus Lights; Vivace Club. Fourth Row: • CHARLES R. GRISSOM, Wingo, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Agriculture Club. • RICHARD M. GROGAN, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., In- dustrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau, Vice-President; Industrial Arts Club, Vice-President, President; Sigma Chi. • TERRY RAY GULLEDGE, Carrier Mills, Illinois; B. S. , Area in Business Education; Pi Kappa Alpha; Business Club, Sergeant at Arms; Student Religious Council. Fifth Row: • MARTHA KENT GUNTER, Alton, Illinois; B. S., Area in English; Debate Team; Creative Writing Club; Concert Band. • DICKIE ALLEN HACK, LaCenter, Kentucky; B. S., Gei- eral Business, Mathematics; Alpha Tau Omega; Business Club; Intramural Sports. • BARBARA ANN HALE, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education; A. C. E.; Wesley Foundation. SENIOR CLASS u THE NINETEEN SIXTY ■ AM ) First Row: • ELEANOR LOUISE HALL, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education; A. C. E.; International Relations Club; West- minster Fellowship, President. • JAMES LEE HALL, Fulton, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Indus- trial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary; Industrial Arts Club. • EDWIN ARTHUR HAMILTON, JR., La Porte, Indiana; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club; International Relations Club; Vets Club. • JACKIE ROGER HANCOCK, Sebree, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Wesley Foundation; Industrial Arts Club; In- tramural Sports. • LILLIAN FLORANE HARRINGTON, Louisville, Ken- tucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; S. N. E. A.; Last Resort; Campus Lights. Second Row: • ARVIL JOE HART, Dyersburg, Tennessee; B. S., Biology; Sigma Chi, Pledgemaster; Sailing Club; Last Resort. • WAYNE HARVEY, Southland, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President; Business Club, Treasurer; Spanish Club; Collegiate Press Club. • WILLIAM DONALD HARVEY, Newport News, Virginia; B. S., Mathematics, Physics; Sigma Chi; Physics Club. • LILLIAN HENDERSON HASKINS, Hopkinsville, Ken- tucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • BEN WILLIAM HAYES, Kuttawa, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Agriculture Club, Secretary. Third Row: • EMILY JEA N HAYES, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. • JOSEPH CLEO HENDON, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Gen- eral Business; Band; S. A. A. C. S. • GERALD J. HENRY, Dycusburg, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, History; Sigma Lambda Iota, Reporter, Secretary, Vice- President; College News, Editor-in-Chief; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian; Collegiate Press Club, Outstanding Club Reporter, President; International Relations Club; Baptist Student Union; S. A. A. C. S.; Intcrfraternity Council. • JANE MARSHALL HENRY, Madisonville, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor; Cam- pus Lights; Vivace Club; Marching and Symphonic Bands; A Cappella Choir; Pop Doyle Scholarship. • LARRY DEAN HENSON, Flora, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Area in Social Science; " M " Club; Interna- tional Relations Club; Basketball; Tennis. 26 First Row: • MARSHA RILEY HENSON, Benton, Kentuc ky; B. S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma, Sigma; A. C. E. • DWAIN LEE HERNDON, Almo, Kentucky; B. S., His- tory, Speech and Dramatics; Alpha Psi Omega; Sock and Buskin. • SHIRLEY JANE HERPEL, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Delta Kappa Pi. Second Row: • DAVID BYRON HILL, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. • RICHARD LEE HILL, Carrier Mills, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Pi Kappa Alpha; Interna- tional Relations Club. • DEANIE HINTON, Owensboro, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Home Economics Club. Third Row: • CHARLES ARNOLD HOBBS, Cunningham, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau; Student Religious Council. • WILLIAM PAUL HOBBS, Equality, Illinois; B.S., Health and Physical Education; Baseball; Basketball Manager; " M " Club; Debate. • WILLIAM E. HOFFEE, Fairfield, Illinois; B. S., General Business, History; Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer; Alpha Tau Omega. Fourth Row: • WILLIAM DONALD HOLLAND, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, Mathematics; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT V. HOLLENBECK, Elmira, New York, B. S., Area in Business Administration; Vets Club, Sergeant at Arms; Business Club; International Relations Club. • CAROLYN ANN HOLMES, Louisville, Kentucky; B. A., Area in English; Sigma Sigma Sigma; College News, Feature Editor; Campus Lights; Last Resort; Women ' s Bowling League, Vice-President; Student Union Council; S. N. E. A., Secretary; Sophomore Class Secretary; Senior Class Secretary. Fifth Row: • NINA BELL HOLT, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics; Physics Club. • JOHN E. HOOVER, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., History. • ROBERT THOMAS HOWARD, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, History; S. A. A. C. S.; International Rela- tions Club. SENIOR CLASS «j » THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • PHILLIP L. HUNT, Cunningham, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; International Relations Club. • CHARLES BRADFORD JACKSON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. • GERALD1NE JARRELL, Ashland, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Alpha K eta Alpha, Reporter; Business Club; International Relations Club; Baptist Student Union; Women ' s Rifle Team; - Delta Omega, President. • ROBERT E. JENNINGS, St. Louis, Missouri; B. S., Area in Business Education; Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary, President; Lambda Iota Tau, Treasurer; Vets Club; Intramural Sports; Men on Campus; Intcrfraternity Council, Vice-President, President. • ROBERT LARRY JETTON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award; Donald H. Sylvester Chemistry Award; Physics Club; S. A. A. C. S.; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Second Row: • FREDRICK ALLEN JOHNSON, Providence, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club. • HAZEL ROBERTA JOHNSON, Madisonville, Kentucky; B. S., Nursing Education; N. E. M. ' s Club. • HENRY SIG JOHNSON, Wingo, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, Health and Physical Education. • MARIAN ANTIONETTE JOHNSTON, Paducah, Ken- tucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; W. A. A., Publicity Director, Vice-President; Water Carnival, Assistant Di- rector, Director; International Relations Club. • JACKIE LEE JONES, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Business Club; Intramural Sports. Third Row: • JAMES E. JONES, Lynnville, Kentucky; B. S„ Health and Physical Education, Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARGARET A. JONES, Fredonia, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Woods Hall Council; Home Economics Club; Stu- dent Religious Council; Y. M. C. A. • PATRICIA DANNENFELSER KARLEN, Murray, Ken- tucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • BOBBIE LEE KELSO, Lynn Grove, Kentucky, B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club. • MARY HELEN KIMMONS, Paris, Tennessee; B. S., Elemen- tary Education; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y. W. C. A., Treasurer; A. C. E.; Marching Band; Disciples Student Fellowship. 28 First Row: • MARGARET LACY KINCANNON, Cleveland, Ohio; B. A., English, French; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Woods Hall Council; Shield; Y. W. C. A.; Romance Language Club; Ger- man Club. • DONALD E. KNIGHT, Rock Falls, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; Business Club; International Relations Club; Vets Club. • DONALD GORDON LANKIN, Detroit, Michigan, B. A., Biology, Chemistry; S. A. A. C. S.; International Rela- tions Club. Secojid Row: • JOHN W. LEMONS, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education. • CAROLYN SUE LeNEAVE, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Y. W. C. A.; Last Resort; Thoroughbred Hour: Disciples Student Fellowship. • RICHARD HAYES LEWIS, Princeton, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; Sigma Chi, Vice-President; Junior Class Vice-President; International Relations Club, Treasurer; S. N. E. A.; Interfraternity Council, Secretary; German Club; Last Resort. Third Row: • DICKIE MORRIS LONG, Dawson Springs, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Vivace Club. • MARGARET ANN LUCAS, Marion, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma; A. C. E. • PAUL LESLIE LUND, Sterling, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Sigma Lambda Iota, Treasurer; Pi Kappa Alpha; Vets Club, President; Intramural Sports. Fourth Row: • RONALD DALE McCAGE, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student; Industrial Arts Club. • M. JEANETTE McCLURE, Symsonia, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Y. W. C. A.; Home Economics Club; Stu- dent Religious Council. • WILLIAM HAROLD McCONNELL, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. A., Area in Social Science; International Rela- tions Club; German Club, President; Band; Baptist Student Union. Fifth Row: • C. KELLY McCORD, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; Alpha Psi Omega, President; Sock and Buskin, Crew Chief, Vice-President, President; Shield, Assistant Edi- tor, Editor; Canterbury Club. • GILBERT LANE McCROSKEY, Louisville, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; A Capella Choir. • BRUCE RICHARD MACDADE, Plymouth, Florida; B. S., Area in English; Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Religious Council; Thoroughbred Hour; S. N. E. A. HHHM« 4BHB SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • MARK WELDON MAHAN, Marion, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration, Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Vets Club; German Club; Business Club; Campus Lights; Thorough- bred Hour; Junior Class Treasurer. • DORIS JEAN MARTIN, Owensboro, Kentucky; B. S., Bi- ology, Nursing Education; N. E. M. ' s Club, Historian; Y. W. C. A.; Student Religious Council. • JERRY LEE MARTIN, Henderson, Kentucky; B. A., Eng- lish; Baptist Student Union, Vice-President, President; German Club; Vivace Club; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • CHARLES 1). MATK1N, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; Vets Club; Thoroughbred Hour. • DAVID LEE MATTHEWS, South Bend, Indiana; B. S., Gen- eral Business, Health and Physical Education, Mathematics; " M " Club; Track; Football; Intramural Sports. Second Row: • CLYDE WARREN MAXWELL, Sharon Grove, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture, Mathematics. • RONALD J. MEADOWS, Erlanger, Kentucky; B. S, Area in Business Administration. • J. PHILIP MESSINGER, Somerville, New Jersey; B. A., His- tory; Baptist Student Union; Student Religious Council; Track; German Club; International Relations Club; " M " Club; Band. • JACKIE MILLER, Princeton, Kentucky; B. A., Area in Science. • RUTH DAVIS MOELLER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club; Dames Club. Third Row: • DONALD MARTIN MOORE, Central City, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Industrial Arts Club. • JAMES MARVIN MOORE, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., Mathematics, Physics; Physics Club; Westminster Fellowship; Sailing Club. • JACK MONROE MORRIS, Flora, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education; Football; " M " Club. • SHELIA ANN MORTON, Mortons Gap, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha lota, Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Lambda Alpha; A Cappella Choir; Madrigal Singers; Symphonic and Marching Band; Ail-American Director; Campus Lights; All- Campus Sing Director. • JAMES II. MURPHY, Dcslogc, Missouri; B. S., Industrial Arts, Mathematics; Industrial Arts Club. 30 First Row: • SAMUEL RHEA NALL, Sacramento, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Pi Kappa Alpha; Vets Club; Intramural Sports. • SHIRLEY JEAN NALL, May-field, Kentucky; B. S, Health and Physical Education, History and Political Sci- ence; W. A. A. • BURTON LOWELL NICHOL, Sandusky, Michigan; B. S., Area in Business Education. Second Row: • LENDELL WAYNE NOFFSINGER, Central City, Ken- tucky; B. S., General Business, Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. • BOBBY RAY NOLES, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education. • ELIZABETH NORTH, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club; W. A. A. Third Row: • SHIRLEY SUE OUTLAND, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry. • PATRICIA LOIS OWEN, Decatun ille, Tennessee; B. A., English, Mathematics; Delta Lambda Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, Chaplain; Romance Language Club; Cam- us Lights; A Cappella Choir; Woods Hall Council; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges. • WELLS PARKER OWEN, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Ch-mistry; Beta Beta Beta; S. A. A. C. S.; Romance Language Club. Fourth Row: • JAMES A. PACE, LaCenter, Kentucky; B. S., Agricul- ture; Agriculture Club. • JOHNIE W. PARKER, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Agriculture Club. • CARL THOMAS PARSON ' S, Barlow, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts, Mathematics; Industrial Arts Club. Fifth Row: • GEDRIC B. PASCHALL, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club. • WILLIAM KENNETH PEMBER, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledgemaster, Vice- President; Men on Campus. • DONNA MARSHALL PERRY, Calvert City, Kentucky; B. S., English, Health and Physical Education. SENIOR CLASS First Roiv: • ELLIOTT iVI. PERRY, Tigrett, Tennessee; B. S., Agriculture; Vets Club; Agriculture Club. • ILAH LEE PERRY, Almo, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; W. A. A.; Business Club. • MARION GORDON PERRY, Tigrett, Tennessee; B. S., General Business; Alpha Tau Omega; " M " Club; Football; Track. • KENNETH " FRED PETERSON, Chicago, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Basketball; " AI " Club; Intramural Sports. • GARTH FRANKLIN PETRIE, Cunningham, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; A. C. E., Vice- President; S. N. E. A., President; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Second Row: • RICHARD L. PETTY, Paducah, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Campus Lights. • DONALD G. PHILLIPS, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education, • H. WARREN PHILLIPS, Paducah, Kentucky; B. A., History and Political Science; Sigma Chi; Campus Lights; Last Resort; Canterbury Club; Student Religious Council; Band; A Cappella Choir. • JOE DON PIGUE, Fulton, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Alpha Tau Omega; Vets Club; Campus Lights; Interfraternity Council. • CALVIN CARLOS PITTS, Dover, Tennessee; B. S., Area in Social Science. Third Row: • ROBERT EUGENE PLOUGH, Evansvillc, Indiana; B. S., Physics; Physics Club. • ROSCOE T. PORTER, Madisonville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science, .Mathematics; International Relations Club; In- tramural Sports. • ERNEST GENE PRESTON, Madisonville, Kentucky; B. S., Biology; Pi Kappa Alpha; Beta Beta Beta. • LARRY DEE PRITCHARD, Murray, Kentucky; B. S, Ag- riculture; Agriculture Club. • RALPH HOLLAND PUCKETT, Fulton, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau. 32 First Row: • EDWARD S. PULLEN, Robards, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Alpha Tau Omega; Agriculture Club. • GENE WELLS RAY, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Chemis- try, Mathematics, Physics; Alpha Tau Omega; Outstanding Beginning Physics Student; S. A. A. C. S., Publicity Chairman, President; Physics Club, Sergeant at Arms; Distinguished Military Student; Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges. • DOLL WELLS REDICK, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. Second Row: • HERMAN LEE REED, Dyersburg, Tennessee; B. S., Health and Physical Education; Baseball; " M " Club. • PHILIP GAYLE REEVES, Calvert City, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; S. A. A. C. S.; Scabbard and Blade. • CHARLES RAY RENDER, Murray, Kentucky; B. M. E., Piano; Phi Mu Alpha. Third Row: • CHARLES EUGENE RHOADES, Springfield, Illinois; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau, Treasurer, President; Vets Club, Vice-President, President; Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports. • JAMES READE RIALS, Burkley, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Mathematics; Industrial Arts Club. • JAMES RONALD RICE, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in IJusiness Administration; Vets Club. Fourth Row: • MARTHA EMMA RICHARDS, Owensboro, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Delta Lambda Alpha; Pi Omega Pi. • MURREL D. RICKMAN, Hickory, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education. • JACQUELINE ANNE RINI, Memphis, Tennessee; B. S., Biology; Portfolio Club; Thoroughbred Hour, Director. Fifth Row: • ANN BERRY ROBERTS, Morganfield, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Wesley Foundation, Secre- tary. • FRED DALE ROBERTS, Union City, Tennessee; B. S, Area in Business Administration; Scabbard and Blade, Presi- dent; Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Chi; Last Resort, Director; Intra- mural Sports. • LOWELL FOWLER ROBERTS, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Pi Kappa Alpha. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • JEAN MABRY ROBINSON, Cunningham, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Sigma Sigma Sigma. • JIMMY D. ROBINSON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Beta Tau Beta, Pledgcmaster; Intra- mural Sports; Business Club. • JIMMY RAY ROBINSON, Henshaw, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; International Relations Club; Vets Club; Sigma Lambda Iota, Secretary, Vice-President; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • JOYCE ANN RUDOLPH, Kcvil, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Editor; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Lambda Alpha; Shield; Thoroughbred Hour; Student Religious Council; Wesley Foundation; S. A. A. C. S.; Campus Lights; Y. W. C. A. • HUGH THOMAS RUSHING, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; Sigma Chi; " M " Club; Baseball, Captain. Second Row: • PATSY DEA SABEL, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry, Mathematics; S. A. A. C. S.; Woods Hall Council. • MARTHA LEWIS SAMMONS, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Cheerleader; German Club; S. N. E. A.; Tau Sigma Tau Sweetheart Attendant. • DON R. SAMPLES, Arlington, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Busi- ness Education; Pi Omega Pi; Business Ciub. • GLENN MILLER SANDERS, Dyersburg, Tennessee; B. S., Mathematics. • JEAN ELIZABETH SANFORD, Hickman, Kentucky; B. S., E.lementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Panhcllcnic Council; A. C. E. Third Row: • HERB SCHUPP, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Busi- ness Education; Sigma Chi; " M " Club. • CARL L. SCOGGINS, Boaz, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science. • MARY LOUISE SCOTT, Robards, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Business Club; Wes- ley Foundation. • SANDRA JEAN SCOTT, Ledbetter, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club; International Relations Club. • DAN P. SHANKLIN, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture; Agriculture Club, Reporter. 34 First Row: • JOSEPH SHEEHAN, Murray, Kentucky; 15. S., Chemis- try, Mathematics; Sigma Chi. • CHARLES PATTERSON SHIELDS, Kevil, Kentucky; B. A., Biology; Vets Club; German Club. • FERRY ALLEN SHIELDS, Sullivan, Kentucky; B. A., Biology; Sigma Chi; Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Second Row: • L. K. SHIELDS, Sturgis, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Administration. • JUDITH ANNE SHOEMAKER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • GEORGE HENRY SHOLAR, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry. Third Row: • SANDRA ANNE SISSON, Dukedom, Tennessee; B. S., Mathematics, Phvsics; A Capella Choir; Vivace Club; Physics Club. • ROBERT RAY SLAYDEN, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., General Business; Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-President, President; Sigma Chi; A Capella Choir; The Last Resort, Director. • FRANK J. SMIKOSKI, Chicago, Illinois; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Basketball; Intramural Sports. Fourth Row: • KENNETH W. SMITH, Grindstone, Pennsylvania; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Tau Omega; Industrial Arts Club; Band; Scabbard and Blade; Cheerleader; Vivace Club; Intramural Sports; Freshman Class President; Wells Hall Council. • MARY SUZANNE SMITH, LaPorte, Indiana; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Lambda Alpha. • JAMES MAC SMOTHERMAN. Murray. Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. Fifth Row: • TOMMY LEE SNEED, Cape Girardeau, Missouri; B. S., Area in Business Education. • BEVERLY RILEY SOLOMON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma; S. N. E. A. • JIM SOLOMON, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., General Busi- ness, Health and Physical Education; Alpha Tau Omega; Tennis; International Relations Club; S. N. E. A. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • JANE PRICE SPAHR, Clay, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Student Religious Council; Y. W. C. A., Vice-President; Baptist Student Union; Campus Lights. • GEORGIA CAROLE SPEIGHT, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education. • JO ANNE SPICELAND, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Elemen- tary Education. • ANN ELIZABETH STEPHENS, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., History; Lambda Iota Tau; International Relations Club; Ro- mance Language Club. • WYLMA ANN STEWART, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Gen- eral Business, History; Baptist Student Union. Second Row: • RICHARD HAROLD STOUT, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; Sigma Chi; Student Council, Vice-President; " M " Club; Football; Baseball; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • RUSSELL DURWOOD SULLIVAN, Milburn, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, Health and Physical Education. • RONALD P. SUMMERS, Joppa, Illinois; B. S., Area in So- cial Science. • CHARLES A. SUTTON, Bardwell, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry. • EUGENE PIERCE TALMADGE, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science. Third Row: • JOE EUGENE TARRY, Murray, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Band; A Cappella Choir; Madrigal Singers; Or- chestra. • DORIS CAROLYN TATE, Central City, Kentucky; B. S., General Business, Mathematics; Pi Omega Pi, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi; Shield; Business Club; Woods Hall Council, Pre-ident; Womens Inter-Dorm Council, Secretary; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • HARLAND LEE TAYLOR, Hardin, Kentucky; B. S, Area in Art; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Pi; Who ' s Who Among S.udcnt:; in American Universities and Colleges. • MARY ELLEN TAYLOR, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Library Science; Alpha Beta Alpha; Student Religious Council; Wcdey Foundation. • RICHARD GLENN TAYLOR, Wingo, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. 36 First Row: • JOYCE ANN TEAGUE, Kirkscy, Kentucky; B. S., Gen- eral Business, Library Science; Delta Lambda Alpha; Alpha Beta Alpha; Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student Union; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. • PEARL EVON TERRY, Bardwell, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Delta Lambda Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Home Economics Club; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Corresponding Secre- tary, Vice-President; Campus Favorites; Shield Queen; Scab- bard and Blade Sweetheart; Panhellenic Council; Thorough- bred Hour; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges. • PAT THOMAS, Hopkinsvillc, Kentucky; B. S., Agricul- ture, Chemistry; Alpha Tau Omega. Second Roto: • REGINA LOU THOMAS, Camden, Tennessee; B. A., Health and Physical Education; W. A. A., Treasurer; Water Carnival, Assistant Director, Director; Attendant to Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. • BILL THRELKELD, Burna, Kentucky; B. S., Mathe- matics; International Relations Club. • CAROLYN B. TIERNEY, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Ele- mentary Education; A. C. E. Third Row: • CHARLES GARNETT TOOHEY, Louisville, Kentucky; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Vets Club; Baseball. • GEORGE LYNDAL TOON, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Agriculture. • DONALD EDWIN TOONE, Evansvillc, Indiana; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club; Men on Campus; Mr. Body Beautiful; Student Organization, Vice-President; Football. Fourth Row: • RAY FRANKLIN TOWNSEND, Desloge, Missouri; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; Vets Club. • LORETTA DALE TUCKER, Murray, Kentucky; B. A., Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Chaplain, President; W. A. A.; Student Religious Council; German Club. • JOE M. TUHOLSKY, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Indus- trial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. Fifth Row: • PAUL K. TURNER, Dawson Springs, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Social Science; Student Council, Treasurer, President; Sigma Chi; Vets Club; International Relations Club; Romance Language Club; Men on Campus. • THOMAS ARTHUR TURNER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Health and Physical Education, Mathematics. • LOUISE W. TYREE, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education. SENIOR CLASS THE NINETEEN SIXTY First Row: • BILL EARNEST UNYI, Chicago, Illinois; B. S., Health and Physical Education; Football; Intramural Sports; Water Carnival; Body Beautiful. • RONALD DAVID URTON, Sturgis, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture; Pershing Rifles; Agriculture Club. • RICHARD HAROLD USHER, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E.; Student Religious Council. • LOWELL THOMAS UTLEY, Hardin, Kentucky; B. S., Bi- ology; Beta Beta Beta. • JANE W. VAUGHN, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Delta Lambda Alpha; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Student Religious Council; Shield; Business Club; Baptist Student Union. Second Row: • CHARLES LEON WALKER, Calvert City, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts, Mathematics; Industrial Arts Club; Vets Club. • NANCY JO WALKER, Benton, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Art; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Keeper of the Grades; Kappa Pi, Vice- President; Shield; Portfolio Club; College Television Artist; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges. • WANDA LUCILLE WALKER, Smithland, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Panhellenic Council; Business Club; Romance Language Club; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. • JIMMY C. WALLACE, Sturgis, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts; Pershing Rifles. • CHARLES HAYDEN WALSTON, Murray, Kentucky, B. S., General Business; Sigma Chi; Senior Class Vice-President. Third Row: • HARRY GLEN WARD, Dcsloge, Missouri; B. S., Area in Business Administration; Business Club; Yets Club, Correspond- ing Secretary. • WADE HAMPTON WEARREN, Jeffcrsontow n, Kentucky; B. S., Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. • ROY A. WEATHERLY, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., History; International Relations Club; Student Religious Council; Baptist Student Union; Campus Lights; Male Chorus. • BILLY CLYDE WELLS, Bells, Tennessee; B. S., Health and Physical Education, History; Pi Kappa Alpha; Interfraternity Council, President; Student Organization, President; International Relations Club, Vice-President; Intramural Sports, Director; Men on Campus; Senior Class President. • CHARLES N. WELLS, Morganfield, Kentucky; B. S., Agri- culture, Biology; Alpha Tau Omega; Agriculture Club. 38 First Row: • LARRY LOUIS WHEELER, Lynnville, Kentucky; B. S., History, Speech and Dramatics; Student Council; Student Religious Council; Sigma Chi; Last Resort, Director. • RICHARD G. WHEELER, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Pershing Rifles, Captain; Busi- ness Club; Beta Tau Beta. • CHARLES Y. WHITE, JR.. Farmington, Missouri; B. S, Chemistry, Mathematics; Vets Club. Second Row: • JACQUELINE ANN WHITE, Paducah, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Art; Kappa Pi; Campus Lights; Last Resort; Portfolio Club. • LINDA ANN WHITE, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; B. S., Home Economics; Sigma Sigma Sigma. • WILLIAM ANSLEY WHITE, Bardwell, Kentucky; B. S., Chemistry; S. A. A. C. S.; Physics Club; German Club. Third Row: • WILLIAM DEAN WHITESIDES, Murray, Kentucky; B. S., Accounting, Mathematics. • BOYD N. WHITT, Symsonia, Kentucky; B. S., Mathe- matics. • LEONARD PAUL WICE, Nortonville, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Industrial Arts; Scabbard and Blade; Epsilon Pi Tau; Distinguished Military Student; Pershing Rifles; Pi Kappa Alpha; Industrial Arts Club; Student Religious Council; Rifle Team. Fourth Row: • NORA LOUISE WILLIAMS, Henderson, Kentucky; B. S., Elementary Education; A. C. E. • DAYLE L. WINDSOR, Dukedom, Tennessee; B. S., Ag- riculture; Agriculture Club. • SANDRA LEE WINELAND, Orlando, Florida; B. A., English; Lambda Iota Tau; College News; International Rela- tions Club; German Club; Collegiate Press Club. Fifth Row: • NORMAN STANLEY WOODS, Sikeston, Missouri; B. S.. Area in Business Education; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice- President. • WILLIAM CROSS WYATT, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. S., General Business; Business Club. • FRANK YATES, Mayfield, Kentucky; B. A., English, History; Sigma Chi; Baseball; International Relations Club; " M " Club; Intramural Sports. Sixth Row: • SUE CAROLYN YATES, Kuttavva, Kentucky; B. S., Area in Business Education; Business Club; Y. W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. • W. RICHARD YOUNG, Louisville, Kentucky; B. M. E., Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Tau Kappa Epsilon. • MARTHA ALLENE ZARECOR, Humboldt, Tennessee; B. M. E., Music; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Sigma Alpha Iota; Vivace Club; Campus Lights. Ken McNccly, Vice President; Sandy Baughman, Secretary; Nancy Lewis, Treasurer; Phil Morgan, President. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The members of the Junior Class have experienced three years of life at Murray State. They are almost prepared to enter their chosen fields with a college background of which they can be proud. First Row: NANCY LOU ADAMS Fulton, Ky GEORGE E. AKERS Long Branch, N. J MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN ....Bandana, Ky JERRY GORDON ALSTON ....Murray, Ky TOM J. ANGERIO Long Branch, N. J Second Row: JOHN MILES ARNN Martin, Tenn. JERRY KERL ARTEBERRY ...Murray, Ky. CHARLES WILLIAM ASMUS ..La Porte, IncI PATRICIA LEE ATKINS ....Albemarle, N. C. BARBARA JEAN ATWOOD ....Paducah, Ky Third Row: JERRY LEE BAGGETT Rumsey, Ky LAURA JEAN BARNETT Almo, Ky JOE BARNHART Sturgis, Mich ROBERT MAX BARRETT Murray, Ky SANDRA BAUGHMAN Vero Beach, Fla Fourth Row: ROBERT FLETCHER BEVILL ...Paris, Tenn MARGARET BINGHAM Kuttawa, Ky MARION MAULDIN BLACKSTONE .Fulton Ky CAROLYN F. BOLSER Owensboro, Ky VADE BOLTON Paducah, Ky Fifth Row: REECE ALEXANDER BOND ...Union City Tenn WILLIAM HOWARD BONDURANT .Fulton Ky HELEN LOUISE BOONE Louisville, Ky OLIVE ANNE BOPP Owensboro, Ky MARIAN BOUSKA Florissant, Mo Sixth Row: CORINNE E. BRADY Louisville, Ky RICHARD FRANKLIN BRAY ...Paris, Tenn LYNN BOYD BRIDWELL Marion, Ky BILL BROOKS Boaz, Ky EDITH ELAINE BROWN . .Madisonville, Ky Seventh Row: MARVIN GILBERT BROWN ....Starke, Fla MYRNA ANN BUCHANAN Gary, Ind ED BUCKALEW Marion, Ky J. D. BURKE Nashville, Tenn ANNA COLEEN BURL1SON .Uniontown, Ky THE JUNIOR CLASS v lift r g q ■•- 41 First Row: LEO DANIEL BURNS Syracuse, N. Y. JAMES WOODROW BURRUSS, JR Owensboro, Ky. JOHN WILEY BUTLER Dyersburg, Tenn. EUGENE CALDWELL Paducah, Ky. PAUL RICHARD CAMP Pryorsburg, Ky. BARBARA JANE CAMPBELL Carmi, 111. BEALE CANON Murray, Ky. Second Row: CAROLYN BOST CANTER May field, Ky. ROCCO SALVATORE CAPONIGRI Chicago, 111. DAN CARMICHAEL Louisville, Ky. DONALD RAY CARTER May field, Ky. LARRY B. CARTER Mayfield, Ky. BOBBY HAROLD CASSITY Golden Pond, Ky. HARRIET CATES Maury City, Tenn. Third Row: ROBERT DAVID CHAMBERS Owensboro, Ky. WINSTON RAY CHESNEY La Porte, Ind. PATRICIA ANN CISSELL Mayfield, Ky. MARTHA L. CLAYTON Jackson, Tenn. ROBERT W. COLLINS Elkton, Ky. SIDNEY RAYE COMFORT Jackson, Miss. M ARCIA ANN COMPTON Paris, Tenn. Fourth Row: ROBERT W. COMPTON La Center, Ky. GARY B. COOPER Murray, Ky. JAMES M. COTrON Eddyville, Ky. ERWIN ALEXANDER COURT Calumet, Minn. GARY L. CRAWFORD Mayfield, Ky. MARTHA JANETTE CRIDER Marion, Ky. PATSY LUCAS CRUTCHFIEI.D Benton, Ky. Fifth Row: ELVIS DONALD CULLEN Paducah, Ky. JUDITH ANN CUNNINGHAM Muncie, Ind. ROBERT D. CURRY Areola, 111. EMILY SUE DANIEL Paris, Tenn. BETTY JEAN DARNELL Paducah, Ky. EDNA JEAN DAVIS Cerulean, Ky. ELECE ELIZABETH DAVIS Fredericksburg, Va. 42 First Row: JANET FAYE DAVIS Owensboro, Ky. JEAN DAVIS Murray, Ky. RUSSELL HARDY DAWSON . .Oakville, Ky. HUGH DURWARD DENING .Louisville, Ky. MARY JANK DILLAND Clinton, Ky. Second Row: NANCY ANN DOBSON Wingo, Ky. BETTE STAMPS DORAN Murray, Ky. BEVERLY ANN DOUGLASS ....Murray, Ky. LLTRICIA GAYLL DOUGLASS .Murray, Ky. JANE VEAZEY DRESBACK ....Murray, Ky. Third Row: WILLIAM DAVID DRISKII.l Sharon, Ky. DON DARRYL DUNCAN Mayfield, Ky. CHARLES D. DUYALI Detroit, Mich. GRAHAM CLAYTON DUVALL ..Frankfort, Ky. W.LLIAM DOYLE EDDINGS . . .Madisonville, Ky. Fourth Row: LARS O. EDEEN Murray, Ky. MAXINT. HOPKINS EDWARDS ....Dawson Springs, Ky. SHARRON LEE ELEY Paducah, Ky. GLENDA SUE ELKINS Almo, Ky. JAMLS GORDON ENIX Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: ROY H. ENOCH Murray, Ky. WILLIAM F. EVANOFF Calumet, Minn. RALPH W. EVITTS Graham, Ky. WILLIAM THOMAS EVITTS .Smithland, Ky. SARAH ELLEN FAHNESTOCK ..Bridgeport, 111. Sixth Row: PASY JO FIELDS Hickman, Ky. DONALEE MASON FORD Boaz, Ky. BENNIE JOE FOSTER Mayfield, Ky. JORETTA FOX Murray, Ky. JERRY LACEY FRAZ ' ER ....Mt. Vernon, iil. Seventh Row: JAMES HOWE FULLER Bardwcll, Ky. JIM FUTRELL Murray, Ky. JOHNNIE LEE GENTRY . .Jeffcrsontown, Ky. JACK DUANE GIBSON Portland, Ind. JUDY GIVEN Crossville, 111. THE JUNIOR CLASS mm 11 43 First Row: NORRIS G. GORRELL Elkton, Ky. PATRICIA ANN GOWIN La Grange, Ky. JARRELL LESTER GRAHAM Mt. Vernon, 111. SONJA KAY GREENFIELD Murray, Ky. JULIA NELL GRIFFITH Mayfield, Ky. CHARLES A. GRIMM Paducah, Ky. STEPHEN R. GROVE La Porte, Ind. Second Row: JANET SUE H AGAN Central City, Ky. JAMES NOLEN HALL Benton, Ky. ROBERT L. HALL Calvert City, Ky. NELLA MARLENE HAMLIN Mayfield, Ky. SHERRY JEANNENE HARDESTY Louisville, Ky. HENRY CODINGTON HARDGROVE . . . .Somerville, N. J. WAYNE THOMAS HARRF.LL Calvert City, Ky. Third Row: DOUGLAS CLAY HARRIS Owensboro, Ky. RALPH NORMAN HARRIS Vero Beach, Fla. DAVID W. H ARVEY Murphysboro, 111. BOBBYE KAYE HEATH Symsonia, Ky. ELIZABETH ANN HENRY Sturgis, Ky. MARY L. HEOB Crystal City, Mo. EUGENE HERNDON Almo, Ky. Fourth Row: MARY CHARLES HERRING Fulton, Ky. BEN M. HESTER Fredericksburg, Va. ROGER H. HEWLETT Paducah, Ky. DENNIS EDWARD HILL Detroit, Mich. HARLIN EUGENE HILL Paris, Tenn. NORMAN OYD HILL Providence, Ky. PAULA BLALOCK HILL Hazel, Ky. Fifth Row: WILLIAM EDWARD HOBBS Mayfield, Ky. BARBARA ANN HOKE Huntington, W. Va. BETTY LOUISE HOLLAND Hopkinsville, Ky. JAN THOMAS HOLLOWAY Wingo, Ky. ANNA BERNADINE HOOVER Louisville, Ky. FRAN HOWARD Murray, Ky. ALFRED GENE HOWLE Kevil, Ky. i | ,j en f? f-. £7| 44 First Row: GLENDA LEE HUGHES . . Adamsville, Tenn. HUGH C. HUNT Calhoun, Ky. LUCY HOLM AN HUNT ...Cunningham, Ky. ROSE-MARY HUNT Paducah, Ky. THOMAS DUNN HUTCHENS ..Murray, Ky. Second Row: JAMES EDWARD HYAMS Trenton, Ky. DIANA GRAY JACKSON Paris, Tenn. DORIS YATES JACKSON Benton, Ky. EMMA LOU JACKSON Paducah, Ky. WILLIAM E. JACKSON Bardwell, Ky. Third Row: JERRY BRIEN JACO Benton, Ky. EDWIN BRUCE JEFFRESS Clay, Ky. PAUL JENKINS, JR Indianapolis, Ind. STANLEY JOHNSON Murray, Ky. BETTYE SUE JONES Murray, Ky. Fourth Row: JACKIE WAYNE JONES Benton, Ky. JAMES FORREST JONES . .Gra d Rivers, Ky. LYNNOR ESTELLE KARHU ..Ashtabula, O. RICHARD STEPHEN KARLEN .Murray, Ky. GEORGE THEODORE KARNAVAS Pcnsacola, Fla. Fifth Row: THOMAS PAUL KASINGER ..Effingham, 111. ADA DIANE KEITH I Lirtford, Ky. MARY JANE KELLEY ....Valley Station, Ky. EULA REBECCA KEMPER Tiline, Ky. JAMES ROBERT KEVIL Princeton, Ky. Sixth Row: JAMES EDWARD KING Lebanon, Ind. ■MICHAEL LOREN KIRKPATRICK Metropolis, 111. ANDO KIVIRAKK Bradley Beach, N. J. ALBERT JOHN KOERTNER ...Murray, Ky. CAROLYN JOAN KRESSENBERG ..Paducah, Ky. Seventh Row: BERNIE HARVEY LAUFMANN ..La Porte, Ind. SALLY G. LEMONS Hopkinsville, Ky. RONALD B. LENTS Largo, Fla. NANCY FRANCES LEWIS ..Central City, Ky. JOSEPH KING LILLARD ..Water Valley, Ky. THE JUNIOR CLASS or • . P £ (? c 45 First Row: ROY S. LOGAN Hickman, Ky. TOM B. LOGAN Brownsville, Ky. JOHN WALTER LOVELL Fredonia, Ky. MILDRED SUE LUCKEY Paris, Tenn. LOIS F. LYNN Marion, Ky. ROBERT McCANN Warren, R. I. KEN ASHE McCOOL Covington, Tenn. Second Row: BOBBY GLENN McCORD Water Valley, Ky. DOUGLAS GEORGE McCULLEY Vienna, Md. TERRY McCULLOUGH LaPorte, Ind. JEANNIE MACKAY Fern Creek, Ky. KENNETH PATRICK McNEELY ....Berrien Springs, Mich. MARY FRANCES McNEELY Hardin, Ky. GERALD DAN McNUIT Murray, Ky. Third Row: JUDY O. McRAE Pembroke, Ky. MARY LOU McREYNOLDS Gracey, Ky. DAN T. MARSHALL Murray, Ky. OLIVIA BARNETT MARSHALL Murray, Ky. JOHN JOSEPH MASZAROS Harrisburg, 111. HENRY CLAY MEADOR Hopkinsville, Ky. RAYMOND CARLTON MELEAR Lake Worth, Fla. Fourth Row: JUDITH ANN MERRICK Paducah, Ky. JAMES RANDALL MILES Goodlettsville, Tenn. BOBBY GENE MILLER Hardin, Ky. NANCY FAYE MILLER Hickory, Ky. JERRY JEROME MILLS Mayfield, Ky. JOHN ALV1E MITCHUM Hickman, Ky. WILLIAM ALBERT MOATES Sommerville, N. J. Fifth Row: ELISABETH MAXENE MOORE Frankfort, Ky. JAMES BRUCE MOORE Hopkinsville, Ky. FREDERICK E. MORGAN Paducah, Ky. NANCY ANN MORGAN Paducah, Ky. PHILLIP LEE MORGAN Benton, Ky. WILLIAM ELLSWORTH MORRIS Paducah, Ky. BOBBY JEROME MURDOCK Collinsville, 111. r ItifcAlfc v - f f] % fclkft Ama t 46 THE JUNIOR CLASS Urn m k I n B IH I DENNIS WAYNE NEAL Lexington, Ky. 1 WILLIAM LEE NETTLETON .Bridgeport, 111. f £ k £■» ■ WILLIAM DONAL NEWPORT Puryear, ■ 1 EDWARD I. OLIVER Norris City, 111. Ifc A L JOSEPH W. O ' NEILL Fair Haven, N. J. y A _ %. jU Second Row: ■ I A MICHAEL ALAN O ' RIORDAN .. Chicago, 111. MA A U All A PEGGY ANN OUTLAND Murray, Ky. mm •K MKC . ■ t, ROBERT . () I SEN Hodgenville, Ky. f If P fc JIMMIE DALE PAGE Sedalia, Ky. c I - . Ji 11 RHAELEA PANKEY Huntingdon, Tenn. C BUDDY PARKER I j 1 mll |OHN DONALD PARKER ..Edmeston, N. V. If J mB TOM PAU1 M B « « JANICE LEI PERKINS Murray, Ky. fck ™ " FRANCES MARILYN PERRY .. .Paris, Tenn. P ! - f Fourth Row: DANIEL CARTIER P1CKELS ...Murray, Ky. RALPH A. PIENIAZKIEWICZ ...S.wth Bend, Ind. MARGARET ELIZAB1 II! kA A AS WL Hopkinsville, Ky. LOUISE J L jt L W fik BILL TAYLOR PRESSON Murray, Ky. | M •» _■ - Fifrf, -- J : " PAT GALE PROW Madisonville, Ky. J V V. Jl NT l l l ..Crystal City, A f A H k I At A A Mill | Hi Hi H JHf I. WELLS PURDOM Murray, Ky. JAMES F. RAINS Murray, Ky. 4 f ( t- W at I V " r " Jf 4 t Sixth Row: i w 4, DONALD RA-i RAMAGE Paducah, Ky. 1 L fikZ Hickory, Ky. ft t 1 W dK£ Il I lA Bw HERBERT GLENN RAMP llW ? Al l A f V A L. t A JOHN iM. RAMSEY Dawson Springs, Ky. All » « " « « AW H Seventh Row: s£. } uTf fjrwTl, Eg J ALVIN V. RAVENSCROFT ..Ferndale, Mich. l. iF " 3 RICHARD LARRY RAY Central City, Ky. B JL 4. LAWRENCE RAY REEDER ....Murray, Ky. A Hfc i JW ' . " w A - IRWIN REICHMUTH WZ A t A A ll i P I " yl ImI Mil A! » j| 47 First Row: V. SLT REYNOLDS Smithland, Ky. VIRGINIA ANN RICKMAN Kuttawa, Ky. DONALD RAYMOND RIDEOUT Henderson, Ky. BENNY RUDOLPH RILEY Hickory, Ky. BOBBY GENE RILEY Benton, Ky. JOYCE KAYE ROACH Symsonia, Ky. MAC HENRY ROBARDS Hartford, Ky. Second Row: CHARLES E. ROBERTS Columbus, Ky. JO ANN ROGERS Paducah, Ky. ROBERT DAVID ROUSSIN Crystal City, Mo. PATSY ROYSTER Henderson, Ky. RALPH S. RUGGIERO Bethpage, N. Y. SAM PRESTON RYNEARSON Wolf Island, Mo. RONALD RAYMOND SCHUE Lemay, Mo. Third Row: COLE JAMES SHANNON Desloge, Mo. ELIZABETH ANN SHELBY Wingo, Ky. PHILLIP MORGAN SHELTON Mayfield, Ky. MANON HUDSON SHETLER Owensboro, Ky. ORVAL WAYNE SHETLER Owensboro, Ky. JOHN D. SHROAT Murray, Ky. PEGGY SUE SHROAT Murray, Ky. Fourth Row: NEWTON FULTON SIMS Athens, Ala. DONALD RAY SISK Providence, Ky. EDWARD MILLER SKINNER Providence, Ky. GERALD DWA1N SLEDD Benton, Ky. SAUNDRA CAROLYN SLUSMEYER Murray, Ky. ADDIE ROSE SMITH Kenton, Tenn. BARBARA HELAINE SMITH Savannah, Tenn. Fifth Row: ROGER PHILIP SMITH La Porte, Ind. WANDA JUNE SONS Fulton, Ky. CLARENCE MONROE SPARKMAN Hopkinsville, Ky. THOMAS LESTER SPELMAN Indianapolis, Ind. PATRICIA DAVID STEIN Leisure City, Fla. CHARLES COLE STEPHENS Owensboro, Ky. GEORGE LEE STOCKTON Bardwell, Ky. 48 First Row: TOM K. STOLTENBORG Tampa, Fla. GEORGE EDWARD STONE ..Mayfield, Ky. CHARLES H. STORY .Murray, Ky. CARL MORRIS STOUT, JR Murray, Ky. DIANE WILMA STREY Springfield, Ky. Second Row: BOBBY LEIN SUMMAR . . . . Dyersburg, Term. RICHARD T. SUROWIEC ....La Porte, Ind. JIMMY LEE SWAN Central City, Ky. NANCY GAIL SYKES Murray, Ky. JUDITH YUKIKO TAKANO Waipahu, Hawaii Third Row: CARMERITA Y. TALENT Murray, Ky. JAMES RONOLD TALENT Murray, Ky. ALEATHE O. TAYLOR Pryorsburg, Ky. FRANCES INEZ TAYLOR Wickliffe, Ky. BUSTER J. THOMAS Cadiz, Ky. Fourth Row: RICHARD OWEN THOMAS JR. ..Sebastian, Fla. CLYDE DALE THOMLISON ...Murray, Ky. MARTHA SUE THOMPSON ...Benton, Ky. THOMAS L. THOMPSON Padueah, Ky. CLINTON RAY TODD Henderson, Ky. Fifth Row: BOBBY JOE TOON Murray, Ky. DONALD SEYMOUR TRAVIS ..Benton, Ky. GARY LYNN TRENTHAAi ..Gleason, Tenn. CHARLOTTE DEAN TREVATHAN Murray, Ky. BETTY TURLEY Slaughters, Ky. Sixth Row: NANCY PE-RAL TYLER Hickory, Ky. RONALD KENNETH TYNER ...Fulton, Ky. DON V r AN HERCK Bismarck, Mo. CAROL SUE VAN WINGEN ....Speed, Ind. JOHN JAMES VTVIANA Chicago, 111. Seventh Row: DOUGLAS EARL WADE Cadiz, Ky. ROBERT THOMAS WALDEN ..Padueah, Ky. JAMES RAY WALKER Padueah, Ky. BILLY JOE WALLACE Providence, Ky. ROBERT LOUIS WALTER ...Louisville, Ky. THE JUNIOR CLASS 4P% Jffri -- Cj fD lifting e% A p fs o 49 First Row: ROY LEE WARD Paducah, Ky. BARBARA JO WATERS Murray, Ky. CHARLES RICHARD WATKINS Henderson, Ky. JO ANN WATSON Mayficld, Ky. ROBERT EDWARD WATSON Bardwell, Ky. HARRIET R. WEARREN Louisville, Ky. EDWARD ERNEST WECKWERT Detroit, Mich. Second Row: LOUIS MICHEAL WELLS Central City, Ky. RICHARD MERL WELLS Central City, Ky. JOHN F. WEST Hazel, Ky. JACKITA WHITE Murray, Ky. LEX WHITE, JR Cave City, Ky. JUDITH ANN WIKTOR Peotone, 111. WILLIAM HOWARD WILBERT . .Spring Lake Heights, N. J. Third Row: THOMAS REED WILES Bruceton, Tenn. GLENDA FAYE WILEY Hickman, Ky. HAROLD HOWARD WILKINS Benton, Ky. WILLIAM EDWARD WILLETT Mayfield, Ky. BETTY CAROLYN WILLIAMS Savannah, Tenn. STANFORD D. WILLIAMS Carmi, 111. ELIAS D. WILLIAMSON Cadiz, Ky. Fourth Row: HENRY WALLACE WILLOUGHBY Murray, Ky. DERREL GENE WrLSON Hazel, Ky. ELBERT DEAN WILSON Salem, Ky. JAMES DONALD WILSON Huntingdon , Tenn. KENNETH MICHAEL WINN Fredonia, Ky. KEN ROSE WINSTON Dukedom, Tenn. BEULAH FAYE WOOTEN Carmi, 111. Fifth Row: T. WHIT WOOTON Watertown, N. Y. LYNDA C. WYATT Mayfield, Ky. FRANK H. YANCY Paducah, Ky. RICHARD C. YARBRO Stanton, Tenn. RAY LYNN YEARGAIN Farmington, Mo. GARY KENNETH YOUNG Desloge, Mo. lift 4 fcJ r i 5l c 50 c« a i n . nBi . j • a Dale Mitchell, President; Eu- gene Rogers, Vice President; Peggy LaFever, Treasurer; Mary Lee Outland, Secretary. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS In their second year at Murray, the Sophomores adapted themselves to college life and took their place in the position of backbone of the student body. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS i,Afcifcl F ' nt Kouv BILLIE MARIE ADAMS Murray, Ky. CHARLENE JO ADAMS Louisville, Ky. DON RICHARD ADAMS Mayfield, Ky. GLEN OWEN ADAMS Wickliffe, Ky. LORN A LEE ALEXANDER Murray, Ky. Second Row: ROBERT B. ALEXANDER Cadiz, Ky. AMOS ALTON ANDERSON ..Arlington, Ky. CARL GORDON ANDERSON ..Burkley, Ky. VERNON BRIAN ANDERSON ..Murray, Ky. MARGIE YOUNG ARMBRUSTER ..Murray, Ky. Third Row: LINDA MAE ARRINGTON Fulton, Ky. ROBERT KENT BABB Mayfield, Ky. JOHN LEWIS BAGWELL Paducah, Ky. JULIA MAE BAILEY Uniontown, Ky. FREDRICK ANTHONY BAKER ..Dyer, Ind. Fourth Row: LARRY G. BARNES Smithland, Ky. DONALD RAY BARTLETT . . Centertovvn, Ky. JON HOWARD BAXTER Louisville, Ky. AMON EARL BEASLEY Island, Ky. VIRGINIA DIX BELOW . . . . Morganfield, Ky. Fifth Row: JUDY LYNN BENNETT Paducah, Ky. LAWRENCE MORRIS BENTON ..Arlington, Va. HAROLD T. BEQUETTE Hickman, Ky. JAMES EDWARD BERRY ..Morganfield, Ky. FAYE VANCE BEYER Kevil, Ky. Sixth Row: LOUIS MARTIN BEYER Murray, Ky. LYNN BINKLEY Pembroke, Ky. JOE ANN BLADES Dawson Springs, Ky. VERNON LEWIS BLEWETT ..Paducah, Ky. DIAN BLUHM Scottdale, Pa. Seventh Row: LINNIE JO BOGARD Golden Pond, Ky. GARY W. BOGGESS Hardin, Ky. EUGENE PAUL BOHNA ..East Millsboro, Pa. HAROLD WAYNE BOWNER ...V-unie, 111. BARBARA JEAN BOSS Kevil, Ky. 52 First Row: SANDRA FAY BOWEN Fulton, Ky. CHARLES H. BOVVERS Fulton, Ky. MARILYN JANE BOYD Wingo, Ky. ■VIONA JANF BOYD Evansville, Ind. JERRY ALLEN BRAMLET Harrisburg, 111. LARRY DEAN BREWER Benton, Ky. GEORGE NICHOL BRITT Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: FREDERICK WALKER BROCK Clinton, Ky. DONALD W. BROWN Cayce, Ky. ELAINE BROWN Benton, Ky. GLEN FRANKLIN BROWN Hardin, Ky. HAROLD WADE BROWN Benton, Ky. JO LLOYD BROWN Durham, N. C. MICHAEL OLIVER BROWN Arlington, Ky. Third Ron-: CHARLES HENRY BRUMFIELD Oak Grove, Ky. EDWARD IRVIN BUCHANAN Paducah, Ky. LOR ETTA M. BUCY Murray, Ky. ROBERT EDWARD BURNETT Mayfield, Ky. STEPHEN PHILLIP BURNS Murray, Ky. CAROL LEE BYARS Madisonville, Ky. JIMMY RONALD CANN Calvert City, Ky. Fourth Row: JUDITH ELAINE CARMAN Mayfield, Ky. JOE CARTWRIGHT Murray, Ky. JERRY LEON CHAPPELLE Farmington, Mo. DAN CLEVELAND CHARLTON Murray, Ky. LOWELL GENE CHILDRESS Providence, Ky. PAULA JEAN CHRISTIANSEN Peotonc, 111. CHARLES RUSSELL CHURCH Owensboro, Ky. Fifth Row: DAVID MILTON CLACK Charleston, Mo. THEODORE HARRISON CLACK, JR East Aurora, N. Y. THOMAS WRIGHT CLAPP Clinton, Ky. CAROLINE FAYE CLARK Paducah, Ky. ANN REEVES CLAXTON Clinton, Ky. ROBERT MEL CLEY1DENCE Charleston, Mo. JOHN DAVID COLLI Y Farmington, Ky. 53 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: CLARENCE GORDON COLLINS . . . . Maunie, 111. PATRICIA JANE CONNER ....Paducah, Ky. RALPH B. CONNER Mayfield, Ky. BILLIE CARDWELL COLE . . Madisonville, Ky. ARTHUR K. COOK Owensboro, Ky. Second Row: DAVID WOODSON COOK . Hopkinsville, Ky. RUTH CAROL COOPER Wingo, Ky. JACOB ANDREW COPE Mayfield, Ky. PATRICIA SUSAN CORBELL ....Henderson, Ky. JOHN CORSIGLIA Cassville, N. J. Third Row: DAVID FRANCIS COTTON ..Eddyville, Ky. MARILYN SUE COULTAS . . . . Lewisport, Ky. WANDA SUE COWLING ....Alt. Carmel, 111. DARRELL LEE CRAIG . . . . Elizabethtown, Ky. CHARLOTTE EDWARD CRAWFORD Mayfield, Ky. Fourth Row: JIMMY NORRIS CREEKMUR ..Eddyville, Ky. BILLY JOE CRIDER Marion, Ky. BRENDA JOYCE CROCKETT .Symsonia, Ky. JOE HARRIS CROFT, JR Henderson, Ky. JIMiMY L. CROSS Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: BETTY JEAN CROWELL Paducah, Ky. PENELOPE CROWELL Symsonia, Ky. DONALD EUGENE CRUCE ....Marion, Ky. JULIA THEORA CULLOM Joplin, Mo. GERALD C. CUMMINS Princeton, Ky. Sixth Row: MABEL LOUISE CUMMINS ....Lyndon, Ky. DIANA CUNNINGHAM ...Dukedom, Tenn. FRANK CUNNINGHAM . . .Clarksville, Tenn. DONNA FAYE DANIFXS ..Madisonville, Ky. RUTH ANN DARNELL ....Dukedom, Tenn. Seventh Row: WENDELL DAVENPORT Marion, Ky. DONALD LEO DAVINROY Venice, 111. CLIFFORD RONALD DAVIS ....Harlan, Ky. CLIFTON V. DAVIS Bowling Green, Ky. RUTH MARGARET DEASON ..Owensboro, Ky. 54 First Row: BILL DENHAM Murray, Ky. REBECCA VIRGINIA DEVINE Murray, Ky. MONNA FAY DIVINE Bremen, Ky. DONALD BENNETT DOWDY Mayfield, Ky. HERMAN E. DOWDY Ripley, Tenn. PATRICIA ANN DOWELL Paducah, Ky. DAVID L. DRONE Shawneetown, 111. Second Row: DOROTHY HOLLOW AY DULANEY Clarkton, Mo. J. B. DUNCAN, JR Murphysboro, 111. JOE DUNKIN Paducah, Ky. JERRY LEE DUPRIEST Smithland, Ky. NANCY LOUISE DURFEE Dover, Tenn. ROBERT SIDNEY EASLEY Kirksey, Ky. ROGER ALLEN EDMONDSON Sturgis, Ky. Third Row: HAROLD DOUGLAS EDWARDS Benton, Ky. LINDA RUTH ELKINS Inkster, Mich. MARTHA DIANE ELKINS Murray, Ky. ALICE YVONNE EL.MORE Evansville, Ind. ADELL ENGLISH Benton, Ky. SAUNDRA EVANS Greensboro, N. C. THOMAS EARL FARTHING Sturgis, Ky. Fourth Row: JILL FEAGAN Hopkinsville, Ky. JANET FENTRESS Herndon, Ky. ANTHONY JOSEPH FIORAVANTI Melrose Park, 111. GERALD SCOTT FITTS Murray, Ky. MARY PATRICIA FLEENER Beaver Dam, Ky. DON LOYD FOREMAN Rock Island, 111. DENNIS WAYNE FORLER Dale, Ind. Fifth Row: KENNETH WAYNE FOSTER Henderson, Ky. JAMES TERRY FRANKLIN Clay, Ky. BRIAN FRITZ Bridgeport, 111. WILLIAM GORDON FRITZ Senath, Mo. NANCY SUE FUQUA Oakville, Ky. CAROLYN SUE FULTON Murray, Ky. CHRISTINE ELIZABTH FUMBANKS Dyersburg, Tenn. f Jv 55 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS MURRAY STATE rni i ft f First Row: OLLIE RAMONNA GADDIS . .Harrisburg, 111. TERRY 15 A VIS GAINES Hebron, Ky. CARL DOUGLAS GARRET ..Dawson Springs, Ky. SANDRA LOUISE GARY ..Valley Station, Ky. ANITA DARLENE GATES Sebree, Ky. Second Row: SHEILA ROSE GEORGE Murray, Ky. JAMES T. GIBBS Avon Park, Fla. LAVONDA ANN GILES Hickman, Ky. MARTHA ANN GISH Central City, Ky. CECIL MURRY GLASS Alabaster, Ala. Third Row: JOE ANN GOODMAN Trenton, Tenn. CLYDE HARRISON GRACE, JR. . Nortonville, Ky. ROBERT H. GRAHAM Owensboro, Ky. DONNA SUE GRAY Central City, Ky. RON LEO GREENE Terrc Haute, Ind. Fourth Row: JERRY BRUCE GREENWOOD ..East Prairie, Mo. PHILLIP DAVID GRIEF Paducah, Ky. LUCILLE LaFONREE GRIFFIN ...Kevil, Ky. JOHN TRAVIS GRIFFIS ....Vero Beach, Fla. CARL GLEN GROG AN Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: BARBARA GUMM Louisville, Ky. JIM HAAG Louisville, Ky. SARA LYNN HAHS Murray, Ky. GERALD DON HALE Murray, Ky. PATRICIA ANN HALE Louisville, Ky. Sixth Row: JENNY LYNN HARDEMAN ...Mayficld, Ky. MARSHELLE HARDESTY ....Louisville, Ky. JOHN RICHARD HARDIN, JR. ..Henderson, Ky. PAUL R. HARP Vcro Beach, Fla. TERRY GENE HARRELL Mayfield, Ky. Seventh Row: JANET YVONNE HARRISON . . Crossville, 111. BENNIE LEE HART Buchanan, Tenn. JAMES DAVID HASTINGS, JR. ..Paris, Tenn. RUPERT BROOKS HATCHER ..Benton, Ky. SANDRA KAYE HAYDEN . . . . Kuttawa, Ky. 56 First Row: GARY G. HAYNES Henderson, Ky. ROSALYN HAYWOOD Murray, Ky. NILES T. HELSETH Vero Beach, Fla. MICHAEL AUBREY HERNON Paducah, Ky. NOLA MARGARET HERTZ Kankakee, 111. CLARENCE PASCHAL HESTER Valley Station, Ky. ALICE SARAH HICKS Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: SARA DARNALL HILL Benton, Ky. CHARLES RANDALL HINSON East Alton, 111. VIRGINIA LEE HIXON Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT RAY HOAGLAND Morganfield, Ky. ROBERT A. HOBBS Mayfield, Ky. AD YOUNG HODGE, JR Sturgis, Ky. AILENE HODGE Paducah, Ky. Third Row: FRANK McGUIRE HODGSON Clarksville, Tenn. NANCY LEE HOLLAND Paducah, Ky. GARY DALE HOLLIDAY Grayville, 111. GEORGE WAYNE HOLLOWELL Caruthersville, Mo. JANET LOUISE HOWARD Paducah, Ky. JEANIE HOWARD Vero Beach, Fla. JUDITH ANN HOWELL Benton, Ky. Fourth Row: LINDA ANN HOWELL Fort Lauderdale, Fla. HILLRIE ANN HOWELL Ilsley, Ky. DEANNA SUE HUGHES Crossville, III. ROBERT PRYOR HUIE Paducah, Ky. VERBAL HULFACHOR Cowling, 111. RONALD EUGENE HUNT Paducah, Ky. WILLIAM EDWARD HUNT Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: WILLIAM WESLEY HUNTER Wickliffe, Ky. HAROLD THOMAS HURT Murray, Ky. RICHARD MARVIN HUTSON Murray, Ky. CATHERIN MAE IRVIN Murray, Ky. JIMMY CHARLES 1VEY Fulton, Ky. GERALD VERNON JACKSON Lyndon, Ky. WILLIAM A. JACKSON Fulton, Ky. p ft p f) P p O M ■ m ' t Tv ' AAiifc V THE SOPHOMORE CLASS O £5 Q First Row: WILLIAM EDWARD JACKSON .Murray, Ky. PHILLIPS MIZELL JEFFREY ...Paducah, Ky. RICHARD HOWELL JETT ....Paducah, Ky. MARTIN STIRLING JOHNSON Crown Point, Ind. DONALD MORRIS JONES . . . . Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: HAROLD CURTIS JONES ....Princeton, Ky. HENRY EARL JONES Murray, Ky. OVLE GENE JONES Hopkinsville, Ky. PATRICIA FAYE JONES ..Grand Rivers, Ky. WYLENE JONES Murray, Ky. Third Row: EVON SUITER KELLY Murray, Ky. CAROLYN FRANCES KENT ..Princeton, Ky. GARY WAYNE KERSHNER . . . . Hagerstown, Md. GARY KENT KING Mayfield, Ky. JAMES HOWARD KING Hickman, Ky. Fourth Row: SARA JANE KING Murray, Ky. JANIE R. KIRKSEY Madisonville, Ky. RUBY CAROL KISSLING Louisville, Ky. PHILLIP DEAN KNIGHT Sturgis, Ky. DAVID BLACKBURN KOONCE ...Mayfield, Ky. Fifth Row: LARRY KENT KROPP Farmington, Mo. NORRIS JOINER LACY . . . . Hopkinsville, Ky. DOROTHY LADD LaCenter, Ky. PEGGY ANN LaFEVER Murray, Ky. MARY REBECCA LAMB Jackson, Miss. Sixth Row: BENNY GALE LANE Harrisburg, 111. HARVEY LOUIS LANGFORD .Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT DELL LANTZ Murray, Ky. ELIZA CAROL LARKINS Cerulean, Ky. WILLIAM BAILY LASATER, JR. ..Carmi, 111. Seventh Row: MARY ROBERTA LAWRENCE .Paducah, Ky. DELORES DICK LAWSON ...Mayfield, Ky. JAMES S. LAWSON Mayfield, Ky. BOBBY CLYDE LAX New Concord, Ky. PHYLIS ELIZABETH LEE Paducah, Ky. 58 First Row: MARTHA JEAN LIGON Anna, III. JOHN W. LINDNER Hinsdale, 111. SAMUEL W. LINEBAUGH Mayfield, Ky. SHARRON RAE LOBDELL Louisville, Ky. ELIZABETH RAY LOCKE Henderson, Ky. LASSIE LEE LOCKMON Dyersburg, Tenn. ALBERTIS GENE LONG Bardwell, Ky. Second Row: BENNY JOE LOOKOFSKY Mayfield, Ky. BRENDA DIANE LOOS Lemay, Mo. MARTHA LEA LORAN Louisville, Ky. SANNA LEE LOUDERMILK Wickliffe, Ky. POLLY LEAVY LOWERY Mayfield, Ky. PEGGY JOYCE LOVVRY Princeton, Ky. JAMES RALPH LYLES Symsonia, Ky. Third Row: LARRY DEAN LYNN Charleston, Mo. JOYCE ANNE MABRY Hickman, Ky. LEE N. MABRY Cunningham, Ky. SHIRLEY CANTER McALPIN Sedalia, Ky. PETER McCLENDON Mayfield, Ky. LARRY THOMAS McCLURE Symsonia, ' Ky. CHARLES W. McDOWELL Providence, Ky. Fourth Row: RUTH LYNN McGAUGH Union City, Tenn. MARTHA KATHLEEN McGREW Eminence, Ky. ANNETTE McKNIGHT Hopkinsville, Ky. FRANKIE ERWIN McNUTT Murray, Ky. NANCY LOUISE McNUTT Pleasant Plains, 111. MICHAEL W. McWEENY Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM EUGENE MADDOX Owensboro, Ky. Fifth Row: LEN J. MAHONY Elmhurst, 111. CARL W. MAYS Humboldt, Tenn. WILLIAM REX MEHR Bells, Tenn. ANNA LaVERNE MELTON Sebree, Ky. JESUS SEGUNDO MENENDEZ Sagua La Grande, Cuba HENRIETTA METZGER Murray, Ky. JANE METZGER Murray, Ky. 59 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS First Rcnv: TOMMY MEYER Benton, Ky. JOE K. MILAM Lewisburg, Ky. EMILY ZANE MILLER Murray, Ky. JUDITH ANN MILLER Symsonia, Ky. PAUL LEE MILLER Harrisburg, 111. Second Row: SANDRA LEE MILLER Murray, Ky. TOMMY LEE MILLER Eddyville, Ky. WILD A KAY MILLER Murray, Ky. ALYCE R. MILLS Mayfield, Ky. DALE BRYANT MITCHELL Carmi, 111. Third Row: HILDA N. MITCHELL ..Dawson Springs, Ky. WILLIAM EUGENE MITCHELL ....Marion, Ky. ROBERT JAY MOBLEY Benton, Ky. DIANA MONROE Indianapolis, Ind. HUGH MONTGOMERY Calhoun, Ky. Fourth Row: BETTY JOYCE MORRIS Pembroke, Ky. SALLY MAE MORRIS Hopkinsville, Ky. ROBERT B. MOSELEY, JR Mayfield, Ky. BILLIE JO MOSLEY Kevil, Ky. JOSEPH A. MUNGER Sikeston, Mo. Fifth Row: MADONNA MAY MUSIL . . . . Lesterville, S. D. MARINELL MYERS Lynn Grove, Ky. SAUNDRA LEE NEISWONGER . Oak Grove, Ky. RONALD WAYNE NELSON ....Benton, Ky. DAVID LEON NEWCOM Sturgis, Ky. Sixth Row: DOROTHY JEAN NEWCOA4 ...East Prairie, Mo. BOBBY WAYNE NORS WORTHY ...Benton, Ky. JANE C. NORS WORTHY Benton, Ky. BRENDA SUE NORVELL ..Central City, Ky. LINDA SUE NUCKOLLS Paducah, Ky. Seventh Row: WILLIAM C. O ' BRIEN Paducah, Ky. JIMMIE LAWRENCE O ' DONLEY ..Grayville, 111. CAROLE ANN OLSON Anna, 111. THOMAS FREDERICK OMER . .Morganfield, Ky. WILLIAM GARRY ORGAN .Morganfield, Ky. 60 First Row: FRANK R. OSWALD Chicago, 111. MARY LEE OUTLAND West Palm Beach, Fla. RUETTA LOUISE OVERBY Murray, Ky. NANCY CAROL OWEN Kuttawa, Ky. CARMEN CHARLES PACELLA Chicago, 111. LELA JEANETTE PARDUE Auburn, Ky. DONNA KAY PARKER Murray, Ky. Second Row: JOHNNY DANIEL PARKER Murray, Ky. JOSEPH H. PARKER Hickman, Ky. MARY LOU PARKER New Berlin, N. Y. WILLIAM LAWRENCE PASCHAL Fairdale, Ky. RICHARD LLOYD PAYTON Louisville, Ky. OLIN M. PEARCY Dycusburg, Ky. JIMMY DON PECK Paducah, Ky. Third Row: JUNE PERKINS Fredonia, Ky. ED WIN A T. PETRIE Cunningham, Ky. ALAN MacKENZIE PIGGOT Detroit, Mich. FRANCES PINSON Jackson, Miss. DAVID MACK PIRTLE Water Valley, Ky. JEANETTE ANN POLK Greenville, Ky. MYRNA JEAN POLLARD Princeton, Ky. Fourth Row: HOWARD EUGENE POTTER Michigan City, Ind. CORA ELLEN POULTER Shelbyville, Ky. MAXINE BRUCE PREUETT Providence, Ky. JIMMIE FERRELL PREVETT Fulton, Ky. ZOE LYNETTE PRYOR Mayfield, Ky. DAN ROBERT PUGH Murray, Ky. HARRY JAMES RAINS, JR Elizabeth, N. J. Fifth Row: CARNIE O ' NEIL R AMER Smithland, Ky. JOE WAYNE RANDOLPH Nortonville, Ky. JAMES LEE RASCO Barlow, Ky. NANCY LYNN RAWDON Trenton, Tenn. JO ELLEN RAY Goreville, 111. MARTHA FRANCIS RAY Buchanan, Tenn. JOYCE REAGAN Dresden, Tenn. 61 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS ■HtMH if la First Row: LINDA SUE REID Paducah, Ky. JOE P. RICHERSON Benton, Ky. GAIL MARIE RIDGWAY . . . Middletown, Ky. SANDRA L. RIECHMANN . . . . Carrollton, 111. RONALD WAYNE RISTER ....Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: DANNY C. ROBERTS Murray, Ky. MARTHA EV ALINE ROBERTS ....Franklin, Ky. MARY ANN ROBERTS Sturgis, Ky. JAMES HAROLD ROBERTSON ...Henshaw, Ky. MARTHA JULIA ROBISON ...LaCenrer, Ky. Third Row: DANIEL PRENTICE ROBLING . Madisonville, Ky. GARY LEE ROCK Hartford, Ky. BETTY ANN ROGERS ....Lynn Grove, Ky. BILLY M. ROGERS Murray, Ky. EUGENE FRANKLIN ROGERS, JR. Fredonia, Ky. Fourth Row: PHILLIP GENE ROGERS Murray, Ky. KENNETH R. ROSE Benton, Ky. GLENDA JOYCE ROWLAND .EddyviUe, Ky. MARY VOES ROWLAND Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT M. ROWLSON Detroit, Mich. Fifth Row: EDITH JANELL RUDD Smithland, Ky. JOHNNY RAY RUDD Sturgis, Ky. JANET CAROL RUSSELL Mayfield, Ky. BONNIE FAY ST. JOHN Hazel, Ky. BETTY ELAINE SAMPLES . .Fancy Farm, Ky. Sixth Row: JOHN CAVENDER SANDERSON ...Murray, Ky. NANCY JANE SAWYER Hickory, Ky. DANIEL DAVID SCHELLER .Mount Vernon, Ind. JAMES GEORGE SCHLITT Massapequa, N. Y. EDWIN LOUIS SCHNEIDER ....Vero Beach, Fla. Seventh Row: BARBARA NELL SCOTT Bardwell, Ky. KENNETH CHARLES SCOTT West Paducah, Ky. BUDDY HENRY SEARCY ...Tallahassee, Fla. ALVIE NEAL SELLARS Paducah, Ky. ERROL NEIL SELTZER Paducah, Ky. 62 First Row: JERRY GORDON SEVERNS Paducah, Ky. LINDA LOU SHAFFER Tolu, Ky. SHARON DEE SHAPKOFF West Frankfort, 111. SUZANNE CARLENE SHARP Owensboro, Ky. J. PHILLIP SHELTON Dawson Springs, Ky. DORIS JEAN SHERWOOD Paris, Tenn. HENRY DIX SHIREL Henshaw, Ky. Second Row: ALICE MARIE SHOLAR Cadiz, Ky. PEGGY ANN SIMPKINS East Prairie, Mo. ADRAIN JIMMIE SINGLETON Louisville, Ky. STUART SKLAR Massapequa, N. Y. DONALD THOMAS SMITH Horse Cave, Ky. DONALD WAYNE SMITH Calvert City, Ky. NANCY ANITA SMITH Paducah, Ky. Third Row: ROBERT LEE SNEED St. Charles, Ky. JOHN CHARLES SNIDER Belle Glade, Fla. MARY LOUISE SOWELL Murray, Ky. SANDRA SOWELL Paducah, Ky. HARRY SPARKS, JR Murray, Ky. LINDA JEAN SPRINGER Morganfield, Ky. GAYLE CLAYTON SPURLOCK Princeton, Ky. Fourth Row: JOHN MICHAEL STALL1NS Benton, Ky. RALPH E. STARiYIER La Porte, Ind. ROBERT JAMES STEVENS Massapequa Park, N. Y. SUZANNE VEAL STIMSON Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT NELSON STOKES Elkton, Ky. LOWELL F. STONECIPHER Irvington, 111. CAROLYN STOUT Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: HOMER SAMUEL STRADER Glasgow, Ky. JAMES ROBERT STRONG Princeton, Ky. GENE RAYMOND STUBBS Marion, Ind. MER WARD STUDOR Indianapolis, Ind. JERRY C. SUMMER VILLE Champaign, 111. NANCY CAROL SUMMERVILLE Hickory, Ky. CHARLES A. SWEATT Buchanan, Tenn. 63 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS _ _ i • _ w m _____ _— _ _ _i _fe .-mm—. EDWARD TAGGART Wanamassa, N. J. ROBERT DOUGLAS TAPP .Madisonville, Ky. CHARLES DWA1N TAYLOR ....Murray, Ky. WALTER K. TAYLOR Calhoun, Ky. WANDA TAYLOR Almo, Ky. Second Row: BARBARA MARVETTE TENNANT Chicago, 111. WILLIAM EDMOND TERRY ..Bardwell, Ky. CHARLES A. THACKER Litchfield, 111. DENNIS MERLIN THOMASSON ....Benton, Ky. WILLIS LEE THORNSBERRY ...Sturgis, Ky. Third Row: CHARLES R. THURMAN Murray, Ky. BERNARD E. TICHENAR . . . Centertown, Ky. MICHAEL EDWARD TIERNEY, III .Murray, Ky. CAROL JANE TOMES Louisville, Ky. CONSTANCE RAMONA TOOKE .Cadiz, Ky. Fourth Row: CHARLES DAVID TRAINER ..Bardwell, Ky. JOE PAT TREVATHAN Murray, Ky. RENA JOAN TURNER LaOenter, Ky. MARGARET ANN TYLER ..Vine Grove, Ky. JOHN DALE VANCE Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: ANNA LOUISE VAUGHN Sullivan, Ky. IRIS ELAINE VAUGHN ..Maury City, Tenn. JIMMY CAROL WAHL Calhoun, Ky. JAMES THOMAS WALKER, JR. ..Dyersburg, Tenn. LINDA WALLACE Golden Pond, Ky. Sixth Row: RUTH JANE WALLACE Benton, Ky. ELLEN ELIZABETH WALLISER ...Peotone, 111. ROBERT JOE WALTERS Cave City, Ky. ROBERT DEAN WARD Desloge, Mo. BETTIE FAYE WATTS ....Madisonville, Ky. Seventh Row: ANNE TODD WEBB Bardwell, Ky. EDDIE NEIL WELLS Murray, Ky. DANNY K. WELLS Murray, Ky. MARION EDWARD WELLS ..Lewisburg, Ky. LOUETTA WHEELER Hickman, Ky. 64 First Row: JAMES DALE WHITE Crossville, 111. NORMA FA YE WHITE Murray, Ky. RUTH ANNE WILBOURN Madisonville, Ky. JAMES WILLIAM WILKE Henderson, Ky. THOMAS A. WILKISON Harrisburg, 111. DAVID BENSON WILLIAMS Indianapolis, Ind. DAVID L. WILLIAMS Murray, Ky. Second Row: DORIS JEAN WILLIAMS Harrisburg, 111. JAMES OWEN WILLIAMS Henderson, Ky. LINDA SUE WILLIAMS Benton, Ky. TERRY F. WILLIAMS W. Bloomfield, N. Y. WANDA LeGAIL WILLIAMS Murray, Ky. JOHN WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY New Concord, Ky. JOHN RUSSELL WOLFE Benton, Ky. Third Row: MARY SUE WOMACK Mayfield, Ky. NARUEL W. WOOD Island, Ky. WILLIAM ROBERT WOOD Indianapolis, Ind. RAY M. WOODSON Gadsden, Tenn. FAYE CAROLYN WRAY Wingo, Ky. LARRY KENT WRIGHT Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT HENRY YORK Benton, Ky. Fourth Row: LEOLA JOSEPHINE YOUNG Lewisport, Ky. ROBERT STANLEY YOUNG Murray, Ky. DAVID ZALESKI Newark, N. J. 65 Larry Reid, President; Betsy Reid, Treasurer; Bonnie O ' Bryant, Secretary; Alex Harvey, Vice President. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS In September, over nine hundred freshmen enrolled at Murray State. During the ensuing year, these people have had many new experiences and have started formulating goals to work toward during their remaining years at Mur- ray. First Row: ANITA CAROLYN ABBOTT ... .Norton ville, Ky. GILBERT N. ABERNATHY .Madisonville, Ky. JACK GARFIELD ADAIR . . .Farmington, Ky. JANICE FA YE ADAMS Owensboro, Ky. JANICE KAY ADAMS Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: VIRGINIA ANN ADAMS . . . . McLemorcsvillc, Tenn. CAROLYN PAT ALDERDICE . Smithland, Ky. LaDONNA JUNE ALEXANDER . . Pryorsburg, Ky. MARTHA ANN ALLCOCK ...Princeton, Ky. JOHNNY MERIT ALLEN Fulton, Ky. Third Row: RONNIE CLAYTON ALLSTUN . .East Prairie, Mo. JANICE FAY ARMSTRONG .Owensboro, Ky. PATRICIA ANNE ARMSTRONG ....Dawson Springs, Ky. SUAREY RICARDO F. ARTIGAS ..Marianao, Habana, Cuba DARYL WALTON ASHBY ..Madisonville, Ky. Fourth Row: JOHN CHARLES BALLARD . . . Altamont, 111. JAMES EARL BARD Water Valley, Ky. GERRIE BARKER Louisville, Ky. RONALD B. BARLOW Paducah, Ky. HELEN KATHERINE BARNETT .Almo, Ky. Fifth Row: NANCY BARNETT Valley Station, Ky. JASON ROGERS BARR, III . . Hopkinsville, Ky. PRESTON REX BARRETT Murray, Ky. PHILLIP RONALD BARROW ...Barlow, Ky. CHARLES RODGER BARTON . . . Evansville, Ind. Sixth Row: BOBBY JOE B AZZELL Murray, Ky. GLEN HAROLD BEACH Murray, Ky. PATRICIA JO BEALE Murray, Ky. JUDY ANN BEAN Paducah, Ky. EDDIE BEAVER Benton, Ky. Seventh Row: GARY SEARLE BEAVER ..Madisonville, Ky. BARBARA ANN BELOTE Mayfield, Ky. JUDITH LYNN BENNETT Union City, Tenn. ROBERT ROLAND BERARD ..Ventura, Calif. JOHN MORRIS BERRY . . . .Morganfield, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS it It Jib 4 1 67 First Row: THOMAS KA BERRY Paris, Tenn. SALVATORE BERTOLAMI Neptune, N. J. JOAQUIN .MANUEL BETANCOURT ...Marianao, Habana, Cuba WILLIAM PATRICK BIGGINS Fairmont, 111. SARAH KAY BIGGS Paducah, Ky. CHARLENE L. BILLINGTON Golconda, 111. ROYCE M. BLACK WELL Providence, Ky. Second Row: WILLIAM ROY BLAN KENSH1P Fair Oaks, Ind. BEVERLY LEE BLEDSOE Paducah, Ky. BRENDA SUE BLEWETT Paducah, Ky. JOHN ALVIN BOHANNON Benton, Ky. DOROTHY R. BOST Mayfield, Ky. CAROL ANN BOSWELL Henderson, Ky. PHYLLIS ANN BOTTOMLEY Mt. Vernon, Ind. Third Row: SUESI BOX Oklahoma City, Okla. JERRY THOMAS BOYD Hopkinsville, Ky. DONALD LOYD BRADLEY Greenville, Ky. GLYNN RAY BRADLEY Fulton, Ky. SANDRA JOYCE BRADLEY Crutchfield, Ky. ZOETTA JF:AN BRADSHAW Grove Hill, Ala. CAMILLA M. BRAME Murray, Ky. Fourth Row: BARBARA SUE BRANDON Trenton, Ky. DELMUS W. BRANDON Murray, Ky. JOHN N. BRASFIELD Hickman, Ky. DENNIS WRING BRASHER Fredonia, Ky. JOE BOB BREWER Murray, Ky. JANET LEE BRICKEEN Mayfield, Ky. WALTER EARL BRIDGES Paducah, Ky. Fifth Row: BRENDA ANN BRISCOE Henderson, Ky. LEON BUTCH BRITTON Wanamassa, N. J. RICHARD EARL BRITTON Fulton, Ky. JEFFREY ROSS BROCKM AN Greenville, Ky. JOYCE LA VERNE BROOKS Providence, Ky. THOMAS TYLER BROUGHTON New Madrid, Mo. BRENDA SUE BROWN Fulton, Ky. ■UN i © £i { 68 First Row: DAVID C. BROWN Nebo, Ky. KENNETH ALDEN BROWN . . .Calvert City, Ky. NORMAN HAROLD BROWN .Louisville, Ky. PAUL RAYMOND BROWN . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. RUTH ANN BROWNING Mayfield, Ky. Second Row: MARGARET JANICE BRYANT ....Paducah, Ky. DELORES FAYE BUIE Providence, Ky. SAMUEL NELSON BURGESS ..Paducah, Ky. LARRY EARL BURTON . .West Frankfort, 111. ROBERT AUTRY BURTON ....Murray, Ky. Third Row: LAWRENCE DUANE BUXTON ....Murray, Ky. CHARLES WAYNE BYERS Murray, Ky. ROY JEWELL BYRD Crutchfield, Ky. RONNIE FORD CALHOUN ...Grand Rivers, Ky. OSCAR B. CAMP Eldorado, 111. Fourth Row: CYNTHIA KAYE CAMPBELL ...Fulton, Ky. DOROTHY ANN CAiMPBELL . . Centertown, Ky. STEPHEN ROGER CAMPBELL ..Greenville, Ky. BOBBY G. CANTER Mayfield, Ky. SOLON SODIE CARRAWAY ....Murray, Ky. Fifth Row: WILLIAM DAVID CARSON ..Brookport, 111. JOAN CARMELLIA CARTER ..Mayfield, Ky. JOAN MARIE CARTER Fulton, Ky. PEGGY JANE CARTER Puryear, Tenn. CHARLES ERV1N CARVER .. Sacramento, Ky. Sixth Row: DUEHL LANE CASEBIER Cleaton, Ky. JERRY LANE CAVANAUGH ..Hopkinsville, Ky. DONNA PAULETTE CECIL ....Murray, Ky. JAMES WILLIAM CHAMBERS .Glasgow, Ky. JUDY CHANDLER Benton, Ky. Seventh Row: MARY JEAN CHANDLER Paris, Tenn. RACHEL ANN CHESTER . .Farmington, Ky. WILLIAM JERALD CHILDRESS ...Princeton, Ky. WILLIAM PHILIP CHILES ..Hopkinsville, Ky. ARTHUR LOWELL CHITWOOD Metropolis, 111. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 69 First Row: MAURICE RONALD CHRISTOPHER Murray, Ky. IERRY ROSS CHUMBLER Benton, Ky. MARY FLORENCE CHURCHILL Murray, Ky. SONJA CINNAMON Somerset, Ky . CHARLES IGNATIUS CISSELL Fancy Farm, Ky. AMY ETHEL CLARK Cincinnati, O. BARBARA JEAN CLARK Murray, Ky. Second Row: FRANKIE JO CLARK Murray, Ky. JANICE ELAINE CLARK Wardell, Mo. JIMMY HOWARD CLARK Mayfield, Ky. SERENA ANNE CLARK Hanson, Ky. CHARLOTTE JANE CLAYTON Nortonville, Ky. DIANA LEE CLAYTON Princeton, Ky. GWENDOLYN LEE CLEAVER Caseyville, III. Third Row: DOUGLAS PRICE COAKLEY Gilbertville, Ky. CAROL LYNNE COBB Mayfield, Ky. BONNIE LOUISE COFFEY Hickman, Ky. LINDA GAIL COLBERT Bowling Green, Ky. ALBERT CURTIS COLE Paducah, Ky. FREDERICK OTIS COLLIER Greenville, Ky. MARY LOUISE COLLINS Harrisburg, 111. Fourth Row: DONALD FREDRIC COLTHARP Mayfield, Ky. MARILYN DELORIS COLTHARP Water Valley, Ky. PHYLLIS DIANNE COLWILL Rochester, N. Y. VERNA LOIS COMPTON Evansville, Ind. GLENN EDWARD COOK Fulton, Ky. HAROLD THOMAS COOK Owensboro, Ky. SHIRLEY ELAINE COOLEY Clinton, Ky. Fifth Row: ROY EUGENE COTHRAN Benton, Ky. MARVIN SHERRILL COURSEY Symsonia, Ky. WILLIAM EARL COVINGTON Hopkinsville, Ky. JAMES LAURENCE COWGER Newton, 111. PHILLIP RONALD COWHERD Hopkinsville, Ky. BRENDA JOYCE COX Owensboro, Ky. PEGGY FRENCH COY Madisonville, Ky. 70 First Row: CLARENCE C. CRAFTON ...Henderson, Ky. MICHAEL EDWIN CRAIN Vienna, 111. ELNITA CRICE Bandana, Ky. PATSY JANE CRIDER Lynnville, Ky. JULIA RUTH CRON Owensboro, Ky. Second Row: ROBERT LYNN CROSSLIN . . . . Mayfield, Ky. FREDDIE RAY CURTIS Uniontown, Ky. SARAH ANNE DACUS Dukedom, Tenn. LINDA KAE DAGLEY Norris City, 111. JAMES WILLIAM DAVIS Kuttawa, Ky. Third Row: PAUL NORMAN DAVIS ..Union City, Tenn. ROBERT S. DAVIS Stanton, Tenn. SHELLEY SUE DAVIS Carmi, 111. LENA RAE DAVISON Olaton, Ky. DAVID WILLIAM DAWSON ..Oakville, Ky. Fourth Row: FRADA MAE DE JARNATT ...Cunningham, Ky. REGIMA KAYE DE JARNATT .Bardwell, Ky. WILLIAM DAVID DENTON ..Somerset, Ky. ANNE DARRYL DEY Louisville, Ky. JOSEPH GLENN DILLAN . . .Crutchfield, Ky. Fifth Row: PATRICIA ANN DILLINGHAM Central City, Ky. MARILYN KAY DIXON Carmi, 111. DON RAY DIXSON Newport, Ind. GLENN OLIVER DOHNER Sterling, 111. SUSAN K. DON Crown Point, Ind. Sixth Row: DAVID LOWELL DOUGLAS ...Karnak, 111. MARY ELIZABETH DOYAL ...Owensboro, Ky. JOE DAVID DUKE Benton, Ky. JAMES WILLARD DUNN Murray, Ky. LARRY JOSEPH DUNN Murray, Ky. Seventh Row: STEPHEN WHAYNE DURBIN ....Cairo, 111. CHARLOTTE EDWARDS Alamo, Tenn. SONDRA LOU EDWARDS Robards, Ky. GLORIA LYNN ELDRIDGE ..Princeton, Ky. NORMA LEE ELKINS Almo, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS itiiM ftiifc lit J J ¥ 1 f- v 71 First Row: TREMON DALE ELLEGOOD Arlington, Ky. ROBERT REED EMERSON Wingo, Ky. LOUIS RICHARD ESOLA Somerville, N. J. JANIECE LYNETTE EVANS Paducah, Ky. ROBERT WAYNE EZELI Murray, Ky. JO ANNETTE FARLEY Murray, Ky. JUDITH ELAINE FARLEY Spottsville, Ky. Second Row: ALAN LOUIS FARRELL Marseilles, III. CARROLL EUGENE FARRIS Karnak, 111. CECIL B. FARRIS Murray, Ky. ROSZANNE FARRIS Murray, Ky. ELIZABETH PRENTIS FEHRIBACH ....Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. BILLY DOUGLAS FELKER Dalton, Ky. JAMES RONALD FERGUSON Princeton, Ky. Third Roiv: ANTHONY WAYNE FERRELL Jonesboro, 111. ROBERT LLOYD FICK Metropolis, 111. BARBARA JEAN FINLEY Louisville, Ky. BEN WAYNE FINLEY Nortonville, Ky. JOSEPH L. FINLEY Nortonville, Ky. JOHN DAVID FINNEY New Concord, Ky. NANCY ELLEN FISCHER Madisonville, Ky. Fourth Row: BIDDY MARIE FLAKE Nashville, Tenn. JOHN T. FLEMING Salem, Ky. BARBARA ALLEN FLOOD Farmington, Ky. GARY LAYNE FLOYD Clinton, Ky. EDWARD LYNN FLY Memphis, Tenn. GARY LYNN FOLTZ Champaign, III. DANA LOVINE FORD Whitesville, Ky. Fifth Row: JOSEPH MICHAEL FORD Henderson, Ky. LOIS CHRISTINE FORD Sikeston, Mo. GENE LOYAL FOSTER Mayfield, Ky. STEPHANIE FOSTER Paducah, Ky. BARRY LEE FOWLER Mayfield, Ky. DONALD KEITH FRANKLIN Tolu, Ky. JERRY FRANKLIN Benton, Ky. ill , T » " tt 1 Hi HBIMI Pi c p » w. I First Row: ROBERT GENE FRY Linton, Ind. ALBERT KEFFER FULTZ Benton, Ky. PEGGY JANE FULTZ Vero Beach, Fla. JAMES RILEY FUQUA Oakville, Ky. DAVID MICHAEL GALL Nelson, III. Second Row: MARTHA CAROLYN GALLOWAY Mayfield, Ky. REX F. GALLOWAY Murray, Ky. RUTH LINN GALLOWAY ....Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT ALLEN GENTIL ..Mt. Vernon, Ind. PAUL RICHARD GEORGE Murray, Ky. Third Row: WILLIAM O. GEORGE ....Monmouth Beach, N.J. ANITA LOUISE GHOLSON ..West Paducah, Ky. CAROLYN ANN GIBBS ..Valley Station, Ky. NANCY DALE GIBBS Murray, Ky. DORIS JEWELL GIBSON ... .Greenville, Ky. Fourth Row: JOHN OLIVER GILMORE Anna, 111. JERRY L. GLEASON St. Louis, Mo. TERRY D. GLOVER Mayfield, Ky. JUDY W. GOINS Benton, Ky. LINDA JOY GRUGETT Almo, Ky. Fifth Row: JOHN R. GRAHAM Granite City, 111. RICKY GRANT Chicago, 111. BOBBY WAYNE GRAY Sturgis, Ky. JANICE GRAY Carnii, 111. LILLIE BELLE GRAY Lamasco, Ky. Sixth Row: MARVIN LEWIS GREEN Detroit, Mich. SANDRA ALICE GREEN ....Henderson, Ky. ROBERT DANIEL GREENE ....Mattoon, 111. RUTH HELEN GREENFIELD ...Elkton, Ky. MARY E. GREENWOOD . . . .East Prairie, Mo. Seventh Row: PEGGY DIANE GRIFFIN ...Henderson, Ky. ROBERT GAYLE GRIFFITH . . . . Palmersville, Tenn. PAUL DORSON GROSS Louisville, Ky. SANDRA LEIGH GUNTER ..Vero Beach, Fla. LARRY BRUCE GUSTIN . .Elizabethtown, III. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 73 First Row: DAVID LEE HAGEDORN GrayvilLe, 111. CLARA JEAN HALE Murray, Ky. LARRY LEE HALE Dexter, Ky. WILLIAM EVERETT HAINES Jamestown, O. GILBERT FRANCIS HAMILTON East Gary, Ind. HELEN DALLAS HAMILTON Union City, Tenn. LARRY EUGENE HAMILTON Bradley, 111. Second Row: EDWARD F. HAMM Paducah, Ky. SANDRA LEE HAMRICK Murray, Ky. DONNA FAYE HARPER Benton, Ky. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HARRIS Neptune, N. J. GEORGE HENDRICK HARRIS Salem, Ky. GLENDA FAYE HARRIS St. Charles, Ky. PHILIP JEROME HARRIS Paducah, Ky. Third Row: BETTY FLORENCE HART Murray, Ky. JEANIE HART Sturgis, Ky. THOMAS ALEX HARVEY Ripley, Tenn. JOSEPH CARROLL HATFIELD Henderson, Ky. BILLY K. HAYDEN Kuttawa, Ky. WILLIAM W. HAYDEN Salem, Ky. DONALD GARY HAYES Champaign, 111. Fourth Row: JAMES DARRELL HAYES Providence, Ky. DIANE CARTER HAYNES Beaver Dam, Ky. JUD1E ANN HAZEL W OOD Louisville, Ky. MARY JUDITH HEAD Russellville, Ky. ROGER ANNE HEATH Symsonia, Ky. JAMES RALPH HELTSLEY Hopkinsville, Ky. KENNETH C. HENDERSON Kevil, Ky. Fifth Row: MELANIE HENDERSON Villa Park, 111. RAY HENDON Mayfield, Ky. ROBERT EUGENE HENDRICKSON Boonville, Ind. WHITSON EDWARD HENRY New Madrid, Mo. JOETTA HERNDON Almo, Ky. HOWARD BALLARD HESTER Pacoima, Calif. JAMES FEY HEWETT Hickman, Ky. J 3 4 1 = AfcAMk Xm. f l fZj f f Yf ?« fi ft fl Ail AMsk 74 1 ■ IE I m 1 v ' A til .. r K ' Fim Jew: JANICE ELAINE HILL Metropolis, 111. CARLA ANN HINCH Murray, Ky. ROBERT HUGH HINES Prattville, Ala. JAMES EDWARD HOBBY ...Princeton, Ky. ROBERT M. HODGE Eddyville, Ky. Second Row: JIMMIE CHARLES HODGES Kevil, Ky. JOSEPH W. HOLLAND ..West Paducah, Ky. DANIEL DEWANE HOLT .West Chicago, 111. TERRELL W. HOLT Cunningham, Ky. JO ELAINE HOOTS Mattoon, 111. Third Row: PATRICIA LEE HOSKINS Louisville, Ky. WILLIAM THOMAS HOSKINSON ..Sturgis, Ky. JOE ANN HOUSER Benton, Ky. SANDRA LYNN HOWELL Clinton, Ky. WAYNE ROBERT HUFF Paducah, Ky. Fourth Row: LINDA JAYNE HUFFER Champaign, 111. JOHNNIE RAY HUFFMAN ..Owensboro, Ky. SAMMIE FA YE HUGHES Paducah, Ky. CHARLENE GAIL HUMPHREY ....Murray, Ky. MAURICE DUANE HUNT . . . .Boonville, Ind. Fifth Row: NANCY RUTH HUNT Calhoun, Ky. DARRELL FREDRICK HURLEY ....Taylor, Mich. KENNEY E. HURLEY Paducah, Ky. WALTER K. HURT Hopkinsville, Ky. CAROLE SUE HUTCHENS Benton, Ky. Sixth Row: MARY ELIZABETH HUTCHENS Montpelier, Ohio PATRICIA JANE HUTSON Hazel, Ky. ROBERT W. HYLAND Fulton, Ky. LARRY DAVID INGRAM Crossville, 111. DENNIS MURL JACKSON Murray, Ky. Seventh Row: JAMES CLARK JACOBS Henderson, Ky. JOHN WESLEY JARBUE Tolu, Ky. ROBERT PATRICK JARVIS Carlyle, 111. RONALD ELDRIDGE JARVIS .Symsonia, Ky. THOMAS LEE JENKINS Sturgis, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS til L rl Wmm, ■J. b» y i J r-v mJk H iL C " V " " - ' - wr •■•J J aS 7 -J . v Jit ' Jx i ifitJKlfi Kit ife 75 First Row: ROSE MARIE JETT Paducah, Ky. CYNTHIA JETTON Murray, Ky. JANICE K. JOHNSON Symsonia, Ky. M. LEON JOHNSON Paducah, Ky. ROBERT ALLYN JOHNSON Carmi, 111. NANCY CATHERINE JOHNSTON Paducah, Ky. JACK JOLLY McQuady, Ky. Second Row. ANNETTE PALMER JONES Murray, Ky. GERALD STEPHEN JONES Benton, Ky. JACKIE GENE JONES Henderson, Ky. MARTHA EVELYN JONES Murray, Ky. NEDA FA YE JONES Hickory, Ky. PATRICIA L. JONES Livia, Ky. RONALD JAY JONES Louisville, Ky. Third Row: WILMA JANE JONES Almo, Ky. JOHN ROBERT JORDAN Carmi, 111. BILLY FRANK KAVANAUGH Murray, Ky. ROBERT CALDWELL KENDALL Hollywood, Fla. WILLIAM RAYMOND KENNEDY Bradley, 111. NANCY KAY KEOWN Beaver Dam, Ky. DENNIS GARNER KESSLER La Porte, Ind. Fourth Row: WANDA ELAINE KIMBEL Mayfield, Ky. FREDDIE RICHARD KIMBELL Clinton, Ky. PHILIP ROY KIMMEL Centertown, Ky. KAY FRANCES KING Paducah, Ky. MARTHA ANN KING Union City, Tenn. ROBERT ALLEN KING Kent, Wash. BEVERLY JANE K1NGCADE Paducah, Ky. Fifth Row: CAROL FA YE KIRKMON Allegre, Ky. M. FRANCES KNIGHT Sturgis, Ky MARTHA ELLEN KNOTH Grand Rivers, Ky. JANICE LEE KRIV1SKI Clarksville, Tenn. DAVID LEE KURTH Hinsdale, 111. EVELYN JOYCE LAMB Kuttawa, Ky CARLISLE M. LANCASTER Somerset, Ky, MMkMk liiJll iBfci 76 First Row: MERRIN BUCKLEY LANE . . . .Neptune, N. J. DONNIE EARL LANIER Kevil, Ky. LARRY DALE LANKFORD . . Mt. Carmel, 111. JUANITA JUNE LANTRIP ....Mortons Gap, Ky. DOLPH OWEN LARIMER Benton, Ky. Second Row: WILLIAM DOUGLAS LA RUE, JR. ...Salem, Ky. JOAN LAUFFER Owensboro, Ky. JUDY LANE LOUIS Dresden, Tenn. ANNA MAE LEE Almo, Ky. RONALD COLEMAN LEE ....Greenville, Ky. Third Row: SUE ANN LEFLER Hayti, Mo. BILLY JOE LEM ASTER Anna, 111. ROBERTA LEMONS Hopkinsville, Ky. JOHN MAURICE LEONARD Newbern, Tenn. MICHAEL ALAN LETTIERI Fair Haven, N.J. Fourth Row: JANE LIGON Anna, 111. M. MARTHA LILLY Marion, Ky. RONALD VINCENT LIND ...Louisville, Ky. EDWARD CLARK LINDSEY ...Fairview, Ky. LOUIS C. LITCHFIELD Marion, Ky. Fifth Row: SARA LOU LITTLE Crutchfield, Ky. CAROLYN RUTH LIVINGSTON ..Paducah, Ky. BARBARA LEONA LOEFFLER ...Allendale, 111. JAMES E. LONG Henderson, Ky. JOHN ANTHONY LORENZO ....Lawrence, Mass. Sixth Row: WILLIE MARVIN LOWE Paducah, Ky. G. JOE LUCAS Gary, Ind. BONNIE FA YE LYNCH ....Beaver Dam, Ky. BENITA ANN MADDOX Murray, Ky. JAMES MARVIN M ALONE . . . . Mayfield, Ky. Seventh Row: BODIE CAROLYN MANN Fulton, Ky. ROBERT JAN MARINKO Alhambra, 111. WILLIAM MARSH Mortonville, Pa. JUDY MARSHALL Calvert City, Ky. SAMMY MAX MASON Crossville, 111. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 77 First Row: RICHARD ARI.EN MASTERS Bryant, Ind. DON R. MATHIS Hopkinsville, Ky. CAROLYN FAYE MAYES Sullivan, Ky. ROBERT ROY MAYHUGH Smithland, Ky. CYNTHIA NELL McANALLY Paducah, Ky. LARRY DALE McCALLON Mayfield, Ky. ALBERT MICHAEL McCASEY Murray, Ky. Second Row: BEVERLY SUE McCLANAHAN Henderson, Ky. ANTHONY WYNN McDANIEL East St. Louis, 111. PATSY ANN McELROY Mansfield, Tenn. JOE McGAUGH Union City, Tenn. GENE RHEA McGEE Gale City, Ky. HELEN S. McGHEE Brookport, 111. JUDY CATHERINE McGREGOR Madisonville, Ky. Third Row: CLARENCE GORDON McKEAIG Sturgis, Ky. PATRICIA ANN McNEELY Berrien Springs, Mich. JERRY B. McNUTT Murray, Ky. MARY CHARLOTTE MELTON Sebree, Ky. WANDA GREY MERCER Murray, Ky. ANTHONY E. MEROLLE Mount Vernon, N. Y. ROBERT H. MEYER Hinsdale, 111. Fourth Row: VALERIE JOAN MILEUSNIC Hammond, Ind. DIANN MILLER Elkton, Ky. JAMES RONALD MILLER Benton, Ky. JOHN GILBERT MILLER Clinton, Ky. MARY LEE MILLER Murray, Ky. PATRICIA ANN MILLER Linermore, Ky. MABEL HELEN MILLIKAN Lola, Ky. Fifth Row: ROGER DEAN MINIARD Hazard, Ky. DELORIS JOAN MITCHELL Tiline, Ky. LARRY WAYNE MITCHELL Equality, 111. LINDA LOU MITCHELL Palmersville, Tenn. MAEBELLE MITCHELL Canton, Ky. MARTIN RAY MONTGOMERY Louisville, Ky. KENNETH RAY MOORE Clinton, Ky. 78 First Row: SHIRLEY ANN MOORE Paducah, Ky. DARREL CALVIN MORGAN ...Benton, Ky. ELLEN FA YE MORGAN Paducah, Ky. GERALD WAYNE MORGAN ...Benton, Ky. MARILYN JEAN MORGAN ....Murray, Ky. Second Row: MARTHA JOANNE MORGAN ....Mayfield, Ky. ROBY RUTH MORRILL ... .Cunningham, Ky. JOHN HARDY MORTON ..Mortons Gap, Ky. BILLY RAY MOSLEY Paris, Tenn. RONNIE MOUBRAY Murray, Ky. Third Row: ANTHONY MRKVICKIA Elmhurst, 111. LARRY DALE MURPHY Mayfield, Ky. LYNDELL WAYNE MURRAY ...Cobb, Ky. ROBERT GLENN MY ATT ....Mayfield, Ky. SOPHIA JANE NALL Owensboro, Ky. Fourth Row: WILLIAM THOMAS NANCE . .Madisonville, Ky. JU ANITA NEAL Paducah, Ky. JERRY DON NEALE Murray, Ky. RICHARD IRVING NEILL ...Springfield, 111. SYLVIA ANN NEWBALT ...Owensboro, Ky. Fifth Row: JERRY LANE NEWTON LaCenter, Ky. BILL J. NOLEN Carrier Mills, 111. DWIGHT CLAYTON NORMAN .Henderson, Ky. JOE EDWARD NORWOOD Paris, Tenn. BRENDA JOY O ' BAUGH Lorton, Va. Sixth Row: BONNIE SUE O ' BRYANT . . Hardinsburg, Ky. JOHN F. OCHS Louisville, Ky. STANLEY CLARENCE OHOPPE, JR. ..West Belmar, N. J. WILLIAM RALPH OLIVER Murray, Ky. JIMMY DEL ORR Campbell, Mo. Seventh Row: PATRICIA KAY ORR Marion, Ky. LOCHIE BELLE OVERBEY Murray, Ky. LINON JUNE OUTLAND Murray, Ky. DONALD LEE OWEN Carrier Mills, 111. JAMES LEE OWEN Robards, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 79 First Row: JOE LANNOM OWENS Union City, Tenn. JOHN PACE, JR Benton, Ky. JANICE PAGE Fulton, Ky. JULIA NAN PARK Paducah, Ky. JUDITH GAIL PARRISH Benton, Ky. IRMA PARSLEY Glendale, O. ROGER DALE PARTINGTON Sparta, 111. Second Row: CHARLES BERTRAM PASCHALL Puryear, Tenn. LARRY LAWSON PASCHALL Puryear, Tenn. JAMES REX PASCHALL Murray, Ky. ELIZABETH F AYE PATTON Kirksey, Ky. NETA GALE PATTON Hazel, Ky. JANET SUE PAYNE Rensselaer, Ind. WENDELL LEE PAYNOR Fulton, Ky. Third Row: BENJAMIN DONNELL PECK Athens, Ala. SANDRA J. PELHANK Hammond, Ind. MARY IDA PENROD Owensboro, Ky. gggg JSfe iBB MICHAEL TED PENTECOST Ft. Mitchell, Ky. BONNIE JEAN PERKINS Chardon, O. XLLEN MILLER PERRY St. Petersburg, Fla. DOR ACE LOU PETERS Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. Fourth Row: MARY ELIZABETH PETREIKIS ..South Chicago Heights, 111. CAROLYN PHELPS Cave City, Ky. JOHNNIE EDWARD PHILLIPS St. Joseph, Ky. DONALD BERTIS PIERSON Shawneetown, 111. VIVIAN LEE PIRTLE Smithland, Ky. GERALD HAYES PLAIN Sacramento, Ky. WILMA SUE PLUNKETTE Earlington, Ky. Fifth Row: JOHN RICHARD POCOCK Murray, Ky. JAMES ELVIS POTTER Shawneetown, 111. BONNIE LOUISE POWELL Crofton, Ky. JIM MURPHEY PRATHER Hickman, Ky. CURTIS EDWARD PRICE Eaton, O. VAN RAY PRINCE Wingo, Ky. WAYNE ALLAN PRO WELL Fredonia, Ky. f p, ' j U f t ' IT tL 80 THE FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: NANCY JUNE PUCKETT ..Cunningham, Ky. JOSEPH D. PURCELL, III . .Long Branch, N. J. SARAH MARIE QUISENBERRY ..Owensboro, Ky. ROBERT KENNETH RAGAN ..Paducah, Ky. RAYMONA JUNE RAINEY ..Henderson, Ky. Second Row: DAN W. RAMAGE Burna, Ky. HERBERT LOUIS RATLIFF . . Whitesvillc, Ky. CAROL JANE RAY Melber, Ky. REBECCA SUE RAY Murray, Ky. FREDDY ALFORD REEVES .Owensboro, Ky. Third Row: ELIZABETH ANN REID Henderson, Ky. LARRY DALE REID Mayfield, Ky. MARGARET ANDREA RESLEY ..Baltimore, Md. JAMES MARSHALL REYNOLDS ....Sturgis, Ky. JOSEPH HOSEY REXROAT Lebanon Junction, Ky. Fourth Row: MARJORIE ANN RHEA Southland, Ky. JERRY PAGE RHOADS Henderson, Ky. ANNA LOU RIADON Madisonville, Ky. MICHAEL A. RICE Metropolis, III. ROBERT HOUSTON RICE Carmi, 111. Fifth Row: CAROL LOUISE RICHARDSON ..Hollywood, Fla. VIRGINIA RICKMAN Calvert City, Ky. PAT RIGSBY McLemoresville, Tenn. JOHN A. RILES Metropolis, 111. BETTY LARENE RILEY Arlington, Ky. Sixth Row: GEORGIA LEE RILEY Paducah, Ky. WILLIAM WAYNE RILEY ....Mayfield, Ky. JERRY ARDELL ROBERTS . . . . Cerolean, Ky. KAY HOUSTON ROBERTS ....Murray, Ky. NANCY ELIZABETH ROBERTS .Murray, Ky. Seventh Row: RAY M. ROBERTS Murray, Ky. LANA CAROLE ROBERTSON ..Paducah, Ky. WAYNE THOMAS ROBERTSON Owensboro, Ky. CAROLYN JOAN ROBINSON ..Mayfield, Ky. EDWARD SPENCER ROCKETT . .Pittsburgh, r ; IF I fer 81 First Row: ROBERT TIMMONS RODGERS Evansvillc, Ind. ANNA SUE ROGERS Murray, Ky. EILEEN GAY ROHWEDDER Murray, Ky. JERRY ALLEN ROSE Murray, Ky. PATRICIA LEE ROSE Central City, Ky. DAVID EUIN ROWLAND Mayfield, Ky. DIANE FRANCES RYAN Cairo, 111. Second Roiv: SHARLOTTE SUE SALON Mayfield, Ky. CURTIS EUGENE SANDERS Evansville, Ind. STEPHEN COOK SANDERS Murray, Ky. NILE ERROL SAVERT Greenview, 111. SUE MEREDITH SATTES Gary, Ind. JERALD OWENS SAVELLS Hardin, Ky. JOANNA SCHAFER Louisville, Ky. Third Row: CARLOS RAY SCHMITT Tamalco, 111. WILLIAM ARTHUR SCHMITT Evansville, Ind. BEVERLEE ANN SCHNIDER Louisville, Ky. PAULA GAYE SCHNEIDER East Prairie, Mo. CAROL ANN SCHROADER Paducah, Ky. BEVERLY FAYE SCOTT Ledbetter, Ky. JAMES ERNEST SCOTT Robards, Ky. Fourth Row. CHARLES SIDNEY SETTLE Princeton, Ky. ROBERT EARL SETSER Carmi, 111. KENNY ALBERT SEXTON Carmi, 111. MELISSA ANN SEXTON Murray, Ky. AMOS H. SHELTON Clay, Ky. DOROTHY SUE SHELTON Champaign, 111. KENNETH LAWRENCE SHELTON Paducah, Ky. Fifth Row: SHARLOTTA ANNE SHELTON Metropolis, 111. MARY ANN SHEMWELL Wingo, Ky. JAMES LYNN SHERIDAN Sturgis, Ky. JAMES RONNIE SHERROD Bells, Tenn. SYDNEY WRIGHT SHERWOOD Calvert City, Ky. JERRY THOMAS SHROAT Murray, Ky. ROBERT WILLIAM SILVA Lawrence, Mass. J f ) MA V 82 First Row: LINDA LOU SIMMONS Harrisburg, 111. FRANCES LEE SIMPSON Mayfield, Ky. GARY LEE SIMPSON Princeton, Ky. HENRY ALLEN SIMPSON Shively, Ky. BOBBY LYNN SIMS Mayfield, Ky. Second Roiv: ELIZABETH JANE SIMS . . . . Farmington, Ky. DOLORES IRENE SIMS Fesrus, Mo. LINDA LEE SIVELLS Hopkinsville, Ky. BRENDA JOYCE SKAGGS Mayfield, Ky. CARLOS EDWARD SLUSHER ..Harlan, Ky. Third Row: CECILIA SMITH Owensboro, Ky. JO ANN SMITH Dawson Springs, Ky . MARGARET FAY SMITH ..Central City, Ky. MATTIE SUSAN SMITH Benton, Ky. ROBERT T. SMITH Mayfield, Ky. Fourth Row: SAM LEWIS SMITH Sturgis, Ky. SARA FRANCES SMITH . . .Simpsonville, Ky. WILLIAM OWEN SMITH Mayfield, Ky. PAULA DEAN SNYDER Louisville, Ky. PATSY DEAN SOKOSH Clay, Ky. Fifth Row: JOHN GREGORY SOWELL ...Clinton, Ky. DONALD EARL SPICER Clinton, Ky. C. IDUS SPOONER Tallahassee, Fla. EDWIN DALE STADELMAN ..Melrose Park, 111. DORIS MAE STALION Sheridan, Ky. Sixth Row: RONNIE NEIL STEARSMAN ..Mortons Gap, Ky. GEORGE JOHNSON STEPHENS ..Princeton, Ky. FRED L. STERCHI Louisville, Ky. ROY EUGENE STEVENS Princeton, Ky. BARBARA IEAN STEVENSON ....Princeton, Ky. Seventh Row: JERRY WAYNE STEWART ....Wingo, Ky. RICHARD W. STEWART ....Metropolis, 111. DONALD LYNN STICE Kuttawa, Ky. PATRICIA CORINNE STITES .Metropolis, 111. VIRGINIA RUTH STONE Clinton, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS JP P it IMi J . flE . . j tHt . 83 First Row: DEANNA LOU STORY Murray, Ky. MARY LOUISE STOUT Hickory, Ky. SANDRA KAY STRATTON Calvert City, Ky. BARRY NOBLE STRONG South Fulton, Term. FRANK DWAYNE STRONG Hickman, Ky. SHERRY LYNN SULLIVAN Mayfield, Ky. JEAN E. SUMMERS Henderson, Ky. Second Row: BENNIE LLOYD SUMNER Princeton, Ky. MARY JO SUTTON Uniontown, Ky. WILLIAM DEE SWITZER, JR Murray, Ky. TED FORD SYKES Murray, Ky. JANICE ELIZABETH TANNER West Paducah, Ky. ALOHA LEE TAPP Henderson, Ky. JERRY CALVIN TARRY Lynn Grove, Ky. Third Row: ELIZABETH ANN TAYLOR Wingo, Ky. GRETCHEN JO TAYLOR Mt. Carmel, 111. LARRY PAIGE TAYLOR Benton, Ky. MARTHA JACK TAYLOR Hazel, Ky. MARY WEST TAYLOR Mayfield, Ky. NANCY KAYE TAYLOR Pryorsburg, Ky. PENELOPE JEAN TAYLOR Marion, Ky. Fourth Row: RUBYE JANE TAYLOR Murray, Ky. RICHARD ARNOLD TEAGUE Nortonville, Ky. NONA MARIE TENNYSON Golden Pond, Ky. WILLIAM H. TERRY West Frankfort, 111. BRENDA ANNE THOMAS Princeton, Ind. JOHN CHARLES THOMAS Sebastian, Fla. ALICE LORETIA THOMASON Arlington, Ky. Fifth Row: JAMES TIPTON THOMPSON Hazel, Ky. LILLIE ANGLAON THOMPSON Hopkinsville, Ky. SAMUEL LEE THOMPSON Hopkinsville, Ky. TOMMY HOUSTON THORNBERRY Corydon, Ky. WILLIAM THOMAS THORNEBERRY Sturgis, Ky. MARCIA DIANE THORP Clinton, 111. ROGER JEROME THOUVENIN Carlyle, 111. 84 First Roto: ROGER GEORGE TIEMAN Dayton, Ky. JUDITH CAROL TILFORD Barlow, Ky. JULIAN VANCE TODD Providence, Ky. RONALD LYNN TOLBERT ....Benton, Ky. MICHAEL DUVALL TOLSON ...Elkton, Ky. Second Row: DUANE C. TORKELSON ..Elmwood Park, 111. NORMA SUE TOWNE Madisonville, Ky. ERLE THOMAS TREMPER Benton, Ky. BOBBIE HANNAH TRIGG . . Middletown, Ky. RONALD F. TROOP Madisonville, Ky. Third Roiv: BENNETA LANE TROUSDALE ..Emma, 111. BETTY JEAN TURNER ...Golden Pond, Ky. KENNETH E. TURNER Fulton, Ky. SARA LOUISE TURNER Gracey, Ky. CHARLES RUSSELL TUTT ....Murray, Ky. Fourth Row: ERNEST STEVEN TWEEDY . Jonesboro, 111. JOHN DAVID VALENTE . .Somerville, N. J. STEPHEN DOUGLAS VAN METER Henderson, Ky. WAYNE JEFF VANTINE Hinsdale, 111. ERNEST R. VAUGHN Providence, Ky. Fifth Row: PATRICIA DAVIS VAUGHN ..Paducah, Ky. PATRICIA HOY VAUGHN ..Henderson, Ky. ROBERT EDWARD VAUGHN ..Murray, Ky. RUTH ANN VAUGHN Hawesville, Ky. SHELBY ROE VAUGHN Salem, Ky. Sixth Row: JUDY KAY VEAZEY Paris, Tenn. DELORIS ANN VERTREES Utica, Ky. RACHEL ANN VIED Gilbertsvillc, Ky. TWYLA STARR VINSON ....Princeton, Ky. ROSEMARY BARBARA VISNOVSKE Crystal City, Mo. Seventh Row: ELTON EARL WALDROP Murray, Ky. NANCY ANN WALDROP Paducah, Ky. DARRELL WILSON WALKER .White Plains, Ky. PAUL EDWARD WALKER Morganfield, Ky. VERDA LEE WALKER ..Dawson Springs, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 85 First Roiv: SUZAN WALL Owensboro, Ky. ALICE SUE WALLACE Hopkinsville, Ky. WENDELL WALLACE Golden Pond, Ky. JOHN ZAMAL THOMAS WALLER Sheffield, la. RONALD W. WALSTON Benton, Ky. TERRY KENT WALTMAN Paducah, Ky. DAVID W. WARD Fredericksburg, Va. Second Row. JAMES LELAND WARD Henderson, Ky. CARROLL RAY WARREN Houston, Tex. SHARON ELIZABETH WARREN Guthrie, Ky. BARBARA ANN WASHAM Mayfield, Ky. DOLORES ANN WATKINS Dukedom, Tenn. DOROTHY KAY WATKINS Calvert City, Ky. RONALD STANLEY WATTS Mayfield, Ky. Third Roiv: NOLA MAE WEBB Puryear, Tenn. DAVID KERRY WEBSTER Madisonville, Ky. RONALD CHARLES WEIGAND Chicago, 111. WILLIAM ARTHUR WELCH Carmi, 111. CAROL LEA WELLS Louisville, Ky. DONALD LEE WELLS Murray, Ky. GLINDA LEE WELLS Albany, Ky. Fourth Roiv: JOE HOWARD WEST Benton, Ky. JAMES HERBERT WESTBROOK Dresden, Tenn. JAMES BENNETT WETZEL Rumsey, Ky. GERALD1NE ANNE WHEELER Mayfield, Ky. GLYNA L. WICE Nortonville, Ky. SAMMYE JOYCE WILKERSON Murray, Ky. JOHN NEAL WILKIN ' S Lone Oak, Ky. Fifth Roiv: JUDITH DIANE WILKINSON Centralia, 111. LINDA LOU WILKINSON Mayfield, Ky. DIXIE LEE W1LLHAUCK St. Louis, Mo. BILLY BRINN WILLIAMS Highland Park, Mich. BILLY LEE WILLIAMS Fulton, Ky. CHARLES ERNEST WILLIAMS Paris, Tenn. FRANKIE DEL WILLIAMS Metropolis, 111. 86 First Row: NANCY LYMAN WILLIAMS ....Basket, Ky. ROBERT EUGENE WILLIAMS .Grayville, 111. RAY BRADY WILLIAMSON Fulton, Ky. HAROLD EUGENE WILLIS Lola, Ky. NANCY LOU WILLOUGHBY ..Murray, Ky. Second Row: ANNA MARIE WILSON Murray, Ky. EDWIN JOHN WILSON Belmar, N. J. LARRY KENNETH WILSON ..Mayfield, Ky. MILLY WILSON Kevil, Ky. RAYMOND OWEN WILSON ..Robinson, 111. Third Roiv: RONALD EUGENE WILSON . .Madisonville, Ky. LINDA LOU WINDERS ....Mortons Gap, Ky. KENNETH WAYNE WINRIGHT ..Bellevue, Mich. JUANITA MARIE WOLLMAN ..Lemay, Mo. STEPHEN THOMAS WOOD . . . .Owensboro, Ky. Fourth Row. LINDA CAROL WORD LaCenter, Ky. CLAUDIA INEZ WRIGHT ....Louisville, Ky. JERRY WAYNE WYATT Benton, Ky. MARSHA LYNNE WYATT Benton, Ky. ROBERT LARRY WYLIE Kenton, Tenn. Fifth Roiv: FLOYD JEFFREY YANCEY Hopkinsville, Ky. JOE ERNEST YANCEY Evansville, Ind. WILLIAM RONALD YOUNG ..Murray, Ky. THE FRESHMAN CLASS 87 SUMMER SCIENCE INSTITUTE A M Each summer since 1957 the science de- partments at Murray State have participated in a program designed to improve the caliber of science and mathematics teaching in the junior and senior high schools. This program is sponsored by the National Science Foun- dation and is nationwide in scope. Dr. A. M. Wolfson, Head of the Biological Sciences Department, and Dr. W. E. Blackburn, Head of the Chemistry Department, have served as Co-Directors of all the institute programs at Murray. Courses have been developed especially for the Institute program, the general pur- pose of which is to provide additional scien- tific background for the participating teach- ers. Allowances similar to scholarship funds are provided the participants by funds of the National Science Foundation, thus making it possible for many teachers to improve their teaching capabilities during the summer. The courses are taught by competent sci- entists who are skilled in presentation. A number of visiting scientists act as instructors during the institute, which coincides with the regular summer session. Certain members of the Murray State science staff also act as in- structors. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Miss Rubie Smith ' s Ele- mentary Curriculum class. Dr. Alsup ' s reading lab Dr. Tesseneer lectures on Guidance Murray State College graduate program leads to a de- gree of Master of Arts in Education. Candidates for de- grees must first have completed a four-year program of studies which qualifies them for teaching in elementary or secondary schools. The Graduate School provides training in the following specialties in education: ele- mentary and secondary teaching, elementary and sec- ondary principalships, guidance, supervision, and the superintendency. The graduate program includes twelve semester hours beyond the Master of Arts degree which may be used in qualifying for Rank I in the salary sched- ule of the Kentucky Foundation Program of Education. The students listen to a reading exercise mi rowr in DM ■ ■ J •■ ' " •• 53S5PV- A ffSt -2 •JBSfiSsc . ..... NEW DIMENSIONS IN FACULTY HHH ■■■■■■■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■H I HHiH j QC£ - ji ,.■■ ' . ...... fc i B PW " - THE BOARD OF REGENTS ! N Although you may never see these men, you can bet their job is being done for they are the top machinery of the college and without them all progress would cease. The Board of Regents is to the college as a supreme council is to a large organization. This board is responsible for drawing up the budget for A4SC, for coordinating between state officials and the college administration, and for deciding the future progress of this institution. GOVERNOR BERT T. COMBS BOARD OF REGENTS WENDELL P. BUTLER (Chairman) . . . . Franf ort, W. G. SCHOEPFLIN Henderson, Ky. Ky. ALTON B. MITCHELL Smiths Grove, Ky. GLENN DORAN (Vice Chairman) ..Murray, Ky. JOHN B. BLACKBURN Paducah, Ky. R. H. WHITE Fulton, Ky. LOUIS LITCHFIELD Marion, Ky. WENDELL P. BUTLER 92 This is our president— Dr. Ralph H. Woods! The man who has guided MSC through the last IS years of constant struggle of trying to ac- commodate the ever increasing enrollment and provide for the teaching of thousands of stu- dents. Dr. Woods took over the presidency in 1945 from the late Dr. John Wesley Carr, who in February of this year passed away at the age of 100. The First Gentleman of the College has seen through his tireless efforts many new facilities added to the campus. Of the additions, there have been four major buildings and only this year saw the ground breaking ceremony for a new men ' s dormitory. With his foresight of the future, Dr. Woods will continue to devote himself to the progress of Murray State. The progress of buiJding in size, growing in enrollment, and most important of all, bettering the quality of education. Dr. and Mrs. Woods live on the college campus at Oakhurst, which resembles the old southern colonial type mansion. The president ' s home with its air of dignity is beautified by the green campus lawn in front and the flower garden in rear, which is outlined with hedge. To describe our president would be to take the words of many scholars, put them together and modify them with words of stress. So in words of simplicity yet supported with the meaning of an elaborate speech, we say— Dr. Woods, we salute you. THE PRESIDENT OF M. S. C. DR. AND MRS. RALPH H. WOODS , m . Dr. Carr at the Murray State Library. Born December 13, 1859 Departed this Earth— February 18, 1960 The First President of Murray State College One of America ' s great scholars, teachers, and administrators. " The Murray State of today is an unfinished picture of his dreams, hopes, and aspirations. The faculties of the past and pres- ent, the students of yesterday and today join me in expressing deep appreciation for more than one hundred years of construc- tive influence in behalf of education and especially for his untiring efforts, his unexcelled devotion, and constructive leadership at Murray State College. " Ralph H. Woods Dr. Carr receives flowers for his 100th birthday. Flag at half-mast honoring Dr. Carr upon his death. r? 3 ) ' iliTSfi " " ' 11 r-r— ■ - rfjifl r DEAN WILLIAM G. NASH A man vvitli an eye for the future and stored knowledge through experience of the past, Dean Nash undertakes his daily tasks as Dean of the College. He realizes the importance of the elements that go in the finished product— you, the learned student— and contributes his share in a devoted nature so that you may he securely fit in your chosen walk of life after college. DEAN J. MATT SPARKMAN Dean Sparkman with his amiable personality tends to make one feel that he is more than just Dean of Students. In this person you find a friend with an understanding mind which helps him solve student problems. The value of his cooperation witli the Student Council is beyond realization for the betterments of such can be seen the campus over. MARVIN O. WRATHER Mr. Wrathcr, probably better known and appreciated by graduates of Murray State than the undergraduates for his work in job placements, is Director of Public Relations and in addition, serves as assistant to the President. His undying efforts and understanding is a valuable asset to MSC. DEAN LILLIAN TATE Miss Tate derives enjoyment from the position as Dean of Women for getting to know, offering advice and helping " her " girls in any way she can is self-satisfaction sufficient to her. Her charm and attractiveness lends itself to the proficiency in which she carries out the tasks of her official capacity. MRS. CLEO GILLIS HESTER Registrar ADMINISTRATION P. W. ORDWAY Business Manager VERNON E. SHOWN Director of Field Service MISS SHIRLEY GARLAND Dietitian JOE T. ERWIN Director of Pubilicity EUGENE RUSSELL In-Service Consultant JAMES I. ARMBRUSTER Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ■ RAYMOND T. HEWITT Director of Student Union THE FAC ULTY First Row: REX E. ALEXANDER Health and Physical Education H. G. ALLBRITTEN Agriculture ROBERT F. ALSUP Education BENJAMIN H. ANDERSON . .Military Science Second Row: CHESTER W. ANDERSON ...Murray College High MAMIE L. ANDERSON Library VERNON ANDERSON Business ROBERT K. BAAR Fine Arts Third Row: O. BLAINE BALLARD Fine Arts GUY ARTHUR BATTLE ... .Head, Language and Literature WILLIAM G. BESHEAR. .Murray College High WALTER E. BLACKBURN . .Head, Chemistry Fourth Row: WILLIAM BOAZ Fine Arts ROBERT ULRIC BOYD Military Science CLIFTON J. BRADLEY Social Sciences FRANCES E. BROWN Home Economics Fifth Row: EDWARD F. BRUNNER Education JOHN T. BRYANT Military Science DONALD L. CAMPBELL Fine Arts A. G. CANON Physics Sixth Row: KATHRYN R. CARMAN Business MAX G. CARMAN Head, Mathematics ALBERTA M. CHAPMAN Business MAURICE P. CHRISTOPHER Chemistry jr% IB !■■■ iMtkiM First Row: ANN HERRON COHRON Library RUTH ELIZABETH COLE Director, Nursing Education HAZEL M. COWIN Mathematics JOSEPH G. COWIN Industrial Arts JIM CULLIVAN Health and Physical Education JOSIAH DARN ALL Murray College High Second Row: JAMES A. DAY Military Science EDWARD C. DUGGINS Social Sciences MADISON DUNCAN Military Science CLARA M. EAGLE Fine Arts CHARLES LEROY ELDRIDGE Murray College High ALICE SUE FAIRLESS Murray College High Third Row: RICHARD W. FARRELL Head, Fine Arts ATTIE FAUGHN Murray College High CARROLL M. FORSYTH Military Science JOSEPH G. FOWLER Head, Military Science BEATRICE FRYE Language and Literature WILLIAM W. FURGERSON . . .Health and Physical Education Fourth Row: WILSON GANTT Director, Murray College High VANDA JEAN GIBSON Murray College High R. E. GOODGION Murray College High DAVID J. GOWANS Fine Arts NITA GRAHAM Health and Physical Education JOHN P. GREGORY Military Science Jfetffcii «» ■«, ■ . A, i tL. h M vl ,121 m ■: 98 THE FAC U LT Y First Row: NELL GRIFFIN Language and Literature EDWARD ESCO GUNTER Business HUNTER M. HANCOCK . .Biological Sciences VERDA H. HAPPY Business Second Row: JAMES S. HARRIS ... .Language and Literature ROBERT L. HENDON Agriculture DONALD G. HICKS Chemistry THOMAS B. HOGANCAMP .. .Head, Business Third Row: E. B. HOWTON Head, Agriculture DONALD B. HUNTER Education KARL F. HUSSUNG Chemistry LAURIE W. IKERD Library Fourth Row: RICHARD G. JACKSON .Murray College High CHARLIE W. JOHNSON Military Science ROBERT E. JOHNSON Fine Arts ROBERT W. JONES Industrial Arts Fifth Row: CLARENCE W. KEMPER . .Biological Sciences CHESTER LAFFERTY Military Science ALERD S. LAMPE Military Science EDWIN LARSON Language and Literature Sixth Row: GEORGE H. LIGON Business G. T. LILLY Industrial Arts EVELYN LINN Mathematics C. S. LOWRY Head, Social Sciences jps ■ M» ! • iii r .. i tin 4itifti First Row: LILLIAN LOWRY Murray College High PAUL K. LYNN Industrial Arts ANNE PARRISH MARKHAM Language and Literature NEALE BAGLEY MASON Fine Arts JAMES P. MATTHAI Social Sciences MAVIS W. McCAMISH Murray College High Second Row: BOBBYE L. McCARTER Socia l Sciences WALTER BROWN McCORD Military Science OLETA ELIZABETH McWHORTER Language and Literature KENNETH MILLER Health and Physical Education SIDNEY PHIL MOSS Language and Literature HUGH L. OAKLEY Head, Industrial Arts Third Row: ELIZABETH ORDWAY Home Economics PETE PANZERA Chemistry CHRISTINE S. PARKER Mathematics VERNIE WALLACE PARKER Business RHEY BOYD PARSONS Education BERLIN R. PATTON Military Science Fourth Row: ROBERT K. PAYNE Language and Literature CLELL THOMPSON PETERSON ... .Language and Literature DAVID LEE PINSON Business ALTA VIRGINIA PRESSON Home Economics ROMAN V. PRYDATKEVYTCH Fine Arts MARY ALICE RAMER Home Economics THE FAC U LT Y First Row: JOE NELL RAYBURN .. .Murray College High WILLIAM GEORGE READ ....Head, Physics JOHNNY L. REAGAN Business FRANCES COCKE RICHEY Business Second Row: VENONA L. ROGERS . ..Murray College High JOSEPH J. RONDY . . .Language and Literature ARLIE SCOTT Agriculture REZINA E. SENTER . .. .Head, Library Science Third Row: PAUL WILLARD SHAHAN Fine Arts MADISON L. SHAW Military Science DRANE SHELLEY Military Science RUBY LEE SIMPSON.. Head, Ho7tie Economics Fourth Row: ONNIE SKINNER Language and Literature EUGENE H. SMITH Murray College High RUBIE E. SMITH Education LIZA SPANN Biological Sciences Fifth Row: HARRY M. SPARKS Head, Education WILL FRANK STEELY Social Sciences ROY STEWART . .. .Head, Health and Physical Education EDMUND J. STEYTLER Social Sciences Sixth Row: LOTTYE MAE SUITER . .Murray College High RUSSELL W. TERHUNE Fine Arts RALPH A. TESSENEER Education JAMES A. TRACY Language and Literature mM , t u- % %r He h THE FAC U LT Y First Row: WILLIAM A. WALMSLEY Fine Arts GOLD A P. WATERS Murray College High WILBUR S. WAYMAN Military Science AUBURN J. WELLS Social Sciences Second Row: CARRIE A. WHITE Health and Physical Education ROBERTA WHITNAH Chemistry MAYME J. WHITNELL ..Murray College High LA JEAN WIGGINS Library Third Row: JACK D. WILSON Mathematics LYNN W. WINGET . . .Language and Literature JOHN C. WINTER Fine Arts ALFRED M. WOLFSON Head, Biological Sciences Fourth Row: H. C. WOODBRIDGE Head, Library 102 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS First Row: SALLY ANN ALEXANDER Secretary, Dietitian MAXINE H. ANDERSON Secretary, Dean of Students LORAH ASHCR AFT Registrar ' s Office MARY W. BROWN Hostess, Wells Hall MARTHA ANN CHINN Registrar ' s Office MARTHA L. GUIER Secretary, Public Relations Office VIVIAN HALE Secretary, Public Relations Office Second Row: BETTY B. HINES Secretary, Director of Publicity DOROTHY E. HOLLAND .. .Secretary , Public Relations Off ice LOUISE M. JELLISON Assistant Dietitian PAULINE JOHNSON Registrar ' s Office JO H. LOVETT Secretary, College High NELL MASTERA Registrar ' s Office RUTH LIGON ' .MOORE Assistant House Director, Woods Hall Third Row: MIRIAM E. NETTLETON Secretary, Director of Field Services CHARLES D. OUTLAND Business Office VVILM A OUTLAND Registrar ' s Office ANN C. PAGE Business Office RUBYE K. POOL Secretary, Dean of Students CATHERINE PURDOM Business Office JAMES A. ROGERS Assistant Business Manager Fourth Row: PATSY L. ROWLAND Secretary, President FAY W. SLEDD Business Office MARIE STANTON House Director, Ordway Hall LUCILLE A. THURMAN Business Office WILLENA PUCKETT TILLMAN . .Assistant House Director, Woods Hall MARGARET H. WHITE Secretary, Military Science 103 ft J, s« » FIjk JvkI 1 H Hk ' .t S ■Ki p «« B V Br 1 1 J ' • ' •- gill 4% " ■ ' - . ■hit SJEt f B ■• " " " HiH " V rtl %■ HkYv ■V «Hi ♦ 1 ■ y -1 ' " ■ " .. I 1 ■ -Jf £ ff v- BH H NEW DIMENSIONS IN FEATURES m f» 1 " ' SHIELD QUEEN yVliss pearl J errv y HOW THEY WERE CHOSEN ' Iv£N ' » ■t e w von i . ■ . v. PAT BOONE I A 7- t B7V J ana.™? 19, I960 Xelly HcCord, fcditor The I960 Shield Murray State College Box 1162 College Station Hurray, Kentucky Dear KeUys Too people should be very proud of |«r pretty Kentucky girls. This is a difficult decision to make as I ' d like to call than. U winners, However, you make the rules and here is sty choice. As SHIELD QLtji N - Kiss Pearl Terry, nonber 2, 1 M like to congratulate all of the candidates and. wish then all th luck an-i success In the future. MISS MURRAY STATE yVliss ane jj r reewian FOOTBALL QUEEN JWiss JVancu JH y organ r 9 ■■ MOUNTAIN LAUREL REPRESENTATIVE Miss JVancu JHc y orcictn r 9 DEAL FRESHMAN GIRL yViiss " T ranees mith - , k- - ' W ALMA ATWOOD ERNESTINE BATTEN SHANNON BEASLEY CAMPUS FAVORITES BRENDA CARVER MARTHA CUNNINGHAM AILENE HODGE PAT JONES NANCY MORGA N PEARL I ERRY iiIl ' !lMl;i " if I DON ALLISON HUGH ASHBY BILL BROOKS MEN ON CAMPUS i □ a □ a 3 O O ■ O, 9: 19 B O O BOB COLLINS JOHNNY GENTRY BOB JENNINGS DON TOONE PAUL TURNER BILL WELLS JANET SUE ALLEN Chemistry ALMA JOYCE ATWOOD English and Physical Education MOLLY COLEMAN BAKER SAMMY DELANO BLANKENSF Elementary Education Physics and Math WHO ' S WHO REECE ALEXANDER BOND English LYNN BOYD BRIDWELL Physics and Math LOREN WESLEY BURGER Accounting TOMMYE COOPER Agriculture IM IN A MERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES JERRY CRIDER English .MARTHA JANE CUNNINGHAM Elementary Education JERRY STONE FAUGHN Physics and Math WILLIAM ALLEN FRANKLIN History and Physical Education VORMA JANE FREEMAN Business Education JUDITH ANN GIVEN English JUNE CAROLYN GRAYSON Business Education ROBERT LARRY JETTON Chemistry and Math WHO ' S WHO MILDRED SUE LUCKEY Math and History JERRY LEE MARTIN English NANCY ANN MORGAN Elementary Education PHILLIP LEE MORGAN Physics PATRICIA LOIS OWEN Math and English GARTH FRANKLIN PETRIE Elementary Education GENE WELLS RAY Physics, Chemistry and Math JIMMY RAY ROBINSON Business Administration JERRY ALLEN SHIELDS Chemistry and Biology RICHARD HAROLD STOUT Chemistry and Biology DORIS CAROLYN TATE Math HARLAND LEE TAYLOR Art Education IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES KEN ROSE WINSTON Chemistry NANCY JO WALKER Art PEARL EVON TERRY Home Economics JOYCE ANN TEAGUE Library Science 117 The Homecoming Game highlights the day Dr. Woods greets an old Grad One day each fall is set aside for homecoming, that nostalgic time when alumni return to the campus and relive a few moments of their undergraduate days. The day is crammed full of activities for the alumnus and student alike. These activities range from various breakfasts and luncheons to the football game and end- ing with the Homecoming Dance. Nancy Morgan, Football Queen, watches the game attended by Jackita White and Ailene Hodge. The float Carousel HOMECOMING IS A HAPPY TIME HERE AT MURRAY STATE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON 1 The Cheerleaders have a heyday on Homecoming Cadet Lt. Col. Paul Wice and Brenda Carver Cadet Major Gordon Perry and Martha Cunningham BRIGADE SPONSORS Cadet Major Isaac Adams and Nancy Morgan Brenda Carver, a senior from Evansville, Indiana, was chosen Brigade Sponsor by the Murray State R.O.T.C. cadets. Nancy Morgan, junior from Paducah, was elected sponsor of the First Battle Group, and Martha Cunning- ham, senior from Benton, was elected sponsor of the Second Battle Group. These three young ladies were introduced at the semi-annual Military Ball in December. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION The Alumni Association has as its purpose to maintain closer relations between the college and its alumni. But since its origin, has taken on many other activities which have helped the college, the students and the alumni. The association sponsors Homecoming in close coop- eration with the Student Council. It also publishes the Murray State College Alumnus, which informs graduates as to the location of some of their classmates, etc. The association also gives two scholarships each year to de- serving students. Murray State College CHARLES BAUGH Alumni President 121 NEW DIMENSIONS IN ACTIVITIES Martha Clayton, Wanda Cowling, Beulah Wooten, Carolyn Tate, and Patsy Royster. THE I960 SHIELD STAFF Putting out die Shield involves much more work than people realize, especially those who volunteer for the Shield Staff. They are soon to discover, however, just how large the task is. The watchword of the staff is, of necessity, teamwork. The job is impossible for one or two people to handle, but it is only with complete co- operation of the whole staff that we manage to meet our deadlines. The patience and guidance of Mr. Anderson helps to make the labor more bearable. Working for the Shield is far from all toil and pain. The staff gains immeasurably in personal and coopera- tive accomplishment and can take justified pride in the finished product. LARRY RAY and NANCY WALKER KELLY McCORD Editor RALPH OLIVER Assistant Editor w m mmmam mmi m LOREN W. BURGER Business Manager DOUG HARRIS Assistant Business Manager Front Row: Rosemary Hunt and Joyce Rudolph. Second Row: Jimmy Benedict and Mar- garet Benedict. STAFF C. KELLY McCORD Editor RALPH OLIVER As ' s ' t. Editor LOREN W. BURGER Business Manager DOUG HARRIS Ass ' t. Business Manager MARGARET BINGHAM Activities Editor NANCY WALKER Art Editor JIMMY BENEDICT class Co-Editor MARGARET BENEDICT Class Co-Editor NETA CORBIN Facuky Editor JUDY MERRICK Features Editor ROSEMARY HUNT Organizations Co-Editor JOYCE RUDOLPH Organizations Co-Editor JERRY P. RHOADS Sports Editor BILL WILLIAMS Ass ' t. Sports Editor GENE CAMPBELL Photographer LARRY RAY Writer MARTHA CLAYTON Typist WANDA COWLING Typist PATSY ROYSTER T ypist CAROLYN TATE Typist BEULAH WOOTEN T ypist MR. VERNON ANDERSON Faculty ' Advisor Front Row: Margaret Bingham and Judy Merrick. Second Row: Bill Williams, Neta Corbin and Jerry Rhoads. MR. VERNON ANDERSON Faculty Advisor Sports Editor, Larry Ray Mr. Payne explains a layout problem The College News is the Official Weekly News- paper of Murray State College. The purpose of the News is to incorporate current ideas, attitudes, actions and achievements of Murray State into a factual, unified weekly report. The staff includes advance journalism students whose future intentions involve careers in either secondary edu- cation or professional newspaper work. The Editor for the fall semester was Lila Beth Empson, for spring, Ger- ald Henry. Staff advisor is Professor R. K. Payne. The Associated Collegiate Press award, the All-Ameri- can, has been won each semester since 1953. Sandy Wineland and Judy Given First issue of the year was put out in cramped quarters! THE COLLEGE NEWS GERALD HENRY STAFF LILA BETH EMPSON Editor in Chief fall semester GERALD HENRY Editor in Chief spring semester JUDY GIVEN News Editor SANDY WINELAND Feature Editor LARRY RAY Sports Editor BETTIE JO RAY Society Editor LARRY BLUBAUM Advertising Manager DIANA MONROE Ass ' t. Advertising Manager NANCY ALSTON Special Writer KAY KING Special Writer BETTY AlORRIS Special Writer GENE CAMPBELL Photographer ELEMENTARY AND ADVANCED REPORTING CLASSES General Reporting PROFESSOR R. K. PAYNE Faculty Adviser Mid-year outgoing and incoming Editors Y A PAUL TURNER President DON TOONE Vice-President JOHNNY GENTRY Treasurer MARTHA CUNNINGHAM Secretary The Student Council is the governing body of the Student Organization. The members are elected an- nually by the MSC students, all of whom are Student Organization members. The council supervises student- sponsored activities and acts as an intermediary between the administration and the student body. Since it was formed in 1936, the Student Organization has been an integral part of Murray State College. STUDENT COUNCIL 3 K n .igffifffifc 0v f Engineer and Crew " Informing the campus, " the Murray State College Thoroughbred hour broadcasts daily through Station VVNBS from the studio in Wilson Hall. Campus news, interviews, discussions, radio plays, and music are featured on the show, which is staffed and di- rected by MSC students. Student directors of the show are Jackie Rini, Norris Gorrell, and Bruce .MacDade. Faculty adviser is Mr. James Harris, MSC professor of speech. THOROBRCD HOUR P.MSC Mr. James Harris, Norris Garrell, Bruce MacDade, and Jackie Rini. THOROUGHBRED HOUR The Thoroughbred Hour Staff 129 The Chorus THE 1960 CAMPUS LIGHTS Nancy Adams and Charles Stephens " Campus Lights of 1960 " , the twenty-third annual production sponsored by Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota was directed by Roger Reichmuth assisted by Johnny Arnn. Bill Moates directed the dancing chorus. The leading characters were played by Nancy Adams and Al Koehn, supported by Lil Harrington, Ernest Vaughn, and Charles Stephens. Soloists were Beverly Broutin, pianist, playing " Warsaw Concerto " and Thom- as Berry playing " La Virgin De La Macarena " on the trumpet. Original compositions especially written for the show were " Alorrocco " by Professor Paul W. Shahan, " Bad Scence " with music by Johnny Arnn and words by Chuck Simons, and " Ann " by Koehn, arranged by Ho- mer Pruitte. ERNEST VAUGHN CHARLES TILLEY and BILL THRELKELD The Dancing Chorus 131 B li l y ■ JH V ■ !? ■ v BB 11 !■ Ks- 5 ™ ■ ] S. D v B H m k fc»HS L B Lr J Bn S k fc • " jBd I J . _ li | : £ii S IK 4l of 7- - " " - ' -S? HMMBMHB The Symphony Orchestra MUSICAL ACTIVITIES The Murray State Music Department provides valu- able training for professional musicians and teachers of music and also provides outstanding cultural events for the campus and surrounding area. The College Chorus, the select A Cappella Choir, and the even more select Madrigal Singers provide activities for students who are interested in vocal music. Instrumental music is furnished by the Concert Band, Marching Band, Symphony Orchestra, String Orchestra, Brass Choir, and various other small ensembles. Public appearances of these groups in concerts, reci- tals, and tours have resulted in favorable and widespread publicity for the college. A Capella Choir «£ji A %. 1 j| The String Orchestra The Symphony Band The Madrigal Singers : Performance of SECOND THRESHOLD DRAMATICS f : |fe It L— ' ' At -is ft ...:»!. ' S Leads of Be , fioo aw d Candle Rehearsal of Children ' s Theatre Murray State Theatre in the spring of 1959 presented Bell, Book and Candle, the popular Broadway comedy by John Van Druten. Philip Barrie ' s Second Threshold opened the 1959-60 season followed by the children ' s production Cinderella, and the second major production Beyond the Horizon. The traveling show Bus Stop was presented by S.I.U. as the annual outside performance. DEBATE Debating for Murray State College is an educational, fascinating, and challenging activity for any industrious student. The Debate team is sponsored and coached by Professor J. Albert Tracy. This year the novice De- baters presented debates at several high schools in this area. The intercollegiate debate squad has attended six tour- naments and participated in a number of inter-school meets with neighboring colleges. Students who meet the requirements may join Tau Kappa Alpha, a Speech Honorary Fraternity, of which Murray State is an institutional member. The intercollegiate debate squad Mr. Tracy assists in researcli ' ' . ■■ ,»v . » ■J M 1 ■ ; jSUri fcfK NEW DIMENSIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS FIRST ROW: Molly Baker, Ernestine Bat- ten, Judy Bennett, Carol Byars, Jo Brown. SECOND ROW: Neta Corbin, Diana Cun- ningham, Martha Cunningham, Ann Doug- las, Gayle Douglas. THIRD ROW: Diane Elkins, Lila Beth Empson, Jeanette Fentress, Barbara Gumm, Lvnn Hahs. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Hayden, Alice Hicks, Carolyn Holmes, Deanna Hughes, Ruby Kissling. FIFTH ROW: Peggy LaFever, Phyllis Lee, Jean Ligon, Brenda Loos, Margaret Lucas. SIXTH ROW: Lois Lynn, Judy Merrick, Judy McRae, Nancy Morgan, Betty Joyce Morris. SEVENTH ROW: Sally Mae Morris, Mary Lee Outland, Nancy Owen, Kay Poulter, Dorothy Powe. EIGHTH ROW: Zoe Pryor, Sue Reynolds, Martha Richards, Martha Robison, Nancy Rawdon. NINTH ROW: Jean Sanford, Nancy Saw- yer, Linda White, Jackita White, Sue Wil- liams. TENTH ROW: Leola Young, Martha Zarecor. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority, founded in Farmville, Virginia, in 1898, installed the Alpha Chi Chapter on this campus in 1942. A member of the National Panhellenic Con- ference, Tri-Sigma embraces fifty states. The national social service theme is " Sigma Serves Chil- dren. " Sigma college years are filled with working, studying, and sharing good times with girls who are the closest of friends— truly as close as sisters. Times are spent sharing each member ' s efforts to learn and improve and excel— recognizing special abilities and talents— learning how to lead— and to fol- low. To collegiate Tri Sigmas, the founding principles of love and service and scholastic achievement and wholesome, gra- cious group living are real. ALMA ATWOOD President First Row: Jane Freeman, Deanie Hinton, Jane Dick. Second Row: Judy Give " . N ncv Wilfcer. Mice Franre c Rrnwn. I OFFICERS JANE FREEMAN Vice-President DEANIE HINTON Treasurer JANE DICK Recording Secretary JUDY GIVEN Corresponding Secretary NANCY WALKER Keeper of Grades MISS FRANCES BROWN Sponsor 139 FIRST ROW: iMary Allen, Nancy Lanier Alston, Wanda Barnes. SECOND ROW: Sandra Baughman, Shannon Beasley, Faye Vance Beyer. THIRD ROW: Barbara Campbell, Brenda Crock- ett, Penelope Crowell. FOURTH ROW: Donna Daniels, Saundra Evans, Joretta Fox. ' FIFTH ROW: Helen Kimmons, Margaret Kin- cannon, Jane Kirksey. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Lewis, Annette McKnight, Peggy Outland. SEVENTH ROW: Frances Pinson, Joyce Ru- dolph, Nancy Sykes. EIGHTH ROW: Carmerita Talent, Ramona Tooke, Jane Vaughn. NINTH ROW: Wanda Walker. ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA " In the heart of ole Virginny to where Beta Nu dwells— " Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded in 1901 at Longwood College, Virginia. Beta Nu Chapter was installed at Murray State in 1946. The sorority seeks to develop its members socially, spirit- ually, mentally, and to make a vital contribution to life on the college campus. The philanthropic project of Alpha Sigma Alpha is aiding mentally retarded children. Each year a Christmas party is given at the School of New Hope and gifts are given to the school at other times during the year. The Mistletoe Ball is a highlight of the social year for the whole campus as well as Alpha Sigmas. In addition, the Spring Formal, the Spring Banquet, the Bermuda Blast, the Senior Send-off Banquet, and other activities leave memories of happy college days in the lives of Alpha Sigma Alphas. " We will serenade our Chapter . . . " LORETTA TUCKER President First Row: Pearl Terry, Jane Burke, Pat Owen, Beulah Wooten. Second Row: Carol Van Wingen, Ann Dobson, Julia Griffith, Miss Evelyn Linn. OFFICERS PEARL TERRY Vice-President JANE BURKE Recording Secretary PAT OWEN Corresponding Secretary BEULAH WOOTEN Treasurer CAROL VAN WINGEN Membership Director ANN DOBSON Chaplain JULIA GRIFFITH Editor MISS EVELYN LINN Sponsor Ml ALPHA T A U O M E G FRANCES KNIGHT Sweetheart PAT JONES Attendant SYDNEY SHERWOOD Attendant In Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1865, three 20- year-old veterans of the Confederate Army founded Alpha Tau Omega, the first Greek-letter college fraternity organ- ized after the Civil War. Kentucky Zeta Lambda Chapter was installed on the Mur- ray State campus May 9, 1959. The objectives of Alpha Tau Omega are to bind men to- gether in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles, with a bond as strong as right itself and as lasting as humanity; to know no North, no South, no East, no West, but to know man as man, to teach that true men the world over should stand together and contend for supremacy of good over evil; to teach, not politics, but morals. These were the thoughts uppermost in the minds of the founders of Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: Robert E. Jennings, Norman Woods, Ray Dunn, Alfred Grace, John Shroat. Second Row: Elias Williamson, Charles McDowell, Bob Cas- sity, Tom Paul, Dr. Robert Alsup. OFFICERS ROBERT E. JENNINGS Worthy Master NORMAN WOODS Worthy Champlin RAY DUNN Worthy Keeper of Annuls ALFRED GRACE Worthy Keeper of Exchequer JOHN SHROAT Worthy Scribe F.LIAS WILLIAMSON Pledge Trainer charles McDowell Palm Reporter BOB CASSITY Worthy Usher TOM PAUL Worthy Sentinel DR. ROBERT ALSUP Faculty Adviser 142 »i«f w %, f - T «4 Ik . J » ill ' 1 FIRST ROW: William Bondurant, Rich- ard Bray, Leo D. Burns, Paul Davis. SECOND ROW: Riley Emery, Terry Gaines, Dickie Hack, Dennis Hill. THIRD ROW: William Hoffee, Edwin Jeffress, Earl Jones, James Jones. FOURTH ROW: George Karnavas, Phil- lip Knight, Roy S. Logan, William Adarsh. FIFTH ROW: Ray Melear, Hugh Mont- gomery. Marion Perry, J. D. Pigue. SIXTH ROW: Edward Pullen, Gene Ray, Johnny Rudd, Kenneth Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Thomas Spelman, Jerry Summerville, Charles Sweatt, Dwaine Tavlor. EIGHTH ROW: Patrick Thomas, Willis Thornsberry, Charles Wells, Wallace Wil- ' oughby. p I KAPPA ALPHA JANE DICK Attendant MARTHA ROBISON Attendant To have ever at heart the best interests of my fraternity; to foster a feeling of helpful brotherhood; to be true and honest with my brothers and all my other associates as well; to be in no sense a snob; to be loyal to my college and to advance her good name in whatever way I am able; to place class standing before social position; to merit the confidence and esteem of my instructors; in my private life to be pure and noble; to commit no deed which will bring shame to my fraternity; in my life ' s work to be as true, as honest, as loyal, as pure, as worthy— in short, to be a man, in the best sense of the word, and thus fulfill the highest ideals for which Pi Kappa Alpha must ever stand. JANE FREEMAN Dream Girl OFFICERS DON ALLISON SMC KENNETH PEMBER IMC LARRY RAY ' THC BRUCE MACDADE SC NICK GALLOWAY Pledgemaster NORMAN HARRIS MC NORRIS GORRELL Chaplain JAMES HARRIS Sponsor First Row: Don Allison, Kenneth Pember, Larry Ray, Bruce Macdade. Second Row: Nick Galloway, Norman Harris, Norris Gorrell, James Harris. |PW| 1 P •, ? ( ■ 4- I w£l m - 144 p P Q £ £5 Pit J W] PC r? FIRST ROW: Glenn Adams, Isaac Adams, Buford Anderson, Philip Back, John Bax- ter, Vadie Bolton. SECOND ROW: Bill Brooks, Bob Collins, Bill Combs, Jimmy Cross, Del Douglas, Donald Dowdy. THIRD ROW: Sidney Easley, Dan Evans, Jerry Faughn, Johnnie Gentry, Terry Gulledge, Jim Haa g. FOURTH ROW: Terry Harrell, Richard Hill, Robert Huie, Ronald Hunt, Harold Hurt, James Hyams. FIFTH ROW: Charles Jackson, Larry Jetton, Edward King, Jim King, Don Knight, Bennie Lane. SIXTH ROW: Bill Lasater, Paul Lund, Dan McNutt, Mike McWeeny, Mark Ma- han, Carl Mays. SEVENTH ROW: Dale Mitchell, Don Moore, Philip Morgan, Sam Nail, Dan Parker, Gene Preston. EIGHTH ROW: Bob Rathert, Bob Reg- clsperger, Joe Richerson, Lowell Roberts, Ken Rose, Errol Seltzer. NINTH ROW: George Stockton, Lowell Stonecipher, Sam Strader, Jim Swan, Rich- ard Thomas, Bernerd Tichenor. TENTH ROW: Ray Townsend, Bill Wells, Dickie Wells, Mickie Wells, Ray Woodson, Paul Wice. ELEVENTH ROW: Whit Wooton, Rob- ert Barr, Alumni member, faculty; Paul Shahan, Alumni member, faculty. SIGMA C H I PATSY JO FIELDS Sweetheart On April 25, 1959, Delta Alpha Fr aternity was installed as Epsilon Tau Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Delta Alpha, which was founded on February 3, 1948, was the first Greek- letter social fraternity established at Murray State College. The men of Epsilon Tau Chapter of Sigma Chi are proud of their Delta Alpha traditions and heritage. They seek to per- petuate the worthy activities and enterprises of Delta Alpha and to add to these as time and circumstances will permit. Epsilon Tau Chapter this year presented the twelfth annual edition of The Last Resort. It published the seventh edition of the College Directory. It held its fourth annual Christmas party for the children of a nearby orphans ' home. It has sponsored dances, and participated in all college activities. Sigma Chi was founded on June 28, 1855, at Miami Uni- versity, in Oxford, Ohio, as the third member of the famous Miami Triad, the other two being B eta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Theta. Sigma Chi is the second largest fraternity in membership, and the fifth largest in number of active chap- ters. Epsilon Tau is the 132nd active chapter. Life Magazine has called Sigma Chi, " The most solid of all college fraternities. " First Row: Hugh Ashby, Richard Lewis, Ben Hester, Bill Allbritten, Joe Hart. Second Row: Warren Philips, Sam Rynearson, Larry Buzzerio, Dr. R. B. Parsons, Capt. John Bryant. OFFICERS HUGH ASHBY President RICHARD LEWIS Vice President BEN HESTER Recording Secretary BILL ALLBRITTEN Treasurer JOE HART Pledge Master WARREN PHILIPS Historian SAM RYNEARSON Chapter Editor LARRY BUZZERIO Sergeant at Arms DR. R. B. PARSONS Chapter Advisor CAPT. JOHN BRYANT Chapter Advisor r w fm. 146 mz v O fT D .O ,© C fTD „„.- " " »j f«»J " - FIRST ROW: George Akers, Jerry Alston, Gene Baily, Art Bauernfeind, Ed Buckalew. SECOND ROW: Roto Caponigri, Richard Cates, Charles Church, Don Cruce, Joe Dyer. THIRD ROW: Bill Evanoff, W. A. Franklin, Gordon Fritz, James Fuller, Jim Futrell. FOURTH ROW: Richard Grogan, Steve Grove, Don Harvey, Charles Hinson, William Holland. FIFTH ROW: Gary Holliday, Tommy Flutchens, Jerry Jaco, Tom Logan, Len Mahoney. SIXTH ROW: Ron AicCage, Terry McCollough, Ken AIcNeeley, Tom- my Meyer, Bill Moates. SEVENTH ROW: Bob Murdock, Bill O ' Brien, Garry Organ, Lloyd Fayton, Bill Prcsson. EIGHTH ROW: Danny Roberts, Fred Roberts, Tommy Rushing, Herb Schupp, Jay Sheehan. NINTH ROW: Jerry Shields, Bob Stevens, Carl Stout, Dick Stout, Mike Ticrney. TFNTH ROW: Clinton Todd, Paul Turner, Charles Walston, John West, Larry Wheeler. ELEVENTH ROW: James White, Harold Wilkins, Terry Williams, John Wolfe, Frank Yates. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA FIRST ROW: Nancy Adams, Marion Black- stone, Olive Ann Bopp. SECOND ROW: Mona Boyd, Judy Bray, Judy Carman. THIRD ROW: Neta Corbin, Janet Davis, Rae Gaddis. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Griffin, Ann Henry, Nola Hertz. FIFTH ROW: Bernadine Hoover, Janet How- ard, Lynnor Karhu. SIXTH ROW: Becky Lamb, Sharon Lobdel!, Sally Mae Morris. SEVENTH ROW: Sandy Riechmann, Manon Shetler, Addie Rose Smith. EIGHTH ROW: Sue Smith, Betty Jo Turley. Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternity for women, was founded June 12, 1903, at the University School of Mu- sic, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Iota Beta Chapter was installed on the Murray State College Campus February 3, 1939. S.A.I, endeavors to uphold in its objectives the advancements of musical development and scholastic standards among its members. A few of Iota Beta activities for this year include: present- ing scholarships to incoming freshman girls majoring in music; presenting the $100 " Pop " Doyle Scholarship to an outstanding Iota Beta iMusician; sponsoring the " All-Campus Sing " ; and in conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha presenting monthly musicals, co-sponsoring the " Contemporary Music Festival " and " Campus Lights. " For the past three years, Iota Beta has been named the " Outstanding Chapter " in Iota Province. JUDITH BARNETT President First Row: Shelia Morton, Beverly Broutin, Twila Alcig, Pat Owen. Second Row: iMartha Zarecor, Jane Henry, Mrs. R. W. Farrell. OFFICERS SHEILA MORTON Vice President BEVERLY BROUTIN Secretary TWILA ALTIG Treasurer PAT OWEN Chaplain MARTHA ZARECOR Sergeant at Arms JANE HENRY Editor MRS. R. W. FARRELL Advisor 149 FIRST ROW: John Arnn, Jerry Arnold, Richard Bray. SECOND ROW: Winston Chesney, Marshall Gage, Doug Garrett. THIRD ROW: Benny Garwood, Mike Hernon, A. Y. Hodge. FOURTH ROW: Marty Johnson, Gene Long, Bill Nettleton. FIFTH ROW: Dick Petty, Charles Pruneau, Roger Reichmuth. SIXTH ROW: Phillip Shelton, Charles Stephens, Ron Talent. SEVENTH ROW: Joe Tarry, Mickey Wells, Dickie Wells. EIGHTH ROW: Dick Young. 150 PHI MU ALPHA ROBERT SLAYDEN President R. W. FARRELL Advisor First Row: Dickie Long, Vice-President; Alec Bond, Secretary; Charles Asnius, Treasurer. Second Row: Gerald Sledd, Historian; Tom Kasinger, Executive Alumni Secretary; Bill Smith, Warder. 4ffc Gamma Delta Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fra- ternity of America has a four-fold purpose: " To advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual wel- fare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encour- age loyalty to the Alma A4ater. " We have strived to accomplish these purposes since 1938 when we received our National Charter. The Chapter has received the Charles E. Lutton Province Merit Award and the Charles E. Lutton Sinfonia Award for being the most outstanding chapter in the nation. In an effort to further accomplish our purposes, Gamma Delta awards scholarships to freshmen music students, presents annually, in coordination with Sigma Alpha Iota, the " All-American Concert " and " Campus Lights. " FACULTY MEMBERS First Row: Robert Baar, Blaine Ballard, Josiah Darnall, David Gowans, Neale Mason. Second Row: Roman Prydatke- vitch, Paul Shahan, Russell Terhunc, John Winter. PERSHING RIFLES AILENE HODGE Sweetheart Pershing Rifles is a National Honorary Society founded in 1894 by General John J. Pershing. His objective was to promote a finer quality of drill and leadership among Military Science cadets. Since their beginning the Pershing Rifles units have created a feeling of brotherhood in almost every large college and university from coast to coast. Company G of the third regiment provides a color guard for all football and basketball games. They also have one of the finer Rifle Teams, and " crack " drill squads in the regi- ment. The unit also provides a parking detail for all sports events on the campus. First Row: Ronald McCage, Robert Murdock, Douglas C. Harris, John Koertner, Ando Kivirahk. Second Row: Sam Linebaugh, Eddie Roberts, Ted Clack, Captain Boyd. OFFICERS RONALD McCAGE Commanding Officer ROBERT MURDOCK Executive Officer DOUGLAS C. HARRIS Finance Officer JOHN KOERTNER Operations Officer ANDO KIVIRAHK Supply Officer SAM LINEBAUGH Public Information Officer EDDIE ROBERTS Pledge Master TED CLACK Sergeant at Arms CAPTAIN BOYD Advisor 4g» A 152 a 4 flf ft -_ r 9 ' ■■ W " FIRST ROW: Jack Adair, Royce Blackvvell, William Blankenship, Roy Byrd. SECOND ROW: David Clack, Albert Cole, Joe Dillon, Billy Felker. THIRD ROW: Bill Haines, Robert Huie, Bill Jackson, Robert Kendall. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Kessler, Larry Lynn, Paul Miller, Ronnie Mou- brav. FIFTH ROW: Dan Parker, Larry Reid, Idus Spooner, Bob Stevens. SIXTH ROW: Mike Tierney, Kenneth Turner, David Valente, Dale Vance. SEVENTH ROW: John Waller, Danny Wells, Tom Wilkerson, David Zaleski. 153 tfBfc £1 fe First Row: Philip G. Reeves, William Hoffee, Donald Moore. Second Row: Captain John T. Bryant. OFFICERS PHILIP G. REEVES Captain WILLIAM HOFFEE Second Lieutenant DONALD MOORE First Sergeant CAPTAIN JOHN T. BRYANT Advisor PAT JONES Sweetheart The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to unite in closer relationship the military departments of Ameri- can universities and colleges; to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient officers; to pre- pare its members as educated men to take a more active part and to have a greater influence in the military affairs of the communities in which they may reside; and, above all, to spread intelligent information concerning the mili- tary requirements of our country. SCABBARD AND BLADE 4 b A FIRST ROW: Issac Booker Adams, David W. Brown, Larry B. Carter. SECOND ROW: Dan Keith Evans, Edwin Bruce Jef- fress, Michael L. Kirkpatrick. THIRD ROW: Albert John Koertner, Ronald McCage, John A. Mitchum. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Dwain Sledd, Paul Wice. 154 TAU KAPPA EPSILON OFFICERS RICHARD YOUNG Prytanis WAYNE HARVEY Epiprytanis ROBERT ROUSSIN Granmtateus KENNETH FOSTER Crysophylos TOM WALDEN Hypophetes DON CULLEN Histor BRUCE MOORE Hegemon WINSTON CHESNEY Pylortes VERNIE PARKER Faculty Advisor DAVID PINSON Faculty Advisor NANCY WILLIAMS TKE Siveetheart First Row: Charles Dunlap, Cecil Glass, Gerald Henry. Second Row: Jesus Menendez, Howard Potter, Orval Shetler. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Teke, TKE ... all symbols of fraters in the bond of the fraternity, all symbols of fraters whose manhood has withstood the test of try- ing conditions. Tau Kappa Epsilon— men who believe that a fra- ternity should be a brotherhood in conduct as well as in name. Teke— men who stand not for wealth, rank, or honor; but for personal worth and character. TKE— men who hold that the essential elements of true brotherhood are love, charity, and esteem. These beliefs have gained for the triangle of Tekes experiences of true and lasting friendships— friend- ships which cannot but greatly influence the course of their lives. This, and so very much more, is why Tau Kappa Epsilon has rightly been chosen The Frater- nity for Life. 155 ALPHA PSI OMEGA ROBERT JOHNSON Sponsor C. KELLY McCORD President MEMBERS Frank Cunningham Dwain Herndon Peggy George Annette McKnight The Gamma Epsilon Cast of Alpha Psi Omega, Na- tional Honorary Fraternity, was installed at Murray State in 1937, and is the oldest fraternity on the campus. It was organized for students doing a high standard of work in dramatics. Requirements for membership in- clude being a member of Sock and Buskin, and 200 hours of work in the dramatic department. 156 DELTA LAMBDA ALPHA First Row: Jo Brown, Mona Boyd, Judith Carman, Ann Claxton, Wanda Cowling, Diane Elkins. Second Row: Saundra Evans, Marshelle Hardesty, Dorothy Ladd, Peggy LaFever, Henrietta Metzger, Jane Metzger. Third Row: Marinell Myers, Nancy Carol Owen, Sandy Ricchmann, Suzanne Veal Stimson, Anna Vaughn. Delta Lambda Alpha, freshman women ' s honorary fraternity, is symbolized in the Bible, white candles, shield, and a white carnation. These in turn, represent purity of thought, deed, high resolve and accomplish- ments. Membership is based upon a scholastic average of a full course of study for one semester. The grade aver- age must be halfway between the two top grades in the institution. Active membership comes in the remaining part of the freshman and the sophomore year. JANET FENTRESS President OFFICERS SUE WILLIAMS Vice-President GAYLE DOUGLASS Secretary ANN DOUGLASS Treasurer REZINA E. SENTER Sponsor First Row: Sue Williams, Gayle Douglass, Ann Douglass, Rezina E. Senter. HARVEY LANGFORD SAM RYNE ARSON ORVAL SHETLER LOREN W. BURGER President First Row: Jimmy Ray Robinson, Gerald Henry. Second Row: Doug Harris, George Ligon. SIGMA LAMBDA IOTA Sigma Lambda Iota, an honorary professional business administration fraternity, was organized at Murray State College on October 10, 1957. Membership in Sigma Lambda Iota, a non-affiliated organization, is open to male students enrolled at Mur- ray State College who have attained the scholastic stand- ing of 3.0 in business subjects and 2.5 in non-business subjects. To be eligible for membership a student must have 28 hours of credit of which 15 hours must have been in business subjects. Sigma Lambda Iota signifies scholarship, leadership, and integrity. The objects of the fraternity are to: further the indi- vidual welfare of its members, foster scientific research in business administration, educate the public to appreci- ate and demand higher ideals therein, and promote and advance courses and training in business administration at Murray State College. OFFICERS JIMMY RAY ROBINSON Vice-President GERALD HENRY Secretary DOUG HARRIS Treasurer GEORGE LIGON Sponsor 158 PI OMEGA PI ft 1 1 First Row: Sue Call, Carolyn Tate, Don Samples. Second Row: Lorerra Culver, Mrs. K. Carman. OFFICERS SUE CALl Vice-President CAROLYN TATE Secretary DON SAMPLES Treasurer LORETTA CULVER Historian MRS. K. CARMAN Sponsor JUNE GRAYSON President Gamma Upsilon Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, a national Business Education Fraternity for future teachers of bus- iness subjects, was installed at Murray State College on July 25, 1953. Membership in Pi Omega Pi is open to second semes- ter sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The primary pur- pose of the organization is to promote a closer fellowship among teachers of business subjects. First Row: Hugh Ashby, Wanda Barnes, Margaret Bingham. Second Row: Carolyn Bolser, Don Dorris, Ann Douglas. Third Row: Gayle Douglas, Jerry Frazier, Jane Freeman. Fourth Row: Julia Griffith, Rosemary Hunt, Shirley McAlpin. Fifth Row: Mary Frances McNeely. Judy Merrick, Patricia Pryor. Sixth Row: Martha Richards, Manon Shetler, Suzanne Stimson. Seventh Row: Frances Taylor, Joyce league, Charlotte Trevathan , Beulah Wooten. First Row: Stanley Gibbs, Nancy Walker, Jackie White. Second Row: Sharron Eley, Lee Taylor Jane Burke. Third Row: Craw- ford Edwards, Miss Clara Eagle, Mr. William Walmsley. KAPPA PI OFFICERS STANLEY GIBBS President NANCY WALKER Vice-President JACKIE WHITE Secretary SHARRON ELEY Corresponding Secretary LEE TAYLOR Treasurer JANE BURKE Historian and Parliamentarian CRAWFORD EDWARDS Pledge Master MISS CLARA EAGLE Sponsor MR. WILLAM WALMSLEY Co-Sponsor Kappa Pi, a national honorary art fraternity, was estab- lished to honor outstanding students in the field of visual arts. Alpha Alpha Chi Chapter of Kappa Pi was estab- lished on the Murray Campus in May, 1950, as one of 101 chapters in the United States. Alpha Alpha Chi awarded its 7th annual art scholar- ship to Phyllis Bottomley, of Mt. Vernon, Indiana. First Row: William Boaz, honorary; Donald Campbell, honorary; Ann Cohron, honorary. Second Row: Richard Jackson, honorary; Jean Wiggens, honorary; Lynn Winget, honorary. Third Row: Robert Babb, Marion Bouska, Brenda Carver. Fourth Row: Jerry Chappcllc, Wanda Cowling, Russell Dawson. Fifth Row: Saundra Evans, Marshelle Hardesty, John Koertner. Sixth Row: Larry Kropp, Nancy Miller, Frances Pinson. Seventh Row: Jo Ellen Ray, Buster James Thomas. 160 KAPPA DELTA PI OFFICERS PAT OWEN President JERRY CRIDER Vice-President MOLLY BAKER Recording Secretary JUNE GRAYSON Corresponding Secretary DR. R. B. PARSONS Sponsor Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, aims to foster high standards of preparation for teaching and to encourage a closer fellowship among those who have attained excellence in scholarship and distinction for their achievements as students and teachers. Delta Omega Chapter was installed at Murray on A ' lay 31, 1939. 161 VETERAN ' S CLUB First Row: Don Dorris, Stanley Gibbs, Sal Bertolarhi. Second Row: John Collins, Harry C. Ward Jr., James Harris. Third Row: William G. Boaz. OFFICERS DON DORRIS President STANLEY GIBBS Vice-President SAL BERTOLAM1 Secretary JOHN COLLINS Treasurer HARRY C. WARD Corresponding Secretary JAMES HARRIS Sponsor WILLIAM G. BOAZ Sponsor The Murray State Veteran ' s Club was originally or- ganized in 1946 to help returning World War II veter- ans adjust to civilian and college life and to introduce them to men with similar interests. Following a period of inactivity, the club was reorganized in 1952 with the same aims and objectives. The club maintains a modern clubroom in the base- ment of Wells Hall and participates in all campus social and intramural activities. The " Vet ' s Club Red Towel Dance " has become a traditional climax to the Murrav versus Western rivalrv. ZOE PRYOR Sweetheart m ® Jt i. ■ ;i l f ««K«r«iS3 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS NANCY LEWIS President ANN DOBSON Vice-President VIRGINIA BELOW Corresponding Secretary LINDA ARRINGTON Recording Secretary MARINELL MYERS Treasurer ANN SHELBY Historian SANDRA SOWELL Reporter MARGARET JONES Publicity Director KAY POULTER Parliamentarian JANET FENTRESS Song Leader MISS FRANCES BROWN Adviser MISS MARY ALICE RAMER Adviser The Murray State Home Economics Club is a profes- sional organization affiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the Kentucky Home Eco- nomics Association. Among its purposes are to develop a professional atti- tude and interest in home economics, to be of com- munity service, to create a better understanding of the peoples of other nations, and to develop in each mem- ber a desire for better family living. A scholarship to study home economics at Murray State is given each year to a deserving high school senior. 163 ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION First Row: Molly Baker, Garth Petrie, Faye Vance Beyer. Sec- ond Row: Nancy Morgan, Rubie Smith. OFFICERS MOLLY BAKER President GARTH PETRIE Vice-President FAYE VANCE BEYER Secretary NANCY MORGAN Treasurer RUBIE SMITH Sponsor A.C.E. is a professional organization created to form a closer relationship among those interested in working with children as teachers, administrators, and social work- ers. Its members take an active part in campus activities and render many services to teacher and parent groups. The local organization is affiliated with the Associa- tion for Childhood Education International. 164 ALPHA GAMMA RHO First Row: James A. Pace, Jr., Ben William Hayes, Robert A. Ovesen, Tommye Cooper, John R. Brown, Clyde Maxwell. Sec- ond Row: James Edward Berry, Ovle Jones, Charles David Trainer, Bobby Clyde Lax, Arlie Scott. OFFICERS AND MEMBERS JAMES A. PACE, JR President BEN WILLIAM HAYES Vice-President ROBERT A. OVESEN Secretary TOMMYE COOPER Treasurer JOHN R. BROWN Chaplain CLYDE MAXWELL Reporter JAMES EDWARD BERRY Historian OVLE JONES .Sergeant-at-Arms CHARLES DAVID TRAINER Parliamentarian BOBBY CLYDE LAX Pledge Master ARLIE SCOTT Advisor The Alpha Gamma Rho Colony was activated on Murray State College campus November 25, 1959. Alpha Gamma Rho is a social fraternity deriving its membership from students in agriculture and related subjects. The purpose of Alpha Gamma Rho is to make better men, and through them a broader and better agriculture, by surrounding its members with influences tending to encourage individual endeavor, resourcefulness, and ag- gressive effort along lines making for the development of better mental, social, moral and physical qualities; to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organization that stands for the best social, men- tal, and moral development. SAUNDRA EVANS Sweetheart 165 AGRICULTURE CLUB » OFFICERS TOMMYE COOPER President ED PULLEN Vice-President BEN HAYES Secretary JAMES PACE Treasurer DAN SHANKLIN Reporter JIM BERRY Student Organization Representative MR. ARLIE SCOTT Advisor The Agriculture Club strives to provide recreational and educational activities for its members, to develop and maintain an interest in agriculture instruction, to de- velop rural leadership, to encourage and promote con- servation of wild life and to stimulate interest in agri- cultural research. 166 INDUSTRIAL ARTS OFFICERS RALPH PUCKETT President PAUL VVICE Vice-President ROBERT COMPTON Secretary CHARLES HOBBS Treasurer BOBBY McCORD Publicity Chairman CHARLES STORY President JAMES .MAC SMOTHEiiMAN Vice-President TOMMY PARSONS Secretary FRANK GIORDAN] Treasurer RICHARD CATES Publicity Ckairmr.i The Industrial Arts Club was organized for the pur- pose of providing additional opportunities for students to enhance their college experience through the medium of extracurricular activities within the department. The activities of the club, therefore, are intended to improve the professional, social, and technical background of the student and also to cultivate a closer relationship among students and between faculty and students. 167 BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS RICHARD GATES President ROSEMARY HUNT Vice-President BEULAH WOOTEN Secretary WAYNE HARVEY Treasurer PAT ROYSTER Reporter The Business Club is an organization comprising stu- dents obtaining an area, major, minor, or field in the De- partment of Business. The club ' s chief aim is to bring about closer relation- ship among its members through student participation in the numerous educational and recreational activities sponsored by the club throughout the year. 168 NURSING EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB OFFICERS TOMMY COOK President JOANNA SCHAFER Vice-President DIANE HAYNES Secretary BONNIE LYNCH Treasurer PEGGY COY Historian MISS RUTH COLE Advisor The N.E.M. ' s Club is an organization designed to fos- ter fellowship among student nurses and to promote in- terest in professional nursing. The club has one professional and one social meeting each month. The N.E.M. ' s activities during the year include trips to places of professional interest and participation in campus functions. 169 Y. W. C. A OFFICERS DONNA DANIEL President LASSIE LOCKMAN Vice-President HELEN BOONE Secretary HELEN KIMMONS Treasurer MRS. RUTH MOORE Sponsor The Young Women ' s Christian Association was born in a desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. Membership to the Y.W.C.A. is open to any girl attending Murray State College. A varied program helps the members learn to be more effective Christians. 170 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS SAUNORA SLUSMEYER President DIANE STREY Vice-President REGENA THOMAS Treasurer BETTY ANN ELLIS Secretary PEGGY SUE SHROAT Chairman of Working Hours PAULA CHRISTIANSEN Chairman of Activity Hours NITA GRAHAM Sponsor The Women ' s Athletic Association is an organization which creates and maintains physical recreation among women at Murray State College. The W.A.A. sponsors the women ' s intramural program, a playday for high schools of this area, a banquet, a weekend at Kentucky Lake and a co-sponsor for the annual Water Carnival. 171 S. A. A. C. S. OFFICERS GENE RAY President KEN WINSTON Vice-President PAT SABEL Secretary BEALE CANON Publicity Chairman DR. PETE PANZERA Sponsors DR. KARL HUSSUNG Sponsor MR. M. P. CHRISTOPHER Sponsor The Student Affiliates of the American Chemical So- ciety is a program of the American Chemical Society for undergraduate students enrolled in course work leading toward a degree in chemistry or chemical engineering. The purposes of the organization are to provide an opportunity for students of chemistry to become better acquainted; to provide an opportunity for members to hear guest speakers who are experts in various phases of science or related subjects; to provide an opportunity to develop leadership through the planning and execution of chapter activities; and to provide a chance to develop a professional spirit and a pride in the field of chemistry. 172 EPSILON PI TAU CHARLES E. RHOADES { ' resident First Row: Richard Grogan, James Hall, William Clark. Second Row: Dr. Hugh L. Oakley, Paul K. Lynn. The name, Epsilon Pi Tau, is derived from the initial letters of the Greek names for the three precepts on which the fraternity was founded. These are: skill or texnikh, social and professional proficiency, or pragma- teia, and research or exetasis. Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honorary professional fraternity operating in the complementary fields of in- dustrial arts education and vocational-industrial educa- tion. Its purposes are threefold: (1) to recognize the place of skill; (2) to promote social and professional proficien- cy; and (3) to foster and reward research and to pub- lish and use its results. OFFICERS RICHARD GROGAN Vice-President JAMES HALI Secretary WILLIAM CLARK Treasurer DR. HUGH L. OAKLEY Trustee PAUL K. LYNN Co-Trustee First Row: Gene Bailey, Gerald Boyd, Robert Compton, Joseph Cowin, George Lilly. Second Row: Charles Hobbs, Bobby Mc- Cord, Ralph Puckett, Paul Wice, Larry Hosford. 173 WOODS HALL COUNCIL OFFICERS CAROLYN TATE President ALMA ATWOOD Vice-President SANDY BAUGHMAN Secretary JO LLOYD BROWN Treasurer MARGARET JONES Social Chairman MISS LILLIAN TATE Sponsor 174 The Woods Hall Council is the governing body of the Girls ' Dormitory. It seeks to promote an observance of enforced regulations— thereby making this dorm a bet- ter place in which to live. The dorm life is filled with many activities such as lounge parties, teas, open house, and the annual Christmas Party, when " Ideal Freshman " is presented. ORDWAY HALL COUNCIL OFFICERS DIANA KEITH President HILDA MITCHELL Vice-President PAT DOWELL Secretary MAXENE MOORE Treasurer PATTY VAUGHN Social Chairman CHARLENE ADAMS Social Chairman The Council, the governing body, has as its purpose the enforcement of regulations, the provision of activi- ties for the girls, and to help make the dormitory a more pleasant place in which to live. The Council is advised and assisted by Mrs. Stanton, the housemother. 175 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Christ is the answer. An invitation is extended to everyone. Baptist Student Union, the link between Church and School. 176 WESLEY FOUNDATION m OFFICERS NORRIS GORRELL President MARTHA CLAYTON Vice-President ANN ROBERTS Secretary LOREN W. BURGER Treasurer MRS. BROOKS CROSS Director Wesley Foundation was organized by the Methodist Church with the purpose of exalting Christ on the Col- lege and University campuses. To this purpose our ac- tivities are designed. 177 ■ £.4 t, v, N SJL J COLLEGE CHURCH OF CHRIST Exalting God as Man ' s Creator. Believing the Bible to be God ' s Divine Revelation for Man ' s Salvation. 178 SOCK AND BUSKIN OFFICERS KE LLY McCORD President ANNETTE McKNIGHT Vice-President PEGGY GEORGE Secretary VIRGINIA BELOW Treasurer WANDA COWLING Historian FRANK CUNNINGHAM Sergeant-at-Arms Sock and Buskin drama club, founded in 1925, is the oldest club on the Murray State campus. The club ' s purpose is to develop an interest in drama. The club in- dependently produces annually three major productions and a children ' s theatre production. Each year Sock and Buskin brings to the campus an outside professional pro- duction. At the annual spring banquet, Sock and Buskin awards the outstanding actor and actress for the current year with the symbolic lamp of knowledge. Also two out- standing senior drama students are recognized for their dedicated work throughout their college careers. 179 DAMES CLUB OFFICERS NANCY PULLEN President YVONNE WHITES] DES Vice-President DOROTHY BROWN Corresponding Secretary WILLIE SUE KUKA HIKO Recording Secretary JUNE GARRETT Treasurer DIANA MONROE Program Chairman MRS. CLARICE SPARKMAN Sponsor 180 The Murray State Dames Club was organized in March, 1958, and became affiliated with the National Association of University Dames in September, 1958. The purpose of the group is to provide social, recrea- tional, and cultural opportunities for its members and establish among them a spirit of good fellowship. Any married woman who attends college or whose husband attends college is eligible to become a member. First Row: Ken Winston, Wayne Cole, Diane Elkins. Second Row: Janet Allen, Jerry Shields, Dr. A. M. Wolf son. BETA BETA BETA OFFICERS KEN WINSTON President WAYNE COLE Vice-President DIANE ELKINS Secretary JANET ALLEN Treasurer JERRY SHIELDS Historian DR. A. M. WOLFSON Sponsor First Row: Helen Boone, John Brown, Paul Camp, Donald Cole, Donna Crider, Ray Dunn, Wayne Harrell, Sandra Hayden. Sec- ond Row: Ben Hayes, Dick Hutson, Tom Logan, Lane McCros- key, Jerry Mills, Wells Owen, Jacqueline Rini, Nancy Sawyer. Third Row: Dick Stout, Walter Taylor, Ramona Tooke, Loretta Tucker, Thomas Utley, James Wilke. The Beta Pi Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, a national hon- orary society for students of biological sciences, was established at Murray State College in 1947. Its member- ship is reserved for those who achieve superior academic records and who indicate special aptitude for biology. The society has a three-fold purpose: to stimulate sound scholarship; to promote the dissemination of scientific truth; and to further research. 181 JOHNNY REAGAN House Director MRS. MARY W. BROWN House Mother THE COUNCILORS OF WELLS HALL The Wells Hall Council is the governing body of Wells Hall. It makes the rules and deter- mines the policies of the men ' s dorm. The Council works with and under the supervision of the House Director, Johnny Reagan. Each member represents a section of the dorm. Wells Hall represents a dignified student residence for gentlemen. First Row: Doug Harris, Joe Lillard, Bill Smith. Second Row: Ken Pember, Norman Woods, Whit Wootten. 182 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS JERRY CRIDER President BILL WELLS Vice-President RICHARD LEWIS Treasurer BETTY ANN ELLIS Secretary The International Relations Club, the oldest club on the campus has as its purpose the promotion of better understanding of international affairs. This is done by bi-monthly discussions of current international and na- tional problems. The activities began with the annual picnic and the year has featured many outstanding speakers including Congressman Frank Stubblefield. 183 STUDENT UNION BOARD The Student Union Board was formed late in the fall of 1959. Representatives from the four classes, dormi- tories, town and married students were selected to con- stitute the committee. The purpose of this Board is to coordinate activities in the Student Union Building to fit the needs and de- sires of all students. Coffees for home and visiting coaches, card parties, movies, informal dances, and tournaments are some ac- tivities sponsored by the Board. OFFICERS BILL WELLS President DALE MITCHELL Vice-President ALM A ATWOOD Corresponding Secretary DIANE ELKINS Recording Secretary DOUG HARRIS Treasurer DR. DONALD HUNTER Co-Sponsor MR. JACK WINTER Co-Sponsor BUDDY HEWITT Advisor 184 OFFICERS MARSHALL GAGE President DICK STOUT Vice-President LA VERN BILLINGER ....Secretary PHIL BACK Co-treasurer JOE HEIR Co-treasurer BILL FURGERSON Sponsor The purposes of the " M " Club are to promote a bet- ter and closer relationship among its members and to de- velop an appreciation and better understanding among the participants of the different sports. To become a member of the " M " Club, one must let- ter in one of the five major sports: Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis, or Baseball. THE M CLUB STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL The Student Religious Council is an organization of representatives from the various religious and social groups on campus. The chief purpose of the Council is to sponsor Re- ligious Emphasis Week and other campus religious activ- ities of an interdenominational nature. It is supported by contributions from the various groups represented. OFFICERS JERRY SHIELDS President ALEC BOND Vice-President MARTHA CLAYTON Secretary NORRIS GORRELL Treasurer BETTY RAMBO Publicity Director DR. FRANK STEELY Advisor OFFICERS BILL McCONNELI President PAULA CHRISTIANSEN Vice-President SANDRA WINELAND Secretary PHILIP HARRIS Treasurer WILLIAM GARTMAN Sponsor GERMAN CLUB The German Club attempts to help the student attain a better understanding of the life, customs, and language of the German people. The typical program includes not only movies and lectures on Germany but also German songs and con- versation. The purpose of the Romance Language Club is to pro- mote an interest in the Spanish and French languages by adding a social and cultural side to the study of these languages. The meetings feature movies, native speakers, and people who have traveled abroad in countries where these languages are spoken. It is traditional for the club to hold an annual Christ- mas party. ROMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB OFFICERS ROBERT BERARD President MAXENE MOORE Vice-President ANN STEPHENS Secretary-Treasurer L. W. WINGET Sponsor OFFICERS GERALD HENRY President LARRY BLUBAUM ...Vice-President SANDY WINELAND Secretary LILA BETH EMPSON Treasurer JUDY GIVEN Fuze Editor To further the interest in journalism on the campus . . . To provide an organization through which members of the journalism division may have closer association with each other . . . Publisher of the Fuze. This is the Collegiate Press Club. COLLEGIATE PRESS CLUB ALPHA BETA ALPHA Alpha Beta Alpha is a national undergraduate library science fraternity. Epsilon Chapter was founded at Murray State College in 1953. OFFICERS JOYCE TEAGUE President MARY TAYLOR Vice-President JOYCE ROACH Recording Secretary PATSY ROYSTER .Corresponding Secretary ROSEMARY HUNT Treasurer GERALDINE JARRELL Reporter EDNA DARNELL Pledgemistress MISS REZINA E. SENTER Sponsor OFFICERS NANCY LANIER ALSTON Chairman LORETTA TUCKER Co-Vice Chairman ALMA ATWOOD Co-Vice Chairman JANE FREEMAN Secretary-Treasurer JEAN SANFORD Senior Representative WANDA WALKER Senior Representative NANCY MORGAN Junior Representative FRANCES PINSON Junior Representative The Panhellenic Association is the governing body of social so- rorities on the campus. Its aims are to foster friendly relations and a spirit of co-operation between these groups and to inform non- sorority members of the ideals and activities of social sororities. PAN -HELLENIC COUNCIL First Row: Bill Wells, Bob Jennings, Richard Lewis. Second Row: Phil Mor- gan, Danny Roberts, Don Allison. Third Row: Hugh Ash- by, Don Cullen, Gerald Henry. Fourth Row: J. D. Pigue Elias Williamson, Rich- ard Young. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS BILL WELLS President BOB JENNINGS Vice-President RICHARD LEWIS Secretary PHIL MORGAN Treasurer DANNY ROBERTS Sergeant-at-Arms The Inter-Fraternity Council is the supervis- ory and governing body of all men ' s social fra- ternities at Murray State College. The primary purpose of the Council is the establishment and administration of rules gov- erning rushing, pledging, pledgeship, initiation, and general deportment of social fraternities. OFFICERS ELEANOR HALL Moderator BILLY JOE CRIDER . . Vice Moderator BARBARA FRANZMAN ....Secretary THE REV. WILLIAM SPEARMAN Advisor Our purpose as we unite in Westminster Fellowship is to become such complete disciples of Christ that we will discover God ' s will for our lives and do it. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP To lay the claim of our Lord on the individual student. To develop leadership in the Disciples of Christ Church. To make the most effective witness possible with our Christian brethren in the ecumenical movement. To offer fellowship internationally through conferences, projects, missions, and other activities. OFFICERS MARGARET PIERCE President HERB RAMP Vice-President JILL FEAGAN Secretary MILDRED LUCKEY Treasurer G. M. PEERY Campus Minister OFFICERS H. JAMES RAINS, JR President L1LA BETH EMPSON Program. Chairman THE REV. WILLIAM T. THOMAS Advisor CANTERBURY CLUB The Murray State Canterbury Club is sponsored by the Protestant Episcopal Church. It seeks to assist the college community in meeting today ' s challenge and an- swering today ' s questions in a sensible, understandable way. Lambda Iota Tau is an honorary literary society for students in Language and Literature. Scholastic achieve- ment and an original creative or critical paper is required for membership. LAMBDA IOTA TAU OFFICERS SANDRA WIN ELAND President LILA BETH EMPSON Secretary BOB JENNINGS Treasurer DR. EDWIN LARSON Moderator OFFICERS GERALD SLEDD President MIKE HERNON Vice-President JOE TARRY Secretary -Treasurer BLAINE BALLARD . .Faculty Advisor Vivace, one of the oldest clubs on Murray ' s Campus, was organized in 1933 for the purpose of bringing to- gether those whose common interest is music. Vivace recognizes worth by placing the names of the Music Department ' s Outstanding Boy and Girl on a plaque in the Recital Hall of the Fine Arts Building. PHYSICS CLUB VIVACE CLUB Fhe aims of the Physics Club are: (1) to encourage high academic standards in physics by recognition of worthy students, and (2) to develop breadth of view by sponsoring inter-dcpartmental programs in the club. The club is named for Nathan B. Stubblefield. OFFICERS SAM BLANKENSHIP President GERALD ALTON Vice-President BUFORD ANDERSON .Secretary-Treasurer JERRY FAUGHN Program Chairman BEALE CANON Reporter GENE RAY Sergeant-at-Arms DR. W. G. READ Sponsor T v V- lHim mifiifflflfH -Hiiiii am A 1 Imw H «i kI 1 imiJb Lftiift; HI :i=: :::: rrrf r»f«I fffft ' rrrm trrr ■wTH ' ,rnT n V s " i t 1 NEW DIMENSIONS IN SPORTS I u p I n i l H— MIJ , 1 1 , ' ' . ' , ' , ' ■ ess ESS fg — ■fS 3 THE 1959 FOOTBALL SEASON Although Coach Jim Cullivan and his staff were looking to a successful 1959 football season, the Racers finished the season with a dismal 0-10 slate. This was due partially to lack of depth at almost every position. Throughout the sea- son Murray was plagued by numerous injuries. Jack Morris, Buddy Parker, and Bill Jaslowski were among the many who were hampered by ailments. The Thoroughbreds lost 10 games, but at least half of them could have very easily gone the other way. In most instances the Racer starting unit was equal to that of the opponent, but Coach Cullivan could not look to his bench for adequate replacements when they were needed. There was some consolation, however, as prospects for next year ' s team gained much needed experience. MURRAY O; EAST TENNESSEE 7 Murray ' s first effort of the season resulted in a 7-0 loss at the hands of East Tennessee. HEAD COACH JIM CULLIVAN ASSISTANT COACH ED DUGGINS The Buccaneers pushed across a first period touchdown and held Murray in check for the rest of the way. Although the Racers were held scoreless, they threatened late in the second quarter when they drove downfield 66 yards from their own 20 to the ET 14. However, Murray ASSISTANT COACH BILL FURGERSON ASSISTANT COACH KEN MILLER BILL TAYLOR CORKY CARMAN Co-Captains lost the ball on downs at this point when Buddy Parker ' s pass to Jack Morris missed a first down by inches. After ET scored their touchdown, a Thoroughbred line composed of many freshmen repeatedly stopped East Ten- nessee ' s offense, and this speaks well of them because the Buccaneers were rated third in the pre-season OVC polls. JACK MORRIS All OVC-2nd Team MURRAY 6; FLORENCE STATE 13 Murray lost another tough game the second week of the season as they fell before the Florence State Lions, 13 to 6. All night Murray was plagued by fumbles which stopped four Racer drives. The Lions struck paydirt first in the second quarter but Murray came storming back to even the score in the same period. The Breds scored when Buddy Searcy snatched a Buddy Parker pass and scampered 86 yards for the score. There was no more scoring in the game until the fourth Searcy catching Harper pass quarter when Florence State tallied the final touchdown of the game. MURRAY 0; EASTERN 7 The third game of the young football season found Mur- ray facing a highly favored Eastern ball club. Although never letting up throughout the game, the Thoroughbreds were defeated by a score of 7 to 0. The Breds fought Eastern aggressively throughout the first half and had penetrated to the Maroon 5 yard line when the scoreless half ended. They had driven to the 5 on the passing of Bob Hines to Dick Stout and Buddy Searcy. The third quarter ended scorelessly and it appeared as if the game might end in the same manner until Eastern tallied their only touchdown midway in the fourth period. This proved to be the winning margin. MURRAY 0; LOUISVILLE 28 The fourth game of the gridiron campaign found Murray losing a hard fought homecoming game to a mighty Louis- ville team 28-0. Murray defense in action i f 4 % w • a X v J » 1 }J «% t ».- : 1 H i JH 1 JW i I 1 ▼ 1960 SEASON WAS RUGGED Although Murray failed to score during the game, the Racers put on the pressure by holding the Cardinals score- less in the first half. Louisville drives were stopped on the 21, 37, and 39 yard lines by an inspired Murray defense. The Racers put on a tremendous defensive show by pushing the Cardinals back on three consecutive plays on the Murray 1 yard line. The first half ended in a scoreless tie. DICK STOUT and JOHN DANIELS WADE HARPER BUDDY SEARCY Searcy cuts in and gets aid from Perry THOMAS WILES and BOB BURTON 196 Coach Miller illustrates a point BILL JASLOWSKI HOWARD SUITER BUDDY PARKER BOB TOOX Eight plays after the beginning of the second half, Louis- ville plunged across for their first touchdown. After their first score, the Cardinals became too strong for the Racers as their reserve units took over. The Breds gave up 3 touchdowns in the last quarter, and as the game ended, Wade Harper passed to freshman Bill Myers on the 1 yard line. MURRAY 8; MOREHEAD 9 In another OVC game Murray was edged out by a hustling Morehead team, 9-8. GORDON PERRY Murray line closes in on Florence State There had been no scoring until the final period when Morehead broke loose for a field goal and a touchdown. The Racers played another good defensive game but they could not get the offensive machine going. Although Morehead outscored Murray, the Breds outgained the Eagles on the ground. A break for Morehead set up their field goal as a Racer pass was intercepted and returned deep into Murray terri- tory. Murray ' s lone six-pointer was scored by Dick Stout on a pass from quarterback Wade Harper. For the two point conversion, Jack Morris was the target for another Wade Harper pass. MURRAY 16; TENNESSEE TECH 29 The fifth game of Murray ' s football campaign proved to be a thriller as the Racers lost to Tennessee Tech, 29 to 16. This was the same powerful Tech club that tied for the OVC championship. Perhaps playing their best game of the season, Murray came within one touchdown of Tech going into the last quarter. Murray ' s first touchdown came about on a 57 yard gallop by Jack Morris, Bob Toon skirted left end for the two point conversion. The next Racer six-pointer was scored when Buddy Parker hit Jack Morris with a 44 yard scoring pass. This same combination accounted for the two point conversion. Tech broke the game open in the last quarter as the Ten- nesseans passed for a touchdown wrapping up the game. MURRAY 18; ARKANSAS STATE 36 Murray lost to Arkansas State 36 to 18 in the seventh week of the season. Arkansas State jumped ahead of Murray as the Indians scored 3 touchdowns in the first half. The Thoroughbreds made a gallant effort, however, as they rallied for 3 six- pointers in the last quarter. tRY SUMMERVILLE GILBERT HAMILTON MARION COFFEY GARY FOLTZ ir • CARL MEYERS BOB HINES BUD CRAFTON BOB WARE LLOYD BLOCK RICHARD YARBRO The Racer ' s first touchdown came as a result of Buddy Parker ' s 5 yard pass to Corky Carman and minutes later Gordon Perry intercepted an Indian pass and returned it to the 1 where Jack .Morris plunged for the score. Late in the fourth period Murray tallied again as Wade Harper sneaked over, capping a 54 yard drive. MURRAY 0; MIDDLE TENNESSEE 55 The Middle Tennessee Raiders, boasting an all-conference backfield and rated fifth among small colleges, stung Murray 55-0 at Cutchin Stadium. The Tennesseans grabbed a 27-0 lead at half time and Raider subs continued to pour it on in the second half. The Racers threatened once as they drove to the Raider 21 yard line on a 38 yard gallop by Corky Carman, however, four plays later Middle Tennessee took over on their own 25. This 55-0 defeat at the hands of Middle Tennessee ' s un- beaten Raiders was the worst football defeat in Murray ' s history. MURRAY 8; EVANSVILLE 32 Although Aiurray held powerful Evansville to a 9-8 half- time lead, the Aces outfought the Racers and downed them 32-8. Evansville ' s fullback, behind a hard charging line, re- peatedly crashed through the Murray defense for sizeable gains. Murray was briefly ahead of Evansville as Jack Morris scored from the 2, climaxing a long Thoroughbred drive, but the Aces of Evansville were out in front to stay after they kicked a 33 yard field goal with 10 seconds left in the first half. MURRAY 6; WESTERN 21 Murray, playing its last game of the 1959 football season, held Western to a 6-6 tie at halftime, but lost the game 21-6. The Bowling Green arch-rival downed Murray by scoring a touchdown in each of the last two quarters. Western tal- lied its first six-pointer in the first period and Murray racked up its lone touchdown in the second quarter on a Wade Harper pass to freshman end Gary Folz. Folz made a nice catch of the ball as a Western defender had deflected it. This play occurred in the waning seconds of the first half and was to be the last Racer touchdown of the year. In the second half Western ' s Hilltoppers unleashed an offensive attack which Murray could not cope with. The Toppers scored in the third period as they staged a 49 yard touchdown march with Booker scoring from the 3 yard line. Western ' s last touchdown was set up by an inter- ception of one of quarterback Wade Harper ' s passes. Murray ' s offensive strength was seriously hampered by an injury to star fullback Jack Morris. Western ' s victory over Murray enabled the Red to take a series edge over the Racers and this game concluded the worst season in Murray football history. Previously the most games lost in one season was 7. Prospects for a successful 1960 football season are very good, however, because of the many promising freshmen and sophomores. Murray ' s 1959 mark of 0-10 will surely be improved next year. The Racers, however, will certainly miss the play of Bill Taylor, Dick Stout, Wade Harper, Corky Carman, Jack Morris, and John Daniels when the Thoroughbreds take the field next year. These graduating seniors comprised the nucleus of the 1959 club. HENRY ARNOLD CHRIS McCHESNEY DON JONES THOMAS SMITH DALE RAY 1959-60 BASKETBALL RECORD Coach Cal Luther at a mild moment of the season. Murray 96 Murray 86 Murray 63 Murray 82 Murray 67 Murray 61 Murray . ' 80 Murray 57 Murray 62 Murray 80 Murray 63 .Murray 69 Murray 87 Murray 86 Murray 72 Murray 54 .Murray 113 •Murray 87 Murray 76 Murray 73 Murray 57 Murray 67 Murray 73 Union University 69 Northwest Louisiana .... 88 Southeastern Missouri ... 61 North Texas State ...... 69 Texas Wesleyan 61 Stetson 80 U. of Miami 92 Memphis State 70 Baylor 71 Middle Tennessee 70 Tennessee Tech 86 Eastern 84 Western 72 East Tennessee 69 Louisville 78 Louisiana Tech 47 East Tennessee 68 Morehead 96 Middle Tennessee 63 Eastern 64 Western 65 Louisville 74 Tennessee Tech 67 " denotes overtime BASKETBALL The Varsity Squad w f Harold Wilkins lays one up against Eastern. As the 1959-60 basketball season arr ived, coach Cal Luther was rather enthusiastic about the coming season as three regulars from last season were returning. Lack of depth again faced Luther, however, he was expecting an improved season as his lineup would be bolstered by some talented transfers. Luther ' s expectation was realized as the Racers wound up with an improved 12-11 record. The Breds were not out of the OVC race until there was but one week left in the season and they compiled a good 7-4 OVC slate against a strong and well balanced field of conference opponents, but their 5-7 record against non- conference foes wasn ' t as glittering. The Racers started the season in fine fashion as they trounced Union University 96-69 with the starting line- up of O ' Riordan, Herndon, Wilkins, Graham, and Bale. Herndon with 19 was high point man for the Racers who hit a hot 48 per cent. In Murray ' s second outing of the year, Nor thwest Louisiana pinned the first loss of the year on the Racers, 88-86, with a come-from-behind finish. In this contest, Murray did not show the fine defense that they had displayed against Union. Mike O ' Riordan led Bred scorers with 20 points and Jarrcll Graham added 19. Another non-conference opponent, Southeast Mis- souri, invaded Murray only to be downed by the Breds 63-61 in a game that wasn ' t as close as it sounded. Murray led throughout the game but in the closing minutes with Murray leading 61-53, the visitors applied a full court press which gave them three straight baskets. Herndon was high with 20 and Bale contributed 1 5 tallies. A pair of Texas teams faced Murray the following week. North Texas State fell before the Racers 82-69 as Larry Bale and Mike O ' Riordan shared scoring honors with 18 points apiece. Murray ' s 4th win of the season Red Herndon gets two points against M.T.C. Jarrcll Graham moves against Louisiana. came at the expense of Texas Wesleyan 67-61, although the Racers committed many floor errors and were guilty of numerous violations. Murray trailed at halftime 33-34, but behind Gene Herndon ' s 23 points the Breds came out victorious. A Florida trip proved disastrous as the Racers dropped two games on the trip. Stetson defeated them 80-67 and a nationally ranked Miami, Fla., crew managed a 92-80 victory. In the latter game, Murray led with 3 minutes remaining, however they couldn ' t hold the lead. In the first Murray State Invitational Tournament, the Mike O ' Riordan maneuvers under the basket against Eastern. Gene Herndon gets two against Southeast Missouri. JERRELL GRAHAM HAROLD WILKINS Co-Captains host team lost both of their tourney contests, as Memphis State walked off with top honors. The Racers bowed 70-57 to rallying Memphis State in first round play, and they fell before Baylor in the consolation game 71-62. Murray hit 51 per cent from the field in the Baylor game, as all-tournament member Larry Bale racked up 15 for the losers. Murray began their OVC wars with Middle Tennessee whom they defeated 80-70. The Racers managed to hold the lead throughout most of the first half and at the midpoint, Murray led 39-32. In the second half, MT pressed and after Murray had racked up a 17 point lead, the Raiders cut the lead to a scant 3 points, however, Murray pulled away and as the game ended, the reserves had taken over. Murray hit 51 per cent and O ' Riordan was high with 18. The next OVC outing for the Breds wasn ' t as success- ful, as they were smacked by powerful Tennessee Tech 86-63 at Cooke ville. Gene Herndon ' s 18 points helped, but Tech hit a hot 41 per cent of their shots, whereas, Murray could hit but 35 per cent. At Richmond, Murray went down to their second straight OVC defeat, this time at the hands of Eastern ' s Maroons. Eastern, leading at half-time 32-22, continued their first half success into the second period as they downed the Racers 84-69. Murray ' s next foe was formidable Western, a peren- nial powerhouse in the OVC. The Breds, playing inspired ball, quickly zoomed into a 14-6 lead with 5 minutes gone in the half and at intermission Murray held a 44-39 advantage. When Western couldn ' t catch up in the second half, they started pressing, but this was to no avail. Murray began to pour it on and when the game ended they had upset Western 87-72, scorching the nets at a torrid 50 per cent. Mike O ' Riordan was high with 24, set shooting Ron Green added 18, and co-captains GENE HERNDON MIKE O ' RIORDAN Larry Bale slips by a Middle Tennessee player for two points. 203 RON GREENE LARRY BALE Graham and Wikins poured in 14 and 12 points respec- tively. Murray defeated East Tennessee 86-69 at Johnson City as O ' Riordan tallied 28 big points. Herndon got 18, Graham added 16 to the Racer cause. A tall and talented Louisville club was hard pressed but they finally thumped the Breds 78-72 at Louisville. Numerous Murray shots were blocked and the Racer rebound total wasn ' t a staggering sum. Herndon was high with 19 and Graham chipped in 18. Murray ' s next opponent was Louisiana Tech. The Racers played one of their worst games of the season but finally defeated Tech 54-47. Gene Herndon was again high with 15. Graham added 13 and O ' Riordan contribu ted 10. Mike O ' Riordan grabs a rebound. John West goes up for a Memphis rebound. Murray set a new school scoring record as they romped over East Tennessee 113-68. This victory moved the Racers into undisputed possession of third place in the OVC. O ' Riordan led Murray scorers with 20 followed by Herndon with 19, Greene with 17, and John West with 11. In the most thrilling game of the season, Murray lost to Morehead 96-87 in an overtime. At the end of regula- tion play the score was knotted at 83-83, but the Racers could manage but 4 points in the 5 minute overtime period. Gene Herndon poured in 21, followed by Greene with 20 and O ' Riordan with 17. KEN PETERSON FRANK SMIKOSKI JOHN WEST LARRY HENSON JOE WILLMORE The Racers then journeyed to Middle Tennessee where they grabbed a 15 point halftime lead. The Breds never relinquished this lead and they went on to win the con- test 76-63. Playing one of their best games of the year, Murray revenged an earlier loss to Eastern, upending the Ma- roons 73-54. This loss scutteled Eastern ' s chances for an- other OVC championship. The Murray attack was led by Jarrell Graham who chipped in 20 points, followed by Herndon and Greene with 16. With but a slight chance for a share of the OVC crown, Murray traveled to Western in a do-or-die game. At one time in the first half, Murray led by 12 points as Harold Wilkins scores against East Tennessee. " Red " Herndon hit for 9 straight points. The Racer lead, however, was short lived as Western rallied in the second half to win the game 65-57, despite the efforts of Herndon and Greene who tallied 17 and 15 respectively. In a return engagement, Louisville battled host Murray and again trimmed the Racers, this time by a score of 74-67. The same problem of height confronted Murray, and the Cardinals took advantage of this superiority. The Breds rallied in the latter stages of the game but they could not engineer a sustained attack. In Murray ' s last game of the year, the Racers faced a tough Tennessee Tech crew at Murray. The Racer back line was put to the test as Tech employed a bothersome if not effective full court press. Both clubs battled on even terms throughout the first half with Murray main- taining a slight lead. In the closing minutes of the game with Tech struggling to get back in the game, Murray used slowdown tactics and they cashed in on many fouls. Murray won the game 73-67, pulling their third major upset of the year. Coach Luther and the Murray student body should be proud of their 1959-60 basketball team as they never stopped battling and they wound up with a respectable 12-11 mark. The Racers also captured third place in the OVC. The outlook for next year is very bright indeed with all of the regulars returning, however, Murray loses two seniors, Larry Henson and Joe Willmore. A pressbox view of the Murray-Western game. -. m - 0k . iKsm m+ • W. 1 41 k 4 n « mm. p mW " " ' ' r 01 1 VT ? Murray Freshmen in action. Coach Rex Alexander watches his Freshmen. Close board action by the Murray Frosh. MURRAY STATE FRESHMEN TALLY MEDIOCRE SEASON Coach Rex Alexander ' s freshman basketball squad seemed to gain much experience as they chalked up some impressive wins and lost some close ones during the 1959- 60 season. This year ' s frosh team was well balanced with heighth, good shooting and speed. These qualities proved to come in very handy during some tight con- tests. The freshman Racers won decisions over Bethel, P.J.C., Union, S.I.U., and Fancy Farm of the Atomic Valley League. One of the most exciting games of the season was in evidence as the undefeated Western freshman team nudged out the Breds by one point. Possible hopefuls for next year ' s varsity team may prove to be Dick Master, Jim Jones, and Ron Wiegand. 206 Coach Alexander gives some timely strategy. Fred Curtis drops one in for the Freshmen. The Freshman Squad ♦ iY ■.-■ ■- ■ 4 M Murray State Tennis Team 1959 NETTERS CAPTURE OVC CROWN COACH REX ALEXANDER Although the 1959 over-all tennis record was not as outstanding as in previous years, the Racers swept the OVC tennis tournament at Western as they won seven straight matches. The squad piled up 35 points and their nearest competitor, Tennessee Tech, could manage but 18 points. Singles winners in the meet wei-e Robert King, Charles Champion, Joe Orr, and Don Feezor. Doubles winners for the Breds were the teams of Johnny King and Joe Orr, and the team of Brooks Dunoy and Robert King. A Florida trip did not prove too successful as the Racers lost three matches in the southern state. However, Murray did much better at home in posting a 3-1 slate on the familiar court. SEASON ' S RECORD Murray 5 Murray Murray 2 Murray 1 Murray 3 Murray 7 ■Murray 6 Murray 4 Murrav 7 ■ Stetson . . 1 Rollins . . . 7 Florida State . , 7 U. of Florida 6 Pensacola Navy 1 Southeast Missouri . . . n Southeast Missouri . . i Mississippi State 5 Western Kentucky . ■ v... Joe Orr serves up a hot one. DON FEEZOR CHARLES CHAMPION Johnny King in action. 1959 HARRIERS SWEEP OVC Pole vaulter Joe Voyles displays excellent form. The spring of 1959 found Coach Bill Furgerson ' s hope- ful and aggressive track team preparing to defend their 1958 OVC championship. And defend they did with their second straight conference title in two years. The Murray State harriers finished their proud and successful season with an impressive 7-1 mark, plus the conference championship, exactly equalling their ' 58 record. The track team broke eight school records and two conference records. Track star Marshall Gage leads the pack. Dave Shore hurls the discus. The two conference records toppled by the Racers were the javelin throw, 177 9 " , by Bob Giombetti, and the individual scoring in an all-conference meet, 15 points by Marshall Gage. Other school records set were: Dave Scheller, 2-mile, 10:39.7; Bill Lassiter, high jump, 6 ' 3 3 4 " ; Stan Doden, 100 yard dash, 9.8; Russell Dawson, mile, 4:30.8; George Hollowell, broad jump, 2V9Yz n ; Joe Voyles, pole vault, Murray State Track Team TRACK SCHEDULE Murray 94%; Middle Tennessee 36 ' 3 Murray 83 Vi; Tennessee Tech 47 !4 Murray 93 ' 3; Union University 37% Murray 58 ' 3; Fort Campbell 88! 3 Austin Peay 15 ' 3 Murray 87; Western 35 Murray 67; Memphis State 64 Murray 85Vi; Arkansas State 45 Vi Murray 68; Tennessee Tech 47 Morehead 29 ' 2 East Tennessee 28 Gage prepares to break the tape for first place honors. 13 3 " ; Dennis Barden, 440, 50.8; Marshall Gage, individ- ual scoring, 1 5 points. The Racers scored wins over Middle Tennesee, Ten- nessee Tech, Union University, Western, Memphis State, Austin Peay, Arkansas State, and the conference meet which was held at Murray. The lone defeat came at the hands of a tough Fort Campbell team in a triangular meet which also included Austin Peay. Bob Giombetti clears the bar. The Squad RACERS TIE FOR OVC CHAMPIONSHIP Coach John Reagan ' s charges again enjoyed a suc- cessful season as the Racers tied for the OVC crown; they shared top honors with Eastern and Middle Ten- nessee, as the Breds compiled an impressive 14-5 over- all record. Dale Alexander again led the team in hitting with a .358 mark before he signed a professional contract. Rich Coleman and Lynn Bridwell had the best pitch- ing records with four wins and no losses. The latter had the best earned run average with 2.72 per game. Murray baseballers elected Tommy Rushing as team captain and Dale Alexander was elected most valuable player of the year. The outlook for 1960 is very encouraging as 14 letter- TOMMY RUSHING Captain DALE ALEXANDER Most Valuable Player LYNN BRIDWELL Most Valuable Player RAY MELEAR DICK STOUT y 17 M HERMAN REED HERB SCHUPP JOE HEIR GORDON FRITZ I P. K. KERSHNER BERN1E LAUFMA men are returning: Tommy Rushing, Herman Reid, Ray McLear, Lynn Bridwell, La Verne Billinger, Dick Stout, Joe Heir, Bernie Laufman, Herb Schupp, Gordon Fritz, P. K. Kershner, Jerry Featherstone, Dan Pugh, and Frank Yates. Ray Mclcar slides in safely at home. SEASON Murray 9; Murray 9; Murray 8; Murray 7; Murray 7; Murray 10; Murray 10; Murray 6; Murray 2; Murray 4; Murray 5; Murray 11; Murray 6; Murray 9; Murray 4; Murray 19; Murray 3; Murray 6; Murray 5; S RECORD Taylor University Taylor University 7 Taylor University 1 Evansville 9 Middle Tennessee 5 Southeast Missouri 5 Middle Tennessee 4 Morehead State 4 Eastern Kentucky 3 Western Kentucky 7 Western Kentucky 3 Tennessee Tech 3 Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Evansville 11 Southwestern 3 Arkansas State 2 Arkansas State 7 East Tennessee 4 FRANK YATES GERALD FEATHERSTONE DAN PUGH Alpha Tau Omega vs. Vets Club The 1959-60 intramural program at Murray State was one of activity and excitement. Sports offered to all non- varsity students included football, handball, basketball, swimming, badminton, softball, and track. The fall semester of 1959 found the always power- ful Yets Club winning the football championship. Hard blocking and fast running assured the Vets of a good season as they blasted all competition. The badminton tournament found Stan Doden com- ing through with the coveted title. Although there were many contestants, Stan managed to handle them all. The handball program was composed of the Canadian and Mexican leagues. Although the Mexican results were not known at copy time, Bob Barton came out on top in the Canadian loop. Basketball season found Swann Dorm, Alumni and In- dependents I winning their respective league titles. The tournament results were not available at copy time. Director for the intramural program this year was Bill Wells. The R.O.T.C. Rifle Team A very important shot is at hand. Ron Weigand prepares to follow through. STUDENTS ACTIVE IN INTRAMURALS The punching bag takes a real beating. Don Dingworth presses for luck. _MHH B i K- H W 1 H -— — — - — jjpr B, 1 ■ u In badminton you have to watch the birdie. Volleyball seems to have these girls captivated. INTRAMURAL SPORTS A basketball can suddenly become a mighty important item. Intramural football is rough. Two golfing students learn the fundamentals. Intramural handball action. FOR 1960 A critical shot in the championship game. Easy does it.

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